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HASTINGS. HALL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
-HASTINGS. HALL CONCERT. The hall committee held a most successful concert and dance on Boxing Night, when a first-class programme was given. Mr Lal Logie, Mr R. McLeish, Mr Bartlett (Melbourne), and Miss Boulter, Miss Neath and Mr Harrison, all gave splendid items. Miss Mole, Queensland, acted as accompanist in a manner which could not be excelled. The dance was rather overcrowded for comfort; but, as all present seemed determined to enjoy themselves, a real good night was the result. The receipts, which amounted to £25, are, about a record for a concert and dance here. The committee desire to thank all who assisted on that oc casion. The appearance of the hall was greatly improved with the new light, which has just been in stalled,iand also by the new drop curtain to the stage. INCREASING POPULARITY WIrH VISITORS. The number of visitors for the -hokdays wasvery much larger tlis year than any previous, the accom modation being taxed to the utmost. There is, without doubt, a good op...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
C. P. STAN WAY, LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMIEN'S ----TAILOR, 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALIlY OF GOODS A FE?TURE Drop me a Post Card and I will cali on you immediately TeL 1769 City ANNEAR BROS. (Late J.', Noble) -----Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY STANDARU-The Bret QUALITY-Th, Frhbct U'-TO-DATE and STYLISH. PRICE-The Lowestt Sep our Flanneletter, Flannels, ? ST iiaXoDARn u -oh' BBar.ke5 Calicoes, Sheeting', Dress BOOTS- 1J'6A GiES"- Stuffs, Si ks, .aceTibbon-, etc. Of All Kinds and Prices STYLE-The Latest City Values in Your Own Town. - SATISFACTION 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 aid kinds Farm and Dairy Produce 0O DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do you suffer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekbon...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Sporting Notes. Mentone races last Saturday were well attended, and an interesting after noon's sport eventuated, a couple of the finishes being exceedingly close ; many contend that the judge's decision in placing Mettle first in the Jumpers' Flat was wrong, but a lot had their eyes on Optima with his long . lead, and lost sight of Mettle's fine finish ing run. Brownie won the Hurdles, beating the boomed Bettlewyud ra'her easily. Francis started second favor ite, and nicely handled by E. Andrews, annexed the Handicap of a Mile, Op timism being second. Shackleton scor.d in the First Division Handicap, at the finish. The top-weight, Recaller. backed heavily from 10 to 1 down to 3 to 1, carried off the second Division Handicap; while in the Third Division backers were astray in mak ing Dunoon favori e, his stable mate Myndian, wearing blinkers, winning handily from Moussellaino. Myndian has since been sold .for 105 guineas. W. J. Hall, who rode Shackleton, very nearly brought off a do...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give oexpres notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to C'oNTINUE their subscriptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontine nance of their periodicals, the published may continue to send them until AnRRanR aro paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are llESPONSlaBL until they have sottleod their bills, and ordered the periodicalsz o be discontinued. 4. If subseribors remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction. the subscribers are responsible. 5, If suhbscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NOTICE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuo taking it, otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri. her will hbe responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.
CRICKET. MORNINGTON v ROVERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
CRICKET. MORNINGTON v ROVERS' CLUB.. Theanove teams tried conclusions at Mornington on Saturday last, when . the former team won easily. Scores * onINsroON. W. Cavil], c b Coates 5 J. Jenkins, retired ... - 70. C. II. Box, c, b Aitchison.... -19. N. Freeman, c, b Kd, . ... ..17 H. Gould, b Harrap 3,. J. D Grover, not out .. 35: E. H. Nye, l.b.w. Kyd, ..; 9 J. Hutchins, b Niven 5... B. Parsons, not out 277 Sundries - 20 Total . ... ... 210 Bowling--Kyd 2 for 18; Coates, 1 for 20; Aitchson, 1 for 80:.: ROVERS. L. Aitchison, ~ , b Cavill- -..- 5 Niven, b Jenkins, ... 5. Coates, c, b Nye ... " 19 Redfern, b Cavill ,- . 0:. Harrap, run out' 7 McLeishon. b Jenkins 0 Morrison, a Box 13 McDonald, c, b Box'... 7 Keable, c, b Cavill :8 , undries , l-5., Total .- . . 74 Bowling--Jenkins, for 15'; Ca?ill, 8 for.283; Box, 8 for 17; Nya, 1 for 7.
