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Help Your Newspaper ! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Help Your Newspaper ! The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your Jon PaINTINO. If you do not feel able ro run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news paper, your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes and all business printing to etecute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the printer that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping to build up your district. The time may come when a country newspaper can live simply on the revenue derived from ad vertising and subscriptions, but no ordi. nary newspaper in an ordinary district can exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore. if yeu want a good newspaper-one that can still further help you and your town--oIv IT TOUR JOB PRINTING.
Fire at Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Fire at Frank.-ton, On Saturday evening last a five roomed weatherboard house, owned by Mr J. °Sheridan, situated- on the JMelbourneroadi, about three quarters of a mile from the township, was totally destroyed by fire. Mr Sheridan purchased the house and the property on which it was erected a few months back. He has let contrac:t for clear ing and otherwise improving the paddock, and the only recent occupant of the building which was destroyed was a man employed in this work, named Cook. Cook states that he left the house early in the evening, when everything was alright. At about nine o'clock Mrs Stevens, whose house is opposite, noticed a glare from the building and informed Mr Baxter, senr., who lives near by. Mr Baxter went -across and found that flames were issuing from the front window, and the place well alight. The fire bell was rung about a quarter of an hourafterwards, and the brigade turned out, but it was then too late to be of use in saving the building. The crowd whic...
Frankston Show. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Frankston Show. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR * LIKELY. . 3t J. N. Marsh, the seeretary of the Frankston H. and A. Association, in reply to a request that Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael should, .open the show at Frankstoni n.January,. has received the. followinggratifying reply from Victor Nelson "Hood, the Governor's private secretary : Dear Sir,--I am direr:ted by the Governor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 26th inst, and in reply to say His Excellency hopes that he may be able to.accede to your request'that he.should open the 12th Annual Show to be held at Frankston on Wednesday, January 13th; but at the present moment it is not possible to give an absolute or definite promise. However, any other arrangements will be made to fit in with this if pos sible.
Bazaar Social. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Bazaar Social. A successful and somewhat novel ga thering was held in theFiankston Churoh of England on Wednesday evening, which took the form of a "stationery social." The admission was 6d, or that value in stationery, the proceeds being in aid of the bazaar. There was a very good atten dance, and the programme, with Rev. A. P. McFarlane as chairman, was a really creditable and enjoyable one. The fol lowing are the performers, each of whom received a hearty reception : * Duet. Misses Stevens; song, Mrs McFarlane ; violin solo, Miss Glorie Car ter; recitation, Miss C. Stevens; song, Mr Withers ; song, Miss Hay ; quartette, Misses C. and M. Stevens, Cummins and Rogers: song, Miss Cummins (encored); song, Mrs McFarlaue; mandoline duet, Misses Carter ; trio, Three Old' Maids of ee;'Miiiiae Millard, Willhams and C.( te vens (encored) ; song, Mr Withers ; vio lin solo, Miss Glouie Carter; recitation, Mr Ford. An excellent supper was provided, which was done full justice to by the ga ther...
SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
O8MERVILLE. - (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained mfm Mr D. M. llett.) Alf. Collins, son of Mr Tom Collins, met with a naisty bicycle accident on Sa'tnrday night.. .Whilst.ridinig home he-collided .with another' cyclist, and was thrown heavily on his face on the metal. His nose. was broken, and.he received other minor injuries. We regret to record the death of Mr G. H. Davies, son of Mr J. C. Davies of the Somerville Hotel, who died at St. Vincent's Hos pital on Sunday evening. He had been suffering some time from a re markable illness. A clot of blood set tied in one of the arteries of. his leg, and could not be removed or traced. Mr Davies was a professor of music in Melbourne, and was much respected by all who knew him. Mr and Mrs Davies and family have the sincere sympathy of all local residents. At the interstate conference of fruit growers' on the motion of Mr G. Grif feth it was on Thursday resolved that a deputation wait on the Premier (Sir Thomas Bent) and suggest that ...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on tho let Kay : MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. ' p.m. p.m. p.m. am, Sats. Sats. Sats, p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. only ex. ielbourne, dap. .8.10 12.20 1.12 1.18 4.35 5.80 620 11.385 Carrum 9.23 1.34 2.26 232 541 6.23 7.29 12.44 I5rankston, arr. 934 1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 6.34 7.40 12 55 FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. - Bats. Bats. a m, a,m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. pm. Frankston, dep. 7.12 8.27 1.17 2.16 3.8 3.8 6.8 8.20 Carrum 7.23 8.38 1.28 2,d2 314 3.19 624 831 Melboutne, arr. 8.32 90.48 2.37 8.42 4.25 4,80 7.32 9.42
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. Sats a.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 1.1s Carrum ... 9.23 0.23 2.32 Frankston, arr. ... 9.34 6.3 2.43 dep. ... 944 0.44 2.53 Langwarrin t t Mornington Junction, arr. 9.59 6.59 3.10 • ,, dep. 10.10 74 3.15 Moorooduoe.t 5Lornington ,arr.-... 10.35 7.24 3.3 MOBNINGTON TO MELBOURNE. Sats. a.m. p.m p.m MIornington, dep.... 7.45 4.55 1.24 Moorooduc ... t t t Mornington Junctionarr. 8.3 5.20 1.40 ,, ,, dep. 8.8 525 1.48 Langwarrin ... t t Frankston; arr. ... 8.22 5.40 23 ,, dep..8.27 6.8 2.16 Carrum ... 8.38 6.19 2.32 Melbourne, arr. ... 9.48 7.32 '3.42 t picks up or sets downpassengers when required.
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDALD can be obtained from MIr D. MI. Bett.) The fifth annual meeting of the Progress Association was held on Tuesday evening last, with only a small attendance. The balance-sheet was submitted, showing income, £83J6/8ý, expenditure, £83114J10, leaving a balance in hand of £1/11/10. These amounts would not have been so large, had it not been for the generosity of the public in donating fruit for export, which brought the nett return of £21112/2, out of which ---X. 20 was psaid. to the Colonial Bank, reducing the Association's liability on the Recreation Ground to £55. The balance-sheet was adopted on the motion of the chairman (Mr Lester) and Mr Grant. The following office bearers were re-elected for the ensuing year :-President, Mr Lester; vice president, Mr Grant; treasurer, Mr J. T. Baker; secretary, Mr A. E. Young ; executive, Messrs Pike, Alden, Noble, White, R. W. Slocombe, and Longmuir ; new member, Mr MacLau rin. It was resolved to call tenders for g...
DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDAaD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) "It never rains but it pours." We have had a jovial week. A concert in aid of the Presbyterian Church took place last week. Our popular and well-esteemed councillor, A. V. Shaw, Esq.. was in the chair. Songs, recita tions, etc., were rendered by a goodly number. By the R.M.S .Ortana we notice in the list of saloon passengers the names of Mrs and the Misses Sheehan, who have been on a visit to Europe. We welcome them back to their palatial summer residence, "The Pines." We had almost a chapter of acci dents this week. Whilst Mr W. Wyatt, manager of Mr E. Rudduck's bakery department, was adjusting the chain on the wheel of a vehicle, the horse bolted, but fortunately was brought to a standstill before going very far. Miss Katie Townsend, whilst riding a horse, had a narrow escape. The animal took fright at the noise created by some small boys, and bolting, threw the rider, who sustained several severe injuries. This...
RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR OF SORRENTO SCHOOL CHILDREN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
BIOTOUS BEHAVIOUB OF SOR. RENTO SCHOOL CHILDREN.,. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-On Monday last, as the child ren were coming home frnm school, eight of the boys, whose ages range from 6 to 10, accosted a young lady as she was going home from the post office, and took from her a basket con taining letters, etc., and her hat. In a souffle she accidently fell down and had a small portion of skin removed from her leg. When the boys saw the injury she had received, they immedi ately handed back her basket, hat, etc. She then went home and informed her father, who immediately went round to the parents of the boys and informed them of the assault. He then proceeded to the police station and laid a charge. Constable Raw. lings proceeded to the" school next morning in full uniform, saw the head teacher, and had the offenders lined up before him. One of the first boys called was Hector Clark, age about 6 years, son of Councillor E. Clark, J.P. After they had all been put in line the co...
Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves the opinions expressed by correspondents.) SORRENTO PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Our Letter Box. SORRENTO PROGRESS ASSO CIATION. TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. Sir,-In your issue of October 10th a correspondent comments on the le thargy of the Sorrento Progress Asso ciation. I presume he means by not holding the meetings as regularly as we used to do. The reason of them lapsing has been through the sparse at tendances of members, and then only those turning up who have an axe to grind, which is very poor consolation to those in office and compelled to at tend. I would like to point out to your correspondent and readers that the Progress Association has done good work, and been the means of a good deal of public money being spent here on necessary works, and for informa tion the following are some of the works done through the persistent ef forts of the association, viz.-additions to the Sorrento school, general repairs to pier last year, trunk telephone line, advertising in the city and country newspapers, water carts on Main and Back Beach roads, wandering cattle (Act...
District News Reports of district functions, items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor. MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
District News Reports of district function., items of loca interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor. MOOROODUC. Perfect weather is the chief topic sunny, mild, and warm, and the country is looking like a picture. It can hardly be wondered with such weather that the crops are growing apace, and in this locality anyone may find and see some lovely fields of oats, wheat, rape, etc., in various stages of growth. The stock are also showing the effects of the increase of fodder after the long cold winter, and, being fed on chaff and ensilage through out that bad time, they are now rolling fat. I am sorry to again mention that the severe illness of Mr W. Male has compelled him to go to the hospital, and all who know him personally tender him and his wife their sincere pia- rtfelt sympathy. Stl F-llong s-ta? ir--Sonth° Africa, Mr and Mrs Cameron (nee Miss Emily Grindal) have returned to enjoy a quiet holiday, and, as it were, a honey moon. With the co...
PRICE OF BREAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
PRICE OF BREAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) Sir,-May I enquite through your columns when the price of bread locally is likely to be lowered 7 Melbourne bakers have reduced it, and flour has decreased in price several times, but still the price of bread is unaltered. It is a i9atter of considerable importance to families now, as everything in the household requirements are so high priced. Surely it is time the bread was lowered -Yours, etc., A WORKING MAN. Mornington, 27-10-'08. -
FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
FRANKSTON v. BSOMERVILLE. These teams met in the Frankston Park on Saturday last, when, after a pleasant game, the visitors were vic torious by 52 runs. During the game afternoon tea was kindly provided by three Frankston lady enthusiasts (Miss C. Gregory, Miss Pettit, and Mrs Dalman), and thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated; before departing Mr Tay lor, on behalf of the Somerville club, thanked the players and ladies named for their generous treatment. Follow ing are the scores: FBANKSTON. Aitken, c and b C. Thornell ... 10 Robinson, a Reed, b Gomm ... 32 Sangwell, b Reed ..... ... 0 Kennedy, l.b.w., b Reed ... ... 0 Pettit. c Gomm, b C. Thornell ... 3 A. D. Box, c P. Thornell. b Reed 3 Burton, c P. Thornell, b Reed ... 12 Wallace, run out ... ... ... 6 Deane, not out ... Kemp, b Gomm ... ... ... 4 Harley, b Gomm ... ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 8 Total ... ........... 86 Bowling--Gault 0 for 8. Taylor 0 for 4, C. Thornell 2 for 18, Reed 4 for 35, Gomm 2 for 16. SOMEILVILLE. Gault...
