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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
MMCOROODUC. During the week several visitors terminated their stay, and returned home much benefitted by the change derived after a few weeks' residence in our salubrious clime. I am sorry to mention that Mr Williams has been obliged to journey to Melbourne and enter a private hos pital to have a very severe abscess over the eye lanced and attended to medi cally. On several farms large areas have been ploughed and harrowrd and kept in fallow, and the drying winds pre vailing, together with the regular working after the showers of rain that have fallen during the last few weeks, will prove most beneficial to the land and to the owners. At "Spring Farm " an experiment is being tried in liming the fallow land, the lime being procured from the kiln at Rye and drilled on at the rate of 3 cwt. per acre without being slacked as is cus tomary beforehand. Farmers are losing no time in getting land ready and sowing oats and barley for green feed during the coming winter, which promises to be ...
FOOTBALL. MORNINGTON JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
FOOTfBALL. MORNINGTON JUNIORS. A meeting of the Mornington Junior Football club was held on Monday night last, about 20 members being present, with' Master J. A?IArthur in the chair. The following office-bearers were elected: - President, Mr W. Doherty; Vice-president Mr Harlem; Patrons, Messrs F. 0. Doherty, L. Harrison (sen.), Shotten, Fairbairn, Rutter Clarke, Airs Smith and Dr. Cole; committee, Masters J. Connop, J. M'Arthur, J. Allison and T. Bid good; match committee, Masters D. Allison, J. M'Arthur and W. Sander son; secretary and treasurer, Master C. Parsons, MIembers' tickets were fixed at ls each, and colors red, white and blue. All players are to be under 20 years of age. . The secretary would be pleased if other junior clubs would communicate with him as soon as possible and arrange matches.
BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G Stone). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
BALNARRINC. (Copies of th. 0TrArnDAIn can be obtained from AIr E. G Stone). A farewell concert ws tendered the lMisses Wright, of " Ingle Park," Bittern West, on Friday evening. They are leaving for New Zealand next week. 1Mr L. TV. Berryman, our up to-date land agent, has disposed of several properties lately. On behalf of Mr \V. F. Wilson he has sold 80 acres at £5 10s per acre ; and on behalf of Mr Henry Davies GO acres at £8 per acre, and in acres for Cr J. Davies. The purchaser in each case was Mr J. C. ICaelka, nEof . -Iouene. Davies 'isleai\ing shortlj: for Foster. It is proposed to form a football club here this winter, but it is not certain whether sufficient payers can be got from the Shoreham district to play right through the season, and enter the M1ornington Peninsula Foot ball Association.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
GEXERAE. The Tyabb Racing Club, we are glad to say, cleared a sum of about £7 over their meeting on February 26th. The Mornington entries close on Friday, April 23rd. It has been de cided to charge bookmakers 12s, which includes.entrance tobthe course. SThe 1 orningt6ii Boys' football 'cluli acknowledge with thanks a "Don " football from Dr. Wornarski, also 10/6 from Dr. Cole. Mr J. Ricketts, of M\ornington, who has ridden with considerable success on thb Peninsula courses, has, we understand, been engaged by Mr Al bert Miller to go to Mill Park. The Mornington races at the end of this month promise to be a great success in every way. Good fields are almost certain to start for the very liberal prize money provided. Entries for Sheffield Handicap, hurdle race, quarter wt ite, boys' shef field, and bicycle races in connection with the MIornington sports, to be held on Wednesday, 21st April, close on W~ednesday next, I-ith April. Alona is being trained for Morn ington, and H. Cooper i...
Our Letter Box. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
Our Letter Box. Mwe a" 'ot niecesirily idertifiy' ours ieq with the opinions expressel by corrcspondents) TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,-Mr Archibald takes exception to a statement in my report in your issue of the 20th March. under the heading of Langwarrin. He con tends that his resignation from the Progress Association was not " with drawn," but only " postponed" inde finitely, and in the. face of this he pays his subscription, which makes him a member for six months hence; if there is any reflection in his statement it cannot be upon the Progress Associ ation as a body, whatever individuals may or may not do, and Mr Archibald must he quite conscious of. the fact that his resignation, however it stands, is with the body and not with the individual. I do not wish to criticise Mr Archibald, nor under-estimate the value of his services rendered to the district. However, he wishes me to insert the following as a reason' for his action :-" Mr Archibald's resig nation is due to the...
SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
SUMMER. TIME TABLE MOsI IGTox PENINSULA. DMELBOURNE TO FRANKTON. pi., pl.m. i.m. am am. n,m. Sats. Sats. Sats. p.m. p.m . p.m. p.m only ox. Molb, dop. 7,48 8 10 8.42 12.20 1,12 118 435 530 1.20 11.86 Corrsm 90.11 9,23 9.51 1.30 2.26 2 2 551 6.23 7.29 12.41 F'kston,arr. 9.22 93 10.2 1.11 2,.7 2,43 6.2 0.34 7.40 1255 FR?ANKS I'ON TO I1OLBOUI?NE. Sato, Sats. a.m. a,tl, p in p.m. p.m. p.m. pm. p.n. Frankston,'dop. 7.12 8.80 12.17 2.8 3.3 3.8 5.40 8.20 Carrum 7.23 841 12,28 2,32 3 14 3.19 5 51 831 "eolbourno, arro. 8.32 0.48 1.37 38.42 4.25 4,80 7.2 0,12 MELBOUI NE TO FRABNKSTJd. a.m.' a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m Melb., dep; 10.45 10.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 11.40 12.4 3.34 7.13 1039 F'kston, arr.11.51 12.15 3.45 10.50 FPANKSTON TO MELBOUtNE. SUsDAYS. 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.:6 9.36 MELBOU?NE '10 MORNING LON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep... 1.18 8.42 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.51 6.23 Frankston, arr. .....
Peniusula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
Peniu su a Court Fixtures for 19yo. - DROMANA.-(Tuesdays. 1 p.m.) - Jan uary 5th, February 9tb, March 16th, April 1lth, May 25th. -June 29th, -, August 3rd. Septenl or 7th. October 12th, Novemter 16th. FRANKS FON - (Mondays, 10.15 a.m.) : ".d.:sdn.y--Flrebruary lst,Mearel 8th. -" 26th, Autust:30th,October 4t1,Nov : ember.8th. - MOBNINGTON.-(T.Iursdays, .9 am.) January 7th.. Felruary 11th.? March S1tb, April 22nd, May 27th; July lst, August 5th," September 9th, October 14th, November 18th. SORRENTO. --(Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) January 6th. February 10th, March 17th, April 21st, May 26th, June 30;h, August 4':h. September 8th, October 13th, November 17th. .,r '. . . . .. . . - .
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr G. Slocombe) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
TYABB. (Copies of the` TANDASD can be obtained from Mr G. Slocombe) " . " The tiny township of Tyabb" will be quite an important pin-prick on the map this week, with a large body of soldiers camped for a couple of days in the railway reserve (possibly to pre vent the removal of the. post office). The "Reds," as they are officially termed, are already being prepared for by the residents, who, however, are not all trembling with excitement, but the idea of good music being rendered is looked forward to by some, who will be greatly disappointed if the various regiments of the A.I.R. are not accom panied by their bands. On Good Friday evening, Sister Mary of Miss Sutherland's Home for Neglected Children, lectured.-on the good work done by this institution, and made an appeal ,to the generosity and better nature of her audience on behalf of the work,
THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
THE RAILWAYS. The following local holiday time table has been issued for Easter : 3IORDIALLOC AND FnAXKSTON LINE. On 12th April extra trains will leave Flin ders-stree.t for Frankston at 9.20, 10:I5, 03o.3 0I.5o. Ir.3o a.m., and 12 20o,1 8, 445, 5.55, and 6.2o p.m., and return at io.iS, 1o.46, and 11.5o a.m., and 12.59,188.8.131.52, 7.o and 7 30 p m. On the same date extra trains will leave Flinders-street for Carrum at 94o a rm-nd II 58 pm, and return at Ii 2 am and I 37 p m. Extra trains in ad dition to Carrum and Frankston trains, will leave Flinders-street.for Mordialloc at short intervals. For particulars see- posters at stations. OMnsr?sGTO AND -STONY POI?T LINEs. -On Thursday .8th,- and-Saturday, oth Apiril, a special -train will leave. Flinders street for Stony Point iai d'at u5p:m;run ning Express to'Cailfield,-hnd- st'pingat: all stations thence, connecting with coaches at Bittern for Flinders. and with steamer at Stony Point- for Cowes and San .Remo. This train will return fr...
