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Dromana Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

.,.Dromana v ,IShow. The above annual event will be held on Wednesday next, 24th March; Entries for the -different .sectiohs (a full list of which is published this issue) close with the secretary today (Saturday), but late entries will be received on Monday,-at an extra fee. The society has received mrany dona tions in connection with the show, as follows :-Hon. W. H. Irvine, Hon. D. C. MucBryde, Hon. J. C. Campbell, Messrs W. S. Cock, T. Chapman, E. Rudduck, and J. McKeown £1 is each; ' Messrs- A. Dowuhvard, E. Somers, A. McLellan, G.. B. Wilson, " Mornington St.:dard aid and Miss Noble 10/6 each; Messrs R.'' Ndin and G. Hoskins lOs each; Mr H. G. Chapmhan 7/6 each ;-Messrs R. Young ston, F..Warren ,and =J. G. .Chapman 5s each; Cumming, Smith and Co, and Mt Lyell 'Co each~isuperphos? phate valued at 1 ;W McNahb and Son, pair of trousers ,`valued at: ,£1* D. "and W. Chandler,, Silver-Plate valued at 10/6 ;-the luncheon is being 'donated by the President, Mr N. Rud ducik.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Valedictory. Prior to his departure last Wediites day for Sydney,? ?? number '..of the friends of Mr E. Stokes, of Frankstori, assembled at Mr Brody's offices on Monday evening, to sary farewell and to present him with a memento from pl hisYrankston-friends. as In making the presentation of a of purse of sovereigns, Mr Brody, on be- w half of those present, assured Mr r, Stokes of the regret felt at losing'an PC old 'and 'repected resident, and ex pressed the wish that he would meet with success in his niew home. Cb Cr Gamble, and Messrs T.-Ritchie, so J. N. Marsh, J. Cuthbert, C. Dalman, -m C. Willox and W. Pettit also added a few remarks. Mr Marsh spoke of Mr di Stokes' generosity towards the show, th in fresenting medals for competition, and his liberality in this direction was also acknowledged by Messrs Dalman: w and Willox, for the Rifle Club, whilst m Mr Pettit, on behalf of the Frankstori di sports, expressed thanks due to Mr Stokes by the committee for the will- w, ing and ...

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Peninsula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Peniusula Court Fixtures DROMANA;-.(Tuesdays, 1. p m. )- Jan uniry 5th, Februa-y 9th, M.rch'16th; April 20th, May 25th, June 20t.', August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, November 16th. FRANKSTON. - (Mondays, 10.15 a.m.) P.M.'s days-February 1st, March 8th, April 12th, May 17th. June 21st, July 26th, August 30th, October 4th. Nov ember 8th. MORNINGTON.-(Thursdays, 9 a.m.) January 7trh, February 11th, IMarch 18th, April 22nd, Illy 27th, July 1st, August 5th, September 9th, October 14th, November 18th. SORRENTO.Z--(Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) January 6th, February 10th,. March 17th, April 21st, STay 26th, June 30th, August 4'h. September 8th, October 13th, November 17th. .? -. I :- . . .. . . .

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Our Letter Box. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Our Letter Box. TO THE EDITOR OF THE hTAI)AhRD LWe do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corrnspondeant) SSin,-TRDe aii ikipiraphin your.issue of the 6thl inst., under. the heeadiiig of Frankston and Hastings shire council, in reference to `my . applicatibi' for share of day labour, it is stated the President said that he" spoke about work to the man and was told to mind his'. own business." As: 'my name is the only one mentioned in the paragraph, there is no doubt as -to whom it refers. Tbis sentence would uiidoubtedly. cause a misapprehension in the minds of your readers, and also bidis against -me in the council, as it ihfers that he, as a councillor, spoke to me About work, which inference is in 'correct .. The fact is that (under con tract by_ tender in -1906) I was in structed to perform:- certain works a~cording to the engineer's instructions, when Mr Baxter, not " then- in the council, interfered with ime in the ex ecution of my!' work, by :.tr...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

MOORUODUC. With the approaching change of the season, a few cases of sickness may be mentioned. The worst is a severe and photographer, who tor the past week has suffered severely, and is now just recovering. The continuance of squally weather has done good for the stock. Already a marked increase is noticeable in the milk supply, and cows are improving from the bad effects of the long dry weather. The price of cream is also increasing, last week's rates being 12.1d in Melbourne. It is not often that startling incid ents happen from cattle grazing on the lonal roads, but a day or two ago a fatted cow caused a little excitement by first charging at a man riding a grey horse, then at a buggy and horse, and thirdly, endeavoring to closely ad mire a young lady walking innocently along, but who managed to escape by tumbling through a wire fence and becoming so smothered by burs in the process as to become totally obscured from the animal's sight, which then went on browsing, and so allow...

