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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

U=icipal 2libtices. - Shire of Frankston and Hastings. BY-LAW No. 21. A BYLAW r f the Shire of Frank. ston and Hlastings, made under I sect'on 198 of the Loctl Government Act, 1903, and rumbered for (A) Rerulating and restraining the erec!isn and construction of buildings, erecti?,ns or hoardings. (n) Requiring the hulling down and removal of buildings, erections or hiardinns. (c) Athurising the Council to pull down and remove buildings, erections or hoardings, erected or constructed contrary to any such By-law, or not pulled down or removed as required by or under such By-law, and to sell the materials, and apply the proceeds in reimbursing the expenses of pulling dawn and removing such buildings, erections or hoardings, and in paying into the municipal fund any fees or i det uby he ownura hereof charged and received by the Council for any act done or to be done by any of its officers under such regulations, and for any permit or licence to be issued by the Council. This By-law sha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and -. JEWELLER cye.'ana." MORNINGTON, £xee.u esl ktl-dt' 'I WATCH, CLOCK J.::WELI.E .Y and . sPECfIL 1: .PAUE. which tder.acicib N~un and ion=, .merrille; or Car. riers. eure, Ceairr.s not Wi;ii- v, w th ,a's " Clydehsnk" daily F.tim it.,? srven for repairs, f desired. befo e prrroeeing with them. Gi. ds of .-crv description consecite with the trard, irnc uding thq m-st up.to-dstn mites u f wat:h-s ubh witted for apnroraL Castor ers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO - PRIEFOR, FaAN KSTON. Cabs 1Mint all Trains. Parcis and Lu-zrswe re~eoive ar.d promptly delivered. loses awl Vohirces far hire. -Pr:eos rtesAouble atter and Teleeramc prompt'y atton!ed A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Famalie. Waitel .'n for 0 -4r ........ Prime Moat O.-y K-. ................. Smsi: Goo.s of Every Ps i:.tcion Freh DAi'v glides and Sknin; B:V at .............. F. G. CqIAMBIElIN, Phrmaceutical & Dispensing S I FRANKSTON Latest Drugs &a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

Bereavement Notice. MR and MRS PETRIE and FAMILY   of the late H. PROSSER, of Ber- rigan, desire to THANK their many friends   for their kind expressions of sympathy   during their recent sad bereavement. - MORNING" .. ' 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" - Telephone No. 6, Frankston. SATURDAY, FE BRUARY 24.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

L. R. N. UTBER, Solicitor, ... FRAN K STON....... MlAY be consulted at private residence. l. Mornington Road, or at office of J. Nott Marsh!, Bay Street. MELBOURNE ADDRESS H. W. Hunt and ULber, Modern Chamberp, 317 Collins-street; I Trust Moneys to Lend;on-;Iortgage. Notice. AMESFIE L PARK, SMORNINGTON. NEITHER TRAPPING nor RB BITING in any form is allowed on above Estate without permission Persons so offending will be treated as Tre.a .sers CHARLES W. CAMPBELL. Watchmaker and Jeweller, 0. 8. HIDDLESTONE Of ALBERP PARK and PORT MEL. . BOURNE, wvill Visit FRANKSTON--londays and -Thursdays HASTINGS-Tuesdays SOMERVILL E-Wednesdays EVERY WEEK ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED. William S. :Cook, Solicitor, MELBOURNE ADPRESS, Prell's Buildings, 60 Queen Street. Attends Frankston on Court Days Hastings, second Saturday in month I Dromana Counc 1 days, Mo-nington High School.. TANTI AVENUE, -MORNINGTON- Day and Boarding School. ITHE Course of Instruction includes I all the branches of a Superior Engli...

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A Record Piano Order. 21 WERTHEIM-AUSTRALIAN PIANOS FOR ONE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

A Record Piano Order. 21 WERTHEIM-AUSTRALIAN PIANOS FOR ONE COLLEGE. The surest indication of the true value of a pianoforte lies in the And when written and spoken testimonials of appreciation from musical critics are followed by orders, no doubt is left" that the good opinion is very genuine. When a leading college proceeds to instal a complete new equipment of no less than twenty-one pianos it may be taken for granted that the decision was arrived at for many good reasons. The Methodist Ladies' College, Hawthorn, Melbourne, owes its great success and popularity to its policy of securing for the service of the College the very best of every thing. Acting on this principle, it decided to put in a new piano equipment, and its choice, quite naturally, fell on Wertheim-Aus tralian pianos. But before such a large order was placed, the College management subjected the instru ments to a comprehensive test. Early in 1911, they ordered several Wertheim pianos, and the test was so satisfact...

