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DUBBO, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

DUBsBO, N.S.W. George Keighran, Rose C'ottage, oIlor gan.treet., Dubbo, N.'.W., wri:es: " For about four ears 1 suffered from indigestion, and it wduld be impossib!e for one ti tell you the pain and misery I suffered'during that time. Everything upset my stomach. and disagreed with me for bours afterwards. Even after the lightest meal I felt as though my clint wasbeing crushed in. 1 tried a gcrat many remedio,, but to no avail. One morning I: eaw an adi~ertisment in the paper, about' .Dr. Shitdoni's'. Digesti:ve' Tlabules.a ?lthoughtI wouldlikeo to trya; Iox. After taklng one box I felt much better, and after stking two' boxes, 1 was completely cured, I am quite well to this day." Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are an unequaled preparation for the cure of Indigestion and all btomsch 'iroubles. Price 2s. Od. per tit. Obtainable at E.- Rudduck, ( oneral storekeeper, Jetty store, Dromsuna,Vic. .ApvERTISERs and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Sunday School Picnics. MORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Sunday School Picnics, MORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN. (By old Scholar). On Monday the Mornington Pres byterian Sunday school hold the annual picnic ats Mt. Eliza. At 7 a.m. the fun commenced, when the teachers and helpers assembled to prepare the great essentials of a picnic-the meals. When I was a'scholar I was always told that this was hard work. Being allowed to look on Monday morning I am able to say it's nothing of the sort, but is (of course I'm only an overgrown scholar and may be wrong). unmitigated fun if bright eyes and merriment are reliable indications. At 10.30 "the scene was changed" and those hard working (7) teachers were to be seen with sober mien (really I fear that it was feigned), marshalling their light hearted scholars to the railway station, whence the funmakers were carried by special train to Msloorooduc. From here a 5 minutes wa'k brought the happy army to the scene of its struggle -apparently a struggle to wear out every ounce of energy. Here wms a revelation of...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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"Honesty is the Best Policy." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

"Honesty is the Best Policy." On Cup day (Tuesday, November 2nd) Mrs Taylor, of Melbourne, lost her purse, containing £9/11/G in the Mornington Park. Luckily it was found by an honest little boy, in' the person of Master Ellis Harlem, son of Mr Harlem, of Kirk's Hotel, 3Morn ington, who restored it to its rightful owner. Mrs Taylor offered to reward him, but he would not hear of it. Consequently she presented him with a very nice initialled gold medal, with the fcllowing inscription:-" Pie sented to El'isiHarlem for his Honesty, Nov 2nd 1909."

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

The Stud. The; following stallibns are - adver tised in TnE STA?LARD 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. 'inthank and Sons' Clydesdale, 'Heather Jock, and. also Larry. T. H. Sage's Pagliacci, a descendant of the famous Panic. WV. 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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MORNINGTON METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

MORNINGTON METHODIST. A typical late spring day-sunny blue sky and cool southerly breeze favored the Mornington Methodist Sunday school for their annual picnic on the 15th inst. The rendezvous was Balcomb's creek, and an early start was made, the scholars and teachers being driven out to an ideal site, having plenty of shelter and an undulating sward, situate on the bank of the creek. The children were in their usual high spirits, and the holi day spirit generally was abroad, and this alone was sufficient to ensure their enjoyment. Ample provision, however, was made for their entertain ment and there was not a dull moment all day. After a sumptuous dinner was partaken of a start was made with the sports. There were many humor oas incidents, and the rivalary was keen but fair, and all were "triers." The most entertaining event was the married men's race; in this each re spective Father was determined to show the children how "Dad" could go, and that age was not sufficient to altogeth...

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Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUFFERING. To maintain a healthy system the bowels should operate at least once every 24 hours. This is one of Nature's provisions which is too often ignored, and the result is untold suffering. Women are the greatest offenders, but sooner or later they must pay the penalty Many women's ailments are due to the straining and purging, following upon habitual con stipation, and in many cases displace ment of-the pelvic organs may be at tributed to, the same cause. Mrs S. Sullivan, 143 WVattle Street, Bendigo, says, "I beg t. siawe that my husband, after undergoing, a very severe illness some mouths ago, be came subject to constipation. He was advised to use Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and I can assure you with out fear of contradiction th 't these Pills are the very best remedy for that complaint, and also for liver and kid ney complaints. Indeed I never felt better in my life, and I am sure it is due to the occ msional use of Dr. Morse's Indian Root P...

