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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 August 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families W:aited .n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only klipt................. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Booght........... Notice to Readers. THERE isno doubt that many events in the outlying districts are un recorded. We will be pleased if readers will furnish us with the details of any occurrence of public interest for publica tion in THE STANDARD. Notice to Correspondents All communications must be addressed to the Editor, and not personally to any member of the staff. Lengthy communications must be in the Editor'shands not later than the Thurs. day preceding publication day, to ensure theirinsertion. Correspondents will please write on one side of paper oaaLr IRVINE S HOT COL I-"o'! SEA WATHER BATHS. -- 'Hot) IRJ V "INE'S ROYAL BATIEIS (Cold) MORNINGTON OPH7NV DAILY from S?nrise to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS Gr rTLKWKs . .... .. ... . ... From 6 a.m. to 8.80 a.m S ... ... ....

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 August 1909

Election Notices. Shire of Flinders and Kangerong. CENTRE RIDING. AS previously aunounced,. I am a Wi CANDIDATE The Election takes iJ palace on THURSDAY. 2d"rni IsT'. :Your cc otes can be recorded between the hour of of d a.m. and 4 p.m. at Flinders. Red D Htill. or Dromana. c( VOTE EARLY & FOR Yours truly, NELSON RUDDCCK. D)roman. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. To the Ratelayers of the CI.NTRE RIDING. LADIES AND GENTLE.MEN,-I beg to anlnlllullce that my term of office a, Counciillor for the above Riding ex. lires at the end of the present mouth, and to say that I am a CANDIDATE for re-elettir i. I resplecfully request the vote:- of all ratelpavers who are satisfied with the ser vices rendcired by me during the time I have had tie honor of representing you at the Council table. Faithfully Yours, GEo. GRIFFETI. Shire of AMornington. TO TIlE RATE1'AYERS. LAblEES AND GENTLEMEN, - The tleriod for which we have been elected haisving expired. we take this opportunity of ag.in io...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 August 1909

TYABB., The many friends of Mrs Lester, the local post and station mistress, will be sorry to know thac she isatill very ill. Having sufficiently recovered from her recent attack of pleurisy to be allowed to sit up for a while, she did so,and evidently caught a fresh chill, which brought about a relapse. Since Saturday last Mrs Les ter has been very ill indeed, Dr. Griffeth ` her medical attendant, having occasion to requisition the services of a trained nurse. Hope is freely expressed for her safe re-. :overy, as Mrs Lester is very well liked and respected here.

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Wedding Bett[?] CALDWELL—CRAIG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 August 1909

CALDWELL-CRAIG. The marriage of Mir John (Jack) Caldwell, of "Ferndale" Gilderoy, Warburton, sixth son of the late Rev. Jas. Caldwell, of "Glen Bank," Mor nington, to Miss Agnes (Sissy) Craig, youngest daughter of Mr William Craig, of "J1loyaver" Grantville, Souh Gippsland, was soletmnised at Scots' Church, Melbourne, on Wednesday, July 28th.. the Rev. Frank M1ilne, of College Church, Parkville, being the officiating Minister. The bride (who was attired in a simple brown walking costume) was given away by her father, and was accompanied by her two briesnimaids, Miss Sarah Caldwell, youngest sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Annie Campbell, a daughter of the Craig family's nearest netghbours in Gippsland, and an intimate girl friend of her own. Tihe bridegroom was supported by 1 r David Craig, brother of the bride. After the marriage ceremony was completed, the wedding guests, who numbered about sixty, adjourned to the Victoria Coffee Palace, where they were hospitably en tertained ...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

TYABB. Football is o?ver for the local. 'club this year, uiless 'ally match may . be arrauged as'a wind-up of the season. Perhaps the winners of last Saturd*y's semi final may like a ''p-actice" match next week, as one ur two of the clubs in the' Association seem tj regard their engagements with Tyabb as "mere practice 'games." Although the local club is not overburdened with the spoils of victory, it has car ried out the purpose for which it: was formed, i.e., to.give present juniors a chance of becoming proficieut future seniors. By sticking to the Association and carrying out all its engagements, in spite of its numerous: defeats; the local club has showni a true spirit of sport, and if the "practice" games have been of any value to the ultimate winners of the premiership of the P'eninsula, the club is sati-fied that .it has done some little good by its exist ence. Whilst on the subject of football, one cab hear nothing but grateful expressions regarding the generous way in which...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

