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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908
Personal. The death took place at Malvern on Wednesday of Mr Thomas Lorimer, eldest son of Sir James Lorimer. The deceased gentleman was well-known at Frankston, where he built the handsome seaside residence, "Alawa." Laurence Nowlan, of Flinders, who died on August 24th, left real estate of the value of £1,620 and personality worth £2,746, a total of £4,360. Under his will half of an acre block of land at Flinders is left to his niece and the other half to the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Mel bourne and the parish priest at Morning ton, for the purpose of the Roman Catholic church. ie also bequeaths £50 to the parish priest at Mornington, and leaves the remainder of his property to his widowand other relatives. On Saturday night last, the 10th inst., a very pleasant evening was spent at the residence of Mlr W. Gonsal, Waterloo Place, Mornington, the occasion being to make him a presentation of a handsome silver tea and coffee service, suitably in scribed, upon his retirement from t...
FOOTBALL MATCH. (Written by E. Drohan, Collingwood). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908
FOOTBALL MATCH. (Written by E. D ohan, Collingwood). 1 A match between teams represent ing the "Bull and Bush" and "Bo- a hemians " was played in the Frankston Park in the afternoon. The weather was delightfully fine, and there was a large number of spectators, including friends and supporters of the respec tive teams, who journeyed from Mel bourne to witness the match. A keen struggle was anticipated, as several leading players from League and Asso contest, viz., " Joe'" Hogan, P. Mason, and W. Gant (St. Kilda), Legge and Peppard (Essendon L), Drohan and Lee (Collingwood), Wrighlt and Ben nett (Essendon A.), Sharpe (South Melbourne), and Pears (Brunswick). The members of the Frankston Brass Band were in attendance, and played selections during the afternoon. Their efforts were highly appreciated both by spectators and players, and at the conclusion of the match [r E. Drohan called for three cheers for the band, which were heartily given and in whicl` the spectators joined. The team...
District News MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908
District News MOOROODUC. With the arrival of spring come many fresh birds from spending their winter sojourn in warmer lands, but ] although we; have had onily: a few & sultry days, yet one of our birds has flown to Phillip Island to enjoy the mild climate and the many charms of the land that bids well to hold as captive one of our best known resi dents. Our popular school teacher and post- i mistress has been on a short week-end visit to the city, returning early in the week following, benefiting much by the bustle and excitement, after the last few weeks of quiet spent in our midst. With much sympathy I mention the severe illness of our popular Mr W. Male, who is now laid up in bed, and all over the district hopes will be enter tained for a speedy recovery and return to good health. At the Mlornington market on Mon day pigs reared in this district and sold as suckers brought top prices, their iualit; and--condition showing that the district is well adapted for the raising ...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 October 1908
Obituary. The death occurred at Frankston on Friday last of a very old colonist, and one of the earliest of Frankston residents, in the person of Mrs. H. Bentick. The deceased lady, who was 83 years of age, had been in a weak state of health for a long time, and latterly resided with her son-in-law, Mr Thos. McComb. She was very well known in and around Franks- ton, having resided in the town for over 40 years, where she was universally re- spected by a large circle of friends. Mrs Bentick was born in Gloustershire, Eng- land, and arrived in this State in 1840, so that she was amongst the earliest of Vic- torian colonists. The deceased lady leaves a family of six, all well up in years, three of whom reside in Frankston. The funeral took place on Sunday, when the body was interred in the Frank- ston cemetery, a large number attending to pay their last respect to an old and es- teemed pioneer. the burial service was read by the Rev. A. P. McFarlane, and the mortuary arrangements carri...
Campers' Outing at Frankston. NOTES. (Held over from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
Campers' -Outing--:at°?r Frankston. -4--- NOTES..., (Held over from last issue.) Outing enjoyed by all. " Over 100 made the trip and stayed till Sunday evening. All visitors spoke highly of Franks ton as a seaside resort. ?A. C. Colvin, "the: Austral winner; made a deperate effort to ge. up in the Mile Bicycle Handicap. lHe rode gamely from scratch, but coald get no nearer than fourth. Fourteen faced the starter. . Mr Jackson's representative on a motor cyclei the Hercules, rode over a mile, but as the track would not carry pace he could not attempt record breaking I The best player on the grounm was undoubtedly Jack Wright, of Essen don, his marking, and running with the ball being splendid. In Melbourne he is considered to be one of the best back men in senior ranks. " Coon " Bennett (also of the Essen don team), when in earnest played brilliant" football, as also did Legge, the Essendon forward. Joe Hogan, of St. Kilda team, played a brilliant game for the Bo heinians, his markin...
