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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

Mr C. L.Tomlinson, Secretary, Mechanic. Institute. Northampton, V.A.. says : ' I would not be without a bottle of your GRAND Cough Remedy atany time. I use the word - Grand" fearlessly and with confidence that if any one will take Cham berlain's Cough Remedy according to directions the result will greatly surprisethe most sceptical. I myself found it wonder ful in its speedy action and curative pro perties. and never lose an opportunity of recommending it to anyone who is troubled with a cough or cold." For sale by all storekeepers. From Needle to aVT Treadle Even to the mo t minute detail' the Wertheim -ewin, Machine is perfe-t in its morlhanism and con structien No fr:ction, no vibration. practically noiF?telis Comparei part for part, it is the simplest machine ever mqde. No complex details to master. Light running, of great dnurat.lity, and beautifully finiehed. It i- fl-wless fiom needle to treadle, which Ie.kes the t. must vaiust r ent-L in every home. 'Ihe cc f sme machine is ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. -9-- SEVERAL items of news will be found on our fourth page. Mi A. Harlesl, of Mornington, has left on a holiday to New Caledonia. FROM the "Mosman Mail'" (N.S.W.) we note that Mr E. Stokes, lately of Frankston, has commenced business in Mosman, where he is doing first-class work in re-making old jewellery to new and elegant designs. ATTENTION is draWvn in our advertising columns to the. fact that- a :Commercial Class has been formed at the Bisters of Mercy Convent, Mornington, the sub jects taught being typewriting, shorthand and book-keeping, under the direction of a diplomaed teacher. AN up-to-date entertaihment will be given by Will Thompson's Comedy Co. on Friday, 9th July in aid of the Morn ingtoa football club, assisted by some Melbourne artists, including the favorite, Miss May Harrap. A ball will also be held after the entertainment. OWNERS of dogs and cats at Morning ton beware ! Mr Whitehead has received instructions from the council to trap rab bits on...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families 1V.'ited . n for Orders.......... Prime M..at Osivy Kept................. Small Goonis of Every Description Fresh Daily. Bides and Skins Booght............... T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: iChaf and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. IRVINE'S HOT COL , ., , _ ? SEA WATER BATHS. . * ti1Til 1i I mTII I - ? . 'Hot) I? V INE'S RI OYAL BATIIS. (cola) MORNINGTON OPE3:T DAILY from Snnrise to Sunset. HOT PEA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS GENTLZKE .. -. ... ..... From 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m Lbmus ... --- .... ...... ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. GENTLIE~XE ... -.. .. .... ,, 2 p.m. to 8.30 LADE ... ... ... ... ...... 30,, to 5 qG~RTLr N ... .- ...... . ,, 5 ,, to 6.0 ,, LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. SAMUEL MERRIMAJN Engineer, Brassfounder, and Spray Pump Maker, =-611A LITTLE LONSDALE STREET WEST Genuine Articles at Bedrock Prices. Fruitgrowers who use MERRIMAN'S SPRAY PUMPs always recommend others. Fittings made of Brass and Gu...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MRS G. DAY (Flinders) and Family   desire to express their sincere THANKS for the numerous expressions and tokens of sympathy received in con- nection with their recent sad bereave- ment.   Qlte St nbarb. .PBLISHED ED.VB' BAl PURIJDA vuuNlAG.' "Nothing extlenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, JUNE 19.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

