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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Amusements. - D?N'T FORGET THE SCRAND CONCERT In the Mechanics' Institute, To-night (Saturday). Splendid Programme by specially engaged Metropolitan iTalent. Admisio.--Une Shilling only. LTOT DEAD YET !-Tyabb Football Glub's SOCIAL EVENING is on Friday 15th inst. Gents' Is Gd, ncn dancers ls. ladies' free. Refreshments. "Efficient M.C. R. IcL., Hon. See. TYABP, ANNUAL PICNIC, CON 1 CERT. Friday. Nov. 2;th. Admis sion is. children half-price. Family Tick ets 2s. Moonlight. Good Talent. A. E. BE]IrTlN, See. - I. O. R. PUBLIC HALL HASTINGS. GRAND BAILL. On FRIDAY, OCTOBER _29 ii, '09. Good Music. "Gabriei's Quadrille Band Refreshmentsa provided. Admission-Double Ticket 3s Gd, Single ticket 2s Gd, Ladies ls. G. HoDoISs. See. Ecorabbin Hcrticltuitural, Poultry & Leg Ecciety 12TH ANNUAL SHOW Will be held at Skating Rink - - and Grounds, MIENTONE, on -?-t .Wednesday,; Oct. 27th, 1909 (Morning, Afternoon & Evening). Vegetables, Horliculture, Cookery, Ladies' and Children's W...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identfy onrs lreq with the opinions expressed 1,y corrspondents) TO TIE EDITOR OP THE STANDARD Sir, - We, the undersigned have much pleasure in announcing to the public that the subscriptions to the Mrs M'Donald and family fund, of Bittern, has totalled .£30 16s. The balance of amount ,has .been handed ieir't*to"MirS :-1MDoi~aldacd gati?~illy received in cash and goods. We have much pleasure in thanking the donors for contributing so liberally, and also those who helped in various ways. We are yours repectfully, L. J. BERRYMAN, W. WRIGHT, W. M YERS, Committee JOHN BUCKLEY, MB. HURLEY, October 2nd, 1909. Mrs McDonald offers her grateful thanks on behalf of her family and her self to all those who have so kindly cuntributed and helped in various ways ii her late sad trouble.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

CARRUM. The final meeting of the Carrum Progress Committee, in reference to a local hall, was held last Saturday night at the "Mia alia," Cr Norman McLeod presiding. After some discussion, it was decided to adopt a plain wooden building, having a fairly roomy hall for entertainments and public meet ings and a stage for theatrical per formances.. Added to these will be a room for the library and the usual supper and cloak rooms. It is ex pected that the cost altogether will be about £500. Tenders will shortly be called for, and plans and specifications are being prepared, Mr Fick being the architect.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

TYABB. o The public meeting in connection t with the annual ge:.eral picnic was t held on Friday evening last. There e was a fair attendance, and the chair u was occupied by Cr Cole, the presi- r dent. The balance-sheet showed a 1: credit ba'auce of £1 is 9d. Cr Cole d was re-elected chairman, Mir A. E. t Benton was appointed secretary, vice f Air Boe, who resigned the position, a which he h-ld for over ten years. Mr o Muair was elected treasurer, vice Mr c Li-ster, resigned. Excepting for the p change of positions as above, the' per- f sounel of the committee is the same as t last year. It was decided to hold a J concert in aid of the prize fund on Wednesday, January 5th. I would like to warm all those who have dogs that they value at all to 'keep themtn on the leash when travel ling on the 1Moruington and Hastings t reads in the vicinity of Tyalb b station. Several animals have lately been poisoned, and their owners.swear that they did not go be yond ten yards from the road fence....

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Tennis. The following games have been played in connection with the mixed doubles' tournament in course of pro gress amongst members of the Frank ston.Tennis club: Miss Gregory and E. Reynolds, beat Miss Brody and J . Benson, 6-4, 6-4. Miss O'Grady and WV. Pettit, beat Miss Bates and W. Gregory.:8-6, 6-0, Miss G. Pettit and O. Pettit, beat Miss Williams'and Dr. Maxwell, 6-1, 6-3. Miss F. Rogers and P. Wallace, beat Miss Reynolds, and J. Reynolds, 6-2, 6 -3. Miss Sangwell and H. Pettit, beat bliss Pettit and A. Aitken, 6-2, 6-3. There is every indication of a dis trict tennis association being formed. Mornington, Franks'on, Hastings and Somerville have expressed their desir ability of joining, so that a meeting of delegates is all that is necessary to adopt rules, etc., and'set the ball roll ing..

