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Valedictory. PRESENTATION TO SERGEANT MAJOR SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

Valedictory. PRESENTATION-TO SERGEANT MAJ.IOR SULLIVAN. About 40 gentlemen assembled at -the Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, on Saturday evening, the occasion being a farewell presentation to Sergeant Major Sullivan, who has been a resi dent of the district for many years, being in charge of the military en campment reserve at-Langwarrin. The gathering was marked by an air of con viviality' and sociability that was ap preciated by those present. .ar S. Sherlock capably acted as chairman and general supervisor, assisted by Mr Brody and several other gentle men. A splendid programme of songs was rendered, the principal contributors being some visitors from the city. Mr Jolly was responsible for the musical portion of the evening, and consider ing that the singers were got together in an hour or so, everybody had reason to be pleased. Ir Sergeant acted as accompanist splendidly, and also gave several songs, the best of which were the " Romany Lass " and " Oft in the Stilly Night." Mr -A. J...

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

Munieipal Notices. Frankston, 21st January, 1909. TO THE PRESIDENT, SHIRF OF FItANKSTON & HASTINGS. Sir, We, the undersigned rate payers of the North Riding of the above Shire. petition that you will con vene a Meeting of Ratepayers, within one month from the date hereof, to consider the best means of improving the Kananook Creek, as its state at present is a menace to health and a detriment to the town. Thanking you in anticipation, We are yours obediently, MARn BRoDY T. RTCHRIE A-sNIE HAY And 16 other Ratepayers: To Mr Brody, and others. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, In reply to the above Petition of 21st January, 1909, I hereby convene a MEETING of Ratepayers, as above requested, to be held in the Mechanics' Institute, FEBRUARY, 1909, at 8 p.m. B. BAXTER, Shire President. Frankston, 28s1/'09. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. TENDERS. ENDERS will be received at Hastings Mechanics' till 12 o'clock noon on MONDAY, FEBRU ARY 8Tr1, for foll.wing works: 5j08 Clearing Skye Road, near Me...

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

For Season's Trade', C, DALYLNAN, FrankSton tBOBn' 'nUigP Ie piepared to Fill All seasonable Requitements. Every Customer Well Ferved. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD. GOODS SA1ND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach." LADIEs' AND GENTS.' TIGRHT-OOTS & SHOES Ir Splendid Assortment. BOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,'FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butch r, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families WV ted .n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only K. ............. Smah G'"ods of Every De.sl,il.tio Fresh fDaiv Rides a-!d Skin, Bought.t............. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -o- The i:mmense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro priet.r, is convincing proof that the Frootoids are elegant in appearance~i pleasant to take; they are inmurnstly more valuable than an ordinary aperient'; they remove from the blood, tissues, aond internal orgatns, waste poisonous m...

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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 09. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

Flinders and.i Kangerong Shire Council. - --------- SATURDAY, JAN-UAR 3OTH; '09. : Present ,--rs, Buckley (president); Cain, Marsden, Sharp, Shaw, Davies, Stanley; and Chapman: The balance sheet was presented ard adopted. It slihowed a debit b;l ance'of £413 1s 1lid, as.compared to £980 two years since. It was adopted on the motion of .CrB Cain and Stan ley. FINACE. - Accounts totalling £398 13s 2d were authorized for. payment. T?NDERS. Tenders- for works a.under were accepted: Met.lling near Balnarring State school.-P. Varisuylen, 5/6 per yard. Metalling Flinders-Bittern Coach road, Manton's Creek to Flhnders. -Boyd Bros., 3/11 per yard; from Manton's Creek ..to Shore - ham.-Boyd Bros.. i/6 per yard. CORIRsI'O NDENCE. ,. The following letters were read and dealt wijh as under : Froi'n Fo.? ? 4:I)owiwrd r1X[iA cation for participation in Main Roads Vote.-Received. Mercazntilo Bank and others, noti fying transfers of various properties. Recei'ied. - Cr E. Clark, forwarding apology fo...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL.: SEVERAL local sporting items will .be found on our fourth page. TENDERS are invited in this issue, re turnable on Friday next, 10th inst, for the fruit stall at the Somerville show. - ATTENTION is directed to the long list of shire tenders advertised this issue by the local councils. A MEETiNG of all interested in the annual Easter sale of gifts at Frankstou will'be held on WVednesday next, as per advertisement, at Mrs Gregory's. Miss O'Grady, registered teacher of music, notifies that she resumes tuition at the M[echanies' Institute, Frankston', on Tuesdays and Fridays. MiR J. D Grover, Mornington, has, we understand, disposed of the business and house and shop carried on by the firm for g Ma Robert Anderson, formerly owner of the "?Barragunda" station at Cape Schanck, together with his family, has left for a trip home to England. THIE ordiliary monthly meeting of the Frankston and rUnastigs shire council takes place at Hastings on Monday, fol lowed by the Morni...

