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TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD Cen be obtained from Mr D. MI. Bett.) - Attention is drawn to several ad vertisements in this issue, showing that we people in this part never grow tired of amusement. Firstly, it is an nounced that a first class moonlight concert will be held in the Park (Oliver's Creek) on Wednesday, March 3rd, when a good programme has been arranged by the committee, and every thing will. be done that will make for the comfort and enjoyment of patrons. The next of the advertisements con vey the knowledge that the much-talked of race meeting will be held on Fri day, March 26th. In regard to this meeting, it may be told that a great amount of work has been done to get the course in good order, towards which, no doubt the rain which fell this week will materially assist. To.night the H.H.U. will hold a "Special " in aid of the Melbourne Hospital, in accordance with the wish of the members, expressed a fortnight ago. Last year about thirty shillings were raised for this...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

Obituary. We regret to have to announce that Mrs Gillett, of "Sunnyside," Morn ington, passed away on Sunday last, after a brief illness. She was about as usual on the Thursday, but on Friday Dr. Thomas, of Canterbury, the family doctor, had to be called. from town. He immediately recognised the serious ness of the case, and telegraphed for Dr. Moore, of Collins St. A severe operation was successfully performed, but her strength failed, and she gradu ally sank in spite of all the skill and care of Dr. Thomas, who remained with her to the end. The funeral took place on Tuesday, leaving " Sunny side " at7 a.m. to catch the morning train. Although the funeral was not announced, a few friends attended, to show their sympathy, and amidst tini versal regret and solemn tolling of the church bells, the train started for Mel bourne. At 10.15, the funeral left Collins St., where many friends joined, and proceeded to the family vault in the Melbourne general .,cemetery. Many floral expressions...

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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) -The Bellarine Farmers' Association held their annual picnic at Dromana on Tuesday, when about 500 excur sionists arrived per the "Edina" at noon, as was the caselast year. The day passed pleasantly and without a hitch. This result was due to. the energies of Messrs Keddell (secretary), Dorgin (treasurer),'Harvey, Ibbitson, members of a strong cominittee. l:-It is to be hoi? d that this picnic=. will ? now be an anniial event, as Dromanas will always gladly welcome the class of ex cursionists that come from Portarling ton. The picnic was acconipanied by a-very efficient brass band, which, ren dered a number of high-class and popu lar selections throughout the day. The Edina left at 5 p.m., amid hear ty cheers and inutual good wishes. Messrs Morrow Bros..had a narrow escape from losing theirhibomestead on -Tuesday evening. An alarni was brought in by. motor, car, that a bush fire was raging all r.irund the house. A...

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METHODIST CHUCH, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

,IETH3DIST CHUCI-I, FRANK STON. Harvest thanksgiving services in connection with the above church were he'd on Sunday last. In the morning, service was conducted by the Rev. H. TVallace. The front of the pulpit was beautifully decorated with fruit, vegetables, greenery, etc, set out and arranged in a most effective man ner. The scheme of decoration showed considerable artistic skill, and reflected great credit on those responsible for same. In the evening- the Rev. E. W. Nye occupied the pulpit, and gave a masterly and interesting discourse on the subject of The Harvest. The rev _o0:aleman referred to the harvest as people as an ordinary result of a course of work such as ploughing, harrowing, etc., but the harvest was a matter of wonder and mystery, and offered food for the reflective mind. The mystery of life was prominent, and without life there would be no harvest. God in his goodness had provided sufficient for all, and it was only through man's mismanagement and heedlessness t...

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Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. TYABB v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. TYABB v. FRANKSTON. The third round of the above com petition was concluded on Saturday, and gnly one more has nodi"j£ be' played before the Association is con-; cluded. The three first clubs on tlie list, Frankston, Tyabb and Somerville, are separated by only a few points, and interest in the last round should be keen. Frankston maintained their lead by defeating Tyabb for the third time this season, and on that performance should be on top when the last round is complet:d. The home t-am (Tyabb), won the toss, and sent their opponents to the wickets. Baxter and 'Robert son, the usual pair, opened, and playerd steadily for some time. When Baxter had made 16, he touched one from Floyd, and was caught behind the wickets. Robertson, aftei" making 10, was also dismissed by the same bowler. and aspects assified- rather a ser ious nature for Frankston. Jack .played a very useful - and "attractive innings. His runs were made when they -were badly 'needed, and his 24 ...

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Harvest Festivals. ST. PETER'S CHURCH, MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

ST. PETER'S CHURCH, MIORN INGTON. The harvest festival in connection with St. Peter's Church of England was held on Wednesday evening. A large congregation attended, and en joyed a bright and hearty service. The choir was reinforced by several members of the Presbyterian choir, and under the direction of MIr Ferber, rendered very good music. - The Rev. E. S. Hughes, of East Mlolbourne, preached a very appropriate sermon, bringing out the various lessons which a contemplation of God's works incul cate. The church was beautifully decorated by-the ladies, who turned out in force and arranged the magni ficent donations of tflowers, fruits, and vegetables. Some of the pumpkins must have weighed 70 or So lbs each. Should the donations remain fresh, they will be allowed to .remain over Sunday, and the fruit and vegetables will then be sent to town to feed the hungry.

