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KENNON'S FACTORY v. BOYS' BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

KENNON'S F.CLTORiY v. BUYS' BlI fGADE. A cricket n-litch was plhyed on the Carrum cricket ground on December •28th between No. 1 Coy. Bois' Brig ade uand JKnnrn'iswtnnery, arnd proved a very exciting game. The boys were captained by , apt. Smythe, and Mr McGow.an dili like service for the fact ory.. With theii exception Hargraves and R;:ldle nIone of the other factory lads made, double figures. The feature of the match was the batting of Allan E ndie, who was at rial Trumper for his side, and we shall hear more of this lad in tle futur.". The boys won com fortably by 10 runrs. Scores: KiSo'NN: i'.tCTOI:Y. J Snow, b Eadio ... ... ... 9 F iRa dle, b Hatfield ... ... 10 C Hindrie, c and b Eadie ... O H Hargreaves, I Smith ... ... 28 C Layton, c, b Mc~oll ... ... 2 McNally, b MeColl 0. . McGowan. not nut ... ... 5 Eyers, c, b Smith ... ... I Williams, b McColl 0 Bowden, b McColl ... ... 0 Watson, b Ricketts ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 2 Total ... ... ... 58 Caplt Geddes. e, I lendrie...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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BALNARRING OLD v. PRESENT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

BALNARRliN(n OLD v. PRESENTS A most enjoyable cricket match -took place on the Balnarring cricket ,ground on Saturdiy last, between teams representing the old and present players. After a very exciting game victory rested .with the. old : players, with 18 iuns to spire. There was quite a record attendance of spectators and a splendid afternoon-tea was pro vided by the.ladics. Before resuming , play the. .'Old Boys"' skipper (R. Stanley), proposed a vote of thanks to the ladies, and the club's president (Mr L. J. Beriryman) also said a few words of thanks. After the match was over, both teams cheered each other collectively and individually, so much so that some have not yet re covered from the hoarseness. D. Buckley (22), H. Davies (20), and A. Farrell (11), batted best for the " Buf fers "'and Myers (23), and E. Callanan (12) were the only. present players to are the scores : - OLD I'LAYERS. R Stanley, bT Stanley ... ... O0 P Vain nylon. sen , b Myers ... 0 J Davies, sen., run out ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

-. Cricket... .... We are desirous of puiblishing the results of all district m:atches, and would ask secreiarids or captains of contesting teams to arrange to forward complete scores of matches-as early in the week as possible, acconpanied by any de scrving remarks on the play.

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

THE CONCERT. In th~_eveninga. concert was hehl in -tli-i?l. - rs WVatson, of " 1ungun yah." having shown a great i.lerest in the affair, supplied a number of Mel bourne artists, ineluding Miss Jose phine O'Brien, Mrs Gold, Mr C Wat son, and others for the occasion, and the result was imost gratifying, the hall being crowded to overilowing and a great many were unable. to obtain ad mission. The thanks of the comnumi tee are due to Mrs Watson and all the artists for their assistance. The items rendered were as follows: SPiano solo, Mhr C. Watson ; song, Doreen, AIr S. Mentiplay; song, Miss A Boulter; song, The Skipper, Mr C. Watson; song, Miss Wharton ; spe cialty, Mr Williamson; song, Miss Josephine O'Brien; song, Lingering Thoughts, Mrs Gold; song, In the Valley where the Blue Birds Sing, Master C. Ford ; song, Whisper and I Shall Hear, Miss Bowels; violin solo, MIr Woodman; song, Miss Romeo; piano solo, Miss Leyland ; specialty, Mr Williamson ; son",, Miss A. Boul ter (encored); so...

