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Help Your Newspaper ! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Help Your' Newspaper I The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your' Jo Paxnrza. If you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news paper your cards,. dodgers, billhbeads, envelopes and all business printing to execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the printer that casn give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping to build up your district. The time may come when a counitry newspaper can live simply on the revenue derived from ad vertising and subscriptions, but no ordi nary newspaper in an ordinary district can exist" without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore, if yen want .a good newspaper--one that can still farther help, you and. your town-o _rr rosC Jan Paarnxrsto..

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Peninsula Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Peninsula Football Asso ciation. A meeting of delegates of the above was held at the Grand Hotel, Morn ington, on Thursday evening. Pre sident Davies was in the chair, and the others present were:- Messrs Pearce and Whitehead (Hastings), Martin and Griffeth (Somerville), Hazledine and Griffith (Dramana), Menck and Cohen (Mornington), and Willox and WV. Pettit (Frankston). The meeting was a very lenathy one, the business, though not heavy, taking till after midnight to transact. Mornington protestedagainstFrank ston being awarded the match at Somerville the previous Saturday, on the ground that the winners played a person not eligible according to the rules, through not being within the radius. After being asked to state the man's name, the list of players in the match forwarded by Umpire Brown was produced and showed that Harley's name had been" written as Hurley. Mornington alleged Hurley played for Oakleigh. The Frankston delegates affirmed that it was a mis take and that the team...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Sir E. G. Stone.) Messrs Sparks and O'Brien, who bought Mr Hodgins' farm here last year,.have dissolved partnership. Mr O'Brien has. purchased a large property, near Flinders from Mr Holland. Three hundred acres of Mr Milner's property at Attenborough's Creek have been sold to two brothers from up country. . It is probable that next year a foot ball team organised by the A.N.A. will be formed in the district. A move was made to start a club here recently, but it was decided to leave it until next season. It seems a pity that a district like this that has good players, playing with Hastings, Mornington, and Dromana, has not a team of its own. Mr T. Cole sold two more trucks of sheep this week, making now about 400 sold at an average of £1 per head, which shows what can be done with rape in this district.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Frankston Progress League. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Frankston Progress League. A meeting of the comniittee of the above was held in the Frankston Mechanics'- Institute on Wednesday evening, when there were present: Messrs T. Ritchie (chair), Richardson, Sheridan, Beall, Brody (sec.), Patter son, Pettit and Chamberlain, and Mrs Lewis. The subject of tree-planting was considered, and it was reported that of the supply of 100 trees secured, about 30 had been planted. The working bee that afternoon had been poorly attended, and only five trees were planted near the Prince of Wales hotel. The position of the League finan cially was discussed, and a systematic canvass to place the objects and ad vantages of the League before the public will be made, and subscriptions solicited. Mesdames Hay, Parker Mason and Lewis, and Messrs Rich ardson, RitchieL, Brody and Sheridan were appointed to do this work. It was decided to write to the council asking that the approach to thbe ach by way of Beach street i :d" to''draw a-st tention to the rickety c...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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CARRUM. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr R. W. Jones.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

CAR RUM. (Copies of thi FTiNDARD can be obtained from Mr R. W. Jones,). On Thursday a fire, which cansel considerable loss to persons interested, broke out in The Chalet. . The housei -S which is owned by Mr Myers, was a wooden building containing about ten-rooms, and was used 'as a boaid and, lodging establishment. The present tenants were Mr and, Mrs Simms, wifh a family, and they had in th- place a quantity of furniture. Mrs Simms was engaged in domestic duties at a little distance from the house, when she heard a crackling noise within, and looking round she saw that her home was in flamei, The house was totally 'destroyed, . as was also the furniture, including a piano and sewing machine. The building, which- is said to have cost £1600, was'insuted for .£500, and Mr Myers'.farniture for £150; the occo pier's furniture was not insured. The origin of the fire is.not known, but .it is thought a piece of burning wool must have fallen from a fire and ig; nited the building. A footba...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

