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Sensation on Frankston Pier. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Sensation on Frankston Pier. . Strollers on the pier at Frankston on Wednesday evening were thrown into a state of excitement, when about 9 o'clock a la'dy resident fell over the extreme end into deep water. Miss Theresa Spencer, of Frankston, was taking her usual evening walk along the pier, and when at the end, in turning around, she slipped, and in a twinkling was precipitated into the water. Fortun ately there was a group of young fellows sitting on the pier near by, and one of the number (Mr R. Sherlock) lost no time in throwing his coat aside, -and pluckily diving in to the rescue. The young follow is an expert swimmer, and very quickly reached the girl who was struggl ing in the water. He seized her, and reaching one of the piles of the pier, held the girl there till a life-buoy was thrown oV5boat was luckily just coming in, and the occupants (Messrs W. Gregory and Wilcox) werehailed,and took therescued and rescuer aboard. 'Quite a crowd gathered around tlhe steps as the youn...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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The Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

The Theatre. The high popular favour in which "Jack and Jill " is held by thlelel bourne playgoig pub:ice may be guaged froum the fact tiiat it is beating the records put up by " Mother Goose" two years ago-records which at the time seem d unbeat?ible. But packeT. houses and capacity business have marked the triumphal progress of tlliq year's extravaanza, and night after night hundreds of would be patrons are reluctantly compelled to depart owing to the huge playhouse being already filled. Miss Nellie Stewart is timed to leave London early next mdnth in ",The Asturias" to fulfill her Austra lian engagement under the direction of J. C.. Williamson. For her leading man she has been -fortunate enough to securo thle services of Mr Langhorri Burton, who. has beien appearing in the principal role of the Ldndon pro. duction of "The Flag Lieutenant" His wife, who will accompany him, is one of the acknowledged beauwies of the English stage. AMr Spencer Barly is 'expected to rbach Melbourne b...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

SOMEa VILLE. (Copies of the STANDASD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) On Monday evening a , farewell social was tendered to three Somer ville young metn, who left en Wednes day to try their fortunes in New Zealand. Many kind and feeling remarks were made over a social supper, and our. lads (Messrs Vm. Thornell, Arthur Sag,-, and Dave Henderson) were wished the best of luck. Mrs Grifihth, of Two Basye, has offered a prize of 15/- 1st, and, Gi- 2nd, for best muslin dress made by amateurs for the Somerville Show. On Monday a team of cricl.eters from Melbourne are to visit Somerville and are giving a concert and social in the evening, the ladies supplying refreshmnents.

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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

110W TO HELP YOUl DISTRICT. Write about it SBuy all ou can in it Remember that byassisting tradespeople you help the.place along -. Purchasee and assiec your LocAL PAPER, for by io doing you further the best into rests of the Peninsula Treat strancers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions Elect good reliable men to all public positions, not because they strain them selves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness Keep the money in the place.'" Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. The men who have invested in stores. workshops and otherbusiness places are building up the district, and they should be encouraged-especially the' Piurra. -

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Church of England Bazaar, Mornington. A GREAT SUCCESS—OVER £90 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Church of England Bazaar, Mornington. A GREAT SUCCESS-OVER £.90 REALISED. On Wednesday, the 20th inst, a very successful effort in the shape of a bazaar was opened in the Mechanics' Institute, Mornington, in connection with the above church. The Girls' Guild for some time past were working towards a sale of gifts, but when the vestry found that so much was re quired to repair the church property, it was decided to make an endeavor on a larger scale. The ladies came for ward, and with Mrs Gillotat the head, went enthusiastically to work, with the result that on Wednesday the hall was changed to a veritable Fairyland, with the stalls rich with all kinds of goods. The scheme of decoration was peach blossom, with a groundwork of art muslin, whilst at one side of the hall the flower stall broke the same ness, and being itself a beautiful dell of dark green, it made the light and graceful stalls on either sidle stand out in charming harmony. The flower stall was a work of art-shrubs, grow...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Cricket. We are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, and would ask secretaries'or captains of contesting ..teams to aryange to forward completae._ - * dcdres'O6i mtc eks ?ry e l'th1uW'eeoo as possible, accompanied by any de serving remarks on the play.

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. The second round in connection with the above competition was con cluded on Saturday, and up to the pre sent stage Frankston have a substan tial lead. Somerville had an easy victory over Hastings, responsible to a great extent to the fine bowling of Taylor, who cap tured eight of the Hastings wickets at the small cost of ten runs. This is a splendid performance for the Somer ville trundler, and proves him a most capable manipulator of the leather. None of the Hastings batsmen reached double [figures, Mentiplay being the nearest approach with 7 not out. Sid. Martin was top for Somerville with a." well made 36, and Clarke (16 not out) and Grant (11) were the next highest. MIornington once more failed to fill their engagement, and, we learn, have decided to withdraw from the compe tition. Frankston thus had a walk over. The result of the Tyabb-Balnarring match has not come to hand. We would request secretaries of the win ning clubs to kindly forward the scores re...

