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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 October 1909
Amusements. TYABB Hall-SOCIAL in aid of Xmas Tree. FnAisY, Nov. 5TH. R. 1V. SLocoBnE, Sec. Court Star of Mornington, A.O.F. ANNIVERSARY - BALL, E- Friday, 19th November, 1909. At the Mechanics' Institute, MORNINGTON. Double Ticket 3/6. Single Ticket 2/6. Good Music and Refreshments. R. STAxI.EYT Honl. Sec. LOYAL NEPEAN LODGE, 31.U.I.O.O.F. Euchre Party & Dance, 3?CIIAN ICS' FlANeKSTON, THURSDAY. EVENING, NOV. 4. ......Commencing 8.30....... Admission Is. Ladies Provide Refresh ments. Roll Up and Bring Your Friends. BuI:o. W. G. PETTIT, & T. BUCIILEY J.int Hon. Sees. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, MIORNINGTON, CUP EVE-MONDAY, 1st NOVEMBER, GRAND CONCERT In aid of the Convent Stall at the forth coming B3 zaar for the New Catholic Chit ch. - A Spl!endid Programme has been arratnged by :Mr Geoff. Moriarty, including the most talented of Melbourne and Local Artists, viz -Misses E. Cullen, C. Curtain. A. Buckley, N. Kennedy, and Messrs '1T. Moore, P. Coleman, G. MIor iarty, J. Pepp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 October 1909
A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Pamilies Waited o;n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ............ Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... -DENTAL SURGEOMN liy Examination of DENTAL BOARD OF ViCTroulsA. B EGS to notify residents of FaANKSTON and Disraicr that he is P.actising his profession at 162 CREVILLE STREET, -PRAHRAN (3 doors from Town Hall) DAILY 9 to 5 (Taturday included.) Painless Extracts my Specialty LAUGHIING GA-S, COCAINE., &e. Gold and Amalanm FILLINGS. ARTIFICIAL TEETH A SPECIALTY. All work and patients ent, usted to me will have my l:eroonal attention. --No ASISTrsNTS 1. L rNoed Find in VWLRTHEnI PiANos those qualities most desirable in the in terpretation of the :works of the great mask rs. To read the list of 1Vertheim Piano Testimonials is.to I ead the names of the wcrldsmost distinguished musicians. They speak in highest praise of 1Ver theim pianos. They ad vise you by their appro bation ...
Rifle Shooting. SUCCESS OF LOCAL SHOTS AT V.R.A. MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 October 1909
: Rifle Shooting. SIUCCESS OF LOCAL SHOTS AT V.R.A. MIATCOHES. The V.R.A. annual rifle matches were commenced at Williamstown on Monday, in fine weather, and some exceptionally good scoring resulted. In the first stage of the King's prize (seven shots at 200, 500 and 600 yds), no fewer than seven marksmen scored 103 out of a possible 105-a rcm-,rk able performance. Then fo!lowed 10 with' 1t02, 13 with 101, and 28 with 100. Included in those to score 100, was T. Cooper, the well-known shot of the Frankston club, who is to be heartily congratulated on his success amongst the cream of the. rifle shooters of Australia. In the second stage he scored 94, making his ,.total 194, six points behind the leader (W. TWarne, of'Seaview). This marksmeun also won a £4 prize in the Frank Stuart. (600 yds, 15 shots), with 74, -a point behind the winner, and £1 prizes in theulember's (300 yrls), the Grimwade Aggregate, the Werribee (600 yds), Nursery Agregate,. the Jackson (200 yd-), The Zeal (500 ya...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 October 1909
LOCAL AND GENtERAL. THIE Secretary of the Frankston tennis club acknowledges donations of 10s Gd each from 1lr C. G. Williams and Mr ,A. D. B.x. TnE Frankston Band will play selec tions of mrnsic to-morrow afternoon near the Pier, and take up a collection tin aid of the Hospital Sunday fund. IN our mention last issue of the Church of England concert at bomerville, we omitted the name of Mr Dwyer as a per former. This gentleman's two songs - " The Yeoman's Wedding" and " The Ad miral's Broom"-met with hearty ap plause, both numbers being encored. MARKs Br]ody announces an important sale of furniture, etc., to beheld at "Glen Sheau," Mornington road, to-day, October30th. The articles to be sold are in first-class order, and some bargains may be picked up. The nale starts at 2.30 p.m., Mr J. L. Parkes being the auctioneer. / , ... AT the Criminal Court on the 22nd inst, T. W. Harris, convicted of obtain ing goods under false pretences, was dealt with as afirstoffender. His Honor said a...