SOM ERVILLE. The fruit season throughout the Feriinsula has Ibeen an exceedingly pro fitable one to most growers, the crop being a heavy ,n, and the prices a fair avera-te. There are still a good number of cases of fruit held back and grow-rs are obtaining up to 8/ per case for good scuff. The nurserymen have also had a splendid season, most of them having entirely sold out of young trees, and having had to refuse orders for thousands of nursery strock. On Sunday last thl ]Rev. A. P. M3ac faulane conducted the" In lemoriam ' service of the late Mrs G-orge Clarke, senr., in the local Chur-h of England. The church was appropriately draped, and there was a very large conge gation. Special music for the service was r-utders( l by the choir.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Make Your District Known. Concerning some parts of the district. news comes but seldom. 'ihis is not the fault of the Editor, for hehas no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the areaof circulation. It is the tault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the mat ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your di. trict, will YOU try on the lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your town-hip or neighberhood, suchas weddings, deaths, accidents, con certs, matter's tuching the industties. etc. Write your namne n some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Do not bother about grammar or spell ing ;it is the Editor's work to look after these trifles. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, but let criticism a:one

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Mornington Operatic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Mornington Operatic Society. A most enthusiastic meeting of the members and officials of the above society was held on Wednesday night last at the Church of England school room, which was well filled. The Rev. W. sandiford was elected chair man and on opening the proceedings the Vicar dwelt upon the gigantic success of the first performance of the Society and the way in which it had awakened such interest in Mornington and district. He added that with all due respect to the members, that, with 'out the aid of so able musician, con ductor and tutor as Mr Doree, Morn ingt?n would never have known what it was capable of, and he heartily con Sratulated the members on their ex cellent performance. He also said he. was much gratified with the financial success of the entertainment, about £20 being handed over to the Church funds. It was then put to the meet ing and unanimously agreed upon that a second Operatta be put into re hearsal and many names were-handed in from ladies wishing to be...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

MUCROCDUC. The first appearance of Sprin: his now commenced with some settled' weather, the days being much longer, and the native birds whistling more merrily. The grass has already made some growth, and crops are changing their color to a deeper green. Every thing promises an early Spring. The cherry tre es are now in full bloom, and some variety, f pear trees are bursting forth into flower. Pruning is being pushed on with, now that the weather has become ca'mn. and endurable. Ploughing operations have again com menced in earnest, and with a lively and willing team, some of our plough men are giving good aciount 'of- each day's work, although the land as yet is somewhat boggy. In such a state, there is nothing gained by working. it, cropping it, and the future success of the district as a profiable farming ana stock raisug centre, lies in good break winds, and a thorough system of under ground drainage. In some places the former is already coming into favor, and in others, the lat...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. DISTRICT news, and other items, will be found on our fourth page. THua Moorooduc Progress Association will meet on Saturday, as per advertise ment, at Mfr R. Wilkinson's residence. WE have received a letter concerning thbemanagement of th'e H.HI.C., Tyabb, but as no good would be served by pub lishing same, we refrain from inserting it. MR D. McIntosh, opthalmic optician, will visit Frankston professionally on Thursday next, September 1st., and may be consulted at Fairleigh House or Balla Crane. Is this issue Major Campbell invites tenders (retuinable September, 11) for fencing at Amgsfield Park. Specifications may be seen at T. Ritchie and Co.'s, Frankston, and at J. B. Tait's Morning ton. Tue secretary of the Frankston and Hastings shire is having difficulty in collect ing rates in several iestanoc - The public are reminded thb-t municipalities bave stringent powc:, to enforce the payraent of both gcueral and dog rtts. A Goon supply of fish has been sent from ±I...