DROMANA. -- - The annual meeting of the Dromana Progress Association was held in the local hall on Tuesday' night last, the president (Mr A. V. Shaw) in the chair. The minutes of the last annual meet ing were read and confirmed. • The balance sheet was read and adopted, showing a credit balance of 18/11. The following office-bearers were re elected for the ensuing year :-Presi dent, Mr A. V. Shaw; treasurer, Mr L. Murphy; secretary, Mr E. Rudduck. The membership fee was fixed at, 2/6, and all desirious of assisting the association in beautifying and making the town more attractive could not do better than enrol as members, for the work accomplished by the association last year, in fencing off portions of the Esplanade, planting shrubberies, erecting rustic rotundas, and getting the Government to place a verandah around the- goods shed, amply justi fies its assistance, and should com mand the support of residents. Tennis -The first round of the mixed and men's doubles was commenced o...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Original Poetry. To T. G. G. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Original Poetry. To T. G. G. I hear you have left us now m', - o To make your home elsowhere, God speed you on your way Shall be my fervent prayer; Though far from oere:you roam, And in another slate may dwell, I know your sterling worth, Tom, And appreciate it well. Wealth seldom brings us happiness, And he is poor indeed Who can't recall a trusty friend, And claim his aid in need.. If a generous heart must friendship 1 his at least I know, [win, You'll find a friendly hand to clasp Wherever you may go. A stainless name life t<begin .You'r parents to you gave; I f.el 3 ou'll be-r it afely on. U::t:t;u.te, to th, ýr:j r. I'or .i.ateve' Nou ps.e". ,I 0; W\;,s by ,h.ift and hone to, And 1 dope when l a , g?one, Tom, Yeu can -cy the aom,- of m-. 1U. 'uoco.

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtaine from Mr. S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

HASTINGS. . (Copies of the STANDIRD can be obgeine . from Mr 8. Orsino.) .. Returns are to hand of the ship. ment of apples to London by the Holt's liner Telemon, which left Mel bourne on 25th March. London Pilp pin brought 5/ to 8/ .case; Rome Beauty, 6/ to 8/; Sturmer, 5/ to 8/6 Chandler, 5/ to 8/6 Ruokewood 6/ to 8/; Dunn's Seeding, 6/ to 10/ case. The Hastings L.O.L. held their ainnual concert on Friday, July the 81st, in the' hall. There was a full house, and the concert was thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by the large audience. Bro. Ross was in the chair, and the opening item consisted of a piano solo by 'Miss Drew. Mr Sargeant (of Melbourne) gave a very creditable rendering of " The Veteran's song." Miss A. Boulster was well received and sang " If all the Stars were Mine," and was heartly ap plauded. Facial expressions by Prof. Allen caused great merriment. Bro. S. Mentiplay, the local favourite, sang " Marguerite," in his usual fine man ner; and was encored, for which he ...

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CRANBOURNE ROAD CONTRACT. TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

CRANBOURNE ROAD CON TRACT. TO TIIE EDITOR STANDARD. Sir,-I am requested by the Lang warrin Progress Association to state that Mr J. Clark, in quoting resolution of the association in your a'st issue was to show that the names. of the contractors were nofb metioned in the secretary's letter to the Fraukston and Hastings shire council, and not to infer (as -may be, thought by some) that the secretary had not' written in accordance with the resolution of the meeting.-Yours, etc., W. J. OATES, President.

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr. D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

' TYABB. (Copies of the STrAanD can be obtained from M~rD. M. Bett.) One of the best entertainments that has been held about here for some time past is promised for Friday evening next, on the occasion of the official re opening of the local public hall. The opening ceremony will be performed by Mr A. Downward, M.L.A., who, by. the way, officiated in the same capacity at the original' opening of the building ten years ago. Patrons are promised a right down good evening's amusement, as the committee has gone to some trouble to procure good talent, including Mr Harry Leggitt (late of Rickard's Opera House), Mrs and Master Ferguson, Mrs H. Hawkins and Mr A. Mentiplay. ' The half-yearly meeting of the H.H.C. will be held tonight, when the balance-sheet will be submitted and the election of office-bearers will' take plas

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUFFERING. To maintain a healthy system the bowels should operate at least once every 24 hours. This is one of Nature's provisions which is too often ignored, and the result is untold suffer ing. Women are the greatest offen ders, but sooner or later they must pay the penalty. Many women's ailments are due to the straining and purging, following upon habitual con stipation, and in xpany. :ases dis placement of the pelvic orgaus may be attributed to the same cause. Mrs S. Sullivan, 143 Wattle Street, Bendigo, says, " I beg to state that my husband, after underdoing a very severe illness some mbnths ago, became subject to constipation. He was ad vised to use Dr. Morse's Indian- Boot Pills, and I can assure" you without fear of contradiction that these Pills aie the very best remedy for that com plaint, and also for liver and kidney. complaints. Indeed I never felt better in my life, and I am sure it is due to the occasional' use of Dr. Morse's India~i Bo...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

