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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL, A report of the marriage of a district couple in New Zealand, appears on our fourth page. Cr D. Bell and his wife and familyI have been having an extended holiday in Frankston, the guests of Mr R. T. Pick ing. A meeting of the Frankston Sports commiitee will be held, as per advertise ment, at the Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening, January 19th. The holiday rush to the various Penin sula seaside resorts has, now the New Year vacation is over, practically ceased, and the places have resumed a more normal appearance. There are still, of course, many visitors at the various neighboring places of accomodation, which are expected to be fully occupied by late arrivals for some time to come. Mir and Mrs C. G. V. Williams, of 'Ballam Park, \Frankston, retuared to Victoria on Monday by the S. S. Mantus, after an extended trip to the old country. Mr and Mrs Williams motored to their home shortly after the steamer's arrival at Port Melbourne. We join with their many frie...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th. OLIVER'S HILL WORK TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
SFrankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th. OLIVER'S HILL WORK TO'BE PROCEEDED WITH. d The monthly meeting of the I. above was held at Somerville on Wlednesday. The meeting started at 11 a.m. to allow councillors de d sirous of attending theTyabb Pic nic to do so). Present: Cr Ritchie a President), Oates, Alden, Perrott, t Hodgins, Murray, Griffeth, Cole, J. a E. Jones (secretary), and A. K. T. Sambell (engineer). VWEFSTERNPORT. W. T. M'Fee, President Phillip Island Shire, wrote, stating that he F could not see much benefit to Westernport by the Governor's entertainment at Hastings; also that his council had decided to take no action re proposed Parlia mentary trip around the bay.-J. G. Barrett, President Mornington Shire, wrote, agreeing to £3 10s being used from Westernport Vigi lance fund towards recent entertain ment of Governor at Hastings. Ph:1l p Island shire, intimated that council was not prepared to join in another Parliamentary trip around Westernport ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
A. Herbert Holdswortll DENTIST. (LATE OF CHAPEL-ST., PRAIIRAN) New Address: 166 CREVILLE ST., PRAHRAN. Private Address - "FarInvyw," MORN INOTON JUNCTION. "Amesfield Park," Mornington ANY STOCK found TRESPASSING on above Property after this date will be IMPOUNDED without further notice. C. W. CAMPBELL W ANTED Known that JOB PIRINT ING of all descriptions can be executed at the STANDARD Office. Support local industry, give'us a trial, and keep your money in the district. GET RID OF THAT COUGH. Right to-day is the time to got rid of that cough, and not afte' it is osettled, deep .seated and hard to move. Do not wait to find you are in danger of pneumonia and other troubles that roqairo time and the doctor's attoetion. Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy will relieve you quickly and with. out inconvenience. 'It is a safe and sure remedy for coughs and colds. Sold by all storekeepers. IE. Rudduck, IJETTY STORE, R) hOMAN A. . ~CW has a Full Sthek cf G. WOOD ni. HOUSE'S Well-known Special 'Remedie...
FRANKSTON SHOW. WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 January 1912
FRANKSTON 5HOW. WEDNESDAY NEXT. It is scirc-ly nec.sary to remind the public ,f the Frankston Show, to be held in the Park Grounds, on Wedn-slay next January 17th. The secretary atd commit ei- have worked hrd, and Mr BL en, with his well .hnr.u-hness, has ll details we:l in hbud. With fine weather, the shlw should be an all-round success. The secre tary I a I.-en v-ry energetic in has canrv.s for donaton.s, aid the amount asu rcried Ilas re cch-d the large sum of £220. The prize list. has i, en sub sr.nti.lly increased, anl several new sectio,.s ad-lied. The show will ;hepenc-r !ly Sir John Malden et 1 p m., an I the ceremony c-u d mnt Ir in mote ca,-bl. hands. The gatherint i- also under the ,lis tinguished patronage of th- (ov, rnor, Sir Juleo Fuller, and als,, the Gorern or Gn.-nral, Lord Denman. The \W-rtheim Co.., will have a stand at the show, at which ths wel k- own pia..os and sewing machinec will b, on view, and exhihitiors i-f t:." it quilities giv- n. . !rJ. L'oyd ill a'l...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
Telephone Directory. FRANK'TOR. I1-Brady, 31. 2-HBogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon. 4.-Campbell, Maj, r, Ameofield Park 5-Bay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Ofice' ?7-Ritchie and Co,'1' 8-Grnmwade, I W, Mlyrtoon 11-Maxwell; Dr 12-Chamberlin. P 0, Chemist 13-Mlillard,;J; Cab Propriotor 14-Garroodl, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, Ers 17-Schultz, W 18-GlegcrI. All 19-Maciis and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall, A, iutcher 21-Masterton. 8, 'Rubria' 22-M1'Donald, ), storekeeper 23-Ganmble B, Blacksmith 24-Collins, H.M., "Gracedale," 25-Panter, Capt,'Jerula'
CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN COMPE TITION. A GRADE.-2 days' matches, on grounds of first-named club: Ellindale v Fradketon Frankstuon v Glenhuntly Malvern District v Frankaton Frankston v llentone Frankston v Oakloigh St. George's v Frankatgn E. Caulfield v Fanukston Franuston v Ellindale Glenhuntly vFrankston Frankoton v halvern District Mlentons Y Frankston B GRADE.-2 day's matches on first named olubs' ground : Frankstonyv Ellindale E. "M. Congs. v Frankston Frankston v MlcKinnaon E. MI. Presb. v Frankston Rosstown v Frankston E. Caulfield v Frankston Frankoton v Oaklecigh Glenhuntly vaFrankton Frankston v lentone , Caulfield v Frankston Frankeoton v Malvern District
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
lake Your District Known Concerning Ioenn pit t of the district news 'emos but seldom. -Inist t not tho fault rf thie Editor, for hte hs no miracul. onus power of knowing whbt in happening in alLtheo plaroi in the arsaof cirrulotion. It is the fault of resinents -in the siltnt places. Will some mian or wisanit take the wnt. ter in hand and cause the pilence to sease. If no one else is doing it for your die. trict. will YU1 try on the LINE ? Send accounts of. public and social events in your townehip or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents. con. eorts, matters touching the indust, loes, etc. Write your name n some corher; not for printing. hut to prove good faith. Write the names of petsong very dis. tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information. butletcriticisnm alone When you write to advertisoers juab mention that you saw their ad vt. in this paper. We'll be grateful if you will do so.
