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Complimentary Social. TO THE MORNINGTON FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Complimentary Social. TO THE MORNINGTON FOOTBALL" CLUB. The complimentary social 'given by the Mornington ladies to the above club, which was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Friday night last, was the most enjoyable function that has taken place for-some considerable time. The hall was tastefully decorated with gar lands, Chinese lanterns, flags and ever greens, intermingled with red, white and blue streamers (the club's colors). Card and draught table were also ar ranged on the stage for the enjoyment of the non-dancers, which was greatly appreciated. Two goal posts were erected in the centre, very nicely de corated with red, white and blue streamers, with a football hanging in the centre, over the tables, which were abundantly filled with choice deli cacies. At 8.30 the music commenced a march waltz, in which 50 couples graced the floor, and before half past 9 o'clock 230 guests had arrived. The masters of ceremonies (Messrs J. Grif fiths and J. Hailes) kept things mov ing bri...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

W;{TER TIME TABLE FOE MOEN2I7GTON PE~flSUIA.. . w .~oaa f r _ a~;E! ~ ij~siia ;'rý MELBOURNE TO FRANICSTON, p.m. pm. p.m. am a.m. a,m, Sats. Sats. Sate. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m only ox, oelb, dop, 7.48 8.10 12.20 1.12 1.18 435 86.0 6.20 11,8? Onrrnm 0.11 0,23 1.80 2,20 2 32 5,44 0.23 7.2D 12,44 F'kston, arr, 0.22 0.84 1,465 2 2.37 2.43 5.55 0,3 7,40 12.55 FRANKS''ON TO MELBOURNE, Sate, Bata. a,3m a.m, n,m, p., p.m. p.m, p,m, p,m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 7.12 8 00 0.35 1.17 2.10 3,3 3,8 0.8 8,20 Carrum 7.23 8.41 0,51 1.28 2,d2 314 3,10 0,21 831 Iolboun', arr, 8,32 0,48 110 2.37 8.43 4,25 4,80 7,84 0,12 MELBOURNE TO F IRANKST3N. a.m._p.m; p.m. p.m elb., dep, 10.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12.4 3.31 7.13 10.39 F'kstou,arr. 12.15 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MEL.BOURNE. SUsDAhs. a.m. p.m. p,m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 9 20 4.23 8.8 Carrum 9 33 4.31 7.18 8.19 MIelbourne, arr. 10.42 5.42 8.26 9.27 MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. sats. . on!y' p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. 1.15 8.10 -5.30 Carrum .... 2.32 9.23 ...

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

Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CONTINUE their subscriptions. 2. If Subscribers order the discontin lance ot their.peiiodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until AREasss are paid,. S. ,,If subdcriber s refuse sr begloc~to e : . they are directed, they are JiESPONsBL?f?. until theyr have settled their billsaiid. ordered.the periodicals to be discontinued, 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, If subscribers payin advance for a periodical, they are . bound to give NOTICE to the publisher, at the -end of. the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking it, otherwise the piblisher .is authorised to send on, and the subscri ber. will.be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.

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FOOTBALL. SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. EASY WIN FOR HASTINGS. A DISAPPOINTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

FOOTBALL. SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. EASY WIN FOR HASTINGS. A DISAPPOINTING GAME. The above teams met on Saturday at Mornington, under very favorable cir cumstances. The weather conditions were a remarkable cointrast to those prevailing when the teams met a fort night previously, the result of which was a draw. The day was beautiful, the air bracing, though. Old Sol shone with a brightness that tired the play ers considerably. The play wvas a big disappointment, and the large crowd of spectators saw a match that was a tame affair throughout. In fact, the previous meeting of the clubs, with a wet ground and heavy ball, provided a ] far better and more interesting con test than was witnessed on Saturday. The match does not warrant a detailed account of the play, for after the first quarter, in which matters were fairly i even, only three points being scored (by Hastings), and a few minutes of the third term, the Somerville players ,, never looked like winning, and Hast ings won in very e...

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Mornington Shire Council THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Mornington Shire Council THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. p The ordinary monthly meeting was held as above, when there were pres- t ent:-Crs. Nunn, Flood, Alston, o Stephens. Male, Barrett, Lobb, Francis C and Bradford. a ELECIION OF PRESIDENT. Prior to the commencement of the r ordinary business, it was decided that f( the president's allowance for the Si forthcoming year be the same as formerly, £10. a Cr. Barrett proposed, Cr Flood as d the president for the ensuing year. -Cr Barrett said he could confidently recommend Cr Flood. He came to n the concil table fully equipped as a 4 councillor, and his long service as a 4 shire officer had proved of great ad vantage to him. Councillors all knew a of Cr Flood's good work, and they 1 also knew he had the ratepayers' con- P fidence, as recently shown at the el election by the large vote recorded for 0 him. His election to the president's P chair would meet with the hearty approval of the ratepayers. a Cr. Nunn seconded the motion. e: Cr Stephens...

