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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

WEi4TER TIME TABLE FOR MORN INGTON PENINSULA. tG. a - .k - ,t,.o ?, eo e 'r 1 - -Z - to - .MELBOURNE To CRNNGTO-. Carm 1.4 . MELBOURNE TO FRNELBOURNE.ST p.m. Carrum 12.4 3.31 7.13 10.39 F'kiton, art. 12.15 3.45 10.50 FRANESTON TO MELOBOURNE. a.m. .m. . p.m. Frankston, depar .. 920 4.23 8.8 Carrum 9.33 4.31 7.18 8.19 H est ..g1s3 . 29 6 44 Melbourne, art. 10.42 5.42 8.26 9.27 MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTELBOURNE. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne., dep ... 1.18 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.23 623 Langwarrin ... t t t ornintO J., ar16. 3.10 9.59 6.59 Carrm ep. 3.15 1.10 7.4 Melbourneinn, arr. ... 3.35 10.35 7.234 MONLNGTON TO MTELBOURNTE. pm am pm 3lornintefl, dep ... 124 7045 45 Mooroodur ... t t t Frankston, arr ... 23 822 5 40 dep ... 2.16 8 30 68 Carruwm ... 232 841 6z24 Melbourne. art ... 342 948 734 t picks up or sets down passengers MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. mm pm Melbourne. dep... ... 810. 530 Carrum .oin. 923 623 FrSnkston, arr .... ... 934 6 34 dep... . .... .944 644 Lang"warrin ....

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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DROMANA v. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

DROMANA v. BALNARRIrNG. The meeting of the above teams at Dromana on Saturday last drew a large crowd of shpporters of both clubs, including a good number of the fair,sex. R. Oswin led the visitors, whilst E. Rudduck acted in a similar capacity for the locals. From the bounce of the ball until the final bell the game was most evenly and stubbornly contested. The ground in places was wet and slippery, and the play at times became very congested, through too many players crowding on the ball. In the first half Balnarring had slightly the best of'the game and at half time had scored 3 goals 4 be hindsto Dromana 2 goals 2 behinds. In the third term some good football was shown by both teams, each side adding a goal. Iri the last quarter Dromana had the best of the play, and only re quiring a goal to win, great excite ment prevailed amongst the onlookers. About 30 oqt of the 36 players were on the ball in this quarter, and -a great deal of scrimmaging took place around the visitors' goal...

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MORNINGTON v. SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

MlORNINGTON v. SORRLENTO. This match was played at Morning ton on Saturday la-t. The ground was in first class order. Mornington put a strong team in the field, and had their easiest match of the season. Sorrento did not have their strongest eighteen in the fie'd. Sor rento, kicking with the wind, soon had a coup'e of goals to their score; after that Mornington woke up and took possession of the gam-, and from then on did nothing but kick goals and be hinds, and only for the fdrwards fre quently . spoiling one another, they would have put up a record hard to beat. The Sorrento team individu ally did some good work at, times, but they should have got their kick more often insteadof so much punching the ball to one another. The final result Mornington, 15.23 (113 points) Sorrento, 4.7 (31 points). The goal-kickers for Mornington were-J. Jenkins (4), N. ?leArthur (2), A. McArthur (2), L. Harrison (2), S. Wilson (2), F. Schleebs (2), and A. Slater; whilst those who played best for the w...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

TYABB. This tiny township will soon regain its old appearance, or even better, as Mr Ryan is rebuilding on the corner opposite the Hall What promises to be a much more substantial and con venient building than the one it'is re placing is being erected by Messrs. G. Denham and son. Now that'the pavilion, or "grand stand," at the Recreation Ground is almost completed it looks "just the thing," and its looks do not by any means exaggerate its. convenience. What is now wanted'on this ground, and, in fact, should have been done years ago, is a good row of pines along the north and west sides to serve as break-winds in winter and shelter in summer. This will be done this sea son, and any who have more pines than they want for planting purposes, will be hailed as Simaritans if they will only send them along, or even send word concerning them. -

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FOOTBALL. Peninsula Association. SOMERVILLE v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

FOOTBALL. Pe?ninsunia Association. SOMI ERVILLE v. TYABB. Somenrville met Tyabb on the for ier's ground last Saturday. .Both clubs had representative eighteens: O'ing to a Strng nIorth-westIerly wind, the p'ay was confind, d to one side of the ground ;the wind was also responsih' for a large number of be hinds, which would otherwise have been goals. Somerville had a good lead as the teams changed ends for the last quarter, but Tyabb rallied splendidly, adding two goals and several behinds. The Tyabb boys could not equalise the scores, however, and Somerville ran out winners by 15 points. The game was fairly rough at times, owing to too much crowding on the ball. The final scores were Somerville, 4.12 (36 points) Tyabb, 2.9 (21 points) ..The most prominentplayers for. the; wnners w FreiHF rth, -B.Gom; W. Monk, L. Potts, W. Thornell, K. Webb, and McLellan. Tyabb's best men were-Smith, G. Slocomnbe. McLaurin, Floyd and Mills. Somner ville's goals were kicked by P. Thor nell (2), W. Hur...

