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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

MOOROODUG. The severe heat of last Sunday caused a great.loss to the growers of small fruits, gooseberries and straw berries suffering severely. One grower estimated his loss at half a ton of the fruit. The scarcity of labor for pick iug is also telling against the growers, who are working from early till late to cope with the rush of lipening fruit. Shearing is in full swing on the farm of James Firch, Esq. Three shearers have been at work for some days. A large number of sheep have been shorn for various other owners, the priincipal being Mr S. Griffiths, whose sheep, being in Jgreat condition, are cutting a heavy fleece of wool, the number of bales filled justifying the belief that wool growing in this locality will give a handsbme return for ,the little trouble. I am sorry to mention that Miss Morris has been very unwell for some days, causing her friends much uneasi ness, but the latest bulletin regarding her health states that slie is slightly better, but that no school will b...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Frankston Court of Petty Sessions.: : ' onday.2Before Messrs Read Mur phy, P.M., C. G. V. Williams, Craw ford, and Woodhouse, J's.P.

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) The H. II. C. is holding another "special" to-night, with a competi tion in elocution for girls attend. ing school. The entry fee is only six pence, and the prizes are 7s and Ss. A good programme has been arranged,.so it is safely expected that a large at tendance will eventuate. On Friday evening of last week the annual social in aid of the Xmas tree was held. Although this event. has only been half attended during the past three years, this year's attendance was evidently a very pleasant surprise to the committee. About :G couples were present, and the ladies provided the refreshments, which is a big sav ing of expense to the committee. The duties of pianist and M1.C. were under taken by Messrs Carey and Devlin respectively, and dancing was kept up till the small lioiurs of the morning, to the satisfaction and enjoyment of all. Od Sunday last, the Rev.- H. J. Harvey's departure from' the usual routine was very suc...

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FLINDERS. (Copies of THE STANDARD can be obtained from Mr J. Sim[?]nds). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

C(Copies of T'iu"' STA??xA!i.ca be- obtainod 1ry fr: nm Mr J. Sim.annds). ; The ainnual mentirig of inembeirs of the Flitderrs anld Distri?C I?,cing clul will bo leld at the FliUders hotel this eveiing. .It is proposcd.to' hold races on New Year's Day. The club has a credit balance of £16(.*

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CARRUM v. RICHMOND MASCOTTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

CARRUTI v. RICHMOND. MASCOTTES. These teams met at Carrum on Saturday last, the result being a com fortable win for Carrum. Scores: CMAiUt M. A. Rinby, c Volgt, b Deane ... 11 A. Forsyth, b Dean e ...3... T. Bethune, c Deane, b Curtis 20 Scown, b McKelson ... 3 C. Rigby, c Bryne b Voigt 18 H. Steel, run out 16 W. Billings. run out ... ... 16 Sundries ........ 3 Total 5 wickets for ... ... 90 Bowling.-Deane 2 for 17, Voigt 1 for 16, Curtis I for 24, MIcKelson 1 for 16, McAllan 0 for 17. RICIi)(OND Y MASCOTTES. Deane, b Young ... ... ... 6 Curtis, cA. Rigby, h Young ...28 Bryne, c Harbour. b C. R{igby... 2 Green. b C. Rligby 2 McKelson, run out 0 Voigt, stpd.. b T. Bethune .. 24 McAllar, c Forsyth, b U. Rigby 0 E. DeLeon, b C. Rigby.... ... 8 Black, b 1. Bethune 4 O'Connell, not out 0 Sundries ... ... 5 Total 9 wichets for ... b82 Bowliug.-C. Rtigby 4 for 17, A. Young 2 for 19. '1. Bethune 1 for 19, Steel 0 for 14, A. Rih:by, 0 for 6, J. Bethune 1 for The following are the fixtures in...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

POSITION OF CLUBS. Club. o C - Tyabb 3 3 0 0 12 Frankston 3 2 0 1 10 "Somerville 3 1" 1 1 6 Hastings 3 1 2 0 4 lmornington 3 1 2 0 4 Balnarring 3 O 3 0 0

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Cricket. We are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, and would ask secretaries or captains of contesting teams to arrange to forward complete scores of matches as early in the week as possible, accompanied by any de serving remarks on the play. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. SMatches in connection with the above Association on Saturdayproved, on the whole, very even, and some good games ensued. Frankston v. Somer ville (at Frankston) as was anticipated, resulted in a very close game, the match eventually concluding in a draw. Frankston were sent to the wickets first, and made a splendid stand, only having tour wickets down when they closed their innings for 202. Bennie Baxter and A. D. Box capped the list, each making the creditable score of 67. The former gave . first-class exhibition of forceful cricket, some of his hits being very fine (one drive landed on the pavilion) and the latter also made his runs in a masterly and attractive style. Kennedy batted well for 32...

