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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

Public Notices J'rankston .:. Coffee Palace UNDER ENTIRELY NEW 31ANAGEM1ENT,. .r ...aplnllnh, lPNOI IETIRESS F IH BUNNEY, Bay Street, Frankston. ...Stocks a' first-class Ars rtment of... Groceries Dairy Produce Fruit Crockery Cor:nictionery Vegetables sort Drinks &c. Melbourne Price, .'-:.r:li es;, Civility ...und Attenr .on.... of All Good- of rest Quality. ai A Tral'Solicited. a? is:facti.on guaranteed Misses Benton , ...lieg t)o N,,tLFv that ll ." have startied... Dressmaking, &c. O-On thet ,w ' 'i..- --- N AiN STF EE,1 L 1orningiton. S1 I IN' II ' x,1 ' :O'RiL:. Mr. Ala" i: h0-1r. and sin::: ., I' - " b i - h ,ur each w ',k ""', ... - ;'' - perI term of t- h.fhu.r-. PI:n.-£1 10s per term . 'f ':: .ur ."-: .weeL. --OIN ; T - R. 0V. JONES General Sto ekeeper, CARRU1T. FOP i;RO.IO(Clr -. '.\P'lE'V. H A l t D \ V.1 1 : E . Bt F t '. . S H 0 1 '. A " BRAr. I .' : 'FI '. r "I . E1, 1 i l:A.\T . i ' !.1.. I: I , i' :".1 '; rN; . , ANt) ALL G:..iN i. IN .STOCK. A:li , n....

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. FoR the first three days of this month 109 points of rain fell at Frankston--52 on the 1st, 47 on the 2nd, and 10 on the 3rd. AN important clearing sale will be held at Flin,lers on Tuesday next, 8th Sep tember, when Mr T. Holland's household furniture, stock, sundries, etc. will be sold without reserve. The sale commences at 1 o'clock sharp, and should be largely 3 attended. As will be seen by advertisement, the Frankston Rife Club's annual meeting has been postponed till Monday evening, 14th September. The business is important, and s large attendance of menybers is re Mon)r DiConstables Stephenson (Frank. stoi), Joyes (Drooana), and Watt (Hast ings),'were on duty in Melbourne during " Fleet week," and return to their stations to-day. Constable Kennedy,. of Mordiallnc, came up daily and kept an eye. on Frankstoz during Constable Stephenson's absence.' THE recent fall of rain was very welcome on the Peninsula, as the past month has not only been very dry, but exc...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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A Boy in a Boat. WASHED UP AT MORNINGTON "16 DAYS AT SEA." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

A Boy in a. Boat. WASHED UP AT 'MORNINGTON' ",16 DAYS AT SEA." Is A mild sensation was caused at t Mornington on Thursday afternoon, p when a boat containing a lad was F washed ashore on the sandy beach. t, The boy proved to be'a young German d, of 16 years, who related an extraordi nary story. He spoke English very ai well, and said his name was Alfred , Straschitz, and that he was one of the c1 crew of the three-masted sailing ship it Wangard, bound from Hamburg to tl MLelbourne, and that the vessel ran on f the rocks off Tasmania. b He gave a graphic description of the I wreck of the vessel and the crew leav ing in boats, 16 days ago. Since then, h he said, he had been drifting about in the boat, with nothing to eat, and that his three companions had been washed overboard. The police were doubtful of the boy's statement, and the following para graph in the "Herald" explained I everything, the young German later on admitting he was the boy that ran away, and that his statements ha...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

For Season's Tradae C. DALMAN, Frankstonn BOn?'l Pf' n?, Is prepared to Fill All SbasonA ble Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES~.RIGHT. . GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES,. ROPE SANDALS, For the.Beach. LADIEP' fNt, GENT-'.f '. T c1T BiCTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEA rLY EXECUTED 3OOTS and SHOES M-ADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AiND CO. FRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. The. Famtous Renmedy foE Couhs, Bronehitis, Pneumonia, Plerisy, Asthma & Cosuw tion BRONCHITIS and PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIA and PLEURISY BRONCHITIS 'd PitJURSISf." " Cured by cured by A Severe Case Cured by Two Bottles of HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE HEARNE'8 BRONCHITIS CURE Hearne's Brenchitis Cure. After other Treatment had Filedt had Failed After Other Treatment had Failed. Mr. W. G. Hearne. Dear Sir,-From a strict sense Mr. Hearne, Chemist, Geelong. of duty I feel that I should publish the following state- I, Prudence IM'Kee, of ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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The Fleet. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

