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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 1909. (Held over from last issue). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Flinders and Ka°ngerong Shire CounciL . SATunRDnA, OcvoiER 30TH, 1909. (Held over from last issue). Present-Crs Marsden (President), Clark, Cain, Rudduck, Sharp, Davies, Chapman, Buckley, and Stanley. WANTED OR ;OT WASTED. The standing orders were suspended in order to hear Mr Duffy re strip of land along foreshore from Len-tell Avenue to Pt. King. Cr Cain: The executors of the late Sir C(. Gavan Duffy were offered £400 for this strip of land on behalf of the owners of lands abutting there on. The executors were prepared to pay £100 and let the council have it for £300. Mr Duffy thought Mr King (his partner) had put the matter in a nut shell. He produced a plan showing that there was a strip of 12 acres to high water madr which they wished to dispose of. He had in his possession a written offer of £400 for this Be fore closing wish the offer he wished to have the matter discussed by the council. The executoris 'were"willing to'let the council have. it" for ;£300; thus practically ma...

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Coaling Station at Westernport. CLAIMS URGED BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Coaling Station at Westernport. CLAIMS URGED BY COUNCIL. At the Frankston and Hastings coun cil meeting on Wednesday, Cr. Wood house introduced Mir A. T. Denham, of Hastings, t ho was present to urge coun cil taking steps to bring under Govern ment's notice the claims of Westernport over Invetloth as a proposed coaling sta lion. Mr iDenham brought a plan of the locality for the information of council lors, and said they all noticed a leading question now was the coal filds at Pow lett river. Under she circumstances it would be absolutely necessary to have a coaling port Only two places had been mentioned, Anderson's Inlet (Inverlobh) and Wester.port. The former place if s lected would need a long lenugth of railway to connect with line to Inelbourne, whereas Westernport would need none. The plan showed where a coaling station with dock yards, etc., could be provided. He quoted facts in favorofWesternport, as agai,;s: Inverloch's selection. Tuesday's papers showed that the matter was...

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WHEN YOU CATCH COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 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 ?dt,' and-leaveithe 'bronchital tubes weakened and, susceptible to attack from the germs of consumption. Dr: Sheldon's Neiv Discovery for Coughs and Colds no only 'sto*s the -cough..but heals and strengthens the lungs, and prevents serious effects from a cold. Small dose.- Pleasant to'take, i Eveay bcttle: guaranteed. : Price, is. 6d. alid 3.. Obtainable-at' E. Rudduck. Dromana.

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

Benefit Concert. The benefit concert tendered to Mr J. A. G. Robertson, held in the Dro mana hall on the 27th,.prox., proved a financial, and Iartistic success, the' hall being full to its utmost capacity. The receipts from sale of tickets amounted to close on £14. The pro gramme submitted was as follows: Overture, Miss Henderson; song, Florian- Song, Mrs Lester; song, Mid the Green Fie'ds of Virginia, Mr E. L. Milne; recitation; The Black Orator, Mr: E; Rudduck; song, The Pedlai, Mrs Rickets;. song, The .Tid Gee Geei .Mr. Wyatt; recitations, Clarence's Dream, Mr F. Counsel; song,' Across the" Blue Sea, Mrs Lester; song (comic), What did I D)o, Mr E. L. Milno; recitation, A Bush Cbristeniing Mr R. Wyatt ; song; The Beautitul Land of Nod, Mrs Ricketts; song (comic) Nobody, Mr E.L. Milne; pianoforte solo, Mliss. A. Murphy; concluding with a farce, "Who's Who," by the Dromana comedy club.

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

Tape worm. TWENTY FEET IN LENGTH PASSED BY A LITTLE GIRL AFTER TAKING COMISTOUK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. St.. Peters, Sydney, states: " I have pleasure in relat - ing my experience of the wonderful . efficacy of C.m stock's "Dead Shot" Worm .Pellets. One of my children, Ethel MclvoI. ' Ethel, . w hos e photo, I enclose, was a great sufferer from Tape Worm, but after taking your remedy she passed a Tape Worm, twenty feet in length. The other children were troubled with Thread Worms which a few doses of Com stock's " Dead Shot" Worm Pellets quickly removed." I strongly recnm. m-nnd Comstock's Dead Shot Worm Pellets, and you have my consent to publish this evedence of their value." Comstock's Dead Shot Worm Pellets obtainable at all chemists and stores, or will be forwarded by post (postage paid) on receipt of remittance. Price, is. 6d. per box (6 boxes; Ss. 6d). The W. H. Comstock Co. Ltd-, 58 Pitt Street, Sydney," N.S.W. WHY GO IIUNGRY? If your stomach is weak, and you are sufferi...

