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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) May 1, June 5, July 10, Au gust 14, September 18, October 23, November 27 Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) April 18, May 23, June 27, July-, August 1, September 5, October 10, November 14 SMotnington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -April 20, May 25, June 29, July -, August 3, September 7, October 12, Novembor 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -, August 2, September 6, October 1, November 15
Successful Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Successiul Concerts, The si.eomatograph entertainm-nt, held in the Alechanics' Institute, Mlurn. ingtor, on Easter Monday unght in aid of the loc:al R. O Church debt Froved to be is great success.. Tle hall was able to atn'a Tmi'.in ii picturee aslwn w:re of first elis quality, being very interestcng aind anuini, aming them being 'Cheyanune Bravoe,' an in teresting Indiau drama, acted by rsal Tndiai.s; 'Ruth and Boaz,' a colored biblical: picture; 'Through mountain passes,' New Zealand, "a colored scenic study; 'Murray and Kiundy,' comic co,mediansi; 'A knot in 'the plot,' a sensational cowboy drania; 'The germs of recurrent fever,' a scientific study depicting the wonderful progress of medical sci-nceo; ?Football at homo' ; *The statue' ; 'Rapid power' ;. 'The clever dog'.; and a number of other beautifulcolored pictures. A. bio-cope entertainoment was also held in the Frankston Mecl atics' on Mond.ay ni.;ht in aid of the funds of th, Franksto: R. . C(hurch. The hall was well fille...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Rifle Shooting. The shooting for the trophy pre s.nted oy Mr 0. G. V. Williams to the, Frankston rifle c'u, was concluded last Saturday, R. L'oyd proving the Sdores : 200 300 5d0 000 hcp total I. Lloyd 31 21 30 34 2 126 W. Oates 30 28 31 29 6 124 C. Willox. 30 27 32 29 5 123 T. Cooper 32 28 31 31 scr. 122 J. MIoely 31 29-28 29 5 122 II. Lloyd 29 24 29 31 6 119 S. Corlett 2" 22 31 27 19 118 C. Grant 3) 30 28 25 4 117 D. Petrie 26 21 25 28 J 109 G..De:yer. 28 21 20 26 10 105
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give expren notice to the centnlry are considered at wishing to ('ONoINUs their euhaertptions 2. If Subscribers order. the discontin nmnco of their periodicals, tho publisher nmay continue to send them until ArrEaa are paid, 8. If subscribers refuso or neglect to take periodic:ls from the fico to which they are directed, they are tESPONSIBLD until they have sett el their bills, and ordered thoe eriodlctls to be discontinued. 4. If subscrlbers remove to other places withour info mint the puhlshtirs. and the papers are sent to their' formb' direction, the rubscriboes are responsible. 5, If-ubscribors pry in adronce for a periodical, they aeo hound to give NOTICE to the publisher, at the end of the timo, that they do n,,t wish to crn tinue taking it. otherwise the publi-her is authorised to send on, and the subscri. her will be responsible unless an express note, and paymeut of arrears.
