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CARRUM v. ELECTRIC SUPPLY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

CARREUM v. ELECTRIC SUPPLY CLUB. A match was played on the Carrum oval on Saturday, 23rd inst., between the above teams, when the home club scored an easy victory. The visitors having won the toss elected to bat, and after a few overs from Steel and C. Rigby were all disposed of for the moderate score of 83. During the innings Byers took two splendid catches. The- Carrum boys only batted a short time, when the gaune was stopped for the day through rain. However, they got the required runs for a win, Byers batting well for 18 beforejhe was run out. Scores: ELECTRIC SUPPLY. Green, b C Rigby ... ... 2 JBaines, cByers, bC Rigby . 5 Jons, b Steel ... .. 11 .G Bains, c.Byers,.bStel. .. ...2 Stonehonse, c wilhxis bStee. l ... 0 Snow, b Steel 0... ... 0 FtAlr.r,'c and b C Rigby ;.0 ioi~da , dintd.', b Steel- . .. O'Loughlin, not out ... Sundries .. 3 Total .. . .. ... ... 33 Bowling, Steai 6 for 18, SC Rigby 4 for 12. -. CARRUM. C Byersrun out .. .. ... 18 Drunmond. b Green ... ... Graham, ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Obituary. MR. W. A. SHEPHERD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Obituary:. MR. W. A. SHEPHERD. We regret to record the death of an old and highly-respected resident of the dis- trict, in the person of Mr Wm. A Shep herd, of Somerville, which took place at his residence, "Pioneer-villa," on Tues- day last. Mr Shepherd was one of the oldest residents of the Peninsula, and had been a well-known figure in the district for over 50 years. As the name of his late residence indicates, Mr Shepherd was a Somerville pioneer of considerable standing. At the patriarchal age of 82 years at his death, Mr Shepherd had spent over 50 of that number at Somer- ville. The deceased was of English parentage, and used his early training in horticulture and agriculture to advantage, and established nurseries at Somerville, which are now widely known throughout the colonies. He was an authority on all matters pertaining to fruitgrowing, and many of the present-day nursery pro- prietors around Somerville can bear testi- mony to the many valuable hints and always ready ass...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

IOW TO HEIP YOU t DISTRICT. ,,Tajkabout it, nrsww .Bu1yall you nt :': : Remember that byassisting fradesprople you help the place along . Purchase and: assiec your LeCAL ParEz, for by so doing you further the best inte rests of the Peninsula ' Treatstrxneoss with the utmost cour:cst and hoespitality, so that thiey may take away good impressions E!eect good reliab!o inen to all public positions, not because they strain- them relves' for poputarity, but on account of their stamina and trustwortliipess - . Keep the money in the place. Sell aU you can-and buy, all you can-at home. The men who have invoested in stores. workshops and other business places are building up -the district, and they should be elicouraged--eapeoially the PurINTa.`

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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

'Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are c i.side. ed as wishing to Cohrriuuz their suhscriptions. 2. If Subicribers order the dis~antin uince of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until ARREARS are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to whichr they are directed, they are srasrouiSLE until they have sett'et their bills. end ordered th- peiiodical? ?o bediisr?itiiite-d. 4. If subscribers-remove to other; places without :info-ming the publisle,?;"'rand the 'papei are seit to tiehir formeo direction, the Fubscribers aro responsible. i, If subscribers pay in sadvenc. fort;e peiiodicil,' thelsflare boisdiatnt" give NOTICSe0 the publisher, at the. end of the time, that they do ;not wish to: con tinuetaking it. otherwise tlip pinblisher is authorised to send. on; and -the "subrcril ihr will be responsible unloss an express note. and p.yment of arrears.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

CRICKET. Tile fulluwiu!. uit' tlh fixturcs in cntt cclion whiul the. Pcninsula Cricket Association : February 6. SnnucrviIle .\irugu Ii;lnring v". Fnn~kstnm Febraury 13.. \l. nil II',,:, v. Tvabl, February'ao. oumerville v. Jalurning 1r.iaikstuii February 27. lin. t 116e -.Iltsig li .ultariigi v. F'yL~ktflli rlth ROUNED. it Mrch. 6. ]I~(.stings v. 1';dclksturr farch 3. -. Jtnakatuzv. 1L ijarrig.g March 2. *iIt.r t vjlle v. Fr uikst..it -larch 27. * Ikiliiritig t. $.aaerv-ille 1'~tsmv. 'IV.IJIJ April 3: 1'nakstln V. MIur'nagtLta Hastings v. Soariville J'Tyabb v.-f':lluatrrug