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Farewell Gathering at Dromana. A POPULAR FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Farewell Gathering at Dromana. A POPULAR IIfAMILY. One of, if not the most successful social functions ever held in the Dro mana district took place on Wednes day last, when the many friends of Air L. Murphy and family assembled in the Mechanics' Institute to give demonstation of the esteem in which they are held throughout the whole Peninsula. w.: .. .--1.-` - The prdceedings took the form of a concert and dance. Mr John Cain was right on the top of his humnour, and filled the chair in his usual ex cellent style. As Air and Mrs Murphy entered the room Miss Noble played " Irish Boys llurrab," which was fol lowed by "The Wearing of the Green," enthusiastically rendered by all pres ent. Miss Joyes (piano), and Master I Joyes (violin) gave a nice selection of Irish airs. Miss Grace Grillith, as " Colleen Bawn," gave a very pretty rendering of "A Dear Little Sham rock." Mr F. Counsel again gave the audience a genuine treat with " Fare well," and was deservedly encored. Dromana audiences...

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County Court at Mornington. A CLAIM FOR £149. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

County Court' at Mornington. A CLAIM FOR ~r49: At the County Court held at Morn ington last Wednesday. before Judge Mdule, Mrs M. Gregory, licenced vic tualler, of Frankston,-sued Arthur D. Boi,:grain broker, of 95 King street, Melbourne, for the sum of £149 sos. 3d., board and residence for week ends between 7th April 19oi, andl;T7th _ August, 19o09. The total amount stated as being due was £232 Ios. 3d , including 433 week ends. at. lof6;,:amounting to £227 6s. 6d., and ?5 3s.9d. money claimed to have - been paid to - the M.U.I.O.O.F. by complainant for defendant.:. Pa ments made- on variousn ate -byrdefendant-,to-com plaininit amoitted to £83, leaving a .balance of.i49,xos..3d , the amount sued for. Mr W. S:-Cook appeared for com plainant, aiid. defendant was repre sented byS Mr Bryant. "Mrs G-e?ory and-C. Dalman (sec retary of the M.U.I.O.O.F. lodge), gave evidence for the complainant Mrs Gregory said no arrangements were made for 'charges and pay ments-when defendant started st...

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DUBBO, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

DUBBO, N.S.TW. George. Keighran, Rose Cottage, tlor gan-street., Dubbo, N.S.1., writes: l E'or about four )ears I suffered from indigestion, and it would be impossible 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 malUI felt as 'though my che?t washeing crushed in. 1 tried a great many remedies, but to no avail. One morci ig I saw an advertisment in the paper about Dr. Sheldon's Digestive 'rabules. aind thoughtI wvould like to try n boxi.: After thking one: lb?icI felt much better, and after taking two.boxes, 1'- was completely cured, I amquite-well to this day:'." Dr. Sheldon's Digestive 'falbules are an une,:qualed preparation for the cure of Indigestion and all -tomech 'Iroubles. Prime 2s. 6d. per tin. Obtainable at E. Riudduce?. General storekeeper. Jetty store Dr omrna,Vic. AuviDETIstsis and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for ins...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

Frankston and Hastiings, ire Shire Council. re WEDNTSDAY, NOWVmBER 10, 1909. t- b Present :-Crs Colq (president), Murray, Griffeth, Sherlock, Perrott, Ritchie, Woodhouse,. JE. E.Jones (secretary) and A. K. T. Sambell 2 (engineer). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed oni the motion of Crs Woodhouse and Murray. TENDERS. t Applications for ranger for 'Frank- c ston.-Only one application was I received, and as this was informal, through applying for the position of ranger and Inspecter.of Nuisances, it was not accepted. Two chains metalling and crossing near Geo. Firth's, Somerville. G. Golding, £11 4s. Sanitary service for' Frankston. H. 'urdy, 44d per pan per annum, two years' contract. Supply of 100 yds shingle for Mornington road.-F. H. Wells, is lid yd. Purchase of old sanitaryv waggon. -H. Gamblc7i6/ - ,- " CORRESPONDENCE. From J. N. Marsh, secretary Frank. ston H. and A. Association, apply ing for use of Park, with right to charge, for the show on January...