The Boy Scouts. CAMP AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
The Boy Scouts. CAMP AT MORNINOTON. "A combined camp of First Balaclava and lirst Sandrin.ii.arn Troops of Buy Scou:s, numbering 30 boys and 5 officers, in clharge of S.I. H rrop, was held at E~ster on Mr. C. E. Adams' estate on the Dromana road, which is an i leal spot for a scout camp. Good Friday was spent in making the camp snug, work coumencing Saturday morning at 6.30 a.m. Swim ming, signalling, cooking, and oiler practices were carried out. In spte of the most unpromising weather, a very successful camp.lire concert was held in tile evening. On Suniday morning a church parade was held at St. Peter's &lt; hurch of England. In the afternloon, as the camp was open for inspection, a game of attacking and defen.hing was played between patties under A.S.M. Notting and S.M. Masters, which ended 'in a draw. "The evening was spent round a camp fire singing hymns. On Monday a patrol, in charge of S M. McLeod, built a bridge over Bal combe's Creek... Many' visitors were showntlh...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL t '*.'.^------- o Messrs Alex Scott aid Co: adveitise in ibis issue an important cattle sale at Bit- u tern. In our advertising columns tenders for tumerous worksare invited by the Flin- i ders and Kangerong shire. Mr Frank Addicott announces in this issue that be is prepared to undertake the work of horseo. ipping. The Federal Referenda will again be the subject for addresses by speakers in favor thereof, at the Frankston Mechanics to night. The Austra1n Merrymakers' Comedy s Oomhoamoo.. ll p.dorm a.th Morning ton Mechanics' on Saturday, 22nd tto day). A. treat is in store for patrons. In this issue the Frankston and Hast ings Shire Council invite tenders forthe erection of the long-discussed new Shire I hall at Somerville. See advt. S'Frankston, as usual,'received its full complement of visitors at Easter time, and the place wore quite an animated appearance while the holidays lasted. Mornington also was well patronised, as were all the Peninsula sea-side resorts...
CRICKET. FRANKSTON v. ERRATICS. BAXTER, JUN., SCORES A RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
CRICKET. FRANKSTON v. ERRAICS. BAXTER, JUN., SCORES A RECORD. The Frankston club engaged in a game with the Erratics on Monday, the result being an easy victory for the home team. Battiug first, the Erratics could only manage to score 69, McCleary Is ing top with 19. Frank eton rephed with the mammoth score of 446, made in very quick time. Bax ter, jun., going in first. carried his bat until the , nd, when he was disposed of by a clever catch on the boundary, after havin: compiled the remarkab e score of 300. This, undoubtedly, is a reooer, and the pertoimSmmac mure b recognised as one of the best bat?wan's triumphs yet known. He was only batting for three hours, and in that time reached the third century. lie scored 50 off two overs, and hit 19 sixers. Such an innings wi!l probably not be seen again. The scores of the. match are as follows : EanATics. F. Dakin, b Baxter. jun., ... 3 J. Williams, c Lawrey, b Kelso, 4 A. Dakin, b Kelo. . 1 C. McLeery, cBox, b. Robinson, 19 Morrisson,...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
TYABI. -The H. H. C. held a very successful and pleasant, meetin last Saturday eve:; '. The chief attraction was a case-making competition for ladies, and eight competitors tried their hand at a game usually ihstiucted to the boys, whose parents are fruitgrowers. , Al though some of the fair competitors had never seen fruit c ises made before; they aid very well, and the tim-s ranged from 3 minutes 40 seconds to 4 minutes 30 seconds. Mrs Frank Unthank proved the winner. Six sets occupied the floor for the usual dtnce, which was extended an extra half hour, and much enjoyed. wi biot be represeutedn5n the foott: il association this season, as the majority of the club have had enough of acting as a nursery for other clubs, who do not scruple to take away promising player:, although it stys little for the latter to leave in the lurch the club which practically, nursed them when othes rejected them. There will still be a club here which will play any junior matches which may be arranged,...
Political Meetings. FEDERAL REFERENDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Political Meetings. FEDERAL REFERENDA. A very large gathering assembled at the Mechanics' Institute, Morning ton, on Tuesday night last to hear addresses delivered by Mr A.- McLel lan, M.L.A., and.'T. C. Carey (presi dent of the Labour Council), of Balla ral. Cr Geo. Flood occupied the chair. Mr McLellan in a very clear manner explained the Referenda and why the Commonwealth Parliament should have power over combinations and monopolies, trade and commerce, couoperatibns, strikes, eta. Mr T.. C. Carey (who was overflowing with wit and humour) delivered an eloquent address, and also explained why the people should vote 'yes,' and 'stated that our present member, Mr ' Irvine, the Uommonwealth Parliameint; also Mr Sampson, Mr G. 11. Wise, Sir Wil liVam Lyne and other non-labour nient. hers. A hearty vote of thanks to the speakers was carried with acclamation. On Wednesday night at the Me chanics' Institute, 3lorningtou, the Hou A. Downward, M.L.X.. delivered a very instuctive .and inter...