Flinders and Kangerong Shire [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
v Flinders and Kangerong j Shire The following report, as presented i, at the last meeting of the council of the above by Dr. W. B. Boughton n (Health Officer for the west riding): r Ihave the honor to report as Medi cal Officer of .Health for this riding from the 7th July, 1908, to the end of the year, that the health of the community has been godd, and will compare favorably with the surround ing districts. There have been deaths, principally from old age. Measles, influenza,iwhooping cough, have occur red but in a mild form. Sorrento it self stands out as the ideal and the premier sea-side watering place, its elevated position, natural advantages, soil, and what has been done by the Government, your council, and private enterprise, placing it unrivalled as the sanatorium of the bay during the sea son and winter months. Tempera ture, water supply, drainage, sanitary arrangements, are as perfect as can be, except the main town drain out-flow pipe, which has become detached (re port...
Flinders Annual Show SUCCESSFUL ALL-ROUND EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
Fliqders Aqlual Show ? ?-t------. SUCCESSFUL ALL-ROUND EXHIBITION As briefly mentioned in last weevk's STANDAID, the fourth annual show of the Flinders A. and H. Association was held in the beautifully situated grounds on Wednesday, 1March 31st. The weather militated somewhat against- the attendance, as the colt morning, interspersed with showers, kept several intending visitors from the surrounding districts away. The gathering present, notwithstanding, was larger than the previous year, as shown by the fact of the gate receipts being over £6 more, so that the Asso ciation's annual event is plainly be coming very popular. Considering the somewhat isalated position of Flin ders, and the fact of the show conse quently only having a comparatively small scopeof country from which to draw the material for a varied exhibi tion, a visitor would be surprised at the dimensions of the affair, and the +' -._stlunda.rdi of the ex hibits taken as a whole. Apparently some of the best. and most p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
AN INVITATION7 FOR 1909. Cordially Invite you to call, when next in Melbourne at their Salesroom, 66 ,lizabeth St., For a few minutes rest and a refreshing Cup of Tea (gratis). Also, if not alreaey using them, WRITE AT ONCE for FREE TESTING SAMPLES Of th .ir delicious TEAS, - COFFEES, - & - COCOAS Please Warehouse and Factory: mention this 30 Flinders-street. Pap:r. ,.. . . . Saloeoom G 6G.Elizabeth-street.. , L'.. Alcock & Co. Prop. Ltd. SLAZENGER'S New Shipments of Tennis every enshaw Three Months. Demon ... 21s E.G.M ... 35ý AYRE'S Match 2 R/6 atch ... So/6 Covered Balls, 16s 6d doz. . 4 ... 12/6 Uncovered. Ios, I2sdoz. , ... 1216 155 & 157 ELIZABET _-8T,, MELBOURNE. C. P. Stanway, TAILOR ROTHSCHILD CHAMBERS, 360 COLLINS ST., - - - M elbourlle. TJHE 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 Peninsu...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