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Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Dandenong Market. Dairy cattle.-A moderate supply of milkers and springers, and prices gene rally were lower, especially so with medium and inferior descriptions. Best milkers made from £8S to £10, medium £5 to £7, others from £3. Best springers to £6/12/6. Stores and young cattle were also moderately well supplied and easier. Store cows to £3/6. Pigs.--A small supply of all descriptions and prices all round very firm. Bacon £3/1/6. Porkers, heavy, 45/ : others 35/ to 38/. Suckers, best to 15/; others 10/ to 12/6. Calve-. -A small supply and very dear. Best to £1/3/6.

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Our Letter Box. (We do not necesreily identify .r,.al ee with the opinions expressed ly corres4ondents) TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANL'ARD at T?alb Hall on July. l'Tth;.I stron'gly. condemn the behaviour of one of the men dancers. who, during dancing, threw a young girl violently to the floor. The effect of the fall caused the young girl to become dazed. The man evidently considered it a huge joke, and left the young lady to be picked up by others in the hall. Then he steps forward and tells the young lady to keep coo!, whereupon she promptly boxed his ears, which I, as a man, admire. Since that the young lady, I believe, has received a con' inunicat:on from the committee of the club informine her she is expelled from the club during the pleasure of the committee. I consider this schoolboy proceeding ridiculous, as also should all who have any respect for the weaker sex.-Yours etc., JUSTICE. Hastings, 22/7/09.

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

LANGWARRIN The many friends of Mr B. Barratt will b- pleased to hear that he is slowly recovering from his recent ill ness. Rabbits are decreasing here, and, prah.ally owing to this cause, foxes are visiting us frequently during the day. Much interest is being taken here in the tennis court, which the club intend to open this spring. Various improvement are in pro gress at the local railway station, and the department intend to beautify the grounds; Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. s1 6d

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Somerville Fruitgrowers' -._ _Association. The monthly meeting of the Somer ville Fruitgrowers' Association was held on Monday evening, when a good number of members turned up. After the minutes had been re Mr C. Murray, .J.P., (President) ij felicitous terms presented Mr WV. A. Shepherd (who has been president ft . seven years) with a pair of gold sleeve links, as a token of the appreciation of members for Mr Shepherd's services to the Association. A letter was received from the Department of Agriculture, stating that there was no irnt-ntion of starting an experimental orchard plot at Somer ville as suggested. A paper by Mr Bryant, of the Bat. hurst Agricultural College, Queens land, on the evaporation of fruit, was read by the Secretary, and was well received. A vote of thanka was re corded to Mr Bryant. It was resolved to ask Mr Mitchell, of fruit drying fame, to again visit Somerville, with the view to erecting suitable machinery. It was decided by three votes to two not to hold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Mr M. A. M1cFarlane., Tobacconist, Mary bo;: ugh Vic. writes: *-My boy has been troubled with bronchitis for some time, and though I had expert opinion and their prescriptions he still seemed to be getting worse. I was really afraid that he was de veloping consumption. At length I con cluded to give Chamberlain's Cough Re mnedy a trial, and can truthfully say the result was wonderful. From the very first he commenced to pick up. and is to-day quite healthy. At the least symptom of an attack I now give him a few doses, and it always checks the complaint at once. Have als, given Chamberlain Cough Re medy to mny other children when attacked with Croup, with the same good results." For sale by all storekeepers. A COMMON EXPERIENCE. The After Effects of Influenza AN OLD EAST BRUNSWICK MAN SPEAKS. Parks and reserves are very necer sary adjuncts to the health ot any place, and are regarded as among a city's most valuabie and dearest posses sions. But it is also advisable for the public to ...

