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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 April 1912
W. T. SACH,( WATCH, CLOCK, JEWEL LERY'; and SPECTACLE REPAIRS, 'Cyddebink." MORNINCTON, ?ecautes 11 kinds ef - WATCH. CLOCK JEWELLP.BY and SPECIAL RSPAIE' Glas?* and keys fitted. Orders can be left with feosrs Annear Bros., Irning toa ; Mr Rudduck, Dromana ; Messrs Hanna and ~o-n, Somerville ; or Car p as - Cydehank" duily Estimates goren for repair., :f desired, oefore proceeding with them. d-ode of every deseription eoniactel with the trade, iecu?dig the ost up.-to-date mjses of watches sub mitrted for aFProvnL Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabes Meet all Trains. Parcels nta Lugln'? received and promptly delivered IIo.~ s ant Vehicles for hire. Prices resaooble etters and Teletrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Famtlies Waited on for Orders......... Prime Mo.Zt O!y K pt. ................ Smna: Go t( of Every l)~-eription - Fresh Dailv. aides anl Skins Bougt ................ . . G. C. AMBE...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 April 1912
LO?AL AND GENERAL Mr Parrett, dentist, will pay his next visit to Mornington on April 27th. Mr John Scott, of Somerville, has bought the propertj known as "The Ranch," lately owned by Mr Bilby, at Oliver's Creek, Tyabb. In this issue Mr F. N. Fairs, den tist, announces that he will visit Somerville each week on Tuesdays, and may be consnlted at Gray's Hotel, on all branches of dentistry. Again the lamp in front of the Mechanics'- Hall in Somerville lies in fragments on the path and roadway. It would not be a very difficult matter to fix the blame if it was thought necessary. Two fine hauls of bonets were made by Messrs R. and T. Hutchins, of Morning ton, during the week, in all about 75 fish being caught, rangingin weight. from 15 to 251bs. At the Mornington v. Somerville foot ball match last Saturday, both teams were poorly represented, Mornington winning easily by 7 goals to Somerville 1 goal 11 behinds. Saturday Half holiday.-Mr R. Ford, hay and corn merchant, of Main rtieet, Mor...
Mornington Shire Council RE-VALUATION TO BE MADE. A PICNIC "BARRED." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 April 1912
flornington Shile Council RE-VALUATION TO BE MADE. A PICNIC "BARRED." The monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday of last week. Present-Crs Barrett (pre - sident). Alston, Griffeth, Steph,.ns, Male, Fioo3, Grover, Campbell, and Lobb. CORRESPO.NDENCE " Engineer of Flinders shire, re quest for hire of road roller for a week.--Cr Grover urged the roller should be lent without charge.-Cr Campbell thought a small charge should be made. It would be imfra dia. for the Morning.ton shire to ran to Frankston for the loan of a roller. They should have one of their own.-It was decided to loan the roller for one week with out charge. G. Harrison, hon. sec. Mornington Football Club, applying for use of Alexandra Park for the coming season; and the pavilion in the paurk near Esplanade for training. Request for use of Alexandra Park only granted. J E. .L ,ce.: --tary Moornonluc Progress Association, asking that bad piece of boundary road near "Anne=leigh" corner be improved. -To be consid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 April 1912
When you write to advertisers just mention that you saw their advt. in this'paper. We'll be grateful if you will do so. MI.E N WF. are opening a fine lot -of Tweed and Oilskin Overcoats,also the latest Light weightBlackintoshes, all prices. Legings, Heavy Boots, Blankets, Rugs everything to keep you warm and dry., FOOTBA LLERS, WE will have all you require, any Colors. CROFT BROS., SOMERVILLE. -DENTIST. - MORNINCTON. Mr Fied S, Parrett, ......... B.D.S.......... 317 -CHURCH ST., RICHMOND, W ILL visit Mornington MONTHILY and m'd y he co.sulted at Mrs J. W. Fosters, "Claremont," Slain St. Visiting Days- . SATURDAY, APRIL13th. SATURDAY, AHRIL 27th SATURDAY, MAY 18th. SATURDAY, JUNE 15th. Hours-11 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. L. Wilding, STOCK and STATION AGENT, &c. 51 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE., (Telephone-Central 1169 J). Also Cranbourne, Flinders and Hastings. Weekly Markets (through his auctio neer) at Cranbourne Market Yards Every Monday. Properties of all descriptions sold by Public Au...
