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NOVELTY PONY RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

NOVEILTY PONY RACF. 14.2 a.u. 4}furlongs. V. E. Fleming' s Twilight. 9.10 (Forbes), 132 yds. behind 1 J. Riley's Ruff'Un, 7.0 (Delaney) 72 yds. behind ...... 2 R. H. Johnson's Cassiopa, 8.0 (Cooper), 120 yds. behind 3 The Bride, Snowden, Alona,Musadorh, Little Jack. and Noreen were the other starters. Twilg;ht caught and shot past the others before reaching the straight, and won anyhow by over a dozen lengths. Betting: Evens Twilight, 2 to 1 against Ruff'n, Alona, and Cassiopa,3 and 4 to I the others.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

Bereavement Notice. MR & MRS TWINING & FAMILY, desire to express their sincere   THANKS to their numerous friends for   their kind expressions of sympathy by letters, cards, and floral tributes, received during their recent sad berearement. '' Hiilcrest,"   Esplanade, Frankston ZlT e l tanbarb. PUBLIs.HID I''EI~ SAI'UTURDAY IIfli VI N'J. "Nothing extenwate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, MAY 1.

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FLINDERS A. AND H. SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

FLINDERS A. AND H. SOCIIETY. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,-My attention has been direc ted to an article in your issue of the 17th i,,st by Mr T. Falls, re Flinders show, complaining of the action of officials in practically barring "Annes leigh" stock from competing at the show hela on the 31st March. This, Sir, is altogether incorrect. Our ob ject as a Society is to act fair and square by all. In so doing we en courage exhibitors to come along with confidence. Were we as a Society to start picking and choosing who the exhibitors were to be, result -Fufieral F. A. and H. Society. In contradic tion of Mr Falls' statement, let me draw that gentleman's attention to prize schedule as issued for March show, 1909, Glass A., horses, sections 1 to 6 inclusive. If in possession of animals formerly owned by Mr J. Mitchell and exhibited by him at previous Flinders shows, A~r Falls could -have entered them in any of the sections specified, all being for draught stock. -In the drafting of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

AN 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 COup of Tea (gratis). Also, if not alreac'y using them, WRITE ,.T ONCE for FREE TESTING SAMPLES Of their delicious TEAS, - COFFEES, - & - COCOAS Please Warehouse and Factory : I ention this 30 Flinders-street. Paper. Salesroom : 66 ElizabeJth-street. Alcock & Co. Pro.p. Ltd. SLAZEXGEIt'S New Shipments of Tennis every Renshaw ... 15., Three MJonths. l)emon ... 21 E.G.MI --- 35" AYRE'S MIatch 2 ... 8, , - . ..0o S C, vered Balls, 16s 6d doz. S 4 ... 12/1 I'nc'vred. In-, 723 cz. • ... 1256 155 & 157 EýIZAB T ? i-ST., MELBOURNE Railway Cash Stores. (Opposite Station). YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON. D. McDONALD, ® (General and Family Grocer ---and Provision Merchant CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRIOT New Goods of Every Description. Familks 'Waited on for' Orders, Goods Delivered Promptly. C. P. Stanway, TAILOR --..62 SWAN...

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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, APRIL 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

Flinders and Kange-rongj Shire CounciL SATURDAY, APRIL 24th. The' ordinary monthly meeting of the above was 'held at Drormana on Saturday, when there were present Ors Buckley (President), Davies, Stan ley, Shaw, Chapman, Sharp, Marsden, and Clark. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Crs Clark and Stanloy. TENDERS. The following were accepted : Dayman, Centre Riding.- A. Clydesdale, 7/- per day. Dayman, East Riding.- Henry Davies, 7/- per day. Maintenance metal, Rocks to Bridge, J. Clydesdale, at 4/5 per yard. Maintenance metal, East Creek. G. - Bryne 6/6 per yd, earthwork 1/ per yd. Maintenance metal, West Riding, Mores and Spunner. Maintenance metal, Main Creek, E. Cairns junr., 5)- per yd. Works on BIoneo Road, near Cairns Hut, C. Cairns, 200 yds rubble, -2/- per yd; Formation, etc., 8/ per chain. - CORREISPOnDEsCE. Borouigh of Chiltern, requesting co operatiof in having Empire Day (24th May) added to the list of permanent public holidays....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

