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TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
TO 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 "f 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 at last, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. -Selected.
WESTERNPORT. UNRIVALLED HARBOR FOR MODERN STEAMERS. To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
- WESTERNPORT. UNRIVALLED HARBOR FOR MODERN STEAMERS. To the Editor of "The Standard." - Sir,-In "The Arcmus' of Wednes d ty was a leading article commenting upon the rapid incrtase of ocean going steamers in relation to our har. bour accommodation. The Orama has reached the limit in the size of ships which cat, enter the'Heads safely, and safety can only be insured if the weather he favorable. In order to illitatrate this, the fact may he cited that sonne little time ago, the Cufie,. 8,249 tons, touched bottom in a heavy sea, although theoretically she had plenty of water under her keel. It is indisputable that great econ omy is effected by the increase in the size, and, within certain limits, the speed of cargo-carrying steamers. This economy tells for reduction in freight charges. The visits to Australian ports of large, even the largest ship., should, therefore, be encouraged, and, if possible, secured. In order to do this suitable harbor accommodation must first be provided. Th...
Concert at Mornington. A GOOD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
Concert at Mornington. BY STATE SCHOOL SCHOLARS. A GOOD ATTENDANCE. A grand concert, to ,aise the bal ince of nioney required for the erection of sheds in the State Schoo6l trounds, was held in the Mechanics' IIlI, Morning. to,,, on Friday the I6th inst. The preliminary preparations, decorations, and rehearsals, were in the hands of Miss Ferber. The costumes for the cantatas and fairy scenes w.-re of a brilliant description. The scenic effect in its depictment was adapted to th. occasion. he building's accommo dation was fully availed of by parents and friends. Great praise is due to Miss Ferber for het patience and self denial, who day after day, with care and tact, won over the goodwill of that great array of performers until their movements were machine-like. The military enthusiasm of the large audience broke loose with the render ing of the 'Mornington Volunteers' (a martial song). The splendid march ing, the halts, the clicking of the triggers, and the triumphant bearing of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
SUPPLEMENT TO The Organ of the Peninsula. PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY MORNINGS. SPLENDID ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Job Printing in Ali Its Branches. Public Holidays: Public Holidays: January 1, New Years' Day. June 3, King's Birthday January 29, Foundation Day (Jan. 26). September 5, Agricultural Show Day. April 5, Good Friday. November 5, Cup Day. April 6, Easter Saturday. December 25, Christmas Day. April 8, Easter Monday. December 26, Boxing Day. April 22, Eight Hours' Day (April 21). December 27 (Friday). JANUARY FEBRUARY - MARCH APRIL Su.. 714 21128 4 11 18 25 31 310 17124 7 14212 8 Mon. 1 8115122 29 5 12 19 26 4 11 18 25 1 8115122129 Tue. 2 91162330 6 13 20 27 5 12190126 2 9116123130 Wed. 3110117 24 31 71 14 21 28 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 Thu. 4 11 18 25 1 8115 22 29 1. 7114 2128 411 18 25 . 5 12 19 26 2 9 1623 1 8115 22129 5 12 19 26 sat 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 20 27 S Full Moon, 4th. New Moon, 19th. Full Moon, 3rd. New Moon, 18th. Full Moen., 3rd. New Moon, 19th. Full Moon,...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
Telephone Directory.: FRANK%10Ob.. 1-Brady, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Bowan, .?larathoon.' 4 -. '" , Majr, Ameefield Park .5-Ha., Mrs 6-Pettit. W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritche and Co. T 8-Grnmwade H W, Myrtoon S-- r James Grice, "Moondah" 10-Iobertson, II, Seleacia 11-Muwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard. J, C Fropnotor 14-4arrood, C 15-Booth, GW 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schnltz, W 1S--Gregcr. A H 19-Macki and Williams, butchers 20-Cozall, A, butcher 21-Masterton. if, "Rubria' ?--M'Donald. U. storekeeper .3-Gamble H, Blacksmith 24.-t ollina, H.., "Gracedale." 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerla'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
SIAK AIftIC I: LJLLU A Letter all Vitally Exhausted Women should :hink over. It tells the Story of a Wonderful Cure by Cleme ts Tonic A Hobart.Citizep Thanks Clements Tonic for-Saving her Life, and writes thus:- 132 Lispoo Stret. Hobart. 21/11110. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.. "Cements Tonc is the m-t wonder ful medicine known. "I have been feo 28 years n busines in Ho art. -ar: agr. I w:s perated ? ~ona or Hydatrds 1 the I'ver. Con oos uI9-heath !?fowed I tred many doctors and medicnes wihch faied. "I suffered Ir:um LOSS OF MEM ORY AND SLEEP. NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. F OOR APPE TITE and INDIGFSTION. I could not wa'k across the room i was to weak" in fact. I thought I -.ou!d never h b.e to a::end my business again. "To-day I am ahve and wco? : ks to that splendid me icine, swh:ch cured me of the ailments spedied in this leter. NERVOUS BREAKDOWN IN PARTICULAR. Dozens of Hobart c.item know these words use true, and the cheris: who :o!d me the ton:c in LiverroI S:&reet. Hobart. H" always reco...
CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. TYABB v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
CRICKET. PENINSUILA ASSOCIATION. :A" GRADE.;: "TYABBv: HASTINGS. These teams met on the ground' of the'former, and although the weather was cold, with two or three showers, a good afternoon's sport resulted. The visiting-captain won the ross and. sent the locals in to bat. J. 1'. Grant and H. Denham opened the innings, but. the latter was soon disposed of for 4. G. Slocombh filled the vacs cy, but only made 7.. A. E. Denham followed, and he and Grant, put on 117 for the third wicket, the latter making .57 with only two chances, and the former retiring with 69 to his credit. H. Unthank, after making a dozen, was struck on the bridge of the nose by a 1 return ball and had to retire. The innings was dec'ared closed with 7 down for 180. Hastings opened with. G. Mentiplay, who was bowled with e the second ball he received, and 'Dob. hbin' Reid, who fell a victim to Floyd in the latter's first over. W. Sheehey received a nasty ktock on the thumb 9 ans?BLa , , .-_-, to he at tt t .?.:.L ' ...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
Sporting Notes. The racing pony, Almond Bush, recently sold by W. Gregory to C. McKenzie, has betn allolte t- 9 0 (top weight) in the novelty pony race at the D·lyston races next week. The Emu Plains Racing club has accepted the tender of Mrs Latchford, of the Westereport Hotel, Hrstin? , for their races at Emu Plains, next Tuesday (Boxin, Day). The old penlmsula hittler, Commo. tion, has hId the disqualification removed offl him by the V R.C. for running at ths unregistered meetings at Mnrnington, Flinders, Dromana and Emin Pains. He has been freely lentred for the Wontltaggi and Dalys. town rices at Xmas time. 'Frank Jolly had very bid luck in theitecent big Queensland Hundred, which attracted Postrlb, Taylor, and other crack runners to Brisbane. Frank won his heat, and in his next run in jured one of the muscles of his. leg. Notwithstanding, he won the semi final, beating Taylor; the Qneensland champion, and then ran third in the final. Frank, owing to his leg, is an unlikely sta...
FRANKSTON SPORTS. NEW YEAR'S DAY. THE HANDICAPS. Sheffield Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
FRANKSTON SPORTS. NEW YEAR'S DAY. THE HANDICAPS. Sheffield Handicap. yds. J. Donaldson, Inglew~ood 2 T. Heany, Collingwood .. - 8 R. Carnie, South Melbourne ... 8S J. Fogarty, Melbourne, 10 A. Lennox, Camberwell 101 L. Vickery, Aspendale 101 J. Pemberton, Collingwood ... 11 W. Horne, Port Melbourne ... 11 J. Dunn, Carlton ... ... 11i (G. Hume, Albert Park ... 114 J. Milburn, Albert Park ... 11i F. W. Peacock, South Melbourne 11 F. Jolly, Brisbane .;. ... 12 J. O'Brien, Pakenham East ... 12 L. Mahon, Essendon ... 12 A. Taylor, North Carlton ... 12 A. McEachran, Flemington ... 12 P. Stainer, Collingwood 12 W. Mathieson, Brunswick ... 121 H. Trigger, Box Hill ... 121 A. Lisle, Richmond ... 121 S. Hall, Brunswick ... 124 J. Penrose, Camberwell ... 121 L. Sheehan, Malvern ... 12 J Durnan, Brunswick ... 12 J Evans, Melbourne ... 121 L. Harvey, Ascot Vale .. I. 1$. C. R. Williams, ... .....13 W. Dunne, Carlton ........ 13 W. Beavis, North Williamstown 13 J. Donovan, Albert Park ... 13 J. Y...
