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Governor's Visit to Hastings. FURTHER DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
Governor's Visit to Hlast ings. FURTHER DETAILS. The following is a copy of the. ad dress presented to His Excellency by the President of the ShireC-Or T. Ritchie: To His Excellency, Sir John Michael Fleetwood Fuller, Bart, K.C.M.G., Governor of " Victoria. Your Excellency,-We, the Presi dent and Councillors of the Shire of Frankston and Haitings, the members of the Westernport Proress Ausocia. Hasting and distithiaehihlfeflf bffsi= ble of the honor of being allowed an opportunity to tender you a hearty welcome, on this, the occasion of your first visit to Westernport. As the -representative- of his most gracious Majesty, King George V, we desire to express to you our loyalty and devo tion to the throne. We are the more gratified that Lady Fuller has also favored Westernport, and trust that your sojourn in our State will be full of happiness. ,We are delighted that you have seen our harbor, and hiope its beauties and iatural advantages have impressed you. The residents of Westernpor...
SAVED EXPENSE OF SE[?]VOYAGE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
SAVED EXPE,1SE OF S t VJOY3 g. Mr Winm. . Goode, I(,7 Victoria St., Ch'istohurch, N.Z., says; - For 8 years Chamberlain's I'allets have kept from me those terrible bilious ittacks from which I sufferdtl for years. f used to lose many a night's rest withl vile attacks of hiliious. ness, but whon one is now thre?.tening, one to ttrue, of Chnmhiteain's Tablets ward off the horllblo Puff.rinr again. Mly doctor told me the only reliel I could obtain from hili.usnoss w.ts to take a long sea vovyae. but after takingiChamberlain's Tablets I saved tlis time and expense."
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
Ritle rShooting. FRANKS' ON,'v.ESSENDON AND FLE 1INGTON. This match was shot off at Frank stonsand was :won by.Essendon and Flemington by 30 points. Scores 'RA KsITON ? rson .... ... . .... ... " 6 hilloxr ... . .. . .. .. " Oates ... ... ... . . .. 61 MIoseley 58 II. Lloyd 58 Denier... ... 58 Saunders ...?.. ... 57 R. Lloyd ... . ... 55 Petrie ... .. ... ... 54 Total : 593 Y.5*EDON AND kLr'IiGTON Waldis.. ... ... ... 67 Lewis .. ... .:. ... 66 Holmes.. 66 Fowl.r ... .... ... 65 Ellis ... 3 .. .. Inches ... ... ... ... 62 Powell .I. ... ... 61 Johnson ....1... ... 6 Coustabl. ")l - . .. ... 61 Dixon ... ... .. ... 60 Total. 632
Welcome to Mr Thos. Male. A MOOROODUC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
Welcome to Mr Thos. Male, A' MOOROODUC GATHERING. On Friday evening,. 10th November, a number, of friends, at the invitation of Mrs O'Brien, met at the residence of Mr Thos. Male to welcome him home after a few weeks holiday spent in the West with two of his married daugh ters and their families. The evening was spent in dflncing, interspersed with songs and recitations, whilst some enjoyed the game of Bobs and a game or two of cards, and dancing was kept up with go till supper time, when all adjourned to tastefully laid out tables in the next room, and partook of the many good things provided. Mr Wilkinson proposed the health of Mr Male, stating how pleased all were to see him back once more safe and sound after having crossed the briny. The proposition was carried by ac clamation. Mr .Male suitably re sponded, thanking them for their kindly good wishes towards himself and trusted it would not be their last gathering there After justice had been done to the cake and pastry de partm...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
O V KEi L.YOUR RTONG UE FROIM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pass, Before you speak, three gates of god, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true ". : Then "'Is it needful ?"-in your mind; Give truthful answer; and,the next, If you are tempted to reveal A tale to'you someone has told, Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?" And if, to reach your lips atlast, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale. nor fear What the result of speech may be. -Selected.
