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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 December 1909
LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE tenderof Mr J. Neylan has been ac cepted by the Frankston New Year's Day Sports committee for the refreshment booth at the Sports on January Ist. CATALOGUES for the Frankston Show are now available,-and may be obtained from the secretary (Mr J. N. Marsh) or. at this office. Entries close on January 9. -IN this issue it is advertised that Wed nesday, January 5th, has been appointed for simultaneous action in laying poison for destruction of rabbits in the local shires. ATTENTION is directed to the altered advertisement respecting "Barb" cycles; also-new announcements of Messrs R. G. Jeffrey, Mornington, J. J. Smith, Carrum, and L. Murphy (Kirk's Hotel, Morn ieigtocn) Tax -anniversary celebrations in con nection with .the Mornington Methodist Church take place in the Mechanics Institute on Sunday, 2Gth D)ecember -when the Rev. E. Smith, of Fo.otscray will 'preach in the morning, afternoon and evening. Sir John Mladden has intimated to Mr R. IM. Collins, hon. sec...
SORRENTO [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 December 1909
SORRENTO The Sorrento cricket team met an eleven from Mr E. Clarkes, "Glen- arm," on the local ground on Satur day the 11th, the result being another win for the locals by five runs. The scores were Sorrento 40, "Glenarm" 35. For the winners, E. Howard (10), Thos. Morce (7), and J. Watson (7 not out), showed good form, whilst for the visitors J. Downey (24), and Dowling (6), were the only ones to make a stand against the bowling of Messrs F. Morce, W. Watson and Mills. For the trophy presented by Smith, Nicholson & Co. for best bat- ting average, Thos. Morce, J. Waiken and W. Watson are leading in the order shown.
Five Stomach Worms PASSED BY A CHILD ONE YEAR AND TEN MONTHS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Five Sitomach 'Wornms PASSED BY; A CHILD ONE SYEAR' AND :TEN MONTHS : OLD:'. : For su months, states Mrs. C. A. Madden, .of Kurrajong, NS:W.,: my little boyv notw aged one year. arid ten months, has.suffered from Stomach Worms;, which the doctor attributed. to the:use of imdufe water.: Until ho was 'aixteen months old he, enjoyed very good health, but subsequently he became very irritable -ahnd cross, and later on he was examined by a. doctor who s?tated that the ciu?e was ttomiach: Worimsi Vatious ` treatments were tried: and on one occasion: a -Stomach Worm was:rpassed frudmo tli:e bowels:: The evacuations from' the Iiow6ls were alway's's stained °with blood, and-the motions were quite unnatural: .On three or four occasions the ichild 3was almost choked iand went intoconAvl sinus and 'almot i black`ln ti m Thface throuigh the Worms psssin'iupwto tho thirot, andI 1had-':to.fo'rce my:=fing?r down -thei throa- t o remove? tihe Worm . - the same evenring five' ?worns .varyin"? in leng...
