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Mornington Shire. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

flornington Shire. EXTRAAORDINARY ELECTION. For the extraordinary vacancies in the Mornington shire council, caused by the resignations of Crs Barrett and Mitchell, both seats were Jilled without a contest. In consequencc of a tech nical informalityi in a land trafisaction in which the council. was interested, Cr Barrett was advised by the Go vernment auditor to resign his seat rnd; place ,himself right with the Ii6cal ,Goverrineiit Act. This he did, and thb'matter having been set in or der so that there was no further bar to his eligibility, Cr Barrett again nomi nated; imid has bleen accorded the honor of a walk-over. This compliment is conclusive proof that the ratepayers have every confidence in his integrity and straightforwardness.. ,After a creditable and useful service as councillor, during wyhich for two snccessive years he filled the position of president with ability and sound judgment, Cr ?3itbhell is about to leave the district, and the vacancy has been filled by Mir W:...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Summer School at Quarantine Station. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

Summer School at Quarantine Station. Mr Frank Tate, M1.A, (the Minister of Education), Mr P. M. Carew Smnyth, A.R.G.A. (Art Inspector), Mr J. I each, M.S: (Natnie Study Inspector) Mr J. Byatt, Miss Pye (Infant Room Expert), and 250 State school teachers are spending a happy three weeks work-holiday at the Quarantine sea side station. In opening the school, Mr Tate congratulated the teachers on the pro fessional enthusiasm which prompted their attendance. The' director was heartily cheered on entering the lec tare hall. - Both Mr Tate and Dr. Smyth (Training College) lectured on the first morning, the latter commenc ing his address punctually at 7 a m. At 1 p.m. the students each day cease pork. Mr Carew Smyth and a staff of talented assistants are giving practical' instruction in the art subjects. Members of the inspectoral staff and other experts will visit the school dur ing the three weeks' session to impart instruction. The arrangements made siootlily and pleasantly. The success...

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

Public lolticis -F BUY NOW .CLEARING.oINES ? suitable for .SPRING .& : SUiMMER MILLINERY, - LA CI:. DI:lFSS (1)OD3, ...FANC'Y 0GO'D, &c.... Rithile s Stores.. -- I .............. FANKSTO.:4. Established 1870.. ......ALL INi..... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &c.. &c. J. MILLARD, .\LRITER and CAB- PRO - PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Molt al:l Train=. Parcels and Lug-,rAe received ar.d promptly delivered. Hosees anlIuVehiclo3 for hire. Prices reasonable Letters and Telehrm.? pro:npt'y attended to. T- u h-sL receitly added to his plant by purchasing:Mr. .T L.auri on's cab'. F01. CASH ONLY. 25 lb. Flour, 2. 81. 1 lb. - ,t:r 2 t.d. First Pick Jam, 5.d. 7 lb. Loose Oatmeal, 1. 2.1. 1 lb. Tea, Exeellelit Vaslue, I.?. Noble's Stores, Masin Street, Mrrntington. E. A. & A. E. MAR il "General Storekeepcrs Wine ,andl D.,irit. Merchants, - SJMERVILLE. Ooa Mo0rro-Quality cobineAd with cheapness. Drapery, -Boots, Shoes, Ac., at lowest prices. Chaff. Grain, and Artilicial Manur...

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

- Vant Money S WV4nt2 Busindss Want' a Partner " Want , a Situation Want a Servant"Girl Want to Sella- Plan , Want :to- Duyvwa JToro P O Want to Buy or Sell.9la t, SWant to Sell'ty' TpiyPjurly - Wantto SellHosebhold Furniture Want to Sell Dry Goods or Carpets Want to find Customers for Anything Advertise in The Standard dvertising will gain-New Customers Advertising will keep Old Customers Advertising liberally.alwiays pays Advertising makes success easy i Advertising begets confiaence Advertising shows energy Advertising shows pluck Advertising means'biz' Advertisethenatonce 4&y7.rtisethenip- g Advertie always S,-Advertise ywell . 1. Advertise L - K -G0 MII;KING MACHINE USERS IN. CONRFEtENCE. A PLEASANT GATHERING ? By invitation. a very representative~ gathering of dairymen met at the Ozone Hotel, Warrnambool. on WVednesday last, fully 40 users of tlhe L.C.G. ma clhine being present. Mr. John Glasgow.,' of Rangool, oc-: cupled the-chair.-and in an'lntroductory speech-explai...

