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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

On Thursday eveninglast theCarrum. Football Club held a ball in the North Carrum Hall. The hall was well filled, about 40 couples being present, visitors coming from Mordialloc, the Downs, Dandenong, and a large number from the beach side, who had to walk along the bank of the drain, being unable to drive owing to the bad state of the the roads; but an enjoyable evening was subsequently spent, and made up for the inconvenience of getting there. The floor was in splendid order, and the couples tripped. merrily' around to the excelleL.t music supplied by Miss Grace Miller, of Mordialloc. Supper was -handed round at midnight, and after a brief interval dancing was again indulged in till the small hours of the - morning, when the good humoured? but 'somewhat tired :party dispersed "and returned home,- after having spent a mostI enjoyable timei The manner in which the catering :and arrange ments were carried out reflects great credit on the ladies who helped, -and •also the committee who...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Original Poetry. IN WATTLE TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Original Poetry. IN WATTLE TIME. I wooed, midst wattles' golden flowers perfuming, The lambent air. in this sequestered dell; I won the fairest, best, and least assum ing, Dear maid on earth, before the blossoms fell. We wed; our home was all a-deck with yellow; The wattle was our pride ; we used to say It had a light, so softly bright and mel low, Like fairy lamps, which fairies have at play. Fall many a year saw wattle bloom re turning, Sweet years of joy and happiness were they We thought they brought a lesson for our learning, Of constancy and deepening love each day. We watched for early buds as they were breaking; The dawn of summer they would s .em to be; Then later on would find us often seeking The lingering sparks of gall upon the tree. -Alas! too soon, one bright and warm December, The wattles in profusion everyside ; Oh I anguish sad it is as I remember, 'Twas then my sweetheart wife fell ill and died. And now each year, oh, oft the golden tresses I gather, as they in th...

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CRIB POINT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

CRIB POINT Owving to the boisterous weather of last week, the shipping at Stony Point suffered severely. MIr R. Peterson had his yatclht smashed, also the vessels engaged in the cray-fishing trade suf fered greatly. Capt. H. Burgess, of the Ada Burgess, to save his craft, had to cut adrift his small - boats and lost all loose gear, after having had twenty four hours of the severest weather ex perienced in the straits with the fish ing fleet. The Mary Burgess dragged her anchor, and only with great per severence the vessel was kept from being a wreck. The presenca of four vessels, viz., Mary Burgess, Ada Burgess, Elsinore, and Lady Brassey, gives Stony Point rather a busy looking aspect. The four vessels are engaged in cray-fishing, bringing their catches from the straits. Chicory is about finished. Mr A. WVoolley has about one of the best yields of the district; also s.veral other landowners have done well with the industry. MAr H. Albon is getting an oil engine put in his boat, to ...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

NOTES. It is probable a League umpire will officiate in the final and challenge games. A match will be played at Frankston this afternoon, between a local eight een and the St. Ignatius (Richmond) team. The Hastings v. Somerville semi final match at Mornington will be re played this afternoon. Porteous will umpire. Hastings will be strongly represen ted. M. Carmichael and P. Sposito, who were absent from the last game, will be in the team. Kerr is the only likely absentee. A. Kirkpatrick, formerly of Morn ington, who showed good form for Carlton District early in the season, has played several good games for Richmond during the last month. Mr H. J. Mlenck, secretary of the Mornington Peninsula Football Asso ciation, who has been laid up with a bad cold for over a month, has now recovered, and was present on Mon day night at the delegates meeting. Len Incigneri, the old Peninsula champion, is still playing fine dashing football in the League, and D. Chap man (Dromana) has improved co...

