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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, -Frankston, Pamilies Waitod on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ............. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Rides and Skins Bought................ Notice to .Reader?.:: q-IREiE i-no doubt rw. many events Sin the : ontulyig dstricts are un recordeL - We ill eto pe?sed if readers .?ill urnish us With the details of: any occunrrence of public interest fori.pn blic lion in THE ST.Al\DA. UD . . ENotice-GO OorrkeStPb delts 311 com mieations mast be addressed .to the Editor, and not personaly: to.any member of the staff: - . .. Lengthy commUnications must be in the Editor's hands not later than the ThureT s day preceding publication 'day, to ensure theirinsertion. . o:n, ".-one . Coriesfondents will pleasewrite..: one side of paper OST aI , {.+ _ = a'r`' :,", G i IRVINE SHOT -& C OL'"L- ,,.a.; ii; i?:.?!i?;a SEA WATER BA THSi 1 ---- - iT s _ , . ... 'Rot) -I? V1E'S IROYAL B ? ATIIS. (Cola) * MORNINGTON OPEN DAILY from .S...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

DEATH. MATSON.-On the 17th September, at the Children's Hospital, Florence Edith (Florrie), dearly beloved and only daugh- ter of Francis and Margaret Matson, of Wingham Park, Frankston. Aged 9 years.-Interred Saturday. Rest in Peace. IN MEMORIAM. In loving remembrance of my dear Father, who departed this life on 15th of September, 1908; also my dear friend, Mrs Lester, died Septem- ber 1st, 1909. Farewell my Father dear, Farewell, adieu to thee adieu, And we, your dearly loved ones, All say farewell to you. -Inserted by his loving Daughter, Mrs Allen, Perth, W.A. ilte Stanbarb. PUBLISHED EVERY BATURTDAY MORNII'G " Nothing extenuate, nor set dowon aught in malice." SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

Thursday, September 30. --2 o'clock. Somerville M3nthly "Sale. HORSES, COWS, PIGS, FOWLS, SUNDRIES. 2 Set- Spring Cart Harness. Covered Express Waggon. TVanted, 10 Good Breeding Sows. Send Entries in. W. P. FAirntA, Auctioneer, Chel tenham. Tanti Market. MIONDAY. OCrOBER 4. ALEX. SCOTT It 00. W ILL hold their usual monthly sale at the Tafiti Hotel Yards on the above date, at I o'clock sharp, when they will Fat, Store and DHtry Cattle. 5 Milkers i5 Springers I Heavy-weight Fat Bullock 70 Head Mixed Cattle Buggy, Waggon, and Dog Cart, both in perfect order, for absolute sale. Entries invited, addressed to ALEX. ScoTT & Co., Auctioneers, Dande nong and Korumburra. Preliminary Notice. IMPORTANT TRUSTEES' AUCTION. In the Estate of the Late Charles Biessel, J.P. T?ORBES & SON are instructed to .' Sell by Auction at an early date in October, VALUABLE FREEHOLD LANDS Including the following RICHMOND-Swan St., Valuable Busi ness Frontage. Corners of Mary and Metropolitan Sta F...

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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA PREMIERSHIP. WON BY HASTINGS. A CLOSE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

FOOTBALL. PENINSULA PREMIERSHIP. WON BY HASTINGS. A CLOSE GAME. Hastings and Balnarring teams met at Somerville on Saturday, and played the final match in the Peninsula Association. There was a large and representative attendance, who were favored with fine weather, and had the satisfaction of witnessing a closely fought contest l3alnarring, by reason of their late run of successes, had many friends, whilst Hastings sup porters were confident that the im prdved form of the blue and white's shown against Somerville the previous Saturday, would be maintained. Bal narring's spell of threeweeks was some what of a disadvantage, during which Hastings were kept in good practice by having two solid games. Both the clubs put strong eighteens in the field. Kerr was the principal alteration to the Hastings team, and he proved that the selection com mittee did not err in his inclusion. Balnarring had Evans again in the team, but be was, as might be ex pected, only a shadow of his former self, h...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Mornington [?]Shire Council CLERK OF WORKS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

CLEDK OF WORKS REPORT. The following report was submitted by the Clerk of Works (Mr J. Crosbie) at last meeting of the above: Gentenimen,-I have the honor to report that the various works ordered upon at last meeting have been carried out insofar as could be done. The recent heavy rains have made a lot of extra work. 'lhe dayman reports that a good deal of the damage to the roads has been caunsd by persons cutting down trees without permission, and I allowing the branches to lay in the water tables and drains, thus blocking and turning the water on to the road, and in some instances washing a good deal of the metal and gravel off the road. In other cases there have been logs thrown into the drains. These careless actions'are to be deprecated, as they cause an unnecessary expense, and may easily lead to dangerous re sults. Prompt steps should be .taken to deal with any person so offending I inspected Brewer's road. It requires ti-tree clearing back for about 3ft. be yond the water ta...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Local Progress Leagues. MORE PUBLIC INTEREST NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

