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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

CHILDREN'S COURT. Ernest Kiddell was charged with stealing an accordeon, valued 2z/-, the property of the Mount Eliza Improve ment Society. The boy was commit ted to the care of the department f neglected children. A Bolger, for behaving in an in suiting manner at Frankston on June 7th, was fined 1/-. SCHOOL CASES. "Fines as follows were imposed for failing to send their children to school the required number of days:-R. Clements,' 2/- in two cases; Emily Knox, 2/-; Mary O'Neill, 2/-; Jas Amendola, 2/- and 5/-; D. Reid, 2/ John Evans, 2/-. XON-VACCINATION. S. Mansell pleaded guilty, on con scientious reasons, for failing to have his child vaccinated, and was fined £2. DEBT. G. Keast v. W. H. Wood, claim for £8/5/- (default summons).-Verdict for amount, with 51- costs. "UNFOITUINATE WE HAPPENED TO DR THERE." John Morsum and James Neale were charged with being found on :licensed remises (Royal Hotel, Hastings) on Sunday, 23rd May. Both pleaded guilty, Morsumn caus ing a ripple of laug...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

NOTES. The hon. sec. of the Frankston Rovers wishes to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of 7/6 from Mr J. Cuthbert to the funds of the club. ' Sorrento team have t.wo vacant Saturdays as far as the Y.F.A. is con cerned. To-day they play a match with the non-players, and on July 17 are billed to meet Dromana. The best player of the 36 in the Somerville v.Balnarring match was unanimously agreed to be " Billy " Monk, who was credited with not knocking a single opponent down all day, although he got a good many "busters " himself. The Balnarring team played a gen tlemanly game, and refrained from any spiteful play, which can hardly be said of one of the Somerville players, who was looking for trouble, and thus lost the game for his side. One of Somerville's brilliant little players, in Reg Elliott. is leaving the State. His place will be h;ad to fill. A send-offwas given to Mr Elliott on Tuesday night in the local Mechanics' Institute. Sorrento-Tyabb match. -Gar, ie and De Wardt (Sor...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

FEDERAL, ASSOCIATION. The " ~Moorabbin News" (Chelten ham) comments as follows on the recent Mordialloc-Cheltenham match, won by the former by a point:--Lase SatuSday's match between 1Mordi alloc and Cheltenham was-a splendid example of, Rugby. From the com mencement of -the game the umpire (Doucher) appear 1" to lose all control of the game, and his ignorance of the rules of football accounted to a great extent' for. the beastly exhibition of the game. This was particularly noticeable in the last quarter, when both teams crowded on to the ball in such numbers that it was impossible for the onlookers to see the ball. Another objectionable feature of the game was the presence in the Mordi alloc team ofsomanymetropolitan play ers. This competition was intended to bepurely a district one, but as matters now stand it may be described as a town, suburban, and country com petition. Fraukston and Ellindale are also offenders in this respect, and the practice goes a long way to cause unplea...

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Jranksto iCourt of Ptty Sesdiony.s Monday.--Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M., C. G. V. Williams, Perrott, Thornell, and Crawford.

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A Visit to the Gas Works. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

A Visit to the Gas Works. BY THE FRANKSTON STATE SCHOOL SCHOLARS A very enjoyable afternoon was spent at the Frankston Gas Works last Wednesday by about 50 pupils of the Frankston State School. Mr Richardson (bead teacher) had well prepared them before coming, having a large diagram on a sheet of card board showing all the parts of a Gas Works, and had explained all the process of gas making to the children thoroughly, so that when he asked them the different parts of the works they answered him almost a dozen at a time. He mustered them all before the two benches of retorts, and the furnace was opened and explained to them. Then the charge was drawn from twvo retorts, and a new charge put in, and it was explained that the gas went up the ascension pipe to the hydraulic maiu. Then he took them into the condenser room and explained how the gas passed through it, and in turn the purifiers; he pointed out to them all the inpurities which were taken out, and what they were used for in g...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SORRENTO v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

SORRENTO v. TYABB. The Sorrento team journeyed to Tyabb on Saturday last. The ground was in a bad state, and heavy rain fell during the play. The visitors were the heavier of the teams. Douglas captained Sorrento, whilst Slocombe did likewise for Tyabb. The ball was very wet and heavy, and it was diffi cult for players to keep their feet. On the bounce Garvie (Sorrento) received a free kick, and he sent the leather well forward, where Howard collared and registered a goal for the visitors. Tyabb kept a strong defence on the back line, and little scoring was done by either side. W. Clydesdale made a splendid attempt for goal from a snap on an angle, which resulted in striking the top of the post. The quarter ended-Sorrento 1.4, Tyabb 0.2. "On the change of ends, the locals used good judgment in kicking along the ground, and had several tries for goal with little result. Garvie and F. Hibbert were doing good work for the visitors, as did Slocombe for his side. At half-time the scores ...