Cricket. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
iT?::&lt;( : ;? :.?::?•? PENINSUL..COMPETITION. '' FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. Somerville's prediction that. ;they .would beat Frankston 'on: Saturday nearly: came true, the 'game. resulting in a draw;much in .favor fof Somer. ville. The home: team' batted ''first and totalled 173 for 9.wickets, Chailie Thornell topping the list with 50 ; he hit a' fler; a fourer, and six three's, and played a good.- forceful :innings. The consistent Grant came next with 82, G. Reade made 10, C.. Sharp .12, whilst the last two men:(Ken' Webb ands Percy,.- Thornell) :were; .unvan quished with -16i:and 12 respectively. Baiter, jun.; secured- the best bowling. figuresfor. Frankston; with 5" for. 41. Frankston started with -Ben Baxter, jun..and A. .D.: Box,: the skipper. When .the .former :was 88, he.was caught- by Martin;. opinion varying as to whether the catcher' was inside or outside i-of the- boundary.:" The Somerville bowlers were trundling well, and things looked blue for Frankston when six ...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
TYABB. SOn Friday evening ia soial gather ing was held in the hall in connection' with the' welcome to the new Anglican - clergyman, Rev. Mr ;Eva. Mr Mair s occupied the chair, and in i very neat Sand appropriate speech welcotmed the reverend, gentleman and his wife to i this part of the parish. Cr H:-P. SWoodhouse: supported the chairman, jointing out that if the parishioners wanted a "good minister they must help to : support him.' Mr Eva, on behalf of himself and Mrs- Eva, re Ssponded suitably, andjudging by his Smanner and conversation, one can see I that if parson and public pull to gether, the mutual bienefit will be worth having. , Duriig the evening songs were rendered by Mesdames Woodhouse and Houfe (2), pianoforte selection by ,iss Alden, and a reci tation by the chairman." After re freshments had been partaken .of, a pleasant evening was brought to a close. On Saturday evening a most inter esting lecture, entitled "Personal experiences amongst the Basutos," was delivei d ...
Picnic at Carrum. TYABB HAPPY HOUR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Picnic at Carrum. TYABB HAPPY HOUR CLUB.. The Tyabb Happy Hour Club held its annual picnic at Carrumn on Satur day last, 18th inst. The weather was all, that could. be desired, 'and, on ar 1. on ir y.. in. num r, rinci ily memberis the" club, vlled by the early rain, arriving at 'trrum at about half past eight Some of these then had the pleasure of meeting their town friends" or rela tions on the arrival of the down'train, and, by the time the dinier bell rang, a fairly large gathering with. corres pdnding appetites -took their seats round a miost -sumptuous spread, the contents' of the ladies' hampers. At this stage Mr T. Thornell photographed the whole group, including' an\ old; brown leghorn which snatched an op portunity, as well as ahamsandwich, while all the smiling faces were "fixed' on the camera.'. After the meal was over various kinds of sports were in dulged in. Games, such as rounders, weaving. etc., were played, some hired boats, and went for a row up the creek, some tr...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Sp rting Notes. tion" has. now orse om - at al lik yo ae seen on racedou s this seasoni, ajEl l out of V rk. ; Racin enlhusiasts on the Penin sila.willfbe well catered for during the holidays. .On Boxing Day the Emu Plains Races will be held, and on' Mnday. January '3rd, the annual Flinders meeting takes place. "Our sportlg tipster, who has ,been watching the early morning gallops for the Ernu Plains races on Monday next, says Iihvestment will win one of.the handicaps, Commotion the other, 'Bachelor the maiden pony race, and Isa one of the proy flutters. Entries close this evening for six events. in connection with the Flinders races on New Year's.Day. 1 - There will'be no matches' played in the Peninsula Cricket -Association on Saturday, the second round continuing on JanuaryG6th. "
Frankston New Year's Day Sports. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1ST. LISTS OF HANDICAPS. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 120 yds, £10. First £7, 2nd £2, 3rd £I. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Frankston New Year's Day Sports. SATURDAY, JANUARY lsT. LISTS OF HANDICAPS. SHEFFIELD. HANDICAP, I2o yds, £Ic First £7, 2nd £2, 3rd £x. I yd J G Borthwick, Yarraville 9 G S Davis, Essendon., ... . . ... .Io [W Franklin. Richmond ... -io V Steet, East Melbourne ... . I, L Sheehan, Malvern ... . F J Jolly, Frankston . .... zI H Waites, Richmond . II J W Stubley, Abbotsford I' C White, Kensington 2.. ... Ir C Wade, Kew .. .. x F Dunning, Carlton ... ... IIh L Mackie, Frankston .. ..- 12 H Collis, Brunswick 12 J Pemberton, Collingwood 12' H J Frauenfelder. Yarraville ..; 12 T Oakenfull, Ascot Vale ... ... 12 R Hinde, Pearcedale ... ... 12 H Booth, Melbourne -- ... 3 C Crowl, Poowong .. ... 13. P Sparks, Frankston .... 131 A'G Elliott, St Kilda ... 131 Willigginbotham, Richmond ... 14 V Farmer, Newport ... ... 14. R Connall North Melbourne .14 J House; St Kilda . -..: 14 E W H- cking, Northcote ... 14 C IHeathcote, Collinewood .. 14 R Watkins, South Yarra .. 144 E M Jamieson, North Carlt...
