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PENINSULA SECOND ELEVEN ASSOCIATION. SOMERVILLE v. MORNINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

PENINSULA SECOND ELEVEN ASSOCIATION. SOMERVILLE v MQRNINGTON This match-was played at Somer ville, resulting in a win for Morn ing by the naarow margin of 3 ruine. Scores : MORNINOTO. - Nye, b P. Thornell :" 6 arover, b P. Thornell, . . 10 R. Ford, b P. Thornell, ...' ` 2 0. Box, b F. Brown ... 11 McComb, b W. Hutchinson . 3 Harrison; b I. Brown ... 1 Sniller, b F. Brown .... 1 Hutchinson, b F. Brown ... . 1 Sullivan, b P. Thornoll ... B. Parsons, run out ... J. Hutchins, not out :. : 0 Sundries. 18 Total :ii7 Bowling-W. Hutchins 1 for 4 :F: Brown 4for 2, P. Thornell 4 for 17. SOIERVILLE W. Hutchins, b Harrison 10 E. Fraser, run out 2 \. Clark, b Ford 1 P. Thcrnell, b Harrison :.. 6 F. Gregory, b Ford 0 Coleman, b Harrison 15 F. Browi, b Harrison ... 4 J. Kimberley, b Harrison,.. 0 L. Gregory, notout 7 H. Hanton, b Harrison . 1 U. Westaway, b Ford 0 Sundries .. . 8 Total 54 Bowling-Ford 3 for 29, Harrison 6 for 13.

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

Sporting Notes. Mr C. Grice, had bad luck with his fine horse, Lord Emms in the Victoria Steeplechase at Fleming ton, last Saturday. Starting a warm favorite, and again ridden by his owner, Lord Emms carried his 11.2 in very promising style till the.third fence from home, when he fell, while racing in the lead with V.M.R.. Luckily Mr Grice was not seriously hurt, though for; a time it looked as if he was badly injured. The horse's tail was broken as a result of the fall. .Good judges say Lord Emms was going very well, and with a stand up was sure to have won. The three miles were cut out at a fast bat, the winner being Alert Dream, who ran second to Lord Emms in the Cup Day Steeplechase.

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Flower Show and Garden Fete. AT MORNINGTON. A MARKED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

Flower Show and Garden I )Fete. AT M??RNINGTON. A MARKED SUCCESS. The Flower Show and Fete con ducted by the Ladies' Guild of the Presbyterian Church was held at the residence of Mr WV.S. Cook, at Mornington last Saturday afternon and evening. The fete was opened by the Hon. Alfred Downward and proved a very successful and enjoy able function. There were 1,0 entries for ,the show.' Mr Jq~seph Harris was the judge in the flode.r and plant sections, and Mrs Bieri in the cake and confectionery sec tions. The weather being most favorable, a large number of visi tors were present in the afternoon and a brisk business was carried on by the ladies in the sale of tea and other, light refreshments, and of plants, while the young people spent a happy afternoon at the fish pond, the bait being a small piece of silver and the fish of the 'toy' species. Mr Fairbairn enlivened the proceedings with his excellent gramophone. In the evening the grounds were lighted with the 'Lux' light, fairy lamps,...

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FLINDERS v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

FLINDERS v. TYABB. The latter team journeyed to Flinders last week and accom plished the task of beating the local men on their ground. Although there was a stiff 'southerly wind blowing, it was an ideal day for cricket, and the roads -being good, the Tyabb men had a most enjoy able trip. The match started punc tually on time, and the visiting skipper having won the toss, sent the local men in to bat. They were disposed of for 59 runs,. the trundling of F. Floyd, alias "The manager," being far too good for them. This bowler produced the very creditable record of 8 wickets for 9 runs. Albert Cleave was the only batsman to make any sort of stand, scoring 21. J. D: Grant and H. Denham opened for Tyabb, but were disposed of for 1 and 2 respec tively. W. Cleave was Flinders' best bowler, and he, too, like Floyd bowled against the wind. H. Un thank 22, and G. Slocombe 32, really saved the situation for Tyabb. During' Tyabb's innings refreshments were distributed by the ladies, who proved ...