The Fleet. s1 pr ý--- fo To-DAY the great array of Ameri- tb can war ships takes its departure from ti Hobson's'Bay, after aweek.oflfestyi- - ties which :will long be remembered. m The Saturday previous the ,flet ploughed through the heads with their to bows towards Melbourne, amidst ex citement, the parellel of which Vic- M toria has never known before. As the si departure neared, the officers and men !' were each day made more and more or " at; home " in every sense of the word. The sentiment of cordiality expressed w everywhere had a ring of genuineness a, about it that forced the conviction o that the visit may be of far more im- la port tkan the casual calling in at a friendly port. We have of late years a had visits from Japanese battle ships, o and ill-fated Russian vessels of war, each accompanied by a flutter of mild v excitement and curiosity. Both Japs and Russians were treated in the hos- it pitable manner Victoria is wont to C -how towards visitors of note, and the l? :...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

Public Notices. iBUY NOW J 1o CLEARING L1NES, suitable for Winter Trade. MILLINERY. LACES. M DRESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's Stores.. ............FRANKSTON. Established 1870. ......ALL LINES...... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &c., &c " My Boys '" Butchery?, PRANKSTON None but the Choicest Meat kept. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. Families Waited on For Orders Daily. RIDES AND SKINS BOUGHT. Prime Poultry Always on Hand. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE. St" Note the Address GEO. BARNETT "My Boys" Butchery, YOUNG STREET. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON CO A C H FACTORY. ANNIE CAMERON (Late JOHN CAMERON), Coachbuilder, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT - MAKER. - Painting and Trimming a Speciality. Order attended to with promptness and despatch. H. CAMERON, Manager. G. W. WELLS F&?ILY BUTCHER, FRANKSTON THAINKS his numerous customners their nast support and desires to impress nl?n them that none but the primest beef, pork and mutton will be sold. Costomers call...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the FTAaDaRD can be oltauned from Mr D. M. Bett.) Mr James Caldwell (late secretary of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Asso ciation) is again suffering very severely with one of his eyes. It will be re membered that several years ago Mr Caldwell was under Dr. Jackson with the same eye, and it was thought a complete cure had been effected. However, such was not the case, and the sufferer is again under Dr. Jack son's care. I r Caldwell has the sincerest sympathy of all local resi dents, and we wish him a speedy re covery. At the monthly meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association on Monday evening next. a big business sheet will be before the members. Sd"'-e gates_ ($)- to the annual con ference are to present their report. It is to be decided whether or not a two days show. shall be held, and the date or dates to be fixed. Further infor m-Ltion will be forthcoming anent the proposed Cool Stores for Somerville, and other items will be brought for ward.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

TYABB. (Copies of the STAuDA?? can be obtained from Mr D. M. .ett.) The special nhight in connection with the H.H.C. last week was very successful. There was a very good attendance, visitors coming. from a distance. 'So well pleased' are the committee at the success of their efforts that they intend holding a euchre party. The programme was as fol lows:-Overture, Miss Lester; song, " Twickenham Ferry," Miss Houfe; song, " The Rover," Mr F. Barclay; son, (encored) "'Taint all Honey," MIr J. Hobden; step dance (encored), Irish jig, Miss H. Vann; song, " The Bridge," Mrs Houfe; song, " Sweet Blue Bells," Mlr A. Sheehey; song (encored), "Any Rags," Mr A. Amen dola; song, "Snowflakes," Miss D. Denham ; song; "As Your hair grows Whiter," Mr W. Baker; American cake walk, Miss H. Van; Imitation clog dance, " Boneo "; pianoforte solo, Miss Latchford.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

CIUICIET,. Some or-anised means should bie tak:cn to create- an interest in district cricket, during the coming season. TIhre are, on the Pg,.ninsula many first class exponents of the sumlner sport, bar of late years thl game has only belen played in a hlf-lhe.rted manner. Cite formation of a 'Pninsula Cricket Assciatiunimis desirable, and doubtl:s. a trophy w;,uld be presented by oomne ,n:" desirous of .eucournaging healthy rivalry. We wiuld suggest that a meeting of represenratives of clubs ,le-irous of forming be held, which would needC( to be: li-d at an early sat., so as to allow aillp'le time to ILrraIinge ineesse-ary details. District club:: -hould he hollding the'ir annuall me-t nugs lbeforeo long, andt tith miatter of :a lc.d competitiomn is one of tlthe lirst 'i ings tlha. should be discussed.

