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Kidney Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

Kidney Troubles. It is not alone the aching back and the insipid tired feeling that has to be borne; it is the constant fear that greater ills will follow. Bright's disease, diabetes, gravel, gall stones, inflammation of the bladder, suppres sion and retention of the urine, &c. all result from diseases of the kidneys. Those who have rever been troubled know not the misery and suffering which those afflicted undergo. a ;,y Havingsuffered.exceedingly.in the past frooi the"Kidneys, general weak ness of the system, and severe head ache, which, during changes in the weather were more pronounced, and rendered life anything but pleasant," states Mr Henry Brown, 42 Kent Street, Richmond. " I may state that I tried all sorts of remedies and medicines which..did me but little good. Seeing Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills -advertised for those com plaints, I gave them a trial, with the most pleasing results for I found that the backache ceased,-I began to pick up generally, and all si.gns ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

LANCWARRIN A crowded audience attended the anniversary concert of the Methodist church on Monday evening last. In the unavoidable, absence of Rev. Mr Of the singersg-Iiss Logan received most appreciation, and her sentimental songs were encored vociferously. Miss Horsfall's selections were most appro priate, the best of which was the Song Divine she was heartily welcomed upon her reappearance, and received an encore. With Miss Barbour she also sang two duets, and we hope to hear both these young ladies again. Mr V. McGraw sang Rio Grande and the Drummer Boy; for the latter he received an encore. The popularity of Mr Larner's-songs called forth an encore, and he improved as he sang on. Mr Withers sang two solos, and for the second, Ora Pro Nobis, re ceived a decisive encore. Of the elo cutionists, Miss Hill performed well, her expression being clear and ap propriate. Miss Stevens, an old favorite here, recited with her usual success. The accompanists were Misses Hallam, Horsfall and S...

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FLINDERS. (Copies of THE STANDARD can be obtained from Mr. J. Simmonds.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

FLINDERS. (Copies of THa STANDARD Cetn be obtained from Mr 'J. Simmonds). The annual. meeting of parishioners of St. John's the..Evangelist's Church vf-En"1,d 'Sliiaders was helva.-the ~veoinr "bfrfI~tiy, 29 t h b-run-.y. A'l though the chiurch accotit for the year ending 31st December, 1908, showed a debit balance of over £5, the total revenve was not much behind other years, as a sum of over £24 netted at a garden fete held at" Clondrissie" (Mr Cooke's residence) at Easter time, had, on this occasion, been placed to a church building fund, instead of having been included in the ordinary. church receipts as formerly. The followingnflice-bearers were ap pointed : - Churchwardens, Messrs Cooke, Day, and Prebble; vestrymen, Messrs Sproule, Sharp,. Farr, Jame, Symonds, and L. Wilding. At a sub sequent vestry meeting, Mr Cooke was elected hon. treasurer, and Mr L. Wilding hon. secretary.

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Frankston Football Club ANNUAL MEETING. THE FEDERAL COMPETITION JOINED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

Frankston ' Football Club ANNUAL MEETING. THE FEDERAL COMPETITION JOINED. The annual meeting of the above club was held at Mrs Deane's on Satur day, when there was a record attend ance, the largest for many years. Dr. Plowman was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed, and the balance sheet which showed a credit balance of £1 odd, received and adopted. The election of officers resulted as follows, after a deal of discussion : Patron, Sir John Madden; presi dent, Dr. Plowman; vice presidents, Messrs Barrett, Baxter, jr, Tetley, Dr Maxwell, Schultz, G. V. Williams, Mark Williams, Kinrade, Sherlock, Pleydell, Denham. Shannon, Richard son, Cuthbert, Sheridan, Gregory, Conway, Robertson, Brody, O'Grady, Watson, Hogan Bros., W. Pettit, Millard; secretary, Mr B. Baxter junr; treasurer, Mr Mark Brody; committee, Messrs Baxter, Kennedy, and Willox; delegate to Federal Association, Mr J. Box. A vote of thanks was accorded the late secretary, Mr ...

