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

Mornington Methodist Church. The Anniversary concert in con nectiuu wth th: ..bove was held i,. th - \Inr ,in:cton Mechanics' Institute o0 Friday night last. Owing to the iuclemn.,cy ,r the weather the attend ance was not up to expectations. The first-class programme presented was greatly appreciated. by the audience. The Rev. Mr Wallace occupied the chair, and the following ladies and gentlemen' contributed to the pto gnamne, the acconmpanists being Miss Ferber and Mr Webb:- Overture, Miss Ferber ; song, "Spring," Miiss Demant ; monologue, " The- man with a single hair," Mr Dorrie; song, "Kathleen Mavourneen," Miss Morriss; recitation. " Katie ' Answ'r," MIiss L. Ferber ; song, " The Englishman,", Mr P. .Tenkins ; recitation, " How McDougal topped the score," Mr Scott : song, "An gus McDonald," Miss Morriss; song, " A Somersetshire Love Story," Mr Dorrie; recitation, "The Magistrate," Mr Scott i song, "Roses," Aliss Domant; song, "Father's Farm lard," with baujo ac companiment, Mr ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 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 do serving remarks on the play. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. -CARRU1 v. RAILWAYS. The Victorian Railways sent a team to try conclusions with the Carrum boys on February 6th. They either underrated the loca's' abilities, or some of their best players did not come, as, after a very enjoyable after noon, victory rested with the home team. The items of interest for the afternoon were a very soft catch missed by C. Rigby, who is undoubtedly the best field on the Carruin, side and the especially fine innings by the same person, who ran to 51 without a possible chance. The scores are as follow : G Byres. c Armstrong, b Iliggin botham ... ... ... 9 A Forsyth, b Hzgginbottham ... 13 C Rigby, stpd, b Dunne ... 51 T Bethune, a Aslett, b Foster 13 A Crabam. b Aslctt .....

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

THE CRICKET MATCH. Frankston up to Saturday was the unbeaten team of the competition, and their defeat by the Balnarringites (who thus secured their first win of the season) came as a surprise to many. However, the home team thoroughly deserve their victory, and we congratulate them on being the first to "down" their formidable op ponents during the competition. This will, also, add fresh interest to the competition, as Balnarring, after their performance on Saturday, may still have to be reckoned with before the season is over. Frankston, while mak ing no excuses for their defeat, had a weak team afield, several prominent players being unable to undertake the long trip. Sundries on their side came to 33, probably a record; this was ow ing to their brilliant wicket-keeper Kennedy-being absent. His presence behind the "sticks" would have made a big difference. Balnarriug won the toss, and according to the usual practice, sent the visitors to the wickets. Baxter and Robertson shaped w...

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An Enjoyable Trip. CRICKET AND TENNIS AT BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

An Enjoyable Trip: CRICKET AND "TENNIS AT BALNARRING. On Saturday last the members of the Frankston cricket and tennis clubs made a combined trip to Balnarring, when they had a most enjoyable-day's outing. Starting at about 10.30 in the morning per Mr Millard's cabs, the 20 miles journey was commenced in ample timo to allow of an early arri val, and a general picnic was made of the trip. The day was beautifully fine, and one that made everything ap pear at its best, consequently adding greatly to the enjoyment of the excur sionists. The route taken on the jour ney was through Moorooduc. and some fine and picturesque country was traversed. From the summit of the mountain before entering Balnar ring a specially beautiful view was presented, a glimpse of Western Port Bay being discernible in the back ground through what appeared to be one long avenue of greenery, the whole being a panoramic scene which would be difficult to. excel. After a long but pleasant drive, Balnarring was reache...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

CRICKiET. The following are thoe fixtures in con nection with the Peninsula Cricket Association : Febraury 13. Mornington v. Tyabb Frankston v. Somerville Balnarring v. Hastings February 20. Hastings v. 3ornington Some ville v. Balnarring Tvabb v. Frankston February 27. Morniunton v. Frankston Somerville v. Hastings Balnarring v. Tyabbj 4th ROUND. March 6. Baluarringv. Mlornington Hastings '. Frankston - Somerville v. Tyabb (larch 3. Mlonington v. Somerville Franukston v. Balunarring Tyabb v. Hastings March 2. Tyabb v. Mornington Somerville v. Fnrnkstoni Hastings v. ahlunarriug flarch 27. olurnington v. Hastin,,s Baluarring -. Somerville April 3. Frank ston v. Murnington Hastings v. Somerville 'Tyabb v. Balnarring

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THE TENNIS CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