Peninsula Football Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 April 1912
Peninsula Football As= sociation. CO ANNUAL MEETING. The following delegates were present at the annual meeting of the above, held at Kirk's. hotel, Mornington, on Monday last: Messrs McArthur, president, and ste Hutchins (Mornington), Hodgins pr (Hastings), Monk tSomerville), Pe Pettit and McComb (Frankston). OV Mr T. Hutchins was elected hon. C secretary pro. tem. u1 A financial statement, with bank mi book, forwarded by the late secre tary, Mr Menck, showed the as- th sociation to have the sum of £1S to its credit in the savings bank. £ It was decided to vote £2 2s to the m Somerville park committee,- as a' de recognition of the trouble taken in h preparing the ground for the semi di and final matches last year. The election of office bearers for tl the ensuing season resulted :-- o President, Mr J. D. Hodgins; vice- a' presidents, Messrs Pettit and Monk ; t patrons, Messrs H. Robertso a' (Franketon), G. Keast (Somervillb, L. Harrison (Mornifigton),. M. a Latchford (Hastings`, L....
Presentation at Sorrento. A POPULAR SCHOOLMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Presentation at Sorrento. A POPULAR SCHOOLMASTER. A farewell social was tendered to Mr Kemp, the schoolmaster, who is leaving Sorrento after eighteen years residence there. The Athen aeum Hall was packed. The first part of the evening was spent in a programme of songs rendered by the following artists-Misses Ford, Powell, Johnson, Messrs Marsden, Jenkins, Dampie, and Brennan, each item being well received. The chairman (Cr Marsden), spoke at length on the good services rendered to the place by Mr Kemp. Rev. Mr Rodda and Rev. Mr Anderson also made complimentary speeches. The chairman then presented to Mr Kemp a beautiful cutler's desk, suitably inscribed, also to Mrs Kemp a handsome rose bowl, both being subscribed by the residents of Sorrento and Portsea. Mr Macfarlan also presented Mr Kemp with a fountain pen on behalf of the Regatta Club. Mr Kemp made a very feeling response, and felt sorry that he was leaving Sorrento and all his associations., The school children made a surprise...
Orchard Notes. Green Manure. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Orchard Notes. (By E. E. Pescott, in "Journal of Agriculture.") Green Manure. The importance of a cover crop for green manure should not be over looked. Where the physical proper ties of the soil require improving, or where the.soil needs humus, this class' of crop is an urgent necessity. The sowing of the crop should not be delayed, so that a good lierbage may be produced before the cold of winter stops the growth. - It is gene rally found that it is: far better" to secure as good a growth as possible in the autumn. ,r Cultivation. Early in April a start may be made with the autumn ploughing. 'Advan tage should be taken of the first rains to get this :work doine: . The present season has been en tirely opposite to that 'of last year, when summer and early autumn rains were abundant, and the first oppor tunity must be taken to open up the soil to let the moisture in. SPlanting. It is advisable to open up and pre pare early the new areas for planting. If at all possible,.the .soil sh...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Sporting Notes. There will?he quite a number of 'stars' absent from the Peninsula football competition this season. Hastings have-lost the services of Andy. Amendola and Fred Smith. Balnarring are not likely to have a team, and if Eddy and Buckley are seen in the colors it will probably be with Somerville. Mornington will miss George McLear's valuable services." Frankston will most. likely be without O'Neill (who has been playing with the Richmond League club in practice matches) 0. Pettit, Sherlock, Rudduck, Wil liams, Box and Shannon (who are retiring from the game). Somer ville have not lost any of their men, and have some good talent to includein their team. Another horse, a fine looking, well-bred animal, has joined the Bay View stables at Frankston. Santander, ridden by W. Gregory (whose first appearance it.was with the colors up) was amongst the . r strar-in the Hackface''t Clan bbourne last'week.. --: ) 0. Pettit, who played with the :s Frankston cricket club last year, won ...
CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN CRICKET COMPETITION. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN CRICKET COMPETITION. POSITION OF CLUBS. A Grade. Won Drn Lost Pts. Ellindale.. ... 9 - 2 18 E. Caulfield.... 7 - 4 14 Glenhuntly'.. 6 1 4 13 Frankston ... 6 - 5 12 Oakleigh.. .. .. . - 5 12 St. George's .. 5 - 5 11 Mentone ...... 8 - 8 6 Malvern Dis. . 1 - 10 2 P. Ellin, of Ellindale, won the bat ting, with. an average of 37.45. C. Jennings, of St. George's, takes the prize for highest individual, with a score of 107 not out. A. Bellamy, of East Caulfield, wins the bowling, with an average of six runs per wicket. B Grade. Won -Lost Pts Ellindale .. ... .. 2 18 Malvern Dis. .... 9 2 18 Caulfield .... .. .. 7 4 14 East Caulfield .. 7 4 14 E.M. Congs... ... 7 4 14 Mentone ....... . 6: 5 12 E.M. Presby ..... 5 6 10 Glenhuntly .. .. 5 6 10 Rosstown .... .. 5 6 10 McKinnon........ .. 3 8 6 Frankston ........ 2 9 4 Oakleigh ........ 1 10 2 G. Weeks, of. E.M. Presbyterians,. leads the batting, with an average of 90.08, and has highest.individual score of 132 iota oi?t -F...
Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, APRIL 28. Alex. Scott and Co.. report:-A light supply of dairy cattle forward, which proved far below the demand, consequently prices were fully 20s per head above last week's rates. Some of the principal lots as. follows Mi'kers ; 2 to £10, 2 to £8 7e 6d, 3 to £9, 2 to £10 5s, 3 to £9 5s, I at £9, 2 to £6 10s, 2 to £7 7s 6d, 2 to £7 15s, 8 to £8 2s 6d, 1 at £8 5s, 1 at £8, I at £7 10s. Springers: 3 to £7, 4 to £5 fs, 4 to £9, 2 to £6 15s, 1 at £5 10s, 3 at £8 2e 6d. Store cattle: About usual supply and no alteration in prices. Pigs: A full supply penned and prices very firm, showing a de cided improvement on last week's rates. Bacon, heavy prime 55s to 58s, -eiiium 25s to 27s light 44s to 46s; park, heavy 29s to 31s, medium 25s to 27s, light 21s to 23s, stores to 12s, slips to 8s, suckers, quality 5s to 7e, inferior 2s to 4e. Calves: Light snpply and very dear, heavy 80s to 856s medium 22s to 27s, light to 20s, small from 6e,
Federal Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Federal Land Tax. By authority of the Goverior General the date for payment of F deral Land Tax for the current yer has been fixed for 20tk May, 1912. Notices of assessment will issue throughout Australia on 20th inst, which will cive- taxpayers one month's notice of their liability. Pay. mants will, however, be recived up to and inclusive of 19th June, without the 10 jier cent additional tax iniposed for late payment. It is not proposed this year to allow taxpayers to overstep the legal date without penalty. They are now fully aware of their responsibilities and cannot plead ignorance. The. only exception that will be made is where trustees under the wills of persons recently deceased, are not in a posi tion legally to operate ona Trust funds. Taxpayers should note carefu'ly the instruction on the b ck of the assess. ment nJtice, warning them that not withstanding they may deem them. selves to have good grounds of objection or appeal, the assessed tax should be paid by the due datt...
Orange Biossom. LAIRD—HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Orange Biossom. LAIRD--HAY. A pretty wedding was celebrated at St Paul's Church, Frankston, on 'ednesday evening last, the contraet in_ parties being Miss Helen (Nell) Hay, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hay, of Fraksaton, and late of Oak!eigh, and Mr G. A. Laird, of Glen Iri. The Rev. G. A. Kit chen was the officiating clergyman. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a beantiful gown of white satin, tastily trimmed with pearl trimmings and silk insertion and a deep silk fringe, and wore the orthodox wreath and vrail, also a necklet of amethysts, gift of the bride room; she carried a shower bouquet of white flowers and fern. Miss Hay was first bridesmaid, and wore a neat dress of champagne voile, over silk, trimmed with silk insertion and fringe, and a large black velvet hat, trimmed with ostrich feathers. Mr R. Bates acted as best man. Miss A. Baxter was second bridesmaid, and looked charming m a dainty pale . lue voile dress, Ie'ieved with white lae...