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr. D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from 'Mr D. M:=Bett.) : There was a fair, attendance at the H.H.C. on Saturday evening last, and more would have attended, but for the uncertainty of the weather. However, a very pleasant evening was spent, and the Melbourne Hospital will benefit by several shillings more than last year, the collection amounting to £117s. About five sets took possession of the floor dur ing the.hour set apart for the dance. The following are the items of the pro gramme: - Overture, Mrs Boe; song, "Just for To-night," Miss Doris Un thank ; song, "Far Away," Mr Van; song, " My Waratab," Miss D. Denham; -reci tatioii, "The Orange and the Green," Mrs Boe ; Irish jig, Miss Heather Van; song, " That's Why I Have'nt, got 'em on," Mr Walker ; club swinging, Misses E. and D. Denham and Ilazle Van. ;-song, " Serving 'em all Alike," Mr Walker; recitation, "Mr Nobody," Miss Ada Un thank ;' ong,' "jThe Village Old;"' Mrs Boe ;:recitation. " A Letter to Mother," Mast...

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I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

I.O.R. The forty-eighth annual meeting of the Independent Order of Rechabites was heldduringlastweekat Castlemaine The proceedings were inaugurated on Sunday, February 14th, by special temperance services in the churches in the town and district, and united gatherings, to the number of 34 in all. The principal events in Castlemaine were a P.S.A. meeting in the botani cal gardens, and a united gathering in the town hall after the evening services. The District Chief Ruler,-Bro. W. H. Judkins. was unable to be present' through illness, but he senti a dictated address which was read to the con ference. In this he made special re ference to the services rendered to the cause of natural purity and righteous ness by the Hon. S. Mauger in his late capacity :as Postmaster-General. Mlr Manger, he said, set an adminis trative standard which all future Post master-Generals must live up to if they would win the country's respect and maintain their own. Mr-Wm. Bell tendered his resignas tion as ...

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RYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

R*YE It is mooted that an enterprising gentleman is considering the advan tage of erecting a commodious boarding house in this township,- and as the facilities for entertaining visitors are of a very meagre description, it wduld be a re attraction toirould-be visitors proper- attention--and -accommodation, to a greater -xtent. ,Now that the Rosebud township is going ahead by leaps-and bounds and the allotments are being readily sold to Melbourne people and others, it -is to be presumed that this township will soon have its turn now that land is. available at cheap rates, so that the steamers could be induced to call. The.. Holden Circus Company in tended to exhibit here on Tuesday, but in consequences of a heavy squall of wind occurring just as the audience had assembled, which fairly blew the structure down, the performance had to be postponed until the following evening. Luckily no casualty occurred, but it was a great disappointment to the numerous visitors and to the pro prietor...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

SORRENTO. " Linksman" in ttheHerald says: The Sorrento and Portsea Golf Club is rapidly coming into prominence. Last month a large number of metro politan golfers put in week-ends at the popular pleasure resort to enjoy the sea breeze and a round or two on the links at Portsea. On Saturday last the Sorrento Club's first monthly medal was" played for by stroke competition (9 holes). The captain, A. F. Hiskins (hdcp. 3), won with a net score of,37. His cards reads-4,5,5,4,5,4,4,4,5--40. The pre sident (3. Wright) and W;:Dark, each 46, tied for second place. The leading scores. wereF:-A. F. Hiskens, 0 (3) 4 -37 ; James Wright, 55 (9)-46; -W. Dark, 59 (13)-46 ; J. W. Kenip, - 61 (13)-48; W. K. Thompson, 62 (11) .=51 -A Casper,_._64 (13) 5 "-~rgig:7ri(13) ?5.- - Mr John Kemp, the popular hon. secretary of the club, informs me that the club's prospects are so promising that the committee is considering the advisability of applying to the directors of the" Sorrento and Portsea Golf Lands' ...

