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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. " A PARENT" is reminded that his or her letter cannot be inserted unless the writer's name is forwarded. No notice is taken of anonymous correspondence. WE draw attention to the advertise. ment of the sale of 20 acres of good land at Mornington Junction. W.: . Keast and Co., and Birtchnell Bros. and Potter are the auctioneers, and the sale takes place next Wednesday, November 11th. ArT the annual conference of the Vic torian Athletic League, held in AMelbourne on Wednesday, and attended by delegates from all parts of the State, Mr Mark WVil liams, of Frankston, was re-elected on the executive council, receiving the greatest number of votes. '-IN our advertising columns this issue Mr D., E. McBryde, .M.I'C., .annonnces: that having been appointed Minister of Public "Health and Commissioner of Public Works, which necessitates him vacating his seat in the Legislative Coun cil, he is again a candidate for re election. AT the meeting of the Flinders and Kangeroug shire...

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

MOOROODUU . On the two farms of Messrs Grindal and Jones the clips from young sheep have been .of good quality, and good prices should be received for same. Last week a fine line of sheep and lambs were disposed of privately off the well-known farm, " The Braes," the property of G. E. Jones, Esq. Miss Morris, our genial school and post mistress, was highly compli mented by the visiting inspector, AMr Holland, for the manuner in which she had carried out the departmental duties -duiring heyea", rthtrsuccess. ful way in which the childr'e .passed through their examination. :- He further wrote in the school ledger for the benefit.of all testifying to the good. results obtalined The following gained their certificates : l-Misses. Winnie Sawyer, Ruby Neilson, and Master Jack Roberts. With sympathy I mention that Mlrs J. Sawyer is very seriously ill,: and although at the present we have, a sick' corner in our midst, we sincerely trust that one and all may soon recover. It is some time sin...

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

Public Notices suitable for-' Winter 'Trade. MILLINERY," LACES, DRESs GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's P Stores.. ............FRANKSTON. Established 1870. S....J.ALL LINES...... BOOTS, DRAPERY, &c., . &c. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet alli Trains. ' Parcels and Lugiewre received and promptly delivered Ho.ses anduVebicle3 for hire, Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. J- It has recently added to his plant by purchasing.Mr. J. Laurison's cabs. SLNGING AND TIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS: - Diaphramatic Breathing and Singing, .el 10s per term of half-hour each week (eleven weeks); .X9 2s per term of two half.hours. Piano--El 10s per term of one hour per week. I CUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARPRUI, FOR? GROCERIES, DRAPERY, 11ARDWARE, iOOTS,S SHOES, &c. I;:AN, CHAFF. OAT , BARLEY, VWHEAT, FOLLARD, POTArOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. All Goods at Lowest Market Rates. A...

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

Mr William F'aneis, Launceston, Tas manit . w'ites: " During the recent hot spell in Melbourise, I hbad a very severe attack of Gastritis. I tried many reome dies, but nothing did me any good. A frijnd from Queensland, seeing lha ill I was, re-ommended me to take Chanibhr lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr;ioea Remedy. I did so, and had only taken about tour doses when I obtained reFef I am a commercial traveller and visit many of the mining centres of Tanmania and New Zealand, and will certainly never go on my travels avain without a brtlle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with me." For sale by all storekeepers. GEORGE W. MARTIN, (SWORN VALUATOR). Property Salesman and Financial Agent. 325 COLLINS STREET, ?IELnBOURvK. MONEY TO LEND on. FARB LANDS at lowest possible rates,-.: : .:r " l . .. USE COCOA EXTRACT AND S .CHOCOLATE ESSENCE. MADE -IN,-AUSTRALIA. EQUAL ITO ,THE" BEST IMPORTED, BUT CHEAPER ABSOLUTE PURITY,: GUARANTEED. SAMPLES ON" APPLICATION, ' GG66 ELZABETH...