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (MOtches on first.named Ground). Dec. 9-Tyabb v. Flindlera 1 Hastings v. Somerville. 16-T sabb v: Hastings. , , Elinderg v. Somerville. 3rd ROUND..: Jan.43-Hdstiogs 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. S, Somerville V. Tlyab. S24-Tyabb v. Flinders. ar Hastings v. Somerville. Mar. 2-'iyabb v. Hastings: , Flinders v. Somerville. 1 GRADE. This is a competition under auspices of Associalion tor trophy to be won :right out this seasos. Dec. g Alornington v. Tyabb S, Somerville v. Hastings 16-Hastings v. Tyabb ~ Somerville v. Mornington S23-Somerville v, Tyabb . Hastorniniton.v.. astngs Jan. Morningon v. Hastings S , omervile v. Tyabb 2o-Tyabb v. Mornington S 24-Mornington v.'t'yabb ,, Somerville v. Hllastings Mar. 2-Hastings v. Tyabb ,, ,-Somerville v. lornington
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
Picnics to be Held at Mornington. Jan. 13, 1912-Sugar Company ,, 16-Operative Bakers 17-Batcher's Picnic 20-J. Moore and Sono' Employees ,, 22-Dunlop Rubber Co. ,, 24-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-Tramway Employes ,, 14-United Grocers Employees ,, 17-Harbour Trust ,.20.-Police Picnic 21-Breed Carters' Union 22-Market Gardener ,, 24-United Wood Workers ,, 25-Chaff and Grain Merchants. ,, .26-Victorian Fishmongers. 28-Chaff and Grain Merchants. March 2-Saddlers ,, 4-Painters and Decorators ,, 9-Felton, Grimwade and Co. ,, 16-Wybrow's Employees ,, J.J. Miller and Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
Governm ent Notices.P Public Health. IT appears to the Board of Public Health that the Shire of lornington is affected by the contagious disease, Trptoid Fever All medical practitioners and rr.i'trrn of births and deaths resid in; thrreiu shall report the occurrence of any ca. of such disease. immediately on is comniung to their knowledge. by post.to the Bard and to the local Shire Council in theL form prescribed, copies of which may becitsined onapplication to the Board of Pub ic Health, Melbourne. Anyone ne;ltcung to report is liable to a fine of Br Order, J. C. EVANS, Acting Secretary. Atloea sales Clearing Sale. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1st, (At One o Clock Sharp. GLENDALE,' RED HILL, Close to Post Office. W. s E03D1 S HAS received instructions from MIR TnoxAs 1H. CLEINE. who has sold his property, to Sell by Public Auction on the above date, on the- ground, the whole of his STOCK, WORKING PLANT. FURNI TURE, &c., comprising: Picked Herd of Cows. Milkers and Springers, Young Cat...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
LOCAL AND CENERAL A meeting of the Frankston Sports committee will be held, as per advertise ment, at the Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening,January 26th. The Frankston Brass Band has been engaged for the sports meeting at Morningtonon the 81st inst. Mrs Smith, late of "Bclleura," sent a farewell donation of £3 3s to the secretary of the Mornington Sports Club during the week. The lamp in front of the Somerville Mechanics' Hall was smashed up by the hoodlum element which hangs round the township on Saturday nights. At Sr. Paul's Church, Frankston, the preacher on Sunday will be the Vicar, Rev. G. A. Kitchen. At the 11 aim. service Mr W. G. Jennings, the noted tenor, whose voice is well. known in Frankston, will sing a solo. On A N.A. night, 27th January, a doce on up to-date lines wit be held in aid of the Franiaston- Tennis Club, in the hall. Di Gilio's band will snlý taiºn ndr~ust..o ans~ra. MIr Td Mc~omb caught a large shark, 10 feet long, at Frankston on Tuesday. The big fel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
C. P. STANWAY LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR,- 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT., STYLE, PRICE AND QUALIIY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will cali on you immediately TeL I7 City ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. STANDARD-The Beet QUALITY-The Fresbhest PBICE-The Lowest BOOTS AND SHOES O AIL-Th Lae r- - bT LThe Latest DRAPERY & MILLINERY Uk TO-DATE and STYLISH. Sr aor Fianneletter, Flannels, Blarnket:s. CalieoeP, Sheeti gs, D'ese Stuff, Si k., Laee, Ribuone, etc. Cit Valesin Your Own Town. -SATISFACTION PLEDGED BY US. - vculd,,lclnwrnmirmoisraPm·vo w GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE. Ironmongery and Crockery, a Good Stock always on Hand, BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TOWN OR COUNTRY. Bighest Prices Given for ad kinis Farm and Dairy Produce 00 DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do you ufer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, had and cheekhone? Are you a~sc...
