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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

TYABB. On Sunday last was held the ninth anniversary of the local Sunday school, the afternoon service being conducted by MIr Wood, of Camberwell, who was listened to very attentively by a congregation which filled the hall to overflowing. On Tuesday afternoon a tea-meeting was held, and was attended by about eighty children and forty adults, after which a public meeting in the form of a social was held. A large audience was present, and the Rev. J. Harvey offici ated as chairman. A long programme of songs and recitations was gone through, interspersed with appropriate speeches by the chairman, and Messrs J. E. Taylor, R. Mlair. A. E Denham, and A E. Benton, the last-named (superintendent ofthe school) reporting that there were sixty-one scholars on the roll, and the lessons and conduct, as well as the average attendance, had been good throughout the year. After the chair man distributed the prizes, refreshments were handed round, prior to the company dispersing. The following are t...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

.. ..Public No!ices BUY NOW 0----0 CLEARING LINES, suitable for " Winter Tr, -tde MILLINE tt Y. LAC E . D!FSS " ODS, ...FANrY GOOD), &,.... Ritchie's Stores.. . (....---F. rA'KSTON. Ettabiiehbed 1870. ...ALL LINES...... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &c., &c. J. fMILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO 'PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet allj Trains. Parcels anail Lug?sree received atd promptly delivered. Ho.-es andaVehiclea for hire. Prices reasonable Letters and Tele-rams promptly attended to. J3 MI has recently added to his plant by purchasinw M3Ir. . . Lauri on's cabh. SINGING AND PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TFRMS: - Diaphramatic lreathing and Singing, .£1 10s per term of half-hour each week (eleven weeks); w: S2 per term of two half-hours. Piano-£1 10s per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUf'. FOR GROCE:IIYS. :)DIAPERY, .HADW.\iRE, BOO I'S. SHOES. &-. BRAN, ('IItAFF. OAT, I, AFILEY, VHEAT?'. Pi)LLt . PO '. OE, AND ALL GRAI1N K(S'...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LANGWARRIN. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

LANGWARRIN. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION CONCERT. The local hall was crowded to the doors on Monday evening, when the last for the year of, the series of concerts organised by the Progress. Association was held. That body deserves special praise for the enthusi astic manner they have worked for the mutual benefit of all the residents in and around Lang varrin, and the success of the function on Monday night was only a fitting reward for the labors of the members of the Associ ation. Interest in these gatherings had gradually and widely spread to neighboring parts, and on Monday night there was quite a representative district gathering. Frankston was largely represented, M1r Millard's three cabs being chartered for the convey ance of passengers to the concert, and all were unanimous in the opinion that a most enjoyable evening had been spent. The prograr:ne presented was diversified and :?ally interesting, reflecting credit alike on the promoters and performers, the latter of whom were mostl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) Mr Godfrey Patterson, of: Pine Grove, Cape Schanck, who had an operation per formed a fortnight ago, is progressing favorably. At the time of the operation the doctors present were Dr. Syme of Melbourne, Dr. Weld, Dromana, and Dr. Somers, Mlornington. Of all three gentle men the patient speaks in most laudable terms. MIr Patterson is at present an inmate of Dr. Weld's private hospital, Dromana, and the patient states nothing could exceed the kindness and skilful treatment he is receiving. We trust M?r Ptterson will soon be convalescent. SMrs Helsham's pretty little villa, which stands by the oet shore, and which was buffeted about in a recent storm and had the verandah carried away, has'been repaired. The verandah roof has been replaced by a new structure. ,nd the little villa has been renovated both inside and out. A SALE of laun- has been effected near Mount Martha: 750 acre3, portion of Sir RupMrt Clarke's esta...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

MOOROODUC. Although the weather has been cold and windy' this last week, the crops around are holding their own, and promising a heavy yield. The large paddocks put" under -crop on the Annesleigh homestead some months ago are looking remarkably well, being now about eight inches high, thick and even in 'length, and showing with exactness and neatness the workman like way in which the ground has beeti prepared and the seed sown. With the advent of farmers:like Mr Mitchell it is a great boon to the district, in introducing up-to-date methods and laying, out money by erecting new fences of dropper and wire netting, with the usual round wire to streng then. The familiar old gate has also been replaced by the Cyclone, with pickets on either side to match, and altogether anyone will find, by taking a drive along this well kept property on the gravelled road know as one of the best in the district, that on this farm cultivation is being carried on under methods seldom practised in the dist...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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The Peninsula Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

