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MOOROODUC. ANNUAL PICNIC AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

MUOORDODUC. ANNUAL PICNIC AND SPORTS. The " one " event of the year, the annual 3Mornington Butter Factory Sports, at that picturesque spot." Pen bank," has again passed with 'satisfac tion to all, and every year the gather ing becomes more popular, bur this year, however, was somewhat ham pered by a very welco'me rain that continued to keep-things moist until after midday, when the sky cleared and the picnickers began to bestir themselves and arrive on the ground. The usual programme of events here are always most attractive, the win ners receiving spot cash, which is collected by donations generously given by the many well-wishers resid ing as far off as Frankston and sur rounding townships. Punctually to time, the energetic secretary (Mr J. E. Jones, who always has things well in hand) announced the Maiden Plate. There were six entries, and a brisk run of 100 yds put P. White 1st and L. Garlic 2nd. Second-event, liitle"girls race, 10 andf under--Edith Voodhouse 1st, Ada Unthank 2...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) INTERESTING LECTURE ON POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

(Copies of the STNDARD scan be obtanied from Mr E. Rudduck.) INTERESTING LECTURE ON POULTRY Mr H. V. Hawkins, poultry expert of the Agricultural Department, gave a lecture on Monday night, under the auspices of the Dromana and Red Hill Society, the subject being " Poul try Breeding and Management." The admission being free, there was a record house i The lecture was illus trated by excellent lantern views. Mr Hawkins, in introduction, gave a very lucid explanation of the excellent work that has been and is being done by the Agricultural Department, pat ticularly emphasising the value of Dookie and Longernong Colleges and the great improvements made in these institutions during the last few years. Passing to the subject of the evening, the lecturer, with the assistance of the lanterrn views, first proceeded to ex plain what not to do, and what not to breed. Mr Hawkins strongly depre catel flocks of miscellaneous breeds running together, recommended keep ing one breed and keeping it g...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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A HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

A HIT.--The Wairarapa Times. re marks that a witness in a--court case at Palmerston, N.Z., said "It was a principle of journalism that a meeting. which was not -advertised was not reported by the Press.' - This prin ciple does not ap~pear to be understood by some pe sons. For instance, it is quite a common experience for people to drop into. a newspaper office and ask for locals for entertainments and meetings, concerning which not a word of advertising has appeared. To ask for locals on these conditions is about on a par:with entering a baker's shop and asking for a loaf without paying for it. A newspaper proprietor gives locals in return for advertising support, and people should not expect locals or reports on any other condition."

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Exciting Cricket Contest. FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. A REMARKABLE FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

Exciting Cricket Contest. FRANKSTON v..SOMERVILLE. A REMA RKABLE FINISH. The. downfall of Frankston on Saturday at the hands of the Somer villites in connection with the Pe ninsula Association was not generally expected, though a close game was an ticipated. Somerville took the wickets first, Grant and Martin opening to the bowling of Firankston's usual pair, Bax ter and Deane. When Martin had made 9, he wvas caught by Harley off Baxter, and the first wicket fell for. 1-9-15. Murray, the next man, kept his end up for some time while Grant began to score, but was very smartly stumped by Kennedy before scoring. Gault hit out freely,. and was just going nicely when Baxter gave him a '! puzzler," which clean bowled him-3-12-50. Grant was playing a grand steady game, scoring off loose ones freely. Gomm came next, and off the first ball should have been; caught in the. long field, but Box and Burton, both trying for the catch, collided, an easy chance being thus thrown away. However, afte...

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meeting of -the delegates of the Federal Football Association took place at Mentone on 16th March, the -.ro-qidant..o£Cr?.- ,o ;.- the minutes in reference to an un registered player being allowed to play with the consent of the two captains. Delegates opposed. it strongly saying it left-a loop hole. After a lot of dis cussion it was'finally decided to put in a date. Seven clubs :are'in the Association, with the likelihood of another-E1len dale, M ordialloc, Cheltenham, Men tone, Glen Huntly, loorabbin, Frank ston, and probably 'Malvern Presby terians. The patrons are as follows: -Sir John Madden, Sir Thomas Bent, Hon. Agar \Vynne, and Cr Small. It was decided to give two trophies, one for premiership, and one for run ners-up. The premiership trophy is given by the Association, valued £4 4s; runners up, a trophy given by the Hon. Agar Wynne, valued at £2 2s. Cr Le Page said he wished to thank them for electing him -President. Al though no...

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TYABB CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

TYABB CLUB FORMED. A meeting of-Tyabb football enthu siasts was held on Thursday evening, 18th inst., when it was decided to form a club this year. Mr J. D. Grant was elected president, and other office bearers are-Vice-presidents, !Messrs H. T. Noble and J. T. Baker; trea surer, Mr R. TV. Slocombe; secretary, Mr A. E. Hollier.

