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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909

Municipal Notices. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. THE Shire Secretary will be in at tendance at Somerville every FRIDAY, until the IOr? or JUNE, for the purpose of receiving Rates. Shire of Mornington. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS TO PAY RATES. SOTICE is hereby given that no person will be entitled to be en rolled in respect of any property, unless on or before the 10T DAY OF JUNE, 1909, all rates and interes, due in respect of such property have been pail. The Rate Collector will 'be in at tendance at the Shire Hall from the -2nd to the 10th day of June, both in clusive (S unday excepted), between the hours of 10 a.in and p.min. for the purpose of receiving payment of Bates. J. CROSBIE, Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Mornington, 11/5/'09. Shire of Mornington. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received up till noon on 3AY 27In iNssT., for the following works : Contract No. 7.-Sheeting 10 chains of road with unscreened gravel, Tyabb road. Contracts No. S and 9.-Forming, Metallling, and Gravelling, Ma...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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HASTINGS v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909

HASTINGS v. SOUMERVILLE. The above teams 'met at Hastings on Saturday, last. From. the.:bounce | I ofing ttook posssesson, and a series of marks, Jack to Carmichael to Wil son, put up first goal. On the ball being set going again, Somerville rushed it down, and had Hastings de fending, but activities were soon at the other end, and Carmichael got another goal. After some good play, in which Martin, Gomm, and Thornell were prominent, Webb raised the two flags for Somerville, the only goal they got in the match. The scores at quarter time were-Hastings, 3 goals 1 behind; Somerville, 1 goal, 1 behind. After changing ends, Hastings played all over their opponents, who did not add to their score. The tally at half-time stood-Hastings, 4 goals 3 behinds; Somerville, 1 goal 1 be hind. Three-quarter-time - Hastings, 7 goals 4 behinds; Somerville, 1 goal 2 behinds. Final-Hastings, 9 goals 5behinds; Somerville, 1 goal 2 behinds. For Hastings, Carmichael played the best game, and Deviscoe, Spo...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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A HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909

A Iix-r.-The Wairarapa Times re marks that a witness in a court case at Palmerston, N.7Z, said "It was a principle of journalism that a meeting which was not advertised was not reported by the Press." This prin ciple does not appear to be understood by some pc-sons. for instance, it is quite a common experience for people to drop into a newspaper office and ask for locals for entertainments and i meetings, concerning which not a word of advertising has appeared. To ask for locals on these conditions is about on a par with entering a baker's shop and asking for a loaf without paying for it. A newspaper proprietor gives locals in return for advertising support, and people should not expect locals or reports on any other condition."

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MORNINGTON v. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MORNINGTON v. BALNAR.RING. This match was played at Morning ton on Saturday. The ground was in splendid order. Mr T. Hutchins um pired the first quarter in place of Porteous, who missed the morning train and came on later. Balnarring won the toss, and kicked with the wind. On the bounce, Balnarring prevailed, and a goal was kicked by Buckley, the ball not being touched by a Morning ton player. Off again, and the Morn ington backs were having a hard time defendinjg. Connell relieved by a fine run down the wing, and passed to McArthur to Gat lick to F. Schleebs, who kicked a goal, the result of a fine bit of play by Mornington. On the bounce, a behind was scored by Balnarring, Buckley putting in some good work. On? the kick off Morning ton were hard pressed, and after a severe battle around the goal, a sixer to Ba!nairing resulted out of the scrimmage. Of" again, and goad play by Garick t., Schleebs resulted in a behind to lornington. On the kick off S ater coll...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909

1hIen you "wake up in the morning with a bad taste in your l)mothli you know that you need a dose of Ch:.?e..rlin's Tablets, for they will sluerpen your appetite and strcn ._ thn the dilgestive organs. Eorale'by l storekeeipe.rs. M any persons, find themselves affected with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza. As this cough can be promptly cured by the use of Chamberlain's Congh Remedy it should not be allowed to run on until be becomes troublesome. For sale' by all storekeepers. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6, A succession of colds or a protracted cold is almost certain to end ih chronic catarrh, from which few persons ever wholly re cover. Give every cold the attention it de serves and you may avoid this disagreeable disease. How can you cur- a cold ? TVhy not try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ? It is highly recommended. Flr sale by all storekeepers. . Why not use Chamberlain's Pain -Balm when you have rheumatism ? We feel sure that the re...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 22 May 1909