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Frankston Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Frankston Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' Halt on Monday evening, the captain -(Mr C. WVillox) occupying, the chair, . the following also being present :-Messrs C. G. V. Williams (president), Petrie, Grant, Bates, Oates, Corlett, I. and H. Lloyd, Schultz, Gamble, Cooper, McDonald, and Dalman (secretary). The balance-sheet was received and adopted. The receipts totalled £26 Os 4d, and the expenditure £20 7s 5d, leaving a credit balance of £5 12s 10d. The secretary's report was also re ceived and adopted. The report stated there were 64 members on the roll, classified : Marksmen, 14; 1st class, 13; 2nd class, 14; 3rd class, 6. Mr J. Lynch, with a score of 187, led the musketry list. Seven new mem ters had been added during the year, ad three had been transferred from other clubs. Sixteen matches were shot during the year, nine being won and seven lost. The annual trip to Red Hill was held, and proved enjoy able. A long trip to Day...

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

IN MEMORIAM.   LESTER.-In loving remembrance of my dear Father, who departed this life on 15th of September, 19o8 ; also my dear friend, Mrs Lester, died September 1st, 19o9. Farewell my Father dear,   Farewell, adieu to thee adieu, And we, your dearly loved ones, All say farewell to you. -Inserted by his loving Daughter, Mrs Allen, Perth, W.A. BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MR & MRS G. DENYER tender their   heartfelt THANKS to their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, and floral tributes, in their re- cent sad bereavement. Wirte Stanrbarb. PUIBLISISJJD ?V?Y" BSATURDA " IOR,'yl2.G. - " Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.

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The Camp, Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

•The Camp,: Frankston,: The -youing man, .Doherty, who recently met with:. an accident, is slowly regaining strength, and;, being popular, his'quick recovery is eagerly anticipated. _ Another, euchre tournament has been concluded, and, ; after 'many exciting night after night contests, the winner achieved a veritable triumph unexpectedly. The ?trophy was an essential asset foirii -camp; viz., a linen press. The winner was compli mented by his opponents, iand .it was ludicrous to witness him carrying the much-coveted prize to his tent. "Honor and fame from no condition rise ; Atv-well your part, There the honor lies," Invariably, when the'. shades ;of night are falliog fast,' the men, in camp are puzzled as to how each evening is to be spent in the most instructive and. enjoyable manner, consequently each and every one con tributes his item towards lessening the unaccountable monotny of camp life. A meeting of the Mutual Improve. ment Society was' held during the. week, and the worth...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

LOCAL. AND GENERAL. RIFLE shooting, camp neWs, and other items on our fourth page. Several articles, letters, etc., crowded out of this isrue. - Ca Ntiaoa'- ,.ducla}.-Dtnara urne -last, we after an extensive tour of the Western district. - THE Brighton football club intend holding a drag picnic to Frankston on t Sunday, October 3rd. THE Hastings tennis players journeyed to Somerville on Wednesday, and after a &.eat tussle, were defeated by the narrow margin of three games. Miss Gallavan, the Fiankston post mistress, is at present on annual leave, f and the office is now in charge of Miss a Geary, of the relieving staff. WE have received the 38th annual re port of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which may be per used by any person interested. The Society has done a great deal in the past, and is still doing much towards securing the humane treatment of dumb animals. AT the Mornington I.O.R. social last Wednesday week, Miss Winnie Garlick-in her recitatio...

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

Professional Notices. FRANHSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC ......STUDIO....... MARK BIR ODY, ?o- Photographer. Groups, Animal Zife, and ............. ............... Post Cards a Speciality. . Groups, etc., etc. Studic, Bay-st. FRANKSTON W. LOBB5 ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. Acra I?t? Ct? Xa1Ecs~ mUIoa FiRs FREQUENT ENQUIRIES -for FARMRS & ORCHARDS LARGE AND SMALL. Owners please send particulars WV. LOBB, MAIN STREET, MIORNIINGTOF. F- A. A E. MA .lk. z enea Storekeepers and Wine and Spirit Mflerchants, SON?ERVILLE. Ona Mo~rTo--QIality combined with cheapness. Drapery, Boots, Shoes, &c., at lowest prices. Chaff. Grain, and Artificial Manures. Al lines of patent medicines stocked. A TRIAL SOLICITED ROLLAND FRASER, - SURGEON - - DENTIST. - 15 TOORAK .ROAD, (Opposite Christ Church), -SOUTH YARRA. Prahran and Toorak Trams pass Door. ...4 min. from Sth. Tarra Station... Trye IL. I C ESSIIIRE, KEW NURSERY, *KEW, VIC, -For ROSES. CARNATIONS, HEATHS, PALMS. FE...