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CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. SOMERVILLE v?. HASTINGS. Somerville journeyed to Hast iogs on Saturday, and an interest ing match resulted, Somerville making 119 and.Hastings 97, the last wicket falling five minutes before time. The following are the scores: SOIEVII.LLE. G. Grant, e, b W. Sheehey ... 36 J. Clark, c, b T. Mentiplayl... 2 I. Croft, run out ...... 39 J. Moore, b, W. h1irehey ... .1 F. Murray, b, Roberts ... 2 W. Ilanton, b, A. Grieves ... 1 T. Gemm, l.b.w., W. Sheehey 11 G. Reed, b, T. Mentiplay ... 21 C. Eickie, b Gushworlh, ... 2 L. Cole, b Cushworth, 2 C. 'bornell, not out, 0... Sundries .. .. 2 Total ... ... 19 Bowling-T. lMeitiplay, 2 for 33; W. Sheehey, 3 for 7; W. Cushworth 2 for 0; A. Greives, 1 for 16 ; T. Roberts,: 1 for 25. Ferguson, b Thuo sell ... 1 E. Ward, c Cole, ... 4 D. Reid, c Reed, ... 36 W. Sheebey, c Reed, .6 T. Roberts, c Reed, 10 A. Sheehey, stp Reed, 6 J. Wilson, b Murray, ... 4 T. Mentiplay, b Reed. ... 3 G. Mentiplay, not out, ... 11 A. Greiv...

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. -4. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers was held on Monday, November 6th. Cr G. Griffeth (President) was in the chair. TRAIN SERVICE. The Chairman explained re the alteration in the time table as re gards the evening train to Somer ville. The Commissioners could not see their way clear to run the train later than 9 minutes past 5, as the present time of leaving (5.30) interfered with the suburban traffic. DELEG,ATE'S REPORT. Mr R. 3fair, the society's repre sentative on the Central Executive, stated that he had waited, with others, as a deputation on lMr Tudor, the Federal Customs Mini ster. and that in reply to a request that the duty be taken off wrap ping paper used in the export. of fruit, he said the matter would be brought aui at the revision of the tariff. He also stated that nothing would be e to the Royal Commission appointed to enquire into the mattter had brought in its report. Re the sug gestion that t...

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Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

Dan ienong Market, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. Alex. Scott and Co. report a he?a:v Supp!y of milkers and .pringers yarded. and prices were a sh;et1o firmer .tlrnt. Site quotations. Some of the I:': ,ei pal lots were as follows :--Milkers--3 to £9 Os, 6 to £6 1-s 6d, I at £' 103, 2 to £1, 3 to £ti 12s 6d, 3 to £5 17-1 ed, 3 to £8 7s 3d, 2 to £6 17s 3d, 0 to £7 5s. Springers-2 at £5 10s, I at £4 17s G1, 3 to £4 15s..2 at £5, 7 at £4 2s Gd. Store cattle-Usual yard ing and prices about equal to late rates. Pigs-l he heaviest sulp:y of all des criptions that we.have penned for some years, and prices were all in. favor-of buyers, the market being absolutely/wiithout animation, quota tions-Bacon, heavy prime 35s to 37s, medium 83i, light ils to 33s. Pork Heavy, best quality, 23s to 2is, medium 18s to 2Is, light to 17s, stores to I1., slips to 9s, suckers es to 8s, in ferior 8s to Is. Calves-lleavy supply and prices easier, except for hest quality. Extra heavy to 41s; middle weights 80s to 410, l...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

1101' TO fIIlI.P TUIl DI-IIIlCT Talk about it Writonlhout it Bhy all you con in it rlJl:'-zo?ir tlht h.ransistingtradeopo?p!o -r u help the p :lco alonl Porecllse oand assiFr y'lur IoCAL PAI'I:: for hy o dloilng you fotlier the hi.t ide roits of ith l',,lir.eoi a 'reO:al.tr tnt. es with the iutest corteoy and hoIltiltality, en tlr.t thrl; l;y ltake away go' I iltnes?in:c"s T lect good reli !'n r Io In to 'l pubic pa:.tiouw, not l oa?oalue they irait th.in r'ives for popullrity, litI on account of their statmina: and irn-toorthirnos l(Kep the monoy in ii e Ipie. Soil all you can and buy all you can At hotno. Thoe men whto h:!ve inverel in stores:. workshopsanmd other busilte:r places are butding up the district, a: ,I ihoy sholdl oh supported and oncouraged--o-pocially the P'IlNITEi

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SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

