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FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Baxter. jun., c W. Shechcy, b Roberts ... .... . Robertson, not out ... . ... 77 A. D. Box. not out ... ... 12 Sundries ... ... ... 9 Total for 1 wat. ... 180 Bowling--T. Ientiplay 0 for 65, Ito berts 1 for 59, W. Slcheey 0 for 15, H. Cannichael U for 15, A. Sheehey 0 for 17 Reid. c F. Burton, b Baxter, sour. 2?J Ward, c Harley. b Deane ... ... . MIentiplay. b Baxter, junr. .. 1 E. Ward. run out ... 0 W. Sheehe)y c Aitken. b Daane ... 0 Roberts, c Harley, b Baxter, senr. 14 Carmichael, b Kemp ...... Denham, b Keml ..... ... 5 Kay. cand b Baxter, senr. ... 0 A. Sheehey, not out... ... ... Sundries ... ... ... 13 Total ... ... ... 70 Bowlin--Deance 2 for 16. Baxter, jnr,, 1 for 23, Kemp 2 for 9, Baxter, sur., 3 for 9.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. OPENED ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

PENINSTULA ASSOCIATIO2? OPENED ON SATURDAY. The first matches in connection with the above Association were commenced on Saturday, when the weather, unfortunately, was somewhat un pleasant for cricket, though not so bad as appeared likely in the earlier part of the day. Frankston met Hastings in the Park, and won comfortably by 9 wickets and 110 runs. "Hastings, we understand, did not have their strongest eleven in the field, some being " fine weather birds," and would not fare the threatening aspects of the weather, and undertake the trip. Frankston went first to the wickets, and after remaining there for the greater part of the afternoon, closed the innings with only one wiclet down for 180 runs. Robertson (17 not out), and Baxter junr. (82) gale a fine display of batting, and t partnership of 159 runs put up th earlyin the illce very di t ffiu ltt bt - oertson s innings of '77 not out was certainly a splendid performance, it being especi ally so when it is remembered that this ge...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

LANCWARRIN. A meeting of the Progress Associa tion was held on .Tuesday evening, when it was decided to hold a work ing bee for the tennis court on Friday next. The voting here will go much in favor of Mr Downward, the people expressing themselves strongly against the Labor party. It is recognised that Mr Downward has paid every attention to the requirements of the district, and no end would be served by retiring a Minister in favor of a private member. Labor members may Be neede? i i~ihe ity, but in the coun try they only hamper industry. The erection of the recreation hall is proceeding steadily, and it' will be finished before the time anticipated by the committee. The hall will be a great gain here, as it will contain over 3,500 feet of: floor space. The neces sary material has been paid for, and shareholders have responded to all calls, a rare thing in co operative con cerns in the states. Great credit is due to the architect, Mr J. Hodgin son, to MIr Berry, as organiser, and M...

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Mornington Presbyterian Sabbath School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Mornington Presbyterian Sabbath School Picnic. The scholars of the Mornington Presbyterian Sabbath School held their annual outing' at MLorooduc on the Kings' Birthday. The spot chosen -an ideal one in every respect-was at the foot of Mt. Eliza, and the scholars, parents and friends were conveyed their by special train, lerv ing at 11.10 a.m. They returned by the ordinary 7 p.m. The superintendent (Mr R. C. Garlick), and the secretary, (Mr Geo. Gibson), together with the ladies (Mesdames Olley and Brown, and the Misses McLellan, McCrae, Jenkins, Stephen, and Flood), had made every necessary arrangements as to amuse ments, proisions, prizes, etc., .a fea ture being that each child gdo at leih ?r one prize. Races of all descriptions, tug-of-war, bun-eating contest, etc., filled up the day, and it was a tired but happy crowd of excursionists who caught the 7 p.m,, train for home. The picnic was in every sense success ful, and it is estimated that fully 50 were present. Among those who ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Public Notices BUY NOW CLEARING -LINES, suitable for Winter Trade- F MILLINERY. LACES. I)DRES' GOODS. ...FANCY GOOD , &t.... Ritchie's Stores.. ...........FRANKSTON. Establish'-d 1870. ....ALL LINES...... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &C., &c. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all] Trains. ,. Parcels and Lu-"ae?e received a.d promptly delivered. Io.ees aud:,Vehicles for hire. Prices reasonable Letters and Telerouin promptly attended to. J* M has recently :lded to his plant by purchasing 31r. J. l.aurison's cabs. SINGING AND PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS: - Disphrs?natic Ireotthi "g and Singing, £l 10s per term of half-hour each week (eleven weeks); £2 2a per term of two half-hours. Piano--Sl 10l per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO- p R.' W. JONES General Stor-ekeeper, CARRUFI. FOR GROCIt:IVS. :.DH.PERY, IIARDWARE, l0 H 'd, SHOES. &c. BRAN, CHAFF'. ' TI , BPARLEY, WHEAT, POLL 1 i:t i. T'O'A 'OES. AND ALL GRAI: KEPT IN STOC...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

