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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - -. JEWELLER Clydeban~," MORNINCTON,. Executes all kirdsof WATCH, CLOCK JEWELLERY and ..ý SPECIAL BRPAIMRB. Glasres and keys fitted. Orders can be left with Yessrs Annear Bros, Marning ton; Mr Rndduck, Lromana; Messrs SNann and sons, Somerville; or Car riers.Meesrs Cairns end Williams, who a - Clydebank" daily. Estimates given for repairs, if desired, oefore proceedinr with them. 3c:ds of every dese'iption connected with the trade, incuding the zoetup-to-date makes of watches rub misted for approval Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, VARRIER and" CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lug:sre received and promptly delivered. Hco.es and Vehicles for hire. :Prices ressaoable ntters and Telegrams promptly attended to A. GOXALL, - Butcher, -. Bay-street, Frankston, Pamldies W.tel . n for Orders......... Prime M~at O. i! K p ................ Smat: .GOrn if Every D.?-ription Fresh Dailv Hides and Skin- B ght............... fir. ...

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Sale and Trucking Yards AT MORNINGTON. AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

Sale and Trucking ,Yards AT MORNINGTON. . AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. A communication was 'received F: from the Railway Departmeint at the Mornington council meeting last week, stating that the question of erecting trucking yards on the north side of the Mornington sta- C tion was under consideration, and 1 a reply to council's letter of protest n would be sent as early as possible. b The Secretary of the Progress. re League also wrote urging the advis- n ability of taking steps to have the " municipal sale yards built in con- t junction with the trucking yards. I about to be constructed. Cr Cainpbell outlined the actions f of the Railway Department con cerning the trucking, yards, and i said that an officer of the Railway s Department was engaged in pre- E paring a report. There were many different views held by the rate payers concerning this question, Sand the whole matter required careful consideration. He would like to see an opportunity given all interested of discussing the .matte...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

LOCAL AND U-GENERAL. SA full report of the Withers)Stevens wedding, which took place at Malvern last Wednesday, will appear next issue. ,Mr W. Myers, of "Bootle Park,', Bit. tern, advertises in this issue that he has lost 30 crossbred and merino ewes, and gives particulars of same. The Frankton football team will be entertained bylMr W. Schultz at a smoke night at thie Pier Hotel, Fraukston, this (Saturday) evening. Alex. Scott and Co. advertise a clear ing saln of stock, implements, etc., at Shoreham, on Monday, September 25th, on account of Mr W. J. lMcLeod. The secretary of the Frankston foot ball club acknowledges donations of 10s Gd from Mr Millard, also gold medal from Mr T. J. Ballautyne. The old Catholic church, at Morning ton, which was sold some time back, was removed fom Mornington to Carram on Wednesday last by Mr W. McLennan, of. Fitzroy. On Wednesday, Septembe, 27th, II. D. Westloy and Co., will hold a big. sale of 1859 acres in the estate of the late Chas. Wright. Par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

HELPED CIIILDREN THROUGH WINTh'R. "Tn my opinian children's colds should never be neglected," writes MIrs MI. E. Ellbourn, Piper-st., South Broken Hill, N. S. W. My tw?rrons. Arthur and Frank, were always catching colds dicing the winter montllh, but I mananci to get them through the winter by the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If either of them wakens up coughing I always give him a do-e of Chr.mberlain's Cough Remedy, which has always been successful in ridding them of the usual winter colds."' Sold by all tsorekeepers When you write to advertisers just mention that you saw their advt. in this paper. We'll be grateful if you will do so. He walked ten miles in a blinding storm, Which tilled his wife with great alarm ; That he would come to grevious harm She felt so sure. Next day he had no hacking cough; At influeonza he could scoff ; He'd taken just to ward it off Woods' Peppermint Cure. AT THE -SOUTH YAN YEAN ASiE - FACTOFRY ORDERS are now being received for EXPORT OASES for ...