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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

Flinders and Kangerong S Shire' Council. , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. f' C At the ordinary monthly meeting of tl the above council held at Dromana, n there were present-Crs Buckley (pre- ct sident), Shaw, Chapman, Sharp, Stan- t: ley, Davies, Marsden, Cain, Clarke and the secretary (Mr A. F. Fulton. d The minutes of the previons meet- P ing were read and confi -med on the motion 'of Crs Clark and Cain. CORRESPONDENCE. d From H. B. Higgins, asking permis- h sion to lay pipes across road near his property at Dromana. - Permission ca granted, under engineer's supervision. tl From Colonial Bank, Mornington, S asking council to arrange as to amount p required by way of overdraft.-Crs Sharp, Stanley, and Davies spoke in n opposition to the centre and east rid- ft ings paying a portion of the interest on sl an overdraft when their ridings were in credit. The west was the only rid- d ing in debt. and should' 1 ,y all of the b interest.-Cr Marsden : We are trying to reduce the overdraft. 'You nii...

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Mornington Convent. ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 November 1908

Mornington Convent. ENJOYABLE ENTERTAIN MENT. The students of the College of the Sisters of Mercy gave an excellent entertainment to the people obf the district on Monday evening last. Part I of the programme consisted of recitations, songs, dances, physical cul ture, exercises, etc., and certainly in each item the students showed thorough training. Miss Buckley sang "Tlhe Old Green Isle" with sweetness and sympathy. Miss N. Kennedy's voice was heard to per fection in " A May Morning," while Miss Ruby McArthur plahyed her pianoforte solo with good effect. Miss A. Buckley kept the audience in fits of laughter by the recitation, "A Lady's Description of a Play." Miss Curtain (a Melbourne artist), was loudly applauded for her singing of "The Waking of Spring." and gave for an encore " Within a Mile of Edin boro' Town." Miss Eily Cullen (also a Melbourne artist) distinguished her self by her recitation of '"Wedding Bells," and she received well-deserved applause. Mr D. Barry accompanied...

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

DROMANA v. BALNARRING. Ihe Balnarring tennis club visited Dromana on Saturday to play the conquering match of a rubber against the local team, and' in men's doubl s put up a good fight. The first 'pairs especially-Robertson and Chapmah (Dromana) .v. Guy and Kitchen (Balnarring)-put in some very fine play, the visitors running up to 5-5, but at this point the local men settled to work in earnest, and came out winners-6-5. The second set was a tip-top "go" from the start, tbe games being 2 love, 2 all, 3-2, 3-4, 4 all, 5-4, 5 all, Dromana eventually win ning the game-6--5. The second pairs-M1essrs Rudduck and Wyatt (Dromana), v. Farrell and Cote (Balnarring) were also very evenly' matched, the two sets played being productive only one los e game The visitors led off with 3 love, 3-1, 3-2, 3 all, 3-4, 3-5, 4-5, 5 all, the local team winning the set after an exciting finish. Total, men's doubles-Dromana, 4 sets to Balnar ring nil. Games-Dromana 24, Balnarring 20. In the mixed doubles Mr...

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

To 4"'tihe Electors of the , South=Eastern Province. Gentlemen.-I have the honour to in form you that I have been appointed i1i nisterol Public Health anal Con,' is .mon er of Public Works in the present Ministry. As the acceptance of these offices vacates my seat in the Legislative Council, I beg to inform you that I am again a --Candidate for Re-ele tion. For the many years the elector:s of the South-Eastern Province have done me the honour of committing to my chare the represent:ation of their province in the Legislative Council. I have endea voured; on all occasions. to be worthy of the confidence reposed in me. I will, at an early date, take an oppor tunity of addressing you, and I trust that I shall have the honor of :,gain being re turned as your representative. Yours faithfully, D. E. McBryde. Brighton, November 2, 1(08. Public Notices. [A CABD.] A. D. Pleydell, C.E. Is now pranticuer ;n me district as an Architect, Engineer and Surveyor. ADDREss-FRANKSTON. GUARDIAN Fire Off...

