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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

LANCWARRIN 5The breaking up day at the Mtate school on Thursday, De cember 21st was made -a most enjoyable affair. The Christmas tree which was provided was loaded down with toys, and bric-a brac, and was the centre of attrac tion to the scholars during the morning. After the luncheon hour a good muster of visitors had arrived, and Mr. W. Oates in al few well chosen words opened the proceedings and the business of the day began in earnest. Each scholar drew a ticket with a number corresponding to some article on the tree, and obtained his present. Mr. Holdsworth, of Mornington Junction, and Mr. J. Lloyd each sent in a number of tops, so all scholars and visitors alike, had several articles each as a souvenir of the the occasion. After a most enjoyable time was spent, afternoon tea was served, and leave taking commenced. This being the last attendance of the head teacher (Miss Ellis) at the school, a hearty send off " was given her by the scholars. On the re-opening of the school Mr ...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

LOCAL AND GENERAL Miss Betty Plowman has passed the Junior Public examination of the Mel bourne University with distinction in English. Mr D. Edelsten, optican, visits Mornington on Monday next, "8th inust, and may be consulted profess ionally at Tait's pharmacy. Mr Chas Bright, deputy postmaster General, spent portion of the ('hrist mas holidays at "Mlooudab," Frank ston, the residence of Mr and Mrs Jas Grice. Mr and Mrs John Parer and family, of Frankston, intend leaving in a few weeks for an extended trip to Spain. Mr Parer's fine residence has been leased for a long term by Mr Steward, of Ballarat. A further grant of £100 has been voted by the Government to the Frankston and Hastings shire towards the improvement of Oliver's Hill. The. amount now available is £575, and the shire will now be able to tackle the work on the £ for £ basis. The manager of the Frankston gas (Mr Beall) showed considera d for, sight in eaving the main the stati~e to the town till afte rthe last train ho...

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Rosebud. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

Rosebud.. I TO TIHE EDITOR. Sir,-Re paragraph in your paper of December 16th, signed "Advance Rosebud," I may state that I was very surprised to see such a letter appear before a public who know Gr the reason, far better than I can explain, why the late committee was "swamped out,' as the writer terms it. The whole crux of the situation is that the Boneo Tennis Club's ball was a failure, and I know that there were none more sorry than the committee of the Rosebud Mechanics' Institute that such was the case. The writer tries to paint a very lurid picture of the doings or misdoings of the commit- - tee, but he may as well save him self the bother, for the general public who take an interest in the building are quite satisfied that C things are in such a state of order as was never their lot to be before. One has only to step inside the building to see the perfect state of order in which it is kept to be con vinced that the committee are doing their duty to the public, and doing it wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER "'cyde.aa:.'" MORNINCTON, ?zecute: ,11 t-, - V ATCH, Li,' ,CK JEZWLI'.E V: and " iC'AL LEPAl ". S keys fi .- .)ode. cn be loft with Annar !,., \I ,n ng. to ; r r d'ls , Drom-,:. ; lesrs Nunn e aa, Somnerrilol; or Ca tier?. t , Cairns antd W rihm, 'h FSe's a " d- at, " ,aily F-t m e. s re, for r aire, f desued, oefo e 4r~nedine wit' tLem. rdst of e.rvy description r a=?cri sh th-- trade, i:c naing the :, aup.t -d to m ets of wat:hes sub mi'tted fjr aeproval. Customers visited by appointment J. :11LLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs S31et all Trains. o--? - ? a .Luen"rse received a.d c ptly delivered. - SVoehiclea for hire. rioes retsouShle Tele:rams promptly attended to. I SGOXAII, Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Famtiies W? to i . n :,r O ,) r... Prime MI.1 Or K ................. Smai' Goo s ,f Esvury D sriiton Fresh Dair Hides and Skin. B'oght............... ý,LCiAMB[ ILIN, . .FRANKSTON Latest Drugs& Chemicals Etocke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

