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Correspondence. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) SHOREHAM FOOTBALLERS AN ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Correspondence. (We do not necessarily ident fy ours ives with the opinions espressed Iy corr spondents.) SHOREHAM FOOTBALLERS AN ENQUIRY. (Tro T nk -nrnoa o0.raHEa STANDARiy.ý Sir, Wi" ha as become of the' Shoreham footballers They seem to be entirely bereft of any sportsmanlike spirit. The Flmindersi'football club having honoured i, them by visiting them early in the.:season, it was but natirally expecied td.hat they would return the compliment, but they seem to be ciinpletely rid of any. sportsman like feeling in the matter.. I should suggest that -they should" spend their time in bed, and order a'. cartload lof mustard plasters from Melbourne straight away. IT hope those concerned will take this letter. in the :friendly waiy it is intended, ahd.. next season we will endeavour to Set them a race course, which is less: likely to injure their pretty limbs.. If this; is not acceptable perhaps they could manage to get a hop. scotch .team to visit our local state school.--Yours, etc.,...
The late J.S. Butler Fund [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
The late J. S. Butler Fund BELOW will be found a list of contribu tors to the fund in aid of the widow of the late Mr Butler. The amount of £71 13a Gd was handed to Mrs Butler on Wednesday of last week by Dr. Somers and Cr J. G. Barrett. It speaks volumes for the charit ableness of the Mornington and district folk that such a large amount was ob tained: Th3 list is as follow :--Mr E. S. Gotch 5 Os ; Ir G. P Mdlls £3 3+; Dr. Somnera, I)r. A.'chis it. Me:s sol. aughan, H..rris.J. u. UG.ov.r.J.hL. a?rb.sta. P;e t dent S1it all. S11ornane, Lntes. Derham, B. ard, J .. Barrett, S. P. l'ow?send. and .Mrs F. l·ibill Cole, £2 2.' elch ; Rev. Father ".agan £2; Mrs i , Mr- m:b. Mrs Caldwell, Cr. Stu .Ie is, Or 'l.d? (Somervitle), and Mos?rs D .w w.d nV S. C.ol:. .1 L'vingst.ne, 1,. 1. Huter. A.laney. B, Usshe., kh.iton, WI'. . ford. J. A. i. Moran, . Mu: :_y, . ..m- - ville), W. Frost, D. J. B. 'I'ant, Iutte Clark, and Rev. D. A. Macdougall, £ Is each; Mrs J. G. Barrett, and Mr D. M. Aitken, £...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Public= Notices.. -_ E i'rankston .:. Goffee' = Palace UNDER ENTIRELY NEW AMANAGEMENT, Mr . Lamplugh, PROPRIETRESS H. BUNNEY, Bay Street, Frtnkston, ...Stocks a frst-class Assortment of... Groceries Dairy Produce Frui Crockery Confectionery Vegetables Soft Drinks &c. Melbourne Prices, Cleanliness, Civility ...and Attention.... All Goods of Best Quality. A TraliSohicited. Satisfaction guaranteed Misses Benton K ...Beg to Notify that they have started... Dressmaking, &c. -On the Premises of Mrs. Parsons, MAIN STREET, Mornington. -INGING AND PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. ! R3I : -- Disphramatic Breathing a8;tl Siring., L 10s per term of half-hcar e,.-h we-ik eleven weeks);. L. 2s per arm of tno half-hours. Piano-L1 10s per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES ieneral Storekeeper, CARRUTI, .OR GROCERIES, DRAPERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES. &e. BRAN, CHAFF. .OAT, .BARLEY, WHEAT, POLLARD, POTATOES, AND ALL GRAIN" KEPT IN STOCK. All Goods at Lowest Mar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
PublicI Notices. A. GOXALL, -- Butcher, - ] Bay-street, Frankston, a. lFamlies Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept .................. Small Goods of Every Description t Fresh Daily. L [ides and Skins Bought.............. BUY NOW CLEARING LINES, suitable for Winter Trade. MILLTINERY, e LACES, t DRESS GOODS, f, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's S'ores.. ............FRANKSTON. 7 SEstablished 1870. ...... ALL- LINBS...... BOOTS, DRAPERY, Ac., &c. "My :Boys " Butchery, FRANKSTON C None but the Choicest Meat kept. SHALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. Fam-ilies Waited on For Orders Daily. HIDES AND SKINS BOUGHT. Prime Poultry Always on Hand. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE. ti SW Note the' Address- OEO. BARNETT '" My Boys " Butchery, " YOUNG STREET. FRANKSTON. IRANKSTON CO ACH FACTORY. E ANNIE CAMERON (Late JOHN CAMERON), Coaochbuilder, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, etc. AGRICULTURAL I? RLEMENT - MAKER. - Painting and Trimming a Speciality. Order attended to with promptness and despat...