- ;THE TENNIS: CONTEST.<i'4 Though defeated at cricket, Franks ton upheld their recent successful re putation in tennis circles, and won by 22 games. As the court adjoins the cricket reserve, a large crowd of spec tato's witnessed the match, which proved exciting and interesting throughout. In the men's doubles play was very even, and out of the four sets played eight games only divi ded the totals. Messrs Guy and Kit chen proved too strong for Frankston's pair, Messrs Young and Reynolds, Who were defeated by ten games to four; but Balnarring's pdir fell victims to Messrs Pettit and Reynolds by six games, after a tip-top struggle. Messrs Farrell and Cole were also- beaten by the same couple, and after the most exciting set of the day, the former were just beaten by one game at the hands of Messrs Young and Reynolds. The ladies' doubles proved close,' and honors rested with the home team by a single game on the two sets played,' Miss Oswin showing especially fine form.for ...

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

FINAL WEEKS OF OUR GREAT SUMMER SALE Dress Department. At 1/11 Dress A special purchase of Self Striped Taffetas, usually 10id. yd. At 2/1 1 Dress A big range of Check Tweeds, usually 1/-' yd. A rare bargain. At 3/11 Dress All-Wool Voiles. reduced from 1/6 yd. At 4/1 1 Dream All-WVool French Cashmneres, Royal, Nil and Grey, usually 1/11 yd. At 5/11 Dress Navy Sicilian Cloth, lovely Silk Finish, worth 1/9 .vd At 6; I Dress Heavy Sicilians. all Colors At 6/11 1 Dress Vandyke Mohairs. Navy only. worth 1/11 yd. At 1/3 per yd. A special line of Navy and Pale Blue. worth 2/6 yd. At 6/1 1 Dress The balance of our Silk Mohairs and Sicilians. Sold everywhere at 1/11 and 2!6 yd. CREAMS. At 41d. yd. Heavy Washing Bradford Cashmere At 1 Old. yd. Fancy Taffeta Voile, will wash well CREAMS. At 1 Od. yd. Heavy Corduroy, worth 1/3 yd. At 5/11 Dress Khantona Voile, lovely finish, worth 1/9 yd.. At 6/11 Dress Silk Mohair. very bright finish, worth 1/11 yd. At 7/1 1 Dress Satin Striped Taffeta. marked...

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

USENSATIONAL. SELLUlU THE PROBLEM OF THE HOUR- FOR THE LAST WEEKS OF HOW TO MAKE A & DO DOUBLE DUTY-IS EASILY SOLVED OUR ING THESE FINAL WEEKS OF OUR SUMMER SALE,. Thousands have already learned how far a £ goes here-where Prices have been cut to vanish ing point-where profit has for the time being been forgotten in the . determination ,,,to... effect, a... . -- ? speedy clearance of the balance of our Summer Drapery & Clothing. If you have been in already, you can repeat the experience with advantage during the next few weeks. If you have The opening weeks of our Sale have seen teeming thousands thronging every Department of our Store, revelling in the wealth of Bargains that not-well, test the purchasing crowd each other in bewildering variety. The keenest buyers-the most experienced Bargain-hunters-have found their highest anticipations more power of your money at our than realised. The selling has been enormous, but our stocks were heavy, and the supply of Bargai...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

Frankston and Hastings . Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING.. The ordinary monthly- meeting of the above was: held- at Hastings on -Monday, when_ there were present Crs Baxter-:(president), Sherlock, Gamble, Perrott, -:Voodhouse, Hod gins, Murray, Griffeth, and Cole. CORRESPONDENCE. . From Chas. Wedge, Melbourne, stating that whilst cycling from Carrum to Frankston he collided with a log which lay across the cycle path, -wrecking his machine and sustaining personal injuries. He had been ad vised by his solicitor that the council was responsible for all roads and paths within its boundaries, particularly the cycle track, as notices invited cyclists to use same. He put down his loss at about £20, and would be glad to hear what compensation council was prepared to offer him.-Cr Sherlock moved that the writer be informed that the council was in no way re sponsible, as -it did not lay down or maintain the cycle track.-Cr Wood house seconded-Cr Gamble said they may not have laid it down, but ...