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Mornington and Dromana Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Mornington and Dromana Circuit. The quarterly meeting was held at 1Mr Toukins' residence, Balnarring, on September 29th, when ten members were present. The financial state ment showed receipts for the quarter amounting to £42 15s 4d, and an ex penditure cf £16 14s -3d. The mem bership stood at 110. The various Sunday schools and Christian Eun deavour Societies were reported upon. An invitation was extended to the Rev. C. D. Lucas to remain another ytar, and accepted subject to Confer ence approval. Messrs WV. J. McIllroy and J. Crosbie were elected su-stitute stewards, whilst Mr Bridge was ap pointed secretary to the Laymen's Missionary movement. It was de cided that the whole of the collections on H? spit cl Sunday should go to- the fund. Arrangements were made for the annual Home Mission services and meetings. The Minister was author It was arranged that invitation cards be procured for Christmas Day ser vices at BMornington, Dromana, and Red Hill, at which collections will be mad...

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LOWER RICCARTON, N. Z. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

LOT1 ER RICCARTON, N.Z. Mrs F. G. Coombs, cr, Division and Marlbcrough-streets, Lower Riccarton, Chriehlmtch, Canterbury, N.Z.,-:wrtoe as tollows :--"I ran :recommend Dr. Shel-. don's Magnetic Liniment, as we used itl when-IMtr Coomba Lad had, carbuncles on rhis arm. :Be had five of thei, dreiidfully bad.., Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment re lieves at- once.. Rheumatism; Lumbago, Lame'Back, Cut?; Bruises and Burns, and repeatedappi ications will eff' ca cure in a remarkably' short,:time.:: Price 1-. 6d. and 3s per ;bottlo. :Obtaina 'o at -':E Budduck; Geiral storekeeper, Jetty s ore, Droman;;. Vin.;

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DUBBO, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

DUBBO, N.S.7W. George Keighran, Rose Cottage, Mlor gan-street., Dabbo, , N.S.W., wliles: ' For about four years I suffered from indigestion, and it would be impossible for one to tell you the pain and misery I suffered during that time. Everything spsEct 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, hut to no avail. One morning I saw an. advetisment in the paper about Dr. Sheldon's Digestive 'tabulei~ and thought I would like to try a box. After takmg one box I felt much better, and after taking two boxes, 1 was completely cured, I am quite well to this day:' Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are an .unequalled preparation for the cure of Indigestion and all stomach Troubles. Price 2e. 6d. per tin. Obtainable at E. Budduck, General storekeeper, Jetty store, Dr omesa,Vic.

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The Forest Camp, Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

The 'Forest Camp, Frankston. [.TOTES BY "SCRIBE "J The last meeting of our Mutual Im provement Society was held in the " Square," on Monday evening. Mr John Henley, president, was chairman, and in a most felicitous speech re gretted that after being so un-unimously banded together for three months, there were multitudinous reasons why they were to discontinue. However, should fortune favor us to once again meet, it will be our pleasure to renew our society and endeavour to recom mence the good work and social even ings that hlave tended to cement friendship and amicably enjoy the, efforts of one and all to make our blighted lives as happy as may be ex pected. Representatives from each union expresed-their-rreSrob tho un-. expected disbanding of our society. Mr Charles. from Mr Gisson's gang, also spoke feelingly, and trusted all would meet again and honorably fill the positions which now were relucb antly vacated, -through no fault of theirs. Mr V. Larkin moved, and Mr V. E. Am. L. ...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WANDERING CATTLE NUISANCE. THE STATE PLANTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WANDERING CATTLE NUIS ANCE. t THE STATE PLANTATION. At the meeting of the. above last week, a letter was received from the Frankston Progress League, again urging that steps be taken to have a the wandering cattle nuisance abated Cr Ritchie said it was strange that f other local councilq had no difficulty in dealing with the cattle nuisance. If a bye-law were needed, let them get to work and put the thing through and be done with it. He moved that the necessary action be taken. Cr Woodhouse seconded the motion. Cr Sherlock said the Inspector of Nuisances declined to summons owners, and that the council then decided to take into consideration the bye-laws I with a view to combining the duties of ranger with those of Inspector of Nuisances. Cr Hodgins thought that, if the Inspector refused .to act, the best thing would be to appoint the secre tary. Ur Baxter explained that it was intended that Mr Pleydell should a revise the bye-laws but such had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Professional Notices. FRANKSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC ...... STUDIO....... o- MARK BR ODY, Photographer. Groups, Animal Life, and ............. ............ Post Cards a Speciality. . Groups, etc., etc. Studio, Bay-st. FRANKSTON WV. LOBB, ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STREET, MOIRNINGTON. AGEr FORi COX3IECI.L USOICN FIr.E FREQUENT ENQUIRIES -for FARfMiS & ORCHARDS LARGE AND SMALL. Owners please send particulars "W. LOBB, MAIN STREET, iMOTHNINGTON. . A. & A E. MAF TI:Il General Storekeepers and Wine and Spirit Merchants. SOFrERVILLE. Ova Iorwro-Quality combined with cheapness. Drapery, Boots, Shoes. &c., at lowest prices. Chaff. Grain, and Artificial Manures. Al lines of patent medicines stocked. A TRIAL SOLICITED ROLLAND FRASEi, - SURGEON - - DENTIST. - 15 TOORAK ROAD, (Opposite Christ Church), -SOUTH YARRA.-- 'rahran and Toorna 'i'rams pass Door. .. 4 min. from Sth. Yarra Station... Wall = Papers SPECIALLY SEIECTED. Wall Papers. Up-to-date and Cheap Call or ...