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Bilious Attacks THERE IS NO MORE EFFECTIVE REMEDY THAN DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

Bilious Attacks. , TIER E:I R I S-NO ORE EFFECTIVE REMEDY TilAN DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. "I have bcn from time to time," writes Mrs M. Steele, 81 Barry Street, Carlton, ' troubled with headaches, Indigestion, and Biliousness, and have taken many different medicines, but have found no remedy to, equal Dr. Morse's Indian Iloot Pills. I find their action is mild, and a dose or two always puts me right. I amn pleased to be able to give you these few lines for I think Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are invaluable as a household remedy." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills relieve this trouble speedily. They open the clogged up system, purify the blood, and cleanse the stomach, causing the human mechanism to work smoothly and easily. On the appearance of bilious-symptoms a dose from two to four of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills should be taken, the larger dose for a more robust grown person. A little experience will guide the patient in the use of the Pills so as to produce the best results....

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Rifle Shooting. PUBLIC WORKS v. FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

... Rifle.s hoot ing. . PUBLIC WORKS. FI"ANKSTON Tlie i b-e tenis fired a niatih rat 500 and 600 yards on : the..Franksto, range on Sattdrday last,-the result being a- ivin for Frank-ston by ''17 points. That consistent _ shot; J Lynch, was at Lh toip of "the "list: 'foi the winners,. with- a :iscore of 62, .Jzinnings with G63 hieading the visi 'ors.- The scores were as follows: Total J Lynch 32 ' 62 C Graut ~7" 60" J. Moseley o . 27 5'.. C 1Vallox 1 27 58 O Dalian 2 " .. 56 I Denyer- 3 .26 56 W Oatct 29 26' 55 S Corectt -:3 21 17 To al ... ... 453 . 40 G4? Toal Je.uin st 32 31 4i Jartels, junr 9 " 2 58 4lurphy 30 2•; 56 Ferguson 35 U. ' 55 fLobert on 31. 23 51 Bartels. ca~lt. ?7 24 5 Edwards ' -- - 5 Call~ey 25 24 4 Jolal ...... 436

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MORNINGTON v. CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

MORNINGTON v. CHELTENHAM On February 1st the members of the MLrnington Tennis Ciub journeyed to Cheltenham to play a return match. When the above reams l]ast met at Mornington the home club was vic torious by a large majority,, but on this occasion-Chelteiham plaiyers'won by six'games only, the totals being=- Cheltenham 107 games, Morningto6 101. The visitors were entertained at luncheon and tea by.the Che:tenhamn club, and needless to sarj did full jus tice to the good things provided, and all teturnedl home after a most en joyable outing. The Mornington team was represeLn ted by-Gents : Messrs Grover, Fer ber, L?rretr, and Jenkins , ladies: Mesdames Barrett and Adams, and Misses FerbeL and.Grover. - -

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FRANKSTON v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

FRIANISTON v. HIASTINGS. An enjoyable game was played on the Hastings court on \Wedn,.esday by gentlemen's fours representing the I above clubs. Victory eventually lay with Frankston, who won all but one set during the afternoou's play. After noon tea was kindly provided by the home clubo, and needless to say was thoroughly appreciated. and altogether the day's outing proved a mlost enjoy able one. The following are the scores: Messrs R. I)awborn aud. lIhodda (F.) beat Messrs .1. Iloban and Watt (ll.), ;8-6, 6--'2, -1, 6-5, aihd also beat .Jessrs M. Iloban and I1od gins, ( -4. Messrs P. Wallace and O. P'ettit (F.) beat Messrs Wilson and lodgins (H.), 6-1, 6-:, (;-5, 6-1, and atso beat Messrs AM. Iloban and Watt, 6-0, Total-Frankston 57 games, Hast ings 56. To-day Frankston, as a combined trip with the cricketers, play the hial narring club (mixed fours), when a splendid day's enjoyment should even tuate. Cabs leave 1 r 31illard's at 10.15.

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

SOMERVILLE. On Monday a team of tennis and cricket players visited Somerville. In the morning a great game of tennis ensued, Messrs G. Webb and S. S. Gault beating the first pair of visitors -6-4, 5-6, 6-5, but Messrs E. Martin and E. Barrett, were beaten The cricket match ended in favor of Somerville. Geo. Grant (60 retired), S. S. Gault (30), and C. Thornell (27), being chief scorers for the home team. A social was held in the evening and the hall was well filled, the proceeds (about £2 15s) going to local club. Monthly meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association is to be held on Monday evening when matters in connection with the show and the export of fruit are to be discussed.

