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Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FIXTURES FOR SEASON. 1st ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FIXTURES FOR SEASON. let ROUND. Nov.;4--Hastings v. Flinders. Tyabb v. Somerville. ,, 11-Flinders v. Tyabb. ,, Somerville v. Hastings. ,,23 Hastings v. Tyabb. Somerville v. Flinders, 2nd ROUND. Dec. 2.-Flinders v. Hastings. ,, , Somerville v. Tyabb. ,, 9-Tyabb v. Flinders. , , Hastings v. Somerville. 16-Tyabb v. Hastings. , ,, Flindersv. Somerville. .3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastings v. Flinders. ,, ,, 'Jyabb v. Somerville. ,, 20-Flinders v. Tyabb. ,, ,, Somerville v. Hastings. ,27-Hastings v. Tyabb. ,,, Somerville v. Flinders. 4th ROUND. Feb. 17-Flinders v. Hastings. ,,,, Somerville v. Tyabb. S24-Tyabb v. Flinders. , , ,, astings v. Somerville. Mar. 2--lyabb v. Hastings. Flinders v. Somerville. Reports of district functions items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor.
The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
The Stud. The following horses are advertised in the "Standard" to stand in the district this season: Bravo, Mr G. H. Grindal's well known Clydesdale. Fits Bells, MIrG. W. Booth's beau tifully ored trotter. Dandy, Mr P. Purves' staunch and shapely pony. Centrewood and Shepherd Lion, ir Gomm's well-bred Clydesda!es; 'also Bolinda, a fashionably-bred roadster. Tit Willow, MIr Walter Cairn's well-bied roadstel. Pagliacci, Mr T. H. Sage's thorough bred of much quality. Young Sir Andrew, Firth's shapely clydesdale.
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. Run it down to visitors Go to othsr places for your supplies Look sorry when a strangertalks to you of buying pr perty in it. Refuse to seos norlt in any scheme unless you are 'big dog" in it. Don't invest. Show your distrust by refusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your naighbour without knowing the facts.
Successful Concert at Mornington. A FINE PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
it Successful Concert ; at Mornington. -.--_-.. __ 3 A FINE PROGRAMME. a The variety concert which took i place in the Mechanics' Institute, b Mornington, last Monday night was I considered by all who witnessed it to Sbe the best and most nrijoyable. that - has taken place for some considerable i time. ''he only comnplaint the audience could :uake was that they "received too much for their money." The performance, which commenced at 8.15 p.m., was not concluded till 11 o'clock, so great was the reception given tho performers. At the conclu sion of the first part of the programme, Cr J. G. Barrett (on behalf of the Rev. Mother) thanked all present for their support and patronage, and stated thit this .concert ias organised annually for the Xmas. prizes, but the Rev Mother, on this occasion, was generously giving the proceeds to the Conventstall for thegarden fete, which is to be held in the park, commena. ing on Boxing Day, December 26th, and terminating on January 2nd. This fete (as...
PREFERENTIAL VOTING AT THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
PREFERENTIAL VOTING AT THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION. TO TIIE EDITOR. Sir,-nit iraicenit oheetieg eofthe Frankston branch of the Peoples' Liberal Party it was unanimously re solved' that preference should be exercised on the 16th as follows:-(1) Downward, (2) Burchett, (3) Murphy. It is anticipated that no one candi date will obtain an absolute majority on the first count, that it will be a c'oss contest between Downward and lMurphy, and that Burchett will poll the smallest number of votes. I wish to point out that the voting as above will not help Downward at all in the second count. If, however, Burchett occupios the bottom of the poll, the second preference of those who gave hinm originally the first preferouce will be reckoned as Arot preferences on the second count. I am, therefore, writ ing to urge all Liberals who feel con strained to give their first preference to Burchett to give their second to Downward. Such at course will be calculated to secure the triumph of the Liberal cau...
