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Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Rheumatism. Rhrafnstism is generally regarded as one of the mnost difficult ailments to cure, and invariably medicines are tried iunply with the hope of tempor ary relief, Dr Morses indian Root Pills have been worderfully success ful, not liy merely aff?aditng a cessa tiln of the pain, but by restoring, the joints i? ttheir original suppleness. Used in corjucltion with COmstock' Nerve anl ule Li,,iment, the most stui born cases of Rheunmatism, Lum bago and Sciatic have been overcome. In the ise of Miss King. Union S:et, Foxton, N. Z., related by her m ihe'r, the results ixceeded expec. tatirn. She says :-"My daughter suffersd a utely from Rheumatism in the arms ndrl hip., shich caued her a grrat ldeal of pain, esp-cially during wet 'eather. H.,viug tried many r mclis for Rheumatism, all of which pr ,red use es;, she went on suffering un!il adri-td to try Comstock's Nerve ai.d Bri. Liniment, which was used in c.n junction with Dr Morse's Indian Roo- Pi'Is. Afer the first bottle we no...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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Matrimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Matrimonial. A Litclen tra, in connection with the mari ie of M.iss Kathleen Jolly, of Frannston, wi h MrW.Lardn r, was givrn by the, f.rners friends at tihe nrsidlnce of M1r and Mrs Parer on Sturlday eVerin.. Ti re was a large as-eirb age pr s, it. who were treated during the eve, ing in a very hospitable m rner. A I;rge -nd useful assort mn:et of kitcheln ueu-ils were received, which wil I o a long way towards furl?ishirg thlr kitche.n of the prospec tire · . i d bridegronom. Mr J. B. J,' v. ... !,-hI t of his sister and parii , , ked the fo,rmer's friends for their thoughifu'ne.-s in orginising such a p'eantrt atlering, which would ever be rrmrnebered, particularly by his sister. Mu-ical i ems and dancing entertain-l th- companly throuhout the evenilg, : t the close of which sup per w.as di,?en.r d, and after the sing ing of Auld Lahg Syne, the company dispersed.

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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Peninsula Court Fixtures -4- Frankslon (Mondays, 10.15) May 1. June 5. July 10, Au gust 14, September 18, October 23, November 27 Dromana (Tuesdays. 1 p.m.) April 18, May 23, June 27, July-, August I, September 5, October 10, November 14 Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -April 20, May 25, June 29, July -, August 3, September 7, October 12. Novembor 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays; 10 a.m.) -April 19, May 24, Juno 28, July -, August 2, September 6, October 11, November 15

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

OUR LETTERO BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-A copy of the following letter was sent by me on Monday to the Shire Secretary at Somerville, and as same did not reach its destination in time to be read at the council meet ing, I ask that you will publish the letter. Yours etc - MARK BRODY. To the President and Councillors Shire of Frankston and Hasting,,-Gentlemen, --\s I find that owing to the paucity of the leading business people of the town to protect their vital interests in the place, I must resign my position as prosecuting officer. I took tihe poiition (not for its intrinsic value, viz, £7 10s per ancnum, -but to try and improve the town), but as my efforts have been futile, you must now make some other arrangemoats. Tiankiog the council as a whole for past favours, I have the honor to be, yours olbediently,-Manl BItODY.

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Peninsula Football Association. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

t. Peninsula Football Asso ciation. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [r -The following delrgate3 were present at a meeting of the shove at Morning tonon Monday evening, the Presi Sdent (Mr McArthur) occupyin r the chair :--Mclsrs M1cLaurin and Long miuir (Tyabh), Firth and Monk (Somerville), Vansujlen and Myers (Balnarring), Wilson and Boulter (Hastings), Hutchins (Mornington), I McComb and Pettit (Franksron), and ithe Secretary, Mr H. Menck. It was stated that there w.s a pro bability of Dromana r.nd Sorrento combining and forming a club for the Scompetition. The inmeting agreed to wait for a ftw days before having the Srules and draw printed, so as to give time for the clubs to nmalgarnaie. It waq also decided thatr the clubs named should pay the fines incurred through not fulfi ling engagpments last season before being allowed to play. Clearane.s were g antpel T McLau rin from Tyabb to Somerville, and W. Bvanr and W. Gibson to Balnnrring, the latter two conditionally on Sor rento and Droman...

