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The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
'The Stud. The following horses are -advertised in the "Standsrd" to stand in the district this season : Bravo, Mr G. H. Grindal's well known Clydesdale. Fitz Bells, MrG. W. Booth's beau tifully ored trott'r. Dandy, Mr P. Purves' staunch and shapely pdny. Centrewood and Shepherd Lion, Mr Gomm's wel-Ltred Clydrsda!es; also Ioulinds, a fsshionably.bed loadster. Tit Willow, Mr Walter Cairn's wjll-bred roadster. Pagliacci, MrT. H. Sage's thorough bred of much quality. Young Sir Andrew, Firth's shapely clydesdale.
Coronation Park, Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Coronation Park, Somer ville. Cr Geo. Griffeth is gradually seeing his desires in regard to the Coronation Park at Somerville fulfilled. On Satur day he had the honor and satisfaction of proclaiming the new cricket pitch in the park open for play. lie also had the distinction of making the first run officially recorderl there. The grace and freedom of his actions while wielding the willow evoked favourable comment and revealed another of his diversified accomplishments. Associ ated with him during his innings was Dr Griflith, another keen sport. -The match of the day was Somerville v. Flinders, and during-half time Mr Griffeth formally declared the pitch open for play. Dr Griflith, Cr Cole, and Mr S. S. Gaultals6 spoke. After noon tea was provided by the ladies; and the grand sland was well patro nised by the fair sex. During the match Mr G: Reed sprained his thigh and while bowling had to retire. This gentleman was responsible for a lot of the comfort enjoyed by the visitors. He sp...
Frankston Police Court. Monday—Before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., and Mr B. Baxter, J.P. ARREARS OF RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Frankston Police Court. Monday-Before-Mr P. Cohen, P.M., 7 and Mr B. Baxter,.J.P. ARREARS OF RATES. The Frankston and Hastings coun. cil, for whrm Mr W. 8. Cook appeared, obtained a verdict for £26 12s Gd, arrears of rates and interest, with 21s costs, against 0. Bailey. DESTROYING NATIVR GAME Jas Smethurst was charged with having destroyed native game, namely, a magpie. In this case Constable O'Shanuessy prosecuted; but the P.M. was not satisfied with the proof sub-. mitted as to the proclamation of the close season for the magpie. He gave the p,!ico a chance to submit the special proclamation by adjourning the case for a while, but-it was not forth-, coming. The P.M. rightly denounced the facilities afforded the police in' these matters, freshproclamations being frequently issued of which the police were not advised. Evidence was given by'G. Petersen, who said Smethurst deliberately shot the bird, and when witness spoke to him about it, said "If you.say I shot the.bird, I'll'shoot...
The Rainfall. FOR NOVEMBER. RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
The Rainfall. FOR NOVEMBER. RECORDED AT TYABB. Mr A S Krerouse, "Bullarto," Tyabb, re ports for month of November: Ist... ... ... 4 ponts . I 2nd 3... .. 3 , 8ih ...... ... 2 15th ... 5... ,, S27th ... ... ... 6 ,, Total ... ... 65 points. Total ranfall from lst January, 25.02 points. Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and havo it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter.
Frankston's Improved Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Frankston's Improved Train Service. The following alteraions and additions to the local train service come into .force for the summer on and after December 1st : M?ordialloc and Frankston line :-On week days the 5.50 a:m. Mordialloc train will be altered to 5 40 a.m. and run to Frankston, and extra trains will leave Melbourne for Mordialloc at 1.45, 5.17 (instead of 5.10), 5.32 (instead of 5.37). and 552 p.m. The 5.32 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. trains will be run through to Frankston, and the 7.20 p.m. through to Carrum. On Saturdays the 7.20 p.m will run to Carrum, and 8.30 p.m. to Frankston also.l Ilornington line : The present 5.30 p.m. train from Melbourne to Morning torn will leave at 5.9 p.m.
