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District News SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

District News SOMERVILLE. On Friday evenins, after practice;' the members of St. Andrew's Church choir, accompanied by the Vicar, ad journed to the dining-room of the Hotel ISomerville, where Mr McFar lane presented the Misses Davies with a' handsome autograph album each. Several eulogistic speeches were made by the gentlemen present, and Mr Davies responded on behalf of his daughters. With the usual hospitality characteristic of Mr and Mrs Davies, coffee was served to all, and a pleasant little function thus closed. On Saturday night, at the meeting of the Leisure Hour Club at the hall, in the presence of a large and repre sentative assembly, a presentation of a purse of sovereigns and an address was made to Mr and Mrs C. J. Davies, who have just given up possession of the Hotel Somerville, after 5 years occupation. Mr George Griffith, of Two Bays, in a feeling and very ap propriate speech, made the presenta tion, and referred in glowing terms to Mr and Mrs Davies, both in their so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

GEORGE W. MARTIN,, (SWORN VALUATOR). Property Salesman and . . . Finadcial Agent. 325 COLLINS STREET, MELBIOURNE. MONEY TO LEND on FARM LANDS at lowest-possible rates. E. E.THill, Bridgetown, W.A., writes: "From personal experience I can testify to the efficacy of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Last Winter I was troubled with a very bad cough, and tried Cham berlain's Cnouh Remely, which quickly cured me. Now I keep a bottle on hand. and take a dose at the first symptom of a cold, and have never since had a cold or cough." For sale by all storekeepers. Mra- Webster, Sharp-street, Geelong. Vie., says: '.Some time ago my store keeper gave me a sample package of Cham. berlain's Tablets to try, and 'I found them so effective tkat I bought a box, and since that time have never been with out them in my home. When I have taken other laxatives I have noticed a tendency to become constipated after dis continuing their use, but there is nothing of that sort after taking Chamberlain's Tablets. Th...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

MOOROODUC. The weather during the week has been perfect for working, and harvest operations are in full swing. On some properties a large amount of oats have been harvested and placed in the silo, and the moisture is in this way retained, thus supplying spring feed for the remaining year. Our genial post mistress is antici pating giving the scholars and public a treat by way of a cheap train excur sion to the Zoological Gardens, and as in the past this trip has always been most favorably received, it is considered that the present project will result with the success due to Miss Morris for taking the interests of the district into consideration, and gather ing the elders and young together for a cheap day's picnic and pleasure. I am pleased to mention that Mr W. Male has returned from the hos pital, and at the present time is re covering and doing as well as can be expected. Several new citizens arrived in the district last week to occupy the pro perty recently sold by Mlr P. C. Sim...

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Varicose Veins and Rheumatism. RELIEVED BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Varicose Veins and Rheu- i matism. RELIEVED BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Mrs Catherine Schellnack, of 106 Wilson Street, Brunswick. Melbourne, makes the following statement with reference to her complaint (Varicose Veins), and her son's suffering from Rheumatism, which Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills by cleansing the system and purifying the Blood afforded wonderful relief in her own case, and an absolute cure in that of her son. "For a period of ten years I was a great sufferer from Varicose Veins," She says, "both my legs and feet being swelled to an enormous extent. I had two doctors attending to me at different times, but at length I had Mrs C. Schellnack. (From a Photo.) to go into the iel. bourne Hospital, and the treatment even there with the best attention was of no avaiL I tried all sorts of medicines but none appeared to do me much good and after taking each for a while my sto mach turned against them. My -son who had been a martyr to Rhenmatism for some time and who ha...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

TYABB. A slight departure from the usual routine of church services will take place to-morrow evening. The Rev. J. Harvey intends holding ,a lantern service, illus trating his subject with some good slides; also, we believe that the singing, being especially prepared, will be worth the listening to. The genial clergyman will be glad to welcome as many as can possibly attend. For some time past, the doings of the Bent Government have been criticised in this district, and many would have liked to see the downfallof the Cabinet. When our Parliamentary replesentive took office recently, some slight expressions of regret were made that he should have done so under the present leader ship, though it was admitted generally that he had been a member long enough to be given an opportunity of displaying his ability as a Minister. Labor has few friends in this district, and itis gratifying to note that with the exceptiQR of four places in the electorate, Mi" Downward is , considered by the ele...

