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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

SOBBENTO. 1-Continental 2-Allan, J D 3-Smith, I1 B H 4-Smith, W S H S-Goodall, John 6-Lombard, J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

Stud Uoticzs. 1 IHorse - Owuers ( 3. Seru·e fIe Wi:.- i Iubli,' t} fo" ':L· it Stud So:ice-i~- 1.;Jiie t -in~ in THE STANDARD Wki I- hr, s irreani'r;ý,,cirecaa wa tLrcor-tcat the reninsula. Stud = Cards Neatly, Cheaply, & Expeditiously PRINTED AT THE *STANDARD OFFICE. TY~n T Y ý TT v ^. lý "ý 7 YTTTTT'T1' TT TH" PUHE CLYDESDALE STALLION . --BRAVO TILL ",and th? rea.onu t "P rrows Oreen," MOOT00DUC (near State SF4oel}, and tr".v thb, uroueding Districts. Sire H?o. p arre Clyde-date Her%, dam Madam. g dam by Sir William (imp). TFF.M -- t 3e.--Ha f p~r ,,: at rerice, +nd balance when mare proves in foal Erver care taken but :o re-slrsinhlity icnurred G. H. GRINDAL, Owner Agent for Dalgety and Co., Live Stock Insurance HARNESS HORSRSE, Fitz - Bell TY ABBEY BELLS. To Stand this Season. Fa:I P':isculars and Terms from FARMfI 3M ?AGER. 'Cicklewood," Fsankston. To Stand this Season at Green Hlle, ROSEBUD, Thl. WeRl.known Pry Stall'on DANDY, _D . Y a is a splendik built dapple S'y P....

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Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Alex. Scott and Co. report a heavy yarding of milkers and springers, and prices showed a decided improvement on late quotations. Some of the principal lots were :-Milkers-One at £6 12s Gd, two to £6 7s Gd, two to £7 15, three to £7 17e Gd, one at £8 2s Gd, two to £8 5s, one at £8, one at £7 l5s, four to £7, one at £7. Springers-Six to £7, seven to £7, one at £5 2s Gd, one at £5 15s, one at £6, one at £5 15s. 'Store cattle -A-rerr ymugLmrpricO-ualb equa to ?ast week. Pigs-A fairly good supply, and prices all round were very much in favor of buyers. Quotations: Bacon-Heavy prime to 48s, medium 42s to 45s, light 3hs to 41s, pork, heavy, 28s to 81s, medium 25s to 27s, light 22s to 24s, stores to 11s, slips to 18s, suckers 8s to 10s, inferior 5s to: 7s. Calves-Short supply, and prices brisk; best quality to 30s, others 20s, small from 5s.

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CRICKET. FRANKSTON CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

S CRICKET.:.: FRANKSTON. CLUB'S- ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above club was held in the Mechanics' on Monday last, when there were present :-Dr Maxwell (in the chair), Messrs Robertson, Plummer, Willox, H. McComb, Dalman, Ben son, Patterson, E. and J. Reynolds, Batterham, Stephenson, F. Plow man, Dr Plowman, and B. Baxter, jun. (hon. sec.) The election of office - bearers resulted :-- Presi dent, Dr Maxwell; Patrons, Messrs E. L. Vail, W. T-tley, Dr Plow man, W. Schultz, and C. G. V. Williams; vice-presidents, Messrs lMasterton, G. Grice, Richardson, Booth, Dial, Bates, Kemp, Collins, Garrood, Ritchie, Oates, Baxter, sen., Robertson, Hay, Dickenson, Buick, Utber, and Grimwade; general committee, Messrs Mason, A. Box, W. Pettit, Harley, Shan non, Dalman and Batterham; match committee, Messrs Robert son, A. Box, Baxter, jun., H. McComb and Benson ; secretary and treasurer, Mr B. Baxter, jun. t It was decided that captain and vice-captain be elected by the teams at the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

LACK OF ENERGY. If you lack energy, du;'t relish your food, feoll dull :and conshpatod, all you need is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They will make you feel like a new man, and give you a healthy appetite. They will do you more good than a Is bottle of tonic. Sold by all storokeepers. a For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1s Od W ANTED Known, that JOB PRINT ING of all descriptions can be executed at the STANDARD Office. Support local industry, give us a trial, and keep your money in the district. COFFEY BRos., FAMOUS YEIICLES AND- IARNESS Hundreds to choose from. New and Secondhand CASH or TERMS. 87' Qheeei Strtee, Melbourre, aidtl 630 G~iurc' Street, Ricl?~moxd. REMOVAL NOTICE. - THE LEADIN " BUTOHER . J. W. Doherty, MORNINGTON. Wishes to intimate to his numerous customers th it he has Removed into his New and Commodious Premises (next A. Nunn and Sons), Main Street, and hopes by strict attention to merit a continuance of their patronage. Only Meat of the Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

