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

Football. TVe are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, sad would ask secretaries or captains of contesting teams to arrang:e to forward complete results of matches as early in the week as possible, accompanied by any de scrviun; remarks on the play.

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

TYABB. The Tyabb and Hastings Fruit growers, Association will hold its next monthly meeting on Tuesdaoy next. .Ilne 1st. Ever since Mlr -loufe has been the secretary of the association, he has worked hard to bring fruit growers together, so that they may help one another by relating their various experiences, and has several times obtained the services of good speakers. On Tuesday night a lecture entitled, "A practical talk to practical men," will be delivered by Mlr R. Darbyshire Roberts, of Melbourne. The following is an exrtacrof a report of the above gentleman's lecture in the Woodend Mechanics' Institute: -the subject then being " mistakes in manuring "-" Mr Roberts left no room for any doubt as to his knowledge of the science of agriculture, and, being a man who combines practical experience with theoretical knowledge, he impressed those present as really knowing what he was talking about." An advertisement appears this issue regarding difference of night of meet ing As will b...

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

AT. SOMERVILLE. May 24th was celebrated ina fitting manner both by the adults and children of the district. In the forenoon the Somerville school (Mr Horsfall; head teacher). was visited by Crs George Griflith,C. Murray, andMr S.S. Gault, who spoke, to, the scholarsa. and de livered appropriate addresses. Mr J. Taylors- schools at Oliver's Creek and Tyabb were attended by Cr Cole, Capt. Woodhouse, and Dr. Griffeth, and each of these gentleman addiessed the children, who appeared .much inter- r ested in all that was explained about the Empire and the stock from which we are sprung and the noble deeds that won the Empire. At 7 in the evening the pupils from the various schools assembled at Somerville hall in great force, and a long programme of songs, recitations, and dialogue was given by the children in a manner that reflected the highest credit both on the teachers and pupils. Fireworks, kindly pro vided by Cr Griffeth of Two Bays, was a very exciting and pleasing part of the early...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Football. RULES & CONDITIONS OF THE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

.. Football;. - RULES & CONDITIONS OF THE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. I. Name of the Asssociation shall be the Mornington 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. -lMatches for the Premiership shall comn*rnce on the second Saturday in May. All matches to he played on Saturdays ex cept where otherwise arranged between the competing clubs. 5. All inatclhes shall be commenced and played out to time airanged. In the event of the captains dis:agreemrig, the field umpire ...

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

BALNARRINC. A muLch larger area has beei put in with crops this year, and a number of farmers are preparing land now to be let lay fallow until next autumn. It has been found here, as in all other parts of Victoria, that if the ground is fallowed and allowed to sweeten in the sun, it will with super-phosphates give almost double the return under the usual system of cropping. Two very fine crops of rape have been grown on, new land on the "' Coolart" estate, where Mr Armstrong intends to top off 2000 sheep on 160 acres of rape. Mr Cole, at " Minto," also has several splendid crops of- rape: All the early sown oat crops are looking well after the recent heavy rains. A movement has been made to have the present cemetery site of 10 acres sold, and purchase a smaller block of land either at Richardson's paddock or Toulum. Mr L. Berryman has been appointed secretary to a committee, who are taking steps to secure a more centralIposition for a cemetery.

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Peninsula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Peniusula Court Fixtures for yo909. DROMANA.-(Tuesdays, 1 p m.) - Jan uary 5th, February 9th, March 16th April 19th, May 25th. June 29th August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, November 16th. FRANKSIrON. - (1onalays, 10.15 a.m) P.M.'s days-February 1sc, March 8th. April 12th. May 17tri. .une 21st, July 26th, August 30th, October 4th, Nov ember 8th. MORNINGTON.-(T'hursdays, 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 6th, February 10th, March 17th, April 21st, May 26th,June 30th, August 4th. September 8th. October 13th, _November 17tn.

