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Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The follhwing is the wilter timn tahle wvhich camo into operation on the l1t 'iEIsdlOUI1NE '10 FR.ANK-I"ON. - :p.m. pFm. 1 w. "-- tn, BEt. ' S ILVO J.I Int p .m I . p, jm.Ifl * : nly ex. \lelbouinuodop 8.10 12 '20 1.12 * 14 "1 1 0 1120 11,8 (III rruin ,4j 11.23 1.54 2.21102,23 541 6.23 7.21) 12."11 Frnoitclp, .r oI 41.5 ..2.37 2 4.:1 ii'" 1134 7."10 19 F~ YA\IkS'l'ON 1) III 1,141)111(\ l nRi IIolfL dep" I°7.1 827- 1.17 , 1 "1 ~ n.3 8.20 8hlbc·"n . ant", -S.32 11;1.8 237;}.3"12 4-.2 J.. i 7:12 11.12 'NE. 1-1) FRANo iCSI'Yo`.- I .. ' Sa~- Dkrf. ý ThIhourlle. del!,10.5,. 2.25 (6O 0.30 i:rrumt 2 .8 7.10 1089' Frutkeir t"'r. arr. 12 151 3.15 10.00 F1 K "iT-1ON "I) 1 iEfA3QUlLNE, P.m, pmnl p~m. Pm. :Jrv~r BOU1':N" TO ;1OK-TI~G'CON. U 0 '0 IIotne,. arr 110un 2 tim 3 8.6 .2 ?M'o-Gkd: ftU.it V' TO MO rNNT\ f 33ntI. I Vrns l ,". ": I :31 _ "i~i '"lr,i u~tiu unniou a.rr o 5 u59., 1< "'11rnin,ýton.':arr: .. 10.55 :7.2I' ..J3 I IMOrNING'TON ...

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MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

MELBOUPJNE TO STONY POINT. am p.mn AIMetlourne, dep. ... 8 10 ,i,30 Carrumi . 9.23 tr'2: Prankston, r. . ... 93. .31 ., dep. ... 9 14 i.4! L.anwarrin ... 0 l?orningtonr Jiunctin,;. ar. !15) 5 doit. 10 o 7.1, omprville ... 1o,0 7 T'yanh ... 10' , 7.' Hasting ... :7 7::: Stony lint, arr ... 11 ) 7. S 'EOY POlOI '' i'Q 21 .,9 Uv. Thur. n.m. a.m. p.m. Ttinny Point, ~ep. ... 7.1p !.0 :t r, Crib Print * litit rn ... 7 ; :1 t. * Hastina .. 7.32 : . p.m. Tylhb .. 7.41 12s 18 Someriile ... 7.43 12.35 0 Morninigton .It .. ir. .. 7.f5 12.15 5.0 , ,, dp. .... 8s 12 52 5 25 F'ri:nltoatl, a:-r. ... s u2 I5 \l .:.i 1 ', . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . .. .

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SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the BTADl?RD can beobtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION The Somerville.Fruitgrowers' Asso ciation held its monthly meeting on Monday evening, Mr W. H. Shepherd, the president, being in the chair. A letter was received from Brad shaw's Business College, offering the' services of their expert to lecture on fruitgrowing. It was resolved to ask Mr Roberts to deliver his lecture in November. At the next meeting, to be held on Monday, October 11th, Mr Horsfall intends to give a paper on " Soils and Manures." The committee appointed to enquire into the cool stores chamber for Somer ville Ivisits Pakenham and Doncaster next Wednesday to inspect two or three cool stores, and are to report on same. It was resolved to hold the usual annual show on Wednesday, March 10th. On.the, motion of the President, the ecretary wvas'inisti-"uited to-send a let ter of condolence to Mr Chas. French, F.LS., the Govornment Entomologist, sympathising with him in his rec...