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In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

In Memoriam. N?ot with deeds of valour, By which the soldier won his famte, But with deeds that are more noble I couple David's name; And fain would give him honOr That's justly due to him, But miy hand is very shaky And my eyes are growing dim. While smiling bounteous Spring, In all its loviliness, `Seems bu, a mockery, And iimy spirits more depressed.I His parents' grief for their young scn 'My soul with anguish wrings, Who oin his yo?.thi has done so much, And promised greater things, We're mdlyistaying here A miss on to fulfil, And whatever God appoints .. It is His holy wi!l. To this our faith has taught us . Submissively to bow, On earth D.ve's done his duty, And I feel lie's happy now, A true and generous friend, A wiorthy, loving saiu, .. Fulfillitig that high duty Which many leave undone. By well repaying his parents' love To himiso'freely given, Till: God bade him leave then in His care. ' And called D ave honme to Hcaven. Hxasu Ttor. Flinders, 2l5-11 'OS.. E. E. Hill, Bri...

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HASTINGS v. BALNARRING. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

HLASTINGS v. 1ALNARRING. Callanan, c, b Roberts ... 2 G. Myers, b-Sheehey ... ... 1 B. Osiin, bRoberts ... ... 6 H. Davies, not out ....... 11 E. Buckley. b Roberts . ... 0 Stanley. b Roberts ... 5 Callanan, b Roberts ... ... 7 Johnstone, b Orsino ... ... 27 Birch, c. b Orsino ... ... 3 *T. Davies, b Orsino ....... 0 Grey, b Marrabella 0 Sundries -...... 4 Total ... .. ... 75 Bowling - Marrabella 1 for 0, Ro berts 5 for 35, D. Reid, jnr, 0 for 11, S. Orsiuo 3 for 7, W. Sheehey 1 for I9. HASTINGS. Reid, c Myers, b Stanley ... .. 1 J. Ward, b Myers ..... ... 12 Knox, c Callinan, b Delaney ... 25 Orsino, c, b Johnson .. 3 WV. Sheehey, c. b Stanley ... 1 Roberts, c, b Johnson ... 24. M. Carmichael, run out . ... 35 A. T. Denham, b Davies ... ... 3 A. Sheehey, b Davies ... ... 4 DMarrabella, b Johnson ... ... 3 Perrott. not out ... ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... Total ... .. ...121 Bowling-T. Stanley 2 for 30, Callanan 0 for 7, H. Davies 2 for 25, Myers 1 for 16, Johnstone 3 for 19.

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MORNINGTON v. TYABB. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

MORNINGTON v. TYABB. MOIflNIN;TON. Cavill. b Floyd ... ... ... 6 F. Parsons. b Floyd ... ... Menck. c & b Floyd ... J. Barratt. c Whitehead, b Floyd 1 Marshall. b J. Baker ... ... 15 Jenkins, b ,, ... ... 4 Fairbairn. b .. ....... 8 L. Harrison, b ,, (0 Grover, b ... 0 Mowbray, not out 2 Luplan b J. Baker ... 2 Sundries ... 2 Total ... ... 55 Bowling-Floyd 3 for 21, J. Baker 7 for 32. TYABB. W. Baker, b Parsons ...... 27 J. Grant, b Marshall ... . 10 A. E. Denham, b Parsons .. 21 Slocombe, c Menck, b Parsons ... 6 Floyd, b MIenck ... 2 H. Unthank, c Mowbray, b Menck 3 Whitehead, b Jenkins ... ... 48 Mills. b Cavill ... ... ... 14 Noble, not out ... ... ... 19 Young, b Mowbrav 4 Baker, c Mowbray. b Jenkins ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 15 Total ... ... 170 Bowling : .enkins 2"for135, Marshall 1 for 33. Parsons 3 for 28, Menck 2 for 21, Cavill 1 for 20, Mowbray 1 for 18.

