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A CHILD'S LIFE SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

A CHILD'S LIFE SA E#. "31y eon Jack was severely attacked with croup," writes Mrs Agnes L. Vincent, Margaret street, Geelong, Vie. "He was almost choking, and we had not time to send for medical aid. We had. Chamber. lain's Cough Remedy in the house, and it was the means of oEaving this child's life. It only took ten minutes for this remedy to do the work. We think a lot rf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is. the only cough medicine we use in our hcme." Sold by all store keepers. His gout was bad, the poor old dad Was ill and nearl raving ; He had a cold, and then behold, He cut himself when shaving. His wife was sure Woods' Peppermint, Cure Would mend him in a minute; And I've been told it cured the cold, He swears there's magic in it I For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

LAHGWARRIN The Methodist denomination held a memorial service on Sunday evening as a tribute of respect to the late Mrs Jane Corett. The Rev Mr LPwe pIranbtlk O. ka l"U'1A' 11 tlW T "Wr% "To tB2 memory of the deceased for her con eistet suport of the Churcn during the past 45 years. Mrs McGraw sang as a solo "He wipes a tear from every eye." Mrs P. J. Murray presided at the organ. The Progress Association on Mon day evening, on the motion of the president (Mr C. Murray) and Cr L'oyd, passed a message of condolence to the family of the late Mrs Corlett. It was also resolved to send a letter of thanks to Cr W. J. Oafes for the as sistance he has rendered this district during his Term as councillor for the north riding of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings. The property owned by the late Mr Davenport has again changed hands. A neow industry has been started in the disLriec-thaL of willow growing, the swamp nearly opposite Mr Church's property being the scene of operations.

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. R. JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. R. JOHNSON. We regretfully recorded last week the death of Mr Robert Johnson, Junr., ef Balnarring, which took place afser a long and severe illness, which he bore patiently. The deceased was born at Williams town, and came to Balnarring with his parents when quite a child, and re mained in the district up till the time of his death. He was local post master for a term of 22 pears. During that time a complaint was never known, which speaks highly for a man in a public position. His quiet, kind, ob liging and gentle disposition won the respect of all who came in contact with him. At one time he was closely connected with pony racing, having bred some of the fastest ponies in Vic. toria, including Ada, alias Fidget, and the well-known Jackeroo. The funeral took place on Tuesday, and was the largest seen in the dis tries for years. The remains were laid to rest in the Roman Catholic portion of the Hastings cemetery with those of his beloved father and brother, th...

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Mornington Shire Election. CANDIDATES ON THE PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Mornington Shire F Election. :LNDIDATES ON THE 'PLAT B FORM. cl During the week invitations -were ri issued to the ratepayers by Major 2 Campbell (a candidate fir a seat in the Mornington shire council) for the pur- b pose of having a chat concerning the d above o'ection, on Tuesday night last a at the Mechanics' Institute, Morning- t ton The invitations were freely nac copted, and the ha I was filled, repre sentatives from Somerville, Tyabb, M?oorooduc, and Green Island being < present. Mr A. E. Bates, who was voted to the chair, thailked the meet ing for the honor they had conferred on him, and said he was sure Major Campbell would get a patient hearing. I The Major expressed his p'easure- t seeing such a splendid gathering, as he was practienaly a new man amongst them, but it was said "a new broom sweeps cloen." He had invited them to have t chat about municipal ,ffairs. He was a young man, and eager to learn. If elected, he would do every thing in his power to push fo...

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The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 'Nothing exlenuate, nor set down aught in malice" SATURDAY, AUGUST 19. LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

PUBLISHED . EVERY' SATURDAY MORNING - 'Nothing extlenuate, nor set down aught in malice" SATURDAY, AUGUST 19. LOCAL AND GENERAL Reports of fancy dress ball at Flinders, Somerville Fruitgrowers' meeting, footilml, district news, etc., appear on our fourth page. Two first-class teachers of elocution and dancing will give lessons at the Convent, Mornington. g,'i first quarter commenes 'early in doeptember. For further particulars see our advertising columns. The plantations in lay-street, Franks ton, are now: laid out in spick and span style with trees, ornamental shrubs, etc., and the work is a great improvement. 'tho four gardens will belooked after by; alessrs Brody, . Reynolds, Dalman, Willox, and Schultz, who have undertaken to keep the plots in order. - Mr C. G. V. Williams, who is at present on a trip to the old country, has not forgot ten Frankston though so far away. Last week he forwarded to Mr Clhamberlin do nations of £2 2s and 10s Gd respectively for the next annual show a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

