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Our Children's Competition. "THE ORIGIN OF THE UNITED STATES. (Written by Wm. Dolan, Tyabb). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Our Children's Competi tion. "THIE ORIGIN OF THE UNITED STATES." 1 (Written by Wnm. Dolan, Tyabb). On the 3rd of August, 1492, Colum bus with three ships, left Palos, a harbour in Italy. It was his inten tion to reach the East Indies by cross ing the Atlantic. After sailing for about 70 days, the lookout at the masthead shouted " Land ! Land !" We may guess the joy of the crew when they thought they had reached their destination; but it was only a few islands south of America, which are now known as the West Indies. The discovery of these islands led to (at a later time) the discovery of Amneica or the New World. Colum bus, having thought he had reached India, naturally called the inhabitants I ndi Ons; and as they had red skins they were then called Red Indians. In July, 1554, Sir Walter Raleigh found a state in America, which was called Virginia. after the virgin, queen of England (Elizabeth). This colony ws one' of the thirteen that fought for and won their independence. Several ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Board of Advice Election. WEST RIDING.— FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Board of Advice Election. WEST RII)ING.-FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE. For tile five vacancies there were nine .lndidates. The following is an analysis of the polling : Candidates a L S\e:n, 1\'m. G. I8 11 8 58 9.5" Hurley, Wer. 1. 15 14 .4 95' .James, lDonald 4 16 3 24 47 Mf:efarlan, D. 13 11 15 611 99' Mathison, Hans 4 5 5 46 60) Patterson. J. 17 19 18 60 114' Rigg, G. B. 19 20 9 15 63 Tayton, Jas. W. 12 4 6 52 74 Trueman,.Thos. 21 21 20() 80 142' " Returned. M'essrs Trueman, Patter son, Hurley and Rigg were members of the previous board.

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District News [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

District News Reports of district functionp, items of local interets, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor.

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCI ATION. After the ordinary business had been disposed of at the last meeting of the Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Association, Cr G. Griffeth, of Somer ville, gave it very interesting address, embodying his experience amongst fruitgrowers since his sojourn in Australia. He enlightened the meet ing with an account of the birth and growlh of the "Oversea Carriage Liabilities Act," mentioning, incident ally, the mistaken opposition to the act by the two Melbourne dailies. There was not one present who did feel grateful to those who bore the brunt of the battle in getting the bill framed and passed, not only by the Federal Parliament, but also both the Commons and Lords, and finally endorsed by King Edward. He sub mitted sound exampleu on the advan tages of underground drainage and irrigation, pointing out that where a man will use common sense and fore thought he will feed his trees, and the .tre...

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can bo obtained from A~r S. Orsino.) ORANGE BLOSSOMS. On Wednesday. at Holy Trinity Church, by the Rev. Il. J. Harvey, a very pretty wedding was celebrated, the contracting parties being Miss H. C. Benton. eldest daughter of G. Benton. Esq., and Air G. \Voodham of Mildura. The bridesmaids were Miss C. Benton and .liss A. Benton (sisters of the bride). with MIr F. Stockton as best man. The bride looked very nice in white silk, with the usual wreath, veil, and bouquet. The church was very prettily decorated, and crowded with friends of the bride, who showered her and the bride groom with confetti, rice. and good wishes as they were leaving. The happy couple intend spending their honeymoon in Ballarat. Miss Benton has been an energetic worker in both church and Sunday School for some years., and has filled the position of organist for some considerable time. The congregation presented her with a purse of sovereigns: and the Sunday School scholars with ...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

MOOROODUC. Some time back a peculiar incident happened to a bullock-driver living in the distant "way backs," "where none but cool-headed sportsmen venture on account of the noted ferocity of the wild cattle there." He was employed hauling timber, and had got the loan of two young steers to break in for a neighbor, and these were named as is customary " Mac" and " Roy." One morning on going to the paddock in which they were enclosed over night, he was obliged to go the furthest possible distance away for these two, and on returning he coupled them together so as to make their driving easy. A deep creek was to be crossed, full of water, and one jumped, dragging the other, i'=ution the fiver"=endeavored to separate them, and to do so he got on the top of one's back, which, not being broken for riding, bucked, sending its mount headlong into the water also, at a place six feet deep, the force land ing him under a submerged root, from which predicament he could only get free by crawling...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