CARRUM v. WERNA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
CARRUM rV. WERNA. This match was played st Csrrum on Saturday, the home teain'being bea ten by 27 runs. Scores : WERNSA. T, Patterson. b T. Bethune ... 17 Kerford, b Falkingham ... ... 6 Lowe, b Bethune ... ......2 W. Pattersohn, b C. Bigby ... 9 Reed, c Rolfe, b C. Ri?by ... 20 Prout, c McCombe, b Billings ... 5 Hall, b Falkingham ... ... 7 Hicks b C. Rigby ... .. ... 1 Einsidel, c Forsyth, b C. Rigby ... 0 Raephel, not out ... ...... . 25 Robinson, b Falkingham ... ... 0 Smith, b C. Rigby ... ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 5 Total ... ... 97 Bowling-C. Rigby 5 for 17, Falking. ham 3.for 12, T. Bethune 2 for 30, Bii lings I for 25, A. Rigby 0 for 8. CABSUM. C. Rigby, c Paterson, b Hicks ... 3 Drummond, b Raephel ... ... 4 Billings, c Front, b Hicks ... 0 - Rolfe, b aephel . ... ... 2 M'McCombe, b Raephel ... ... 0 Mossington, b Hicks ... ... 2 E. Falkingham, stpd., b Hicks ... 0 Graham, b Hicks ... ... ... 0 Forsythe, not ont .. ... ... 3. 2 C. Falkingham, retired ... ... 21 Bethun...
BILLARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
UCLwXaseans. The second drawing of Kirk's billiard tournament (Mornington) resulted as fol lows :-Thurling (owes 15) v. A. Bart lett (owes 40).-. B. Hutchins-(rec. 65) v. Menck (rec. 60). Holland (65) .J. Wil liams (70). J. Cotter (65) v. C.Baxter (35). W. Spensor (60) v.P. White (65). Suplaw (owes 20) a bye. A. Bartlett beat Thurling by 43, B. Hutchins beat Menck by 20, Holland beat J. Williams by80, J..Cotter beat C. Baxter by 5.
Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
Prancston Court ,of Petty Sessions. Monday."-Before Messrs Read31ur phy, P.M, C, G. ,V. 3Viliains, Craw ford, Thornell, and Sherl?ocl,' J's.P. NON-VACCINATION. .Tlhe case against .H._ Gamble. was: further adjorirneditill 23rd Noydmber, on account of ill healih of the child. SCHOOi CASES. ' hispector Lucey . v.George Heffer nan, Wh°owa charged in two cases for noiniattendance- of histchid" at school for 'required ;number, of days each morinth.- A letter was sent toibbe court by the iother, 'stating :she was not able to abttend herself, and trust ing for leniency, as some days the child was quite light headed and 'unable to stand, and consequently had to be kept from school.-This was the' third of feiice, and a fine of 5s in two cases was imposed. Same v. Thos. McComb.- Mrs McComb attended and said the boy had not been well enough to go to school.-Fined 5s. Same v. H. Prosser.-Withdrawn, the child having been prevented from attending owing to an accident. Same v. Geeo. Baxter.-Withdra...
RIFLE SHOOTING. FRANKSTON v. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 October 1908
FRANKSTON v. COLLINGWOOD. The above match was fired at Col lingwrood on Saturday last, and resul ted in a win for the home team by 67 points. Scores: FRANKSTON. 500 600 Total R- Lloyd 30 30 60 W. Oates 30 29 50 8. Walker 32 27 59 J. Moseley 30 27 57 S. Corlett 30 26 56 C. Grant 27 28 55 C. Dalman 25 26 51 C. Willox 28 23 51 (. Denyer 27 23 50 Total ... .. ... 498 COLLINGWOODn. 500 600 Total F. Kelly 34 33 67 G. Ellis 32 34 66 J. Kenny 33 33 66 C. Cross 33 32 65 Coomber 34 29 63 Kelly 31 30 61 WVilliamson 32 28 60 Catlow' 32 28 60 Carter 25 32 57 Total ... ... 565