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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Frahkston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday.-Beforo Messrs Crawford au?d Williams, J's. P.

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 — 26 September 1908

TYABB. ((opies of the STANDASrD can be obtained from Mr D. t. lien.) A move is at last being made to remedy a bad piece of road opposite the hall, and the Mornington road will shortly be joined to the main Frankston and Hastings road with good substantial metal. Those residents who use the above thorou'gh fares will be gratified when Chis work is completed, as hitherto the junction' was neither a thing of beauty nor pleasing to the eye, especially in the summer with a north wind blowing the dust from this spot right into people's faces, nor in the winter when there was six or seven inches of soft mud to be negotiated. To-night the members and friends of the 11H.H.0. will while away a couple of hours pleasantly per medium of progressive euchre. The prize winners of the last tourney were Miss Hazel Van and Mr R. Perrott, and it will be interesting to know how their luck will be again, the winners having the option of choos ing for themselves a small trophy, and no entryL.feedis charge...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Correspondence. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) "THANKS." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Correspondence. (We do nat necessrily ideontf ours I ca with the opinions expreised Iy correspondentc.) " THAN-KS." (TO THIE EDITOR OF TIlE STANDARD.) Sir,--Allow me through the columns of your valuable paper, to thank your Moorooduc correspondent for his flattering remarks about Royal Blue, which is not necessary, as Royal Blue and his offsprings are perhaps known in the district more than your Moorooduc correspondent is. He says that he has not seen much of Royal Blue for the past 2 years. If he wishes to see him lie may by visiting Oakbank, lMornington, where he will stand this season as good aAnd as sound as ever, and will bear inspection by any judge ofahorse. Theref.jre L7should advise your ,Moorooduc correspondent to continue flattering those that require it, and not waste his time where it is not needed.--Your.;. etc., S. STFFYPJNS. 3Iornington, 21/9/08.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Personal. IT is neither a pleasant nor a usual thing fur a local paper to have to de fend itself against the strictures of a shire councillor. As the medium be tween the ratepayers and their repre sentatives. the Press holds a peculiarly delicate and important position. .Mu nicipal bodies, as a rule, recognise this relationship, and sympathetically ap preciate the onerous obligations which devolve upon a newspaper as a public mouthpiece. To fulfil this mission mnans time, lab-r, money, intelligence, and discrimination. The exactions on a pressman cons. quently are great his responsibilities greater. In reverse ratio, the thanks he often gets are nil; a squ,-aumish growl takes the place of thoughtful appreciation, and a parsi monious support; whittlert down to the lowest point, supplants the liberal en couragement which should prevail. A local paper is very much what local bodies help to make it. Starve it, or "damn with farint praise," and healthy robustness cannot he reasonably exp...

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Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Peninsula Train Service. WINTERI TIME TABLE. The fo!l:t.win; is the writcr time table which :iame into: operation on the Ist Mny : 11EI,IIOURINE TO F'PANKrT'ON. p.m. p.m. p.m. R.nt. Wata. Sato. nats. p.m p.m p.m. p,.m. only ex. lelbout, dop. 8.18 1220 1.12 1 .? 41.85 520 (120 11.185 Carrumn n.23 1.:4 2.26 2 12 5 41 1.2:) 7.29 12.41 Frr.kr1m? narr. 934 1,15 2.37 2.4:1 555 6.?.34 7.40 1255 PhRANKS'I'ON TO SIELOUI;O1"N , Sat'. lots. 1"*:sl.ktso , dup. 71]2 27 1.17 1 1 :16 :. :4 11i8 8.20 Cn '?tn 7.23 8 SS 1.28 2.22 :114 31.11) I;t4 831 ulelbuu id, arr. 8.32 9.48 2 37 5.42 4.25 4.30 7.82 9.42

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

a I ;`ýC 7 C LlO .G C MOP.NING rON TO M4ULBOURNE. W. p.m p.nm Mornington. dep ... 5 4 1.2 Mmorooduciii: I ?krni;t;t.n .Tu!vtinn arr. 8 31 5.20 1.-u (.ep 5.8 . 1.S Langwarri i i. -It t I Frastonrr. ... .2 5 . 2 )7 .:.6 2. If. Merlbournme ar. 9.48 7.32 :.42 t picks up yr etes dePwn assengers when required.