Auction sales. Wednesday, June 23rd. At Half-past Two O'Clock~ AT the Ground Floor Auction-room TUCKETT - CHiAMBERS, 359 COLLINS-ST. TRUSTEES' SALE. Sale by Auction of VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Situate at Mornington. under instructions from ''he Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co. Ltd., Executors in the Estates of the late F. A. GILLETT and JAMLS PATTERSON. TUCKETT & STYLES Will sell as above. Lot 1.-Estate of F. A. GILLETT, Mornington.-All that piece of LAND, containing 159 acres, 3 roods and :) perches, being Crown Portion 5, parish of Mooroo duc, couLty of Morusugton, with a brick dwelling, known as "-Sunnyside," con taining 17 rooms and necessary outbuild ings. This property is situated on the main Frankston road, about two miles from the :Morningtou township. Lot 2. DMornington.-All that piece of LAND, containing 18 acres 2 roods 13 perches. being part of Crown Portton 15, parish of MIoorooduc, with wooden building con taining 2 rooms, erected thereon. Lot 3:.-Mornitn...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. Thursday, June 10tl, being the last day for r. ceiving rates, the meeting of the council was held on the following duy, when there were present:--Cis. Nunn (president), Male, Alston, Flood, Stephens, Barrett, Francis, and Bradford. CORRESPONDENCE. From W. S. Cooke, shire solicitor, stating that the sale of old shire hall had been stopped pending compliance with section 235 Local Government Act 1903, and asking if the Governor in Council's consent had been obtained for the sale of the property.-Cr Flood moved and Cr Francis seconded that the secretary endeavor to supply the information required.-Carried. From same, covering cheque for £147/19, being £138 balance of pur chase old shire hall, and £9/19 in terest thereon.-Received. From Public Works Department, pointing out that a written application for grants towards maintenance of main roads would receive quite as full consideration as a personal de putation and be less expensive.--Re ceived....

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Frankston Football Club. CONCERT TOWARDS THE "SINEWS OF WAR." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

Frankston Football Club. -- - . " SINEWS OF WAR" A concert under the auspices of the Frankston Football Club was held on Saturday night, and, considering the adverse weather conditions, was very well patronised. The stage was artistically decorated with the club's colors-" the same old red and black." Drapings were hung from the ceiling and other parts of the platform, a football being very appropriately sus pended from the centre thereof. The club's initials-F.F.C.-were notice able in the background, with two horse shoes displayed each side. Cr Sherlock efficiently acted as chairman, and a first-class programme, included in which were many promi nent Melbourne performers, was gone through. Mr Robert Kennedy and several of his well-known pupils-Mr Arthur Prince, and Misses Holzer and Marshall-were a host in themselves, and received splendid receptions all round. A quartette by these talented artists was perhaps the "pick of the basket," and the old but ever new "Blue Bells of Scotla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

Medicines that aid nature are always most successful. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, aids expectoration. relieves the lungs, opens the secretions, thereby` aiding nature in throwing off a cold and restoring the system to a healthy condition. For sale by all storekeepers. Tell me not our days are numbered ; That nothing on this earth can save Us-by coughs and colds encumbered, Struggling for mastery o'er the grave. To the res-ue comes undaunted, Life's panacea, strong and pure, Striking home the truth that's vaunted Of the Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint ure, 1/i, In past time the first thing done to a burn or scald was to exclude the air. To do this the victim has-to either apply a paste of oil and flour or else bandage the scalded part, thus adding to his sufferings. All that is necessary is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This liniment gives immediate re lief. also heals the part in one-third...

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HASTINGS v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

HASTINGS v. MORNINGTON. These teams met for the first time this season on the ground of the former. Great interest was show.,, and a close game was expected. Mor nington were without the services of F. and T. Harrap, Parsons, and Schleebs. They tried a new man in A. Thompson, who gave a good account of himself ; both the ground and the ball were greasy, and in con sequence free kicks were plentiful, both teams being about equally pena lised. Mornington won the toss and elected to kick with the wind, which was blowing rather strongly. From the bounce Hastings went off with a rush and a mark by Reid passed on to Devescoe resulted in their first goal within a few minutes. Mornington backs were kept busy, and \Vhitehead snapped a behind. A lot of centre play followed, but Hastings brought it up again and Reid taking a mark in front, had a try, but only raised one flag, and a little later Devescoe from a smart bit of play hit the post. lMornington then made a start, and gave the Hastings...

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SORRENTO v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 June 1909

SomRENTO v. SIOMERVILLE. Somerville played Sorrento at Somer ville last Saturday. Sorrento team arrived in good time, and are to be congratulated for bringing a full eigh teen on such an unfavourable day. The game proved to be very one-sided, but was played in a very friendly spirit. Moon umpired satisfactorily. The final scores were Somerville, 8.14 (62 points) Sorrento, 0.1 (1 point) The best players for Somerville were Monk, Firth, Gomm, K. Webb, S. Martin, and W. Thornell. The goal-kickers for the \winners were--K.-Webb(2), M~onk, ...Martin,; P. Thornell, F. Murray; .W. Thorneli, and H. Hutchinson.