Temperance Corner. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Temperance Corner, (Communicated.) A moderate drinking clergyman asked an intemperate parishioner to abstain. The inebriate asked,; Do you drink any I' 'Only a little,' was the reply. 'And when you have had a little, do you crave for more like mel' asked the drunkard. 'No, indeed,' said the clergymen, 'if I did I should think it wrong to drink at all.' 'Then,' said the man, 'you drink all you want, do you1' 'Well, I suppose so.' 'Well, lir, that is all I take. You feel to want a little, and have it. I feel to want much, and have it. You could give up your little easier than I could give up my much; yet you expete me to deny myself while you gratify yonrse'f. Is that your example of Christian self-denial?'
Obituary. MRS A. LINDSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
. Obituary. MRS A. LINDSAY. .. A very old resident and colonist passed away at Mornington. on Friday last, in the person of Mrs Lindsay, aged 85 years. Mrs Lindsay was the widow of the late Air Alexander Lindsay, contractor, late of Ayr, Scotland. Mr and Mrs Lindsay were married in Scotland in 1850 and sailed" to Australia in 1852, and settled in what then was known as Canvas town. They were more fortunate than their shipmates, as they managed to rent a small room in a hut where Bourke Street now. is, paying L? per week for it. From Melbourne they moved to New castle, when the coalfields first broke out, after which on returning to Melbourne Mr Lindsay for some time managed a timber and coal yard for Mr Snowball (the late Dr Snowball's father). They then moved to South Mel bourne, where they had a news agency and fancy goods shop, from which they retired to live in Morn ington 28 years ago. . Mr Lindsay was a heavy loser when the land boom broke. Mr Lindsay took two and Mrs Lindsay ...
Mornington Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Mornington Golf Club. A special meeting of the golf club was held on Wedliesday, to discuss the future; There were present Messrs Nunn, Grover, Hunt. Towns end, Edgar and Tait, and Mesdames Blair, Edgar and Tait. Mr Nunn was voted to the chair, and after the minutes were read, the financial position was put forward, which showed lhe club's receipts since inception as £24 odd and the expenditure a similar -amount. As member's subscriptions have been mostly paid for the current year and only a small revenue is expected from this source, it was decided to form a working bee to dosall necessary work -the gents to keep greens in order and ladies to find new flags, etc, Everything seems to indicate a successful season during the coming winter, and the club will be pleased to welcome visitors and new mem bers. An opening day will be--held -on Wednesday next, at 2 p.m., '-.and menmbers and friends are requested to meet at 2 p.m., at .the. first tee opposite State school.
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
LOCAL""ND CENERAL t In this issue Mr F. N. Fairs, den tist, announces that he will visit f Somerville each week on Tuesdays, and E may be consulted at Gray's Hotel, on all branches of dentistry. Attention is directed to a numbi:r of important advertisements, concerning clearing sales, etc., appearing in this issue. which we are unable to particularise individually. Attention is directed to the?business announcement of D. P. Cain, general carrier, in this issue. Mr Cain also sup plies good firewood, for which a reduc tion in pries is made when a large quantity is used. With the winter com ing on, residents should send their orders early, and get in a gqod stock of the best wood. A painful accideut.happened to Mr H. Covington, of Frankston, on Monday night last, in Wirth's skating rink. Whilst skating for the first time, he was pushed over by someone at the rear of him, falling heavily on his head, and causing a nasty gash over the left eye. On going to the Homoepathic hospital, it wa...
Mornington Social Club. PRELIMINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
Mornington Social Club. PRELIMINARY MEETING. The meeting held in the Me chanics' Institute on Wednesday night last for the purpose of form ing a social club at Mornington was entered into with much earnestness, and judging by the large attendance and the enthus iasm displayed it should have a very successful career. Mr G. T. Jenkins occupied the chair, and Mr T. Hutchins was appointed secretary pro. tem. TIhe chairman, after referring to the large attendance, explained the object of the meeting, where upon it was unanimously decided that a social club be formed and assemble in the Mechanics' Insti tute every Wednesday evening from 7.30 to 10 p.m. The monthly sub scription was fixed at one shilling payable in advance. The following office-bearers were duly elected :-President, Mr G. T. Jenkins; vice-president, Mr A. Henry; hon. sec. and treas., Mr T. Hutchins; committee, Messrs F. Harrap, B. Parsons, T. W. Hut chins, W. Croagh and W. Golds; auditors, Meossrs A. Bartlett and H. Murphy...