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Hastings Regatta and Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Hastings Regaita and Sports. 'lThe annual festival at Hastings on Boxing Day proved a great success in every way. The attendance was good, the sport likewise, and the financial re sult as a consequence was very satisfac tory. The affair was taken in hand rather late this year, but on account of the energy thrown into the work by the secretary (IMr T. Knox) and his committee. everything for th"" sports, regatta and concert at night was in apple pie order when the time arrived. The following are the results of the sports : ATtTpre: S Itrs.l'l.. Ha:ndicap 1lBoat Race, 1" miles- II. Kernot s C:nnilla 1 G. M:arrabella's Johanna 2 A. Whitehead's Earinest 3 Seven started. Swimminng Race, lit) yds-D. Reid I, D. Brynit 2. Walking Greasy Polc-G. Marraballa I Riding Barrel-F. Barclay. Climbing Greasy Pole-G. MIarabella. L.A.t Sr?oIrs. Boys' Race, under 1t;---N. Unthank 1, S. Knox 2. Boys' lRace, under 14--C. Worcester 1, IV. Worcester 2. tBoys' .ln.ee. under 12-F. Kerr 1, Van suylen 2. Girls' ...

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

HASTINGS. (Copies of the rTANbIaiD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) A large number of visitwrs spent their holidays here, the boarding houses and hotels being well patronised, besides several camping parties. On Monday a little boy of 8 years strayed from one of the camps about 3 p.m., and no-trace of him could be found up to midnight. Several search parties were out till then without success. Eventua'ly it was fonhd that he had wandered all the way to Mornington Junction, and was none the worse for his adventure. A team of cricketers from the Government Printing Office spent their holidays here, and on Boxing morning before the Regatta played the local men, who were defeated by 1 run. On Mo?ndav another match was played which resulted in a draw, the visitors scoring 8- and the home team lost 7 wickets for 58.

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Boys' Brigade Military Battalion. CAMP AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

SYiill.Lary., Battalion. CA3MP ATr FRANKSTON. On C" sism -ve l0 boys,-?.undeir Capt. Cainmron, marched into camp at iFranlkston, lheudedt by the hrig de barnd. The routin,* followel every day ther,,uIlrut tih ir stay was as follow.:- Divine sr.rvice, conducted by the chap lain, Rev. J. S. Buntine, followed by infantry drill, outpost duty and ambu lance work. The strictest discipline -vas observed, and the boys are deserv ing of all praise for their exemplary conduct.during their stay in camp. There were neither casualties nor sick ness, and: the otlicl:rs and boys:1hail.a real'~ood time. 'Prior to breaking of camp sports were indulged in, and the following are the rasults: 100 yds.' boys' race;under 15 years-lst. Private Pearson, No. 11 Co. Obstacle race-Private Carrol, No. 10 Co. Relay race-Won by No. 6 Co. Challenge relay race-Won by No. 6 Co. Officers' walking race--lst. Capt. Grant Pillow fight--lst, Sergt. M. Hamilton Siamese race-1st. Privates Watson and-Rogers, No. 11 Co. Ten...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

CARRUM. At the breaking up of theo S1te School, North Carrum, the children were entertained the parents 'to afternoon tea, wvl presentation was-made to. the t prior to I after the holidays. :=Tho" articleis' _. sented were a solid silver biscuit barrl, suitably inscribed, and a cigar case rid holder. Both past and present pupils took part. MIr Guinn made the pre sentation on behalf of the pupils, and in his remarks he stated it was' a painful duty, as they did not like parting with Mr Hayman after 7 years amongst them, and the farmers had not forgotten the uart he had taken during the flood time. He was also pleased there was a satisfactory side to the affair, as it meant promotion. Mar Hayman feelingly-replied, and said that what he had done was a labour of love. He would like to have stayed, so that he could have turned out children of his own teaching. His ambition was to teach them both mentally and physically: He hoped the children would grow lip good men and women. The proceed...

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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

I:LANWARRIN. 1About 50 attended the aninual break up- :of the ,local State School; when a programme was gone through by thi? scholars under Miss Hallam. The physical drill- exercises . were exceptionally good,1 the dialogues well perforimeid, aid the singing displayed good memory and timoe. Refreshments were provided, -and eaclih?child was presented- with: a' beautiful bxioxof lservesgreat praise for the triaining and organisationi of the perforinance: -

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BALNARRING A.N,A, [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