The Peninsula Football Association. A meeting of the above was held at the Grand Hotel, Mlornington, on Friday evening last, when there were present:-Messrs Harrison (chairman), Menck and Cohen (Mornington), Gritfiths and Hazledine (Dromana), Martin and Monk (Somerville). No delegates were present from Hastings or Frankston. A letter was received from the sec retary of the Hastings club, enclosing 10/6, which it was hoped would be the final call for the season.-Re ceived. From V. Croskell, secretary of the Frankston club, in reply to request to pay umpire's fee and fine re match arranged for September 12th, as fol lows :-" I have been instructed by my club to write and deny any liability as regards umpire's fee or fine, as the delegates have exceeded any powers conferred upon them either by the P.F.A. or V.F.L. rules, and to ask that you withdraw your statement that Hastings are Premiers, which mistake appears to have been made without thinking; but no doubt when given mature consid...

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Orange Blossoms. HEGGART—COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

Orange Blossoms. HEGGART-COLLINS. St. Andrew's Church of England, Somerville, was crowded on Wednes day afternoon, September 30th, with an interested company, to witness the marriage of Edith, second daughter of Mr Thos. Collins, Somerville, with Mr H. Heggart, second son of the late Thos Heggart, Esq., Police Sergeant, of Talbot. The church was tastefully decorated with lillies and cherry blossom, etc, by friends of the bride, and the Vicar (Rev. A. P. McFarlane) officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a pretty dress of cream transparent voile, with train, and wore veil and wreath of orange blossom, and carried a hand some shower bouquet made by RMrs A. Thornell. The Misses Dora and Mollihe Collins (sisters) were bridemaids, and wore pretty dresses of cream crepoline, relieved with turquoise, and carried handbouquets. Mr Cahill, of Moonee Ponds, acted as best man. After the ceremony the bridal party and guests drove to the residence of the bride'...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Football. FLINDERS v. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

Football. FLINDERS v. DROMANA. The Dromana footballers played their return match with Flinders on Saturday last, when, after an exciting game, the visitors were returned victors by seven points. Both teams were weakened by the non-appearance of some of their foremost players. For the winners D. Chapman (Richmond), who rucked it for the four quarters, was always prominent and finished up a fine performance by kicking four goals. W. Gibson (until hurt) was playing well, and Hoskens. R Wyatt, Evans, MacDonald, Callanan, Clydesdale, and Wilson, were hard workers, especially Wyatt and HonkiLs. For the locals, O'Neil and Eadie were far ahead of the others, and were always battling hard to avert defeat. Cleave (2), Callanan, Gamble, Edwards, Planck, Johnston, and Schmidt were a useful lot. The final scores were :-Dromana--7 goals 9 behinds; Flinders--6 goals 8 behinds. Goal-kickers-Flinders-O'Neil (2). Eadie (2), Cleave (2). Dromana-Chapman (4), 1McLear, Lawrence, McDonald. Flinders have a...

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CRICKET. FRANKSTON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

CREICILET. FRANKSTON CRICKET CLUB. The annual meeting of the above was held on Saturday evening at. Mrs \V. Deane's residence, Mr W. Richard son (vice-president) occupying the chair. In the absence of the secretary (Mr Ben Baxter, who is at present in New Zealand), Mr J. Box read the minutes of last meeting and explained the position of the club, which showed that last season closed with a credit balance of 4s 2d. The'fact that there were only 13 paid up members last year was adversely commented upon, and it was decided to make strong ef forts to infuse more interest into the club for the coming season. The balance-sheet was confirmed on the motion of Messrs McKenzie and Sangwcell. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing season : President-Dr. Plowman. Vice-presidents - Messrs WV. VW. Richardson, S. B. Jackson, R. W. Wade, J. Conway, McNeil, and Dr. Wilkinson. Patrons--Messrs E. L. Vale, Jas. Grice, F. 1V. Tetley, W. Schultz, G. V. Williams, Wm. McArthur, Mr and AM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

