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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
Mlake Your District Kniown. Concerning seme parts of the district news'(comes but seldom. 'Thbis is not the fault of the Editor.-for hnhns no mirecul ous power of ki.wineg what i.. happening in n·? the pin-e; in th._ ,,o:a.- f Cot-? uiation. It is Lth tIul. f .tsi eots in the silent l.: ee -. Wid 1 n0 m ns o w \rit en t.hk the mat ter in h?e uat d ;lue tb., r,leo e. to, cOase. Ite. ne otI.. i, do,. it f, v.- e u dis trict, will YU01 tt'y .,, i.h lit.es? Send r?eountt .f .lnbiic and social events in your iow:t-hip ."r ire gbhorbood, such as weldtlns. deaths, .:eilentS. con cOr tse, Iltlr. ,uh ng thb llutstlies. etc WVrite your n;ame in svCe corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of peisons very dis tinctly. Ito not bothe, about irrmmar or spell ing ; it is the Editor's wori to look after th'si. trifles. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information. but let eritici?m t:one
Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, JULY 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
Flinders and KangerongI Shire Council. SATURDAY, JULY 31sT. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Saturday last, when the following councillors were present-Buckley (President), Clark, Cain, Marsden, Sharp, Stanley, Chap man, and Shaw. An 'apology was re ceived from Cr Davies, who was un able to attend owing to illness. REVISION.COURT. The Secretary stated that no claims or objections had been received for the East and Centre Ridings, but considerable time was occupied in dealing with a large number of claims received for enrolment in the West. Ultimately the following were al lowed-Annie Sutton (" votes), J. Cottier (1), Edwvrd and John B Clark (2 each), W. lacfarlan (1), Annie Watson (2). The rolls as revised were then approved and adopted. FINANCE. -The finance committee recommended payment of accounts amounting to £4470/19/1." The recommendation was adopted. 1. tMINUTES . The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Ors Clark. CORRES...
Peninsula Association. DROMANA v. MORNINGTON. A WIN FOR MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
Peninsula Association. DROMANA v. "MIORNINGTON. A WIN FOR MORNINGTON. (By Onlooker). The above match was played at Dromana on Saturday last. The visi ors brought with them a large contin ent of supporters, including the venial president of the Peninsula As ociation (Mr L. Harrison). A good leal of time was wasted by the visitors iefore commencing the match in de :iding whether they would play on the ocal ground or not, many considering :t too wet and slippery for play, and it was after 4 o'clock when the visitors lecided to play under protest. Under the circumstances I think it would save been better to have abandoned the match, as most of the last quarter was played in the dark, when it was liflicult towards the finish to dis inguish one player from another, and it was in this. quarter that a few re .rettable incidents occurred. Mornington, on winning the toss, decided to kick towards the dry end of the ground. The play in this quarter was very even for some time, neither side secu...
Sudden Death at Frankston. A LONELY END. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
Sudden Death at Frank ston. A LONELY END. Constable Stephenson was informed on Saturday last that Henry Car michael, 78 years of age, had been found dead by his employer, \Ir H. O. Thompson, of MelbouLre, for whom Onatuchielrbi - becn wOrtiin." ' " orir= taker of ' Ormiston," on the MIorning ton road. The old man was seen by a neighbour about 11 o'clock in the morning, but was dead on Mr Thomp son's arrival by the afternoon train from Melbourne. The Coroner (Dr. Cole) was informed, and ordered a post mortem. which was performed hv Dr. Maxwe 1 an Sunday, when the cause of del. h was found to b? pneu mIonia, aortic disease, and syncope. No fewer than 235 gall stones were discovered by Dr. Maxwell. As a result of the post mortem, an order for burial was issued by the Coroner, and the deceased was buried at Frank ston on' Monday, R'v. Mr McFar lane reading the burial service, and Mr Gamble carrying out the mortuary arrangements The old man had been in bad health for some time, and was o...
