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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908
MOOROD U1UC. Residents here are quite familiar with the many farms situated in the district, but people abroard can only learn by reading. On travelling back from the station a few miles we pass the Butter Factory and the State school, and keeping close to the Annesleigh estate, we drop upon farms forming the backbone of this locality, and the one that meets our view is the well established farm, " Barrow's Green," the property of Richard Grindal, Esq, with a sheltering row of Pinus Incignus that almost hides from view the grass paddocks .into _ '.o- :f?. p .?d' well fenced, making one quite secuie from the other. Then we see the hbliestead, quite sheltered and com.-n:nli'ng, nestled as it were behind towering pines that keep the cold winds off -,4 allows of a temperate climate all the year round. On going closer to inspect, we see that everything is most up-to-date and convenient, the piggeries being one of the principal objects to view, which are substantial and healthy, and the p...
Somerville Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908
Somerville Cricket Club. The annual meeting of the Somer ville Cricket Club was held in the Mle chanics' Institute on Tuesday, Septem ber 15th, when the following office bearers were elected for the ensuing season: President, Mr T. Thornell (re-elec ted); vice-presidents, Messrs C. M1ur ray and Keast; patrons, Messrs J. W. Fraser, Holdsworth, C. Davies, M. Thornell, J. Twyford, G. Philbrick, Cole, Gomm, senr.,E. A. Mlartin,Nunn and Son, Dr. Griffith, and Cr Griffeth; secretary and treasurer, Mr S. C. Mar tin (re-elected); captain, Mr S. C. Martin; vice-captain, Mr G. Grant. The medal presented by Mr Holds worth was competed for by all bats men who had not previously won a trophy, and was won by Mr C. Thor nell, with an average of 19"5 runs per innings. The President donated £1 Is to the club's funds. The desirability of forming a district association was discussed, and it was unanimously agreed that should such be formed the Somerville club join. The Secretary of the club acknow led...
The Peninsula Football Premiership. MEETING OF THE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908
The Peninsula Football Prerniership. MEETING OF THE DELEGATES. As mentioned in our last issue the Peninsula Football Association held a meeting at the Grand Hotel, Morning ton, on Thursday evening of last week. Mr L. Harrison was in the chair and delegates were present as follows: Messrs Griffeth and Martin (Somer ville), Menck and Cohen (Mornington), Hazledine and Griffiths (Dromana), Knox and Whitehead (Hastings). A letter was received from the secretary of the Frankston club saving their delegates would not attend, and en closing a letter from Mr C. J. Davies, President of the Association, in which was stated the opinion that the whole of the matter of making a new rule without notice of motion being given, so that each delegate should know the business to be brought forward, was ultra vires, and that the appointment of umpires and making another match was illegal; had the writer been in the chair at last meeting he would have ruled the whole matter out of order.-T-'he letter and...
BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stope.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908
.BALNARRINU. (Copies of.the STANDaRD can .be obtained froi" Mr E. G. Stope.) Mr Howard Smith has sold his pro perty, "Western Park," at Crib Point, containing about 1500 acres. MIr Swan, who some time ago pur chased 300 acres of Attenborough's Estate, brought a house from Mel bourne last week, and has taken up his residence here permanently. Mr Sparks, who purchased Mr T. Holland's farm, " Mitford," at Flin ders, at £S per acre, left here last week. Probate has been granted to the will of the late Bryan Tonkin. The amount of the testator's estate is £1280. Mr H. P. Davey, formerly of " Fo rest Lodge," Red Hill, was married on September 2nd to Miss V. Thompson, of Glengarry, Gippsland. The kangaroos in this district hav ing been protected now for a number of years, have increased to such nuln bers as to be a pest to everybody with a crop of any kind. No ordinary fence will stop them, and they are still doing a lot of damage to the oat crops. Last week a mob of 85 was counted less tha...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 26 September 1908
LOCAL AND GENERAL. DI)ROtANA news letter, and other items, icceived too late for this issue. Corres pondents are requested to forward copy as cariy in the week as possible. Icc our report of the annual meeting of the Frankston Rifle Club last issue, the name of Mr G. Grice, who was elected a vice-president, was omitted by error. A snodT for a trobhy presented by Mr E Stokes will be held by the Frenkston Rifle Club this afternoon, at 54) and C;ti yards, The club acknowledges . d: Aat "." of 10s 6d from Dr. Wilkinson,. Er-:ia.s have closed for the Warrnam bool to Melbourne road race. Tile follw. inl members of the Fra?iksto?i C? cl club have entered :-A. C. Colvin, C. Hendy, D. Kirkhami, J. Arnold, 0. Colvin, M. Kirk Ilhn, H. Munday. We hive not vet had an opportunity of going carefully over the lh:udicaps, but will give our anticirations in . future issup. Woode' r teat Penr.ermint Cxme, tor Cougtglaau QCo ,a'p. rfe f ij s 64., Mx A. Rutter Clarke, who is having a fine mansion erecte...