FRANKSTON V. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
FR.ANK TON V. ST. KILDA. These tetins fired a m.tch at Frankston on Saturday, St.. Kilda winning by 16 points. Scores FRANKbTON. 500 '600 TI. Fisher ... .34 3 65 C Willox ... 33 31 64 H Lloyd ... 33 30 63 C Grant ... 34 28 62 W Oates ... 33 28 61 G Denyer ... 27 31 58 Lloyd ... 31 27 58 J. Moseley ... 33 24 57 A Bethune ... 31 .24 55 T Cooper" ..;. 32 23 - 55 Total ... ... 598 SrT. KILDA A Bayley ... 32 34 GG6 R Bayley ... 34 32 66 Christoplhe... 31 34 65 Mayers ...- 31 34 63 aecQuade ... 32 . 2J 61 Capt. Knox ... 30 30 60 Machin ... 28 31 5:! Hawker ... 28 30 58 Le Griffen... 29 29 58 Turner" 2J . 29 58 Total ... 6... 14
St. Peter's Sunday School Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
St. Peter's Sunday School Mornington. The annual festival in connec tion with St. Peter's Sunday School was held last Sunday, when the Rev. H. S. Hollow, of Holy Trinity, Port Melbourne, conducted the ser vices There were good congrega tions at each service, and we feel sure that the afternoon address will not soon be forgotten by the child ren. Evensong took the form of a flower service, and a very beautiful effect was produced when, during the singing of the hymn "Here Lord we offer Thee all th , is fairest, Bloom from the garden and flowers from the field," of flowers on a dais at the chancel steps. Mrs Goman, Mrs Foster, "and Miss Sandiford, teachers in the school, packed the flowers after service in readiness for. transit to the ChilJren's Hoeptal, where, it is hoped, they would bring a message of love and eneer to the sick ones lying there.
M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
M.U.I.O.O.F. About 0 visitors from suburban branches of the M.U.LO.O.F. at tended at Frankston on Saturday eve-ning, to attend ihe Past Grand's Lodge held under the auspices of the Loyal Nepean Lodge, Frank ston.. Tie Purple Lecture; was conducted by the officers of 'the South Melbourne District--Bro. Johnston, Prov. G.M., Bro. .Roul ston, Dep. P.G.M., Bro. Mannix, P.P.G.M., and Bro, Winslow, P.C.S.-assisted by a number- of brethren frotm other metropolitan districts. There were two local candidLtcs for the Purple Degric P.G. Cuthbert (Frankston) and P.G. Sage (Somerville). The ceremony, with its beautiful ritual, was impressively carried out, P.P.G.M, Mackie providing the music. After the Purple Lodge had been closed, tables were set and pro visioned and about 70 Oddfellows from metropolitan and local lodges sat down to a real Oddfellow re past. Many toasts were honored, and speeches delivered on impor-. tant matters- by those wlho' ihfe the management of the District's. affairs, a...
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
B GRADE.-2 day's matghes on fist nanmed clubs' ground : Frankston v Ellindalo E. 31. Congs. v Frankston Frankston v McKinnon E. M. Presb. v Furikston Rosstown v lFrankstoni E. Caulfield v Frankston Frankston v Oakleigh Glenhuntly v Frankston Frankston v Menltolle Uaulfield v Frankston Frankston v Malvern District
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
LANGWAMlrIN The building material for the new school here.is now bring carted on the ground, and buildil.g operations will be in full swing in a few days. This sohool will meet the requirements of a far larger number of scholars than hitherto, and the attendance will be'a record, the present sctool being our. of the track of a good mlany schoiars who will be served by the new school. Some" visitors connected with the State Parliament expressed the opinion that the site w.,a most suitable, and the situation perfect. Thia is the opinion heldi y almost everyone here, although a site further up the Cran bourne road would have made the distance travelled' ty scholars more evenly balanced. The weather still continues dry, and rain is, wanted. A good fall now would benefit the crops `materially. They are most y light, with few ex ceptions. Mr J. Curlett sen. has a fine crop. The prospects of the fruit crop.-ince the blossoming period have materially altered, through the lightr setting of f...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL The Governor.in-Council, on Mondays officially appointed Cr J. Lloyd, of Laugwarrin, a justiceof the peace. The contractors are making rapid pro. gress in the erection of the new railway station at Mornington, and fully antici pate having it finished before Xmas. The lad, Ernie Waddletono who met with a serious accident last .Wednesday week at thleMornington rark, is, we are pleased to state, progressing favourably. The fruit crop in the Somerville dis trict in many cases' is very heavy in special lines. Stone fruit has not set well, except cherries, of which the birds have eaten a good quantity. Pears are also light generally. Apples have set well in most instances. We again direct attention to an im portant sale of farm property on the 30th inst, which is to be offered at 3 o'clock at the rooms of Messrs T. R. B. Morton and Sons, 72 Swanston-street, Melbourne. The land is situated at Flinders, and is a very desirable property. Somi very good hauls if schnapper ha...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Mles?rs Alex. Scott and Co. report: Another big yarding of d.ory cattle fo, ward, and pr:,ll o.n4 d, .e4re-. ua few choice tmilkers, which sold readily at advancyd rates. Some of 'heL quota. tions are as f.-'ows:--Milkers - 7 to £9 12s Gd, 2 1t £7 12a 6d, 5 to L-7, 2 to £7, 5 to £9, I at £8, 1 at £7 5s, I at £9, 2 to £7 12s Gd, 2 at £6 15s 1 at £G 7as Gd.2 toD£ 5s, 4 ,o £8 10s, 2 to £6 7, Gd. Springers-2 to £5 10s, I at £5 3. 6d, 2 to £G 5o. Store cattle, usuil yardi., and pricws same as last week. Pigs-A heavy supply p.nned, and we quote the,t same as la.t week, almost unsaleable. Bacon -Best quality. heavy to 38s Gd, medium to 3.1s, light to 33s, pork, heavy 23s so 25s 6d, medium 21s to 22s Gd, lightt 17s to l0s; stores .to 13s, slips to Ss, suckers 4s ti 7s, inferior 2s 6:1 to 3o 6d. Calves-Ahout the usual, supply and dmnut d brisk. 17 good vraers from 20s to 36s; others from 1I 8 to 25s, small from 5s.