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Obituary. MRS. DARLEY, SENR. PENINSULA RESIDENT FOR 55 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

;Obituary MRS. ,D .RLNY . -ENR. -- Mrs Aimibr.iDarley; relict of the Ite. j !r 4Jonath.n i)arley '(who died iiu'tie ze: 1873) passedypw y ,at Flind~ilra t S..- Decembeiir last. Thi - deceased, S'waas iu iih r91st-ye i ai tihe time • her death.'-had led ?a wonderfully 'dtive life right up to the last.. The late J1ri U..rl.:y,:emigrated to~ Tasmania with her hiusbtand andand chi' dren in the.ship Sir-6 iarles Napier, in the: year:.1843?.Coinditions oflife, otti; on lfoard ship and:in the islandrcolony, 4 were at . tL t) tim ve.ry rough and ready, and involved a cou:niderable amountof hlitilship Uni the part of the i etrly colun sers. Upo-i arrival in Tas mania~ih Mr Darleyv tu ik:.ip aliti at New Norfolk, where he cug 'ged in farming and- fruixgrow!ig pursuits, and-had the di-tinction of being the firit 'hop grower in that district, which has now' ga?iien bsuchinoto iety -fr its uxtesisiv, hLo gardens. Being such early settlers aid pioneer , Mir nit Mia Dailey icame ito cnitact with?:...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

Frankston.amidl ,astigs .. iiire Cou ncil. -:At thoJe iJst~ .ating o .:: ab ... on the 4th int. t , +?idr- accep:~,-. tou, £22 13s 4. C, :,arin+ , 1, s-t : v.. :1, - 1: 7:" `, . . - Ceiaring BJ,?s" r.v :i ".-t c. 16: 8!. E~tiL.Y:? [ a' ILe'tP.::. . " The fol'owi:;- r .. :'! . :"itt t by the s-ire et.t.. r ei.?(SIr A ..:Ii le'l): (1).--I hare l.,:,!. :! .: t!,io :, tter of.bve laws, as r'questln. at. :.. ri.:t ing In uoy opinion th!ey ' qluire to b' I alterled s as t'-make them ati ;litoai?=:. t to this shire. In snnuei cats. tLl:, Iu ynv.le not been gauzett-d, and ie:to.., wa0tl i'] have no effect in the cis 'of a prosecu " tion. I will undert-ik- tc, have th.-a revised and print. d in boo!k foi'tl for £l5 15s. (2).-Constable Stepihenson.id my- I self have inspected the uriinal and w.c. at the Frankston Park, and agree that the w.c. should be s-hifted to a more suitable site, and it is imperative that a suitable new urinal should be erect ed. .. (3).-I have inspected the works re fe...

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

Cricket. We are' desirous of publishing the results' of all district matches, and would ask secretarids 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. Matches in connection with the Pe ninsula Association were resumed on: Saturday. Interest was manifested in the meeting of Somerville and Frankston on the former's ground, and consequently there was a good crowd of spectators to witness the match. The scoring on both sides was small, the home team obtaining 97, and the visitors 130 -the latter thus won by 38 runs. For the winners the consistent Baxter was top with a useful 37, Tom Deane being next with a nicely made 22 to his. credit. Gault (31) topped the Somerville list, and played sound cricket, Gomm also batted well for 22. Tyabb were accorded a walk over, Mornington not putting in an appear ance. The result of the Hastings-Balnar ring match has not come to hand. ...

