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Correspondence. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Correspondence. (We edo not necesstrily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed ly corrcapondents.) TO TIIE EDITOR. Sir,-When I first camne to reside in thi:; township nearly 27- years ago, themr was a fleet of abous 15 fishing boats going out. every morning, and all soemned to be doing very well, but now there is not one solitary boat inl this part. • Whether there'is a scarcity of fish or not I cannit say, but no doubt the mesh nets have done a deal of harm: by destroying the young ones, and which may perhaps. account for the fishermen deserting the grounds. There is no doubt that a good living could be.obtained b1y onqor.tw9pmen with suitable "boats a as-it wouild. be quite a treat for the pe'op:&here'to get a supply, but which now cannot be, obtained forloveormoney--Yours, etc, -PISCATORIAL. Rye, 5-10-0.'

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

SORRENTO. The Sorrento branch of the A.N.A. held its usual fortnightly meeting at the Athenuen Hall on Monday night. There was a good attendance of memn-' bers, and after the usual routine busi ness of the branch was gone through, a very enjoyable dance was held, a large gathering of the residents accept ing the invitations of the members. On next meeting night a progressive euchre party will be given, to which all residents of the district are invited. The branch is making very rapid strides, having a largely increased membership. Subscription lists in aid of the Mlorce Relief Fund are being circulated throughout the district. An active canvass is also being made to help this most deserving case. Any sub scriptions sent to the hon. sec. (Mr E. Clark) will be thankfully acknow ledged. Active preparations are being made by the residents for the forthcoming season. Owing to the energetic action of our local constable Mr Rawlings, the roads in close vicinity to the town are being clear...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

CARRUM. Cricketers and their friends and sup porters rallied in force on Friday night to take part in the festivities' provided by the club in the shape of a dance. The night-was splendid ~for,. the pur pose, and the large bari placed at the Club's disposal was fullyl taxed by the votaries of terpsichore, who tripped the light fantastic all night and well into Saturday morning. During the evening songs were sung by Miss Cornwall and Mrs Chas. Rigby. Both ladies were in good voice, and should be heard more frequently at concerts, &c., Mrs Rigby's rendition of "Wo man's Way," being especially charm ing. Refreshments were handed round about twelve o'clock, and created an appreciated break in the proceedings. The floor was in good order, and to music supplied by .Messrs R. Tratt and G. Roulston, Mr Forsyth, M.C., kept?' thin~s going merrily thioughout the evening. On Saturday a meeting of the Farmer's Association was held, when amongst other matters decided it was resolved thati...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. RICHMOND v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

IltILE 81tOOUZIG. RICHMOND v. FRANKSTON. This match was fired on the local range on Saturday last, and.resulted in a win for l1ichriond bliy 16 points. Scores : FRANKSTO. 500 - 600 Total J: Lynch 31 31 62 VW. Oates 32 30 62 o. Willo. - 31 30 61 H. Lloyd 2". 31 - Walker 28 30 58 R. Lloyd 30 24 54 C. Grant 24 27 51 J. Moseley 5 12)6 51. C. DJ)lnma 31 17 48 i). Corlett 22 24 4(i Total ... .... ... 53 RICIDIOND. i500 600 Total .T. B. Canmpbell 32 I3 (12 It. looth . :l) (62i Allison 33 29 , J. Clark . 32. 61 A. Bell "31 28 59 Kearns 21 29. 58 J. Bell 28. . 27 55 Sidlier 2.5 26 51, Birctherton "0 21 • . 1 Ferris 23 23-. 48 Total ...... ... ... 559 Mr W. Cox.;Humffr y.street. Ballarat Vi,-., writes: " I have been a great sufferer from'lheum'tism and havingi ob tained the greatest relief by the use "of Chsanberlain's lain Palm I cannot speak to, high!y of it. Whenever I feel the rheu?naci p es .-ominr en. I giv? .the affeer, d -irts a f*w' applications and-'it' aliv;ys arrase's the attack.'...