Housebreakers Active AT FRANKSTON AND CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
housebreakers- Active LT FRANKISTON AND.CARRUM.... The Frankston railvway station .was iroken into early oi Monday morning ast, thoughl nothing' of value was tolen. The assistant station master, ir Tasker, on comaing to the offices at .30, found the door burst open, and races that some person had been !ummaging about inside; the -ticket uptb-ord becin also burst open. The snly article stolen was a dress basket belonging to a lady who had arrived it Frankston fromBeondigo. This w..s Found on the road near- by, the con tents, various articles of elothing, being scattered about. No money was taken from the station offices, the drawer conltaining same Iot being interfered with. A man; on a bicycle wIas sen nerr the 'station about six o'clock by Mr liurdy, of Frankatoln, making towards the Cranbourne road. At Carruta on Surday eventng, during the temporary abshnre-eof the occupants, the residence of Mr F.- C. Johnson, was entered, and two watches and a gold chain stolen. When the occupan...
ABOUT A FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
ABOUT A FENCE; Sir,-I notice, in your. rport of'the meeting of the.Ftinders and Kenge rong. Shire Council in your issue of the 4th inst., where the council re ceived a report' fom Constable Raw lings drawing their attention to an old and dilipidated wire fence, erected by the councilmany years ago, on the Back road, Sorrento. " This• fence was originally. a four wire fence, and 411 that now reinains is one wire, and that is' the bottom one, :which is a most dangerous. obstruction. When the ithe constible's report..was read.at the meeting (according to the press report), Cr Clark.informned.the council mieet ing that the writ'er of the letter placed 'the wires there. This is absolutely an incorrect statement, and one of Cr Clark's -vild cat statements. The constable was perfectlycorrect in bring ing the existence of qny dangerous obstructions under the notice of the authorities. It is very interesting at Sorrento, and ratepayers on the Back Beach Road are patiently waiting to see whet...
CRICKET. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
.'. CRIC K E T. CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN COMPETITION FRANKSTON BEAT 'GLENHINrLY. Frankston scored their first win on Saturday, when they beat Glen huntly by 84 runs. Glenhuntly made 95, and Frankston replied with 179-Ben Baxter 73, Harley 25, Kennedy 24, Gunther 11, and Ellis 17 being the highest scorers. Frankston B's finished their match against the E. Malvern Con gregationals, being easily beaten. The winners scored 124 in their first innings, and Frankston re sponded with 35 and 22. Captain M'Comb was top scorer in the first innings with 12 not out, and in the ler, withl 7.
CATTLE SECTIONS AT FRANKSTON SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
CATTLE SECTIONS AT FRANK STON SHOW. TO TIIE EDITOR. Sir,--In reply to -"Nine secatin's" letter in your last issue, I think, if the writer had the g~ood and welfare of the show at keart,, it would have been better had he written to the secretary. direc', who ivould then have placed the matter before the committee. It is iot too late to do so nowe. The com mittee are at all times open to receive suggestions. Yours, etc- SECY. F. H. & A. ASSOOIATION.
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FLINDERS V. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FLINDERS V. HASTINGS. The opening matches for the sea son in the above competition were commenced on Saturday. Flinders beat Hastings by 101 to 66. For the winners A. Delaney with 33 was top-scorer. R. Cleave 20, A. Cleave 16, and M. Byrne 10, being next on the list. , Hastingp' most successful batsmen were A. Shehy 17, and J. Wilson 10. The bowling honors for Hastings were secured by J. Wilson and T. Mentiplay, with 3 wirkets echc for 14 and 19 respectively, while Flinders' most succe-sful trundler was A. Cleave, 6 for 24; Tom Stanley took 3 for 14,1
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
.LOCAL .AND GENERAL The Sunday train to MIornington'com menced last Sunday, and was well patronised. The 'Eumeralla'-also made her'first bay trip on Cup day with a good I number on board. hlr C. S. Heddlestoue;practical watch. 1 maker and jeweller, notifies in this issue that he will visit'Franketon every Mon day, and that all orde.s (which may be left with Mr Mark Brody) will receive prompt and careful attention. All repairs are guaranteed. The matron of the Ragged Boys Home, Franketon, would be grateful for dona tions of eggs, butter, or jam, which may he left at * Deane's, Hay's, Shannon's, McDonald's, or goods sent by train can be left care of Mrs Andrews, railway station. - T.R. B.Morton and Son advertise two important auction sales of property in ':patiss~uis._O..,rovenshak.1Clh.-,hrys-will offer several desirable properties atHast.' ings, and on November 30th, Dr Sparks' highly improved farm at Flinders,con sisting of 111 acres, will be submitted. Mr H. B. Hanton caught a mon...
