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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 December 1908
For, Season's Trade C. DAL)MAN, Frankston BOfn' n'r , Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIES' AND GENTS.' TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED' - Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. g?All kinds of Produce) n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat Only Kept. .............. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. 0 The immense nua:ler of orders for Frontids. s:nt. by pci.:t direct to the Pro princtr, is i-nvliniting proof icl i. the Public ::ppr-'i:.:- their splendid curing power over tihe ::hlve-namend comnplaints. -. .l?F totclRs cle .-;i ' i: uappearanuco and Pliea-sait to t;l!.,; t!:e are ilntlunsely more val.abl?. i.tan ;...
Flinders Flower Show. SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 December 1908
Flinders Flower Show., SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. The annual flower show at Flinders was held in the Mechanics' hall on the afternoon and evening of Saturday, November 21st. This event.certainly does not lose in popularity as time goes on, but each exhibition has shown an increase in magnitude as compared with the previous one. Although the show is held annually under the aus pices of the Flinders Agricultural and Horticultural Society, it can certainly claim to be more than a mere off-shoot of the "big show." In reality what has now grown into a very thriving little country Society is the outcome of the first flower.show organised by the ladies of the district some two years ago. As in previous years (with the exception of AMr D. M. Maxwell, who acted as honorary secretary on this occasion) the ladies were the principal workers, and are entitled to the main share of the credit for the success of the undertaking. Owing to so many ladies and gentlemen having given their very best efforts...
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 December 1908
SATURDAY. DECEMBER d. LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE next sitting of the Iratkston police court has been tired for December 21st. T'he annual licensing court will be held at Mornington on December 19th. TIfe Postal Department has accepted the tender of the well-known telegraph line contractor, Mr W. Gibson, Droinana, for the supply of 171 poles, at the price of £167 15s. ArTER a spirited debate, interspersed with many personal charges, the Bent Ministry was on Thursday defeated as the result of a direct no-contidence mo tion by 37 to 25 votes. Mi;. Mark Brody will hold an auction sale of furniture and other goods at his mart, Frankston, on Wednesday next, 9th December. The miscellaneous quan tity pf goods includes some splendid lots. See advertisement in this issue. --TurieE is). every probability. of the clam:pion axemiiu, W. -J. Mclaten, of. Gippsland, competing, in the wood chopping contest at the Frankston Sports on New Yea-'s Day. The brothers McLaren are champion choppers, and it is a...
St. Peter's Sunday School, Mornington. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 December 1908
St. Peter's Sunday School, Mornington &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. The anniversary of the above was held &nbsp; in St. Peter's Unurch last Sunday after noon, when a large number attended. Special hymns were sung by the children, and W. Brett, Esq., officiated, and gave a most interesting and appropriate address. On Monday evening the children and their friends attended in the school hall, when a programme was rendered by the scho lars, after which the prizes were presen ted. The following were the prize takers : Special church prizes were awar ded to Claude Parsons, Leslie Coxhell, Tom Coxhell, Muriel Townsend, Hilda Townsend. First class girls - Gertie Garlick 1. Laura Parsons 2, Ivy Down ward 3. Second class girls-Nellie Golds 1, Ada Stone and Edie Parsons 2. Third class girls-May Stone 1, Ivy Stone 2, Lily Garlick 3. First class boys-Tom Coxhell 1, Leslie Coxhell 2, Fred Randall 3. Second class boys-A...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 December 1908
SORRENTO. A rather serious accident happened to a young fellow named Flately, son of Ser- geant-Major Flately, late of Franklin Barracks. He was riding a bicycle on his way to work, and when about the Church of England, the fork of the machine broke, and the rider was thrown to the ground, sustaining very nasty face wounds, splitting his lip, and losing seve ral teeth. He was taken to Dr. Bough- ton's surgery, had several stitches put in and the wounds dressed. The funeral of the late Mrs B. Sutton, senr., took place on Saturday afternoon, and was largely attended. A number of beautiful flowers were placed on the grave, including a wreath from the resi- dents of Sorrento. The prospect of having another good season is predicted. All the furnished houses have been engaged for Christmas and two or three weeks following
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
WEALTH. The Re ward ofT rift Without Gambling ! Without Speculation ! ! Without Risk.! ! I Invest Your Savings in Government PHEMIUM BONDS. They are guaranteed as to principal and nterest consequently as safe as British Consols. They bear fixed-interest in most cases from 2 to 4 per cent. and give the holders the chance of acqtirinr a fortune by periodical Drawings with 7rizes from £24.000 down to £20. A shoemaker whose wages were only 25/: per week has drawn the First Prize of £24,000. Of the Ottoman Government Railroad Bonds, which he bought only two months before for .6 lOs They appeal alike to the man with thous ands and the man with shillings. EASY TERMS (from 10/- per month) of Payment if desired. Write a postcard for descriptive Bookletto A4glo-Amorican Finance Corporation, 41 King William 5t, LogDON, EC. EN?L?Ax r. 7988 Mrr William Wallacc, Tarrawarra. Roto, via lillston. N.5.1V., writes: "I make it a point to always keep Chamberlain's Cough l:eenody in the house, having nev...
