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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

D1ROMANA. 1-Rtudduck, I z=Clameii~oZ, Ut M 3-South Channel Lighthouse 4-Edwards;U S

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LIBERAL ORGANISATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

LIBERAL ORGANISATION. TO TIE EDITOR. Sir,-Now that a State general election is close at hand isn't it about time that something was done at Frankstoi ? Some time ago we had a meeting which was addressed by a lady and gentleman. The lady talked about the Liberal platform and the gentlemen was very forcible for over an hour. Some of the audience joined the People's Liberal i'arty, and planked down their shillings. The ladies who joined have got their tickets show. ing they belong to the League, but I am told the men have not been honored in the same way. The seat for Mornington is wanted badly by the Labor Party, and it will try its level best to win the seat for the next Parliament. It is now just the urgent time for the Frankston branch to turn to and get to work. If it doesn't do any work now what in the name of goodness is it for at all ? Yours, etc, ELECTOR. Frankston, 6-9-191I.

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

MOIRNINGTON. I-Hirrison. L K-Korier, \V A, uctioneer 3-O'Goimiw. lila

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The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

The Stud. The following horses are advertised in tile "Standard" to stand in the district this season : Bravo, Ir G. H. Grindal's- well known Clydesdale, Fitz Bells, Ar G. W. Booth's beau tifully ored trotter. Dandy, Mr P. Purves' staunch and shapely pony. Centrewood and Shepherd Lion, Mr Gonmu's well-bred Clydesdales.

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Valedictory. MR W. E. THOMPSON ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Valedictory. MR W. E. THOMIPSON ENTER TAINED. Mr W. E. Thompson, Into secretary and engineer to Flinders and Mango rong shire, and who re'igned owing to an appointment as engineer to the Narracan shire, was enterlained at a smoke social at the Hotel Dromana on Wednesday of last week. He was the recipient of a gold sovereign purse, and Dr Weld, who prosided, stattd they all regretted the departure of their guest, who, during his .brief so journ among them, had taken a keen interest in all movements pertaining to advancement of the district, particu larly as regards the Church cf E,,gland, the Sports Club and the Mechanics' Institute. He, on behalf of the com pany present, wished Mr Thompson gbod health and prosperity. They re. gretted thu serious accident which befel him, and trusted he would ere long have recovered from the effects ofsiich. He had much pleasure in presenting him with a small token of their-esteem, which he (the guest) was not to regard for its intrinsic value, but t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL Reports of annual meeting of Frank sion Sports, district news, Mornington police court, letter re naval base, etc., held over.' Lists of tenders .are advertised this issue by the Frankston and Hastings and Morningtont shire councils, returnable next Wednesday and Thursday respec tively. We also direct attention to several important notices concerning forthcoming auction sales, and the an nouncement regarding Arosine, the new spraying preparation. Attention is directed to the business advertisement on opposite page concern ing the All White Poultry Farm, Skye Road, Frankston. In our advertising columns Messrs A. Nunn and Sons announce that they have just landed a large assortment of flower sad vegetable seeds. Miss Cameron, organiser to the Austra lian Women's League, will address a public meeting at Somerville on 1 hurs day evening next, 14th inst, as per adver iisement. With characteristic enterprise Hastings' kneaders of the dough, the popular Ryan "Bros., have e...

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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

THE ClURCHES. The following extracts are taken from the last issue of the" Frankston Church of Er gland paper: THE CHOIR. Mliss Carter, after three years of faithful service at the organ, has 'lately resignr d. Her family moved to Armadale a year ago, and since then Miss Carter has been keeping on with theorgan, stayingin Frank ston over the s.undays. But now, finding that others were able to carry on the work, she has handed it or r to them. Our thanks are specially due to her for carrying it on dluring this last six months. Mrs Cummins is also tile thanked for her kind hospitality, enabling Mli-s Carter to stay over the week ends without expense. Miss Eva Rogers has been ap pointed organist, with Miss Lauri son as assistant, and under the training of MIr Aisbitt the choir is progressing. Mr Aisbitt very kind ly took the choir in hand a couple of months ago, and is working most enthuiastically. cILuarx's HOME AT nRIGIcrrON. I wonder how many of you know that the Church of England h...