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Ragged Boys' Home Frankston. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. CROWDED ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

Ragged Boys' Home Frankston. SUCCESSFCL CONCERT. CROW DED ATTENDANCE. The concert given on' Saturday ev ning last in the Mechanics' lall. Frankston, in aid of the lui.iling fund of the above horne. can sai!y be said to be one of the le-t ye' held in the district, and it is th.l.uht the proceeds will be alna, t.£20. Many of the Morning ton road lealing towns folk were present, including the Misses Madden, M.rs Pat Oslorne, Major and Mrs Camplell and party, C.aIttin and Mrs Collins and party. ard Mr and Mrs Stewart. Th'f overture was played with ac;:uriy byv Mi-s Ada Ritchie, ti.eo Mr Ogivilie sang 'Lighterman Ton' in a pleasing manner, and later 'The Bandelero.' for which he was duly applauded. Miss Lilian n... `", .. 'h 1')ar 7 which are this a"prano oftra so ?t '"to do her gift full justice. Her interpreta tion was excellent, and Miss Reid is rightly reputed to be Australia's l~ct re-ident -oprano singer; she re?irtvd avirifierous encore, and bowed acknowledgment. Later 3iss Rei5l ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

C. P. STANWAY LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMFN'S -TAILOR, 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, STYL'F, PRICE AND QIUALfTY OP GOODS A FEATUBE DrT o me a rost'Cid and I will cali on you immd'diately aTeL l7GCCity ANNEAR BROS. SCLate Jas. Nob'e) ---aRailey Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. STANDARD-The Best QUALITY-The Freshest PRICE-The Lowest BOOTS AND SHOES Of All Kinds and Prices DRAPERY & MILLINERY Ui' TO-DATE an I STYLISH. See r ar Fianntl-tter, Flannels, Blankets, CalicoeF, Shretia=p, Dress Stuafs, Si ke, Lacee, Ribbone, etc. 'u+.CirtVla iý'os'Owlwný.ý SATISFACTION PLEDGED BY US. - GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE. Ironmongery and Crockery, a Good Stock always on Hand BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TOWN OR COUNTRY. Higbest Prices Given for all kinds Farm and Dairy 'Produce . DO DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do Jou suffer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekbone? Are you aficted with a sore throat, p...

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Methodist Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 February 1912

Methodist Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. On unday last thed anniversary services of the methodist sunday school, Somerville, were celebrated, when Mr Walters preached three times to interested and appreciated attendances. The congregations were large, especially so in the evening, when extra seating had to he pirovided. The children ren dered special singing at all the services, and acquited themselves remarkably well. Miss Annie B.trber offliciated at th.- organ with very great taste. The church was leautifully decorated - under the supervision of Mrs Alf. Th.,rnell. The entertainment given by the children on Monday evening was of a very Iigh order, and Miss Annie IBarber and Misa Fiorrie Unthank are to ble comeplimented on the de gree of efficiency attained by the children under their tuiton. Mr Allan Corlet' occupied . the chair. Mr W. Barber gave an interesting addrces, and "also the financial re peri. which showed a credit balance of £7 odd at the end of the financial yea...

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The Churches. ST. PETER'S, MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

The'Churches. ST. PETER'S, MORWINGTON. The following extracts are taken from the annual report presented by the vestry to the parishioners of St. Peter's Mornington: To T HE PARISnioNERS, The Vestry rejoice that they can report a favorable and successful year. There was a fear lest the very great efforts made by the P,.rishioners to celebrate the jubi Ice might have hindered the pro giessive work, but the work begun at the Jubilee has continued. The attendance at Divine Worship has t been a source of great satisfaction. The number of Communicants has & increased, and the Sunday School has made steady progress through out the year. Last year's report c gave the account of the Jubilee with the various gifts, but during the present year Jubilee gifts con tinued to be presented. Mrs James Grice, of "Moondah," gave a Read ing Desk in memory of her father, t the late Mr Somner. A handsome window in memory of the late Captain and Mrs Freyer, presentedr by their daughters, Mra Perri...