The Sultan invited to dinner (A dinner no doubt very nice). Each Turkish political chinner, And gave them some wholesome advice ! "-My skin," he observed. ""play be dusty. But my motives are perfectly pure. If through speaking your voices grow husky, Try a dose.of Woods' Peppermint Cure !" New Tasmanian Cable from Flinders. 1i The secretary to the Central Posta Administration, Mr R. T. Scott, repor ted to the Postmaster General last week that most satisfactory trials had taken place over the new cables be tween Victoria and Tasmania. Under, the old contract with the Eastern ExtensionCo messages for Hobart were repeated by operators at Georgetown and Launceston.. There are automatic repeate attached to the Federal cable, which lessen the risk of mistakes and increase the speed of messages. These, Mr Scott stated, worked splendidly. The Eastern Extension. Co. worked its cables until midnight on Friday, when its contract, expired. The thiough;Federal service then-.begun.. Theautomainit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

Public Notices. A CARD. DR. 0. M1AXWELL -----FRANKSTON. Houns-9 to 10 2to 3 7 to 8 Vaccinations at the Surgery 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m. William S. Cook, Solicitor, ... 0RNI.. 1 N1iGTON,...... MELBOURNE ADL I...i., Prelt's Buildings, 60 Queen Street. Attendl Frankrton on Court days ; TIastsgas, second Satutday in month Dromana, Counei: d.L. e. ROLLAND FRASEI, L , M.A.C.D . DENTIL SURGEON H AS p!eaaure in -tting that he will vi?5t FILAŽ\KSTON on --WE\'D.S?L DAY. APRIL 2S3. - and c;n be consult-d between 10 a.m. and G p.m. at FR-ANKSTOI- HOUSE, or by appointl ment. POIIVAz E ADDnE-S 15 TOORAK ROAD, SOUTH YARRA. (1 min. from Sout:h Ytrra station.) WV. LOBB, ESTATE, STOCK. AND GENLItAL AGEN I. MAIN STREET, MIL'::INGTOX. AGENT FOE Co, s CIda L rO]Cs FPI?E J. - . - DOq EITY, BUTCHER, -3Lux STREET, Mornington. AVING taken otver the Business of Mr F. C. Doherty (who success fully carried on same for the past nine yeare). I desire to inform the Residents of 3Morn'ngton Peninsula that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Fiankston BOnf Tflsl , Is prepared to Fill All S etsonable Requirements. Every Customer TWeLl Served. PRICES=RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIEP AND GENTS.' IGHT BOOTS & SHIOES A. - Iii sjhdieissosii ent:. REPAIRS NEAILY EXECUTED BOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, ,Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: :Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce' n Stock._ A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited ,,n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kepi. ............... Small Goolds of Every Des::ription Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins B..nght........... Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. 0 prictar, is convinci;vg proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing, po- -r 0over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasa:t to take; t!.y are iummensely nr .?e valuae , t ::in an irdinary ,i rient; th:, y re·:.;,ve f:.-?:. t'; b'ive,,...

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Peniusula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

Peniusula Court Fixtures for 19o9. DEOBANA.-(Tuesdays, I p m.) )- Jan uary 5th, February 9t1l, March 16th, April 1th, May 25th, June 29th, August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, November 16th. FRANKS ION. 3 Mondays; .l.1.15 am.) P.M.'s days-February 1st, March 8th. April 12th, May, 17th. June 21st, July 26th, August 30th, October 4th.-Nov ember 8th. -MORNINGTON.-(Thnrsdays, 9 a m.) January 7th. Fet ruary 11th. March 18th, April 22nd, May 27th. July 1st, August 5th, September 9th, October 14th, November 18th. SORRENTO.-(Wednesdays, ,10 a.m.) January Gth. February 10th, IMarch 17th, April 21st, May 26thJune 30th, August 4'h. September 8th. October 13th, -November 17th.

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[?]ANET LADY CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

)ANET LADY. CLA-RKE. Deep, widespread, and- sincere regret was felt.at the announcement made,on Thursday morning of the death of Janet Lady Clarke, which took place at her re sidence, Cliveden, East Melbourne. Some six years ago, while voyaging back to Australia from Europe, she contracted Maltese fever, a malarial ailment. A partial recovery about two years ago was followed by steadily increasing suffering from the effects of the fever, and for the past 12- months Lady Clarke has prac tically been confined to her room. Pneumonia and peritonitis succeeded an attack of pleurisy about 10 months ago. For 30 years Lady Clarke has been a prominent figure in Melbourne society, not only at social functions, but in chari table, artistic, religious, and educational centres.- As a rich woman, she recog nised her responsibilities and never shirked them. Her daily engagements would have severely tried most public men. She not only succeeded in carrying them out, but she found time for home life...