RED HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
REb HILL. H. McIlony 59 H. McIlroy. jun. 57 T. Trainer ... .. 54 D. James 49 J. Shand... 56 R. Oswin ... ... 46 R. Holmes 54 T. AMcIlroy 55 E. Fritsch (c) ... ... 56 J. .IcIlroy 49 In the evening the visiting, team was entertained at dinner at. Keys' Exchange Hotel. Cr LePage, the President of the Cheltenham club, pro posed the health of the visitors, to which the Secretary of the Red Hill club responded. A trophy presented by Mr Stokes was fired for on the Frankston range on Saturday last, from the 500 and 600 yards 'range, in bad weather. The results are as follows: 5oo 6oo .Hd'cp. Total E. Stokes ... 24 22 14 6o J. Lloyd ... 29 19 II 59 S. Corlett ... 24 28 6 58 R. Lloyd ... 31 25 6 57 W. Oates ... 28 22 6 56 C. Grant ... 30 23 1 54 J. Moseley ... 25 25 4 53 C. Willox ... 26 2o 3 50 J. Smith ... 18 7 14 49 C. Dalman ...18 23 6 47 Won by E. Stokes.
RIFLE SHOOTING. CHELTENHAM v. RED HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
BIJLE SIIOOTING. CHELTENHAM v. RED HILL. This match was shot on the Chel tenham rang? on Saturday week. Owing to the heavy rain Messrs E. LePage, Manning and Coburn (Chel tenham) were unable to finish at 500 yards and Red Hill won by 30 points. Ranges, 400 and 500 yards. The following are the Lcores : CHELTENHAMI Capt. Smith ... ... 55 E. J. Turner ... ... 40 H. Hale 58 D. Pauldcn 34 0. Crittenden ... ... 41 C. S. Judd ... ... 53 i. McCarthy 57
Sport and Pastime. PROPOSED RACES AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
. Sport and.Pastime. - PROPOSED RACES AT MORN INGTON. The Mornington Sports clhib has held their sports meetings annually on King's Birthday, November 9th. This year it is probable that an altera tion will take place as regards date and programme. A number of the mem bers of the club favor the adoption of a programme similar to that of the Dromana Athletic Sports club and the,Moorooduo Sports society; this would mean that the cycle racing, which is on the wane everywhere in Victoria, would be dropped, and the more interesting and, exciting pastime of horseracing substituted.- The question of a suitable - course is being considered, and. when that is decided, a meeting of .the members will be called. Owing to the bad and late season for grass, and the consequent high prices for horse feed (£7 per ton is being paid for chaffat Mornihgton), it is proposed to run the sports and race meeting, towards the end of the year, probably a week or two before the Emu Plains races, on Boxing Day. ...
