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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
FEDERtAL ASSOCIATION. All matches to be played on the ground of the first-arnamed club. MAY liSnI. Mordialloc v Glen Huntly Ellendale v Cheltenham MIcntone v Moorabbin Frankston v Elsternwick MAY 22`D. Glen Huntly v Ellendale Cheltenham v Frankston M1entone v Alordiailoc MIoorabbin v E!sternwiek MAY 29Tt Moorabbin v Glen Huntly Frankston v Mlentone Mordialloc v Ellendale. Cheltenham v Elsternwick
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. LANGWARRIN v. FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. LANGWARRIN v. FRtANKSTON The above match was" played at Langwarrin last Saturday, and result ed ih, a win for the home team; the scores were-Langwarrin, 4 goals 4 behinds; Frankston, 2 goals 4 behinds. For the winners Ruler, Cain, Downs, and Chambers played well throughout. At times they were ably assisted by Clark, Oates, Summers and -Bunney; these four colts show great promise, and with training, will be of great service. For the losers, Gabriel (2), Cummins, Potrie, and Bolger played the best. |The game was much en joyed by the spectators. Arthur Andrews proved a very fair umpire, being assisted by E Berry and J Archi bald as goal umpires. Mrs J. N. Marsh kindly supplied refreshments for the Frankston team.
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
NOTES. Somerville play Hastings at Has tings to-day (Saturday). The following team will represent Mornington in their match with Bal narring to day : H. Downward, MI'Arthur (3). MI'Comb, larrison, Stanley, Slater, Schleebs (2), Harrap, Allison; Connell, S. Garlick, J Hutchins Bartlett, Wilson, H. Hut chins. The hon secretary of Dromana Club disires to acknowledge, the following donations:-Cr H. C. Sharp, Dr. Somers, and Mr L. Murphy, 10s Gd each, Cr Shaw, Mlr J. C. Griffith junr, 5s each. The hon. see. of the Somerville Football club acknowledges the follow ing donations with thanks :-Messrs S. S. Gault, J. Bennett, and Cummins 5s each. That stirling and popular player, Syd. Martin, has been elected captain of the Somerville team for the season. The team to represent Frankston in their match with St. Albans (Elstern wick), is as follows: Baxter, Box, Aitken, Kennedy (c.) Burton, O. Pettit, O'Neill, Gregory, Sher lock, Denham, Williams, Fagan, Young, Wallace, Sheehan, MI'Dougall, Rey...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CoNTIu?s their subscriptions. 2. If Subscribea order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until ARrEARS are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are direci`d, they are RESPONSIBrnL until they have settled their bills, and ordered the teriodlcals zo be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers; and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, Ifsubscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to. give 'NOTICE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking it. otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri baer will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, May 11. Dairy Cattle: A -fair supply of milkers and springers, and cows of good quality were again in strong de mand at very high rates, other des criptions also selling well. Store and young cattle were almost unsaleable. Best milkers £S 10s to £10, medium to £6 10s to X8; best springers to £8 12s 6d, medium to £7. The following were someof the principal lots: Store Cows to 47s 6d;.11, yr-old heifers to 35s, poddies 10s to 16s. Pigs:-A mdderate supply and prices generally about equal to last week's rates. Baconers to £3 15s, best porkers 37s to 42s Gd, medium 30~ to 35s. light 24s to 28s, stores 18s to 22s, slip: 14s to 16s, suckers 8s to 13s. Calves: A moderate supply which sold at late rates, best 17s to 22s Gd, medium 12s to 15s others from 5s. Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter.
Peninsula Football Association. RULES AND CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Peninsula Football Association. RULES AND CONDITIONS. i. Name of the Asssociation shall be the Miornington Peninsula Football Association, and it shall have the entire control and management of all matches associated with it, and shall have power to settle all dis putes which may arise in connection there with or with matches played under its patronage. 2. That the Association embrace all play ers living south of the line commencing on Port Phillip Bay at the Northern boundary of the Frankston and Hastings shire and ending at Tooradin. 3. All matches to be played under V.F.L. rules, except in such cases as the rules here by adopted supersede the V.F.L. rules. 4. Matches for the Premiership shall commence on the second Saturday in May. All matches to be played on Saturdays ex cept where otherwise arranged between the competing clubs. 5. All matches shall be commenced and played out to time arranged. In the event of the captains disagreeing, the field umpire shall be constituted sole ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
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BALNARRING v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
BALKARRING v. HASTINGS. These teams met for the first match of the season on the Hastings ground, that at Balnarring not being ready. Balnarring won the toss, and elected to kick to the eastern goal. A free kick to Amendola shortly after the bounce, and Hastings were attacking strongly, with the result that Robin son scored first point for Hastings. From the kick off play was in the centre for some time. With a series of marks, Lewis to Devescoe to J. Wil son, gave a shot for goal, which went out of bounds. Oswin relieved, and the ball travelled down to the other end. The Hastings backs were too strong, and the centre line playing well, the " blue and whites " were en abled to notch another point. From the kick off good play was shown by both teams. Wilson scored third be hind for Hastings from a snap shot. Evans and E. Buckley were playing splendidly for Balnarring, but their forwards seemed rather weak. Wilson scored a minor point, and shortly after first goal for Hastings, from a...