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

MOOROODUC. The recent rains have not made much increase in the quantity of grass, but thb supply of fodder will compare favorab'y to other noted localities, and will show .a more even pasture. The milk supply has gone off con siderably with tile dry weather, and the milking cows are not in the same prime condition as they were a few months ago, but still they are fatter than milking cows seem in more fertile places, and with the now in creasing demand and price for butter, suppliers will make another effort to bring the milk supply up to its normal capacity. By the use of ensilage, this can be better and more easily accomplished than by the use of half grown, unmatured green stuffs. A bucket full of well made and matured ensilage will do more good than a barrow-load of half-grown ,maize, and. dairy farmers cannot do better than endeavor to grow sufficient crops for spring filling of not less than two silos, or one of very large capacity, and feed from January to end of Sep tember du...

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Golf. SORRENTO AND PORTSEA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

Golf. . ... .. SORRENTO AND POl TSEA CLUB. The first ann,ual meeting of the .•buve club w ss held on the links at Sot rento list Saturday and Monday. Members of nearly all the metropolitan clubs took part, and the meeting was tu u:qualified success. On Saitu-'da the Men's Doub'es Handicap, over 9 holes, wa. played,, resulting in a tie brtweeu F. 13. Patterson and A. F. Patterson,. 46 (7)'-39, and -F. F. Sc?hulz and W. E. Druce, 50 (11) -39. The next best 'cards were: A. E. E. iley and O. N. E. Inglia, 42 (1)-41; \V. . Nevins and*H. Hosk ing, :2 (10)--42; J. It. M'Gregorand A. H. Angel, 47 (5)-42. On play ing off Schultz and Druce won. On Mlonday the Scratch Event and Men's H-landicap were played concurrently over 18 holes, good entries b?ing rice:ivid f,,r each event. The Scratch Event wa.s won by A- E. Riley, of the Kew club, with tile fair card 40, 46 6 ; W. Menader, 45, 43-88; and R. L. Cross, 42, 40-88, being equal next, followed by F. Thonemann, 4:, 46-89. The Men's Handicap re...

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ST. PETER'S BOYS v. WESTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

ST. PETER'S BOYSv.' WEST LEIGHG . A team from the Westleigli cricket" club, Northcote, came to Mornington last Monday by the S.S. " Leura"'to try'conclusions with tihe' Si. Peter's Boys. The visitors were conveyed in drags to.the top park, where a very enjoyable game took' place. Westleigh batted first, and scored 57 for-the loss of five wickets. St. Peter's score was 9 for 67. F Par sons topped the list with 40 to his credit, and. idso took 4 wickets for. 4E runs. The visitors" ivwere enter tained on the ground in first-class style by the St. Peter's Boys'. St.. Peter's Boys', play, Frankston juniprs at Frankston to-daiy (Saturday). :2As bearing- out out remarks inilast possessed 'by. Mr. Rickmuin as an unm pire, we take the following froni- "The Australasian " of January 16th, writ ten by 'Felix '. in an article descrip tive of reminiscences of old first-class. cricketers :--- . "Another Lancastrian I meet is Wilfrid Rickman, who chats with me under the elm. He. was a very good al...

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PARKVILLE BOHEMIANS v MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

PARKVILLE BOHEMIA'S v. The above teamis niet at the : Morn ington Park last Monday, and a v?ery enjoyable game took place. -Miorn ington "went. in first,' and? scored' 89 runs,,, Mark Ellis makiiig top score. (35). The visitors scored .158 for 7 wicket?:Tillbrook topping : the score with 75.: McDoull..and Marshall bowled.well for the hbo? ~ .team,. and: for the-visitors Tillbrook'-and Black did verygood work. . " -

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St. Paul's Church Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

The, annual mheetig of the par ishioners of the above church was held in the schcolroom on Mondaty evening last, the vicar (the Rev. A. P. MeFarlane) being in the chair. The balhnce-sheet, showipg a debit of £7, was rcceived and adopted. The ha hlnce sh,-etin connectiori with the new vicaratg was also presented. This was very gratifyidg to the vestly, and showed that the building, fencing, un derground tank, etc., cost £59411917. During the year the large sum of £231 has been paid off, leaving.£363 still owing. The attendances at divine ser vice'during the year were slightly bet terthan former years, and the pew rent shows an' increase of £10 over that of last year. .Last E ester :D.y the usual .special offering .was' taken, and, with donations tt this fund, the Iarge amount of £19 wits realised. The following officers :were elected : Church Wardp.?s,:- Msss. .0. G. V. Williams and H. Scarborough ; Vi c:ar's Church Warden, Mr Tetley; Vestrymen, Messrs Church, Pleydell, J.- N. Marsh,...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

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 S serving remarks on the play.

