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THE ELECTIONS. MORNING ON SEAT. LABOR CANDIDATE AT HAS INGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
THE- ELECTIONS. MORNING.!:ON SEA LABOR,\,kCAN' itsATl&X"A T' 'IHAS, ING8. 1 On Friday evening the' Hastings a Hall was packed to the door to hear the, policy of the Labor party ex- C pounded by Mr F. J. Murphy, the labor t parties' nominee for.Muornington. - Ow- I ig to some misunderstanding about c thedate, Mr Downward a'so attended t the ineeting for clhepurpose of address ing the electors and arranged with Mr t Murphy, who had engaged the hall, I to have three-quarters of an hour before his meeting. "Mr Jack intro duced MAir Downward and acted as chairman for him.' He spoke ont the lines reported in our last issue. . Mr Murphy, wilu was well received, commenced by condemning the admin istration of the Murray Government for the incapacity in 'providinig laud for the people of Victoria, showing how the Closer Settlement board had expended over three nillions of public money in acquiring estates and still suitable land was not avrilable for genuine farmers. The number of peo...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) WANTED—LOWER FREIGHTS AND FARES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
dix OUR LETTER BOX. !rs ,l- (We do not necessarily identify ourselves "withthe opinions expressed by corres en poidents.) at \ANTED-LOWVER FREIGHTS ies AND FARES. I's . --- . TO THE EDITOR. ie Sir,-It is well-known that railway g, charges are far too high. Tle interest id on the cost of building the lines has been made a chirge upon the traffic. 1- The result is chat we have a huge rail i- way debt of over £42,000,000, and -. high railway charges, The people is who have really bpnefitl'd have been r- owners and sleculators, a. distinct 1. from users of land. Thet advantages .of that expenditure have gone into h land values principally in the metro e politan area. Railways do not enable Sworkers to get better wagers, or pro ducers to get better prices for their 3 produce. They enable land-owners to . cllrge higher ients, or to.sell land at Shigher prices, thus making production less profit:b'e. My suggestion is that the interest on the cost if iailways, and their mnintenance, hI. und...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
Ailwsements. Ranged its' Home. Frankston. -A Gl.AND~ Bioiiope Entertainment. SATt-?!:I,.vi, ' C13IIER 1 t".11 ;gras Feet M Cp.s- date Pictures I :.-:tr.ad ~an,. :,.. h? y tlclbtnrne's lead ing arti-t- and others. .Ada-i-s'm is, Fetw Rlc-rvtd eats 2s. Bay .r Tickey T carl..-- t rad Nighl's E jo?r?ret in a t,?-d Cause. irankston ielhodist Sunday School Anniversary. --Will Ie re!rnrt:d a.n - Sunday, November 19th. l'rearher, 3MR "'. 1I DUFF. 3tImniag s?rie at 11 am. Aftermann Sp m_ Evini. : pm. And ar 3?1)OS.AY. N VEIEMIE R -2rn. A Grand Entertainment will he give.n Aetin n ng , :-italte etc. hy Schlrs. Commering;at S cl'ek A.dmission Gtl. iH. I:OSEhR, eec. Raonud Boys' Home. Jiemonstration 11ill take plae.at MELL UFliBN TOWN EALL, On TUESDAY, SOVEMBER 14ma, in sid- of New City lhme.c Leadirg .rtits. aositedo by a large paut of bir!' from Frankston. Twkvits may I obtainedl at the d",r,. A.mi.ionn is anl Is. \'. MIINTON, Iuon. Supt. Flinders Race Club. AN UAL RACE6. NE." YEAIR:S DAY, JA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER -Ciydebank," MORNINCTON, Executes all kinds et WATCH, CLOCK JEWELLERY and SPECIAL REPAIRS. Glasses sad keys fitted. Orders can be ldt with essrs Annear Bros, M?ning. tno: M r RaddueL.l Drenmsna; Messrs o1n i?d'on-, `tcritei or la- r ries.Messrs Cairns Ind Wi:ii.ms, who pass Ulydebank" daily. Fetmates given for repairs. ,f desi+ed, nefo-e .rorredine with them. I ids of evry destsiptiin uonnected with th- trede, i.c uding the msot up.to-dste m akes sf watches sub mitted for approval. Ctosn era visited by appointment r J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels sad Lugrs"'e re'ir-t a:.. promptly .l.livered. lto.w rt tm:i:"'5 ftr hire lPrices r,-. .. e etters ead Trelerams peompt'y .tten"ed to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, F'arskstorl. Famtlci W-.tet . n .,s' ........... Prime Meat Ou;y K- p.................. Smal: Gooe .f, Every D-.rription Fresh Dailr aides and Skins Bsight................ F. G. CI A...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. BIG SHEAF OF COMMUNICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
