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The Price of Fish. ENQUIRY PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

The Price of Fish. ENQUIRY PRO MISED. In the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Mr Prendergast referred to two telegrams which had appeared in " The Age " on Tuesday-onefrom Mornington, stating that two fisher men had forwarded 87 baskets of flat head and rock cod to Melbourne, and their returns were only 9d. per bas ket, or at the rate of seven fish for a penny; and the second from Franks ton, giving a local fisherman's market return for 26 scoops of salmon trout. This showed that although the latter fish, according to the market report, were quoted at from 5!- to 12/- per basket, the fisherman only received I/4. per basket. A consignment of 400 lb. of yellow tail realised .£417/-. This fish is retailed at if- per lb. The Premier said it appeared the prices realised by the fishermen were very low; buit that had been the case for a great number of years,; and the fact had-ao-be?ben'hOinlS?el" eif quiiries of the Fisheries Commission. What was wanted was action on the part of municip...

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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 1909. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

Flinders and Kangerong Shire Counciil. SATURaDY ; OCTOBER 30TH; 1909. is CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. v Present.-Crs Marsden (President), Clarke, Cain, Rudduck, Sharp, Davies, Chapman, Buckley and Stanley. r MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. FINANCE. Accounts amounting to £263 3s were passed for payment. TENDI:RS. The following were accepted: Bridge, Drumnamullock Creek. R. White, £37 10s. Works on Boundaay road, Centre and East ridings, G. Griffith, 2s 6d per yd. Sanitary service, Sorrento.-G. Hill, 15s per pan per annum. Sanitary service, Dromana.-Fresh tenders to be invited. Right to strip wattle bark in Dro mana ° park.--J. Mathews, for 3 months, at £2 16s per ton. CORRESPONDENCE. Was read and dealt with as under - From James Kennedy, Flinders, notifying transfer of allots 39, 40 and 42 Flinders to Edward Northcote. Received. Manager London Bank, notifying sale of allot 1, section 2, Dromana, to J. M. Campbell.-Received. Fern Tree Gully Shire, re pea r...

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An Australian Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

An Australian Industry. For the past five years Dr. Mlorse's Indian Root Pills have been manu factured in Australia, and we b.lieve .they are the only purgative Pills on the market that are made in t:his coun try by the proprietors. Most other pills are made by manufacturing chem ists and sold in bulk to the speculative pill companies to be boxed and labelled. We take no chance of this kind with Dr. BIorse's Indian Root Pills, and we know that the formula does not vary one-hundreth part of a grain. We also know that the ingredients are up to the standard, both in strength and quality. The crude material is im ported direct, being ground byourown machines in our American laboratory, where the greatest care is observed in the selection of the Roots and Gums from which this crude material is made. We have both in Sydney and Welling ton (New Zealand) up-to-date plants for the mauufacture of these pills, and should any of our friends he interested we will be only too pleased to show them...

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Frankston Progress League. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

Frankston Progress League. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday evenirg, in the Mechanics' Institute, when the following were present:-Dr. Maxwell (chairman), Messrs Bray. Cunning ham, Richardson, IMason, Bates, Pet tit,- Deane, Marsh, Patterson and Brody (hon. sec.) Lette's were received from the rail way commissioners and Hon. W?. H. Irvine, acknowledging receipt of en quiries re train service, and proposed new po-t otlice re-pectively. The only subscription list handed in was one by Mr W. P. Mason, with collections tot lling £5j5/6. 11r and Mrs Mason were thanked for the way they had worked to secure donations. Mr M:ason said that several people on the Island had expressed the ft ar that they would be specially rated to wards Kauanook creek improvement expenditure. He also mentioned that a lady had promised to pay for a sup ply of cinders for footpath to beach in Playne street, if the League or coun cil would have same spread. The secretary was directed to write...

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Property Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

Property Market. Messrs J. Livingstone & Cr., Morn ington, report having effected the follow ing sales recently:... On account of Mr A. Harlem-"Kirk patrick's" hotel to Mr L. Murphy, of Dromana. at a very satisfactory figure. Mr Murphy will take possession on the 1st December. On account of the Rev. W. O'HIagan Allotment of land having a frontage of 66ft to Cook street, to Mrs RePid, of "Belmont," Balwyn, at £2 per foot. On account of Mr A Sherlock-Villa and allotment, Main street, orningtoun, to Mrs J. A. Middleton,of Somerville, at a satisfactory figure. On account of Mlr E. A. hlunter-Al lotment of land having a frontage of 50ft to Queen street, Mornington, to Mliss Stott On account of Mr E. L. McCaughan... Cottage and allotment, Barkley street, \Iornington, to Mr A Clarke. ?On account of Trustees Executors and Agency Co ...Allotment of land having a frontage of 182ft to Drake street, Morn ington,.to Rev. W. O'Hagan. . Onaccount of Mr G. Quelch, Windsor ...Cottage and all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