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BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

BALNA R INC. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from 31r E. G. Stone.) A well-attended lieeting of the Emu Plains Racing Club was held at the Or. Jo an Davies was in the chair. It was decided to hold the annual races on Monday, December 28th, s7 as to allow of a dance being held. A committee was appointed, consisting of Messrs H. Downward, T. Stanley, H. Davies, A. Johnston, P. Vansuy len, jun., James Wlhite, J. Riley, John White, C. Graves, G. AMycis, J. Con nell, J. Turner, W. Mairs and E. Buckley. A programme of eight events was drawn up, four each for backs, and ponies, particulars of which will be advertised in due course. It was decided to invite tenders for the publican's booth, and coffee stall. A working bee will be held on Thursday, December 3rd, at the course, when Messrs White Bros. will disc the track with their new plough. The club has a credit balance of £7 15s 9d. The hon. sec., MTr J. Buckley, jun., was voted a guinea for his services in connection with the fir...

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Property Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Property Market. J. Livingstone and C:., Morning ton, report having sold the following properties by private con tract: On account of ,Mr T. Thornell, brick .villa, Albert Street, iMornington, to Miss A. W. Raven ; on account of Mir C. Crowley, 4 acres adjoining railway, to Mr R. Chapman; on ac count of Annesleigh Syndicate, " Dry wood," 660 acres 2 roods 26 perches, to Mr C Graves; on account of the Melbourne Permanent Building So ciety, 4 acres and cottage, Point Nepean road, to Mr D. G. Hill; on account of Mr B. Brown, 3 acres, Point Nepean road, to Mr D. G. Hill; on account of Mr J. F. Wilson, 15 acires, orchard and house to Mr H. L. Proby, of Kyabram; on account of [Dr. D. 0; White, 22' acres- and 17 perches arid .house, to the Misses Geddes, of' Kew; on account of Mr W.' G:SSiift, ' acre and villa, Tanti Avenue; Mornington. ' Total sales, £4,638 6s 3d Mrs Webster, Sharp-street, Geolong. Vie., says: "Some time aro my store keeper gave me asample package of Cham. berlain's Table...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Public Notices BUY NOW CLEARING LINES, suitable for SPRING & SUMMER . MILLINE R Y, LACES, DRESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOODS, &c.... ' Ritchie's Stores.. ........... FRAN KSTON . Established 1870. ......ALL LINES...... BOOTS. DRAPERY, &c., &C. J. MILLARD, CARIIEER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meetl alli Trains. Parcels and Luggace received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses anduVehicles for hire, Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. T.. M has recently added to his plant by purchasing Mr. J. Laurison's cabs. SINGING n-D PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMr: - Diaphramatic Breathing and Singing, .1 lOs per term of half-hcur each week (eleven weeks); £. 2s per term of two half-hours. Piano--C1 10a per term of one hour per week. ICUR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUCI, FOR GROCERIES, DEAPERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES. &c. BRAN, CHAFF, OA&T, BARLEY, WHEAT, POLLARD, POTAIOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. Al...

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Tennis. ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Tennis. ROSEBUD. Rosebud was en fate last Saturday, when the new tennis court was opened with great eclat. The site is cosily situated midway between the road and the beach, and is surrounded by um brageous trees and scrub. The com mittee deserve great credit for the energy they had displayed in construct ing such an excellent court. J. A. G. Robertson, Esq., Dromana, in the absence of the Minister of Water Supply, in a most suitable speech performed the opening cere mony. He congratulated the residents of Rosebud on their enterprise in establishing such a pretty court, and hoped it would prove a source of healthy.recreation for all. In com paring the various pastimes, he con sidered.that tennis, as a game, sur passed all others in sociability. At cricket the batsman may be dismissed for a " duck," and thereby spend the remainder of the afternoon simply' witnessing the play of his more success ful club mates, whereas, at tennis, the good and poor player alike, contest, at least, a s...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. TO-DAY (Saturday), the Colonial Sugar Co. hold their annual picnic at Morning ton. THE secretary of the Frankston and Hastings shire, as per announcement, will visit Hastings every Tuesday for the transaction of shire business. The secretary of the Frankston rifle club desires to acknowledge the receipt of a donation of £2/21- from G. Grice, Esq., towards the club. A CONCERT and dance, in aid of the Balnarring'cricket club, will be held in thehall, as per advertisement, on Friday 'next, December 4th. THE altered business announcement of Messrs Malony and Williams, the big busy Richmond drapers, will appear in our next issue. TENDERS are invited by the Emu Plains Racinglclub for the publican's booth and coffee and refreshment stall at the races on 28th December. THE following is the visitors' list at Osborne House, Frankston, (Mrs Bar clay) for the week-Rev. Mr Ye-Wton, Mrs Newton, Mrs Gibson, nurse and child. Mnr C. P. Stanway, the well-known tailor, is now showin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Chronic ndigestion. AN IRISHMAN'S STORY. The following etory tells in plain Anglo-Saxon what results may be rea lised if the correct course is adopted in similar circunmstanccs to those dealt with by Mir. John Murphy, of No. 10 Johnston-street. Fitzroy, who said to our reporter:- "Ev-r since I was a youngster in the good old county of Cork, Ireland, un til a few years ago, when I was keeping a tobacconist shop in Swranston-stroet, I was a keen sufferer from liver troubles." "Tlihen you know what chronic in digestion is?" interrupted the re porter. "I thlink I ought to," was the re ply, "and by the same token I know what a lucky man I mini to have got rid of my long-standiing afflictions. Would you believe mie now if I told you that : iti! recent years I didn't realise the pleasure of feeling all right after tak ing food? Well, it's a fact. Before hand I might take the smallest quan tity of nourislnuet necessary to keep a man alive, and yet I'd feel as much upset as if I had been swa...

