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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

Mornington Regatta. The following are the races: - 10 MILE COURSE, 22 feet and over, First Prize 5 guineas i0 MILE COURSE,under 22 feet. First Prize 3 rnineae FISIIERtMENS and WATERMEN'S RACE. I0 mile course First £5, second Dl .-lIt RACE First 3 guineas To b.- irhdicippll by the St Kihlt sail. inl c." .mi: e L CA . I.\tilY 'ACE First 3 Sh il: IIACI S ?tl other Water the I'..tta wi:l ptoiaby-le held oL. Janna i-t Furi particulars wild dete of entries next 'Isu-. and pnh.1l rosters CHIAS W tjMlI'BELL. lion Sec and Treas TYABB RECREATION GROUND SPORTS MEETING. (Unregistered). January 29th, 1911. AN.A. DAY. First Race to Start at Half-past One o'Clock Sharp BOY'S sHEFt IELD,13 ?yacls. For boys 18 years and under. First £1, second s &G. third !s . Nom. Is, ace. . BICYCLE HANDICAP, about I mile. For boys between the ages of 14 and 17 years. First £1, second is, Nom. Is. no ace SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130 yards. First £2 10s, second 15s, third s, som. 2, ace Is BICYCLE HlNDIC P, about...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER cy.ie'wa '. MORNINCTON. £?zecate ell Lt dof- WtATCI. C.LOCK JEW-.' IT Y and rPPECIAL REP.ti: . Gilane- and keys fitted. * -.. - ,?e be ,eft with 'ears Ann.ar II..-, :n:sng. -.-a.ns; Jir Kwidaek, jUmm nr.; M-**r J tars crl ýs1', Someri:. or -ciar ru.- vra Yescai rn s i d \\,.i-m", wh L - "tlydno?nr"daily F-' m.'- .--- . for repair, f dBsaved, h-f.. e; .,..- .. wnth them. G odsa of r-t,y !.-sicipt,',. ronn.etel with tht trad-, -. inutg the m.** up.t..d-te mites ref w tchos 'ub mitted fe- apFrov..L Ct-ton,.e a vrst-d by appoirstient J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO ' PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs ]let all Tr.ins. Parcels and L?g?zre received a.d promptly delivered. HIo.es and Vehicie' for hire. Prices re?a~ofie etters and Te!earams promptly attended t. A. GOXALL1 - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, a?anlies Waited ..n fr 0-? ........... Prime Meat O,,ly K pt .......... Smal: Goods. ,f Every I).e ri;t,',, Fresh Daily. tides and Skin' B-,ught................

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL A quantity of district news' an other items are unavoidably crowded out of this issue. "'The Frankston State School com mittee have arranged a grand photo play and breaking up concert in the Hall on Thursday next. At the Frankston Methodist church to.morrow evening a. temperance service will be held, at which an or chestra will provide the music. The card party and dance held in the Convent Hall, Moynington, last 'e d nesdey night, in aid of Mrs McAr thur's stall for the forthcoming garden fete, was most successful and enjoy able. At the annual examination held at Geelong Grammar School this year, Sidney Plowman jnr. gained the lest prize in English, the 1st prize in ari thmetic (Lower V) and the silver medal for junior gytnastics. On account of the heavy fall of rain at %\ornington .on Tuesday last, the 'water scheme' sharps have fallen con siderably. In Main-Street the pressure was so high.that one of the principal water mains burst, and the overflow was so great...

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Unselfish Jack. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

Unselfish Jack. The devotion?which the men of a certain Derbyshire colliery village show towards' the local public-house is' fast becoming notorious. Returning ma rk one day rcentla brawny ing woman who burst into tearsat'th6" sight of him, and sobbed out: "Oh, Jack Smith, what does ta think? My husband's sittin' in t' pub-.. lie-house, and he vows he won't come home till he's spent every penny of his wages." "Which one is he in?" inquired Jack Smith, with apparent sympathy. "The 'Pig and Whistle.'" "Then Ah'll go there an' see him," said Jack, turning to retrace his steps. "Tha will?" cried the woman joy fully. "Then tha're an out-an'-out good sort, Jack Smith. Bring him straight back hom, won't ta?" "Nay; Ah canna promise that," Jack said, dispassionately. "A charge o' dynamite wouldn't shift thy husband when he gets rooted to a public-house bench. But Ah might as weel go an' help him to drink his wages. He'll be home sooner, at any rate."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

