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A Little Common Sense [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

A Little Common Sense In using any kind of medicine a little common sense is away*s. neces sary: --Dr. ise's Iffdifiif oot Pill1 are compoundedl tomeet. the general req'iremeits~iof "man, woman, and child, both. weak and.strong, and in prescribing'the doses of from one to four pills, the actualnumber necessary ;in teach. ase just ' be' determined according to the age and condition of the patient. A dose however, should be sufficient to move the bowels at least twice, and although relief may be obtained at "once, it is always ad visable to take a..pill or two on the following night. :In'some instanices the first dose may cause a-little piia and sickness, which will not recur .subsequently. The cause isdue to the large' flow of bile into thbe'intestisies; which the Pills have let loose byopdening the congested ducts ?1hich hav'e been clogged- up, perhaps, for~ion'ths. Do you blame tho Pills if uider these .conditions you feel sick. . You will feel- better afterwards, and .if you adopt...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

Public Notices . suitable for -, Whiter Trade -MILLINERY, LACES, DRFSS GOODS, ...FANCY GOOD , &c..... Ritchie's Stores.. ... FRANKSTON. Established 1870. .....ALL LINES.... BOOTS, DRAPERY, &c., &c. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all! Trains. Parcels and Lugg?nce received and promptly delivered. Ho?ses anduVehicles for hire. Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. J* 3M 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 10s per term of half-hour each week (eleven weeks); £~ 2s per term of two half-hours. Piand--El 10s per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUTI, FOR GROCERIES, DRAPERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. BRAN, CHAFF, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, POLLARD, POTATOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK, All Goods at Lowest Market Rates. AGENT FOR FEDERAL MANURE...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

A :little forethought may save you no end of trouble. Anyo.ne who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by all store keepers. THE STANDARD Can be obtained from any of the follow ng authorised agents , MOENINGTO- Mrs A. M; Woods FLANKSTON- F. A. Ritchie & Co., Mrs Nicholls, D. M'Donald: , SOMERVILLE- D. M. Bett TYAB- D. M. Bett HASTiNGS s. Orsino CARIRUM R. W. Jones. FLINDERS J. -simrmonds DROMANA E. :Rudduck - EOILERENTO D. McFarlan MORNINGTOS JUNCT ON SMrs "ScttA . BAIt AREING E. 0. Stons Miss Byrne Advertiau ietrneceived' Oweedrsc warded. Public' Notices. WEALTH: The Reward of Thrift. Without Gambling ! Without Speculationi-! Without Risk Il! l Invest Your Savings in Government PHEMIUM BONDS. They are guaranteed as to principal.,and interest consequently as safe as British Console. They bear fixed interest in most cases from 2 to 4 per cent. and give the holders the chance of acquiring a fortune ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

Public Notices Wall - Papers ' SPECIALLY SELECTED. WlPapers.- pto.at and Cheap. -Caor write fori -Complete Pattern Book.- Posted Free. Picture Frames-Beautifal Art Frames to fit all sizes of Photos, Drawings, Paintings, etc. Lowest Prices in Melbourne for-. Champion's White Lead Fergusson's White Lead . 'B.S. &Co.'s Oils, Colors & Stainers, &c The Roof Cooling Composition, guaran teed not to wash off. educes the' hieat from 25 to 30 degrees. Send for Pamphlet. ONLY ADDRESS H. METCHER, 169 Chapel Street. Windsor, Telephone 156 Windsor Exr. [A CARD.] A. D. Pleydell, C.E Is now Practicing in the district as an Architect, Engineer and Surveyor. . ADDREF-FRANKSTON. : G(jARDIAN -fire Office. ESTABLISHED OVER EIGHTY YEARS ASSETS EXCEED SIX MILLIONS. Losses Caused by Bush Fires and Lightning are made good by the GUARDIAN. Growing Crops, Haystacks. Fencing, , and all kinds of Property INSURED AT LOWEST RATES. LOCAL AGENT M. McGREAL, Frankston, - GEORGE W. MARTIN, (SWO...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

'LOCAL AND GENERAL. FRAKsTroN court .report, interesting Peninsula railway statistics, account of Peninsula, cricket association meeting. presentation and other news will be found on our fourth page. THE whole or part of 340 acres at Bal narring and 227 acres at Flinders is of fered for'sale per advertisement in this issue. THE Frankston Brass Band gave a splendid selection of sacred music on Hospital Sunday, at their retunda by the tennis court. Quite a large number of people were present, and the satisfactory sum of £3]71- was collected. ATTENTION is directed to the new ad vertisement in this issue of H. Metcher, of 167 Chapel Street, Windsor. Mr Metcher handles a variety of articles, and is well-known for cheapness and quality of goods. Wall papers are a speciality, picture frames, painters' material (white lead, colors,: oils, etc.), and "Algus," the famous .rot-cooling composition. RAKLtAY inspectors have of late been complaining of cattle trespassing on the reserve at the Fran...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