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Help your Newspaper. The create?t aid youn.can rive your newspaper is your JOB PRINTI' G. If you dont feel able to run an adve tisement, surely you can afford to give the new.. paper your cards, dodoers, bil:hods, on velopes, and all bu-ions printing to ozeeute. The newspaper m in nenled it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousau.d and one foe: not:os he gives you and y ur town, bat don't give it to the printer or job printing office that can give you n> such return, and is spending no th ,r timeo, money. nor brsino in hilpino you to bul t' up your town. The time may come w'hen a news paper can live simply on thin revenue de rived from advertising and sub.criptions, hout no ordinary newsp s er in an ordinary town can exist with.ut the a uxiliary sup. port derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a go. d newspaper, one that can still further held advanca your town give it your Jon Patrrrs.
Sprains and Bruises. COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT USED WITH WONDERFUL SUCCESS. A BALMAIN RESIDENT'S TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Sprains and Bruises, COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT USED WITH WONDERFUL SUCCE S. A BALMAIN REaIDENT'S TESTIMONY. "Some months ago," writes Mr J. Burgess, of Balmain, Sydnev, "I had a nasty fall, severely bruising the knee cap, and spraining my wrist. Having been ircommended Comstook's Nerve and .Bone Liniment on a preious sasion, I had the balance of the bottle in the hotsue, and got my wife to apply it, after bathing the p,rts with warni water. It gave me almost instant re lief, and in a few days a I traces of the accident had diiappe red. I. really think the Liniment saved me several days of incapacitation." A sprain is an injury to the liga ments of a joint, usually the wrist or the ankle, by accident or over-strain ing. Sprains are usually attended with much pain and swelling of the part, an. sometimes produce fainting and voimit inr. Comstock's 'Nerve and Bont Liniment is an ideal remedy for sprain and should be applied frequently and I well rubbed i until all traces have d...
The Referenda. MEETING AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
The Referenida.... MEETING AT HASTINGS. A meeting under the nuspices of the Women's National League and People's Party was held inr the Me-' ch?nics' Hall on Monday evening, April 10th. Cr Perrot, J,P., was in the chlir. The meeting was adressedl by Mis E very, of the Women's National L-ague, who, in the course of a vrey forcible speech, said: "To put things in a nutshell the Referenda means just this. At present each State has properly its own governmeet, as Victoria. wants to manage h.r Siffirs Western Australia hers, Queets la d hers~ and so on. Some two years ago the people of Queensland agitated for two parliaments, as the North of Queensland complained that the South could not even unlderstand tile condi sions under which they worked in the North. Now the Queensland people are asked to give up the power of their own Government and make the one Federal Government in Yass-Canut berra, the controllint power over all domestic and local matters, whereas it should be governed by the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
NOTA-RENE. CHEMIST G. WOODHOUSE. Dispensin . Homeopathic, iManufactur. ing and Veterinary Chemi't. 43 FITZROY STREET, ST. KILDA AYD 7 ARM.STRONG STREET, MIDDLE PARK. "WTISHES to inform the Residents of ' FANKSTON, SOMERVILLE, MORMNIGTON, DROMANA and Sur eiders received cv post or wre . BY RETiURN r?OST. Country trade has been a LEADING PEATURE during our 40 years in St, KildL Prascrzptiss are our specialty. We guaraL:ee everything of the very Eighest St-,dudd and at Bedrock prices. All baoitces strictly confidential. It will pay o to trade with us. ADuT, : G. WOODHOUSE, Chemist, Lt. Kilds. Tel. 5. Windsor NACKIE & 4 gY WILLIAMS iY i·s FAMILY BU;TC)RS V `:, Young StreCL. Frankston orf· !'Ii S keI etfully :5 * I~ i~ c r o v /AVING 1unb-·-dhrl G. WT. neIs a :!s~~i~i~~cw, 7p' Yd huteerint lfinErrnsIcfnl /` m tolicit It coitlhuiflo .5 tht y'dronoge e S;, rr +;+s 't. 'A deod to their predrcessor. SrR ES'I' BEFF, POI)K IUTTO'( -i ~~ -·~~.·3 ~ //,;rETc. F'resh Dailp A'''+ ý :SriSYºý...