D EDELSTEN. Optician, will be i: attendance at Tait', Pharmacy M9-P.NINGTON. on the FIRST .tO. D 1Y in each month; and FlRANK STON. the LAST TUESDAY in each ro th. He also "-tted Patients at their homes if required. Old and im r ecnions persons can have their eyes teted and glasses provided without ch-.are. Auction Sa'ss Tantj Mla ket. MONDIY, 8th JANUARY." ALEX. SC7TT& (0. rI?J.l Hoid their usa:l monthly 1 I nsarket in the Corporation Yards, Ssý he a!, ,e date. at 1- o'clock sharp, w':t-e thry will offer: 50 Fat Sheep 8 Milkers I: S,srrgers 5o Mixed Cattle Further Entries Invited. ALEX S'-OTr and CO., Auctioneers, tDandrnong and Korumburra; CHAS. CRAVES' Agent, Mornington. TYABB RECREATIOrN GROUND SPORTS MEETING, (Unregistered). January 29th, 1912. A.N.A. DAY. First Race to bStart at HIalll? e 0-Clock Slharp. BOIYS sHEFFI ELD,130yards. For boys 18 years and under. Eirst £l, second 7s 6d. third os - i Nom. Is, ace. d1. BICYCLE HANDICAP, about 4 mile. For boys hetween the age...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

C. P. STAN WAY LtADING I.D'"S A:'i 3ENI'LEMFS\S -TAILOR,- 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, : IYLF, i ;:'F .N' QU.IITY OF GOODS A FE&TURE Dr p m- a PoF: Cr,! .;:d I citl cali on you immediately Tel. 1769 i it} ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jae, Noble) - Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. STANDARD-Th- B·.t QUALIfYC-The Fi..she-t PRICE-The Lw, er BOOTS AND SHOES Of Al Ktr da and Pricrs . _Th? T',O, DRAPERY & MILLINERY Ui' TO-DATE and SrYLISII. .g , ,ur Feanueletter, Flannels. Bla'keta Ca'icoee Shbeti:gs, Drees Stuff, Si ks, Lce=, Ribbons, etc. i Vs nec in Tnoor Ow' 'C' f VC~P -Z - SATI"FACTIN PLEDGED BY US. - GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE, Ironmongery and Crockery, a Good Stock always on Hand. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TOWN OR COUNTRY. Highest Prices Given for all kinds Farm and Dairy Produce DO DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do you suffer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekhone ? Are y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

E. Rudduck, JETTY STORE, DROMANA. Sow has a Full Stock of 0. WOOD ~1. OUSE'S Well-known Special Remedies, which have been used with such wonderful success for over 40 years. Orders sent to Dromana or direct to St. Kilda forwarded, by return post. PRESCIRIPTIONS A SPECIALITY G- WOODHOUSE. CHEMIST 48 FITZROY STREET, ST. KILDA ALSO BRANCH 7 ARMSTRONG STREET, MIDDLE PARK. ,Tel. 80, Windsor "Myford" Farm, FRANKSTON. Pure Milk and Cream, Prime Butter, Newly-Laid Egga, Poultry, de iered A TRIAL SOLICITED. -ure.Brad Leghorns, Black Orpington Eggs and Fowls for Sale. CAPT. HENTSCHEL, Start. -THE New Year Right. Trade With Us and Save Money. CROFT BROS., SOMERVILLE. Special Consignment of Toys and Xmas Presents, Mechanical Toys, Etc. Bought the very latest up-to-date Samples. DROMANA STORE. I. I. OllifTll, PROPRIETOR General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants. MILLINERY A SPECIALITY Sfull Assortment of Ladies Blouses, Costumes and Summer Millinery, Lino leums, Carpets, Swimming Costumes. Help...

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Ragged Boys' Home HOLIDAY CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

!Ragged Boys' Home HOLIDAY CONCERTS. In furtherance of a special effort being made to raise £50 locally towards required buildingextension for the above Home, an open-air bio-cope concert was given in the Frankston park on Boxing night. The night was a very stormy one, never.heless about 600 people at tended, and were provided with a first-.class entertainment; 2000 feet of Sculthorpe':s up-to-date pictures being siown. A first rate musical me was provided, the per being Mr Bones, lMr Joe MIr Archie Ashmore, and G. Jennings (who received Sflatterin ovation). Mr u? of the Hawthorn Wattles, a li:t.-rate accompanist. , th· evet,in, Mr Minton, rinter.ident of the Ragged Hoilne), referred in eulogistic s to the splendid results ob. , lv, tie local organisers, who ste from local concerts had i-:l him clo-e on £40. to be deoted to a new building at the Frarkston Home. He sincerely thank,-d them for their kindness in devoting their spare time to this charitable work. Mr Brown (secret ary of...