A LEADING BUSINESS AGENT OF MELBOURNE RECOMMENDS ,LMI?lNIS --TONIC- for lassitude or summer fag. There is no medicine so effective for the nerves. This is the opinion of a pro minent Melbourne business man of the firm of S. Cement-Smith and Co., of 208 High-street. Prahran, Vic., manufacturers and business agents. The alltestant is emphatic in his opinion of this great medicine for the brokendown system and weak nerves. 208 High Street. Prahran, 14/11/10. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have used Clements Tonic. So far I have come across no remedy so effective in dealing with the 'lassitude and summer fag' which are the usual concomitants of the approach of the hot season. Its innerving properties are appreci able even after only a couple of dozes-in much contradistinction to the ineffectiveness of the ma jority of similar remedies which I have tried." (Sieed) S. CLEMENT-SM?.ITH. glect to take a strength-preserving medicine like ClementsTonic, and valuable lives are lost before their time. N...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

NOTES. At present Frankston are sure of Arst place at the end of the third round in the Association; Hahtings second; .dornington third, and Bal narring fourth. In 'he event of the teams finishing as anticipated above, Frankston would meet egain the Morningtou team, prob.bly at Somer ville in she semi finlals. and Hattinos and Ba narring most likely at Morn Ington. lo ning*on supporters, although disappoi' ed with the showing after half time at Frankston, are confident that they will put up a good game in the semi-finals. After half-time, Gar lick and W~ilson were una'ble to do much through injuries, while Camp bell had influenza, and the other fif teen wouldlhave had to be real fliers to extend Fcankston on the form they showed. A good .mach should result to-day, when Frankston meet Hastings on the latter's ground. The Frankston club has chartered a special train, which leaves Frankston at 1.45, stop ping at all stations. A furthir donation of 5s from Mrs Thomas is acknowledged by ...

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HASTINGS 2ND v. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

HASTINGS 2,,- v. BALNARRING. Hastings Seconds journeyed to Bal anrring to play a match with that team, as it was their bye in the Penin sala Association. Balnarring did not have a strong team, but some ju niors who were included shaped very well. The game was a very close one, onlya few points separating the teams right throughout the match. The visi tors eventually won by 2 points in the last few minutes. The scores were Hastings Seconds, 6 goals 8 bhads Balnarring. 5 goals 12 bhnds Vansmylen and Wornecki (rack) and Jones (roving) were too good for the Hastings ruck; J. Riley and Davis also did good work for Balnarring. Dick Oswin sent the ball down about 60 yards every time he got hold of it. Their beat juniors were Les. Stone and Joe Tansunlen. The Second" all played well Their best were A. Bryant, N. Hodgine, D. Bryant, Jack Bros and Kippe. Goal kiskers for Hastings weere Bryant (8), Jack s2), and C. Romeo. CoL Vansuylen gave satisfaction as umpire.

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THE FRANKSTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

THE FRANKSTON PROGRESS! LEAG UE. TO THE EDITOLR Sir,-I was surprised and a little disappointed that in your last issue there was no reply to the questions put by me in my letter of the pre vious issue on the state of affairs of the above League. Failing to elicit any information through the medium of the press, I had made enquiries and I am informed that there has been no committee meet ing for many months, that it is a full year since any progressive . ork of any kind was done, and that there is upwards of £3 in the hands of the treasurer. If this in formation be correct, should not the league try to justify its ,con tinued existence by endeavoring to do something, or on the other hand, be wound up, and the money in hand, by the consent of the sub scribers, be applied to some useful and practical purpose ? Why should these pounds be "kept laid up in a napkin ?" I may add that at the present time I am not a member of or a contributor to the Leaguo , but if it showed any signs of rea...

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Poster Ball at Flinders. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Poster Ball at Flinders. . A GREAT SUCCESS. A successful and very pleasant function took place in the Flinders s Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening, . 4th inst., the occasion being a poster a. ball, promoted by the Flinders Tennis i Club for the purpose of augmenting its 1 funds. The club intends laying down a first-class asphalt court-in fact, the 1 work has already been commenced- a and hopes to complete it without fall ing into debt. A novel idea in the I decoration of the hall was carried into s effect by the conversion of the wal!es Into hoardings for the occasion. At intervals round the room were placed large posters, several attaining a size of 10 feet square. These were sur rounded ny a multitude of smaller i posters, and, with a profusion of tree fern and otler foliage tastefully ar ranged in the remaining spaces, a very striking and beautiful effect was produced. Two fine tree ferns Rre placed on the corners of the stage, and, with their gracefully drooping fronds as a sett...