Frankstoni:: and Hastings .shire Council.l MONTHLY MEETINTG. ` "The ordinary monthly meeting of the.above was held at Hastings on Wednesday, when there were present -Crs Baxter (president), Sherlock, WVoodhouse, Hd'dgins, Murray, Grif feth, and Cole. An apology was re ceived for the absence of Or Perrott. CORRESPONDENCE. From Jas..Turner, stating that he intended starting his contracton Gray don's road next week -Received. From Dr. Griffith, forwarding claim fora£5 4s, sent to lim as Health Officer by Miss. Stanford, of Hastings, for goods.destroyed in connection with ill ness and death from consumption. He never gave authority or sanctioned the burning of the articles.-On the motion of Crs Hodgins and Wood house, the claim was not entertained. From D. AM. Bett, tendering his re signation as:caretaker of the Somerville park, after iMlarch 31s', 1009.-Resig nation accepted, on the motion of Cr Cole. From J. W. Schafe, hon. sec. Mal vorn CiMemao .Lub. sk.ong for t.io. use of Frankston...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
Municipal Notic?s.'.. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. TENDERS. r ENDERS will be received at Hast ings Mechanics' Hall, up to 12 o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7TH, for the following works: 18/09. - Carting and Spreading 31etal on Gunbower Road, near .running's. 19/09. - Forming, etc., Denham's Road. 21/09.-Supply of Gravel Metal and Hastings, M-.r, rington, Carrum, and Cranbourne Roads. 22/09.-Carting Metal from Frank ston Railway Station. 23/09.-Formning and iMetalling on Dandecong Road, near Frank ston. 24, 09.-Rlegrading and Metalling Day Street,, Frankston. Specifications, etc, at Mr A. Shan non's Store, Frankston; Post Office -J·~.a,?iogan . and.S serile. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. A. D. PLEYDELL, C.E., Shire Engineer. Public Notices. A CARD. DR. C. MAXWELL -FRANKSTO N. Hou'cs---l to Ito 21 t. . 7 to 8 Vaccinations at the :Sargery 1st and 3rd Tuerdays, 2 to ; p. n. NOTICE. DR. W. B. BOUGHTON, L R.C.-.L.SL EDIN. L.S.A. LOND (Late of Richmond and liru...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
For Season's Trade C. DALI AN, FranRston BOn" TflTn , Is prepared to Fill Ae1 Seusonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. S LADIre ..A54i ) GENTS.' .-, In Splendid AEiortment. REPAIRS N'EAt LY EXECUTED BOOTS and SBOES MADE to ORDEB, Moderate Terms. BAY.ST.,-FRANKSTON. T. RITC E AND C00. FIRANKSTON: :Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. 7r. A. CGOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited .,n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kr pt .................. Small Gools of Every D scription Fresh Dailv. flides and Skin: Bnnght ........... IHeadaclhe, I!digestion, Ccnstipation and Bilicus:acss. S --o0- Frao,;edds, seiit tcy . 1 o: dirrft to to 'ro p:it .r, i.s convi;niC.g proof that the Pubicj appreiciate th:iir spl].nd:d curi::.; p w?w r over the above-namednc d:onplainits. -.,o:t oids ar-, ege;a:nxt in appe::-a-co and pa.,:a;-nt to t~,ket ; t:i,'y are im;l:nsetly :r \aluaib! L :n. an...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
LOCAL AND GENERAL. AT Flinders on Easter Saturday an important auction sale of desirable blocks and buildings will be held by L. Wild ing and Alex. Scott& Co. in conjunction. AT a meeting of the Council of the tRag ged Boys' Home, a cordial vote of thanks wasacco:-ded to the committee of the Somer ville Fruitgrowers' Association for their genecous gift of six cases of prize fruit. A-svETIsnI ns and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion in the -STANDAl:o should reach the office not later than by Friday morning's letter delivery at Frank ston. SMcEsits Alex/Scott and L. Wilding advertise a large clearing sale at Cape Schanck on Wednesday, April 21st, when the whole of Mr Jas. Patterson's horses, rattle, vehicles, implements, furniture, etc., will be sold without reserve. Full particulars are advertised this issue. FLINDEIIS, will its p!easantly-situated links, is expecled to attract many golfers at Easteriide, when the open meeting of the ...
