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Mornington Regatta. A BIG ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Mornington Regatta. A BIG ATTENDANCE. The township of Mornington was converted into quite a busy centre on New Year's Day, with motors, cyclists and vehicles of every descrip tions crowded with pa.sengers from the city and outlaying districts, who either went picnickirng on the beach or down to the pier to witness the re gatta, which waf a sight worth seeing. Although it was at perfect day for picnicking, it. was not at all suitable for a regatta, as only a slighlt S.W. breeze was blowing, which was a great disadvantage to the large boats, but under the circumstancs everything was manaed admirably and passed off most successfully, the credit of which is due to Major Charles W. Campbell, the energetic secretary and organiser i also to Mr W. J. Rotb (judge), Mr F. J. Davies (starter) and Mr F. A. Newman (time keeper). Owing to unforeseen circumsrances the programme was delayed two hours. The race for yachts over 22 feet was easily won by Eric without the aid of her handicap of 18 min....
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
TYABB. The "breaking up" celebrations at State School No. 3511 were carried out with great enjoyment, both to scholars and parents. The weather wa, all that could be desired, being one of the few fin, dnays we have had daring th' fletire s .asot. After a felicitous speech by the chairman of the school commit tee (Mr Maclaurin), the visitors 'were treated to some sp'endid -ining by the school children, which incldlel "Christmas Song," "Bird Song," nld the rounds "Church Bells," and "Xmas. Bells." Cash prizes were donated hy Mesdamnes Mills, sear, Borley, F. Mil:s, F. Un lthank and Brmunsdet, and the head teacher, Miss Audley. Stunptuous refreshments were provided by the parents, and a tin of follies was given by Mrs Frayne, of "Quetta." The prizes were distributed as under: Highest marks in December exam. (upper classes)--Frank MeKirdy 1, Lily Slocombe 2 ; Law r classes Hiaro d Thornell 1, Tho'. Hollry; Regular attendance-Jack Unthank, Roy Unthank and Bertie Greinke, 41 years each; T...
L [?] A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give exprE's natie to the contrary are consideoed as rishing to CONsTISr their eubscriptions. 2. If Subscribers order the discontin aince of their periodicals, the published Way rentin??r :o sacd thausntii Arsanea s are paid. 3. If subhcribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are }lESPONSInLE until they have settled their bills, and c-dered the period:catol be discontinued. 4. If subecribers remore to other places it:hout info.minl the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the rubscribers are responsible. 5, Lfsubocribers pay in advance for a per:odical, they are bound to give ,otICE to the publisher, at the end of t:- time, that they do not wssh to con tiuaetaking it. otherwise the publisher is anthori ed to send on, and the subcri ier will be responsible unless an express rct, and payment of arrears.
Rye and Rosebud Schools' Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Rye and Rosebud Schools' - Concerts. The anoual concert of the Rye and Rosebud State schools, took place on Friday, 22nd December, in the Rosebud Hall in the pre sence of a very large audience. Mr Thos. Trueman, chairman. of the Rye school committee, presided, and, after an overture effectively played by Miss Mitchell, the scho lars of both schools, under the direction of their teacher, Mr C. R. Perrin, presented a varied pro gramme of recitations, songs, dia logues and tableaux, many of which were rendered more attrac tive by the children being dressed in character. In addition to the school items, interesting recitations were given by Miss Nellie Arm strong, and an Irish Jig was grace fully performed by Miss May Clark. During the interval, the prizes were distributed by the chairman, and Father Christmas, in the person Hjr G. Ii. M oficated at the Christmas tree. The concert concluded with a children's dialogue, "Jack and the Beanstalk," and after votes of thanks to all concerned ...
Mornington R.C. Garden Fete Art Union. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
tlornington R.C. Garden Fete Art Union. The art union in connection with the G Arden Fete in aid of the R.C. Church debt was drawn on Tuesday night last, 2nd January, in the pre se ce of a large gathering at Morn ington park. The numbers of the winning tickets are as follows: 1st Prize ... No. 2934 - 2nd ,, ... .. 2433 3rd ,, ... ,, 4160 4th ,, ... ,, 6224 5th ,, ... , 2790 6th ,, ... , 447 The fete closes to-night (Saturday), whet all remaining. artioles on the v.irious stalls will be disposed of.