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
DROMANA. GoLu.-A tournament amongst the gentleman p layei s took Ip;c: Ist 'lhursday. Owing to the heat and the fact that titaiy of the meinhIers were otherw?se enga;ge;l, the entries were not s5 nlllomerelou as on previous occasions. However, those who hdt play, h d a pleasant time. tlr Wyatt aunI air SV.ret tfivt for ft-rt p'ler vwftet, a net score each of 41, while dMr Tay'or. with 47 camte next on the list. COnunctt s?oTrs.--In coo eel ion witll the ant;versary services of the Pre~byterian Church, the Rev. W Butler, of Fotscray, delivered in the local hall an iin ctes'ing le?tclee en titled ".Mind vaur own Business." Mr Butler is an ri?cutionist, of no mean order, ttll, as his lecture was tle cidedly hlumIrous, the audtlience wsas well pleased. Mis. Kelfoerd sang two songs in her usual accomplished nman tner. With tlle advenlt of the long days, rltn Presbyterian service will, commenllecinlg next. Sunday, start ilt 7.:0 itnstead of 7. POLICE COURT.--'There wi.a?t nly one case at ...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
TYABB. The question of holding sports here on.A.N.A. Day still remains in abeyance until Tuesday evening next. Last Tuesday evening, in response to the pressing invitation, per advt., to attend the meeting, six committee men and one lad turned up to represent the public of a community which takes such an* active interest in its affairs. The secretaryship of the Pro gress Association has been taken up by Mr A. White, who is anxious to see the younger men of the dis trict, who are willing to assist, turn up on Tuesday evening, as the committee has decided that, unless there is more interest taken, there will be no sports meeting this sum mer under the auspices of the Recreation Ground committee.
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 28th November. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET, Tuesday, 28th November. Alex. Scott and Co. report-A big supply of milkers and springers. The market lacked animation and last week's prices werebarely main tained. The following were the principal lots :-1 at £9 lbs, 1 at £9 7s 6d, 2.to £9 5s, 3 to £9, .4 to £8,2to£S, 1 at£85s, lat £S,1 at £7 5s, 1 at £7. Springers 1 at £6 5s, 1 at £5 7s 6d. Stores-A fair supply, but sales very dull: Pigs-A good supply of all des criptions ; competition was ex ceedingly dull throughout, and prices showed a further severe drop from last week's low rates. Baconers -Heavy 38s, medium 30s, light' 14s. Suckers-A good supply and ir ,sympathy with ,the heavy drop in fats, sales were difficult to effect at extremely low rates. Best to 7s, good 5s, others from 4s. Calves A fair supply which realised high: rates,.Prime handy weights 63s, medium 29s, light 25s, others 16s, 'small from 36s. Poultry-A heavy supply and prices easier.
CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. A. GRADE. Mentono A team visited Frankston on Saturday to try conclusions with the local club. Baxter and J. Box batted first, the former keeping up his wicket until be made the creditable score of 78. ' Kennedy also batted well, making 55; T. Deane 20, and Harley 19 were in good form. The home team were disposed of for 226, after an afternoon's good batting. Scores: " FRANKSTON. Baxter, jun., c Cooper, b Oliver 78 J. Box, b Farrell ... 8 Harley, c Smith, b Hamilton 19 Robertson, c Rogers, b Oliver 0 Kennedy, c and bScudds ... 55 Deane, c Smith, b Fairfax 20 A. D. Box, b Hamilton ... 6 Gunther, b Scudds ... 2 J. Reynolds, not out ... 7 Dr Maxwell, b Scudds ... 18 Fox, b Scudds ... 0 Sundries ... ... 23 Total ... ... 226 Bowling-A. C. Scudds, 4 for 28; J. Farrell, 1 for 57 ; L. Hamilton, 2 for 44 ; J. Oliver, 2 for 81; S. Cooper, 0 for 26; Fairfax,.1 for 17.
