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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
LOCAL AID GENERAL. FOOTBAI, items, Mornington Progress League, etc., will I.e found on our fourth page. TENDuBs are invited in this issue, re Ltrnable on August 8th, for about d) chains of wire fencing near Frankston. See advertisement. ?O?NINsTON still maintains itsreputa. ctrbe o a.? ?A .swo-otrn u,?own.' There' wsno' busneess at the local policeo court on Thurs day last. T. s trapper employed by the MAorn ington Shire Council to lesson the evil in Mornington Park, secured some 60 rabbits, a dozen dogs, and several cats the other evening.: W. P. Fa-rrLAM, auctioneer, reports hnlding his usual monthly sale at Somer ville on Wednesday last. when he sold springers, £3/5/, £1/12/6; CO sheep ind lambs; ducks, 4/ p-"r: fowls, 3/ pair ; exuress wagon; and a 1.. e lot of sun. dries, MI C. Von de Lu:c, a memb'r of the Frankston hbcyc:e club, of which he is the championbilliard player, is a competitor In the Victorian Club tournament. Last Thursday week he played in the first round from scr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Per the Season's Trad a L C. DALMAN, Frankston BODn 's.r1RP, . Ie prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer`. Well Served. PRICES .RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SxkXD SHOES, ROPE SANDkLS, LADIES' AND GENTS.'? IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED ROT! and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. .y' F" FRANKSTON : Chaff and Grain Store. .An hinds of Produce in Stock. IRVINES HOT & COL SEA WATER BATHS.' (Rot) IR VI E1i'S ROYAL BATIHS. (cold) MORNINGTON OPEN DAILY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT ('EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS G xrNT ?MEI .. ... ... ... .. ... From 6 a.n. to 8.80 a.m. Li S ... ... ... ... ... ... ,, 10 sa.m. to 1 p.m. GEI"TL?E?XK ... . ........ .. ,, 2 p.m. to 8.80 LAIE ...... .. .. .... ,, 3-80,, to 6 ,, Aumhr~r xar ... ... ... ... ... , 5 ,, to 6.80,, LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. HEAR E S BRONCHITIS CURE. The Famous Remedy for Couaghs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
S0MERVILLE. A meeting of the Somerville Musi cal Society was held on Thursday evening in the Mechanics' Institute. Mr S. S. Gault was voted to the chair, and explained the objects of the meet ing. Mr C. J. Davies was unani mously elected presidont; Mlessrs Griffeth and Woodhouse, vice-presi dent; Messrs G. Reid, Taylor, VW. Noble, Horsfall, Holdsworth, and Dr. De-burgh Griffith, patrons; Mr S. S. Gault, secretary and treasurer; Miss Dolly Taylor, pianist; AMr A. E. Gault, conductor. It was decided that practices be held every Thursday even ing in the Somerville Hall. Invitations were received from Tyabb, Morning ton and Hastin~s to repeat the can tata, "Under the Palms" at those centres, and the matter is to be dealt with at next meeting. . On Saturday three tennis players, viz., Messrs J. and A.. Hodgins and W. Longmuir, came from Hastings, and -severely castigated Messrs G. Webb, H. Grant, C. Thornell, and A. Unthank, winning by 42 games to 19. Mr A. Hodgins showed marked im prove...
District News MOOROODUG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
District News MOOROODUC. On the ' Annesleigh" estate, re cently purchased and cut into blocks, the portion adjoining Moorooduc railway station now owned by Messrs . Grffith Bros. of Somerville, is being improved. A new house, allowing for additions, has been erected on a .conspicuous position, and ploughing operations are in full swing, getting the land ready for the planting of nursery fruit tree stock, of which a large acreage is to be planted this season. The ploughing is being car ried out in a workmanlike manner by Jight and useful implements, and if the young trees don't grow straight it will not be for the want of example shown in the furrows. New fences are being erected, in various directions to mark off the several paddocks, and wire netting is being freely used to keep off the rabbits and bares, which always endeavour to prune fruit trees without permission. The proprietors are doing a great deal for this district by improv ing the property, and also letting the outside w...
Correspondence. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FLINDERS—SHOREHAM FOOTBALL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Correspondence. (We do not nPeceseely identify ourselvetsith the opinions e-pressed by correspondente.) FLINDERS-SHOREEML FOOTBALL: (TO TIT EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) Sir,---The ill-timed jibe of your cor respondent, "Member ..F.C.," takes the cake for unsportsmanlike petty spleen. Anything more calculated to engender ill-feeling amongst the young men. of the district .can hardly be imagined. Fortunately the Shoreham lads are manly sportsmen, and may be relied upon to .dismiss the .puerile taunts with a quiet smile of derision. All Flinders footballers know that Shoreham has no "club," and merely mustered a team to give Flinders a friendly game and necessary practice. It was also understood that they would play a return match on the first occasion that a full team would be available. The appearances of such an inviting letter on the date fixed for the game, was well calculated to cause reprisal. Had the Shoreham lads possessed the petty spirit of your cor respondent, Flinders team wou...