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THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

TIHE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. T'he most common cause of constipation is a lack of execise necessary to keep the muscles of the bowels ative. That is why constipation is often brought on by too frequent use of purgat'ves. They act violenty performing the work of the bowels for them, and so weaken them that they will not set without assistance. Cham berlain's Tablets will cure constipatiou because itstead of doing the work of the bowels they gently stimulate them to voluntary action. Their frequentuse will not injure the most delicate person, Reports of district functions items of lcdal interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor. LACK OFENERGY. If you lack energy, dou't relish your food, feel dull and constipated, all you need is a dose of Chamberlain's Ta' lets. They will make you feel like a new moan and give you a healthy appetite. They will do you more good than a 5s. bottle of tonic.

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Lively Times at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Lively Times at Frankston The waiting-room set apart by His DMajesty's Government at the Frank ston police station was in great de mand last week-end. On Saturday night Constable Stephenson found a come verandah post in Bay-street, "as full as a tick," to use a well-worn colloquialism. Such sights being calculated to do the rising generation returning from thebellringers' enter tainment.., no good, the young chap was helped along and put to bed com fortably. In the morning he was better and repented of his indiscretion overnight, and it is hoped that the fatherly advice given him by Cr S. Sherlock, J.P. on Monday will have the desired effect and prevent him from again being put to bed under the same deplorab'e conditions, parti cularly for one so young. Constable Stephenson had hardly begun to snore peacefully before he was hurriedly awakened, and told that great ructions were occurring in the main street. Without taking a minute to grease the hinges of the strong room, he slipped a...

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

Peninsula Cricket Association. - LIST OF FIXTURES. - (Mlatches on first-named ground). 1st ROUND November 2o. Somerville v. Balnarring Tyabb v. Frankston Hastings a bye November 27 Somerville v. Hastings Balnarring v. Tyabb Frankston a bye FRANKSTON ATHLETIC SPORTS. In the BEAUTIFUL FRANKSTON PARK, One Minute from Station and Beach. New Year's Day, 1910, (SATURDAY, JANUARY 1sT) Cycling, Tootracing, Wood-chopping, Sawing Contests, Trick Cyclists. PROCRAMME. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP (Open), 120 yds, £?o-ist £7; 2nd £2 ; 3rd £i. Nomination 2s 6d, acceptance Is. OPEN HANDICAP, 222 yds, £5 -Ist £3 Ios; 2nd £ ; 3rd Ios. Nomination FRA7NKSTON WHEEL RACE, Ix miles, £IO.-Ist?L7 ; 2nd £2 3rd los and Trophy presented by Finlay Bros.. " Barb " Cycle Works. Nomination 2s 6d ; acceptance Is. BICYCLE FLUTTER, -. mile.-ist £2 ; 2nd Xi, third Trophy, presented by H. N. Jackson, builder of "'Hercules" Cycles. Nomination Is, acceptance I5. BOYS' RACE, 75 yds. 13 years and under, 17s 6d--st los; 2nd 5s; 3rd ...

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

F. G . CI[BBBE .I"l lhrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, F.RANKSTON Latest Drugs & Chemicals Stocked in PUREST Qualities. NURSE CRAWFORD. Visits- and Receives Patients. Address : " THE CRANCE,'' MORNINCTON ROAD, -Frankston. AE YUOU MA]? Or AREi YOU GOING a INSAINE ? Have You Got the Cigarette ? Or t Has the DEADLY CIGARETTE Got You ? i Have You Got the Graving for It? i If You Must smoke before Your Mieal, aster Your Ieal, and at t all times I Then ihe Deadly Cigarette has got you, end YOU ARE MAD INDEED! Tou Are Not Yourself. Your Self-will is Glne. r RE Hfor. Joxn I-tnar,31.T,.A., Premier fVirctoria, wants to StopB.ys and e1en frrm . n.cking the DEAI'LT CIGARE'ITE by Legislation. But, IWautto Step the CEAVING & THE RAVING for the De:dly Ciearette by Natural Meanus, viz., 7- "ifEUbE OF IMEDICAL HERBS AND THEIR hX I'RACTS. Do You kiarw that all Organic Diseases-C.nsumptson srcluded-are caused by Smoking The Deadly Cigarette. 'Those who are exlious to giver rp ...