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BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

BALNARRHIN. Subscription lists have been opened in the district in aid of the f:anily of the late Mr McDonald, and about £16 has been collected to date. To wards this most deserving case, Mi T. S. Armstrong donated £2, 31r L. Berryman £1, and MIr Dan Hoban £1. It is proposed to hold a concert at the hall- a littlei later on. ' Fiends and neighbors in the district have helped the family in a very generous manner. The widow, with eight young chiii en is left totally unprovided for oli a small selection of 40 acres. The Emu Plains Racing Club made a profit of £3/10 on the last meeting. This, with a previous balance of £6 10s, gives the club a total balance of £10 to start its next races with. The secretary of the club desires to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of the following donations : -Mr T. S. Armstrong, £1 ls; Mr D. T. Mairs, 10s Gd; MJr T. C. Cole, 10/6; tr L. W. Berryman, 10/6 ; and MIr William MIairs, 10/6. Councillor John Davies and Mr J. Buckley, sear., were appointed at...

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Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Ifeadache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. o- The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the PJro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. easmint , to? tetso;Ahey re-immenOcJYJ more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues, alid internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial effects of Frootoids are evident by the disappearance of headacbe. a bright, cheery sense of perfect heallhi taking the place of sluggish, depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested. Frootoids are the proper aperiert medi cine to take when any Congestion or Blood Poison is present, or when Conges tion of the Brain or Appoplexy is present or threatening. They have been tested. end have been proved to afford quick relief in such cases when other ...

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

TYABB. (Copies of the rTANDABD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) During the previous week prepar ations have been made for the sports to be'held:at Tyabb on Monday:nextx A? will be see-n i .another :colurm, a good number of entries has_ been received, especially forithe bike events, so that a very good attendance should, eventuiate. Patrons- are ` requested' to leave their dogs at home, as these animals are a nuisance and a source of danger to syelists~- Refreshments will be provided by the coinmittee at a moderate cost,. and this should be the means of inducing the devotees of the " !ght fsinastic" :to remain for the social inthe -evening. The first event will be "run off at one -oilock sharp, so it behoves all competitors, to' be ready for their various 1heats.I £

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Public Notices F:A Ritchie, G GROCER, WINE, AND i SPIRIT -: -MERCHANT, FRANKSTON. C Colonial Wines a Speciality. FAIRFIELD VINEYARD i RED MUSCAT - WHITE MUSCAT e MADEIIA PORT SHERRY On Draught, 1/3 and 1/6 qt., or 4/6 and 5/- gal. INVALID CHABLIS PORT CLARET &c. &c. &c. 1/- to 3/6 bottle, pts. and qts. COLONIAL ALES, 6/. and 7/- daz.; 6d and 7" bottla. .. Wilcox's Cordials and Aerated Waters Imported Ales. Stouts, Spirits, etc., etc. STOCKED. Agent for Daily Papers and Periodicals. special delivery GROCERY, DRAPERY, BOOTS, CROCKERY, FANCY GOODS. -Establi bed 19O70 J. MILLARD, C'ARRIER and CAB PRO S PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet. alil Trains. Parcels and Lugiea"o received and promptly delivered. Ho,-es and ,Vehicle3 for hire,. Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. T 31 has recently added to his plant by purchasing.RMr. J. Laurison's cabs. FOR CASH ONLY. 25 lb. Flour, 2s Sd. 12 lb. -agar 2,, 4id. First Pick Jam, 5d. 7 lb. Loose Oatmeal, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Public Notices. DR.- C. MAXWELL DESItES to Announce that he has taken over the Practice of Dr. Wil kinson, and that he will Attend at Carrum, Hastings and Somerville on the same days and hours as his predecessor. J. -W. DO1EITY, BUTCHER, -MlAI STREET, Mornington. HAVING taken over the Business of Mr F. C. Doherty (who success fully carried on sa me for the past nine years). I desire to inform the Residents of Mornington Peninsula that I will continue to supply rothin: but MEAT of the PRIMEST QUALITY AT BEASONABLE RTES. Families waited on for Orders. A Trial Solicited. Every Satisfaction asured. P. A. LIVINGSTON, Family Butcher, 1Yain-Stgeet, 1ornington. rTAVIIG s uarched the. well.-nxw? Ssniolom; dealreq.to'nforin 'therosT]ents of Mornintton and Surrounding Districts, that he Supnlies only Meat of the - PRIMEST QUALITY, - AT REASONABLE RAT?S, Smali Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Prime Corned Bocf, Picklel Pork, &c., &c. FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDER ., Denzhk...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