CARRUM v. ERSTWHILES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 October 1909
CARRBUM v. ERSTWHITLES. These teams met at Carrum, on Saturday last, and the match ended in a one-sided game, the visitors winning by 2 wickets and :93 runs. For the winners Ogilvie (48 not out) and Jeaner:te (48) batted well, though both were badly missed in the early part of the innings Carrum could not do anything wi'h Parsons' bowling, who took 5 wickets for 7 runs. For Carrum Steel was the- only man to reach double figures with 11. He also took 5 wickets for 40Oruns. This player last s-ason took 93 wickets for the fine average of 5.32. Scores: CARRUM H Steel b Finlay ... ... ... 11 A Rigby b Parson 1 J Bethune b Parson ... ... 0 T Bethune c, b Parson ... .... A Graham c, b Finlay ...... 3 A Forsyth stpd, b Fin'ay 2 Allan b Parson ... ....... 8 A Drummond not out ... ... 2 Garger b Finlay ... ... ... 0 WV Forsyth b I'arso ... ... 1 Total ... ... ... ... 37 Bowling-Parson 5 for 7, Fin'ay 4 for 30. ERSTWHILES. Eddy b T Bethune 8 Morgan run out ... ... ... 0 Mitchell b T Bethune .....
New Bourke-st. Drapery Warehouse. A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 October 1909
New Bourke-st: Drapery :Warehouse. A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS. It was with pardonable pride that Mr John Payne entertained a number of personal and business friends in his new drapery establishment in Bourke street on Monday. During the course of a quarter of a century Mr Payne, under the sign of the Bon Marche, has been steadily increasing his turn over, and he has now installed himself in very fine premises, which were for. mally opened on Monday last, at noon, by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne. The building consists- of three stories and a basement. It has a frontage of " 51 feet to Bourke-st. on the ground floor, but the covering in of a 16 feet right of way enables the first and second floors to he that much wider. The depth is 175 feet. The building has been erected in accordance with the new factory and shop regulations in regard to exits, ventilaLion and other details, from plans prepared by Messrs H. W. and F. B. Tompkins, and carried out by Mr C. Langford. The floors and columns a...
The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
.The Stud. The following stallions are adver tised in THE STANDARD to stand this season, and particulare are given ully in the notices on our fourth page: W. J. Baker's 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. V. Firth's Clydesdale, Young Sir Andrew. W. Cairns' Roadster, Tit Willow. -H Gamble's Garry's Pride, 14.1 W. Ingwersen's trotter, Gladiator.
WHY GO HUNGRY? [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
WHY GO hIUNGRY ? If your stomach is weakl, and you are suffering from indigestion, don't sacrifice your health and comfort. E.t all the whole some food you want. Then take one of Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules atcer ,each meal. They digest your lood, and thus nourish and build you up, while the stomach is recovering its natural tone. as. 6d. per tin. Obtainable at E. Rudduck, Droman.a
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
MiooRiOODUC. 1 We are now having a few warm days, with light changes and cold t evenings and mornings. Farmers are s pushingon with their ploughing oper- i ations, as this is a very busy time of the year, and all around the country looks fresh and green, as only the gentle touch of spring can produce. The black wattles are now a mass of bloom, making a drive along some of c our roads most enjoyable. Shearing is now general and our local shearers are in great request, being sought after from adjoining districts, and -no doubt their popu larity will lead them further afield, as they become better known. Ihe way in which the local land is gaining favor with farmers car be guaged when we hear that A. McLel lan, Esq., has sold his well situated farm, almost adjoining the above railway station, to a Frankston gentle man (Mr A. E. Bates) at a highly satisfactory price. The new pur chaser we believe is going in for systematic farming, and by so doing the true quality of the soil can only be...
