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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

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Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. The ordinary monthly general meet ing of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association was held on Monday ev ening. Correspondence was read from the Secretary of the ~t. Kilda Road Central Market, stating that a Bill is to be brought in this session re same. A site of 13 acres has been secured, and trains are to be run right into the market., which will save an enormous amount of handling and the resultant spoiling of fruit. Messrs WV. H. Shepherd and S. S. Gault were ap pointed delegates to attend meeting. A letter was also received from the Victorian Fruitgrowers' Central Asso csation re the appointing of a Director of Horticulture, such man to be ap pointed by the united conference of fruitgrowers to be held in about six weeks' time. It was felt that a grower having a practical knowledge of all branches of the industry would be the man to further the best interests of growers, and great tluhings are looked for from this appointment. Dr. De Burg Gr...

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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

LANOWARRIN. On Monday evening last a concert was given by the Progress Associa tion. The night was beautiful, the attendance very good, the programme varied and interesting. The President (MIr W. Oates) who is not in the best of health at present, was not able to take the chair, but the vacancy was well filledby Mr J. Lloyd in his usual best style. The secretary (Mr H. H. Lloyd) had, everything in readiness for the occasion, but received a few' disappointments in the programme. HoweverShe would not be discouraged aind 'son :Naied"ia ifi additio"a14itteziff from .performers:in the. audience to make it,. complete. The performers generally-were in good form, and the entertainment.. passed off splendidly. Appended is the programme : Phonograph selections, Mr J. Lloyd ; song, "Sleep my honey," MissN. Nicholas; song, "Doreen," Mlr H. Lloyd; harp and zither duet, Miss C. Logan and M. Goode; song, " Bayou " Master V. McGraw'; song, "Tit for Tat, " Miss Hallam; dialogue, " Scene in a police ...

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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr N. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr N. Rudduck.) "Tis our dear old Dromana with its green hill by the sea." Mr Doherty, proprietor of the mail coach from Mornington to here, has conferred a great boon upon not only our residents, but the general public. Having secured the mail contract from Mornington to Dromana, Portsca and Sorrento, he has installed a comfort. able covered-in coach, driven by Mr Frank Taylor, one whom the public can rely upon as being not only a steady man, but one who knows how to manipulate the ribbons. It is a two horse vehicle, and is a credit to its Ploughing is in full swing here, and farmers are jubilant in view of a pros perous harvest. The cattle are playing great havoc with our beautiful reserves and flower gardens. Our working bee works hours for months every Monday in all incle ment, weather trying to beautify our lit tle sea side resort, but it is almost use less trying to do anything to enhance the beauty of the town and its sur ...

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BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

BALNARRINO. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from ,r E. G. Stone.) Mr Carlson, who purchased Mr Birch's farm last summer, has sold its through Messrs Birtchnell Bros. and Porter to a Mr McDonald, from South Australia. The price was £10 per acre, and shows that the price of land in this district is advancing. Cr Robert Stanley is the retiring councillor for the EB st Riding of the Flinders and Kangerong shire. A movehas being made to bring out a candidate from'the Bittern end of the riding, and the name of Mr J. Watson, of" Colebrook,Park," has been men tioned. The deer in thq district continue to invade the oat crops at night. iMr Hellicar has had one of his crops visi ted nightly by them during the last fortnight.

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Mornington Shire Council. THURSDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

-Mornin-gton---Shire I .Council;, ,. TIHURSDAY JULY ;_ 9 Present Crss MIitchell i(President) 1 Stephiebds?Biaret~:, Bradfo"rd,- Flood, Male, i Alstuon, 'Francii;' -'i d Nuinn. Ex-Councillor Pitt was presenit, and was accoiminmodated with a seat' on the right of the'President.' " CORRESPO NDE.NCE..l, ,. From-ducation -Departminent, .stat hig that,in connection with the Board of Advice elections (which occur on the same day as. the :municipal eleo tions), it was considered advisable that the polling' for both' elections' should take place. in the: same buildings. Permission granted, on motion of Crs. Barrett and Nunni. -'. ' Fromi Shire of Dandenong, seeking Council's co-operation, in the establish ment of an Agricultural College. on a portion of the Crown lands known. as the Stud Depot, .Dandenong.-Re ceived. . From Secretary Victorian Railways, bringing under Council's: notice the decayed and broken state of the culvert at No, 5 crossing on. the Mornington line, and asking' that: sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Public Notices. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... t Prime Meat Only Kept. .................. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought................. BUY NOW CLEARING L1NES, suitable for Winter Trade. MILLINERY, LACES, - DRESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... Ritchie's Stores.. . ........... FRANKSTON. [ Established 1870. ......ALL LINES...... BOOTS, DRAPERY, t &C., &C. " My Boys " Butchery, FRANKSTON None but the Choicest Meat kept. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. Families Waited on For Orders Daily. I HIDES AND SKINS BOUGHT. Prime Poultry Always on Hand. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE. SW Note the Address GEO. BARNETT "My Boys" Butchery, YOUNG STREET. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON COACH FACTORY. ANNIE CAMERON (Late JOHN CAMERON), Coachbuilder, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT - MAKER. - Painting and Trimming a Speciality. Order attended to with promptness and despatch. H. CAMERON, Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