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MONOPOLIES. THE CARTRIDGE AND THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

MONOPOLIES. THE CARTIIIDUE AND THE G UN. How frr Id es Question Two inl the Rrferelda rechll Jus as fir ,.s the Politic I Lab?r 0-nference de-ires to makli-i reach, suppositl that the amending prnposatd I e..rtied .n April 2d4th. Sine litn- ago the Lal or Con ferenc.. toa.ed down th.* platnk of the platfoim app!ying to Socialistnm. The Extreme Socialisis were IIi. n supposedl to get a set back. But Ihere were mIore cunning men0 than ilirtin colI ol ling thel I.labur movement. Mr Hughes, ithe Attirney-Gen rl, is not roclkoned among lth Ect Cxtie Socia:ists of the Labour Party, but in drafling Que.tion Two of the tRefereinds he dhafted it ill etch a way that it may carry all dtha the extremists desire. Thi wording i- vague, and purpo-ely so. Within that vague wtding is, however, a fir reaching purpose. When it com?es to the question as to w hat is a monopoly, io:t hiitg is tl)o stmall or too large to citme within tile powers sought by the Federal Mini-btrs. It may be, and is said, tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

LIVER TI;OUIBLtI are no more than simple stagnation cansed by a lazy liver doe to consliratwv. Relof i* alwas to he bad by taking a few dosee of Chamberlain's Tablet-, an ideal medicine for o'd and young. Fasy to take, pleasant and gentle in action, do not.gripe or purge, but surely relieve constipation. Sold by all stozekeepere. A SYDNEY MOTaE&'S EXPERIENCE , ?1[ really cannot let the opportunity pass without tolling about the good done my little son by using , hnlmberlaio's Cough Itemedy," says Mrs H. Silks, of 2o Dow hug Street, Camlperdowon. Syndey. "lie hnd a very severe cold. Trho doctor gave me medicine for him. but it did him no good. I was rocommonded to try Cham. berlan's Cough Remedy, and before a small lottle was half finiehed he was as well as oever." Sold by all storekeepers. PtIC.tXs A.\D IBRUSES. The right time to treat a sprain or bru:so is tho mo*. . ,LougotL R. it, ud., the rit.\t remeley to use i- Cha;therlain's Puin Balm The quicker you rui, it on, and t...

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Frankston Police Court. MONDAY, 10TH APRIL. [Before Captain Sherlock and Mr Crawford, J's.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Frankston Police Court. MONDAY, 10rn APRIL - [Before Cap'ain Sherlock and Mr ; Crawford, J's.P.] fl AN INEBRIATED TRAMP. te Constable Bllahntyne proceeded n again t a tramp named Henry Graham i- on two char"s e, that of being drunk a) at d dionrderlv, and with resisting the f police in the execution of their duty. C (.onstal lt Billanuyne said that from tinformation gained, he, accompanied by Constable Stephenson, went to the Frank'.ton Park about 11 p.m. on o Saturday night, and there saw the de fendant laying down in the pathway. - He (witness) found that Graham had been bailing up children and asking them for money. On being asked what he meant by begging money, de d fendant said he could beg for fdod, and therefore could solicit money. He s was too drunk to stand, and on being t tsken to the lick up he acted like a a maniac, and had to be thrown down and handcuffed. Accused peadled that he was drunk, and did not know what he was doing. He procured a bottle of wine as he did , et...

