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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

WHITE.R TIME TABLE FOR MoR S NGTON PENINSTULA. I1=1 . o . - 15 .--5 . PELBOUONE TO ;B, OKTNE. S a m. p.m. p.m p.m ýMelbo., ne,. 10.55 42..25 9.3 onl p. ap.m. ra to r o 9orkston, wrr. .15 .0 0 .20 MRNKSTON TO MELBOUTNE.O am pm pm pm orELnOt N TO, NE LBOTON. Lnw .. PC raokstn. dep ... Carrum ... 2.3 7.8 . rMelbourne, rr ... 1.42 9.42 6 34 Carruwin •.. 2 9 623 Franktondarr 2.4 9 Mornington Jo., arr. 3.10 9.59 59 Moorooduc ... t t F Stornioint, rr... .35 10.35 7.24 MORNINGYON TO MELBOUR-NE. Sats. pm am pm Mlorni pgton., dep ... 12 7 45 40 5530 ornngton.n.4arr 1340 83 5120 Tb ,.a dep 41 3 88 5 25 Langwarrifn ... t I . Frankston, ep ... 23 8 .22 540 Carrum ... 2 .31 8.18 6194 Melbourne, arr ... 3 42 9 48 7 34 picks up or sets down passengers when required Scna a rn m pmi Melbourne, dep ... .1 810 5.30 Carrum *2.3 2 923 623 Frankstone, rr. 2..4. 9.34 6 34 dep.....53.... 941 644 Langwarrin ... ... Morningon Jn., ... 6.59 e dep .15 100 710 Somerlle . . 10 7 18 ton, rryabb ... . 10 14 7 24 Ha...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THERE, are indications of an early spring, and orchardists, recognising this, are pushing on with pruning operations. THE Loyal Nepean Lodge in this issue thank the ladies for t~'e- valuable.@s- " ance in carrying out the recent successful ball at Frankston. Mllss Patterson (late pupil of M?adame Burton, late of Read and Co., Ptahran) has started business in Main Street, Morn ington,as Millinerand Costumiere, and hei business notice appears in this issue. STiHE late Mr:George F. Stooke, of The Avenue, Royal Park, a former resident of Mornington, who died on June 2nd, left property valued at £5279 to his widow and family. THE Victorian Education Department has awarded a first class certificate to the Mornington State school for its well-kept gardens and ground. The school also ob tained a similar certificate last yea' ALEX. Scott & Co. advertise an auction sale of land at Tyabb, at Tanti market on August 2nd. The land is in the estate of the lateJ. E. MIKay...

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Arbor Day. (Contributed by Correspondents.) MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

Arbor Day. (Contributed by Correspondents.) MOOROODUC. Arbor Day at the State school was the centre of attraction on Friday of last week, the day being cold and showery, but the Union Jack flew gaily in the breeze. A number of residents as semblea to the welcome invitation of Miss Morris, who received the visitors and welcomed them into' the spazious school, which had been decorated with flowers and greens for the occasion. Games were then indulged in by the children, notwithstanding that the ground was very sloppy and wet, and the cash prizes were eagerly competed for and fair play was meted out by R. Grindal, Esq, assisted by Messrs Williams, Grindal (jun.), and Wilkin son. After the funds had been dis tributed, a concert was given by the children; including singing and reci tations, to the great delight of their elders, who them handed round a good supply of refreshments .that brought satisfaction to all, after which the "party, dispersed?, for.' their respective homes.

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

NOTES. Dromana Junioas easily defeated Morn ington Juinors at Miornington on Satur day, scoring 13.15 to 1.4. The positions of Peninsula clubs are as follows :-Hastings 1, Dromana 2 Morn ington 3, Somerville and Sorrento (tie) 4, Balnarring 5, Tyabb 6. M1ornington's team on Saturday night looked as if the brush with. Balnarring's "kangaroos" had left them with the hair all rubbed the wrong way. It is rumored that Mornington intend to arrange with the St. John's Ambulance Society to accompany them the next time they yisit Balnarring. Lou Barnett, Frankston's half-forward, played for Footscray against Preston on Saturday, and scored a goal. He will be a big loss to Frankston. The sum of £2 5s Gd was collected by the Frankston Rovers Football club for the player, H. Reece, who sustained con cussion of the brain whilst playing against the Rovers with avisitingteam from Mel bourne on the King's Birthday. The amount has been duly acknowledged;: The following represent Mornington in their ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