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FRANKSTON SPORTS. INCREASING POPULARITY. OVER £100 TAKEN AT GATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

FRANKSTON " SPOR I'S. INCREASING POPULARITY. OVER £100 TAKEN AT GATES. Favored with delightful weather, the Frankstoo sports on New Yeua's Day were an unqualified success from etery point of view. Records in every way were establishedl-the entries were larger all round, particularly. f? the £25 Sheffield, the competition was bettui, and the g.te receipts rose frol £85 to £102. The big gathellring witnessed smne fioo racing, several of the State's best athletes competing. The Shellield produced some c'ose con tests, spr, al over eleven heats two semi-fina's and the final, which was won by W. Dunne, on 13 yards, after a really good race. The winner, who hIs the misfortune to have only one arm, received a great oation, his win being vary popular. D. McDonald, of Evelyn, won both the wood chopping contests, being a warm favorite for each. Another double was captured by V. J. Shaw, who carried off both bicycle races after a good exhibition of prce and judgment. Great in, rost was centred...

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Bazaar at Frankston. IN AID OF METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

Bazaar at Frankston. IN AID OF METHODIST CHURCH. The bazaar in aid of the Methodist Church, Frankston, held it the Me chanics' Hall on Friday and Sritur day, 29th and 30th December, proved very successful. The attendances each afternoon and evening were very good, andl brisk business was done by the various stalls. It is expected that th proceeds will amount to over £30, which is highly satisfactory and pleas ing to the enegetic promiters and assistants. The stall holders were as follows :- Sweets-Misses Hill, Merriman and GC Twining Flowers - Misses Bailey (2) and Carr. Fruit and Soft Drinks, etc.-Messrs E lis and Gunther and iliss Hatfield. Fish Pond-Masters C. Twining, E. Hill and L. Prosser. Fancy Work--Mesdames Merriman, Renouf and Miss Crosskell. Whitework - Mesdames Twining and Rogers. R·freshments - Mesdames Lowe, Parker, T. Lawrey, Beale, and Misses Twining and Sherlock. Keen competition resulted for the prizes offered for the best decorats:l dinner table. The first prize w...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 January 1912

SORRENTO. Before Messrs Hill and Macfar lane, J's.P., at the Sorrento Police Court on the 18th inst, John Callivan and John Berry were charged with being found drunk and disorderly in a public place, to wit, the Esplanade, Sorrento, on the 16th inst. Evidence as to their arrest was given by Constable R. Brennan. They were each fined 10s, in default 48 hours imprisonment. Dominic Rohen and John Little were charged by Constable Raw lings with behaving in a riotous manner, on Back Beach road on the 16th inst. They pleaded guilty, and were each fined 40s in default 14 days' imprisonment. John Berry was charged with unlawful assault on John Little on the 16th inst. Constable Bren nan gave evidence as to the nature of Little's injuries, which con sisted of a cut head, necessitating two stitches. The bench held the charge proved, and fined Berry £2, in default 14 days imprisonment. Before Messrs. Macfarlane and   Phillips J's.P., on December 25th 1911, George Hill was charged ...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

MORNINGTON. 1-Harrison, L 2-Korner, I4 A,auctzooeer 3-O'Gorman. Mirs 4--Tait, D. J. B.

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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

Telephone Directory. . FRANKSTON. 1-Brndy, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Bowan, 'M1arathon.' 4 -Campbell, Maj-r, Amesfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, . G., 'Standard' Office' 7-Bitchie and Co, T 8-Grlmwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Mr James Grice, "Moondah" lR-Bobortson, 11 Selencia 13-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor ' 14-? arrool,, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, lMr1 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. AHl 19-- lackiae nd William, butchers 20-Cozall, A, butcher 21--Masterton. H, 'Rubria' 22-M'Don ld, D. storekeeper 23-Gamble H, Blacksmith 24-Collins, H.MI., "Gracedale," 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jrula'

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CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

CAULFIELD-NMOORABBNl COMPE TITION. A GRADE.-2 days' matches, on grounds of first-named club:- Ellindale v Frankston Frankston v Glenhuntly Malvorn District v Frankston Frankstou V 3Mentone Frankston v Oakleigh St. George's v Frankston a E. Caulfield v Frankston Frankston v Ellindale Glenhuntly vFrankston Frankston v Malvern District Mentone v.Frankston - B GRADE.-2 day's matches on first named clubs' ground : Frankaton v Ellindale E. i. Congs. v Frankston Frankston v MoKinnon c E. M. Prosb. v Frankston Rosstown v Frankston E. Caulfield v Frankston Frankston v Oaklcigh Glenhuntly v Frankston Frankston v Mentone Caulfield v Frankston Frankston v Malvern District II

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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