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) As promised last week, a detailed re port of the results of races, etc., at the annual picnic, held last week, is here under given : Boys. 9 and 10 yrs.-S. Chalwell 1, W. Golding 2, T. Biggs 8. Girls, 9 and 10-Ada .Unthank 1, Mary Chalwell 2, Rhoda Mills 3. Boys, 11 and 12-N. Houfe 1, L. Denham 2, L. Cole 3. Girls, 11 and 12-Sa ah Chalwell and Annie White (dahea. ri a A.-Toblernann $. :Girls. 1$ and :4--l.'WhiT.ha?1,- ? Longmuir 2. Boys, 7 and 8-F. Denham 1, A. Tobehnann 2, W. Steer 3. Girls, 7 and 8--. Woodhouse 1, V. Cole 2, J. Longmuir 3. Boys, 5 and 6-T. Holley 1, W. Whitbourne 2, F. Mills 3. Girls, 5 and 6-Doris Denham 1, Addie Steer 2. Old School Boys-A. J. Benton 1, A. E. Benton 2, L. G. Cole. Old School Girls-I. Cole 1, M. Benton 2, L. Thornell 3. Boys, 7 to 10-H. Nilston 1, R. Grant 2, S. Chalwell 3. Girls, 7 to 10-D. Unthank 1, V. Cole 2, V. Williams 3. Boys, 11 to 14-J Webb 1, L. Den ham 2. Girls, 11 to 1...

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THE STATE GOVERNOR (Sir Thomas Gibson Carmichael) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

THE1 STATE GOVEREOR (Sir. Thomas Gibson-Carmichael); whose kindly patronage gave the show an air of importance that.should prove a good advertisement, was driven to the ground about one o'clock, accom panied by Mr Jas. Grice, the energetic president of the Society. His Excel lency was graciously introduced by Mr Grice to the committee and leading vi sitors, and conducted to the.pavilion, where in a few pertinent sentences he expressed his pleasure at having been given an opporfunity of being present it the show," and making acquaintance with the district. Having formally opened the show, a move was shortly afterwards made to the Mechanics' hall, where a samptuous luncheon was in readiness, which did credit to the caterer' (ir Pearson). Speeches were almost non est, being confined to the toasts of the King and the .Governor. In proposingthe health of His Excel lency, Mr Grice remarked that Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael had re cently been placed in an awkward pre. dicament in political...

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

THE EX1IIIIITS. As an exhibition of horses and cat tle this year's show will take a consi derable amount of beating. In the latter sections the prizes were keenly contested, for which a sufficient war ranty by the names of such noted breeders as Messrs Buchanan (Flin ders), Sime Bros. (Lyndhurst), Facey (Cranbourne), Keys (Dandenong), H. G. Gamble (Lyndhurst) and McClel land (Lyndhurst.) In Ayrshires par ticularly the quality was of a very high standard, and some beautiful animals were penned. The honors were evenly distributed, Mr S. -M. Keys gaining the most first prize cards. This suc cessful breeder also secured pride of place for the best dairy cow, in which the competition was very keen. A feature of Frankston shows has always been the horses, and this 'year the reputation of the society in this direction was well maintained. The judges (Messrs S. O. Wood and Nor man Wilson-more capable men than whom could not be obtained) had some difficult tasks in making their awards, as in...

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Benefit Concert. THE DAVIES FUND. CLOSE ON £50 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

8 ittefilLConicert.-- - THE DAVi-S FUNDi. A mnostsuccessful concertand dance in aid of the widow-and children of the late'Gedrge: )aviesw, ?wi6 was.ac oide??'itally'illed on :board the: P.S. Ozone' during the holidays' at; Morh ington- was.held :ast Wednesday night in the Mechanics'; Inititute. A"splen? did programme, was arranged by' Mr. A. Weston Pett, which was greatly ap preciated by .the immense- audience. The first item was a Chorus Fantasia,' accompanied - by Miss N. Campbell (violin): Mr A. :Veston, Pett'(flute)," Miss Hlilda Gordon .(piano),: thei au 'dience singing the choruses of the fol: lowing :-biowflakes, 'Cheyenne, Old Bull and Bush,- O BJ3ediah A Girl-li-i `side, and.Dolly Gray. -he following. Melbourne artists .also .contributed to the :programme : -Mr J. Gordon,;song;, Tomrn rown;iss Miss Miller- song, Mari tata; recitation, "liss A. Brand; Miss N .-Campbell, violin solo ; Ye BIanks and .Braes, Miss A. Miller; song, Beloved, ait is Jlorn, Miss F. ,Clinton ; song. ...