Peninsula Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Peninsula Football Asso ciation. A meeting of the above was held at the Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Thursday evening last. There were present-Mr L. Harrison (vice-presi dent, in the chair), and delegates Griffiths and Hazeldine (Dromana), Cohen and Menck (Mornington), Mar tin and Monk (Somerville),t Knox and Whitehead (Hastings), and Willox and Jostlear (Frankstoh). ie resignation of Umpire Hutchins wa` Acceptedwitth'Bregret. '1Thi.plrs. Brown also resigned, but in a second letter he withdrew. It was resolved that his withdrawal be accepted. Hastings withdrew their protest regarding one of the Frankston players, who was said to be W. Pidoto, of the Fitzroy Trades, playing with Frankston under an assumed name. Mr Pidoto forwarded a letter, stating that in the interests of fair plar, he had never played with Frank ston or any other Peninsula club. The Frankston de'egates also had ad ditional proof that no foothaller played under an assumed name against Hastings on 4th July. The semi-f...
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
LANGWARRIN. Quite a chapter of accidents occurred here during the last fortnight. Mrs Park, while driving home from Cran bourne last Monday week in company with her daughter, son-in-law, and their little child, of two years, fell heavily from the vehicle. Mrs Park' received a terrible shaking, and has since complained of severe pains in one shoulder and down the side, which is causing some alarm. A second ac cident happened on Saturday afternoon last, at a working bee held by the Pro gress Association, when Mr A. J. Clarke's horse was-thrown down while carting sand. However, no damage was donze beyond breaking the shaft of the dray. On the evening of the same day, while Mr and Mrs C. Murray and several others were journeying to Frankston to a concert, the horse fell on some newly-spread metal, breaking the shaft of the cart, and threw some of the occupants out with great force. Mrs Murray appeared to be the most unfortunate; she received a bad shak ing, and several bruises. The othe...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
LOCAL AND GENERAL O? cur fourth page will be found re ports of Frankrton Courat of Petty Sessions, resignation of Mr Horf.,ll, the Butler fudd, correspondence, etc. Ties Peninsula police court fixtures for next month are-Dromana, 4th;: orrento, 5th; Mornington, 6th; and .Frankston, 24th inst. T's?Ea are still rumours in different parts of the Peninsula relative to the Defence Department requiring a long ran?e for artillery practice. It is said the deportment is favourably inclined to ac quire the portion of the foreshore between Cape Schanck and Sorrento. Many visits of inspection by responsible officers have been made, and no doubt something de finite will be known in the near future. THnRE is to be opposition for the muni cipal elections next month in' the shire of Mornington. In our advertising columns this morning ex-Cr W. Curwen-Walker notifies those who signed the requisition that he has much pleasure in acceding to their request. The retiring members are Councillors'Bradford,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
For the Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Franaston BOAnT sWan , 1 -..-. ...- . : : t ~ Ai St eamnable .tquiuements. -Every Customer Well Served. PRICES, RIGH . GOOD GOODS HOE OPESANDALS thi Beach. LADIES' AND GENTS.' IGHT bOOTS .& SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXEOCUTED SOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce in Stock. IRVINE'S HOT 8 COL" - = " ý fit t SEA WATER BATH S. r4rr ,,, (Hot) I VINE'S ROYAL BATHS. (Cold) MORNINGTON : OPEN DATILY fromn Sunrise 'to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING 'HOURS ENTLSE . . . . ..... .. From 6 "a.m. to 8.30 a.m. a&DIEB .. ... ... ... ... ... .. 10a.m. to 1 p.m. J-ADIES ... .N . .. ... ... , 3.30,, 'to 5 ,, TLME ... ... ...- ... ,. ,, ,, o 6.30 LIBERAL %ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. - -H1EA RBiNE'S BRONCIICHITIS .H.EL CURE,. The Famous Remedy for Couaohs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma & Consumption ...
RYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
RYE LY- We regret to have to report the death of Mr Charles Myers, of this township, a late officer of the police, after a residence here of over twenty years. His death was caused by a very bad attack of influenza, and although skilfully treated by Dr. Weld, of Dromana, the disease had got too firm a hold before the doctor was con sulted. Deceased was buried on Monday, the 20th inst., his funeral being attended by a good number of the inhabitants of the district. As there has been a sum of £120 voted for repairs to the jetty, it is hoped that a start will soon be made, for it is in a most dangerous and dilapidated condition. It requires new planking all along, and some of the piles are in a very unsafe state. The inhabitants are looking forward anxiously for the commencement of the work so ur gently required.
District News MOORODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
District News MOOROODUC! The large bridge repairing contracts recently let by the shire of Mornington, and secured by two local residents, have now been commenced. The tim ber for their use has been hewn in the valuable forests of Red Hill, and hav ing been hauled to its destination, the contractors are now starting operations in earnest; quite a procession of carts laden with "tucker," bedding, tools, etc., passed along one of our principal thoroughfares, and caused consterna tion amongst many of the curious, until it was rumored that the passing show was only from the back blocks, heading for the sea, where they are to re-deck a bridge thatwill act as a grand stand for the nobility of Mornington to view the passing of the American fleet up the Bay. One of the party has had great experience in large bridge building works in Tasmania, having helped in the • construction of three large railway bridges over the Derwent, and another riAlway, pile mile long.- With this vast experience w...
An Australian Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
An Australian Industry. For the past five years Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been manufsc tured. in Australia, and we believe they are the only purgative pills on the market that are made in this country by the proprietors. Most other pills are made by manufacturing chemists and sold in bulk to the speculative pill companies to be boxed and labelled. We take no chance of this kind with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and we know that the formula does not vary one-hundreth part of a grain. We a'so know that the ingredients are up to the standard, both in strength and quality. The crude material is imported direct, being ground by our own machines in our American laboratory, where the greatest care is observed in the selec tion of the Roots and Game from which this crude material is made. We have both in Sydney and Wellington (New Zealand) up-to-date plants for the rmanufacture of these pills, and shonid any of oar friends be interested we will be only too pleased to show them th...