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Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the 1st May: • ?IC .. ,m I p_ rakon arr 1 o 35 Sa.m.p. p.m.p.m. ranoune, dep, t0ou 2.25 60 .3 arrum e 3 .34 7.18 19 korne, arr. 12 5.45 . FENKOURNE TO w MOR UNT .- Crra 0 3 l 323 Frankston, MELBOURNE TO FRAINSTON,-. SmOD&XB. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. MIelbourne, dep. 10.55 2.25 60 9.30 Carrum 12. 3.34 7.10 103 9 Frankston, arr. 1215 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MELBOUBNE. .SUNUAYs. a.m. pm. p.m. p.m. Franketon, dep. 920 4.25 8.S Crr,, udep ... 33 4.34 7.1844 28.1 Melbourne,gtorr. T 1042 5.42 826 9.27 M1ELBOURNE TO MO1NINGTON. Sate Melburno, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 1.18 Carrum t ... 9.23 6.23 2.32 Frankston. err. ... 9.34 6.14 2.45 dep. ... 944 6.44 2.53 Morngton Junction, aer. 9.59.6.59 3.10 dep 10.10 74 3.15 Mooroodnue " Mornington ,arr. ... 10.35 7.24 3.35

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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

DROMANA. (Cop~es o' the CTeav.MD can be obtained from Mr BE Itdduck.) D)rorntaa lin' beetl cinite a Iniuy little toWn thlise wlk. T1wo kieiI lies arriv-ed. hlaixia large e~irgii ab trulth di'vollsigneai eiv t Mlr E. ncddiktl 31r ?Iir liv. tool I r e'unu,;.i. ý Jn Thesplenlidi fie wreather is' miakinig iIre. to~,iii lirilW sink ebsrtneii ! ametl grass is leitiful aInd sluvk are luukiiig iell.

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

UILLICSDl. Kirk's Hotel, second tournament of 250 up. - First prize, gold m'edal; second prize, silver medal ; and a cue for the highestbreak - J. Hutchins was defeated by F. Tuplain by 32 points. J. Williams (70), beat F. Harrap (125), by 52 points. J. Cottier (60), beat H. Harlem (70), by 9 points. R. Hutchins (70), beat J. Farley (55), by 40 points. C. Baxter (35), beat S. Mowbray (owes 40), by 14 points, thus putting out one of the favourites for the tournament.

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Sport and Pastime. FOOTBALL. VACUUM OIL CO. v. GARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Sport and Pastime. FOOTBAI L. VACUUM OIL CO. v. OARRUM." The Vacuum Oil Coy.'s team played Carrum at Carrum on Saturday week last, and after a friendly game the fo-rmer were victorious. Carrum had not their representative team afield, while such noted players as Drohan (Collingwood), Sharpe and Naughton (Fitzroy), and Peppard (Essendon) were in the Oil Coy.'s team, and they played with thirteen men to make a more even game. Jim Jolly won the toss from Thomas, the Carrum skipper, and took advantage of the wind. On the bounce, Jolly got possession and passed on to Drohan, who after a very clever run, put it into Peppard's hands, the latter scoring first goal for the visitors. The locals were working hard, but could not pace it with the League men, and the game, to use a sporting phrase was just a " one horse race." For the winners, the League men mentioned above played brilliantly, as also did Wheatley and Jolly, the latter following the four quarters finely. For Carrum, 'ims, McCaule...

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A HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

A nuIT.-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 dos not irperi todbe understood by some persons. Bor 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 locals in return for advertising support, and:people should not expect locals or reports on any other condition."

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A HIGH-CLASS CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

A HIGH-CLASS CONCERT was held in the Mechanics, in the even ing, .when .the hall was filled to overflowing, the audience most attentive and appreciative, and al together the concert was one of' the best ever held in Frankston. The artists were all most talented, and some of the best performers around Melbourne, the public being treated to areal high-class and excel lent entertainment. Mr J. Jolly, the organiser, deserves great credit for the' splendid programme arranged, and is certainly to be complimented on the great success of the affair. Mr. F. Donovan opened proceedings with a well-played. overture, and he" also throughout the- evening played the accompaniments in a most creditable manner. diss Jessie Beaumont was in splendid voice, and her contribiftions -At my Window, and Gondolier of Dreams, were well received, the latter being loudly encored. Mr "Coon " Bennett proved himself to be an all round entertainer, and his p humotous and sentimental items were':greatly ernjoyed. ':...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

.....?ublic .-Notices. - BUY NOW CL EARING Li-N7ES, suitable for Winiter Trade. MILLINERY. . LACES. DRESS COODS. ...FANCY GOODS, &c ... Ritchie's Stores . .......... FRANM KSTON . Established 1870. ......ALL LINES...... BOOTS; DRAPERY, &c., &c. J. MILLARD, C.ARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all; Trains. Parcels 'and Lugca'e received and promptly delivered. Horses anduVehicles for hire, Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. J* 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, .dl 10s per term of half-hcur each week (eleven weeks); E? 2s per term of two half-hours.- Piano-.?1 10a per term of one hour per weeek. IC U R -GOING TO R, W. JONES General Storekeeper, , CARRU'I. FOR GROCERIES. DRAPERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. BRAN, CHAFF. OATC. BARLEY, WHEAT, POLLARD. POTATOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. All...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