S FOOTBALL. Peninsula Association. MORNINGTON v. BIALNARRING. The return match between the Mornington and the much-improved Balnarring team was played at Bal natring on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the home team by eight points. Mornington ha:l ter and R. Schleebs absent, while b.lnaarring were very strongly represented. T'he home team went off with a rush, and Davies kicked first goal. Mornington then had the best of the play, and at the close of the quarter Connop, Down ward, and Wilson had scored three goals for them. The second quarter was well contested, and after Balnar ring had scored another go.l. the -play became very even. Mornington played together well,'and their backs kept the locals from scoring. At half-time the scores were Mornington, 3.3 (20 points) Balnarring, 2.2 (14 points) The third quarter saw Balnarring improving in their play, but at the close of it Mornington led by 12 points, with the home team kicking down hill for the final term. A series of accide...

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Federal Association. FRANKSTON V. ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

Federal Association. FIRAKSTOx V. ELSTERNWICK. These teams met at Frankston on Saturday last for the second time this season, the previous meeting being an easy win for Elsternwick. The visitors were a smart lot of fellows, and played a grand manly game from start to finish, and though defeated, they kept the Red and Blacks' hard at it from the first bounce to. the final bell., The match was a spleniT exiample of a keen friendly contest, free from the objectionable features which so often blemish the grand winter game. The first quarter was noticeable for good shooting for goal, Frankston scoring three goals out of six tries, and the visitors two out of three. The players were slow in -settling down to work, and fumbling the ball was noticeable in the first half, but afterwards there was a great improvement, and skilful and exceptionally fast work was con spicuous. Frankston led at half-time by 3.3 to 2.1, but in the third quarter the visitors rallied in a" manner that aroused great...

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DROMANA v. SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

DROMAX-A V. SORRENTO. Sorrent, and Dromana met on the ground of the former or Saturday, in the presetce of a large number of spec tators. Up to half-time the game was a close and exciting one, the scores then being 1 point in favor of the locals -1.6 to 1.5. From then outDromana played the better glme, and were re turned winners by 5.10 to 2.7. The goal-kickers tor the winners were 1V. Gibson 2, G. Wilson 2, and McDonald ; for Sorrento, Watson. The game though strenuous was a friendly one, and very fast, Umpire Porteous stat ing it was his fastest this season

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

LANGWARRIN At a well-attended meeting last 'Thursday, it was decided, on the motion of Mr Archibald, seconded by Mr Berry, that Mr Downward, M.L.A., be requested to ask the Government to gazette. the local Re creation Hall as a polling booth. A vote of thanks, carried with acclama tion, was passed to Messrs W. Oat-s and S. Corlett for their efforts, and complimentary rdference was made t(, Mr. J. N. Marsh for his services. A chapter of accidents has occurred here recently to the following-Mr Berry, injury to foot; Mr John Clarke, severe scald; Mrs Berry, con cussion; Master J. Cameron, lacerated foot. All are doing well.

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BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

BALNARRINC. Practically the first sheep fattened off rape this season were sent into the .Melbourne market last week, when Mr T. S Armstrong, of "Coolart," topped the market for lambs, 72 selling up to 20s 7d ;averaging 16s 7d. Comebacks from the same place sold at the excel lent price of i2s. The cemetery committee have defin etely decided on the Tou!loum site, and the secretary, Mr Berryman. is now taking steps to secure five acres from the Government. The ten acre block on the Emu Plains racecourse was abandoned, as objections were raised by the racing club and others living in the vicinity. Mr Wright, of Ingle' Park, had a narrow escape from accident last week, whilst driving near Mr Jausens, the froft wheel 'of the buggy' broke off through the horse shying at some wire netting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