SUNDIAY SCI'O OL ANNiVENISARY AT T'YAiiII. This function was held in the Tyabb Hall on Friday, 3rd inst., and only followedl the preceding years by being proclaimed "a splendid suc cess." At six o'clock the children and their friends sat down to a sump teeons repast, and obeyed the advice of the Gospels "to eat, drink and be merry." Although Tyabb is only a small place, in some repects it can safely be said that "Nowhere else on earth are the children catered for so cwIi," ar.d any stranger visiting the hall last week would have received an agreeable surprise on seeing the qsantity, quality and variety of food etuffs set before edults and children alike. This fact, of course, speaks well for the parents and others wvho take an intcrest in the children, and it ewolld seem that there is some friendly rivalry al!ongst the cooks, for althloughl SlFDpln .""A -j-r.l.,, .., craon' c"'r fersons at 10 o'clock, there v:ere still .:o'ee baskets and tins left unopcned. The musi2al portion of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) Railway Store, Mornington. GROCERIES. STANDAR--TIh Br.t QUA LI I Y-T6h Frehbet PhICE-Th. L .west BOOTS AND SHOES Of Al' KitidJ and l'riers STYLE-The Laet . DRAPERY & MILLINERY Ut' TO-DATE and STYLISIH. S-e ,ur Fianne1ltreo, Flannels, Blankets. Calicoer, Sheeti=pg, Dress Stuff., Si:k., Laces, Ribbons, etc. City Valaea in Your Own Town. - SATISFACTION PLEDGED BY U.s. GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE. Ironmongery and Crockery, a Good Stock always on Hand. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TOWN OR COUNTRY. HBgbest Prices Given for all kinds Farm and Dairy' Produce DO DISEASED TEETH POISON I THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Doyou suffer with sharp. shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekbone ? Are you afflicted with a sore throat, pains in the eye and ear ? Or have you an offensive breath and nasty taste in your mouth from discharging gnms and bursting gum boils? How is it possible to chew your food properly if, when you tegin to eat, your teeth nerves ache? Will yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

FRAM(STON NEW YEAR'S DAY Jthletic Sport' s jr - " E ir..IF1;.o.Tic TON'ARK ' Vonday, January 1st, 1912. C ,li:-Z. Fcotracina, V'ccd Clopping, F. ::'i E:'ent!, G:?.ciag, Trick - Clcists cec. G..od Ea=di Ei_:j Eide Showj I PROGRMA'44-i_ IiEFFIEI) HANI)ICAP - - ::: ::rl."2. Nomination 3s ti . . ,-p,..c :- tkl. .':N ILI'NICAP. 220 -dls., -'--t ,'_:1 X0s ; " "r.d £1; 2rd 10_. \oi-'i -.atlon- i'(Cc::InCte 5s. FII.N.KSTON W!iHEEI RTACE. ir. £10---.t £7; .nd £2; 3rd 1. Souiliati t:: e, ccclptaine ls. 1:iCY ,LE FLUTTER. i mile. n.-.~ -.1 _Lc1i omi nation i1, acceptance Is. FOOTBAL.LEIIS' HANDICAP. -t._ ::-"inca ui en order or cash, 2nd l l: 120 1i '!. Open to foot ba!1 -- :.vinra. lhlaye in Peninsula A--c-. ation. Entrance os, accep tance Is. EarY. R.1t':; T7 's. 13 year-. ar'I ne°r. 174 0..--t 10= ; 2nd 5,; ::r: ° "_ (,. l'Pt entry .t d. Li D,i CHtLi'i'IXG CONTEST, £6 i -. _ tat.tling ? 1,.ck t54 inches in Gr. umf,-rtece-t. --- t £'5 ;2nd £1; 3rd U.. \?miountion is, acCCep tan ,2-. _'ZIDEWP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER 'Clydebank," MORNINCTON. Executes all kinds of WAT'H, CLOCK JEWELT.ERY and SPECIAL REPAIRS. Glasres and keys fitted. O-ders can be eft with Yers Annear lime., 3srning hT ; Mr Ruddn -, Lhomnns; Me.rs riers.?esrr Cairns and Wili -me, who pan - Clydebank" daily. E tmate given for repairs, if desired, tofoe p.r-ceedine with them. ti ds f evry dtscripticn '.onnected with the trade, inc uding the most up.to-data makes of watches mb mitted for at oroval. Customers visited by appointmeLt. J. MILLARD, BARRIER and CAB PRO- I PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parel anod Lui--cae received a:.d promptly ,Llivered. Ho.aee en I Vshie'es for hire. Prices res??sl.sAte etters ind Tele-rams prompt'y attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families QaVitel ."n ior t I-rs......... Prime Meat Os1y K pt.................. Smal: Goods iof Every DesetiJtion Freeh Dsilr. aides and Skin: B.,ight............... F. G. GAIBE LIN, Phrmaceutical &a...