FOOTBALL. Federal Association. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. GLEN HUNTLY v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
FOOTBALL. 'Federal A ssociation. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. GLEN HUNTLY v. FRANKSTON. Frankston had another very easy win on Saturday against Glen Huntly, on the former's ground. The game was uninteresting. The ground being slippery, with pools of water lying here and there, was the cause of a little fun, provided by the aquatic displays now and again provided by th6 play ers. The spick-and-span uniforms of the visitors, with their white trousers.were not long before wearing a mud-begrimed appearance, but the players- seemed to enjoy the mud scramble. Frankston's goal kicking under the circumstances was very good, as they scored 12 goals out of 29 bhots. To have a chance of being successful in the semi final match, the winners will need to improve -in their concerted play. - A few of the` playeris appear to be oblivious to the fact that the team is composed of 18 men. It is foolish to play to a man when he is in a position in which it is almost im possible to receive the ball; it is pre f...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
SOMERVILLE. On Saturday evening the combined Methodist choirs of Somerville, Hastings, Frankston, and Pearcedale gave a concert in the Somerville Hall to a good house. The first part of the programme consisted of-Ogr ture, by Miss O. Sherloclk`aM 'r. P. Wallace ; Comfort Ye,. from the Messiah, by Mr Thompson, rendered in a musicianly style ; song, "Thora," Miss E.DHorsfall ; song, "The King's Fifteen," Mr Ackerly ; recitation, "No Sect in Heaven," Mrs Wallace ; song, " The Dream of Paradise," Miss Logan; " Violin solo," Mr P. Wal lace. The sacred cantata, " Esther, the Beautiful Queen," comprised the second part of the programme and was exceedingly well rendered, the chorus singing being exceptionally good. The principal parts were sus tained by-Mrs Wallace (Queen), Mlr Reid (King), Mrs Thompz.i:. (Mordecai), Mr Prosser (Haman), Miss Croskell (Zeresh), Miss McComb (Maid of Honor), Miss O. Sherlock (Prophetess), Mr P. Wallace (Pro phet)./ Mr Thompson's clear tenor voice was heard to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
LOCAL AND GENERAL. BALNARRING news, Tyabb, rainfall rec ords, etc., will be found on our fourth page this issue. IN this issue Cr. Gamble notifies that he will seek re-election for the North rid ing of the Frankston and Hastings shire. TIE billiard tournament at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Frankston,.is nearing completion, the five still remaining in being Messrs Kinrade, M'Kenzie, Cuth bert, M'Dougall, and Ferguson. THE ratepayers' rolls for the shires of Morningtun and Frankston and Hastings have this week -been issued from the STANDARD office. In both shires the rolls show an increase of voters. THE following complimentary note was recently received by us, on delivery of a variety of printed matter for a Peninsula organisation :-"I must compliment you on the expeditions and accurate manner in which the work has been printed and desp ic el." IN this issue Mr D. Macfarlan, of Sorrento, announces that he is a candi date for the election of a representative of the West R1ding in the S...
The Cigarette Habit. APPALLING VIEWS OF A CORRESPONDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
The Cigarette Habit. APPALLING VIEWS OF A COR RESPONDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STALDARD. Sir,-I was thinking to-day when reading of the Opium Bill and the tricks that are likely to be played with that as with manly others, in altersatioas and amendments, till when the original anti the one dealt with finally are comparred-well ! the original is not it. But I am with the Chiriaman in his idea that to stamp out this curse from Australia is the onlyway to prevent the traffic in opium and its smug.ling- . IBut. Sir, let itus compare the evils of opiuam (which is confined mostly to the Chinaman) with that of the cigarette, arnd I'll wager that there is over 100 per cent. more disease, physically, morally, and men taly, at the present time in Australia alone (to say nothing of the disease and crime caused by it throughout the world) due to the latter. Under stand, Sir, I am not speaking in favor of the use of opium-not even for medicinal purposes. The time has come when we must either fig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
.Mr Thos. Hepworth. '.O., WVoodlupine' V-A.. writes as follows :-' Whilst work ing in Perth lately I got a lame back, so bought a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. and gave it a trial, and was well salisfied with it. Only last week a friend of mine had a sore throat, and could not eat, so I told him I would cure his throat, and did so by rubbing it with Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment, and putting a cold water bandage, sprinkled with the Liniment, on the affected part." Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment relieves at dnce Rheumatism," Lumbago, Lame Back. Cuts, Bruises. and Burns, and repeated applications will effect a cure in a remark ably short time. Price is 61. and 3s. per bottle. Obtainable from E. Rudduck,Gene ral storekeeper, Jetty store, Dromona. Vic. ALFRED ASHMORE, General Engraver, ...18S Elizabeth St., M3lbourne... Trophies and Medals Supplied and.. to Ordher. A STORY Foi Weary & Downcast Sufferers. If the reader is sufficiently concerned to trace the reaso...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909
MIrs Charlie tLi-sell." Straughton Vale, Anakie. Vie., writes :--" I have much pleas ure in writing to tell you that I have used Dr. Sheldon's wonderful New Discovery for coughs. I have used it ever since it has been on the market, and find it splendid for in fluenza. My brother and sister also use it, and say that it acts like magic:' Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds is an unequalled preparation for the cure of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price 1/6 and 31- per bottle. Obtainable from E. Ruddock, General store keeper, " Jetty store," Dromana, Vic. ADVEItTISEIs and correspondents are I minded that all communications in-. tended for insertion in the STANDARD should reach the office not later than by Frilay morning's letter delivery at Frank ston. aMr Frank Summers, the popular sale man. representing Messrs Denham Bros., Rock hampton, Q, writes; " I feel that it is my duty towards other sufferers' to tell of my experience iwith? Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STAXDARD Sir,-Kindly allow me space in your columns to express the displeasure of the committee of the Tyabb H.H.O. with reference to the letter signed "Justice," _which appeared in your issue of the 31st ult. The committee beg to inform "Justice," who describes himself as an onlooker, that the state ments made by him in the said letter. are misleading and untrue, and that persons who read that letter are being sadly misinformed of the occurrence from beginning to end. It is true that a member has been expelled, but the evidence of all those who witnessed the occurrence in question, including four of the committee, proves that such an action was necessary, and is very contrary to that of the onlooker, "Justice," who, it appears, is not pre pared to disclose his name. I beg to state that the committee gave the case the most careful consideration, the result of which has already been mentioned, and is nob regarded by them as a schoolboy-like or ridiculous action b...