co-nington High School. TArnI AVEtUr, -.MOR?INGTON Day and Boarding School. TIH' Cutrs- of Instruction in::clules all th- brauches of a Superior Engl:sh Elcation, with French, Latir, 'Ph?v?a Culture. Ne. 'lework, Elocution, rawing, I'.intine. Piano and Violin tuition, Theory of Music, etc. Prindtal--M.S C. EVERARD. William S. Cook, .-......?IO?RNINGT( N ....... AIMltoUI: ' ADP-'. -. Plel'" Buildings. 60 Queer. :- t. ;-- PVh :.t so. C: .. Il?-. .-o.nl stat. t.. no..t -DENTIST. MORNINCTON. Mr Fred 8. Parrett, -or ....B.D.S........ "'OF 317 CHURCH ST,?RICHSIOND. I17 ILL visit Ma.nist-ton MONTIILY and may be consulted at Mrs J. W. Fos:.r's, "Ci-tamont,' Main S . Visting Days SATURDAY. NOVEllBER 25Lh. SATURDt)Y, DECEMBER 16th sAtI)DAY. J%.?UAII 2th Hours--ll a.t. to 4I)0 p.m. N. Freeman, Plumber, Gasfitter & Licycle Ktpa ire MAIN ST., MORNINCTON. All Work done at .1ell.urne Prices. ..STI'MATES GIVEN. .c cle lirpaits a 'perialhty, and al Fittings kept in Stock. years ..rieocen in ...

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FATHER OF THE CINEMA. The Man Who Made the First Moving Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

FATHER OF THE CINEMA. The Man Who Made the First Moving . Picture. C?onsiderable discussion has been going on for some time past as to who' originated the cinema. Many claim. ants to the distinction have come for ward, but after careful investigation it would appear that the honor really belongs to an Englishman, Edward Muybridge, who emigrated from Kingston-on-Thames in the 'forties, and settled in Callfornia; where later on he obtained an appointment as photographic. surveyor of the Pacific Coast The first moving picture which he produced was really the outcome 6f a wager made between the.Governor of ' California (Leland Stanford) and a friend as to whether. a horse ever has four legs off the ground at the same moment while- running. Muybridge was asked to settle the point. He placed twenty-four cameras in a line to cover each movement of the horse and rider, the camera-shutters being moved by connecting-pieces of string which the animal broke as he passed. The result was a series...

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Let This Be a Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

- Let This Be' a Warning. A young man who recently got miar rled insisted that it was his duty to make a speech. And this is how he did it: "My dear friends; I-or-it givesme great pleasure to tell-that is, to in form you that I shouldn't" like to be a widow--I' mean? bachelor-again,' and I'm.sure my wife wouldn't either. No! No! I should have said that myi wife wouldn't be a spin-that is, a ' spinster il- she could. Er-I cannot, sit down-I mean I cannot resume my seat without thanking you-for the birthday.-er-I mean wedding .pres ents which you have showered upon me with such confusion-er-profu-1 slon. You have made us very happy. with your gifts, which we value far more than your presence-er-I mean -that is-I should have said' exactly opposite to what I said when I said that I mean-I-she-or rather we said-" Here he gave it up. As distillers of perfume the Egypt lans could not have had any peers. Some of their ointment preserved iu an alabaster vase in the museum at Alnwick, believe...

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CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. TYABB v. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

'CRI'CK r: In PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. e -- t TYABB v. FLINDERS. I This match was played last Satur- I day on the ground of the frst-named ] club, and won by the visitors by 1 32 runs. Tyabb batted first and scored 115, J. D. Grant at iast striking form, by going in at the fall of the first wicket, carrying his bat for a perfectly.mads 38. After the interval for refreshments, kindly provided by the ladies, the visitors opened with Delaney and C. Vansny las. The former almost saw the inn ings through, wits 42 to his credit. The fielding of the locals was fright fully loose, and in numerous cases where the batsmen would not run until the ball had passed the fie dsmen, a boundary score wou'd result. It was not until Flinders were within half-a dozen of the :locals' total; that the latter "woke up," and although the Se'ding.was then faultless, it was, like the pardon, "too late." Willis 27, A. Cleave 18 and Myiers 13 not out, played sound cricket, and. flayed the gamne for, keeps...

