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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Public Notices. WEALTH: The Reward of Thrift. Without. Gambling ! Without Speculation ! ! Without Risk ! !! Invest Your Savings in Government PREMIUM BONDS. 'They are guaranteed as to principal and nterest consequently as safe as British Consols. They bear fixed interest in most cases from 2 to 4 per cent. and give the holders the chance of acquiring a fortune by periodical Drawings with Prizes from £24.000 down to £20.. a shoemaker wh6se wages were only 25/ per week has drawn the First Prize of £21,000. Of the Ottoman Government Railroad Bonds, which hlie hought only two months before for .6 10s They appeal alike to the man with thous. ands and the man with shillings. EASY 1'ERMS (from 10/- per month) of Payment if desired, Write apostcard for descriptivaBiookletto Eg oamerican imance orpora t n - 41 King. Villiam rt. LoNDoN, E.C. ENrGLAND.. • 7088 L.' E McKAY, Lan' & General Agent, - DROMANA ( Fire and Life Insurance (special) SChlffcutters IIjrNMON GERY OF ALL DEbCRIP T'L...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

S DROMANA. - (Copies of the STwanDan can be obtained from Mr E..Rudduck.) The holidays passed off very quietly, but also pleasantly, the weather for the:most part, being delightfully cool. In many 'cases people sat round the fire on XmaIs night, and during Xmas andi Nw Year every aý'ailable bed was occupied. Fortunately, this season was not marred by serious accidents, the only one reported being that .which befel.a small boy, son of Mr Ditchburn, a visitor, who had his lip split, through a difference of opinion with his sister. The injury necessi tated.four stitches, but the youngster has practically recovered. On Saturday night the " Woman Haters " camp gave a concert in aid of the .family of the unfortunate sailor who lost his life on the " Ozone." .O Cn Sunday night -steady rain set in and continued until dinner "time on Monday, 85 points being registered. The hay harvest in Droniana, Red Hill, and Boneo districts, has proved very satisfactory, both in quantity and quality. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

M- unicipal Notices. " Shire of flornington. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. SOTICE is hereby given that an " EXTRAORDINARY ELEC TION of two (2) C ,uncilh,rs for the Shire of Morningt,,n will lxe Iell on TtIURSDAY, -218i JJA N UAIRY, 1909, to fill the vacancies caused by "the- resignations of Councillor John Gibbon Barrett and Councillor James Mitchell. Every candidate at such election must be nominated at the Shire-Hall, Mornington, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon on or before the no mination day, Friday, the 15th day of January, 1909, by the delivery to my deputy, Mr S. C. Jones, Shire Secre t iry, of nomination papers in accor dance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1903. ROBERT NUNN, Returning Officer. Mornington, January, 9th, 1909. Frankston Athletic Sports A ,.3IEETING of the Committee of the at 8 p.m. ALL ACCOUNTS in connection with the Sports.must be forwarded to the Secretary before WEDNESDAY, 13TIh INST. by which da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Frankston Bon0' sTIIRn Ie prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requihements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS For the Beach. LADIE?' AND GENTS.' TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEA IfLY EXECUTED OOTS and SHOES M.ADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY.ST.,;FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRA KSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce- n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited . it for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept ................ Small Goods of Every Dease lition Fresh Daily. Rides and Skins B]ought.............. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. 0-o Thoe immense nt"nber of orders for .' ?'otn_,..r._a-bp? t direct to th o Pro power over the abolpmea coanplaints •- .x?.....r._-- .in- x appearance and pleasant to take; they are i umsensuly more valuable than aa ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tiso=es, and internal or...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

LUGAL AND GENERAL. SEVERAL interesting reports will be found this issue on our fourth page, in cluding cricket. Hastings Boxing Day festivities, tennis, wedding bells, etc. AN extraordinary election will be held in the Mornington shire on 28th January, to fill the vacancies caused by the resig nations of Crs Mitchell and Barrett January 15th has been fixed as nomina tion day. Ix this issue Mr P. A. Livingstone intimates that lie has purchased the but chery business lately carried on by Mr Absalom, at Mornington. Only the primest meat will be sold, at reasonable rates. Ox Boxing night a very enjoyable subscription dance was arranged by the visitors at Mornington, and held in the Convent Hall, which was kindly lent by the Mother Superior. A programme of dances, songs, etc. was contributed by MIessrs Carr, Kelly, Gorden, Williams, Pyke,. and Misses Gordon, Green, Hogarth, and Howgate. A very enjoy able evening was spent, about 70 guests being present. THE railway tratlic on the Frankst...