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TYABB v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

TYABB v. HASTINGS. Low scoring was the order of the day in the above match on Saturday. In the first innings, Hastings with 38, had no dificulty in beating Tyabb's effort-lS-including six "ducks." Splendid averages aere obtained with the ball by \Ientiplay and Mar abella (Hastings), and W. and J. Baker (l'yabb). Hastings had a second in nines, and made 125 for nine wickets (L. Insigneri 23, Iteid 27, Floyd 20, O'Dea 14.) Scores: IIASTINGS. D Reid, jun., run out ... ... 4 T ,lentiplay, b WV Baker 0 T Kearns, b J Baker ... 3 P O'Dea. b W Baker ... 2 C Floyd, c Unthank, b J Baker 2 L Insigneri, not out 7 0 Sposisto, b J Baker ... 1 lMarabella, c J Baker, b W :Baker 2 Carmichael, c Denham, b \W Baker 10 W Mentiplay, b J Baker .. 5 A Boulter. b J Baker 2... ... 0 Sundries . Total ... ... .. ... 38 Bowling-JBaker, 5 for 24 ; W Baker, 4 for 12. TYAno. F Mills. b Marabella ... ... 2 W Baker, b Marabella !... .. 1 A D)nham, b T Mentiplay ... 0 Slocombe, c Carmichal, b Mentiplay0 H Denham, b ...

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

Ihrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, .. FRANKSTO? Latest Drugs & Chemicals Stocked in PUREST Qualities. 'NURSE CRAWFORD . Visits and Receives Patients. Address: "THE CRANCE," MORNINCTON ROAD, --Frankston. ARE YOU AD ? Or ARE- YOU GOING INSANE ? Have You Got the Cigarette.? Or Has the DEADLY CIGARETTE Got You? Have You Got the Graving for Ih? If You Must smoke before .Your fileal, aster Your ieal, and at all times ! Then the Deadly C-:arette has got you, and YOU ARE MAD INDEED! You Ae -ot Youraeif. Your Self-will is GOae. r? '?l !i.s. Jts S? t:?:AY,?,1.L..A., Prrmier (fVitroria, wattsto Stop Boys and Men _. fro m · ru king the ])EA 1.Y CIGA.rtE'ITE by Legislation. rut. I Watt o Stop the C3RAVING & THE RAVfING for the Oeadly Cigarette by Natural.31eaus, viz., 'lHE U E OF Si EDLCAL HERBS AND THEIlE ~r.XrLRTS.. Do You 1nr?n that all Organic Discseso-Ccnscmption Ireluded-are caused by Smolnhe tl Dedly Cigarette. 't hose bho are asx:ous to give up the Dirty. Habit -...

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

Amuseme-nts. Tr~yA IB ANNUAL PICNIC, COX . C;itiT, Friday November 26th. Admission Is. children half-price, family tickets 2-. Moolight. Good talent. A. E. BEvi Sec. Mechanics' Hall, DROMAIIA. ......A GRAND...... PLAINP & FANCY D=ESS W BALL' WVill be ih! on MONDAY, 1ITht IsOY. Admission : G(entleman 2Ss Gd, Ladies Is. Good Music. Eflicient M.C. Cou:t Star of MIornington, A.O.F. - Anniversary - BALL, ~i-Friday, 19th Novembcr, 1909. At the M.Ichaaies' Institute, IMORNINGTON. Double Ticket 3/G. Simgle Ticket 2/G. Good Music and Recfreshments. S;r.T.1x.EV, Hon. Sec. Slmechanics' Institute. hIlornington. .- n - .r-"-? iort.. Operatic Society will give its Secon? I'erforrm ance in the above Hall ou Wednesday, Nov. 24th, When Chas. Vincent's CHAIL1MING OI'ERETTA Tle Egyptian Priq cess In Two Acts will be Presented. "The Eg;ypti:i Princess' will be pre cceded at 8 p m. by OrI'I:NI:.CII's Ciiatil OI'EI-I:TTA " The Blind Beggars." FRANKSTON ATHLETIC SPORT S. Ill the BEAUTIFUL FRANKSTO...

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

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited :.n for Orders.......... Prime Meat O.,y Kept. ............. Small Goode of Every Dersuiptona Fresh Djilv. Rides and Skins Bought. .............. IR.,T ATTERiSON SURGEON By Examination of DaNTA Ar.BOARD OF VicrosLA, EGS to notify residents of FANKsaTON and DisTaler that he is Pactising his profession at 162 CREVILLE STREET, -PRAHRAN (3 doors from Town Hall) DAILY 9 to 5 (Saturday included.) Painless Extracts my Specialty LAUGHING GAS, COCAINE, Sc. Gold and Amalgam FILLINGS. ARTIFICIAL TEETH A SPECIALTY. All work and patients entrusted to me will have my personal attention. - No ArSISTANrs .-- From Needle Treadle Even to the-most minute details the Wertheim Sewine Machine is pe-feet In its mechanism and con. struction. No friction, to vibration. practically noiseless. Compared part for part, it is the simplest machine ever made. No complex details to master. Light running, of great durability, and beautifully finished. It...