7 LOCALtAND' CENERAL' ? al SEVERAL items of news.will. befound 1 on our fourth p'age. Iteport of Morning- pi ton council held over. ai Ad A COUPLE of Frankston ladies were d successful last week in drawing a prize of .h eight guineas in one of Tattersal's sweeps. . SOMaE very good hay crops have been s grown in the Mornington district this n year. The best so far are those on the fl properties of Messrs Doherty, Dobney y and Dr. Somers. All crops are coming n into " ear" much sooner than umal. BEFORE Justice A'Beckett on Thurs- F day, Mary Mackie brought a divorce suit against William Mackie, at one time se- t cretary of the Fishermen's Union at p lastings. A decree nisi was granted, and the wife was given custody of Ihe child. s INTEIEST is already being shown in the i Stug-of-war at the Frankston Sports on f New Year's Day..A-couple of t9ams from Frankston are forming, and Hastings also intend to send' an eight, so that, with other probable entries, the struggle for the £5 prize i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

F. E.'Hill, Bridgefown, W.A.. writer. " Fri m par-'nal esp:rienoe I cin testify to the efficacy of Clhamberlain's Cough Remedy. Ls st Winter I was trouble I with a very bad cough, and tried Cham herlain's C. uh Relpe ly. Which quickly cured me. Now I keep a bottle tn hand. and take a dose at the first symptom of ia cold, and have never since had a cold or cough." For srle hy all storekoupers. Mr Willi:-m Franais, Launooston, Tas. mania. writcosr y' P)ring the rr'pnt hot spell in Moelboprne, I 1pad a very severe attack of Gsstlitis. i tr:ed many reine dies, but rothiug did me any g?,,d. A friend from QuesnSland, string lioiv ill 1 was. recommeaded me to take Chamber lain's Colic, ('holra Slnd Dimrrhoea IRemedy. I did so, end had only taken about four doses when I obtained relief. I arn a commreciel tr:.vpller, and visit many of tIh mining cel.tipa of 'litn:ani and New Zealand, and wi.l certainlh nevwr gno o? my travels aeain without a nttle of Chamherbin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrht?...

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Frankston Methodist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Frankston Methodist Sunday School. ~----- Anniversary celebrations in connections with the Fraukston' Methodist Sunday School took place on Sunday and Thursday last, and passed off most success fully. Three services were conducted on Sunday. and on Thursday evening an enter tainment was held in the Church. when an excellent programme. as follows. was given :--Action recitation by little girls. When I am Old; dialogue by two scholars, The Irish Servant ; song,'Miss Hind, Child ren's Home: Llower song and chorus, girls ; recitation, Vera Wallace, The Iost-Dollie; .action song, litle-girls-The ýLittle-Cock Sparrow ;gsong. Miss Hind; My.Ain Folk (encored) ; action song,-. little girls, The Children's Angel; action song, little boys:; dialogue, senior scholars," Life's Little Dream. Mrs Webster, Sharp-street, Geelong, Vic., says ""Lome time ato my: store keeper gave me a sample package of Charin berlain's Tablets to try, and I found them so eff-ctive that I bought a bor, and since that t...