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TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

£0 KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pas, Before you speak. three gates of god, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true "'" Then s 'Is it needful ?"-in your mind; Give truthful answer; and the next, If you are tempted to reveal A tale to you someone has told, Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?' And if, to reach your lips at last, It passes through these getoweys three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear \Yhat the result of speech may be. -Selected.

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To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-I have read in two recent issues of your paper the candidature of Mr Watts for the West riding In one issue he was described as one of the Tram Coy., and a member of the Reform party; in the second issue as a builder and contractor. Re being a inember of the Reform party, I under- stand that pretty. well all of the mem bers "ratted" from that body after their experience of the glorious 25th of last year.-Yours, etc., BONEO. Boneo, 2 j 8 J '11. [We have received other letters, but as they wore not accompanied by writers' names. we cannot publish same.- En. S.1

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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, M 2-Hogan, J. S-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Camp ell, Major. AmesBold Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Oce' 7-Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grnmwade, H W, Myrtoon II 10-Robertson, II, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. ' 0, Chemisi 13-Millard, 3, Cab Proprietor 14-Garrood, C 15-Booth, G W . 16-Plowman. Mrs 17-Schaltz, W 18-Gregory. A H 19-Mackie and Williams, butchers 20-Cozall, A. butcher 21-Masterton. H, 'Rubria' 22-li'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamble, H

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) BUILDINGS AT FRANKSTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves withthe opinions expressed by corres pondents) BUILDINGS AT FRANKSTON. TO TUE EDITOR. Si,--In the issue of the Mornington "Standard" of August 12th, there ap peared a l-tter in the council news from Mr Dickinson, referring to the claso of buildings recertly erectel ad jacect to hi. property, and being a property owner in the vicinity, I do not think it right to let it piss with out some comment on my part. 1 admit Mr Dickinson's right to build an up-to-date villa, or anything else which he lihkes, but I do not thi:k lhe has any right to dictate to me or anyone e se what we should buila on ours.--Yoars, etc, A. B. CUDDON, G:en Isla, Melbourne Road, Frank sto0.

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Tennis. MORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Tennis. MORNINOTON v. PRANKSTON. Ldiesl repreoenting the Frankston ch.b journeyed to Morningtun on Thursday of last week to try conclu sions with the local club. The latter proved far too strong for their se side neighbors, who cou d only put forward a very weak showing against the o?roingtonites. The scores are as follows: Mrs Barrett and Miss Ferher (M.) beat Mrs Dalman and Mrs Shannon (F.), 6.0, 6-0 ; Misses Reyno'ds and D. Gregory, "-6, 6 1; and -Misses LJaurisses and Dial, 6.2, 6.1. 1Misses T. Ferber and McArthur (M.) beat Misses Laurrissen and Dial (F.), 6-1, 6-5; Mrs Dalman and Mrs Shannon, 6 2, 6-1; and Misses Reynolds and Gregory, 6 3, 6 3. Mrs Adams and Miss Sandiford (M.) beat Misses Rey nolds and Gregory (F.), 6-5, 6 1; 3Mrs Dalhnan and Mrs Shannon, 6-0, 6 1; Misses Laurrissen and Dial, 5 6, 6-8. Total-number of games--iorning ton, 102; Frankston, 42. Majority fo. Mornington-60.

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FRUIT-GROWERS CO-OPERATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

FRUIT-GROWERS CO-OPERA TION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Knowing that you are in e ted in all that tends, to the betterment of your district, I am anxious that your readers should know more of the co.operatire movement amongst fruit-growers than they may possibly have gleaned from the Melbourne daily and weekly papers. The need for co operation in the marketing of our fruit, which has been so expen sively and arduously produced,has been fully realised for a long time. I called together a meeting of fruitgrowers in Melbourne on the 2nd May last, at which we had the strongest support of the Press and the Government. Dr Cameron, Director of Agriculture, represented Mr Graham. Minister of Agricul ture, and stated that the Govern ment thoroughly approved of the movement, and dwelt ulon the benefits which have followed in South Australia, 31illura and other places where co oplcr:tic,: h:ias been worked succe.-fully 1lr Elwood Mead followed, giving most valued advice for the formation of the As so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

