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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 October 1909
TYABB. Our local storekeeper, Mr Geo. Slo- combe, was united in the bonds of matri- mony on Tuesday last to Miss Longmuir, also of this village. The happy pair went to the metropolis to have the knot tied, and although the remainder of the resi- dents know little or nothing as to how the ceremony " went off, " its a ten to one chance that we will know something about it when the genial " Georgie " and his bride return. The heartiest congra- tulations of the local public are cordially extended to the happy couple.
CARRUM CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 October 1909
CARRUM CLUB. The annual meeting of the Carrum Cricket Club was held last Saturday &nbsp; night at Mr C Rigby's, being very poorly attended. The secretary's re- port showed that the club had 28 paid up members last season. The balance-sheet disclosed receipts £19 19s 3d, and expenditure £27 3s 10d leaving a debit balance of £7 4s 7d, being a reduction of over four pounds off last years debit balance, which was considered very satisfactory by some of those present. An effort is to be made to wipe off this amount before the end of the season, which is a "legacy" left to the club through mis- management in seasons gone by. The election of officers was then proceeded with and resulted as follows:- Presi- dent, Mr R.W. Jones; vice-presidents, &nbsp; &nbsp; Cr McLeod and Mr Hoolong; patrons, &nbsp; Miss Brown, Miss Cant, Messrs Stephens, Walker, Deakin, J. Thomas, J.W. Webb, Sanders, Sims, Heffer- &nbsp; nan, Porter, Birtchenall, Darvall, Myers, and ...
Mornington Peninsula Football Association. SEASON'S FINAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 October 1909
Mornington Peninsula Football Association. SEASON'S FINAL MEETING. A meeting of the above Association was held at the Grand Hotel, Morn ington, on Thursday hight, the prei dent (Mr L. Harrison) in the chair. The following delegates were pre sent :-Hastings, ;Messrs Pearce and Hodgins; Somerville, W. Monk ; Sor rento, H Menck; Mornington, W. Odgers and T. Hutchins. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs Hodgins and Pearce. Correspondence was received from Mr H. Noble, with cheque attached, re collection taken up at final matches, amounting to £4/2/3, leaving a balance of £1/6/9 to be forwarded to the Melbourne Hospital after umpires fees and price of ball were deducted. AWARDING THE PREMIERSHIP. Mr Harrison congratulated the Hastings club on the position they had attained.and declared them the winners of the Premiership for season 1909, and also of the Harrison trophy. Mr Pearce, on behalf of his club, thanked the President for his kind re...
PERTH, W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
PERTHC, W.A. Nurse Greenwood, Lithgcw, Ke:th street, Perth, W.A., writes as follows : " I have suffered from indigjstson for some time. Saw your Dr. Slheldon's Digestive 'abules with a friend of miae doing her good. I tried them. They have worked wonders for .me. Will alw.ys keep them on hhid." Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure of In digestion and all Stoma: h Troubles. Price 2s. Gd. per tin. Obtainable at E. Budduck, General storekeeper, Jetty store, Dromans, Vic., Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter. LEICHIAR1DT, N.S.W. Miss E. Adderton, " Gramanda," Beess ton-street, Lezchhardt, lN.S.W., writes: - *" We have used Dr. Sheldon's New Di" covery a great deal. It cured my mother, brother, sibter and self of influenza. A dose will stop a fit of coughing im. mediately. It is a wondeful remedy." Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds is an unequalled preparation for ...
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. TOORADIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. TOORADIN. The Frankston team visited Cran bourne on Saturday, and fired a match against the Tooradin club, the visitors scoring a decided win by 47 points. Frankston put up a splendid perform ance in scoring their 606 points, no fewer than six shots getting over 60. T. Cooper headed the list with the meritorious score of 67, R. Lloyd com ing next a point b-hind, whilst S. Corlett and J. Lynch were close up with 65 each. Scores : FRANKSTON. Total T Cooper ... ... ... 67 R Lloyd... ...... 6G J Lynch ... ... ... 5 S. Corlett ... ... 65 WOates-... .. --- -- - G Denyer 57 D Petrie ... ... ... 55 J Moseley 54 C Dalman 54 Total ... ... GOb TOGRADI ?I. Total G Wildes ... ... 62 Cole ...... ... 61 J Denham (c.) ... ... 61 $ Ricket 61 Black .....1 C Amos ... ... ... 56 C Kernett 55 Scharf . 51 Henderson 46 F Wildes ... ... ... 45 Total... ... ... 559
CRIB POINT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
CRIB POINT. The State school has once more been reinstated at Crib Point, which is a great boon to the children of the dis trict, as some of them have had to do without education, whilst others had to go the distance of 8 miles .to a school Mrs McKie, of Red Hill, has been appointed as teacher.. An accident which nearly termin ated seriously happened last week to one of Mr Jack's sons. He was help ing to cart the' furniture, etc., for the school, when the .dray went into. a large rut in the road; the horses bolted, which caused the load to roll, some falling off, young Jack, who was also thrown, being pinned to the ground with a portion of the load. Although still confined to bed, last reports we hear show that he is- im proving as well as can be expected. The Alexander. College of music is about to start branches in all the principal towns of the Peninsula. Further reports will be seen by ad vertisement in TIE STANDARD.