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MR DOWNWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

The ministet for eWltes Supply and Agriculture, delivered his first address in connection with the campaign at Kornmburra on Wednesday evening. He said the Government had done good ivork, particularly in connection with the... finances. The Country party of 26 inenbers did' nod sit behind the Goverment for four and a bhlf years withoqt jts bringing in wat they believed to be beneficial legis lat.on. 13it they hod*' reaison 't change their attitude: The finadncial achievements of the Government were not lost sight qf by the Country parly, nor was their dealing wyith he licensingl Dprblel, lby 1?i.saltigo" to reduce the number. of hqtcls paricu, larly in'sluh' distrcts. 'Tis own pro posal to overc.ie th liejilulty'" of providin' comnensatioq was adoipted by the Gy;eF'jrnent . Thirse bad ralso: been S telTssification .|of a ires, d, Pure Foods Act; and MIr: Elwo, Mlead was brought here to assiis in the soitle ment of,the irrigationi problemins' Mr Swiliurne had placed.the irrigation vo...

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The State Ministry. MORNINGTON ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

The State: Ministry. MORNINGTON ELECTORATE. Tuesday, November 17th; has been fixed as polling day, for' the by-elec tions. Tuesday last was nomination day, and the' deputy returning officer for the Mornifigton Electorate (~fr Linklater) attended' at Frankston, .Messrs' Downward and Heagney lodg ing their deposits. Without loss of time the Labor can didate (Mr Heagney) commenced his campaign at Korumburra on Monday evening last, and has been busy dur ing the week at different towns within the electorate. On Tuesday evening Mr Heagney spoke to a small atten dance at Frankston, and at the con clusion of his address Mr Warde, M.L.A., (member for Kensington) gave a masterly speech on the political si tuation. Both the candidate and Mr Warde referred in scathing 'terms to Messrs Downward, Hunt and Bowser as "political twisters." Mr Heagney, after his opening re marks concerning his candidature, re ferred to the Bent administration as out of date, and Sir Thomas, like out of-date machinery...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Public Notices. Mornington Shire Pound. s.i Impounded November 10th, '08- Light Jersey, COW, 8 near rump. di If not claimed and expenses paid to be Li sold December 9th, '08. W . DUNN, - Poundkeeper. Sorr.erviiie Social Club. a THE ANNUAL PICNIC Will be held NEW "EAR'S DAY. Watch for full particula.s later on. JAMES E. TAYLOR, Hon Sec e ..NOTICE! ! . A LL CATTLE, etc., Trespassing on R my Propertyandon Roadsladjoining - Will be Impounded. - -The Wind-up- Of the series of Euchre Parties in aid of the Frankston Brass Band's funds. will be held in the Mechanics's Hall on WEDNESDAY NEXT. NOVz MlEnX ISTH. Euchre from 8 to I . Dance to follow. Admission-Gents Is 6d, Ladies bring refreshments. Auction sales. -SPECIAL CATTLE SALE- BITTERN, Thursday, 19th November ALEX. SCOTT & CO. will hold a SPECIAL SALE as above, when they will offer 6 milkers 12 springers 10 backward do 14 dairy heifers, 2 to 2? yrs. 12 store cows 20 store bullocks, 34 to 4 yrs. 30 Steers, 21 to 3 yrs 20 do i yrs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

For Season's Trade C. DAI MAN, Frai Stan = BOlT .TnRE, In prepared to Fill All Saonable. Reqiirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD- GGOQS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the, Beach. LADIE'9 AND GENTS.' IGHT BOOTS & SHOES REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED OOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. !'T. RITCHIE AND. CO. PFANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store, 'All kinds of Producel n Stock. - Headache, Indigestion, Constipation arnd Biliousness. The immcnm:e nnt::;cr of ordern for Froitoidds,.,e... 'ry p. :.t Liruct to ::.e Pr' prirt:r, is cu.ir : proof t'.at the. Puhblic a i-"riat t ir i!t-A.iid.d i-ar:ng power over the alacoe-n i.d Co:.iplai,.ts. F ootoid:,lr -,r ; c. t.i:ui .a :.,.a reo nccan pleasant to t.":.." toy ar.) i:.i lisll.i-1y more viua.iaet": t c.: ;it.ary :;."e they~ rrtmor a fr.:.,t .. - I,->·· t : and int-rnal or i-i- . .a. -:ei, 3:_.'a'L rs matter that is clt .'. i .-g11 'n ad C1i:im:g the channels tlht 1, ad o, :'nd from them. The ...