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

*Many persons fiod';themselves affected 'with a persistent cough after an attack" of influenza. As this cough can: be promptly cured by the use of Chainberlain s Coughl Remedy, it should not b@ allowed to run on until be becomes troublesome.. For sale by all storekeepers. The Standard Family Medicine. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS, SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. The prudent housewife always keeps a bottle in the house, for she has learnt by experience that Nature occasionally requires some assistance, and that this assistance is best afforded by prompt recourse to Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Tn thousands of homes the little Amber Bottle in which these Pills are packed is the sole Medicine Chest, for in almost SV every case of sick ness Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills -_ can be administered aSE $ -4 with beneficial re sults. Whatever oECTIONS ( the ailment, it is imperative that the M" "'"""' M bowels shall be r * " kept free, and the INDAN ROOT process by which the blood is purified shall ...

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

Public N?otices. T. W. HARRIS, ?' Bay Street, FRANKSTON (Next door to Pier Hotel). Commission Agefti, Shorthand Writer and Typist. Correspondence condt:cted promptly and satisfactorily at Moderate Rates. Advice free. Sporting Books and Papers may be inspected at any time gratis. Agent for Empire" Typewriters. Cash or Terms arranged. Priceson appliation. Secretarvships undertaken, Auction Sales arranged, all classes of Books kept, Accounts collected promptly. Insurances effected, Fire. Life, Accident, Live Stock. All Busi ne-s contidential. T. W. HAF.RIS. -:-e -NIezt Pier Hotel. Telegraphic Address - " Harrismotes, Franl:,,t,:. Releretce--National Bank of A ::tralasia Ltd. BICYCLES & MOTOR CARS. 'ae-?: C-:?e S, Motor Agercy . Spcrta Depot, Next Pier Hlotel. Frankton. Thomas W. Hart is, Cycle and Motor Mechanic. role Proprietor (six years with Messrs Harris Bros. and Co.) Agent for Bicycles and Motor Cars. Cycle and Motor fittings and Accessories, Sport ing Goods. Dunlop and O...

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

CARRUM. Property owners in the Carrum dis trict-the South riding of the shire of Dandenong- held a meeting on Satur day night for the purpose of taking steps to secure local representation in the Dandenong council;which they con sider they have never yet had. The representation andmostof the expendi ture, it is contended, have been enjoyed by the other two ridings, although a very considerable portion of the rates has been derived from the South riding, with hardly any return in the shape of public works. Mlr John Thomas, who occupied the chair, said that Mr Norman M'Leod, of Green-street, who is a property owner in Carrum, had consented to contest the next election in the South riding. Mr M'Leod ad dressed the meeting, and a vote de claring him a fit and proper person for the position was carried. A committee was formed to secure his return.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

Bereavement Notice. WILL the kind friends, who, during   our recent sad bereavement, showed to us their sympathy by floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and acts of kindness, accept this notice as an acknow- ledgment, and our deepest gratitude to them for their help in time of trouble. C. & B. DALMAN. IYte $tanhar. I'UBLISHE'D EVEILY SAT'l'IUDA IIOtINIJ G " Notling extenuate. nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY. MIAY-29..

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. CHELTENHAM Frankston visited Cheltenham on Saturday, and after an enjoyab'e day's football, sustained their fourth suc cessive defeat by a big majority of points. Several good men were away, and in fact the team was a " scratch " one at the last moment, no less than seven of the team as picked failing to put in an appearance. Very capable players in Barnett. Barrett, and Ken nedy, however, were available, and with one or two others, a fairly good team took the field. Cheltenham, being unbeaten this season were natur ally very confident, but after a few minutes play a regular surprise was given them and their supporters, for Frankston took a hand right away and scored two goals very quickly. Chel tenham had to fight hard before the scores were evened, and at half-time with only a few points behind, and Chelteuham at their top, many thought that Frankston would win. But after the interval, a complete change came over the game, and Frankston were entir...