Local Progress Leagues. MORE PUBLIC INTEREST NEEDED. We have, on more than one occa sion, felt constrained to call attention to the regrettable apathy displayed by many business people towards an institution formed entirely in the interests of their town and district. We have hoped that time and appre ciation of what had been done in spite of discouraging indifference, would ultimately effect an improvement ; but, in common with others, have been dis appointed. It ib, to us, utterly incom prehensible that people should be so blind to their own interests, as to re fuse support to a movement, formed with the sole object of advancing the general well-being, when it asks of them nothing but a nominal yearly subscription to cover petty expenses, and occasional attendance at meetings. Many instances of the good effected by live Progress Associations could be given if necessary, and on the other hand innumerable instances of failure throughl lack of proper support. Con sideration is prompt...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Peniusula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

Peniusula Court Fixtures for g9o9. DROMANA.-(Tuesdays, p.m.)-- Jan unry 5th, February 91t, March 16th April 19thb, May 25th, June 20th August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, ?ovember 16th. FRANKS [ON. - (Mondays, 10.15 a.m ) P.M.'s days-February Ist, March 8th, April 12ýh, May 17th. June 21st, July 26th, August 30th, October 4th, Nov ember 8th. MOINING'ION.-(Thursdays, 9 a.m,) Janu.ry 7th. February 11th, March 18th, April 22nd, 1lay 27th. July 1st, August 5th. September 9th, October 14th, November 18th. SORRESIro.-(Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) January 6th, February 10th, March 17th, April 21st, blay 26th,June 30th, August 4th. September Sth, October 13th, November 17th.

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

Frankston. Court of Petty Sessions. MIONDA?.---Before Messrs P. Cohen, P1?M., and C. G. V. Williams, Perrott, I and Craword, J.'sP. DEBT. C. Tombs v. C. Bunney, fraud sum- I mons, adjourned from last court day. Judgmeun was recovered on November 3rd, for £2 14s, and £1 is Gd costs, on a claim for money had and received and lent. Complainant and defendant were working together on a contract, ant defendant obtained full payment, and did not give Tombs hit share of the money. I Mr W. S. Conk appeared for com plainant. U. ]Bunney, in evidence, said he was a farmer residing at Langwarrin. He was detendant against whom an order was made on November 23rd, 1908, for the sum of £2. 14s and £1 is Gd costs. The main portion of claim was for money due and received from Coate, plaintiff and he jointly work ing for Coate. He did not pay plain tiff his share. On the date of judg ment had not plaintiff's share in his hands, as he was been robbed of £9. Didnot report robbery to the police, be cause ...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

SORRENTO. Two items of special interest at the last A.N.A. meeting were the presentation to Mr J.Wooster. of President D. Mlacfar Ian's gold medal for. having nominated most members:during the year, and Cr Marsden's astronomical address entitled 'Where are we," delivered at the close of the proceedings. The shire council is evidently deter miied to putdown two pests-wandering stock and box thorn. Aregulation which makes offenders liableto a charge of five shillings a bead for the release of strays came in forcaeyesterday, and the I hirtle Inspector is busy serving notices on land holders to eradicate the box thorn bushes. Theboom in the building trade, which has considerably livened up the usually slack winter period, continues, and any thing in the shape of a workman is hard to get. Two villas were conveyed bodily to Sorrento by Mr McLellan of Fitzroy during theweek. The charming littls village of Iye is moving with ;the times. Arrangements have been made for the S.S. eceinderry to...

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RYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

RYE There is at the present time con siderable excitement perivadifig this community respecting the wedding which will take place at the Church of England here, on October 6th next, when Mr Chas. Myers, of Rye, and Miss Wooster, , of Sorrento, will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony in the presence of a considerable num ber of their friends and relatives, of whom over eighty have accepted invi tations to the ceremony, and to the ball and supper afterwards -at the Me chanics' hall. 'he excellent band at Sorrento are expected to attend and discourse pleasant music to the assem bled guests. A full report will be duly forwarded to THE STANDARD after the affair, and if possible a description of the ladies' dresses.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

