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SOMERVILLE v. TYABB. A GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911
SOMERV ILLE v. TYABB. A GRADE. Thes ta-ms playd at Somerville, the iame ending in a draw. ! Le home t-am )attdl first, H. C,,ft and Geon Grant op-ni, g the innings. The ftrmer was caugh' in the slips in the fist over, and tIh latter curried his bat rirht thrugh the innings for G6o. E Goam 10, and L. Cola 11. were the o:.ly ,,thers to rech double figures. J. I. Grant. and iI. D.,nham opened for Tyabb and made 23 anrid 41 respec tirely. A Young'. was the only dntbl- figure scor, besides the two fi.st-,amnd with 18, afier being twice misod. At the cdl ..f time Tvahlt rquiral 13 runs to win with ithre wickets to fall. Scores: SosEavLLLE. G Grant, not out, ... GO I Croft, c Incieneri, b Floyd, 0 S.S. G.ult, ,r ut. ... 5 G. Reed, b Mill-, ... 3 E. Gomm, b Y.,ung, ... 19 F. Murray, b FIoyd, .. I R K Iy, b Floyd, ... 2 C. 'ob-man, run uant. ... 7 J. E.'aylor, b Yourg, ... 0 L C,le, c anI b Incigneri, lI WV. Hanton, c and b Incigneri, 1 Sundries . ... . 11 T..tal ... ... 120 Bowling-Filord 3...
A. W. N. L. BRANCH FORMED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911
A. W. N. L. BRANCH FORMED AT - FRANKSTON. A meetifig was held at the Me chanics' Hall, Frankston, on Wed nesday afternoon last, for the pur pose of forming a branch of the A.W.N.L. Mrs Fergu son occupied the chair. Mrs Moody addressed the meeting on the aims and objects of the League, and it was decided to form a branch at Frankston, the election of office-bearers resulting as follows :-Pre-ideint, Mrs Max well ; vice-presidents, Mesdames Lowe, H. M'Combe,and May; hon. secretary, Mrs Pownall ; hon. trea- surer, Mrs Utber; committee mesdames O'Grady, Millard, Dial, Lowe, Maxwell, Pownall, Watson, May, Hay, Twining, Hill, M'Comb, Utber, Thomas, Merriman, Sher- lock, Misses Carr, and Brody Mrs. Moody congratulated the branch on its formation, and ex- pressed the hope that it would soon be a very large'and active one. Afternoon tea was then served, &nbsp; and the meeting concluded:
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
JiUW i I\TV JUll o YOUR '1'O WN. Run it dr.wu varitorb Go to other ylpurb our your supplies Look &ozr3 y ibokL btluogor talks tO you ol buyLg pt: prtty iii it. I daoue to bre nttott it any behutme unless you art' bigIug" lo u it. ion t' iirit.: sbhow .our distust by' tttubtto to lay out t y Iutt uy in it. Ltyour tozsgue wag ttty about your Snigbt our wihoutk uowltg tha eacts.
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
1 GRADE. This is a compeiitionz under auspices of Association tor trophy to be won right out this season. - Dec. 9 Mlorningtio v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Hastings ,, 16-Halsingm'v. Tyabb , Somtervile v. bMoruniigton ., 23-Snmervitll v. rtyabb , , Mlornington v. Hastings Jan. 13--turlningon v. Hlastings • S, Sollervlll v. Tyabb 2o0-T)abb v. Morniugton , 24-Murniinton v. ''yabb ,, Somervlllc v. Hlastings Mar. 2--lastings v. Tyabb ,, ,-Somerville v. Mornington'
DOMESTIC TIT-BITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
DOMESTIC TIT-BITS. Combs should not be washed. Cleni; them by passing a ijiece of soft rag between the teeth. - A few grains of salt sprinkled on the coffee before adding the. water brings out and improves the flavor. The yolk of an egg well beaten 'is a good substitute for creamn in coffee. An egg will suffice for three cups. . To prevent lamp chimneys from cracking put them into a pan of cold water, gradually heat until it boils, and then let it as-gradually cool. A chemist advises that preserved fruit be opened an liour or two before it 'is used. It becomes richer after I the oxygen of the air has been re stored to it. When making lemon cheese, or any. thing'requiring the juice of lemons, if the lemons are allowed to stand in hot water for a few minutes they will Syield much more juice. - t Cabbage water causes a most offen-' t sive smell throughout the house if poured down. the drain. Allow it to cool and pour it on the ground. It is an excellent fertiliser for fruit trees and r...