Public Notices. ýSpeciai. Notice I'I rT THE ADJOURNED 'ANNUAL r . 'M· ETING of the2rankston New` Year's Day Sports will beo htid on JIo. DAY EVENING NEXT. 1?TII OCTOBER. d A good attendance is rAquested. S. S. Gault, -SOMERVL LLE. LAND & ESTATE A'PENT. ORCHARDS & FARMS FOR SALE. ALL PRSPERTIE' ENTRUSTED TO ME WILL BE PEItONALLT INSPECrED.. AGEN FOE A. P. A LLES T'ANKS & HARD WAiARE. MR. TATTERSON, =DENIiTAL SURGEON By Examination of DENTAL BOARnD OF VIcroItA, tL) GS to notify residents of FRAn&EsTn L and DisrurcT that he is P.'aetising his profession at 162 CREVILLE STREET, -PRAHRAN "(3 doors ftom Town Hall) DAILY 9 to 5 (Saturday included.) Painless Extracts my Specialty LAUGHING G S. COCAINE, &c. Gold and Amalgam FILLINGS. ARTIFICIAL Th'ETH A SPECIALTY. All work and patients entrusted to me will have my personal attention. .No A?FSITANTS. G UARDIAN Fire Office. ESTABLISHED OVER EIGHITY YFARS ASSETS EXCEED SIX MILLIONS. Losses Caused by Bush ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, FIankston BOn' WPiMn , Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIES' AND GENTS.' T... GHBOOTS &~SHOES > ?_ ;A Splendid Assortment.. .__ REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED 3OOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,;FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. :All kinds of Produce: n Stock. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -- - The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to ithe Pr prietr, . is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-nam:ed complintls. Frootoids are elegant i: appe-*rance and pleasant to take ; they are immnws'ly more valuable t.aun an ordinary al,nr:ert: they remove from the blo ,d, t:-'?u~e., end internal organs, waste p.:I.onoIC!s i:att".r that is clogging them and clihoking the channels that lead to and from them....

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

Frankston and .Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. The ordinary mohthly meeting was 1 held at Hastings as above, when there were present: - Crs. Baxter (presi dent) Hodgins, Murray, Cole, Wood house, Griffeth, Sherlock, and Perrott. CORRESPONDENCE. F.om.L. O. Gould, urging that the council erect the bridge proposed some time ago over Kauanook Creek, which would continue the road right through. from Melbourne Road to the beach, mak ing a nice and convenient walk, which would be greatly appreciated by resi dents.-Eleld over till the estimates, writer to be asked if there was a likli hood of property owners subsidising the council. From same. asking that the road run ning north and south through the island could be named after his father. He would be delighted to have a board painted and erected naming the street "Gould street." The letter concluded with " Would be greatly obliged if you could favor me this request, as I would like to give my father a pleasant surprise." (L...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

MORNINGTON.-Mrs and Miss M. Parry have gone to the North Eastern district for a holiday. Miss A. Parry has returned to Gravesend after a well-earned holiday at Footscray. Mr H. Ricketts was married to Miss E. White last week: and Mr H. Young to Miss C. Coxhall on Monday last. An important marriage will take placc at   Gravesend shortly.

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The Standard. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 October 1908

The Standard. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. MORNINGTON council report and other items are held over till next issue. SPORT and pastime-rifle shooting, cricket, etc.-will be found on our fourth page. THE secretary, of the Frankston   Cricket Club desires to acknow- ledge donations of two bats from Mr   Robertson, of Frankston, as trophies for best batting aind bowling averages during the season ; also 10s 6d from Dr. Plowman (president) towards the funds of the club. On, 20th October, as per advt. a sale of land in the estate of the late Mrs H. M. Hart, will be held by Messrs Sydney C. Arnold and Co. The land is situate on the Boundary road, near Moorooduc, and contains 146 acres. THE Langwarrin Sunday School holds its anniversary on Sunday (to morrow), and on Monday evening, 12th inst., a concert and coffee supper in connection with same will take place. The admission is adults is, children 6d, and a most enjoyable night's cel tertainment is promised. A CONCERT wil...

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Women's Best Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Women's Best Friend. Women who value health should never be without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Nurses and Doctors re commend them, and thousands of women who now enjoy health and strength owe their rescue to this wonderful remedy. Women in every sphere of life, of every age, and every condition, have proved the wonderful curative and corrective influences of this pills. Years ago, pills were the medicine of the poor only. To-day, the efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills to overcome 'the common ail ments, and restore health and happi ness to sick and ailing women, has convinced not only the working section of the population, but the wives and daughters of.themore wealthy, pro fessional, and independent classes, that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are women's best' friend. They establish regular and healthy visitations, which are so essential to good health, purify the Blood, giving the skin a clear and beautiful appearance, and keep the Bowels, Liver, and Kidneys in perfect w...