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The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" Telephone No. 6. Frankston. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

?Ie 'tanbakrb. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY t MORNING 'Notling extenuate, nor set down attrgt in malice" Telephone No. 6. Frankston. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. With the object of forming a boys' and young men's improvement society at iFrankston, a meeting is to be hold next T'uesday evening at Dr Plowman's resi dence. A successful society exists at 1Mornington, and there is room for a simi lar body at Frankston. The new court laid down by the Frank. ston tennis club is to be formally opened on Wednesday afternoon Afternoon tea wil be provided by-AMrs O.lMaxwtll, anid a oheary invitation is extended- to all members of the clubi,. Tlhe Morniangon Rlamblers Football Club held a very successful ball in the Mechanics' Inslitate on Friday night last. About 30 coup'es were present and a most enjoyable time was spent. Dancing was indulged in till the early hours of the morning, the music supplied by Messrs Gruudberg and Schbrader being all that could hae desired. The secretary of the Frankston rhow...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

TYABB. The concert held here last week in aid of the Christmas tree fund, was fairly successful, although ow- ing to counter attractions at Somer- ville and Hastings, there was only a moderate house. This entertain- ment was arranged by the com- mittee of the hall, with the priviso that any member not obtaining any outside talent was to render an item himself. Mr Mills was the only committeeman called upon to fulfil his own item, which he did in a creditable manner by giving an amusing stump speech on "The Dog Tax." Mr Robt. George rendered five items and was well received; his recitation, 'Dutch Courtship,' being encored, and he responded with another humorous item. Cr Hodgins occupied the chair in his usual courteous man-   ner. A dance was held afterwards, which was well attended and much enjoyed. Programme :--Overture, Mr George; song, " Parting,' Miss C. Hodgins; song, "Long live the king,' Mr Miller'; recitation,'Our Folks," Mr George; song, 'Don't go down the min...

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MORNINGTON COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

' MORNINOTON COUNCIL MONTILY -MEETING. Th.' following were pres-,nt at the e meeting of the above on Thursday, 9th Sins'.:-Crs Ba3e't (prf.ilent), Al rston, Grifet, St' phercs, Male, Flood, e Grover, Campbell and Lhbb, the secretary (Mr Crosbie) and engineer (Mr Fowler). COIIRRFSPONDENCE. From Jas. Hailes, asking for an other mon'h to finish his contract for m.tal at Mount Martha, also for loan of shire rol'er.-Request granted.. Robt. Olley, asking that council allow removal of sand from foreshore at Mornington, as it was hard for local contractors who required the sand for building purposes.-Engineer to inte-view department with view to permission being given to local "con tractors. D. J B. Tait, secretary Mornington tennis club, as'ing that dayman be allowed t., work fr the c'ub for a few days in laviug down a new court Applictio- graute-d, time not to exceed -, werk. This. Petnnefatlher, secretary Morn- c ingto. It. C. Consent fete, thanking s council for use f park at Xmas time....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 November 1911

BOWEl COMPLAINIS IN CHILDR? The O ruccessful m-dicin'e in use for be-el cnmplaints in ciddren is Chamber. a:n's Colic. .holers and- Diarrhoea ?emedy. It cen always be depended upon to caur Diarrhoea and Dysentery. Sold by all atorekeeper. To the Residents of Fraukston and Surrounding District. A REPRESBNTATIVE OF 0. 8. HIDDLESTONE Watchmaker and Jeweller, Of ALBERt PARK and PORT MEL BOURNE, will .....VISIT PRANKSTON...... EVERY MONDAY. Repairs left at'Mr Brody's will receiro Prompt Attention. ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED. Ordero for all classes of Jewellory execnted A TRIAL SOLICITED. A MISTAKEN NOTION. There is a prevailing opinion'that it is dangerois to stop diarrhoss too suddenly. 'Ihat may be the case when an astringent medeicine is used but there is not the least danger of Ft pping it too quickly when Chamborlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhao: Remedy is taken as ;t is not an astringent, and steps the diarrhoei by curing the disease that caused it. As a rule only two or three doses ...