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Somerville Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

Somerville 'Show. The SomervillaShow takes place on Wednesday next, and promises to be a thorough success. Entries close on Saturday (to-daj), but late entries will be received on Monday on payment of an extra fee. Mr J. N. Marsh will also receive entries at his Frankston office up to Saturday night. The catering at theshow willbe in the hands of Mr H. Nurse. The tem perance booth will be ready at 10 o'clock, where a light luncheon may be obtained for sixpence, or a more sub stantial repast for a shilling. The State governor will perform the opening ceremony at one o'clock, and proposes motoring from the city. The energetic secretary (DIr S. S. Gault) has all details well in hand. The complete prize schedule willo be found on our fourth page.

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Shire of Flinders and Kangerong. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

Shire of Flinders and I - Kangerong. SATUREDAY, FEBRUIIRY 27TH. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Dromana on Saturday, when there were present Crs Buckley (President), Davies, Stan ley, Shaw, Chapman, Sharp and Marsden. - The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. ACcoUNTS. The finance committee recom mended payment of accounts amount ing to £82 9s 11d. TENDERS. It was decided to invite fresh tend ers returnable in 14 days for (1) metall ing on Bittern road, near Davies ;(2), forming and gravelling near Hansen's Dromana-Flinders road; anm (3), maintenance metal for Mornington road, Rock's to Hearn's bridge. CORRESPONIENCE. " J. Whiting and Sons, "Barra gunda," requesting permission to erect, under provisions of the Vermin Des truction Act, rabbit proof fence with -s?ing gates -on roa4 leading to Cape Schanck lighthouse-?Cr barpler pressed himself as favorable to the request being granted. -'Cr Stanley: Under the provisions of V.D. Act, they had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

"1 can sincerely recommend Chamber lain's Colic. CholeraandDiarrhoea Remedy to all-who are attacked with bowel com plaints,"writes Mr George Adams of- Al bury. N.S.W., '"for it is a wonderful medicine, and does al: that is claimed for it. Luckily, when out in the country a few days ago.,I had a bottle with me, for I imet a friend doiabled nearly in two with colic. -:I only gave him one dose, yet it effected an immediate cure. I always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe RIemedy by me."- For sale by all storekeepears. write : "I have found great' relief from rheumatism by applying Chamberlain's Pain .Balm. It is an excellept liniment and I strongly lecommend any "person suffering from this distressing and painful ailment to try it. My husband has alaso iised Chamberlain's Pain Balm for cuts and bruises and was delighted with the bene fit received from it." .For sale by all store= keepers. Indigestion iiearly. always`disturbsa the' sleep,' and is often .the caus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Asso c iat.ion. -eth _ -Ltt ANNNUAL = SHOW TO BE HELD IN THE Show Buildings, grounds, and Institute (?j1S"i"i .' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. Grounds open to the Public at 11 a.m. ; Buildings at 1 p.m. Op ing Ceremony to be performed by His Excellency the Governor, SIR T. GIBSON-CARMI1CHAEL, -ac 1 O'clock. LARGEST FRUIT DISPLAY in the STATE. I'llnty of Alallue?ulent, and Mide Sllhow. * Brrae Bhand. HUNTING & JUMPING EVENTS, &c., &c. -All Cattle to be paraded at 11.30 a.m. ADMISSION :-Adults is, Children (under 12) Gd. Horses Is, Vehicles Is Gd each to Ground. EXHIBITORS:-Be sure and read Rules and Regula tions and Entrance Fees at end of book, in order to avoid errors. CLASS A.-FRUIT. Stewards.-E. Martin, John Firth, J. E. Taylor, and G. Webb. OPEN COMPETITION. APPLES.-(Must be grown by Exlhibitor.) I-Collection of six varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. 1st, box of Tea, value izs. 6d., gift of Henry Berry, Esq., merchant, Melbourne; 2n...