CONVIVIAL AFTER-GATHERING AT "MIA MIA." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
CONVIVIAL AFTER-GATHERING AT " MIA MIA." At the conclusion of the concert the performers and several members and supporters of the club were entertained by Mr and Mrs E. J. Watson at a recherche supper and euchre party at their residence, "Mia Mia.' It has been strongly illustrated on more than one occasion the good fortune of the Frankston Football Club in possessing such a practical and enthusiastic supporter as Mrs Watson undoubtedly is. Cabs were in waiting to convey performers from the hall to Mrs Watson's residence, on arrival at which everything was found in perfect readiness for the en tertainment of the guests, about 30 in all. A table artistically laid out and packed with the very choicest of dain ties imaginable, was set before the company, who were loud in their praises of their hosts' hospitality. After supper an adjournment was &nbsp; made to an adjoining available house, where tables were laid out for euchre. A pleasant game was indulged in, Mr T. Buckley even...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
SORRENTO. A meeting of ladies resident in the Sorrento and Portsea district was held in the Mechanics, Sorrento, on Monday evening last, for the purpose of form- ing a ladies' literary and debating society. Mrs Peter Thompson was voted to the chair, and briefly explained the objects and aims of the society. It was decided to hold fortnightly meet- ings at St. Paul's Rotunda. The following office-hearers for the ensuing year were elected :- Patrons: Hon. W. H. Irvine, Messrs George Hill, J. Relph, and Harry Waack ; president : Mrs Peter Thompson ; vice-presidents: Mesdames George Hill, John Thomp- son and T. Ellis; secretary and trea surer : Mrs J. Oliver.. On Saturday the Nepean Rifle Club finished the competition for the trophy presented by Mr C. Shaw. Mr C. Dark was the winner, Messrs C. Watts and J. McGrath taking second and third places respectively. There was a glut in the market here on Monday of crayfish, a box full of them having been washed ashore at the back beach on Sunda...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Obituary. We regret to announce the death of a very old resident of Mornington, in the person of Mr John Ricketts, who dropped dead on Tuesday night last, about 11.30 p.m. Mr Ricketts was proceeding homewards along the main street, accompanied by Mr Berglund, when he suddenly collapsed. Mr Berglund hurriedly sommoned Dr. Somers, and although only about twenty minutes elapsed from the time of being called until the doctor exa- mined deceased, he pronounced life ex- tinct. Mr Ricketts leaves a wife and grown up family. Mr Ricketts' death came as a great shock,as he had been in his usual health. He had spent the evening with his daughter, and had reached within a few yards of his house when he fell. Deceased was an old age pensioner, and was a resident of Vic- toria for 55 years. He was born in Kent, England, and was 78 years of age. His remains were interred in the Moorooduc cemetery. Constable Stephen reported the matter to the coroner, Dr Cole, who gave an order for burial, as he di...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
NOTES. The semi-final matches of the Penin sula premership take place this after noon. Frankston and Mornington meet at Somerville, Brown umpire. Hastings and Somerville meet in the Frankston Park, Wilson umpire. Dromana are likely to meet Queens cliff ere the season closes. The first named would drive to Sorrento, and take a launch across to the military town. The idea is to play the Dro mane team, and then entertain them. Rumour hath it that Sorrento wish to play the winners of the premership. The Frankston Bicycle club's foot the Kangaroo football club, at Frank ston or Mentone. As these clubs are composed of League players, a great struggle is anticipated. It is under stood that Mr T. Sherrin, the famous ball maker, who is a great supporter of the cycle club, will give a trophy for competition. Much enthusiasm is being manifes ted at Mornington over the senmi-final m:atch against Frankston at Somerville to-day. The livery-stable proprietors are being hard pressed to provide velh...
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. a.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 9.23 0.23 Frankston, arr. ... 9.31 6.34 dep. ... 9 44 6.4-1 Langwarrin ... * Mornington Junction, arr. 9.59 6 59 dep. 10.4 7.10 Somerville ... 10.15 7 lb Tyabb ... 1024 7.24 Rastings ... 1037 7:3N B;ttern ... 10 5t 7 1 Crib Point ... Stony Point, arr. ... 11.0 7.50 STONY POINT TO MELBOURNE. '1 nes.. Thur. a.m. a.m. p.m. 'tony Point. dep. ... 7.15 11.30 2.4;. Crib Point ... * * * IBittern ... 7.221 11.45 * Hastings ... 7.32 12.0 * p.m. Tyabb. ... 7.41 -. 18 * Somerville ... 7.43 12.35 * Mornington Jtn., arr.... 7.E5 12.45 5.0 Langwarrin ,, d.-p.... 8S 125! 525 Frankston, arr. ... S 22 1.12 5.14 dep. ... 8,27 1.17 6ti. Carrum ... 8 3 I1 28 6.0' SMelbourne, 1rr. ... 9.44 2 37 7.2 * picks up or ;sts dorn pa;enge-s wbh.. rf qu:red.