DROMANA. The little township was visited by a hea gale on Sunday last. The wind blew wi hurricane force, and a few cottages suffer considerably. About 3 p.m. DMrs. S. T. Helsham was standing outside her cotta .. and noticed' the front' of the veranhah li iug from the spouting. Sheapromptly o taned a long stick and made every effo to keep the galvanised iron in position, bht" in a tew moments -a sudden gust of wind lifted her off her feet, and sihe lot go her hold of the iron, which was carried in mid air over thul house, just clearing the chicm. ney, and alighting in the back garden, fully 200 yards from the house. When some neighbours visited the scene of the accident and viewed the two huge pieces of galvan-. ised iron, they could hardly realise that it was possible for the wind to place them in the position. Mrs Helsham not only es caped a serious accident, but she deserves much sympathy, as it was only a few days previous that she had the whole Ihouse re paLiredl, both inside an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

For Children's Hacking Cough at night. Weode. Great Peppermint Cure. Is. 6,1 FRUIT? ROWER S' SUPPLIES AT Reduced Rates. A few of My Quotations : Bluestone, 32/6 per cwt., ,6:bs 16/6, 44 per in. Sugar or Acetate of Laes, 42/6 per cwt. 7d'per lb. ?aris Green, 1/6 per lb. Soft Soap, in Kerosene tins 44lbs 12/16. Whit. Arse l.e 6d per lb. Hellebore, 71b. sealed tins 4/6. Swift's Arsenate of Lead, 51be. 6/6, IClbs. 12/6, 201bs. 22/6. Strychnine, 4/6 per oe., 2?6 per t oz. Poisoned Wheat, ed per tin, Is per tin. DAVID J. B. TAITI THE PHARMACY, -- MORNIN(GTQN. HAVE for sale throughout the Western District. DAIRYING, AGRICULTURAL & SIIEFP FARtlS all sizes and prices on the most liberal terms. Having branches at Colac and Terang, right in the centre of this famous dis trict, we can therefore show intending purchasers all the best properties offering, which have been personally inspected. CHEAP MONEY TO LEND We have appointed Mr F. Francis, who is well and favorably known, as our resi...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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FLINDERS. A. AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

FLINDERS. A. AND H. SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Flinders Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held in the Flinders Mechanics' Institute on the afternoon of Friday, the I1th inst,. and was favoured with a representative attend ance of residents of the district. The balance sheet showed' a small credit balance. Revenue from most items had increased in a very satisfactory way in connection with the last show, as compared with the previous one. More expenses had also been incurred owing to the exhibition having grown into larger proportions than formerly. It was decided that the show be held at the end of March or beginning of April next. The secretary informed the meeting that one of the Agricultural reportersof "The Leader" would in all probability pay the district a visit and report the show should it take place at that time. It having been decided that the Presidency of the Society should if possible be held by a different member each year, Mr J. Patter son was elected ...

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Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the 1st May: S IELBiOURNE TO FRANIK,'TON. p.m. p.m. p.m. ____ onts. Sots. Fnats. p.m .m p.1.m p.3n. Ironly cx. io,w dlop. 8.10 1220 1.12 1.18 1.:3 5 530 0(20 11.35 Cnlrli O 10.;23 1.84 2.26 2 32 5. 4 11.23 7.21 1 2.4. roirloin, nrr. 0 11 1.15 2.27 2.43 5 53 a :34 7.40 12 511 S FlNAIKS''ON TO MI1EIOUIRNE, Sate. hatt . II in. nt]. p In1 tlaU. pill.y n l 0.11. pi i|1. FPijt i, dep. 7.12 827 1.17 2.10 3.3 3 8 58 8.20 Citri1 : 7.23 838 1.28 2.12 314 3.01 (12.4 S 31 M3tlh le, arr, 8.32 0.18 2 37 3.42 4.25 4..:o10 7.2 0.12 MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. SUNDAYS. a.Hm. p.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourno, dep, 10.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. C(arrum 12 4 2:.3 7.10 10.39 Frankston, arr. 1215 3.1li 10.50 FI1.A2_IKTON TO IMEELBOUPRNE. SUNDAYS. n.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. ",'rniikton. dlop. 920 4.'k , 8.8 ':urrulm der. ... 9 ::3 4.34 7.18 8.19 m!b,.urne? arr. 110.4' 5.42 8.26 9.27 M1ELBOURtNE TO MOIN1NGTON. Sate a.m....

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A SOCIAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

A SOCIAL GATHERlING. In the evening a successful social for the final winding up of the season was held in the Mechanics, when there was a very large attendance. A good and diversified programme was gone through, and dancing was merrily in dulged in between the items. The fol lowving is the programme :-Pianoforte duet, Misses O'Grady and D. Gregory; song, The Sleeping Camp, Mr McDonnell; recitation, The Groom's Story; Mr Armstrong; song, Doreen, Mr Buckley; cornet solo, Scenes that are Brightest, Mr Prosser; song, Miss O'Grady; song, The Mill Wheel, Mr Gregory (encored) ; song, ,Mr Cross kell; song, Nobody, Mr O'Grady (en cored); song, Because, Miss Hay; song, If those Lips could only Speak, Mr Buckley (encored); comic song, Mr WVykes (encored). Towards the close of the evening the caps donated by Mrs E. J. Watson were presented with appropriate accompanying re mnarks to the players of the Frankston club by Mr Watson. The caps were of superior quality, neat design and nice pattern, ...

