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BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
BALNARRING. - A meeting of the Balnarring cricket club was held last Saturday, when it was decided to. rejoin the Peninsula Cricket Association. ?The balance sheet showed an expenditure of £9 Is, and a credit balance of £2 ]s.' The election of office bearers.was left over till next meeting. The principal averages for last season are. as follows: BiAvING. ° , Ings Runs H scr n out avg, A. Cleave 2 30. 20 d 30. A. Delaney 7 126 44 o 18. T. Stanley 19 183 30 I lo.16 H. Davis 1o -57" I1 3 ,.8.12 G. Myers 19 142 27 0 7.47 J. Riley 5 35 20 0 7 P. Vansuylen 5 - 30 15 o 6. A. Farrell 4 = 24 I4. o - 6. BOWLING Runs wkts avg A. Farrell ... 52 Io 5 2 P. Vansuylen ... - 79 9 8.77 A. Delaney 161 9 11.5 C. Callanan ...' 364 " 25 14.56 The outlook for a cricket team in DMornington this season is very gloomy. At the mdeeting on Tuesday night last only a couple of members turned up. For Children's Racking Cough at Night, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure 1/6.
Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Make Your D!strict Known. Concerning some parts of the district. news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no- miracul ous power of knowing what" is-happening inall the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will rome man'or woman take the mat. ter in hand and cause the silence to cease.: If no one'else is doing it for your dis trict, will YOU try on the lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighborhood; suchas weddings, deaths, accidents. con carts, matters touching the industries, etc: Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. - Do not bother about grammar or spell: tig - it is the Editor's work ;to look after these trifles. Write'oe one side of tle paperonly: Give information, but let criticism alone
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
MOOROODUC. No one is sorry that the weather has taken a decided turn for the better. The days are already much longer, and with pleasant sunshine and warmth the grass is growing nicely. There have been several small climatic changea, but these only were light showers, which do good by keeping the surface of the soil in a moist state, thus ensuing a better pasturage during the coming looked-for season of the year. The many friends of Mir W. Male will be glad to know that lie is about again, being very much better in health, and quite his old self, as he flics about the roads behind his well bred steed. The orchards are now making good loo,a d the early varieties of trees, such as pears and plums, have shown well for a most bountiful crop of fruit. Great improvements are being carried out by W. Frayne, Elq., on the property recently purchased, situated on Coo~sat road. A large portion has been put under oat crop, which is looking well, while a similar amount is lying fallow. A large p...
CRIB POINT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
CRIB POINT A very sad drowning accident hap pened at Kilcunda. Two male visi tors from Melbourne were fishing off the rocks, when they were overtaken by the tide. One swam ashore for assistance, but when he came back his mate was gone. The body was re covered and taken up to Melbourne. Mr F. Osterlund has put an oil en gine in his boat to convey passengers through the coming season. French Island and Phillip Island met in the final for the premiership match, Phillip Island winning by 12 goals 6 behinds to French Island 6 goals 9 behinds. J. Russell, French Island's stalwart ruck man, 17' stone weight, played a magnificent game. The fishing in the bay is improving owing to the fine weather. The cray fish fleet arrived in the bay, all with big loads.
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
CGARUM. The Carrum Progress Association held their usual monthly meeting on Wednesday, 15th inst, at the Mia Mia, when the question of raising the sum of £200 in debentures for building a Mechanics' Institute was discussed. The secretary reported that £176 had been promised by local residents and that the balance would very shorly be subscribed. A letter was re ceived from M: Keast, M.L.A. prom ising to arrange a deputation to .wait on the Chief Secretary for assistance towards building the Mechanics' In stitute. A fine allotment of land has deen secured by the Progress Asso in close proximity to the Railway station. In view of the approaching summer the Association wrote to the Chief Commissioner of Police request that a constable - be permanently stationed at Carrum, and stating that the population has increased con siderably of recent years, and; with the great influx of holiday visitors. to this popu'ar seaside.rcsort, quite- war rant a constable being permanently stationed here...
