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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
W. LOBB, ESTTFTs, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STEEET. MORNINGTON. AEST wa s CoxtxZcuAL Umos FIrE. To Stock Breeders. AT STUD. Pedigreed Ayrshire Bull, Berkshire and Tamworth Boars. For terms apply THE MANAGER, "Cricklewood." Frankston Notice. AaIESFIELD PAreK, MonNoNGTON." S1TEITHER TRAPPING nor RAB. I.L "BITING in any form is allowed on abovoe Estate without permission Persons so offending will be treated as Tres" ,sers of CHARLES W. CAMPBELL. to, an If You Want a °i BICYCLE Or anypart of same i -CONSULT US as We can Supply Your Want., also en Save You Money. id CROFT. BROS., SOMERVILLE. BUSY, BUSY, ALWAYS BUSY. G. H. BLUNDEN, 1aker, Pastrycook, and Caterer, o BAY STREET, FRANKSEON. t' ¥º visitnrs of Frankston for their Sptronage during the plast year, and trusts i, h alwaysupplying the Best Articles and Studying their Wishes to receive a con tinnntion of the sanme Mr Blunden also wishes to intimate that h le has conllenllcel to run acart for the • DELIVERY OF BREAD of the best ...
Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 February 1912
Flinders and `Kangeronlgf .Shire Council. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. I Present-Crs Stanley (President), Davis, Buckloy, Symonds, Haig, Rud 1 duck, Clark, Marsd en, and Patteson CORRESPONDENCE. t From Colonial Bank, re sanitary connection of Sorrento Ho'e', with council drain,,stating plumber, who is doing the work, avers such is not the case. The engineer said that it was intended installing a septic tank in connection with thcst premises, and permission was oughlt to allow ffila vent therefrom to. flow into council's drain.-Granted.. From McInerney and Melnerney, solicitors for L. Iostror;, re claim for arrears of rates.-Secretary to deal with same. Secretary Mornington Shire, stating council declines to bear any part of cost of repairing Hearn's bridge, as it is outside the shire boundary.--Dealt with in committee. Traralgon Shire, requesting cooper ation in opposition to Conmmonweath eathh eparmont, notifying ap pointment of Dr J. C. Weld as he-lthh officer for centre riding.--Receive...
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 — 3 February 1912
Close Seasons. LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECI'ED IN VICTrORIA. fa E Under the Second and.Third Fchedules of the tGameAct 1890. - l h THE Wi'tnL TEAR. - All Australian C Fauna (with the exception of Snakes) in I the National Parks and Public Gardens, I Acanthizae or Tats. Babblers, Bears (see 1 Native Bears), Bee-eaters, Black Cocka. tcos, Black Swans, Black-tasted or Rock Pebbler Parrots, Brcng-winged and other wild pigeons, Bastard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Caterpillar.catcl'ers, Chats (see Ephthiannras), Coach-whip Birds, Cockatoos, black, Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, such as Herons, Egrets, 1 &c. (except the Native.Companion or Aus. tralian Crane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo shrikes, Curlews (see Southern Stone Plover, &c.), Deer. Doves, Java Turtle, Doves Wild, Egrets (see Cranes, &c.), Emus, Ephthian uras or Chats, Fan.talls, Fly.catchers, Frogmouth or Podargus and Mlopokes, Graucalus Family, all members of, Ilerons (see Cranes), Ibis, Java Turt...
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). 3rd ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Cricket Fixtures. PENINSULA` ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). 3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastings v. Flinders. ,, ,I .yabb v. Sonmerville. ,~2O-Flindei v. Iyabb. ,, Somerville v. Hastings. ,, 27-Hastings v. Tyabb. ,,,, Somervillo v. Flinders. 4th ROUND. Feb. 17-Flinders v. Hastings. . ,, Somnerillse ' yabb. ,.*24-Tyabb v. Flinders. ., ~ Hastings v. Somerville. Mar. 2-lyabb Y. Hastings. ,,F,, lindoers v. Somerville.