BALNARRINGC. - (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained 1 from Mr E. G. Stone.) SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. The concert and dance held in the Balnarring Hall on 16th inst, in aid of the Bittern West State school, was r as great a success as could be desired. In spite of the threatening appear ance of the weather, a large number of people attended from all round the district. The stage was very tastefully 1 decorated with bamboos, ivy, and roses and it was a decided improve ment to the appearance of the Hall. Mr Buckley acted as chairman, and after explaining -the object of the concert in a few jovial words, a first class programme was gone through. The first item was an overture by Mrs Langlois. The school children sang " The Star Crossed Flag of Australia " in a very creditable manner. Mr Guy's song, " Three for Jack," was one of best we have heard him give, and Mrs Myers' song, " Very Nearly," was also good. Mr J. Buckley rendered " Queen of the Earth " in his usual good style, and Miss A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

- : For Season's °?Trade C:. D ALMIAN, Frianstan:B OnT 'In RE, -Is repared' to- Fill "All Sasonable Requirementse Every Customer Well Served. -PRICESRIGHT.-- GOOD-GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Boach. IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In. Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED OOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKXSTON : Chaff and Grain Store. .All kinds of ProduceJ n Stock. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. ---0- 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; thiey are immm-nsely more valuable than an ordinary apericnt; they remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clo::ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial effects of Fro...

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Peninsula Railway Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908

Peninsula Railway Sta= tistics. The report of the Victorian Railway Commissioners for the financial year ending 30th June, 1908, is to hand, and contains some interesting local statistics. Includedin the statement showing the total cost, etc., of each line, are :-Frankston to Stony Point (including cost of sidings to and at Stony Point): Length of lines, 18"85 miles (steepest gradient 1 foot in 50), total, cost (exclusive of rolling stock), £104,569 15s lid,,or an average of £5,574. per mile ; Mornington Juinc tioni tod ornington L'ength of lines •7"67 miles (highest gradient 1 in 50), total cost £63,448 16s 'd,; or £8,272 per, mile:. In the table showing dates of open ing and length of different sectiois of railways are-Mordialloc to Frankstoih, opened August 1, 1882, 10.02 miles; Frankston to Mornington Junction, opened October 1, 1888, 5"02 miles; Mornington Junction to Mornington, opened September10, 1889, 7"67 miles; Mornington Junction to Hastings, opened September 10, 1889, 8...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Tennis. FRANKSTON v. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

FRANKSTON.v. CANTERBURY., On Cup Day (Tuesday last) a'match was "played ' on the Frankston court against a' team from Cantertiry. ' The games'were very everii thriighdut;, ad' after a? .exciting' contest t"he `h' orio team' awas victorious"' by ' 13 "gýiies Afternoon,' tea wasa"provided by 'the Frankston lady members of the club,' aind thorouigly:'e jo"yed 'ahd i;ai?ipe ated, and the visitors expressed them selves as having' hi1da mostpleasisant' day's outing :? 'Fobllowing "are" fhe scores: Misses McColl and Plante (C.) bear Misses D.'Gregory and Pettit (F.), 6-3, 6,-2. Messrs Dawborn and Brewer '(F.): beat Messrs Kelvington. and Christo pher (C.), 6-4, 6-2. Miss D Gregory and Mr O. Pettit (F.) beat Miss Plante and Mr Lush (C.), 6-J. 6-1. Messrs Christopher and Ampti (C) beat Messrs E. Reynolds and O. Pettit (F.), 6-1, 6-3. Miss Plante and Mr Ampt (C.) beat Miss D. Gregory and Mr E. Rey nolds (F.), 6-3, 5-6. Miss C. Stevens and Mr P. Wallace' (F.) beat Miss Plante and Lr Kelving to...

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TYABB CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

TYABB CLUD. The annual meeting of the Tyabb cricket club was held in the local hall on Thursday evening, October 1st. M r J. Baker presided. The report and balance sheet, which showed a credit of 12s 8d, was adopted on the motion of the chairman and W. Lorgmuir. The batting and bowling averages were then read, J. Grant being first in the former, and H. Unthank first for bowling. These two players were the winners of Mr and -Mlrs C. Whit bourne's medals for batting and bowl ing respectively. These were pre sented at a subsequent meeting by the President (Mr A. Lester), in a suitable speech, the health of the recipients being drunk. The following office-bearers were elected for this season:- President, Mr A. Lester; Vice-president, Cr. G. G. Cole, Cr. C. Murray, Messrs P. Ryan, A. Nunn and Sons, C. Edwards, S. J. Perry and Co., A. Duthoit, C. Whitbourne, and R. Grienke; general committee--Messrs J. Grant, J. King, A. Young, H. Unthank, and WV. Long muir; match committee - Messrs J. Gr...

