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

Professional Notices. FRIAN:KSTON Pii(TOGRAPHIC ...... STUDIO....... MARK BR ODY, Photographer. Groups. dnimal _ fr. and .......... ............... Post Cards a Speciality. . Gr.ups, rec.. etc. . Studio, Bay-st. FRANKSTON WV. LOJ3J, ESTA.TE. STOCK, AND GENERAL AG ENr. MAIN STRtEET'1' MIOUNIN GTOtZ. A;GENT F("1: C1.3IZsrCI.'r . U1t4O2 FIPRr FREQUENT ESNqUIIIES -for FARMS & ORCHARDS LARGE ,.~~ SMALL. Owners please send parutculars W. LOBB, -MAIN r> fI'hET, MOR I NG'1'ON. E. . . , A e. MARiT i. General Storekeepers and Wine and Soirit Merchants. SOMERVILLE. Oun sIOTTo-Qutlity erosbuned with cheapnes. Drapery, Boots, Shoe-s. &c., at lowest price;. Chaff. Gr:ain, and A'tificial Manures. AJ lines of patent ul-'icrlne. sto.ked. I 1DJAL SOuLICITED ROLLAND FRASER, - SURGEON - - DENTIST. - 15 TOORAK ROAD, (Opp,.te Ch'rist Churcl.), -SOUTH YARRA. l'rahra:l and Toorak Tra.ts pass Door. .. 4 xi. from Sth. Y,.at :.ttion... Try?:? H. H. C HESSHIRE, KEW NURSERY, - KEW, VIC. -For ...

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

NOTES. Porteous umpired the game well. Buckley's marking was a treat to watch. The Hastings.Somerville match takes place at Mornington to day. Balnarring is a fine manly. team and play a good game of football. Mornington ground is in very good order. Somerville are confideint of being in the final. A special train will convey the Hastings and Somerville teams to Mornington. A complimentary social will be given to the Mornington team early next month by the lady supporters. The special will leave Hastings at 1.30 arriving at Mornington at 2.45 and returning at 6.10 p.m. Mornington accept their defeat in a sportsmanlike manner by admitting that the best team won. Mornington played a good game, but were outclassed in marking by their tall opponents. Jenkins, Slater, F. Schleebs, Harrap and Parry missed very easy shots for Mornington.. On Balnarring's play on Saturday, they are lookod upon as a "cert." for the premiership. Only one man in the Balnarring team was under 12 stone. Their av...

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

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited ."n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only lKpt ................... Small Goods of "Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Notice to, Readers. •rHERE is no doubt that many events L in the outlying districts are un recorded. We will be pleased if readers willfurnish 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 theirinsertlon. Correspondents will p]ease write on one side of paper oNrT IRVH$ S HOT & C. . - -. _ SEA WATER BATHS'. * r ` 'Hot) IR V 1N'E'S ROYAL BATHES. (cold) MORNINGTON OP E'N DAILY from S rnrise to Sunset.. HOT 'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS ixNTLsMIn ... ... - - ... .. Prom 0 a.m....

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

Public Notices PAINLESS DENTISTRY.. To the Residents of Frank sttn and surrounding Districts S, S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist -AND DENTAL PHYSICIAN, Late DLemuniotrator on Dentistry of 12o BOURKE STREET (I pp. Ea-tern Market) MELBOURNE, WILL VISIT FRANKSTON AT Prince of WVales Hotel. On dates to be announced. Intoedis:: P'atient- cin rely upon having the tl -t di: cult teetl.--no matter how badly hbrkent. decayed. or buried stumps extracted Absoultely Without Pain Or that terrible wrench, with no after effects. It is not often that Country patients are visited by such a ! CDE31E Dentist by ex aminali, .. th n r,suhly up-to-date and hav ing on:e l the largest practices in Mel bourne. This vi-it is for the ptrpose of advertis ing thie pa:ielC:s ilethods of Dentistry as performed by a Modern and recognised ex perienced city )Dentist. There will be Ino charge for consultations Gold Fillings. GolI Tecth. Artificial Teeth and all descriptions of Den.i.-try at Modern fees. Thercfore placing Hi...