Peninsula Cricket Association. VALUABLE TROPHY AND PENNANT FOR COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Peninsula -Cricket.. Association. VALUABLE TROPHY AND PEN NANT FOR COMPETITION: A meeting of the above was held at Somerville on Wednesday evening last, when the following delegates were ipresent, with Mr J.- E. Taylor, (president) in the chair --Frankston, Messrs B. Baxter and W. Pettit ; Balnarring, Messrs G. Myers and T. Stanley; Tyabb, AMr A. Young; Somerville, Mr S. Martin; and the secretary Mr G. Keast. The secretary reported that he had received promises towards a trophy as follows :- Ir. H. Robertson, £2/2/; Messrs J. ;E. Taylor, A. H. Holds worth, and Cr Griffeth, £1// each i Cr C. Murray and Mr Berriman 10/6 each; total 6 guineas. Mr A. D. Box, also has promised a pennant for com petition. It was decided, after discussion, to purchase a valuable cup for competi tion, to be won twice successively be .fore becoming the property of a club. The secretary said he was hopeful of raising the amount to ten guineas. " Tihe-Mornin~gton club \wro6te stating their inability to get a t...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
NOTES. The silver medal presented by Mr A. Harlem to the Mlornington football club for the most improved playerdur th1 se1eson1 has been awarded to G. Wilson. The selection gave entire satifac2 ion. A match has been arranged between Mornington and Leopold (the crack Metropoli'an Association team) which will take p!ace next Saturday, October 2nd, at Mornington, where the visi tors will rema:in until Monday.
Rifle Shooting. COLLINGWOOD v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Rifle Shooting. COLLINGWOOD v. FRAN1 STON. This match was shot at Frankston, last Saturday, when the visitors were successful in winning by 24: points. Scores: FRAXKSTON. .500 600 Total R Lloyd ... 33 31 64 TConper 33' 31 64 C Willox .'.. 30 32 62 V Qates ... 30 31. 61 J Lynch ... 32 28 60. H Lloyd ... 30 27 57 C Grant ... 31- 26 57 G Denyer 30 24 54 C Dahnan 27 23 50 Total... ... . 529 COLLIoNG\wOOD 500 - .600 Total Elliss ... 33 33 66 SCCross .. 30. 34 64 Davidson ... 34 30 04 W Neale .. .33 -30 63 H Carter'....,- 31. . 31 62 Growney ... 32 30 62 e. 7,ll (c.) ...: " 3L. -'27 . 58 V Cross ... 31 26 57.. J-Miles' .. 31:.&lt; 26 . 57 Total... 553
Dandenong Market. September 21. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Dandenong Market. September 21. A fairly good supply and prc;es were easier for all deecriptions, the tone of the mgrket being decidedly weak. Best milkere from £7 to £9/5, medium £4/10 to £6/10, best spring ers £6 to £7 medium £4 to £5/10. Springers, Messrs J. Keys one at £7, J. Heoty five to £6/7/6. A moderate supply of store and young cattle, no life in the market and prices lower. Store cows to £2/19, 1l }ear old heifers to 41/, do s;eers to 31/, poddies to 18/. Pigs, a very moderate supply of porkers and baconers and a very small number of store or young pigs; late high rates were obtained, and quality pigs were quitted at still further ad vanced values; prices realized for good suckers was probably a reSord in the history of the market. Baconers to £4 ls, best heavy porkers 46s to 52s, medium 39s to 44s, others from 32s, stores to 30s, slip3 to 26s, suckers to 22s.
Somerville Park Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Somerville Park Com= mittee. - A meeting of the Somerville Park Improvement Committee was held on Monday nmght, with Mr Taylor in the chair. Dr. Griffiths reported that he was sure of subscriptions amounting .to £25. The football club was also willing to donate two or three guineas. It was resolved that the work be pushed on with at ouce, and to that end a sub-committee was formnd, con sisting of Messrs G. 0. Webb, G. Grif feth, and G. J. Philbrick, to at once inspect and report upon the best met hod of pipe draining the park. A working bce was held on Wtd supplied afternoon tea, which was ap preciated bJy all.