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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. BALNARRING BEAT SOMERVILLE BY A POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. BALNARRING BEAT SOMER VILLE BY A POINT. Somerville played Balnarring at Somerville last Saturday, and suffered defeat by the narrow majority of one point. Somerville had a weak team afield, several leading players being absent. The ground was in bad con dition, being very wet and slippery, making good football impossible. Som erville led at half-time by four points, but Balnarring got a goal in the third quarter, putting them 2 points in the lead. Although Somervillie had the ball down their end all the last quarter, they could oily manage one behinid, and Balnarring won an exciting game by a point, the final scores being Balnarring, 3.2 (20 points) Somerville, 2.7 (10 points). P. Thornell scor" 1 both goals for Somerville. The best players for the winners were Warner, Buckley, Stanley, Evans, and Callanan; whilst for the losers W. Monk p' :-ed splendidly, being ably assisted by 'Martin, Firth, K. Webb, and I. Elliott.

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JUNIOR FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON ROVERS v MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

JUNIOR FOOTBALL. FRALNKSTON ROVERS v MORN INGTON. This match, which was played on a very slippery grdund at Frankston on Saturday, resulted in a win for the Rovers by 30 points. The game at times was rough, and during the last _quart;er two of the players "put 'emn up " but no blows were struck. The final scores were Rovers, 9.12 (66 points) "./ M ornington, 5.6 (36 points) The best players for the winners were Kerr, Reynolds (who kicked five goals), Gabriel Bros.. Cummiss, and O'Neill; .whilst for Mornington Lou. Harrison, J. McArthur, Connell, and Parsons tried hard to avert defeat.

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. yIIV matches to be played on the ground Johe first-named club. JUNE 19.- Vacant. JUNE 26. Moorabbin v Mornialloc Cheltenham v Glen Huntly Frankston v Ellendale MIentone v Elsternwick JULY 3. Mentone v Cheltenham Mordialloc v Frn kston Ellendale v Moorabbin Glen Huntly v Elsternvick JULY 10. Glen Huntly v Mordialloc Cheltenham v Ellendale Moorabbin v Mentone Frankston v Elsternwick JULY 17. Ellendale v Glen Huntly Frankston v Cheltenham ilordialloe v Muentone MIoorabbin v Elsternwick JULY 24. Glen Huntly v Mdoorabbin Mentone v Frankston Ellendale v. lordialloe Cheltenham v Elsternwick Franskton v Glen Huntly DMentone v Ellendale bIoorabbin v Cheltenham 3Mordialloc v Elsternwick AUGUST 7. Moorabbin v. Frankston Glen Huntly v. Mentone Cheltenham v. Mordialloc Elsternwick v. Ellendale AUGUST 14. 2nd v 4th. AUGUST 21. 1st v. 3rd. AUGUST 28, FINAL.

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HASTINGS v. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

HASTITNGS ;v. DROMANA. This match was played at Hastings on Saturday. The ground- was not much better than a swamp, arid it rained nearly the whole time the game was in progress, so that good football was not possible under the circumstances. The match requires very litdle description, being a mud scramble from start to finish. The final scores were - Hastings 9-10 (64 points) Dromana 2-3 (15 points). Devescoe kicked 5 goals for Hastings. The pdsition of6 Clnb -in tli Peiinsula; -Football Associatjon is as follows: ::Pld. Von Lost Dwn. Pts. Hastings 6 5 I o 20 Somerville " 4 2 o 16 "Mornington .6' 3 2 I 14" Dromana 6 3 2 I 14 Sorrento 6 3 3 o 12 Balnarring 6 2 4 o 8 Tyabb 6 o 6 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