LOCAL AND CENERAL. MaR W. White's farm of 113 acres at Mount Martha has been sold at £5 10s per acre. IN this issue the Frankston shire council advertises a lengthy list of tenders, returnable on Monday, February 8. THE secretary of the Somerville Cricket Club acknowledges with thanks the receipt of a donation of £l/1/- from Messrs S. J. Perry and Co., of Melbourne. APPLIaATIONS are invited per adver tisement this issue for the separate positions of secretary and collector to the shire of Mornington, dog inspec tor, and sanitary fees collector. THu secretary of the Morce Relief Fund informs us that the -fund will close on the 30th January. He would feel obliged if all subscription lists were-handed to mun as son poasible FIREMAN Scott, who has been stationed at Frankston in the railway department for several years, has been transferred to Kilmore, and in his place Fireman Brewster, of Natimuk, has been appointed. Mn Jasan, of Sale, has purchased 60 acres near the Bittern railway sta...

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Carrum Campers' Convivial Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Carrum Campers?: Con v. iivil Eveniv g. In response to the invitation of Mr B. Smith and the Boomerang campers, over 120 Melbourne visitors arid campers assembled at the Boomerang camp, Carrum, on Tuesday evening last, the occasion being the 21st birth day of the host, the genial Mr Bert Smith. Carrum presented a very gay appearance as the 6.20 train from Melbourne arrived, crowded with guests. The Boomerang campers, all wearing white sweaters, met the visi tors at the Railway Station, where greetings were exchanged. The ap proach to the well furnished and prettily situated Boomerang camp was tastefully decorated and illuminated with Chinese lanters, and here the guests were received by Mrs Smith, to whom great praise and a large measure of the evening's success is due. At .about 8 o'clock the members of the Mia Mia, Bachelors, Bull and Bush, and Bohemian -camps, all of Carrum, arrived, and a start was made with an exceptionally enjoyable programme. Theartistswere allwell trained si...

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

U M E TI )[ ..TA. LE. FOR MOEBI NGTON PENIFsU1 ULA. - MELBOURNE TO FRANKS'ON. -:p pi. ppm. V M: a.m in.m a,m. ate. . a p.m, p.m. p.m. p.m onl oy ex. Alelb, dep. 7.48..810 .8.48 12.20 1,12 1.18 4.35 5.80., 6.20 11,85 Cntrrum> 9.11i 9.23 9.51 .1.90. 2.2r6 232 551 6.23 7.29 12.46 F'keton, arr. 9.22, .8410.2 1.41 2.37 2.43 6.2 0.34 7.40 12.55 I . '. ' - :. lEANKSTON TO MELBOURNNE. .. ats. Bsate. ai.m.- nsn. n m. .1ip.m. n m. n.m n m.. u.m. Frankaton, dep.: :7.12 :8.30 12.17 2.8 3.3 3.8 5.10 8.o20 CarRum 7.23 '8.4112.28' 2Sd2 314 3.19 6551 831 Melbourne arr.: : 8.82 :948 1.87 3.42 4.25, 4,30 7.2 , 9.42 ±MELBOURNE-TO FBiANKSTObN."` ', .-..m. Pm. p.m . p.mpm p.m.. Carrum 11.40., 12.4 3.34 7.13 1039 F kston, .rr. 11.51 12.15- 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON T'O; MELBOURNE."- .8UNDATS. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 920 4.23 815 Carruni "'933 4.31 7.18 8.26 Melbourne, arr. 10.42 '5:42 8.26 9.86 MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Meltourne. dep. ... 1.18 8.42 5.30 Carrum - ... 2....

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Frankston Mechanics' Institute. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Frankston Mechanics' In stitute. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of subscribers of the above was held in the Mechanics on Thursday evening, when there were pre sent-Messrs Sherlock (president), C. G. V. Williams, T. Ritchie, F. Chamberlin, A. D. Pleydell, and C. Ddaman (secre tary). The balance-sheet for the year was read by the secretary, and subsequently received. It showed receipts amounting to £134 10s, the principal items being hall rent £59 16s tid. Government grant to lirarr a 341_ Anta 2. #fr.+ I "d n..ndaitu?roside'the total amounted to £122 19s 3d, the principal amounts being £16 5s 3d for books bought, £6 10s 10d for gas, secretary's salary £24. Mr F. C. Chamberlin (teasurer) submit ted the following report: Committee meetings held during the year were 13. In connection with the library, 100 new books were purchased ; 19J72 were in stock at the beginning of the year, the total now being 2072. Sub scribers to the library were-Yearly menm bers 11, hlif-yearly 3, quarterl...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