B GRADE. This is a competition under auspices of Association tor trophy to be won right out this season, Dec. 9 Mornington v. Tyabb Somerville v. Hastings , 6-Hastings v. Tyabb ,, , Somerville v. Mornington , 23-Somerville v, Tyabb ,, Mornington v. Hastings " ,, ,, Somerville v. Tyabb . , zo-Tyabb v. Mornington ,, 24-Mornington v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Hastings Mar. 2-Hastings v. Tyabb e ,, ,,-Somerville v. Mornington

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Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches of first-named Ground). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). Dee. 9-Tyabb v. Flinders ,, ;, Hastings v. Somerville. ,, 16-Tyabb v. Hastings. I, ,, Flinders v. Somerville.' 3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastings v. Flinders. , ,, Tyabb 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. ,, 24-Tyabb v. Flinders. ,I ,, Hastings v. Somerville. ,Mar. 2-1 'yabb v. Hastings. ,,,, Flinders v. Somerville.

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Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

Landenong Market. Alex. Scott and and Co. report another big yarding of milkers and springers forward, and prices right through just about equalled late rates, some of the principal lots as follows :-Milkers -1 at £7 2s 6d, 6 to £6 12s 6d, 1 at £5, 2 at £5, 4 to £7 2s 6d, I at £6 10s, 1 at £8, 2 to £6 17s 6d, 1 at £6, 2 to £7 7s 6d. Springer- 4 to £6 2s 6d, I at £5 15s, 1 at £5, 2 to £5 2s 6d, 1 at £5 10s, 2 to £5 10s, 2 to £8, 6 heifers to £4 17s 6d, 1 at £9 17s 6d. Store cattle- About the usual yarding, and no alteration in prices. Pigs-About the usual number penned, and prices a shade easier than last week. Bacon, heavy prime to 42s, medium to 36s, light to 33s; pork, heavy 25s to 27s; medium 22s to 24s; light 18s to 21s; stores to 16s, slips to 12s, suckers to 9s, inferior 4s to 6s. Calves-Heavy prime to 37s, medium to 30s, light 18s to 25s, small from 5s..

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No Mincing Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

No Mincing Matters. A Gippsland contemporary in its last issue, publishes the following :- "Our accounts for the past quarter. have been issued, and we would ap preciate a settlement, more particu lanly the amouns (and there are many) that have accumulated ever since we took the business over two years ago. We wonder if some of our clients would like to work for two years with-, out getting a penny ! That is exactly what they have done to us; and, besides, we have to pay the postage I We trust that cutomers will sends along their dues, as money is required to run a newspaper, although some people seem to think that it is not." Surely the above should shame our contemporary's long-winded clients into paying the printer. Unfortunately the class of clients complained of is not restricted to Gippsland ; we wish such were the case. A plecefor everything and everything in its place.-Window shutters and house walls were nover intended to be used as advertising mediums for the calhlng of te...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

Original Poetry. How I love dear old Frankston When the vernal breezes blow, And the billows break in beauty On the shelving beach below. For the scene is full of fancy, And the maiden face is fair, And the promise of the future Is a voice upon the air. And Frankston, with the splendour Of the sunlight on the sea, When the waves are dancing brightly And the Ti-tree blowing free, Is a scene of brilliant beauty, And our dreams are dreams of love, WVith the titree sward right by us And the silent blue above. And Frankston, when the fulness Of the summer is around, And the noise seems to deepen In the Bay's solemn soundl, Is a reflex of the fulness Of contentment in her eyes, And the murmur of the Bay As the music of her sighs. .S..

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Hymeneal. SYMONDS—WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912

Hymeneal. SYMONDS-WRIGHT. The Akaroa mail (N.Z.) reports that on November 29th the An glican. Church was the scene of a., very pretty wedding, the con tracting parties being Mr George Symonds, of Flinders, Victoria, and Miss Lilian Wright, daughter of Mr, and Mrs R. Wright, of Little River (late of Balnarring). The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. H. Wright in the presence of a large gathering of friends. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a lovely gown of ivory taffeta made in Empire style with tunic, the tunic being trimmed with a handsome silk fringe, " and the skirt, which was slightly trained and corsaged, was trimmed with an appliqued design in rosebuds and forget-me nots, richly worked in silk, satin stitch, the yolk of the corsage being finished with a rich garniture in pearls. The only o jewels worn by the bride were a bangle and brooch, set with sapphires, dia monds and torquoises. A very lovely bouquet put the finishing touch to this most tasteful, del...

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