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Obituary. MR G. DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Obituary. MR G. DAY. As briefly mentioned last issue, many friends in different parts of the Peninsula will be very sorry to hear that MIr G. Day (lace of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Coy.) passed away at his residence, " Rose ville," Flinders, early in the morning of Sunday the 6th inst. Though Mr Day has not been in his former robust health since an illness which overtook him a few years ago, it was a great shock to local residents when his death was announced, as he had rc:ently been about amongst them, meeting everyone in his usual cheery, good humoured way. Very shortly before his death, the deceased gentleman con tracted a severe cold. This, coming at a time when he was very much run down, through the extraction of a number of teeth, which had been troubling him for some considerable time, proved too much to fight against, and he rapidly sank. Mr Day was born in Jersey, Chan neli Islands, in 1846, and came out to this country with his parents when a child of 6 years old. Hi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. -4-- TEE concert and ball in aid of the MIornington football club has been post poned from the 9th to the . 6th July. A PRO'OSAL which{ the committee of the Morningto= 2I.chanics' Institute has under consideration is the introduction of a billiard table, which would certainly be a tcat draw. AT'rENT.'ios is drawn in our advertising columns to the fact that 'a Commercial Class has been formed at the Sisters of Mercy Convent, Mornington, the sub jects taught being typewriting, shorthand and book-keeping, under the direction of a diplomaed teacher. Tun late Mr G. Day, who died at Flinders recently, was one of the pioneers of the Peninsula. On our fourth lpage. this issue an interesting obituary article is published, which, through being Inad vertently delayed in transmission from Flinders, arrived too late for insertion in the STANDARD last issue. Mn Howard Hutchins, son of Mr R. Hutchins, of Mornington, has been suc cessful in passing the examination for the Royal A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Mrs Cromer, Percy-street, Geelong, writes; " Acting on the advice of a friend of mine, I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to give my little. girl, who was suffering with a very bad attack of Croup. I am pleased to say that after a few doses relief was obtained, and before the bottle was finished my little girl was able to go to school again. I will always recom mepd Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my friends as being the best I have ever used. For sale by all storekeepers. For Children's Hackirg Cough at Night, Wood's Great Peppermint Cuee. "'/?4 For Chronie ChestComplaints, e Woods' Great Peppermint ire, 1/6, '' : · S Public. Notices Miss Elsie O'Neill, D.M.S.V., IS prepared to receivePupils in PIANO - FORTE, HARMONY,& THEORY. Terms on application, to "Gertville,' Melbourne Road, Frankston: NOTICE. DR. W. B. BOUGHTON, L.R.C.S.L..L EDIN. L.S.A. LOND , (Late of Rlchmond and Brunswick) W ILL see and visit Patients DAILY. " roheulog,', Back Beach Road Sorrento. HOURS...

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A Fight at Frankston. SEQUEL IN THE POLICE COURT HEAVY FINES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

A Fight at Frankston. SEQUEL IN THE POLICE COURT HEAVY FINES. There was a large attendance at the Frankston court on Monday, when a series of cases arising out of a night fracas amongst young fellows was ventilated. The charges were taken together, and occupied a considerable time. (1) Emil Parsons was charged with in sulting behavior on 8th June; (2) R. Nicholls, insulting behavior on same date; and (3) Emil Parsons, assault ing R. Nicholls on the same date. Mr Lowe appeared for Parsons, and Mr W. S. Cooke for Nicholls, both youths pleading not guilty. After all witnesses had been ordered out of court, Constable Stephenson deposed that about 10 o'clock a num ber of young fellows were having a rough and tumble, and when in Playne Street, Parsons said he wanted to fight Nicholls, and Nicholls said he didn't want to fight. Nicholls was followed by a crowd, and when near Miss Cahill's shop, Parsons and N-icholls had a "go in," till stopped V-1 es--Nicholls. .Each said it was th} other'...

