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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 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 uance of their periodicals, the publisher -may continue to arid thbin until ARsEARS are paid, 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are KESPONSIBLE until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals -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 advsnce for a periodical, they a;e bound to .give NOTiCE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to. con tinus taking it. otherwise the publisher is authorised to send "on, and the subscri her will be responsible unloes an -express note, and payment of arrears.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Draughts. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Draughts. On Friday night last the iMt. Eliza draughts club journeyed to Morning ton to try conclusions with the local club, and were successful in winning by 1 I games. Mr W\. Robertson kindly gave the use of hiil large dining-room, and also supplied small tables for each of the pairs, which was very con venient. After the excitement of the match was over, the visitors were in vited to a sumptuous supper supplied by the locals. which was thoroughly enjoyed. Flushed with victory and confident of another win the Mount representa tires visited !' raikston on Tuesday evening, lnt were again beaten. The Frankston teami il:cluded some 'mugs,' some of whom should, however, with practice, deve'op into good players. The Franklston skipper was on the lo',k out for a . soft snap,' but ended by accommodating his opponent in that direction, the local crack not winning a game. Scores : Frainkston Wise. Dr:aws. Mt Eliza Wins Dalman 2 1 Kent 1 E. '1-Comb 1 0 Moseley 2 Sherlock u 1 It. Walker 2 S. ...

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

NOTES. The Frankston Rovers will play a match against the \Vilndsor club this (Saturday) afternoon, on the local ground. In the evening a dance will be held in the Mrechl.ni i' Institu'e. \Many of the visitors will be present, and the music will be supplied by cue of their number. The tariff is reason able. lady and gent 2:-, single gent 1 , single lady 1 -, and an enjoyable even ing should result.

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

MORNINGTO.N. points. 1-t ... ... 8 2nd : ..": .. 26. 3rd ... ... 32 4th ..- ... 65A 5th ... .. 20" 6th ... ... 8 7th ... ... 1 8th ... .. 0. 9th ... ... 26 10th ... ... 19 11th ... ... 20 12th ... ... 70 13th ... ... 4 14th ... ... 3 15th ... ... 11 16th ... ... 1 19th ... .. 63 20th ... ... 137 21st ... ... 1 23rd ... ... 1 24th ... ... 16 25th ... ... 1 , 29th - ... ... 21 " 30th ... ... 4 31st% .. ... 2: Total ... ... 5.88in. Rainfall since 1st January, 1909, . 21.18 inches.

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

The Rainfall. The tegisterothroughout the Penin sula districts for August was a heavy one, considerably above the average. At Cape Schanck the fall was 624 points, ag.;inst a., avr.,te for August of 271; at. Hastit gs with an average of 297 points, 690 were registered. The following particulars have been supplied to us :- FRANKSTON. SAl Mark Brody reports as follows for the month of August: points. 1st ... ... 12 2nd ... ... 34 3rd ... ... 43 4th ... ... 40 5th ... ... 22 6th ... ... 7 9th ... ... 19 10th ... ... 24 11th ... .. 23 12th ... ... 53 14th ...- ... 4 15th ... ... 12 16th ... ... 1 19th ... ... 40 20th ... ... 147 22nd ... ... 4 24th ... ... 24 29th ... ... 26 31st ... ... 47 Tut, l ... ... 5.75in. August 1908, 1.87 in.

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Federal Association. MORDIALLOG v. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

I-ederal Association. MORDIALLOO v. CHELTENHAM. One of the semi-final matches in which great interest was taken took place on the Brighton cricket ground on Saturday between the Cheltenham and Mordialloc clubs, who had tied in a game at Ormond during the previous week. Four dr?u, loads of barrackers atrrlved from M3ordialloc, and vehicles of all descriptions brought others from Cheltenhamn, Moorablin. Bentleigh, Ormond and GIlnhuntly; £15 was taken at the gate by the association. The match was all in favor of Chellten h:an, who won by 5.8.to8.6. : Another ga, ne has to be lil?od -neat Saturday betwten EllindaJe lO'rmond) and Cheltnlham, which will be the final if Cheltenlham wins, hit if Cheltenham loses, as the leaders in the lirst round it can challenge again ti a deciding contest.