SORRENTO. We have to record the death of Mr John Clarke, who was employed on the Sorrento trams as an engine driver. He recently returned from Melbourne, when he had been laid up with influenza, and it is sup posed he got a relapse. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, the Rev. Mr Rodda officiating at the grave. The Sorrento Progress held their general meeting last week, and a good number of members attended. Animated discussion took place on several grievances which were ventilated. The meetings are to be held alternate Friday evenings. Dr Bough ton was elected as chairman, -Mr R. Mars den as treasurer, and Mr C. H. Morgan as secretary. The body of one of the crew of the yacht Lilian which was lost on Sunday 25th, was found on the front foreshore by Mr M. Matheson. Constable Rawlings had the body removed to Melbourne. where it was positively identified as Mr Stephen Dunn, one of the ill fated party.   Owing to the unsettled state of the wea ther, the cave explor...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Marketing Fruit. UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Marketing Fruit. UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS. [FnOM THE 'LEADIR."] In " The Leader " issue of the 15th inst. we published an important letter, received from the Red Hill Fruit Growers and Producers' Association. The Red Hill district comprises a large section of the best land on the Mornington Peninsula, and local settlers, in addition to growing apples and other fruits, can claim the dis tinction of producing thelargest quan tities of strawberries sent out of any one district in the State. When questioned regarding the Red Hill Association's proposal, Mr James Lang, the well-known orchardist of Harcourt, said:-" It touches a very sore point with the country growers. The present method of disposing of fruit is not very satisfactory. It is a very dillicult matter to suggest a remedy. In all countries the method adopted in selling produce is either public auction or private sales. We have both systems of handling fruit in Melbourne, and I believe that a large majority of those engaged i...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Kicked on the Mouth. A FOOTBALLER SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Kicked on the Mouth. A FOOTBALLER SUSPENDED. At a meeting of delegates of the Federal Football Association, held at Mentone on Tuesday. night (Cr Le Page in the chair), a complaint arising out of the Mlordialloc v. Frank ston match on May 8th was ventilated. The Frankston club forwarded a letter complaining' that Denham had been kicked on the molith by Lording, of the Mordialloc team, during the game. Denham attended the meeting, and said that he was kicked as stated, and that as a result it had cost him 30/ to have his teeth attended to. He had no ill-feeling against Lording. He would not have minded a fair stand up fight and was willing to take his own part, but he considered deliber ately kicking was too bad altogether.., MIr Oakley, sen., gave evidence as to the affair, and said that it looked as if the .kick was intentioral. He was near at the time and saw the occur rence plainly; LT?rding denied that he kicked Den ham intentionally, and contended that Denham first hit him, tha...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

LANCWARRIN There are a good many enquiries for land during the past few months, arnd holders are firin, without, a fair de posit; they do not seem eager to sell. Owing to the closing of Cheltenham and Edwood ranges, some of the mus ketry courses are now being fired off here under staff-Sergeant Garnett. Under instructions from Lieut. Holds worth, a number of Somerville rangers, under Sergeant Johnson, come'up to assist the suburban men. The Recreation Hall Company are making sure and steady progress. Among the ideas talked about is a local exhibition during the spring. 1Mr Robert Dickie, well-known here forClydesdale horses and Scotch poetry, has left for his ,winter residence at Kyabram. It is rather unusual for snakes to be seen about during this month, but a good many have been killed lately. A great many of the fruit-growers here complain that owing to heavy restrictions fruit growing does not pay. The initial expenses now amount 'to-17 . ,"re r e"`frm tne-treeto the' buyer; thi...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Rifle Shooting. On Saturday last the Frankston club fired a match on the local range against a second team from the Essendon and Flemington club. The Frankston men were in great form, and with the excep tion of one. all scored 60 or over. Cooper and Willox topped the list with the fine tally of 68 each, both scoring the possibleat 400 yds. The total was 643, giving the splendid average per man of 64.3. The visitors only spored 548, Frankston thus winning by 25 points. The scores were as follows: FiAxKSTON. Total Cooper ... ... ... 68 F Villox ... ... ... 68 B. Lloyd ... ... ... 67: Denyer ... ..... ... r7 Oates ... ... ... .6 Lynch ... ... ... 66 Grant ... ... ... 61 Moseley ... ..... 61 H. Lloyd... ... ... 60 Corlett ... ... ... 59 643 ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON. Total Cottrell .... .... .... 62 Inches ... ... ... 59 Watson ... .... ... 59 - Tilbury ... .... ... 58 Waldie ... ... ... 55 fIcVean ... .... ... 53 Craig ... ... ... 53 Dutton I... ... ... 52 Edwards ... .... ... 51 Flanaga...