FLINDERS v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
FLINDERS v. SOMERVILLE. This match was played at Somer ville on Saturday, resulting in a draw. Scores: SOMERVILLE Croft, b Vanner, ... ... . .44 Grant, retired, ... ... 56 Gault, c Delaney, b Cleave, 2 Mloore, b Cleave ... ... 0 Reed, c Cleave, b Vanner, 18 Clarke, b Stanley, ... ... 7.. Cole, not out, . ... 9 Hanton, c and b Stanley, ... 0 Murray, c Cleave, b Vanner ... 0 'aylor, c Cleave, b Vanner, ... 0 Eicke, b Vanner,., .. ;. .. ,0 Sundries ... .. 17 Total ... ... 153 Bowling-Vanner, 5 for 31; Cleave, 2 for 32; Stanley, 2 for 25. FLINDERS. fyerr, c Grant, b Murray ... 0 Delaney, b Murray. ... 18 WV Cleave, c and b Taylor, ... 2 A Cleave, e Grant, b Taylor ... 0 Vanner, b Murray, ... 0 Stanley, b Gault, ... 15 Kirkpatrick, c Cole b Taylor 6 Vansuylen, not out, ... 0 C. Cleave, not out, ... 2 Sundries ... ... 10 Total for 7 wickets ... .53 Bowling-Taylor, 4 for 16 ; Murray, 3 for 11 ; Gault, 1 for 3
FLINDERS V. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
FLINDERS V. BALNARRING. The above match, in which considerable locel interest was evinced, took place on the Bal narring ground on November 18th. Flinders were minus three or four of their regular players, and Bal narring missed Farrell. The match furnished a most exciting finish, and Flinders proved victorious by the narrow margin of one run. Scores: BALNARRINtG. Iyers,.c Riley. b Delaney, ... 14 D. Buckley, b Delaney, ... 9 Dow, b Delaney, .... ... 0 Judd, b ,, ... ... 0 W. Vansuylen, b Rigby, 4. , E.Buckley,b . , ... 1 Hintze, b A. Cleave... 16 Davies, b Delaney, ... 1 Cole, o , . ... 12 C. Vanalylen, not out 1 .T. Vansuylen, c Meehan, bA. Cleave, 1 Sundries ... ... 14 Total ...73... 3 Bowling .-Delaney, 6 for 29; A. Cleave, 2 for 14; Rigby, 2 for 20; Milne, Ofor 8. .. . .; . :f i FI.INDERS. Willis, b Cole, ... ... 37 Meehan, c and'b Dow, ... 0 Delaney, c Vaosuylme, b Hintze, 1 A. Cleave, I.b.w., b Dow, ... 17 Milne, b Hintze, ... ... Itiley, I b.w., b Hintze, ... 4 A. .Lamble. b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
PILES The only permanent relief from piles is relief from consttpation so as to relieve the bined pre.sure and :rritation in the inter tines, then the piles will tradually disap. paar. 'hwmherlidn's Tab'ets will cee~ tsinly sure your constipalion. Sold by all storekeepers. AFPECITS lNTRI'E SYSTr?I. As soon as you have liver trouble you will know it, but you may not know that Chambherlain's Tablets will give you prompt and permanent relief no matter how long standing the trouble has hbeen. Yonn may be well now, hut you ehbuld bear in mind that indivestion and - onstl pation are nature's warning of futurn liver trouble. Chamberlain'P Tablets taken at the first Indic tion of either of theao cnm plaints will save you much future suffer. ing. Sold by silll storekeepers. When you write to advertisers just mentioin that you saw their' advt. in this paper. We'll be grateful if you will do so.. iMornington High School. TANTI AvevuE, --MORNINGTON-_ Day arid Boarding School. HR o Course of Ins...