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) A DANCE AT TYABB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) A DANCE AT TYABB. Tt THE EDITOR OF THE STA.DARD Sir,--.May I, also being present at the dance at the Tyabb hall on July 10th., ask for space in your valuable columns to express my'surprise at the committee of the H.H.C. not proceed ing to contradict the absurd state ments made by so-called' "Justice" in his letter which appeared in your issue of the 31st July. In fict, I cannot realise that the writer was an onlooker at all, or at least if so, how one person could get such a calamitous idea of the case, being the direct con trary to that of everybody else. Who, I should like to know, apart from those doncing, was close enough to see so distinctly that any person was thrown violently to the floor 7 Any how, I am satisfied that "Justice" was sadly mistaken as to the where abouts of the gentleman's ears, and undoubtedly too, he misunderstood the conversation which took place. I, for...
Mornington Operatic Society. "THE JAPANESE GIRL." A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. CROWDED AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
Mornington Operatic Society. "THE JAPANESE GIRL." A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. CROWDED AUDIENCE. The Mornington Operatic Society's concert, in aid of the Church of Eng land, which took place last Wednes day evening in the Mechanics' In stitute, Mornington, was the most successful entertainment ever given in Morninglon, realising about £20. The great demand for seats during the week. foretold a bumper house, and so it proved to be, for long before the time advertised to com mence every available seat in the hall was occupied, and those who came late were content to stand in the porch. Judging by the frequent applause and recalls for the different numbers, it was evident that the crowded audience enjoyed the menu submitted. The first part of the programme I commenced-with .an overture (a piano forte solo) by Miss E. Crosbie, which was played with much taste and ex pression, after which the curtain rose on a very laughable little comedy en titled "Something to her Advantage," I in which Misses...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
SORRENTO. The funeral of little Norman ?Manarlan took place last Friday, and was-very largelyý nuea-.l school children marched in fronioEf the hearse: A very impressive'servicetwas read at the graveside by the Rev. iM r Ander son. Some very beautiful wreaths and flowers were sent, which entirely covered the grave. The Sorrento Rifle Club fired a match against the Red Hill club last Saturday, which was won by the for mer club by 47 points. Commandant Stacley of the permanent force was present and took a lively interest in the shooting. Capt. J. Clark and C. Dark tied for the trophy presented by the president, Mr Wilkins. They are to shoot off next Saturday. The next competition is for a prize donated by Dr. Boughton. The branch of the A.N.A. is hold ing a saloon rifle competition next Monday night, so there should be a Igo0d muster of rifle shots. The contractors for Mr E. J. Dark's new boarding house are making good progress with the work. The build ing will be a credit to the town ...
CRIB POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
CRIB POINT Mr Stacey, of Triton, is having the telephone laid on to his residence from Crib Point railway station. Mr S. Knox caught a large shoal of guard fish at Stony Point pier on Wednesday, 70 baskets in one haul. The local steamer that runs between San Remo and Stony Point has just returned after £400 being spent on her for the convenience of passenger traffic.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 August 1909
TO THE EDITOR OP THE STANDARD. Sir,-In answer to Mr J. W. Hazle dine's letter in last Saturday's issue of the STANDARD, I would like to know if that gentleman is in earnest, or is his letter a joke. If he is serious about the matter, our club will play Dromana for.a dinner, on any ground in the Peninsula (neutral ground, except - Sorrento) under umpire Porteous, after the final.of Association, as we are too busy until then, to attend to .the bold challenge of the 5th inst. -Yours, etc., R. COHEN, Hon. Sec. M.F.O