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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. The above competition was advanced another sta1:: on Saturday, when de lightfal weaher for cricket prevailed. Frankston journeyed to Balnarring, and a most enjoyable all-day's outing eventuated-starling at 10.30 a.m. and artiviog home at 10 p.m. The game proved an altogether one-sided contest, as one man (Baxter) for Frankston practically played the whole of Balnarring's eleven, who could only score a dozen runs between them. One after the other in quick succession the home team's batsmen fell victims to Baxter's fast bowling, off which only four runt could be scored, and an average of 3 wickets for 4 runs ob tained, by this bowler is a record which would be difficult to equal. To their opponents' feeble effort Frank ston responded with. the respectable score of 276. - Baxter (52), Jack-Box' (49), Robertson (44 not out), and A. D. Box (35) were the highest scorers, all making their runs in quick time The visitors vere treated in a most hospitable mi nner by th...

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Sport and Pastime. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Sport and Pastime. C RICIK. ,. 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-I serving remarks on the play.

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONDAY, NovzEMER 16. The ordinary monthly meeting was held at Hastings as above, when there were present: - Crs. Baxter (presi dent) Hodgins, Murray, Cole, Wood house, Griffeth, Sherlock, Perrott and Gamble. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read a confirmed on the motion of Crs Hodgins and Wood house. CORRLESPONDENCE. From Langwarrin Progress Associa tion, drawing attention to the state of new formation on the Cranbourne Frankston road. Maintenance metal was required for several deep wheel ruts, and the road required blinding in places.-To be attended to, on mo tion of Crs Sherlock and Gamble. From F. H. Wells, applying for the timber on Cranbourne road; he would grub all trees.-Request granted, on motion of Crs Sherlock and the Presi dent. From same, offering 30s for old sanitary cart.-Offer not accepted... . sFrom Silas Oliver, Criiibbure-road, Frankston, asking that exemption from pan service accorded his father years ago be extended...

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HASTINGS v. TYABB. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

HASTINGS v. TYABB. HASTINGS. Reid, b Mills ... ... ... 21 JT. WVard,b Baker ... ... .... 3 Mentiplay. b Young ... .....1 E. Ward, b Mills ... ...... 1 Orsino, b Floyd ..... ..... ....0... W. Sheehey, b Floyd ... ... 1 Robedrtsba, bMlls . :... 10 M..Carmichael, b Baker .. ... 1: Denham, run out .. ..0.... O A. Sheehey., not out.1. :..; ... O 0 H. Carmichael, run out ... 1 Sundries .. ... 4 Total ... ... .. 43 Bowling-F. Floyd 2 for 9. J. Baker 2 for 19, Young 1 for 5, Mills 3 for 6. TYABB. J. Grant, c A. Sheehey, b Orsino 14 W. Baker, Ib w, b Roberts ... 18 A. E. Denham, b Roberta .. ....: 2 Whitehead, ran out : ,.. .. .-. 8: Noble, c A. Sheehey, b Oraino .. 10 Floyd, b 3Mentiplay 3. ... 3 Unthank, b 0... ... .. 0 Young, b 0.... ... SMill, not out .......... 1 J. Baker, b Mentiplay ... ... 0 G. Denham, b ,, . ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 4 Total ... ... ... 60 Bowling-T. BMentiplay 5 for 19, Ro berts 2 for 18, H.'Carmichael 0 for 8, D. Reid 0 for 5, S. Orsino 2 for 6. To-day the matche...

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THE WILLIAMS TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

THE WILLIAMS TROPHIES. The competition for the above trophies was completed onlSaturday, when the winners proved to be Messrs W. Oates and G. Denyer, in the A and B sections respectively. The scoring was as follows : A SECTION. W. Oates ... 32 31 31 31 4 12:) S. Corlett... 29 29 30 32 7 127 J. Mosely ... 31 30 33 29 4 127 C. Gratt ... 0 29 34 29 3 125 H. Lloyd ... 32 30 33 27 scr 122 R. Lloyd ... 30 33 24 33 2 122 C.Willox ... 27 19 31 28 4 109 II SECTION. G. Denyer ... 31 22 312 30 scr. 115 U. Dalman ... 23 24 31 30 3 111 J. Lloyd ... 27 22 28 22 5 104 W. Schultz... 25 retd. 34 22 4 05 E. 'Stokes ...'24- 16 .23-. 27 -10 :-100 J. Smith ... 24 20 22 17 12 95 A. Kerr ... rtd. rtd. 2o 19 11 53 C. Willox, saddler, Frankston2 supplies all descriptions of rifle shooting requi sites.-Advt.

