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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
W. T. SACH,' WATCHMAKER and -- JEWELLER "Clydeban." MORNINCTON, reeufes all kmlu- ct S AT(H, CI, CK JEWELT.E'tY and Glases and keys fitted. Oder can be Itt with !esors Annar Bros., lIrning. to=; Mr Rudduck, l)romns; Measrs -Nunn end 'ons, .merville: or Car riers.Xessrs Cairn'- nd Wi;tlim , who paps Clydebank" daily Estimates given for repairs, f desired, oefo'e irceedine with them. :crds of every description ronnectel with the trade, inc uding the most up-to-nte makes of watches sub mitted for approval. Costomers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels sad Luges 'e received acd promptly delivered. Ho.esg anl Veh;cles for hire. Prices reaaoable etters and Teleraims promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Say-street, Frankston, Families Wsitel .n f,or 0-.ifrs ......... Prime Meat Oli K p,.................. Sma: Goots s"f Every Dsa-rription Fresh Dsi'v aides and Skinr- Bnuht ............... Phrmaceutical & D...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL T c l Whilst fishing in Westernport Bay at last week, a party of four witnessed ab very pretty sight, as a whirlwind al swept across the bay. It lifted a high b spray of water, and carried it along till intercepted by the land. This evening (27th January,) ap dance on up to-date lines will be held t in aid of the Frankston Tennis Club, u in the ball. Di Gilio's band will j supply the music and first c ass re- a freshments will be provided. The Irish Envoys will accompany the United Irish League on their annual bay trip to Mornington to morrow (Sunday). In the afternoon a public meeting will be held in the park, and speeches will be delivered by Federal and State members. Owing to the shortage of Williams' B. C. pears this season, a grower who picked up the few he had that had been blown off his trees, got seven shillings a case for them. This is in the neighbourhood of £16 a ton. Last year the factories did not want them at £2 10s a ton. At the Frankston Police cou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
L. R. N. UTBER, Solicitor, ......FRANKSTON....... SM AY be consulted at private residence. . Mornington Road, or at office of J. Nott Marsh, Bay Street. MELBOURNE ADDRESS H. W. Hunt and Utber, Modern Chambers. 317 Collins-street: Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. When you write to advertisers just mention that you saw their advt. in this paper. We'll Le grateful if.you will do so.. Wanted to Buy IN ANY QUANTITY APRICOTS,; £9 per ton. PLUMS, Light and Dark, £6 10s per ton. W.B.C. and Kieffer PEARS, £;r per ton. Cases re turned. .CHA8. MURRIY. Somerville, For the Australian Jam'Coy. If You Want a BICYCLE Or any part of same - CONSULT US We can Supply Your Wants, also Save You Money. CROFT BROS., SOMERVILLE. BUSTY, BUSY, ALWAYS BUSY. G. H. BLUNDEN, BAY: STREET, FRANKSEON. WTISHES to thank the residents and visitors of Frankston for their ptronage during the past ncar. and trusts oalways supplying the Best Articles and Studying their Wishes to receive a con tinuation of the satme Mr Blu...
Bazaar at Mornington BIG FINANCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
Bazaar at ?olirrnin gton. BIG: FINANOIAL SUCCESS. The bazaar organised for the lpu pose of cleariug off the debt on the Mornington Mechanics' iu?titute was brought to a conclusion on 'a uI.day night last. The ittendance was v ry .large, and the attractive appearn,:e of the hall, and tho ariistic manuer in which the various stalls wea' mis played was greatly admired. The ener ci-s of the ladies' woel- g moetings, held weekly einl. Jule 2:1ll, haove been atmply rewartded l?y klit n tq" nificent amou,, cf .Ci L od i, wlhih w.as realised at the naz ar Ihrough Ite r efforts, and im ny f)l ti Li :leo ltui. iy cIuII and ail workt is ;ad td, crs who htll'ed , make the eun r' thi a geiot tc ii ur nubo to tile itlergitle I?:n. sLcle:iai. ..,ts Noble, ancd htu,. tLoure r, Mlrs i?i -u -tt, and for the highly :,pt! pn ciatrd mu-.u at items iond ldc oech evening lb in?is English and Mir A. 1Weston P"ro. The following )yo,,n the stall hoilors :--n.,s y ftall-3-Jesdames l~tlitt, Wiod, -dat:.s, Grov...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
TYABB. The dance held in connection with the annual picnic was a great success. Late hure seem to be the order of the day, or rather, night, here;, 'o, al. rP ppliidt ,he 31.0 a. f7s '&vt" tit,,, it was n ,t long before the floor was comf .rtab'y filed. lancing was kept up till near'y three in the morn in~, and patrons went home 'atisfied, with the exception of sme. The re freshemn nt- were good and plentifu', alao the fl-tor was in first-cl ss order. Tt?e duties of 31 C. and pianist were carrnel out by Messrs P. Ryan and Carey, re-p?ctisely, in their u.uil cip. ble man ter. The exceptions referred to ahboe were cyc ist,, wh,, on going to th-.ir ma chines prepar.tory to start ing for home. f.,und that their tool hgs had b et rifled and pumps stolen. There was no clue to the identity of the thief tr thirve-, or he or they would htre been summarily "dealt with." It has been su.,g-sted that - n future occsions, owners of bikes -hould tlke it it turns doing sentry co. but it is ...