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

MOOROODUC. The climatic conditions of late have been very changable, fromheavy rains, that caused much damage to the roads and crops, to fine warm weather, qaite out of season, and back again to winter's cold. We are passing along rapidly into Spring, and already that gentle touch is creeping over, giving us much longer and brighter days, the birds sing more heartily, the plum trees are a mass of blossom, and present a pleasing appearance in the orchards and plots where theyhave been p'anted as breaks and shelter. The pastures are also changing their appearance from bareness to a refreshing growthy green, and stock of all descriptions are beginning to kick up their heels, and to do without artificial feeding. Pigs, which have for the last three or four years been rather low in price, have at last taken a decided rise in values, and several lots of porkers and suckers sold readily at Dandenong last Tuesday. On Saturdy evening, as per adver tisment, the above Progres Association held ...

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WOODLUPINE, W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

WOODLUPINE, W.A. Mr Thos. Hepworth, P.O.. Woodlupine. W.A.. writes as follows :-'- I am a timber mill hand, and have been working at Wor sley, near Collie. I caught a bad cough twelve months ago. 1 used to cough until I felt quite exhausted, and a friend of mine in Perth sent me a large bottle of Dr. Shel don's New Discovery, and the effect was marvellous. After taking only a dose of it I'went to bed, and, strange to say, never coughed once inthe night, and by the time I had taken half a bottle (which was three days), I was back at work again, and now there is always a bottle of it in the house I might mention I had a doctor attending me for a fortnight. but without success." Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds is an unequalled preparation for the cure of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. IP ice. 1/6- and 3,- per bottle. Obtainable at E. Rudduck, General store keeper, Jetty store, Dromana, Vie.,

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THE SEASON'S AVERAGES. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

THE SEASON'S AVERAGES. BATTING. Runs Ings H sc'r nout avg Baxter jun ... 782 16 118 o 48.8 J Box ... 282 1I 52 1 28.2 A Box .... 370 18 04 1 21.7 Robertson ... 267 16 77" 3 205 Kennedy ... 222 14 58 1 17.7 Burton ... 194 16 39' 4 16.1 Aitken .. 137 12 29* 3 15.2 Deane ... 158 15 26 3 13.2 Shannon ... 143 14 45 3 1.03 Sangwell ... 62 7 27 x1 10.3 O Pettit ... 29 7 Ix' I 4.8 Harley ... 53 14 14' 1 4.1 ' Signifies not out. BOWLING. Runs wkts balls avg H Robertson ... 194 25 454 7.7 Baxter jun ... 433 52 1079 8.3 T Deane .- 432 46 966 93 A Box ... 119 8 183 148 Burton ... 95 6 162 158 CATCIES. Harley 9, Baxter jun. 8, Robertson 6, A Box 6, j Box 5, Deane 4, Aitken 3, Shannon 3, Pettit 1, Kennedy I, Kemp I, Sangwell I.

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Franskton Cricket Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Frankston Cricket Club. ANNUAL MEETING. There was the largest attendance for years at the annual meeting of the Frankston Cricket Club, held at Frankston House on Saturday even ing last, the following being present. -Messrs Robertson, Baxter, Box (2), Deane.(2), Cummins, Connell, Young, Pettit (2), Benson, McKenzie, Shan non, Aitken, Batterham, and Dr Max well. Mr W. Richardson occupied the chair till the election of president. The balance-sheet showed an ex penditure of B£11 8s 2d, leaving a debit balance of £1 7s Id. This was adopted, together with the secretary's report. The elec'ion of office-bearers was responsible for a good deal of dis cussion, and a couple of ballots, and finally resulted as follows : President, Dr. G. Maxwell; vice presidents : Messrs Richardson, Wade, Jackson, T. Ritchie, Booth, G. Grice, Taylor, Sherlock, and W. McAe rthur ; parons: Messrs C. G. V. WVilliams, WV. Schultz, J. Sheridan, E. L. Vail, and Tetley; secretary, Mr B. Baxter, junr.; treasurer, Mr A...