CARRUM v. ALL SAINTS' C.C., NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
CARRUi1 v. ALL SAINTS' 0.0., NORTHCOTE. This match was played on the cricket oval on Saturday afternoon, December 5th. and proved an enjoyable game, which resulted in a win for Carrum by 28 runs. T. Bethune captained the home team, and A. Seidell the visitors, who were in rap tures over their outing, and hoped it would not' be he last time to visit the pretty. seasiel'villiage.' Scores:-I OAIRUIM. C. Rigby, c Harris, b Corbeu ... 25 T. Bethune, b Swift . ... A. Forsyth, std. b Richardson ... 1 H. Steel, c Seidell, b Corbeu ... 33 J. Bethune, b Harris ;... ... 8 Baxter, b Harris ... ... ... 8 Billings. b Corbeu . E. Falkingham, stpd. b Corbeu 1 Huston, b Harris... 3 S I. Forsyth, b Harris ... ... A. Young, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 4 Total . .. 84 B ,wlin?-Corbeu 3 for 37, Harris 4 f,.r 2, Swift 2 for 29, Richardson 1 for 12, ' ALL SAINTa'. S Rihardson. c Huston, b Steel G g Corben b Steel ... ... .. 11 Swift, b Steel .. ... d Harris, c ind b T. Bethune .. 5 V Whitelaw, not ...
SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
--SOMERVILLE V. HASTINGS. iIASTI'r?C. J. Ward. b Gomm .. 14 W. Sheehey, c Murray, b Grant ... 16 ]eid, c Coleman, b Grant ... 9 Knox. b Gomm ... ... ... 11 Roberts, b Grant ... ... ... 3 nM. Carmichael, Gomm ... ... 8 Orsino, b Gomm ... ... ... 0 Mentiplayv, not out .. ... ... 13 A. Sheehey, b Taylor ... ... 1 Marra;bella. run out... ... ... 1 Kay. h Collins ..... ..... 2 Sundries ... ....... 3 Total ... ... ... ... 78 Bowling-C. Thornell 0 for 13, Taylor 1 for 19, G. Grant 3 for 18, Gomm 4 for 24, s Collins 1 for 3. CoMkE:RVILLE. Grant, b W. Sheehey ... ... 29 Martin. .. ... 27 Coleman, b , ... ... ... 8 C. Thornell, b Marabella ... ... 2 S. S. Gault, b W. Sheehey ... 45 Taylor, c Reid, b T. Roberts ... 43 Gomm, Lb.w., b , .... ... 3 I. Thornell. c. b ,..... ... 8 Clarke, a Sheeh y, b ,,... ... 1 F. Murray, not out ... ... ... 2 Collins, l.b.w., b W. Sheebey ... 0 Sundries ... ... .. 14 Total ... ... ... 212 Bowling - Marrabella 1 for 24, Ro berts 4 for 131, S. Orsino 0 for 25, W. ...