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Frankston Court of Petty 1 Sessions. Monday.-Before Messrs P.-Cofien P.M., Sherlock, Williams, Crawford, Woodhouse, and Perrott, J'sP. CATTLE ON THE RAILWAY. Mary R. Deane, was charged with allowing one head of cattle to wander on the railway line at Frankston. Inspector Borsum, prosecuting, said that for some time wandering cattle had been a source of annoyance and danger by straying on to the railway. Several owners had been spoken to by Ganger Gale, and asked to keep their cattle off the line, but with no effect, and summonses had accordingly been issued. Ganger Gale in evidence said that on 3rd May an Alderney cow was straying on the line, which he was told was Mrs Deane's. " To the Bench: He did not speak to Mrs Deane about the matter. Mrs Deane said the cow was not hers, and Inspector Borsum intimated that the evidence was not sufficient, and withdraw the case. Emily Trenoweth was similarly charged, with respect to two head, cne of which she admitted. The defendant said that t...

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Federal Association. FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Federal Association. FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. gFrankston, represented by a fairly good team, visited Mlentone on Satur day, and scored an easy victory by 79 points. The g,-mne was very un interesting from start to finish. Frank ston, instead of pracricing concerted action, went in forserambling play, and thus lost a good chatnce of cultivating la department in which the team is sadly deficient when opposed to the leading clubs. All the players showed good form individually, the two wing men (Renouf and Wil-on) being the two most prominent men. With Baxter in th.. centre, alnd the fivers named o', ei her side, s,.me good fout ba?l should be shown in the semifinal mnatch, in which Frankston are almost certain to play. White let the play ers en, and though the match was very friendly, there was an abundance of unpenalised breaches of the rules. The final scores were Frankston, 10.20 (80 paEnts) MIentone, 0.1 (1 point). Goal-kickers-Box (4), Renouf (2), McDougal, Barnett, Sherlock, and Bur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, FPaminlies Wited ..n for Orders......... Prime Most Oily K, pt..... ....... Small Gooeis of Every Description Fr-sh Daily Hides and Skins Bought............... .T. 'AITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. " -. - .?O 'Hot') IRV uNij' S ROYAL BATHS. (Cold) NIMORNINGTON , OP7; NT DAIIY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS x NTLKME . ... .. . . ... Prom 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m S.<m.z ... .10 . . ..... ... ,, 10 a.m.;to 1 p.m. -', LTL°-r M N ... ...... .... .. ,, 2 p.m. to S.S30 LAIs.,S .. .... ... .. ... . . 30,, to5 ,, -r-eTI.CnRM .... . ... ..... . . ,, 5 ,, to 6.30,, LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. THE STRONGFST " CHAIN OF PIANO VALUES A . EVER BAnIot LINKED TOGETHER CATALOGUES FREE OR INSPECT AT 294-296 BOURKE ST MEL? J. Nott Marsh B[EGS to notify the Public of Franks J ton and Surrounding Districts that he has Opened a House, Land & Es tate Agency...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

LOCAL AND CENERAL. Mn Chas. Murray, of Somerville, was on'M[onday sworn in before Mr Cohen, P.M, as one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace. 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 late J. E. M'Kay, and particulars are fully set forth in advertisement in this issue. As auction sale of household furniture, vehicles, etc., is advertised in this issue by Alex Scott and Co. to be held at Mornington on 2pd August. The sale will be held at the Tanti yards for con venience. Particulars of the lots to be sold are given fully in the advertisement. MR A. J. Findlay has been appointed stationmaster at Frankston, vice Mr Brown, transferred to Yarrawonga. Mr Findlay comes from Creswick, having been stationed there for a couple of months, prior to that having charge of the Terang station. IN this issue Mr D. Macfarlan, of Sorrento, announces that he is a candi date for the election of a representative...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Auction Sales.' Land at Tyabb. Monday, 2nd August. A LEX SCOTT & CO. have received instructions from THE U\ION TR?STEE CO. OF AUSTRALIA. L1 D., in the Estate of JAM :S e:. MICAY. deceased, to sell by Public Auc t'on. at the Tanti Market Yards, at one 'oclock ou the above date Allotment I. of Section 22, Town and Parish of Tyabb, containing :;. Ir. 16p., also Allotments gand 9, of Section 3, Town and Parish of Tyabb. containing one acre. Upon Allotments 8 and 9 is erected an old 3-roomed W.B. Cottage, with 2 additional rooms lp'rtiy constructed. TE RMS-CASI. AL.rx. ScTrr & Co., Auctioneers, Dan denong and Korrumburra. Household Furniture and Vehicles. So0 R N I N G T 0 N. Monday, 2nd August. A LEX. SCOTT & CO. have received iustructions from THE TRUS TEES, EXECUTORS& AGENCY CO. LTD., 412 Collins Street, Melbourne, to sell by Public Auction, without reserve, at the Tan"i- Hotel Yards, for conven ience of Sale. at 11 o'clock sharp. on the above date, pri...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Hastings on Wednesday, when there were present -Crs Baxter (president.), Sherlock, Gamble, Woodhouse, Perrott, Hod gins, Murray, Griffeth, and Cole. coRREsPOxDENCE. From S. Marabella, Hastings, ask ing that something might be done to prevent ratepayers from driving on the footpaths at Hastngs.-Cr Perrott said that some persons had gone so far as to cut approaches to the fouL paths for their carts. They should be stopped from cutting up the paths. The Secretary was instructed to take steps to have the practice put a stop to by warning the offenders. From T. Kearns, Hastings, asking for attention to footpath near his place, which had been cut up by narts.-To be attended to. From G. G. Wiltshire, applying for permission to erect a culvert over water table at the intersection of MIorningtop road and Peach Grove, Tyabb.--On the motion of Crs Griffith and Waodhouse, permission w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909