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) THE FISHING INDUSTRY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
Our Letter Box. I (We dai otl niecessarily identify ours -res with the opinious expressed ly corre spondents) --t THE FISHING INDUSTRYP TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,--What must the GreatCreator who has stocked the sea with the best of all food in super abundance think of a people. who invent air ships, tele phones, and other marvels, yet cannot devise some simple scheme to dis tribute it at a reasonable price to its impecunious and sometimes starving populace? What can be said for legislators who spend valuable time and money in enacting intricate laws for bursting up monopolies, and are apparently powerless to crush a small body of greedy speculators. It is worse than useless to blame the ring, it must be placed on the shoulders of I those who allow it to exist. To evolve a scheme to take the fish from the sea and place them at convenient centres for distribution at rates sufficient to cover the expenses, would be a simple matter for a body of business men. The methods of the...
A Novel Encore. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
.. A Novel ..Encore. The following lines were recitd by the author, Mr J. Hogan, the St. Kilda champion footballer of a few seasons back, at the concert held at Frankston last Saturday week. Mr Hogan first recited "The Battle of Frankston" (which was published in our columns 12 months ,ago), for which he was enthusiastically en cored : A BRIEF HASTILY COMPILED "EN CORE" TO THE BATTLE OF FRANKSTON [nY J. II.] The story that I've just told you Is the record ot last year's fray ; But, compared to what happened today, Sir, Well, you'd call it just child's play. The Bohemians of course are extinct now, But the Bull and Bush still exist, And when they were looking for victims, The "Vacuum" entered the list. They gathered recruits of all sorts, B1enof leisure and men who toil, And they thought the resulting mixture Was the very best Vacuum Oil. They intended to give no quarter Get into it right from the jump But they reckoned without their hosts there, For the Bull and Bush gave them a bum...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
LAN? WARRIN A successful working bee was he'd on Boundary road, near "Ballam Park," on Wednesday afternoon. Ten workers and three horses and drays appeared on the scene and some splendid work was done. The new blood in the Association was in evid ence, and gives promise of great future usefulness Mesdames W. Oates, C. S. Corlett, and H. Oates kindly pro vided afternoon tea for the "busy bees." Now that the old track across the country to Skye, and thence to Dandenong, has been cut off by the fence erected around the Government pine p'antation, and the surveyed road now runs through the wild bush, it is necessary that something should be done to make a way of access and egress forthernewss9ttlars:;&Tsth;ithis 'object in view the Progress Assoelation is making an effort to place itself in a position to make suggestions to the Cranbourne council to have the worst portions of the road cleared, formed, and gravelled. Our State school teacher (Miss Hal lam) is to be complimented o...
Cricket. FRANKSTON v. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
Cricket. FIRANKSTON v. MELBOURNE. A team from the MI.C.C: visited Frankston on Sit urday and easily beat the local eleven opposed to them. Baxter, senr. and Baxter, junr. were the best performers for Frankston, the former with the ball and the latter with the bat. Boas Box made a marvellous catch in the long field, where lie was enjoying a~ smoke, run ning several yards witl liis pipe in one hand, and with the other catch the ball, a difficult catch for two aunds, let alone one. Scores: FI:ANKSTON. Baxter, jun. c, b Jarrett ... 32 Robertson c, b Jarrett... ... 3 Deane c, b Ouarrell ... ... Burton b Quarrell ... ... 1 Aitkcn b Johnson ... ... 3 A D Box b Turnan ... ... 14 E MIcComb b Turnan ... ... 2 Kemp b Turnan - . ... 8 Baxter, sen. b Turnan ... ... 0 Benson not out ......... ... 2 Batterham b Johnston ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... . 7 Total ... .. ... ... 77 11EL.oURN.E. Kinlock b Deane ... ... 1 S Anderson run out ... ... 23 Tavyor c Kemp, b.Deane ... I2 Goddard c Aitlken, bliBxte...
