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MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. B GRADE. Mornington journeyed to Hast ings on Saturday, and were beates, by the locals for the first time for the season, scoring 39 against the locals' 63. R. Lewis (31 not out) was the only batsman .to reach double figures for the day. Scores HsTINOss. W. Mentiplay, c, b Harrison 1 A. Denham, b Harrison ... 1 I. Lewis, not out ... 81 A. Sheehey, c, b Harrison, ... 2 T. Roberts, b Parsons ... 7 T. Mentiplay, c, b Harrison, 4 T. Roberts, b Parsons - ... 5 W. Ford, b Parsons ... 0 S. Orsino, b Cavill .... O 0 W. Cusworth, b Parsons ... 5 Rev. Davis, b Parsons .,, 2 Sundries ... 5 Total ... 68 Bdwling-F. Parsons, 5 for 22 ; G. Harrison, 4 for 27; W. Cavill, 1 for S;' C. Box, 0 for 7. MoiR\soTAro. W. Cavill, b Cusworth 5 F, Parsons, c, b T. Mlentiplay 9 N.. Freeman, b Cusworth .. 0 G. Harrison,-b T. Mentiplay 3 C. Box, l.b w., b T. lMentiplay ; E. I. Nye, b Cusworth .. 2 H. Gould, not out 5. J. Hutchins, run out . ... 1 B. Persons, b T. Roberts ... 0 A. Thompson...
SOMERVILLE v. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
SOMERVILLE v. FLINDERS. This match was played on Saturday, February 3rd, between the above teams, when the former team scored a victory over the visitors. The scores are :- SOMERsVILLF. S. S. Gault, retired . 35 K. Webb, c Willis, b J. Davis 19 W. Hutchinson, c \Vestaway; b Willis 21 F. Gregory, b Willis ... 20 F. Murray, b J. Davis ...- 9 J. Taylor, b Willis ... A. Martin, b Willis . 3 L. Gregory, not out ... 8 If. Croft. not out 20 Sundries 10 Total for 7 wickets . ' 46 Bowling-J. Davis, 2 for 50; Willis, 4 for 43, FLINDERS. W. Cleave, b T. Taylor ... 19 - Willis, b F. Murray 9 Davies, b K. Webb 24 C. Vansuylen, c F. Gregory, b Taylor.: 7 Rigley, b Taylor .. Petersen, b K. Webb " I 1 Bencraft, b F. Murray 6... T. Frazer, not out .. Total Bowlin--F Murray, 2 for 38 J. Taylor, 3 for o ; K. Webb, 2 for 1.
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
LOCAL AND -CENERAL SWe have been shown a fine sample of potatoes of the Vermont variety, grown by Mr (G. Upton, at L.ngwarria North. Some of the tubers measure 9 inches in length, and weigh up to 15 lbs each. A Missouri editor refuses to publisli obituary notices of people who, while living, failed to subscribe to his paper. He says: 'People who do not take 'their home paper are dead, anystay, and their more passing away is of no news value. It is notified in this issue that the well known business of the Two Bay's Nur series, has been floated into a proprietary company, to be known as the Two Bays Nurseries and -Orchard Company, Pty, Ltd, We wish the old business with the new name cbntinued prosperity. Mr Patrick O'Connor-the Irish Giant-who is touring Australia, paid a visit to Morninglon on Tuesday last, and expressed delight at the beautiful scenery there. O'Connor is 8 feet 3 inches. in height, and a native of Tipperary, Ire land. - The many friends of the Rev. II. Wal lace, wh...
SOMERVILLE v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
SOMERVILLE v. TYABB. This match was played between the abovo named teams on Saturday, on the ground of the former, the result being a win for the visitors by 29 runs. Scores TYAIIB. H Denham, c, b Thlornell, ... 12 J Grant, c, b ,, .. 8 A E Denham, b ,, ... 1 W Baker, at, b . ... 5 L Incigneri. c, b Murray, 1 G Slocombe, not out, ... 58 II Unthank c,b Thornell, ... 6 F Mills, b , ... N Floyd, c, b Murray, ... 8 L Peterson, not out, 11 Sundries - ... ... 11 Total ... ... 120 SOMERVILLE. S S Gault, c, b Floyd, ... 10 H Croft, c, b J Baker, ... 7 0 Thornell, c, b ~ ... 18 J Moore, e, b Floyd. ... 4 J Taylor, l.b,w., b Mills, ... 12 I Webb, e, b ., ... G Reed, not out, ... 19 F Murray, c, b Floyd, ... 9 LCole, , ...b 0 C Coleman, b ,. ... 1 T Fraser, b Mills, ... 0 Sundries ... ... 2 Total ... ... 911 Dowling--J. Baker, 2 for 31; Floyd, 5 for 30 ; F. Mills, 3 for 15.