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
MELBOUERNE TO STONY POINT. n.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 9.23 0.23 Frankston, arr. ... 934 6.31 dep. ... 944 6.44 Langwarrin ... * Mornington Junction. arr. 0.59 6 59 dep. 10.4 7.10 Somerrie ... 10.15 7.1, Tynbb ... 10.24 7.2t Hastings ... 1037 7.35 Bittern ... 1031 7.4' Crib Point ... a Stony Point, arr. ... 11.0 7.50 STONY POINT TO IM.LBOURNE. Tues. Thur. a.m. a.m. p.m. rtony Point, dep. ... 7.15 11.30 5.4.5 Crib Point ... * Bittern ... 7.24 11.45 * llastings ... 7.32 12.0 Tyabb ... 7.41 p.1m * Yomerville ... 7.43 12.35 * Mornington Jtn., .rr. ... 7.15 12.15 5.0 Langwarrin ... * 5 * Frankston, arr. ... 8122 1.12 5.34 dep. ... 8.27 1.17 6.8 Carrum ... 8:1 128 6.19 Melbourne, r. .. 9 1, 2.37 7.32 * picks up or sts down pas?engers when requ.r'd.
"Always Ailing." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
"Always Ailing." What a world of meaning these two words convey. Yet in thousands of homes the same, tale is told of sick and ailing wives and daughters who suffer from constant headaches, loss of energy, loss of appetite, depression, habitual constipation, and frequent attacks of Biliousness and Indi gestion. "I have been a martyr to Bilious ness and violent headaches all my life," says Miss Evelyn Arthur, 83 Langridge Street., Collingwood. "In deed, I was always ailing. These attacks would come on at, periods of three or four weeks, and I would vomit, and suffer in a terrible manner. I waa induced by my mother to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Fills, and took two or three on alternate nights for some time until I seemed to out grow the attacks. I still take a dose occasionally, and I have not had a return of the violent attacks since. I would not be without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for they are a wonderful medicine for girls." Are you always ailing ? If so, do not give up hope: ...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
-- iTYABB - - " The Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers Association will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday evening next, 8th inst. It is expected that there will be a large atten dance of fruitgrowers and others who are interested in "The influence which refrige ncain has on trade arid commerce." An interesting and exhaustive address on this subject has ;eep promised by Dr.J. de Burgh Griffeth, of Somerville. Although this ad dress was given some timeggq at a meeting of the Somerville Association, ti ?gortfly medico has notified that he will: male a' number of alterations and additions. so thcae who heard it before will do well to hear it again.
HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr. S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
f?eple , tle T'AxNDuaD can he obt?~ine. from ?Mr 8. Orsino.) "The at "1. meetlin*g of the Hastings Cricket Club . held on th ;5~th inst.' The balance-sheet was ado1 ted'n, t t e " ing officers were elected: . ,, Es. season :-President. F. W. Sudho." Es' vice-president, A. T. Denham, Esq.- r : Irons, J. M. Walt. C. Edwards. and Sea grave, Esqs. ; secretary. .lr E. S. Ward ; treasurer. Mr A. T. Denhamn; conmmittee. M!essrs S. Ocsino. S. 1lentiplayi. J.- Ward. 1 . Scchhy. and H. Carmichael. It was decided to asphalt the pitch so as to be ready fIr the opening of the seaso:n.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
LOCAL AND GENERAL. SEVER?U. interesting articles; miscellan eous local sporting items (cricket, rifle shooting, etc.), will be found on our.fourth page. Ma. A. H. Holdsworth, the well known dentist, announces in this issue that he has removed his dental office to 166 Greville-street, Prahran. AT the Tanti sale yards on Monday next (October 3rd) 20 acres of land and a 4-roomed cottage at Green Is land will be offered far sale. Particu lars are given in our advertising columns. THE Frankston Daffodil Quadrille Club will wind up the season with a dance on Saturday, October 17th. Good music, and a low;price of admis sion should ensure a large attendance, and a successful finish to an enjoyable season. TiE epidemic of influenza amongst d horses has been felt in this district a e good deal, and a large number of horses % have been'attacked. Mr E. McComb, n of Frankston, suffered the loss of one ti of his draughts, which succumbed to a the effects of the disease. n Tas Frankston Brass Band...