- Frankston and Hastings 1Shire Council. - MONTHLY MEETING.S BIG SHEAF OF COMMUNICA f TIONS. The monthly meeting of thbe above was held at. Somerville on j Wednesday, when there were pre sent:-Crs Ritchie (president), - Oates, Baxter, ' Perrott, Hodgins, I e Alstoc, Cole and Griffeth. R. cdRRESPONDENCE. 4 From W. G. Pettit. secretary e Frankston New. Years' Day Sports, 1e applying for use of park and' right 1. to charge admission to sports on d New Year's Day.-Application .e granted. A. Downward, M.L.A., stating he e would do his best to have Bill re Stransfer of land on Oliver's Hill . put through Parliament as soon as Spossihlc.-!feceived. SLands Department, notifying request that vacant land in High Sand William Streets, Frankston, be made available, had been re ferred for report.-Received Chief Electoral Oflicer, request ing that in future the'perfect-copy' lf the municipal roll be furnished to Electoral Registrars.-Received. Secretary for Lands, stating regulations framed by co...
Legislation of the Totalisator. AN IMPARTIAL VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
Legislation of the Total isator, AN IMPARTIAL 1'VE\ B--f,re the Mornington Young". Men's Mutual Improvrement Club, Rev. E. I. Nye read a- papsr entitled "An Impartial view of the Lmistation of the Totalisator." Uzfortunately, we are not able to pub!ish the- paper as promised, \Mr Nve having destroyed it after the meeting. The position taken by the writer was th t of an open minded eclqir.r, weighing the evi. derce for and against, with the desire to reach a fair anti clear c, c!usion. The first part of the paper dealt with the usual arguaoents advanced by the advocates of the I gislation of the "machine," e.g.-its fairnes', its ad. verse effect upon bookm'kin an.d bet'irg away from the racecourse, the opportunity afforded the Goveromest of increasing revenue, and, at the samt time, regulating Irtitng mo.e stric'ly in regard to children. At'en tio swes albod.awn to th- :er;,ici(u: Sr eti e of "(hettig upon er:dir," and its ali t!in u. d:r the r, gi-. ,of :ht t?ta!list'or. O r agi .' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
*BOWEL~coIPLAlMrs IN rac1ILD3N T'he most eucees3fU m.nidcine ia n3e tfr foie: c izp!tnts in c&n dren is Chamaer W- 1&, C~Aic. -oIserI end Diarrh.wa 1ei n dy. It can 1'wSy heb depended uyon t_ ewe Dirrfive' and 'Dysentery. Sld by all storekeepers. Ilo nington High School. TANTI AVSNUE., - MORNINGTON Day and Boarding School TIHR Course of Instruction includes Sall the branches of a Supcrior English Education, with 'Frqnch, Latin, Physical Culture, Needlework, Elocution, Drawing, Painting. Piano and .Violin tuition, 'rheory of Music, etc. Principal--MISS C EVERARD. A, A, KONE , Stock and Station Agent; Auctioneer, Main -Street, Mornington Properties Sold Estates Valued Surveyed and eSub divided. Sold by Auction 'or Private Sales: . Clearing Sales Conducted. Loans on Broad Acres Negotiated. Insurances Effected Agents for all clases of Motor Power, ",.Farsming Machinery and Implements Morniuigton, `No. 2 N. Freeman, Plumber, cGasfitter & . " icycle .Repaire MAIN.S...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
TYABB. The euchre party given by the H.H.C. last week, was a great suc- cess. The four-handed game was reinstated, and as there was a shortage of the fair sex, several gents played as ladies, and al- though they had no claim to the lady's prize, they were eligible for that given to the gents. Miss F. Pike won the lady's prize, and five gents tied and played off for that of their own sex, viz. Messrs H. Denham, T. Longmuir, Bencraft, Carey and Gibson, the firstnamed eventually winning. Attention is drawn to the fact that the eighth annual meeting of the local Progress Association will be held on Thursday evening next.
JUNIOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
JUNIOR MATCH. Somerville v. Tyabb.--Somer- ville 107 (F. Gregory 44, L. Gregory 12), Tyabb 29 (G. Longmuir 7, A. Hollier 6). Bowling--Tyabb . G. Longmuir 4 for 38, D. Longmuir 3 for 17, B. Alden 2 for 10; Somer- ville : H. Barber 7 for 5, A. Tongs 3for 11. Secretaries are requested to send scores in early. It is hardly fair to us to receive scores of Saturday's &nbsp; matches on the following Thursday.
Property Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 November 1911
Property Sales. Messrs T. R. B. Morton and Son report having sold through their auctioneer, MrJ. L. Parkes; of Hast ings, 5.5 acres at Hastings railway station, on account of Mr Sudbolz, also 20 acres adjoining for Mr Fore man; three town allotments in Hast ings to Mr Orsino; one allotment to Mr J: S. Smith. 63 acres at Bittern to Mr Stacey, Crib Point; 12 acres at Langwarrin to Mr Summers, 75 acres at Mastings for Mr E. L. Smith, of Quamby, Queensland ;. one acre at Tabbr-to-the-Church -of -England trustees;: and blocks in Bittern town ship to same purchasers; one block Bittern township to Mr Watta; one township lot, Bittern, to Mrs Malouf; corner lot at Bittern township to Mrs Jessop; the police station, Hastings, to Mr D. Hobau, and the post office, Hastings, to MIr Peddle. They also let..on account of Mr J. Cain, his fqrm of 700 acres at Bones; also for Mr L. L. Jenseon, 50 acres at Red Hill. The sale is reported of Mr Lo Yage'sland, at Bittern station, 153 acres having frontage...
The State Elections. MORNINGTON ELECTORATE. EASY WIN FOR MR DOWNWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911
The State Elections. M\ORNINGTON ELECTORATE. EASY WIN FOR MIR DOWN WARD. Comparatively very little into re; was evinced in the above election. Mr Downward's ro election leiing con siderel assure:l ; . ai -sg. The foll-w. i. g are the rosnbs of the local poling, the final figures being-Downward 3609, Murphy 2775, lurchctt 1831 : Burchett Downward M1iurphy iittern 9 110 21 Ialnarreig 9 110 24 Droman 23 94 17 t'rankston 51 317 87 F'llnders "19 3 L2 1listines 54 108 7S E 1rumburra 17N 258 2~0 L an Lang 27 170 -10 Slan-,varrin 11 43 ' 9 Lanýtivarrin Nth 7 3" -5-t IRed IIill 17 513 4 1 r'ye 4 4: 7 S unerville 27 159 47 !5rrento 23 103) 5S JT6oradin 3 72 16 ?yabb . 7 65
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brody, H 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs G-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' - 7-Ritchie and Co, T' 8-Grunwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Mr James Grice, "Moondah" 10--oberteon, II, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin, P C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propnotor 14--Uarrood, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. A H 19-Mackie and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall, A, butcher 21--Masterton.' H, 'Eubria' 22-M'Donald, D), storekeeper 23-Gamble, H " 24--Collins, H.M., "Gracedale," S25--Ponter, Capt, 'Jorula'
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911
DROMANA. VALEDICTORY. -.Miss MurieL Joyes, who has attended thf Dromana school for some years, left on Friday to take up temporary duty in Cowes State school. Prior to her depar ture, an interesting little ceremony took place at the close of the usual school assembly, when Rene McFad den, on behalf of the pupils of the school, presented Muriel with a dainty watch, at the same time ex pressing keen regret at her depar ture, and the wish of the children for success in the new sphere. The members of the Junior Recha bite Tent, of which Miss Joyes has been a member, at a meeting in the Temperance Hall presented Miss Joycs and Mr. Reg. Joyecs with medals. Mr. Reg. Joyes responded oil behalf of his sister and hims?lf, thanking the members for the gifts and good wishes. 'A veiy enjoyable social evening and coffee suipper fol lowed. . Miss Joyes las been identified closely with the Rechabite Lodge, Church of England Sunday School, and organist for the English Church. On various occasions sh...