DROMANA v. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
DROMANA v. FLINDERS. The Flinders footballers journeyed to Dromana on Saturday last to play a match against the locals. The after noon was fine and the playing ground in good order. Edwards captained the visitors, and J. Wilson the locals. In the first quarter the visitors-were kept constantly on the defensive, whilst the locals set up a vigorous attack. At the change of ends the scores were - Dromana 3 goals 9 be hinds; Flinders, 1 behind. In the second term to make the game more interesting, E., Rudduck played for the visitors. The third quarter was more evenly contested, Dromana scor ing 1 goal to Flinders 5 behinds.. In the last term the locals had things pretty well their own way, and the final result was-Dromana, 12-15; Flinders 2-6. The goal-kickers for the winners were-G. McLear 3, J. Wilson 2, S. George 2, Rudduck, Wyatt, Counsel, J. McLear and Lacco; &nbsp; for Flinders-Blaubaum (2). Boyle umpired impartially. For the winners, besides the goal-kickers, good footbal...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
SORRENTO. There was great excitement here on Friday morning, the 19th inst., when it was reported that a whale was in the Bay and had got stranded about a mile-and-a-half out in front of the pier. A party of adventurous spirits soon got together, composed of store keepers, publicans, butchers, saddlers etc., and under the guidance of a cele brated local fisherman-like the "Three Sailors of Bristol City,"-they took a boat and went to "see," and to parody the "Whalers' Yarn," The boat was launched, the lines all stowed, And the skipper cried with glee; Now, bend to your oars with a will, my men And soon that whale we'll see. &nbsp; They struck the spot, but no whale did go With a harpoon in its tail, For oh ! and alas, there was no fish ! and they Did not catch that whale, brave boys! They did not catch that whale ! For when they got to their desti nation it turned out to be the top of a sand-bank, exposed by an excep tionally low tide, and what had been taken for a whale's fl...
Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. MONDAY, JULY 20. [Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M. C. V. G. Williams, W. Crawford, and Capt. Woodhouse, J.'sP.] SCHOOL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Frankston Court of Petty Sessionis. MONDAY, JULY 20. &nbsp; [Before Messrs head Murphy, P.M., C. V. G. Williams, W. Crawford, and Capt. Woodhouse, J.'sP.] SCHOOL. CASE. Joseph Unthank was fined 5s'.for not sending his child to school the re- quired number of days per quarter. NON-VACCINATION. A case against .A. H. Patterson, for not' having his child vaccinated, was adjourned for 8 weeks, a doctdr's certificate that the child was uinfit to be vaccinated being put in. A DISHONORED PROMISSORY NOTE. H. G. Gamble v. E. A. Henderson, a claim for £8 12s 6d, amount of dis honored promissory note. An order was made for the amount with 20s costs. DESERTING HIS CHILDREN. Wim. Marshall, remanded for the fourth time on account of ill-health, was "charged with deserting his five children at Frankston, aged from 11 years.to 1 year and 8 months. Elizabeth Matthews, aged 73, mother-in-law of 'defendant, deposed that Marshall left the five children with her in February last, and only £4 had ...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CONTINUE their subscriptions. 2. If Subscribers order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until ABnEsas are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals :o be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the. papers are. sent to their former direction, the subscribers aro'responsible. 5, Ifsubscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NoTlCcto the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking i_, otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri ber will be responsible unless an express nqte, and payment of arrears.
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
LANIdWARRIN. The Progress Association held another successful working bee on Saturday last. About fourteen work-' ers, with three horses and drays, and scoop, put in an appearance, and did excellent work. Mrs W. Oates, MArs H. Oates, and Mrs S. Corlett very kindly provided afternoon tea, inl abundance. and many thanks are due to the kind ladies for their trouble. T lie visit of the Premier (Sir Thomas Bent) to this district in the near future, is looked forward to with pleasure, and it is to be hoped that his impression with the locality will be so favourable that his consent to con struct a railway to Pearcedale can be obtained. For ChroniciChest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Curo. is. 6d
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
HOW TO IHELP YOUR DISTRICT. Talk about it Write about it Buy all you can in it Remember that byassistingtradespeople you help the place alone Purchase and assist your LOCAL PAPER, for by so doing you further the best inte rests of the Peninsula Treat strangers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions Elect good reliable men to all public positions, not because they strain them selves for popularity, but on account of workshops and other business places are building up the district, and they should be encouraged-sapeoially the PRsINTRa. An 'eminent American authority writes of the country press in tilhe following pointed words : "It is the duty of the people of every district to support a local paper. where there is one. It works every issue in their interest, takes up their grievances, urges their require ments, gives prominence to their in dustries and institutions, and makes their locality known to outsiders. The poorest and most wretch...