DELAY IS DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
DELAY IS DANGEROUS. There is no clers of ailment that affects the system quicker than howel c.mplaints and any delay in treating diairrhima or col:c is dangerous. Cn.umberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diari he t R.-medy is the only remedy that is absolutiely reliable in cases of this kind, and as some memler of the tamily is always liable to an attack at any timo it should always Le keptin the houte. This rli-uedyjrever fails to give prompt re lief. For sale by all storekeepers. LET IT BE KNOWN, Thl widest publicity should be given to the fact that summer diarrhoea and dysentery can be cured by the judicious use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarihma Remedy. It never fail=. When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take, which is important when lie medicine must be given to small children. For sale by all staiekeepers,. THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. 'Ihe mostcommon cause of constipation is a lack of exercise necessary to keep the muscles of the bowels active. 'that is w...
WHEN YOU CATCH COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
WHEN YOU CATCH COLD. Do not take any chances of wearing it away, or experiment with some doubtful preparation which will only half cure it at the best, and. leave the bronchital tubes weakened and susceptible to attack from the germs of consumption. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery ior Coughs and Colds no only stops the cough. but heals and strengthens the lungs, and prevents serious effects from a cold. Small dose. Pleasant to take, Eveay bcttle guaranteed. Price, Is. 6d. and 3s. Obtainable at E. Rudduick. Dromana. RHEUMMATISfM. Dr. Sheldon's Magrietic- Liniment cures more cases of rheumatism every year thant all the so-called rheumatism medicines com. bined. It will penetrate to your very bones, and soothe and subdue the pain. - The first application-will relieve, and continued use effect a permanent cure. Guaranteed - to cure or money.back: Accept no substitute. Prfce, is. 6d. and 3s.- Obtainable at E. Rudduck, Dromana. -
I.O.R. Tent, Frankston. ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
I.O.R. Tent, Frankston. ANNUAL PICNIC. The Social Tent I.O.IL., Frankston, held its annual picnic on Tuesday last (Cup Day). The. day being all that could be wished for as regards the weather, everything, connected with the outing proved enjoyable. The picnic was held at Bialcomb's creek, Mornington, and was well attended, the journey being made by drag and traps, arriving about 12 o'clock. The first thing on the programme after arrival, was dinner, and after justice was done to that item, games of all kinds were indu'ged in till tea time, when due justice was again done to the good things provided. After the clearing up of the tea things, the pic nicers started off fr Frankstoan, after a very enjoyable day had been spent by all, arriving home about nine o'clock.
Cricket. PENINSULA COMPETITION. TYABB v SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
Cricket. --- 1 PENINSULA COMPETITION. TYABB v SOMERVILLE. The Peninsula Association com petition for the valuable shield, which has to be, won by a ,club .twice..in. successiozi before finally becoming its property, was commenced on Saturday, t when, by reason of Hastings failure to visit Fr ankston, the only match was that between Tyabb and Somerville, on the former's ground. Tyabb, who had about the same team as last year, I with the exception of Grant and Floyd, made 32-a poor start for the season. F. Mills reached double I figures (10), and was top-scorer. Eight batsmen were responsible for five runs between them, W. B lker, Unthank, Alden, and J. Baker being the only ones besides Mills, to mske more than one run. Ch- r'ey Thornell and the veteran, J. Taylor, had the bowl ing to themselves for Somerville, and camne out with attractive averages of 5 for 11 and 5 for 17 respectively. Somerville, who played one or two new men, knocked up 83, and thus won by 51 runs. C. Thornell mad...
Concert at Mornington. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
Concert at Mornington. A BRILLTANT SUCCESS. The concert at Mornington in aid of the Convent stall for the bazaar, which takes place in Christmas week, for the new Catholic church which is in course of crection at Mornington, was hell in the Mechanics' Institute last Monday night., and proved one of the most enjoyable entertainments that has been ever held there. The hall was packed to its full extent, and the lengthy pr, gramme, so ably arranged hly Mr Geoff Moriarty, was greatly appreciated by the large audience. The programme commenced with an overture by Mr Frank Donovan, who also played the accompaniments in a first-class manner. Mr H. L. Proby's song, "Killarney," was ren dered in his usual fine style. The song by Miss M. Kennedy. "Where e'er you go," received a well deserved encore. Our old favorite Mr Sydney Doree's song, "Because," was re ceived with much enthusiasm. "Softly Awake," sung by Miss C. Curtain, was greatly appreciated and in response she gave "Loch Lomond." "The...