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Frankston [?] Hastings Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

'Shire Council... The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Hastings-on` Wednesday, when there were present -Crs Baxter (president), Sherlock, Gamble, Perrote, Woodhouse, Hod gins, Murray, Griffeth, and Cole. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department of Lands and Survey, informing council that its application for the right fo collect and retain the fees for camping sites on the foreshore at Frankston cannot be entertained.-Received. From same, enquiring whether coun cil had any objection to the alienation in fee simple of section 184 as- applied for-by Mr Brown, of Mordialloc.-Cr Woodhouse objected to any reserves being given up, and moved that the department be so informcd.-,-econded by Cr Griffeth and carried. G. A. May, Hastings road, drawing attention to the deep crossing on the Mornington Junction road at Mr Jones'. A load or two of gravel on the eastern approach would remedy the trouble.-To be attended to. .Department of Public Works, re questing that, with a view to placing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

Did you Ever Stop to T'liqk That the man who puts his money into a furnishrd home builds an asset as solid and substantial as a stack of golden sovereigns ? He is possessed of a stock of Melt-respect, comfort and ownership that makes him not only worth more to himself, but worth more to the world. YOU CAN'1' KEEP THE MAN DOWN who starts a saving on this basis, and has the good sense and pa tience to see it through ; so don't put off assured CO3 FORT and HAPPINESS any longer, and when you have decided to buy, 1I AP L E S 25e, 260, 262, 264 Clarendon Street, 31ELBOURNE SOUTH, Will help you wzth she EASIEST, SAFEST, and most IHONO.IABLE credit that it is possible for any store to give, ox will furnish your home complete with 3!- in £ DISCOUNT for CASH MAPLES' £23 12s FOUR-ROOD1 VILLA OUTFIT.z£23 12s Constitutes the Prettiest, the Daintiest Home imaginable, yet Strong and Service. able withal, and Eminently Suited fo, Hard Wear. The Parlor, Dining and Bed Boon _ -: ... _'ýýitea in tlus,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

For Season's Trade C. DALAN, FIankston BO'sF STmRE, Is prepared to Fall All fas?onable Requiements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICESRIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS,. - For the Beach. TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEAtLY EXECUTED t BOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, ,Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: iChaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce; n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Ke-pt ............. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Headache, Indigestion, Consti patior and Biliousness., T.i. . niie"mensc -sri lerf or±cs for Trootoids, sent by post direct to 1:.e Pro ]-letor, is convincing proof 11.c t tl:e " ?tablic appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named con: lUnaIS. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and p!easant to take; thoy are i:ianl?rsely more valuable than an or...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. PORTIONS Of council meeting reports and other items are unavoidably crowded out of this issue. W. P. Fairlam advertises in another column an auction sale of a desirable farm and other land, to be held at Boneo on March 20. ENTITIES for the Sheffield Handicap and Hurdle Race at the. Dromaria Sports on March 17 close with the secretary on Friday next. THE municipal cricket match, Franks ton and Hastings v. Moorabbin, has been fixed to be played at Frankston on March 29th, in this issue for supplying and spreading 20 yards of screened gravel at his resi dence, Somerville. THIE full prize schedule in connection with the Dromana and Red Hill annual show, to be held on March 24, will be published next issue. TIlE following picnics take placeat Mornington this month:-Gth, Miller's Rope Works; 13th, Melbourne Saddlers; 20th, Painters and Decorators; 27th, Melbourne Building Trades'; Carlton Brewery, date not fixed. IN this issue fresh tenders are invited for the purchase ...

