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LIST OF MATCHES. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
LIST OF MATCHES. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on the ground of the first named Club. June 26.-Vacant. SECOND ROUND. July 3. Mornington v Tyabb Dromana v. Somerville Hastings v. Balnarring Sorrento a bye. July 10. Sorrento v. Dromana Balnarring v. Mornington Somerville v. Hastings Tyabb a bye. July 17. Tyabb v. Balnarring Hastings v. Sorrento, at Dromana Mornington v. Somerville Dromana a bye. July 24. Dromana v. Balnarring Somerville v. Tyabb Mornington v. Sorrento Hastings a bye. July 31. Balnarring v. Sorrento Hastings v. Tyabb Dromana v. Mornington Somerville a bye. August 7. Mornington v. Hastings Sorrento v. Somerville Tyabb v. Dromana Balnarring a bye August 14. Sorrento v. Tyabb, at Dromana Balnarring v. Somerville Dromana v. Hastings - Mornington a bye. August 21.-First Semi-final. August 28.-Second Semi-final. September 4.-Final.
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
NOTES. There were no matches in connec-] tion with the Peninsula Association on Saturday last. D. Chapman, of Dromana, who plays with the Richmond (League) team has been successful in obtaining a position at the Newport Workshops. Hastings ate likely to lose two ot their best players in Slattery and Jack, as they contemplate leaving the district. Both have played some great games in the ruck this year. Mornington team are going in for training properly this year. A start was made this week, when two even ings' work was put in by the players. The "Point" team are very hopeful of being one of the two teams to play off in the final on August 28th. A rattling good game is expected at Balnarring to-day when Hastings visit the local's ground. Balnarring are a greatly improved team, and as they will be stronuly represented, last year's premiers will have to play their best to-win. The team to represent Frankston in their match with Mordialloc will be pic'-ed from the following : Baxter, Ba...
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
MOOROODUC. After the continuous rough and boisterous weathe- we are having a few fine days that remind us of spring, so sunny, calm and warm. Although the climatic conditions are against the growth of crops, those on the "Annese leigh" estate and the property of "Pin Hill" are looking remarkably well, being now well advanced, of good even thickness and quality. Within the last few weeks Mr Falls has had the steam chaff cutting plant I at work at his large hay stacks, but owing to the most unsuitable weather for this kind of work, they were un able to make much more than a hole into them. After the long illness of Mr W. Male, he has again suffered a severe relapse, of which his numerous friends will be sorry to learn. This is a most pathetic case, as the sufferer is unable to do anything, and Nature has blessed the family with the arrival of a little daughter. All who are well and able to work, can thank their lucky star for their health and strength, for they know not the miseries o...
RYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
RYE It is currently reported that about 600 acres of land in the vicinity of this township have been purchased by the iIessrs Chisholm, extensive far mers from up the country. They will be a great acquisition to they district, and it is to be hoped others will follow their example. The steamer "Meeindeery" having commenced running to the various ports on this coast, and having re duced the fares which were charged by others, it is expected that it will be the means of inducing, visitors to take a trip by.herin theii'iter season, as the weather at tlat time of the year is generally fine and bracing. It is expected that she will make this port a place of call should sufficient inducement be offered.
Football. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. ELLINDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Football. _ _ ýI FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. FRANESTON v. ELLINDALE. (BY GOAL-POST.) The meeting of the above clubs on the Frankston oval on Saturday last, was the means of drawing a large at tendance of spectators, when a most exciting struggle was witnessed. The day was fine, and there was not a breath of wind to assist either side; but the ground was slippery. This was the second meeting of the teams in the first contest Ellindale won by 56 points, but Frankston having won the last three Saturday's contests, ii was thought they would nut up a good fight against the visitors, who are level with Cheltenham for first place. Ellin dale arrived with their best team, while Frankston were without one or two of their leading players, but in cluued J. Wright, who is a well-known League and Association player. On the bounce, the play was vigorous, and despite the crowding on the ball, there were some fine runs and nice kicking, in which Wright (Frankston), and Tucker (Ellindale) were very conspic...
The Rainfall. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
The Rainfall. FRANKSTON. Mr MIark Brodyreports as follows for June: points. 1st ... ... 27 2nd ... ... 109 3rd ... ... 23 4th ... ... 16 5th ... ... 7 11th ... .... 15 12th ... 24 13th ... ... 20 ,16th ... ... 8 17th ... 11 18th .. .. 35 19th ' .. ... 25 20th' 6 21st . 2 22nd .23 23rd" . ... 11 24th ... .. 18 25th - ... ... 5. 26th ... ... 11 27th ... ... 3 - Total ... 3.99in. Ranfail for . April, 3.28 in.; May, 2:54 in. Total for 6 months, 1909, 15.64 in.