M.U.I.O.O.F. LARGE GATHERING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
M.U.I.O.O.F. LARGE GATHERING AT FRANKSTON. On Saturday last about 25 brethren of the 3LU.1.O.O.F. visited Franks ton, to attend a purple lodge, held in connection with the Loyal Nepean branch, in the Mechanics' Institute. The object of the !udge was to confer the purple degree on those of the Somerville and Franks'on branches who were eligib'e by having t ained tihe high office o Past Grand. Thltere were five candidates front Fr rnkston, three from Somervi:le, and one from the Sandridge branch. Officers were present from the South Melbourne, Port Phillip, and Collingwood Dis tricts, as follows :-Prov. G.'M. Tait (Port lPhil!ip), Prov. C.S. Kr ot' (Col lingwood); Prov. G.M. Jones, Dep. P.G.M. Mannix, P.C.S. Haughton (South Melbourne District), supported by P.P.G.M.'s Winslow, 3lackie, Gra ham and Myers. After the beautiful ceremony con nected with the installing o.f the pur ple degree was over, the pr, ceedings took the form of a smoke night in true OJdfellow style, everyone e-jovyin...
Bird Day at Somerville School. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
Bird Day at Somerville School. On Friday afternoon, Octebober 29, M1r George Shepherd delivered an in terestiLg. instructive, and scholarly addr-ess on some of the Australian birds, their habits, resorts and mode of life. before the pupils, teachers and visitors at the Somerville schoo'. The lecture was w"ll illustrated by speci mens of birds, their nests and eggs. Much interest was evinced by the children, and at question time several very intelligent points were asked by the senior pupils. A pleisant con= versation followed on the talking of some birds, and the question of season and instinct was discussed with evident interest to all present.
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
Rifle Shooting. The shooting in the B section for the trophy presented by MIr C. G. V. Williams to the Frankston Rifle club, was concluded on Saturday last, when D. Petrie, jun., came out with the best score, with 115. The scores were as' follows : Hdp. Score Petrie ... ... 4 115 Dalman ... ... scr. 105 A. Bethune ... 9 105 Prince ...... scr. £3 White ... ... 9 87 Parker ... ... 10 79 Gregory .. ... 11 530 R. Cummius ... 11 51" Schultz ... ... 3 490 o Fired at two ranges only.
BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
BAL?A iiHU. The crops are not so heavy as last year, but some very nice ones are to be seen on the different farms. The bet. crop is on Mr Arthur Shirwell's property, where about eight acres of fallowed land will give a return of about three tons to the acre. Hay cutting will commence much earlier this season', the crops being out in ear for srnne little time now. The grass is very fair also, but would be improved by a good rain. Agricultural lard is now at a high figure in this district. fa.rmers in many instances asking from £6 up to £14 per acre. Mr W. A. Fowler has sold 168 acres, known as Jas. White's farm, at £7/5- per acre to Messrs Turner and Parfitt, Melbourne. The latter intend to go in large ly for growing potatoes, and have already planted over ten acres. Shearing commenced this week, when some very heavy fleeces were clipped from Mlr Rolert Stanley's fl..ek of half bred Shrops, anti Rom neys, one weighing 17 lbs. A successful sale of stock and farm implemi.nts was held ...
DUBBO, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909
DUBBO, N.S.WV. George Keighran. Rose C'ottage, 31or gan-street., Dubbo, E.S.W\., wines: F' For about four years I£ uffered from indigestion, and it would be imporeib'e for one to toll you the pain and misery I suffered during that time. Everything upset my stomach. and dice greed with me for hcu:s afterwards. Even after the lightest meal I felt as though my chest was being crnuhed in. 1 tried a great many remedies, but to no avail. One morning- I- saw. an advertiameent in -the paper about Dr. Sheldon's Digestire 'Tabul, s. and thought I would like to try a box. After taking one box I felt much better, and after taking two boxes. I was completely cure.;, I em quitoe well to thin day." Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure of Indigestion and all -tomanch 'troubles. Pri.e 2'. id. per tin. Obtainable at E. I udduck, I: eneral storekeeper. Jetty store, Dromvua,Vic. ADVERTIsF.Is and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for inse...