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Frankston vi ited Mornington on Saturday in connection with the above competition, and after an extraordinary close finish were victorious by one run. The home team went to the wickets first, and compiled a total of 129 runs (Luplan 33 not ot, Jenkins 30, and Marshall 23 batted well). Frankston replied with 130, which, considering there was only one wicket down for almost half the total, was a rather weak response. Baxter was again to the fore with a well-made 43, Aitken (20) Robertson (19) and Burton (13 not out) being tlU" next highest. Somerville scor I a decisive victory over Hastings on their own ground. The visitors put up a total of 78, to which W. Shephey (16), Ward (14), Mentiplay (13'not out) and Knox (11) were the chief :contributors: - Somer rille performed sph-ndidly with the bat, and brought the score to 212 before the last wicket fell. Gault, Taylor, Grant, Martin and C. Thornell, with 45, 43, 29, 27 au:d 23 respectively, each gave good exmibiti...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
TYABB. The annual concert in aid of the prize fund of the general picnic, which will be held on January 6th, was the most successful ye: held for the pur pose. Over £6 were raised, and as the committee are spending £5 in prizes, there will be a decent amount left for incidental expenses. A long programme was submitted, and each item was greatly appreciated. The entertainment terminated with a farce given by Messrs Will Thompson, Parsons, and Bidgood, who came out from M.ornington to assist. The store occupied by Mrs Whit bourne had a very narrow escape from demolition on Monday afternoon last, just after the storm had blown its worst. It is thought that a spark from a neighboring chimney had lodged in a starling's nest and had been smoulder ing before it broke out properly. Mr Whitbourne had just come home, when he noticed smoke espl,:ng through the roof. He immediately sent for assist ance, and started throwing water over the seat of the blaze. Messrs it. and G. Slocombe and :Walke...
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
... RifleShooting... -- FRANiSTON v. SOUTH MEL BOURNE. This mth, fired at Franksto "0i Saturday resultedin the visitors win ning by 15 points. Frankston were without one or two of their r'gular mark mein, but on the whole scored well, the: consistent Lynch being oitc: more at the top of the list, with a total of 66-33 at each range. Scoes: Pr..LNKsTON. 500 600 Total J. Lynch 33 33 I; R. L!oyd 33 32 65 C. Willox 32 31 65 S. Corlutt :;2 31 63 G Deyecr 31 30 61 J. Shand 32 28 ";v C. (,rant 24 32 56 W. Oates 28 2'5 . C Dalman 27 .25 52 U. Petrie 31 21 52 Total ... ... 591 SOUTH 3tEL.OI itNE. 500 600 Total Arms:ronu 3"4 32 66 Durrand .?1 30 64 It. Searl 30 3a 63 Allwell 32 31 63 Laurence 31 32 63 Smith 30 31 61 Higi;nbotlhm32 28 60 Reeve 31 25 56 Sutherland 31) 26 56 Shaw 3 - 24 54 Total ... ... 606 MI-s Gen. RLimes. Simpson's Road. Easjlehawk, Vic., writes; '" thamberlin'a Colic. Cholera and DiarrLc t Remedy is the best remedy I know for the treatment of :tl bowel tr.uibleM. My husband ...
Frankston New Year's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
Frankstoni New Year's! Day. Sports. A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Thursday evening, when the following were present: Messrs Mark Williams (chairman), Oates, Pownall, Stephenson, Willox, E. M'Comb, Chamberlin, and W, Pet tit (bon. see). It was decided to replace property loaned to the sports, of which no trace could be found, at the sports'. costs. Several minor matters, re-gatekeepers, etc., were left in the hands of a sub committee. In order to provide variety the services of Newman Bros, expert trick cyclists, and uni-cycle rioers, were secured to give two shows during the afternoon. On the motion of Messrs Chamber lin and McComb, Mr T. Ritchie was added to the committee. The following entries have been re ceived for the pedestrian and wood chopping ei eats. Late entries will be received up to Wednesday next: SIIEFFIaELD HANDICAi, 120 Yds. A Rowland:. Oaklcigh F J Dainty, St Kilda WV Brown, Prohran J F rormey. Malvern J M1 Burke. Port Melbource C P Cassidv Fo...
ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
ST. PAUL'S, FRAN1KSrON. The anniversary services of the above school were held on Sunday last, and proved a thorough success right through. The Rev. Mr Woods occu pied the pulpit morning, afternoon and evening, and gave most instructive and masterly sermons to large congrega tions. On Monday evening the cele brations were continued in the shape of a very pleasing and creditable en tertainment by the children (assisted by several adults) in the Frankston Mechanics' Institute. There was a fair attendance, and the Rev. A. P. McFar. lane capably acted as chairman. The programme presented was a splendid one, and the manner in which the lit tle ones acquitted themselves reflected great credit on tutors and tutored alike. Everything they undertook was gone through in fine style, and the au dience were not slow in showing their appreciation of the children's efforts. The cantata -"Crown of Roses ' was a feature of the evening, and was carried out in a way that would have done credit to ones...
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
MOOROODUC. Th'le anticipation by Mr Jas. Mitchell some time back that he would sell his property, Annesleigh, has now become a fact, lie having obtained the satis faction of securing what he asked. Tihe stock and implements have all gone with the farm at a highly satis factory figure. The crops, of which there are some 45 acres, have also been sold These crops are most even and thick, standing over 3ft high. Paddocks of wheat, not usually grown in the district are looking perfect, and Mr 1Mitchell, I'm sure, will be very sorry to part with the place that has netted hiim such bountiful h.,rvests. 'The residents in general will also miss our genial councillor with his obliging and kindly ways. The long established butchery busi ness of Mr Stephen Absalom having been sold and the trade taken on by his successor, Mr and Mlrs Absalom are now living retired on their farm, and intend enjoying a well earned I rest. The several parties who ventured from home to enjoy the vice-regal pastime o...
Sunday School Festivals. ST. PETER'S, MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
Sunday School Festivals: ST. P TER'S, MORNINGTON. Thle annual picnic of the above was held on Wednesday ?at at .?it. Eliza Church grounds. On this Jocasion the gathering was favored with beautiful weather, and a largu number of chil dren with their parents and friends at tended. They were taken out to the grounds in drags, and spent the day in various amusements. In the afternoon many of the Mt. Eliza friends joined the picnickers, and added much to the enjoyment of the day by their assistance at the games and by their handsome contributions of fruit, etc. At suno down all returned to their homes, after having spent a very happy day.
Frankston Rechabite Tent [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
Frankston Rechabite Tent The quarterly meeting of the above was held on Friday evening, when there was a fair attendance. The offi cers installed for the next six months were :--Chief Ruler, Bro. 0. S. Cor - lett; secretary, Bro. F. A. Wells; treasurer, Bro. G. E. Rogers; W.S., Bro. A. Nicholson; M.S., Bro. H. Oates; levite, Bro. F. T. Ferrier; guardian, Bro. F. Scarborough ; audi tors, Bros. Wallace and Renouf ; press correspondent, Bro. Wallace. A special vote of thanks was given to Bro. Berry, who had discharged the duties of secre tary for six years. The retiring officers were also thanked for the services they rendered during their term of office. It was decided to hold a picnic at Moo rooduc on Boxing Day. Rechabitism is making progress. The local.Tent is well up in its membership, and it has a considerable amount of money to its credit in the various funds. The Order generally is vigorous and aggressive. Its adult membership in Victoria at the end of September was composed of...
BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 12 December 1908
BALNARRINC. (Copies of the STAnwDAr can be obtained ', "from Mr E. G. Stone.) The Emu Plains Racing track was put into order by a working bee on Thursday last. All the upright poles were removed.' The Department have ordered that light bamboo poles must be erected in their place. This is on account of a jockey being killed at Maffra in March last, tllrough running into a rigid post. The committee have accepted the tender of, MAr,D. Hoban, of the Royal H itel, Hastings, at £3 for: a publican's booth on race day. Hay making is now iii full swing in the district; iMr Berryman's crop,., off fallowed land,;vas cut.lt itweek," and' it is: estimated 'by the owner to go nearly 4 tons to "the: acrei. ;This off 20 acres constitutes . a r. cord for :1&lt;t