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Sport and Pastime. FOOTBALL. AN ENJOYABLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

Sport and Pastime. SOOTBILL, .. AN ENJOYABLE MATCH. On Saturday afternoon last the Frankston club played a thatch agaiust a team from Abbotsford rejoicing in the name of the "Primroses," in the Frankston Park. Both clubs had weak combinations afield, the locals being without the services of several of their most prominent players. The game proved interesting from the bounce, though, the day being rather warm for football, much of the.plea su-e was taken out of the game froth a players' point of view. Frankston, in the absence of Skipper Kennedy, were under the control of Louis Sulli van, who handled the team very credit abby. The visitors, who are merely a social club, had some first-class players in their ranks, inecuding several old Association campai-,aers, whose know ledge of all the "' points " of the game was a great factor in their success. Knox and Curtis (late of Port Mel bourne), we understand, were included, as was Thorpe, a champion in school football circles. Fraukston ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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A HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

A ns-r.-The Wairarapa Times re marks that a witness in a court case at Palmerston, N.Z., said " It was a principle of journalism that a meeting which was not advertised was not reported by the Press." This prin ciple does not appear to be understood by some pe'sons. l5or instance, it is quite a common experience for people to drop into. a newspaper office and ask for locals for entertainments and meetings, concerning which not a word of advertising has appeared. To ask for locals on these conditions is about on a par with entering a baker's shop and asking for a loaf without paying for it. A newspaper proprietor gives localsin return for advertising suppor., and people should not expect locals or reports on any, other condition." -0 Adverti.e in a paper with a' good circulation..' The STAsDAaD enes all over the districr,'and vyur ad. goes wth it. The'-ST~iDAID is the paper t: tpp'.ash your ad.' araiud-try it.,

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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The late Cr. Nowlan. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

The late Cr. Nowlan. The funeral of the late Cr. Lawrence Nowlan, whose death was reported in our last issue, took place at the Flin ders general cemetery last Wednesday week, the funeral service being read by the Rev. Father Hagan, of Morn ington. A very large number of resi dents from all parts of the Peninsula attended, and all the councillors of the shire of Flinders and Kangerong, and the secretary (Mr Fulton) followed the remains of their late colleague to the last resting place. The deceased gentleman, who would have been 62 yeare of age had he lived two days longer, was born at Mullaglimast, County Kildare, Ireland, and was the youngest of a family of four sons and three daughters, several of whom were also old colonists of Victoria, having landed previously to the recently decea sed councillor, who arrived in Mel bourne 48 years ago, a few months be fore the visit of the late Duke of Edin burgh. Mr Nowlan came straight to the Mornington Peninsula, where he re sided until hi...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

Mr Thomas Sneldon. Family Grocer, 'Mornington,; Dunedin., N.Z., writes regard. ing Clhamberlain'a Conghbemodv:-" My littleo grandh.l.t was verfbliad witlfrcroue. and w"- had tritd. nearly ea-e-tlthing we ever hoard of, but with no ~esult.. We secured a bottle of Chamberlain's COrugh Rmnedly and gtve it to liim accord ng to direct ons. It only took a couple of doses to car.ee all the phlegmn to come away and soon be was out of danger. I really. think." he. adds, "'that Ckamberlain' :Cough e:nedy ks the 'best reniedy sold for children'. For sale by all store keepers, .Public Notices. WEALTH: The Reward of Thrift. Without Gambling ! Without Speculation ! ! Without Risk ! ! ! Invest Your Savings in Qovernment PREMIUM BONDS. They are guaranteed as to principal and interest consequently as safe as British Consols. They bear fixed interest in most A cases from 2 to 4 per cent. and give the holders the chance of acquiring a fortune by periodical Drawlnes with Prizes from £24.000 down to £20...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 September 1908

SORRENTO. The result of the Board of Advice elections at Sorrento, Rye, Boneo, and Rosebud are as follows: S. Trueman... ... 142 J. Paterson ... ... 114 D. Macfarlan ... 99 W. H. Hurley ... 98 W. G. Allen ... 95 W. Tayton ... ... 74 M. Matheson ... 60 G. Rigg ... ... 63 D. James ... ... 47 The first five are elected for five years. The members of the newly-formed Shamrock Club held their first weekly social on Thursday, August 27th, in the Athenaeum Hall. There was a large attendance in response to the in vitations issued, and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Sorrento had quite a gala day ap pearance on Saturday last the arrival of the fleet being responsible for a great influx of visitors. Without a doubt residents of Port sea and Sorrento and visitors to those places enjoyed by far the best view, of the Fleet's arrival. Sorrento people were specially favoured, the fleet being in sight from there for over four hours. A meeting of the Sorrento branch of the A.N.A. was held on the...