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

TYABB. A public meeting was held here on Thurs- day week for the purpose of discussing the desirability of having the local railway sta- tion placed under male supervision in the future. Cr. Cole occupied the chair and Mr Maclaurin was elected secretary to the movement. After some quiet discussion and numerous questions, it was decided to write and place before the Commissioners the disabilities which we are subject to, and offering, if necessary, to arrange a deputa- tion to explain things more fully. The H.H.C. held a progressive euchre tournament on Saturday evening last, thirty-two contestants taking part. Miss Longmuir won the ladie's prize, and after four gents had played off for first honors, Mr H. Denham won the gent's. The dance was well attended, and altogether a most enjoyable evening was spent.

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Somerville Cricket Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Somerville Cricket : Club. ANNUAL MEETING. - The anniial meeting of "the:: Somer ville Cricket Club was held on Fiiday evening, the president, Mr T. Thornell occupying the chair. The- balance- I sheet, showing a debit balance, was ] adopted. The subscription was fixed at 7s 6d for playing members, and 5s for noiplayers and juniors. It was resolved to play in the Association. .MLr T. Thornell was re-elected presi dent, with the other offices filled as follows :--Secretary and treasurer, Mr S. Martin; captain, Mr S. S. Gault; vice-captain, Mr G. Grant; vice-presi dents, Messrs C. M'urray and G. Keast; patrons, Messrs Holdsworth, G. Griffeth, A. Nunn & Sons, E. A. Martin, G. G. Cole, H. Gomm, sear., S. J. Perry & Co., Dr. "Griffith, C. Gray, J. Twyford, G. Philbrick and J. Horsfall; general committee, Messrs G. Grant, S. S. Gault,- C. Thornell, J. Taylor and S. Martin; match com mittee, Mr Taylor, tlie captain and secretary. Mr G. Grant obtained the batting honors with ...

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

A. GOXALL, S:- Butcher, - Bay-street; Frankston. Families Waited on for ?rders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept... .......... Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Notice to: Readers.- - T ELF, isno doubt that many events ind the outlin g ·districts are un recorded. OWe w.ll he pleased if. readers -rillfurnish us with the details of .any occurrence of pnublic interest for pubica tion in THE STANDARD. Notice .to Correspondents All communications musat be addressed to the Editor, and not personally ,to any member of the staff. . Lenthy commxnications: must be in: the Editor'shands not later thanthe Thurs day preceding publication :::day," to ens re-.thesrmsertiOr . Corriespondentswill please write on one side of papez onsr IRVINE'S HOT & COL - i; }':,u...% . l SEA WATER BATHS. c ' - --- . .. . ___, _ I 1i ". J (Hot) IR V1 EN?'S ROYA.L BATHIS. (Cold) SMORNINGTON OPETN DAILY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT 'EA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING H...

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

Amusements. BALNARRING BRANCH A.I.A. Anniversary Concert & Dance, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 23iocope. Illustrated Songs, First-class Miusic and Refreshments. TICKETS: Concert Is, Reserved Seats is Gd; Dance, Gents2s Gd, Ladies is, Double Ticket for Concert and Dance Os. A. W. FARnIELL, Sec. DON'T FORGET cS CRAND - CO\CERT A ALL ~ONCERT AJALL ........in aid of C. Church Repa;-s......... Splendid t'ror' ?mme. Next WEDNES DAY NIG.T, SEP. 22, at the ME cnuxlcs' HII.L, DROMANA. Good Music and Refreshments at Ball. J. Mlui'InI?', Hon. Sec. SOCIAL TENT I.O.R. A GRAND Bioso0300 EBtertaime l t --TILL be held on WEDNESDAY, S SEPTEMBER 22sn, 1909. in the Mechanics' Institute, Frankston, by Alex Gunn and Sons. A Good Programme of Songs, etc., and 4:~3 ft. of Biocope Film will be given. Moonlight. Moonlight. F, H. WELLS, Sec. £1,500 PRIZES £71,500 Value 'XFIRST GREAT l Value .LOC0 net JPRIZE L500 net first two, prizes FULL VALUE. Second : Value £lCO. Third : Value£63 And 247 other Prizes, ...

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

DROMANA. The next meeting of the Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council will be held on Saturday next; when the first business will be the election, of president for the en suing year. There is every p.rospect of a keen contest for the position, as many ratepayers consider that this position should be conferred on councillors in rotation. Some aver, that Cr Marsden, who has been a councillor for over ten years, and who takes a keen interest in matters munlcipal and otherwise, should be elected to the position without a con test ; others state that the retiring 'presi dent should, as he has creditably filled the position, be elected for,another term. Doubtless there will be a numerous at tendance of ratepayers present at the meeting. Dr. Cole, P.M., presided over the last sitting of the- local court of Petty Sessions, when verdicts for 'the amounts claimed were given with costs in two cases. Old Age Pensions were granted to William Hopcraft and Mrs Jane Pid dington and the Supplimentar...