GOWANGARDIE SOUTH, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
GOWANGARDIE SOUTH, VIC. George Woodhouse, Gowangardie South, via Violet Town, Vie., 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 recommend it. Dr. Sheidon's Magnetic Liniment relieves at once Rheumatism, Lumbago, Lame Back, Cuts, Bruises, and Burns, and repeated applications willeffecta cure in a remark' rbyshort time. Rrice ls. Gd and 3s. pe eottle: Obtainable at E.. Ruidduck, Gener IIa'storekeeper, Jetty store Dromana Vic. WE desire to inform promoters and secretaries of entertainments, meetings etc., that it is always necessary to no tify the STANDARD to ensure where possible a representative's attendance.
Peniusula Court Fixtures for 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Peniusula Courtt urFit es for utgo: 9 DEO1IANA.-(Tuesdays, + p in.) - Jan nary 5rth February '9th; M Drch 16th April 19tb; May s25th, Tune -29th' August 3rd. September 7th. October 12th, iNovomber 1Gth. FRAl4KSION.- (Mtondays', 1O.IA a.m.) P.M.'s days-F-ebruary 1st, Match 8th. April 12th,. 3ay 17tlh Juno 21st, July 26th, August 30th, Octobeor 4th,Nov ember 8th. MORNINGTON.-(Thursdays, 0 a.m.) January 7th, .February 11th. • March 18th, April 22nd, ]ayn27th - July lst, Aug ust 5tb, September. 9th, October 14th, Notveber 18th. SOEI gNtIO.- (Wed'nesdays, 10. a.m.) `January 6th, February 10th, larch - 17th, April 21st, MIay 26th;June 30thi, August 4th. September 8th, October 13th, November 17th. -
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
LOCAL AND CENERAL. TnE first picnic at Frankston this sea son takes place on November 15th, the Park having been engaged on that date by the Kichmond A.N.A. THE secretary of the Frankston New Year's Day Sports acknowledges annual donations fros:thO ollomS wi+-a-eattemle=;i C. G. V. Williams, Esq., 10s Gd. In this issue the Frankston and Hast ings shire council call applications for the sanitary service at Frankston for 12 months, and cleaning the street channels for a similar term, also lightiag street lamps at Hastings. A oRAND ball will be held, as per ad vertisement, in the Public Hall, Hastings, on Friday, October 29th, under the auspices of the LO R. Tent. Good music in Gabriel's band has been engaged, and the admission has been fixed at a price that should attract a large gathering. THE Moorabbin Horticultural, Poultry and Dog Society will hold their annual Show a. Mentone on Wednesday, October 20th, as per advertisement in this issue. The prize list is large and attractive, a...
Mornington Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Mornington Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the aboie association was hela in the Mechanics' Institute, Mornington, on Wednesday last. The vice-president (J. G. Barrett, Esq.,) occupied the chair, and the following members were also present: -Dr. Somers, Messrs R. Nunn, J. Noble, J.L. Fairbain, Crosbie, Curnow, Ferber, Summerland, and the secretary (Mr W. Alston). Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Messrs Nunn and Noble. . The secretary reported having re ceived £10 from the shire council to wards erecting i summer-house on the liht.ousehill. The balance-sheet including a doniationfi .f3-3s -from Mrs Robert Reid. The secretary also reported the unsatisfactory condition of the railway reserve, after the trouble they had gone to in securing beautiful shrubs and ornamental plants to beautify the place, nearly the whole of them have been removed by some per son or persons. Even cattlle have been seen in the enclosure destroyi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