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

jpdcial AdvertIeameias- - G RAZING WANTED for two Yearling Foals, for two years, good paddock. "GRAss," STANDARD Office. FOR SALE-TIP DRAY, wide tyres, good order; SAW BENCH, cheap. -D. KELLY, JU.R., Cranbourne-road, Frankston. FOR KALE - Good Second-hand 'PIANO cheap. Apply BAY VIEW HOTEL, Frankston. Fl:)R .ALS - Young FERRETS, ' black and white. Iroeu good working st=,k.---" W?YI oN, s.oruing;on.. J K .atAb-li- UGGY,. almost new, .' hs. seat 4, .?arven wheels, spriug cusi. osa--.s28 ; .i Ail,;,15 haus. atrong. i,*:e-A.2. Any guarautee; ALrA DIlt? CA l, r su horse or 'ouiy--t4. --iUY, Balnarriug. FOR SALE - Second-hand Hooded Abbott BUGGY ; Ladies SIDG SADDLE, both in good order and cueap; also Lest FRUIIJ-WRAPPING iAPr:R 10 x 10. Bale lots Is dd, broken is 9d ream CASU.-KEAST, Universal Provider, Somerville. BLESSED is he whose trahsgr ession is forgiven, whose sin is covered, Blessed is the man unto whom the) Lord imparteth not iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no guile, STI...

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

For Season's Trade Frankston BOn' RInqRB, [s prepared to FIll All Seasonable - equihements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAiD SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIEP' AND GENTS.' TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Aseortmunt. B OOT and SHOES ?ADE to- ODER, Moderate Terms. BAY-ST.,FRAN KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON : jOChaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produco it ?tock. A. GOXALL,. - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited ;n for Orders.......... Prime Meat Oaly LKep. ............ Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -o-- The im;nenre number of orders fr Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pr:. priet-r, is cnvincing proof that the Froutol;d are elegant in appearance a?ca.d pl.eaant L: take: t:hey are il.mlnltsely n re valuable tl.:;n an ordinary apt-rien ; thby r .m,:ve from t!he blood, tissues. atnd init*-n-.I or,?n-. wc:te 1poisonlous ...

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

SOkiinVILLE. -1 (Copies of the STANbAnD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) At the meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association on Monday, correspondence was received from the railway department; in reply to -re 1questo-r an-extra hand at the station for the fruit season, ?stating : that:the matter:rould be given due consider ation.--The Tyabb association wrote statiig they would again have a fruit displayaft he forthcoming show: The secretary reported that the Governor would be present, to open the show, and that promises'of donations so far totalled over £100. Stewards were appointed for the show, and "other business transacted.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. FoR information of our district clients. who may communicate with us at any tine by telephone by ringing: up the Frankston post office, the following rates press matters during any time the line is open for business is--not exceeding 25 miles, for 5 minutes conversation, 4d; not exceeding 50 miles, 6d A MEETING of those interested in the Sale of Gifts, held annually in aid of the Frnnkston Girls' Cot in the Children's 1 Hosital, was held on- Thurday evening last at Mrs Gregory's, Frankston, when there was a fair attendance. It was decided to hold the Sale of Gifts on Easter Monday (afternoon and evening) and Mrs. Gregory was re-elected head of affairs, with Mrs Connal-Deane- as secretary, and a strong committee was also formed to assist in the cause. It was decided to ask Mrs James Grice to open the Sale, and the Attorney-General is to be written to for permission to hold raffles. THE seventh annual picnic of. the Dunlop Rubber Co. was held at Morning ton last Sat...

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

S Football: The " boorabbin News" says :-A well-attended meeting of football en thusiasts was held at, Mentone on Ttesday evening'for the purpose -of forming a new football association. .\ir TW.' . Peterson occupied.the chair, and the following clubs were rt presen ted :-G.ea dtiutly, El~iuLale, Moor abbin, Cheltenham andI Mentone. A telegram was received from the Frank ston club supporting the movement, and nlordialloc also signified their in tention of joining the association. From enquiries it was ascertained that eight clubs would join the association, and a-' B.' or second-grade competi tion could also be arranged. It was decided that the. new association be called " The Federal Football Associa tion." Mr F. ,l. MlcUart was elected secretary. The delegates from the various clubs were instructed to call meetings of their members and appoint delegates. In view of a further meeting of delegates being held on 2lrd inst., it would be advisable for a meeting of Fraukston footballers ...

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Kananook Creek. RATEPAYERS' MEETING AT FRANKSTON. A NEW SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 13 February 1909

Kananook Creek. RATEPAYERS' MEETING AT FRANKSTON. A NEW SCHEME. About 100 persons (including seve ral ladies) were present at the meeting at the Frankston Mechanics' on Wed nesday evening convened by the :shire president, as the result of a requisition, to consider the best means of improv ing the insanitary condition of the Kananook Creek. Cr. Baxter (shire president) occu pied the chair, and after explaining the objects of the meeting, called upon Mr A. D. Pleydell, C.E., who said that at the request of the Progress League he had taken levels that day, but only in connection with a. scheme suggested by some gentlemen. He had taken levels at the Mile bridge and at Beach Street, and gathered other information. The scheme suggested was to lay pipes from the sea into the creek, 'and have proper flood gates erected at the outlet. It was neces sary to find whether it was feasible t.o bring the water into the creek,:and he'foiind that by excavati~g:a sihanneL 3ft. Giri deiijii the bed l ...