Football Social at Hastings. PRESENTATION OF PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
Football Social' at H:: ast ings; PRESENTATION OF PENNANT. The third and presumably final pre sentation in connection with the much discussed premiership of the Peninsula Football Association took place at Hastings on Saturday evening, 10th. The first took place at Frankston on Sept., 12th, when thel Frankston club received a set of premiership caps ; the second presentation was made at Mornington on October 2nd, when the Hastings club was formally presented with a premiership pennant by the Association, and the thild of the series took place as stated above at Hast ings. At the wind-up social by the Hast ings club for the season, held in the local hall, on the 10th inst., the pre miership pennant was handed over to the club by 1Mr Gomm '(to whom it had been presented by"the officers of the Association at a smoke night held at Mornington), and accepted on be half of the club by Mr T. R. Pearce. In an appropriate speech, Mr Pearce stated that the officers of the local club had entere...
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. a.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 0.23 6.23 Frankston, arr. ... 9.34 6.34 dep. ... 9 14 0.41 Langwarrin ... * Mornington Junction, arr. 9.59 6.59 ,, dep. 10 4 7.10 Somerville ... 10.15 7 18 Tyabb ... 1024 7.24 Hastings ... 1037 7.33 Bittern ... 10 51 7.41 Crib Pnint ... Stony Point, arr. ... 11.0 7.50 STONY POINT TO MELBOURNE. I'ues. Thur. .mn. n.m. p.m. ?ztony Point, dop. ... 7.15 11.30 5.45 Crib Point ... * * Bittern ... 7.31 11.145 Efastings ... 7.32 12.0 * p.m. Tyabb ... 7.41 128 * Somerville ... 7.43 12.35 Mornington Jtn., arr.... 7.:5 12.15 5.0 ,, dps.... 88 125" 5 23 Laugvwarrin ... Frankston, arr. ... 8 22 1.12 5.4 , h dp. ... 8.27 1.17 6.8 Carruts ... 8 3S i _ (1.19 oielbouran, arr. ... 9.43 2.37 7.81 * picks up or stsq down passengors what rrqu'red.
District Cricket. AN ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
District Cricket. AN ASSOCIATION FORMED. A meeting of delegates from district clubs was held at Davies' Hotel, Somerville, on Monday evening, when, notwithstanding most unpleasant wea ther conditions,- there was- a good at tendance. The following were pre sent :--Messrs Hddgins and Denham (Hastings), Young and Grant (Tyabb), S. Martin and Keast( Somerville), and W. and O. Pettit (F. ankston). Cr Hodgins was elected chairman, and Mr W. Pettit secretary pro. tem,. after which the advisability of a dis trict competition was discussed. The Frankston secretary reported having written to all the surrounding clubs, favorable replies being received from three. It was moved by Mr Keast, secon ded by Mr Young and carried, that a district cricket association be formed, which later on it was decided to call the "Peninsuia Cricket Association." The following of? e-bearers were then appointed :-P-.P ident, Cr Hod gins; vice-president, Mr J. E. Taylor; secretary and treasurer, Mr G. Keast. On the ...
A Remarkable Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
A Remarkable Accident. Oliver's Frill. Frankston, has been re sponsible for several accidents. owing to its steepness and the dangerous fall to the beach on one side, and another remark able escape has to be recorded. A two horse van belonging to 'Ir J. Findley, of South Yarra, loaded with furniture and fittings for u chemist's shop at Sorrento, was " stuck up" on the hill early on Thursday morning, the driver having camped over-night at the foot of the hill so that the horses would be fresh for the pull first thing in the morning. Just at the most difficult pinch" the wheels went over the "chocks," and striking the fence, knocked it over, the van then rolling backwards down the hill-side, a distance of about .53 feet. Marvellous to relate, the vehicle was not even capsized, and sustained little damace beyond the break ing of the pole and a few wrenched boards. The horses, excepting a few scratches, and a shock consequent on.their sudden :backward slide, were uninjured. One animal f...
HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
HASTINGS. (Copies of the S?T?sDaRD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) A biograph entertainment in aid of the funds of the Holy Trinity Church was held in the Hall on Friday night, when there was a good house. Miss Jenkins and Miss Kernot, of Mel bourne, gave very pleasing vocal items, also Mlrs Harvey; Mr S. Mentiplay and Mr W. Sheehy, in illustrated songs, were a decided success. The pictures were of a varied and enjoy able description, and much clearer than previous moving ones shown here. The entertainment was most successful, both finandcally and otherwise. Mr F. W. Sudholtz has sold all his land known as " Warrinda," at a sa tisfactory price, and is unfortunately leaving the district, which will be a great loss, he having always taken a great interest in any movement for its advancement. He has held the posi tion of president of the Improvemelnt Society since it started, and the work done at the Riecreation Reserve, the p'anting of trees in the streets, etc., are in a great me...
Correspondence. (We do not necessarily Identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) THE LOCAL PAPER. TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
Correspondence. (W V. o not i ces~ariy ident;fy ourelvem with the opiuious preaswe by corresludennts.) THE LOCAL PAPER. TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. Sir,-It was with much pleasure I read in your journal a very suggestive and practical remark made by one of councillors that the printing and ad vertising should be given to our local paper-Tile STANDARD. Ttrs prepis terous and absurd to send all the way to Dandenong, when we have a paper like our STANDARu , whose circulation, is being spread far and wide, and, I venture to say, that I don't think half the ratepayers, if any, knew of this transaction. Again, I have visited a great number of Mechanics' Institu tions in this vast State, and in no in stance have I failed to sec the local newspaper on the table of the hbrary ; but let a stranCer enter our local Me chanics' library and ask our esteemed hhrarian for TrIe STANDARD, when he will politely inform you that it is not to be obtained.-Yours, etc., CORRIGENDA. Dromnrna, 17-10-'08.
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDasD can be obtained from Mr D. MI. Bett.) The last meeting of the Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Association was fairly well attended, although a much larger attendance was expected, in view of the interesting and instruc tive paper by Dr. Griffeth, entitled, '. Refrigeration, its influence on Trade, Commerce, and Enterprise." This paper, previous to some alterations and additions, was submitted some time ago at a meeting of the Somer ville Association, and was reported therefrom, so the only comments that I can make is that those who missed the genial doctor's discourse missed a treat. The weather during the past few days has been inductive of early cultivation and planting, as well as various stages of work in the nurseries. The grass, although not long, is fairly thick, and has a large amount of nutriment in it. Spraying is in full swing for apples and pears, which, as a general rule are masses of bloom, whilst stone fruits seem to be having an off se...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the 1st May :- S MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m. p.m. p.m. a,m. Sats. Snts. Sata, p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. only exr. Molbrno, dep. 8.10 12.20 1.12 1.18 4.3 5 30 0 20 1185 Carer 9.23 1.34 2.28; 2 82 541 6.23 7.29 12.41 Franton, arr. 034 1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 0.34 7.40 12555 P RANKSTONTO MELBOURNE. SatP. Bats. a m. n.m. p.m. pa.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p m. Fran on, dop. '7.12 8.27 1.17 2.16 3.3 3.8 11.8 8.20 Carer 7.23 838 1.28 2.32 314 3.10 624 831 M not , arr, 8.32 9.48 237 3.42 4.25 4.30 7.82 9,42
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
MELBOURNE TO MOR.NIN'TON. Sats n.m. n.m. p.m. .fellburne, dep. ... 4.10 .?30 1.18 garrum ... .23 6.3 2.32 Frankston, arr. 9.34 6.34 2.43 dep. ... 944 6.44 2.53 Langwarrin. t1 t Mornington Junctionl arr. 9.59 6.59 3.10 , dep. 10.10 7 4 3.15 DIooroodue t t Rornington,arr. ... 10.35 7.24 3.33 MLONINGIfroN TO MELBOURNE. Sats. am. p.m p.m Mornington, dep. ... 7.45 4.55 1.24 Moorooduc ... 1 t t Mornington Junction, arr. 8 3 5.20 1.10 a rrn ,, dep. 8.8 5-25 1.48 Langwarrin ... 1 t t Frankston, arr. ... 8.22 5.40 23 dep8.27 0. 2.16.i t picks up or sets down passengers wheni required.
ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
ROSEBUD. A most enjoyable concert was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday even ing, the 16th hist, in aid of the erec tion of the tennis court at Rosebud. A good programme was successfully carried out by the following ladies and gentlemen :-- Mesdames Rickets and Wade; Misses Walsh, Wade. Roberts, Joyes, -and Grifliths; Messrs Robertson, Wyatt, Joyes, Chapman, Budds, Mcllroy, Rigg, Cooper, Balger, Doherty, E. Rudduck. Keeth, and McCormack. Mr J. Cain, acted as chairman in his usunal jovial manner. A dance was held after the concert, and financially and socially the gather ing was altogether a great success.
SORRENTO. BENEFIT CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
SORRENTO. BENEFIT CONCERT AND DANCE. A concert and dance was held at the Athenmeum Hall on Thursday night, 15th October, under the aus pices of the Shamrock club, the pro. ceeds being in aid of the fund being raised for the benefit of the widow and children of the late Edward Morce. There was a very largo attendance, residents from Quarantine, Portsea, Rye, and Sorrento turning out in large numbers to help this most deserving case. Councillor John Cain occupied the chair. The pro ceeding opened with a piano over ture by Mr Steeth, followed by The Romany Lass, ably rendered by Mr Irwin. Mrs Wm. Clark sang Jessie's Dream in her usual pleasing manner. The recitation, A Lazy Lad, by Master Bert Sutton, was followed by a coon song by Miss Phyllis Matheson. Swannie River was very pathetically rendered by Mr Ted Skelton, after "hich.-J2i 1an JaciokJohntonJ..airnly "brought down the house" by her highly creditable dancing of The Highland Fling. Hush a Bye, very artistically rendered by Miss...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
SOMERVIELLE. The committee selected by the; Somerville Fruitgrowers'. Association at.their last meeting; to welcome and.,, -ntirtaiin the .delegates :from mintker states to the annual Fruitgrowers'/ Conference to be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 27th and 28th, met at the hotel Somerville on Monday evening and decided on the following programme:- All ,ruit-. growers and local residents who wish, to meet the 10 15 a.m. train at Somer ville on Friday morning; providing their own vehicles, and drive visitors (about 25 are expected) to one or two . of the leasing orchards, and to return to the hotel at 1 p.m., for. lunch. After lunch all to drive up to Two Bays' Nurseries for afternoon ;tea, and eventually, drive' the visitors to the Mornington Junction train. ' The Association is to entertain the visitors. . . Heavy falls of rain, accompanied by light hail storms have been' prevalent during the week. Our three representatives at the shire council table assembled with the Engine...
BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
BALNARRINC. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) The oat crops in this district pro mise to be the best on record. Mr ]Berryman's crop near "Warawee" is at the present time nearly four feet high, all over a paddock of twenty acres. It is expected that by Decem ber this crop will be nearly six feet in height. The Bittern West State School having increased its number of scho lars, steps have been taken to get the Education Department to build .a school. An officer from Melbourne selected a suitable site last week. The- AN.A. " ave iiade arrange ments with Dr. Somers of AMornington to visithere regularly, and his first visit was made last Wednesday week. The Emu Plains Racing Club intend to hold their annual race-meeting on Boxing Day. The annual meeting of members will be held about Cup week. The latest inquiry amongst local sports is "What's become of Sosso" ? and the answer is invariably " He's run ning down the line in Gippsland."
DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 October 1908
DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARID can be obtained from iMr" E. Rudduck.) A well-attened concert and dance took place in the:Dromana Mechanics' Hall last weel in aid of the Dronmana football club, and proved a success both financially and otherwise. The dance was the great attraction of the evening, the fair. sex being well represented. and all the ladies were attired in beautiful evening gowns. Dancing' was kept up till the small hours of the ~a3rning. Mr Godfrey Patterson, who has been seriously ill and an inmate of Dr. Weld's private hospital, has so far re covered as to enable him to leave the doct6r's'institution, and is now resid ing with his relatives, Mrs Stennaken, at Dromana, previous to his departure for Melbourne. The Rev. E. Podda, incumbent of St. -Mark's Church of England, preached an eloquent sermon in that church on Sunday morning to a good congregation. Miss Joyes, daughter of our local police officer, presided at the organ, and played remarkably well, especially as...