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Hastings Mechanics' Hall. DESTROYED BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

Hastings Mechanics' Hall. DESTROYED BY FIRE. 5 The Hastings Mechanics' Hall I was totally destroyed by fire early on Thursday morning. A social party was held in the building, dis- r persing about 3 a.m., when every thing was thought to be safe. The outbreak was noticed shortly I after 4.30 a.m., but despite the efforts made by a number of resi dents, the ihall, with its contents, was burnt to the ground. It is stated that a fire had been lit in the supper room to boil the water for the coffee for the wedding party, but it was thought to have been safely put out. The building is insured for £200. The piano and I library, etc., were also destroyed.

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. of There was a very large attendance of fruitgrowers at the monthly meet. in, held in the Mechanics' Institute ig on Monday evening last. Cr Geo. -e Griffeth (president) occupied the chair.. ip Amongst the correspondence was a le letter from Mr Geo. Reed, stating s. that the children at the State school .s had to take up a science subject or r, study a local industry. Mr Reed it. asked if any member of the Association As would be willing to impart instruc 1- tions on one of the more important of tt the many local industries. Several of the members offered their services. e A letter was read from Stott's College, e stating th:at they hid secured the ser vices of an American app'e packer, e and asking if the Society would like p to have a demonstration of American methods jf packing. The s cretary was to arrange for show day if matters could be fixed up.-From the Morn. I ington shire secretary, stating that a holiday had be n pr:clsimed for r Marc...

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Picnics at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

Picnics at l0fornington. 4P-6 •arch 2-Saddlers 4-Painters and Decorators , 9-Felton, Grimwade and Co. ,, 16-Wybrow's Employees n J. J. Miller and Co.

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OUR LETTER BOX. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) THAT LAMP AT SOMERVILLE TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

OUR LETTER BOX. We do not nrcessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pendents.) THAT LAMP AT SOMERVILLE IO TIlE EDITOR. Sir,-In reply to A.C.W.'S last letter le damaged street lamp, that it was not caused by the outer door being unfastened. Both door and lamp were found by a resident of the town a considerable distance from the lamp post, and were placed by him at the post, where I found it on going to light the lamp on the Sunday night. This I can prove and ask for an apology pro mised. Will A.C.W. please sign his name in full as the initials are not sufficient. Yours, ote, JAMES THOMAS, Contractor, Somerville.

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Mornington Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

Mornington Court -of Petty Sessions. Thursday, 29th February, 1912, before Messrs P. Cohen P.M. and J. G. Barrett J.P. Constable Stephens proceeded against George Barber, of Port Mel bourne, advertising agent, on it charge of defacing' certain fencing by painting certain writing thereon within the township of Mornington, on the 27th January last. Defen dant did not appear, and war fined 20s, in'default seven days'. impris onment. John Evans v. Annie Murphy, claim for wages due and wages in lieu of one week's nbtice--:E45s 6d. Mr W. S. Cook,' appeaiid forthlie defendant, and there was no ap pearance of complainant. The case was struck out, with 21s costs. Dr'J. L. Edgeworth Somers ob tained an order against .Frederick Powell, for £2 13s 6d, for profess ional attendance. A carrier's licence was granted to Mr Stanley Parsons, for a lorry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

-talter Ui. Jennalgs, TEACHER OF SINGING, Voice Production, Correct Breath ing, Phrasing, &c. Op- a. Oratorio, Ballads and Italian Son;-. VISITS FRASNKSTON SATURDAYS and MONDAYS. P riate AdIress - "Dalgabena, BLaCKBURN. HIS DUTY TO SPEAK OF CL[ElM TS TODIC BECAUSE IT MADE A NEW MAN OF HIM Many thousands of persons suf fer from stomach and liver troubles yearly, because they do not use Clements Tonic. For the relief of these, and for Brain-fag, Loas of Sleep, Indigestion, Constipation, Palpitation, Sickness after eating, Sick Headache, this medicine never fails to benefit. Get it and health at tise same time. Mr. { Radcliffe writes: 69 CGades Street. Nibc.ste, 51/lt11 . CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "We who lead a busy business life, write letters only when it may lead some un fortunate to recover their health, I think it my duty to do so now. I became regular run down, debilitated, and throwna completely cut of g ea and 5 quite unfitted for business with that unrest feeling and i wan...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Re lamentab'o accident which happened to my team yesterday on Marathon Hill, I take this opportunity of thanking the many kind people who camo to my aseistaecc. It is only now I am realizing my loss and the good work done. Everybody was so kind and helped me in a true and sportsmanlike way, for which I would now ask them to accept my very best thanks. The ideas I :may have as to helping to prevent a recurrence of any accident at this corner I ;in placing before the local council. Thanking mnei and all again, I am, yours, faithfully CHIARLES W. CAMIPtBELL. Amesfield Park, March 1st, 1912.