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

' The quick results of Chamberlain'sl Tab . lets innthe cure of Bilousness, and prompt relief of all its symptoms is something un equalled by any other . medicine. They Cleanse the stomach, clear out and gently stimulate the liver, drive away: every symp tomof pain, distress and discomfort. For sale by all storekeepers. i RTISERS and correspoddents are remin d that all: communnications in tended or insertion in' the STANDARD should r ach the office not later than:by Fri lay ing's letter delivery at Frank ston. \ ,GRAND HOTEL, MOININGTON. (Close to Railway Station). LOUIS HARRISON, Proprietor. Lord Ryron says :-".If a man won' let us know he is alive he is dead, or should be WHISKIES :-SCOTfil-Buchanan's (per bottle), 4s Sd; Usher's Special 4s Sd Walker's. 4. 3d and 2s 6d :'Waleer's Special, 4s Sd and 2s 9d; Watson's No. 10. 4s 8d Dewar's Imp. Liquer. 4s Cd; Bulloch Lade, 4s 3d; Beggs' 4s 6d; Dewar's Bulk Specially Selected, mild, mellow, and finely matured Strathcona blend, 49 btle ...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25TH. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Hastings on Wednesday, when there were present -Crs Baxter (President), Gamble, Sherlock, WVoodhouse, Perrott, Hod gins, Murray, Griffeth, and Cole. CORRIESPONDELCE. From Public Health Dep rin ment, acknowledging receipt of report re specting the Methodist Church, Hast ings, and forwarding copy of letter sent to the secretary of the Church as follows :-"It is reported that the Methodist Church, Hastings, is in an unsafe condition, owing to the walls having cracked through settlement in the fourdations, the north-west corner of the building being in the wor.-t con ditiou. Steps must be immediately taken to put the building into a safe state of repair, and information must be forwarded to the Board as to the manner in which it is proposed to carry out the work' in connection therewith."-Received. From F. C. PerroLt, Hastings; ask gi perinissi.in to remive timnber and scr...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. ANNUAL MEETING. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

Frankston New Year's * Day Sports. ANNUIAL MEETING. K SUCCES:F U YE ARa.? '"- The annual meeting in conneciion with the above sports was held in the Frank stun Mechanics, on Monday of last week when there was a good attendance, the following being present :- Messrs Slier. lock, (oh ir), T. Ritchie, Bat s, Sheridan, O.ates. itichardson, M. W\illiams, l. McComb, Patterson, Stevenson, C. G. V. Williams, Cuthbert, Beale, J. Williams, Dalman, Chamberlain, F. Jolly, Marsh, and W.Pettit. After the minutes of the previous annual meeting and adjournments had been read and confirmed, the balance sheet was read, showing receipts amlount ting to £'4 a5s id, anid a credit b:alance over the sports of £15 odd. The sum of £11 15s lhad since been repaid to erm bers who had advanced proportionately the previous 'deficiency of ;19 oddt, and with bank charges, stationery, present to secretary, etc., there remnaied a credit balance of lid. The statement w:as con sidered satisfac:ory, a,.d the success of...

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

FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. For the North Riding seat there were two candidates-Cr. H. Gamble (retiring) and Mr T. Ritchie. For months past there bad been talk of a contest, but who the aspir:ug candidate would be was not definitely known till a fortnight or so ago. The name of Mr A. Patterson was freely mentioned and this gentle man had practic ally decided to stand. However, a numer ously signea requisition was presented to M~r T. Ritchie, who allowed himself to be nominated, and Mr Patterson stood down. With definite assurance of a contest, both candidates commenced. to, work hard and. instituted a thorough canvass. 'Cr. Gamble, a tactful and capable represen tative, with eight years service behind him, was considered to have an excellent chance of re-election, wh:lst Mr ttitchl's friends worked energetically in his In terest, and calculated on his return. Both gentlemen andressed the ratepayers on Monday night, and perhaps it would have been better had they not done so, for per sona...

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A Great Cricketer. MR J. CONWAY'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

A Great Cricketer. MR J. CONWAY'S DEATH. Mr John Conway, at one time a very prominent cricketerand footbailer, died at his residence, Mr T. Ritchie's house on the Melbourne road, Frankston, on Sunday. Mr Conway was 66 years of age, and for some two or three years had lived quietly at Frankston, where he was known as a genial and good natured fellow, full of reminiscences of his earlier days of football and cricket in Australia and England. He acted as manager to the first Australian eleven that visited England, and was one of the most business like and   popular manager that any teams since have had. Mr Rickman of Frankston (himself an old first class   cricketer) was a personal friend of the deceased gentlema, and recollects him     visiting Mr Rickman's father's place   at Liverpool when in charge of the Australian team. In an interesting sketch of Mr   Conway's career in Monday's "Herald," "Old Crickete...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 August 1909

FLINDERS AND -KANGERONG SHIRE. There were two contests for the three vacancies. In the East riding, Cr. Davies was re-elected unopposed. For the Centre riding the candidates were Messrs Nelson Rudduck and A. V. Shaw, the latter being the retiring member. It will be remem bered that last year M'r Rudduck had a very close contest with Cr. Sharp, who only gained the seat with two votes to spare. The contest was conducted on fair lines, and the result was a good majority infavour of Mr Rudduck. This gentle man should prove a worthy councillor having a lengthy experience of the dis trict's requirements, as well as being one possessed of sound business qualifications. The voting was as follows: Rudduck. Shaw. Flinders ... 52 41 Dromana ... 47 38 Red Hill ... 33 8 137 87 IMajority for Rudduck, 50. In the West riding, Cr E. Clarks' re election waslopposed by 'Messrs J. Crich ton, and D. Macf:arlan. and considerable interest w as taken it the'coutest. tThe re suttisas a victory for the retir...