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Peniusula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Penlusula Court Fixtures for 19.09 DRO.IANA.-(T'uesdys, p m.)-Jan nary 5th, February 9th, March 16th April 19th, May 25th, June 29th August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, ?nvemter 16th. FRANKS ON. - (Mondays, 10.15 a.m.) P.M.'s days-February 1st, March 8th. April 12,h, May 17th. June 21st, July 26th, August 30th, Octoser 4th, Nov ember 8th. MORNINGTON.-(Tlbursdays, 9 a m,) January 7th, February 11th. mtarch 18th, April 22nid, May 27th, July 1st, August 5th, September 9th, October 14th, Noverhber 18th. SORRENTO.-( WVednesdays, 10: a.ih.) SJanuary Gth, Fabrunry 10th, "March 17th, April 21st, Ifay 26th,June 30.b, August 4'h.' September 8th. Octobdr 13th, -November 17th. Mr Waltez Trafford, Pharmaceutical Chemist~ by Exam., High-street, West Maitland, N S ,, writes: "'I have had over 25 years active and practical experi ence in leading English and Colonial Phar macies, and am convinced that of all the numerous cough medicines, ,none has given greater satisfacti a than Chamberlain's C...

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday.-Before Messrs P. Cohen, P.M., and Crawford and Williams J's.P. SCHOOL OASES. Frank Burleigh was charged with not sending his boy to school the re quired number of days pi-r month. The father said his boy had suffered from sore feet and could not get his boots on, hence his absence. He lived two miles from the school at Carrum. The Bench, who remarked on the boy's apparent b:ad,state of health, accepted the father's excuse. Mary O'Neill was similarly charged, and was fined 2s in two c tses. DETr. Tombs v. Bunny.-Adjourned till September 27th. ARREARS. William Marshall was again charged with failing to comply with order made for the support of his children by the State. Marshall is at present in the Melbourne Hospital, and a let-. ter was received from that institution stating he was unable to attend and was in a low. state of health. The Bench ordered that the arrears (£32 15s) be struck off, and Marshall given a fresh start. OLD AGE PENSION...

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Peninsula Cricket Association. BE-FORMED FOR THE SEASON. VALUABLE TROPHY LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Peninsula Cricket Association. RE-FORMED FOR THE SEASON. VALUABLE TROPHY LIKELY. A meeting of delegates of the above was held at Somerville on Tuesday evening when there were present: Messrs Noble and Baker (Tyabb), Martin and Keast (Somerville), Pettit and Baxter (Frankston), and Myers (Balnarring). MIr Noble was voted to the chair. The Frankston club. was officially declared Premiers of last season, and congratulated on the successful per formance. The delegates acknow ledged the congratulations, and re ferred to the keenness which prevailed amongst all the clubs, and the enjoy able character of the games played. It was decided to continue the as sociation 'competition on the same lines as last season. It was announced by the hon. secretary (M1r Keast) that he had promises of donations of two guineas each from two gentlemen to wards a trophy for the coming sea son, and was hopeful of raising the amount to ten guineas; and thus pro viding something substantial for the winners. The ...