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'SORRYENTO.' To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

'SORRYENTO.' To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,--Ratepayers at Sorrento, now feel the loss of Ex-Councillor Terry, for when he was in the council he kept things in order, and saw that every officer did his duty: But since he resigned his seat, things are drifting back at Sorrento to the same groove as they were 20 years ago. Boxthorn is growing on the sides of the roads and in private properties, and apparently thatt by-law is n,w deadl; catfle and horses are 'per mitted to wander at their leisure about the roads and streets all day and night, and even closet pans are allowed to flow over, and noboly seems to care. People are continu ally complaining, but without re dress, so now several people are emptying their own pans. No wonder our finances in the shire are in such a deplorable state, as the outstanding rates and pan rates in Sorrento alone, are enor mous, and run into over three figures. There are several who have not paid their pan rates- for the last four years. "'Why"?. ...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. A LONG MEETING. TAKING OVER A NEW ROAD. OLIVER'S HILL IMPROVEMENTS. ROAD GRADER TEAM OBTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 December 1911

, Frankston and Hastings . Shire Council. . A LONG MEETING. Ta KING OVERl A NEW ROAD. OLIVERS HILt. IMPROVEMENTS. ROAD GRADER TEAM OBTAINED. The monthly meeting of the above was held at Somerville on Wednesday when there were present - Crs Ritchie (President), Oates, Baxter, Alden, Perrott, Hodgen, Murray, Griffeth, Cole, J. E. Jones (Secretary) and A. K. Sambell (engineer) . Mr. P. Murray, a councillor of the Mirboo Shire, who was present as one of the objectors against the improvemnmt charges re-pecting Thompson Street, Frankston, was welcomed and given a seat at the council. Mr. Murray acknowlelged the compliment. . CORRESPONDENCE. W. G. Pettit, secretary Frankston New Year's Day Sports, asking   that corner of park near pump.   be barb-wired; also that council erect p.sts and make a calde chain fence at continuation of fence around cycle track-B ,tth requests to h.-complied with, on motion of Crs Oates and Baxter. Connolly and Crocker, solicitors for W....

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KEEPING MOSQUITOES AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

KEEIPING MIOSQUUQES Ar BAY. The cleanest and idst cliectlal re peillant-i.e.,- material which will keep olT lmosquitoes-is didl of citronella, which i ala extracit fii:o a grass, Au. diropolgon" narnlas, priintrily useal in tl:e imanuiactlure of c:heap grades of I erfuinery. :Ihle dsothr is not lllnplea sin ti mist perlsons, is :.lite lasting, iiand aibsolutely keeps ilT all kinds ul Iliisillqlitlls. Plroteected biy tllis ilate iial. I have slept comfortably fIr an bhoar n ac i seIIshore Iliaea// on an eveC. - illg wlienl everyone else was 'irivell in norll. I have usedi it since I5 97I ol all Illy colleeting trips, andil n liit tLer lii .al'ge 'lie swarlm Iof ii.gi2 tile4 surrouillinglll in ll the. iliarsh.. iIr in the woidl , none ever ulightelld o .hy part of Illy lilody rubllhtiel ith the oil of eitrinelli. Many otll's have Ilced this iilllterial in ay r' e colmelllulie tion, anllll inll alll uses it Iliu provedl albsohitely eflective, it mlay Ie .liberailly applimil on thle han...