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NEW YEAR'S NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

NEW YEAR'S NIGHT. At Frankston on New Year's night a company of Melbourne artists gave a high-class concert in the Mechanics, which was only sparsely attended. The well-managed voice of Mr J. McGowan, a talented baritone, suited the songs chosen to perfection. Miss Marrion Porritt chose an appro priate song in " Here's to the Year that's Awa," in Which her deep con tralto voice had scope. which stamped Miss Porritt as a singer of high order. In the duet, " The Keys of Heaven," with MIr McGowan, a great success was achieved. The best received of the other artists were Mfr W. Bowers, whose strapping form, fine voice, and natural manner, fitted well with the songs selected; the popular Charles Carter ; the comedian Peppard, with his "Fol del Rol Rol," and C. Law rence, who acted as accompanist. The programme was as follows: Songs- Violets and I am the Light of the World, 31r J. J. McGowan ; duet Keys of Heaven, hiss Marion Porritt and Mr McGowan; Three for Jack. Lore me and the .Verld ...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONDAY, JANUARY 4.' The ordinary monthly meeting was held at Hastings as above, when there were present-Crs fodgins (who, in the absence of the President, was voted to the chair), Cole, Woodhouse, Grif feth, Perrott and Sherlock. A tele gram of apology for his absence was received from Cr Gamble. COanESPONDENCE. From J. Andrews, applying for per mission to erect a verandah over his shop at Frankston.-Granted. From Public Health Department, forwarding copy of letter from Hast ings sanitary contractor, complaining of the disgraceful condition of the out buildings, and stating that all he could get from the council was bluff.-The Department to be informed that any complaints made to the council have been always dealt with fairly, and that that council was not in the habit of bluffing. From Shire of Dandenong, re Eel race bridge, stating that the Frankston %3 ae"=o-:-o -wa-re.eonello- - for half the cost of p`roposed work of re-decking, and that sam...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. A RECORD SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Frankston New Year's Day Sports. A RECORD SUCCESS. PREsIDENT-Capt. S. Sherlook; VICE PRESIDENTS-Dr. Wilkinson and Air C G. V. Williams, J. P. ; TREA SURElt - Mr F. C. Chamberlin ; REFEREE (cycling)-M- r . Glee son ; REFEREE (pedestrian) - Ir Mark Williams; JUDGES-M5lssrs A. Shannon, C. Dalman, C. nit chie, E. M'Comb b; STARTER-Mir Al. Williams; LAP ScoRER-Dr. Wil kinson ; CoLoR STEWARD-Mr O. Pettit; TIME-KEEPER-Mr E. Stokes; Ho.. SuRGEON - Dr. Wilkinson ; HANDICAPPERS (for open pedestrian events) MrMI. Williams, (for local events) Messrs A. Shannon, C. Dal man and C. Willox; CLERK OF COURSE - Constable Stephenson ; Co3rIITTrEE -Messrs Ml. Williams, C. Pownall, W. Richardson, A. D. c Box, A. Shannon, A. Waller, C. v Willox, E. M'Comb-, J. Sheridan, i A. II. Gregory, W. Schultz, C. Dal- 1 man, J. N. Marsh, J. Cutlhbert, E. Stokes, A. E. Pleydell, E. Cunning- i ham, J. Stephenson, W. Oates, J. c --3IoelryEB-iBrtcsr jsnv-T alid T. Ritchie; Hos. SEC.-Mr W. G. Pettit. The annual sports ga...

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

TVABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtatned from Mr D. M. Bett.) The shop'and dwelling lately occu pied by M~r C. Whitbourne was burnt to the ground during the early morn ing hours of December 27th. Thie cause of the fire is a mystery, as no one had been inside the place for about sixteen hours before its des truction, ?r WVhitbourna and family having gone to Stony Point to spend the week-end. The stock and furniture. was insured in the United Insurance Coy. and the building, which was owned by i r P. Ryan, of Hastings, in the Manchester Fire Coy. A most, enjoyable concert was held in the Park on New Year's Eve. I regret that, through having lost or mislaid part of the prograrnmme, I can not detail the contributors and their items, but a varied assortment was given, including songs, recitations, and gramophone reproductions. The fact that a great number of residents were going picnicing on the following day, made a difference to the attend ance, but those who were present express...

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MORNINGTON v SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

MOURlNINGTON v SOMERVILLE. Somerville visited M ornington be fore the Xmas holidays and had an en joyable outing. Somerville went to the wickets first and with 4 wickets down for 198 closed their innings. Gault batted nicely- Tor-.78. (not out),. as also did Grant for 48. C. Thornell put together 27 (not out) in good style. Mornington made a poor re sponse with 52, of which E. McCofiib made 22 by good cricket, and was:the only one to reach double figures. Scores : SooM ERVILLE. Grant, b IcConmb ... ... 4 - Martin, b Mllarshall . ... ... 0 Coleman. b Jenkins ... .... 29 Gault, not out ... .. ... 78 Taylor, e Cavill, b Clarke ... 3 Thornell, not out ... ... 27 Sundries .. ... ... 13 Total for 4 wickets ... 198 Cavill, b C Thornell ... . F. Parsons. c. b Taylor ... ... Jenkins, ciMaitin, b C.IThornell . .0 Clarke, b Thoinell' _ý...; , ... 0 Marshall, b Taylor 0 Grover, c Martin, b Taylor ... . Barrett, b Taylor... ... ... 8 MTcComb. 1, Thornel ... ... 21 Harrison, b Taylor ... Fairbair...