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Mornington Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. CR BARRETT ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

Mornington Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. CR BARRETT ELECTED PRESIDENT. The ordinary meeting of above was held on Thursday of last week, when there were present-Crs Flood, Barrett, Lobb, Alston, Grover, Stephens, Griffeth and Campbell. Cr Flood was voted to the chair. The president's allowance was fixed at .5. ELECTION OF PIRE-IDENT. Crs Lobb and- Alston movedthat Cr Barrett be elected president for the ensuing year. Cr Griffeth nominated Cr Step hens, as being entitled to the position. He was in favor of the office going around. Cr Stephens was popular with ratepayers, and his selection would give general satisfaction.-Cr Campbell sec onded the motion!- Cr Grover sup ported Cr Stephens' nomination, as an old councillor and one who had never occupied the chair.-Cr Bar --t was in accord, and though self, would like the 1 -"tion of President to be on a unanimous vote, and would therefore support Cr Stephens. The motion in favor of Cr Barrett was then withdrawn. Cr Stephens said he wa...

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OAKLEY—ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

OAKLEY-ROGERS. An interesting and very pretty wedding was celebrated at Frankston last Wednesday, the contracting parties being Mr Bert Oakley, second son of Mr and Mrs O. Oakley, of Brunswick, and Florrie, third daugh ter of Mr and Mrs G. E. Rogers, of Frankston. The ceremony took place in the Methodist church, which had been very artistically decorated by friends of the bride and bridegroom. The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. Jas. Lowe. Robed in white silk, trimmed with lace, tucked chiffon and silver braiding, with orange blossom and veil, the bride looked captivating as she walked down the aisle to the strains of 'The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden. The choir, strengthened for the occasion, also rendered "0 Perfect Love." The bridermaids were Misses Winnie Rogers, Nellie Wil liams, Dolly Rogers and Vera Oakley, with little Dudley Roberts (nephew of the bride) as page boy. The brides maids were gowned in white silk, trimmed with lace and tosca net, and carried violet bouquets. ...

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Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

Market Reports.: Cleanng sale, Shoreham Monday, 25th Feptember,-Alex. Scott. and Co.;.auctioneers, Dandenong, . report having held a very successful sale for Mr W. J. McLeod, when they disposed of the whole of his cattle, horses, etc., at highly satisfactory prices. rows to £5 12s Gd, 2 farm horses £80 10a and £27 10s, jinkor £19, disc harrows £8 10s, and -sundries at equally good prices.

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A HINT TO THE WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

A HINT TO TIlE WISE. A man i+ saldnm siek when his bowels are regu'ar and never wall when they are irregular. RIear th's in mind and take Chamb?alhin's Tablets as occasion may require. -Tn?re is nothnlg better. They are mild and gentle in their action and are pleasant to take . Try them and you will never wish to take another dose of pills.

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The Frankston Tennis Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

The Frankston Tennis I Ball. Excitement reigned at Frankston, for the news hadl passed aroImd - - That the Tennis Club were going to lhl1d their ball ; - - " And everyone was dressin --real quaint costumes they had foln, For they knew there'dbb 'some pleasure Vi in it all. . . W The hall sas looking.splendid, anl actual tt work of art, ti (For the taste of Fronkston ladies is well l known) ; As the sweet strainsof the music stirred the blood and warmed the heart, There was love and passion blended in its n tone. . tl Gay were the merry dancers-a laughing it merry throne- As their light reet gaily tripped across the flour, . When a dark and swarthy gipsy canme i "Picking" Iher way along, And laughing at the "trousers" one girl C wore. The Pierrettes both waltzed softly, gaz. I ing out from hallf-losed eyes, At the 'Doctor"' as lie blithely whirled about : And "Folly" danced with scienco-"the t foolish with tlhe wise," 'Whlilst "Havelock Tobacco" many pointed out. And the very learned...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

TYABB. The annual meeting of the local cricket club wvas held on Friday last, where there was a fair atten dance of members and others. The President, Cr Cole, was in the chair, and the balance-sheet was sub mitted, showing an income of £13 19s 3d, expenditure £13 12s 8d, leaving a credit balance of 6s 7d. The report for the. past season showed that the club had played 17 matches, won 12, and lost 5. The double figure batting avsrrages are as follow :-D. Reid, 34.5; J. D. Grant, 21.6; A. E. Denham, 17.81 ; H. Denham, 16.6 ; F. Mills, 14.54; F. Floyd, 12.28; G. Slo combe, 11.25 ; A. T. Noble, 10.25. Bdwling averages for 7 wickets or over-R. Lester, 9 for 51, aver. 5.6; F. Mills, 36 for 290, aver. 8.05 ; A. E. Young, 27 for 239, aver. 8.85 ; F. Floyd, 29 for 261, aver.9 ; J. T. Baker, 25 for 274; aver. 10.96; T. Mentiplay, 15 for 165, aver. 11. The office-bearers for the ensuing season were elected (the majority being re-elected) :-President, Cr G. G. Cole; vice-presidents, Messrs Krc...