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

Public Notices GROCER, F. "Ri tchie, VINE, AND SPIRIT -. - MERCHANT, FRANKSTON. Colonial Wines a Specia'ily. F*A1F.IEI'LD VI[fEYT.Itl RElD M1US?tAT PORT On )ranught, I :: an.) i I'. qt;. or 4/1i; and IN VALID CHABLIS. POR?' CLAI' II' &e.. C -. . ]/- to : 6 hlottloe. pt. antd qt-. COLONIAL ALP-, t - and 1- doz.; 61 and 71 b tVl.. WVilcox's 0,i. dials and Aerated Watrc (F'ranksfon aprizn ), and alt iiiported Ale-. Stuate. Spirits, S"rOCKED. Agent for l).tily ]'.ters antd 'Uriodicals, spleci:l delivo-y GROCERY, DRAPERY, BOOTS, CROCKERY, FANCY GOODS. ---Ertabli bed 1870--? J. MILLARD, S.LI It f Elt .ial AIl PRiO (- PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs eat. asill Trains ariouls and Lug-'zwe received and promptly delivered. Io.'oit nnd.aVehicloe for hire, Prices reasonable Luttera ixu,1 'ielegranms promptly attended to. I- 3I h-ls recently add-., to la's plant by purch:a-ingI Mr. T. iaurison's cab-. FOR CASH ONLY. --. 25 lb. Flour, 2i Sd. 12 lb. Sugar 24 4 I. First Pick Jail, 5id. 7 llb. Loos...

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

rA I NVTATION FoN F 1909. nx' Cordially invite y:ou to call,:hen xti Melbourne, at their Salesroom, 266 Elizabetli St `'For a- feay x?. mi nutes rest a.n'd.-a?are esning Cp of Tea gr tis) WR iT ATONE fo RE TESTING SAMPLES ._;:i>. sS[7[i;,: VaiO ? r use and s-E I.ory itio 3,rFlinder-?ree ' SalEesroom "(G: lae4srct -?-Professional' Notices. - J Mott tMarsh IEGS to-notify.the :Pablic.of Fralnks B ton and eurrounding Districts that he has Opened `a House; Land & Es tate Agency In BAY STREET, FRANKSTON (next Gregory's Hotel), and hopes by strict at tention to Business, and civility to all, to receive a fair share of their Patronage, a-No Property will pe too Large or too Small to Let or Sell. Al E DE SAXE, ioo. Exhibition St.fet, (Between Collins and Little Collins Sts,) ME L BO-U RNE. PAINLESS - DENTISTRY. ROLLAND FRASEr, L.D.S., AND ~I.A.C.D DENTaL SURGEOED IFAS pleasure inrtating that he will g :L . F.4%visist FRANKSTON =•on'- , . and can be consulted' h-b'iid 10ia.m. and 6...