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsine.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

HASTI ~l s. (Copies of the ' Ta::n.n c'n he obtainod from :.r . Oroin,..) It is with the deepest regret that we have to record the death of one of the oldest residents of the district-Mr Thos. Knox, senr., who died very sud denly of heart failure on Friday even ing last. The deceased was out at his usual occupation, fishing, until Thurs day, and on Friday during the day complained of pains in the chest, which were attributed to indigestion. He ap peared to improve towards evening, but a little later expired very suddenly. Deceased, who leaves a widow, eight sons and two daughters, was 67 years of age, and has been connected with the fishing industry for a great number of years. The funeral took place on Sunday, the service being conducted by the Rev. H. J. Harvey. The L.O.L., of which deceased was a member, at tended in regalia, and held a service at the grave; a large number of residents paid their last tribute to the deceased.

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District News [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

District News As the distr ct in wh:ch the STANDARD circulates i- extensive, and our reporcini, stff ltmlted. erery impsittaut functioer cannot be attended, hut in ll css"s the preference ,wil he givr.n where support has been accorded us. Our policy is to consider those who conside us. Reports of district function-, items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor.

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

Billiards. -- 0 Kirk's Hotel Billiard Tournament of 250 up.-First prize gold medal, second prize silver medal and a cue for the highest break. Third Drawing. C. Gonsal (8s) v. C. Baxter (45) A. Allison (5 ) v. E. White (65) A. Barlett (owes 5) v. iM. Mowbray scr. J. h(otter a bye. C. Gonsal beat C. Baxter by 13 points after a very even game. A. Allison beat E. White by 49 points, being a good even game, until about the last 75, when Allison struck good form and went right away from his. opponent. A. Barlett beat M. Mow bray by 3 points. This proved to be the most interesting and closely contested game of the tournament, each player leading in turn by a few points. Many good shots were executed by both cuiests for which they were heartily applaused by the large audience present to witness the game. The largest break of the game (and also of the tournament) was 27, made by Barlett. Fourth Drawing. J. Cotter (80) v. A. Bart'ett (owes 6) A. Allison (50) v. C. Gonsal (85). A. Allison bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Public Notices BUY NOW CLEARING LINES, suitable for Winter Trade MILLINERY, LACES. DRESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's Stores.. ...........FRAN KSTON. Established 1870. ....ALL LINES...... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &c., &c. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs Meet alli Trains. Parcels and Lugga-re received and promptly delivered. Horses anduVehiclea for hire, Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Mj H has recently added to his plant by purchasing )Ir. J. Laurison's cabs. SINGING axD PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS: - Diaphramatic Breathing and Singing, .91 10s per term of half-hcvr each week (eleven weeks); .d£ 2s per term of two half-hours. Piano--.1 10s per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUfI. FOR GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IARDWARE, BOOTS. SIIOES. Ac. BRAN, CIAFF. OAT-, BARLEY, WHEAT, POLL %D,. POTA COES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. All Goods at Lowest 3Iar'ket Rates. ...