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FRANKSTON v. LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

K FRANKSTON v. LtNCQLT. These teams met on the old Park on Monday, and after an initeresting game Frankston came out winners. In the local's first innings A. Box, GS, F. Burton. 28. and Jack Box, 25, were the principal scorers, and in the second Baxter made 85,- Harley 25: andK emp 20. For the Lincoln club Gardner was top with 683 not out, Drew,- 20, being the only other to mpke any stand. Scores;- Baxter, b 'aylor ... ... ... 0 Robertson, b Wates ... ... 14 J Box. b Bolton ... . ... 25 A I) Box. stpd, b Drew .,. 8 Kennedy, . ,b Dre . .L. 11 ,Burton, c, b Drew .: ... 28 Aitken, stpd, b l)rew ... .. 3 Shannon. c. b.Minls ... ... Harley..b Drew ... ... Kemp, c, b Drew ... . .. .. ll McDonald, c, b-Drew ... 1 Teacher. b Minus ... .. 3 Sundries ... 4... ... 4 Total ... ... ...170 Second Inigs. Baxter, b Tylor ... ... 85 Shann'on. b tobertsish . .. 1 Harley, b Robertson .- ... 25. Kemp, b Knighton... ... 20 AD Box, b Taylor ... ... 3 Sundries . Ttgfl for t wjicl:ts 143 ;LIxNCOL5. Wates, ...

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Notice to Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

Notice to Correspondents All commun .eations mnS t be addressed to thoe Editor, and not personally to any imemiber o tihe staff. ; <i Lengthy- c i-.nmurications must be in -tho hEditor'rsh;,:d nt anter. tha thluThurs Sdy_ yprcu* hlug ,. publicaition ,' day, '. :to - ensure tt..r inse.o tu. . Co responda4Lts wift plekA.:.wcite a on ono tid1cof~il~· oatt.o* O ri '"

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

SU. 4MER-=Ti-ME-E.TABLE FO-P N-NUA MoWnI X GTON-P~ENIN SULA. 31ELBOURNE TO FRAN?KSTON. p.m, p.m. p.m. a.. m n.m. ,m Sats8 Sil. Sats, p.m. p.m p.m. p.mn only ex.. ,lelb, dep. 7.48 810 8.212 1 1.' 12" 118 433 530 620 11.36 Carruin 0.11 0.23 9,51 1.30 2.2i 232 551 0.23 7.20 12.41 F'k?ston, arr. 9.22 031 10.2 1.41 2.37 2.43 0.2 6.34 7.40 12.15 ' ? ANKS'TON 0 s MELBOUtNE. Sta. aat{. I.m. . m ,w pin, p.m. .m. 1,m u.m, p.m. Frankston, dep.." 7.12 8.30 12.17 28 3.3 3.8 5.40 8.20 Carrum -7.23 8.11 12.28 2.42 314 :1.10 .5 5l 31 Melbourno, arr, 8,32 9.48 '1.37 3.42 4.25 41,30 7.2 0.12. M1:LHIIURJNE TO FRANKSTJN. Sumnnrs. a.m. a.m, p.i. p.m. p.m Caii.m . 1.4o0 1 1' 3.31 7.13 1039 F'keton, arr. 11.51 1l15 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO IMElB3UIt1E.- UNDAYS. n.m. p m. p.m. p.m. Frankbtun. dep. 9 20 4.23 8 15 Carrum 033 .43i 7.18 8.21, Melbourno, arr. 10.42 5.13 8.26 0.36 IMELBOURNE TO. MufNING'1'ON. Sats. only p.". n.m. p.m. MIelourns, dop. ... 1.18 8.42 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.51 _23 Frankstons arr. ......

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Tvabb A.N.A. Da[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

The above sports meeting was held on .1Thnday, and was successful in every way. With only two exceptions the entries exceeded those of previous years, and all events were keenly con tested. Although the times were not equal to those of Melbourne races, they were good- considering that the bike track is made on a sloping piece of ground. There was a good crowd of spectators, aid it is a pity that the Recreation Ground is not enclosed with pines or other trees that would give effectual shelter. Owing to a cricket match being played on the ground on Saturday afternoon, a lot of work had to be left over till Monday morning, but it made little difference, as the committee worked with a will and had things in working order in time. The publican's booth was con spicuous by its absence, but the refreshment and fruit booths, whizh were run by' two of the .committee, " panned out " very well. The social in the evening was well attended, and was in every way a success. The floor was in good or...

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