Picnics at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
Picnics at Mornington. Twenty-seven picnics from the metropolis will be held at Meoroington within . thie next nine weeks. Oh Stturday last, the Colonial Sugar ('ompany held their annual' picnic and sports meeting, on Tuesday the Opera tive Bakers, and on Wednesday the .Victorian Butclhers' l7th annual picnic was celebrated. This picnic was the largest of tl, thlirt, ver- 1,700 being on board tihe :"Weeroona," which arrived at Mornington at noon and left on the return journey at 6 p.m. The sports programme was one of the best ever held at Morning. ton; the prize money amtunted to £73. The local butchers closed their pre, mises ,at 9 a.,m. in order to join in the picnic. The. Union band wais in at tendance and played selections on the boat and the grounds. E. A. Striepp, a rider in the one mile bicycle race, had his shoulder displaced by cotiding against a post. His injury was at tended to by Dr Somers, of Morning. ton.
CRICKET. LADIES v. GENTS. AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
C RICK'E'T.. LADIES v. GENTS. AT HAST INGS. During the bolidays; a match Ladies v. Gentlemen, lvas played at Hastings, which proved a very interesting game, and resulted in a win for the ladies by 10 runs. The following are the scores : LADIES. Miss J. Reid ... ... 4 ,,E. Perrott .. ... 3 ,, A. Perrott ;..2 ,, M. O Sullivan ... 4 ,,I Masters ... ... 6 ,,R. Roberts .. .. -11 S,,W. Masters ... ... 18 ,,K. Edwards ...-4 ... ,,0. Tewster .. ... .3 ,,MONeil ... ... 6 ,,R. Jones .. ... 10 Total ... ... 71 GENTLEMEN. W. Ford .4 I). Reid 2.. M. Romeo . .. H. Cirmichael .. 0 W Mentiplay 11 S. Marebella ... 8. T. Brown ... ... 2 A. Hill . ..:. 11 A. Amendola ... .. 0 G. Mentiplay *... ... 7 G. Clarke .. ... 6 Total ... ... 61 Misses I. Mastera and W. Masters, bowling for the ladies, proved very successful, breaking both waeys, and tying all the gents. completely in a knot. /
Rural Workers' Union. MEETING AT SOMERVILLE. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
1 Rural Workers' Union. .MEETING AT SOMERVILLE. (Contributed). The meeting of orchard and nursery employees called by the R.W.U. for Saturday, January 13th, was held in I Mursay's packing shed, and was I largely attended. Mr Jack, of Bittern, presiding. The secretary of the Vic torian Branch of the R.W.U (Mr H. - Vivash) delivered an address, and ex plained the aims and object of the Union. He stated that the smember ship was now about 10,000, and that thbre were branches established in N S.W., S. Australia and West Aus tralia. Thq union embraced all em ployed in connection with rural industries, of which fruit growing was one. In connection with orchard work, he explained that their members in Mildura, 750, were working under an agreement with the employers, which had been signed by all parties before Judge Higgins. The wages agreed on were 8s a dlay, and the hours were 8 per day, with a Saturday half-ho'iday. The union was prepar ing the case of the reral workers at the present ti...
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 January 1912
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. This competition was resumed after the holidays on Saturday, In the A Grade Hastings beat Flinders by 55 to 40, and Tyabb proved too good for Somerville. In the B Grade Somer ville (56) were defeated by Tyabb(80). Scores are unavoidably crowded out. Mr Geo. Mentiplay, hon. see, Has tings cricket club acknowledges the following donations to the club's funds:-Mr P. O'Shannasy, . £1 is ; Messrs F. G. Perrott, T. Ryan, A. CampbellL. Owen, C. Ford, Pearce, To p;'Giifsfit sH 6i-Trdiphd 'MFO.9 B Thompson 2s 6d.