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The Rainfall. FOR AUGUST. AT MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

The. Rainfall. FOR AUGUST. AT MOOROODUC. Mr Alfred E. Bates, "Pine Hill," re ports the following rainfall at Mooroodus for the month of August 1st ....... ... 18 points. 4th ... ... ... 45 12th .. ... ... 18 13th ... ... ... 27 18th ... ... . 16 ,, 22nd ... ...... 11 28th ... ...... 5 Total . ..140 point. Januy, ... 51 points. Eebruary ...2.91 ,, March . .. .4 ,, April . .... ...71 n a y ... , 4.4 August .:. 140 Total for the year` 24.88

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Council Advertising. FLINDERS SHIRE AND THE "STANDARD." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Council Advertising. FLINDERS SHIRE AND THE "STANDARD." Our Dandenong contemporary (knocking out our exchange copy by the way) printed the following. the other week : "The Frankston "Standard," in its last issue, attacks the Flinders and Kangerong councillors for bringing the secretary to book for giving the shire advertisements to the above paper, and also defends the secretary for so doing. The "Advertiser" was the successful tenderer for the coun cil work, and the councillors save a large expenditiire and conserve the ratepayers' money, as they should do. The secretary ignored the council by his action in patronising the "Standard," besides in. curring double expenditure in the print ing and rendering the council liable for breach of contract. Friendship must not be allowed to influence in cases of this kind." The inferences about 'friendship' are wrong. We have never seen the secretary since he has been at Dro mano. We did not 'attack' the coun cillors, either. We commended the ...

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The Football Final. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

The Football Final. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-1 beg to, forward a few com me:,ts on Frankston's prospects of win:ling he final this year. As I do not pose as a poet, I hope Constabl', S'ep!hnson will not demand my poet's licrnse. In ca.e of such an emergency allow me to be, yours etc. COAL POST. FINAL MATCH, 1911. (Air-Killaloe). We're about to toe the scratch, in a most important mnatch, In fact it means the honor of our name; But I'll tell you in my sot.g, we are re presented strong, Dy a team of men all masters of the game. O'Neil and Pettit will be there, what a s!:ahing, dashing pair; Joe Williams knows no equal on the ball ; Then Boas Box and Reynolds, too, the; re the boys "to put it thro'," For this will be the greatest match of all. CH1IORUS. They're'the pride of Frankston ladies, At scoring they are daisies, The smartest team of men I think, That F'ankston will ever see;, SIn the Plni:sula Association, 'hey've gained a reputation, And now they'll win the final match, So take it ...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

NOTES. Iiastings and Frankston will meet ill the final at Somerville :his (Saturday) afternoon. Should Frrankikon win; it will be the final match, but if Hastings are victori ous, the Frankston club will have lhe right t' play a deciding game, the lacttr club being the winners of the minor ipremiership. Both teams will be strongly represented, a Le.ague umplire will officiate, and a first-class game should result. We hive received a letter stating that itflsunc' c was being usetl ini -F anks.on to prevent Booth, liast .ings' fi::e iplayer, from getting off from hiu i?k-ou the railway to take pht in tlc i: al. Several leading Frank~ton players have asked us to --tate that they in no way have taken any such step ; if it has been done it be wretched sports indeed to try and keep a good man out of the Hastings' team for the final match. 'For Children's haeking Cough at Night, Wooed Great Peppermint Cure. is Cd

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FLINDERS AND KANGERONG COUNCIL AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) FLINDERS AND KANGERONG COUNCIL AFFAIRS. TO TIE EDITOR. Sir,-Your report of last meeting, and special record of ex-OCr Terry's action;., contains both tragedy and somedy for the ratepayers to ponder over. Your heading-"Hopeless and Helpless"-unforcunately appears jus tifiable. Even though a wide margin be allowed for Mr Terry's feeling of chagrin at the general disregard of his efforts towards reform, his letter dis closes an alarming state of affairs, and forms a scathing denunciation. No wonder we are faced with bhid roads, and evidence of neglect at all points. Therein lies the Tragedy. The Comic element enters here: "The council sat in committee, and dealt with applications, of which there were 18 . . . . 'Ultimately,' so and so were appointed." The ult.imato" re sule has been an .ope-u secret for months. Let us hope that the young and inexperienced secretary will..rise to t...