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
B GRADE. This is a competition under auspices of Association tor trophy to be won right out this season. Deo. 9 Mornington v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Hastings 16-Hastinbs v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Mornington ,, 23-Somerville v,'Tyabb , ,, orninglon v. Hastings Jan. t3--Mornington-v. Hastings Somerville v. Tyabb 1-mornsnebofn v. Tyabb. - " Somerville v. Hastings Mar. 2-Hastings v. Tyabb ,,-Somerville v. Mornington
About a Gold Neck Chain. CAN A LADY SWEAR TO HER OWN JEWELLERY? A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 January 1912
About a Gold Neck Chain. CAN A LADY, WEAR TO HER OWN JEWELLERY ? A PECULIAR CASE. The bench of honorary justices (Messrs Williams, Clements and Baxter) were occupied for the best part of Monday, at the Frankston police court, in hearing a case sur rounding the loss of a neck chain. Geo. Pernonie, on remand, was charged with the larceny of a gold nrck chain, the alleged property of 3Iaorie Steward, from that lady's residence at Frankston on January' 2nd last. C .nstable Stephenson prosecuted, and Pernonie was defended by Mr Gerald Hogan. After explaining the facts from the police point of view, the prose cutor called Mrs Steward, who gave evidence to the effect that accused was em ---'Iored by her for three weeks, with his wife, as a married couple. at s per week. On January 2nd, she asked accused to move a bed from one room to another, and she i mis;ed her chain whilst he was cc cupied in the work. She asked him if he had seen the chain, and he replied "No." She told him it was in t...
Toot Your Own Horn. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
,ToottYour Own horn. A hen ii not supposed to have much common sense or tact, yet every time she lays an egg she cackles forth the fact. A rooster hasn't got a lot of in tellect to show, but none the less most roosters have enough good sense to crow. The mule the most, despised of beasts, has a presistent way of letting people know he's around by his insistent pray. The busy little bees they buzz, bulls bellow and cows moo, and watch-dogs bark and ganders quack, and doves and pigeons coo. The peacock spreads his tail.and squawks; pigs squeal and robins sing, and even serpents know en ough to hiss before they eting. * But man, the greatest masterpiece that Nature could devise, will often stop and hesitate before he'll advertise!
TYABB v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
14 'YABB v. HASTINGS. 2 This game was played on the 0 ground of the first namied teem, who 3 von by 46 runs, chiefly through the 4 agency of W. Denham, 52 and 5 for 2 28, and C. Floyd, :32 and 4 for 14. 1 Scores : TrYan. 0 A. Mills, l.b.w., b A. Sheehey 18 0. Floyd, c and b Dvis ... 32 .r ( Longmuir, c and o Sheehey •1 W.lDenhem, c Kriox, b Cusworth 52 i S A. Alden, b Mentiplay . 4 H1 . Mill., b Mentiplay 3 r 1 A. Hollier, b Knox . ... 10 2 11. Houfe, b Mentiplay .. 0 A Noble, not out ... 0 7 Sundries ... 7 Total 1.. ... 13 Bowling-.T. Knox, 1 for 24; W. v Mentiplay, 5 for 48; W. Cusworth, 1 c for 20 ; A. Sheehey, 2 for 25; Davis, f, 1 for 10. . HASTINGCS. T. Knox, b Denham ... 3 k N. Amendola, c, b Denham 18 ti S. Sheehey. b Denham ... 27 p1 A. T. Denham, run out ... 6 a W. Mentiplay, c. b Floyd ..., 12 at - Davis, b Denham ... 0 I W.Ford, b Floyd ... 1 a W. Cusworth, b Denhaum .. 2 ti ,T.: Yorko, b Floyd ... 0 in N. Hod-ins, c, b Denhaim ... 4 pr F. Peddle, not out ... 3 Sundries ...