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FRANKSTON METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

° F?RAKSTON 'METHODIST. The above zahool- held its annual picnic at Rallam Park on Monday last (King's Birthdav) and the event passed off most successfully. The scholars were conveyed to the spot in waggons in the morning, and had quite a long and enjoy able day's outinm. REces were indulged in; a tug-of-war (Frankston v. Langwarrin Methodists) proved very exciting. it hav ing eventually to be declared a draw, as the t*asion was so great that the rope broke. A ildies' pull between the same places ended in favor of the Frankston ladies. After the picnic'the children were conveyed to the schoolroom, Frank ston. where games, etc., were merrily indulged in, and, after an excellent supper, the day's enjoyment was brought to a very apppropriate close.. S- Bick:Heridncheausnally 'eslts from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be eorrected by taking a medium dose sf Chamberlain's Tablets.- Try, them and ie convinced. Whhea (aken as soon as the first indication of the attack appear...

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Sunday School Picnics. MORNINGTON METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Sunday School Picnics. MORNINGTON METHODIST. The Mornington Methodist Sunday school held its annual picnic at Balcomb's creek on King's Birthday, under most favorable conditions, the weather being all that could be desired The children were conveyed to the rendezvous in three drags, leaving the school at 9.30 a.m. and returning about 7 p.m. There were also several bugglei, which' conveyed the parents and friends later in the day. Needless to say the:children enjoyed themselves to the:fnllest extent, and did ample justice to the good things provided, as also did the parents and friends. A pleasant portion of the day's proceedings were the numerous races for the children, which were keenly contested, and the prizes offered were a credit to the management of the school. Visitors present voted the picnic a grand outing, and muchppreciated the-kind Iess and sociability of all. r

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

TYABB. On Tuiesday morning I' t r Geo. H Slocombe met with " very painful accident. He was leading a mare, after having done some ploughing, when the animal reared and struck out with both fore-feet, one hoof narrowly missing Mr Slocombe's shoulder, whilst the other came in contact with his face, cutting a nasty gash above the right eye. Owing to a small artery being severed, the victim lost a lot of blood before he reached Somerville, whither he was driven with all possible haste. Dr. Griffeth found it necessary to insert several stitches, and order the patient to have complete rest for a time, expressing the opinion that with rest and proper care, he would soon be out and about again. On Wednesday evening last the con cert and dance in aid of the local gymnastic club was held. Although the hall was not crowded to the doors (a thing hardly to be expected, owing to prejudice), the concert was very successful and much. appreciated by those who attended. -The chair was occupied by Dr ...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

DROMANA. '7 A .ketch, which was chartered ;by Mr Charles Malouf, who has erected a fine wooden building to be used , as a store, arrived the other evening from Melbodrne-. She had a 'large?g-eneral cargo aboard. That is a sure proof that the little plictiiresque township is going ahead, when one merchant can charter a vessel to convey his stores to Dromaria. The I.O.R. Juniors celebrated their anniversary oin Fridiy of last week. lMr N. Rudduck was in the chair, and. gave an interesting address. The programme was as follows :-'Recita tion, Miss A. Lawrence; dialogue, in character, Messrs N. Balyer and C. Rigg; dialogue, " Ien and Women's Rights" (splendidly given), Misses Adams, and Messrs Rigg. A cantata, entitled "Snow-white," was well per formed, the characters being :-Miss A. Singleton, Queen; Miss R. Rud duck, Princess Snowwhite; ; Master R. Joyes, Prince; Master R. Clydesdale, Carl the huntsman; dwarfs, R. and W. Dyson, N. Balyer, C. Rudduck and R Jones; children of the forest...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 14 November 1908