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) THE LOCAL PRESS TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) THE LOCAL PRESS. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE STANDARD. Sir,-I fr one am in full sympathy with the remarks on " Press Reco. nition " in a recent issue, because I know they are justified in more quart ers thlan onlle. At the same time, I am sure that there is no feeling of antago nisii to the local press, not in the slighect degree, but it is just the want of thought. I wast at an affair, a few weeks ado, andL( a good report was looked for by the promoters in THE STANDAI:D, but your claims as a print ing olfice had been overlooked. How can it he reasorably expected, I asked one of the grunlblers, that you could go to the expense of sending out a re porter or devote your space and type for the satisfaction of those who have no thought of supporting the paper by their patronage. I am sure if the same persons were in your place, and were so treated, they would not like it, and feel it hard ...
HOW TO TREAT A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
HO.V TO TREAT A HUSBAND. Englishwomen and colonials, when married, too often tacitly declare that the end of their life is accomplished, and this is neither wise nor dignified, nor even :rue. They settle down at once to grow old, and dowdiness would seem to be at tracdive to them, judging by the trouble they take to attain it. Absorbed by their home, their children, they seem to expect no future for themselves except through thotse they love. W\hile one cannot but respect the feel ing from which this rises, it is very •luhtful whether it is well to manifest :t. To gain a man's love is one thing, to 'e'.p it quite another; and little things ,tleet dnmestic happiness more than some vives believe, No husband likes to see • lt his partner is so sure of his affection itat she takes no pains to retain it. Any ,ress or dressing-gown, any style of Sc..ilflire" does for him; while all the one, though his dear Emma never ",spects it, he may be wishing that she -,,,ket a little more like other...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
A.N.A The quarterly meeting of the Sor rento branch of the A.N.A. was held on Monday night, Mr Macfarlan -(the President) in the chair. It being nomination night, a good muster at tended. The election takes place next Monday week, and some keen contests are expected for office-bearers, par ticual--ry that of President, MIr Mac far!an and Mr J. Wooster being nominated. The branch keep ups its number of members to 60. It has been decided to co-operate with the local Board of Advice re tree-planting on Arbor Day.
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON V. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. MORDIALLOC. With two successive defeats against them, those ardent supporters of Frankston who were so convinced that the team would find the conditions in the new Association so much better than was experienced locally last year, must be beginning to realise that their judgment was somewhat astray. Ano ther disappointing aspect is the incon sistency shown by leading players who were so much concerned as to Frank ston retiring from the local Association, and now, when better teams have to be competed against, they refuse to play with the club. F rankston have a good individual team, and our opinion that they will, with practice and an at tempt at systematic play, be well up in thefinals isstill the same,notwithstand ing the easy defeat administered by Mordialloc on Saturday. The mild enthusiasm shown by the public this year is in marked contrast to the keen interest evinced last season; but this is only what was to be expected, for the public as a w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Public Notices Miss Elsie O'Neill, D.M.S.V., IS prepared to receivePupils in PIANO FORTE, IJ A RMONY,& THEORY. 'lerms on application to '"Gertville,' Mielbourne Road, Frankston. CAR D. RC .. CI?l tLES WVELI), L.R C S.I. :ld H.,,petown has c,,ineniced the pr.aci.c of hi, prohs-sion at lDronmana. Visits livye ,, l \',edne-tvs fronm 11 to 12 a.Im. h1ur- S to 10 a.mc., 1 to 3 p.m1., 7 to 9 NOTICE. DR. W. B. BOUGHTON, L.R.C.-.L.MI. EDIN. L.S.A. LOND (Late of lhchmnsnd and Brunswick) -TILL row. and visit Patients DAILY. S '" Fxohleulhpg.', Bic:k Beach Load Sorrento. HOURS: Morning-9-11 a.m. Afternoon-l-3 p.m. Evening - 7-9 p.m. MEDICINES DISPENSED -2" Massey -Harris Red Bird, & Imperial Cycles. These well-known 4 licycl.:s can now ac had trom our lobal Agent, 1B. J. RET NULLUS. A good alloGwance I made on your n 'econd bahand Mrachines. CASH on TER.MS. .T. REYNOLDS. Agent Frankstuon O District L. e McKAY, Land &General Agent, DROMANA AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Mit. Ly...