SORRENTO. A.W.A. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
SORRENTO. A.W.A. CONCERT. A grand open air concert was held in the Sorrento park on Satur day night, the 27th inst, in aid of the funds of the local A.W.A. A first class programme was pro vided; Dr Vaiice, of Bacchus Marsh, acted as chairman, and Dr Collin Campbell, as pianist. Items were given . hby Misses Holbrook, Wild, D and Mf. Bland and- Woos ter and Messrs J. Morgan, R. Bren nan, D. Sergeant, F. Coker, J. Boys and Dr H. Williams. Each item was well received, and at the close of the proceedings Mr IH: Watts, president of the branch, thanked the chairman and artists who as sisted with the programme. A collection which was taken up amounted to £4, which will be handed over to the Branch.
Bush Fire at Carrum. TWO DWELLINGS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Bush Fire at Carrum. STWO DWELLIW GS DE S STROYEI.' Breaking out in the vicinity of the Carrum railway station on Saturday morning, a fiercely burn ing scrub fire did a considerable amount of damage in the district before it was got under control by the.residents. The few persons who were in close proximity to the out break were not sufficiently numer to beat out the flames, and the fire spread in all directions,particularly on its western side. Fortunately there was little or no- wind, and though dwelling after dwelling be came endangered, the force of fire fighters, which by this time had beco-ho augmented by a train load of h-iiday makers, was in most cases able to keep the slow moving, though rapidly consuming fire, away from the wooden cottages which were menaced. In two instances, however, all efforts to save tinder-drystructures from destruction proved unveiling. First the outhouse attached to one dwelling that bad net recei ds t'qt8tb '-itini8ohiiitteritf :iniie others was i...
Municipal Cricket. FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS SHIRE v. MORNINGTON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Municipal Cricket.. FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS SHI[E; v. MORNINGTON SHIRE. The meeting .between the above teams has nowrio become a pleasant annual social gathering, and -Wednes day's match was equally enjoyablo as was the. initial game last year at Mornington. The match was-played in the park, and resulted in a win for Frankston and Hastings with a couple of wickets to spare. Mornington batted first, and Inada 98. The co: ditions were that 25 should- be the limit amount of runs, and that each bowler should have two overs, so that all the talent should hIsve a faii chance" Grover and Pettit started for Morning too, and kept going till the 25 had been reached. President Barrett had a short stay, hitting the second ball he received from Secretary Jones into Harry McComb's hands, and the first 'duck' was'recorded. ccretary Cros bie showed fine punishing power, but when going strongly at 14 was dis missed by a fine catch by Or Perrott, off Cr Murray. Gas Manager Frost carried cut instructio...
"To Get the Children a Drink." NO REFRESHER AND A 20s FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
"To (Get the Children a Drink." NO REFRESHER AND A 20s FINE. Jas. Coburn was charged at the Frankston Police- Court on Mon day, before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., with being found on licensed pre mises on'Sunday, 29th October. Inspector Keane prosecuted, and Mr Utber appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Constable B. J. Evans deposed that he visited the Carrum hotel, in company with Constable Thynne, at 3.20 p.m. on Sunday, 29th Octo ber. Defendant drove along in a jinker, and got out at the hotel, and went to a slide through which drinks were served, but when he saw witness and Constable Thynne he turned away and was not served with a drink. Constable Thynne gave corrobor ative evidensie. The defendant said that be was driving to Frankston with his two children and another young fellow. He got out with the intention of getting the children a drink. Before he got properly into the premises he heard the licensee, Mr feffernan, say "Heres' the piolrce;"'aid did not proceed further. T...
Mornington Racing Club. ADJOURNED GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Mornington Racing Club. ADJOURNED GENERAL MEET NG. A very enthusiastic .meeting in connectioh with the above was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Morn ington, last Saturday night. The attendance was exceptionally large, which was principally-due to the Iclub having decided to hold the forthcoming races under thl V.R.C. rules. In the absence of the president (Dr Somers), from whom an apology was received, Mr P. McArthur was voted to the chair. Minutes of last general meeting were read and confirmed,: and the balance-sheet, which" showed. a credit of £53 Os iOd, \was adopited. Mr J. W. Doherty reported that Mr Edwick had kindly given the use of "Pre'ston Granige" to the club for their races, and the secre tary was instructed to write to Mr Edwick thanking him for the club for the use of the course, for which members are grateful. Date of Meeting-As the V.R.C. selects the date for all registered meetings, it was decided.tsat 3ed-. iesday, 6th March and Wednesday, 27th March be submitt...