CRICKET. The followingare tho fixtures in con nection with the Peninsula Cricket Association : January 3o0. Mornington v. Balnarriug Frankston v: Hastings Tyabb v. Somerville February- 6. Somerville v. Mornington Balnarring v. Frankston: Hastings v': Tyabb'- "-._ lMornington v. Tyabb Frankston v. Somervillo Balnarring v. Hastings February 20so. Hastingi v. Molrnington Somerville v. Balnaring Tvabb v. Frankston February 27. Morningtcn '. Frankston Snmmrville v. Hastings Balnarring v. Tyabbj.. 4th ROUND,. March 6.T Balnarring v. .Mornington Hastings. v.- Frantkston Somerville ?. Tyabb larch 3. Mnonington v. Somerville Frankston v. Balnarring Tyabb v: Hastings" March -2. Tyabb v. Morrington Somerville v. Frankston Hastings vr Balnarring. . - larch'7; - Mornington v.'Hastings Baluarrinm v. Somerville Frankston v. Tyabb -April 3. Frankston v. Morniiigton Hastings v. Suomerville - Tyabb v. Baliiarritig- -.

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Portsea Summer School Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Portsea Summer School-< Nots-Notes.- -It was a happy id e aof'theDirector of.; Education, Mrs Frank Tate, to choose the Quarantrine Station for I the}1909 Summer School. Delight- i fully situated on the bay, with Nepean in sight, a mile from 'Yortsea, within easy walking distance of :Sorrdnto' \a beantiful bench, and -an -interesting peninsula, a more appropriate spot. could not be selected. The immense pile of buildings forni a excellent accommodation for-the 250 teachers. A large lecture. hall .not' only provides ample space forPthe t teaching work, but a roomy stage fitted with pianos and a: pianola gladden the hearts of the anieteur entrepreneurs who organise concerts, recitals and dances for the evenings. The students appreciate highly Mr Tate's decision that work shall com mence punctually at 7 a.m. and cease at 1 p.m, when students leave work for play. Cricket, tennis, boating, fishing, swimming, etc.,, occupy . the teachers till the evening' entertain- ] ments. PR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

For , eason's T'rade' C. DALMAN, FIaR81nlo lBOW/" rnrlE, lc pi epared to Fill All Seasonable Requjiements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIEP" AND GENTS.' IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Asortment. REPAIRS NEArLY EXECUTED 3-2OOT8,and.SHOES.X4D to g8PEl S. M oderate Terms._;?'- . BAYAST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKSTON: jOhaf and Grain Store. All kinds of Producer n Stock.-: A. GOXALL, -- Butcher, - Bay-street, Fran kston, I Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ........... Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hide. and Skins Bought............... m 1! it I SEA WATER BATHS. ..... :: -z7. ~~. ___ (Hot) IIRV E1 'S RO(YALd BATHS. (cold) : MORNINGTON - OP2EN DA.IYI f-rom Sunris^ to Smunset. HOT fEA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS GENTLJMBB .. .- *. .. ... From 6 a.m. to 8.30 a.m. LaDIE .... .. - ,, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. GXNTLr MEK ... ... ... ... . **. ,, 2 p.m. to 3.30 LA? EB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Auction sales' 'Tuesday February ind At Twelve O'Clock. In the Board-room. AUSTRAL-CHAMBERS, 97 QUEEN-ST., MELBOURNE. EXECUTOR'S .REALISATION AUCTION SALE. - Of Desirable. Mornington - Properties. To Close Accounts. In the ESTATE of ". H. HOWVARD MORRISON, Dec-.sed. 'By-:Order of the Executrix,--Mrs Mi. A. Y. Morrison. LOT I.-CRAIGIE LEA. - This well known. Substantial. and Charmingly situated 2-STORIED- BRICK STUC COED RESI DENCE, with Balcony and Look-out, containing 12 Rooms, hall 8ft. wide, Bathroom, Pantry, Presses. Large Cellar, 2 Undergroiiird Tanks, 240>-gallon Iron Tanks, Brick Stabling. 2 .Stalls, Coachhouse, Harness Room, and Man' Room ; diso3-ROOMED DRICK COT TAGE. Dairy. -:W.I. Cart Shed. H::y Shed. Fowvl Runs, &c.. with LAND having an arria of 14 Acres I Rood 38 Perches, front ing the Beach, all tastefully laid out in * Lawns, choicest of Trees and Shrubs, Flower and Vegetable Gardenii, Orchard, AsphaltedTennis-court, &c. "CraigieLea" is one of the b...

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