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CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

CAULFIELD-10ORABBIN COMPE TITION. A GRADE.-2 days' matches, on grounds of first-namedl club: Ellindale v Frankston Frankstou v Gllenhuntly 1alvern District v Frankston Fzankston v Mcstono Frankston v 'akleiglh tt. George's v Frankston' E. Caulfiuld v Fruskston Franukston v Ellindalo Glenhuntly vFrankston Frankston v 'Malvern District Moenton v Frunksuton B GRADE.-2 clay's matches on firstnamed clubs' ground : Frankston v Ellicndal - E. 31. Congs. ' Frankston Frankston v McKissnnon E. \I. Prusb. v Franukston Rosstown v lFrankston E. Caulfield v Frankslon Frankston v Oakleigh Glenlsuntly v Frankstos Frankstou v leutono Caulliceld v Frankston Frankston v salvern District

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Tyabb Annual Sports. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

Tyabb Annual Sports. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. This popular cthetring was held on Monday, January 29th (A.N.A. Day), and there was a gdod attendance of the public. Each event was keenly con tested, and, taken on the whole, times were good. The finishes were mostly close and exciting: - In previous years, the practice of "ringing in" has been resorted to, and this year was no ex ception.. One cycli.t had entered for the boys' race, as well as others, and he was handicapped accordingly. On being "'carpeted" beforo the stewards, he admitted that the age given in his entry form was incorrect, and hlie was re-handicapped; but had the misfor tune to fall in the findl of the two miles rac', and broke his back wheel, this mishap preventing him frenn starting in the final of the mnile event. The thanks, of the committee aste heartily extended to Mr Gibbs, a stew resident, for keeping the piblic enter tained per medium of his fine grapho phone. The social held in the evening was welI atteudedand ...

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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

t GRADE. This is a compctition under auspices of Association tor trophy to be won right out this season. Dec. g lornington v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Hastings ,S 16-Hastings v. Tyabb ,, Somerville v. Morninglon , 23-Somerville v, Tyabb i Alornington v. Hastings Jan r3-Mornington v. Hastings ,, Somerville v. Tyabb 2o-Tyabb'v. Mornington , 24-Mornington v. Tyabb ` ir?2 2-HastS Tyabb akaings , p , -Somervttte v. Morninglon

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Ragged Boys' Home. THE CONCERT ON FEBRUARY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

Ragged Boys' Home. THE CONCERT ON FEBRUARY 17TH. In our advertising columns will be noted the inIl programmne for the Ragrged B.ys Concert, to lbe given in Franks oi oni Saturday, February 17th, which is unidubtedly a brilliant one. It has been widely said that the two previous concerts given for this csuse were the best yet submitted at Frankston,yet it is safe tp say that .this ' ro unie;s whtbiso rinoludeaettbe old favorites and many new and high c!ass artist-, will exceed and surpass all previous programmes submitted in this district. The concert is under the patronage of Sir John and Lady Madden and Miss Madden. Miss Evelyn Ashley, who is reputed to be Victoria's best re-idenit soirano singer, has defi nitely prIlnised to assist. Mr Horace Stevens and 11r WV. E. Lewis are new to Frankst-n audiences and are Mel bourne professional singers at the top of the prosession. iMr A. Bankin is a comediant who is worth going miles to hear. Mr W. Kelly is a sterling elo cutionist. The othe...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

MORNI NGTON. 1-H irrison. L 2-Korner, WV A, auctioneer 3-O'Gorman. SMrs 4-Tot, D. J. B; 4-Dr Somenrs G-J W Doherty 7-Kilpatrirk's Hotel

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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. I1-Brady, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, MIajor,.Ametfield Park" 5-IHay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritchio and Co, T 8-Gramwade, I W, Hyrtoon 9-11r James Grice, "Moondah" 10-Robertson, 11, Selencia 11-2Jaxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor 16-Plowman, A.Mrs 17-Schultz, IV 18-Gregory. AII 1'J-Mackis and Williams, butchers 20-ioxall, A, tutcher 21-Maste ton. 11, 'lubris' 22-DM'lDoawd, [, storekeeper 23-Gamble if, Blacksmith 24-Colline, 11.1., "Gracedale," 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula'