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

A Sudden Death. -4--t- A man named Malcolm M?Donald, 38..years of age, who resided with: his wife and family at West Bittern, left his home on Wednesday morning at eix o'clooek?ad.ws he-- . -- . for his ,?~nkfast, his daughter-went to look for hum. She found him about 300 yards from the house, in great agony, and half-an-hour afterwards the unfortunate man expired. The deceased arrived at Bittern about six months ago, coming from South Aus tralia, and took up a selection. On receipt of information, Constable Stephens, of Mornington, accompanied by Dr Somers, drove to Bittern, and had the body removed to the house. A magisterial enquiry was held on Thursday by Cr F. G. Perrott, J.P., of Hastings. Dr Somers made a post-mortem examination, and found that death was the result of corrosive poison. There was no evidence to show how or by whom the poison was administered. Deceased was interred in the Hastings cemetery on Thursday afternoon. Great sympathy is felt for Mrs M'Donald and her e...

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

Public Notices 'g gE 5. 5. G ult, Land & Estate Agent, Somerville Ry. Station Splendid Blacksrith and RWheolwright BRstness for sale, heaut of tosan.h p. 15 acres near Tyabb t:.t ion- l1.0l, good land.. ....... ..."... " Good orchard, 5 minutes 'omervil!e stat ion, 40 acres, 12 acres orchard, ex-' port varieties, £20 par- acre, will rapidly, increase in valve. Essy terms. "L'AND. J. IsJEFFEI4S & CO. FARM SALESMEN; Interstate Lani and Fina:ial Agents 128 -QUEEN -ST., MELBOURNE. H AVE for sale and to let every descrip. tionuof fsrming ?rnlgraizinog proper tiesin the best districts of Victoria, N.S.W, and Queensland. " Intending buyers sh, uld write to us for full listt of selected properties. Our best advice and assistancealways available. We want particulars of properties for sale in' this district, and specially invite owners to ccmmunicate with ur. Every attention paid to correspondeoce. Prilperties. P. -A. LIVINGSTON, Family Butcher, Main-Street, Mornington. H AVIN...

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

- For season's Trade :: c, -DAIMAl, IFIanE slon BOn'It TnRE, 1 Is prepared to Fall All -ntasoniblle B equiaementl. Every Customer Well Served: PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND-SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, r' For the Beach. LADIES' AND GENTS.' -TGHT.BOOTS & SHOES . In Splendid Assorjment. ARR- If r[ -E UTED, ;300BOOTS and Sd OES ITDE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY.ST.,:FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FIRANKS1 tiN: Chalsf ad (;La'a Store. All kiindt- of Produce, n SLtock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families "Wited . fi rfm Orders....... Prime Mleat Only K rlp-. ....... Small Goods of Every D.-s,1il.tuo. Fresh Daily Hides and Skin? Bought .............. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation . and Biliousness. - 0-- The immense number- of orders for Frootoids. sent by post direct to the Pro rictor,. is convincing proof that-the te their splendid curing =i?-etrnal . organs; waste poisonous matfe tha -iS 'cloritig them and chokingithe channels that lead to and from them. The ...