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Mornington Races. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

Mornington Races. OFFICIaLS :-President, Dr. J. E. Somers; Vice-presidents, J. L. Fairbairn Esq., J. W. Doherty Esq. : Patrons, Hon. A. Downward Esq. M.L.A., Hon. J. G. Aikman Esq. l1.L.C., Major Chas. CampbellEsq., A. RutterClarko Esq., E. L1 M'Caughan Esq., Sydney Spencer Hall Esq.,1 olhurst Esq., Schutt Esq, S P. Townsend Esq, A. Coppel E-cq., Itobt. Nunn and Co., W. Kinnear Esq., V Hrowland Esq., A. Harlem Esq. .; Judge, Hon. A. Downward M.L A.; Clerk of G,urse, Mr R. Unthank ; Starter, Mr J. Connell :Clerk of Scales, M1r A bcattie; Ponvy Iea.snrers, Messrs F C. Doherty and V. Odgers ; Suldle cloth Steward, Mr (G. lBidg.eal: ; Stew ards, Messrs F. C. l)oherty, J. Connell, C. Adams, \V Odgers, I lrwurward, T C.xhell, T. "Males- . Bidgoral, R. L IUth:k.. C. (rr-ves ; Hon. SurgZon, Dr. .1. F Somers : Handicaplpers, les-srs H. )uownward, C. Adams. (G. The heavy rain which fell on Wed nesday morning, prevented many dis trict peonle from attending the races bead at Mr Grice's property...

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Obituary MR JAS. GRANT, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

Obituary MIR JAS. GRANT, SEN. It is with regret we have to chronicle the demise, at the advanced age of 83, of one of Somerville's oldest and most respected residents, in the person of Mr Jas. Grant, sen., which occurred at his late residence at Somerville on Sunday last. By Mr Grant's death Somerville and district lose one of the very oldest and most highly respected residents. Mr Grant and Mr W. A. Shepherd (who died only a few weeks ago) were in the early days friends and neighbours in Melbourne, and came down and settled at Somerville together many years ago. Deceased for some time had charge of the post office when it was situated at the Somerville station. Mr Grant has been a successful and prosperous fruitgrower and nursery man, and has given each of his five sons a splendid start in life. By his honesty of purpose, strict integrity, hard work, and kindly nature, Mr Grant won the esteem and regard of every resident of the district The respect in which Mr Grant was held was ev...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 May 1909

NOTES. The Dromana football club has been fortunate in securing a new playing ground adjacent to the old one, which is nicely situated in one of Mr G. Chapman's paddocks, and is well sheltered from the wind by a fringe of pine trees. The thanks of members are undoubtedly due to Mr Chapman for his sportsmanlike action in grant ing the club the use of his property for football purposes. Mr Menck, hon. sec. of the Mor nington Peninsula Football Associ ation, received intimation from the Sorrento football club of their desire of joining the Mornington Peninsula Football Association, consequently the printing of the rules will be delayed till after the delegates meeting, which takes place on Thursday next. On Saturday last, in a match be-. tween Frankston and Mornington boys football club one of the players master Tom Coxhell, of Mornington) in the last quarter, whilst running with the ball, fell and broke his arm above the wrist. About three months ago be had the misfortune to break the...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

NOTES. The Balnarring club intend playing their matches in Mr P. Vansuylen's paddock near the post office. We invite those interested to send along items for publication. Secre taries and captains will oblige us and benefit their clubs by forwarding reports. Mr R. Cohen, heon. sec. Mornington Football Club, acknowleges the follow ing donations:-W. Cook Esq. (presi dent uf the club) £1 is, Mrs Smith " Belura" 10s. The secretary of the Somerville football club acknowledges the follow ing donations with thanks :-Messrs J. Taylor, 1 is; J. A. Horsfall, 10s 6 ; C. Gray, 5s. Peninsula players in " Joker " Cam eron, Len Incigneri, and "Dug" Chapman (Dromana) all played well in the games played at the opening of the Melbourne season on Saturday. Mornington, who will be without Menck, Morrison, W. Males, and P. White, are including several promising juniors in their team. Harrap Bros., and D. Allison are re-appearing in the team again. P. Gomm, who played some great games in the ruck for Has...