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Sporting Harry Osborne, 30 years U' a? ?r? was on Saturday arrested by Detectives Sainsbury and Kiely, on a charge of having obtained £30 by fal-e, pre tences Osborge is a horse trainer, nnd the allegation ii that, liaving leased the racehorse Margaret from fn~ .R: Steers, of Elsternwick, he sol;l her to' a resident of Warragul, named - La?w son. .Mr Ltwson retuaned the ;mare to her owner, and obtained a warrant for Osborne's arrest;.- Presumniably the above refers to the "Margaret"_ wb:ch engaged in the recent fiasco at the 3Irnington races, when King's Reign,, was disqualified for "running dead" fo; her. " The secietary of the Someivi in football club (Mr W. Monk) acknow ledges with thanks the following donations towards the funds of; the club :-Mesrs Croft Bros 10s 6.1; Mrs Gregory 5s. The Sorrento Regatta Club held their annual meeting on Easter Sat urday, but the entries were not as large as in previods yei.ar. The Visiting Yacht lace on Good' Friday front Williamstown was wp, ...
Municipal News. MORNINGTON SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Municipal News. MORtINGION SHIRE The engineer of the Mornington shire ouncil (MIr Fowler) reported at the last meeting as follows : Sir.-I ha-r the honor to report for -au.- inforuatio,, that tte gravel on the Tabub and Loader's roads ard Male's eec'in of the Fra;l; ,n toad i now onut, and the scre?asd grir, 1 o., the Esplanade is Leinm procur.d Rlrfrring to the Altion Quarrying Cos. terd.r for supply of I] inch bheator:e metal. I have ar ranged with the Company that they shall stak at the Mlorie_-ton station tiree suck loads of metal for measurement and that thelest tan, made shall deter mie the railway weirht. which is to be taken as the equivalent of ,oe yard in aonnection wi'b the contract. The Public WorksDe;artment ha, approved of this arrangeme.'. The Department has ap pr .. c f t- acceitancr of G. W. Knott s terdi-r for timber for footbridges,- and in virew of ,wan of tenders for erection a.-rc. to thl- beirng d.re hy day lateor. As this work is scarciy suitable for your day...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Korner &. MCCombe, Stock and Station Agents. Auctioneer, 136 Queen Street, Melbourne t( (HIE.D OFFICE). ar wl Main Street, Mlornington ,E. J. FOWL' R, Lanager l'rwrties Sol I, E tates Valued eurveyed and Sub l ei.Led. G.-.1 by Arcti-n or Private Sales. C.-ring Sales Conducted. t?rns on Broad Acres Negotiated Ins r.nees Effected A;ena; for all clses of Motor Power. Farming Machiner and Implements T.lefrh:.n Xo.--City 2774. lersnin~go?, No. 2 -DENTIST. MORNINGTON. Ir Fred. S. Parrett, --"? B.D. .... .. -or 317 CHURCH ST.. RICHMOND. "?TILL ri.it Morninaton MONTHLY S and may be coniulted at Mrs J W. Foster'-, - Claremont," Main St Visiting Days- I SATURDAY. APRIL 15 e Hour--Il a.m. to 4. p m. ' C. W. Martin, WELL BORER (Of Geelong West), W IsIEi to notufy the Residents of Frankston and ~orrounding Dis tricts, that he is at present engaged WELL BORING at Frankston, and is prepared to undertake any work entrusted ` him. Well Boring, Supplying and Erecting Windmais, Tanks, Troughs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
t. W. T. SAC H, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER LIfe of lerzrly, Ieland, now of .:-e r=_al&Ja." MORNINCTON, ASNOUNCES that he prepared to execute ail ti d4 of WATICH, CLOI'K an" JEWELLR"TY EEPAIRC. Orders can be left with $r E. Annear, Grocer, Morniectno; Mr ; uddck, lZero =m ; Mesr Nunn and Sons, Somer wille; orat Clyd.bank," Dnrmana Road. Ptiate residences visited by appointment O .-rieres eesrs Cairns nd W illi?ms, t - Clydebank' daily, and will deliver ders entrasted to them. Estmates raven f, repairs. : desired. boar proceedin wilth them. J. MILLARD, 0ARRIER and CAB PRO PRISTOR,, FRANKSTON. CaMs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lug,?6 received a.d promptly delivered Ho.es and Vehieles for hire. Prices raeae.uale Letters sad Telegrams prompt:y attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Patmlies Waeted n for O;ders......... Paime Meat O ,'y ifK-;D......... ..... Smal Gaon' ,4 Every D scription Fresh D,ilv llde and Sldin. B aght ................ F. G. C1AMIBq1HN; P...