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Football. LIST OF MATCHES. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Football. --~ LIST OF MATCHES. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on the ground of the firstnamed Club. June 26,-Vacant. SECOND ROUND. July 3. MIornington v Tyabb Dromana v. Somerville Hastings v. Balnarring Sorrento a bye. July 10. Sorrento v. Dromana Balnarring v. Mornington Somerville v. Hastings . Tyabb a bye. July 17. Tyabb v. Balnarring Hastings v. Sorrento, at Dromana Mornington v. Somerville Dromana a bye. July 24. Dromana v. Balnarring Somerville v. Tyabb DMornington v. Sorrento Hastings a bye. July 31. Balnarring v. Sorrento Hastings v. Tyabb Dromana v. Mornington Somerville a bye. August 7. Mornington v. Hastings Sorrento v. Somerville Tyabb v. Dromana Balnarring a bye August 14. Sorrento v. Tyabb, at Dromana Balnarring v. Somerville Dromana v. Hastings Mlornington a bye. August 21.-First Semi-final. August 28.-Second Semi-final. September 4.-Final.

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The Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

The Orchardo ...--.(BY J. RONI. IN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE.) June and July are the most favor able months for planting deciduous trees in the greater part of Victoria. Early planting is advisable in the hot ter and drier districts if the soil is well prepared and in a moderately moist condition. The newly planted trees strike roots early and are able to with stand warm and dry changes that are liable to ocecur far better than those that are planted a month or so later. Where the soil is sandy and porous planting may be done shortly after a heavy fall of rain without prejudice to the future success of the trees. In the case of stiff retentive soils that are liable to puddle, if at all wet, it is necessary to wait until the excess of moisture has drained away before attempting to plant. Holes must be made to a depth sufficient to accom modate the tree as it stood in the nursery row (or slightly lower), the soil must be trodden firmly to prevent subsequent settlement, and must be firmly...

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) FLINDERS SHOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Our Letter Box. (We do not ncessarily identify onrselees with thie opinions expressed by correspondents) FLINDERS SHOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-Having :read the different letters in your paper on the prize-list of the above sh3w, Mr Falls' final one compels me to write, for a more con temptible attempt at a cheap adver tisment I never saw. Both the sec retary and "A Committeeman" put the case plainly, viz., that the horse competitions were open to all comers. I have compared the schedule for 1908 with the one for 1909, and the wording of the first six sections is exactly the same. These are the sections the. Anniosleigh stock competed in when owned by Mr Mitchell, and could have done so again this year. Thanking you in anticipation. Yours etc. DISGUSTED. Flinders, 21/6/09.

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

SOMERVILLE. On Monday next (28th inst.) under the auspices of the Fruitgrowers' As sociation, a trial of Duncan and Rus sells' Motor Power Spraying Machine is to be. held at. Mr Chas. Thornell's orchard, near the Somerville station, at 2 p.m., and a display of brick making by the Midget Giant brick and tile making machine will also be given. All interested are cordially invited to be present. The annual meeting of the Fruit growers' Association is to be held the same evening, when the election of officers for the ensuing year is to take place. The balance sheet is also to be presented, and members subscriptions are due on that night. The billiard tournament was con cluded on Monday evening amidst a deal of enthusiasm, Mr P. Wood winning from MUr U. Murray in the semi-final, and against Mr K. Webb in the final. We regret to hear that Mr G. Thornell ismaking but slow progress ,urecoveryto: healthb ,;Mrs.G'riffehs:. accidedt is also more serious than -was ,anticipated, as after being a...

