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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

At the Sorrento court on Wednes day, the 6th inst, Wm' Morce, was charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and dray (Before Mesars E. Clark, J. Hill and D. lMacfar'ane J's.P.) Constable Raw. lings objected to Mr Clark adjudicat ing on the case, on the grounds that he was a re'ative of the accused man. Mr Clark, who acted as chairman of the bench, resented, and said he would not retire from the case, and intended to sit. The case was pro. ceeded with, despite the constable's objections Constables Brennan and Rawlings and a civilian witness gave corroborative evidence as to the man being drunk. Accused gave evidence on oath on his own behalf, and swore he was not drunk, but admitted hav ing had one long beer at the Morning ton Hotel and three long beers at the Continental Hotel previous to Con stablo Brennan arresting him. The chairman of the Bench, Mr Clark, an nounced that accused was discharged, and advised him not to get drunk any nlore.

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A Society Wedding. BAILLIEU—MADDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

A Society Wedding. BAILLIEU-MADDEN. St. Paul's Cathedral was thronged" on Tuesday afternoon, a very large and representative company hav ing gathered to witness the wed ding of Mr Maurice H. L. Baillieh and Miss Beatrice M. Madden. The bride is the youngest daughter of the Lieutenant-Governor and Lady Madden, and the bridegroom the son of the late Mr J. George Bail lieu and Mrs Baillieu. The bride; who was given away by her father, was beautifully gowned in white silk crepe and delicate lisse. A square train of handsome Venetian point was suspended from the shoulders. She wore a handsome diamond necklet given her by the bridegroom, and a diamond brooch the gift of her-parents. Her brides maids were her sister, -Miss Lesly Maddeni and Miss Athol Levy. They were gowned" in Josephine frocks of pale blue satin veiled with marquisette, chaplets of blue satin leaves being worn in the hair. They carried round silver baskets tied with pale blue ribbon, and overflowing with white flowers. Li...

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TYABB v. RHYLL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

TYABB T. RHYLL. For some years the supremacy of one of these teams over the other has been on the sea-saw. Last year Tyabb won both gamas, and this season Ryall has won both. On Saturday last, Rhyll paid a visit to Tyabb, and owing to the state of the weather, in stead of twenty visitors as expected, only nine arrived. After the visitors had been provided with luncheon, play was commenced by Rhyllgoing to bit. The innings opened. with W. Reid and J. McIlwraith, the former playing a very patient game, and carrying his bat almost through the innings for 47. G. Slocombe and A. Mills played for the visitors, and, al though they did nothing with the bat, they saved a lot of.runs when fielding The innings closed for 151, whilst Tyabb responded with 102, of which W. Baker, gilng in fourth man, made 54 not out. Scores: RiitYu. W. Reid, o, b D. Longmuir , 47 J. McIlwraith, b W. Denham 0 E. Harrap, b F. Floyd ... • 15 P. McFee b H. Denham ... 5 S.. McFee, b A. E. Denham 14 G. Dixon, retired ....

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Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Make Your District Known . Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for hoe has no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in thu ar-aof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will come man or woman take the mat. ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dis. trict, will YOU try on the LIrts ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighhorhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents. con certs, matters touching the industlies, etc. Write yoear name in some corneor; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, butleteriticism alone ApdERTISRS and correspondents are ,rcminded that all corpmunications in telnded for insertion in the STANDAnn should reach the office not later than by Friday morning's letter delivery at Frank. s...

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Social and Presentation [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Social and Presentation On Monday eouning last a very pleasant function took place in the -Mecehanics' In stitute, Mornington, when -Mr J. McAr. thur.-wvnner of the Footballers' Cham pionship race at the recent sports, was entertained by. the members of the Morningion Athletic Sports Club, and presented, through Mr G. T. Jenkins, with the championship medal. Mr Jen kins, in the course of his address, said he was delighted with the honor of present ing to Mr J. MeArthur the coveted championship medal, declaring him the champion football "ped' of the Peninsula, as he (Mr McArthur) had won the race for two consecutive years. Ir J. McAr thur .suita'ly responded. Daring the evening, songs, games, and cards, together with a bountiful supply of cigars, tobacco and cigarettes were indulged in, and at 10.30 supper was served in great style by Messrs Parsons Hutchins, Cohen, and Jenkins.