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EMU PLAINS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

1EIL, PLA INS ItKACES. The annual race meeting -f the Emu Plains .tacing Club was held on Monday, Decemuler 28th. There was a splendid attendance of the public, and the racing was giol. There was close on fifty starters for the eight events, and the committee must have been pleased with the result of the day"s racing. The Hastings horse, Larry, put up a splendid performance in winning three races, including the Woollen Mills Flutter; in addition to the prize money for the latter event, the owner of the winner is to receive the first suit of clothes produced by the Bittern Woollen Mills Company. The officials; who carried out their duties in a capable manner, were Mir W. Myers, judge; Mr .ames Connell, starter; iMr E. Bucekley, clerk of scales; tjr James White, elerk- df-coure.; and..Mr John Buckley, secietary.' -The club will make ,a profit on the meeting.- The following are the results ,- " MArotE IIACK RACE. £1 firstf 2nd 5s, 6 fur. M. IHoban's Larry, 9.7 (WVilliams) 1 A. Brunt's ...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

MOOROODUC. Things around Moorooduc are show ing signs of dryness, but on Monday a welcome change came, bringing a nice amount of rain. It is wonderful how soon plants revive under a drop of water and look green again. Hay carting on most farms is finished, and fallowing in some cases begun. Fruit is beginning to come in, I notice Mr Sawyer is on the track with bumping loads of apricots and apples. Sickness is still about, Mr William Male yet being very ill as also is Mrs Sawyer, to both of whom we extend our heartfelt sympathy. The holidays have passed off very pleasantly, races having been held at Emu Plains and Flinders. Duchess a Moorooduc owned pony, winning two events at Emu Plains, and a second and third at Flinders in good company. Mr Frank Jones was married to   Miss Kate Orgill, of Dandenong, on January 6th, 1909, and congratu- lations and best wishes are offered. I expect this, event will induce some more of our bashful young men to pop the momentous question ...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

SORRENTO. The wandering cattle nuisance is being effectually checked by the herds man, " John Wooster," who is always on the alert for animals roaming about the streets of Sorrento. On Monday he successfully landed into the detaining yard two horses belong- ing to a local councillor, and while he was coaxing them along, with a halter in one hand and a sheaf of hay in the other, two cows followed him into the yard, belonging to the councillor's brother. Sorrento is full of visitors, of a good nature, and very law abiding. The police have not had a solitary case, even to a drunk, during the holidays. Every hotel and boarding house has been taxed to its full capacity. An open-air concert was held at Sor- rento last week on the pier in aid of the widow and children of the late George Davis, A.B., of the s.s. Ozone, at which the sum of £25 was collecteD. The local police, who have been working most assi- duously in connnection with this charitable object, have had subscription lists plac...

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Notice to Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

Nrrotice to Oorresponiidifltw III Ir. l nun r*$i.Di ImoU'. L Le iI.ru ue. t. iii-' b"itur-'.tiI ;iisFt jrzrabr 'l (n ý 5 's Iiit daisis I studs us't hI-tIr Ii sIm lst I~' lu~rs sisy preewtirngZ pub'zesstiusa dssS to " n-sure tsuhir tin-ertiosir Co FsfsennlPnti will Xi1 r C 'wilI , GACt

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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

.Newspaper Law. 1. Sub-crihers who'do not- give expresF' z.otice t., the cntriry are c llside ed :& wishilung to CO.TrXiur their eu',seriptions. . If Su'.cri?ders order ihJ dtiscntin rmnea of their periodicals, ti e pubilisher ?oay continue to send them uitil Al)i:EAR? are paid. 3. If ubscribers refuvo r.r niglect to take periodicals from the t flict to which they are .diiectet,,they. arelsEEPONsii?sL until they have sutt'eti their bills, and ordered the peiiodci is ` i be.di.eontinued, 4. Iflu aecrbt Io riiorZtotsittiriaceh wvithout, info mninq the- publishiro., andl the" papers are sent to their forme' direction. the subscribers are responrilble - - If eubsribers pay in adrvnco for n petiodic.l, they are bound to give oTirasto the p'ihlishe-. at the end of the time, that they do n-t -wih to con tinuietaking it. otherwise th,, publisher is authorised to send- on. and hoe suh-cri. her will he iespo6nib!,' istloes n : expresa r.ot, and ptymentitof i -rr'a 's.