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
Dandenong Market. A good supply of milkers and springers forward, and better prices were made for all classes than last week's rates. Store cattle.-About the usual supply in and no alteration in prices. Pigs,' bacon.-A fair supply consisting of some good light pigs, n hich sold readily at late high rates, heavy to £4/10. hediuni from 57/ to £310, light froml55/. Pork, good supply. heavy from 40/ to 45/, medium to 33/, light from 25/ to 28/. Calves, good supply and still remain very dear from 2/6 to 30s. Mr PercvCramoton. Sinrletoi, N.S.W.. says :--' Not so long ago I wa seized with a very heavy cold. Having heard of thl wonderful qualities 'of Chamberidin's Cough EImedy T decided to cive it a trial, and am glad I did, for after takine two bottles, I was c-mpletsly curad. -I have much plesaure in testifr ing to ihecR ative' qualities of Chamberlaia's Coish Remedy, I and can say from eioerience that it doees - all that the ninters claim it ivill do.". For sale by all storekeeper:. Ous...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the let May : MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m, p.m. p.m. a,m. 8nti. Sate. 8at,s p;m. p.m. p.m. p.m. only ex. 31ell ornu, dop. 8.10 12.20 1.12 1.18 4.35 580 020 11.35 Cnrr 0.23 1.34 2.25 2 32 544 0.23 7.29 12.4, Frat 'ton, arr. 84 1.45 2,37 2.43 5.55 6.34 7.40 12 53 FRANXSTON TO MELBOURNE. Sate. Sate. am. am. p.m. p.m. p.mm. v.m. p m. Fran o, dep. 7.12 827 1.17 2.16 3.3 3.8 (1.8 8.20 CarnI 7.23 838 1,28 2.d2 314 3.10 024 831 Mellfno, arr. 8.32 0.48 2 37 3.42 4.25 4.30 7,32 0,42 i?,? ;,
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. Sats a.m. p.m. p.m. Tfelb~urne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 ].18 Carrum ... 9.23 G.23 2.32 Frankston, arr. ... 9.34 0.34 2.43 dep. .. 9,14 6.44 2.53 Langwarrin t t Siornington Junction, arr. 9.59 6.59 310 ?- - , dep 10.10 7 4 8315 Mfooroodnc ... t 't 11ornington ,;r. ... 10.35 7.24 3.35 MORNINGrON TO MELBOURNE. Sats. n.m. p.m p.m ]Mornington, dep.... 7.45 4..55 1.24 M?loroodue ... t F t Mornington Junction, arr. 8 3 5.20 1.40 dep. 8.8 5 25 1.48 Langwarri ... t t Frankton, arr. ... 8.22 5.40 2 3 ,, ,, dep. 827 0.8 . :.s }" picks up or sete downplssengers when required.
An Appeal. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
An Appeal. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Through the medium of your pa per please allow us to solicit help from the charitable public in the case of a widow left with four young children. The breadwinner, Mr Ed. Morce, was a guard on the railway near Heathcote. While in the execution of his duties, through an accident. he was run over and killed im mediately. It was intended that the wife and children should shortly leave here and make their home whare the husband and father was working. Now they are left in need of help. The case is the more pathetic si ice a fifth child is shortly expected. We have much confidence that a ready and generons response.will be made to this appeal. Any moneys sent to the undersigned will be thankfully re ceived and acknowledged.-Yours, etc., E. CLARK, Hon. See... Sorrento.
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 October 1908
LANCWARRIN. The Progress Aociation meeting was not so largely attended on Monday'evening as usual,' although serious consideratiou was given to several items of public interest. Amongst other things discussed at some length was the formation of a Tennis Club, the idea being to foster harmony, and to provide amusement for the young people near their own homes. The court could also be used by the school children, under the direction of their teacher, MiissHallam, .wlJ i . 1 f .0 iA .-' th i during her leisure time. Threecollec. torp were appointed, and already a fair amount has beeu received. It is estimated t, eost about £4 for a start. AMr Vark has again disposed of his pro perty on Cranbournecroad at a ery satisfac. tory figure, somewhere about.£50 per acre, which is a record for Langwarrin Mu Park has purchased Mrs Crook's property on Salt, man's Plains, and" intends going in exten-. ively for aprags. We wish him every success in his new venture. The Proress Association have deide...