Tennis. Far more interest would be mani fested in tennis circles if an Associa -tic-weres formed.£oaneu swinterfr the following courts: - Frianksni, " ' Dromana, Mornington, Balnarring, Hastings and Somerville, the teams to play for a Pennant. It is to be hoped that secretaries and members of the different clubs will give this matter consideration. Football and cricket Associations have been ar ranged within the past 12 months, and tennis enthusiasts should not be behind in the formation of a :competi-, . tion. An enjoyable match (men's fours), took place on King's Birthday morn ing, between teams representing Frankston and St. Paul's Young Men's Union, on the court of the former. The sets on the whole wvere fairly even, and after some interesting play the home team were victorious by 10 games. The scores were: Messrs P. Wallace and 0. Pettit (F.), beat Messrs Goode and Patrick (St. P.), 6-3, 6-3, 6-1. Messrs Marsh and Bowlie (St. P.), beatMessrs E. Reynolds and R. Cum mins (F.), 6-...

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Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

Our Letter Box. (We do not necessarily identify our.,l1.es with the opinions expressed by cerrespondents.) TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. Sir,-At the election of a member for the Legislative Assembly, on the 17th of the present month, at the State school here, two gentlemen seat by the returning officer from Dromana held the offices respectively of Deputy Returning Officer and Poll Clerk, to the extreme indignation of the resi dents here, it being considered a re flection on them that there were nottwo capable persons belonging to the dis trict who were able to fulfil the above offices. There are several here who would be quite ready and; willing to undertake the duties and who would give every satisfaction, therefore it is to be hoped that an alteration will be made at future elections, so as to avoid the slur on the people of this locality. I am, etc., " DISGUSTED." Rye, Nov. 18th, '08.

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MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

MORNINGTON O SOMERIG VILLE.TO L. Harrison, senr., b Thornell... 4 F. Parsons, b Thornell ...... 1 J. Barratt. b . ... 9 Cavill, c Clarke, b' Grant ... 25 S. Jones, b Thornell 0 Fairbairn, b Thornell ... ... 5 Jenkins, b ...... Grover, c Coleman, b Thornell 2 Harrison, junr., c and b Grant... 1 Marshall, e Gault, b Thornell ... 3 Mowbra , not out .. ... O bundries ... ... 15 Total ... ... 62 Bowling-C. Thornell 8 for 26, Taylor 0 for 16, G. Grant 2 for 5. SOMERVILLE. Martin. c and b Marshall ... ... 5 Gault, c Barrett, b Parsons ... 15 Gomm, c Parsons, b Jenkins ... 38 Clarke. c Fairbairn, b Parsons ... 3 Webb, b Parsons ... . ... ... 0 Reed, bJones ... ... .. 14 Coleman, b Jones ... ... ... 6 Taylor, b Cavill ... ... ... 20 Grant, b Parsons ... ..... P. Thornell, not out ... ... 33 C. Thornell, b Mowbray ... ... 16 Sundries ... ... ... 4 Total ... ... ... 154 Bowling-J. Jenkins 1 for 31 ; Marshall 1 for 46, Parsons 4 for 30, Jones 2 for 16, Cavill 1 for 16, Mowbray 1 for 3, Barrett ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. FRANKSTOWN v. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 21 November 1908

RIILE SIOOTIZG. FRANKSTON v. PRAHRAN. This match was fired at Frankston on Saturday last, when lrahran won by 47 points. Scores: FInANKSTON. 200. -? . ?-=-L T~ t R. Llo.yd 30 33 63 W. Oates 32 31 63 H. Lloyd 32 30 62 J. Moseley 31 30 61 C. Grant 30 29 59 S. Walker 29 29 58 S. Corlett 29 29 58 G. Denyer 31 22 53 J. Lloyd 27 22 49 C. Dalman 23 24 47 Total .... --- 573 PnlHIAN. 200 300 Total Candy 34 32 66 J. H. Oates 31 34 65 Keatle 31 34 65 Sutton 32 33 65 Rundle 33 30 63 Elvens 30 32 62 Young 30 32 62 Pratt 31 28 59 Chislhom 30 28 58 Hatswell 27 28 55 Total ... ... 620

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