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MORNINGTON v. RUTTER CLARKE'S BUILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

1ORNTNGTON v. RUTTER CLARKE'S BUILDERS. This match took place last Saturday on the reserve at Mornington, and re sultel in a win for Mornington after a very enjoyable game. The local team were without. several of their regular players, but th-, "Builders" had their full eleven. The following are. the scores: MOR?IINGTON. 1V. Cavill. b Muurn ... ... 4 J. Jenkins. b Clarke ... ... 4 J. Barrett, retired ... ... 3) Harrison, jun. c Clarke. b Luplan 4 F. Parsons, b Clarke ... ... 28 J. Grover, not out ... ... 8 E. McComb. b Clarke ... ... 1 C. Byles. b Murn ... ... A. Bartlett, c Luplan, b 3lurn 0 J. Hutchins. run out ... ... 1 S. Parsons, b Murn ... ... O Total ... ... ... 83 Bowling :-Ingram. 0 for 21; Murn, 4 for 25; Luplan, 1 for 13; Clarke, 3 for 17. BUIt LDEIS. V. Ingram. b McComb ...... 0 E. Clarke, std. Harrison, b Jenkins 7 T. Green, b McComb ... ... 0 A. Lupian, b Bartlett ... ... 4 P. Murn. b lMcComb ...... 5 B. Clark, std. Harrison, b McComb 4 R. Lockhead. not out ...... . 5 ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SOMERVILLE. VISIT OF FRUITGROWERS' DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

_SOMERVILLE. VISIT OF FRUITGROWERS' DELEGATES. On Friday last some thirty delegates from South. Australia, New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland, and West:Australia, visited Somerville at the invitation of the Somerville Fruitgrowers'. Association. The.visi tors were met at the Somerville station by several local residents, with vehicles. They all drove down to Air W. H. Shepherd's, LMr J. Brunning's, and MrT;. Thornell's, and then on to the Somerville Hotel, where Mr Davies supplied a tip-top dinner. The toast of The King was honored, and the president (Mr W. H. Shepherd) proposed the toast of Our Guests. This was responded to by Mr Shoo bridge, of Tasmania, (the president elect of the Interstate Conference), and the representatives of the other states also spoke. Mr S. S. Gault read telegrams of apology from Mr Jos. Jordan and the Hon. Mr Swinbourne for non-attendance. Mr Griffeth moved and Mlr Tully seconded that AMr Davey, the secretary of the conference, be requested to write a...

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Peninsula Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

Peninsula Cricket Asso ciation. Delegates of the above as follows met at Davies' Hotel Somerville oni Wednesday evening :-Messrs Martin and Keast (Somervile), Hodgins (Hast ings), Denham (Tyabb), Harrison, jun., and McComb (Mlornington), Myers and Stanley (Balnarring), and Sangwell and O. Pettit (Frankston). A letter was read from the Balnarr ing club asking permission to join the Association land forwarding entrance fee for same. As the Hastings Park club had decided to withdraw from the competition owing to not being able to `obtain a team, the request was granted, the Balnarring club to be in cluded in place of Hastings Park, and to take up their engagements in the fixtures arranged. In order to include BaInarring players in the Association, the President gave notice of motion to the effect that the motion fixing boundaries be rescinded, and tbhat the northern boundary -be that of the Frankslon and Hastings shire, in a direct line to Tooradin; South, Point Nepean; East and Weslth...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SOCIAL CLUB PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

SOCIAL CLUB PRESENTATION. Last Saturday night members turned out in full force. According to the syllabus it was to be a musical evening, and a fair programme led been arranged. Unknown, however, to the President (Mr J. Harboard) the members had subscribed to make him a suitable present in recognition of his services during the previous year. At the conclusion of the programme Mr J. E. Taylor proposed a vote of thanks to all who had assisted, and in doing so he referred to the success of the club during the previous year. The success was due partly to the loyalty of its members, but chiefly to their late Secretary (Mr C. Griffeth), and the President. In a few words lie expressed to Mr Harbord the feelings of the majority of mnembers, and the reason that had prompted them to make the presentation. He then handed him a silver tea pot and sugar scuttle. Mr Harbord expressed his surprise,. and gratitude at receiving such a handsome present from the club, for'which he thanked them most s...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

DROMANA. - Mr and Mrs Fairweather, who have been tpt4iyin n .li rnington - past 6 nonths, rtu ed ' f"Ij " last week, and are staying at Mrs Coun cil's. We are sorry to state that Mrs Fairweather has been in in'l;Tfer ent health for some time, and although advised by her physician t' enter a private hospital as an inmate, she deemed it best to try the good of the bracing sea air, together with the sur rounding of kind friends, and we trust that with the change Mrs Fair weather's health will improve. We are face to face with a water famine. Things are looking very grave in that respect for our little township, and unless something is done at once there will be a great scarcity. It is all very well and plausible erect ing fine residences to accommodate our visitors, beautifying the reserves, etc., but we must have aqua pura. Let us be up and doing, call a public meeting, and let everyone attend and try todevise some means of preventing Dromana suffering from a water famine. We are well...