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

Chamberiuam's Cough ItePued: has proved itself, times out of numbar, to be an absolutely safe and reliable remedy. Analysis has proved that it contains no narcoties, and experience has proved ice unfailing efficacy in coughs, cold-, croup. influenza, and even in warding off pnen monia. Dooen't your commonsense prompt you to purchase a bottle now and keep it in the house far cases of emergency ? If it doesn't it should. For sale by all store keepers. Puor Fenton's circus performed to good attendances on Wednesday and Thursday nights at Frankston. The show visits Mornington this evening (Saturday), and exhibitions in horse taming will be given by Professor Fenton, several outlaws having been secured. If you are suffering from Biliousness. Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic. Head ache, invest one penny in a post card, send to Chamberlain Medicine Co., 603 Harris street, Sydney, with your nanie and ad dress plainly on the back, and they will forward you a free sample cf Cham'er lain's S...

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

Public Notices F. A.- Ritchie, GROCER, TWINE, AND SPIRIT - - MERCHIANT, FRANiKST0i. Colonial Wines a Speciality. PAI'F E D VI'EY IRD I I .]I17 A I' Srill MU GA.' PORT ?Ht i: RY' On *"',nahi 1.3 ,nd 1/* qt.. or 41/ and I. V .. t C'IA BLIS POIC I' &,". &c. &. . 1/ 'o ;ct; t-isttl p. *ind qti. L[mp.-.'rt.r.f A'.. Stnute. Spi. its, etc.. etc. s1o0KED. G 'OC" R'. D PERY, B )')T;, '.-(t'KE "Y, FANCY GOODS. ---Establi-hed 1870-3 J. MIILLARD, .tllTRTE: an , AlB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all: Trains. Parcels and Luga. r-o received and promptly delivered. Hoisea and Vehicles for hire. Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams prompily attended to. I* .M has recently added to his plant by purchasing Mr. J. Laurison's cabs. FOP CASH ONLY. 25 lb. Flour, 2s Sid. 12 Ib. - uear 2. 4tl. First Pick Jam, 51d. 7 lb. Loose Oatmeal, Is 2d. 1 lb. Tea, Excellent Value, le. INoble's S Lores, Main Street, I~lornington. E. A. & A. . E. MAifT General Storekeepers and Wine ...

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Five Stomach Worms. PASSED BY A CHILD ONE YEAR AND TEN MONTHS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 February 1909

Five Stomach Worms. PASSED BY A CHILD ONE YEAR AND TEN MONTHS OLD. " For sia months," states Mrs O. A. Madden, of Kurrajong, N.S:W., "my little boy, now aged one year and ten months, has suffered from Stomach Worms, which the doctor attributed to the use of impure water. Until he was sixteen months old he enjoyed very good health, but subsequently he became very irritable and cross, and later on he was examined by a doctor who stated that the cause was Stomach Worms. Various treatments were tried, and on one occasion a Stomach Worm was passed from the bowels.. The - acnutions from the bowtels were .always stained with blood, and, the motions were quite-unnatural. On three or four occasions the child was almost choked and went into convul sions and almost black- in the face through the Worms passing up to the throat, and I had to force my finger down the throat to remove' the Worm. "Ojsly last week I was strongly advised to try Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets, and having obtained...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 February 1909

Correspondence. TO TIIHE EDTOR STANDARD. Sir,-I wish to ventilate a very con servative piece of business that has just eventuated' in our midst. The facts of the case are,-Public money has been collected and donated to an Institution to construct a new floor. Now, my contention is that as it was public money, tenders should have been called, but instead the work was given to one man. It would be inter esting to know the reason why. Yours, etc., A LIVE CITIZEN.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 20 February 1909

LOCAL AND GENERAL. REPORTS of 1lorningt8n shire council meeting, interesting correspondence, etc., will be found on our fourth page. - ATTENTION is directed to the adver tisementre the auction sale at Somerville on Wednesday next, when a valuable property will be submitted. FRANKSTON residents are reminded of the adjourned meeting in connection with the Kananook Creek question, which is to be held at the Mechanics' this (Satur tday) evening. - . . Macn sympathy was felt in Morning ton when the death of Mr Charlie Kirk (son of Mr and Mrs Kirk, of Mornington) became known. Mr Kirk died in Mel bourne a few days ago. THE work of re-flooring the Frankston Mechanics' Institute was commenced on Wednesday. The supporting cross pieces were found to be in a remarkably good conjition after their lengthy service. 2MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. - Australian Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society Limited.-The annual meeting of mem bers was held to-day. The year was re ported as the most profitable in the So ci...

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