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

VACCINATION. The adjourned case against R. H. Patterson for non.vaccination of his child, was further adjourned till 23rd November, on account of the ill-health of the child. SCHOOL CASES. Inspector Lucey v. Wm. Marshall. The inspector said the children had been attending well lately, and the case was withdrawn.-Win. Owen was fined 5s each on four charges, the chairman of the Bench remarking " I pity that man ; he's got an unfortunate arrangement at home."-Geo. Heifer nan was fined 5s.-Thos. McComb (2 cases) 2s 6d each,- Mrs McComb attend ing and stating that the boy was sent to school regularly, and she did not know where he went to. -R. Davis in two cases was fined 2s each.-Gilbert Kerr, who said he had paid £3 in fines already, and was only a poor man, was let down lightly with 5s in seven cases -35s, no attendance-of-his child hav ing-beei' recorded 'fr four months."7 LICENSES. Stage carriage licenses were granted to J. Millard for six vehicles, and H. Gamble for four vehicles. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Auction sales. MORNINCTON, Mond-y, 5th October. AT TANTI SALE YARDS. E:ase anl Land at Green Islan-. ALEX. SCOTT & CO. I conjunction with J. G. BAIERETT will offer for sale. under instructions from the Trustees of the settlement of Joseph Thomson. deceased, LAND, contain ing 20 acres 24 prches, or thereabou'E, on which are er e-rted 4 I?oomed W [B. Cottage, Outhouses, etc. 'l'EI.1S AT' SALE. Wednesday, Sept. 3oth. -Somerville Monthly Market. HORSES, COWS, CALVES, PIGS., FOWLS, ...Sundries.... W. P. FAIRLA31, Auctioneer, Cheltenham. Wednesday, September 30 At Il o'clock Sharp. GnEGonv's HOTEL. FRANKsrrox. Land 61a. 3r. 8p. COLE3MAN'S BLOCK. 21 CMiles from Frankston, on Railway Line, adjoins Watson's and Healey s. Railway Bridge and Gates on Land. Site of old Orchard W P. FAIRLASM. Auctioneer, Chel tenham, under instructions from J. A. Coleman, Esq., as Executor. will sell by Pulblic Auction. Title Crown Grant can be inspected at office of I. A. Edwards. Solicitor. 120 Queen-s...

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FLINDERS. (Copies of THE STANDARD can be obtained from Mr J. Simmonds). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

FL!E... EW S. (Copies of' Tue STANDAcD can be obtained from :1r .I. Simmond-). Like all the previous entertainments of its kind organised by the same pro mnoters, the concert in connection with St. John's Church of England Sunday School, held in the M echanics' Institute on Thursday, the 10th inst., was a very creditable undertaking, and dc servcd a far larger house than was ob tained. As usual, the children had been well and patiently drilled by the Misses Prebble and other helpers, and contributed their share of the pro gramme in a manner creditable to both themselves and their instructors. As all the items met with well-merited anplanuve, it would be dillicult to single out any one contribution for special 1n-ntion. The post of chairman was ably lilled by the iev. 11. J. Harvey, and t:he ente:rt:inment opened with :n overture by Miss Doris P';ltnck. ,j:1: of the very long and well-arrianged progrlmmnle ninotee:n itelms were con tributed by the scholar., including seven chor?aýss,...

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Frankston Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

Frankston Football Club. On Aednesday -evening a meeting of members of ith, Frankston Foothill Club was held at M.rs Deane's residence, when there was a fair attendance The chief busioce-s was the consi deration of the fite of 10s imnposed by the Association on the club for not fulfilling their engagenment in the play ing of the challenge match with the Hastings club ; also the paying of 15s as the umpire's (Wilson) fee for the match. Members were strongly opposed to the paying of either the fine or the umpire's fee, as it was considered that submitting to the former would prac tically mean admitting they were in the wrong by not playing Hastings. As to the latter, the secretary said that if the secretar-y of the Association, had officially inforiwtld hin sooiner oif the challenge game. a reply could have been sent declining to pl.:y hie match, and the umpire not:fi--d ,c,:,,rdi,,gly in ample time to pretvent hint making preparations to bet 1:p:seur. Co,e quently it was c?isidclre-l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

For Children's Hacking Cough ot night. jWoods' Greet Peppermint Cure, i. 64 For Chronic Chest Ccowa ,iil:,z IWoods' Great PppirinintCure. 31.. (Id Public Notices. WEALTH: The Reward of Thrift. Without Gambling ! WVithout Speculation !! Without Risk!!! Invest Your Savings in Government PREMIUM BONDS. t'hey are guaranteed as to principal and interest consequently as safe as British Consols. They bear fixed interest in most cqses from 2 to 4 per cent. and give the holders the chance of acquiring a fortune by perindinal Drawings with Prizes from £24.000 down to £20. A shoemaker whose wages were only 25/ per week has drawn the First Prize of £24,00. Of the Ottoman Government Railroad Bonds, which he hought only two months before for .EG 10s They appeal alike to the man with thous ands and the man with shillings. EASY IEREIS (from 10/- per monith)-of Payment if desired. WTrite a postcard for descriptive Bookletto Anglo-American Finance Corporation, 41 King William St. LONDON, E.C. ENGLAND...