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FOR A SORE CHEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

FOR A SORE CHEST. An exc~llent remedy for a sore chest, a persistent cough, or any condition that needs a gentle, steady ir'itotion is a mustard plaster, ,aidel to ..le worn not for a few .minlues, :but. for days at a time if n1tdfult It is imnde with mustard and lard, in the propor tion of onQ of mustard and two of Inlrd, being careful of that measure of lard. Rlub thmese thoroughly to cether,'and spread on a piece of :mus lin cut olt in the neck, like a child's hib, and large enough to coer 'the whole region of the .fings. Cover this with another piece cut in the same manner and run a thireaml round the edge to keep the mustard frot ffalling out after oil has been absorbed intc the skitl. 'lie it around tile neck iy seans of tapes at the Ilpper cor~ere aInd. wear it twenty-four hours,. and. io on as long as it maty be nieeded. l'his pinster never blisters il.properly made, and is an excellent applicentri for a sensitive'skin that will not hlearn lmuch irritation. It should he cove...

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The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

The Stud. The following horses are advertises· in the "'St,, dr 1l' to stauld in the. districtlrhis?'erk. .:-. Bravo, Mr G. ":H. Grindal's well krnow n Clydesdale. Fitz Bells, .MrG. W.'Booth's beau-. tifully ored trotter. Dundy, Mr P. Purves' staunch and shapely pony. Centrewood and Shepherd Lion, AMr Gonran's well-Lred Clydesdales; also Bolinda, a fashionably-bred roadster. Tit Willow, Mr Walter Cairn's well.bred roadster. P, gliacci, AMr T. H. Sage's thorough bred of much quality. , Young Sir: Andrew, Firth's shapely clydesdale. . ;

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College of Our Lady of the Sea. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

College of Our Lady of the Sea.' MORNINGTON. The annual concert and distri bution of prizes of the above college took place on Monday evening, 18th inst. The comedi etta was very funny; each of the performers did her parteplendidly. The fancy drills were very effective and the "Stately Miliuet" was beautiful. The school will be re opened on February 5th, 1,412. ,The programme was as follows: -Piano solo, selected IMliss M. Kennedy; drill, doll, junior stud eats; vocal duet, 'Sleep and For get' students; recitation, Not Understood, Miss E. Bryant; vocal duet, Scent of Lilies, Miss M. Ken nedy and F. Plunkett; 'duet, poppies, junior students; come dietta, Cross Purposes-'Miss De borah Oldfield' Miss F. Plunkett, 'Miss Priscilla' Miss M. 'Kennedy (Two old Maids),'Mrs H. Oldfield' Miss M. Kennedy, 'Ilalian Girl' Miss E. Meeking, 'Her Mother' Miss N. Lang, 'Rebecca' Miss E. Bryant, 'Martha'. Miss F. Kelly; song, 'Mammie's Little Sunshine' Miss D. Taylor; Drill, fancy dress, senior studen...

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

LANCWARRIN 'The inclusion of women to the school committees has proved of. great advantage. and everywhere it is noted that increased atten tion is directed by them to the' better welfare of the scholars. As a rule. they pay more visits to the schools than the men, and bring that touch of home influence which makes :school life :more' real, and gives that necessary' in centive to the schoblais to it' prove, and so earn the approval of parents and visitors generally. They also feel that their welfare is being.closely watchled; and-look forward to the visits'of mothers. who, with younger sisters and brothers. come into their world of school life, and look with eyes of admiration at their work. Much is being done-at the Langwarrin S. School. the one committee woman entering on her work thoroughly, and losing no oppor tunity to make school life more encouraging. and the incentive to work and behave well more en ticing. At the present time slie is working up a pleasant surprise on the oc...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. RECORD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

Frankston New Year's Day Sports. RECORD ENTRIES. Entries for the Fmrankton New Year's Day Sports closed on Tuesday, the result being an increase all round. The £25 Sheffield has attracted 59 eniries from all parts of tie State, and one from Queensland,' the runners being some of Victoria's best, such as Carnio, Heaney, and Taylor. Four previous winners of the Franksons Sheffield have entered, viz. F. Jolly, J. P. Fogarty, A. McEcliern and L. Vickery, so that the Frankston meet is apparently very popular with peds. The world's champion, J. Donaldson, has also entered, and is a very likely starter. The wood-chops have filled better than last year, and cracks such as A. Hartman and MIcL ren are amlongst the list. Ther cling events have attracted a good elass of riders. There are 12 entries for the Foothballers' Handicap, inc uding M~cArthur, Jolly, Lothian, Shannon and Boulter. The dancing events have not attracted sufficient entries, the big Highland Now Year's gatherings- evidently t...