B GRADE. MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
B GRADE. MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE The above teams met on Satur day, when Mornington defeated their opponents by 57 runs. G. Har risoin, not out, 34, N. Freeman 27, were the principal scorers for the winners ; while for the losers F. Gregory, with 30, proved the best batsman, and the only one to reach double figures. Following are the scores:- I Monsisrosx. W. Cavill, b Brown 4. .t R. Ford, run out ... 0 N. Freeman, b Brown ... 27 E. H. Nye, b Murray 6 C. II. Box, c, b Murray . 5 H. Golds, b Brown 5 N. Somers, stp. Murray ... 8 B. Parsons, b Brown 6 W. Golds, c, b Murray . 0 G. Harrison, not out ... 34 J, Jenkins, b Brown ... 4 Sundries . .. ... 11 Total .. ... 105 Bowling-Murray, 4 for 34; Brown, 5 for 37. SO)MERVILLE. Moore, c, b J. Jenkins '.. 8 Brown, b Jenkins ... 0 Thornell, run out ... 1 .Murray, b N. Somers ... 5 F. Gregory, c, b C. H. Box 30 J. Grant, b Jenkins ... 2 J. Monk, b Jenkins ... 0 H. Barber, bJenkins . 2 II. Hansen, b Jenkins ... ~ L: Gregory. stp., b U, H. Box 2 ...
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. Tyabb journeyed to Hastings on Saturday to try conclusions with Hastings, the match resulting in a win for the visitors by 88 runs. Scores : TYABB. J. Grant, l.b.w., b Roberts ... 2 W. Baker, b Wilson ... 10 H. Denham, run out ... .2 A. Denham c, b Roberts ... 13 F. Mills, c, b Wilson ... 4 H. Noble, b Grieves ... 7 G. Slocombe, c b Roberts ... 20 R. Unthank, b Grieves ... 0 F. Floyd, b Wilson ... 7 L. Incigneri. not out - . 5. J. Baker, c, b Roberts, ... 8 Extras ... "... 11 Total ... 84 Bowling-T. Roberts, 3 for 24 T. Mentiplay, 0 for 15; J. Wilson, 8 for 18; H. Grieves, 2 for 5; W. Sheehey, 0 for 5; D. Reid, 0 for 5. HASTINGS. D. Reid, c, b Floyd ... 2 W Sheehey, b Mills, ... 18 M. Carmichael, c, b Mills ... 6 J. Wilson, b Mills ... 0 A. Grieves, c, b Mills ... 0 G. Mentiplay, b F loyd ... 0 T. Roberts, l'b.w., bJ. Baker 6 H. Carmichael, b J. Baker 0 E. Ward, b Baker ... 6 W. Longmuir, b Floyd ... 2 T. Mentiplay, not out ... 0 Extras ... .. 11 Tota...
FRANKSTON v. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
FRANKSTON v. OAKLEIGH. This mntch was played at Frank. ston, when the locals won by an innings and 65 runs. The followJing are the scores : OAcKLEIGH. . Staley, stp., b Bethune ... 0 Tait, b Bethune .. 5 lason, b Bethune .. 4 Sumsion, c, b Bethune ... 0 Pitt, c, b Bethune .... 0 Young, b Burton. ... 2 Buchanan, not out ... 2 Watt, b Burton ... Sundries ... ... O Total for seven wickets 24 Bowling-T Bethune, 5 for 10; R. Burton, 2 for 14. Second innings-7 for 32. FnAxKScroN. 3. Burton, c'and b Young ... 3 3olger, c Pitt, b Staley ... 16 • Bethune, b Buchanan 36 . B.tlhune, b Pitt ... 6 hnuldler, b Buchanan ... 21 lcComb, b Young ... 10 'atterson, e, b Clough ... - 1 lesson, b Young 12 urmmins c, b Young ... 4 . Hague, b Buchanan ... 2 atterlhsm, not out ... 1 Sundries ... ... 9 `I ____
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
Sporting Notes. I F W. W..Dunn, the winner on(the Frankston Sheffield, ran from 9- yds in the big A.N.A. Sheffield, at the Exhibition, Melbourne, on Mon.ay last, and was placed second in the D final. The daily papers say Dunn, d who has but one arm, ran a magnifi cent race, and was beaten only on the tape. As Dunn had 13., yards start at Frankston, this serres to show the sa high class runners that the £25 c, Sheffield drew to the local meeting. d On account of Monday being a i, public holiday, J. Jolly, of Frankston, was unabls to return from the country on the Wednesday to compete in the P Footballers' Championship at Morn- d ington. Frankston sports were, how. ever, pleased to hear that the Morn ington committeo altered the condi tions to allow Jolly to compete. Jack a •M'Arthur, starting a hot favorite, had rather an easy win from W, Boulter and J. Garlick. The Frankston B cricket team came i to the end 'of their long lane of v reverses on Sarurday, when they. had their first wi...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
ro KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pass, Before you speak. three gates of gold, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true ," Then "Is it needful "'-in your mind; Give truthful answer ; and the next, If you are tempted toreveal A tale to you someone has told, Is last and uarrowest, "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.