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Bad Breath. THE TONGUE IS THE INDEX. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Bad Breath. THE TONGUE IS THE INDEX. Your breath is foul, but you do not perceive it yourself. You are like a person who is always among the oil and varni'hes-you get used to what is to many people a most ohnoxious smell. It. i. most disagreeable to those with whom you come in contact. A slight Headache, a Bad Breath, anl a Coated Tongue, are the first symptoms of Stomachic Disease.. Take time by the forelock, and intercept germination; arrest the germs ere they develop into disease: A pill in time may save days of suffering:- Look at your- tongue in the looking glass every night and morning, and if it is at all discoloured take a couple of Dr. MIorse's Indian Root Pills. They will remove the objectionable matter from the stomach, regulate the system and sweeten the breath. One or two of these Pills taken once or twice a week will ensure a well-regulated system, fortified against all disease. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a searching remedy, and a permanent and positive remedy f...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Tennis. Owing to the wet weather, the tournitment games at Mornington have been somewhat retarded. The mixed doubles, however, are nearing conclusion, and, from present indica tions there are two pairs who will prob ably:fight for winning honors. These are Mr Grover and Miss Ferber, and Mr Mowbray and Miss Gibson, neither pair having yet suffered defeat. The ladies doubles are not so far advanced, and as there are 10 pairs to play, it will be some time before the finish. For some time past the Mornington tennis people have had. their eyes on a piece of land'adjoining the court. It is now eitrenuely?fikely that' a third co'urt will be formed, as at present two courts are found altogether inadequate. The membership is increasing, and when the visitors arriive the courts are simply inunidated, and :very- few games are obtainable in an afternoon.

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Federal Football Association. ROUGH PLAY STILL PREVALENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Federal Football Asso ciation. ROUGH PLAY STILL PREVALENT. At a meeting of the above at Men tone on Tuesday evening, the umpire in the Cheltenham v Mordialloc match, on June 12th, made general charges of rough play, without men tioning names, adding that it was the most unpleasant he had umpired, and that he was thankful to get off the field safely. It was decided to bring the umpire before a special investiga tion meeting next Tuesday to endea vour to discover the players blamable for the rough play mentioned. The mateli between Ellindale and Elsternwick at the former place the same day, was referred to in Umpire Stubley's report as a very rough and unpleasant game, stating that Elstern vic'e play;d a fair and manly game, ~hilst their opponents generally .sowed bad temper, and in effect behaved disgracefully. The Elstern wick secretary reported that men on the Ellindale si le repeatedly struck and kicked their opponents, the writer himself being knocked down without any reason. He ...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Football. We are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, and would ask secretaries or captains of contesting teams to arrange to forward complete results of matches as early in the week as possible, accompanied by any de serving remarks on the play.

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

MOOROODUC. Continued wet and boisterous wea ther has put a stop to farming oper ations, except on the lighter soils, which quickly dry, and on these oat c 'ops are being put in with the use of the improved seed drill. The roads are very bad, and in some parts where they have been formed, with the clay subsoil, it is impossible to make any kind of pace. At this time of the year, when the sky is gloomy and cold, animals exposed to the elements must feel very miserable, and their owners can appreciate the wisdom shown in some directions by the preservation of the native trees. On viewing one of the earliest established farms near this centre, the properly of James Firth, Esq., 'the handsome gum trees are looking now healthy and fresh, with their shining leaves, and with a protecting hedge of acacia on the cold south-east side, which forms a warm and cosy resting place for the stock by night and by day. Already the planting of hedges for break winds is meeting with favor. MIr G. Grindal...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

TYABB. Despite the miserable weather at present being experienced, Mr D)eham is "making good headway with the shelter-shed in the ecreation Ground. This when comlet--l will be a boon both to players and public, especially if last Saturilay's weather recurs. Apropos to the above subject, the public are reminded of the concert and daned to be held next Friday evening, July 2nd.' A. goc: programme is being prepared, Mlel bourne and other visiting talent having been engaged to assistthe locals. The Hon. A. Downward has been requested to take the chair, and so far there is :eve-y prob ability of him so doing. As regards the dance, a good time-is assured, the com mittee having guaranteed to have the floor in first class order, and it will be as fast as ever it was. As some peple are wondering. at the words "double tickets" in the ad- vertismcnt, it is as well to state that all, ladies are admitted free to the dance. Re freshments will be provided, and those who spei d their evening in the...

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