THE DOWNS. OPENING OF THE NEW HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
T-IEl DOWNS. OPENING OF THE NEW HALL: On Wednesday. night the new hall wai opened for social purposes, a concert and dance being held in aid of the hall funds.' The hall was'very well filled for both func tions. Mr Meekin, as litanist, heljed to make the concert go well, and played all the dance music splendidly. Miss Crowe, a visitor from Gippsland, sang two little songs very pleasingly, and her brother gave some comic items. Mr Crowe was recalled more than once, and was most enthusiastically re ceived. Mrs Plumeridgealso,,.. well received for her two songs. Mr Cooper supplied two solos with great credit; and Mr Viall's two solos on the trombone helped to give vari ety to the entertainment. Miss G. Sheridan and Miss Goody (who were before the public for the first time), were much appreciated for their recitations. At the close of the concert Rev. Geo. A. Kitchen proposed a vote of thanks to the performers and to Messrs J. Reynolds and W. Stewart, who has acted as joint secretaries....
Ragged Boys Concert. A CHEAP SHILLING'S WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
Ragged Boys Concert. A CHEAP SHILLING'S WORTH. Much p'easure is expressed locally that aoth, r concert is to be given in Frankston in aid of that very ch ri table a. d deserving cause, th,: Raigl-d - Boss home, and it is safe to anticipate another crowd d lous-. The orga,n iers -ave asranged a laug, vai'ied, and .nlrliant programme. and lhe artuts arscismeof Melbouirn'es le ding local talent. First class bioscope pictures of a vried nature, viwes of the home, inmates, vc'. will be pre-ented, and it is proballe that local scenes ai.d local faces will l shown on the sheet. The services of the ever popular Frankston f ivorite, Mr J.Fitzmn urice, will most likely be procured. This will be the irst public appearance of this beautiful tenor, since his voice h s been so well cutivated. 'r Will Bowers (tenor) is a first rate artist and has a hig reputat'on in Melbourne musical circes. sIr )lick Jones (b isso) is a hest in I io-elf, and is the poise-sir of deep rich voice, wi::t a woi.derful...
TYABB V. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
TY.%BB V. SOMERVILLE. This match was played at Tyabb, The locals batted first, and started badly, losing the first 3 wickets for IU runs. HI. and A.Denham stopped the rot by putting on 35 runs f9r the 4th wicket, knocking up 36 and 17 respectively; then G. Slocombe and L. Insigneri played merrily for a useful partnership, the former compiling 68 runs and the latter 29. The innings closed with S wickets down for 186; Somerville replied with 124, the highest scorers being G. Orant 30, Moore 22, H. Croft 19, S. Gault 14, G. Reed 13. Tyabb ,o by 62 runs. The most success ful 3owlers for Tyabb were G. Slo combe 4 for 15, F. Mills 4 for 39, A. Young 1 for 14, and for Somerville L. Cole 1 for 5, Gault 1 for 11, E. Gomm 2 for 33, C. Thornell 2 for 52.
SAVED EXPENSE OF SEA VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
SATVD EXPENSE OF 8?FA.OYAGE. Mr Wim. F.'Gnodr, ,((7 Victoria. St., htimberlair,'a l'ahlots have kept fromi me those terrible bilious attack, from which 1 suffertd for years. I uned to lose many na nght's rest with vile attacks of billious. ness, but when one is :ow threatening, one to three of Chamt.erlain's Tablets ward off the horrb'eo suffering again. ly doctor told me the only relief I could obtain from biliousness was to take a long sea voya.e, butafter taking Chamberlasu's Tablets I saved this time and expense."