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Successful Concert at Frankston. A CROWDED HOUSE. PRESENTATION TO MR. BOB SHERLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Successful Concert at Frankston. A CROWDED HOUSE. PRESENTATION TO MR. BOB SHERLOCK. The concert given by Lady Madden and friends on Saturday night last in aid of St. Paul's Church, Fraukston, was a pronounced success, the audience being ,he largest that has attended a public function in Frankston for some time. The programme was loan, of a varied nature, and the talent, some of Melbourne's best. Lady Madden and those who materially assisted her, are to be complimented on the satisfactory result, and the procuring of such talented artists, whol fully merited the vote of thanks passed to them during the evening by the Rev. A. P. McFar lane. Mr J. Jolly was instrumental in securing the services of the majority of the singers. Perhaps the two shin ing stars of the evenitng were amongst the gentlemen performers, in Messrs McGowan and P. Coleman, and these. vocalists in themselves provided a ood evening's entertainment. The ý, class of has . own as a -obanine singer, and his performance w...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

CRICKET.. Owing to the unfavorable weather there was no matches in connection with the P.C.A. on Saturday last. The following is the team to represent Frankston in their match against Somer vihe to-day on the -ground of the lat ter : Aitken, Baxter. A. D. Box, O. Pettit, Burton, Deane, Kennedy, Harley, Kemp, Rohertson, Shannon, F. Plowman, and C. McKenzie. Players are requested to be at Milliard's stables at 12.30 p.m. sharp

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

_A _.:.Ž= INVITATION. .FOR .1909. Cordially Invite you to call, when next in Melbourne at their Salesroom, 66 Elizabeth St., For a few minutes rest and a refreshing Cup of Tea (gratis). - Also if not alreacdy using thein, WRITE AT ONCE for FREE TESTING SAMPLES Of th;ir delicious TEAS, - COFFEES, - & - COCOAS Please 'Warehouse and Factory : mention this 30 Flinders-street. Paper. Salesroom: 66 Elizabeth-street. Alcock & Co. Prop. Ltd. SLAZENGER'S New Shipments of Tennis every nenshaw .... Iss Three Months. Demon ... 215 E.G.M ... 35s AYRE'S Match 2 ... 8/6 Covered Balls, 16s 6d doz. 3 .. 1O/6 Uncovered, 1os, i2s doz. . 5 ... :2/6 155 & 157 ELIZABETH-ST., MELBOURNE. O. P. Stanwa y, - TAILOR ROTHSCHILD CHAMBERS, 360 COLLINS ST., - - Melbourne. THE BEST QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. FIT, STYLE, QUALITY, AND PRICE my Motto. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. C.P.S. visits Frankston regularly, and may be seen at Gregory's Hotel. Orders from all parts of the Peninsula atten...

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Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. Thursday.-Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M., and W. Curwen-Wal ker, J.P. Pritchford v. Godden, debt £1/7/. -Order for amount, and 5/- costs. - WANDERING CATTLE. Constable Stevens, shire ranger, v. J. L. E. Somers, for allowing two head of cattle to wander on the streets. Fined 2/6 each head, and 2/6 costs. Same v. I. Curnow for two head of cattle.--Fined 2/6 each head, and 2/6 costs. FISHING PROSECUTIONS. Same v. Richard Schleebs, for ille gally using a net in the bay.-Fined £2, and 2s costs, the net to be for feitad. Same v. same, for netting without a license.-Fined £2, and a third charge of using an unregistered boeat was withdrawn. OLD .AGE PENSIONS. ..Aedn L. H. CUonstantin applied for 8 per wck. • . Mary Ann Waddliton was also granted a pension of Ss per week. LICENSING COURT., Oscar Wm..Napthine applied for a renewal of a Victuallers' License for the Flinders Hotel at Flinders. Mr Schutt appeared for the appli cant. It appeared that this lice...

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LANGWARRIN PROGRESS ASSOCIATION HALFYEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