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

For. aeason's . Trade C. DAiLIAN Fiantston BOnf'I' RflnR Is prepared to FiAl All Seasonable *Bequirbmente. Every Custbnomer S Well 8drved. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SALND SHOES; ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LLDIEI' AND G1ENTB. f In-Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED 300TS an SHOES MADE to OBDEE, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANK8TON: Chaff and Grain Store. A1 kinds of Producer 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 immensely more valuable tian an ordinary aperient; 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 Frootoida are evident by...

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Frankston Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

- Frankston-Tennis-Cluab. A concert in aid of.the funds of. the above wadilined in- the-Mechanniis' In stitute, Frankstoiin,,on Saturday even ing las, whe' thered was a fair atten danice:- The first part of the pro granmmine was ciontributed chiefly by. lodiatalent, wlio acquitted ihemselves very creditably, and their efforts were enjoyed by the audience. Mr Withers received an encore for his song Till :Death, which he sang splendidly. * Miss C.'Stevens also was recalled for a masterly, humorous recitation, in which she proved herself to be an elocutionist of no small abilities: The first visit of Mr and Mrs Wavback to 'the'zoo was graphically described, and the many discoveries and theories of the excited party provided a humorous item, which was excellently given, and deserved all of the applause it elicited. Mr Stirling also "took on" with an amiusing elocutionary item, which he delivered creditably, and was accorded hn encore. The other performers who contributed towards the pro...

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Original Poetry. TOM BROWN ENTERTAINS A VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Original Poetry. TO31 BROWN ENTERTAINS A VISITOR. A stranger you say!' No occasion to tell, When you asked me my name I knew tlhat very well, I'm astonished ! Indeied its remarkably queer, You never heard of ME before you got here. As a promineuntanal why the public agree, Alfred Deakin or Blent isn't in it with me, Never heard people mention my name in the town ? Good.gracious ! The roosters arc crowing Tomt Brown. Why the crops would'ut ripen, the hens would'nt lay. Thu pigs would'nt fatten, if I went away, At a picnic or party, rame meeting or show, I mn the piece'de resistance wherever I go. A banquet or wedding if I was'nt there, WVuld be a most awfully dreary affair. Have you fortune to pledge, or a sorrow to drown, Don't forget; either friend or consoler is Brown. Enter Parliament, nonsense Thiat's no good to me, Indeed, whata silly old cuckoo I'd he, Its a secret just now that I wish to be kept, But the nation intend asking me to accept A sort of dictatorship over the State,...

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District News SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

District News .. SOMERVILLE.. All Somerville is expressing regret at the fact thatI Mr, Mrs. and the Misses Davies are going away on Mon- t day. Somerville is quite sure that however nice the new people may be, c they vill fiisd it' difficult to.be .asnice ] as our friends whd are leaving.' Mr Davies, has always kept his house .in a ai perfectly orderly manner, not allowing any rowdyism or ever serving a' drunken man, and the very best of drinks were always to be obtained. -Mrs Davies has ingratiated herself c into the hearts of all, her ever kindly I smile and ladylike manner having made everyone who knew her, her friend. The Misses Davies are two young ladies who have also made numerous friends by their quiet, gentle, and unassuming ways. A presentation is to be made to Mr and Mrs Davies on Saturday evening at the Leisure Hour meeting, from the public, and to the young ladies by members of the church-choir. The Somerville Fruitgrowers' As sociation held its monthly meeting on Mond...