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

o For.Children's lhckiaig Cough at night W~oo~la G~rt ppermiuot Onra. 14r. 6 Public Notices.I IF YOU ARE M IL.KIN-G ONE OR MORE COWS -It Will Pay You Well to Invest in a NEW MODEL ALPHA LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR. You'll Save 4o per cent. in labor, and easily earn 20 per cent. more Butter from each cow, than by setting the milk. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. LIBERAL TERMS. EASY PAYMENTS Agents-Bartram & Son, 19 EIgi-Street, S " Yelbourn-. A~. Denham TIMBER MERCHANT., CONTRACOR AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, HASTINGS? IN Order to cope with increasing Sbusiness, has Enlarged his Pre mises, and also made considerable ad ditions to Stock. Ironmongery, Paints, Oils, Paperhangings, Brushware. SULA5 CUT TO ANY SIES Pictures Framed and Renovated. TIMBER, LIME, AND CEMENT. FENCING WILE. WIRE NETTING, AND CORRIGATED IRON. Plumbing work done. Tanks supplied Estimates furnished for Building and .. Renovating. PRICES REASONABLE. NoTr AnDos Corner of High and Kin , Hastings. SA nrrn.-The Wairarapa Times...

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I. O. R., Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

I. 0. R., Mornington. At the conclusion of the quarterly meeting of the Mornington: branch, I.O.RL, held on Wednesday iight, a debate was held on the subject-"Are Australians too fond of sport "1 The affirmative was championed by Messrs Gailick and Bridges, and the negative by Messrs Ferber and'Pitchfold. Mr Cohen also spoke for the '" opposition." Mr G. Jenkins acted as chairman. At the conclusion of the debate.a division was takein, :with ,the result that the affirmative side won on th6; chairman's casting vote. A good number; of members were present, and great:intei'e?t was evinced im the subject. ' A "Question ,Box " ise the syllabus iiEm for the next night.

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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

DROMANA. (Copiasol the STAIDAILD can be obiained from Mr E. Rudduck.) The friends of Mrs George Cairns, of Rosebud, will be sorry to learn that she is suffering from an acute attack of influenza. Our local medico. Dr. Weld, is constantly in attendance. Strange to relate, her sister, Miss Janie Taylor, has only recently re covered from a very severe illness, as also a little brother. Hopes are en tertained that Mrs Cairns will speedily regain her health. Some of tlh: motorists who visited Dromana to view the arrival of the fleet, made a dash through a wire fence erected by the P'rogress Associa tion committee to protect the plants lately placed in the reserve. The fence was in a dilapidated state, but in spite of it being fleet week, and most of the committe?men in the merr.'poiis, the "busy bee" turned out and worked like Trojans, and soon made good the damage done to the fence. Mr C. Malony. who some time ago purchased a piece of land from Mr McKay, has erected a nice building for ...

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

SORRENTO. Sorrento and Portsea residents hid a splendid sight of the Amesrican flep'a departure, a large number gathering on the high positions.along-the fore= shore. to take :a farewell view'of the Great` White Fleet. St. John's branch of the Ministering Children's League are actively' re hearsing for their annual entertain ment to be given at an early date. Residents of the district who have spent fleet and show, week .in Mek bourne have returned,' and are again settling down, to work after an en joyable time. A children's fancy dress carnival in aid of the Melbourne Children's Hos pital will bo held at the Athenseum Hall on Friday, 25th September.

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

RYE Again Rye takes the champion medal and first prize for maize 'at. the' Boyal Agricultural Society's Sl~ow. The Agricultural Department keep advising and urging the cultivation of maize, both for grain and ensilage, and now;that the district has proven its thorouigh adaptability for this crop in soil constituents, and that the average annual rainfall is 30 inches, it is to be hoped its cultivation will be greatly extended. This is the third champion. medal of Australia pre sented by thei Department of Agri culture that Mr W. J. Hill, J.Pi, of Rye, has taken for mnize grown in the district, against, not only Victoria, but the Commonwealth. This should be a sufficient aclmnowlednment of the high grade of corn the district is cap able of proadiang: -. -;