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FIXTURES FOR SEASON. 1st ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FIXTURES FOR SEASON. Ist ROUND. , 2 Hastings v. Tyabb. , ,, Somerville v. Flindors. 2nd ROUND. Dec. 2.-Flinders v. Hastings. ,, , Somervilleov. 'ryabb. 9,, -Tyabb v. Flinders. ,, ,, Hastings v. Somorville. ,, 16-Tyab'o v. Hastings. ,,,, Flindere v. Somerville., 3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastings v. Flinders. ,,, Tlyabb 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. , 24-Tyabb v. Flinders. , ,, Hastings v. Somerville. Mar. 2-'lyabb v. Hastings. , ,, Flinders v. Somerville.
HASTINGS EN FETE. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR A PUBLIC WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911
HASTINGS EN, FETE. * be VISIT OF THE 'GOVERNOR. ka A PUBLIC WELCOME. th The State Governor, Sir John Fuller, accompanied by Lady Ful ler, and Miss P'hipps, and attended do by Captain Cuirwin and Mr Wilber- ir force, metered to Hastings on Monday last, to join the Lady Loch, which was in waiting, and a cruise around Westernport Bay was commenced. Hastings resi dents were determined to welcome theo Governor, and' Cr Hodgins wired His Excellency at Cowes " Hastings desires to welcome you, if you will permit it." The reply came to hand on Tuesday, that Sir c Thomas Fuller would meet the Shire Councillors and the people on Thursday, at 3 o'clock. An energetic body of workers then got, into action, and the result was a s fitting reception when the Gover nor arrived. Flags and bunting I flew from all directions, a con- I spicuous decoration being five t Hastings football pennants floatinig i in the breeze. The pier was a mass Y of w-attle and other greenory, and everything lopked gay and ....
Cricket Fixtures. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPET[?]TION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911
Cricket Fixtures. CAULFIELD--M OORABBLN COMIIE T'TION. A OGR DE.-2 days' matches, on ground, of first-named club: Ellindale v Franketon Frankston v Glenhuntly Malvern District v Frankston Frankston v yMentone - Frankston rv Lakluigh St. George's v Frankston ' . Caulficld v Frankston Frankston v Ellindale, Glenhuntly vFrankston Frankston v Malvern District 3 Mentone v Frankston B GRADE.-2 day's matches on first named clubs' ground : Frankston v Ellindalo E. ?I. Congs. v Frankston Frankston v McKinnon E. M. Presb. v Frankston Rosstown v Frankston E. Caulfield v Frankston Frankston v Oakleigh Glenhuntly v Frankston Frankston v Mentoine . Caulfield v Frankston Frankston v Malvern District Mr C. S. Ileddlcstono, practical watch maker andl jewelier, ontifies in this issue that he will viit Fraukston every Mon day, and that e11 'rdejs (which may be left with Mr Mrk lirody) will receive prompt a.d careful attention. All repairs are guaranteed. The matron of the Ragged Boys Home, Frankston, ...