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Dates to Remember. (For particulars see "Standard" Advertising columns.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Dates to Remember. (For particulars see "Standard' Ad vertising columns.) March 16-Clearing sale of household furnihings, and efdfcts, at Flinder., on account of Mir Jas. Symonds, L. Wilding and W. A. Korner, auctioneer. -16th-Danco at Frankscon in aid of the Ragged Boys' Home. 20--Clearing sale at Cran. - bourne by W. S. Keast for Mra G. E. Kelly. ,, 20-Mornington Races. ,, 21-W. A. Korner's monthly Hastings market. ,, 22-Gland Ball at Tyabb. ,, 23-Clearing.sa'o at Carrum of stock, etc, by W. P. F,irlam on account-of Dr S. Peacock. , 27-Mooroo duc Sports, ,, 28-Alex Scott and Co's. Horse sale at Tanti yards. ,, .29 and 30-Tyabb Show. ,, 30-Clearling sale of land, stock, plantl and furniture, at 'Ms1itford,' Flinders, on account of Dr Spark. T. B. B. Morton and Son, auctioneers.

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Balnaring A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Balnaring A.N.A. SThe quarterly meetiig of this branch was hleld on Thursday 'lait, a large amount of routine business being put through by a good attendance of mem. hers. Vice-president, W. Judd, occupied the chair in the absence of President Farrell. Miembers OClark and Berryman, w'ere duly appointed delegates to re present the branch at the "anuual conference to be held in Ca=tlemaino during this month. They will he in charge of a motion launched by this Branch, asking conference to urge upon thp present Govermeni t the necessity of utilising the splendid re. sources of Western Port' Bay, by establishing it as a commercial port whence goods could be despatched to Melbourne by a short railrou'o of 40 iiiles. Statistics, charts and diagrams ate in course of compilation, and vari ous expert opinions are being summar ised so that a telling case may be put forward. It is being widely recognised that despite i:a non political theory the association' Is a mighty power in the Ilnd, ig.a0...

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

LANGWARRIN -4 The half yearly meeting of the Langwarrin Progress Association was held in the vestfy of the Methodist church, on Monday evening last, March 4th, their being a good attend ance of members The report and balance sheet showed affairs to be in a satisfactory state. Since the last half yearly meeting, many important mat ters were taken in hand, and carried to a successful issue, amongst which might be mentioned the obtaining of a new school for the district, also having Cr J. Lloyd gazetted as a J P. for the district. A tribute of praise was accorded .to the unknown writer, "Radiator," for his action in placing the'affairs of the association in their proper light before the public when misrepresentations were sought to be made. The retiring President (Mr C. W. Murray) was re-elected for his third term, his interest in the association being so'thorough and genuine that imembers were unanimous and em phatic in again placing him at the head of affairs. The genial and pains ta...

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Railway Delays. LOCAL PROOUCERS' LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Railway Delays, LOCAL PROOUCERS' LOSS. Last week consignments of vege tables and fruit forwarded for sale at the early morning market were made available at Spencer-street so late in.the day that large quantities had to be held back until the next market, two days later, city agents being thereby put to' great incon venience, while growers suffered loss owing to the deterioration of their produce at this interval. On 1 Tuesday morning the railway authorities repeated the perform ance with the same result. On this occasion some of the growers residing at Mornington Junction, Somerville and Carrum saw their produce loaded into trucks at the lecal stations on Monday evening, and then travelled by passenger train to the city, in order that they might Be at the Spencer-street goods sheds next day in time to' take delivery of the vegetables, etc., and to have them carted thence to 'tlhs Victoria M4tt. For this latter purpose carters were in at tendance at the railway sheds at about 3 a.m....