For Children's Hackiqg Cough at Night, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure 1/6. No chemist who sought in' vast ages .. The phantom Philsopher's Stone, Has handed, down that which .assuages,' The throat-rouible always so prone ; Till Woods after thirty years' trial, -' In tests both exhaustive and sure, Discovered a charm to defy all- Woods' Great Peppermint Cure:. Public Notices, PAINLESS DENTISTRY. To the Residents of Frank stcn and surrounding Districts s. -8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist -AND DENTAL PHYSICIAN, Late Demonstrator on Dentistry of t2o BOURKE STREET (Opp. Eastern Market) MELBOURNE, WILL VISIT FRANKSTON AT Prince of Wales Hotel. On dates to be announced. Intending Patients can rely upon having the most difficult teeth,-no matter how badly broken, decayed, or buried stumps extracted Absolutely Without Pain Or" that terrible "wrench'- with'no"a'fiter effects. It is not often that Country patients are visited by such a MCDEBN Dentist by ex amination, thoroughly up-to-date and hav ing ...

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TYABB. SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909

TYABB. SCHOOL SPORTS. The "tiny township" of Tyabb was i':e scene of great excitement on Satur day last. The Tyabb school boys had arranged a football match with the Mornington boys, while the girls had challenged the Scmerville school-girls to play rounders. An hour or so be fore the appointed time, the locals were scanning the horizon for a glimpse of the visitors, and although many false alarms were raised,. their hope( of enjoying a day's sport were not blighted. The Mornington boys arriv cd in a lorry, which was the only means of conveyance they could ob tain. After the first quarter MIorn ington decided not to proceed any further with the game, asthe ground was under water. The scores were Tyabb, 8.3; Mornington, nil. The Mornington boys are a friendly lot, and it is hoped that when they journey to Tyabb again the weather will he more promising. The Tyabb girls had an easy win, and the way in which they batted a,,d fielded showed that a great deal of time had been spent in pra...

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FRANKSTON ROVERS v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909

FRANESTON ROVERS v. SOMER VILLE. The Somerville team having a bye in the Peninsula Association on Satur day last, the Frankston Rovers went across and played them. The ground was wet and sloppy, and in some places it was impossible to bounce the hall. The Rovers could only put 17 men in the field, while Somerville had a fairly strong 18. The scores show that a very close and exciting game (won by Somerville by only two points)was witnessed by the onlookers. Result Somerville, 2.9 (21 points) Rovers, 2.7 (19 points) Although the Rovers were beaten by 2 points, they were by no means dis graced, and consider that with 17 men they did well to get so near to the score of the second highest team in the Peninsula Association. Goal-kickers - Somerville: Thor nell (2). Rovers : Kemp (2). The best players for the winners were-Thornell (2), Firth, Potts, Ryan, and Murray, whilst for the losers Oakley, Sid Young, Kerr, Reynolds and Hague played well. Mr Monk umpired the game satis factorily. "P...

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POSITION OF THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 7 August 1909

POSITION OF THE CLUBS. The position of Clubs in the Peninsula Football Association is as follows : Pld. Von Lost Dwn. Pts. Hastings Ir I o I o 40 Somerville II 7 4 0 28 Mornington II 6 4 i 26 ialnarring II 6 5 o 24 Dromana xI 5 5 I 22 Sorrento Ir 3 8 o 12 Tyabb II o I II o

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