HOW TO BELP YOUR DISTRICT. Talklaboot it Write about it Buy all you can in it R" emember that byassiatindtradespeople you help the place alongd. Purchase and assist your Locar Pasrs, for by so doing you further the best inte reststof the Peninsula I if STreatstrancers witl the utmost cotirtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away'good impressions Elect good reliable men to all publie positions, not becau~se, they. stral them= selves for popularit.;bd "o-n acco'unt °of their stamina and trustivoethiness: Keep the money in the place:;; Bell all you can and buy all you can at; home The;men who .hive: invested in stores. workshops and other business places are bmlding up the district, and they should be inoouraged api peially the _ as - '.

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The Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

The Theatre. Results have proved that the J. C Williainson management were wise in deciding to revive " The Dairy maids " for the last week of the Royal Camic Opera Company's season in :; Iboureo .in ordor that play goers might see Miss Carrie: Moore in the p rtn he created for London ajudiences. T'ie iv.icious little actress fully justi fied the high opinion which had been formed of her in the world's metro polis and was received by her Mel bourne admirers-with every mark of warm approval. ...Miss Margaret Anglin has scored aniother huge success in the second of her Sydney productipns-" Zira," and the varying moods through whish she passes in the character of Hester Trent were portrayed with such power and intensity that round after round of applause rewarded her efforts. " Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" with her kindly maxims and womanly rsympathy is now only a pleasant memory as far as Melbourne is con cerned. and the heroine of the patch andl her ludicrous neighbours are now in...

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SHOREHAM—FLINDERS FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

SHOREHAM-FLINDERS FOOTBALL. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-Re letter of your correspondent signing hiniself member F.F.C. (which we very much doubt), on behalf of the bonafide membe'rs of the club, and in fairness to the Shoreham players, we beg space to say that in no way do we connect ourselves with him and his wild statements, and still more erratic attemps at wit. In con clusion we may say the Shoreham team are too well known in the district to be affected by the nameless one's letter, but rather that they should treat it at its worth-i.e., with con tempt.-Yours, etc-, A. J. O'NEILL, Hon. Sec. F.F.C. T. EDWARDS, Capt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Public Notices .'rankstofi :looffee Palace .. - UNDER ENTIRELY 1NEW. MANAGEMENT, r - iamplugli, , ROPRIETRESS H. BUNNEY, Bay Street, Frankston, ...Slteks a first-class Assortment of... iroceries Dairy Produce FruI Crockery Confectionery Vegetables: Soft Drinks. &c. .: e nu.ne Prices, Cleanliness, Civility" an i Attention.... All Goods of Best Quality. ATrialrSoheited. Satisfaction guaranteed Misses Benton K ...Eg to Nofy ?lit tbey;have started... Dressmaking, -&c. -On the Premises of Mrs. Parsons, MAIN STREET, Mornington. SINGING AND PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS: - Diaphrsmatic Breathing and Singing, £1 10s per term of half-hcur each week (eloven weeks); £2 2s per term of two half-hours. Piano--.1 10s per term of one hour per week. I U R =GOING 'TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUrI, FOR GROCERIES, DRAPERY, I&IRDW.ARE, BOOTS, SHOES. As. BEAN, CHAFF. OATq,f BARLEY, WHEAT, POLLARD. POTAPOES. AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. All Goods at Lowest Mar'ret ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Public Notieels SICHT TESTINC. 'r. D. MclINTOSH, of 13 Richmond Terrace, Richmond, practical Op thalmic Optician, will. during the winter months, Visit FPRAxsro on the FrPsr TnonRDAT of each month, and can be consulted at** Balla Crane," and at the Grand Hotel, MOENINSTON, on the FPrier Fa?mr of each month. Hours from 11 to 4. Sight-testing a SEcuaLnrr and FREE. CARD. DR. J. CHARLES WELD, L.R.C.S.I. LK.V.QC.P,I.. late of Rosedale and Hopetowh has commenced the practise of his profession at Dromana, and may be eso nulted at Mrs Weld's Private Hospital *"Wyn Yeuk". Hours 8 to 0 a.m., I to 3. 7 p.m., to 9 p.m. VOCAL PRODUCTION, DlIPEBAMATIC BBEAETING Mr. Allan Fisher.. (Pupil of Madame Markwald) Visits Frankston from Saturdays till Mondays,.- -- Homes visited. and STrNiN5Ai Office-er!ý Pianoforte. MISS DORA CARTER, (Successor to Miss J. CAMERON) Is prepared to receive Pupils for Pianoforte and Theory. S. Pupils prepared for Examinations .. Terms, etc., on application to -' Saltaire " M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Miss N. Chad'1s, Hgh-ctret, C ireeton. N Z., writes:-"I was a uffeirer from chro-. nic indigestion. and gave Chamberlain's Tablets a trial, with moist i.stisf:ictory results.--.In can sincerely-say that they are the be?t medicinethat I hIve ever used;, and have pleasure i- rocominmending the?m to all who suffer from indigestion in any form." For sale by all stozekeeWIr " We'll cun the Panama Canal ! " said Uncle dam: "You'll see we'shall ! W'e-shall; no sham ; As sure's 1 am The boss tnbacco-chIewcr,. But during Winter timae, I guess, . For coughs and cold 'youauit doe -l .. Than ease the workmau's'ww?eeness' With Woods' Great.eppermint Cure. Public Notices: A5 Denham TIMBER MERCHANT, CONTRACTOR AND GENERAL II:ONIONGER, HASTINGS. TN Order to cope with increasing business, has Enlarged his . Preo. mises, and also made considorasile ad ditions to Stock. Ironmongery, Paints, Oils, Paperhangings, Brushrwgre. rLass CUD.OTA, Ijr" - . Pictures Framed and. Renovated. TIMBER, LTlE. AND. QEME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