aL tsaf Salu. - Preliminary notice. Towards End of September. Etate of the late CHARLES WRIGHT, about 2000 Acres, MORNINGTON. To be soI in Eeven Lots. - Section A. Pars;h of 3oo-rJuc. j Part Lot G. 4 Acres; Part Lot 7, 33 Acres: Lots Iol. 134 Acre=; 1'. '4 Acres; IHe. 3-,I Acres: lih:. ?s3 Acres; 13, 170 Acres: 14. 2'i Acres; 13, G0 Acres; 15a, i 143.5 acres. Fuller particuars and terms in future adsertieaenuts. P'ans. in course of preparation, for-. warced free on appicdation. H. D. WESTLEY & Co., No. 1 Quee ,-stre.t, Melbourne. will sell as ab)re, under instructions from the Executor, JA:i s WEsI LEY. ErS. Solieitors to the estate-Messrs We-tley and Dale. 1LJ Queen-street, Melbourne. Friday, September 1, At 11 o'clock. on tpremises, Frankston Road, In Estate ^ Richard ihotton, deceased. 25 Acres Land with Brick Villa, And Outhouses, Laid Out G[rounds; also Superior Househola Furniture, Horses, Harness Buggies, &c. Particulars of Title from Messrs Dugdale and Creber...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of FernZoy, Ireland, now o "Clydebank." MORNINCTON, A NNOUNCES that he is prepared to execute all kind. of w:AT(. CLOCK and JEWELLERr REPAIRS. Orders can be left with Mr R. Annear, Grocer, Mornicvto: ; Mr Rudduck, Dro mana; Messrs Nunn and Sons, Somer ville ; or at "Clydebank," Dromana Road. Private residences visited by appointment. Carriers. Messrs Cairns and Williams, pass " Clydebank" daily, and will deliver riers entrusted to them. Istimates given for repairs, if desired. defore proceeding with them. 260 i J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Luggage received and promptly delivered. Hoases a4d Vehicles for hire.' "Prices reasadiile otters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Pamulies Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat Oa.y K-pt .................. Smal: Gools of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Phrma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

E. Rudduck, JETTY STORED DROMIIANA. NOW has a Full stck of . WOOD HOUSE'5 Well-known Special Remedies, which have been dired with such wonderful success for over 40 years. Orders sent to Dromana or direct to St. Kilda forwarded by return post. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALITY G.G-.ý:-WOODUOUa ý_ 1 CHEMIST 48 FITZROY STREET, ST. KILDA .ALSO BRANCHI 7 ARMSTRONG STREET, . MIDDLE PARK. Tel. 80. Windsor Public Notice. E. Worrall (Late of Nhill). D ESIRES to intimate that he has pur chased Mr Bray's Busicess as a Hairdresser and - - Tobacconist. SBAY STREET, FRANKSTON. And hopes by strict attention to business ci, ility and cleanliness, to merit a continu ance of the patronage accorded his prede cessor. A Good Stock of Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes 111 . etc., on hand Stud Notice. HARNESS HORSE, Fitz - Bell BY ABBEY BELLS. To Stand this Season. Pull Particulars aud'Trms frossh=- ; FARNi MANAGER, 'Cricklewood;" Frankston. FRANKSTON. PHOTOGRAPHIC ...... ST DIO. ..... -o MARK BRO OqY Photographer. Gro...

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Mornington Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. POUND YARD DEPREDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Mornington Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. POUND YARD DEPREDATIONS. The. monthly meeting of the above council was held on Thursday of last week. Present: Crs Flood (president), Nunn, Alston, Stephens, Male, Bar rett, Grover, Lobb and Bradford. CORRESPONDENCE. From E. A. Edwiek, calling atten tion to dahgerous state of road leading along beach past Mr Mornane's pro perty, from the "Beleura "gates. He requested that repairs be effected, as he intended making a drive to his re sidence, and wanted a proper ap. proach from the road. A cutting would he required, for which he was prepared to pay half. The writer also urged that a proper watercourse be made, otherwise the road would con stantly be washed away.-The Presi dent thought it best to refer the mat ter, along with the plan submitted by Mr Edwick, to the engineer.-- Mr Fowler, in answer to an enquiry, said the proposal, as shown by the plan, was to regrade portion of the road to the depth of about 8ft. To make a good job it would in...

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