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

-E AN INVITATION FoR 1909. Cordially Invite you to call, when next in Melbourne at their Salesroom, 66 .Elizabeth St., . For a few minutes rest. and a refreshing Cup of Tea (gratis). Also, if not already using th'em, WRITE AT ONCE for FREE TESTING SAMPLES Of th ..ir delicious TEAS, - COFFEES, -& - COCOAS Please Warehouse and Factory: mention this 30 Flinders-street. Paper. Salesroom: 66 Elizabeth-street. Alcock & Co. Prop. Ltd. SLAZENGER'S New Shipments of Tennis every Three Yo iths. Renshaw ... ris Demon ... 21s E.G.M ... 35S Match ... 8/6 Covered Balls, i6s dd doz. - 4 . o/6 Uncovered, los, 12s doz. .. 5 ... -~2/6 155 & 157 ELIZABETH-ST., MELBOURNE. C. P. Stanwa y, TAILOR ROTHSCHILD CHAMBERS, 360 COLLINS ST., - - - M elbourn.e. THE BEST QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST'PRICES. FIT, STYLE, QUALITY, AND PRICE my Motto. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. C.P.S. visits Fr nkstnn rIeilaly, and nap be seen at Gregory's Hotel. Orders from all parts of the Peninsula attended to. Rail...

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

SUMMER --TIME TABLE - FOR MOR2INGTON PENIUSLA. MELBOURNE TO FR&NKSTON. r p.m. p.m, p.m. a.m 'a., , ,m, Sats. Sate. Sats, p.m, p.m, p,m. p,in only or. Mlelb, dep. 7.43 810 8.42 12.20 1,12 1.18 4.85 530 0.20 11.35 Corrum 0.11 90.23 9.51 1.30 2,20 32 6 551 0.23 7.29 12,41 F'keton, arr. 9.22 9.34 10.2 1,41 2.37 2.43 0.2 0.34 7,40 12.55' FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNe. Sate, . ats. a.m. am,. p.m. p:m p.m. p.M. p.m, p.m. Frankston, dep, 7.12 830 12.17 2.8 3.3 3.8 6.40· .8.20 Carrum 7.,3 8.41 12.28 2,32 3.14 3.19 5.51 '831 Melbourne, arr, 8.32 9.48 1.37 3,42 4.25 4,30 1,21 9,42 MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. SUNDAYS. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m Melb., dep, 10.45 10.55 2.25 0.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 11.40 12.4 3.34 7.13 10.39 F'kston, arr. 11.51 12 15 3.45 10.50 PRANKSTON TO-JMELBOURNE. - SUNDAYS. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep, 9 20 4.23 8.15 Carrum 9.33 4.31 7.18 8.26 Melbourne, arr. 10.42 5.42 8.20 9.30 MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... 1.18 8.42 5.30 Carrum ... ...

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Football. SOMERVILLE CLUB. ENTHUSIASTIC ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

Football. SOMERVILLE CLUB. EpNTHUSIASTIC ANNUAL MEET ING. The annual meeting of the Somer ville Football Club was held in the Mechanics on Friday last, March 19, when there was a good attendance of members,: who were most enthusiastic, and the coming season should prove a record in the history of Somerville football. Mr S. S. Gault congratula ted the team on the, sterling perfor mance put up by them during last sea son, and hoped to see them occupy even a higher position this year. The balance sheet showed a credit balance of about £1. Unanimous votes of thanks were ac corded the captain, secretary and dele gates. ENdOURAGLG PROSPECTS. The general prospects of the team for the coming season were discussed, and it was found that although several players would be lost through joining Tyabb;-still,; with l?ew'men':who'had come "toth-e district and young players coming on, 'it was thought that the team would be, if anything, stronger than last year's: It was decided to rejoin the Penin ...

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

TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARa can be obtained from M1r D. MI. Bett.) A public meeting is to be held in the Hall on Monday evening, con cerning the removal of the post office from the railway station to G. T. Slocombe's store. From what I can hear of it, some are against the move ment and some for, so the Progress As sociation is being expected to take steps-in .the -matter.G Ib- is-nall-very well to call on this body to air public grievances just when something par ticular or important crops up. Very little interest is taken in the As sociation and its doings, yet, when anything unexpected occurs, the cry of '" Vhere's the Progress Associ ation" is heard, generally from those who are non-members. From the formation of the Association, July 1902, till the annual meeting of 1907, the average membership per year was 28, but since 1907 up till the present the average has been 12. Judging by these figures, it would seem as though the majority of the public are satisfied with what had be...