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SOMERVILLE v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

SOMERVILLE v. TYABB. Somerville played Tyabb at Somer ville last Saturday, the former team winning very easily. Scores :-Somer ville 11-7 (73 points), Tyabb 0-6 (6 points). The best players for Somer ville were 1. Firth, S. Martin, K. Webb, W. Monk, P. Thornell, and F. Murray, and for Tyabb, Slocoumbe; W. Baker, F. Mills and Floyd (2).

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

SFEUEDEAL ASSOCIATION. SAll matches to be played on the ground of the first-named club. MAY STI. Cheltenham v Mentone Fnn'l--.:on v lordialloo Moorabbin v Ellendale Glen Huntly a bye. MAY 15Trh. IAordialloe v Glen Huntljr Ellendale v Cheltenham Mentone v Moo'abbin Frankston abv. MAY 2 SD. 'Glen Huntly' vEllendale . Cheltenham. v Frankston. lMentone v Mlordialloe Moorabbin a bye. M*AY 29T _Moorabbin v Glen Huatly Fra'nkston v Mentone ,Mordialloo v Ellendale. Cheltenham a bve.

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MORDIALLOC v. MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

IORDIA-LLOC v. 1,OORABBTN. Mordialloc gave Mlrorabbin an un merciful beating on the former's ground, which stamps the former as a team that will take a lot of beating, consequently the game against Frank ston (who will have a vastly improved team) should result in a splendid con test on the local oval to=day. M1ordi alloc made no error in administering a decisive defeat, and when the bell rang the scores stood at-Mordialloc 2-n-21 (159 points), lMoorabbin 2-3 (15 points). Balfe Bros. and Ern Bungey (three grand players) were the top-notchers for the winners, who were represented by a good all-round team, as follows: Backs, 11. Brown, D. Shelley, Storey; half-backs, L. Lording. E. Looker, J. Hill ; centres, H. Balfe, S..Balfe, F. Lording; half forwaads, C. Andrews, H. Bungey, G. Jones, followers, E. Bungey, J. Ander son; rover. R. West. At a meeting of the Association on Tuesday night, the match was awarded to Moorabbin, the Mordialloc club having played a man who was not registered ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

LOCAL AND GENER"! ADVERTISEIRS and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion in the STANDARD should reach the office not later than by Frilay morning's letter delivery at Frank ston. THE Mornington Racing Club made a profit of over £20, on the recent race meeting held at Preston Grange. THE annual meeting of the Frankston tennis club will be held this (Saturday) evening in the Mechanics' Institute. THE annual M.U.I.O.O.F. ball at Somerville has been fixed, as per adver tisement, for Friday night. June 4th. MR F. C. Chamberlin left Frankston on Tuesday for a holiday trip through Tasmania and thence to Sydney and around to Melbourne by boat. Mit J. Wren was at Frankston last week, and it is rumored that there is a probability of him purchasing the race course adjoining the railway line near Frankston. A Pox? belonging to Mr H. rlasterton, of Frankston, bolted with a jinker on Wednesday evening at Frankston. Fortu nately the vehicle was unoccupied, and...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

Football. We are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, and would ask secretaries or captains of contesting teams to arrange to forward complete results of matches as early in the week as possible, dccompanied by any de serving remarks on the play.

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Suppression of Fruit Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 May 1909

Suppression of Fruit iDiseases. Ate the general meeting of the Som erville Fruitgrowers' Association in April the secretary was instructed to write to Mr Duffus, the Secretary for Agriculture, requesting that an experi mental plot in an orchard be taken charge of by the department's officers to demonstrate by practical work for a period of three years that various pests could be eradicated under payable conditions, it being contented by seve ral old growers that some of the pests classed under the Vegetation Diseases Act could not be eradicated, but only checked for the time being.. A reply was received on Monday from the department that it could not agree with the suggestion, and that experi ments had been carried out in this district eight years ago with good re suits by Mr. Carmody, now holding the office of chief inspector. It is con tended that the department is asking the growers of Victoria to suppress diseases that are not suppressable, and owing to the varying conditiocs of...

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