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Worms in Children. A VERY PREVALENT COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Worms in Children. A VERY PREVALENT COM PLAINT. In very young children much of the irritation and fretfulness is often due to the presence of worms. Restless ness, fitfulness, sudden starts and wetting the bed during sleep, hard ness and fulness of the belly, irregular movements of the bowels, excessive secretions of saliva from the mouth, are invariably indications of the irritation caused by worms. In older children the same symptoms are present, but more distinctly de fined. Grinding of the teeth, violent movements of the legs and arms, and undue flow of saliva, which causes frequent efforts to swallow. The bowels are irregular. The breath is usually fowl, and the child is languid and peevish. The tongue preter naturally red or alternately red, and covered with a white slimy mucus. A short, dry cough; emaciation, slow fever, irregular pulse, and- sometimes convulsions. Loss of appetite fre quently alternates with a craving for food. Indeed, the latter symptom is most pronounced i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Sir,--n the interest of Peninsula football I beg to draw attention to the manner in which the business of the Association is being conducted. Al though no protest had been entered against the winners of the first semi final, some of the delegates as sumed the right of objecting to certain players and enlivened the proceed ings on Saturday evening by making a most determined effort to outvote Balnarring on Hearsay evidence. There is ample provision made in the rules for protests, and I feel sure the great nmajority of players would be opposed to granting the delegates any greater facilities for upsetting the result of matches. I think, Sir, that the sooner we get back to the 61d sys tem of conduicting football on this Peninsula the better for all concerned. -Yours. &c., "RETIRED FOOTBALLER." Flinders, 1/9/09.

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FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

FOO r BALL. TO Till- EDITOiR OF TIII- STANDARD. Sir,-"Onlooker," in last week's STA.xDAln, has th own very little light on the question "Where is sport in the Mornington football club?" Per haps the issue of the semi-final played at Somerville will do more to reveal Mornington club in its true colours that all the letters "Onlooker" may write. (1.) Mornington chaps made many friends in the semi-final, and were afforded a splendid opportunity to make a dignified exit from the football arena this season. This was lost to them through the objections r.ised by several of their players, and supporters. (2.) If "Onlooker" ex pects the heavier men to tread gingerly when playing against his little fellows, he is asking an unfair advantage. Balnarring would prefer to stand down rather than play the game in a half-hearted manner. (2.) I will leave Dromana and Hastings to de fend thenmselves, but feel it my duty to state that the hardest battle we had this year was on the Dromana ground. Their...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. PE?IXSClIA Cricket Association's meet ing, Frankston cricket club's annual meet ing, and other items appear on our fourth page this issue. MR and Mrs W. P. Mason intend re turning to Frankston, and will reside at " Waupaca," Melbourne road. TENDERS are invited in this issue for grubbing, clearing, and cutting into fire wood a small area of about three acres, for Major Compbell, Amesfield Park, Mornington. OwVIN to an oversight, the name of Robert Nunn, lieturning Officer, was in advertently missed in the advertisement announcing the result of the poll at Mornington in last Saturday's issue. TnE annual meeting of the Frankston H. and A. Society will be held, as per ad vertisemrent, on Wednesday evening next (8th Sept.), when a good attendance is requesied TliE Frankston tennis club has ar ranged to hold a grand plain, fancy, and poster ball on October 2nd. A meeting of members will be held at Mrs Deanc's residence on Saturday evening, Sept. 11. TIE Melbourne Hounds...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

CARSUM. u" The adjourned4mln tihngof tho~tro gress committee was held 'at the Mia Mia, Carrum, on Saturday night, under the presidency 'of Mr R. W. Jones. There was a good attendance of members. The main business of the meeting was to discuss the desir abilityor otherwise ofreducing the issue of debentures for the erection of an institute from £250, which had been originally agreed upon. After some discussion, a decision was arrived at to make the amount raised " not less than £200." This amount will very soon be made up, as a large part of it is subscribed, and some parcels of de bentures have been, we believe, applied for since the meeting. The inhabitants of Carrum are well pleased wiith the result of the election for the South Riding of the Dandenong shire, inasmuch as the poll was a record, and Mr M'Leod's majority of 28 over Mr Keys was quite up to what was expected.