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GOWANGARDIE SOUTH, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

GOWA',GARDIE SOUTH, VIC. Ge?rge Woodhouse;. Gowangardic South, via Violet Town,, Vic., writes ;--" I may state that I have used -your- Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment on my leg, after re ceiving a severe kick at a football match, ana.the result was more than satisfactory. I can honestly recormmend it. ' Dr. Sheidon's Mahlb tij Liniment relieves at once Rlieumatsm, Lumbago, LameBack, :COtsEr Bruises,-and Burns, and. repeated applier.tions will effect a cure in a remark rby short time.. Rrice Is. 6d. and 3s. per Cottle Obtainable at E. Rudduek, Gene iia storekeeper, Jetty store Dromana" Vie., Don't borrow .your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter. For Children's Hookitg Cough at Night, i=;aWoods Great Peppermint Cure ; /t,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Professional Notices. FRANKSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC ...... STUTIO....... MAR.KtBR OWY, Photographer. Groups, Animal Life, and ............. ............... Post Cards a Speciality. . Groups, etc., etc. Studio, Bay-st. FRA NKSTON WV. LOJBB3 ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. AGENT FOR. CCrIHERCIAL UXION FIRE FREQUENT ENQUIRIES -for FARMS & ORCHARDS LARGE a.rD SMALL. Owners please send particulars W. LOBB, MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. E. A. E. MARTIN. General Storekeepers and Wine and Spirit Merchants, SOMERVILLE. Ora MorTro-Quality combined with cheapness. Drapery, Boots, Shoes, &c., at lowest prices. Chaff. Grain, and Artificial Manures. Al lines of patent medicines stocked. A I'RIAL SOLICITED ROLLAND FRASEI, - SURGEON - - DENTIST. - 15 TOORAK ROAD, -(Opposite Christ Church), -SOUTH YARRA. P'rahrn and Toor.ik Trams pass Doobr. ...4 min. from Sth. Yarra Station... Try H, H. CHESSHIRE; KEW NURSERY, - KEW, VIC, -For ROSESS. CARNATIONS, HIEATHS, PALMS. FERNS...

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Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. Thursday.-Before Dr. Cole, P.M.,. and Messrs J. G. Barrett, W. Segrave, and-Dr.- Somers, J's.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston4 Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ............ Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Notice to Readers. TiHERE is no doubt that many events I in the outlying districts are un recorded- We will be pleased if readers -will furnish us with the details of .any occurrence of public interest for publica tion in THE STANDARD. :Notice to Correspondents All communications must be addressed to the Editor, and not personally to any member of the staf. - Tengthy communications must be in?the Editor'shands not later than the Thurs day preceding publication day, to ensure theirinsertion. Correspondents will please write on one. side of paper onLx IRVINE S HOT & COL.'` S E SEA WATER BATHS. wT I (Rot) IRV''1E'S ROYAL BATHS. (Cold) - : MORNINGTON : - OPEN DAILY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS ENTLE3 , .... . . . ... From 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Amusements. OOK Out for the Grand PLALN. FANCY, & POSTER BALL in aid of the Frankston Tenms Club, in the MIECHANICS', FRANKSTON, on efs SAxrtnuA, OcTon.nr 2NsD. First-class Music. - Prize for MIost Original Costume. S. Yocsc, Hen. Sec. FRANKSTON TENNIS CLUB. A GENERAL MEETING of SemLb ers .will be held at Mrs Deane's Residence on SATUlRDAY EVENLNG, SEPTEML ER I11lt? (postponed), at 8 p.m. Buciness: To arrange re Fancy Dress Ball, To1urnament, etc. A full at tendance is requested. S, Yor.oa, Hon. Sec. SOCIAL TENT I.O.R. A GRAND Bioscopa Erltaerailment S1TILL be held on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER "?.2_x, 1'J0. in the Mechanics' Institute, Frankston, by Alex Gunn and Sons. A Good Programme of Sonus. etc.. s:d 4000 ft of Biocope Film will be given. Moonlight. Moonlight. F. H. WELLS, Sec. £1,500 PRIZES £1,50.0 nf -PlTIZE '500. net .hNo.-The Committee guarantees the first two prizes FULL VALUE. Second : Value £10. Third : Value LG3 And 247 other Prizes, totallint £1,500. Eight Hour Grea...