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

- aIERVILLF, 1-Griffetli, 0

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

DROMANA. 1-Jludduck, E 2-CIrmenger, H M1 3-South Chmnnml Lighthouse 4-Edwvards, U S

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Picnics to be Held at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

Picnics to be held at Mornington. Jan. 13, 1912-Sugar Company ,, 16 -Operative Bakers ,, 17-Butcherna Picnic 20-J. Moore and Sons' Employees ,, 22-Dunlop Rubber Co. , 24-Master Dairymen 26,, -Gray Bros.' Engineers ,, 27-City Brick Works ,, 29-Federated Ironworkers ., 30-Iron Workers 31-M1ornington Sports Club Feb. 10-Johns and Waygood Employees 12-Tramway Employes , 14-United Grocers Employees ,, 17-narbour Trust ,,. 20-Police Picnic 21-Bread Carters' Union , 22-Market Gardener , 24-United Wood Workers , 25-Chaff and Grain Mercharts. ,, 26-Victorian Fishmongers. 28-Chaff and Grain Merchnots. March 2-Saddlers , 4-Painters and Decorators 9-Felton, Grimwade and Co. , 16-Wybrow's-Employces - ,, J. J. Miller and Co.

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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 — 10 February 1912

Close Seasons. LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE JAMLE PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. THE WHILE TEAL - All Australian Fanuna (with the exception of Snakes) in the Nat onal Parks and Public Gardens, Acanthizse or Tits. Uabblers, Sears .(see Native Beara), Bee-eaters, Black Cocks tcos, Black Swane, Black.tailed or Bock Pebbler Parro -, I;rcng-winged and other wild pieone, Bu.tard or Wild Turkey, Califorrian Quail, Caterpillar.catekers, Chata (see Ephthianuras), Coach-whip Birds, Cockatoos, black, Cranes-all birds known as Cianes, such as Herons, Egrets, &c.(exceptthe Native.Companion or Aus tralian Crane), Cuckoos, Cackoo.shrikes, Curlews (see Southern Stone.P'lover, &,".) Deer. Loves, Java Turtle, Doves Wild, Egrets (see Cranes, &c.), Emus, Epbthian uras or Chats, Fan.tasls, Fly.catchoers, Frogmouth or Podargus and Alopokes, Grancalus Family,all members of, Berons (see Cranes), Ibis, Java Turtle Doves. IKangarooe, Black...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

C. P. STANWAY I LEADING LIDY'S ANDb GENTLE3IMEN'S -TAILOR ,- 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, STYLE, I'RICE AND QUALITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a 1P.t Card and I will cali on you immediately TeL 19 City ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Nob!e) ----Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY STANDARD-Tne Best Ue-TO-DATE and STYLISII. QUIALIrfY-The Freshest PRICE--The L'west S-e our Flannrletlter, Flannels, Blankets. Calicese, Shrotings, Dress BOOTS AND SHOES Suf, Si, Laces, Ribbons, etc. Of All Kinds and Prices STYLE-The Latest City Valnia in Your Own Town. 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 O0 DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do yon snifer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekbhone? Are you aficted with a sore throat, pains in the ...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

/. THE BANQUET. The visitorswere hospitably en tertained: v: the Franitston: srid Hasting rep entatives,;iartaking of lunch at the Pier Hotel, whierea sumptuous banquet was held in the evening. Cr Ritchie (piesident Af the Frankston and Hastings shire), occupied the chair, and ifter the loyal toast of "The King" had been honored, he proposed 'Our Visitors," referring to the aleasure his council felt at meeting ;he Mornington representatives at :ricket, which, for the second time, is side had won. He hoped the ,ames would be made an annual tffair, and be always as enjoyable is the two played so far. Cr Murray, in supporting the oast, jocularly sympathised with fornington'in their defeat.. He as pleased to be present amdngst uch good iompany; aid hoped the amnes would be arranged more fre uently in the future. OrOates endorsed, and added hat they were all.pleased to meet gain in a pleasant and . enjoyable ame, and looked foirward to the ext match. Cr Barrett (president of the lorningt...