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

LOCAL AND GENERAL Messrs Brody and Mason sold by auc tion on Wednesday an orchard property of 9J acres at Somerville, to Mr Sydney Austin, of Windsor, at a trifle over £30 per acre. There are still large quantities of fruit being sent away from this district. On Monday a large consignment was des patched by the various packers from Somerville. We call attention to the advertisement in apother column that a meeting of the members of the Frankston branch of the Peoples?Liberal Party is called for Wednesday at 8 p.m., at the Mechanics' Institute. Mr Stanley Herbert, eldest son of Mr Geo. Herbert, of Ballarat, has, on the eve of his marraige with Miss Cowley, been appointed manager of the Savings Bank at Mornington, where the young couple will make their future home. We regret that Mr Thos. Thornell, of Somerville, has of late been rather seriously indisposed. His well-known figure was greatly missed at the show on Wednesday. His many friends trust to see him about again before long. Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

W ANTED Known that JOB PRINT ING( of all doscriptions can be executed at the STANDARD Oflico. Support local industry, give us a trial, and keep your money in the district, IlMornington High School. TANTI AVENUE, -MORNINGTON? Day and.'Boarding School. THE Course of Instruction includes all tho branches of a Superior English Education, with French, Latin, Physical Culture, Nee.lework, Elocution, Drawing, Painting, Piano and Violin tuition, Theory of Music, etc. Pupils prepared for all Musical Exam inations. Intending students are re minded that Day and Night Classes are now forming for Junior and Senior Public Examinations. SCHOOL RECOMMENCES FEB,. Tli Miss Everard at Homo after January 24th Principal-MISS C. EVERARD. Municipal Notices. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. NOTICE is hereby given that the '-'Shire Secretary will attend froni it to 12--for collection of rates and other business?- ' HASTINGS-TUESDAYS. FRANKSTON-WEDNESDAYS SOMERVILLTE-FRIDAYS JOHN E: JONES, Shire Secretary. J...

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Somerville Show. RECORD SUCCESS. FINE ALL - ROUND EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Somerville Show. RECORD SUCCESS. FINE ALL- ROUND EXHI BITION. Though the weather prospects earvl on Wednesday morning were far from promising, the afternoon turned out splendidly, and had the Somerville show committee had the weather to their ordering it could hardly have been better for an out-door gathering. -The result was that all roads led to Somerville, and the attendance at the annual sh'w was a record, the gate receipts being over £61. The committee, headed by the energetic president (Cr Griffeth) and the methodical secretary (M.r S. S. Gault), this year made special efforts to make the Show attractive in all branches and a success generally, and the result was that on all sides the verdiat was the "best sh6w held at Somerville." Several additions .. eremade to the priaist, and in e p was; liberally increased, the esult being that the number of entries reached the big total of over 900. The exhibition of fruit, always a lead ing feature at Somerville, was, notwithstanding th...

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CASE AND TRAY FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

CASE AND TRAY FRUITS. Stewards.-A. Twyford, J. Thompson. Chamrpion case Dessert Apples Jas. Clark, t; F. Harley, 2; M. W. Gregory, 3. Case Apples, suitable for export, any variety, not packed for export- R. Mair, t; J. D. Grant, 2. Case of Apples, any variety, fit and packed for export-Griffethi Bros.;. ; C. Unthonk & Sons, 2. Two cases -(one Jonathan and one Five Crown), packed for Inter-S:ate market, not to be wrapped in raper- Benton Bros., I; Griffeth Bros., 2; J. D. Gran:, 3. - Champion Case Jonathans-C. Mur" ray, i ; Gus. Murray, 2; W. Stott, 3. Tray of Reinette de Canada - C. Unthonk & Son, t* F. Harley, 2. Tray of Five Crowns-Geo. Grant, t, C. T. Isles, 2. Tray of Emperor Alexander-'J. D. Grant, I and 2. Tray of Alfriston-F. Harley, ; Dlenton Bros., 2. Tray of Stone Pippin-W. Stott, t. Tray of Jonathans-Geo. Grant, I; Jas. Clark, 2a. Tray of Munro's Favourites Strachan Bros., I and 2. Tray of Jonathans, dessert size. not to be above 2J inches-C. W. Grant, 1 ;...