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Frankston H. and A. Association. ANNUAL MEETING. SHOW FIXED FOR JANUARY 12, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Frankston H-' and A. Association. ANNUAL MEETING. SHOW FIXED FOR JANUARY 12, 1910. .The annual meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Frankston, on Wednesday evening last, when there were present :-Messrs Sherlock (vice-president, in the chair), C. G. V. Williams, Hogan, Chamber lin, G. Grice, Patterson, Sheridan, Richardson, T. Ritchie, Bonnor, McDonald, Oates, Dr. Maxwell, and J. N. Marsh (Secretary). Previous to the public meeting, at a committee meeting the balance sheet was received, and a few accounts passed for payment. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs Williams and Hogan. BALANCE SHEET AND REPORT. The secretary read the balance sheet and annual report. The re 'ceiptsfor the year : totalled, 195/8/6, expedditUre £185/19/1 :leeavie in k$ bank balance of £9/187, outstanding accounts amounting to£6/11/, brought the credit balance to date £./17/7. The principal items. in the receipts were, donations £103...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for.Coughs and Colds, never fails. Is 0d Mr WV. C. Woclkner, Toowoomba, Queens land, writes : '" Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is an excel'ent Remedy. I "have been suffering from a severe cold f3r the last " two months and it has' effected a cure. It :i a pleasure for me to recommend it to any one with a bad cold.". This is the opinion of one of t- e oldest and most respected resi dents of Toowoomba, and has been volun * tarily given in good faith that others might try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and be benefited as he was. For sale by all store keepers. - NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs A. E. Gibson, 75 Holtermtan-street North Sydney. N.S.V., writes: -- My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Di gestive Tabules. Before taking them we were afraid to eat, but now.we can eat well, without ainy ill effects afterwards. We can -not praise thenm too highly, and we recom mend them to anyone sunffering withindi gestioa." 'Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabulea aro an unequalle...

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FOOTBALL. Federal Association. CHELTENHAM PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

S FOOTBALL: Federal:I -Association. CHELTENHABi PREMIERS. The fin lh match in this competition was played on Saturday afternoon at the Friendly. Societies' ground, Mel bourne,:in the presence of several hun dreds of spectators, between the Chel tenham and Ellindale clubs. The " Age?' says that the play was excep tionally rough, footballers on both sides punching their opponents as the humor seized them, and melees occur ring where the ball was not in evidence. One of the Ellindale players, named Adams, had to retire through breaking a 'small bone in his arm. The result was Cheltenham- 6.6 (42 points). Ellindale 2.12 (24 points.) £10 was taken at the gates in aid of the association's funds. Atthe delegates' meeting on Tuesday night; the Cheltenham representative (Mr W. Johnson) said his club took exception to the report in the " Age " (as above) that both sides punched their opponents as the humor seized -them.:* The report should be corrected. as it gave the impression that Chelten ...

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Federal Football Association. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

Federal Football Asso ciation. MEETING OF DELEGATES. The delegates of the clubs in the above Association met at ilentone on Tuesday evening, Cr Le Page being in the chair. Mordialloc and Moor abbin were not represented. ROUGH PLAY. The Cheltenham club reported T. Adams and L. Robertson, of Ellindale, for striking Cheltenham players in the final match last Saturday. W. Johnson, who had his nose halt covered with sticking-plaster, said he was struck deliberately whilst going for the ball, and away from the ruck. It was not accidental. The President said the match ap peared to the onlooker to be very rough. It looked as though some men had laid themselves out specially to play the man and not the ball. Mr Kirwan (Ellindale) remarked that the umpire had not reported any rough play; his report was very short. The secretary said that Hunt told him that if it had not been a final match he would have reported a couple of instances of rough play. Mr Peterson (ilentone) said he saw both the p...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 September 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE next court day at Frankston has been fixed for September 27th. AMONGST the latest appointments as Justices of the Peace, we notice the name of Cr. B. Baxter, President of the Frank ston and Ha.tings shire. TENDERS are invited in this issue for grubbing, clearing, and cutting into fire wood a small area of about three acres, for Major Compbell, Amesfield Park, Mornington: 7 -tiadrci.id l til ar la]t Saturday's issue' that the' Melbourne Hounds :would meet at MIornington Junction that day. The meet will be held this afternoon at 1.30. THE Frankston- tennis club has ar ranged to hold a grand plain, fancy, and poster balL on October 2nd. A meeting of members will be held at Mrs Deane's residence on Saturday (this) evening. Is this issue Major Campbell invites tenders (returnable September 11) for fencing at Amesfield Park.- Specifications may be seen at T. Ritchie and Co.'s; Frankston, and at J. B. Tait's, Morning ton; THE new tennis court at Langwarrin will be of...