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
` Our Letfer Box. - AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,-In the name of Him - whose birth we commemorate, and on behalf of the unfortunate poor of Melbourne, I make an appeal to the generosity of the charitably disposed readers of your paper, min order that we may. have the wherewithal to give a Christ mas treat to about 7500 men, women, and children. The Salvation Army intends distributing gifts as follows: 1000 parcels of meat and groceries to that number of needy families; 500 adults will be invited to a dinner given in our City Temple; 4000 children will be given treats at our various Suburban halls. 500 of the 1000 parcels above referred to are made up for families of four children or more. Each one of these will con tain one leg of mutton, weighing about 5 lhs., with tea, sugar, sultanas currants, flour and bread. The re maining 500 parcels atre for families of three or less, and will contain 3 lbs. of meat, some tea, sugar sultanas, curr ants, flour and bread. The. a...
WOOD CHOPPING CONTESTS. UNDERHAND CHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
WOOD CHOPPING CONTESTS. UNDERHAND CHOP. D V Barker. Flinders .. scratch S Harris, Caulfield ... J A Purcell, Lilydale ... J Stewart, WVarrendyte ... ,, C Smidt, Shoreham , H T Gray, Seville ... ,, 1Vhite, Mornington ' ... n A Hartman, Lilydale ... ,, C J Luke, Grantville 5 secs behind A E Cole, Gilderoy .. "5 ,, " J Jack, Bittern . 5 ,, J- J Love, Gilderoy ... 5 ,, F W Barker, Flinders ... 8 J Burton, Kinglake. ... 8 ,. ,, Gr). White, Dromana .. 8 TW Smith, Toolangi ...8 ,, J-J Sullivan, Gilderoy ... zo W Cluning, Millgrove. ... 20 W J McLaren, Childers .;. 25 'STANDING BLOCK. A E Cole, Gilderoy ... scratch J-Edwards, Yarram -- .. .TA Purcell, Lilydale C Smidt, Shoreham C J Luke, Grantville J Burton, Kinglake T W Smith,.Toolangi ... A Hartman, Lilydale W White,' Mornington ... ,, DV Barker ;Flinders .. G White, Domana . 3 ecs behind F Barker. Fliniders , * 5 J Jack, Bittern - ... 5 J JSullivan, Gilderoy 8 J Love, Gilderoy ... 8" W Cluning, Millgrove ...20 ,, W J McLaren, Ghilders' 2...
The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
The following stallions; arei adver. tised inu TIE STANDARiD to stand this season, and particulitre are given i ljy in the notices on ur foiurth page: W. J.Baker a13. opony, Glengarry: c Untliank and -Sons' Clydiesdale, Heathler Jock and-aln so Larry:. T. H. Sage's Pagliacci, a descendant of the famous Panic. W. Firth's Clydesdale, Youing Sir Andrew. W. Cairns' Roadster; Tit Willow. H Gamble's Gary's Pride2l14.1 W Ing wersen's trotiter Gladiator.
AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
AN EXPLANLTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Sir,-In your issue of the 11th ins' a paragraph appears stating that Cr Woodhouse, of the Frankston and Hastings Shire Council, had' referred to the bequest in the will of the late Charles Wright for the poor of Hast tings and Mornington, " but that so far Hastings had not received its share." As the executor of the will, may I through you inform Cr Wood house, and your numerous readers (who may be mistaken by his quoted statement) that the provision in the will relating to this bequest is that the executor is to pay the amount available to the President for'the time being of the Shire of Mornington and by him applied towards the relief .of such of the poor at "Schnapper Point and Hastings" respectively as he (the Piresident) shall in his abso lute discretion think fit, and that such executor should not be required in any way to see to the application thereof. The monies referred to I have punctually and regulhrly paid each half-year sin...