Wedding Bells. LARDNER—JOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Wedding Bells. LARDNER-JOLLY, A very popular wedding took' place in the Frankston St. Paul's Church on Wednesday, when Miss Kathleen Jolly, second daughter of M r and Mrs Jolly, of Frankston, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Sir Win. Lard nor, second son of Mr and Mrs J Lard ner, Windsor, Melbourne. The popu larity of the occasion was evidenced by the large number of guests that wit nessed the ceremony in the afternoon. The church, which was most tastefully decorated, was crowded to the doors, many being unable to find sitting ac commodation. i s the bridal party entered the church, the "Voice that Breathed o'er Eden" was impressively sung. Mrs McFarlane presided at the or an,and the service was conducted by Revs A.P. MacFarlano and J.Kitchen. The decorations to the church were tastefully carried out by Miss Master ton, and Misses Bates. McKenzie, and Brody attended to those at the hall. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in white duch,-esse ous...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
DOUTOl:S BAFFLED. All aged people should read this re. markabloe letter from Mrs Patience Thomas of Belmont road. Geolong, Vie. "Last winter I got a ftightful cold on the lunge. and, being 81 years of age, the doctors re uo-ed to prescribe for me, saying that at ny age medicine would be dangerous ; but, knowing that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hears the Government analysis showing that it contains no poiscns or narcotics, I tried it; and three bottles were themeans of giving me back my natural health. 1 am so old now that I cannot use my pen, to am getting my niece, Mrs E. Wylie, to sign this." Sold by all storekeepers. Notice. AMESFIELTD PABK, MoRtlNoGTON. N EITHER TRAPPING nor RAB. BITING in any form is allowed as above Estate without permission Persons so offending will be treated as Trespassers. CHARLES W. CA\IPBELL. "Amesfield Park," Mornington ANY STOCK found TRESPASSING. on above Property after this date will be IMPOUNDED without further note. C. W. CAMPBELL. L. R. N. UTBER, S...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
LANGWARRIN Mrs .\lcKisnon has sld a portion - of her proper;y, and Brs- Berry has also soluI out Judging by the interest taken in the daily journals ther should be a record vste against the Refer.uda, but the number of young voters, and the woman's vote may upset all calkula tions.. As a great many of the- ladies absent thrmsolves from political nat ters, this no doubt influenced the Association in resolutely declining to entertain the offer of a prominent lady p;tlitican to addre.s them. . The implement makers strike canme on for di cussion at a recent meeting of the Improvement Society. Mr E. Berry stated, as one of the original memb,.rs of the butchers union,:. that his sytupithies were, naturally with labour in all ireasonable demnonds for sh rer h'ours and better pay, but in this ?ape thie demands of the men were tar too arroarut. A comedian in ridicu ing the strike stated that what the msen wanted was one hour's work a day and one pounl a day.. But would the trade ' survive th...