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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Wh*{TER TIME TABLE FOR MORN ?NGTO PEXINISULA. Slol *o 0 ..= 0°,-0- - C 2 S . 1 . 2 MELBOURNE "Or 1FKNKNTOJN. -i · a.m.p.m: p.m. p.m Melb., dep. d 0.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12.4 3.31 7.13 10.39 oP"mu p.m p.m. Frankston, dop. 1 20 4.23 8.8 Carrum 1 133 4.3 7.18 5.19 Melbourne, arr. lu.43 5.4:5 8.26 9.27 MELIBOUIRNE 1rO 31 ,ININGTON. Sats. only p.m. am. p.m. 1Meltourne. dep ... 1.1, 8.t 1 5.30 Carrunm ... 2.32 9.23 6 23 Frank.ton, arr. ... 2.41 9.34 631. c dp. ....2 53 9.41 G 4I Lan_?warrin ... t t t Iornineston Jo., arr. .10 9.59 6.59 , dep. 3.15 10.10 7.4 loorooduc ... t t t 1M.rninton, .rr. ... :.35 10.35 7.24 OELBNINrON TO MELBOURNE. Sats. only pnm am pm lornineton, dep ... 12. 7 45 4 55 Mooroxdu t t t orninton Jn., arr 10 S3 5 20 . ...Yp 1 4-i 8 ' 5 25 Frnkston, ar' ... 2 3 S 22 5 -"1 S dop ... 2 16 830 68 Carrum ... 2 43 841 014 Melbourne, arr ... 3 42 8 7 340 t picks up or sets down psssengors when required SIELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. am pm Frankston , ... 4. 3 41 '1 - 0 , d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Familes Waited . n for Orders.......... Prune 11M--t Oly K pt. ............. Small (Ouuls of Every Description Freah Daily. lides and Skins B,,nght..... .......... T. RITCHIE AND. CO. PRA NKSTON : ;Chaff and ;rain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. -' . 'Hot) IRV lINE'S ROYAL BATHS. (Cola) : MOORNINGTON K OPET DAI4 Y from Sn.nrise to 'Sur.set. H-OT 'EA BATH-S ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS _GNTLMEN .. ** .. .. ... From 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m L .D?ES ... ...... ... ...... ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ENTLE ... . ... ... ... 2 p.m. to 3.30 LAI?IES ... ... .. ... ... ... ,, 3-30,, to R.T ... ...... ..... .... ... ... ,, 5 ,, to 6.30,, LIBERAL ARRANGF-MENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. SAMUEL MERRIMAN Engineer, Brassfounder, and Spray Pump Vaker, =-611A LITTLE LO ISDALE STREET WEST== Genuine Articles at Bedrock Prices. Fruitgrowers who use MIERRI?IN'S SPRAY PUM1Ps always recommend others. Fittings made of Brass and Gunmetal. Importer of Special Brass Tubes. S"ýNo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

Amusem ent.s Owing. to Unforeseen Circumstances the date of the CONCERT & BALL In aid of the Mornington Football Club has been ALTERED to FRIDAY, 16Tur JULY, 1909. For full prrticulars see Posters and Pro grammes. A. BEATTIE, Bus. Manager' To-night ! To-night I! FRANKSTON FOOTBALL CLUB'S DANCE. Everyt'in. will be Just Right for an A 1 Evening's Enjoyment. Double Ticket 2/i, extra lady 1/-. Music by Frank Donovan.-B. BAXTEr:, Hon. Sec. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, MORNINCTON, Wednesday, June 30. BALLGOASYOUPLEASE BALL PLAIN & FANCY DRESS. To be heldas above. Lancing from 8.30 till G. Splendid floor. Good Music. J. Hailes M.C. Double Ticket 3s cd, Single (gent) 2s Gd. Supper 12.30. Prizes for Most Original Character. R. SCIILEEIIS, Hon. Sec. Municipal Notices. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received up till noon WEDNESDAY, JULY 7TH, for the followiug works: Supplying and Spreading 132 c. yards Metal from Cole's Quarry, on new formation, opposite Col...

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MR C. BEISSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

MR. C. BEISSEL We regret to chronicle the death of Mr Chas. Beissel, J.P., which occurred at his residence at Burnley on Tues day morning. Ir Beissel was wall knowrt at Frankston, and was the proprietor of the mineral springs at that place. Deceased, who was 72 years of age, had been ailing for several months past. In mentioning the death of Mr. Beissel, the "Age,"   of Wednesday last says :- "A familiar figure has been removed from Rich mond in the person of Mr Chas. Beis sel, J.P., whose death occurred at his residence, Swan-street, Burnley, at an early hour on Tuesday morning. De ceased, who was of German extraction, came to Australia in 1849, and fol lowed the fortunes of a digger for some years with varying success. For upwards of 50 years he had resided in Richmond, and was one of the pioneers of Burnley. He had a vivid recollection of the days when a con vict stockade stood on the site now occupied by Messrs Lewis and Whitty as a factory at the river side, and Bu...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 June 1909

SORRENTO. Last Monday night, under the auspices of the Sorrento branch of the A.N A., Dr Boughton, the medical officer, gave a very interesting address on Microbes, Germs, etc., and was listened to very attentively by the members and visitors present. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded the doctor. Arbor Day takes place here on July 2nd., and the A.N.A. have passed a reso- lution to assist the Board of Advice and the headmaster to help make it a success- ful day, and a good number of members are expected to turn up. The footballers are holding a concert and dance on Friday evening, and by the vim that is being put into arrangements it should be a decided success. The couple of wins the boys have had are rousing them up a little. It is with pleasure that we hear some of the old members of the Brass Band practicing together, and it is hoped it will be the means of getting the band going again. They are going to provide the music for the footballers dance. The contractor has made, a s...

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