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Frankston Progress League. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Frankston Progress League. There was a good attendance of ladies and gentlemen at the meeting of the Frankston Progress League on Wednesday night last. Dr. Maxwell (President) was in the chair. After the minutes of last meeting had been read and confiriaed, the secre:ary read a letter from the Moorooduc Society asking co operation concerning Govern ment reserves, and a.frer discussion, the secretary was instructed to write -to the Moorooduc League, asking for ful lr. information on the subject. -It was decided to draw up a list of works requiring to be done, and circulate subscription lists, with a view of bring ing more under the notice of the in habitants, and asking for their support in carrying out urgent works in the district, viz., improvements to ap proaches of beach, suppression of wan dering-cattle nuisance, tree planting, and betting lighting accommodation. The secretary was also directed to write to the council asking that body to put two planks acros a Kananook creek for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

FOR SALE. "WOODSTOCK," Sorreqto urnished or tnfurnished. SITUATED on the Tramway Road, midway between Bay and Ocean Beaches. Faithfully Built. 4 Bedrooms, Large Dining Room (1I x 24), Kitchen, Pantry, Shed, etc., 4 Large Tanks. Completely 'Furnished Thromghont LAND, 66 x .101to Ossett-st. at rear, subdivided. Paddock, Lawns, Fruit Trees, etc. This Desirable Home is offered For / Sale iith" Furnitute, etc., complete for '' £525, Easy Terms if desired. - I - A Splendid Opportunity for any person desiring a Seaside Residence, or to start a Private oarding Establishment. NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION. Further Particulars from the Owner M. CHAPMAN "ROYROFT,"' RYEBURNE ..~ AVENUE, HAWTHORN. .PAYNE S BON MAIOHE. The Talk of Mel bourne Just Now. SOT often you hear of a Genuine Sale at the begin ti. fning of the Season; in fact, you can hardly be liuve it, but its the caseat Fayne's just now, all for want of space, as the New Building won't be inishrd until i the middle of October I must Sel. It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept ................. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Notice to Readers. KHERE is no doubt that many events in the outlying districts are un recorded- \Ve will re pleased if readers will furnish us with the details of any occurrence of public interest for publica tion in TIIE STrADARD. Notice to Gorrespondents All comminications must he addressed to 'the Editor, and not personally to any member of the staff. m Lengthy communicton must be inthe Editor's hands not later than the Thurs day preceding publication day, to ensure their insertion. Correspondents will please write on one side of paper ONLY .IRVIN HOT & COL I . . .ll?,iil II l I I SEA WATER BATlS.4 I ---€-1- __ - _ _ _ _ __ .p !Hot) IR V INE'S ROYAL BATIS. (Cold) , MORNINGTON OPEIN DAILY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATHS AL'WA-YS READY. BATHING HOURS GENTLEMEN ...

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Fancy Dress Ball at Frankston. A BRILLIANT FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Fancy Dress Ball at Frankston. A BRILLIAINT FUNCTION. The Frankston Tennis Club's fancy dress ball on Saturday night proved the most. successful gathering of than nature held for years pass. There was an attendance of about 200, and the floor space proved almost inadequate for the throng of dancers. Some splendid fancy dresses were worn, and great interest was evinced in the plebescite to choose the most original lady's and gentlem:un's costume re spectively. The former was won by Miss Fairleigh Sage, as Cinderella, and the latter by Mr J. Sheehan, who skipped about in orthodox baby's cos tume, the accompanying rattle and trumpet being much in evidence. Miss Sage's beautiful costume suited her to perfection, and certainly the Goddess of Terpsichore must have been pleased with the public choice, for the prize winner looked the perfection of grace whilst waltzing in the gay throng. Mrs J. Wells, as Swallow and Ariell, was a good second, whilst Miss Kemp, Miss G. Pettit, Mliss Dora Bat...

