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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. a fi FRANKSTON v. 3IENTONE. (BY GOAL-POST.) The above teams met for the first time this season, on the ground of the former, last Saturday, and the game resulted in a decisive victory for Frank ston. The day was an ideal one, and a fair crowd assembled to witness the contest, and as boh teams had not won a match it was expected a good r game would result, but the spectators were doomed to disappointment, for it was very one-sided, and all through c the locals had matters all their own way. Frankston had a very strong combination afield, but the visitors seemed very weak in every part. with the exception of the ruck, who at times held their own with the locals. In cluded in the Frankston 18 were a few new men, namely, J. Renouf, J. Bar- f rett, and E. Donohue, all of whom fully justified their inclusion by play- t ing good football. From the bounce, the locals, by a nice piece of concerted play, soon had the visitors on the defensive, and in- a very short space o...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families cWited on for Orders.......... Prime 3IMst Only Kept ................... Small Gooda of Every Description Fresh iaily. Hides and Akins Bought................ T. RCHIE AND CO. RANKSTON : jChaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. t ?B7 IRVINES HOT & COL' , : i;,t"..1Jýf .rfl 1lI11mN1U ý h SEA WATER BATHS T FI |. c;6 -- 4 a - _ .. FHot) IR? VI1T'ES ROYAL BATHIS. (Cold) S:MONINGTON : OPEIT DAILY friom Srnrise to Sunset. HOT ,'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS GENTLEM3? ... *. . . ..... ... Prom 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m ~Dns ... .--- - -...- -. ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. LA s ...: ..: :.... ... ... ... 3 , , " t2 o 5 GEwT E ... .. ... ..... ,, ,, to 6.30 ,, LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. SAMUEL MERIMAN. Engineer, Brassfounder, and Spray Pump Maker, -611A LITTLE LONSDALE STREET WEST- Genuine Articles at Bedrock Prices. Fruitgrowers who use MIERRIMAN'S SPRAY PUIMPS always recommend others. B Fittings made of Brass ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

Auction Sales. Tuesday, i8th June. At 11 o'c!ock. On the Premises, FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON. Assigned Estate of C. E. 5. Pownall, (Trading as F. A. Ritchie), Storekeeper & Wine & Spirit Merchant STOCK & PLANT, comprising-Drap ery, Boots, Shoes. \Vines at dSpirits, Groceries. Ironmongery, Crockery, Stat ionery. Gam Stove Oven. ]Bottli :;; Siphon, Corking Machine, Cart, Pony and lar ness. Ioiiy Cart, Delivery Cart, Platform Scales. lra-ss Sc-ales, Ba: Pony, aLso' the. (;rocer's, and Wine and Spirit Licences. LI i). D.IESTLEY, General Auctioneer, etc.. will sell. as abovee.tnder instructions .rum Davey. Jralding and Co., public ac countants. 31 Queet-st. Tanti Monthly Market 1MONDAY, .J UNE 7Trt. Alex. Scott & Co. W ILL hold their usual Monthly Sale as above, at 1 o'clock sharp, when they will oflir 70 lixed Cattle S0 Crossbred Ewes in lamb -aTre-c-ottý'A ca:.7 :aictiSdo5E-7eDa - detoug and Korumburra. Government Notices. DEPARTTlMEiNT OF PUBLIC W...

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TYABB v. SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

TYhkBB v. SOMERVILLE These twams met on the ground of the former. who suffered defeat at the hands of the visitors by 19 points. Duiing the firstqc:ar'tir there was plenty of scrim Ismanli and disorganised play, with a dash of excitement here and there, the' result beinrg plenty of free kicks, which, to the onlookers. appeared to be given to the I wronll men. Scores at quarter-time .?omnrville 3 goals 6i behinds, Tyabb 1 be hind. On the change of ends, Tyabb kicked towsards the south goal. and during the quarter Gilchrist. of Somerville, greatly assisted the locals by twice kicking the wronu way. Smith. for Tyabb, played a splendid ga?me iin this quarter. and even better :s the game progressed. K. Webb snappel a behind, the only point scored by the visitors during this stage. whilst Slocombe and Longmuir each kicked a goal for Tyabbl,. Half-time-Somervillo 3 goals 7 behinds, Tyabb 2 goals 3 be hinds. After the interval, the play became fast and rough, with the result that free kicks...