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The Camp, Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

The Camp, 'Frankston. The second meeting was held in the Camp this week, and owing to the pr" sident suddenly becoming indisposed, the proffered services of Mr Charles Dormer were accepted, who, after ex pressing regret for the president, made a most interesting ar.d instructive speech, urgitng the membersto continue their i" terest; and success was certain to crown the.refforts. Mr Charles fol lowed, and again proved he was doing his utmost to supply the members with some valu'ble hterature. The secretary, John 1Marr, also voluntarily presented the society with some useful books. Owing to several men leaving to accept more remunerative employ ment, the ,committee have made the necessary ,alteration.i:.fillinga their gRiieonf fdtiarioius t conmmttees, viz, Charles iDormer, for the " Slashers," Enry 'Awkius the "Mattocks;" the latter for'merly represented another branch of the association. One gentleman wishes publicly to thank the local baker for his gratuitous ser vices on several ...

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) SFOOTBALL. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,-In your issue of August 14th a writer signing himself "Balnarring," asks "Where is the sport in the Morn ington football club ?" and if' they will ever learn to play a hard game in a friendly, manly spirit. I don't hold a brief for the Mornington players and am only casually acquainted with two or three of them, the rest I don't know. They are about the lightest" team in the Peninsula Association, and in the matches I have seen them play they have, with the exception of one man, always played the game in a fair and manly spirit, but I cannot say the same of some of the other clubs In the Association. In reference to um pires; "Balnarring" considers Scott and Noon better than Porteous. Porteous knows the game, will stop rough play, and'can control the play ers; the others can do neither. The fact of the .heavier men being allowed to r...

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THE ELECTIONS. TWO RETIRING COUNCILLORS DEFEATED. SOME CLOSE CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

THE ELECTIONS. TWO E EIRING COUNCILLORS ,DEFEATED. SOME CLOSE CONTESTS. Considerable interest has been evinced in the Peninsula Municipal elections this year, and there have been. an unusually large number of candidates for the vacant seats. In both the FliudersandKanger ong and Frankston and Hastings shire. there were two contests to one unopposed re-election, whilst in the Mornington shire there were four candidates for the three vacancies. Taken on the whole, the majorities secured by those elected were larger than generally anticipated.

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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

We{TER TIME TABLE - .MORI ,NGTO P.N- : , I(,ELOURNE TO FRANK TON, p.ml. p.m, p.m, a m n;. am. Sats. 8ats. 1Sat. p.m. p.m p.m. p.m only ox. lelb,?1 lp. 7.49 810 12.20 1.12 1.18 435 530 020 11,85 ('rrnin O.11 023 1.50 2.2!0 282 5,t4 6.23 7.20 12.41 F'kcton, arr. 9.,22 0 34 1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 0.34 7.40j 12.55 P'RA, ICi 'ON TO MI lLBOUK NB, SatP, Sati. a.m a.m. a,m., m nm p.m. ,m. p.m. p.m. Frankstoo, dop, 7.12 8 30 9 35 1.17 2.10 3, 8,8 0.8 8.20 Carrum 7.23 841 0,51 1 21 2,d2 314 3.10 0,24 8 31 Molbou.no, arr, 8,32 9.4,8 110 2.87 8.42 4.25 4,80 7,34 9.12 - MELBOURNE TO F?KNKST)N. SusnDATs. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m elb., dep, 10.53 .25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12.4 3.34 7.13 1039 Fkston, arr. 12.15 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MELBOUTNE. SUNDAYS, a.m. p.m. p.m p.m. Frankston, dep. 9 20 4.23 8.8 Carrum 933 4.31 7.18 8.19 Melbourne, arr. 10.42 5.42 8.26 9.27 MELBOURNE TO MOBNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... 1.1S 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.23 6.23 Frankston, arr ... 2.48 9.3, 634 d...

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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CONTINUE their subscriptions. 2. If Subscribers order the discontin iance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until ARREARS are paid, 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicala ;o be discontinued, 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NOTICE tO the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking It. otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri ber will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

LANCWARRIN The local Progress Association con tinues to keep a watchful eye over 1 matters pertaining to the mutual bene fit. of this district. At its meeting on MIonday evening last it was decided to direct the Cranbourne councils atten tion to works of importance in this locality, the Association offering to contribute in labour towards same. At the same meeting several works were reported as having been carried out by that body for the mutual bene- - fit and pleasure of all" residents of the district. The last working bee at the tennis court was 'well ;tended. Mrs J. Clakr very kindly provided afternoon tea. The crops in the low lying land are suffering from the continued wet weather. With the exception of those sown in new land, the crops' here are not up to the average ; and where the land has been sown with oats three years in succession the failure is marked. .r V. P. Goode has invented an imiroved'slasher, which-has impressed a Melbourne' firmnso\, much -that :they have forw...