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Soxa bargains in land are advertised in this issue by W. P,. Fairlam. Also several cheap vehicles. - 'Ma C, J.: Davies -has been appointed Chairman of the Frankbton and Hastings Board of Advice, with Mr 8. Sherlock as correspondent (re.elected). A xlEINDEIR.-The annual meeting of the Frankston Rifle Club takes place on Monday evening next. Important busi ness, as per advertisement. Twa Mornington Boys' club has been presented with a gold medal by Mrs R. B. Smith, of " Beleura," to be awarded to the beat and most unmproved member for the year. Owing to the removal of Mr D3ws. the instructor, his place has been fille I by Rev. J. Sandiford. IN another column will be found the business announcement of McConschy and Co. land and financial agents, of 475 Ccllins-street, Melh..urre. The firm is an old established andl reliable one, and have some bargains in high-class land .on their books. tlhe notice is well worthy of persal.: :. ot Tas return trip of the American' e i...

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Our Children's Competition. "THE ORIGIN OF THE UNITED STATES." (Written by Annie Sherlock, Osborne). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Our Children's iCooMetI tionri.:: ".THE ORIGIN OF THE UNITED STATES." (Written by Annie Sherldck,lOsblrne). On the 4th July, 1776, there was born in.the western world'-as new, na tion--the Republic of the United States. Crowned monarchs stood awed at the august manifesto, and at the solemn araignment of King George before the' judgmiient of manki~id,?"nd 'parliaments started in dismay to their feet, but the people, as they descried, the eagle of liberty breathed freer, took stronger heart, as the clear ring of hsr voice sounded through the air, declar ing " All men are created equaL" Re fusing to" pay the tribute of taxrition arbitrarily imposed upon them at the point of .the bayonet by the British crown, failing, too, to move the king and his ministers from their career of haughty and reckless obstinacy,'the3 thirteen American colonies found: themselves reduced to the alternative of abject submission to their so-called royal masters, or of armed resistance. Washington declared in w...

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

UNDER ENTIRELY NEW -MANAGEMENT; . . Mrs ..Lamnplugh, . - 2 .PROPRIETRESS F, H. BUNNEY, Bay Street, Frankston. ...Stocks a fiat-diasfAjirtsment of..:4t groceries Dairy Produce Fruit Crockery Confectionery Vegetables ;. Soft Drinks. &c. ' Melbourne'Pride& tieanlinoes' Civility ...and Attention... All Goo is of l:est Quality. f A Trial Solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed -J. MILLARD; CARRIER antd . CAB PRO .FRANKSTON- F Cabs M1:et all Trains. Parcels and LuggaC'e received atnd promptly diqlivered. Io.0ses andinVehiclte for hire. Prices reasonable L Letters and Teleoratiis promptly attenloed to. J. M has • recently added to his plant by pnarhasing Mr. .i. Laurison's cabh. H SINGING .ANND PIANOFOR PE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS: - Diephanmatic , Breathige and Singing, £1 10it per terns of half-hour A each week (eleven veaiksl; .-C~ our term of two half-hours. Piano-.e1 10s per term of one hIur per week. -GOING TO- R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUI1. FOR GROCERIES, l?APE...

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PAST v. PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

S PAST v. PRESENT. A match will be played at Franks ton this afternoon between teams rem presenting old Frankston players and the present club. The former have included in their ranks several promi neut Melbourne League and other no table players, so that the match should .prove very exciting. Given fine wea= ther, there will undoubtedly be a large crowd of on lookers, and altogether the event should be a great and enjoyable suceess:. Some of the "Hags Beens," we. understand, are training hard and assiduously, for the conflict, and will, no doubt, prove regular "young race horses" when once more they are on the " warpath. Their team will be .chosen from-B. Baxter,: B., and T. Box, C. Bourne, J.;.Cameron, J. Cuth bert, J. Clark, C. Dalman,.W. Deane, J3. and F. Jolly, E. Kneen, S. Kekb W. -Mason, A. Millard; ",T. an&,:!! O'Grady, G. 'Potrie, A. Patteison, H. Prosser, T. Ritchie, S. and B. Sher lock-, A. Walker, and T. Wenboru. The present club's team is as fllows ;-Qakley .(2)...