The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. "Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25. The Season. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
PUBLISHED EVEB Y 8A CrUDAZ MORNING. " Nothing extenuate, nor set doio?i aught in malice." SATURDAY, DECEMIBER 25. The Season. The rapidly -revolving:. wheel of Time has brought us again to Chirst mastide and the threshold -of another year. The season 'admonishes: uas of the'ailent march of days, and .bids us pause and ponder. Looking back "on the past twelve months, we may for the moment 'rest and be:thankful.' In dividually': we can onily be in trospective of .our own private con cerns, and what they are each best 'knows?---though?i in the `com nion ex perience of humanity, shine and shadow,-lave, doubtless more 'or lees marked the pages of each personal history;. As member;s, however, of the general community, enwrapped socially in the broader folds of. the State, and merged i s units in the body politic whose concerns are uni versal property, we may safely look back upon our position as Victorians, and review our-progress as a district. Taking a broad sweep of the national horizo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Railwa Store and Bakery MAIN-ST, MRNINGTON $ "W ý Y BEGS t&i nform the Besidents of - R. Arnaear "?G ng nr o d misic Mornington and Sdurounding Districts . that he has taken over the Business lately carried on by Mr Jamies loble, and- is prepared to supply the BEST VALUES in ' - Grocery, Drapery, IBoots & Shoes, Crockery, & SAT. LOWEST. RATES. 42' A TRIAL ORDER TS RsSPECTPULLY SOLICITFD, Eviry Care will be takeon to give COMPLETE SATISFACTION andi Ensure Prompt Attention to Orders. O- Is OTE THE AD I)RES '- R. ANNJEAR'" Railway Store, Mornington.--- PAYNE'S NEW BON -MARCHE *Have You Seen it Yet ITS GETTING - MORE -ATTRAECTIVE EVERY .DAY,-"`' As New' Goods Ordered 6 Months ago are :arrivini daily and are being Marked at Absolutely SALE PRICE. The VARIETY as well PRICE hbas Astonished Thousands of Delightful Custolers DRESS MITERI?LS, CALICACS SHEETINGS, SERVIETTS, TABLE LINENS, FANCY DRAPERY, COSTUMES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, UNDERCLOTHING, ........COR'ETS, HOSIERY, ...
Holiday Attractions. COMPILED FROM "STANDARD" ADVERTISING COLUMNS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Holiday Attractions. COMPILED FR?OM "°STANDARD" ADVERTISING COLUMNS. CHRISTMAS EVE. Christmas Tree Fair at Tyabb. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26. Mornington Methodist Church An niversary. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 27. Emu Plains Races. Hastings Annual Regatta and Sports. BOXING NIGHT. DECEMBER 27. Grand Concert and Ballat Frank ston. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29. Opening of Up-to-date Bazaar, at iýorniington. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, (New Year's Day). Frankstc.n Sprts. - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5 STydbb Picnic Dance. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. . I.O.R. Entertainment at Frankston. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. Frank'ston 'how. ' .