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) FOOTBALL TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Our Letter Box. (We do anot necessarily identify oarnlel with 1 the opinions expressed ty correspondents) TO TIIE EDITOR OP THE STANDARD It is with the greatest reluctance that I am compelled to reply to some letters that have appeared in your valuable paper for the past few weeks, d in connection with " Peninsula foot- j ball," and signed " B.lnarring." Who- I ever that individual may, be, I am sure that all unbiassed followers and supporters of the "King of Winter Games," will agree that all letters written by him are only the rash and r wild assertions of a small and narrow mind. In your issue of August 14th c he starts his notorious epistle thus :- I "Where is Sport in the Mornington s Football C'ub They used the local r press to bring discredit on Ba'narring." c In reply I must give that statement a flat denial; as with the exception of a c reply by the secretary of the M.F.C. I to Mr Hazeldine re a challenge, no t letters have appeared in the press from the M?F.C. in reference...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

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LANGWARRIN OPENING OF NEW TENNIS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

LANGWARRIN OPENING OF NEW TENNIS COURT ... On Wednesday L-ngwarrin ap peared to be in a state of general activity, in anticipation that at 3.30 p.m the tennis court would be form ally opened by Mr C. G. V. Williams, J.P., of "Ballam P.rk." The court has been made by the Progress Association for the purpose of afford ing a suitable place for healthy recre ation, and a considerable amount of time and labour has been put into the work, with that object in view. At 3.30, the time announced to open the court, when Mr and Mrs "Williams drove up in their motor car, accom panied by a lady visitor, there was quite a record and representative gathering present. The Frankston club was well represented, but Somer ville, having previously arranged a match with Hastings on that date, were unable to attend; however, Dr. Grifliths very ably represented the Somerville club. Mrs and Mrs Wil liams were met by the president and vice-president of the Progress Asso ciation and after being shown over the ...

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FLINDERS. A. AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

FLINDERS. A. AND H. SOCIETY. The 'annual meeting of Flinders A. and H. Society was held at the Mechanics' Institute, Flinders, on Fri day, 10th inst. Once again the So ciety comes out with a credit balance, this year the amount being £13/14/9;, with assets totalling £86. After the adoption of the balance sheet, and mutual congratulations, the meeting elected the office-bearers for the ensuing. 12 months r A. Buchanan, of "Gleneira," was elected president, and deservedly so, for this gentleman has spared no effort from the Society's.inception to try and make the Flinders Show a credit to the dis tr'ct. Messrs C. T. Cook and M. Whiting were elected vice-presidents, and a strong committee of 30 members elected, including 8 ladies. The So ciety owes much to the lidy members for the active interest taken at all times. The experiment of having l dy members on the cnmmittee did not commend itself to some of the steroer sex at the Society's inaugura tion, but subsequent events have since pr...

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Death of Sir Thomas Bent MELBOURNE, Friday 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Death of Sir Thomas Bent MELBOURNE, Friday 17th. - Sir Thomas Bent died this morning at eight o'clock after an attack of in fluenza.

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Melbourne Hounds. AN ENJOYABLE RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Melbourne Hounds. . AN ENJOYABLE RRUN. Some years back one of the most popular meets of the Melbourne Hounds was in the vicinity of Frank ston, Last season, however, it did not take place, but Mr J. Grice was determined that in 1909 the hounds would once more have a run here abouts. The event was se down for Saturday last, and on that day, the weather being fine, there was a large gathering of huntsmen and their triends and also onlookers. A special train conveyed the visitors and mounts from Melbourne to M1orning ton Junction, where the throw-off took place at about 2.30 p.m. A start was made in the race course, a post and rail being taken into Sage's, were three fences were successfully negoti ated; and the trail then went into Stiningan's, across Hobson's bridge into T. Ritchie's, :and the railway double at Moorooduc. It might be here mentioned that most of the local hunters went under the viaduct, as it appeared much safer. The train passed here, and at one time it was thought t...

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