The Horse's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
The Horse's Prayer.. The following prayer, printed on a card, has been posted up by order in the municipal stables of NeW York and and Boston: "To thee, my master, I offer my prayer. Feed me, water and care foirme, and when the day's work is donii provide me with a shelter, a :clean dry bed, and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfort. -Be always gentle with me and talk to me. Your voice often means as much to me as the reins. Pet me sometimes, that I may serve you the more gladly and learn to love you Do not jerk the reins, and do not whip me when going uphill. Never strike, beat or kick me when I do not understand what you mean, but give me a chance to understand you. Watch me, and if I fail to do your bidding see if something is not wrong with my her ness or feet. Don't draw the straps too'tight, give me freedom to move my head. If you insist on me wearing blinkers to keep me from looking round, at least see to it that they do not press against my eyes. Don't make my lo...
Complicated Debt Case. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Complicated Debt Case. - _ ---. ... - Mr S. Sherlock, J.['., was faced .with. the elucidationn 4 a-complicated debt" case. at the 7hrankston :police t court on Monday. Thos. Bailey, nur seryman of Frankston, sued Edith Butterfield, a young woman in busi ness as a florist in South Yarra, for £12 8S for goods sold and delivered. , Miss-Butterfield wished to be repre rented by a gentleman friend, who was present, but Mr Sherlock, J.P., ruled that it would be much out of order to be defended by anyone but a qualified solicitor. However, taking the lady's inexperience of court procedure into consideration, he allowed the gentle. man to prompt defendant. The debt, excepting about £4, was admitted, and it was in the search for the £4 odd that the trouble was ex. perienced. - - - After the plaintiff had deposed to the account having been owing for a long time, and various promises to pay havin" boen received, the accounts were examnined by the magistrate, and the tangled skein anent the £4 ...
Westernpo[?]t Progress Association. IMPORTANT BUSINESS TRANSACTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Vcesternpa t Progress Association. IM.PORTANT BUSINESS TRANS ACTED. A m eting of the Executive Com rrittee was held at 'he Hall, Hastings on Thursday, Januaay 4th; present Capt.in Woodhouse :vice-president) in the chair, Messrs Stockton, Peddle, Latchford, Grieve, Mair* and Davis, Dr Piowman and Mr A T. Denham, heon. secs. Apologies for inability to attend were received from the President (Mr J. L Parkes) and Crs Alden, Buckley and Perrott A letter was received from Mr W. orts to secure improve& tirein service to Sony Point --t was age eed to give hearty co operation a.d support. A letter was received from Mr W. E. Cracknell, E.t'., with advice and information o ncerning further action by the Associatin in their endeavour to establi.bh ort Western as a com mercia porn. Ir Piowman reported that he had seen the Hen. A. .Downward M.LA Mr Downward informed him that there was no possible chance of any butiness excepting what was in the Government programme being trans acted durin...
Drowning Fatality AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Drowning Fatality AT SOMERVILLE. A very sad drowning fatality occured at Somerville on Saturday afternoon last. • A little boy, aged 81 years; the son of Mr and Mrs Peierson, was chasing away a stray dog. The little fellow broke off a twig growing beside a disused slay hole, near the brick kiln, and when the branch. broke off the boy fell into the water. Both the mother and grandmother" witnessed the accident, but were unable to render assistance, being unable to swim. The banks of the hole are somewhat steep. Mr Leslie Weostaway eventually recovered thh body after half an hours immersion. Dr Griffith, who was present, pronounced life extinet. The mother was prostrated. with grief. The father was away cricketing at Tyabb at the time. -The greatest sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents.