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EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS The worthy movement inaugurated t a few years ago to annually celebrate the birthday of the late Queen Victoria throughout the vast British dominions t as Empire Day -is growing in pop. a la'rity, and the patriotic spirit inccul cated in the minds of the children of the schools will have a vast influence t in the future. In thd Peninsula dis- t tricts the day was celebrated with enthusiasm and delight by the children. The Education Department's pro gramme for the morning of Empire Day has been arranged .with the ol - ject of impressing on the youngsters their duty as loyal citizens in manhood and womanhood, and that the liberties I and privileges they enjoyed under the 1 British flag was a matter for rejoicing. In all the schools the children sang I the patriotic songs well, and drilled and marched creditably, and then set themselves out for a good day's enjoy ment on the various picnic grounds. FI1ANKSTON. The celebration of Empire Day at Frankston: was carr...

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

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Mlr?a Only K.pr. ............. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Rides and Skin3 Bought............... T. T..RITCHIE :ANDA CO. FPRANKSTON: ;Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. ~-1 IO"-__: . S-Hot?) IR? V l-E'S I IR OYAL B.A TIIS. (cola) . ORNINGTON , OPE?]N DAILY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT PEA BATHS ALWAYS READY. ~. - SATHING HOURS ENTLEM ... . ... .. ... M ... PFrom 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m La rERs ......... -... ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. GWENTLEME~R ... .. ..... ... ... . .2 p.m. to 3.30 LAD1Es ... ... ... ......... ,, 3"30,, to 5 LarL B A ... ... ..A ... ... ...F ,, 5 ,, to 6.80,, LIBF.RAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR F1AMILIES. SAMUEL MERRIMAN Engineer, Brassfounder, and Spray Pump Maker, =-611A LITTLE LONSDALE STREET WEST= Genuine Articles at Bedrock Prices. Fruitgrowers who use MERRIMAN'S SPRAY PUMPs always recommend others. Fittings made of Brass and Gunmetal. Importer of S...

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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. BALNARRING v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

PENINSULA, ASSOCIATION. BALNARIRING v. TYABB. Tihese teamis met on the ground of the former on Saturday last. The game was good and fast, and the um pire, Porteous, was impartial through out, although there were several things he mis'ed ; but still, he is only human and cannot be expected to see through men, especially when four or five are bunched together. Balnarring won the toss and kicked with the wind the first quarter. Very soon after the bounce ELans notched first goal for the locals, and after some tight play, Daly kicked another goal, the visitors not yet having scored. After three minor points had been added to the local's score, Tyabb managed to raise one flag, and then Balnarring, per medium of E. Biuckley, retaliated with another goal. Scores Balnarring 3 goals 3 behinds Tyabb 0 goals 1 behind. On the change of ends Tyabb kicked up hill (with the wind) and some great play ensued. Each team worked its hardest, although once or twice in this quarter G. Slocombe was battli...

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

AT MORNINGTON. On Monday the local State school, under the direction of Air Ferber, demonstrated its loyalty to the flag with a sober earnestness excelled by no other section of the Empire. Appro priate speeches were delivered to the assembled children and parents by the Hon. A. Downward, member for the district, and the Revs. Sandiford and Lucas, after which patriotic songs and recitations were rendered by the chil dren and the flag saluted. A notable feature in the clebrations was the reading of essays written by the children on Empire Day. On Wednesday the occasion was -turCl-uereleb-rateO by a chbildre,,-a sports gathering in the local park. This was an emllinent success in every way. The weather was good, the children exceedingly happy ,and numerous, and the committee provided a full pro gramme of events, including an ample repast, lollie scramble and apple fight, so that from 1 o'clock until 5 the children were kept going with every thing that the juvenile itnd desired Followi...