Easter Holidays. MILITARY CAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909
Easter Holidays. MILITARY CAMPS. Easter will be a busy time on the Peninsula. There promises to be a large influx of visitors, and the mili tary camps will prove a big attraction. All the week special trains have been running dlaily conveying the camps appliances for the different encamp ments, and on Sunday the railway traffic will be exceptionally heavy, for in addition to the usual trains, a large number of specials will be run to Lang warrin. At Cape Schanck, from the 9th to 12th insts., the Australian Field Ar tillery will be in action with the big guns, under Major Dangar. The Langwarrin detachment of troops will be under the command of Capt. Hall, whilst Colonel Williams will be in charge at Tyabb. 'Ihe general scheme of manoeuvres for Friday and Satur day, April 9th, and 10th, will be an attack by a landing party, to be known as "blue," and defence by a force known as "re d". A new element will be introduced by the appointment of two motor-cars, driven by officers of the new...
Shire of Frankston & Hastings. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Year Ending 30th September, 908. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909
Shiree of Frankston & Hastings. Statement of Receipts and Expendituure for Year Ending 30th September, 908. Receipts. North Centre East Trust Item. Totals. Riding. Riding. Riding. Account. To Balance ... ... ... 133 19 1 £33 15 11 £38 18 4 £47 3 10 £14 1 0 ,, Rates-Current .. . 1416 5 9 651 1 9 450 10 0 314 14- 0 S Arre-arsof ... ... 120 17 3 82 4 3 13 16 6.24 16 6 ,, Endowment ... .. . 425. 0 0 212 10 0 127 10 0 85 0 0 Lice:ces-Evivalent for 163 0 74 17 2 4 11 5 52 11 5 Slaughtering, etc. 1- 0 Of 4 11 52 11 ,~~,-1 1 G tra nt . 256 3 7 127 1 0 75 0 0 54 2 7 ,, Dog Fees ... 26 10 0 13 5 0 7 19 0 5 6 0 ,, Deposits Received ... .. 54 1 3 54 1 3 ,, Miscellaneous ... ... 21 5 61 8 8 6 6 3 0 6 14 0 ,, Frankston Park . 19 4 61 19 4 6 ,, Interest on Rates ... ... 15 9 8 9 14 4) 2 19 10 2 15 6 , Lalngwarrin Pro. Assn. 25 0 0 25 0 0 ,, Hastinrgs Park ... ... 25 0 0 25 0 0 ,, Rent Baxter's 'lat ... ... 24 10 0 24. 10 0 2739 6 7 1281 12 5 771 8 -1 618" 3 10 68 2 3 ,, Bank Balance, Dr. £...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909
"Football. At the conclusion of the A.N.A. meeting at Balnarring, on Thursday, April 8th., a meeting was held for the purpose of re-forming -the Balnarring Football Club. Motions were carried that a-club be formed, and that the team enter the Mornington Peninsula Football Association, on -condition that not more than 10 matches be played. The following office-bearers were elected :-President, Mr L. Berryman : secretary, Mr E. Cox; treasurer. lMr J. Buckley; delegates, Messrs G. Myers, and E. Cox. A committee was elected, and five gentle men were appointed to interview Mr T. S. Armstrong with regard to getting a playing ground on the Coolart estate. The membership fee was fixed at 5s, and the colours to be worn are red jersey, with blue sash Over thirty members have joined, and after a few practice.matches the team should put up some good games, as several players of the Hastings team are playing with Balnarring this season.
HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909
HASTINGSI: (Copies of the ,TxaNDsD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) The Autumn Show and Sale, of Gifts, held in the hall Friday and Saturday, 2nd and 3rd inst., in' aid of the Church of England, resulted in: great success. The exhibits were bhth numerous and of splendid quality, the fruit, especially. Although the: show was held on a small scale, the interest taken by the public would seem to warrant it being held on"= a :.much larger scale inithe future. . The joint secretairies, Messrs T. Robe?ts aniddH.' Stockton, are to'ble congratilate? oii the result; The--ladies also deserve great praise for their share in the work. The prize list is held :'over till next issue.'.