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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MORNINGTON v. SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MORNINGTON v. SORRENTO. On Saturday last Mornington journeyed to Sorrento, accompanied by a good num- 1 ber of supporters. The weather was delightful for such a journey. At 11 a.m two drag loads left Doherty's stables and returned home about 12.30 on Sunday mornting, all well pleased with the day's proceedings. G Sorrento won the toss and kicked with i the wind which was very strong, blowing across the ground. and causing the play p to be on one wing. On the bounce Sor- t rento forwarded. llcComb from a free 0 kick drove the ball down Dowoward t collared and kicked out-of-Ibouhnds. Ball thrown in, Templeton and Foran doing u good work for Sorrento. Free kick to N. McArthur, who sent the oval forward. a Morningron forcing the play, A. McAr thur had a shot, which resulted in a be- b hind. Off again, Sorrento forced the play, Myers doing great work, the ball a was driven toJ. WVat,on, who kicked a behind for Sorrento. Kicked off, and ball rushed out of hounds nea...

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Frankston Progress League. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

Frankston Progress League. A meeting of the above was held at the Mechanics on Monday evening, when there were prese-·et-Messrs T. Ritchie (president), Patterson, Sheri dan. lReynolds. Richardson. Pettit, Beall, Chamberlain, and Itrody thon. sec.) The three north riding counci! lors were invited to attend. but only Cr Sherlock put in an appearance. TIHE WANIEI:IN( STOCK NUIRANCE. This sublject was brought forward. and in answer to an enquiry. Cr Sher lock said that the League's letter was discussed at a recent meeting of the council. There was a bye-law em powering the police to take action against the owners of wandering stock, and the local Constable was asked by the council to take steps in the matter. It appeared that the police would not do so unless paid for it, and that was how the matter at present stood. Mr Sheridan said that if it was not the constable's duty, the council should pay someone to do the work, as the nuisance was becoming a "\ rious matter. - rKa d that a Jers...

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Advice from a Dentist. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

Advice from a Dentist. q ?i;nv arii idel to swallow their food ,,ickle. Ia ?,v eating causeS the bad teeth t.. irrit? -e auda lhe MuchI pain anl. nn1- t : alee is also csed through buried, aching f - .s etutusjluinthtv lartget pieces of "n- r I,-s",r} i dl plc into the: st?ltaeill, wterei tue be-oe' iudigestable. disorganisiing tlhe -sttem. creating a iheaviness in the hlail, f-ith a sleepy feeling and a dull, heavy E p,,iu. wtliceh prevents many fronm working ,ml sleeping, and causing a decline in wciliht if i "ly. These disorders can easily hIe rectitied frequently through ennsultiig a Dentist, who makes lo charge to examine thre moutlh. Who ca replace thlese dis .-asei stumps andl 1,roken teeth with arti ficial teeth to build out hollow cheeks and thin faces- It is the thought ofexthiction that prevents the visit to the dentist, but 1 claim t, be able to extract the most diffi cult buriled stumps and teeth of every hal description i positively painlessly, and with out that terrib...

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An Australian Industry, [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

An Australian Industry, For the past five years Dr. MJorse's Indian Root Pills have been manu factu;ed in Australia, and we believe they are the only purgative pills on the market that are made in this country by the proprietors. Most other pills are made by manufacturing chlint-t and sold in bulk to the specu lative pill companies to be boxed and labelled. We take no chance of this knd with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and we know that the formula does not vary one-hundreth part of a grain. VWe also know that the in gredients are up to the standard, both in strenglth and quality. The crude material is imported direct, being grout d by our own machines in our American laboratory, where the greatest care is observed in the selec tion of the Roots and Gums from which this crude material is made. We have both in Sydney and Wel lington (New Zealandr) up-to-date plants for the manufacture of these pills, and should any of our friends be interested we will be only too pleased to -how th...

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RYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909

RYE The appointment of Mrs Hill, of cc Rye, as Postmistress here, (the posi- .r tion being vacant by the death of the late respected Mr H. C. Starling) has given universal satisfaction, as this lady is much respected and appreci ated, and it is hoped that many years a may elapse before any change may be s required. a The sad accident which happened   to Mrs Thos. Cain some short time   ago, and who was not long before   married, has happily not been so bad   as was expected, and she is now re- covered and able to get about as usual.__ The reduced sum of £15 has been allotted by the Lands Department to wards the improvement of the fore shore, which, with the amount locally expended, will materially help the committee in making further improve nments which are much needed. The next time you feel bilious take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and seehow quickly the trouble will disappear. They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and give...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

SORRENTO. The: result of the ballot for the election of officers for the Sorrento branch of the A.N.A. resulted as follows: President. Mr D. MIacfarlan; vice president, Mr E. Clark ; treasurer, Mr C. H. Morgan ; auditors, Messrs A. E. Keys, and WV. J. Watson; com mittee, Messrs E. J. Howard, J. G. Rawlings, H. Watts and F. Taylor. The branch still keeps up its strength to about 65. The building business' is still very brisk. In addition to the buildings on the Portsea road, Mr E. J. Dark has commenced a large boarding house in the centre of the township. Cr and Mrs Marsden have returned home, after spending their holidays in Queensland and the adjoining States. Quite a number of our residents have passed through a severve time of illness, notably Mr D. Isherwood, 31rs MacKenzie, and Mrs E. Clark, but we are pleased to say they are all in a state of convalescence. Mr Erlandsen is in a private hospital and has to undergo an operation for an internal complaint.