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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Telephone Directory. FRAxxNKTO . 1-Brady, 5M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 .Campbell, MIajor, Ameefleld Park 5-Ray, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. O., 'Standard' Office' 7--Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grimwade, II W, lyrtoon 9-Mr James Grice, "Moondah" 10-R-obertson, II, Se!encia 11 -lMaxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F' C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cah fruprtotor 14-Uarrood, C 15-Booth, OG 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, W LS-Gregory. A Il l9-Mackia and Willinam, butchers 20-('otall, A, Ibutchr 21-Mlsterton. 11, 'Ruhria' 22-M'Donald, D,ltoreleeper 23-Gamb:e, I 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jcrula'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

;ý .r fZ y -ý ýý ii~tT. ý r-'!!ý ; -}ý ý`ý- I ý y J rý +I y//i' /lf~l~r~v .. . ý + " fý r ý ;,r . "tia~r r Z o';hz'ri, ice r" ý" ý"" ,iii , II ýI ·All I REQG M EI' CLEMENTS ....NT 11 . 0.. Here is the opinion of a well known Melbourne business man, one who works with his brain and always taxes his mental energies. He is a publisher of note and his opinion upon this great medicine is worth reading by all men and womecn. Mr. A. F. Lake is senior member of the firm of Lake & Sons, Printers and Litho graphers, of 289 Little Lons dale Street, Melbourne, and publishers of Opera House programmes, the "Hotel and Tourist Guide Book" for the Victorian Government, and the well-known journal"Pub lic Opinion." Mr. Lake writes : 289 Linle Lontdale Street. Mdelb. 22/I/I I. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Some little time ago I was greatly run down fromt over-work, suffering with se vere neuralgic pains. After taking a couple of bottles of Clements Tonic, I found to my intense relief that I was comple...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

AT THE SOUTH YAN YEAN eCSE WBCTORY ORDERS are now being received for EXPORT CASES for early delivery, Any description of TRAYS and CASES supplied to order in any quantity at Current Rates. Customers may depend upon all orders being promptly Executed. F. W. LEWIS, Hastings, Local Agent. A. W. BARR,- Manager. AIDREss-Opp. Railway Station, South Yan Yean. AGENTS for the "HOuNSY" Oil. Suetron Gas, and Petrol Engines, Reapers and Binders. Ploughs. Oils, etc., etc. AL.o, THE STATES Fire, Accident, and Lire btozk, etc., Insurance Coy. Stud Notices. THE PURE CLYDESDALE STALLION -BR A O TILLC . Stand this Feas n at "Barrows Green.." OOItOODUC (near State Sire Hero, g sire Clydesdale Her, dam Madam. g dam by Sir William (imp). TER?M,--.3 3.--Half payable at service, and balance when mare proves in foal Every care taken but to responsibility incurred G. H. GBINDAL, Owner .Agent for Dalgety and Co., Live Stock Insurance HARNESS HORSE, Fitz - Bell BY ABBEY BELLS. To Stand this Season. Full Parti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

W. T. SAGH, WATCHMAKER and . . JEWELLER "Clydebank," MORNINCTON. Executes all ki-ds?f AXCH. CLOCK JEWELLRRt and Glasses and keys fitted. Oders can be left with Vessrs Annear Bros, Morning. ton; Mr Rudduck, MDro.mmn; Messrs Sunn and tons, tomerrille; or Ca - ries. Messrs Cairns rnd Wrilism%, who pes Clydebant" dailR. Fatimate grven for repairs, if desurd, ? efoe preceedinne with theem. L" s f tevery desi aptien connected with tle trade, ire uding the mostup.to-date imakes f watches sub. mirted for ayrrry.l. Cntomers visited bry appointment J. MILLARD, rARRIER and CAB PRO FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet alt Trains. Parcels s r Luta!e Inrewred oad promptly delivered. Ho.sel so I V-nie .es fIr hire. Prices re?s..tule etters and Tee.er..? prom -*r y att. nde' A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-strGhe, Frankston, s - " .- t -; :. !r OK.SrT......... Prime Nel (n = iiT --- ..... . Smal: t)..r- I rE . ry l A5.i trrr Hid andl SHrr it ah........... Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemisto, FRANKSTON Latest D...