TYABB. The "special' held at the H.H.C. on 26th ult. was very successful,' the hall being crowded to the doors. A varied programme was submitted, the principal item being the bun-eating competition, which was won by G. Longmuir, with A. King a close second. There were six competitors, and they kept the audience highly amused. The following are the other items of the programme:-Club swing ing, Miss H. Van; song, Mr A. Sheehey; song, Mr F. Barclay; song, Master B. Greinke; song, Mr G. Slocombe; song, Mr R. Mair; duet, Mrs McKirdy and Miss Hollier; song, Mr W. Baker; song, Mr F. Knight. About twenty couples responded to the M.C.'s first invitation for the usual hour's dance. On the Friday following the above entertainment the committee of the Recreation ground ran a concert and dance, with a view of raising the full amount required for the shelter-shed or pavilion now adjoining the ground. Mr Downward, M.L:A., had an nounced his intention of taking the chair, but owing to him being in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Vdaited .n for Orders.......... Prime Mblt 0- ly K pt ................. Small Goo.ts -f Every Description Fre.h Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... T. RITCHIE AND CO. FR.\ NKSTON: .Chaff a;'d Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. OP-N DA.ILY fron S,?nrise to Sunset OIRVT IEA ATHS ALWAYS RADY BATHING HOURS G-NTME m . .... ... From 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m G re .. . . . . .. . ... ...... . 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EN.ME . *.......-... .., 2 p.m. to 3.30 L E?ws ... - **......... ... ,, 3"30,, to 5 Qmp-i Jn i. .. . ... . ......... ,, 5 ,, to 6.30,, LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. STRONGEST - PET CIHAIN SAPS OF ) PIANO VALUES PFAFFE. EVER BARTI CATALOGUES FREE OR INSPECT AT WERTftlIM 294296 BOURKEST. MEL ? J. Nott Marsh EGS to notify the Public of Franks ton and Surrounding Districts that he has Opened a House, Land & Es tate Agency In BAY STREET, FRANKXTOV, (next Gregory's Itotel). and hopes by strict at rention to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

Public Notices. WANTED. Sound Dairying & farming Properties in this Distriot. Well Situated & must be Good Value. Pileas, s?':il PIarliculars anil Price to J, L. JEFFEIS & CO. Farm Salesmen, & Financial Agents, 128 QUEEN ST.. MIELBOURNE. Lr:w;l: Sr3ts or MONEY TO LEND ON BROAD ACRES. Choice Farms For Sale - (ioulburn Valley Farm Lands. l ~isti?cSeconfto'None for mize:-Parming WITi & WiH6ui IIIIIGATION Excellent Climate, Good Roads, Good T'orns. pplendid Market Facilities. A FEW CHEAP PILOPEY.LLES. t0d acre.s, complete outbuildings, a sheep-proof fences, permaneutly watered. a great f.,rm, t'J 10s. 4ts acre-, do, .11. 107 acre', irrigated. .£11, Also Orchard and Town Properties. WI:ITE FOR OUR LIST. ELay terms to suit put chasers from 4? Uer cent. CURHER, BIGGER & WADE, HORSE, CATTE, SHEEP & FARM SALESMEN. Si EPPARTON. ALEX. BIGGAil & TOM WADE. (Lt4e of South Gipsland). T. W. HARRIS, Cyc:e 8& Motor Agency &am...

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SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. This match was played on the ground of the former, who were anxious to reverse the result of their first meeting on the Hastings ground. Both teams had about the best 18 that was possib!e, and a large number of supporters rolled up to witness the struggle. From the bounce Hastings rushed the ball down and notched a minor point. Then Somerville took possession, and some good play re sulted in them scoring 3 minor points in quick succession (the Somerville supporters being jubilant). After some up and down play, Hastings scored another behind, and shortly after Floyd raise-I the 2 flags for the first goal. Somerville were playing well, but could not score. After add ing a minor point. Devescoe kicked second goal for Hastings.-Quarter time scores Hastings, 2.3 (15 points) Somerville 0.3 (3 points) After changing ends, Hastings seemed to be playing better, and both sides being anxious, free kicks were plentiful. Slattery, who playing splendidly, scored a-sixer fo...