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SORRENTO v. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

SORRENTO v. DROMANA. Teams from above-named clubs, met on Saturday last on theground of the for- mer. As the day was favorable for foot ball, and the ground in good order, a keen contest was anticipated. Wyatt, in the absence of Ern. Rudduck, led the visitors and won the toss from Salvas, who was in charge of the locals, and elected:to kick towards northern goal, having the sun behind them.   Bounced, the play was about the centre for a brief period, when. "Nip'" McLear collared, and with a smart run passed to Ken. Rigg. who eluding the backs;,found the desired opening -and scored "first blood" -a sixer. On the bounce, the   locals prevailed, and soon-were attacking, a minor point rewarding their efforts. Two pointswero notched by the visitors, and the play being confined to the locals territory, McDonald from a difficult angle scored a sixer : Another behind followed, and Jack Murphy, after a dodging run, shot the ball fairly through and raised the two fla...

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Obituary. MR S. RICKETTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 September 1909

Obituary. MR S. RICKETTS. Great sympathy was expressed in the district when it become known that a very old and highly respected citizen, in the person of Mr Stephen Ricketts, 87 years of age, had passed away at the resi dence of his niece, Mrs James Patterson, of Hampdon Street Mornington. Al- though the deceased gentleman had been confined to his bed for the last five months, suffering from senile decay, his death was unexpected. He became seriously ill on Monday night and died on Tuesday morning last. Mr Ricketts was one of the early pioneers, arriving in Victoria in the year 1842, and afterwards coming to Morning- ton in 1859, where he resided until the time of his death. He was one of the foun- ders ofthe Mornington I.O.R. in 1873, and a great advocate in temperance move ments. The deceased was born in Deal, Kent, England, and was the youngest-of a family of 12 children, all of whom lived to very old ages. Two of his brothers who died in England, at the time of their death were...

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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 — 25 September 1909

Our Letter Box.... (We do cot necessarily idently ourslres with the opinions expressed lty:correspondents) FOOTBALJL. TO T?.UEpETdt -OFPTI E STANDAR?qD Sir,-Onlooker's reference to ob. jections is my only excuse for troubling you once more. I contend there are no reasonable grounds for trying' to upset the result : of a match on an objection to a registered player. "What protection does registration afford ? No player should be entered in the register until his claim has been ap proved of by the committee ; no player should be considered ineligible until his removal from the. register has been. sanctioned by the committee; thence all registered players must be consid ered eligible.. Unless we can define the eligibility of members in soine such terms, registration is a farce. The right to challenge a registered mem ber is always open, and, if the evidence be deemed sufficient, the committee may-suspend. This payer could then be afforded an opportunity to toe the carpet at the Grand, ...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

.- .Tennis. The.followin" are the handicaps and draw for the mixed doubles' itourna ment arranged by the, Frankston Tennis Club".-- Miss Sangwell and H. Pettit, owe 30, v. Miss Pettit and A Aitken, owe --30.. -" Miss K. Gregory and E. Reynolds,owe -15, v. Mliss A. Brody and J. Benson, rec. 15. -Miss G. Pettit and O. Pettit, owe 40, v. Miss Wailliams an Dr. Maxwell, owe -30. Miss Kemp and S. Young, owe 30; v. Miss D. Bates and B. Oakley, scratch. Miss Rogers and P Wallace, owe "40, v Miss Reynoldsand J. Reynolds, owe --32?. Miss Cummins and R. Cummins, scratch, v. Miss I. Gregory and J.Francis, owe 15. : - Miss Bates and W. Griegory, rec. 15, v. Miss O'Grady and W. Pettit, owe 3-G 15. Miss Laurissen and W Coinel, reo. 15, a bye.

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Poisonous Humors. IN THE BLOOD OVERCOME BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909

Poisonous Humors. IN THE BLOOD OVERCOME BY DR.. MORSE'S INDIAN • ROOT PILLS. Mr Thomas J. Cranwell, a young "farmer, of Rockbank, near Melbourne, writing trom the residence of his par ents at Footscray, states how Blood Poisoning set in his arm and extended all over his body, which the doctor's treatment failed to counteract. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, however, afforded him speedy relief. The result of the first bottle exceeded his most sanguine anticipations. Read what he says :- " It is a little over twelve months since I suffered cut otn the rFaI arm, which I ne glected and from thearm it extended all over my body. I was in a dreadful state, and the pain was intense. I Mr T. Cranwcll. was under the doc From a photo.) . tor for months, but I did not seem to be progressing under his treatment. At length seeing Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills extensively advertised I thought I would try them and procured a bottle. The result of the first bottle was beyond my most sanguine, expectat...

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