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 March 1909

SUMMER, TIME-.TABLE r FORS MORSINGTON PEINSULA. SMELBOURNE TO FRANIC'TON. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m a.m. a,m. Sate. Sats. Sate. p.m. p.m p.m. p.m only ex. 3lelb,dep. 7.43 810 8.42 12,20 1,12 1.18 4,35 530 8020-11,8 OCrrum 011 9,23 0.51 1.30 2.206-23. 551 0.23 7,29 12.41 F'kston, arr. 9.22."' 0 31 10.2 1.4I 2.37 2.43 0.2 6.34 7,40 12.55 FRAN1SI'ON TO MELBOURINE. Sats. Sats, a.m. n,m. p m. p.m, p.m, p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston,dep.' 7.12 830 12;17. 2.8 3.3 3.8 5.40 8.20 Carrum 7.23 841 12.28 '2,d2 3 14 3.10 5 51 8 31 Melbourne, arr, 8.32 0.48 1.,7 8.42 4.25 4.80 7,2, 9.42 1MELBOURNE TO FRAJNKSTJN. SUNDAYS. a.m.- .a.m. p.m. p.m..p.m Melb., dep, 10.45 10.55 2.25 8.0 9.30 p.m.. Carrum 11.40 12.4 3.34 7.13 10.39 F'keton, arr.11.51 12 15 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. 'SUNDAYS. a.m.' p.m.: p.m. p.m. Frankston; dep. .:' 9 20..,4.23 -8.15 Carrum . 9.33 .4.31 7.18 8.26 Melbourne,'arr. 10.42 5.42 8.26 9.36 'MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. ` .• •. Bats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... 1.18 8.42 5.30...

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TREATMENT OF CUTS AND WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 March 1909

TREATMENT OF CUTS AND. WOUNDS. Severe oute and wounds need most, eareful treatment. or blood-1oi onin, y% often prevent very bad scars. Over a punctured wound place a pad, which must be removed if inflammation ensues, to aIlow the discharge to escape. A wound ciused by a rusty nail or similar sub stance should be cut, to favour the escape of blood or foreign matter which may be left in the wound. Water that has been boiled, and pieces of old linen are always the beat to use in dressing cuts and wounds. On no account use a piece of orwashed calico for this purpose. Itolls of old linen and adhesive plaster should always be at hand where there are chil dren. Cleanse the cut from blood, dirt, and all foreign matter, then bring the edges of the wound together and apply diagonally several strips of adhesive plaster, pressing each firmly to the skin. When cotton wool is applied medicated Iptton only should be used.

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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 March 1909

THE . OUSEHOLD. In .traxZA. Somr.-Two quarts of clea? shkik; four eggs, two tablespoonfuls of ream, salt, pepper. Beat the eggs thor oughly, then add to them a gill of stack. cream, and seasoning ;'turn inml a but tered basin, cover with paper, and steen gently till quite set. When cool, turn it out and divide into squares, put into i. tureen, pour the boiling soup over, a-id serve. KEOMESKals O VFAL - Four ounucs o. veal, one ard a half ounces of lean hamn, half ounce of flour, ounce of butter, one gill of white stock, one tablespoonful of cream, lemon juice, seasoning, one egg, pastry. Finely mince the cooked ham and veal, add one or two mushr.,omsn, put the butter, flour, and stock in a sauc.tpan, and let it boil' well, add the meot and mushrooms, and tako it off the fire., add the cream, lemon juice, and sea.o.ing. and put iton a plate tc cool. .lave sea,!y s-,.,-' pastry, roll it out very thin, cut nu'o su. - rounds, lay a sia all piece of the mix-ure on each round, wet the edg...

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STRAY THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 March 1909

STRAY THOUGHTS. Love is sunshine ; hate is shadow. Be not simply good-be good for some thing. He that giveth let him do it with theerfuluess. No.o are so old as those who have out ;ved their enthusiasms. A calamity is better borne for not being previously dwelt upon. It is easier to suppress the firat desire than to satisfy all that follow it - Sweet is the breath of praise when given by those whose own high merit dlaims the praise they give. It is not what ne say, It is the purpose that our lives show forth, that tells upon the lives we touch in passing. Joy is our duty.-glory, health, The sunshine of the soul. Every act of the man inscribes itself in the memories of his fellows, and in his own manners and face. God is glorified, not by our groans, but our thanksgivings ; and all good thought and good actiidd claimi ainatural alliance with good cheer. * Every person is responsible for all the good within the scope of:his abilities, and for -o more ; and none can tell whose sphere'i...

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