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CARRUM v. CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

CARRUM v. CARLTON. -A matchb was played on the Carrum ground against; a team fromi the Carlton club, which ended in a dray;v, each side -scoring 56 runs, although the local boys only played 10 men, so 'the match can be reckoned in their favor. On a former occasion, Carrum were defeated by 41 runs, so probably the visitors did not send down the strongest team. C. Rigby was in good bowling trim, taking 3 wickets for 5 runs. Scores are as follows: CARRU M. H Steel, b McNamara ... ... 10 A Graham, b Shaw ... ... 8 A Forsyth, b Mclnnes ... ... 1 H Rigby, b McInnes ...... 0 Catamore, caught, b Shaw ... 12 . A Tiigby, Ibw, b Shaw ...... 4 C Righy caught, b Frieherg 2 T Bethune, not out ... ... .'2 H Newboory, b Collins ... ... 0 . L Williams, b Collins ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 8 Total .. ... .. 56 Analysis-Corroll 0 for 11, McNamara 1 for 5. Youl 0 for 8, McInnes 2 for 12, Shaw 3 for 10, Frieberg I for 1, Collins 2 for 1. CABLTON. Youl, b Steel ........ 0 Carroll. b Steel ... ... ......

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

h MOOROODIJC. Thelarge party that has gone:to Cape' Schanck for, a fortnight, comn prising many of the Jones family and friends, and captained by our well known councillor, H. P. Woodhouse, Esq., J.P., are, having a most glori ous timd. Some of the trippers com prise expert anglers from the old coun try, and here in our salubrious clime, with plenty of fish, are keeping the camp well supplied with the many kinds of fish that are available. In cluded in the party is a promising young'artist who is securing photos of the many notable features of the wild and rugged coast of the Cape; these will be sent to distaht parts, and will in time add to the popularity of the Cape as a first rate holiday resort. I am sorry to say that some severe cases of illness still remain in our midst, and recovery is very slow. Apple picking for export is now; in full swing, and some large .consign ments are being got ready. This sea son promises to be a record for apples, the Jonathan trees on the young or...

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

. LANGWARRIN The Langwarrin Progress Associ ation held its annual picnic at Frank ston on Thursday of last week, in, the reserve near the pier. The day was a perftct one for the occasion, and al though the gathering was not quite so lrrge as last year, it was a composition of agreeab!e spirits, add everybody thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Mr W. Oates, president of the association, appeared in his usual pleasant form, and spent a good deal of time in the early part of the day making visitors feel quite at home. Mr H. H. Lloyd, secretary, and his energetic committee, had pre-arranged a good programme of sports for both young and old-male and female, and all took their handi caps, which were very willingly and ably given by Mr J. Lloyd and Mr J. W. 'McGraw, without demur. The 'ecretary put in a very hard day in collecting enti-ies for the various events. The first and second prizes in each of the children's races were paid for by the association, but the third prize in each event was t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

Professional Notics. J. Nott Marsh B EGS to notify the Publie of Franks ton and surrounding Districts that he has Opened a House,. Land & Es tate Agency In BAY STREIET, FPANKSTON (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 be too Large or too Small to Let br Sell. A. E DE SAXE, 1oo Exhibition Street, (Between Collins and Little Collins Sts.) ME L BOURNE PAINLESS - DENTISTRY. ROLLAI FR ASEIR, L.U.S., AND M.A.C.D `` tEUTiL SURýRO1I AS p'easure in stating that he will visit FRANKSTON on -WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, and can be consulted between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at FBANKSTON HOUSE, or by appointment. PRIVATE ADDRESS- 523 MALVERN ROAD, TOORAK. (4 Min. from Hawksburn Station,) Tel. 413 Win. NOTICE. DR. W. B. BOUGHTON, l.R.C.S.L.M. EDIN. L.S.A. LOND (Late of Richmond and Brunswick) W ILL see and visit Patients DAILY. " Froheulog.', flack Beach Road Sorrento. HOURS: Morning-9-11 a.m....

