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FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

FRAN iiSTON. At Frankston on Wednesday night a bioscope concert, followed by a dance, took p!ace, in aid of the same funds as the entertainmentat M3ornington on Easter 'Monday. There was a large attendance, and- the concert proved enjoyable and successful. Cr Sher lock capably acted as. chairman, and realistic and splendidly shown) were interspersed with songs, dances, etc., as follows :-Songs, " Paddy's Day," and -" Fol de-rol," Mr J. Peppard; songs, " 'Jsent," and " Comin' Thro' the Rye," Miss Hay; flute and piano forte duer, Miss Carter and Mr Plum mer; recitation, " Trooper Campbell," Miss Gladys Sheridan; song, " Eileen Allanah," Miss A. Hoey; Irish jig and Sailor's Hornpipe, Miss Goody; trio, " Oft in the Stilly Night," Misses Phelan, Jenkins, and Hoey" The dance which followed was very successful and enjoyable. A feature was the quality of the refreshments and the liberality with which same were dispensed. .and in this respect our Catholic friends have certainly established a...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Regatta at Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Regatta at Hastings. A regatta was held at Hastings last Saturday for a trophy presented by Mr George 3Morwick, sailmaker, Williamistown, when Mr Carmichael's Martha lMcCallum won. This boat has started now four times and won on each occasion. The starters were: Geatano ... ... " e: scratch min. secs. S Mlartha McCallum 2n 30 Juanna .3 0': Ernest .. ... 5 - 0 Muriel - 5 . 30 Little Jack . . . 7 30 We Us ... 8 0 The boats started on their handi caps, liniit boat starting 53 hrs. 6 min. Ernest retired at the end of the second round;-WeUs cu off -mark to the S.W. and did not cross finishing line. The finishing times were- i shrs. in, see " MarthaMcCaillm i. .. 5 ?;" I `35 Juanna .... 5 Geatano.... --.. 5 9 40 Little Jack ... ..5 12 15 IMuriel .. . 5 `15: 46 Actual sailing' time iof winner -1 hr. 49 min. 5 secs, Distance; about 12 miles.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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The Kananook Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

The Kananook Creek. An engineer from the Public Works Department (Mr Thomas) visited Frankston on Thursday to make en quiries with a view to furnishing a report to the department, as to the feasibility of the scheme for i nprove ment of the creek, as recently laid before the Minister of Public Works by a large deputation. Mir Thomas is well acquainted with the facts and conditions concerning the creek, hav ing previously made investigations on behalf of the Department, and came with plans of reference prepared some 17 years back. He was met by Mr A. D. Pleydell and Cr Baxter, and together with Cr Sherlock, and Messrs Ritchie, W. Baxter, and Sheridan, in spected the creek and had an outline of the proposed scheme explained by Mr Pleyde!L Mr Thomas expressed himself as satisfied that the scheme to bring water from the sea to the creek by pipes, was practicable, but favored the intake being at the Mile Bridge instead of Beach street. Both places were visited, as also was the mouth of t...

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St. Paul's Church, Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

St. Paul's Church, Frankston. On Good Friday divine service was held in the above church at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. At the conclusion of the morning service. " The, Story of the Cross" was sung by the choir, in a ibost efficient arid harmonious man ner, the eoloitsr being Misses Stevens,. Naylor, and Gregory, aiid Messrs Withers and Deane. In the evening the choir rendered Maunder's beautitul sacred cantata, "Penitence, Pardon and Peace." The solo parts were taken by Misses Stevens, Williams, and Mrs McFarlane (soprano), the baritone and bass solos being sung.by Messrs Wit hers and Deane. The. choir did its work excellently under the directorship of the Vicar, Miss Hadfield being or ganist for the services. There were large attendances on each occasion. On Easter Sunday, three services were held, at 7.80 a.m., 11 a.m., and 7.80 p.m.; at which there were large congregations; the 'special- offerings amounting to over 012.

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Sale of Gifts. THE FRANKSTON GIRLS' COT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Sale of Gifts. THE FRANKSTON GIRLS' COT. The third annual Sale of Gifts, in aid of the Frankston Girl's Cot in the Children's Hospital, was held on Easter Mlonday, in the 'Mechanics' Institute, Frankston, and resulted in a substan tial sum being raised for the tnainten unce of the Cor·. Although not the success of previous years, from a finan cial point of view, the president and committee are to be congratulated on the result attained. The opening ceremony was very pretty and interesting. Mrs Grice was met at the door of the Institute by the President (Mrs Gregory), and pre sented with a lovely bouquet of pink flowers by Miss Ada Ritchie. In de claring the bazaar open, Mrs Grice said it was the third occasion on which she had the honor of performing the opening ceremony. It had always been a su:cess and she must thank all those who had assisted in doing the hard work required to bring a good deed of this kind to a successful issue, and hoped that the one they were about to enter up...