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
B GRADE.--2 day's matches on first named clubs' ground : Fraukston v Ellinda!e E. II. Congs. v Frankston Fraunkston v McKinnon E M. Prasb. v Frankston Rosstown v Frankston E Caulfield v Frankston Irankston v Oakleigh Glenhuntly v Frankaton Frankston v Mentone Caultield v Frankston Frankston v Malvern District
Flinders Races. POSSUM AND BONA EACH WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Flinders Races. POSSUM AND BONA EACH WINS A DOUBLE. The annual races were held on New Year's Day. There was a good atten dance, nearly £12 being taken at the gates. The racing was good, although the fields were 'mall. The new secre tary. W. M. Evans, got through his dueiPs in a satisfactory manner. The results were: Thirteen h nds Pony Race - A. Iamnle's Bona 8.5 (R. lielaney) 1, .I. D vis' Starlight, 8.2 2; only "art-rs. B;tting-6 to 4 on Bona, 2 t. I St:rliht. Won by 4 lengths. Maiden Plate -N. Debney's Wait a While by Wait a Bit, 8.7 IT. Delaney) 1, C. Cairns' Sweet Nell, 87, 2, A. Lambhle's Carouse, 8.7, 3; Gravel also started. Betting-Evens Carouse and Sweet Nell, 6 to 4 Wait a While. Won by a head Pony Race, 14 hands-P. Purves Vera 9 5 (owner) 1, J. White's Fleet nmert, 8.0, 2, A. Lamlle's Bona, 6.7 3; four started. Betting-5 to 4 on Vera. Won by a length. Flindlers Handicap, one mile-C. tbriffeth's Possum 9.9 (W, Monk) 1, N. Debney's Wait a Whi e 8.8 2, Mrs Wright's Dunbar 9....
FRANKSTON SHOW. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. ENTRIES CLOSE ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
FRANKSTON SHOW. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. ENTRIES CLOSE ON WED NESDAY NEXT. On Poxing Night the Frankston Show committee met, all members L beiin present, with Mr Jas. Grice (presi-ent) in the chair. Tenders for the luncheon and the band were con sidered. the former important depart ment being placel in the hands of Mr Pears,m, the well-known caterer, while the Frankston Band's offer to supply the music was accepted. A' the close of the meetint, Captain Sherlock, J.l'; in fitting words cougra' elated the asso ciation's secretfry tMr A. E. Bites) on his recent appointment as-a justice of the peace The congratulatory ref rences were supported by the predi.lent (1IrJas. Griece), and endorsed . by the members present, Mr Bates suitably ack. rwle Iging the compliment Tfe public is reminded that entries for tae show. to be held in the Park on Jah~ary 17th, close on Wednesday next. 10th inst. Prizesehedules may aine on appieation-to the t s -v. and al-o at this office.
Emu Plains Races. HOBAN'S PRETTY PEG WINS THREE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Emu Plains Races. HOBAN'S PRETTY PEG WINS THREE RACES. The annual races in connection with the Emu Plains racing club were held o9 Boxing Day. The threatening weather affected the attendance, but a successful day's racing resulted. In the Emu Plains Handicap, a protest was entered against the winner, Rainbow, on the grounds that she was identical with Miss Ruby from Tooradin. The protest was upheld, and the race awarded to Dunbar, and E. Townson, V. Smart and the mare, Miss Ruby were disqualified for suspicious practices. The club received dona tions from Mr J Latchford, £1 is; Captain Balmain, £t ; Messrs Downward, M.L.A., D. Mairs and W. Mairs, tos 6d each ; Messrs T. C. Cole Berryman. Clark and Cr J Davies Ios each. The results are as follows: Maiden Plate, five furlongs-Mrs Wright's Dunbar, 9.7 (Unthank) t, A. Johnson's Esther, 9.7 (Stone) 2, A. Lamble's Carouse. 9 7 (Vann) 3, Detting--Even money Dunbar. Six starters. Won by a length. Maiden Novelty Pony Race, 14.1. Four and a h...