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

You make preparations for a rainy day. then why not for a cold or attack of - in- fluenza? You don't need to make costly preparations-rmerely: invesat Is 6dl mn bottle of Chamberlain's C?ngh Remedy. For sale by all storekeepers. Mr A. Anglin, Eureka-street. Ballarat Vic., writes : " Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is a tip, top remedy for cramps in the stomach, diarrhoea and dysentry. I have used it and can therefore attest to its merits. I never fail to praise Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whenever an opportunity presents itself." For sale by all storekeepers. S :.Public Notices. " -. Miss ·Elsie O'Neill, TS prepared to receivePupils in'PIANO I FORTE, HARMONY, & THEORY. TerIns on application to "Gertville,' Melbourne Road, Frankston. Iianoforte. MISS DORA CARTER, (Successor to Miss -J. CAMERON) Is prepared to receive Pupils for Pianoforte and Theory. .. Pupils prepared for Examinations . . Terms,:etc., on application to " Saltaire" "Morn...

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

Auction sales. Wednesday, 31st March. At 2 o'clock, SOMERVILLE MARKET. DAY. 7 HEIFERS, .PIGS, FURNITURE etc. No Entry Fee. No charge unless sold W. P. F.sr.r.ssr, Auctioneer, Cheltenham. Tanti Monthly Market. MONDAY, 5TH APRIL. Alex. Scott & Co. W ILL hold their usual Monthly Sale as above, at 1 o'clock sharp, when they will offer 30 2 to 31 yr. old Steers and Heifers, in fair Store condition, and a few Dry Cows. 100 head Mixed Cattle. Entries invited with Alex. Scott Z: Co., Auctioneers, Dan denong and Korumburra. Auction Sale. HOUSES & BUILDINC SITES. FLINDERS & DISTRICT. L WILDING has received instruc * tions from various owners to offer for Sale (through an Auctioneer) several EXCELLENT PROPERTIES, on EASTER SATURDAY. APRIL 0li, 1900, at Flinders Mechanics' Institute. ARARE OPPORTUNITY for good investments at advantageous terms. Further particulars later. Clearing Sale, CAPE SCHAN CK. Wednesday, 21st April. ALEX. SCOTT & Co. & L. 1VsLDING ...

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

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Frankston BOfn'' ' flR E, Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requiremonts. Every Customer Well Served. PRICESýRIGHT. GOOD GOODS KSAND SHqOES, ROPE SANDALS, LADIESt AND GENTS. IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid As;ortment. REPAIRS NEA fLY EXECUTED SOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, ;Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRA N KSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: C?haff- and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce: n Stock. 2 A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime lMeat Only Kept ............... Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought.............. Constipation and Biliousness. 0- The immense number of orders far Frootoids, sent by pest direct to t..o Pro prictor, is convinci'-g proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are i;nuneusely r,: ,r valuable than an ordinary aperient; t...

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Dromana & Red Hill Show MARRED BY RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 27 March 1909

Dromalia Red iiill Sb1ow MARRED BY RAIN. President, N.. Rudduck, Esq., J.P.* Vice-President, A. Fulton,. Esq.; Committee-Messrs D. Cairns, T. P. Durack, J. C. Griffith, junr., W. A. Holmes, G. Hoskins, T.Chapman, A. Haig, and-R. White; Hon. Auditors -Messrs W. A. Gibson, and Earnest Budduck; Hon. Treasurer-Jas. E. Boag, Esq;. Hon. Secretary-A. V. Shaw. The committee of the Diomnana and Red Hill H. and A. Society has ex perienced bad luck in several ways during the year, and on WVednesday last, the day. of the annual show, the fates were still unkind, a wet and alto gether unpromising jmorning militat ing considerably against-the success of the event. Rain fell copiously during the preceeding night, and continued at intervals till Wednesday. afternoon. The- attendance was consepuently greatly affected, uand-thoiigh the rain cleared off in the afternoo6n, there waiis at the most bhut a scanty gathering at the Dromana Mechanics' hall and ground. The fact of the show ground having been ...

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

LOCAL AND CENERAL: ADVERTISERS and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion in the STANDARD should reach the office not later than by FriUay morning's letter delivery at Frank ston. As per advertisement, a_meeting is to be held at Mornington to-night to con sider the formation of a racing club. THE Mfornington Football Club will hold 'theirannual meeting, in, the lodge room" of 'e Mechanics next, Monday night.' 0 STHE valuable houho old furniture and effects at " Bungunyah," Hastings, will be sold by auction on April 14th. Particu lars are advertised this issue. AN important auction sale of desirable buildings and building allotments will be held at Flinders, as per advertisement, on Easter Saturday, April 10th. A QUANTITY of new furniture is of fered for immediate sale, on account of the owner leaving the district. Particu lars are advertised this issue by S. S. Gault, Somerville. A GRAND ball will be held at Flinders next Wednesday evening, March...