SHOREHAM v. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
BHOREHAM v. FLINDEBS. This match was played on' the 25th' July, on the ground of .the latter. Flinders did .not have a full team, but an evenly-conte'sted' match" re salted in1 aw in .for - Shoreham by 7 points. The ground ira very hieavy. The scores were :--Shorehain 1. goal (C. (Callanan) 9 behinds; Flinders 1 goal (Blaubaum) 2 behinds. The beat players for the winners. were-J..? Bryne, Cleave, Riley, E.: Bryne, Callanan (2), and.. Nowlan. For Flinders, O'Neil, Cleave, Johnstone, Edwards, Quinn, Blaubiliin; .andM. Bryne.
Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. THURSDAY, AUG. 6. [Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M., Jas. Mitchell, W. CurwenWalker, and Dr. Somers, J's.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. THURSDAY, AUG. 6. [Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M., Jas. Mitchell, W. Curwen-Walker, and Dr. Somers, J's.P.] W. Nicholson v. W. Hoddinett, debt .L1 3s 10d.-Order for amount claimed and 15s costs. Hugo Wertheim v. Lena M. Walsh, debt £4. - No appearance. Case struck out. Constable Stephen v. W. Stanley, allowing cattle to wander in street. Fined 4s, and 2s 6d costs.-Same v. T. Johstone, same offence. Fined 6s, and 2s 6d costs. Constable Stephen v. F. Wilson, neglecting to cause his two children to attend school at. Osborne.-The Con stable explained that defendent was confined in a hospital in Melbourne, hence his non-appearance. Case ad journed to-3rd September. Thomas Lucey, Truant Officer, v. H. Schleebs, neglecting to cause his child to attend school at Mlornington. -No appearance of defendant. Fined 5s, in default 10 hours' imprisonment. Same v. E. Swift, same offence. Defendant explained why his child did not attend school.-First offence, fine...
SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. The meeting of the above teams at Frankston on Saturday provided a splendid contest, worth going a long way to see. - With most football en thusiasts the match . was voted a certainty for Hastings, but it was not taken into consideiation that in no match this seasoi has Somerville been able to get a representative team together The Somerville men right along have played well, and have some tip-top performances to their credit. In our report of the Somerville v. Frankston match on the opening day of the season we find what has proved to be a good tip, viz., "Somerville has the makings of a very fine eighteen. They want a little coaching, and. will then make matters very warm for the premiership. They are- not of a class to be disheartened." They had on Saturday a good team afield, while Hastings were without a couple of their usual players. The result of the match was a surprise - to many, -for Somerville, playing well right through, were ahead by one point at...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the 1st May : MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m. p.m. p.m. a,m. Sats. Sats. Sat., p.m. p.m. p.m. pim. .only er. Melbqurno, dep. 8.10 12.20 1.12 1.11 4.35 5 30 020 11.35 Carr'*n 0.23 1.34 2.20 232 544 6.23 7.20 12.44 Franatton, arr. 093 1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 6.34 7,40 1255 FRANKSTON TO MELBOURINE, Sate. Oats. I a.m. am. pm p.m, p Im, p.m. p.m. p m. Franhton, dep. 7.12 8 7 1.17 2.16 8.3 3.8 6.8 . 8.20 Caraih 7.238 8.38 1.28 2,d2 314 3.19 694 831 Molbtirme, arr, 8,32 9,48 237 3,42 4.25 4,30 7.32 9,42 __ _ _
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
M.ELBOUI NE, TO tO'RNIB'CTON: a.m. P.ml p.m. Melbourne dep. ... 8.10 5.3(+ 1.18 (2arrum ... ri.3; n. :- 2.:32 I rankston. arr. ... !'.44 (. L 2.43 0. dep. J 44 r.41· 2 5:1 Langwarrin ' . t Mlornington Junction,a r. 11.15 0-;) 3 1(V rd dep 10.10 74 3.15 Moorooduc; t t 51ornington ;arr. . 10.35 7.24 3,33 MORNINGTON TO MIELBOURNE. Sats. a.m. p.m p.m Mornington, dep. ... 7.45 4.55 1.24 Mhoorooduc ... t t t Mornington Junction, arr. 8.3 5.20 1.40 , dep.8.8 5.25 1.4S Langwarrin ... t t t Frankston, arr. ... 8.22 5.40 2 3 ,, dep. 8.27: 6.8 2.16 Carrm . -... 8.38 6.19 2.32 t picks up or sets down passengers when required.
Mornington Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
Mornington Progress As sociation. It will be remembered that some little time ago the above Association made application to the Railway Com missioners to run the last night train from Frankston to Mornington on: cer tain evenings of the American fleet's visit. The Commissioners did not ac cede to this request, but early this week Mr 'Alston, the energetic hon. sec. of the Association, received .the following from the Secretary for Rail ways, and it will be seen that the train to be run will serve residents on the Stony Point and Mornington lines equally well: Sir,-Adverting to your letter of 22nd instant, I am directed bby the Commissioners to intimate that in connection with the visit of the Ameri can fleet, arrangements .will be made for a train to leave Melbourne for Mornington at 10.45 p.m. on Mzonday, 31st proxinio0and Thursday, 3rd Sep tember, and the motor train for Stony Point will donnect with the train each night. I am to ada that is not consi dered necessary to schedule a...