The Year's Rainfall AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
The Year's Rainfall AT SOMERVILLE." S " Number of days on -: Point . which Rain Fell January 40 ... 5 February 274 9 MArch . '556 - .. 13 April 111 . 8 May 465 .. " 14 June 379 ... 16 July -224 . 8 - August 144 8 Sept 345 .. 11 October 116' 11 November 42 DIecr. 459 15 - PREVIOUS YEARS.:' : 1901 . ,.. 33.31 1902 . : .. 26.93 1903 35.24 1904 : . ... 82.51 1906 . .. 32.49 1907 : . .. 26.98 1908 ... ... 20.83 1909 .. . .93.42 - 1910 ...... 31.85
INTERESTING MATCH AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
INTERESTING MATCH AT SOMERVILLE. On Saturday last the 'old fellowe' of Somerville played the junior cricketers a match in Coronation park The 'young uns' magnanimously put their seniors in, and were some what surprised at the stand they made. Ern. Barrett proved an obstinate bat.man and ran up a big score before he was disposed of. Geo. Gomm captained the 'old boys,' with Bob Kelly as an able lieutenant. Tom Thornell, crippled with rheumatism, batted, while'':reddie' ran for him. Jim Monk is still good all round," and batted and bowled well, but dropped a catch from Will Hutchinson, who batted well, but had nine lives. H. H. Ilawken was conspicuous in the long field. His catching was beyond criticism, Jim Caldwell also bowled well. Charlie Murray surprised his admirers by batting, fielding and bowling finely. Geo. Keast, scouting n the out field, ran with all the elasticity of youth. Afternoon tea was provided by the wives of the old cricketers, and was most acceptable. The game res...
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
* make Your District Known - Concerning some parts of the district news comes but-seldom. 'ITis is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the plaros in the arsaof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will somo man or woman take the mat- ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one elsc is doing it for your dis tr;ct, will YOU tby on the LINES ? Send accounts of public and social events in your townhip.or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, con. aerts, mattors Iuching tho induttiioe. 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, but let oriticism alone
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. Jan. 13, 1912-Sugar Company ,16-Operative Bakers 17-Butcher's Picnic ,, 20-J.Moore and Sone' Employees " 22-Dunlop Rubber Co, S24-Master Dairymen , 26-Gray Bros.' Engineers ~ 27-City Brick Works , 29-Federated Ironworkers ,, 30-Iron Workers ,, 31-Mornington Sports Club Feb. 10-Johns and Waygood Employees , 12-TramwayEmployes ,, 14-United Grocers Employees 17-Harbour Trust. 20-Police Picnic 21-Bread Carters' Union 22--Market Gardener 24-United Wood Workers 25-Chaff and Grain Merchauts. ,, 26-Victorian Fishmongers. ,,28-Chaff and Grain Merchants. March 2-Saddlers 4,, -Painters and Decorators S. .9-Felton, Grimwade and Co. , 16G-Wybrow's Employees J.J. Miller and Co.