Spraying Trees by Motor Power. EXHIBITION AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Spraying .Trees by ,Motor Power. EXRIBITION AT SOMERVILLE. Under the auspices of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association, an interesting trialof a power spraying machine was held at the orchard of Ar Chas. Thorneil. There was a large attendance of orchard ists and the general public, and the day was an ideal one for spraying, hardly a breath of wind disturbing the atmosohere. The sprayer was shown by the masers, Messrs Russell and Duncan, of -Camberwell. and briefly, isa strong pump'driven by a 3 h.p. motor attached to the trolly at the rear of the 100 gal. vat. The advantages of the motor can be appreciated by the or chardists, who find hand-spraying about the hardest and most unpleasant job in the orchard. With the machine shown the trees were spraysd at a pressure of up to 150lbs. per square inch. The cost of working the appliance is estimated at about 2s 6d for a day's spraying of 12C3 gallons. The Bave-u is the first power sprayer made in Australia, and has' al ready been prov...
Building Made Easy. A HANDY MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Building Made Easy. A HANDY MACHINE. At Somei ville on Monday last an inter esting and successful demonstration was given by a representative of the Midget Giant Concrete Block Making Machine Co. The machine exhibited is remark able for it isimplicity, usefulness, and cheapness. By mixing one part of cement with about eight parts of common sand, a variety of blocks for building houses, walls, silos, etc.. can be quickly made by anyone having a Midget machine. The appliance offers a wide :cope, having vari ousk..lirds .of_,moulds,, aad.a.splendid: "?u.lity`?fblockhs`gein; ? be' made in one's spare time. A barrel of cement mixed with good sand will turn out 200 concrete building blocks, equal to a wall 10 fe : high and 10 feet wide. Mr Staack, of Frankston, Ihas one of the Midget ma chines, and a youth without any previous experience has manufactured for him a large quantity of different styles of blocks from sand found on the property. An example of housebuilding with blocks made by ...
CARRUM. SILVER WEDDING AND SENDOFF. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
CARRUM. SILVER WEDDING AND SEND OFF. The festive spirit was abroad on W?ednesday night, when a most suc cessful social gathering was arranged to celebrate the silver wedding of Mlr and Mrs R. W. Jones, and to wish success to Mr Williams and his family on the eve of their departure for Wandong. The evening• was com posed in the first part of dancing and singing by Messrs Heffernan and Corrin, after which the guests were regaled at a sumptuous spread, the catering for which was ably supervised by Mrs Evans. The chairman (Mr Walker) gave the toast of "The King," which was duly honored. The toast of Our Guests (Mr and Mrs Jones) was given by Mr Gunn, who was called on to take the place of Mr N. G. McLeod, who was unavoidably absent. Mr Gunn, in a bright, humorous way, put before his hearers the sterling qualities of the guests during the period he had known them, which ex tended over thirty years. He had great pleasure in presenting them with a handsome silver claret jug and cup, suitab...
Peninsula Court Fixture for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Peniusula Court Fixture for 1909. DROMANA.-(Tuesdays, 1 p.m.)- Jan nary 5th, February 9th, March 16th April 19th, May 25th, June 29th August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, November 16th. FRANKS TON. - (Mondays, 10.15 a.m.) P.ML's days-February 1st, Match 8th. April 12th, May 17th. June 21st, July 26th, August 30th, October 4th. Nov ember 8th. MORNINGTON.-(Tbnursdays, 9 a.m.) January 7th, February 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 17th. Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter.
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. IIyr matches to be played on the ground nohe first-named club. JUNE 19.-Vacant. JUNE 26. Moorabbin v3Ioraialloe Chehlenham v Glen Huntly Frankston v Ellendale Mentone v Elsterawiek JULY 3. Mentone v Cheltenham Mordialloc v Frankston Ellendale v Moorabbin Glen Huntly v Elsternwick _JULY 10. Glen Huntly v lordialloc - Cheltenham v Ellendale Moorabbin v Mentone Frankston v Elsternwi6k JULY 17. Ellendale v Glen Huntly Frankston v Cheltenham Mlordialloc v Mentone Moorabbin v Elsternwick JULY 24. Glen Huntly v Mloorabbin Mentone v Frankston Ellendale v. Mordialloc Cheltenham v Elsternwick JULY 31. Franskton v Glen Huntly . Mentone v Ellendale Moorabbin v Cheltenham' Mordialloe v Elsternwick AUGUST 7. •Moorabbin v. Frankston Glen Huntly v. Mentone Cheltenham v. Mordiallno Elsternwick v. Ellendale AUGUST 14. 2nd v 4th.' AUGUST 21. 1st v. 3rd. AUGUST 28, \FL'AL. Reports of district functions items of local - interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully recei...
WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Wn1TER TIME TABLE FOR MORI INGTON PENINSTJLA. MELBOURNE TO FRANK TON. p.mI. p.m. 'nm. a.m n.m. a,ln. Sats. Satsq. . p.m; p.m p.m. p.m only ox. ilelb, dep. 7.48 810 12.20 1,12 1. 435 530 (120 11,3a C(rrnm 0.11 0.23 1.30 2.20 2:12 F14 0,23 7.20 124'( F'kston, arr. 0.22 0.34 1.45 2.,7 2.4 15.15 0.31 7.40 1205 FRANKS'I'ON '1TO MEILIO WUNINE. ,S+t. Sats. am a In. a,m, pan. 1m,lnm.in. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.n. Frankston, dop. 7.12 830 9 35 1.17 2 10 3.3 3.8 0.8 8.20 Carrum 7.23 8 41 0,1 1 28 2.,12 3 14 3.10 0,24 8 31 MolbournA, arr, 8.32 0.48 110 2.37 3.4. 4.25 4,30 7,314 0,1 MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTiN. SUNDAYS. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m Melb, dep. 10.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12.4 3.34 7.13 10.39 F'keton, arr. 12 15 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. SUND.YS. a.m. p.m. p.m p.m. Frankston, dep, 0 20 4.23 8.8 Carrum 9.33 4.31 7.18 8.19 Melbourne, arr. 10.42 5.42 8.26 9.27 MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. 1.18 8.1U 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.23 6.23 Frankston, ar.. "_ .48 9:...
Mornington Peninsula Football Association. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Mornington Peninsula Football Association, MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meeting of delegates of the above Association was held at the Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Thursday 24th inst., the President Mr L. Harrison in the chair. The following delegates were present :--Messrs Odgers and T. Hutchins (Mornington), H. Firth and W. Monk (Somerville), J. Griffiths and J. Ilazledine (Dromana), Pearce and J. Hodgins (Hastings), Oswin and Callinan (Balnarring), A. Bartlett and H. Menck (Sorrento), McLaurin and Noble (Tyabb). Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs J. Grifliths and T. Hut chins. Correspondence.-Report from um pire Scott re Dromana-Mornington match, and complimenting the Morn ington goal umpire (Mr T. Hutchins) for his promptness in handing him the result, whereas he had to go in ..arch ? ?LhtPfDromnaa. .goale impire (31r" azlediua)r . The following are the results sent in by the goal um pires :-T. Coxhell (Mornington um pire), Mornington-4 goal...
The Balnarring District. PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
The Bainarring District. PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENTS. i [BY " THE LEADER "AGRICULTURAL RE PORTER]. The Balnarring district, situated on the Southern end of the Mornington 1 peninsula, affords proof that even rich lands, when held in large areas, I may fail to be a beneficial investment. t Notwithstanding that the district is , within a mile or two of the Bittern railway station, that it is not more than forty miles distant from Mel bourne, that the rainfall is ample and well distributed, and that being near the sea ensures an equable and mild climate, yet it is notable that the holders of large estates in Balnarring and neighborhood have not prospered. As compared with smaller holdings of from 100 to 300 acres in area, these large properties do not make a favor able showing. Generally the fences are in disrepair, the ground is covered with fern and scrub, rabbits abound, and there is a general air of down at the heels. UNFAVOR-ARi EXCEPTIONS. The explanation of: this state of affairs i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Rheumatism and S Nervousness. A RESIDENT OF FITZROY. In reply to a reporter who had called .on a mission of enquiry, Mir. Frank James, of No. 113 George-street, Fitz roy, answered: "Yes; I am that Mr. James who has so often spoken about the good I de rived from the ise of Clements Tonic seven years ago, and I can truthfully say that during all' that time my health has been first-class-quite the opposite, in fact, to what it was pre viously, when I was thoroughly pros trated through a severe attack of rheumatism. I was then livin, in Syd ney, where I had been feeling off-colour for some.time, but I kept going until I co-jld not hold up any longer, and when a man cannot get about on his feet I reckon it is a case with him. It came, pretty hard upon me, as I am a matn uwho has been used to a Very active life, and to have to knuckle down as I did lnearly killed aile." "In cases of rheumatism there is al ways a dieal of pain experienced. I - don't supllpose yours was ainy exception to th...