. Public. Notices.... .'rankston. Coffee' -i -Palace iUNDER ENTIRELY NEW 7 T'LANAGEMENT. ·Mr ., Lampl ih, PRi POPRIETRESS H. BUNNEY,i Bay Street, Frankston, ...Stocks a first-class Assortment of... Groceries Dairy Producl Frui Crockery " Confectionery Vegetables Soft Drinks &c. Melbourne Prices, Cleanliness, Civility ...and Attention.... All Goods of Drat Quality. A TralSohecited. Satisfaction guaranteed Misses Benton K - g to Notify that they. havI started... Dressmaking, &0. - On11 the Premises of MLirs. Parsons, MVAIN STREET, AMornirigton. SINGING Axw PIANOFORBE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERM<I: - Diaphramatic Breathing aud Singing, .1 l?s per term of half-hour each reeik (e'even weeks); i2 2s per term of two half-hours. Piano-£1 10s per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUII. FOR GRIOCERIES, DIAPERY, Ali'RDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES. &c. BRAN, CHAFF. OAT=, BARLEY, IVHEAT, POLL %RD. POTA GOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Bereavement Notice. THE BROTHERS AND SISTERS of   the late Isabella McRae, Morning ton, desire to convey their sincere THANKS to their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy and floral tri- butes received during their recent be- reavement. ke u tamnbvrb. PUBLISHED EVERfl BATURDAY MORNI?IG. " Nothing extenuwte. nor sct dowon Sau.ght in malice." SATURDAY, JULY 18.

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Pearcedale State School. FORMAL OPENING. [SPECIAL REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Pearcedale State School. FORMAL OPENING." [SPECI.L REPORT.] On Friday evening, July 10th, a very large gathering assembled at the I formal opening of the: new State school. Although not yet taken over I by the Education Department from the contractor, as some little details t are yet incomplete, the latter kindly gave permission for the . opening to take place. The building was not large enough to accommodate all pre sent, but the weather was so favorable that this was not so much felt as it would have been, as many were able to hear and see from the outside. The board of advice requested Mr Holds worth to perform the opening cere mony," but he thought it would add echfit to the proceedings by getting the Hon. W. H. Irvine,. M.H.R. for the district, to do so, and also Mr Down word, M.L.A., to assist, both of whom, on being approached, readily.complied with the request, and as soon as it was certain these gentlemen would-be pre sent, the board of advice and residents, with the assist...

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District News MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Distriit News MOOROODUC. MIoorooduc, a place not often men .tioned, for many-have never heard of it, and know not how to 'spell it, and yet the residents here are quite fami Iliar with outside places and their attractions. One young man has just returned from a three weeks' holiday at Phillip Island, where by his appear ance he has been living in the lap of luxury ; but with all this, and rich soil, found in other districts, once a resident in this locality, its beautiful climate and healthy position attracts people back to live in quiet and peace. The roads for travelling on at the pre~ent are far from being pleasant' with all the maintenance work done they are still as bad as twenty years ago. Notwithstanding the reputed poorness of the land, the ratepayers are not in arrears with the - rates, so that it can't be for want of money, that the roads are .not. in .better con dition. There is some talk of a local farmer purchasing a- traction engine and steam saw to out up the timber o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