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OAKLEY—ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

OAKLEY--ROGERS. The following is a list of the presents received -:- ..t,..: * : Bridegroom to Bride, Gold cable brace let Bridegroom to Bridesmaids, Ruby brooches Bridegroom to Page, Silver mounted cane Mother of Bride, Cheque Father of lBride, Cheque Mother and Father of Bridegroom, Sideboard Miss W. Rogers (sister of bride), Case of cutlery Mis D. Rogers (sister of bride), Fancy swork Mr L Rogers (brother of bride), Din ner set Master Stan Rogers (brother of bride), Vases Mr and Mrs Rogers (sister of brideo) Cheque Miss Vera Oakley (sister of bride groom), Set of canisters Miss Wells and Mr G. Oakley (brother of bridegroom), Silver tea service and butter dish ' Mr and Mrs Taylor (sister of -bride groom), Tea set Mr and Mrs 0. Oakley (brother of bridegroom), Bedroom set Mr and Mrs, and Misses-Denham, Silver cake dish Mr and iMrs Woods, Silver coal scuttle sugar basin " Mr and Mrs G. Freeman, Handsome jardiniere on stand Mr and Mrs II. Freeman, Table linen Dr and Mrs Maxwell, Silve...

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The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

The Stud. The following horses are advertised in the "Standard" to stand in the district this season: Bravo, Mr G. H. Grindal's well known Olydesdale,. Fitz Bel!s, Mr G. W. Booth's beau. tifully ored trotter. Dandy, Mr P. Purves' staunch, and shapely pony. Centrewood and Shepherd Lion, .lr Gonsm's well-lred Clydesda!es. Tit Willow, MIr Walter Cairn's champion. Pagliacci, Mr T. H. Sage's thorough bred of much renown. When you write to advertisers just mention that you saw their adrt. in this paper. We'll lp grateful if you will do'so.

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Mornington Municipal Sale Yards. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

Mornington Municipal i Sale Yards. PUBLI9 MEETIN3. That the public appreciated being I taken into the confidence of the Morn ington Shire Council in matters. of vital import was fully verified by the whole-hearted response accorded to the President's invitation issued a through our columns to the ratepayers s and persons interested to meet and a discuss the advisability of having t municipal sale yards in conjunction I with the proposed trucking yards at the railway station. About 160 deeply, t interested men assembled. Cr Campbell ably opened the debate in "the affirmative, setting out at length the main advantages to lhe gained by such an arrangement. He I contended that Whilst the residents of Mornington and district could never lose sight of the fact that Mornington was a seaside resort and that from the visiting element they derived a fair measure of their revenue, it should be their aim to be self-supporting and to\ stand in the strength of their pro duction. He felt sure that...

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School Concert AT OSBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

School Concert AT OSBORNE. As briefly mentioned ini our last issue a most enjoyable and highly suc cessful concert was held at the Osborne State school on Friday, Sep tember 1st. A full house assembled in anticipation of hiving a right good time, nor were they disappointed. Mr Downward .M.L.A., took the chair, and gave an entertaining and in structive address touching on the early history of Osborne and the surrounding district. Misses J. Sherlock and -N. Nutting opened the programme with a pianoforte duet, enititled "Les Mus cadims"; song, 'The Bell Bird' by six scholarzs (Misses Alice Coxhell,- Dolly Coxhell, Annie Thorne, Elsie Thorne, Annie Donnelly and Daisy Coxhell) was well rendered ; Miss L. Taylor ana Mr Boardoman gave a humorous lecture, 'Mrs Caudle had gone to town to see her dear mamma-Caudle on the joyous ocession had given a party and issued invitations.' Miss Tay. lor's acting was much admired The next item was a vocal duet by Miss B. Nutting and Mr Proby, entitled 'T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

A MOTHER'S PRAISE. There is no better madicine made for children than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs Greig, of Rowntree Street, Balmain, Sydney, mn the following letter tells other mothers about it :--'"iy two children have derived great benefit from taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy; they. both suffered from colds, but Chamberlair,'s Cough Remedy afforded them instant'selief, and by the time two bottles were taken a cure was effected. I can thoroughly reco.nmend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to mothers whosechildren suffer from any kind of coughs or colds.', Sold by all storekeepers. ENGLISH CHOLERA CURED. "Recently a customer of mine called into purchase some goods, and was vio. lently attacked with English Cholora," writes L. M. Morrir, Otahuhu, New Zea. land. "I induced him to take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr hcas Remedy, which lmmediately effected a cure. I might add, that on nlumerous occasions I have used Chamberlain's Diarrh?(a Remedy this way and it has h...