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

For`" Seasons ' Trade C.-: DALlAN, _ FranoRstan BOAn snLHE, xa. p.iepared to Fill All S'asonble 'eqguirements. Every Customer W- ell Served. PRICES:.RIGHT. , GOOD GOODS { SANID.SHO1ES, ROPE SANDALS, IGHT BOOTS & SHOES " Iu Splendid Aýnmnment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED BOOTS aid" SEOES MADE to ORDER, 'Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. t 'RITCHIE AND CO. S:;i: FIIANKSTON: ChI.aT and Gr:in Store. All kiiids of Prdduce n Stock. - , .. The Famnous Remnedy for ,Couhs, Br onhitis(Pneumonia, : ',-.Pleurisy, Asthmea& onsuipti S.. ...B ?ONCHITIS' and PNEUMONIA ·- " - H .:;'"· )EARNE'S BRO4CHi TI?CURIE'i'' A - . fter other Treattmient had Failed. Mr.'VW. 0. Hearne. Dear SirL-Froxcalstrict seisse . of duty I feel that.I shouldpublsh h the following state ment, so that others may know what to do when the awrfyal fact is evident that a life is in danger. obf eing lost:-in September, 1906. my little girl,- aged, at that time 3 years. contracted Measles, and ?h the following October...

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

Pubic Notices. BUY NOW CLEARING LINES, suitable for Winter Trade. MILLINERY LACES. DRESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's Stores.. i F..........RANKSTON. stablished 1870. ......ALL LINES..... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &c., &c. " My Boys" Butchery, FRANKSTON -It None but the Choicest Meat kept. SMALL GOODS A SPECfALITY. Families Waited on For Orders Daily. HIDES AND SKINS BOUGHT. Prime Poultry Always on Hand. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE. SW Note the Address GEO. BARNETT " My Boys" Butchery, YOUNG STREET. FRANKSTON. PRANKSTON COACH 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 FAMILY BUTCHER, FRANKSTON THANKS his numerous customers their wast support and desires to firpra upon them that none but the primest beef, pork and mutton will be sold. Customers called on, with cart daily. ...

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The Shire Office. WHERE SHOULD IT BE? [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

The Shire Office. WHERE SHOULD IT BE - At . the Frankaton and Hastings shire coiincil meeting on Wednesday, Or !Woodhouse said that the present was the last meeting for a while at Somerville, and he would mnove that the shire office be retained at Somer. ville. The books and papers were there and handy, and todsave expense and bother he thought it best to only have the meetings at Hastings. : 'Cr Sherlock said that would'bo out of order. The Local Government Act says that where the meetings are held, there shall the shire offices be also. - Cr' Griffeth 'seconded the motion. He'. said .that,things were scattered about isnd`thrown- aways:snu-there were ti6 ma'y. chainges of shireoffic:ps, The fact of having the shire office could not mean anything to any place. Cr. Sherlock : Why have it here then I Cr Griffeth: I don't care where it is. We skip about too much, which is sot a good thing.' We should have a permanent office at which to keep, the records of the shire. Cr Sherlock: We sh...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. CR. BAXTER ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAT, JULY 15. CR. BAXTER ELECTED. PRESI DENT.'"' .Pri$ent-C?.- Baitei? ,(President), | Hodgins, Murrayr?Cole, WVoodhouse, I Griffeth, Gamble, Sherlock, and Per Prior to the commencement of busi-' ness it was- decided that the Presi dent's allowance 'for 'the' ensuinig 12t months be the same as formerly, viz., £20. Cr.-.Cole moved, --and Cr. Murray. seconded that Cr. Baxter i be 'elected' President for the coming year. The motion was carried unani mously. Cr. Baxter, on taking the chair, said 1 he was proud of the position his fellow , councillors had placed him' in; and with their able assistance he would 'I carry out the duties to the best of his I ability:'. He moved: a ;hearty vote :of thanks to the retinni~igiresident: -' Or. Woodhouse seconded the motion, and remarked that they had had a very I plearint: and peaceful year. - The motion was carried .with-acclamation. I ahd Cr. Hodgins suitably ' ackuow-' i ledged the vote. After the Pr...