LOCAL AND CENERAL. Os our fourth page there-willbe found an interesting article descriptive of Mr E. Jones'-arm, and other items. Several letters on different subljcts, district news, and other items are crowded out of this issue. D.tyczns are renminded of the wind-up dance of the Daffodil club, to be held in the Frankston Meichanies' Hall this (Saturday) evening. Tui Hastings Football club held a sociat, dance. and presentation, last Satur day nielht. A report of the proceedings has not come to hand. PEa'soxs holding electors' rights for the Legislative Assembly which wers issued before November 1, 1907. must obtain new rights not later than November 2, or odieiwisc be disfranchised. Mr F. C. Chamberlin is the registrar for the Morn ington division. BSr our advertising columns this issue it will be noticed that Mr J. Nott Marsh in to c enind and estate agency itFnston,'in premises next Gregory's Hotel. Mr Mairsh announces that na property will be too small or too large to place in ...

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A. O. F. Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

.A. O. F. _Mornin ton.__ The anniversary ball in connection with the Mornington branch of the A. O. F. was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Friday night, the 9th inst.,: and was a brilliant success. The hall was tastefully decorated with evergeens, intermingled' with lilac' and lilies, which made a very pretty contrast with the dainty.dresses worn by the ladies. About 40 couples graced the floor. Music was supplied by Mr Carey (piano), and Mr -J.- Ricketts (violin), who both .played in their usual satisfactory manner. At intervals Mr Burnell gave very nice selections on the phonograph. After all had partaken of plenty of refreshments, the first ~' aince that followed was the ]Foreste-z- Quadrille, in which all members. vork their re galia. Mr Grifliths,, who acted as MI.C., kept things i?n'dvifi~ at a nice pace until daylight, wheii" the dancers dispersed, after thoroughly enjoying themselves.

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Mornington Shire Council THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Mornington Shire Council " THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8Ta. Present - -Crs Barrett. (President), Flood,' Alston, Stephens, Male, and Bradford. t CORRESPONDENCE. .From Department of Public Works, t intimating that Mr *E. Shanock had been appointed to audit council books r for 1908, at a fee of £9 9s, including i interim audit fee.-Receivedl. t From C. S. Bennett,"Mornington, applying for a. seven years' lease of two t unfenced.pieces of land on either side of his dwelling. He would undertake I to fence, clearand improve same, pay t current rates, and would give '2s .6d per annum.-Cr Flood moved that the council formally take possession of land for amount of rates owing on same, and then treat with Mr Bennett.--Cr Male seconded.-Carried. From R. Stanley, stating he could not go on with his contract of screening a gravel on Tyabb-road.-Ref .red to in engineer's report. F'rom J. C. Fairbairn, manager' Co lonial Bank, Mornington, asking coun cil to arrange as to amount wanted by t way. of overdraw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

ror season's Tadie . C. DALMAN,H Frantston BOn snnRE, I. prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served.' PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the BeacEh. IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEA LY EXECUTED OOTS sna SEOES MADE to ORDEB, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. ST. RITCHIE AND-CO. FRANPSTON : Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produces n Stock. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -o The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immenoely more valuable t:uan an ordinary apeerint; they remove from: the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial effects of Frootoids are evident...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

';, wAucti.on hales- . Tuesday, 27th ,October. At the Roomus, SIQu Seet J At 12 o'clock. F R .K N K S'T ON -N: In the Estate of Mrs M. H. Hart. de- he ceased, MT. ELIZA. Boundary road, about 1 mile from Moorooduc Station y and4 miles fromu.Frankston Station. : I Acres, adjoining ai:.tcr's on one side ,.td Walkers on the othel . Thile land is .-.11 suited for frultgrow:g.ig, being of a hl:ut soil, with granite trmaiatioi. It islpa, 'y feticed, and ils? permne;:tut water, ha-:... , Ir good holes in toe Creek. P.articulars of Title from Messrs Blake and Rii'gall. .:s, licitors 1'J \VWilliam street. Melbourne. te Further particulars from the Auc- re tioneers, Sydney C. Arnold and Co., 1iS Queen Street, Melbourne. I Thursday, October 29th. Agricultural Farm - At Flinders. BY AUCTION. A LEX. SCOTT & CO. have receivea instructionsfrom Mr Geo.Symonds, ( to sell by Public Auction, at the Me chanics'Institute, Flinders, at 3 o'clock or the aove date Flinders, containing about 8- acres...