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JUNIOR FOOTBALL. MORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

JUNIOR FOOTBALL: MORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. This match was played, . on Satur day, on the ground of the former, and resulted in a creaitable win for Frank ston by 12 points. The game was very evenly contested throughout. MIr T. Hutchins umpired the game very satisfactorily. The best players for the winners were-Gabriels' Bros., Parsons, McKenzie, Kerr, Littlejohn, O'Neill, Cummins, Buthune, and Daniels. The following were the scores. Frankston 4--4 (28 points). Mornington 0-16"(16 points). The goal-kickers for Frankston were McKenzie, O.Neill, Heffernan; and H. Gabriel.

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

NOTES. F. Harrap is getting into form again Somerville play Tyabb at Tyabt to-day. Mornington received their first de feat against Somerville. R. Stanley followed well on Satur day. Time-keepers should ring bell when time is up. A. McArthur is just beginning to show Mornington his worth. S. Wilson was at his best against Somerville. Porteous umpires at Sorrento to day. N. McArthur played a splendid game for Mornington. : Somerville lady-follows were all out on Saturday. Game very close at Somerville last Saturday. Mornington missed their quartet from the gas works on Saturday. Mornington expect to take a record following to Sorrento to-day. The secretary of the Somerville club acknowledges with thanks a donation of 10/- from Mr T. Thernell. Hastings, who are now the only un defeated team in the competition, have the bye to-day. The veteran T. Coxhell, had to strip for Mornington last Saturday, and took some splendid marks Umpire Nichols could not keep up with the players. His decisi...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ADVERTISEI S and correspondents are reminded that all communications id tended for insertion in the STANDARD should reach the office not later than by Friday morning's letter delivery at Frank ston. lit T. Chapman, of Red Hill, ad vertises prize white leghorns for sale from the celebrated Roseworthy strain. THE annual M.U.I.O.O.F. ball at Somerville will he held, as per adver tisement, on Friday night, June 4th. rMr. D. McIntosh, Opthalmic Optician, will visit Fraikston professionally on Thursday next, June 3rd, and may be consulted at Fairleigh House. TENDERS close on Monday for the sup ply of 1500 fencing posts, for Major Campbell, "Amesfield Park," Morning ton. Particulars are given fully in ad vertisement. MIt J. W. Stewart, watchmaker, jewel ler and optician, has commenced business next to the Pier hotel. Mr Stewart will visit Frankston each week. Orders and repairs left care oE Mr Harris on the premises will receive prompt attention. See advt.appearing in to...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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HASTINGS v. SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

HASTINGS v. SOttRENTO. This match was played at Sorrento on Saturday, when Hastings kept up their winning form by scoring ann ther victory. The final scores were Hastings, 6-2 (38 points); Sorrento, 4-2 (26 points). No details are to hand. The position of Clubo in the Peninsula Football Association is as follows: Pld. Won Lost Dwn. Pts. Iastings 3 3 o o 12 Morningtol 3 2 I o 8 Somerville 3 2 x o S Dromana 2 I I o 4 llalnarring 3 1 I o 4 Tyabb 2 o 2 0 o