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Flinders Cricket Club. ANNUAL CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

Flinders Cricket Club. ANNUAL CONCERT AND) BALL. The anusal concert and ball of the Flindera cricket club was held on Monday, January 29th, and proved a most enjoyable function, as well "as being very successful financially. The funts of the club will benefit to the extent of £12. A fine musical programme was supplied by visiting and district art ists, and the audience was by no .my ens,baclkward.iazo s ingsa ts preciatian. -It ispertlps not out of place to say that Miss Burman's sing ing of the 'Ave Maria,' with piano and violin accompaniment by Mrs Puckle and Mr H. Marshall-Hall, was a musical treat, such as is too seldom heard in Flinders. The position of chairman was filled by Dr Spark, vice president of the club, in his well-known capable manner, and at the conclusion of the programme he tendered the thanks of the club to all who had contributed to the programme and rendered assistance in other ways. The hall was then cleared for danc ing, which was kept up by a large number of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

Ragged Boys' Home, Frankston. Graid inal Concert In aid f the Building Fund of above, to be held in IMechanics' Hall, - Frankston, .....O...o... Saturday, February 17th, STARTING AT OLARTER TO EIGHton SHARP. Under the patronage of Sir John and Lady Madden, and Miss Madden, who will Draw Art Union in connection with above at Interval of Concert. PEEFORaS-ts-Miss Madden, daughter of Ris-Honor, Sir John Madden; ,M iss Evelyn Ashley, the talented soprano, who is reputed to be elbourne's best sprano; Mfiss Lilian Adams the ift - lsb- be seen iii elocutioiaiy numbers, Miss Hobson was understudy for Miss Lily Brayton ; Miss Mercie Flitton, the excellent contralto, whose pleasing expression in singing has made her famous; Miss Eily Cullen, the brilliant elocutionist, who is reputed to have no superiors in this State; Mr Jack Peppard, the clever Irish comedian ; Mr A. Rankin, the funniest of comedians, a clever artist, new to Frankstop; Mr Pat. Coleman, the popular bass; Mr Horace Stevens an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER ysoasne." MORNINCTON, Ezecate. all ksed of WTrch, CLOCK JEWELLE :Y and SPECIAL MEPAIR'. Glasres and keys fitted. Orders can be left with -'e-rs Annear Broe, Mrning. ton; `!r.P.udduek, tr msns; fwasr, ansn anr `ons someriile; or Car rier. Messr Ca rns end Witli an', who Fpass - Cyebnk" daily EStimates riven I for repairs. if desired. before proceedine with thm. t;-rds of severy description connectel with th" trade, irc.udieg the most up.to-dte ms ca of watches ru. mitted for approval. Castomera visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTOJ. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels soa Lngga!e received and promptly delivered. 1 Ho..e_ sal Vehicles for hire. Prices resaobhle i etters an Telenrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-stroet, Frankston, Families W`ited .n for Ordr......... Prime 3Meat Osly K-pt. ............. Smai: Gooe of Every Ds "t. ' ' Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins Bought............. Phrmaceutical ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

LOCAL AND GENERAL During the week over four tons of fish, pot including oysters, were sent from Stony Point in one day. Several large bags of wild duck were secered at the opening of the season at Hastings and French Island. Miss Dalman, Mornington, notifies in another column that she has- en gaged an expert dressmaker from the city, and undertakes all kinds of sewing, eta, On February 21st;, Messrs Duncan and Weller will sell for Mr G. Chitty, who is leaving Frankston for Queens land, the whole of his furgiture, etc. Particulars amre advertised in this issue. - Hastings is at last coming into prominence as a seaside resort, and has had a record season -for visitors, every place of accommodation being well patronised. The improvements to the township and district(especiaily near the railway station) speak well for the near future. Over 98 acres of land near Long Island have changed hands to various owners during the present year. At the Cranbourne shire council meeting on Saturday C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