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Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. BALNARRING v. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. BALNARRING v. FRANKSTON. FRANESTON PREMIERS. By defeating Balnarring on Easter Monday, the Frankston team secured the honor of Premiership of the Penin deserve their success, as they have stuck together well during the season, and their performance in losing only two matches (Somerville and Bal narring beating them) a very creditable performance has been recorded. The great mainstay was Ben Baxter, whose batting has been a feature of the sea son, and a thorn in the side of bowlers right through. Ben also is an en thusiast, and has worked very hard for his club both on and off theHfield. An other enthusiast, who it is pleasing to see prove such a success with the ball, is Robertson; this player has his heart and soul in the game, and has done more for the club than is per haps known. Frankston have been fortunate in having the services of an expert umpire during the season, in the person of Mr Rickman, whose knowledge of the game and its many knotty po...

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Orange Blossoms. BROWN—YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Orange Blossoms. BROWN-YOUNG. At Mornington Junction, on Wed nesday, 24th ult. Mr Frank Brown was united in wedlock to Elizabeth Amy Young, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas L. Young. There were about 50 guests present. The marriage ceremony was per formed by the Rev: Mr McFarlane, of Frankston, at the residence of the bride's parents The bridesmaids were Mias Brown and Miss Emma Young; Mr George Young filled the role of 1best man. The-wedding break fast was partaken of under the pines adjoining the homestead. The tables, which were nicely decorated, literally groaned under the weight of the viands i provided. Mr J. L. Dearie, uncle of the briae, acted as M.C. The toast I of the bride and bridegroom was pro posed by the Rev. Mr McFar!ane and replied to by the bridegroom in a neat t speech. Air Fraser proposed the " Bridesmaids" in eloquent terms, Mr George Young responding in a humor ous vein.. The "Host and Hostess" was proposed by Mr W. M. C. Allaway, of Footscray, uncle of the...

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The Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

The Holidays. The favorite seaside townships of the Peninsula -have been very busy withi visitors this Easter. Favored with beautiful weather; _with a nice warm atmosphere during the day, the conditions were altogether propitious. The military camps at ,Tyabb, Lang warrin, and Cape Schanck proved a great attraction. Golf tournaments at Flindern and Sorrento, sports and regatta at the-latter place, . and a re gatta at Hastings, together with nume rous picnics, concerts, dances, etc., catered for the pleasure-seekers, and good attendances and enthusiasm were in all cases noticeable. The traffic by train to Carrum and Frankston was very heavy, and together with the large number of special military trains, time.

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Our Letter Box. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) FLINDERS SHOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Our Letter Box. We d o .ot necessarily identify oursr hes with the opinions expressed ly correspondents) SFLINDERS SHOW. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE STANDARD Sir,-In your report of Flinders Show, you say the name of ex-Cr. Mitchell, whose Annesleigh exhibits were very successful last year, was a notable absentee. While the officials and I daresay the pub'ic all know why Mr MIitchell's name did not appear, might I express, as present proprietor of all the Annesleigh stock as exlhibited previously by Mr Mitchell, that had the officials of the Flinders Show classed their draught stock .o as to give the Anneeleigh stock a chance of competing, they would have received a great many entries from the samne owner. Yours etc., THOS. FALLS. " Annesleigh," 15th April, '09.

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Sorrento Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Sorrento Regatta. The Sorrento annual regatta was held on Easter Saturday, and passed off successfully. The entries were good, and the different events were evenly contested. The President (1lMr H H. Wilkins) entertained a large number of visitors on the Flagship, and since that gentleman has been elected to that position new life has been infused into the club, which helps to make it one of the most successful of regattas held outside Melbourne. The committee did good work, and were ably assisted by their secretary, Mr C. H. Morgan. The Visiting race, which was held on Good Friday, start ing from the Williamston breakwater pier, resulted in a win for the Uira, Salacia second, and Thetis third; the S.J.S. came in third, but did not do the proper course. Result of Satur day's events: Square Stern Race, 2Gft. and under... Violet 1. Vera 2, Alma 3. Other starters, Thetis, Doreen, 'Hazel, Oriental, L.M.L. The start for this race could not have been better, all the boats had their spin n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

C. P. Staniway,1 TAILOR ROTHSCHILD CHAMBERS, 360 COLLINS ST.; - - "- M~ elbourne. 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 att?ided to. Mornington Livery Stables. -MAIN BTREET, MOENINGTON:. F. C. DOHERTY BEGS to notify the Public of the S Peninsula that he has purchased the above, and hopes by strictest atten tion to business and his cheuts' interests to merit the Public's Patronage. VEHICLES RUN TO ALL PARTS OF THE PENIN.ULA. COACH Starts fr Franlston Daily at 11 a.m., leaving Frackston on return at 230p.m. Dromana Coach leaves immediately on arrival of first train, returning from Dro mana at3 p.m. '. Strict Punctuslity to tiume observed.. HORSES UCCIES - . --- -FOR HIRE. , . " . : , : + " . +' . ?: , : : + .: ? J. MILl ARD, CARRIER an CAB PRO -' PRIETO, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet - Trains. Parcels and Lugl *e rec...