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HASTINGS v. TYABB. B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

HASTINGS v. TYABB. B GRADE. This game was played at Hast- ings, when the visitors avenged the defeat which they received on the occasion of their first visit. Scores- HASTINGS. T. Knox, b C. Floyd ... 1 W. Mentiplay, b Floyd ... 3 A. T. Denham, b Floyd ... 8 A. Sheehey, b Floyd .. 5 W. Ford, c, b-A. Mills ... 16 W. Cusworth, b Floyd ... 3 D. Reid, senr., b Floyd ... 2 J. Hodgins, b Floyd ... 0 M. Carmichael, b Floyd ... 0 Kerr, b Floyd ... 1 Ford, not out ... 1 Sundries ... ... 6 Total .. ... 46 Bowling--. Floyd, 9 for 17 ; A. Mill, 1 for 6. TYABB. W. Denham, b Cusworth ... 0 A. Mills, b Knox ... 3 C. Floyd, b Reid 31 G. Longmuir, b Knox ... 2 A. Alden, b Kox .. 1 D. Longmuir, b Cusworth 20 T. Norris, b Reid ... 0 H. Houfe, c and b Cusworth 9 L. Denham, b Cusworth ... 0 A. Noble, not out ... 2 L. Lewis, b Knox ... 1 Sundries ... ... 3 Total ... ... 72 Bowling-T. Knox, 4 for 18,; W. Cosworth, 4 for 16 : D. Reid, senr., 2 for 15.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

re i"TYABB & HASTINGS FRUITuGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. ri of ...AND1.. a PROMENADE CONCERT To be held in the TYABB HRLL & GROUNDS, on FRIDAY, SATURDAY", t 29TH M7ICM &3OT M7'e CMt. 1912. h To be Opened to the Public at 7 p.m. Each Day. : The Opening J Ceremony wvill be Performed by Hox. A. DOWNWARD, MM.L.A. admission.-Adults Is, Children 6d (Each Evening),. oy or PRIZE LLIST. E; Entries Close March 27th na at CLASS A.-FRUIT. en OPEN COMPETITION. Ltt ar AI'PPLES.-(ust be grown by Exhibitor). ie i-Department of Agriculture's Champion Gold Medal vhe dishe, of fruit suitable for export : 6 dishes (4 apples each) distinct varieties, 3 dishes (4 pears each) distinct varieties n- :-Collection of Fruit, 20 dishes distinct varieties (4 fruits o each. Ist 2s., 2nd Tos 6d, 3rd 5: )21 --Collection of six varieties, ripe and unripe, four of ?each. 1st Tea value los 6d gift of Messrs Grilliths Bios., 2nd .ar i0p e -Collection of twelve varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

W HY Fear Bush Fires?' W HY aste money on unnecessary Pain W HY not use the sand on your Property to the B 1II best advantage ? W HY .Pay exorbitant prices for wooden buildings W when-I cani--Build to suit in. any Style, A Shape or Size ? Cool, Durable, Cement, Brick Buildings at 20 per cent Cheaper than-Wood, Guaranteed Waterproof and Dampproof, and only the best of English Cement used. Call or Write for Estimates. "Silos a Speciality GEO. FREEMAN, Builder, - R 0 S E B U D. OC 'P. STXN WAYI LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR, 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will call on you immediately Tel. 179 City ANNEAR. B RU S. (Late Jas, Noble) -Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY QUALr-TheRreshest UI-TO-DATE and STYLISH. PRICE-The Lowest See our Flannelette?, Flannels, BOOTS ND SHOES Blankes, Calicoe, Sheeting, Dress BOOTS AND SHOE...

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Frankston Police Court. [Monday—Before Messrs P. Cohen, P.M., Baxter, Williams, Crawford, and Bates, J.'sP.] NON VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

Frankston Police Court. [Monday—Before Messrs P. Cohen, P.M., Baxter, Williams, Crawford, and Bates, J.'sP.] NON VACCINATION. Fines of £2 each were inflicted on Henry B. Sims, A. Sutherland, and Alfred Chas. Burton, for failing to have their children vaccinated. SCHOOL CASES. Fines of 5s in two cases was im- posed for non-compliance with the Education Act on Jas. Woolley. Frederick Crook was also fined 2s in two cases. A BROKEN WINDOW. A youth named Ernest Bray was fined 20s, 30s damages, and 6s costs for breaking a window at Frankston by throwing a stone. A DAIRYMAN FINED. Jas. W. Mellis, Inspector under the Board of Public Health, proceeded against Jas. W. Welsby for sending milk for sale which was below the standard set down by the Pure Foods Act. Mr Utber appeared for defendant, and said the deficiency was only 1.6 in non-fatty solids, and there had been no adulteration of the milk. The P.M. said the Act sets a stan- dard and that standard must be main- tained. A fine of 20s, an...