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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

Make Your District Known. Concerning some p trt oof the district, news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for helas no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the areaof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the sileht places. Will some man or woman take the mat ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dis trict, will YOU try on the lines ? Send accounts of pubic and social events in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, con certs, matters touch ng the induisties, etc. Write yeaor name in some corner; not for printing, but-to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Do not bother.about grammar or spell ing ;it is the Editor's work to look after these trifles. Write on one side of the paper /only. Give information, but let criticism alone

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

M UOORUOOU U. Travelling front this district to BSl Iarring you pass the old, and one of the first established, homestead and pro perty of Mr Stone, called " Mile End,-' Iut now sold to a Melbourne buyer Within the last year the late owner has considerably improved the valae of the estate. Acres of land that for merly carried large dry trees and bayonet grass have been cleared and ploughed twice the first year. A crop of wheat and oats, into which a strip per was introduced, netted good re sults, and now, with the second plouching, by which the land has much benefited, a newly sown crop of oats is looking very well; another large patch roughly broken up for fallow,. is :rowing a crop of white turnips, which at this time of year are much relished by sheep and cattle. Mr Stone de serves great for the vast amount of work carried out in so short a space of time, and no doubt has received a handsome reward for his energy. The adjoining district of Balnarring will now benefit from Mr Ston...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. M.R Herbert Downward has been pre sented with a valuable gold locket by the Dromana spqrts club, as a recognition of his secretarial services. AN old resident of Moinington, MIr George Etooke, senr., died at Royal Park last Friday, aged 79 years. THE property of the late Mrs M. A. Gillett, of " Sunnyside," Mornington, as valued for probate duties is set out at -'21,640, and is left to her family. A MAMMJIIOTH ironbark pumpkin, weigh ing 113 lbs., was on view last week at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Frankston, Mr J. Sheridan being the grower. TlE Victorian Railway Commissioners paid a visit to the Peninsula stations last week. At Mornington they were met by the President and councillors,'who had several requests to make, and were pro mised same would receive due consider ation. THE Frankston M.U.I.O.O.F. ball has been postponed to July 16th. A com mittee has been appointed, who have en gaged a splendid string band, the refresh ments will be in the hands of the ladie...

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Somerville M.U.I.O.O.F. SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

Somerville FI.U.I.O.O.F. SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL BALL. The Somerville branchM.U.I..O.F. held its annual ball on Friday, June 4th, and despite the very unfavorable weather there was a large gathering. The excellent music supplied by Gab riel's champion band (piano, violin, and picolo) was greatly appreciated by all, and was considered by many to be the best heard in the local hall. The supper was served in the fruitgrowers' building, and was all that could be desired.. Mr A. C. Westaway had charge of this department. Messrs H. L. Devlin and A. S. Unthank, as joint Il.'sC., carried out their duties in their usual capable manner. Danc ing was kept up till about three o'clock in the morning, and everybody de parted thoroughly satisfied that they had spent a very enjoyable night. Amoilgst the many beautiful dresses worn by the ladies were the follow ing : Miss S. Lester, cream silk, lace and in sertion Miss R. Unthank. ivory cr pe de chdne, trimmed with blonde lace Miss C.E. Singleton, cream n...

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) AN INVITATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

Our Letter Box. (We do ot necessarily identify ouroelre, wi?h the opinions expressed by correspondents) AN INVITATION. TO THE EDITOIR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-It will be of interest no doubt to your many readers to bear, or see something of the more modern methods of falling timber and extracting stumps from the ground. This is now done by the electric detonation of explosives, and as for cheapness it cannot be beaten, in addition, time very often is a great consideration, and here again is a marvellous saving. Knowinghow interesting a demonstration of such methods would be on our peninsula, Messrs Dalgety and Co., Ltd., the agents for the process, have, with my consent, arranged to hold a demon stration as my home here on Saturday, 12th inst., at about 3 p.m, and as an evidence of the work, it is proposed if possible for one of the shots to bring down six trees at one time, opening them out at the same time. Now, any of your readers who may care to come and see the exhibition of what ...

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BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

BALNARRINC. The district received a visit last week from the agricultural reporter of " The Leader," who made a tour of the many well improved farms, and in spected the flocks, dairy herds, and crops, all of which are looking un commonly well. Sheep worrying dogs got amongst the flocks of Messrs Downward and Stanley last week, and killed a number and maimed others.