. MOODROODU It is a pleasure to view tho new i~ provements carried out on the well known farm of Cr. T. Male. The land riot many years back was overrun with timber and scrub ; now it is cleared and growing grass, fenced, and beautifully wire netted. On arriving at the front gate one passes throught into a spacious drive, and the door of the house is reached, and our host welcomes in his well-known familiar and kindly way. One does'nt feel ill at ease, for a gramaphono is playing lively dance music, and before the time is realised, the president and commttiee have ar rived and the meeting of the Progress Association is commenced by going through the usual formalities and re ceiving reports that the improvements at the railway station are being carried out, and that -the Mornington shire is having bad places on the roads at tended to. 3Mr R. Wilkinson's vigor ous speech in pointing out. the benefits derived by having a local Pub lic hall, did not meet with much enthu siasm. and the ma...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Draughts. MORNINGTON v. MT. ELIZA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

Draughts. MOI1NINGTON v. IT. ELIZA. The return match between the above clubs took place last 'Wednesday at Mt. Eliza, the visitors winning by 11 games, after which they were enter tained to a sumptuous repast, which was greatly appreciated. The follow ing are the scores : Mornington Mt. Eliza 1Won Drn. Won SParry ... 3 I R. Walker o T. Hutchins 2 2 A. Walker o H. Menck o o J. Mosely 4 R. Cohen 2 I Errey a C. Gonsal 3 o Taylor a A. Bartlett 3 , I Henry o T J Hutchins 2 o C. Wood 2 J. Hutchins 2 o E. Martin 2 R. Gailick 4 o Davies o 21 5 1o For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6,

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R.C. Celebration at Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

R.C. Celebration at Dromana. --0- The annual concert and ball in aid of the Dromana Roman Catholic Church took place on Wednesday even ing, and, as in previous years, was a great success. The programme, com piled by Miss N'oble, was an excellent one. Ahl the items were of high class order, and perfectly " rendered. It would be invidious to particularise, especially as regards the ladies. "Mrs Wiggins of the Cabbage Patch," in "He was very kind to Me," struck the sympathy of the audience, who tried hiard to make Mr Shaw respond to an encore. Mr Shaw's interent bashful ness, however, supervened. Miss Buckley received a well deserved en core for "Ireland, I love You," as also did Mr Frank Counsel for his splen did rendering of "The ship on Fire." The paucity of encores was certainly not due to the rendering of the varn ous items, but rather to the superior quality of the songs themselves. More comic and less classic would have ap pealed to 'a greater degree to a portion of the audience...

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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

_;WaiT'ERýTIM 3SU'.E MORNINGTON PE INSnLA.. M[ELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.ll. p.m. p.lm. am i a.m. na,m. Sats. Sts. Sata, pan, p.m. p.m, p.m only ox. ,lolb, dup. 7,4M 8.10 12.20 1,12 1.1 435 510 (120 11,85 Onrrum 9.11 9.,23 1.10 2.211 212 5,.14 0.23 7.29 12.41 F'kston, nrr. 9.22 0.31 1.11 2.37 2.43 5.53 (i.34 7.40 12.53 FRANI.Srl'ON TO .I ELI3OUIRNI, abt. Satts. o,1 m,111. n,tm. ?p.a. p.11. p.mI,. p.m. p.m. p1.m. Fiankston, dop. 7.12 8 30 9013 1.17 2.1( 3.3 3.8 0.8 8.20 Clrruma 7.23 8.11 0,51 128 2.,13 314 3,10 0,24 831 Molbou'n, nrr, 8,32 l9,48 110 2.37 3,42 4.251 4,30 7,31 0,12 MIELEOUIINE TO FIiNIKSTNM. SuNDirS. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m elb., dep. 10.55 2.25 0.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12 1 3.31 7.13 10.39 F'kston, arr. 12 15 3.15 10.50 FIIANKSTON TO MEIbBOUaNE. SusnArs. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 9 20 4.23 8.S Mlel:bourne, rr. 1J;L u IELBOUIINE TO MORNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep ...1.13 S.10 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 0.23 023 Franketon, arr. ... 2.43 9.31 (6 3 dep. ... ...

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Mornington Football Club RETURN SOCIAL TO LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

Mornington Football Club RETURN SOCIAL TO LADIES. The above club tendered a return social to the ladies on Friday night last in the Mechanics' Institute,: and the function compared most favorably withthee oie -ecently givern"t?ij hem° by the ladies. Praise is .due to the energetic secretary (Mr E. McComb) and the committee, for the satisfactory manner in which everything was carried out, but more especially for the trouble they had gone to in erect ing a very large marquee, which was used as a supper room in which four very long tables were placed, giving sitting accommo.iation for about 100. The marquee was nicely decorated i ith evergreens, lilies, and red white and blue streamers, making a very en ticing spectacle. The tables were supervised by Messrs N.- McArthur, A. McArthur, J. McArthur, and R. Schleebs, and were artistically laid out with flowers, fruits, sweets, and choice dainties in galore. The same also can be said of Messrs L. Harri son, I. Maloney and F. Parsons, who ha...