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

LANGWARRIN The recent concert resulted in a pro fit of over £2 to the tennis club. One of our local residents intends to start goat breeding, whilst two new arrivals are about to embark in the poultry-raising line. Regret has been expressed at the defeat of Mr H. Gamble. As a coun cillor of Frankston and Hastings shire he gave a sympathetic aid to all our deputations, and it is hoped he may allow himself to et nominated on some future occasion. 'llie rainfall here has been, a record for some years, MIr Hodgkinson's artificial lake being completely filled.

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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Billiards. The following are the handicaps with draw, for the tournament (250 up) now in progress at the Pier Hotel, Frankston : hep. hcp. J. Cottier 100 v. G. Mitchell 70 Ingwersen 60 v. J. Dent 120 Camrom 120 v. A.Aitken 30bd. B]uckley 70 v. Drown - 140. Sangwell 70 v. S. Young 60 A. . 3 ox 10 v. Kinrade 25 R. Sage 20 bd v. Cuthbert 70 V. Gregory 40 v. McKenzie 10 R. Nicholls 80 v. W. Mills 80 Bourke 80 v. Williams 60 Bloxham 80 v. T. Ritchie 10 D. Ferguson 90 v. W. Schultz 50 bd. A. Andrews 60 v. R. Cottier 90 C.Grant 20bdv. W. Pett ,70~ J.Peters 110 v. J..Mills 10 For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

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The Camp, Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

The Camp, Frankston A young man named Doherty met with a painful accident on Saturday morning last. Whilst in the act of cutting down a tree, the axe slipped, and cut his right leg badly above the knee. Mr Conn immediately ran to the township and hired a c .b to bring the unf,rtunate fellow to the train ; then with assistance from Imany work mates, and the kindness of the station master he was taken to the hospital. The accident cast quite a gloom over the camp. A euchre tournament was held dur ing the week for a much appreciated trophy, selected by a comumittee. Whilst the filal game was being played by Mr John Carson and Mr Charles Henry, the rxcitement was intense, as both gentlemen represent different portions of the camp. To wards the close of the game numbers of men were standing around the tent in which it was being played, and a passing stranger would readi'y con clude the match was for a sheep sta tion. Mr Carson proved the winner, and his good luck met with most hearty app...

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NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

NORTIH SYDNEIT, N.S.W. Mrs A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-street North Sy,'ney, N.S.V., writes: - " My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Di gestive Taliules. Before taking them we were afraid to cat, but now we can eat well, ;tlhout any ill effects afterwards WVecan not praise them too highly, and we recom mend them to anyone suffering with indi gestion" Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure of indi gestion and all Stomach Troubles. Price 2s Gd per tin. Obtainable at E Rudduck's, General Storkeeper, JetLy store, Dromana, Vie.

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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

WD;{TER TIME TABLE FNGTON PEINSUL MORMINGTON PEN.INSULA. M ELBlOURNE TO FRANK+aTON, p.nt. p.m. p.m. a nm a.m. am. Sats. Sts. Pats. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m lell, dop. 7.4 81 i 1220 1,12 1.18 485 510 6.20 11.35 Oln'rmn 0.11 9023 1.,0 2,20 2s32 5,14 6.23 7.20 12.44 'F'keton, nrr. 9,22 384 1,16i 2.,7 2.43 0.55 0.34 7.40! 12.55 S INKSI ON I I' 1TO MIIETBOUItNIO , Sats. Rat'. n.m n.m. n,m. p.m mI., u.ll, p.m. p.m. p.m. . Frankston, dep, 7.12 8 30 0:13 1,17 2.16 8.8 8.8 0.8 8.20 CRarrum 7.23 8 41 0,51 1 28 2,d2 3 14 8,10 0,24 381 j'. Melboume, arr, 8.8 0.48 110 2.37 8,42 4.25 4,0 7,841 0,42 0 01 -Y C 14em- 0 0 0 91 ".§ W3- s»2!4 a^S S^ 1 s"5 aa 4 OCco3CIO, 0as, " 22?CD C ss^, SO N§co 0 0 0 4-,d 1. 4 I1 4-s ++ I+ C 6a 00 a0 ^*? § 0l . to toio o~~ §1 0c Caco 0 N 1oo'^ 1,gs s. L- t- A C4 s a^ ^ co co1' o 1 oL 0 0t I0'D !: 00 't- 0 0 ^ ' 0 b - ,0 a 0 -1 + 1 1 4 P 1, 00 1 s a ill la in Xa 4- OD a M !9 Omi i 5 ai ? -6 C). 4 00 4-0 000 00 000 +e 6 0u c Ie ý4 cq 0 a2 $,, 114 aocl ý 0 " 8ý4d~~ss ` 144 t...

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