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. IMPORTANT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. IMPORTANT BUSINESS. There was not quite such a large attendance at the monthly meeting of the Fruiterowers' Association on Monday night last, as usual. No doubt Show Week had something to do with it. Cr Griffeth, President, occupied .the chair. The business arising out of the minutes referred to the sheds at Port Melbourne and -Williamstown, which have been used as inspection sheds during the fruit season. Mr Mair said that it was decided to discuss the whole position at the im pending conference of fruitgrowers at Doncaster. Correspondence relating to this matter was read by the secretary. A letter was a'so received that two early boats were, to leave Melbourne about January 25th and February 17tlr, with early fruit for the London and Continental markets. The chairman moved that Mr Mair, the society's delegate, convey the thanks of the Society to the Central for its interest in the matter of sheds at theaports of departure.for tbehin 1 dtdion b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Never hrsitato about giving. Chnmber lain's Cough Rlemedy to children. It contains no narcotic of any description and cap be given with confider ce. As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are s?scept:ile, it is unsur. passed. eold by all storekeepo:e, D EDELSTEN, Optician; will he in attendance at Tait'. Pharmacy MORNINGTON, on the FIRST MON DAY in each month; and FRANK STON, the LAST TUESDAY in each month. He also attends Patients at their homes if.required. Old and im pecunious persons can haeo their eyes tested and glasses provided without charge. Woods, Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. lsGd HELPED CHILDREN THROUGII WIN''ER. "In omy opi-ihn chlldrrn's colds Fhoult never be neglected," writes Mrs SI. E. Ellbourfi, Piper-st., South llroken 11111, N. S. . W. My two sons, Arthur and Frank. were always catching colds denng the winter lnonths, but I manic~ed to get them through the winter hy the ues of Chamberlain's Cough Rbomedly. If either of ...

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Sorrento to Dromana Road, ITS CONDITION COMPLAINED OF. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Sorrento to Dromana Road, ITS CONDITION COMPLAINED OF. Atthe last meeting of the Flin ders and Kangerong shite council, .Sydney H. Wilson, Melbourne, wrote: - "On Monday, 3lst July, I was so disgusted with the state of the main road between Portsea and Dromana that when I saw Cr Terry that day in Dromana I mentioned the matter to him, and pointed out as a brother councillor that the only way to get the-road into a good state was to let several sec tional contracts at once to metal the roadway, then to instruct the maintenance men to attend to the drainage of the watertables, but he informed me that your council has borrowed up to its powers, etc. On our way up to Melbourne several ratepayers were taking the matter over, when it was suggested that we should go as a deputation of ratepayers at 11 a.m., the next day to the Minister of Public Works, ansd-ee-it-th--Govermen aij assist your council in the matter. Mr Downward, I understand, was asked to introduce us, but on en quiry he was...

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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION SECOND SEMI FINAL. MORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. AN INTERESTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

FOOTBALL. pENINSULA ASSOCIATION SECOND SEMI FINAL. MORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. AN INTERESTING GAME. The second semi-final match in the above competition was played en the Somerville ground on Satur day last. Rain fell on Friday and continued till Saturday, but held off during the game. There was a good attendance of spectators, who witnessed an interesting match. The ground, considering the rain which had fallen, was in splendid order, and hardly a drop of water could be seen. Somerville will certainly have the best football ground on the Peninsula when it has had a season or so's play upon it. Being high in the centre, well drained, and of a sandy nature, no matter how it rains the ground can Sbe in asloppy condition. Neither of the teams were repre sented by their best eighteens, though Mornington were by far the most unlucky in this respect, as their absentees included Male, Campbell, Clydesdale, Bartlett, Erleson and Sanderson; Frank "ton had Harley and one or two others out, thoug...

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