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Carrum Progress Committee. IMPORTANT PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Carrum Progress Committee. IMPORTANT PROPOSALS. The Carrum Progress Committee held its monthly meeting at the Mia Mia on Wednesday, 18th August. There was a fair attendance of mem bers, and Mr R. W. Jones presided. The minu:es of the previous meeting, which were duly confirmed, showed that some of the business had been held over. The chairman invited con sideration of the matter of debentures to be issued towards the erection of a MecLbanics'-Institute; c ;:It:shad :been previously decided that the amount to be raised should be £250, but on a canvass of the district having been made it was feared that the full sum could hardly be raised. A suggestion was made that the dimensions of the proposed building should be reduced, and the amount to be raised reduced to £150: The treasurer reported that they had promises of £143 now in hand. As some of those present took a more hopeful view regarding the question, it was resolved to put off a final decision till a meeting on the 28th inst. Wi...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE. RETIRING COUNCILLORS REELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

MORNINGT' N SHIRE. RETIRING COUNCILLORS RE ELECTED. Great interest was manifested in Mor nington, and the heaviest pollingforlsome years was recorded. There were four candidates nominated for the three vaclincies, and the poll resulted in the three old candidates being returned, showing that the ratepayers had every confidence of them. The vote-s showed sound judgment inplacing-Crs Flood and: Maile6"o lose together at the head ; 6ffthe poll, whilst it ispleasing to. gee a straight forward representative like Cr:Francis regain his seat. On account of the heavy polling, which included a great number of postal votes, the official declaration was not made till 10 past 5, when theireturninig officer (Cr R. Nunn) after a few brief remarks, announced (the following re sult : George Flood ... .... 233 - Thomas Male ....... 232 Edward Paul Francis ... 195 William Curwen Walker - 193 Cr Flood was received with great cheer ing,and thanked the ratepayers for plac ing him at the top of the poll,...

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FOOTBALL. Peninsula Association. FIRST SEMI-FINAL. BALNARRING BEAT MORNINGTON. A HARD FOUGHT GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

FOOTBALL. - Peninsula Association. FIRST SEMI-FINAL BALNARRING BEAT MORN INGTON. A HARD FOUGHT GAME. Balnarring and Mornington met at Somerville on Saturday, to compete for the honour of playing-off with the winners of the Somerville Hastings match next Saturday for the Premier ship for the season. There was a large gathering of supporters of both teams to cheer their respective favor ites, whilst spectators also attended from all the surrounding districts. The ground was in fair order considering the rain that had fallen during the week. Mornington, after their easy defeat of Hastings, were favorites at the start of the game, but were un suited by the heavy going, and after the first quarter, the Balnarring chaps got ahead and kept there, winning a splendid tussle by 37 points to 26. Porteous umpired a somewhat difficult game fairly well. An objectionable feature was the thoughtless way the barrackers: crowdedd ·on- the Ž-playing arena and at times interfered with the play. The ump...

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Women's Best Friend [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

.Women's 1Best Friend Women who value health should never be without Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. Nurses and Doctors recomurnr d theem, and thousands of women who a ow enjoy health and strength owe their rescue to this won derfui remedy. Wunim-n in every sphere of lOf-, of every ace, and every condition, have proved the wonderful curative tand corrective influenlces of these pills. Year s ago, pills were the medicine of the poor only. To day, thn irllieacy of Dr. Alorse's Indian Itoit. Pills to overcoulll the colnlronl ail mernts, ard ic-tore he-dth and ha) pi ness to sick aind allig woimenr,, has convinced riot only the working sec tion of the populat? in, but the wives alld daugh:ers of the more wealthy, professional, and independeun classes, that Dr. Morse 's Inoan Root Pills are woman's best fri. nd. They establish r.t gular and healthy visitations, which is so essential to good health, purify the Blood, giving the skin a clean and beautiful appia)rance, and keep the Bowels, Li...

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