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The State By-Elections. SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY FOR MR DOWNWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

The State By=Elections. SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY FOR MR DOWNWARD. the electorates of Mornington, Up per Goulbourn, and Wangaratta in the Legislative Assembly, last Tuesday, resulted in the three chosen Ministers (Messrs Bowser, Hunt, and Down ward) being returned, in each case with a considerable number of votes to spare. Throughout the Mornington elector ate the result of the contest was never seriously doubted, and the flattering majority polled in Mr Dowhward's favor was only what was anticipated. The largest number of votes of the various booths were polled at Morn ington and Korumburra, but whilst in the latter case of the 253 votes re corded there was a bare majority of 3 for Mr Heagney, at Mornington of 149 votes Mr Downward received 112. The Minister for Water Supply was present at Mornington on election day, and in the evening received numerous congratulations on the satisfactory result of the poll. Mr Downward addressed the electors at Frankston on Monday evening, and gave a s...

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Mornington Shire Council THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Mornington Shire Council THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Present - Crs Barrett (President), Alston, Stephens, Male, Nunn, and Bradford. The minutes of the previous meet- 1 ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Crs Stephens and Male. CORRESPONDENCE. From Jas. Connell, stating that he had delivered 30 yards of spalls from the Tuerong quarry, a fair sample, which the engineer rejected. Under the circumstances he would not pro ceed further with his contract on Benton's road. He also gave notice to forfeit his contract in Albert road, as Tuerong stone would not do for MIr Jones.-Received (see engineer's report.) From Emily Nelson, Brighton, 1 stating that she had posted notices re Thistle destruction to the owner of the land she occupied at Mount Martha.-Received. From Jas. Noble, secretary Morn ington Mechanics' Institute, asking for donation towards funds.-Received, and consideration deferred. From W. S. Cook, informing council that the sale of the old shire hall could not be com leted i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Public Notices. Notice of Removal. C J. DAVIES, of the "Hotel Somer ville." begs tojaotifyhis Friend..and I Patrons that he has disposed of his in terest in thh above Hotel to Mr Charles Gray, and thanks all for their support and patronage. and trusts they will conti nue their favors to his successor. ST ANDREW'S CHI' ECH, SOMERVILLE Patronal Festival, WVEDNESDAY. NOV. 25. 1908. Even song and Service of I'r;:ise at S o'clock. Ad dress by Rev. D. R. Hewton. SUNDAY. NOV. 297Ht, Ii a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. D. R. Hewton. M ilassey - Hazrls Red Bird. & / Imperial Cycles. These well-known Bicycles can notr be had trom our locat Agent, AIR. J. REYI NOLI)S. - SA good alirwance Inada on your -econd hand Machines. C.. . ot: TERIMS. J. REYNOLDS, Attent Frankston & District -WITHIN SUBURBAtN R,-,IUS OF MELBOURNE 350 Ace'. magnifici.;nt sheep country or dairy farm. Admirably adapted for grow ing all rinds of crops. pcrmaerntly wattered, good homestead and outbuildings well woth th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Frantaton BOAnR mfRE, Ies prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIES' "h ND. GENTS.' In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED 3OOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDEE, Moderate Terms. BAYST.,FRA N KSTON. IIT. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. [f:All kinds of Produce] n Stock._ Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -- The immense nut:ber of orders for Frootoids, sout 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 e!egant inr appearance and pleasant to take; they a:re immniensely more valuable t::an an ordinary aptlrieent; they remove from the bloll. 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 Frootoids are ev...

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HASTINGS. VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