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Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, FEBUARY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

MnarKet Keports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, FEBUARY 27TB. Alex. Scott and Co. report:-Dairy cttt'e : A good supp'y of milkers and springers, the demand generally being firmer, especially for good cows. Best milkers £7 10s to £9 10, medium £5 to £6, others from .3. Bet springers £7 to £8 54, medium £4 10s to £6. The following were the principal lots: -Milkers: 2 to .9 10s, 1 at £9 2s Gd, 5'to'L9 1 t£8 iss, 2 to £8;4 to £7 15s, 5 to £7 2s 6d, 2 to £7 2s 6d. Springers : I at £8 5s, 3 to £7 10W, 1 at £7 7s 6J. A fair number of store and young cltt e ; da I of sale at low rAte', P.gs-A good supply of porkers and bhco ers, but very few youngpigs. No improvement on porkers, but nice quality bac:-ners were in much better demand at higher rates. Best biconers 403 to 50,. medium 31s to 38s, best porkerr, 23s to 26s, medium 18s to 21s, light from 13s. Ca.he--A good supply, and de mind at full rates. Heavy prime vFalers, 40s to 51s, prime 26s to 35s, good 153 to 27s, medium 2s to 121, others fr...

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Gored by a Bull. FARMER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

Gored by a Bull. FARMER INJURED. Mr William Dunn, a dairy far mer of Park Hill, Mornington, met with a serious and painful accident at his farm shortly before 8 o'clock on Tuesday. He had just arrived home with his milk cart, and was in the act of taking his horse out of the trap when an Alderney bull which he kept approached him. He endeavor ed to frighten it away, but suddenly it rushed at him and knocked him down. One of the horns of the beast entered the unfortunate man's groin, inflicting a very deep and dangerous wound. After knocking Mr Dunn down, the in furiated animal remained standing over him, and prevented him from rising. He was subsequently. dis covered and taken to his home, where Dr Somers, of Mfornington, attended to him and advised his immediate removal to the Alfred Hospital. On arrival at the insti tution, Dr J. H. Crawford admitted him for treatment. His condition is considered serious. Mr Dunn is 45 years of age. - The bull was destroyed after its attack on its...

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Mornington from Various Points. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

Mornington from Various Points. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, -In dealing with this sub ject; with your permission I purpose briefly referring to some of the drawbacks which have a tendency to retard the progress of the place, and, in so doing, will try to let a little light into the darkness that has been hovering over and obscur ing the town so long. In passing one cannot but notice what is said, and the wonder expressed why Mornington, as one of the oldest towns in the State, does not pro gress as other country towns have, more especially situated, as it is, in one of the healthiest and most charming spots in the States, being endowed by Nature with its beauti ful ti-tree and native shrubs, its many prominent points of observa tion, and its lovely sandy beach, and within easy and accessible dis tance of Melbourne. One has only to visit some of the points that stand out so conspicuously to realise what Nature has provided for them. The walks and drives are/most exhilarating and enjoy able. ...

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The Downs Hall. CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 March 1912

The Downs Hall. CONCERT AND DANCE. There was a crowded attendance at the concert and danee at the Downs Hall, on Thursday, in aid of the piano fund, and the proceeds proved very satisfactory to the secretary (Mr W. J. Stewart) and management. The Rev. G. A. Kitchen presided' at the - concert, and apologised for the absence 1 of a couple of performers. At the, -lose of the performance he also ex tended thanks to the artiets, which was received with acclamation. The con cert programme was considerably upset by a lady and gentleman who had parts in the comedietta 'The Leg of Mutton,' not putting in an appearance, and the result of the piece being put on with the parts altered and mixed up in the reading thereof, was that the audience saw miuch "Hash" and little of the "Leg of Mutton" as presented by the author. The humorous recita tions of Mr Godfrey and Miss Brody, and "'The Fisher Girl" song were about the most ap preciated items, as far as applause went, though from a musical point ...

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