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Football. PAST v. PRESENT PLAYERS OF FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Football. PAST v. PRESENT PLAYERS OF FRANKSTON. The meeting of the above teams in the Frankston Park on Saturday was looked forward to with interest by all local football enthusiasts, and proved an amusing, strenuous and exciting struggle-the Present team to uphold their reputation gained during the past season ; the Past to lower the colors and gain the distinction of defeating the formidable Red and Blacks. This the latter event ually did by the narrow margin of 8 points, and the victors are to be complimented ,on their success ful performance. It was pelasing to all concerned to see so many of the old Frankston players put in an appear ance, and consequently the affair proved what it was meant to be--a general re-union of the players, old and young, who have played for Frank ston. Such men as " Joker " Cameron, Edgar Kneen, Clif. Bourne, Tom Welborn, and Beni Baxter are of a'calibre that imakes all local fontball enithusiasts proisd to pnssess sFi-h cap able exponents of the gen?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Public Notices ,BU NOW CLEARING LINES, suitable:for Winter Trade MILLINER Y, LACES. DIIESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's B Stores .. .........FRANKSTON. de Established 1870. of .......ALL LINES....... fo BOOTS. DRAPERY, at &c., &c. J. fMILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO- 1 PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. F Cabs Meet alln Trains. Parcels and Lug-a-re received and T, promptly delivered. Ho.ses anduVehicles for hire. Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. T. M has recently added to his plant by purchasing Mr. J. Laurison's cabs. SINGING AND PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS : - Diaphramatic Breathing and Singing, £1 los per term of half-hcur each week (eleven weeks); .2 2s per A term of two half-hours. Piano-.£1 10s per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R, "V. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRIUI. FOR GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IAADWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. IRAN, CHAFF. OAT?, BAR'LEY, WHEAT, POLLARD. POTArOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. A...

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Frankston Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Frankston Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The above club's annual meeting was held at the Mechanics' Institute in Monday evening last, when there ,/were present:-Messrs Willox (cap / tain, in the chair), Gamble, Mosley, / Oates, Corlett, Stephenson, Schultz, Stokes and Dahnlan (secretary). Mr Denyer sent an apology for his absence. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs Oates and Mosley. The correspondence read was mostly from the Rifle Club's Office on League matters, and from various clubs asking for, or giving dates for matches against thej Frankston Club.-The correspon dence was received. SICRETAsY's ZEPOrT. The secretary's report was of a very satisfactory nature, as follows : The number-or-,eniticrsne? -n ithe I books is 52 ; 32 have been struck off the roll through not having attended, having left the district or time expired. 29 were qualified as efficient members, for which we receive the grant of 5s per member. 14 were return...

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Mornington Shire Council THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Mornington Shire Council TaHUsDAY, 'AUGUST 19. All the councillors were present and before the usual business was begun, the President's allowance for the ensuing year was fixed at £10, on the motion of Crs. Flood and Francis. Cr. Stephens was brief in moving Cr. Barrett be elected President for the year. The motion was seconded by Cr. Francis, supported by Crs. Flood and Male, and carried unani mously. Cr. Barrett, on taking the chair, thanked the council for electing him for the third time to the position of President. It was only with the sup port of the other councillors that he could hope to get on well. Cr. Mit chell had had the position for two years, and had carried out. his duties in a capable manner. He would do his best while in the Presidential chair for-the ratepayers and-oounoillore-as a- whole. He had pleasure in proposing a vote of thanks to the retiring Presi dent. Cr. Flood seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously. Cr. Mlitchell, in acknowledging the vote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

For Season's Trade C. D LMAN, Frankston BOn' STmf , Ie prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICESRIGHT. GOOD GOODS ?ANoD SHOEs,-RPE SANDAL , For the Beach. LADIEP' AND GENTS.' IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid A-rurtment. REPAIRS NEAIFL EXECUTED 00OTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce; n Stock. HEARNES BRONCITIS. The Famxnous Renedy foa Cousahs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, P-J]leurisy, Asthma & Consumpqtion,. BRONCHITIS and PNEUMONIA Cured ' HEAnlRrE'8 oBRONOiMih CURE After other Treatment had Failed. Mr. W. 0. Hearne. Dear Sir,-From a strict sense of duty I feel that I should publish the following state ment. so that others may know what to do when the awful fact is evident that a life is in danger of being lost -In September. 1906. my little girl. aged at that time 3 years. contracted Measles, and in the following October was attacked ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