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Picnics to be Held at Mornr ngton. .Jr "'. 1912--Sn : Company ; -Operatic Rakers :-Bnutch.r' :'ionic S--J. l oor dc ,ns' Employees .2 Dunlop ': tber Co. --3lMa-ter t -men - - Gray r Enzineers 7--City Pri, : 'orks "1-- edera 'rrn.vorkers SIron w, . rs Mo rrnin_-.. imports Club " -Johns -' VayLood Employees -Tramw m•rloyes 1 United I- -rs Employees --Ilarbou ' nat •Pohce t c 1 BreadC.. r" Union 2-Marke't dener I -Urtred ? , Workers -r'hf a -;in .ltercharts. : ._;crri' - hmongers. a -Chaff a ain MeIrchants. 2-_addl, - I -Paintrr- . Decorators Felton. '- ,wade and Co. S-Wvhro' i ",nployees SJ. 31illev , Co.
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Make Your District Known Concerning some parts of the district news comesbutseldom. 'hibis nro the fault of the Editor, for he has no miracu! ous power of knowing wht is happening in all the plaeot in the ar'aof circulston. It is the tbult of tesiuouts in the silent place=. Will stmo masn or woman take the mat. ter in h?nod and ause the Filence to cease. If no one Also is doiag it for your dis Irict, will YOU try n1 Ith LINES ? Send sccounts cf public .nd social events in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, con cert., matters touching tie industlies, etc, Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith: Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, butletoriticism alone
New Year's Day at Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
New Year's Day at Frankston. Tranquil the sea beneath the moon, Its ripples softly reach the shore It seems to feel the flight-of time, No earthly power can'-'evr restore. The clock strikes twelveothe old year's gone, How mournful seems that fading chime ! What happenings holds this new-born year For us, within its space of time. From far and near come sounds of joy, The pop of corks, the flow of wine, And youthful voices, seaward born, Ring out the strains of 'Auld Lang Syne.' A glorious sun-perfect, divine For this, the New Year's first born day, The happy throngs parade the streets Rejoicing, happy, carole's, gay. Oh, Frankston ! Well you know the power, Exe"'ed on both young l, Your glorious beach, delig - The cl of happiness u U And not o?osadoee ustitn tse emu-the city's dust and smoke, Fat .to ?:pfrom the troubled week; e presented New Year's Day, •\ ,pttiforganised and carried through, 'Would vie with those of larger towns, In many ways would beat them too. Gay was the thron...
CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
CRICK E T. .PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. B GRADE. The above match took place at Mornington on Saturday, December 23rd, and resulted in an easy vic tory for the home team. Messrs E. H. Nye 34, F. Parsons 19, and J. Hutchins 10 were the principal batsmen for the winners ; whilst for the losers Amendola was the only one to reach double figures with 23. Scores : MORNIxGTON. W. Cavill, b D. Hoban ... 5 F. Parsons, b D.HobAn ... 19 J. D. Grover,c, b Mentiplay 3 N. Freeman, b D. Hoban ... 3 C. Hi. Box, b D. Hoban ... 7 H. Golds, run out ... - 5 E. H. Nye, b M. Mentiplay ... 34 R. Ford. b Amendola ... 3 J. Hutchins, b Amendola .. 10 W. Golds, b Amendola/ 9 T. Hutchins, not out ... 1 Sundries ... . Totnal ... (0 Bowling-Amendola, 3 for 30; D. Hoban, 4 for 28 ; Mentiplay, 2 for 31. HASTIrOS. D. Reid, run out ..- 0 R. Lewis, c, b F. Parsons ... 1 Amendola, b Parsons ... 23 Carmichael, b Ford ... 1 Mentiplay, b Ford ... . 0 Cushworth, c, b F.Parsons ... 0 D. Hoban, c, b F. Par...