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The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. "Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, JANUARY 16. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 16 January 1909

lK -.? tan bar . . P 1BLSItlSRD EVERr BATURDA .lfOR VINo.. " Kaling exteniwate, nor set down ** F -Taughf in ainalice."', SATURDAY,- JANUARY--16.- LOCAL AND CENERAL. A QUANTITY of interesting news ap pears this issue on our fourth page, including important shire matters, concert at Alornington, death -of Mrs Darley, etc.. -MORNINGTON shire council report, and other items are unavoidably held over till next issue. An important sale of property will be held, as per advertisement this issue, in the Atheneumn Hall, Sor rento, on Wednesday next, January 20th, when Sydney C. Arnold and Co. will offer valuable busin-ss and resi dential sites at Sorrento, Dromana, and Rye. The sale is in connection with the estate of the late Sir Thomas Fitzgerald. AT th'e Frankston shov on .Wed ters' sections-Toprail-was a prornm ment performer. This horse is a well known jumper at Peninsula shows, and it is said is close on 2:5 years of age. He was a competitor in the first Frankston show held, and his fo...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Cricket. We are desirous'of publishing the result'. of all district matches, aindwould ask secretaries or captains- of contesting teams to" arraige 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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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

HOW TO HIELP YOUR DISTRICT. Talk about it 'Writelsbout it ny all you can in it Remember that byassistingtradespeople you' help the place along Purchase and. assics your LocAL PAPEa, for by so doing you further the best inte iests of the Peninsula Treatstrangers witli the utmost courtesy. and, hospitality; so that they may take away-good impressions Eject good reliable men to all public position?,, not because they strain them selves for popularity, but on account of Kee~jl hel money in'the-place.'; Sell5 all you can andad- buy all you canu at-l hiome. The men,whbo have :invested in :stores. workshops and: ther business places are bmuilding up the district,. and they should be encouraged--especially the PuirrZs. "

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The Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

The Orchard. :;uiig December the weather h;s been very dry, no:rain of any conse ?uence having fallen, and as far as appeairance gois; the outlook for Janu ary is much the same. W~here the surface of tlie oirchard lias been kept well scarified and free from weeds, there is still a good supply of moisture in the subsoil which will carry the trees on for some time yet. It will be well to keep the scarifier going after any shower of rain ? ie may get, as it keeps d:,wn: weeds and leaves the sur face soil in gool condition. \Vhere water is available for irriga tion the trees should be literally sup plied. ii a seaIson like the present the ladvantage of i good supply of water is :apparent to all, as trees hav ir.g plent.y of moisture are enabled to nmalture their fruit to a good market able size. a:d are left in a much better conditionl for next ;ceotn's crop. Gathlering and niarketing the fruit will now take up a good deal of time. Cherries have been a good crop, anl owing ti the hot we...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

PRESBYTERIAN CHUiCH, .MORNINGTON. The prospect of hearing the Rev. Alex Gordon, IM.A., of the Armadale Baptist Church, drew a congregation last Sunday which overflowed the ca pacity of the building, and suggested the need of an enlargement for the holiday season. The preacher took his text from the Book of Psalms-"What shall I render unto the Lord for all His benefits towards me?: I will take the cup of salvation and will call upon the name of the Lord." He dwelt in a striking way upon the metaphor of the cup used by the prophets and repea tedly by Christ Himself, and illustra ted the meanings of this great and beautiful symbol. Searching words upon the paying of vows made in time of deliverance closed a scholarly dis course. In the evening it was fortunate that a larger building had been secured. A very large congregation assembled to hear an admirable address upon ' The man who would not speak" (Nicode mus). The musical portion of the ser vice was excellently rendered.

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BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

UALUAUBRR IUtG - (Copies of the FTAsDAID can be obtaircd from Mir E. G. Stone.) A meeting of the Balnarring branch A.N.A. was held in the Bulnarring hall on Thursday, January 16th, with President D. Buckley in the chair, and a fair attendance of membe'r. -A dis cussion took place as to the advisanbility of holding a sports meeting on E.,ster Monday, but the matter was held over till next meeting. MIr Berryman has just finished liar vesting .his fine crop of wheat, which gave the splendid return of 11i bags of wheat to the acre, all well str?etched ordinary chaff bags. Mr J. E. IBirch had a return of 12 bags per acre? cf Algerian oats. The variety of wheat grown by nMr Berryman was Fi amp ton. The crops were stripped withi the machine recently used by MIr Surd holz, of " Werrenda," which gave every satisfaction.

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