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

Public Notices. Morningtpn Livery Stables. -MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. F. C. DOHERTY BBEGS to notify the Public of the Peninsula that he has purchased the above, and hopes by strictest atten tion to business and his clihets' interests to merit the Public's Patronage. VEIHICLEc IPUN TO ALL PARTS OF THE PENINSULA. COACH Starts f4.r Frankston Daily at 11 a.m.. leaving Frackstop on return at 2 30 p.m. Droma:na Coach leaves immediately on arrival of firt train, returning from Dro mnana at 3 p.m. Strict 'Punctu lity to time observed. HORSES & BUCCIES - --FOR HIRE. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and LuggaSe received a.d promptly delivered. Hom, es und Vehicles for hire. Prices reasonable! mletters and Teletrams promptly attended A. E DE SAXE, loo Exhibition Street, (Between Collins and Little Collins Sts.) M?E L BOURNE PAINLESS - DENTISTRY. F.G. CI AWBEHLIN, Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemi:t,, . . FRANKSTON Latest Drugs &...

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

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. All matches to be played on the ground of the first-named club. MAY 29Tr - Moorabbuin v Glen Iuntly Frankston v M1entone Mordialloc v Ellendale. Cheltenhanm v Elsternwick JUNE 5. Glen Huntly v Frankston Ellendale v. Mentone Clielteniilam v. Moorabbin Mordlialloe v. Elsternwick JUNE 12. Frankston v. Moorabbin] Meintoie v. Glen Huntly Mlordiilloc v. Cheltenham Ellendale v. Elsternwick JUNE 19.- Vacant. JUNE 20. Moorabbin v Mornialloc Cheltenham v Glen Huntly Frankston v Ellcndale Mentone v Elsternwick JULY 3. Mentone v Cheltenham Mordialloe v Frankston Ellendale v Mloorabbin Glen Huntly v Elsternwick JULY 10. Glen Huntly v Mordialloc Cheltenham v Ellendale loorabbin v lMentone Frankston v Elsternwick JULY 17. Ellendale v Glen litntly Frankston v Cheltenham Mlolrdiailoc v Mentone Mloorabbin v Elsternwick JULY 11. Glen Huntlv v Moorabbin TMentone v Frankston Ellendale v. lMonlialloe Cheltenham v Elsternwick JULY 31. Franskton v Glen Huntly sMientone v Ellendale Mloo...

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A Child's Sad Death. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 29 May 1909

A Child's Sad Death. Quite a gloom was cast over Frank- ston on Monday, when the sudden death of Norman, the bright 6-year- old boy of Mr and Mrs C. Dalman, became known. The little fellow was ailing on Saturday night, but it was thought to be nothing serious. On Sunday morning Dr. Maxwell was called in, and he found the boy suffer ing from croup and tonsilitis. He ap- peared to be getting along satisfact- orily till Monday morning, when the doctor was hastily sent for, but on his arrival the little chap was dead in his mother's arms. There was a large attendance at the funeral on Tuesday, which was of a most pathetic nature. The scholars of the State school (of which Norman was an attendant) marched in front of the hearse to the cemetery, and there stood by the grave. The burial service was conducted by the Rev. Mr Sandiford, of Mornington, who ad- dressed the children in appropriate terms, and referred to the sad cir- cumstances that brought them there that day. The coffin was cov...

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

DROMANA. The celebrations at Dromana took the form of the usual morning pro gramme at the State school, followed by dinner in the hall, and sports in the ground adjoining. Refreshments were provided liberally, and old and young spent a very enjoyable day.

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A SNOWBALL LETTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

A SNO VBALL LETTER. TO THIE EDI' OtR OF TIIE STANDARD. Sir,-T'he council of Dr. Iarnardo's homes will be viry much obliged if you can find space for this communication in your valuable columns, and thus assist them to stop a Sngwball letter which has been circulating alt over the world- for,,• the past nine years , • e -.oing harm to the national and beneficent work of these homes. The Snowball was started by Miss Robertson, of The Square, Kenilworth, in all kindness, lut .without consulting the homes. Since Dr. Barnardos death some onie has altered the wordirng so that the letter now indicates that the work is being carried on by the executors, and that the doors are likely to be closed :f funds are not speedily forthcoming. These statements are erroneous iand mis leading, for the homes are incorporated and aire managed by a council and far from the deors being closed they aire as wide open as ever all over the kingdom. 68,050 children have been rescued, . ained, and placed out in ...

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