fer the Season's Trada C. DALMAN, PFan ston BOnr RTQRE, I prepared to Fill lll Seasonable ]equi.bments. Every Cautomer Well Served. PRICES RIGHT. GOOD GOODS l"JD SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS INEATLY EXECUTED HITI And S0HES MADE to ORDEB, Moderato Terms. BAY;ST., FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON : Chaf and Grain Store. All lrid, of Produce in Stock. -- - - , m _ HEARNE'S BRONCITS The Famous Remedy for CUR. Coug'hs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma & Consumption BRONCHITIS antd PNEUMONIA cured by HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE After ether Treatment had Failed. Mr. W. G. Hearse. Dear Sir,-From a strict sense of duty I feel that I should publish she following state meet. so that others may know what to do when the awful fate i evident that a life is in dange of being lost:In September, 1906. my little girl, aged at that time 3 years, contracted Measles, and in the following Osebea wems attacked by. Bronchi...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

MOOROODUC. The quietest time in a quiet district is when people, require something interesting to read; that is looked forward to in the local paper, and as this district is so thriving it would be hard if the residents did not get some thing of interest at the end of their week's toil. The new brick residence recently erected and completed to the order of Mr and' Mrs Warland (late of Tasmania) adds a new attraction to this district, and as it is so up-to-date and convenient, it has been much in spected and admired by the well wishers who are now, paying their calls on the new residents. The annual draught horse parade in Melbourne has attracted some of our pure stock owners to see how the price of.horseflesh is going to stand, as there is a very large yarding and the demand appears to be ever on the increase. We may expect to hear of some more noted sires being introduced into the district after this parade. It is said that the contractors for the large bridge-repairing works at Mo...

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Ossett Street, Sorrento. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908

Ohssett Street; Sorrento. This question was again brought up at the last meeting of theFlinders:and Kangerong. .,Shire " Couincil;. .e-From what we can. learn, a number of-rate payers have been. agitating for quite a long time 'to get:this street formed. They have theimoniey::in -hand, and. wish the Council to' proceed with.the work at once.: . - The Engineer has the plans, etc., prepared, and notices had:been served on the, ratepayers to the effect that as soon as the amount,for.making the street haid been deposited with Coun nil, the work would be.proceeded with. .-Cr,. Marsden thought the Council should take into serious consideration the advisability of proceeding with the workat once. He moved that tenders be called for the formation of Ossett street. The President said that according to the Local Government Act the work could not be commenced' until the money was in the hands of the Coun cil. r.,Cr Clarke seconded Cr Marsden's motion.. It was a most.absurd thing to demand the ...

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