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THE CHERRY-TREE BIRDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

THE CHERRY-TREE BIRDIE. It has been a difficult matter in district orchards to protect the crops of cherries this year from the depredation.? of the birds. Mlany ingeniouhsdevices have been tried. Tins tiel in the trees, tins rattled by hand all day long. guns, efftiies atild patent -ird scarers have all*"h n triediwith more or less success. One grower. at • omer .ilels after sone little diffi culty. idtlijed his sister to tape her fa.nc. ork and sit under the trees. :For a while her activity lrotectLe tt fruit : but, seated. ini comifort. 6l; rug and pillow, the sweet lhistling of the birds sent her to drealuland. 'lf her dreamnr she fancici ithe little iirds were dropping the leaves of the trees oni her as thevi did her two little rela tives, a, l- anded d(vi'n to us " story. ?;fI slumber of the "lBabes in the W\ood" was deeper than hers, for obening, "lher eyes to watch the performanice of making a leaf 'shroud. she' was startled to see. ni little feathered birds, as she lia. dre...

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St. Andrew's Church, Somerville. SOCIAL AND SALE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

St. Andrew's Chuch, Somerville. SOCIAL AND SALE OF GIFTS. A successful sale of gifts and social was held in the Somerville Mechanics' Hall on Friday night last week, in connection with St. Andrew's Church, The object was to raise sufficient money to erect a shelter shed in the church grounds, and also to do some necessary painting. Unfortunately for the object, it turned out a very *et night, and consequently the amount to be raised was severely affected. During the evening a varied pro. gramme of musical items was rendered, and refreshments were handed round on a liberal scale. Mrs Jas Murray was ip charge of the refreshment department, and as usual distinguished,herself in supplying the wants of the inner man. Mrs G. Shepherd and Mrs Gregory also assisted in this de partment. The general stall was under the command of Mesdames Philbrick, C. Murray and Webb. The fancy stall was superintended by Mrs S. Croft. MIr Jas. Murray, with tact and indefatigable energy, attended to all the m...

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MORNINGTON JUNCTION. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

MORNINGTON JUNCTION. RI()GkESS ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting of the Mornington Junction Proiress Association was held in the Pro gress Building on the 6th inst.. the .vice-president (Mr, A. Haw ken) occupying the chair.' Owing to ir. (;raham leaving the dis trict. it was necessary to elect a new president and auditor, Mr. (;raham having occupied both of these positions. ,Mr. A. Hawken was elected president, and Mr. Slarley auditor. ?Mr. MlcArthur wai appointed vice-president. Mr. E. liart?.. who, has. carried out the ,dtiJ.nlds (e taiy since the as.sociation has been started, ten dered his resignation, which was accepted with regret. as lie has been a very energetic worker. Mlr. R. 1iinds was selected to fill the vacancy. A working bee was arranged for Friday, the 8th.inst.. to finish the fencing of the hall ground. and.a' visit to liaxter's Flat was also agreed .on. to in spect the recreation ground. with a view to carrying out some im provements: Owing to it being inconvenient,...

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Frankston State School. "BREAK UP" ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911

Frankston State School, "BREAK UP" ENTERTAIN MENT. . The Frankston school committee entertained the scholars at a bio scope concert on Thursday night, when the atteniance of adults, owing to the unplea-ant weather conditions, was rather disappoint ing. The bioscope pictures, when the machine worked properly, were interesting and enjoyable. A short programme was also given by the scholars, and theway. the girls and boys acquitted themselves was a credit to their instructors,. Miss Hadfield and Mr and Mrs Rich ardson. A duet, 'I won't marry you,' by Vena Ingwersen and Olive Blunden, was splendidly given, and vociferously encored. .'AtO,' by 26 girls and boys' was also an enjoyable item, as also was 'Touch and Go' by about a dozen little girls and boys. The chorus ping ing by the elder boys and girls, under the- baton of the head teacher, was excellent, the voices blending harmoniously, with. a swing and go that was exhilarat ing. " My •Alambama toon," showed Master Parer, as a.soloist...

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