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The Property Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 February 1909

The Property Market. Mr J. D. Graham (late of Graham and Styles) auctioneer, 97 Queen Street, Melbourne, reports .having submitted for sale by ,public,. auction at his rooms on Tuesday. last, several Mornington properties by: order of the executrix in the estate of ithe late -H. Howard Morrison,.- including .the well-known 2-storied residence, " Crai gie Lea."- For this property there was not any bid at the auction, but negotiations for its purchase are now taking place, as also for .the other lots that were passed in for private sale. Lot 4 in the catalogue, compris ing.crown allotments 89, 40, 41,- and 42, section B, Parish of Moorooduc, having an* area of 17 acres 3 roods 18 perches, portion of which has a beach frontage, was purchased by Hon. J. G. Aikman, M.L.C., at £4 15s per acre, and lot 0, comprising crown illotment 27, parish of Moorooduc, having an area of 161 acres 1 rood 382 perches, was secured by the Hon. Al fred- Downward, I.L.A.,. at £2 per acre. Total sales, £407 1...

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

DO=MANA; The -Presbyterian carden fete held on the 8th and 9th January, netted better results than anticipated There freshment stall (IMesdames Shaw, Boag, O'vwin, (Kefford aud Molony) took £11; the fancy stall (Mrs G. Chapman and `Miss Gibs~n) !.10 ds; ice cream (Misses O'Shannessey and Pride) £3 9. ; sweets (lIrs Fairweather) £7 10s ; honsehold stall (Mrs Fulton and Misses Morrison and Crowther), com bined with post office (the Misses Ful ton and Masters Walker, 2) .10 is Gd; fish porid (Messrs liudduck, Fulton and Ethers) £3; produce (Mesdames I-Robertson and McKay, and Misses Plaisbeat, 2) £15 10s; gate, £9 7s 4d; preliminary concert, £2' 18s. After deducting expenses, the fund will nett over £50. Messrs A. Fulton J.. Bqag, and other gentlemen rendered great assistance, The tevy, Mr Robertson was unfortunately unable to attend owing, to his recent accident, but we are glad to say he is now progressing favorably, but steadily. A meeting of the Dromana sports club was held on 30th...

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

PENLSTSULA ASSOCIATION. Saturday saw the commencement of th , third round of matches of the Pe ni sula Association. . Frankston: main tain first place on the premiership list, they being far asheid of any other team. Their very easy defeat of Hastings proves the Frankstonians to be still in the first-of-the-season's good fortm, and losing none of their skill either with the bat or the-ball. Hast ings went first to the wickets, but with thi exception of young Reid, who gave at-very creditable performance of bat ting, and certainly has the makings of a first-class batsman, none could make a stand against their opponents' bowl ing, Deane especially being very deadly. He secured the splendid aver,:;e of 5 wickets for-8 runP, in cludt'ld in which was the ' hat trick.' lTheir innings altogether totalled 51, to which .Frankston-replied with 212., Kennedy and Boas Box put up;pro 'bblab'aflnrst-wicket 'ecora"Qrr-te' competition-138. Both btLted ad mira. y, the former scoring 59 and the latte...

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

Mornington Picnics. The following picnics take place at Mornington this month: February 6th.-Dunlop Tyre Co. 8th.-Williamstown Dock Yard. 10th:-Melbourne Grocers. 18th. - T. Robnison's Implement Makers. 14th.-Celtic Club (over 1600 ex pected).   15th.-Melbourne Tramways. 20th.-The Sunshine Harvesting Company: 22nd.--Dairy Produce. 24th. -Master Dairymen's. ATTENTION is directed to the adver tisement this issue concerning an import ant auction sale of central township lots and blocks up to six acres at Hastings. Messrs Morton and Coghill (in con junction with Baillieu Patterson and Sons) are the auctioneers, and the sale takes place on Saturday, February 13th, at 12 o'clock on the ground. This is a good opportunity to secure central and well situated land, as the owner has deter mined to realise. If you are suffering from Biliousness. Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic Head ache, invest one penny in a post card, send to Chamberlain Medicine Co., 608 Harris street, Sydney...