Thursday, 12th October. G At 1 'dek,*o r p rmi-ei ýIIEELDON If IlutSE, rr SHOREHA1VM. -- 0 tLL.-rrval 'a c fi the rl,,d?Vhhl Furn-i t re aand LCirts, attile. ..r. -. F:armin g L 1;It' .DLEY and C(:RiTAIN l'ROittlE- F T i.RY ? 1.1'KlL:,. 1 :r Q?n?n.n i.treaet f/ -H .E are.r d i:,tructi,,- to ?.ll hy C 1- Anti,-n :- a...e,t, I Ilou-reIl I h F:r.ityre, etc. , ripri-i2 - l.---in ?-rm anl Pt?I?ier Furniture, J I tt ,, lI P h , h. i 'w n , G la- , 3 China. Kitchen tensil':i alo I Aib.t.tt E y.Jinkle .pringl alt, iantss. adhlik . 'oui., Cows, g aal-ve.. Panltrv, et -. C: 7::; ýa :rer=:- t: Sale fromn 0e I 'Cick. t TERM'S CA-II. LUS CICEO% PROVIDED. Frankston and District. At 31trk I:r ly' Au ,e:i,,n R ?,m+. RIay :t, Fraiaclt,?, au 1.e Or C0c lk on Saturday, October 21st. SALE 1;Y AUCIION. PATli ERl O.N. R SEY and CO andl SalAI:K IR 'i ,Y, in o',junetion. will sell, th r,,::_h th ir anetio eeTr (J.L. l'arkt.s), the t 'i!.ztg deirable prnpertie : ORCHARD BLOCKS. In 3 aen-i f :t 37 and 7 acre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER -'Clydebank." MORNINCTON, Executes all ki:d of WATCH, CLOCK JEWELLERY and SPECIAL REPAIRS. Galies and keys fitted. Orders can be left with Messrs Annear Bros, lIrning. to:: Mr Rudduck, Dromana; Messrs Nunn and Sons, Somerville; or Car riers. Mesrs Cairns and Williams, who pass - Clydebank" daily. Estimates given for repairs, if desired, oefore proceeding with them. O3cda of every descxiption connected with the trade, ine'uding the mostup-to-dae mikes of watches sub. misted for approval- Cunstomers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcelo and mugase r.eeied and promptly delivered. . snt Vehicle: f.r hire. Price reea.s'.,le etters and Tele.rams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, -. Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited . n for Orders......... Prime Meat 0 :y K pt.................. Small Gooe! of Every Description Fresh DAi'v ide and Skin B a:ght............... Phrmaceulical...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

SPORTING. In a small way, Frankston is at once to benefit by a big sheffield. L. K Vickery, who three years ago won the Frankston Sheffield, has decided to come to Frankston to stay in the town with his trainer, with a view to training on the Frankston track for thhie.race. Ir P. Burfers, another weil- nown runnerIs also giitng ua ful consideration to Mr Vickery's idea. Donaldson has been advised of the local prize money, and it is probable that the world's record breaker, will sport silk at Fraukston. Mr Joe Hogan was in Frankston on Sunday last and booked accommo dation for 30 of his friendi for this week end, at Frankston. Mr Hogan is showing keen interest in to-day's football match. Messrs B. and E. Droban were in Frankston on Sunday last and made arrangements to board all the year in Frankston and travel daily to the city. The fame of Mir E. Drohan as a foot baller and cricketer is widely known, and it is said that he has decided to retire from first class cricket and foot ball...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

LOCAL AND CENERAL IMr David MacFarlan, of Sorrento, has been made a Justice of the Peace. The Frankston I.O.R., through the generosity of Frankston people and the efforts of their energetic worker, Mr T. Ferrier, has been able to forward £2 to the Children's Hospital. Dr Grillith, of Somerville, is now in connection by.tlophone with all stations in the Peninsula. The first message was transmitted by Cr Charles Murray from the doctor's house on Saturday. The raffle for the diamond ring and clusterear rings. in connection with the Bush Nursing Fund, and organised by Lady Madden and the Lady Mayoress, will be raffled during Cup Week, and the result duly advertised. We are pleased to mention that Mr Beiri, who so successfully managed the Mit. Martha Hotel during the absence of Madam Etzenberger for the past two years, has taken a lease of 'Parkside,' where he intends opening an -up to-date boarding house. In view of the near approach of Hospi tal Sunday, Mr Prosser desires that the Fran...

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METAL FOR THE ROADS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

.METAL FOR THE ROADS. TO ToIE EDITOR Sir,-Is there no b tter scheme to obtain a better class of metal for mak. ing and repairing roads in the shire 4 Fr many years past it appears your council has been paying a large sum annually for gravel to put on the roads, which afterwards ground to dust and blew away in the summer, or turned to mud in the winter. The securing of rood metal would be a boon, and if it cotld be crushed and put on the roads at a reasonable cost, it woul.l be a good thing. If your councillors adopted a system wherehfthey could lay down a few miles of roadway each year with suitable metal, they would be making a forward move, and the road so made would last for almost all time, and cost but very little to main tain. Inter alia, there is a small triangular block of land opposite the Flankston post office, and with the exception of finger posts which state so many miles to so and so, is vacant. Could not this be improved upon, viz., Fenced in, rockeries made, ivy gera...