BALNARIING 4.N,A, There was a crowded house at the musical evening, held on New Year's Eve under the auspices of the Balnarr ing branch A.N.A. The programme was arranged by Mr M. Iurley, and the affair was presided over by MAr DI Buckley. The concert cqmmenced about 9 o'clock, after the usual fort nightly meeting of the pmeinber of the byanch, .nd was followed by a very enjoyable dance. At ]2 o'clock the New Year was ushered in by the com pany joining hands and heartily sing ing ".Old Lang Syne," m~d then 'e fre6hmentsa yer 'partaken rof, this department being enjoyed by all. The following was the programme:- . Pin,,oforte soli, Miss T.L WVight.; sonr, MIes Myers ; sung, Mirs A Hill ; song, iMr P Buckley; stsg, Mlr M 1urley; snii, ;fr V Hrousa; r~ciatio, Mr 3George Wrighlt; Fong, 'Ir'' lUnckley; song, Mr W Myers; duet. MisesL Wright and A ]ill: song, Mr P Buckley ; duet, Mr and Mrs MyeJrs: Irish jig. Mr HIurley, sen ; song'uanl dance, Mr J Buckley, s'i.. " 'it,; Fruketo po lutrian, ...

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District News SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

District News :SOMERVILLE. " (Copios of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D_.I . .Bett.) The show committee .met on Mon day evening; -: anu amongst other matters decided-to strike out four sections in bottled.fruits, viz., figs, cherries, and quinces, and one section of cherries, and increase the prize money in the remaining sections, in order to induce more entrants in these important sections. C. Thornell and S. S. Gault put up 70 runs in 20 minutes againt Morn ington on Saturday week last, scoring .17 in one over. - The cabbage planters got to work during the showers, and put in many thousands of cabbage plants. Several homes have. been filled up with visitors and relations for Christ mas, tents and spare beds being erected in all directions. The secretary of the Somerville Cricket Club wisbes to acknowledge a donation of 101- from Cr G. G. Cole. The monthly meeting of the Somer ville Fruitgrowers' Association is to be leld on Monday, en Mr S. 3. Perry pertaining to export ufr...

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FRANKSTON METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

FRAN KSTON METHODIST CHURCH. A successful concert in aid of the Fraukston Methodist circuit funds was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday eveniilg last. There was a fair atht.:ndauce, and a very excellent nodil diversified prograneno presented. All Ihe perifrmers received splendid receptions, the audience thus testify ing to the plhutur: derived from their efbforts. The IRev. Henry Wallace ellH ciently lcted as clhairan, and at the eoncludin, thlLtnked tIl those who had so willingly rendered their services that evelning. The singitng of the Na tional Anthe- m brought the proceed ings to it close. The progtamme is as follows: Pianofort,- duet, Mr Percy Wallace and Miss Olive Sherlock; sang, The. Whispered Vow, Miss Jacka; duet, A Night in Venice, Mr Phil Parer and Miss Ada Ludlow ; recitation, Smiting the Rock, Miss Connie Stephens; song, Vor rei, ~liss E Nixon; miraphone selections; dialogue, Mr Tnaylor and Miss Oakley (encored) ; song, The Demon King, Mr Shoebridge; song, L...

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Assaulting a Constable. A FRANKSTON CAMPER FINED [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Assaulting a Constable: A F RAlNKSTON CAMPER FINED . Sherloci, c.sw and C. a::; V. Williams, J.'sP.) Edward Madden', a manufactur ing stationer, of Melbourne, was charged by Constable Stephenson under section 9 1 of the Police Offences' Act, with having assaulted a police officer whilst in "the execution of his duty. Inspector Biggs prosecuted, and outlined the facts of the case, which were that on the 27th Decem ber, in company with Constable Mar shall, Constable Stephenson was on plain clothes duty, collecting fees for campers on crown lands. He unknow ingly went on to a piece of land owned by defendant above Oliver's Hill, near '-the cliffs." Defendant came to the constable and told hiim he had no right to be there, and on being told that heo was a constable, pushed him and said, " Constable or no constable, out you go." No man had any right to assault the police. Constable Stephcnson deposed that on the date in question he was on plain clothes duty on tlhe foreshore, with Consta...