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A Bargain for Somebody. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

A Bargain for Somebody. In this issue the owner advertises the property, "Woodstock," Sorrento, for sale, and a block of the building is shown. The owner's reason for sel ling is that he is unable to get down and see to things. Everything is in good order. A contract has just been let to'paint the whole of the exterior of the place, to be finished b-fore the end of October. For anyone desiring to start in a boarding house, or let rooms, it is a splendid opportunity. The large dining room, which has only been built about 3 years, by Ward and Charlton, architects, of Collins-st., cost just on .200. The furniture is good, a full supply of beds, blankets, etc. The whole thing is a cheap place for somebody, and the owner hopes that through the medium of THE STANDARD he will be able to sell it.

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DUBBO, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

DUBBO, N.S.W. George Keighran, Rose Cottege, Mor gan-street.. Dubto, N.I.W., -wrilos: •" For about four years I suffered from indigestion, and it would be imposaib'e for on' to tell you the pain and misery I suffered during that time. Everything upset my stomach, and disagreed with me for hours afterwards. Even after the lightest meal I felt as though my: chest wasbeing crushed in. 1 tried a great many remedies, but .to no avail.. One morning I caw an advertisment in the paper about Dr. Sheldon's Digestive T'abuloe, and thought I would like to try a box. After taking one box I. felt;much better, and after taking two boxes., 1 was completely cured, I amquito well to'this day." - Dr. Sheldon's'Digestive Tabules are ad unequalled preparation for the cure of Indigestion and all Stomach Troubles. Price 2=. 6d. per tin. Obtainable at E. Rudduc?. General storekeeper. Jetty store, 1)romuna, Vic: - -

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Flinders Council Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

Flinders Council Notes. Cr Rudduck, on his first appearance at the table, displayed the coolness and acumen of a veteran. In the course of the discussion on what rate should be struck, Cr Sharp said that people who correctly said the shire councils were able .to spend more money in years gone by, over looked the fact that their spending power was acquired from liberal grants which had unfortunately been dis continued. Cr Stanley spoke strongly of the need for revaluation, and quoted the case of a landholder whose land was assessed at £10 'per acre, who had placed it in his hands for sale at 20/ per acre. Councillors generally admitted the necessity for a revaluation.-Cr Sharp was in favor of an independent valuer, and expressed the opinion that Mr Fulton was not anxious for the position, to which the secretary inter jected a cordial and prompt assent. The unanimous vote accorded to Cr Marsden's nomination for the presi dency showed that it was generally recognised that ten years goo...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

SOMERVILLE. Our footballers travelled to Tooradin on Saturday with ten men, and suffered a defeat, but had an extremely pleasant trip, and were entertained well by the Tonradin peop!e, only returning to Somerville on Sunday evening. It is ex pected that the Tooradin team will play here on Saturday. when Somerville will have an opportunity to return the hospi tality. The season for most kinds of fruit promises to be a good one. All stone fruits are blooming well and setting well, and the lever faithful Jonathan again promises a heavy crop. Owing to the continued wet weather, it is feared that the coming season will be a bad one for Black Spot, land all spotty varieti es should be carefully sprayed with Copp,r Soda at the right time. The general meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association was held on Monday evening, a good muster of mem bers and others being present. The date of the show was fixed for Wednesday, -March 1Gth. ,.It was resole'a..." - details from: thA? ?[I ture....

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 2 October 1909

HASTINGS. On Friday, September 24th, tha young ladies of Hastings held their aunual entertainment in aid of the Children's Hospital in the form: of a concert= and dance, witlix the resultei that they will be able, to ?und .abouib.j; -,-' £G towards the funds. The concert was admirably carried out, and reflects great credit on the young ladies, and especially Miss Elsie Orsino, the energetic secretary. The Misses Hoban also deserve great praise for their assistance in training the chorus and dances. There was a good attendance, which the cause deserved,, and all present were well rewarded for their patronage. The items were as fol lows: Piano duet (Prince Imperial), Misses A. Rubinsun and E. Orsino; Bombadier chorus and march (in fancy dress), by girls; song, "Don't fly away Robin," Miss W. Jones ; club swinging, MIiss -. Orsino; fancy dance, BMiss N. Longmuir; song, "Will the Angels let me Play," MIiss K. Jones; song, "Brown Eyes," Miss O. Dixon; duet, "Sweet Marie," 3Miss B. Mentip...

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