The Rainfall. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
The Rainfall. NORNI GTON. Mr J. G. Barrott reports : 2nd ... ... . 2 poinls 3rd 4.., 4 5th ......... ,, 6th ...... 4,, 10th ... ... ... 9 ,, 17th ... ...... 17 , 21st ... ... ... 1 ,, Total ... ... .47 inches
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
-Help your Newspaper.: rhe greatest aid yoq can . give your newspaper is your JOB Ph\TING. If you dont feel able to ruo an nadve tisement, surely you can afford to give. tha new,. piperyour crds, dodrers, billhetds, en. velopes, and all l.uliaes3 printing to execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for sottint up the thousand and one froe notices ho e ives you and your town, bat dort't give it to the printer or job printing llBe that can give ' ou no such return, ind is spending neither time, money. nor briins in helpine you to buzil up your town. The time may come when a newer paler can live simply on the revenue do rived from advertising and suhscrirtions. but no ordinary newsprt-er in an ordhnary town can exist.without the ruxiliarv sup, port derived froij job printing. TheoefBre, if you want a go d newspaper, one that can still furthei hold advance your town, give it your Jon .ThIu~.sin ./
Frankston Mechanics' Institute. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
Frankston Mechanics'. Institute. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of subscri bers of the above was held on Thursday of last week, when the if attendance was very meagre, only ,te Messrs S. Sherlock (chairman), 1. Maxwell, C. G. V. \Villiams,.Utber, ,i Iitchie, Bates, Pettit and Dalman II (secretary) being present. t The balance sheet, showing £156 Is sd receipts and £.'3: 12s expen diture, was received and adopted. AN INTERE.'TING REPOIT. The following report was sub mitted by the treasurer (MIr F. G. Chamberlin) and received and adopted : The members of the library show a Sslight incrnae for the year, members being 20 againtt 1; for 1910, subscribers 32 against 21 for previous year, the total amount paid bring -15 10s against .£13 e 10sfor 1910. Bjoks to the amount of £29 Os 2d werre purchysed, 15 of which . wagrautmoene expend.d from 1910 103 more books were added. The Go vernment rrat wai reduced from £23 e cause eing more claims on the amountallotled for the purpose. The rnnts...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3?Tn. - Alex. Scott and Co. report. Dairy cattle-A large supply of milkers and springers. For a few good cows the de mand was firm, but medium and in ferior sorts were very dull of salo at lower rates. Best milkers £7 to £8 1is, extra to £10; medium £4 to £6, others from 50s. Best springers £6 5s to £8 2s Gd, medium to £3 10s to £5. The following were thie principal lots: Milkers-2 to £10, 3 to £9 12s Gd 1 at £9 10s, 4 to £8 17s Gd, 3 to £8 12s Gd, I at £.8 10s, I at £8. Springers-5 to £8 2s Gd, 2 to £6 10s, I at.£6. A moderate supply ofpt stores, poor demand and lower rates. Pigs: A heavy supply of all" descriptions. Baconers and heavy porkers. *vere much easier, but prime, handy and lightweight porkers sold at late rates.. Stores, slips and suckers also easier. Beceners 31s. to 3Cs, best porkers 25s to 28s Gd, medium 20 to 23s, light 1Gs to 19s, stores to 14s,slils to 10s, suckers 3s Gd toSs. Calves: Avery heavysupply, in. cluding a number of goo...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL The Frankston, cemetery trust in this issue call for application for the position of sexton. The concert held in the Mechanics' SInstitute, Mornington, last Monday night in aid of St. McCartan's R. C. Church, realised £17 2s Od. Mr D. Edelston, the well-known optician, will visit Mornington, on Monday next, and may be consulted 1 at Mr Tait's pharmacy. Miss O'Grady notifies in this issue that she resumes tuition on Tuesday, February 6th, at the Frankston Me chanics' Hall. A list of tenders are advertised in a this issue by the Frankston and SHastings Shire, closing cn February t 14th, and the Mornington shire, closing ' February 8th. The Tyabb sports, on Monday last were a thorough success, the attend. ance being good and the racing inter esting. Through unavoidable circum stances our report of the sports meeting is held over till next issue. Messrs Mark Brody and W. P. Mason, of Frankston, have entered intoparinership in connection with Mr Brody's old established ...