Close Seasons. LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Close Seasons. - .. •---. . ., LIST.OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA., e I Under th rrn sld lThird 0chedsuse sir the Game.cti 1890. e rISE WiLE TEAR. L Ail Australiah e Fa una (with the exception of Snakes) in the NationalPark anud Public Gardens, Acanthiz,.e or Tits. Babblers, Hears (see Native Bears), Bee-eaters, Black C'ocka. tcos, Black Swans,-lBlaek.rafed or Rock Pebbler Parrots, llrcng-winged and other r wild piseone," Bustard or Wild Turkey, a Californian Quail, Caterpillar.catcters, Chats (see Ephthianuras), Coach-whip Birds, Cockatoos, black, Cranes-all birds known as Ciones, such as HieronF, Egrets, &c. (except the Native.Contpanion or Aus. s Italian Crane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo-shrikes, Curlews (see Southern Otone Plover, &e.), Deer. ljvea.. Java Turtle, Doves Wild, Egrets (see Cranes, &c.), Emus, Ephthian urns or Chats, Fan-tails, Fly-catchers, I Frogmouth or -Podargus and Mopokes, ( Graucalus Family, all members of, Hernne (see.Cianes), I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
Amusements. Mornington Athletic Sports Club. ANNIUAL MEETINS will be held in tie Mornington Park on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31st. ?:3 1rE-Tuirst rsae 1 'lolck sharp, MAIDEN PLATE, 100yds. £1-First 13i. sec?nd 51; entry Is SHEFFIELD HiNI)ICOP, 13) yds, -£12-First £8, sec, nd. .I. third £1 ; nominitie4 ,-s, - ceptancc -. HURDLE RACE, 150 yds. handicap. £2-First 30s. second 10;: ,ýr.:rr Is 'hI QUARTER MILE HAN DIC.'P. 2 15s-First £2, second 10s, it:r '.-: entry2s BOYS' SHEFFIELD IIA\I"CAP, 100yds, under 17 years, £2 -First £1 B.. second 10s. third e;t entry i1 F O IfBALLrIRS' CHAMPIONSHIP, I v yd.. £1 Is and gold metal, five starters or n, race; open to all registered Penin sa f,:itballers having played in Penin . 'Is durir:2 last three years. Competitors •u'::;a in respective club colors; entry -;-d,! i?PEN BICYCLE RACE HAN DICAP, I mile. £f2 Ws--First £2. second I5: entry 2. O'EN BIICYCLE RACE HADIC. 1I'. ; mile. £2 Ils-First £2. srecand I1;: entry2s MAIDEN BICYCLE IACý HA.DI-CAt', 1 mie....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
W.. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - . JEWELLER ciyde:·sak." MORNI JCTON, xrecute. all 1t .: f- WTTCH. Ci.c~'K ti W?:". E : and tPECIAL REPAI:-. tee ; Mr Rudduek, Uro n" Menrs Nunn and 'o*s, % em.rcEile; or Ca" riers. Messrs Cair=;s n.l ?iT.i-n m-, wi. "srdeldshan:l' .aily F-t.m.ate.-lrxen for repairs, if desi:ed. nefo e prceelin with them. Gods of d ery description ronnect*t with the trade, inc ading the most up-to-dte mtrtes of watches ub. mitted for approeal. Ctstomere visited by appointment J. iILLARD, ARRIER and CAB PRO S PRtIETOR, FRANKSTON-. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lungrp'e f r eeie?d atd promptly ddlivereL Ho.eee and Vehicles for hire. Prices reastbhle etters and Te;erams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-stroei, Frankston, Families Waited ,n '.,r Odr?......... Prime Melt O'y i :. ............ Smini: Gools . Ery D. ei ?tn Fresh Doaiv Bides and Skins Bought................ F, G; CIAMIBE LIN, C}ermist, . . F:ANKSTON Latest Drugs & Chemicals Stocked i...
Mornington Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
flornington Shire Council I The monthly meeting of the above was held at Mornington on Thursday, when there were present-Crs Barrett (president), Alston, Griffeth, Stephens, Flood, Campbell, Lobb, Grover, J. Crosbie secretary), and T. Fowler (engi neer). The President apologised for the absence of Cr Male. Before commencing business, the President wished his colleagues a prosperous new year, and trusted that their deliberations at the council table would be for the good of the ratepayers and the district generally. CORRESPONDENCE. From Railway Department, ac knowledging letter re train service, and stating same had been sub mitted for a report, and further communication would be made. Received. Public Works Department, noti fying allocation of £50 (revote) to. wards construction of road leading to jetty ; and £125 for various road works,' cou ll o expe ?-?ad ditional.-Received. C. E. Woods, Mt. Eliza, com plaining of bad state of hill on road leading to his place, along which he cou...