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BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

BALNARRIHC. Shearing commenced in the district on Wednesday, at "Coolart," and other sheds start next week. About 1800 sheep will be clipped at Coolart. They will be hand shorn by Melbourne shearers. The benefits of wire netting are already being reaped by Mr Arm strong. Although the Coolart pad docks have been only netted against the rabbit pest a short time, they look a perfect picture, and at present the property is carrying 2,200 sheep on 3000 acres, half as many again as it ever carried before. A large yarding of cattle will, be ber 19th. A woollen mill is to be erected at Bittern, on the property recently sold by Mr Sudholtz. A company is now being formed, which will, if everything goes alright, employ 200 hands, and will be'a great bonn to the district. A large number of shares have been taken up by residents, both here and at Bittern. The annual meeting of the Emu Plains Racing Club will be held at the Hall on Thursday, November 19th., when the offlice-bearers will be electe...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. FRANKSTON v. DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

RIFLE SIROO2Iac, FRANKSTON ~, JDAY TESFQ1]D. This match was 'fired at the F'rak stob range on Saturday J;st, and re su:ted in a win for the home teon} by 15 points. Soores i r~AN]sT r.. 4)0 L50 7? tal I" Lloyd 3 " 31 li O. trant 33 28 I1 C. Dalman. 31 .29 60 W. Oates 33 27 6) C. Willox 31. 28 5" i. Lloyd .1 59 i,. Corlett .4 56c J: M oseloy . . 56 "' Total .. ... 4 SATLESOR... -. 4t9 .0" TAtal D. Russoel :t W. T. Runsel :1, ..62 Fowler 2 . . Bart _i; .1, .. 57 Burns (c.) 29J 2 7 Cross ,, 'T 7 SJ 5. J. Riclardson'.. 221 :2.: " 53 W. Richardso ... . ? ? '' . ' ,

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

MOROODIUC. The charming country residcnce of Mr and Mrs Stephen A?.salom, who have sold their business and rctired to enjoy a well earned holiday, was the scene of much enjoym,-nt on Fri day evening, when a large crowd of friends assembled by invitation and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The weather was not the best for indoor amusements, a hot northerly wind causing all to feel languid and limp, and to wish for a breath of cool air, but as most of the visitors had arrived, the tones of sweet music from the violin and concertina, and the call of the ILC. to form the first set, soon set the ball rolling. The elders who did not dance passed the time away quickly conversing in the outside air, when, as if by magic, the s'upper appeared on the scene, accompanied by" the nerve-soothing tunes and songs as played and sung by America's best talent, and reproduced by the graphophone. . Everyone was most liberally catered for, and great praise -is-duertor Mas'bialdonf 'for thlie-`t li in.-hic...

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FLINDERS BACHELORS v. BENEDICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

FL?NDEIRS BACHELORS v. BENE. DIC'S. An enjoyable 'cricket match took place in the Flinders Park on the 31st utt., when the bachelors scored a good win against the benedicts. The latter performed better with the ball thin with the bat, their bowling being really good. Tea was dispensed to all corners, and the ladies graced the lawn in the latest spring fashions, the unmarried men looking on quite forlorn and sus piciously anxious to join the "other side," but wait awhile I During the progress of the match Mr Simsmond's telephone was in a state of volcanic eruption. Scores: .1;n.RIED. W Farr. c A Cleave. b Buchanan o C Day. c Delane, b A Brent. ... o T Cook. b A Cleave W Segrave. c L Cleave, b A Cltav. II J Pender. b J Brent ... ... 2 C Planck. b A Clhac .... ... o Dr Hardy. c jelane, b Butler ... o Ashley. b A Cleave Napthin, run out .. ... ... I D Maxwell. b A Cleave .. Spencer. c obhnston. b Blchanan 3 Dowie. b Bu1hanan. ,,, ,.r Kelly.b A Cleave ... .. Tom Delane. b A Cleave ... " ...