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FRANKSTON v. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

FRANKSTON v. EAST M1EL BOURNE. A team from East Melbourne visited Frankston on Cup day (Tuesday last), and a pleasant game resulted in a win for the visitors. Frankston batred first, and put together 112, of which " Boas" Box was responsible for a neatly compiled 54. Of the others Burton (11), and Harley (12), were the only ones to reach double figures. The visitors easily negotiated the locals' score, and reached 207 before the last wicket fell. Appended are the scores: FRANKSTON. Baxter, jun., b Garey ... ... 4 Robertson, caught, b Carey .. 1 A. D. Box, c Carey, b Dolamore 54 Deane, b Rice ... ... ... 1 J. Boi, b Rice, jun. ... 3 S well,b Rice .... .". 6 6.. uion, clealyi b Careyo - 1.'i Aitken, c and b Rice . . 2 Harley. e and b Rice ... ... 12 Kemp, b Dolamore 4 Wells, not out ... ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 15 Total ... ... ... 112 EAST MELBoUIRNE. Dolamore, c and b Baxter ... 14 Rail, retired ... ... ... 37 Queen, std. Baxter, b J. Box ... 51 E. Rice. e Harley, b Deane ... ...

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To Overcome Indigestion. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

To Overcome Indigestion. In the first place remove the cause, which is .mainly the use of, improper food, eating too fast, excessive use of alcoholic - liquors or tobacco, and sometimes excessive work or study. Get the system down to its normal cbndition, clear out the bowels assist digestion by Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills,.and the rest is simply' a matter of diet. " For a number of years Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills has been our sole family medicine," writes Mr W. Richardson, engine 'driver, Mouat Street; Sailor's Gully, Eaglehawk. " For Indigestion, from which I used to suffer, they are a splendid remedy, mild in their action, but most effective, and.without unpleasant after effects, so very different from the other physics I have tried. By taking a Pill or two occasionally-I. enjoy good health, and freedom from an.y com plaint whatever. Everyone to whom I.have -recommended these Pills has always derived the greatest '-benefit from them. Indeed, L cannot express splendid remedy...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

TYABB. The "special night" given by the H.H.C. on Saturday last was very successful. We believe that the financial result has only once been exceeded, viz., on the special occasion got up in aid of the Melbourne Hos-. pital. As regards pleasure Saturday evening's event would be hard to beat, the hall being packed to the doors for the first part and six sets took possesion of the floor space for the final hour. The following ladies and gents. contributed to the musical programme :-Miss M~. Lester, over tare; Mrs floufe, recitation; Mrs Boe, Miss Grant (thrice), Miss Romeo, Miss D. ])enham, Messrs F. Barclay, A. Sheehey, H. Haddok, W. Baker, G. Slocombe, songs. To-night a full meeting of members is expected, so as to decide where the annual picnic is to b3 held, and also what color the proposed badges shall be. At an executive meeting of the Progress Association held on Thursday evening last, it was decided. to carry on the annual sports on A.N.A. day. This year, however, there will b...

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Sport and Pastime. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

Sport and Pastime. CRICKET. We are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, and would ask secretaries or captains of contesting teams to arrange to forward complete scores of matches as early in the week as possible, accompanied by any de serving remarks on the play.

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New State Ministry. MEMBER FOR MORNINGTON MINISTER OF WATER SUPPLY AND AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

New State Ministry. MEMBER FOR MORNINGTON MINISTER OF WATER SUPPLY AND AGRICULTURE. In the reconstruction of the Benit Government, the member for Morn ington (Mr A. Downward), has ac cepted the important office of Minister of; Water Supply and Agriculture. The Premier; the Minister of Mines and Forests and the Attorney-General have retained their previous portfolios; while Mr Mackey gives up the Lands to take on the duties of Chief Secre tary and Minister of Labor, previously discharged by Sir Alexander Peacock. The new Ministers with salary, are Messrs Bowser, Hunt and Downward in the Assembly, and Mr M'Bryde in the Council. The appointment of Mr Alfred Downward is naturally gratifying to his constituents in the Peninsula dis tricts, though, by reason of recent heated altercations with the Premier in the House, and his strong public denunciation of the Bent administra tion, the announcement came as a sur prise... He e?i?to.-Parliament.in ..-- .. . M -r?. Smith by 3 votes, and has r...

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