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Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. The above mentioned council met on Thursday, 8th inst., when there were present:--''rs. Nunn (president), Bradford, Francis, Lobb, Barrett, Mal.?, St-phens, Alston, and Flood. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Crs Francis and Flood. CORRESPONDENCE. From Wm. Howland, asking that he be only charged rates for one pan, as the two at his premises (Tanti Hotel) were not required, only one day a month-sale day.-The secretary said he thought that it was compulsory unper the Health Act that at a place like an hotel there must be two pans. -Cr Stephens said it was unfair that a man had to pay for conveniences used by the public.-Cr Lobb : They are his customers.-Cr Flood : He can remove the convenience he doesn't want to pay for if he likes.-The President said that once they began discriminating they did not know w??Pvwnild end. If they made an exceDtion in this instance, it would be just as fair to charge a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

MORNINGTON. Arbor Day was celebrated at Morn ington State school by a gathering in doors, on account of the wet weather. A number of essays on the subject of trees had been sent in by the young people, and from these the headmaster selected a few, which were read aloud by the authors. A very taking part of the programme was a recitation des criptive of the growth of a tree, by the infant class. But the chief part in the proceedings was taken by Mr Joseph Harris, the horticultural editor of "The Australasian," whose wide know ledge of the subject, and whose travels in many lands gave vivid interest to the subject. Mr Harris also expressed his suprise and satisfaction at the large number of scholars at present in attend ance at the school. The headmaster (Mr E. T. Ferber) also read a striking passage from Oliver Wendell Holmes upon the personages appearing in the world during the life time of one very ancient tree, and thanked Mr Harris for his visit. He said he hoped Mr Harris would ...

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SORRENTO. FOOTBALL CLUB'S CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 July 1909

SORRENTO. FOOTBALL CLUB'S CONCERT AND DANCE. A grand concert and dance in aid of the funds of the above club was held in the Athenaeum Hall on Friday, 25th June. The president of the club (Cr E. Clark) occupied the chair. The affair was a distinct success, and the club benefited by a profit of £12 7s, after paying all ex penses, which were very light. The programme was opened by an overture (piano) by Miss Caldwell, and was well applauded. Mrs Rawling's first item, song, entitled "Down in the Valley," was very successful. Miss Alice Watson's song, "Coming through the Rye" (encored) was given very well. Mr Frank Coker sang excel lently, and Mr Jack Clark was in up to old form, this vocalist having a good clear voice. A cornet solo by Sgt. Northcote (R.H.A.) was played very sweetly and distinctly, and was well appreciated. A ball punching exhibition by Wallie Garvie was smart and clever, and caused great interest. Mr Percy Douglas' comic song in costume was very laughable. The accompa...

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Five Stomach Worms. PASSED BY A CHILD ONE YEAR AND TEN MONTHS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909

Five Stomach Worms. PASSED BY A CHILD ONE YEAR AND TEN MONTHS OLD. " For six months," states Mrs C. A. Madden, of Kurrajong. N.S.W., " my little boy, now aged one year and ten months, has suffered from Stomach Worms, which the doctor attributed to the use ofd impure water. Until he was sixteen months old he enjoyed very good health, but subsequently he became very irritable and cross, and later on he was examined by a doctor who stated that the cause was Stomach Worms. Various treatments were tried, and on one occasion a Stomach Worm was passed trom the bowels. The evacuations from the bowels were always stained with blood, and the motions were quite unnaturaL On three or four occasions the child was almost choked and went into convul sions and almost black in the face, through the worms passing up to the throat, and I had to force my finger down the throat to remove the Worm. "" Only last week I was strongly advised to try Comstock's " Dead Shot" Worm Pellets, and having obtained a...

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The Early Days. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909

The Early Days. We have been fovored with, a copy of the Brunswick "Reformer," the issue being September 21st.. 1889, and in an article on the history of Brunswick, a leading figure in the narrative is the late Mr John Clark, father of Mr J. P. Clark, of Lang warrin. In the course of interesting particulars concerning the early times, the writer says: "Among pioneers, probably one of the very first of that hardy little band who made Brunswick their home, was the late Mr John Clark, a native of Gloucestershire, England, where he was born in 1800. His father was steward to Lord Dacre, and by birth and parentage he held a good position. He left the old country with his wife and family by the ship "Bassorah Merchant," and landed in Sydney, New South Wales, in 1839. After remaining there for about eighteen months, the climate not agreeing with his heath, he removed to Victoria, then called Port Phillip. Though he found things generally in a primitive state, the young settlement was -evid...

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