Wall = Papers SPECIALLY- SELECTED. IVA! Pp'ers. Up-to-date and Cheap Call or write for -Complete Patter 3Cok. Posted Free. Picture Frames-Beautiful Art Frames to fit all sizes of Photo., Drawings Paintings, etc. Lowest Prices in Melbourne for Champion's White Lead Fergusson's White Lend R. S. &Co.'e Oils. Colors & Stainers, &e ONLY ADDILESS H. IMETCHER. 169 Chapel m treet, Windsor, Telephone 156 Windsor Ex. NURSE CRAWFORD Visits and Receives Patients. Address- ' THE CRANCE-," MORNINCTON ROAD, -Frankston. C. H. BOX -- (Late A M'Lellan.-)'-N MORNINCTON. CHAFF & GRAIN STORE. B -EGS to Notify the Public of ,iorning ton and District that he has pur chased the above. and hopes by civility aLd strict attention to Business to still merit the suppc.rt accorded to his Pie decessor. ALL KINDS Or PriODUCE IN TOCK. F. GQ. CIAMBE1LIN, -hrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, FRANKSTON Latest Drugs & Chemicals Stocked in PUREST Qualities. E. A. & ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

FRial aNotices. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. 'NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE A GENERAL RATE. N OTICE is hereby given that the Council of the Shire of Frank ston and Hastings intend at the Ordin ary Meetingof the said Council to be held on WEDNESDAY, NOVEM BEl 10.T, 1909, 2.30 p.m. to make :r G lEN ERAL RATE of EIGHTEEN PENCE in the Pound, on the Net Annual Value of Property Assessable in Shire of Frankston ai.d Hastings. It is intended that the sa-d Rate shall be male for the period commenc iug on the isr OCTOBER, 1909, and ending on the ,OT1 SEPTEMIBEIR, 1910, and shall be due and Payable on the 10Tru DECEMBER, 1909. The Estimate, Prepared in Accora ance with the Local Gov. roment Act, 1903, is open for inspection at Shan non's Suore, Frankston. JOHN E. JONES. Shire Secretary. - D ted this 1st day. of November, 1909. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received for: 2 Chains M3etalling and Crossing on Road, b-twcen John Firth's and Annesleigh. Specifications ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat Only Kept .................. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Rides and Skins Bought ........... =DEN-TAL SURGEON= By Examination of DarNTA BOARD OF VsICTORA, BEGS to notify residents of FRANKSTON and DzsraIcr that he is practising his profession at 162 CREVILLE STREET, -PRAH RAN (3 doors from Town Hall) DAIhLY 9 to 5 (Saturday included.) Painless Extracts my Specialty LAUGHING G-S. COCAINE, &e. Gold and Amalgam FILLINGS. ARTIFICIAL TEETH A SPECIALTY. All work and p-tienrs ont ousled to me will have my personal attention. - NO AFSISTANTrS. OO m S- i ilýf+ i-. ErLn to th- most minnte details the Wertheim Fcwinz OTechine is perfect In its mechani.-m and con siructi'n. No friction, to ribration,. Spractically noiseless. Cr-mpared part for part, it is the simplest mschine ever made. No complcx details to master. Light running, of great durability, and beautifully finishe...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

Frankston New Year's Day Sports. et A meeting of the committee of the above was held last week, at the Mechanics, when there were present: -Messrs Sherlock (chairman), Rich ardson, Walker, Benson, Beall, Patterson, Marsh, Dalman, E. I McComnb, Deane, Ritchie, Chamberlin and Pettit (lion. sec.) Reference was made to the fact 1 of logs having recently been taken from the Park, and on the motion of Messrs Walker and McComb the sec retary was instructed to send an account for 10/ to the person who re moved the logs. On the motion of Me-srs Patterson and lMComb, Messrs Chamberlin, Marsh and Patterson were elected a sub-committee to appoint the gate keepers. It was decided to write to the council and ask that several small repairs be effected to the cycling track and ground generally. The following is a list of the officials : Roeferees (cycling), Mr W. Gleeson, (pedestrian) Mr BMark Williams; Judges-Messrs A. Shannon, C. Dal man, E. McComb, and T. Ritchie; log-chopping supervisors-M-es-r...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