Toot Your Own Horn. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Toot Your Own Horn. A hen is 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 hule the most despised of beasts, has a presistent way of letting people know he's riound by his-insistenit bray.;'; -= The bisy 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 taileand squanwks; pies squeal and robins sing, and even serpents know en ough to hiss before they sting. But man, the greatest masterpiece that Nature could devise, will often :top and hesitate before he'll advertise I .
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
M ake Your District Known Concerning some parts of the district news romos bhutseldom. This is not tho fault.of the Editor, for he has no mirscul. euspower of knowing what is happening inlll the pilscs in the arosof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent plnces. Will some lman or woman take the mat. ter in han and dcause the silence to - cease. If no one alse is doing it for your dis. trict, will YTsU try onthe INE s? Send srcounts of publie and secial events insyour-townshipi or neighbiorhood, = such as weddings, deaths, aceidents, coon. certs, miatter snuching the industt ies, ;etc, Write ysour name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very die. tinctly. - Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, butletariticior alone -
Dairymen's Milk Cans. FINE FOR INCORRECT NAME OF SENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Dairysien's Milk Cans. FINE FOR INCORRECT NAME OF SENDER. At the Franketon Police Court on Monday, before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., Inspector J. W. Mellis, of the Board of Health, proceeded against two Carrum' dairymen for non compliance with the Health Act regulations, in that they forwarded to the retailer milk in a can not containing name and address of the sender. It was explained by the gentle men prosecuting on behalf of the Health Department, that it was necessary that the cans -should be sealed and stamped with the senders' initials, which were to correspond with the name on the can. This regulation was being enforced so that should anything be wrong with the contents on in spection there would be no difficulty in ascertaining the producer. J. Troy, of Carrum, was the first dairyman charged, and gave his 'exoese'tnavaun is ans-wore'not re=' turned, he had to borrow some from another man, and in sending the milk labelled as he did, he did not know he was doing anything il legal. A f...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give expres notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to Corrsera their subscriptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontine ance of their periodicals, the published mnosy continue to send them until Ansuaso are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are. REspoNsILE until they have settled their bills. and ordered the periodreals:o be discontinued. 4. If subrrihers remove to other places without informing the publishers. and the papers are sent to their forme. direction, the rabscribers are respoaii,;c. 5, If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give Noine to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it, otherwise the publisher is authorised to sand on, and the subscri. ber will be responsible unless-an express pote, and paymgtdf arrears.
CRICKET. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v. GLENHUNTLY. B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
CR iCKET. CAULFIELD-MUORABBIN ;. COMPETITION.' ERANIKSTON v. GLENHUNTLY. :I B GRADE. This match was. commenced at Glenhuntly, between the above-named teams, on Saturilay-last, and will be concluded.Saturday inxt. The visitors yon theo toss, and sent the locals to the wicket, the following being the scores each made: J' Welsh, b Fague, 18 E. Hogan, b Bethune ... 81 S" Mains, 1.b.tv,. ,, ... . .7 F. Fielder, c, b ,, ... 2 E. Judkins.c, b ,, . 13 L Patterson, b Hague, ... .4 W. Triggs, _b , 13 V. Chambers, b Patterson, 8 A. Pluimmer, c, b ,, .. 2 Geo. Neville, c, h Bethune, 0 J. Jones, not out, ... O Sundries 4.. 4 Total ... . .102 ''Bob" is trying to fix up a suitable Saturday for the return .cricket match at So6fieriville ith 'tlio- ,litiors:~ The "old 'un'" will be grateful if he will arrange for a fairly cool day. The municipal cricket match at Frankston and the proceedings in connection therewith proved very en joyable to all concerned. The match was again won by Frankston and Has...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) THE SOMERVILLE MECHANICS' LAMP. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
OUR LE¶'JTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) THE SOMERVILLE. ME CHAN1ICS' LAMP.. TO TUE EDITOR. Dear. Sir,--I beg to 'contradict your correspondent'sletteir appear ing in the-" Standard" of the 3rd inst, and headed.,"A Denidl." If he can show me where I accused him of carlessness, or not properly closing the door of the street lamp, as he accuses me =of doing so, then I, will apologise to him publicly through your piaper. I say again that it was in defence of the hood lum push that I wrote at all, so if he had thought for one moment he would see that I was writing in defence of his character rather than otherwise. He also states that the lamp was lit and the door securely fastened, a fact which I do not deny, and that on going to light op the next night, that the outer door had been torn off, undoubtedly by the hoodlum element. This, ir, is not true, as the door of. t - [amp was seean swinging two and ro in the wind ear...