Professional Notices. FRANKSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC ...... STUDIO....... MIARK BR ODY, Photographer. Groups, Animal LZfe, and ............ ............... Post Cards a Speciality. Gronps, etc., etc. Studio, say-st. FRAN KSTON wT. LOBB, ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. aGE rerc: CE:aInCInL rUzo0 FIEF FREQUENT ENQUIRIES - -or - F lRMIS & ORCHARDS _ LARGE saD SMALL. Owits please ssnd p dficulG W. LOBB, MAIN STREET, IMORLNINGTON. E. A. & A E. MATRT. General Storekeepers and Wine and spirit Merchants, SOS RVILLE. OURn lor'ro-Qnudity 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 FRASEIS, - SURGEON - - DENTIST. - 15 TOORAK ROAD, (Opposite Christ Church), -SOUTH YARRA. Prnhran and Toorair Trams pass Door. ...4 min. from Fth. Yarra Station... Wall = Papers SPECIALLY SELECTED. all Purs. __ U to-date and Chea --ComIlete PaRn B...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
LANCWARRIN. The fortnightly meeting of the Pro gress Association was held on Monday evening, the President (Mr TV. Oates) in the chair. Correspondence was re ceived from i the Chief Secretary, Melbourne, re polling booth; also. from shire of Cranbourne, stating that pipes required could be .hiad at cost price for works intended. to be done by Association on council's road. A let ter was also received from Mr"E. Bar rett, stating that, although .he had not been able to attend meetings regulnrly, he wished to remain a member. ~li o, from Mr Archibald, asking for minu tes of public meeting. After the As sociation had concluded its -business, the tennis committee sat, for the pur pose of framing their rules. Mr? W. Fleming, presidentof the club, occupied the. chair, The secretary, Mr E. White. read the minutes ,of prevous meeting, which were adopted. The rules will be painted and posted over the entrance to the court. : The Board of Advice intend recom mending a new State school to he b...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
The annual meeting of the Tyabb Cricket Club was held on. Thursday, 16th inst; Cr. G. G. Cole- (vice-presi dent) occupying the chair.. The bal ance-sheet showed a credit balance of £3/1/11. The secretary's - report showed that the club played during the season '08 and '09, 28 matches wonul3, lost 6, drawn 1. .3lr J. D Grant headed the batting with an average of 17; and Mr F. Mills tgok the bowling honors wiith an average of 7. The .following olfice-beare, s were elected for the ensuing season : President, Cr. G: G. Cole; vice-presi dents, Crs. C. Murray and G. Griffith, Mlessrs R. Greinke, S. J. Perry, WY. Noble, P. Ryan, A. Lester, A. Dut oilt, J. Taylor and A. Nunn and sons; Secretary- and Treasurer, M~r II. T. Noble; general committee, Messrs Young, H. Denham, J. J. King, H. Unthank and G. Slecombe; match committee, Messrs Young, Denham and Unthank; association delegates. Messrs W. Baker and Young. It was agreed that the subscriptions for mem bership be the same as previously, vi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
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WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 September 1909
WZI4TER TIM~E TABLE FOR ..M++-ýOh1D 2 NGTON` PýE2ýINs1 A. ý" MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m. p.m. p.m. am am. Ra,m Bats. Snts. 8ats. p.m, p.m. p,m, p.m only ox. Mloib, dop. 7.48 8.10. 12.20 1,12 1,.18 435 5.30 0.20 11,35 Cnrrnm 0,11 0,23 1.10 2,28 232 5,44 1.23 7.20 12.4? F'kston, nrr. ,2.2 1.34 1,15 2.37 2,43 5.55 6.34 7.40 12.55 FIRANKS']'ON TO MELBOUlcNE. SatR, Sate, na, . n, n m. pln. .in. p1,1, pll. pln. p.m. Frankaton, dop. 7.12 8 30 0.35 1,17 2.16 3.3 3.8 0.8 8.20 Carrum 7.23 8,41 0,51 1.28 2a.2 3 14. 3.19 0,2,1 8311 Molbourni, arr, 8,32 9,48 110 2,37 3.42 4.25 1,30 7,341 0,12 MELBOUT NES TO FRANKST3O. Sn?.-D&Ts. i a.m. p.m; p.m. p.m elb., dsp. 10.55 2.25 0.0 0.30 p.m. Carrum 32.A4 .31 7.13 10.39 F'ksto, arr. 12 15 3.45 10.50 FIANKSTON TO IMEBOU2NE. SUXsnDAs. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 920 4.23 S.S Carrunm 933 4.31 7.18 8.10 IMelbourne, arr. 10,42 - 5.4 8.26 9.2 7_ only p.,. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... .C S.1 .30 Carurm .. 2.2 9.23 (323 Frankston, a.r. ... 2. ...