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Footballers' Smoke Night. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

Footballers' Smoke Night. Mr W. Schultz entertained about 5a players and supporters of the Frankston f.otba!l club at the Pier Hotel on S ltuaray night, the pather ing taking th, f,,nn of a smoke night. The chair was occupied by Mr J. B. Jolly, supported by the captain of the team (Mr B. Baxter) and the host. The chairman propo-ed 'The Penin subI Premiers of 1:t11,' and gave credit to the team for the good football they had p'ayed right through. They were always a hard team to bear, and in going through the season with only two defeats had put up a record for Frankston. They had done welt, but he advised the team not to be carried away on -the wave of prosperity, as ther were always liab!e to s'rike a 'drought sea-on.' The juniors should be eno.uraged, as they provided the material f,,rcoming years. He wished the Frankston club continue-I success. (Applause.) The to?st was supported by .Mesrs H. Cameron, R. and A. Walker. Mr Ben. Baxter, captain of the team, responded. He sail he fe...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. A £25 SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

Frankston New Year's Day Sports. A £25 SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. There was an attendance'of 25 at a meeting on Friday tveniug last 'to frame the programme for the forth comi, g sports. A long discussion took place on the advisability of increasing the'prize money in the Sheffield handi cap. Mesrs Jolly,.O. Pettit, Picking, Ritchie, Dalman and Benson urged the raising of the amount, and a motion that it be £25 was finally altered to £20, which was carried. Mr Jolly then volunteered to collect amongst enthusiasts in pedistrianism anl ad ditional £5, making the total £25. It was pointed out that last year the sheffrld,ewaa,thab et paying.+racee .4.as entries was conerned, the £12 10s offered returning £7 10s in entries and acceptances. For the big race next New Year's Day it was decided to charge 3s G:1 entry and 3s Gd ac ceptance. The other events included were on the lines of last year, with the excep tion that the district bicycle race was omitted, and the footballers' race prize increase...

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FLINDERS SHIRE ADVERTISING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

OUR LETTER-BOX. I (We do not necessarily identift ourselves. with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) FLINDERS SHIRE ADVERTIS ING.: TO TIIE EDITOR. Sir,-It seems ridiculous to Ile, b~. aides showing the ratepayers no con sideration whatever, that important shire liotices should-not be in-er'ted in the '.tandard,' seea by so in-lly ra e payers. I. think the late shire sere. tary was quite right in sending adver tisements to' the "Standeu d," and lie should know more about the L-cal Government Act than cuncillors. I have it from in old and experienced councillor that the secretary in his action rwas quite right, as under, the Local Government Act (about which councillorsseem to talk so much) a shire secrelary is liable to a big pen. alty if lie does not carry it out, even if otherwise instructed. Now, I be lieve the Act says certain statutory notices must be advertised in a paper - enerldy citcula'ingg in tin Iuunicipa i lity. A few dozen copies is not 1 'generally circulating...

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Dandenong Shire Council. THE "ADVERTISER'S" METHODS CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

Dandenong Shire Council. THE "ADVERTISER'S" ME. THODS CDNDEMDNED. At the meeting of the above council on Monday last, the question of an electric light supply for the shire was again brought forward. Cr Abbott moved that the council take into con sideration the advisability of allowin any company to supply electric light in Dandenong. In speaking to tihe motion, the mover said that the report of the conncil meeting in a previous issue of a section of the local press was an insultto the councillors and rate payers generally, It was full of wrong statements anti incorrect constructions; in fact, if the paper (Cr Abbott read the extract) was going to continue such tactics, it would be advisable for the council to consider the question of not allowing that office to'do any shire printing or advertising. He (Or ..bbott)waareorry-eyh.ahisevopponent (Mr Swords) it -the recent ele tioi still felt sore over his defeat, but he should not allow that personal spleen to interfere with couccil re...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911

MO1ININOTON. 1-H -rrison. L 2-Korner, W A,auchoneer 3-OYaoiman, Mrs

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