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. Dec. 2nd-Met. Gas Company , 9th-Tinsmiths and Metal Workers Jan. 13. 1MJ2-Sugar Company ,, IG -Operative Bakers ,, 27-City Brick Works , 30-Iron Workers Feb. 10-Johns and Waygood Employees ,, 14-United Grocers Employees ,, 17-Harbour Trust ., 20- Bread Carters' Union ,24-United Wood Workers 25-Chaff and Grain Mercharts. March 2-Saddlers , 4-Painters and Decorators ,, 9-Felton, Grimwade and Co. ,, 16-Wybrow's Employees
HASTINGS BEAT TYABB. (A Grade.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
HASTINGS BEAT TYABB. (A Grade.) The Hastings A team played Tyabb at Hastings, and the match result in a win for the former by 36 runs. The following are the scores : TYArin. J. Grant, b T. Mentiplay, ... . 0 W. Baker, b T.rMentiplay, ... 1 H. Denham, b Wilson, ... 18 G. Slocombe, b Kepple, . .. 6 A. Denham. run cut, ... 8 L. Incigneri, b Kepple, ... 1 F. Floyd, b Mentiplay, ... 4 R. Unthank, not out, ... 1 P. Peterson, c, b Sheehey, ... 1 A. Young, b Mentiplay, ... - 2 )V. Houfe, c, b Mentiplay, ... 0 Sundries ... ... 3 Total ... ... 45 Bowling-T. Mentiplay, 5 for I1; W. Kepple, 2 for 4; J. Wilson, 1 for 16; W. Sheehey, 1 for5. HASTIN;s. W. Sheehev. S Floyd. ... 14 J. Wilson, b Slocombe, ... 9 W. Kepple, c, b Slocombe, ... .5 G. Mentiplay, b Young, ... 8 A: Sheehey, b Young. .. 4 T. Mentiplay, c, b Incigneri, 11 A. Denham, run out, ... 2 A. Grieves, jun, not out, ... 9 D. Mentiplay, c, b Grant, ... 3 T. Roberts, b Slocombo ... 11 A. Grieves, sen., b Unthank ... 1 Sundries ... ... 4 ...
HYMENEAL. MYERS—TOWNSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
HYMENEAL. MYERS-TOWNSEND. A prEtty wedding took place on Monday, 20.h November, at Melrose Villa, Drotnana, the residenco ,f tile bride's parents, when Crawford Wil liarn Myers, third son of the laoe Mr C. Myers, of Rye, was married to Jessie, s: co d daughter of Mr and Mlis J. Towrsend, of Dromana. The dr..wing rom.m r;:s decorle, with white roses >.nd ferns. The ceremony was performed by tile Rev. Rodda, ,f Sorrento. Ti.e bride, who was given away by Ir r father, wore a gown of white trffela voile, and tihe customary wreath and veil. A bouquet of white roses, sweet peas, ant maiden hair fern, was carried, which, with a gold muffichain, was the gift of the bride groom. M is= Katie Townsend, who acted as bridesmaid, was gowned in ahite embroidered muslin, and wore a -old wish-bone brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr Walter Myers brother of the bridegroom) acted as est man. A wedding teC was afterwards held n the dining room, wI?ch was de :o,rated with tree ferns and red ;erani...
Fruit Report. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Fruit Report. Supplied by T. E. Shiel and Co., Staff ord Street, Dunedin, auctioneers, and commission agelts, for the week ending 8th November, 1911. In the advent of the new season we again lake the opportunity of advising many interested growers from oversea that we are desirious of representin! them with the sale of their fruit in this market. The prospects areexcellent this year, and owing to the late season we are experiencing, everything tends to wards most payable prices right up into January, Steamers leave Melbourne every Wednesday, so that the fruit would rnquire to be to the day before. All shipmentwof fruit must be accompanied hy agricultural certificate, stating the fruit to be Iree of pest. This can be got by your forwarding agent, who will en. quire for same at time of shipment. Cherries-The first shipments of choice fruit usually arrive this month. The opening prices last year were Is 3d to Is Gd lb. Later on prices ease, but from now to the end of December our value...