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HOLY TRINITY, BALACLAVA, v. CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

HOLY TRl?\ITY, BALACLAVA, v. CARRUM. This match was played at Carrum on Saturday and resulted in a win for the home team by 86 runs. Scores: HOLY TRINITY. Barnes, b Steel ... ... ... 11 Stephens, b Bethune ... ... 6 Cousins. c and b Steel... ... 4 Serier, Lb.w., b Steel ... ... 32 Servante, L.b.w.. b Bethune . Fitch, c and b Steel 1 Sibbins, b Bethune ... ... 7 Hargraves, not out 12 D. George. c Falkingham, b Steel 0 Gill,:run out ... ...... Busat, b Bethune 0 Millar, b Steel ... ... ... 4 Grigg, b Bethune ... ...... 1 Sundries ... ... ... .9 Total ... ... ... 7 Bowling :-Bethune 5 for 37. Steel 6 for 35, C. Rigby 0 for 9. Falkiingham 0 for 8. CARRIUM. A Forsyth, c, b Fitch ... ... 35 C. Rinby. b Fitch ... ... ... 6 W. Billings, run out ... ... 37 H. Steel, c, b Grig ... ... 16 T. Bethune, b Sevier ... ... 6 G. Angus. c. b Barnes ... ... 39 A. Rigby, c, b Sevier ..... 11 C. Falkingham, run out... ... 13 Drummond, b Barnes ... .2 E. Falkineham. stpd., b Grigg. 3 Ilossineton. c, b Gri...

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MORNINGTON v. BALNARRING. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

MU?ltNINGT'ON v. BIU LNAtItING. I:AI.NAItRING. E. Cal!anan, bl Jenkins ... G. MI-er. c Ba:rral;t,1 b MeComb II Farrel ()L. c Grover, b Cavill ... It. Oswin, b Jenkins . .. H. Davies, Lb.w.. b Cavill ... 13 Stanly. b Jenkins ... ... O S8heppard, b Jenkins 2 Buckley. run out ... 1 Vausuylen. b Cavill 0 Callanan, not out ... 4 T. Davies, stpd. Harrison, b Cavill 3 Sundries ... Total ... ... ... 50 Bowling--J. Jenkins 4 for 21; McComb 1 for I1; Csvill 4 for 13 L. Harrison, sear., b Callanan ... 1 F. Parsons. b Buckley ... ... . 2 Barratt. b Staniley ... ,. 8 CavilL H. Davies ... ... 13 Clarka Stanley. b Myers 9 Fairbairn, c Oswiu, b Farrell ... 26 fJenkins, o Sheppard, b "ansuylen 31 Grover. c Farrell, b Oswin .. 1. .. LMceComb, b Farrell . .. . 0 Harrison, junr., not out ... 8 Byles, l.l.w., b Farrell ... 3 Sundries ... .7 Totl ... ... 131 Biowlin,--Stanley L for 24. Callanin I for 11, a1. Davies 1 for 23. Myers I for 9I. Buckley 1 for 8. Vansuylen 1 for 1:, Farrell 3 for G, Oswin I fo...

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Sport and Pastime. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Sport and Pastime. CUICKK]T. We are desirous of publishiung the results of all district matches, and would ask secretariestor 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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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

FLINDERS. At the recent annual examination the Flinders State school, came out with flying colors. Nofewer than eight .. scholars:gainedtltheirjmerit certificates, namely-Harry Holland, Tasman Hol land, Arthur Delaney, Thomas Farr, Annie Darley, Sylvia Farr, Ethel Tuck, and Doris s'Janck.' Four ex emption certificates were also awarded, viz, C, Lucas, Adrain Smith, C. Lawrence, and D. Planck. In spector Holland was thed examining., officer,. and the painstaking head teacher of the school (AMr W. H. Farr), was complimented on the satisfactory result, and also' on the discipline and general condition of school aiid sur roundings, Mr Holland mentioning specially the school garden, the work in connection with :which reflected credit on the schoolmaster and scholars alike. One of the floral displays of the Peninsula at the present time is to be' found at the cable. tatioii, Flinidrs:. Mr Segrave his a beautiful lot of sweet peas growing in a semi-wild state, well wo?thvie'wing. Lord and ...

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