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
lu\\ T': 1 JUtl: TOUR 'TOWN. Run it d, wn to visitors Go to othat plares for your supplies Look sorry whealn a stranger talks to you of btyIIg "p'o.perty in it. i efllse. u Fee merit in any scheme unlose youtt aieL i'?i iog" in it. Don't inveat. Showv our distrust by metusing to lay out any money in it. Let yeu- tingue wag idly about your neighiour wi houtknowing thbo facts
RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
SRECORDED AT TYABBI qtr A S Krcrouwe, "Bul:arto," Tyabb, re ports for month of December: 5th ... ...! ... 72 points t1Ot, ... ... ... - 127th ...... ... 152 . 13th ... ... ... 5 ,, l?:]l ...- ... ... , 13th .... .. ... 18 S......... 22,, ,.Otbi ... ... ... 19 ,,1 ,~ .......... ·14 ,, ?!~~I ...... o ,, ' itt:n ... ... 3 9 points. 'iT' I.?1 i',?nbl;ui l for y'ear 1911,o8 96 l:ints, 1910, 29.93 , iu.n'tc borrow your local paper. If von )vant it, oend your name and have ti po:i0d to you for 2/6 per quarter.
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). Dec. 9-Tyabb v. Flinders Hastings v. Somerville. ,, 16-Tyabb v. Hastings. F, k Flinders v. tomerville. 3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastings v. Flinders. ,, yabb v. Somerville. ,, 20-Flinders v. Tyabb, ,, . Somerville v. Hastings. ,, 27-Hastings v. Tyabb. Somerville v. Flinders. 4th ROUND. Feb. 17-Flinders v. Hastings. ,, Somerville v. Tyabb. S24-'-lyabb v. Flinders. , , Hastings v. Somerville. Mar. 2-- yabb v. Hastings. ,Flinders v. Somerville.
TYABB v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
TYABB v. SOMERVILLE. Tlis game eventuated at Somer ville, when the visitors were badly beaten by the home team, C. Floyd, with 9, being.the highest scorer for the losers. C. Eicke 24, K. Webb 23, J. Grant 17, and M. Clarke 11 played sound cricket for the conquerors. Scores : SOMERVILLE. A. Martin c Denham. b C. Floyd 7 L. Gregory, b D Longmuir ... 0 W. Hutchinson. c and h D. Longmuir 2 F. Gregory, b C. Floyd 0 M. Clarke. b D. Lonamuir ... 11 C. Eicke. h W. Denham ... 24 K. Webb, b W. Denham ... 23 P. Thornell, c, b C. Floyd 8... H. Barber, run out .. 4 H. Hanton, not out . ... 9 J. Grant, i W. Denham ... 17 Sundries ... ... 11 Total ... ... 116 30owrling-3 for 42 ; W. Denham, 3 for S.1; C. Floyd, 3 for 20 ; G. Longmuir, 0 fo 9 ; R. Lester, 0 for 11 : A Alden, 0 C. 1po, ob Thornell , 9 W.Tenham, b Hutchinson ... 5 A. Aldan. c and b L. Gregory 0 R. Lister, b L. Gregory ... 1 A. Mills, run out 2 T. Longmuir, c Martin,b Eicke 3 D. Longmuir, b Thornell, ,..., 0 H. Mills, not out ... 2. T...
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912
1 GRADE. This is a competition under auspices of Association tor teQphy to be won right out this season. Deo. 9 Mornington v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Hastings , 16-Hastings v. Tyabb -. Somerville v. Mornington S23-Somerville v, Tyabb , ,, lorninglon v. Hastings Jan. 13-Muornington v. Hastings ,, Somerville v. Tyabb ,, 2o-Tyabb v. Mornington 24-Mornington v. Tyabb ; ,, Somerville v. Hastings Mar. 2-Hastings v. Tyabb ,, -Somerville v. Morninglon