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SORRENTO. CHILDRENS' GRAND FANCY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

SO.?ENUTO. CHILDRENS' GRAND FANCY CARNIVAL. A most eenjoyable evennrg was speo.t by the children at the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening, the hall being utstefully decorated Several ladies with their uiual goo taste ha:1 tutored the children in fancy dancing and Inrcliing, whic:h were well carried out by tlie young folk. Refrehnments were lib.rally pr,,vided by the ladies, who had spared no pains to snake the eveningl a success Songs were sung lv' Miss Eileen Hibbert (representing a Romp), Miss Janet Clark (Robur tea girl), who gave aipretty tea song. Miss Lyla Clark, as a Pierrot. also sang, as did lims Doris McFarlan, as a Tambourine girl. Time aid .sp.ee will not allow comment, on each, but all carried out their characters admirably. The following were represented .- Miss Allen--My greest ;ra cim :n hr Miss Annie Aloe-- XNan Janet Clark-R-?bur Tei., l ch .rming costume Lyla Clar:k-Pierrot Maggie Allen -eaoteh Thistle Elsie Skelt.on-M-trgu,.rite Kitty Knowles-A handsome Pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN. Frankston BOl' R'W E, In prepared to Fill All SBue Requirements. Every Cuato: Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD G S SAND SHOES, ROPE SANI S, LADIdEP? AND G`GENTS.' IGHT BOOTS & SHOES Iu Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEA£LY EXECUTED ROOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:T.,:FRAN KSTO N. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce] n Stock. 9l T BRONW ITIS The Famous Remedy for Coughs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma & Consumption BRONCHITIS and PNEUMONIA Cured HEARNE'r BRON@ vFIS CURE After other Treatment had Failed. Mr. W . Hearne. Deat Sir'.-From a strict sense of duty I fed that I should publish the followiag stat ment, so that others may know what to do when the awful fact is evident that a lie is in danger of being osat:-la September, 1306, my little girl, aged at that time 3 years, contracted Measles and in the following October was attacked by Bronchitis, Pseumonia and Cogcation of t...

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I. O. R., Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

I. O. R., Mornington. At the conclusion of the Rechabite Tent meeting last Wednesday evening, members were given an opportunity through the medium of the " Question Box" of getting independent and original light upon questions great and small, as well as to develop and disphly' their oratorical .abilitiet.-w- The majoritj of the questions asked were of a very ,weighty. nature, and the calm, deliberate, and intellegent way in which the younger members handled their questions reflected great credit upon themselves as thinking members of society and upon their tent as a training ground for public leaders (incidentally, it augurs trouble in the near future for some of our coun cillors). Deserving of special mention are-Mr H. Hutchins on -"Is it desirable to have both State and Federal parliaments"; Mr P. Jenkins, "Are Australians too fond of sport"; and Mr Ray Cohen, " Is a Universal Saturday half-holiday desirable?" Mr Cohen, in addition to exhibiting in crisp cut phrases a very clear ...

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LANGWARRIN. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908

LANCWARRIN. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The half-yearly meeting of the above association disclosed a very satisfactory state of affairs, both financially, and by the works either undertaken or agitated for. The secretary's (Mlr H. H. Lloyd) report showed that there were 52 financial members, and stated that the half-year had been the most beneficial and successful thrtt they had yet had. The sum of £25 had been collected and donated towards gravel ling and formation of Cra:,bourne road, which work would prove of great advantage to reside,.ts ..f the distriec generally. During the year Mr F. E. Lee, agricultural superinte-:':ent, at tended and gave an interesting lecture on "'The Principles of Agriculture." During the half-year seven working bees had been held, all of which w;-re well attended. Two free scial evt:n ing's had been given, which wer.. well attended, and proved very e:,jovathle. 3Mesdames J. and C. S. Corlett, and W. Oates, were heartily thankd for providing refreshments at th...

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