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Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Dandenong Market. Alex. Scott and Co. report :-Dairy cattle-A fair supply, but no first quality milkers forward.- The :market was weak at lower rates. Best milkers *in made to £7 5s; medium to `£5 10s, others from £3. Springers, best in £5 10s to £7, medium £4 to £5. The following were the principal lots: Alilkers--V. Hardy one at £7 5s, J. Frazer two to £7 2s 6d, J. Leamon one at £7, C. t:utler one at £7, F. McKenna one a" £6 15s. Springers-V.. Hardy five to £7, A. Dyer two to £6 15s, Rev. Steele one at £6 5s, J. Henry five to £5/7/6. A fair supply of store and young cattle, the demand for which was weak at lower prices. Store cows 50s to 57s 6d, 2-yr.-old heifers to 55s, year ling steers to 88s, poddies 10s to 18s. Pigs-A good supply of all descrip tions. All classes of baconers met with keen demand at fully late rates. Por kers were slightly easier. Good strong bacon stores were very firm, but slips and . suckers w-r' decidedly lower. Best baconers t- £4 4s, medium to £3 5s; best...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

-=DR. GRIFFITH -I HAS REMOVED to Danby Lodge, op LL posite Mrs Mark Thornell's store, Eramossa Road, Somerville. Frankston Athletic SPORTS To be held in the OVAL, FRAXKSTON PARK, ON NEW YEAR'S DY,- '09. Under the Patronage ani Subject to the V.A.L. and L.V.W. gules and Han?icappers. OFFICIALS President-Capt. S. Sherlock; Vice presidents-Dr Wilkinson and Mr C. G. V. Williams, J.F. ; Treasurer-Mr F. C. Chamberlin ; Referee (cycling) -Mr W. Gleeson ; Referee (pedes trian)-Mr Mark Williams ; Judges Messrs A. Shannon, C. Dalman, M. Williams and E. M'Comb; Starter Lap Scorer-Dr Wilkinson ; Colour Steward--Mr 0. Pettit; Time-keeper -Mr F. Stokes; Heon. Surgeon-Dr Wilkinson; Handicappers for open pedestrian events-Mr M. Williams; Handicappers for local events-Messrs A. Shannon, C. Dalman and C. Willox; Clerk of Course-Constable Stephen son; Committee-Messrs ML Williams, C. Pownall, W. Richardson, A. D. Box, A. Shannon, A. Walker, C. \Villox, E M1'Comb, J. Sheridan, A. H. Gregory, W. Schultz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Frankston BOAT RTflE, Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable REquirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. * LADIES 'AAND GENTS. TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED BOOTS and SEOES MADE to OBDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. C.All kinds of Producel n Stock.. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -o0 The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are inuncnsely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blo"id, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous nmatter that is clo;ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial effects of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 28 November 1908

Bereavement Notices.   MR. AND MRS HENRY CAIRNS desire to tender their sincere THANKS to their numerous friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes dur- ing their sad bereavement. "' Cherry Bank." Fingal, 24th November, 1908. hti h Staiubadb. PUBLISrHD EVERy SATURDAY feorftTNG. 'Notiing extenuate., nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY. NOVESBER 28.

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