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Five Stomach Worms. PASSED BY A CHILD ONE YEAR AND TEN MONTHS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

PASSED BY A CHILD ONEIYEAR i iANDD TEN.MONTHS OLB.;a?:. ,1 '" 'For six mopths;' states Mrs C. A, Madden, of Kurrajong, N.S.W., :.my little boy, nowaged ones year,,and..ten monthb?,-rhas- suffered: frora,Stomach Worms, which ,the doetor?-attribnted. 'to the use:of inpure..water. :::Until he was sixteen months old he enjoyed very good health, but subsequently he becqme very, :iritble °and cross,i-rid iiter on he was examined by a doctor, Sho stated that the causewas Stomypl .Worms. '"Various tiettmients' were' tried, a d on. one oicasioi a Stomach Wdorm was passed from the boweilss The evacuations friom tlie bowels were. always stained with blood, ani' th motions were quitei unnatural.' On tbree or four occasiois the' child was ilmost' h'oke?"?nu'd went "iinto .co'i vulsio:n and almost blahck in' the face tirough the Worms passing up to the Airpat. and I had to force my finger ,lown the , throat to remove the Worm. . . 'Only last neck I was' strongly advised to try Codistock's "Dead S...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Football. To-day (September 12th) is the date appointed by the Peninsula Football Association for the match-Hastings v. Frankston, the former club having been given the right of challenge. In view of the fact that a match-Old Players v. Frankston team-has been arranged to take.placQ in the Park this afternoon, there is little liklihood of the first-named fixture being playsdj We understand the Frankston club has informed the Association that the team refuse to play, contending that the game with Somerville was the final match.

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Help Your Newspaper! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Help Your Newspaper I The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your Jon PaxNTrxw. If you do not feel able to run an advertisement, isurely you can "afford to give the news paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes and all 'business printing t3 execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting; up the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the printer that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping to build up your district. The time may coume when a country newspaper can live simply on the revenue derived from ad vertising and subscriptions, but no ordi. nary newspaper in an ordinary district can exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a good newspaper-one that can still further help you and your town-orva IT TOUR JOB PRINTING.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Dandenong Market. A- moderat supiply of milkers and Ipri-gers. Veryfew good cows penned.' and for such, pnrices were good, while in ferior sorts were hard 'to quit at low values. . . Springers: D. McLellan five to £7/12/6, J. Henry two to £5 10s. •Store cattle: A small yarding which sold at about late rates. Piges: A : fair yarding 'with some good quality' pigs, both in bacon and pork, prices being firm right throughout the sale. Bacon, heavy to £5, medium from £3 10s to £s, light from 60s to £3. Pork ers, heavy from 40s-to 44k, medium from 28s to 34@, light from 20s to 25e. Stores from 15. to 20e. Suckers very dear, qusity to 18, others from 98 to 14s. Calve.: Big yarding and very dear. Quality to 2So, others from 2s 6d up. wards.

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District News [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

District News Reports of district functions, items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by .the Editor., , Secretaries of clubs are invited to send along items of interest for insertion. Communications should be forwarded as early in theweek as possible.

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The Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

The 'Theatre. " The Merry Widow " has been playing to fine business in Brisbane ever. since the Royal Comic Opera Company opened there on Friday last week. "The Dairymaids" will be produced ere the season finishes, and then a long visit to Sydney will begin. This evening "Peter Pan " enters upon its fourth week at the Sydney Theatre Royal. . The 100th performance of "The Scarlet Pimperel" was given- y -.the .Julius Knight Company in Adelaide .las-.week, and as the audience happenle to be' a holi day one (it' being Eight Hours' Day) the play 'inet' with a. most enthusiastic re ception. : " SBefore leaving England.on the "Oiontes,' Madame Ada Crossley was intervieied by a representative of the London'"to Daily Chronicle onthe 'subject of' her fonr% to Australiat 'That she and her'party. intend paying a long ,`isit to Australia is evidenced by the quantity of material. (musical and otherwise) which is being brought out. For instance Madame Crossley told the interviewer that they were b...

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