For the Season's Tra de C. DALMAN, FlankRton BOn'l aSnPA , Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer WVll Served. SP.ICES RIGHT: GOOD GOOD SA?ND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Leach. LADTE°' AND GENTS.' IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splnriid Assortment. REPA1RS NEATLY EXECUTED SOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRANKSTON. T. BITCHIE AND CO. FIIAEKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce in Stock. SEA WATER BATHS. (Hot) IR V IIN E'S ROYAL BATHS. (Cold) ---: MORNINGTON : OPEN DA.IL"Y from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT VEA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS (IENTL, s,,R ... ... ... . ... . ... From 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m. LaDXe ...... ... .. ... .. ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. GENTLSaXM ... ... ... ... ,, 2 p.m. to 3.30 LATIES ...... ... .. ..... ,, 3"30,, to 5 ,, GawaTLRmNs ... ... ... ... .. . ,, 5 ,, to 6.30 ,, LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. HE A AI N E' "A" B"ONC""ITIS The Famous Remedy for C . Coughs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, _Pleuriy Astma &am...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

NOTES. The two matches this afternoon for the premiership and Watson trophies should prove good ones. They are Hastings v. Somerville, at Somerville. No follower of football would be sur prised if the Somerville boys 'downed' the redoubtable blue and white men. Frankston journey to Mornington, and the Schnapper Point players, it is said, are making a special effore ;. beat their formidable antagonists. Spectators will be rewarded by wit nessing a friendly, clever game. Frankston will need to ttke their best team. On Saturday Frankston; to fill in their bye in the Peninsula competition, played the Railways team in the Park. Both had weak teams, fifteen menionly on each side being played. After an amusing, and at times exciting, mud scramble, the visitors were victorious by six points, the scores being-Rail ways 3 goals 9 behinds, Frankston 3 goals 3 behinds. The goal-kickers for Frankston were-Lawrey, Shannon,. and O. Pettit. Barnett umpired the match impartially.. . .. S.Frankston v...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Frankston arid Hastings' Shire Council. WEDNESDAY. JULY 15.. Present-Crs. Hodgins (President), Cole, Griffetlh, Woodhouse, Gamble, Sherlock, Baxter, Thornell, Perrott. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. CO BESPONDENCE. From Frankston Progress League, requesting cou'ncil to stop the throwing of rubbish .om private properties int., K-,nanook. Creek, at the rear of Hi tel. and asking council's . :r: tii-' r to rtport on same. li. wa- ,a. cztued that notice boards be put up warning persons from throwing rubbish on the banks of or in the creek. £5 was also voted the League for the purpose of cutting the reeds, removing sand, and attending to fence. From same, asking that now a site for the Post Office had been chosen at Frtnkston, the League be allowed to ,improve the reserve opposite the Me chanics' Institute.-Permission gran Stead under supervision of engineer. Froth Edj aird Jone?i;Tyabb; draw-. ing council's attention to the bad state of the road, and askin...

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SHOREHAM. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Miss Byrne.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

SHOREHAM., (.Copies of the STADAI can be ? .. from Miss Byrne.) The annual meeting of the Shoreham rifle club was held in the State, school on Saturday night. There was a large attendance of members, and great interest was taken in the proceedings. After the balance-sheet, which showed a credit. balance of £3, had been adopted, the election of office-bearers took place. It was decided to in- crease the number of committee men and to carry out the secretarial duties under a joint office. This is a step in' the right direction, and in choosing Mr James Symonds, of Flinders, for the post members showed sound judgment. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing 12-months: Captain, Mlr Sydney Smith; Vice captain, MIr J. Clarke; joint secre taries, Miessrs Jas. Bryne and Jas. Symonds; treasurer, Mr Jos. Turner; committee. Messrs T. Kennedy,- T Graves, T. ,Tuck, W. Cleave, A.. Penman and D. Wilson; aauditors, Messrs L. Wilding atnd M. Higgins. The meeting terminated by accor...

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MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

?.lORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. Very bad weather prevailed on Sa turday last for the matches for the Peninsula premiership and Watson trophies. Clubs have been rather for tunate in the mnatterof weather up till the last week or two. But they have had their share of unpropitious wea ther since. It would have been better, perhaps, if the matches on Saturday had been postponed. Mornington had come difficulty in obtaining an eighteen to go to Hast ings, and had to put' in substitutes, one being Tom Coxhell, .a crack of many years ago.: He kicked Morning ton's 'only goal.ý Stiange;" too,- that Hastiings should have' to put their crack forward player of the olden days in the field-Sheehy, wh", kicked no fewer than three goals f,,r the blue and whites, and otherwise distingui shed himself. The first quarter was evenly contested, both sides obtaining 1 goal 1 behind each. In the succeed ing terms Hastings kept going further ahead, and -eventually ran out winners by 6 goals 9 behinds to 1 goal 3 b...