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Holiday Concerts. FRANKSTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Holiday Concerts. FRANKSTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. After considerable work by the secretary (Mr Brody) and several of the committee, who went to much trouble to illuminate, decorate, and otherwise prepare the Frankston pier for the holding of an open air concert on the Monday after Christmas Day, unfavorable weather conditions made i" necessary to hold the event in the 'Park grounds, where, from its shel tered position, the strong wind blow iug did not interfere with the carrying out of the programme; The band gave a se ec ion ot pupu ar airs in tm o Park, after marching from the town ship, and a large gathering assembled to hear the concert. The collection t~ken up was not nearly as substantial a:: the crowd present would lead one to expect, a fact which, considering the objects of the concert, was rather disappointing. Dr. Wilkinson pre sided, and the programme given (the performers, mostly visitors, singing from the pavilion) was very enjoyable. The following singers took part : A1isse...

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Peninsula Race Meetings. FLINDERS RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Peninsula Race Meetings. ýITNDERS RACING OCLUB. The racesof the Flinders and Dis trict Racing Club were held on New Year's Day. There was a good attendance, over £10 being taken at the gate. The racing was good. The pony, Little Jack, pus up a fine per formance, winning a double, the second time with 10st. up. The Dromana horse, Woodbine (late Post Boy), who bad being running at meet ings registered by the Y.R.C., won three races. His rider, M:r R. G. Edwards, received an ovation from the crowd for his sportsmanlike action in thb Brush Hurdles. In this event Woodbine, W ild Rose, and Lady 'Munro started ; at the first jump, both the latter ran off. Wild Rose was quickly turned and sent over. Mean while Woodbine had gained about 2 furlongs, and IMt Edwards waited for Wild Rose, and a good race then resulted in a win for Woodbine. Larry's performance in the Flinders Handicap resulted in an inquiry being held, and the rider's explanation was accepted.• It is expected that a small profi...

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CARRUM v. ERRATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

..OARRU3L v. ERRATICS...... For the second time this season the IErratics defeated the Carrum team. This was principally owing. to four of Carrum's best players being away from home, and on this occasion the visi tors were able to place in the field their best team. Hansen captained the visitors, and T. Bethune acted in like capacity for the locals, who woie defeated by 23 runs. They again meet on February 1st, when an all day match is to be played. The scores are : CAIRRU[\, T. Bethune. c Shaw, b Ewart ... 15 A Forsyth, c Roberts, b Ewart A. Bethune, b Ewart ... ... 2 C Falkingham, ... 2 G Angus. not ou' ... 3...3 .Gration, c Hansen, b Armstrong 1 Earle, lb w, b Howes ... ... Hughes, c Shaw, b Howes ... A Graham, b Ewart .. . Politz, b Shaw ... ... .... 1 McCall, not out ... ... ... 7 Sundries ... ... ... 5 9 wickets for 98 Bowling, Ewart 5 for 19, Howes 2 for 20, Armstrong 1 for 20, Shaw 1 for 7, Lorell 0 for 12, Roberts I) for 15. ERRATICS. G Lorell, b Earle ... ... 28 McCleary, ...

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12.3 PONY FLUTTER First £1 10s, second 5s. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