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CRICKET. FIRST DISTRICT MATCH OF THE SEASON. SOMERVILLE v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

CRI[CKIET FIRST DISTRICT MATCH OF THE SEASON, SOMERVILLE v. MORNINGTON. The above teams met last Saturday on the Mlornington cricket ground. The wicket was rather heavy, but a good friendly game ensued. There was a very good attendance of spectators, and much interest was evinced in the play. Mr G. Reed captained the visitors, and Mr J. D. Grover the locals. The visitors went in to bat first, and made a very fair stand, as follows : G. Grant, c Cavill, b Jenkins ... 55 S Gault, c Mowbray, b Cavill ... 16 S. Martin, c Byles, b Cavill ... 4 J. Taylor, l.b.w., b Cavill ... 0 C. Thornell, c Byles, b Marshal 25 G. Reed, c Cavill, b Marshal ... 13 F. Murray, c Parsons, b Jenkins 14 K. Webb, c Byles, b Cavill ... 4 W. Hutchinson, not out ... ... 0 A. McArthur, b Jenkins... ... 0 B. Parsons, b Jenkins ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... 15 Total ... ... ... 148 Mornington, when stumps were drawn, had lost 4 wickets for 47 runs (Lowe 5, Par:ols 7, Marshall 0, McComb 3, Jen kins 24 not out, Harris...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. AN ANIMATED MEETING. THE GATHERING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Frankston New Year's Day Sports. AN ANIMATED MEETING. There was a satisfactory attendance at the adjourned annual meeting of the above on Monday evening, the President (Cr S. Sherlock) occupying 1 the chair. The fact 6f several of the committee of last year not paying their share of the deficiency on the sports was adversely commented upon, and two in particular came in for a severe "slating." Since the meeting on thE Wednesday previous three or four of the defaulters'had been seen personally. Mr T. Ritchie reported that one said he was not in a position to pay, and another that he was neither morally nor legally responsible. Mr Brody re ported that another on being asked would not say either "nay or yea." Mr A. Walker called for the names of the defaulters', andsa listofl7 was read. The question as to what action should be taken was discussed with animation, a motion being tabled that a test case be instituted against one of the nu m ber, as it was not fair that, whilst the majorit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

FRU IT.C R OW E I S' SUPPLIES AT Reduced Rates. A few of .M?J Quotations : Bluestone, 2Slbs.'7/6, 6G:bs 15/-, I cwt. 30s. Sugar or Acetate of Lead, 4216 per cwt. 1d per lb. Paris Green, 1/6 per lb. Soft Soap, in Kerosene tins 441bs 12/G. White Arsenic, Cd per t. Hellebore, 71b. sealed tins 4/G.:-.. Swift's Arsenate of Lead, 51be. G1 iCsbs. 11/6, 201bs.-21/6L. '-- -" Strychnine, 4/6 per oz., 2,6 per = oz. 1ois0nld Wheat. 6d per tin; Is ip lb. DAVID .. J. L THE D'AR.MAY _ ýM OuNINGTON. Pimp'es.. eruptions, : bl'tche.b scales, ulters, and eczema "re a11 raiused by bai blood. Chamniberlains's Stanm ch a d Live Tablets are wonder tiorl?kor%.i~'the cure o" all disorders caused ,by bad or imphr'; blood. They . eliminatei q:: poieonon matter by emimching the bloo'd and ena?, liog it to mate new and iealthy 'tissues. Pore blood'?means pirfect :bealth; aid- if you * 11 use I himherlaiai. Table's thie " wail g vey cu : od he .th, nd apare leai ski r ee from pimpl j auli b.othea. Fo. alel all s...

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Campers' Outing at Frankston. "BOHEMIANS" AND "BULL AND BUSH." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908

Camipers' Outing! at ' Frankston. "BOHEMIANS" AND "BULL AND BUSH." Saturday last' was a busy day at Frankston, when over 100 campers and friends from the above well-knowin Carrum camps visited the town for a week-enrd outing. Their presence made the place quite lively, and the Prince of Wales Hotel and Clarendon House (where the visitors made their heal-quarters) was the scene of much music, mirth, andjollification.

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