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A Frankston Lady Dealer. DISPUTE ABOUT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

A Frankston Lady Dealer. DISPUTE ABOUT CATTLE. Miss Annie CO.r, of Fri,ksiton, felt aggrieved at t!he action of the Cran b ,urle s?lire piuundke-per regarding the fees chaged upion cattle of hers which were impounded, and the man ner in which they were sold, and she wrote to the c uncil complaining of the tr-atnient received. At the pre. vious meeting it was decided that both parties should present themselves at the me-tlini of the council on Saturday, and, after the luncheon adjournment, the cose was taken by the Pr-sident, who called upon Miss Carr to maintain the attitude she had taken up M-iss Carr, in accordance with pre vious correspondence, objected to pay. ing 2s a dlay for eateh of the calves as it was late oil the SItutday they were impounded, and she was told tt-it they could not be impounded that night; the fee wase too high ; she hid a-ked o:no of the persMin at the sale not to hid too high as shr. wanted the calves; she Ihid morn than the value of the animals. Bidding ...

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New Benevolent Asylum at Cheltenham. OPENED BY THE GOVERNOR. MR JAS. GRICE AT THE HEAD OF AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

New Benevolent Asylum at Cheftenham. OPENED BY- THE GOVERNOR. MR JAS.GRICE AT THE HEAD OF AFFAIRS. The new Melbourne Benevolent Asy= luni at Cheltenhim" was officially opened on Tuesday last, by the Governor, Sir Thomas Gibson Carmichael. There was an attendance of close on 1000 people, who were conveyed by special drags from the railway station to the asylum grounds, where elaborate arrangements had been made. The buildings, on spacious and up-to-date lines, cuver ten acresof ground. Mr Jas. Grico, of 'Moondah," Frankston, who is President of the institution, issued several invitations to residents of Frankhton and surrounding district, and there were quite a large number of ladies and gentlemen present from those parts. The visitors inspected the various parts of the fine bui!,li:ngs, and the isnmates whose health would allow, showed parties over the wards. kits henn,dininlgrooml. ecreatiou hall, etc.. Mr .Jas. Grice presided over the banquet in tile reereat;on hall, where toasts ...

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Shire of Frankston and Hastings. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Shire of Frankston. and pa fo Hastings. ne Co MONTHLY MEETING. bh pl The monthly meeting of the above V was held on Wedlesday, when there £ were present-Crs Woodhouse (peesi- i dent), Murray, Perrott, Griffeth, Cole, st tlodgins, Oates and Ritchie, Messrs fB Sambell (engineer) and. J. E. Jones n (secretary). P CORRESPONDENCE. h From several ratepayers, asking e that a lamp be placed in the Mel- e bourne road opposite Fiocchi Avenue, Frankston-Or Baxter said the lamp n was badly needed, and moved that same be erected. - Seconded by Cr I Oates and carried. Shire of Dandenong, asking the - council to endeavour to get their par liamentary representative to support a Bill being prepared to deal with the sile of small blocks of land, owners of which have disappeared, and the rates accumulated for years.-The secretary: They really want our co-operation in cheapening the legal process of selling small blocks of land on which rates had been owing for 20 years -Cr Oates moved, Cr Ritchiesecon...

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Railway Improvements. COMMISSIONERS VISIT THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Railway Improvements. COMMISSIONERS VISIT THE DISTRICT. Oi Monday last the Railway Com mi-sioners, attended by their officials, rit? d the district by special train to intervi-w reidents as regards certain rai way improvements desired in the we:fare of the ,'istrict A deputation con-iti:g of about twenty local resi dents, the President (Cr Wodlihouse) and members of the North riding of the shire of Frankston and lla-tings (Crs Ritchie, laxte r and Oates) met the si-itor midway between Carrum an I Frankstono, at a site at which it wa- urged upon the Commissioners to erect a station. At a meeting of Car rum residenta two places were men tio.ted. Martin's crsing or a spotI ahb.t a quarter of a mile further on. Af.er a vote had b;en taken, it was decided to support the latter site, and i thnu the deputation met on Monday to put forward their views. This was foribly done by Messrs Vi!es, Wilson and Cr Ritchie, after the deputation had been introduced by the member for the district, IHon....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