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

Professional Notices. FRANKSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC ...... STUDIO....... MARK BROODY, Photographer. Groups, Animal Life, and ............ ............... Post Cards a Speciality. I . Grcopu, ere., etc. . Studio, Bay-st. FRANKSTON TW. LOBB, ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STRI.ET, MORNINGTON. AGENT FOIR CO7CI·ERCIAL UNION FIRE FREQUENT ENQUIRIES -for FARMIIS & ORCHARDS LARGE AND SMALL. Owners pleaso send particulars W. LOBB, MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. E. A. & A F. MAR TI . General Storekeepers , nd Wine and Spirit Merchants, SOM ERVI LLE. OUa ,IoTTo-Quality combined with cheapness. Drapery, Boots, Shoes. &c., at lowest priers. Chaff. Grain, and Artificial Manures. Al lines of patent medicines stocked. A TRIAL TOLICITED ROLLAND FR ASE , - SURGEON - - DENTIST. - 15 TOORAK ROAD, (Opposite Clhrist Church), -SOUTH YARRA.-- Prahran and Tor.llk Trams pass Door. ..4 rmin. from Sth. Yarra Station... Tryýý H. H. CHESSHIRE, KEW NURSERY, - KEW, VIC, -For IFO ES. CARNATIONS,...

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) THE ELECTIONS. TO THE EDTIOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Our Letter Box. (We .1, 'ot neces: rily identtfy our?.lres with lie olpnions exp.ressed 1 y correspondents) Till: ILECrIONS. To 'ITHE EDITOR 01' TIIIE STANDARII) Sir,-Tn two previous issues of your paper several letters appeared in refer ence to the West hiding election of the Shire of Flinders and Kangerong. The only reply necessary is that can didates new have sprung from the lair, but the majority stuck to their own " Teddy Bear." Yours, etc., ONE OF.THOSE. [The: ahore letter was not accompanied iby the writer's name, but. lest we be :ccused of partisans;hip, and having given our columns for the expression of Ihe views of all sides. we depart from Ithe general rule in this instance antl plli-rh iour anonymou, friend'r open declaration.-E-l. S.]

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Mornington Peninsula Football Association. ALIVELY MEETING. SEVERAL PROTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

Mornington: Peninsula Football Association. A LIV ELY MEETTIG. SEVERAL PROTESTS. A meeting of the ab',ve was hel: at the G(rand Hotel, Morniinton, itn uurda;y ls, the- Pies dent, Mr L. I [ln rlisn) being in the chair, whilst Mr Hazledine ably fulfilled the secre tarial duties. The following delegates were present :-Messrs J. Grifliths and HI-zledine (Dromana), Hodgets and T. Hutchins (Mornington), I). Buckley and E. Farrell (13a'narring), A. Bartlett (Sorrento), HIodgins antl Peairce (Has ings), \V. Baker and McLi:urin ('Tyabh), IH. Firth and J. 3McLellan (Sonerville). The minutes of the previtus In-et ing wr"t-e read and comtlfirmed on the motion of Messrs .J. Griflitlts and .1eL ?urin. The Presidlnt (1Mr Harrisn) before calling on the secretary to read the correspondence., r-.ferred in a very feeling imanner to the death of M?r Oswin, f.thte-r of tuie 1:lnetiring cap tail and dl-IC-'ate. jLMr lIa.zledinc also eXpretl's-ed regret atl the sad tews, .and. mlo'ved tihat a letter of co...

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

INFLUENZA Io?a?:s IsrLvF. SZA CURE is prepared specially for the Australian climate and the influenza and feverish colds so common here. it is a certain cure for Influenza. lronhitis. Catarrth. and all Chest Affee tions. It has proved itself in thousands of homes throughout Australia. 1/6 and 2/6. All Stores and Chemists. IN.. NGHAM'S ... INFLUENZA CURE Best of caddies Jock M3cShandy. Always has his Remedy handy! '"VWood's Great Peppermint Cure," Said he, "That's the best I'm sure For ye! q- massey.- Harris Red, Bird, & '- f{ Imperial:Cyces. These 'well-known 'Bicycles can now. a1 had "rom our lobel Agent, MR. -J. ,EY NOLIS. A good allowance made on your Second. haind Machines. CASH oR TERMS.' J. BEYNOLDS; .. - Agent , Frankston & District GRAND HOTEL, MORNINOTON (Close to Railway Station). LOUIS -HARRISON., Proprietor. Lord Ilyron says :--" If a man won' let us know he is alive he is dead, or should be WHISKIES :-SCOTCH-Buchanan's (per holttle). 4s Sd; U;har's Speci...