LOCAL AND CENERAL. . t o The 'Eumarella" made her first bay E trip to Mornington on Cup Day, when a about 300 persons spent a very pleasant outing at the beautiful seaside resort. o AT Somerville next Tuesday W. I. A Fairlam will conduct a clearing sale on P account of Mr C. Ii. Park. Particulars g are fully advertised this issue. IN this issue the Frankston and IIast- 8 ings shire council invite tenders for i metalling, etc. and also, applications for Y office of ranger at Frankston. o A nt;TTER test competition will be held on the 16th and 17th inst, by the Flinders H. and A, Society. The c.uditions re specting the competition are fully adver tised in this issue. TIE Mlornington Operatic Society will give its second performance at Morning ton on November 24th, when the Egypt- . ,ian Princess will be presented, under tb conductorship of Mr Sydney Doree. Particulars will be duly advertised. WE are pleased to notice that at a meet ing of the Executive Council on Friday last, Cr. H. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 November 1909

GREAT CLEARING SALE, AT irSTONE'S Drapery Emporium, MORNINGTON. Appended are a few Prices GROCERY Sale Usual Price Price Best 1 A. Sugar 2/6 doz 2/8 Good Tea . 9d lb. 1/3 Good Soap full size bats 4kd br 6d ,, Candles 5d lb. 7d Best Jams 7Vd tin 10d DRAPERY & CLOTHING Children's Cloaks, Beaver Trim med, 6/6, now 2/6. Ladies Caps, 8/11, 9/11, now 2/6 Hoyle's Prints, Latest Designs, Pretty Patterns.-Large quan tity to choose from. Cretonnes 4/6 doz., Galateaj/6 doz. i ::FIannplettes.(pink]/ll.dcz.?.. -? Art M'uslins (plain). 1/11 doz., figured 3j6 doz. Flannel 1/6 yrd., reduced to 1/3, and 1/3 to 1/-. LMen's Suits (Sezgrettes) 351-, re duced to 27/6, Tweed, 20/-, re duced to 16/11. Tweed Trousers (worsted) 10,', now 8/11 Men's Havard Shirts 2/6, ,, 1/11 Silk Striped Shirts 2/6 ,, 1/11 Bestline Stpd. Shirts 4/6 ,, 3/11 Hard Rats (Boxers) 10/6 ,, 21 Panamas 2/11 ,, 111 BOOTS & SHOES Men's Balmorals, Box Calf 10/6, now 716 pair. Men's Water-tight Blucers,- 10/6, now 8/6. B...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

MOOROODUU. With the continuation of fine weather, the grass is now in its prime, and cattle are doing remarkably well. The milking cows have increased their yield, while the cream supply has doubled. The prospects of the district were never brighter than at the pre sent time. Shearing is being pushed on wi h by several farmers as quickly as thle well-known shearers-Messrs H. Firth and J. McLellan-are avail able, and several large drafts are al ready cut out. The sheep are in good condition, white the wool is clean and of even quality. Shearing commences on the farm of Cr. E. P. Francis this week. Within the next week harvest opera tions will have setin, notably in the case of ensilage makitng. The crops have almost comne't the stage at which they are required for harvesting.

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. SMonday.-Before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., and MIessrA Sherlock and I Crawford, J's.P. VACCIEATION CASES. Fines of £2 each were inflicted on WV. McDavett and Win. Billings for non-compliance with the Vaccination Act. SCHOOL CASES. S. Orsino was fined 5s for failing to send his child to school the required number of days. AN ALTERED RECEIFT. S. G. Pickering sued Susanna Lynch, for £8 '0s balance due on promissory note. Mr J. Hogan appeared for com plainant, and Mr W. S. Cook for defendant. Both parties formerly lived at Mordialloc, where, it appeared, Mrs Lynch borrowed £50 from Pickering. She paid a portion, and the balance was put into the hands of D. White, estate agent, to collect. The evidence and cross-examination of witnesses was somewhat,lengthy. The whole c matter hinged on a receipt, which complainant said was for £7:. 7s. 6d, and which defendant claimed was for £17 7s Gd. In his evidence, Picker ing said the receipt had been altered, 1 by the fig...