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B. GRADE. FRANKSTON v. McKINNON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911

B. GRADE. FRANKSTON v. McKINNON. This match- was played off at Frankston, but the home team made a poor exhibition with the bat, Chandler being the principal scorer, making 11 and 10 in each innings, whilst for- the visitors Chatins 27, Lees 17, Higgett and Baker 15 each, were top scorers. The following are the scores :- - Chandler, b Neilson, - ... 10 Benson, b Neilson, ... 5 Lawrey, b Neilson, ... 0 Burton, e, b Neilson, ... 5 Cummins, c, b C. Moorhead, - 1 Baxter, sen., b C. Mloorhea,, 1 SherlockC, b C. Moorhead, 0 Batterham, b Neilson, 1 Patterson, c, hb C. Moorhead, - ? Hague, not out, ... 0 W. Pettit, c, b C. Moorhead ... " Sundries ... ... 3 Total ... ... 31 Bowling--Higgett, 0 for 6 ; Moore, 0 for 6; J. Neilson, 5 for 8; C. Moorhead, 5 for 8. Second innings-34 runs. MlcK ?sxoN. ldt Innings. E.- Moorhead, I.b.w., b Baxter, 6 C. Moorhead, e Hague, b Baxter, 0 Bake;, a Batterlnam, b Cummins' 15 Neilson, c, b Baxter, ... 0 Hugett, b Baxter, . ... 15 J. Lees, e Cummins, b Baxter,...

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CRICKET. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION A. GRADE. FRANKSTON V. MALVERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911

CRICKET. CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN COMPETITION A. GRADE. - FRAN~KSTOx v. .MALVElRN DISTRICT. The above match was played at Mialvern, and concluded in an easy victory for Frihnkston; Baxter 28, Gunther 15,and J. Box 10 being mostly responsible for the win. For the home team, Harris 21, and Wainwright 13 batted, very well. The scores are: M?ALVCERN DISTRICT. 1st Innings. R. Lumsden, b Baxter ... 4 h. Gray, c Harley, b Deane 7 0. Heath, run out .. 3 D. Sheehan, l.h.w., b Deano ... 6 P. Harris, c Robertson, b Deane .29 E. Wainwright; c Harley, b Deane 13 Parrissien, b R6bsrtsou ... 5 J. McShane, c Gunther, b Riibertson 3 J. Oakley, b Dene, ... 3 F. Upton, stp Baxter, b Deane ..y A. Oakley, not out, 4. - Sundries ... ... 4 Total 81 Bowling-T.Deane, 6for 35i B. Bx ter, Lfor 26i H. Robertson, 2 for 16. - Second Innings-8 for 69; innings de clared closed.' FRANKsTON. 1st Innings. B. Baxter, b Upton ... 28 F. Harley, b A. Oakley, ... 3 C. Ellis, b Parrissien, ... 12 H. Robertson, c, b Heath ... S ...

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911

The Elections. Mr .Downward's position was considerably strengthened as the result of the second count, com pleted o iMonday. His opponents were George Harold Burchett (M) tand Francis Joseph Murply (0). The figures at the first preference count were :-Burchett, 1341; Downward, 3573; Murphy, 2780. Mr Burchett dropped out, and the votes secured by him were counted in the second preference between Mr Downward and Mr Murphy. The former gained 1224 and the latter 117 votes. The final figures were: Downward ... 4,797 Murphy ... 2,897 Burchett .. . - 1,341 Don't borrow yourlocal paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to yonfor 2/6 per quarter.

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Frankston Tennis Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911

Frankston Tennis Court. There was alarge gathering at the Frankston tennis club's re serve on Wednesday afternoon, the occasion of the formal opening of the new court. Dr Maxwell in a short speech referred to the satis factory' financial position of the club, and mentioned that the court being opened that day, which was put down ata cost of £45, was paid for with the exception of £5. The club's president (Mr A. D. Box) congratulated members on having now a second court, and hoped as the club' prospered that it would be found necessary and practicable 'to put down another court. He had much pleasure in declaring the court open. The first set was then played, the pairs being Dr Maxwell and Miss Lauris sen, and Mr Box and Miss Rey nolds. At the conclusion--of the set, afternoon tea on a dainty and liberal scale was partaken of, Mrs 0. Maxwell being the hostess, and that lady is to be congratulated on the thorougness with which she provided for the members and friends. The court was kep...

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