GARLICK—CORNU. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
GARLICK-CORN U. On the 1:3h October a very pretty wedding was celebrated in Ho;: Trinity Church, Taradale, by tle Rev. S. J. Kirkby, when Miss L. Cornu, only daughter of the late Louis Cornu, of Taradale, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr I?I C. Garlick, of Mornington, eldest son of Mr F. Gariick, of Kerang. The Irid -, who was given away by her brother, MIr Fredrick Cornu,. of -,omag'. -v ttired -in'a -- handsome cream chiffon taffetta silk dress, trimmed with silk insertion and Oriental braid, together with the usual wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of flowers. Miss Berrie Garlick (sister of the bridegroom), in an artistic cream silk dress, and wearing a pretty gold lace brooch, acted as bridesmaid. At the con clusion of the ceremony, an adjourn ment was made to the ]home of the bride, where a sumptuous recast awaited the many relations and friendls of the young couple. After this had b en done justice to, and the usual toasts proposed and honored, the happy co...
The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
- The Stuid. "The following stallions are adver tised in TilE STANDARD to stand this season, and particu!are are given fully in the notices on- our fourth page: W. J. Bakers 13.3 pony,;Glengarry. C. Unthank and Sons' Clydesdale, Heather Jock, and also Larry. T. H. Sage's Pagliacci, a descendant of the famous Panic. W. Firth's Clydesdale, Young Sir Andrew. W. Cairns' Roadster, Tit Willow. H Gamble's Garry's Pride, 14.1
LOWER RICCARTON, N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
LOT1 ER RICCARTO V, N.Z. Mrs F. G. Coombs, c, Division and Marlbcrough-streets. Lower Riccarton, Chrietrhuch, Canterbury, N.Z., wr;te, as tullows:--I can recommend Dr. Shel don's Magnetic Liniment, as we used it when Mr Coombs Lad had carbuncles on hisd arm. Ie had fire of them, dreadfu;y bad." Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment reo lieves at once Rheumatism, Lumbago. Lame Back, Cuts, Bruises and Burns. and repeatedapplications will effect a cure in a remarkably short time Price 1s. 6o. and 3s. per bottle. Obta'nhle at E. Rudduck, General storekeeper, Jetty store, Dromans, Vic.,
Frankston Progress League. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
Frankston Progress League. A meeting of the above was held at 'the Mechanics' on Wednesdoy evening last, when there were present--Dr. Maxwell (President, in the chair), Mesdames Deane and Pownall, Messrs Mason, Deane, Patterson, Ferrier, Bray, Bates, Pettit, and Brody (hon. sec). The secretary reported having drawn up and distributed subscription lists. It was agreed to have the lists brought in for niext meeting (first Wednesday in November). An acknowledgement of the receipt of request for old sleepers was received from the Railway Department, with a notification that enquiries would be made to see if same were available. Mr A. E. Bates referred to the un suitable time of departure of the Sun day evening train, viz., 8 8 p m. He thought that an effort should be-made to have. the time .altered to 8.30. Were it not for the train leaving at the time as at present many more people "would attend Church in the evening.. He inoved that the com missioners be written to on the matter. Seco...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
APE YOU MAD? Or ARE YOU GOING INSANE ? Have You Got the Cigarette? Or Has the DEADLY CIGARETTE Got You? Have You Got the Craving for It? It You Must smoke before Your Meal, after Your Meal, and-at all times ! Then the Deadly Cigarette has got you, and YOU ARE MAD INDEED! You Are Not YourEelf. - Your Self-will is Gine. HK HoS. JoN MUsrrAr, M.L.A., Premier ofVictoria, wants to Stop oyvs and 1en from t?moking the DEADLY CIGAItEITE by Legislation. But, I Wantto Stop. the CRAVING & THE RAVING for the Deaodly Cigarette by Natural Means, viz., THE USE OF MEDICAL HERBS AND THEIR RX IRACTS. Do You k:nnw that all Organic Discases-Consumption irclnded-are caused by Smoking the Deadly Cigarette. T'hose nho are anxious to give up the Dirty Habit which saps the Vitals, WRITE TO MIE. I Con. and Will Make You hate the DEADILY CIGARET'TE as You would POIsON. WIVITE AT ONCE to IV A.. WTILSON, W_,..-1LA. (Registered) CONSULTING HERBAL SPECIALIST, 17 Walker-st., Prahran. Seen from Chapel-st., o...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
TYABB. The last match played by the local footballers eventuated on Saturday last at French Island. The team left Hastings by motor launch at about 1 o'clock, and after a pleasant trip over were taken in carts to the ground. In spite of the mosquitoes, which some of the lads reckoned to be as big as grasshoppers, a most pleasant and enjoyable game was played. Umpire Knox, of Hastings, handled the game in first-class style, and al though he could easily have penalised players of both sides .more frequently, he made judicious allowances for the heat and-mosquitoes. - At the con clusion of the game the lady residents of the Island entertained both teams, who all did ample justice to the good eatables provided. It is a well-known fact that the French Island folk are adepts in the art of entertaining visitors, and if last Saturday's spread was ever surpassed, it must have been a "boshter." Short complimentary speeches were made by the captains of both teams, during which tho' ladies were...