Market Reports. DANDENONG HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
SMarket Reports. DANDENONG HORSE SALE. Saturday, '17th February. Alex. Beiot. and Co., report: a fair yarding inoluding soma nice draughts and ponies. Draughts wer much, easier, hbut good ponies and a good- slss of light horses sold well, other descrip tioits dull.-DrauShts to `£47, ponies to £21 10s, two lots to £28 10s, de livery, horses to £26?harness sorfs and hacks £12 to £16, 1.2 ponies to£14, small ponies to £6 10s.·:
CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS v. FLINDERS. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
C CRICKET. -4--- PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS v. FLINDERS. A GRADE. Never venture never win I After a house to house canvas for players; the Hastings A. team could only muster four players to journey to play Flinders at Flinders last Saturday. Messrs D. Reid (capt.), Carmichael, Ward, Mentiplay-all true lovers of sport-left Hastings to represent the team, and suc ceeded in making a draw with Flinders. D. Reid's 123 not out, made in fine style, was a credit to the Hastings' "forward," and a lesson to those who remained be hind. His score included 11 fours, 9 threes, 17 twos,. and 18 singles, only giving a chance at 117. M. Carmichael also batted well for 25 runs. The visitors were hospitably received by the ladies, and the trip to Flinders can always be reckoned an enjoyable day's. outing. The scores are : °D.: Reid, noaoout * :', ,:, ..,i 123 M1. Carmichael, c, .b Davis '..:' 25 E. Ward, not out ... 10 Sundries ... ... 4 Total for 1 wicket .... 162 Bowling-J. Davis, 1 for 52; A. ...
DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Sin D.LNDENONG ;MARKBEIT : TrUESDAY, FEBUARY 20 A: Alex. Scott : and Co.,:. report :-A full.tupply of dairy cattle yarded, in cluding some choice -quality' eowi, which demanded keen-. competition (one Jersey cow making £14 5);I, prices all round being much firmer. Some of the. principal lots as follows : .-Milkers-4 to £14 Ss, 2 to £11, I at £10, i at £9 2s 6d, 3 at £8 7s 6d, 3 to £7 15,, 1 at £7 12s Gd, 4 to £6 15s, 2 to £7. 2 to £7 15s, 2. to £5 17s 6,1, 4 to £9 15s. Springers-20 to £8, 1 at £8 10s, 2 to £6 5s, 2 to £6 2s 6d, I at £6, 3 to £8 10s, 2 to £5 12s 63. Store cattle-About the usual num ber yarded and no alteration in prices. Pigs-A heavy supply of fats forward and prices were much.firmer for bacon. while pork remained about the same ; bacon: prime horvy 46s to-50?, medium 48s to 45s, lihbt 40e to 42s , pork: heavy 229 to 24s, medium 10s to 21s, light 1.s to 18s ;1, stores to lie, slips to 8s, suckers almost un saleable, best to 5s, others from Is 6d. Oalds - About the us...
A Returned Voyager. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
A Returned Voyager. Mr "Jack" Murphy, the squire of Langwarrin, has (says the Journal) returned to Dandenoug after a visit ts Ireland, and expre'ses himself ao heartily p'eased to tread Australian soil once again. Mfr Murphy had an' enjoyable trip to the land of his birth, rilatives and old friends, but withal pins his faith to the country of his adoption. The climate at the Anti podes seems to maintain its consistency of awfulnese, and it is well that Sunny Australia has undeniab'e attractions in this respect. A chat with Mr Murphy will prove interesting; his remarks are racy of the soil and bear out the general experiences of those who pay a visit to the old country after years of sojourning here. In Ireland the system of land purchase from the big landlords, and the consequent nmelioration of the small tenant through his gaining an occupancy of form land on better terms-we might say most liberal terms-has made a marked difference in the welfare of the people. AMr Murphy has had s...
THE ORCHARDIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
THE ORCHARD IST Another harvest, has been gained, the last tree has been bared; The orchardist now. knows his fate; 'he knowsjust how he's fared. For many years lhe- struggled on: he had enough to do, But now he sees a, gleam of hope, and feels, that he'll pull, through. '1 he codlin moth had woolly blight :were hard to.keep in check, There's bitter pit and fungus spot he's got to beat.them yet.. There's scorching heat and stormy gales, and sundry hailstorms too; He's got to see these things all out, before his -work is through. Now after manry weary months of care his fruit is looking nice; A rosy bloom each. apple sh'dws, just the kind to fetch. a price. They look so teimpting on the tree, the starlings stay to taste,: cndgsoongthea Pdit too 'andthei tlhey comein:swarms at early, morn, they stay the whole day long; They. screech and. chuckle at. their work, this commandeering throng, He's conquered all the orchard pests; he beat them one by one, But now he feels a sickening dread,...