W ANTED Known that JOB PRINT ING of all descriptions can be executed at the STANDARD Ofice. Support local industry, give us a trial, and keep your money in the district. W. LOBI3B ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL SAGENT. MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON. AGENT FOR CoxxxBCIAL' UNON FIR! . Notice. `r.. AMeESFIELD PAnK, S MoRNINGTON. EITHER TRAPPING nor RAB N BITIEG in any form is allowed on n above Estate without permission d Persons so offending will be treated as - Tres" "sers e CHARLES W. CAMPBELL. If You Want a SBICYAJLE B- :B-.-d Yý.C L- E t Or any part of same ---CONSULT US- S We can SupplyYour Wants, also Save You Money; CROFT BROS., tSOMERVILLE. BUSY, BUSY, ALWAYS BUSY. - G. H. BLUNDEN, Baker, Psntrycook, and Caterer, l BAY STREET, FRANKSEON, -"ý HI otltuths4ýho: "aol.ad. visitors of Franketon for their patronage durin the past year, and trusts y always suppying the Best Articles and Studyig their Wishes to receive a con tinuation of the same Mr BIlunden also wishes to intimate that he has c...

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An Interesting Police Court Case. WINE CAFE LICENSEE BEFORE THE BENCH. RESULT OF CAMPERS' PLEASANT SUNDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

SAn Interesting Police Court Case. WINE CAFE LICENSEE BEFORE THE BENCH. RESULT OF CAM1PERS' I'LEA SANT SUNDAY AFTERNOON. BeLfre Mr P. Cohen, P.M., at the Frank-ton Police Court on Mon dcv. Inspector Keane proceeded ag in-t Mlabel Saunders, if the "ilia Mia" cafe, Carrum, for having certain persons on her licensed ip .uises during prohibited hours, viz.. Sunday, October 29th. Defendatit, for whom L. RI. N. Utiher app1eared, pleaded not guilty. Aft-r outlining the facts of the cas- for the prosecutor, Inspector Keatc called as a witness, Censtable B. J. Evans, stationed at Cheltenham, who, with Con stable Thynne, of Bentleigh. was on spiial licensing duty on Sunday, ")!th October. They vi-ited the 'Miea Mia" wine cafe, and found in the bar parlor four young men, whke names and addresses were t' --. Tnue licensee, in answer to - c ... - .the.men-a were eam;wrs, living on her property, and that the men rented the land from her. Cross-examined by MJIr Utber: There were no signs of liquor...

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The Rainfall. AT MOOROODUC. FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 February 1912

The Rainfall. AT MOOROODUC. FOR JANUARY. Mr Alfred R. Bates, "Pine Hill," re- ports the following rainfall at Moorooduc for the month of January— 5th .... 18 points 10 .... 20 points 11th .... 15 points Total .... 53 points.  

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Suicide at Mornington. A GRUESOME DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 February 1912

Suicide at Mornington. A GRUESOME DISCOVERY. On Sunday morning last, the dead body of an elderly man was discovered in the scrub near Mr Harris' property on the lMt Martha road, by Mr Hamilton Webster (a visitor), who Wits taking a walk. Constable Step liens was informed, and had the body r?eitoved" tothtle lieie'etritiori,1ttid ititt fled the coroner. The man's identity is unknown. lie was about 60 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches in height, of stout build, bald, with a fringe.cf grey hair at the hack of th6 hea,, grey moustouche, and a complete set of fal'e troth. Decease wore a dark tweed suit, brown felt ha', silk shirt, turned down collar, a red dish tie, lace-up boots, both sol a patched. Among the contents of hin pockets were two sovereigns, three shillings, and three pence in silver, a pair of smoked glasses, a pair of spec tacles, an open face silver watch- and chain with two heart pendants nt tachred. A largo whisky flask, eon taining a few drops ofspirits was was lyin beside...

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