Professional Notioes Pianoforte. MISS DORA CARTER, (Successor to Miss J. CasERoN) Is prepared to receive Pupils for Pianoforte and Theory. .. Pupils prepared for Examinations . • Terms, etc., on application to "" Saltaire " Mornington Road, Frankstoun. A. E DE SAXE, 87 Spring Street, MELBOURNE. PAINLESS - DENTISTRY, -MILTATTE1lSON, =DENTAL SURGEON By Examination of DENTAL BOaRD OF VICrosRIA, BEGS to notify residents of FraxnKsoT? and Dlsraicr that he is P-actising his profession at 162 CREVILLE STREET, -PRAHRAN 1(3 doors from Town Hall) DAILY 9 to 5 (Saturday included.) Painless Extracts my Specialty LAUGHING GIS, COCAINE. &c. Gold and Amalgam FILLTNGS., ARTIFICIAL TEETH A SPECIALTY. All work and patients entrusted to me will have my personal attention. sNo ASssrTANTs. ROLLAND FRASEIR, L.D.S., A.Da M.A C.D DENlTL '"URGiEOI AS pleasure in stating that he n Ist visits FI'ANKSToId on the t ans 3rd Wednesdays of: every month, and may be consulted hetween 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at FB...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 19 September 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ----t- ON our fourth page the fourth of the children's competition esa?ys will be found. Several items are unavoidably crowded out of this issue. VaUrLTOROW\Ea of the Peninsula are directed to the notice of Mr D. J. B Tait. chemist., of lor nngton, in this issue. A price list of chemical materials used by orchardists is given, which besides being quoted at reasonable prices, can he relied on to be of first-class quality. A'r Somerville on Friday evening there was a large gathering at the Social Club ball. the music was first-class (cornet, violin and piano), the floor in good order. and the hall tastefully decorated. The siiipe;' ':ctered for by Mr Davies, was splendid, and all-round the function was a thor ugh success. Mr .yons, a Government veterinary sur geon;:ittended at Frankston on Monday afternoon for the purpose of examining stallions with a view to granting certifi cates of soundness if the animals survived the different tests. Owing to the visit not bein...

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Kidney Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

'Kidney Troubles. -It is not alone the ablingf back and the insipid tired feeling that has to be borne; it i?.tie. constant fear that greater ills will follow. Bright's disease, diabetes, gravel, • gall stones. inflanummation, of the bladder, sup pression and retention of the urine, &c., all .result from diseoses of the kidneys. Those who have never been troubled know not the misery and suiffring which those afflicted under go. I' Having suffered exceedingly in the past from the Kidneys. general weakness of the system, and severe backache, which,, during changes in the %weather Woer more pronounced, and rendered life anything but pleiisant," states Mr HeziryaBrown, 42 Kent Street; Richmond.- " I may state that I trio.l all sorts of rdmedies and medicines which did d i but little good. Seeing Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills advertised for those com plaints I gave the.m a trial with the most pleasing ~rs.ults, for I fognd that the backacho c.aesed, I began to Die; fip generally,...

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MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

I).EL1OUIRNE TO STONY POIN I'. a1.m1 p.m Ilelhourn., dep. ... 10 .:30 Carrum ... 9.23 i.2:' Frankoton, arr. ... 9.31 6.34 , dp. ... 90 i4. 6.44 Langwiarrin ... * ,M rnington Junction, arr. 4.59 6 5' dop. 10 4 7.10 S'omervllo ... 10.15 7 1, T'yahb ... 10 24 7.2.4 Ilastings ... 10:17 7 ,: 11ttreen ... 10 51 741 Crib Point .., . Stony Point, arr. ... 11.0 7.51, STONY POINT TO 3IoLBOURINE. Thur. a.m. a.m. p.m. 'tony Point, dop. ... 7.15 1l..u : .4. Crib Point ... I;ttrn ... 7.', 11.45 * asting.s ... 7.::2 12.0 " p.m. ryabb ... 7.11 1218 Somervllo ... 7.41 12.35 * -?orniogton Jtn., :rr. ... 7. .5 "2.1i5 5.0 ,, d ,p. ... i 12 5. 5 25 Lanw.orin .,, a Frankston, arr. ... S'"2 I 12 5.14 ,. t p. ... S.:'f 1.17 6.4 w'arr mn ... 5:4 1 " (1.1) 5.i..on mno, -wry. ... 1 . 2:7 7.; : Sp-el s upIrs t .rt..V -,n I x..,'1 rod.

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