Consoling. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Consoling. A story is told of a woman living in a lonely part'of the Far West, whose husband had one day been away froin. home much longer than usual. Sheu waited patiently, however, :when, to her surprise and alarm, a band of ruffians rode up and dismounted a lit tle distance from the hut. Approaching her, the leader'of the party exclaimed* apologetically: "We've come to tell yer, maj'am; that we've lynched your husband. We ad mit we've hung the wrong- man, so you've got the laugh on us there." "Do you believe that a fish diet is calculated to strengthen the brain?" asked the innocent youth. "Can't say that I do," replied the wise person; "but I believe that go-, ing fishing invigorates the imagina-I tion." "Is it true that your cashier has eloped with your daughter and a large sum of money?" "It's quite true; but he is an hon est fellow, and means to repay me He has already returned my daugh ter."
Woollens for the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Woollens for the Baby. The baby's stomach is always his most vulnerable spot, and, in the opin ion of experienced mothers and doc tors, until a child is three years old he should never be without some wool over his stomach. Sudden congestion, cold caused by wet linen or muslin next to his skin, even the usual at mospheric change after a thunder storm may bring . about an illness which might easily be avoided by pro tection through wool.
Heat Collapse. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Heat Collapse. Heat collapse is not usually a se vere condition, says the "Lancet." The patient suddenly turns giddy and falls; his skin is moist and cool; his breath. ing hurried but never stentorous; his pulse small and soft; his pupils dl lated; his. temperature remains at, or falls below, the normal; whilst there is no complete loss of consciousness as a rule. Recovery generally ensues when the patient is taken into the shade, his clothes are loosened, cold water is dashed on his head, and am monria held to his nostrils.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Ji "Y, PITCHFORD, (Late R. Pitchford) COACHBUILDER, HORSESHOER AND CENERAL BLACKSMITH MORNINGTON. -] W. PITCHFORD'-begs to * notify that he has purchased the above business which has been carried on by his father (R. Pitch ford) for the last 15 years. A Trial Solicited.: Terms Moderate JI Nott Marsh House, Land & Es tate Agency BAY STRE'I', FRANKSTON (next . Schultz's Hotel), s-No Property will be too Large or too Small to Let or Sell. F,RANKSTON PROPERTY E XCHANGE. Reports of district functions items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor. IMPORTANT NOTICE.` Hastings Market, Monthly Auction Sales. HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, POULTRY and SUNDRIES. TIT A. KORNER. Auctioneer, Morn ' ington and Hastings, begs to an nounce to the residents of the ornin. toni Peninsula that he will sell in HOBAN'S NEW YARDC at HASTINGS. On the THIRD THURSDAY in EACH MONTH, by Auction. Large yarding of Springers, Milkers and Store Cattle, also Sh...
A New Window. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
A New Window. IN ST. PAUL'S; FRANKSTON. Lady-Madden has presented to St. Paul's a fine window in memory of her mother and father, the late Mr and Mrs Francis Stephen. The work, which was executed by Brooks, Robinson and Co., shows St. Paul, one hand raised in bles sing, the other holding a 'sword. The sword is a symbol, both that he was a soldier of Christ, and that he died as a martyr, being beheaded for his Faith. The window will be dedicated in January.
MEDICAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
MEDICAL MEMS. . Hardening of the Arteries. There comes a time in the lives o many persons when,-after a period of vague and perhaps very gradual loss of health and strength, the physician makes his examination dnd utters the word "Arteriosclerosis," as. expressing the condition he finds. The- physical state covered by this word is a hardening of the arteries. It may be considered physiologically inseparable from extreme age, but many persons are doomed to hear it far too soon.-In the young it may be the result of muscular over-exertion, whether that takes the form of too jimuch hard .work or too much hard play; or it may be result from long. continued grief or fretting. An un happy love affair met without- philo. sophy'or prolonged home-sickness has often cut the prime out of a lifetime, and brought about such a condition of the sufferer's arterial system that youth and premature age met face to face, without any of the merciful gra dation that Nature intended. When this disease com...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
f0 KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pass; Before you speak, three gates of god, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true 1" lhen '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, Ie last and narrowest, "Is" it kind ?" And if, to reach your lips at last, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. --Selected.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Telephone Directory. : FRANKSTO1. 1-Brraly, 3! 2-llugau, J. 3-Rowan, ',lirathou.' 4 -Campbell, 3lajur, Amesfield Pa?k -ija?y, Mrs ti' PetLr, IV. ., 'Standard' Office' 7-ititchel and Co, T 8--Grmwade, li W,1M :toon 9-M1r Jame"Urice, "?toondah" 10--lotertson, II, belencl? 11 Malxwll, Dr 12-buhamberlin, P C, Chemist 13--Millard, J, Cal. I rprtotor 14-Utlrroo.l, C 15-Booth, U W 16--Plowman, Air . 17--chutiz, W" 18-Gregcry. A l 19-Mackie snd Williams, butchers 20-- oxall, A, butcher 21-Malsteton. H, 'Hubria' 22--M'Donald, D, atorekeeper 23-Gamble, H " 24-Collins, H.M., "Gracedale," 25-Pantor, Capt, 'Jrula' MORNINGTON. 1-Harrison, L 2-Korner, IV A,auctloneer 8--O'Gorman, lra 4-Tart, D. J. B. DBOfANA. 1-Rudduck, E 2-Clameager, H 3! 83-outh Channel Lighthouse 4-Edwards, G S IOMERVJLLE. 1-Griffeth, G SOI RENTO. 1-Continental 2--llan, J D 3-Smith, H B H 4-Smith, WS H 5-Goodall, John 6-Lombard. J
Mornington Sports Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Mornington Sports Club. A-general meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics Hall on Wednesday of last week, when there was a good attendance. The balance sheet as read was adopted. The total receipts 'amounted to £59 16s lid, and, the expenditure to £40 17s 4d, leaving a balance of £t8 16Gs 7d to the club's credit. It was decided that the annual sports meeting be held in the park on Wednesday, January 31st, 1911. The following office-bearers were duly elected :-President, Mr WV; S. Cook; vice-presidents, Messrs L. Harrison and J. Murphy, secre tary, M r R. Cohen; assistant sec retary, Mr G T Jenkins; patrons, Hon .A Downward, MLA, Dr Somers, Rev W O'Hagan, Messrs A Tolhurst, L B Jackson, A Nunn and Sons, Annear Bros, Major Campbell, P McArthur, F C Do herty, Board, D J B Tait, J W Doherty, W A Korner, A McLellan, R Ford, J' L Fairbairn, Edwick, Summerland, I Gotch, C Jones, Crs Lobb, Barrett, Stephens, Flood, Grover, Alston, Griffeth and Male ; committee, Messrs T. Hutchins, P ...
Victorian Naval Base. WORK AT WESTERNPORT. PRIVATE LAND ACQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Victorian Naval Base. WORK AT WESTERNPORT. PRIVATE LAND ACQUIRED. .. A further step towards the con struction of: the- niaval base at Westernport. was taken by. the Federal, Government on Monday, an area of rather more than 16Ut acres being compulsorily resumed (says the 'Age") under the Lands 1 Acquisition Act. This action fol lows upon the reports of the direct 1 or of naval works, who, as recently announced in "The Age" has spent some time surveying'-Westernport, Cockburn Sound and Port Step hens, three of the principal sub bases recommended by Admiral - Sir R. Henderson. i The acquisition order put through by the Federal Executive Council 6 show the position chosen by the director for the. principal works at Westernport. The area offered by the State Government was not whollysuitable, and private land has had to be purchased at prices yet to.be fixed. Land was required I for torpedo, gunnery, wireless telegraphy and other schools, in addition to the barracks, wood yards, dock an...
"Twopence an Inch Advertising." A CHANCE FOR THE FLINDERS SHIRE. [A Printing Firm's "Consistency."] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
"Twopence an Inch -Advertising.". A CHANCE FOR THE FLINDERS SHIRE. [A Printing Firm's 'Consistency."] The Loch "Express" writes a? below, and we .gree with the writer: -The newspaper.man who cats down his ' prices to "twopence per inch" deserves tobe boycotted,and the councillrs who countenance such a thing should be "outed?' The "printer-uma," in this inttance is like the auctioneer who undert-ases sales at 2 percent and gives 3 months bills without interest, the grocer or draper who sellt lit under cost price ntld has to wait three toot;ths for his mopney and sometimes inever sees It. The above is an extract from the Dandenotg "Advertiser' of last i-sue, I which calmly states that it agrees with the Loch 'Express' in its denunciation of ,ewspapersacc pting advertising at Ssuch ridieulous rates. Before us is the I copy of a tender for the Flinders and Kangerong shire, in which Swords Bros. tofer. to. tidertie shire nbtices for 6D an inch.. Ye Gods ! Thee we have the firm who offers...