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BALNARRING. Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

BALNARRINC. Copies of the STANDIaD can hbe obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) Mr E. Berryman has sold on behalf of Mr Alex. Thomas the pri,perty re cently bought by hin from Mr Down ward, at a profit of £250. The pur chaser is a farmer wbo has-sold out in the Wimmera district. Tlhe prospects ofa god spring are now inmuch better than they were. Gold rains have fallen during: the 'last month, amounting to three-and-a-half inches. Grass and crops, the latter especially, are improving rapidly. The area under oats and other crops is dou ble that of any previous year. This district, which is very suitable for, farming on a small scale, is rapidly forging ahead, principally on account of the short distance from the Bittern railway station, and also the proper ties getting into the hands of go-ahead farmers. The marriage of a well-known resi dent took place in Melbourne during fleet week.

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

MOOROODUC. As this distriet 'represents a fair portion of the shire of Mornington, it is worthy of mention that at the annual election of councillors last Thursday the ratepayers turned out in force to vote for their favourite, and to see and hear what was going on. A most remarkable thing at these elections is the fact, that the men to head the poll can always be " tipped " by outside talk, long before the poll is declared. The contest proved very interesting, the three retiring gentlemen being returned by a large majority. The climate has undergone a severe change, the wind, northerly and warm, bringing very heavy rain. The ground has become very sloppy once more; but the grass is growing nicely, and St nc length o the days, sl-rig draw nearer. I am sorry to mention the severe illness of Mrs Sawyer, a respected resident of this district for many years.   Mrs Sawyer has been unwell for some time, and the doctor advised her removal to the hsopital. We all extend the suf...

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Royal Show Exhibits. THE CYCLONE WOVEN-WIRE FENCE AND GATE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 September 1908

Royal Show Exhibits. THE CYCLONE WOVEN-WIRE FENCE AND GATE CO.: Two years ago at their stand the Cyclone Fence and Gate' Company exhibited for the first time the cyclone spring coil fence, then an' abisolutely new fence, but since then the demnand has been so 'geat 'is to necessitate the erection of additional machi'nes for -its mailufacture. The 'cylone spring-coil fence is' sent' out inl five-chitin rolls' r~eady 'for erection. The horizontal lines are crimped between'each cross tie, which makes the fence elastic, and" capable of throwing 'back the heaviest and wildest stock that may rush. it. A great- advantage is that any shock is distributed over the whole fence, and if by chance a breach' occurs only the part touched is affected, and 'can easily be repaired." The posts can be placed from 15 feet to: 22 feet' aiairt and it is usually 'an advantage to place them the longer distance. " The'fence is 'made of any height, and'with a variety of spacings between the horizontal lines, ...

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Rheumatism. LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Rheumatistr.. LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA. The attacks are generally brought on by chills when the body is over heated, or by exposure to damp or cold draughts, which act, not upon the bones or muscles but upon the uric acid in the blood, which is the cause of disease. Uric acid is found in small quantities in many articles of diet, which when consumed pass into the blood. The failure of the liver and kidneys to filter and absorb this acid leads to an accumulation in the system tending to clog the circulation, and harden the tissues forming the blood vessels. Thus every movement of the affected parts causes you intense agony. The pains are affected more or less by cold or heat. A damp day will double you up, or the warmth of the bed will intensify the pain. " For a period of ten years I was a sufferer from Rheumatics," writes Mrs Elizabeth Lovell, 134 Young Street, Fitzroy, " my feet being the place of attack they used to swell and become:very painful. I was under the treatment of several ...

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