XfT&-flEYs. C1 E M i ST G. WOODHOUSE., iir sad Cetrrinary Cheri--Lt 43 FITZROY sTREET, ST. KILDA 7 APMISTP. .ON; STREET, 3111)1)LE PARK. jI'i~llM l3 t irfor a he Itilinentsl! 1 r Fi:.º:.KSTO , NO31kE)LV1LLE. jRYI\IGTIJN. DRIOMAXA and Sur nuiindiic Cn'itvrr :hat he wilt execute or iýis i-ir.-irrl 1yp'!r e By RE IUI.N 1"0s1'. Cu'ntry trade hIaI !'ena LEADCNG Fi xiC.tE wur e,.ai: -; a ;Pra is St. IIn s "*ri~ios, re on' -pearaitP. 1.e uiararte.. cv- Rhicn if the very Hi.:?,r t ui-ii:.rd ad at .4slrojirck Irrices. AtI I !,iei ·s -tri,.l3 .oiecntiml. It silt TJy }on ti tr.i$eC with is. AL-LCE.2 :- G.W001Plijli F, CLeniet, cit. ildn. Te'.'" Win. Wmss C. W. Martin, WELL BORER (Of Geelong West), 1 TISIEiE to nctife the Re-idens of Frankston and rurroundine Di0 tricts.that lie iat iresent cngmasI WELL, RORIIG at Franktnn. and is prpiurc·i to uiiirrtaklh any w.rk entrusted to him. Well Pcnrinn Snppljling and Erectiag Wt'indmilai.s.TnuksTrot-t_ and all neceis saries fir Stock, Garden an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Notice. A??rSFIELD PArtK, MIOE'i5GTO'. TEITHIP. T'APPING nor RAB BITING in any form is allowed ao above Estate withtot: tpermissina PT.-s's on offeuding will le treated as CIIHARLES W. CAMPBELL. o) "Ameslidd Fark," Xornington c A NY STOCK foun:d TRE'PASaING en above Property after this date wi-I be 111?'UI:DE') without further Iwite. C. W. CAMPBELL. L. R. N. UTBER, Solicitor, ...... FRANKSTON ....... IIAY be on-ultedatprivateresidecce, 1 Mornir:lrton ljad. or at otnce of J. Xott Marxh, Bay Street. " )r\E ADDRESS H. W. Hunt and Ulber, 3iodern Chambers, 317 Collins-street. Treut Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. 1210 Do EI)ELSTEN, Optician, will be in . attenara::e at Tait'. Pharmacy MORNINGTON. on the FIRST MON DAY in each month; and FRANK STON, the LAST TUESDAY in each ?nt. Hlie al-o attends Patients at their homes if resuired. Old and im p<cnaious peronsa can hare their eyes tested and glasses provided without St:E N:?!ce. To Stand at J. Gra'os, Mornington Road Frankston. the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

:Iib W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Ltae rd Fem.'y, lIeard& now of -oTe'mak MORNINCTON, YtSSOU5C that he prepared to esada hi-d+ d warCE, CrKTi and JEWELLF.aY REPAIR'? Gd e f'et with Vt R. Annear, &mr. amsztts'0 Mr anidukot. Uro. eS=e; Yewas -lf ar4 P0i3, inanea - sias ; ,eat 'Clye..eaek." D aSOz F oid. priv terrdenceuia. .tcd br appdrnbent:. Carriera.,Naa Crurs and Wiiiatm, pea -t d~he in1,dily, acd witi deliver ceders catraieed to them. Fitxmiee gIen for repair. if desired. ira are ree din with them 260 J. l4LLARD, CIARRIER and3 AB PRO PRIEfOR. FRANKSTON. Cais 3..,t all Train. Pa ere sal Lo , a reeve4 sad preea't2c dri.cverL friQ.w am V-h. s for hirer. Letter. awl Taer-a- ;.-p;st'rt-.led t". A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Fra'xkston, paint fir; t-1n.n =.a : . r ...... Prae 3l". O e , '. ................. Sina: Gn..'e i e..- ; ·1 -. .r... . D. . F. G. R B ~elLIN, Phrma'eulicsl & Disp'rS'ng FRANKSTON Latest Drugs & Chemicals fttnekt in P...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Bereavement Notice W J. WARD and FAMILY desire to express heartfelt THANKS   to their many kind friends for kindly ex- pressions of sympathy, letters, cards, &c., in their recent sad bereavement