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The Standard. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 November 1909

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. LOCAL AND CENERAL. FLI.IDERS council news on our fourth page. 'Mornington council report, dis trict news, etc., held over. " The Egyptian Princess" will be staged by the Morniugton Operatic Society on November 24th under the conductorship of Mr Sydney Doreea.'... A GOOD catch of schnapper was made on Saturday evening at Frankston by Messrs A. HI. aud W. Gregory. In about 21 hours' fishing, no fewer than 23 nice fish were hooked, the largest being Gj lbs, MR J. N. Farnsworth, of Portsea, a waggonette proprietor, was found dead on the side of the road at Sorrento on Wednesday morning by Mr D. Delaney. He left Sorrento about 8 p.m. on Tues day to ride home to Portsea. When his body was found it was face downwards, and there was no sign of any struggle. An inquest will be held. THE Frankston Rifle-club team which visited Ballarat last Saturday, found the range conditions strange to them, and were defeated rather easily. Walker headed th .list'for the visitors Coop...

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Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. PRAHRAN. On Saturdaylast a match was shot between Prahran and Frankston on the latter's range, when the home team proved winners by nine .points. J. Lynch with 64 was top-scorer for Frankston, thereby winning a silver spoon donated by the visitors. scores : FRANKSTON. .T. Lynch 04 C. Willox 63 R. Lloyd ... ... ... 62 T. Cooper... 61 W. Oates ... .. ... GO C. Dalman ... ... ... 58 I. Lloyd ... 58 D. Petrie ... ... ... 56 C. Grant ...... ... 54 J :Moseley ... ... ... 54 588 PRAIIr.Ax. Sanders. ...6 ... ... GG Oates ...... .... ... 60 Candy ... ... ..._ 60 Chisholn - ...... ... 58 Horner ... ... ... 58 Alexander- . ... ... --58 Littleficld^ :57 .. 57 Young ... .. . 57 El-ina .. . .. ... 55 Brush .. ... ... ;.. 50 579

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WHEN YOU CATCH COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 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 for 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. Rudduck. Dromana. - ,--.:

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TYABB. (Held over from last issue). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

TYABB. (Held over from last issue). The social got up to provide articles for disposal at the Christmas Tree Fair was held on Friday evening t last. Although the fair sex turned I out in good numbers, the attendance of the sterner sex was disappointingly small ("three penny hoppers" being : conspicuous by their absence). fIow ever, the company kept things going till the small hours of the morning and enjoyed themselves immensely, songs being interspersed between the dances, and refreshments fit for the Gods were provided in such quantities that a second supper could easily have been provided. On Monday evening a public meet ing was held to discuss the reply of the Railway Commissioners to the request to have a man plated in charge of the local station. The mpissive reads to the effect "that as a caretaker is quite capable of satisfactorily at tending to the business, the Commis sioners regret they connot see their way to accede to the request." They further -add" that, the objection...

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Sorrento Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Sorrento Police. Court. At. "thi Sorrento- C Court of -erty Sessions on Wednesday, before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Messrs Ralph Marsden and E. -Clark, J's. P., Con stable Rawlings proceeded against George Haywood, a carrier, residing at Sorrento, for being drunk on a high way while in charge of a horse and dray at Sorrento on the 9th. Novem. her. The Constable stated stated he saw the defendant celebrating the "King's Birthday" by driving round in his dray to all the hotels, having one for the "King" until at last he had to be led by the arm out of the Conti nental hotel, and lifted into his dray, when another young man drove him home, he lying on the bottom of the vehicle. Defendant pleaded not guilty, and said he was not in charge of the horse and dray. The P.M. remarked that he supposed he was too drunk to take charge, and fined him 10s, in default 24 hours. John" Wooster, the shire herdsman, proceeded against same man for using insulting words -to him in a public place, when impoundi...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

MOOROODUC. The crops are turning color fast and harvest operatons will soon be. in full swing. In fact, it has started on the property of 11. Grind.il, Esy, where a good harvest is anticipated; the binder is busy at work. The crops are also very promising on the " Annesleigh " estate, but not quite so good as the previous year; the wet winter being much against hay grow ing. The ho'iday, not much regared by the country folk, was well availed of by the city people, quite a number visiting the district and spending an enjoyable time, equal to one spent in more fashionable places. Before many years, when the attractiveness of this district is better known, it will rival the best, for a health giving, invigor ating resort to week enders and holi day pleasure seekers. With the con clusion of Monday (King's birthday), the station presented quite a busy ap pearance nearly equal to some of the larger stations with many officials in charge. Here we witnessed a law abiding crowd patiently awa...

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Boy Shot at Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Boy Shot at Dromana. A boy named Alfred Gibson eleven years of age was badly injured on Thurs day morning atf romana., -.. ,,-.x-., ::° The lad washgndliug a pe rifle,' when it went off and the pellet struck him on the right knee. He was brou"ght into Melbourne, and taken to St. Vincent's Hospital, where he is being attended to.

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