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Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. WATER SUPPLY QUESTION. ESPLANADE v. COUNTRY ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. WATER SUPPLY QUESTION. ESPLANADE v. COUNTIRY ROADS. The ordinary monthly meeting was held on Thursday, 9tn inst., when the following were present :-Crs Flood (President), Alston, Nunn, Stephens, Male, Barrett, Lobb, and Bradford, and the secretary (Mr J Crosbie) CORR S PONDENCE. From Public VWorks Department, stati,ng th'lt necessary arrangement had been made to obtain a further supply of wire netting, at a slightly incr.ased r.te.-Received. Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, asking for subscription.-Received. T. \V. Fowler, stating he had sub mitted A Males' tender at Fisher man's bridge for approval of Public Works Dapar:ment. Also from Public Works Dapartment, returning tender re Fisherman's bridge as satisfactory. -Received. Treasury, stating that £8 Ts lid, accrued interest on Victorian Govern ment stock it credit of sinking fund had been invested in Victorian Goveriment 3 per canrt stock and added to sinking fund.-Received .. jands and Su...

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Cricket. PENINSULA COMPETITION. SOMERVILLE v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

Cricket. PENINSULA COMPETITION. SOMERVILLE v. FRANKSTON. These teams met at Frankston on Saturday, when the latter scored an easy win with seven wickets to spare. Somerville batted first and totalled 85, G. Grant (28) being highest scorer, whilst Sharp was the only other man to reach double figures. Baxter, jun. bowled splendidly, taking 7 wickets for 25 runs, in 14 overs. Frankston's fielding was excellent, Harley and Baxter, sen. taking some very smart catches. Frankston passed their opponents' score when only J. and A. D. Box, and Lawrey had been disposed of. Ben Baxter. junr., kept up his fine form with the wi low by compi ling a masterly 16', which was made in a style that pleased the spectators immensely. He hit eight beautiful sixers, and 18 of his scoring strokes were 4's. Jack and Bras Box each rattled up 22 and Tom Deane was 37 not out when play ceased a quarter to six. An unfortunate accident hap pened at the close of the day's play, when J. Clarke, Somerville's wicket ke...

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

Special Advertisements. Br ANNING, Pea Meal, Lucerne Chaff for Poultry; Barb Wire Wire Netting. Syracuse Plows and Implements. T. RITCuil, & Co., Frank ston. DRAUGHLT HORSE, Good Worker, £8. Draught Pony Mare, 14.2; Two Good Ponies. CALDWl:LL, Somer ville. FOR SALE. - Two Newly-calved COWS, gurranteedsound and qu'et. nIRs G. l3. COLE, Somerville. FnOR SALE. - Walnut DRESSING - TABLE and WASHSTAND. Lat est Art Design. Apply " ORuISTON," Frankston. ANTED.--Young COOK, or GEN ERAL, other kept. Apply MRS AI::.irTI?oN, Coolart, Balnarring W ANTED.-Goo] GENERAL, for Frankston- Apply, " GiNERtAL.' STANPDAILI Office. W?TANTED TO SELL.-Pure Berk shire HOGS, young. Apply W. C. Mco?uty. Butcher, Tyabb. " ANTED --A BOY. Apply Dr. W LMAXWEL.I Frankston. -· n ITED.--A. Good GENERAL. -I Apply 1I:s G. T. JaxKil.s, Morn ington. W'A?NTED. - A Smirt BOY for SOrders. MAxcaIE WILLIAMS, Butchers, Frankston. , LOST from Somerville. - Red and White HEIFER, Milking, branded like I-C S off RIp, red L...

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

A. GOXALL, -Butcher, - Bay-stre?t, Frankston, Families Wa.ited .n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept.................... Small Goolds of Every Des:,iption Fresh Daily. Rides and Skins Bought............... IR. TATTERSON =-E IT V i 'PGEi By Examination of DEzTarL. BoAND or VicroauA, BEGS to notify residents of FiUNKSTON and DIsracr that he is Pactisiug his profession at 162 CREVILLE STREET, -PRAHRAN (3 doors from Town Hall) DAILY 9 to 5 (Saturday included.) Painless Extracts my Specialty LAUGHING G S, COCAINE, &c. Gold anti Amalgam FILLINGS, ARTIFICIAL TEETH A SPECIALTY. All work snd patients entrusted to me will have my lersonal attention. -No AssisTANTsl-i the Wertheim Sewing Machine is . perfe',t in its mechanism and con struction. so friction, ro r ibration. practically noiseless. C'mpared part for part, it is the simplest machine ever made. No complex a details to master. Light running, of great durability, and beautifully finished. It i fi uwless from needle to t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 November 1909