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

Tennis. FRANKSTON v. MOORABIN. On Monday last the Moorabbin tennis players visited Frankston, and sustained defeat by 25 games. There was a very large crowd of spectators to witness the game, which proved most exciting throughout. Afternoon tea was provided by the home club, and greatly added to the enjoymennt of the day's outing. Scores: Mixed Doubles Mr F Reynolds and Miss Pettit (F). beat Mr Porter and Miss Petersen (M). 9--1. Mr P. Wallace and Miss D. Gregory (F.) lost to Mr Chandler and Mrs Balke (M.), 7--9. Mr O. Pettit and Miss O'Grady (F.) lost to Mr Balke and Miss Currie (M.), Mr Young and Miss Rogers (F.) lost to Mr Slater and Mrs Currie (M.), 2 -9. Ladies Doubles Misses Pettit (F.) beat Miss Petersen and Mrs Currie (M.), 9--1. Misses D Gregory and F. Rogers (F.) beat Mrs Balke and Miss Currie (M.) 9--3 Mr W. Pettit and Miss Pettit (F). beat Mr Porter and Miss Slater (M) 9--0 Men's Doubles     Messrs Balke and Chandler (M.) beat Messrs P. Wallace ...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

DHOMANA. Mr J. W. Brady, of Warraeue, bad the misfortune of being completely iurnt out on Friday last. Ir Brady lit a fire with the object of preparing his evening meal, and left the house for a few minutes to attend to some outdoor work. A spark from the fire apparently ignited the house, which was an old one, and the whole place was destroyed in an incredibly short time, the o?balheing,;qnable t save Mr Harry Prosser, of Red Hill, was also the victim of a mysterious fire, by which his stack of hay and shed were destroyed. In this case there was ab solutely nothing to account for the outbreak. There was no insurance on either of the properties. A general meeting of the Dromana and Red Hill Agricultural and Horti cultural Society was held on Saturday. There was a fair attendance, and it was decided to carry on the show as far as possible cn previous lines. Ow ing to the loss of the grounds, recently cut up into building blocks, it was re gretfully decided to abandon all stock sectio...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

MOOROODUC. The weather continues dry _and warm, the soil is very hard, and culti vation is at a standstill for the want of sufficient moisture. For some years bees have fared badly in this ,district, as in others, having suffered from disease, at d the scarcity of flowers, but this year is proving an exceptional one. The hives taken recently by local residents have been well filled with honey of remarkable richmness, and though it is not known-what flowers supply such inealityhoey o i_ atosur of the necessary richness and flavor. Rabbits are still on the increase, and whether the land is wire netted or otherwise, it is hard to keep the rodents at bay. Recently on clear land some find sport was obtainod by the use of ferrets and nets, a good clearance being made in one afternoon, and the popularity of the ferret for rabbit dist ruction is becoming -every where into prominence. The event of a lifetime has passed -the "tin kettling" of Mr and Mrs F. W. Jones-whose "at home" was announc...

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Notice to Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

Iotice.to Correspondents All comnmunica'ions mu?t, ?hl aud.resst to the Editor, a?d not porson:tlly to an: iuneu~er of tlhI staff. Lengthy coinln;nieations nust heo in the E--ditr' hand- not Itter thau the Thuil dasy' preeodhin.publication' day, to ensure' their itsertion: Cot rspFondents will plheat swrite ;on ione .ide f pape[ c -..Y.

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

LANCWARRIN The weather.continues exceptionally dry; the lIa est water holes and dams now contain very little -water and farmers are busily engaged excavating in the? hopes of a 'wet winter. There is a fair anmount of feed and stock are holding cond'lition. The Vegetation Act is proving un for the same have to' wait .weeks for supply. Owing to constant inlterference with the water trough on C(ranbourne road, the police have been informed, so par ents have been warned: The district picnic organised by the Progressive Association takes place at Frankston on the 18th, and invitations ha ve been issued to thd -friends" who frequently visit this district, especially those who honor us vwith their talents at our concerts The Recreation Hall is to be opened at Easter, and will prove a boon -to the district: The company will. merit: the thanks of visitors for their enutr prise.