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

HASTINGS. - (Copies of the STaKDAED can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) District fruitgrowers continue to receive returns for their various ship ments of fruit by the different boats. Fair values were obtained for the fruit exported by the China and Ophir to =London last IMarch. By- the former boat. Jonathan brought from 6s 9d to 12s per case, .Sturmer 6s to 8s 9d, London Pipping 6s to 8S 6d, Ch:Lnrdl.r 6s Gd to 8s. Re:et.. ; o 8- air Broom Park pear. i0, to I.n 7-!s Ophir-hipm,.,-r : ,'?:d · ., ? .o",, : Jonarha! 10s to lZs, Reinetetc 8s 9d, and Five Crown 6s to 8s: In the STANDARD word competition, one of the Hastings representatives was a close fourth. Tillie Pearce, daughter of Mr Pearce,' head teacher of the local State school, secured no fewer than 196 works. The secretary of .the Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Association has been instructed to write to the member for the district, asking him to give his.. -" support to :the Wholesale :tlaret'Billt;- : when it comies beford...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

SUPPLEMENT. "Nothing Succeeds Like SUCCESS!" SIMIPORTANT ANNOUNGEMENT. IN consequence of the continued growth and popularity of THE STANDARD, the Proprietors, in order to better meet the requirements of the district, have decided to OPEN AN OFFICE AT MORNINGTON For the convenience of Patrons at the southern end of the Peninsula. Our local Manager will be Mr M. E. Jostlear, who will attend personally to the reporting of Meetings, and by whom Orders for Printing and Advertisements will be promptly attended to. To fulfil this arrangement, we shall publish A - SPECIAL = EDITION AS THE mornington and Dromana Standard Ini Conjunction with the frankston and Somervfill Standard DVERTISEMENTS will be inserted in both issues at the ONE ordinary charge, and orders should be addressed to the respective Oifices: Bay Stret, 'rankston, or * main Street, Mornington Not later than THURSDAY in each week. ----_- -- _ I-r:We hereby return Sincere Thanks for the encouraging and gratifying measure of sup...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

ON our fourth page will beho found r.,'ports of Mnrningtnn dhire Council meeting., Morninet-n Mechanics' Institute, etc. Somerv'lle new', corre?) ocdence and other items are held over. TENDERS are invited in this issue for clearing ready for the plough seven acres at Red Hill. As meonioned in our last i sue, we hare decided to open anotber 'coripetition for State chcol children of tlih' Peninsula. but have to defer.particulars tll next issue. THE Rev. W. H. SMtele,' llA , of Cra. bourne, has accepted :a call to the pasto rate of the TraralIon Preshyt clran Church, and will enter upon hie new charge at an early dale. Mrs Wilks,a very old resident of Mornington   is at present lying dangerously   ill. She is being attended to by Dr. Somers, who we learn holds out very little hope of recovery. WE remind again ou- read !rs of the advertisement re the lhioescpe entertain ment'un'ler the auspices of the Frankston I.O.R. 'ent. We understand the pro gramme is an ex...

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Football. DROMANA v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908

Football. DROMANA v. SOMERVILLE. [BY ROVER]. The above clubs met at Dromana on Saturday last. The visitors arrived in good time, and were accompanied by their president (Mr Taylor). This was the first occasion on which the Somerville prayers visited Dromana, and their gentlemanly and sportsman like conduct both on and off the field won for them the admiration of mem bers and supporters of the local club who would be pleased to tender to them a most hearty welcome should they again visit Dromana. The afternoon was unfortunately a most unpleasant one for spectators and players alike, a cold, drizzling rain setting in, which lasted until the con clusion of the match. However, those who braved the elements and came to witness a good display of football were not disappointed, as the game was the best played this season on the local ground, the players handling and markiing the wet ball with surprising cleverness. In the first quarter the locals had slightly the best of the play and kicke...

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