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MORNINGTON PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

MORNINGTON PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A meeting of delegates in connec tion with the above was held at the Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Thurs-' day night of last week, Mr L.-Ha£ risen (senr.) being in the chair. There were present-Messrs Menck and R. Cohen (lMorningrton), Griffith and S. Martin (Somerville), T. Knox and H.' Kerr (Hastings). and W. Baker and T. Noble (Tyabb). Mr Menck was elected Secretarypro tem. An apology was received from the Dromana dele gates for their non-attendance, and stating the club's intention of again joining the Association. There is al so a likelihood of Baln.rring entering the' dompetition.- - - E, ed a On thed 'mition 6f Messrs 'Griffith? and Martin, it was" decided that the" Peninsula Association be continued for the season 1909. The Secretary read the first annual report and balance sheet, which was received on the motion of T. Knox (Hastings), and S. Martin (Somer ville). The report was as as follows: Mr Chairman and Gentlemen,--I have much pleasure i...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

SOMERVILLE. &tEaster time several of our residents are taking a much ne.ded rest after the arduous task of grappling with the large fruit crop. Mr and Mrs S. S. Gault and family leave on Wednesday for a week's golf at Flindersi. Mr and Mrs T. Thornell, Messrs C. Thornell, S. E. Martin I. M. Grant, E. Gomm, Jas. Taylor, and Ralph Philbrick depart on Thursday for a ten days' trip to Tasmania on a cricket tour. - On Monday last a meeting of the Fruit growers' show committee was held, and accounts amounting to £120 were passed for payment. At the next monthly meeting on Mlonday several matters of interest are to be.discussed-tlhe utility of inspectors in orchards, the price of fruit cases, the advisabilityof erecting an evapo rating plant, and show business. On Sunday the harvest festival of the Presbyterian church was held in the Me chanics'Institute, the seating capacity of that building being fully taxed. The singing of well-known hymns was vigor oun, members of the choirs of...

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Worms in Children. A VERY PREVALENT COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Worms in Children. A VERY PREVALENT COMI PLAINT. In very young children much of the irritation and fretfulness is often due to the presence of worms. Restless ness, fitfulness, sudden starts and wetting the bed during sleep, hardness and fulness of the belly, irregular movements of the bowels, excessive secretions of saliva from the mouth, are invariably indications of the irrita tion caused by worms. In older children the same symptoms are present, but more distinctly de fined. Grinding of the teeth, violent movements of the legs and arms, and undue flow of saliva, which causes frequent efforts to swallow. The bowels are irregular. The breath is usually foul, and the child is languid and peevish, The tongue preternatur ally or alternately red, and covered with a white slimy mucus. A. short, dry cough; emaciation, slow fever, irregular pulse, and sometimes convul sions. Loss of appetite frequently al ternates with a craving for food. In deed, the latter symptom is most pro nounced i...

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Mornington Court of petty Sessions. Thursday.-Before Messrs W. Curwen Walker, Joseph Harris, and Dr Somers, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. Tbursday.-Before Messrs W. Curwen Walker, Joseph Harris, and Dr Somers, J's.P. Henry Geo. White alias James T. hittle was charged with the larceny of an um brella, the p-operty of )Mr T. R. HIender sen, of Bendigo, who was spending a holi day at Morningtc n. The accused came to Mornington with the Building Trades pitnic on :March 27, and about 3 p m. was seen coming out of Kirkpatrick's hotel with the umbrella, which was recognised by a lady visitor at the hotel. Informa tion was given to the police, and Con tions, and the Bench sentenced him to four weeks imprisonment in the Melbourne gtol, with hat :.abor. At the Childrencs Court, Mrs Mary C. M'Donald, of Bittern, applied for State aid for her fourchildren. An order was made by the Bench recommending four shillings per week for each child.

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Cricket. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Cricket PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. TYABB. The above match created a deal of excitement on Saturday last; owing'to the fact that the teams were first and second respectively in connection with the P.C.A. The match was played on the Frankston ground, in perfect weather. Tyabb had'their best eleven afield, and intended, if possib'e to give the locals a severe drubbing, but this was not- to be, aLm Frankston again proved their superiority, and ran out easy winners, by 197. The locals won the toss and sent Tyabb in to bat, J. Grant and W. Baker,open ing to the bowling of Baxter and Rob-, ertson. For a time the scoring was slow, and when 3 was up Baker was caught by Capt. Box, off Robertson, for 2. Denham partnered with Grant and carried the score to 17, when the for mer was clean bowled by Robert son fof 12. This bowler was keeping a splendid length, and had the bats men at his mercy, but a loose ball now and again was taken advantage of. Slocombe joined Grant, but when the boar...

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