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A HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

A Hii?r.--Th \Vlairarapa Times re ntmlrks that a witness in ;a court case at Palmerston, N.Z., said "It was a principle of journalism that ia meeting which was not advertised was not reported -by the Press." This prin ciple does not appear to be understood by some pe sons. 1'or 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 biaker'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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FRANKSTON SHOW. AN ALL-ROUND SUCCESS. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

FRANKSTON SHOW. AN ALL-ROUND SUCCESS. VISIT OF THE 'GOVERNOR. Since the first show of the Franks ton H. and A. Association 12 years ago, the annual exhibition has been attended by a varied measure of success and disappointment to the committee and members. Judging by the unequi vocal success which characterised the show of Wednesday last, those who have for years stuck to the Association so loyally have at length had their re ward, and given the same judicious management the society may antici pate a continued run of success. Good entries (totalling close on 600), a plea sant, cool day, everything in " apple pie" order for the comfort and con venience of exhibitors and spectators alike, combined to make the gathering all that could be desired. A word must be given to the " father" of the show (the businesslike secretary, Mr J. Nott Marsh) for the able manner in which all arrangements were carried out, and with such a methodical "graf ter" at the head of affairs for so long, it is di...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

CRIGKII T Tlire follLowisngat tlhc' flures in con. nection wilh '-the. Penitnsula- .Crickct Association : January 16. Mtornitttonv. Hastings Balnalrring v. Somervillec -ratkstonr .Tbabb January 23. Frankstoue v. Mortttrtin Hasitings v. Somerville Ty:bb v. Btlnarrin.. 3rd ,ROUND. January :30. \·lurriicgt )n v. Blnarriiig-. Fraitkstoiv. Hastings . Tjabb v. Somtervil le February 6..> Sonl-rvi, v. V orttington * B t irrin" v. F tnokstttn-__,.,. - "Hasttngs v T3 dii. irankstittn. S omerrvlle Drijnarrxpg s Hnstin.s February 2o. 'Hastings vI lornington 4Somerville v Baln'rriig '' i bbb'Tb F.s uk tong . - February 27. ',<'," Mornin tin v.Fraukttoru 'n r Soni'rell vs Hastings Balnariringv. T3ahb -March 6. sflalnarrinn.' ynrnngton 4 Hnttings: v. Fra st )n" Somucrviille Tyabb Mot bpington v.:Somherville' Fsrankston v. Blrialrring Tyaicb Ua;Ijtto i.s March.2. ;T3bz1bs Mlprningt uiei ý'- SOiW rs llF t Fii rgle Filstii 1Tarss Jyt lalnairrntg fa'rch "37: - M',r ii 'tp;s31rtff tc ilt....

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CARRUM v. EAST PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

CARRUM v. EAST PHRAHRAN. On Saturday, January 9th, East Prahran met and defeated the Carruni club rather easily. This was owing to the wretched fielding of the local players, who dropped several catches early in the galme. Banfield, who miade 41 by good all round batting, was missed before he had scored 10. Jtiiby was'tli? o'iily local who was able to do anything against the Prahran bowling. . Scores: CAi2m?C3l1 G Angus, I Vial ... ... ... 13 I' 3ethune. run out ... ... 1 G Byers, b Vial ... .. ... 11 C Rigby, not out ... ... .. 3 A Forsyth. c Fitzgerald. b Davies 9 A Rigby, no' out ... ... ... 3 J Squire, b Davies ... ... O H. Mossil gton, b Vi l ... ... I Sundries ... ... ... 3 Total for G, wickets ... 79 Bowling--Vi'i 3 for 2 1, Ford 0 for 23 Banfieldo for 16, D.tvies 2 for 13. E.\sr , I:ALI... Ford, run out ...... .... 4 Hewitt, c liers. b, C R?igby ... 0 Blanlield, b C Rihyl . .. 41 Fitzgerald. c:l 1T I,1 liuthune 15 Davies, c Forsyth. b C tigby ... 28 Vial, notut ... ... ... 7...

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Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

Costiveness. THE CAUSE OF MUCH SUF FERING. To maintain a healthy syslem the bo wels should cperate at least once every 24 hours. This is one of Nature's provi sious which is too often: ignored, and the result is untold suffering. Women are the greater offenders, but sooner or later they must pay the penalty. Many women's ailments are due to the straining and purging. following upon habitual constipation, and in many cases displacement of the pelvic organs may be attributed to the s:ame cause. Mrs S. Sullivan, 14l Wattlte Street, Bendigo, says, "I beg to state that my.husband, after-undergoing a severe illness some months ago, became sub fect to constipation. He was advised to use Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and I can assure you withouit fear of contradiction that these Pills are the plainits:.-:ni1eed I'uever feltr'better in my life, and I am sure it is due to the occasional use of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills that keeps me in such good health. We always reccommend these Pills a...

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