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Somerville Fruitgrowers'. Association, ANNUAL MEETING. There was an attendance of about 50 members at the annual meeting of the above, held in the Somerville Hall, on Monday night, Mr W. H. Shepherd occupying the chair. After minutes of the previous meet ing had been read and confirmed, and new members in Messrs Vines and Falls elected, the correspondence was read. From Secretary Department of Agriculture, stating that the Minister was not able to agree to the suggestion that a demonstration plot be estab lished to show the effectiveness of spraying. The letter stated th:t P. J. Carmody, of the Department, sprayed plots at Somerville 7 or 8 yearstigo, and concluded by curtly in forming the Association that the De partment was not called upon to re new the experiments for growers' con venience.-3I R. Mair moved that the society ask that the motion be put 'on the aggenda paper at'-next.idonfei-r ence.-Seconded by Mr 'J. Brunning and carried.-It was also decided, at the suggestion of M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
His mind imbued with ioble thoughlt For the good of all mankind A Chemist patiently work'd and sought A cure for colds to find. The ses?eless toil of an aetive.brain, ... .It?a reward did atlength ensure;' . Anil the Chemnist gave to the worldkhis gain Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Mrs B. L. Lipish. New Sandgate-road, Clayfield. Brisbane. Q., writes : " I had a severe attack of influenza this winter and it settled in my knees giving me such severe pains that I could hardly bear them. I de cided to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm and am more than pleased with it. for after giving my knees one good rubbing the pain left me and I have not been troubled since. Several of my friends have used Chamber lain's Pain Balm for cuts, bruises, and burns on my recommendation and they are all well pleased with the result." For sale by all storekeeepers. ATrER three years at the Williamttown Pier station, MIr W. Shillingbeek has been transferred to the Stony Point sta tion by the railway department. Mr...
Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, JUNE 26TH. COMPLAINT BY SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
Flinders and Kangerong I Shire Council. SATURDAY, JUNE 26TH. COMPLAINT BY. SECRETARY. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held an Saturday last, when the following councillors were present-Buckley (President), Davies, Stanley, Clark, Cain, Marsden, Sharp, Chapman, and Shaw. When the minutes of the previous meeting were read, and before their confirmation, the Secretary rose and stated that he desired to know if he possessed the confidence of the coun cillors. Since ilast meeting a grave injury had been done him by the action of Cr Chapman, who had measured the metal on the MIorning ton road, and rumours had been cir culated that there were 25 yards short of the quantity which he (the engineer) had paid the contractor. The councillor complained of had sought the aid of Cr Shaw, who in- - quired if the engineer had been sent for,' but C; Chapmana would not hear i of it. Cr Shaw therefore in order to clear up the matter accompanied him. s When they had measured up 7 heaps they d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Wr;ted ."n for Orders.......... Prime M-et Oaly l.pt. .......... Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Rides and Skins Bought............... RitCHE-AND .Cr1 FRA N:KSTlON: LChaff aid Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. RVINE S HOT & COL' SEA WATER BATHS. "ýý=j i!iII i - 'Hot) IR V _LNE'S ROYAL . ATI?S. (Cold) :ORNINGTON OPE3]N DAIIY from. Sunrise to Sunset. HOT P'EA BATHS "ALWAYS READY. R A.THING HOURS GENT*R. . ... ... * -* . ... From-6 a.m. to 8.80 a.m IDIP. ... ... .. ........ ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. GENTL'?MI ... .. ... ... ,, 2 p.m. to 8.80 LAI.ES ... ... .... .. ,, 3830,, to 5 ,, qO1qTr.MER ... ... ... .., ... ,, 5 ,, to 6.80,, LIBERAL ARRAN\T(;MENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. rle --, STRONGEST PET' CHAIN AP OF 0 PIANO VALUES PFAFLE EVER BARDIOL LINKED _ .TOGETHER _ CATALOGUES FREE OR INSPECT AT WERTHEIM 294-296 BOURKEST.MELB J. Nott Marsh BEGS to notify the Public of Franks ton and surrounding Districts that h...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 July 1909
LOCAL AND GENERAL. FOOTBALL items will be found on our fourth page this issue. District news, etc., received too late, and consequently held over. Contributors would greatly oblige by forwarding their copy as early in the week as possible. THE Tyabb and Somerville State schools played an interesting football match on Saturday, the former winning. & report of the game came to hand too late for this issue. The rainfall at Mornington for 1909 has been as follows :-January, 167 points ; February, 150 ; March, 140; April 307 ; May, 199%; June, 334; total, for the 6 months, 12.98 inches. TuE publicare reminded of the annual MI.U I.O.O.F. ball at Frankston on Wed nesday, July 14, which promises to be a great success. Prices of tickets, etc, are given in advertisement in another column. ATTENTION is directed to the announce ment in this issue of lessrs Mackie and Williams, Butchers, Fraunkston, who re cently purchased the well-known busi ness of Mr G. W. Wells. AN endeavour is to be...