LOCAL AND CENERAL. ON our fourth page this issue rifle shoot ing, district news, etc., will be found. MR W. C. Murray, butcher, Tyabb, advertises a price list for cash in this issue. IR F. J. Vernon, dentist, announces in this issue that he will visit Somerville professionally on the last Thursday in each mouth, and may be consulted at the Somerville hotel. THAT desirable property at Sorrento, "Woodstock," completely furnished throughout, will be sold by auction on November 23rd at Melbourne. The house is well-built, contains 11 rooms, and stands on land beautifully situated GG x 310, near the beach. The property is for absolute sale, with everything complete; to be sold in one lot. Terms call be arranged if desired. Particulars are given in advertistment. , AT the Mornington Council Mecti ig last week, the gas works manager reported that he had been to Melbourne and had been successful in securing another truck of coal at the old price. When the strike commenced, there was only suf...

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

SORRENTO. The very sad dealth of Mr J. Farns- worth has caused quite a gloom over the district. He was in the best of health on Tuesday, and at dusk he left on horseback to go to his house at Portsea. He was found by two of Mr H. B. Howard Smith's employees early on Wednesday morning, not 300 yds away from where he started from; face downwards and quite dead. His body was removed to the Sorrento Hotel, awating an inquest. He was well-known throughout the district, having been a mail contractor, also having a line of coaches running to different parts. He leaves a widow and young family to mourn his loss. A peculiar fact was that deceased had only gone about a quarter of a mile from the township when he met his death, both reins of his bridle being found three yards further than where his body lay, the buckles of the reins having being unbuckled from the bridle; the horse went home. Con stable Rawlings had to break the sad news to deceased's wife and mother, who were greatly affected...

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 November 1909

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. The' Somerville Fruitgrowers' held their monthly meeting on Monday night, a good muster of members being present. -The usual formula was gone through, after which Mr Joseph Unthank biought forward the idea of local exporters shipping under the name of the Association. The secretary also suggested that growers combine and get their own selling agents in London and other markets and book their own space. These matters were left for further consider ation, as it is felt that there must be unanimity throughout the whole of the Peninsula to ensure success. Mr G. Griffeth' moved that a letter be sent to the Hon. W. H. Irvine thanking him for. his- efforts in the Federal Parliament to have the Over sea Carriage Act made operative, and thus enable exporters at this end ' to take action for recovery of damages when expedient.

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 November 1909

Frankstonr Court of Petty Sessio'ns. Monday, Noveniber 22.-Before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., and" Ar C. G. V. Williams, J.P. illiConstable Stephenson proceeded against WVm. Connell, aged 25 years, on several charges, all dating Sunday morning, November 14th. Defendant said he desired the charges to be taken separarely, and pleaded not guilty. The first charge was of wilfully damaging property, under the value of £20, of Jas Millard. Jas. Millard said on Sunday morn ing he saw defendant in his place at Frankston about 3.30. lie broke a sidelight, pulled down some. curtains, and smashed globe of a lamp. The damage done witness estimated at 10s. In consequence of damage done, he sent for the police. To the P.M.: Defendant had been brought up in the village, and witness knew him from a boy. Defendant's aant found his child in .the street in the morning-in question, and asked them to take care of him. Hettie Millard. residing with her parents at Frankston,-said that when defendant entered the ho...

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Serious Coach Accident THREE PASSENGERS INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 November 1909

Serious Coach Accident THREE PASSENGERS INJURED That bug-bear of travellers on the main road from Mornington to Franks ton--Oliver's Hill-was responsible for another serious accident on Sunday last, and it is fortunate indeed that life was not lost as the result of the smash. The party, mostly yachtsmen who were unable to return on account of the rough weather, were being driven from Morningt3n to Frankston to catch the Sunday evening train to Melbourne, in one of Mr F. C. Doherty's vehicles, with J. Connell in going slowly the same way. It appears that hardly sufficient room was allowed to pass, and the coach with its 12 passengers swerved off the road and capsized. The occupants were violently thrown out or caught in the covered-in pot ti.n of the vehicle. The accident happened near to Lee Lodge, and the sufferers were con veyed there as speedily as possible. Dr. Farmer, who was one of the party in the coach, was fortunately not much hurt, and gave prompt assisttr;ce to those inju...

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The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 November 1909

The following stallions are adver tised in THE STA.DARD to stand this season, anid 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. 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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