LANGWARRIN PROGRESS ASSOCIATION HALF YEARLY MEETING. The half-yearly meeting of the above was held on Monday evening last, the President, Ar W. Oates, occupying tlhe chair. The attendance of mem bers was good, and a fair amount of business was done. The secretary (Mr HI. H. Lloyd) placed before the meeting a very creditable review of the past half-year's doings, alsg-a care fully considered balance-sheet, which showed that the hall-year ended with a credit balande of £f/13/10, and the members roll totals 49.' Mr Archa bald's resignation was withdrawn; it was tendered during an impulse, and was not a real intention. The election of office-bearers was a part of the business of the meeting. Mr W. Oates was unanimously re elected president, a position which he has occupied during the past six months with the greatest satisfaction. In responding, the president said he was proud to be again elected to such a position, and thanked the members for their attention and consideration, and hope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep, and is often the cause of insomnia 3Many cases have been permanently cured by Chambe'lain's Tablets. For sile by all storekeepers. :DOMANA & 'RED HILL. AGRICULTURAL. AND HORTICULTURAL '-SOCIETY. 4 T1 ANNUAL SHOWV Will be held in the MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, DROMANA, On WEDNESDAY, MARCH -24m, 1909. OFFICE-BEARERS. President, N. Rudduck, Esq., J.P.; Vice-President, A. Fulton, Esq.; Committee-MeEsrs D. Cairns, T P. Durack, J. C. Griffith, junr., W. A. Holmes, G. Hoskins, T.Chapman, A. Haig, and R. White ; Hon. Auditors -Messrs W. A. Gibson, and Earnest Rudduck; Hon. Treasurer -Jas. E. Boag, Esq. ; Hon. Secretary-A. V. Shaw. - - ENTRY FEES-For prizes under 5s 6d; .5s and under 20s, ls; £1 and under £2, 2s; £2 and over, 2s Gd. Edtry forms may be obtained from the following ;-E. Audduck,-. Dromana; Nunn:-& Sons;\ Iornington ;,Mrs Wheeler, Red Hill; M. Simmonds, Flinders ;' A. C. Head, Sorrento. RULES AND REGULATIONS. To prevent co...

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Dromana Sports and Races. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Dromana Sports and Races. -4----; St. Patrick's Day sports at Dromana is a permanent and popular fixture. This year the weather was perfect, and naturally attracted a full attend ance, from 700 to 1000 people being on the ground. The events throughout were well contested, and in all cases close finishes ensued The manage. ment throughout was excellent. Re- - suits : FO.OT RACING : MAIDEN PLATE.-A. _Alcllroy 1, D. O'Connor 2, U. lHoskins 3. SIIcFFIELD HANDICAP.-(Run in five heats). 1st heat, Wadteton 1, L. Harri son 2. 2nd heat, J. HMcLear 1, D. O'Con nor 2. 3rd heat, A. MlcIlroy 1, J. McAr thur 2. 4th heat, Peddie 1, F. MIcIlroy 2. 5th heat, G. White 1, J King 2. 1st semi final, Wadieton. 2nd semi-fiunal, J McLear. 3rd semi-fin'd. A. Mcllroy.. FINAL. Wadleton ... ........ 1 A. McIroy ... ... 2 .G. McLear ... ...... 3 HuttanE RACE.-Carl Cleine 1, Walter Gibson 2nd. HORSE EVENTS. MAIDEN PL.rE.--Vera- 1, Charley 2, Keyless 3. Won easily in the straight. HURe)LE RACE.-Commotion 1, Mid p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

For Season's Trade C. D)ALMAN, Fallkston BOOT ROnRP, Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Bequirementa. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS,' For tie Beach. TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid AsEortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED E BOOTS ani S8HES MADE to 0RDBB, ;Moderate Terms. BAY"ST.,:FRA N KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON : 1Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Producer n Stock., A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. .... ......... Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought: ............. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -0..-- -1I. .-,iPbicrapr'eiate-theii"-splenaiidcurngs power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take ; they are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clog...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A LARGE consignment of 1250 cases of fruit was despatched from Somerville last Tuesday for foreign ports. THE valuable household furniture and effects at " Bungunyah," Hastings, will be sold by auction at an early date. Farther particulars will be duly advertised. AT a committee meeting of the ZMornington Athletic Sports club, held on Tuesday night last, a first-class pro gramme of 10 events (including a Shef field of £5 5s) was drawn up, which will t be :printed and distributed at-an early ate. ' -a - THE annual Mooroodue butter factory sports and pienic-will take place, as per advertisement, at Penbank, MoorooduL, on Wednesday next, March 24th. There will be a good programme of horse and pedestrian events run Lhrough, and an en joyable outing can be assured those who attend. THEi?E would appear to be signs of a commencement of the new post office qt Frankston, at a comparatively early date, as an inspector from the postal depart ment visited the town last week t...

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HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

HARVEST FESTIVAL. The Harvest Festival and Sale of Gifts in connection with the Metho dist Church was celebrated on Sunday and Monday. The church was beauti fully decorated for the occasion with all kinds of fruit and vegetables in season, chaff, and sheaves of oaten hay, relieved ,with sprays of ever-green and choice flowers. Special contributions were received from Mr J. Lloyd and Miss Carboyd, also from Mr Giggins and other kind friends of Pearcedale Messrs A. Corlett. C. S. Corlett, and afternoon collecting gifts and deliver- ing them at the church, and in the evening quite a number of lady mem- bers of the congregation met for the purpose of decorating; when the task   was completed, it was a creditable demonstration of their handiwork. The Rev. Mr Reid conducted the Sun-   day services, and preached impressive sermons, afternoon and evening, to large and appreciative congregations. Monday night's concert and sale of gifts brought quite a crowd togethe...