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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Wn{TER TIME TABLE FOR MORN I ?GTON PENINSULA. MELIOUIRNI TO FRANK 'ION. p.m. 11.111).111m . I.m an.lm, Ill,. Snts. Sitl. Sate, p).I p.1 p1.. 11.1m only ox, Molb, dop. 7.4' 810 1220 1.1 18 ; i30 (120 I 1, Cormrm 9.11 0.23 1.80 2.211 2 32 0.23 7.20 12.46 F'koton, arr. 9.22 )931 I.lb 2.37 2.413 0.3 7.40 12 55 Il?RANKT'I'ON T1O a01LI IOUlJNI. SaLt. Rats. 1.11m1 ill. n,lll. p )1 .m.111, P.l111, pn1.1 . p. 3n1. Frankston, dop. 7.12 8 3:10 90 35 1.17 2 11 3. 3 8 0., 8,20 Calrrllm 7.2:3 8 41 0.51 1 28 2.32 3 11 3.10 0,21 8 11 Meolbouwno, arr, 8.:32 I9.8 110 2.37 3.42 .1,25 1,30 7.31. 0,12

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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express noti'e to the contrary are considered as wishing to COOTIsNE their sutscriptions. 2. If Subscribers order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until AisiEARS are paid, "; 3. Jf subscribers refuse -or, neglect,.to -. take periodicals from the office to whicl they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have settled their hills, and ordered the periodicals zo be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without inforining the publishers. and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. •5, Ifuboscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NorICE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wilh to con tinuetaking it. otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subecri ber will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON.—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

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MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

1LMORNINOTO v. SOMERVILLE. Mio nigton and Somerville met at Somerville on Saturday, when a most exciting game was witnessed by a large number of people. Mornington started off with a dash, and scored a goal within three minutes of the start, and Somerville suppIrters began to feel unoomfortable. However, Somer ville respolnded, and soon ha&d scores equal. The second. quarter saw Somerville playing up. and they scored one goal and five behinds to their opponents' nil, and their supporters cheered up. In the third quarter Somerville acain showed good form,. and notched one more goal and several behinds, while Mornington got two behinds. At the end of the quarter the scores were-3 goals 12 behinds to one goal five behinds. The last term shook the Somerville boys up, Morn ineton going in neck and crop and playing a great game. Harrap's ruck work was most marked. The visitors scored two more goals and two behinds and matters were most interesting, Mornington barrackers being very...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Tennis. The annual meeting of the Morning ton Tennis club was held in the Lib rary, Mornineton, on May 12th. |he following otlice-bearers were elected :-President. S. Cook, Esq; vice-president., J. WV. Grover, Esq; committee, M~essrs Barrett, Jenkins, and Townsend, :Mlesdanmes Barrett, and Grover ; secretary and, treasurer, Mr D. J. B. Tait. The balance sheet was read and con firmed, showing an inconie for the year of £24 10s 3d, and a credit bhal ance of £S 4s Sd, so that the club is in a fairly prosperous condition. Con side, able discussion took place on the question of raising the subscription, and thus enabling the club to supply halls. It was at length decided as follows :-Gents' annual, 20s ; ladies' annual, 10s; each extra lady in family after the first, 5s per annum. it was also arranged to get up several tournaments for the coming winter.

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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 — 29 May 1909

Our Letter Box. (Ve. do not neceseer ny idoetify ooeol4c, with the opinions e.preooe12 ly ooreepondento) FLINDERS SHOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE bTAFDARD Sir,-In reply to your correspond ents' letters in your issue of the 15th inst., I would respectfully ask "A Committeeman " to come out in the open if he has anything to say to elucidate ihatters, and I will then take pleasure in answering him. Mr Hol land again shelves the question by repeating in a different form his previ ous assetion, which leaves us just as far from the truth as ever, and cer tainly we will get no nearer to it so long as Mr Hollaid evades the real point at issue. Will that gentleman now tell us under what sections naming the class of animals-were the Anniesleigh stock previously exhibited in the Flinders show ? \\hat prizes did they take, and under what sections the prize-takers could have competed at the show now under discission ? If he will do this and thereby point out where I have erred, I will be reluct antly...

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