Where to Shop at Xmas. HOLIDAY REQUISITES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Where to Shop at Xmgas HOLIDAY REQUISITES. Shopkeepers have een -busy-- pre paring for the Christmas rush, and by the tfme this is in print most. of the business people of the Peninsula towns will be having indeed a Merry Christmas behind their counters, with a crowd hust'ing to have their wants supplied. It has been a quiet time since Easter, and the business people need- a big extra volume of trade to make up for the slack period just passed through. A hasty look at the shop windows of our advertisers, convinces one that residents will have no cause for com p:aint, if they go to the right places. D. McDonald, the Frankston store keeper, in Young Street, has the shel ves, windows, and every available corner stacked and packed full of clean, choice, and cheap goods of all kinds in the general grocery line. Mr Carroll is behind the counter, and no waiting, no delay, can be assured customers. This is a very busy shop, and a place that is pleasing to walk into and do business at. Chris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
.DR SHELDON'S NEW -DISCOVERY . forCoughs and Ccldr, cures when all else fails. Price, is. 6d. and 3s. :.Obtainable at E. Rudduck, Dromana. NO -BOUSEHOLD - Should ever be without a bottle of Dr Shel. don's Magnetic Liniment: .a reliable remedy. for cuts, bruises. aches;, :,ain;s, rheumatism., lumbago, etc." Absolutely guaranteed.. Price, is 6d:-and 3e.: Ob tainabme at E. Rundduck, Dromans. With folks on the onter Barcoo, Who live upon beef and burgoo; . ;:. ' The scurvy 'd bechronic. Were not Lako.Tonic ..' - Apartof ihe revimen, too! ? LAXO-TONIC; PILLS ,10 d. and 1if6 William S. Cook Solicitor, - . ...:. MORNINGTON,....... MELBOURNE ADDRESS, :.Prell's Buildings, - S- :- 60 ueen ;Stree-t. .tfends :Frankston on Court days; ilastings, . econd Saturday ,in _;month. Dromaua CouaC 1 days. 8 %-i ; '-Attractions'ý for everyone from 1 : o'clock till 5.30." - Watch for NEW MAN. Bos;,:the- popular trick :and ._, comedy cyclists. The biggestfand best array of WOODCHOPPERS seen - on' the Penins...
Enterprise at Moorooduc. THE FRUIT TREE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Enterprise-at- Moorooduc. THE FRUIT TREE INDUSTRY. On Saturday afternoon, under per fect climatic 'conditionsa;, a visit was paid to. the extensive fruit-tree: nurs ery of Messrs Griffeti Bros., of " Two Bays." Two.years ago a large portion of the " Annesleigh " estate :was purchased adjoining the railway. sta tion, and a start was made- on it by planting out ten acres of young stock. At the present time this patch of fruit trees, consisting of all : the best varieties, is being brought intot shape ready for lifting and distributing this coming season to all the States of the Commonwealth. The amount of the work cannot be realized, for the next patch of this season's strike'of :young fruit trees,- consists of some thirty acres in continuoi~s and regular lines, half. a mile each in length. These are looking perfect and the late 'moist weather has just suited their growth, the soil being in good tilth by being well worked with the horse and hand hoe. : Next- month' a. start ; will be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 December 1909
Aniusements 7 Frankston Atllletic SP O R TS FRANKSTON- PARK, NEW YEAR'S DAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 1, 1910. ATTRA.CTIVE and VARIIED p ROGRIMVME. S----"- - LARGE ENTRIES 35 Crack Peds. for the Sheffield. Great Array of - WOOD CHOPPERS - J Come and see the exciting Chopping Contests. Two Heats and two Finals. Some of the Best Choppers in the State will be competing, including M'Laren, the Gippsland Champion. 19 entries for the Underhand, and 17 for the Standing -Block A [NOVELTY Double-ended SAWING CONTEST. i Don't Miss This. I - SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT of NEWMAN Brothers, Victoria's Celebrated -BICYCLE RACES- Victoria's Leading Riders Competing. .'rankston Brass Band will supply music. HOT WATER Provided Free Good Refreshment Booth. on the ground. ADMISSION Is, Children Half-price. Family tickets 3s 6d. Merry-go-Round Punch 8& Judy, Side Shoes. W. G. PETTIT, Ron. Sec. S. SHERLOCK, President BOXIN G DAY., Hastings Annual Regatta and Sports: BOAT RACE, for boats belongijig to Western Port ...