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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

HO\W TO IIELP YOU DISTRICT. -Talk abonu it TVrite about it Buy all you can in it Remember that byassisting tradespeople you help the place along Purchase and assist your LOCAL PArEl, for by so doing you further the best inte rests of the Peninsula Treat strancers withthe utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions e'lect good roliable 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. Soll all you can and buy all you can at home. The men who have invested in. stores. workshops and other business places are bulding up the district, and they should be encouraged-s?pecially the-'PusTsrr? .

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

SUMMER _TIME _TABLEi FOR. MORN) xcuoN PENINSULA. .11ELIOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.tn u.m.. nln Sta ts. S atS . p.m. p.m pm. p.m only oz. Molb, ?ep. 7.4 8 10 5.42 12.20 1.2 .N 4.85 55 U 0.20 I.56 Carram 0.11 1.03 9.51 1.30 2.2i '232 551 0.23 7.29 12.14 P'kston, arr. 9.22 9I, 10.2 1.11 2.,7 2.43 0.2 1.34 7.40 12.55 FRA.NKST'ON TO MIELOUGRINE. 8 tts. BSlts. a.m. a..m. p.m. p.m. anm. p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston,dnp. 7.12 830 12.17 2.8 '3.3 3 8 5.11 8.20 Carrum 7.23 8 41 12,28 2.i12 3141, 3.19 35t 8,11 Mlboutrllno, art, 8.32 -0.,8 1.37 3.1.2 1.25 ,1.30 7.2 9,12 MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. SUNDArs. ýIelb.;dep. 10.45 0.55-' 2.25 ' - "-V.30 p.m. Carrumn 11.40 12.4 b .34 7.13 10.39 F'kston,arr.11.51 - 12.15 3.45 10.50 .FRANKSTON TO M[ELBOURNE. a.mu. pin. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 120 4.23 8.15 Carrum 9.33 4.3a 7.18 8.20 Melbourne, arr. 10.42 5.42 8.26 9.36 MELIIOUINE TO 3IORNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.mn. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... lS 8.42 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9 51 6 23 Frankston, arr. ... 2...

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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can he obtaned from Ir D. MI. Bett.) . Now that the sports of 1909 are over, it may be of interest to some who have the welfare of the Recreation Ground at heart, to know that a sub stantial balance in hand will reward the efforts of the committee and others who assisted in various ways. The Committee desires to thank all those who assisted, especially Dr Griffeth and Messrs Geoe Shepherd and D. Buckley, who although "outsiders" in one way, have always been on hand and courteously assisted when re quired. The balance sheet has not heen made up as yet, and cannot be until'all accounts are settled, so the secretary will be pleased to receive same at once. The school at the Hall has been closed for this week on account of this district;, and dthe Hall itself is quarantined uintil further notice. On this account then, I have been requested to mention that H.H.C. will not meet to-night. Last week the half-yearly meeting of the club was held and new office-b...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents] A CRICKET CLUB'S COMPLAINT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

Letters to the Editor. _ LW do not uces rily ident fy our ,-lves with the opinious expressed hy correlpondent) A CRICKET CLUB'S COMI PLAINT. (TO T'IIE Ei:UIT OF rimI. ?'.tNDA.1.) Sir,-'The Ialunarring (cricketers journeyed to Moruington on S ttur day, aud when they arrived, found that the local team was a thing of the past. Surely someone could have ItfortmeO'- time]s thiirrinlg "tstn,- ud thus saved a long and useless journey. W. C'. MYEIRS, Houn. See B.C.C. -" ,Booth Patrk," Bittern, 4/2/0. [If the Morningtont club has witll drawn front the association, as a matter of conutnon courtesy the other competing clubs should be informed of thde fa.tt.-Eu. Sr.]

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