12.3 PoxY FLUTTrEn First lOs, se cond 5s. W. ditm's luchess, '9.5 (Slocombe) 1 S. Un...:... Fanny, 70 (owner) 2 W. Vansuylen's Bona, 7.7 (Stone) 3 T.a v Somerville, Flirt, Ruby and Snowueu also started. Betting : 6 to 4 on Duchess, evens Snowden. A fine race. TUE Le[u PLANS HANDICCAP. FirSt £2 10s, second 10s, 1 mile, Al. EHoban's Lnrry, 11.0 (Villiams) 1 E. Gomm's Bilbah, 7.0 (owner) 2 W. Monk's Keyless. 8.5 (owner) 3 Three started. Betting: 3 to 1 on Larry, 2 to 1 Keyless. Won easily by 10 lengths. 13.1 PoxsY Fa.UTTrE. First £2, second 5s, 4 fur. WV J Thornell's The Jcker, 8.4 . . ... locom be) 1 AW Gibson's Rita, 7 12 (Cooper) 2 ,T Buckley's Little Jack. 7 (Barden) 3 Creeper and Phoebe also started. Bet. ting : 6 to 4 on Little Jack, evens The Joker, 2 to 1 Phoebe. A splendid finish, won by half a length. Tul COI.EBROOK P'uARI TVELTER. 4 mile First £1, second Ss. G Symonds' uignonette, 90 (Cleave)1 E Byrne's iMountain Queen, 912 (Cooper) 2 A Brunt's Phyllis, 7 7 (owner) 3 Ureta, ...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Tennis. During the holidays the Frankston and Somerville tennis clube htve ei gaged in contests (men's doubles) which have proved both enjoyable and exciting. On Sturday the latter visited Frankston, and after an even and interesting tussle, victory rested with the visitors by 13 gamues. The followingSaturday Frankston returned the match, and on this occasion suc ceeded in turning the tables on their opponents, and ran out winners on the day by 7 sets, 55 gaimes to 5 sets, 4S games, the following being the scores : Messrs P. Wallace and O. Pettit (F.) beat Messrs S. Martin and C. Thornell (S.). 6-4, G-1, 6-3, and also beat Messrs S. and E. Gault (S.), 6 -3, 6-1, 6-3. Messrs E. Reynolds and R. Cummins (F.) lost to Messrs S. Martin and C. Thornell (S.), 6-3, 3-6, 5--, 0--, and also lost to Mcssre S. and E. fault (S.), 2-6, 3-16. Total-Franukston, 7 sets, 55 ga.nes Somerville, 5 sets, "t8 gamtes. lRefreshmnents were very kindly pro vided by the home team, and greatly enjoyed and apprec...

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Wedding Bells. ELLIN—RICKETTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

Wedding Bells. ELLIN-RICKETTS. On the 23rd of December, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. MacDougal, Presbyterian M\inister. Albert, eldest son of Mr Ellin, Jasper road, Bentleigh, was married to Maud (Dolly), youngest daughter of the late ,T. II. Ricketts and AMrs Ricketts, York Street, Morn ington. The bride, who was given away by her youngest brother (Mr J. Ricketts), wore a beautiful gown of cream sicillian, made in the princess style, trimmed with point lace and orange blossom. The bridesmaids were Miss Florence Thompson, who wore a white muslin frock trimmned with silk lace, Miss May Francis, who was attired in a white muslin frock, trimmed with silk lace, and Miss Ruby Patterson, who wore a white muslin princess robe trimmed with cluny lace and silver. The bridesmaids all wore gold brooches set with rubies, gifts of the bride groom. The bride's present to the bridegroom was a pair of gold sleeve links. Bridegroom to bride-Gold bangle set with rubies and pea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 9 January 1909

BUIMY NOW CLEARING LINES, suitable fo . 'PRuiG 8 SU.MMER MILLINE I .T. S .: ,;-!LACES, ooDs . - .l iESS GOODS, ...FANCY GOOD , &c.... Ritchie s Stores . ..........FRANKSTON. Established 1870. ......ALL LINES...... BOOTS, DRAPERY, &c., &c. J. MILLARD, -?ARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, - r L~~rac-·l-ra ur-·---* ---* FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet alit Trains. Parcels and Lugga-re received and promptly delivered. Io.ses anliVehicleo for hire, Prices r6asonablo Letters and-Te!egrams promptly attended to. J- M1 has recently added to his plant by purihasing;Mr. J. Laurison's cabs. FOI CASH ONLY. 25 lb. Flour,- 2s 8i1. 12 lb. mugar 2* 1' d. First Pick Jam, 5.~d. 7 lb. Loose Oatmeal, s 211. 1 lb. Tea, Excellent Valine, Is. Noble's Stores,! Main Street, Mornington. E. A. & A. E. ?~ARTIiN General Storekeepers and Wine and oirit Merchants, SSOM kERVILLE. Oua sIo?ro--Quality combined with clhapnmus s. Draper%. H13ol. hoes.. ,'. at lowest prices. Chaff. Grain, and Artificial Ma...

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