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Federal Football Association. TWO PLAYERS SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

Federal Football Asso ciation. TWO PLAYERS SUSPENDED. A meeting of the above was held at Mentone on Tuesday evening, when there was a full attendanceof delegates, with Cr Le Page in the chair. V. WViggett and A. Monk, of Ellin dale and Cheltenham respectively, were reported by Umpire Stubley for fight ing in the match between the teams named, at Ormond, on May 15th. Monk was called before the dele gates, and said that, Wigget called twice in consequence. After hearing other evidence, both players were disqualified for the sea son. oA complaint against Fisher (Chel tenhain), and Tucker (Ellindale) was dismissed, as there was no offence proved, both men denying that they were either struck or kicked, as stated in the umpire's report. The recent match Glen. Huntly v. MIoorabbin was ordered to be re-played on August 14th, as the goal umpires differed as to the scores, each giving a win for their respective clubs by two points. Elsternwick and Mordialloc clubs were each fined is for negl...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

SOMERVILLE. A special meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association was held on Monday evening to hear a lecture on spraying by Mr Carmody, Chief In spector, under the Vegetation Diseases Act. A large gathering greeted Mr Carmody, who gave a most lucid and interesting lecture, illustrated by lime light views of sprayed and unsprayed trees and of the various insecticides and fungicides affecting fruit trees. All members present seemed perfectly satisfied that spraying is absolutely siecessary and must be assiduously attended to, to ensure a good crop. Several questions were asked and satis factorily answered, and a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the lecturer. Though the police are on the tracks and know the men who are supposed to have taken Mr S. S. Gault's pony'and jinker, they are not yet captured. The pon), which was an old favorite, was brought home on Tuesday, but the cruel way it was driven, resulted in its death next day. Mr Charles' chaffcutter has been at work in ...

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Orange Blossom. STOCKTON—BENTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

Orange Blossom. STOCKTON-I-ENTON. On Thursday, :3rd inst., Mr Fred Stockton was united in wedlock to Clara May, third daughter of Mr G R Benton, of Clifton Park, near Hastings. The ceremony was per formed in Holy Trinity Church, Hastings, by the Rev. H. J. Harvey. The bridesmaids were Misses A. C, F., L. and M. B-nton, sisters of the bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr A. E Benton. Mr A. E. Young filled the role of best man, whilst the whole af the musical part of the service was performed by Mr Cobbett. The church was tastefully decorated, and was filled to the doors with friends and wellwishers of the contracting parties. The bride was prettily gowned in cream silk, wreath and veil; the bridesmaids were suit ably dressed to form the colors of the r.ainbow, the skirts being pale green, blue, heliotrope and pi- k Sicilian, with cream silk blouses and lace collars edged with color to match the skirts. The breakfast was partaken of at the residen:e of the bride's parents, mor...

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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 June 1909

WD4TER TIME TABLE FOR MORN NGTON PEINSULLA. MEILBOURNEI TO FRANKIE'I'ON, ptu. p.ml. U.m. m n .m. n,l St. 1, S. ts. P.lta. p).111 p.111 p.m. pl.1 only ex. Slelb, dop. 7.4? 8 10 12 20 1.12 1 1S 50 120 2 1,?31 norrnlm 9.11 .231 1.30 2.211 232 (.23 7.29 12.41 F'kston, arr. 9.22 034, 1.16 2.37 2.11 (1.34, 7.40 12.55 F'R.LNK'I'ON I'O 1I3SlI1OUltNIh. Sitta. , nt . 0,.11l in. n01, 1Il.llIh i .1 mIll, p .I n . m ?1.__?p . Frankston, dop, 7.12 830 1O .5 117 2 (1 3.3 38 16.8 . 8.20 CrItrralll 7.23 8 41 9.51 1 28 2,,2 3 14 3,10 6,2 8 31 Ololbou no, arr, 8,32 0.43 110 2.37 3.42 41,. .,30 7,3. 0,12 21ELBOURNE TO FR4NKST)N.- U2DarYS. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m Melb., dep. 10.53 2.25 0.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12.1 .31 7.13 1039 Fkston, arr. 12 15 3.45 10.50 FEANKSTON TO MELBOU RNE. SusnaYS. a.m. p.m. p.m p.m. Frankston, dep, 20 4.23 8.8 Carrum 0 33 4.31 7.18 8.19 Melbourne, arr. 10.42 5.4- 8.26 9.27 MELBOURNE 'O iMORNINGTON. Sats. only p.,o. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... 1.1 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 2.3 9.23 6 23 F...

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