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
Picnics to be Held at *Mornington. Jan. 13, 1912-Sugar Company 16--Operative Bakers I 17-Butcher's Picnic ,, 20-.I. Moore and Sons' Employees ,, 22-Dunlop Rubber Co. ,, 24-Master Dairymen 26--Gray Bros.' Engineers 27-City Brick Works 29-Federated Ironworkers 30-Tron Workers 31-Mornington Sports Club Fe'i, 10-Johns and Waygood Employees 12-Tramway Employes ,, 14-United Grocers Employees , 17-Harbour Trust 20-Police Picnic 21-Bread Carters' Union 22-Market Gardener S24-United Wood Workers 25-Chaff and Grain Mercharts. S26-Victorian Fishmongers. S28-Chaff and Grain Merochants. March 2-Saddlers ,, 4-Painters and Decorators ,, 9-Felton, Grimwade and Co. ,, 16-Wybrow's Employees J. J. Miller and Co. " When you write to.advertisers just mention that you saw their advt. in this paper. We'll be grateful if you will do so. . . .
HASTINGS v. TYABB. B GRADE. SENSATIONAL BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
HASTINGS. . TYABB. B GRADE. a NSriT6 OLC14 The Hastings B team played Tyabb B team at Hastings and put up a record for the local lads, who won by 76 runs, disposing of Tyabb for 7 rune. - The following are the sco es: HASTINGS. R.,Lewis. c, b G. Longsmuir, . 10 A. A,,endla, b ,, ... 13 W. MAentiplay, run out ... 2 D. Hoban, b D. Lanemuir, ... 1 W. Cushwortl, 1. D. Longmruir, 4 T. Kn.x, b Floyd, .... 6 W. Ford, not out, ... 17 J. Carmichael, b Floyd, ... 0 S. Marabella, b Houfe; ... 5 D. Reid. c, b Floyd, """ 20 S. Cushworth, b Hoof, ... 1 Sundries .. ... 4 T,,tal ... 83 Bowling: G. Longmuir, 3 for 19; D. Longmuir. 1 for 24 ; 0. Floyd, 3 for 26; Houfe,2 for 7.. G. Longmuir, b Hoban, ... 2 H. Mlills, b ,, .... 0 T. Longmuir, b Amedola ..; 3 0. Floyd, b Hoban, 0 A. Mills, b Amendola, 0... H_. Noble, b ",, ... 0 D. Lmgmui, b,, .. 0 T. Norris, h Hoban, .. 1 H. Houfe, b Amendola, ... 1 N. Hodf", b Hoban, ... 0 J. King, not out,. ... Total 7 Bowling i A. Amendo'a, 5 'for 4; D Hoban, 5 for ...
Log Chopping Events. STANDING LOG CHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
SLoAg Chopping Events. -STANDING LOG CHOP. R. Fleming ... ... sr A. Brown ... W. Brown ... 10 sees. bhd. J. Meeoochare ... ,, , W *Bedford ... ,, J. Kirby ... ,, ,, D, Shennon ... ,, ,, H. Wills ... ,, ,,. L. Steel ... ,, A, Apted ... " " C Varty ... 20 secs. bhd. A. Black ... D. McDonald ... 2 sees.?hd. W. J. MoLaren 80 seas. bhd A. H?tinan, ... 85 sees. bhd. A. Marks ... ... * H. Callendar ... ... * H.L. Medhurat ... * II. Maskin ... ... * UNDERHAND LOG CHOP. A. Marley ... ... sr. R. Fleming ... ... ,, A. Brown ... ... o H. J. Bryee .. ... G. Allen ... 10 sece. bd. C. MiKerrow ... ,, G. Firth ... ,, ,, J. Meechare ., ,, W. B.dfod. ... , ,, W. IHrown ,, ,, H. Fowler ... J. Kirby ... -,, ,, A. Glennon ... . ,, L. Steele ... ,, , A. Apted ... C. Varty ... 20 sees. bhd. A. Black ... ,, D. MoDonald " ... ,, W. J. McLaren ... 25 secs. bhd. A. Hartman ... 88 secs. bhd. A. Marks ... ... H. Cal!endar ... .. H. L. Medhurst .... H. Mackin ... " J. SHAND, Handicapper.