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Help The Hospitals. MUNICIPAL CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

h nerp The :Hospitals.,: . MUNICIPAL CONCERTS. At the meetiig of the Fran-nttobn and Hastings council on Wednesday. Cr. Griffeth referred to the hospital question. He mentioned the number of cases sent from the shire, and said it behoved them to make an effort to save a little money beyond their charit able granti eacli year. He believed that if the matter were taken up, and entertainments held at Frankston, Somerville, and'Hasting, £20.or £25 could be raised. They sent a good number of people to the hospitals, and paid little in return. He thought they would have the sympathy and assistance of the residents In any endeavour made, and moved that they proceed in the matter, and one coun cillor from each riding be appointed to make arrangements. Cr Perrott said it gave him great pleasure to second the motion. He would do all he possibly could in every way to help the movement. On the motion of Crs. Woodhouse and Griffeth, Crs. Sherlock, Hodgins and Griffeth were appointed a com mittee...

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LACK OF ENERGY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

LACKOFENERGY. If you lack' energy,' don't relish your food, feel 'dull and constipated, all you need is i. dose of Chamberlain's TrLU. ". They, will make you feel like a new man and- gie you a healthy appetite. They will do you more good than a 5e. bottle of tonc. Y : : -

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CRICKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

CRIC1KET. TO THE EDITOR OF TIE STANDARD Sir,-Iu your issue .f the G6h inst., the Hastings Cricket Club is charged with treating the. Frankst, n Cricket Club and the association very shabbily. We think the boot is on the other foot as far as the as-ociation is con cerned, (of course we do not blame th. Frankston Club), but as a matter of fact, we did not receive any intimation whatever that we were drawn to play Frankston (on the 30th, until we saw the draw in the STANDARD of that dat ; consequently there was no teram pick, d and no arrangements made to go to Frankston, and it was utterly imlposs ible to arrange to go after getting the STA.DARD. The reason we did not wire to Frankston was that if we did so, we would be giving them the game, and we are protesting against this; as it cerLiainly was not our fault that we were not there, as we would de cidedly have gone had we been notified of the draw. Yours, etc A. T. DENIIAM, Han See. H.C.C.

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) WOMEN'S HOSPITAL, MELBOURNE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Our Letter Box. (We An not neaeoesar?y identify orrsel e with tLe opinions expressed .y correspondents) WOMEN8S HOSPITAL, MELBOURNE. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,-The Committee of the W?omen's Hospital brg to ap-eal to your readers in the hope that many of them who are unable to make dona tions in money may be able and will ing to send donations of eggs, butter and the like. Great quantiti,'s ,,f these necessaries are used annually, a- d at the preset time the institution is very heavily in debt and crowded with patients. In the winter provid ing eggs is a very costly item, and ex penditure in this direction wou'd be much reduced if a quantity could be preserved during the summer for win ter usa. The committee will bhe glad to p-"y freight of consignments to the heospital. !Arrangements! will be made with thie Railway Departm. ntl so that freight can be paid at this end, and any conlributions sent to the nearest railway station, directed to the TWomen's H?ospialt, , Melbourne,...

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The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

The Stud. The:'following stallions 'are adver tised in-THE STANDARD; todstand` this season, and particularere are given illy in the notices on: our fourth page: WV.J.. Baker s 13.3 pony, Glengarry. OC. 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 W. Ingwersen's trotter, Gladiator.

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Cricket. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Cricket. PENINSULA COMI PETITION. FIRIANKSTON v; .BALNAR1INIG. Frankston visited Balnarring 'on Saturday 'i cdonbect?in vith.i anId an enjoyable 'day's crirc?eet t sultcd in a draw. Frankston batted first. and compiled exactly 200 runs, of which Ben Baxter, jun., scored more than half. lie made 108 by faultless cricket, and lnever gave at chance. Kemp (29) was the highest of the other I.iatsen, and Baxter, ?cn. (12), and Hiarley (14), also reached double figureas. Balnarring replied with 110 fur five wickets, of which Farrell hy hard hitting scored 26, Callanan (23) and Farrell being not out at the close of play. Other double figure scores were D. Buckley (25), Oswin (14), and Myers (12). The visitors were hospi tably entertained by the houme team and their lady friends, an excellent supply of refre-nhments being provided, aid appreciated by all who particu pat e.l thereof. Scores : FirANKSTOx. Baxter, jun b Farrell ... ... 108 A LD Box run out ... .... ... 0 Robertson c Cailanan, b...

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THE CAU[?]E OF CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

THE CAU E OF CONSTIPATIO''. The most common cause of constipation is a lack of exercise necessary to keep the jnuscl-s of the bowels active. That is why cons:ilation is often b:ought on by too frequent use of pureatv -e. They act violenty performir g the work of thebowels for thn m, and Fo waketn 'th "me that they will not act without assistance. Cham be lair's ?Iab'ets will cure cjn-tipation because ibte d of doin: the wrork of the bowels they gently as'mul te them to voluntary action. The', fre luent ue will zot iojcre th- most.deliate person,

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