Complimentary Social and Presentation. TO MR AND MRS J. ALLISON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Complimentary Social and Presentation. TO MR AND MRS J. ALLISON. A very pleasant social gathering taok place in the Mechtnics' Institute, Mlornington, on Monday night last, when about 130 persons were present, consisting of menmbers of the Court Star of Morningtou A.O.F. and local residents, who assembled for the pur pose of biddingadieu to Mr and Mrs James Allison, prior to their leaving Mornington for the metropolis. During the evening, Mr Allison (who has been a member of the aboveo order for 25 years) was presented with a very pretty gold medai for past services, suitably inscribed. Bro. F. Bergland, who made the presentation on behalf of the lodge, spoke in the highest terms of Bro. Allison as a rmember,·ana expresaas g greaawace ns departure. Mr Allison was also the recipient of a handsome silver-mounted lady's umbrella. The company, after spending a most enjoyable time at games, songs, recita tions and dancing, dispersed at 2 a.m. after singing Auld Lang Syne.
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Newspaper Law. 1. Eubc-riters who do not give express notice to the cntrary are considered as wishing to COTrnwE their subscriptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontine Hance of their periodicals, the published masy continue to send them until AnBBagS are paid. 3. If Tubcrihers refuse or neglect to take poriodicals from the office to which they aye directed, they are KisooxsIrsa until they hare sett'ed their bills, and ordered the periodicals :o be discontinued. 4. If souernbers remore to other piaces without info mino the publih-r., an.i the papers are sent to their. forme, direction, the subscribers are responsible. - 5, IfE ubcribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give Norss cto the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not" wish to con tinnetaking it. otherwise the publisher is authoris&dtosend on, and the subrcri. b[,r will be responsible unless an egxres Dote, and payment of arrears.
DROMANA. SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
DROMANA. 8I0W. Owing to the fact that the date of the Flinders show clashes with that of the Dromana show, it has baen de cided to hold the local one on Friday, March 15th. Application fora public holiday on that date has been made, and subscriptions for the show *are coming in freely. The fol'owing offi. cers of the Society have been selected: -President, Dr Weld; Vice-preai. dents, Messrs G: Hoskins and G. W. Debney ; Treasurer, MrJ. Boag; See retary, Mr A. V. Shaw. CEMETEnY NOTES. In the recent bush fire a large por tion of the cemetery fence was destroyed. The trustees recently in spected the ground ,and have ar ranged for the renewal of the fencing. ACCIDENT. A painful accident latly happened to Mr Smith, of the Cape Schuick lighthouse staff. He was driving into Droman s when, in thle main street, his horse suddenly shied, with the result that Mr Smith was thrown from his seat to ih- roadway and rendered unconscious. -First'aid was tendered, by a visitor, and Dr Weld -mummoned ...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Obituary. The death of Mr James Sproule, which occurred on Saturday at his town residence, 'Cleatto,' Princess street, Kew, has removed one of the pioneers of the Australian pastoral industry. The deceased gentleman (says the "Age") who was born at Dromore, county Tyrone, in the North of Ireland, arrived in Aus tralia when a young man by the ship Olwen Lang in 1854, and al most imimediately heentered upon pastoral, pursuits in Nove South Wales, becoming manager for Messrs Jas. and Henry Osborne, then well known squatters. For many years he was manager of Momalong station, and subse quently, in partnership with Mr J. S. Horsfall, purchased that station. In 1893 he sold out of Momalong, and coming to Victoria bought a property in Bacchus Marsh, where he resided for some some years. lie afterwards atquired a property at Flinders, which he made his country head quarters. He has left a widow and grown up family of two sons and six daughters. The remains of the deceased goqtle man were re...
Military E[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
About 100 men and 90 odd horses, with zuna, waggons, and necessary equipm ent constituting the battery of tihe Permanent Field Artillery, arrived at Frankston on Tuesday evening on th. ir way to Cape Schanck, Where they will engage in field and general. prac ti,, for a few weeks. The horses were fe-h. and same trouble on the road was can-ed, a couple of jibs having to Ihe rep'aced. Bombardier. Jeffersen hal the. misfortune to have his leg bhrken whilst on the road between r1.:hurne and Frankston, through his h-r-e bucking and throwing him oft The mmn bivouacked at Frankoton ,m Tuesday night under the ti-tree on the M?,rnington road; the men had a 0 t.ple of hours off, - nd enjoyed them. i.elves in the township. Oliver's Hill caused trouble for come of the teams drawing the heavier !otrlo, and it was with difficulty the well known hill was surmounted. The counci: at last meeting accepted a terlier for over £1000 to re gr;ad the hill, conditionally on securing further Governmentassist...