Mornington Shire Council IMPROVED FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
Mornington Shire Council IMPROVED FINANCIAL POSLTION. The ordinary monthly meeting was held on Thursday, 1lta inst., when the following were present :-Crs Flood (President), Alston, Noun, Stevens, Male, Barrett, Lobb, Fran cis, Bradford, and the secretary (iMr J Crosbie). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Crs Alston and Lobb. COIRRESPONDENCE. From Victorian Employers' Feder ation, forwarding leaflets embodying views in respect to unimproved land tax bilL-I-eceived. Crown Law Office, informing council that letter in reference to ap plication for consent of Governor in Council for sale of old shire hall, had been referred to Public Works Depart ment.-Cr Barrett(who referred to the matter as becoming serious by reason of the several delays) moved that the secretary and president interview the Minister of Public Works and en deavour to hurry the matter forward. - Seconded by Cr Bradford and cilrried. T. C. Bailey and T. Male, applying for wire...
DUBBO, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
DUBBO, N.S.YW. George Keighran, Rose Cottage. blor gan-street., Dubbo, N.I.WV., w,ites: • For about four years I suffered from indigestion, and it would be impo-sib'e for one 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 was being crushed in., 1 tried a great many remedies, but to no avail. One morning I saw an" advertisment in the paper about Dr. Sheldon's Digestive 'rabules,. 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 am quite well to this day." Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure of Indigestion and all stomach 'lroubles. Price 24. 6d. per tin. Obtainable at E. Rudduck, General storekeeper, Jetty store, Dr omunn,Vic. ADVERTISERS and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
111GHAMi'S In Tie Urnfailing 1:1"in."d fur L_ 'k ~_ Influenza, Catarrhi B m .ehitiend nU s`'` Wteak lit~ nc ases oinuenIza. t tquickly rcheliv mthe catarrh. or~edueethe fv'er cod cpt :ll at lies the Patiet.' t is a COZ u lllnl Tonic i cass of Debitllty~ncconltannied bvi~vuklte s of the ehlect.' Ifte re eufferine fCcd";n. apncheste aes Celd; rofIc re B12 orchemist s 116 s~an 216nt tall Storee ned Chenu-st Free - Prize = Competition. Open to. Everyone.-AII .Have an Equal Chance. THE "BARB." CYCLE MANUFACTURERS Invite You to Enter. 1st PRZE - A High Grade "Barb" Cycle ' 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE A Double-barrelled Breech-loading Gun 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE First-class Cycle' Gas Lamp 3rd PRIZE PARTICULARS it AVING taken a list of Names of users of Bicycles throughout Victoria; includ ing a few from every District, and written each Name on a separate paper, which has been folded and pieced in a barrel and thoroughly mixed up, 50 folded slips have been drawn out, and numbe-e'l on the outside 1 to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 October 1909
Auction Sales. i AUCTION SALE, Saturday, 3oth October, At 230 p.m. A Chance to Pick up Useful Articles. On the Premises, c Glen S1aina," MORNINGTON ROAD. MIARK BRODY (under instructions from the Owner), will sell through his Auctioneer (.J. L. ?Parkes), an Assort ment of FURNITURE and Useful Ar ticles. consisting of the following: Chest of Drawers, Mirrored Sideboard, Extension and other Tables. Vienna, Pith and Wooden Chairs, Toilet Sets, Washstands. Settees, Crockery, Lino, Carpets, M?ats, Three-roller Mangle, Pictures, and Numerous other lines. S.L.E STAIRT.! AT 2.30 r.ul. TERMS CASH. Auction Sale. '' -. A ROO- N A,"s ORNINUTON. Wednesday, October 27th. W ' .LO:BB has received instructions from T. Lush. Esq., to sell., throuh his Auctioneer, W. P. Fairlam, all his Household Furniture and Effects. compris ing Piano (splendid instrument). Diningroom Suite, Drawineroom Suite, Bedroom Suites, Sideboard. Extension Dining Table ,it.' , Carpets. Linoleum. Over mantles. Bedsteads &am...