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

Tennis. Balnarring played the return match with Frankston on Saturday on the latter's court, and regained the ashes lost by them:on the previous occasion, when Frankston defeated them by 20 odd games. Both clubs were weak ened by the absence of prominent players, the locals being especially handicappe- in tsat direction. How ever, the games proved remarkably even throughout, and 'at the close of 'the day's play Balnarring came out winnersby twvo games. The Frank. ston club were fortunate at the last minute to have the services of Dr. Maxwell, the new medico, who, from his performance on Saturday, should prove a great acquisition to the club. Splendid refreshments were provided by the ladies of the home team, who are to be conmplimented on the ex cellent repast. Scores : Dr. Maxwell and Miss Pettit (F.), v. MIr Kitchen and Sliss Oswin (B.), 10-8. Mr E. Reynolds and ,Miss Stevens (F.), v. Mr Guy and Miss Biven (B.), 5-6. Dr Maxwell and Mr E. Reynolds (F.), v. Messrs Guy and Kitchen (B...

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FLINDERS (Copies of THE STANDARD can be obtained from Mr J. Simmonds). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

(Copies of THIe STANDARD C?l be obtained fram Mr J. kimmonds). It is very gratifying to hear:from the hon. secretary* of the Flinders Agri cultural and Horticultural Society that the prospects of the forthcoming ex hibition, which has been fixed for March 31st, are very encouraging. Progress as regards both entries and subscriptions appears to be clearly indi cated. At a committee meeting, at tended by members from Balnarring, Red Hill, Boneo, and other districts contributing to the society, held in the Flinders Hall recently, a larger sche dule was formulated than has previ ously-been underta en. Log chopping competitions are now to be included, Which should certainly add to the popularity of the show. At the annual meeting of subscribers of the Flinders Mechanics' Institute, held on the evening of Friday, 19th inst., Messrs T. Darley (chairman), Buchanan, Day, Maxwell, Prebble, Planek (hon. treasurer), and Farr (hon. secretary), were elected'as a committee for the ensuing year. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

Somerville Fi-uitgrowers":. Associatioi. ANNNUAL - SHOW TO BE HELD IN THE Spow Buildings, Grounds, and li nstitute cd?o'a° o.=,MA! WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. Grounds open to the Public at 11 a.m.; Buildings at 1 p.m. Open ing Ceremony to be performed by His Exscellenty the Governor, SIR T. GIBSON-CARMIlCEAEL, -ac 1 O'clock. pi.nt~ nt Amntemelts and $Ide shows?. -. Braua ]and. HUNTING & JUMPING EVENTS, &c., &c. -All Cattle to be paraded at 11.30 am. ADMISSION :-Adults ls, Children (under 12) 6d. Horses is, Vehicles is 6d each to Ground. EXHIBITORS:-Be sure and read Rules and Regula tions and Entrance Fees at end of book, iin order to avoid errors. CLASS A.-FRUIT. Stewards.-E. Martin, John Firth, J. E. Taylor, and G. Webb. OPEN COMPETITION. APPLES.-(Must be grown by Exhibitor.) I-Collection of six varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. 1st, box of Tea, value 125. 6d., gift of Henry Berry. Esq., merchant, Melbourne; 2nd, 5s.; 3rd, 25. 6d. 2-Collection of twelve var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

Amusements. T ANGWARRIN METHODIST CHURCH,I CONCERT & SOCIAL MoxnAY, MARCu 1sT. Good programme. Admission Is. LAANGWARRIS CONCERT. - Mil lard's Cabs leave Bank corner 7.15. Fare Is. ITYABB Racine Club. Races on Fri Lday. MAscu l26rn. See dodgers. G. T. SLoco03BE, Hon. Sec. LAURIE BROS. GRAND OPEN-AIR GYMNASTIC SHOW, Including the FAIOUS BLONDIN, Will travel the Peninsula. Places and dates will be duly advertised. DROMANA SPORTS - MEETING, Wednesday, MIarch 17. Maiden Plate. 1:r £1, 2nS 10s : Sheffield Handicap, 1st r3, 2nd 10i.. 3rd 5s: Hurdle Race. 1st £2. 2nd 10s: Maiden Plate (for Horses), 1st £1 10s, 2nd ls ; Hurdle Race, 1st £2, 2nd 10s4 Pony Race, 13.1. 1st £2 l0s. 2nd 10s; Dromana Handicap. 2nd 10s; 14.2 Novelty Pony Race, 1st £2, 2nd 10s. E:ntrics for Sheffield Handi cap and Hurdle Race close MARCH 12rH. See Hand Bills. BALL & SUPPER IN THlE EVENING. J. C. GRIFFITH, jun.. Hon Sec. TYABB PARK, MOOILIGHIT CONCERT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3RD. First-class Programme. Col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

For Season's Trade c. DALMAN, Fiankston BOnm smfRB, Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES.RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPESANDALS, LADIES' AND GENTS.' TGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED SBOOTS and SHOES MADE to ODEB, IModerate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: - Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce: n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Oraers.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ........... Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............... Cotstipathivon f'a fBilibusness.' -o The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasa:.t to take; they are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 February 1909