Mornington Swimming Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Mornington Swimming Club. A meeting of the above club was held on Thursday evening, the 15th inst, Mr R. Ford in the chair.- The secretary ('iss Bucher) produced the handbook of the Victoria Ama teur Swimming and Life Saving Association, also a letter from the same body wishing the club success and promising support. The treasurer's report showed a very healthy state of affairs, the mem I)ership totalling, 84, all paid up, and the balance in hand after meeting all liabilities £2 12s. It was decided to hold an aquatic carnival at the end of March or early in April, the date being left openpending a reply from Mr Beaurepaire as to a date suitable for him. The thanks of members is due to the President of the club (Dr Somers) for his lessons in restora tion and his promises to teach the club whatever he can with the pleasure he invinces in the noblest of all exercises,-"Life saving."
Cricketers' Outing. EDMENTS TEAM AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
O ricket'ers'biOuting. EDAMENT'S TEAMB AT SOM1ER - .VILLE. (By Outfield). On the 27fit January a team from lie city, Edments and Co., arrived at Somerville by the evening traiin. A: social and - dance was held in the evening, proceeds towards the local cicklet club, which was very success ful. A.r 9has. Murray acted as chairman, and gave the visiting team is hearty welcome, stating that hlie would like to see them again next year. Mr S. S. Gault elco:unel the team on behalf of the cricket club, at the same time thanking ill those who had contributed towatds making the eveniig such apleasant. one. MrrH. fCroft seconded his captain's remarks, ,when all joined in "For they arcejolly good fellows." Mr Sheedy replied. On Sunday the visitors, accompanied by Mesisrs Keast at d Croft, started for Stony Poitit at 6.30 a.m. in a :couple of-dragai. T weather was perfect. After 'tures' takea n beard; excellent time. were impres.t sed with Cowes, with its nice beach and lovely scenery. Alex. Fin...
Picnics at Mornington. FIVE IN FIVE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Picnics at Mornington, FIVE IN FIVE DAYS. L..t week was a record for pic nics : t "lornington. On Sunday the North ~!elbourne loco. football club i]eld their first bay trip; on Mlolday the MlcKay Harvesting Co's picnic was held ; on Tuesday, the Police; on Wednesday, the iBread Carters' Union; Thursday, Market Gardeners', and then on Siturdav the Quarrymen and the United Wood Workers by boats and the O.K. Jam Factory by s?ecial train. The sports pro granane on Wednesday last, at the Bread Carterb' Union picnic was the best that has taken place so far. In the one mile open bicycle race there were 32 competitors and :10 in the two miles bicycle race. From 5 to 7 started in each heat, and very close finishes ensued. Not fine accident occurred during the d .y. The footracing was also very good. The whole of the picnics were well attended, and very orderly, especially the police pic nic.
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 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 1" Then "Is it needful ?"-in your mind; Give truthful answer; and the next, If you are tempted to reveal A tale to you someone has told, Ise last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?" And if, to reach your lips at last, It passes through these gateways three, Then you inmay tell the tale, nor fear " What the result of speech may be.
SORRENTO. DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
SORRENTO. DEATH. The many friends of Mr and Mrs J. Wooster and family, of Sorrento, will learn with deep regret of the death of their second eldest daughter, Grace, which took place on the 7th February at Sorrento, after a very brief and sudden ill- ness. The deceased young lady was held in very high esteem by a large circle of friends and will be much missed in the town. The funeral, which took place at Sor- rento cemetery, was very largely attended, the local branch of the A.N.A., being well represented. The floral tributes were very num- erous and beautiful. An impres- sive burial service was held at the graveside by Mr J. F. Anderson, of the local Presbyterian church,
Picnics at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912
Picnics:at Mornington.i '16-Operative laker . ' ? -J oore and ;nrm' 'Employees ,. 22 -Dunlnp Rilbber Co... ' ?524-.Ma3ter Dairymen ' 26-GrayBros.' Eneineers 27-City Brick Works 29-Federated Iroriworkers,. 30- Trin Workers 3i-M? '31 in?ton Sports Club Feb. 10-Jolns and Wamygond Empleyoes i":12-'T'ramway E;mployes ":; 1~4-Uided Grocers9 mployeesi ,;17-I-arboi?Tl'rust I , 20Police Picnic , 21-Bread Carters'· inon . 22,, arket Gardener 24-Ui?iti d WVoodr?i'orkers , 25-Chaff andiGrain erclh ia ts':. 26, -iotorian Fisliinoegers.T ": ,, 28-Chaff and Grain MtIerchants: ':". March 2-Saddlersa : :.. ? ,, 4-Painters and Decrators ,, 9-Felron, Grimwade and.Co. ,, 16-Wybrow's,Employees . ,,J. J. JMiller and Co.