THE WIFE'S INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
THE WIFE'S INFLUENCE. A woman has her husband's fortune, health and happiness all in her power, .eca'se she may, or she may not, as sho pleases, conform to his circum stances. It is her first duty to do this, and it should be her pleasure al so. No passion for luxury or dispt'zi ought for a moment to induc.: her to deviate from this line of conduct. Any ether course is sure to lead to un happiness, and, if persisted in, is like. ly to lead to ruin. Nothing can he more miserable than the struggle to keep up an appearance that should never have been assumed :If it could succeed it would cost nmore than it was worth, but as it seldom dies suc ceed, its failure involves great morti fication. Some of the best examples of human 'irtde have been shown by women who have been suddenly reduced from wealth and splendor to absolute want. A man's fortunes are to a great ex tent in the hands of his wife, inas much as his own power of exertion depends largely upon her. His moral and even his physi...
Mornington Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Morninigton Racing Club. A committee meeting of the above club was held at the Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Saturday night last, the president (Dr. J. E.;Somers), being in the chair. The following were also present-M-essrs J. L. Fairbairn (vice president), W. Odgers, F. C. Doherty, T. Coxhell, G. Bidgood, N. Unthank, and the secretary (Mr L. Harrison). The chairman expressed pleasure at being present, and also for being elected president of the club. He spoke in very flattering terms of the good work the secretary and commit tee had done in bringin. the race meeting to such a successful issue; it was almost impossible to select a bet ter secretary and committee. Mr F. C. Doherty was also complimented for selling the greatest number of members' tickets, which amounted to over £10. The balance sheet, which showed a profit of £28/15I6, was confirmed. It was decided to place £25 in the savings bank to the credit of the Mornington Racing club. The sum of £3/11/6 was set aside to secure a ...
Frankston Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Frankston Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was held at the Mechanics on Satur- day evening last, when there were present—Mesdames Shannon, Dalman, Dean, Reynolds, Misses Hay, Bates (3), Jolly, Stevens (2), Williams, Millard, O'Grady, Laurissen, Sangwell, Kemp, Gregory, Pettit, and Reynolds, Messrs Pettit (2), Brody, Young, Harley, Cummins, Bates, and Dr. WVilkinson, the latter gentleman being voted to the chair. The hon. sec. (Miss Hay) read the annual balance sheet, which showed that the club was in a satisfactory position financially, having a credit balance of over £12. The balance- sheet was adopted on the motion of Mesdames Dean and Reynolds. The election of office-bearers resul- ted as follows:— President, Dr. C. Maxwell, vice- presidents, Dr. Plowman, Mrs Wat- son, and Messrs A. D. Box, C. G. V. Williams, and A. E. Bates ; patrons, Sir John Madden, and Mr Jas. Grice ; hon. secretary, Mr S. Young ; trea- surer, Mrs Deane ; committee, Mes- dames Shan...
Local Divorce Case. PETERS v. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
Local Divorce Case. PETERS v. PETERS. Before Mr Justice Cussen at the Divorce Court on Tuesday last, Mary Haidee Peters, aged 28, of Glen Iris, domestic servant, sought divorce from John Thomas Peters, aged 33, on the ground of misconduct in the conjural house, and in circum stances of aggravation. Prior to the marriage, which took place at Port Melbourne-on 11th September, 1902, petitioner was a widow. One child born of the marriage was living, a boy now five years of age. Petitioner said that after the marriage they lived at Rye, near Sorrento. He used to cut wood and strip bark, and he made her stack wood. Thinking she did not work hard enough he bought her an axe with which to cut wood. Afterwards he went to work at Bittern. Respondent drove her out of the house when they were living at Frankston, and brought a woman and child there. He called the woman his new wife. She went to the house sub sequently with a private detective, and found him there in company with the other woman...
NEW CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 May 1909
NEW CAVES. An expedition took place last Sun- day morning, which almost rivals that of Lieutenant Shackelton. For some long time past it has been talked of the caves that are in existence on the Back Beach. A party was formed and went out and explored the locality. The party were successful in finding two, one a particulary fine one. Un- fortunately the party only took cand- les, which they could not keep alight, so could not get the exact length of the cave, but it was decided to visit it again fully equipped. It was thought by making it thoroughly known, and advertising the fact, it would be another place for the visitors to ramble.
Peninsula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909
Peniusula Court Fixtures for 19o9. --0 DROMANA.-(Taesdays, 1 p.m.)--Jan nary 5th, February 9th, March 1Gth April 19th, May 25th,. June 20th August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, November 16th. FRANKS ION. - (Mondays, 10.15 a.m.) P.M.'s days-February ist, March 8th. April 12th, May 17th. June 21st, July 26th, August 30th, October 4th, Nov ember 8th. MORNINGTON.-(Thursdays, 9 a.m.) January 7th, February 11th, March 18th, April 22nd, May 27th. July 1st, Auguat 5th, September 9th, October 14th, November 18th. SORRENTO;--(2Wednesdays; 10 a.m.) 17th, April 21st, May. 26th,June 30th; August 4th. September 8th, October 13th, November 17th;