HASTINGS. VALEDICTORY. A farewell social evening-was tendered Mr F. W. Sudholtz and family in the hall on Friday evening, prior to their leaving the district. Mr Sudholt, duringhia residence here has-a.td en-agraf-interest -in- thee-lfiireof the town, ;and has ably assisted in any scheme for the improve ment of the district. He will be greatly missed, and his departure very much re gretted. There was a splendid gathering of residents, the hall being crowded. Cr J. Eodgins occupied the chair, and on be half of the residents, as a token of esteem, presented Mr Sudholtz and family with a silver tea and coffee service. Mr Sud holtz was also given a silver-monnted um brella and case of silver-mounted pipes engraved; Cr Perrott and Mr A: Down ward (Minister for Agriculture) spoke briefly of the loss the district would sum tain in Mr Sudholtz leaving. In respond ing on behalf of himself and family, Mr Sudholtz regretted leaving Hastings, and hoped to return-as'a visitor frequently. A lengt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Public No ices BUY NOW 0---- I CLEARING LINES, suitable for SPRING & SUMMER MTI,LIJNE Y D R ES-, GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's Stores.. ......... Fit A KSTON. Established 1870 ....ALL I E...... BOOTS. D 'APEaY, &c.. &c. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, F.-A K"' ON. ', bs 31 et all Trains. Parcels and Luggar.n received ar.d pr.mpt?,, delivered. Hoees and ,Vehicles for hire, Prices reasonable Letters and Telegr uu. promptly attended t"". 1" If has rec .: - -,I plant hy pur.h^i -. eabs. -N'- " .t:.i g &, ' A io1 ยท! . ', . - 1 10s . H, ON _S General Slto ekeeper, CAR?1Ui1. FiPr t: CEI:IcE., D:Jl:APERY, IHAUIDWAR-i:. BOu'TS, SHIOES. Ae. BRAN, CiIAFF. OA.T', BARLEY, WHEAT, POLL 1RD. POTA 'OES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPI' IN STOCK. All Goods at Lowest Mar'ket Rates. AGENT FOR FEDERAL MANURES -o A Trial solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed--.Every time. AgenV for Tsa MoascIlkTroN STANDARD G. H. CA TH E Y Upholsterer, - Furniture Repairer, &...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. W. P. FAIRLAM holds the monthly Somerville sale on Wednesday next, 25th November. SEVERAL important shire notices appear in this issue, including a batch of tenders and applications for yarding stray cattle at Sorrento. AT Cowes on December 3rd an impor- tant clearing sale will be held for Mr W. Dixon. Full particulars are given in an- other column. A QUIET local wedding was celebrated at St. Kilda on Tuesday last, the contract- ing parties being Mr Geo. Bourne and Miss Lily Sangwell, both well-known residents of Frankston. In this issue Mr C. J. Davies notifies that he has disposed of the business of the Hotel Somerville to Mr Chas. Gray, and thanks his numerous friends for their patronage and kindness during his con- duct of the hotel. A PATRONAL Festival is advertised this issue in connection with St. Andrew's Church of England. Somerville, on Wednesday, November 25, and Sunday, November 29. The Rev. D. R. Hewton will conduct the services. THE secretary of the ...

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Frankston and Hastinsg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Frankston and Hastinsg Shire Council. S`-~'iheY-las. meeting of the above, the following report was submitted by the shire engineer (MIr A. D. Pleydell) : Irankston Sanitary Service.-This work is not on a satisfactory basis. 1st.-The specification as to burying nightsoil is too vague ; no depth of cover ing is mentioned which is most essential. 2nd.-The Council shonld have a suitable depot reserved for the purpose, and the whole of the work confined to that area: The indiscriminate burying of iightsoil privately should be prohibited as it would not, I am sure, be tolerated by the Central Board of HIealth. Frankston Rubbish Tip.-This is in a very unsightly condition, particularly as it is on one of the main roads of the shire. Sand on Melbourne Road.-At the request of the Presidedt, Illave inspected this and it is being attended to; tempora rily pending permanent improvements. which I will bring under the notice of North Rlding members. DI)rainge Wills and Thom:on Strc:s. -The Inspec...

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District News SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

DistrictNews SOMERVILLE '` : (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) The Somerville show committee held its: first. meetihg on Monday evening, wwhen Mr W. H. She;hierd was'elected chairman. . The rules and .regulations were gone through, and slight altera tions made. A new section has been added for school children, viz., school exercises, book to be filled from cover to cover, no embellishments.-' -One guinea is offered in prizes, competition to be confined to schools in a line from Carrum. to Cranbourne, Clyde and Tooradin, and south of those lines on the Peninsula. On Thursday last the local hotel keeper,, Mr Gray, had his jinker smashed up a bit. One of. his"men was out driving, when the pohy started to kick, and kept on kicking till a fair amount of damage was done, but the driver was unhurt. Mrs Griffith, of Danby Lodge, had a severe fall on Thursday last, and injured her knee and shoulder, but is now progressing, favorably, we are glad to learn. Buyers ar...

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VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

. -.. ...... - :AcciirA,-d.-' Adjourned cases against i?H.Gamble and A. Patterson, for not having their children vaccinated, were struck out, as the result of medical reports that they were and would be in an unfit state of health, which had been for warded to the Central Board of Health. On Constable Stephenson informing the Bench of the facts, the P.M. said the Board of Health had no more right than the man in the moon to ask that the cases be withdrawn. The action was very irregular. Parliament plainly set down the one way to proceed, and persons charged should come before the court and prove that the children were unfit to be vaccinated. It was dangerous to set aside an Act of Par liament, but, after consideration, the Bench would allow the cases to be withdrawn. J. R. Watson pleaded guilty in re spect to the non-vaccination of his child. To the P.M.'s query, "'Vell, Mr Watson, what have' yait to sayl" the defendant replied that he was quite in favor of having the child vac cina...

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