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

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, .amilies \?V.ited ..n for Orders.......... Prime Meat O:ly K ipt................... Small Goods if Every Description Fresh Daily. Uides and Skins Bought.............. Notice to Readers. THERE isno doubt that many events in the outlying districts are uno recorded- We will be pleased if readers will furnish us with the details of any occurrence of public interest for publica tion in THE STANODARD. Notice to Correspondents All communications musat he addressed to the Editor, and not personally to any member of the staff. LengthyV communications must be in the Editor'shands not liter thian the Thurs aay 'preceding publication "day; ' to ensure theirinsertson. Correspondents will please write on one side of paper ONLY . IRVINES HIOT & COL" E A;T'EIIW lflilfll SEA WATER BATHS. l ----~- ,t ~ l. Ill ,'ilifili- - 'Hot) I1R?V INE'S ROYAL BATHES. , (cold) : MORNING TON : OPT~1N DAILY -from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATrIS ALWAYS RRADY. BA...

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

Amusements. rpYABB II.I.C. ProgressiveEUCIIRE TOURNAMENT. T'rophy value 5s to be selected. No entry fee. Satur day, Sept. 11th. A. E. tl.LInst., lion. Sec. LUOOK Out for the Grand IPLAIN. FANCY. & POSTER BAI.- in aid of theF lrankston Tenms Club, in the M!ECHANICS', FRANKSTON. on tr4 Salul:DaY, OcronI:I 2s,,. First-class Music. - Prize for Most Original Costume. S. YocLx(, iHon. See. A D NCiE I TILL t.e held in the Frankston Me chanics TJO-NISIGHT (Saturday), after the Fo otball Match, ROV~EItS v. WLN I nSOt. ADMISSION- Lady and Gent, 2s; Single Gent. lsGd; Single Lady, Is. ....Good Music..... F1:ANKSTON TENNIS CLUB. A GENERAL MEETING of Memli ers will be held at lMrs l)eane's Residencem il SATUlRDAY EVENING. SEPTEM?IBER IlIT! (postponed), at 8 p.m. Business : To arrange- re Fancy Dress Iall. Tournament, etc. A full at tendance is requested. S. Yoruse, Hon. Sec. BALNARRING BRANCH A.N.A. In Celebration of Second Anniversary, on THUIrl ISDAY, SEPT. 30rn, in Bal nar.rin, Il:L.-...

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FOOTBALL. Peninsula Association. SECOND SEMI-FINAL. HASTINGS v. SOMERVILLE. A DRAWN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 4 September 1909

FOOTBALL. Peniisu:la .Association. SECOND SEMI-FINAL." - HASTINGS v. SO.MERVILLE. A DRAWN GAME. Great interiest was centred in the aba.v, tatch, which was plai:tyedl at Mornington oil .atiurtday. The weather proved very unfavorable fur football, for, after a spell of line days, on Saturday rain fell and spoilt what would undoubtaidly have proved "a first class exhibition of football. As it was, the game, tlhounh evenly and stub bornly contet!,'l throuighout, resolved itself into a -cr..m ble a:fter a ball that was as difiecu • to handle as a greasy pig. Bloth team s took the fi-eld without a couille of their best men. In tb:: first qunrter the game was re:mark:ahi for the evenness of the pl:y. and it ws '_evident that a close fimrsh would result. No sooner had thi hall hIen taken to one end than the atl:s ruhbed it away, and in a coup e of minutes the other goal was in dancer. tnIy four points were scored. eachl tc:in st itin'g IVwo. The second teiLrm iwas mu. h in liastings favor, ...

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