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In the Tyabb District. DAIRY FARM IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Slnthe, TyabbD Di strict-== DAIRY FARM IMPROVEMENTS (BY "LEADER" AOGRIOULTURAL REPORTER). Mr Edward Jones, of Tyabb,.. has demonstrated on his farm that under certain methods of treatment pro fitable returns can be secured. This locality, in common mith the Morn ington Peninsula as a whole, does not bear a reputation for the highest class of fertility, and this probably arises from the fact that in their natural state the soils bear a rather poor innutritions herbage. This is not an uncommon case, land as a rule that does not naturally bear good grass being regarded as of little value. Ex cept that in its surface loam there is a tendency toward peatyness, however, these soils on being turned up do not justify an inferior classification. A dark grey surface soil, extending in depth from 10 to 18 inches, rests on a good substantial moisture retaining clay. The timber growing on the unimproved land is white gum, mess mate, honeysuckle, ti-tree, she-oak, while thatch and spear grass do ...

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Shire of Frankston and Hastings. ENGINEER'S REPORT. (Held over from report last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Shire of Frankston and Hastings. EINGINEIE'S REPORT. (Held over from report last issue.) WVarrenutte Bridge.-The deck., hand rails, and gravel beams are in a very rot ten state, and require renewing. Tile to tal cost. he estimated at £24.- To be attended to. Rotten culverts.-Twro new culverts are urgently required in.the Centre Rid ing on the Hastings road, one opposite G. Shepherd's. and one opposite Mis5 Baxter's.-To be attended to. Sanit'ry pans, Frankstou.-Owing to new houses and increased number of tenants at Frankston, I find that 20 more pans will be required to be ordered at an extra cost of '5.-Necessary extra pans to be ob:ai,.ed. The balance-sheet was not quite com pleted. £ll 7s arrears of rates required to be abandoned to square up the rate book. Recommrlendation adopted. The new secretary (Mr Playdell) and himself toured the greater'portion of the shire on October Gth. le had com piled a map of the thire showing all the roads wish names and bonndaries. He -desired to't...

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An Old Man's Hoard. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

An Old Man's Hoard. A well-known identity named Dennis Cooney, who for years has lived in a small house on the railway enclosure be tween Frankston and Carrum, was found on Wednesday morning by Messrs Den yer and Nicholson in a weak state near the house, and was at his request taken to the railway station and despatched to the Melbourne Hospital. The old man, who was known to be most peculiar in his habits and mode of living, was con vinced that he was dying, and made many rambling statements as to'being attacked and beaten by roughs, etc. On examina tion at the hospital, Cooney was found to have in his clothes a number of bank de posit receipts for £1392, and £17 in cash. It iis'well-known that Co-dneypo:sessed a considerable amount of money. He is 62 years of age, has been a railway plate layer, and has a pension of £1 per week, which he never draws, but simply allows to accumulate, till now the amount is well over £-200. e was most eccentric, and the belief that he would be robbe...

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SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

SOMERVILLE. . ... 3 . ... . (Copies of tile PTA.?Arnu can be obtained from Mr D. MI. Bett.) On Monday evenitg a large number of members attended the monthly meeting of the Fruitgrowers' Association. when a big business slheet was gone through. The trustees of the Show Ground an nounced that they had secured front Mr Gomnm a iurther lease of live years at a rental of £2 los per annum, with the right to at any timle use or let the shed for any purpose whatever. A vote of thanks was accorded the trustees (Messrs T. Thornell. W. H. Shepherd. and J. SBunning). On the motion of Messrs Griffeth and Mair it was resolved to admit a member of the Tvabb and Hastings Association as a committeelman for the Somerville Show. The President and Mr Fraser were ap pointed to represent the Association at the monster deputation to wait otn the PIremicr rc the erection of the Central MIarket at SOutlltMelbourne .-.. Mr Roberts, ol tile Uradshawt Agriculural College. is to give a lecture at the November m...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

TO TIlE EDITOL. Sir,-Having Been connected. with the Franksyon Athletic, Sports for thirteen years, and owing, to circum stances (over which I have no control) I have been compelled to sever my. con nection with the. management, I,take this opportuuity to publicly thank the offlicers and inenmbers of the several committees for their couirtesy and as sisfance during'my term of office. Yours, etc., .MARK BRODY.

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