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CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. A GRADE TYABB v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

- TCKBT PENINSULA ASSOCiATION. A GRADE TYABB v. HASTINGS. This match ended the final round of the Association matches, andb was played on' the ground of the Ifirst-named club, who won com ortably. Scores : TYABss J. D.. Grant, b T. Montiplay 18 H. Denham, run out 10 G. Slocombe. b G. Mentiplay 28 A. Denham, b D. Reid ... 20 F. Mills, c, b G..Mentiplay 44 H. Unthank, c, b Reid 2 W. Baker, b Roberts 29 H. Noble, run out 9 F. Floyd, c, b Grieve 12 J. Baker, b Roberts .. 0 L. Insigneri, not out .. 27 Sundries 7 Total ... 201 Bowling-T. Roberts, 2 for 57; T. Mintiplayi;. lor 486 ;G. Mentiplay,.2 for 26 ; D. Reid 2 .or: 8 A. Grieve 1-for 2.? $ HASTINGS. D, Reid, b Floyd ... 0 M. Carmichael, e, b Mills ... 0 T. Roberts, b Floyd .. 0 .G. Mentiplay, b Grant ... 8 A: Grieve, b Floyd ... 0 .R. Lewis, stp, b J. Baker 23 E. Ward, c, b Baker ... T. Mentiplay, c, b Baker ... 9 A. Haywood, not out ... . 11 F. Peddle, b Slocombe ... 0 A. Lester, run out ... 2 Sundries ... ... 11 Total ..65 Bowling--...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

W. T. SACH, WATCH, CLOCK, JEWEL LERY and SPECTACLE REPAIRS, -clydeank," MORNINCTON, xecuite all kid ctf wa dy CLAKJ srBY and Glasree and keys fitted. Orders con be left with "Ueisr Annear Bros., ?irning ton; Mr Rudduck, Dromuun; Ml.rs Nrnn and Sons, Somerville; or Car riers. eeors Cairns end Willisms, who pe " Clydebank" daily Estimates given fer repairs, itf desired, tefore proceeding aith them. d}ode of every description ,conected with the trade, including the noatp.to.date makes of watches sub. iitted for approval. Customers visited by appointment. J. MILLARD, IARBRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lu,,s.e received and promptly delivered. Homses and Vehicles for hire, Prices reseoablel utters s Televrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, 1ami?ies Waited on for Orders......... Prime leat Only ept. ................. Smal" Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. id?s and Skins Bought................ F. G. OI.IAIn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 March 1912

k~ctrn Sirtg. t Wednesday, March 20. At Twe:ve ' Clock .Sbrp. GENUINE CLEARING SALE OF Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hay', Farming Implements, Machinery, &c., On the Property, 'CAi N3IALLVAM3I HASTINGS ROAD CRANBOURNE W1 . KEANT, auctioneers, under Sinstructions from 1rs George K. Melly. of 'Montalt. Toorsk, will SELL by Public Auction. as above, the whole of the STOCK a:d WORKING PLtNT of thin modera farm, as under : IrHO-fSES-13 head draught mares and geldings. including 5 super I ior farm mares, stinted to "Kelmo I Best' dry mre (draught); earing geldings, I foal. All ibe sorte horses are in first-cles condition, young, and excellent farm sorts. SHEEP-241 2and 4-tooth (fats). HAY-7 stacks hay (approx.250 tons? MACHINERY and IMPLEMENTS -1 4-furrow disc plough (Robert - son); 3 or 4 furrowdisc plough; I single-furrow M.B. plough; 1 seed drill ; I steel roller ; 1 disc harrow; 1 set four-leaf harrows ; 1 reaper and binder. (All by Massey Harris). Farm waggon, with hay frame ; Tip d...

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