Frankston New Year's Day Sports. RECORD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
I Frankston New Year's Day Sports. RECORD ENTRIES. Entries for the Frank-ton -New Year's Day Sports closed on Tuesday, the result being an increase all round. The £25 Sheffield has attracted 54 entries from all .partsaf the State, and one from Queensland, the -runners being some of Victoria's best, such - as Carnie, Heaney, and Taylor. Four previous winners of the Frankston Sheffield have entered, viz, F. Jolly, J. P. Fogarty, A. MicEchern and L. Vickery, so that the Frankston meet. - is apparently very popular with peds. The world's champion, J. Donaldson, Shas also entered, and is a very likely l starter. The wood.chops have filled better than last year, and cracks such as A. Hartman and McLsren are amongst the list. The cycling events have attraeted a good class of riders: There are 12 entries for the Footh .llets' Handicap, inc uding McArthur, Jolly, Lothian, Shannon and Boulter. The dancing events have not attracted sufficient entries, the big Highland New Year's gatherings evi...
Westernport Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
Westernport Progress Association. A meeting of the' executive com r mittee of the above was held at the e hall, Hastings, on Thursday, Decem h ber 7th, when there were present: - -Mr Parkes (president, in the chair), s Messrs Gibson, F. Peddle, D. Hoban, t Wilding, Mair, Woodhouse, Wool Y ley, Latchford, Reive, and Dr Plow. 5 man and Mr A. T. Denham (hon. 5 secs.) Dr Plowman presented a report; v in whichl he laid bef".re the meeting corresprrrdence with the .council of e the Shire of Frankston and Hastings and the shire secretary. chiefly with re egard to the proposed Parliamentary trip round Westernport Bay. He - reported that he had interviewed the Heon. W. H. Irvine,¶K.C., M.H.R., at the Federal Pailiament House to obtain information as to ,how the amount of £53,ooo on the estimates for 1 reliminaiy expenditure on naval barracks, submarine depo', etc., was to be allotted. Mr Irvine informed himn that the amount had been voted on the day of the interview, but he was unable to asc...
Cricket Fixtures. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
'Cricket Fixtures.: 0 . AULFELDAMOORABjBrI coUPE-. Fr~·TIION. :: A- GRADE._-- days'satoihes, on, grounds 01f tirat-nnmed club: Ellindalo v Fraskaton Frsuksoto v G lenbuntly ,Malvern Distriot v rinksatos Fraskstoc v.MIutone. Fruanstors v ilsklor1,b t" bieorgo's v.Frssscton E.' Usultbd v Frwnkston EmLanktos v Ellindasle Glcnhbutly v Frnkston Fnokstsjs v Malvern District,, Mentono v Frankston B GRADE.=2 day's matcce3 on first named clubs' ground Fznakston vEllind slo B. 31, Congo. v Fraukstos Frankaton v MlcKinnon E. Al. iricsb. Franskston Roostos' a Frrnksaln NE. Caulfiold v Frankston Frsnkoton Oaicloigh * Glenhuntly vFrankstsn Frankston a' ilcstoso Caulhcld a Frsnkston Frrsnkston v Malvern District
THE CHURCHES. ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911
THE CHURCHESS. x mST. PAUL'S FRANKSTON, The following extracts are taken fromi the localparislh paper : THE VICTOIIA'.MISSION TO SEAMEN. a It was when he was stationed at o Newplort that our Vicar came e across the .Missions to Seamen. I lie found the Rev. A. -G. Gold smith and his wife living on the t bord rs of his parish, and devoting a their full time, morning, afternoon 4 atntd evening, to the men and boys oI the steamers and sailing vessels a wihict visited the port of Mel- I burne. The work now. is very C l:rge, with two Chaplains and three 'Lay Readers, besides many honor- I arv worker-. e The work done is mainly on two lines-one definitely religious, pro- s viding services both afloat and ashore, and dealing personally with the men, building them up in the I faith, and leading the careless to think; and the other definitely social, providing; at the three institutes at Williamstown, Port Melbourne and the Australian Wharf, reading rooms and club rooms generally, and every w...