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To Overcome Indigestion. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

To Overcomnie Indigestion. In the first place remove the cause, which is mainly the use of improper food, eating too fast, excessive use of alcoholic liquors or tobacco, and some times excessive work or" study. Get the system down to its normal con dition, clear out the bowels, assist digestion by Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and the rest is siniply a matter of diet. " For a number of years Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been our sole family medicine," writes MJr WV. Rich ardson, engine driver, Mouat Street, Sailor's Gully, Eaglehawk. " For In digestion, from which I used to suffer, they are a splendid remedy, mild in their action, but most effective, and ithonu-.unpleasant after effects, so very different Trontne-otner-pnysics have tried. By tiiking a Pill or two occasionally I enjoy good health, and freedom fromin any complaint what ever. Everyone to whom I have re commended these Pills has always derived the grea!est benefit from them. Indeed, I cannot express in words my h...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

S MOOROODU C. . The 'excitement of Easter has agaii? passed- Visitors have been favored?' with fine weather during the holidays. · On Good Friday residents- journeyed" to 'the soldiers' camp. at Tyabb, but finding they had departed for Bittern by train,- journeyed on to the well known fishing centre of Hastings, and after having lunch and a stroll along the pier (draped, as it were, with nets ep ead out to dry and to undergo-re pairs), with the fishing boats securely and quietly moored on the sheltered side, the return journey was com menced in tine to meet with the main body of the. troops, who were acting as the invading force. Pulling up alongside the road, they were sub jected to a good deal of scrutiny and good-natured banter, _and not long after they found themselves back at the familiar spot of Tyabb, where a few of the outposts of the defenders were encountered suffering from hunger -a bad outlook for an enemy to face on landing this side of Melbourne. On reaching home, it w...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

DROMANA. At a meeting of the committee of the Dromana Sports Club, an investi gation was held as to the rightful ownership of" Commotion," the win ner of the hurdles and Dromana handi cap at the recent meeting. After an animated discussion, it was decided to disqualify the horse for both races and the reputed owners for three years. This stringent action on the part of the committee should reassure the public in regard to the genuineness of the sport at meetings held at Dromana. The Victorian Field Artillery's Easter encampment was a new departure-prac tice with live shell. The prelimmary ar rangements caused much excitement. The Vulcan landed about 3' tons of general gear at Dromana, including 4Q tons of ammunition, targets, tents, and general comnmissariat stores. Nine gene ral service waggons, fully loaded, arrived per road and proceeded to the camp, about 13 miles away, situated on iMr Whiting's "Barragunda" station. The wsggous, after discharging their loads, were employed.in t...

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Concert and Ball at Mornington. AN IMMENSE AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

' Concert and Ball at -Mornington. AN I?MIENSE -AUDIENCE. The annual concert and ball in aid of the debt on the R.C. Presbytery was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Easter Monday night. Long before 8 o'clock the hall was full and in every available space extra chairs and forms were placed, to try and give sitting accommodation to the steady flow of people wishing to see the performance. The chairman (Mr A. Downward M.L.A.) prior to announcing the first item on the prdgramme, congratulated Father O'Hagen on having such an immense audience, and he fels sure the rev. gentleman was highly pleased and thankful for the support given him by the people of Mlornington and districts to help him to c'ear off the debt on the presbytery. Not wishing to lose any time, as the programme was very long, Mr Downward an nounced an overture by Miss Ruby McArthur, which was played with much effect. This was followed by bioscope illustrations, shown by Mr 'Radcliffe, after which: the following favourit...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