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
FLINDERS: Oh, Flinders, what would you have been' If it hadn't been for milk and cream ? The weary swagman on his road Cast dowu his pack at Cooke's abode; He gives them work to ease their shanks From many a weary, toilsome tramp;- Ah! Cooke, my honoured friend and brother. We'll not fall out with one another. When fire broke out and took my stack, And left me scarcely worth a rap, Holland was the man that took some pains To raise my heart from grips ancd grains. He brought me down a load of Lay, To steer me through the stormy day; I can't forget a friendly turn When feelhlgs frauaght and passions burn, While I lay on a sleeplss bed, Those rantintC rhymes come in my head. The third and last that 1 will put A better never-lifted foot; lie came across through wind and rain, To judge my cattle in the lane, He saw that 1 was stumped for chaff, And bid me send acoss the lad ; lBuchanas is the man I mean, His name I'll honor and esteem. T. W. T. Flinders.
Balnarring A.N.A. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
Balnarring A.N.A. HALF-YEARLY .MEETING. 11ie half-yearly meeting of the branch was held on Thursday, with a goxod attendance of metmbere, Presi dent IIurley in the chair. The secre tary rrprted on the anniversary entertainments conducted recently by the branch, as a resull of which there will be a; substantial addition to the fund-. The election of otlicers for the ensuing term r suIted as follows: President, Mr A Farrell; vice president, Mr W. Judd ; secretary, .Mr D. Buckley; assistant secretary, 11r W. G. Myers; treasurer, Mr WV. Myers; dlegates to conference, "Iessr- J. Clark and NV. Judd ; audi tors, Messrs Judd and Stone; com. mittee, Messrs Berryman, Vansuylen sen., Stone, Thomas and Vansuylen jnr. ; press correspondent, Mr W. Judd. Mr W. Wright was duty elected al new member of the branch, which is now in a flourishing condition, the number of members increasing slowly, while the finances are in a very healthy condition. The secretary's u-ual report 'h,,wed that over £15 had...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
COLLEGE OF OUR LADY OF THE SEA TANTI AVENUE, MORNINOTON. THI ' !! • fl. G l:r.: DAY SCII3OL affords every ad vantage for the Higher Educa tion .-: Y,.un. Lidi s The (urriculum embraces subjects of a Thorough Englist Educatir-.. Itin-. %odern ?i,'enages, \ccomplishmtnts-Musical and Artistic. P,!s. ,r e-cp'ard ftr te CUnivrnity Exams. in music, as well a- in the Junicr ano Scenir Pubr-e iainns Special Cl.as~_s for BIoo-Keeping, Type-Writing, Shor nano' Dress-a.dLi:,. DI s,.D'stic Economy, and Physical Culture. Thn- `Sa.. , Me-cy have aho a O.\IRDING tND DAY SCHOOL for LITTLi OY' rnl 4 to to years of age It is called 'Padua ilouse." and is opposite to the Yon1g; L.dirs C?llre. The Curriculum embraces English up to Primary Unisersits Exam, ?.? luic, Drawing, etc.. if required. TERYS ON APPLICATION TO THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Nob!e) -----Railway Store, Mornington.. -' CROCERIES. - DRAPERY & MILLINI ERY STANDA I?Il--Teh 1,.t U' TO-DATE an.f S I'YLISII. QUALII T...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 December 1911
LANOWARRIN The boxing match between "Bill" Tower and Geo. Simpson, a Melbourne welter weight, was brought off in the Recreation hall on Wednesday even ing last. Both men' gave their weights at 10 stone. Tower was seconded by J. Summers and.E.. Savage, and Simpson by his brother. In the first round honors were even ; in the second round Tower with a powerful blow sent his man to his knees. Tower forced the fighting, and at the end of the fifth round the towel was thrown in, and referee 31'Naugh ton- awarded the match to Tower. The contest vais for £10 aside and the gate, which should be about £2 10s.