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. MONTJJLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Frait growers' A-sociation was held on Monday night. In the absence of the President, the vice president (Mr G. Sh pherd) t~ok the chair. CO-OPERATION. A letter was rearl from Mrs A. L. 3L Every, the organiser of the new c-opeiative ass tiltion, that it was intended to r-gistec the company irm mediately, and asking the members to ca operate to make the nrtvement a success. .1r B rber said i, was the greatest thing the fruirgrowers had vet under taken. It was a difficu!t matter to get all growers to c i-operate, and pointed cut. the great help it would be t s fruitgrowers. DOYCASTER CONVENTION. MrChas. Grant gave a lengthy re port of the Doncaster convention. It was the 15th annual meeting For a "usnbsr of-years it was held in Mel ieWurne, bhut lately it has-been held at various fruit growing centres. Next year it i= to he held at Somerville. ir Grant said that the Rdilway Coum mnissioners held out lit...

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Botany Excursion. FRANKSTON VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

Botany Excursion. FR ANKSTON VISITED. On the afternoon of Saturday, September 30th, a considerable portion of the class in botany of the Mel bour.,e College of Pharmacy visited Fronkston for the purpose of a study of field botany. Twenty -tudents, in cildingf.ur women students, formýd th. party. The country round Frank sto'; is stated by botanical authorities to f,rm the be-t collecting ground in the State The party was met at the stat'on by Dr Plowmut, the Icturer at the college. After partaking of light refre-hments at his house they at one? eommenced work. They first Fexp'orel the heathy gr ou.:d between Kars Street anl the Hastings road, ant afterwards the high ground be von I th- extremity of Kars Street. From the hiheet eminence a magnifi cent vi-w was obtainel of the bay and surrounding country with Mount Macedon anwl the D mdenong ranges in the distanc. It was greatly ad m'r-d by the visitors, and the whole pirty was here photographed. A straiht lice across c3untry to the he...

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THE CHURCHES. ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 October 1911

THE CHURCHES. ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. The following extracts are taken from last issue of the local Church of England parish paper : ROLL OF ELECTORS. We are all 'responsible for hav ing our names 'on the Common wealth and State Rolls. The Church now expects the same from you. A roll book. will be kept by the secretaries, and may be signed in the.vestries after any of the services, or at the 'secretaries' houses. You cannot have a vote--at the annual meeting unless you sign your name in this book. Those eligible are members of the church' who are above the age of 21, and who attend church. Be sure and sign. Don't disenfranchise yourself. THE DOWNS." At last patience has its reward, and the Church has made its long and perilous, journey from Mornington. Eighteen horses, and four men, besides a telegraph line repairer, were engaged in the work. From all sides we hear congratula tions, and all are pleased with the building." The one trouble ' wa" that thehblocks had perished, and new on...

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TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

r0 KEEP YOUR TONGUJE FROM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pass, Before you speak, three gates of god. Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true )' Then "Is it needful ?"-in your mind; Give truthful answer; and the next, If you are tempted to reveal A tale to you someone has told, Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?" And if, to reach your lips at last, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. -Selected.

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The Stud. SIRES OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

; The Stud. SIRES OF THE DISTRICT. The following horses are advertised in the "Standard" to stand in the district this season: Bravo, Mr G. H. GrOndal's well known Clydesdale. Fitz Bells, .Mr G. W. Bjoth's beau. tifully ored trotter. Dandy, Mr P. Purrve' staunch and shapely pony. Centrewood and Shepher, Lion, iMr Gomnn's well-bred Clydesdales; also Bolinda, a fashionablyblted roadster. - Tit Willow, Mr Walter Cairn's well-bred roadster. Pagliacci, Mr T. H. Sage's thorough bred of much quality. Young Sir Andrew, Firth's shapely elydesdale.

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

SOBBENTO. 1-Continental 2-Allan, J D 3--Smith, H B H 4-Smitb, W S H 5-Goodall. John 6-Lombard, J

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

SOMER{VILLE. II-Griffeth, G

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

DROMANA. 1-Rudduck, E 2-Clamenger, II I3 3-South Channel Lighthonse 4--Edwards, G 8

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

MIOININ1GTON. l-Ha{rrison, L Korner, W A, auctioneer 3-O'Gorman, irs -

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911

- DROMANA. Death.-The many friends of Mr W. Gibson, one.of the oldest in habitants of Dromana, will" regret to hea|of the death of his wife, a who died on Monday evening 'last. t The aeceased lady, who was over t 80 years of age, had 1een in a . feeble state of health ,for some time. Much sympathy is felt "for Mr Gibson and his family in their I bereavement. New Trustee.-At a public meet Iing held on Saturday last, at the Mechanics' Institute, the resigna tIion of Mr Walter Gibson, as. a trustee of that institution was received and accepted with regret. Mr G.' W. Debney was unani mously elected in Mr Gibson's stead. Church Notes.-Mr W. Bennett, the missionary.of the local Prosby terian Church, was recently suc cessful in passing his first year theological examination at the Theological Hall, Ormond College. At a meeting held on Friday last, the committee of management I teno d him their. congratulations on his. succi"s: t"'Th-iianur meeting, the offer of the ladies of the congregati...

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