Christian Endeavor Rally [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
Christian Endeavor Rally In -connection with the 31st anniversary of the Christian En deavor movement, a rally of the societies in the Peninsula was ar ranged to take place at Osborne Bridge, . Balcombe's Creek, on .Wednesday:, last. , Buggies-.. and vans conveyed people from Frank ston, . Langwarrin, Somerville, Mornington, Red Bill, Main Creek and Dromana to the appointed rendezvous. The Rev. E. Dyling, Baptist minister, of Melbourne, and Vice-President of Vie. C.E. Union, addressed a meeting on the beach in the afternoon, speaking on'" Our Pledge." Rev. E. Nye (Morning ton) led the meeting. There was to have been an evening song service at the picnic ground, but a thunderstorm came over, and the rally was continued in the Metho dist Church, Mornington. Mr McCraw gave a very free and spirited address on " Endeavourers in Earnest," and about 8 p.m. the meeting broke up, and the last of the representatives departed for their homes. Incidently it may interest some of our readers to k...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
LANGWARRIN By the first boat of the season (the Ascanius) three of our local growers have sent consignments to the London markets. The fruit left Langwarrin railway station on January 31st, and was sent by Messrs W. Williams, G. Upton and F. Church, the former sending 50 cases and the two latter 40 cases each. Emperors, Graven. steins, Peagood's Nonsuch, Alfriston and Reinette de Canada were thb varieties, and they were all a nice sample of fruit. Unfortinatly the extreme hot weather would most likely have a damaging effect on this ship. ment ; unless the fruit was cooled down somnewhat before being put on board, they will arrive in bad order. On the 27th inst another consignment will leave for London by the S:S. Moree from Langwarrin. Fruit and vegetable prices are good and are expected to keep up this sea son. With the expansion of the ex port trade, orchard, and garden pro dtfcb shbuld always conimand payasted prices, more particularry to those who work to produce clean and sound...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
TYABB. When last 'Bird Day' arrived the commuittee of State school 3544, was unable to obtain the services of FMr Geo. Shepherd, owing to his time being too fully occupied, so a request was sent to the Agricultural Depart ment, asking that M1r O. French, jun., Government Entomologist, might be allowed to lecture to the children. The request was granted, with the re. sult that Mir French, assisulted by Mr Jenkins, Qovernment Lanternist, read andti explained a splendid paper oi 'Insectivorous Birds" on Thursday ivening last. There was a large at ýendance of scholars and friends, who paid great attention 'to the speaker, end were much interested in the fifty pictures shown oni the screen. Most of lie pictures shown were of birds in heir natural surroundings, and in such tositions, which, as stated by Mr [Frenclh, must have taxed the patience if the photographer, Air Mattingly, to Svery great extent. The majority of le audience was familiar with most if the birds referred to, but the ol...
BALNARRING. AN INTERESTING BUDGET OF MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912
BALLAR INC. AN INTEIRESTING BUDGET OF MISCELLANY. It is a long time now since there was a word from the land of the kangaroos. It is just as well to let the public know that Balnarring is still in the same place, and tak ing it all througn, it is as good a place as anywhere else. I under stand the works for the naval base are in progress, which is sure to be a boon to . the few "cockies" who have been for years battling. Bush fires are raging here, and if the hot weather .continues, will do serious damage, as itjis a. good many years since there was` moh fire in this locality. Of course, -it will do a lot of good as well as harm. There is another pest which has made its appearance here - the starlings, which are making a havoc in the orchards. A few young growers are to be seen walk ing about all day long armed to the teeth with weapons and bang ing kerosene cans. The orchardist here thought when they saw the first apple their for tunes were made, but with codlin moth, woolly aphis,...