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Mornington Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Mornington Cemetery. Mr A. McLellan is pleased to ac- knowledge with thanks the following donations to the building fund of the above cemetery:-Mr James Firth (Somerville) £1, Hon. A. Downward 10s, Mrs Caldwell 10s, Mr W. S Cook 10s, Crs. Nunn, Flood, Grover, Measr J. Jenkins, J. Allison, R. Grindal, and Mrs Goman 5s each. Any further donations to the building fund will be thankfully received by Mr McLellan. Another working bee was formed on Thursday last, and a considerabile amount of work done by the following gentlemen:-Cr Alston, Messrs F. Bergland, Roy Stone, H. Schleebs, Reg. Schleebs, Geo. Golds, A. McLel- lan, and C. Parsons. Special thanks also due to Mr Geo. Gibson (a visitor, who is spending a few days in Morn- irgton) for giving his services to the deserving cause. The work done on Thursday was equal to 7 days for one man at the rate of 8 hours per day.

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Football. MORNINGTON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911

Football. MORNINGTON CLUB " he annual meeting of the Morn ington Football Club was hell in the hed. e room of the lMechanics Institute on Wedned 'y.,of,. hat week., There .wer.eover 40 members. present," and Mr G. T. Jenkins was voted to the chair. The report and bilancessheet were read and adopted. The report read as follows: Gentlemen,-I have much pleasure in presenting my third annual report and balance sheet. I consider the team did very .well in getting into the semi-final last year, as through accidents and other causes, we had the misfortune to lose some of our players, which weakened the team considerably. The club played 15 matches during the season, and won 7, drew 1, lost 7, scoring 505 points against 559 points. The receipts for the season were £30 9s 9Od, expenditure £26 16s 6d, leaving a credit balance of £3 13- 3id. The best thanks of the club are due to Messrs P. McArthur and T. Hutchins for their services as delegates to the Associa tion for the club ; also to Mr P....

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The Men Behind the Guns. MENACED FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911

The Men Behind the Guns. MENACED FREEDOM. There are men behind the guns in this campaign to amend the Constitu. tion.who are carefully sareenrd from public view. No ote hears anything now a-days about Mr W. OG.Spence or Mr Charlton, of Newcastle, or Mr Riley, of South .Sydney. Yet these men exercise more p:oltical power than does the Prime Minister and ,11 his Ministers. There is no gain.aying the political power of the Australian Workers' Union, and the greater part of this power centres in the president. The great political power of this Union has excited the envy of the other Unions and they seek the same power. A member of the A.W.U. h.s not only to submit to Industrial Rules but he must also subscribe to the "Worker," He has'further to vote as the mass of his comrades vote. Unionism in the A.W U. does not mean protection for the worker. It means that his political opinions are made for him, an he must gape and swa low. The Refereida amendmnts have been forced on the Federal Par...

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LIVER TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911

- LIVER TROUBLES. are no mnore than simple stagnation caus-d by a lazy liver duo to constipatlon. Rebeo it always to re had by taking a few d.ser of Cblamberlain's Tablet., an ideal meolicinT for old and young. Easy to take, pleasant and gentle in action, do not gripe or purge, tut ourely relieve constipttion. Sold by all stotekeepers.

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