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Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

Dandenong Market. SA big yarding of milkers and spring ers and. prices all-round- showed a 4ecidedsimprovemonbnon21tee quota;.. £9/10 ,`one 'extira g6ood" cow. made £13/2/6.. Springers.to £7/10. "Store cattle,"about the usual yarding and prices about the same. Pigs.-A big supply penned and last week's high prices were fully maintained. B"acon, heavy to £4/15, medium from £3/5 £3/15, light from 50/ to £3. Pork, heavy from 40/ to 46/, medium from 85/ to 88/, lightrfrom 30/ to 338, stores to.80/, slips to 26/, suckers, good to 28/;others froin 5/ to 20/. Calves,. a good supoly, and prices good, quality to 26/, others from 5/ upwards.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE Tyabb Football Club will hold a social evening, on Friday evening, 15th inst. THE Frankston New Year's Day Sports committed invite offers- for the supply of about 30 logs 3ft. long suitable for chopping contests. AT Brisbane. A. J. Davies,. on a "Massey-Harris" bicycle, has= broken, the ihalfUile pced record in the eptionali time of 41 secon-ds: " THE prevailing weather' is `etremely irksomefor fruitgrowers.- The winds are too high for spraying,- and the ground is too wet to work. A-iIEE'TrG of the Poninsula .Football Association was held on Thursday night, when the Hastings club was. officially de claredPremiers;for 1909. A report will appear next issue. Ma S. S. Gault's large'shed.,is com pleted at the Somerville station, and we understand, he is laying in a big stock of naw hardwood and second hand cases and all fruitgrowers' requisites. We wish the enterprise every success. - THE Somerville cricketers were out to practice on Wednesday- and_ Thursday, and i...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

MOOROODUC. A few fine Spring-like days, and back again into wintry cold weather, which the stock feel very much. Some of the local crops have not done too well owing to the continued wet weather, but wherever there is a dry or well drained patch the crops hold their own. After a severe long illness, one of our old settlers, in the person of Mrs Jesse Sawyer, passed away on Sunday afternoon at her residence. The end has for a long time not been unex- pected, yet her relations and friends all hoped for the best, and the feelings of the surrounding residents are for the husband and family, so severely deprived by her death. The funeral was very largely attended. Influenza has been very prevalent of   late, and a number of old and young have suffered severely.

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A Visitor's Impressions of the Peninsula. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 October 1909

A Visitor's Impressions of tI the Peninsula. t [sr nur DLEn] a It is remarkable, considering the proximity of what is generally known as "the Peninsula" to a crowded centre like Melbourne, that so little is known of its great advantages. Even as a holiday resort it is not known or patronised to anything like the extent it deserves, for although Frankston, c Mornington and Sorrento are familiar to many thousands of picnickers and t week enders, twice as many people r know absolutely nothing of the mani fold natural attractions of these and other smaller places along the magni ficent foreshore of the harbour. The only reason apparent at first sight is the lack of enterprise displayed by the business people, and the rather heavy d cost of reaching places beyond Frank ston, when the excursion steamers are not running. Frankston, within an hour's journey of the metropolis and with its great natural advantages, p would attract twice as many people as it does if a few amusements were pro- ...

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FIRST VICTORIAN MARATHON RACE FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 October 1909

FIRST ViCTORIAN ' MARATHON RACE FRANKSTON TO MELiOURNE. Great interest was centred through oat Victoria in the first Marathon race over a distance of 26 miles.385 yards, run under the auspices of the East Melbourne Harriers on Saturday last, over a course from Frankston to Mel bourne. Elaborate preparations had been made by the secretary (Mr Abbott, of the Amateur Sports Club,) and a large committee, a special train was chartered, to convey the com petitors to the starting point, detailed arrangements made concerning the cartage of the runners' baggage, medi cal inspection, etc. The course was selected after a deal of deliberation as being the best available, the road running over practically level country for the whole of the distance. From the finishing point, Queen's statue, to the Pier Hotel, Frankston, being exactly 25 miles, the additional dist ance had to be made up by the com petitors running around the oval on the Frankston Park five times. The management had made arrangeme...

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