LOCAL ':AND-CE ERAiL. IN this issue tenders are invited for the purchase of about 2000 flooring boards, secondhand.' Tenders close on Tuesday. M~a D. 1,Intosh, optician, notifies that he will visit Frankston professsonally on Thursday next. MIR and Mrs T. B. Harley, of Franks ton, leave on Monday for a trip to Fiji, and anticipate being away about six months. We wish them bon voyage and a safe return. THE programme of the Dromana Sports, to be held on 17th March is pub lished this issue: There are ten events, comprising horse, pony. and pedestrian races. - Entries close on March 10. THE Dandenong council has "resolved to give ratepayers at Carrum one week in which to adbpt the newly-installed pan service, after which prosecutions will be instituted against those who fail to do so. ,. S. Gault reports having sold at the Somerville monthly sale on Wednesday (in conjunction with W. P. Fairlam) 75 acres in the late James Carpenter's estate, at £4 10s per acre, to Mrs James Car penter. O...

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FRANKSTON v. NARREWARREN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

FRANKSTON v. NARRE WARREN. On Wednesday a team from.Narre Warren v-isited Frankston, -and' the locals, .-who._ had oinly.. a ' scratch" te?m, suffeied a very decisive defeat. e scores were as follows':= -Baxter, c Richardson, b Smith " 28 Robertson, b Woodley '.. .. 0 Box, c Woodley, b Smith 14 bhannon, c Duncan, b Smith ... 2 Lawrey, c Kemp, b Richardsonn 50 Bethune, b Philbrick . .. .. 35 Kemp, b Richardson ... ... 7 Burton. stpd, b Richardson ... 8 Dr Plowman, b Smith ... ... 10 Bolger. c, b Smith ... ... 0 McComb, not out ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... 16 Total ... ... ... 171 Analysis-P Smith 3 for 38, Woodley 1 for 43, Richardson. 3 for 41, Plilbrick 1 for 19, Smith 2 for 5. NARnE ,'ARREN. Richardson, c. Baxter, b Bethune 10 P Smith, run out ... ... ... 42 Richardson, run out ... ... 5 Paternoster, cBox, b Bethune ... 0 Philbrick, retired... ... ... 56 McLure, b Box ... ... ... 27 P Woodley, retired ......72 Smith c Baxter, b Robertson ... 18 Woodley, run out... ... ... 18 Meyer n...

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FRANKSTON v. BUFFALOES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 6 March 1909

FRANKSTON v. BUFFALOES. This match was -played at Frank ston on Saturday, the result beiihg a win -for Frankston by 11 runs. The scores were as follows : BIUFFALOES. Wilson, c, b J Box ... 2 Clarkson, , b J Box ... ... 1 WVebb, c, b Robertson ?... ... 6 J Wilson, b J Box ... ... 2 Price, stpd., b J Box ... ... 8 Denham, stpd., b J Box... ... 28 Loneridge, retired ... ... 15 Davis, b Shannon... ...... 5 Hargraves, not out ... 9 Maddock, not out... ...... 1 VWallace, c, b Shannon ... 3 Sundries ... ... ... 10 Total for 9 wickets ... 90 Analysis-Robertson 1 for 20, Box 5 for 43, Shannon 2 for 19, Aitken 0 for 10. FRANKSTON. Baxter, junr.. run out ... ... 1 Aitken, c Webb. b Denham ... 5 Box, b Price .... ....... 48 Robertson, b Longridge... 1 Shannon, stpd, b Wallace ... 8 Bethune, b Price ... 6 Dr Plowman, c, b Price ... ... 2 Plowman, stpd, b Longridge ... .0 Burton, b Lon-ridge ... ... 6 Bolger, c, b Price. ... ... Patterson, not out ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... .... 6 Total ... ... ....

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

MIOORODUC. During the week Nature has smiled on us by sending lovely showers of rain that have done good in every way, coming at a time not too late to be cold, and of course not over early. The grass has started to grow and al ready the native pasture has made over an inch of fresh leaf.. The late sown maize and the early sowh cereals for green feed are making .rapid _growth, and potato- patches that promised a faiiire are now a'picture and show every prospect of success. The cows also appreciate the change, and already their yield of milk has risen, con sequent on their being nore contented with things in general. Ploughing will now be pushed on with more rapidity than previously. The. land that a week ago was as hard.as could be is now thoroughly moistened, and farmers and others are delighted with the most refreshing change. I had the pleasure of witnessing the return to-day of our picnic party, as it travelled along our patchwork road, headed by the genial captain in his white,...

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

Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. There was a series' of walkovers in connection with the Peninsula Association on Saturday. Tyabb commenced the journey to Balnarring, but, on account of the rain, abandoned the trip when about half way. Hastings did not put in an ap pearance at Somerville, and Mornington failed to fulfil their engagement against Frankston. As far as we can learn, -Frankston head -.the lis..with. 52 points. having won 12 matches, lost one, and drawn two.

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