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Mornington Shire Council. VALUATION COMPLAINTS. PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Mornington Shire Council. VALUATION COMPLAINTS. PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held on Thurs day of last week, the following being present - Crs. Nunn (President), Flood, Alston, Stevens, Male, Bar rett, Lobb, Francis. Bradford, and the new secretary (Mr T. Crosbie). CORRESPONDENCE. From Geo. Gold, asking for per mission to remove debris caused by a ti-tree fire on the foreshore near Mr Gotch's residence, and also to burn and clear away surplus rubbish or tim ber that may remain.-To be informed council cannot comply with the request. Municipal Association, re annual ses sion 19o9, asking that council should forward any motions desired to be considered before June next. Also re the question of the restriction of the issue of hawker's licenses, and asking for suggestions.-Received. From same, circular letter re unused roads and water frontages fund.-Re- ceived. From McLean and Co., re electrical installationds.- Received. From R. Monk, ask...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 March 1909

Public Notices. ? CARD. IR. 3. CHARLES WELD, L.R.C.S.. _ L.K.Q.C PI. late of Rosedale and Hopetown has commenced the practise of his profession at Dromana. Visits Rye on Wednesdays from 11 to 12 n.m. Hours S to 10 a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., 7 t6 9 p.m IMirs. Blanche Dunn LADIES' & CHILDREN'S AMILLINER. Rnovations, ce. - - - Latest Style' Savrrsecron Guna .sran. WELLS STREET, FRANKSTON (near Station J. - W. - DO1E qTY, BUTCHER, --LIAnI STREET, Mornington. AVING. taken over the Business of l Mr F. C. Doherty - (wh succss: fully carried on same for the past nine years). I desire to inform the Residents of MIornington Peninsula that I will continue to supply nothing but MEAT of the PRIME ST QUALITY AT R?AE:SABL3 ETES. COOLING CHAMBERS ON THE PREMISES. Families waited on for Orders. A Trial Solicited. Every Satisfaction assured. GUAI DIAN Fire Office. ESTABLISHED OVER EIGHTY YEARS ASSETS EXCEED SIX MILLIONS. Losses Caused by Push Fire' and Lightning are mad., ?rood by the GUARDIAN. Growi...

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Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. The above competition, by the re sults on Saturday,-is now made very interesting, and three teams have al most an equal chance of being pre miers. Somerville by defeating Frank ston on Saturday, bring themselves very near to the top, and are, we understand, very close up , with Tyabb for second place, these teams bols' w-, pointsm and twO points respectively behind Frankston, which club tops the list. Consequently there should be a deal of interest centred in the meeting of Tyabb and Frankston on Saturday, as the result may mean everything in connection with the competition. Should Frankston prove victorious, they will be in such a posi tion as will make them premiers of the Peninsula for 1909. A delegates meeting was held at Somerville on Wednesday evening, when only the Frankston and Somerville clubs were represented. The matches postponed owing to wet weather were decided to be played as follows :-Frankston v. Balnarring, Easter Monday; Hastings v....

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Women's Best Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

Women's Best Friend. Women who value health should never be without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Nurses and Doctors re commenl them, and thousands of women who now enjoy health and strength owe their rescue to this wonderful remedy. Women in every sphere of life, of every age, and every condition, have proved the wonderful curative and corrective influences of these pills. Years ago, pills were the medicine of the poor only. To day, the efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pil's to overcome the common ailments, and restore health and hap piness to sick and ailing women, has convinced not only the working section of the population, but the wives and daughters of the more wealthy, pro fessional, and independent classes, that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are women's best friend. They establish regular and healthy visitations, which is so essential.to good health, purify the Blood, giving the skin a clear and beautiful appearance, and keep the Bowels, Liver, and Kidneys in per fect wo...

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

LANGWARRIN It gives much regret to record the death of a very old and highly respec ted resident, in the person of Mr Charles Young, which sad event took place at his late residence, Langwar. rin, on Friday evening of last week, after three days' illness: The news came as a great shock to his numerous friends. The cortege was a large one, and followed his remains to the place of interment in the Frankston ceme tery on Sunday last. The Rev. H. Wallace officiated at the graveside, and the mortuary arrangements were in the hands of Mr II. Gamble. ;Deep and widespread is the sympathy ex pressed with Mrs Young and family in their sad bereavement. At the Progress Association meeting on Monday evening last, it was decided to hold another working bee on Satur day afternoon for levelling the tennis court, and a good muster is expected. Many important items were discussed and left over for next meeting to de cide.

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