Frankston Methodist Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
Frankston " Methodist Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. -The above Sabbath School cele brated its anniversary on Sunday Snd.Monday last. Special singing by the children was a conspicuous feature of the services on Sunday morning, afternoon and evening, and appropriate services were preached by the Rev. G. AM. Duff. On Monday evening the church was packed to its utmost capacity by people from Frankston and sur rounding districts to hear the en tertainment given by the Sunday sjhool scholars. The little ones did their parts very well in their action songs, under the tuition of Miss Merriman and Mrs Lowe. Mr and Mrs G. Reed, and Miss Twyford, of Somerville, contributed to the programme, as also did Mrs Lawrey and Messrs Ellis, Gunther and others. Rev. Jas. Lowe filled the position of chairmnhn for the evening, which he did in a fitting and efllicient manner. The func tion was brought to a close, after a very enjoyable evening, by the singing of 'God Save the King.'
Ragged Boys Concert. A CHEAP SHILLING'S WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
-Ragged Boys Concert. A CHEAP SHILLING'S WORTH, Much pleasure is expressed locally that another concert is to be given in Frankston in aid of that very chari table and deserving cause, the Ragged Boys Home, and it is safe to anticipate another crowded house. The organ isera have arranged a long, varied, and brilliant programme, and the artists are some of Melbourne's leading performers, supported by the best local talent. First class bioscope pictures of a varied nature,- views of the home, inmates, etc., will be presented, and it is probable that local scenes and local faces will he shown on the sheet. The services of the ever popular Frankston favorite, Mr J. Fitzmaurice, will most likely be procured. This will be the first public appearance of this beautiful tenor, since his voice has been so well cultivated. Mr Will Bowers (tenor) is a first rate artist and has a big reputation in Melbourne musical circles. Mr Mick Jones (basso) is a host in himself, and is the possessor of a de...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
TYABB. Or. Thursday evening, 16th inst, the eighth annual meeting of the local Progress Association was held, with an attendance of eleven. The report and balance sheet, which showed a small credit balance, were read and ad,,pte.l. With the exception of the trustees of the Recreation Ground, all official positions became vacant. Mr fl. T. Noble was elected President and JMr R. W. Slocombe, retiring president, was elected vice president. Mr J. T. Raker was re-elected treasurer, and the following gentlemen formed a ge' eral committee:-Jlessrs Long muir, Bencraft and A. White. Mr A. E. Young, the retiring secretary, in formed the meeting that, having held the position for four successive years, he had come to the conclusion tha a change was necessary-and had'de cided to give it up As no one else in the room would accept the position, 1r Young agreed to act as secretary pro tern until Tuesday 'evening next, for which date another publi, meeting has been cared, as per advertisement which...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 November 1911
Sporting Notes. Peninsula footballers are al ready anticipating the judge's verdict in the Footballers Handi cap at the Frankston New Year's Day Sports, and each club seem to have a'dark 'un' in pickle, M?orn ington, Frankston and Hastings are certain that their respective chamlions are good money carriers. Last year the finish was the best witnessed in the Peninsula and was won by sheer determination and judgment by two inches only. W. N: cCrow, a Frankston summer resident, was a player against the fair success, and is said to be Vic toria's fastest bowler. " W. Arm. strong, the captain of the Victorian eleven, visits Carrum every week end, where he is building a seaside home. JMr Armstrong and his friends propose coming to Frank ston for the Iagged Boys' Concert.