TYABB. In reply to a letter sent by a public meeting held here, protesting against the proposed removal of the post office, word has been received that neither the post office nor the telephone will be removed, but that the telephone must not in future be used for conver sations, and can only be used by the public for telegranms. Owing to the meeting above referred to beirng held under the auspices of the Progress As sociation, a lot o resments are n er the iniptession that;-the.- Association was advocating the removal of the posi office, but such was not the case, as the proposition came from the Postal'Department in the first place, and the Progress Association was un animous in opposing it. .Well, the troops have come and gone again, but during their short stay here, they seemed to "enjoy them selves immensely. In walking through the camp one could ii6t help hearing remarks-by the men to the effect that " this place is .just the -thiiig for a camp, no dust, and plenty of apples."...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Chamberlain's Tablets -have proved re markably successful in curing-. stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation- One. man was cured of a bad stomach trouble'by thes e-t d.?trd- - -'- .n"t " many S-... ecesantreatmerit, ,with out any permanent benefit. In cases of constipation they are mild and,- gentle in action, and they leavelthe bowels in__ nataura7l . healthy condition.: They are easy to tak d pleasant in effect.. Try, them.?Y oi wil bfiy?nsthem far: superior -to pills. -Fo sale by all-_s-ceepers. CWE desire to inforniprmoters and secretaries of entertainmenTlnmeetings etc:; that it .is always necessasryto no tify thei STArEDARD '-t ensure where possible a.:representative's attendance. ;Chamiliberlai ?iCough Remedy is Nature's most.natural remedy, improved-.by science to a pleasantiermanent, positive cure for coughs, coldt. and all inflamed surfaces of the lungs ari bronchial tubes. * The sore, weary, con -worn lungs are exhilarated, the micobeearing mucus is cut out, the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Auction sales. FLINDERS,. At the MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. On Saturday, 'April 24th, At 1.30 p.m. Auction Sale Of Household Furniture, Furnishings, etc TheContents of a LARGE VILLA re moved to the Institute for convenience of Sale. E. J. DIXON & SONS. 282 Chapel-st. Prahran (Arcade), have been favored with instructions from the Yen dor to Sell Handsome Drawing Room Suite in greeLr and goldsilk tapestry, 10 pieces, Wilton Pile Carpet to match suite. Large tvermantle, Marble Pedestal and Ornamental Jardineres, 9 piece Saddlebag Suite, Carved Walnut Frame, Velvet Carpet 1Sft- a 18ft., with Hearth IRug to match, Superior G G" Massive Carved Sidetoard, fitted with bevelled plates, SuperiorDinner Service and Handsome Tea Set, 10ft. Ex. Dining Table, Beautiful Over mantle, Carved Walnut 4 piece Bed room Suite. Black and Nickel Bed stead, Toilet Ware, Gilt Overmantle, Wilton File Brussells and Tapestry Carpets, Sideboard, Walnut and Bam. Ball (StandsJ Chest Drawers, lM.T. numerous oth b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, FianIston BOn' rTnR , Is prepared to Fill All 'e4esonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SSJTh SHOES,-ROPE SANDALS, - or the Beach. - LADIE?' AND GENTS.' TGHT B]OOTS & SHOES Il Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEARLY EXECUTED OOCTS an: SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY ST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FIPANKSTON: .Ciaff and Grain Store. All kinds of ProduceI n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, Bay-street, Frankston, Families WVited .n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only K-pt ............. Small Goods of Every De-scription Fresh Daily. Rides and Skin= Biught............ !Headachc, Indigestion, Co:ns!ipation and Bili-ousness. -o Tire immenlen r.nu::ir of orders for Fro,:oo:ds, sent ly f;: :-t direct to t..e Pro pri tar, iS cJ;Z:ni..g proof l::;t the l'u!i. a;, reriate t!:tir splen-d cur:ng po.-cr o:ver t ,c abo -e-t:a:0 dJ colplai;:ts. r:.-;otoido are e:egac-t in a'pe':rtnce alnd p _.-._. - t to t. , ; t .o -y ...

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Mornington Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Mornington Sports. .?The following are the handicaps -ot the BMornington sports on Wednesday next : SIIEFFIELD.-N. 1I'Arthur 5yds, P. Collins 7, J. 3'Arthur 9, F. I'l;roy 10. J. Garlick 10, A. M Ilroy 11, A. Peddie 11, A. a1'Arthur 13, L Harrison 13, G. M'Lear 13, G. King 14, J. Connell 14, H. Kerr 14, S. Garlick 15, G. Saunderson 17, W. A. Martin 17, J. Hutchins 17, W. A. Robertson 17. BoYs' SnEF'IEaLn.-L. Garlick 2yds, E. Lowden 2, G. Harrison 6, T. Coxhell 8, R. Hutchins 9, R. Gray 9, G. Croagh 11,D. Hutchins 14, F. Garlick 14. HURDLES.-J. Connell 5yds, G. King 5, E. Bunkley 6, A.3I'Ilroy 8, H Kerr 10. QUARTER MILE.-T. Stanley 10yds, D. O'Connor 10, J. M'Arthur 25, J. Garlick 25,/ F. 31'Ilroy 25, A. Er'Arthur 28, G. King 35, S. Garlick 40, G. Sanderson 40. BICYCrL? EVENTS. .1-Mile a-Nile yds. yds. J. LMLellan ... 10 15 H. Allison ... 10 15 L. Connell ... 30 45 L. Cole ... 40 60 AM. Petersan ... 60 90 M. Shepherd ... 85 130 One Mile Bike Race Held Open. F. DOHERTY C. B AXTER Handi...

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