Cycling Events. 1 MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
Cycling Events. 1 MILE. J. Campbell ... ... sor L. Clifford ... ... 25 W.A.: MoDonald ;.. .80 Geo. Walker ... ... 80 J. V. Shaw ... ... 80 A. C. Barr ... ... 80 W V. Hutton ... ... 90 E. Bainbridge ... ... 90 W. Gamble -90 E. J. Gregory ... .. 90 W. Morris ... ... 100 J. H. Quinton ... ... 100 F. Lessing ... ... 100 W. Davis ... ... 110 A. H. Patterson ... ... 120 H. J. Frederick ... .... 120 II. P. Salter ... ... 120 R. J. Hoskins ... .. 130 0. Anderson ... 180 G. Clark ... . ... 130 W. Thorne ... .. - 180 F. C. Drury . ... 130 H. P. Bacon .. ... ..140 N. H. Merrett ... ... 140 T. H. Wadsley . .. 140 0. A. Trozise ... ... ..150 . 0. Winduss ... ,.. 150 HALF-MILE. J: Campbell ...0. se L. Clifford ... ... 10 .H. MoFerran ... ... 40 W. A MoDonald ... 40 Geo. Walker ... 40 SV. J. Shaw ... ... . 40 A. C. Iarr ... .. 40 W. N. Hutton ... ... 4B E. Bainbridge ... ... 4 W. Gamble ... 45 E. J. Gregory ... .. 45 W. Morris ... . 0 J. H. Quinton .. ... 50 F. Leasing .. ... 50 W. Davis .. ... 6 ...
Mornington Swimming and Life Saving Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
..Mornington Swimming ;and Life Saving Club. A . very enthusiastic meeting of the townspeople of Mornington was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening last, the shire President (Cr Barrett in the chair. The ladies were very prominent and Miss O. Bieri, a member of the Perseverance Ladies Club, London, who has joined, has promised to instruct the ladies. Dr Somers has generously undertaken to instruct members in restoration, etc., and it was resolved to ask Mr F. Beaurepaire to give his service+ in the near future. The membership was fixed at 2s 6d per annum for adults, and is for under 16 years. The fol lowing committee was formed : - Messrs Barrett, Ford, Ferber, Menck and Misses Bucher and 0. Bieri. Miss uobher was appointed secretary, and Mr Ford treasurer.
MORNINGTON COUNCIL PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY. PUBLIC MEETING ARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 December 1911
MORNINGiTON COUNCIL PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY. PUBLIC 3MEETING ARRANGED The following were present at the monthly meeting of the above on Thursday of last week :-Crs Barrett (President), Alston, Griff eth, Male, Flood, Campbell, Lobb, Grover, Stephens, Mr Fowle>r(engi and Mr Crosbie (secretary). The minutes of the previous ordinary and special meetings were confirmed on the motion of Crs Flood and Lobb. Previous to the ordinary meet ing, the annual meeting was held, when the balance sheet was read and adopted, after a little discus sion. CORP.ESPONDENCE. From Alex. Scott and Co., pro testing strongly against any pro posal to remove the market yards at Tanti from the present site. The present was a central - and con venient site ; removal of yards into the town would be further forstock f/owners to travel and would make --Tuspxoa to the yards much more difficult. Their firm for the past 25 years had been trying to foster the market, and it would be a great mistake to remove the yards....