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
At their Bittern market on Thursday, November 2nd, Alex. Scott and Co., report.-A good yarding of mixed cattle, the de mand was inactive and only a limited amount of business was done.-Fat sheep 1-s 4d, 4 years old bulldcks £5 10s, 2 years old bullocks £4 12s Gd; 60 aged ewes and lainbs Ss 10d. At Tanti Market. on Monday last, Alex Scott a:d Co., report.-A good ya rding of mixed cattle which were in good demand and .sold readily at increased rates.- Milkers £R 5., springers £6. 10s, springing heifers £4 12 fid, ewes and lambs 15s, jdisey heifer f1 years £3 12s Gd. Pigs.-A heavy supply, princi pally suckers, which were dull of sale at lowv rats.-Porkers heavy 31s Cd, suckers best l0 Gd, others 5s to 7s Gd, slips 1Is.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brody, M 2--Hogan J.• H 3-Rowan, 'larathon.' 4 -Campbell, M1ajor, AmeoSeld Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. ., .'Standard' Office' 7-Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grimwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Mr James Orice, "Moondah" 10-Robertson, II, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor 14-tiarrco?, C 15-Booth, 0 W 16-Plowman. Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. All 19-Mackie and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall, A, butcher 21-Masterton. H, 'Ruhria' 22-M'Donsld, i, storekeeper 23-Gamble, 11 24--'ollins, I.M., "Gracedale." 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jcrula' MORNINGTON,. 1-H-arrisot., L 2--orner, W A, auctioneer 3-U'Goi man. Mrs DROMANA. 1--udduck, E 2-Clamenger, H M 3-South Channel Lighthouse 4-.Edwards,GS C. SOMERVILLE. 1-Griffeth, 0 SORRENTO. 1-Continental 2-Allan, JD 3-Smitl, H B H 4-Smith, WS I 5-Goodall. John 6-Lombard, J
Westernport Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
'Westernport Progress. S: Association. A" meeting of the conmmittee of the. I~e..ernpurs P'rogress Associatiion tias lels at tile a1ll, 'Hastings, on 'liurs auy, lvovember 2nd. There was i (lull aLelodauco, 0ll. it. there had not IeeL Siieeti?g oI irultgroweL 0oil the 6alUe vrenng, every meimber would harve een present. The names of those whoie did attanud were--.uessrs.. t-anles (ziastiugs), i ennalm (nlastings), Gibson (lastinegsj, trtli.\1.?I'U1 UOr; iA .voolley (Uri Point), It. Davies (Has tings), \vilding (0lhnders), Latchford (Hastings), 1". Fedtlle (Hastings), Cap tain h\oodliouse (TI'abb), Cr. -ferrott (Iastings), and Dr. 'lowimati (Franks on)), hIon. sec. pro tenm. 'lne following officers were elected: President, Mr. J. L. Parkes, J.P.; vice presidents, Captain Woodhouse, J.P., and ?lr. Woolley; hon.,treasurer, Dr. Plowmilna; iron. secretary, Dr. t'low mian; assistant ihoi. secretary, Mr. A. T'. Denham. At the suggestion of Dr. Plowman, the title of assistant Iron. secretar...
RELIEVED AFTER MANY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
RELIEVTED AFTIER MANY YEARS. Chambcllain's.'Jablete have been the meanis of relieving tue of indigestion," wiliteP 'Ir James Ctffey, ex station master at Mentone, Vie. " 1 was for many yeats with the Victorian Raillways, buh am now -retired. In the tush tf woik thIlte one is apt to neglect onea elf and fly to all eerte of a'eged.remedies. ' In Clhmbrrlain's I'ablets I have fou d the right nne and the best one I hano ever tried These tiblets are a certain cure for tIdigeation.' Sold by all storekeepers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas. Noble) -Railway Store, Mornington. - CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY :STAND I -Y-T.F. H-.t U" TO-DATE ant STYLISH. QUALI i Y--T1I Fn-?hcet PRICE-- I e Lwe.s S-. (ur FlanneFltteP , Flannels. BOOTS Blakes Calicoe Sheeting., Dress BOOTS AND SHOES i uffu, Sik, iLace.e Ribbons, etc. Of Al Kinds and Prie [ STYLE--Tie L:terr City Vuluias is Your Own Town. - SATIFACTI.;N PLEDPED BY" US. GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE. Ironmongery and Crockery, a Good Stock always on Hand. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TOWN OR COUNTRY. Hghest Prices Giren for all kinds Farm and Dairy Produce D0 DISEASED TFTH POISON I 1tR c'-d En*s' H - States. -n on pau '3ut:dza. Do you suffer wilt. :s ?o?aooting pains in jaw, hrad and cheee,,ne ? Are you flicted with a sore throat, pains in the eye and esrt Or have you an offensive breath and nasty taste in your mouth from dioiarging gums and bursting gum boils ? How is-it possible to chew your food properly if. when you begin to eat, your teeth nerves...