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FAIRBAIRN—CALDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 April 1912
FAIRBAIRN--CALDWELL. &nbsp; &nbsp; The marriage of Mr John L Fair- bairn, manager of the Colonial Bank, Mornington, to Miss Sarah Caldwell, took place at 'Glen Bank' on Thursday afternoon, 18th April, the Rev D. A. McDougall officiating. The house and grounds were gaily decorated for the occasion. A line of flags stretched across the front garden, with the Union Jack waving triumphantly from a po!e in the centre. Mr Andrew McLellan being responsible for this scheme of decoration, and also ably assisting the ladies in their part. The ceremony was performed in the dining room, and was witnessed only by the immediate relations of the contracting parties. The bride, who was given away by her eldest brother, Mr T. L. P. Caldwell, and attended by her bridesmaid, Miss Dorothy Wills, niece of the bridegroom, looked charming in a simple but elegantly made gown of &nbsp; ivory crepe de chine, and wore her mother's bridal veil, held gracefully in place by a wreath of or...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 30th. Alex. Scott and Co., report:-A fair supply of dairy and store cattle yarded, which sold at prices equal to last week's high rates. Some of the principal luots as follows :-2 to £11, 2 to £10 15., 1 at £10,2 to £915s, 2 to £2 5s, 7 to £9 5s, 4 to £9 5s, 1 at £8 12s 6d, 2 to £8 7s 6d. Springers 7 to £715s, 4 to £7 12s 6d, 2 £7 7s 6d,,7 to £6 56. Store cattle-Usual supply acd no alteration in prices. Pigs -A full iupply and prices firm. Prime 50s to 55s, extra to £3 4s, medium.45s to 48s. Porkers-Heavy 28s to 32s, med ium 24s to 26s. Suckers-Doll; best 5s to 7s, others from 2s to 4s. Calves from 4s to 55s. 1
CRANBOURNE MARKET. Monday. April 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
CRANBOURNE M1ARKET. Monday: April 29th, L. Wilding reports :-Lambs 11s 6d. Pigs (good yarding) : Baconers to 49s Gd, porkers 15s 6d to 32s 6d, suckers 3s to 6s. Calves as to 10s Gd. Poultry : A good supply of all kinds at about last, wcek\ rates. Vegetables: Potatoes 8s 8d per cwt ;'onions, etc., at good current rates. Fruit : Applet 2s to 4s per cas:. Small supplies of other fruit at fair prices.
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Make Your District Known Concerning some parts of the district news comesbutseldom. 'This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the areaof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will Fome man or woman take the mat. ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dise. trict, will YOU try on the LINES ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents. con. certs, matters touching the inlust lios, etc Write yoear name In some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the.names of persons very dis. tinctly. Write on one sidoof the paper only. Give information, butletcriticism alone
WESTERNPORT. PARLIAMENTARY TRIP AROUND THE BAY. MINISTERS VERY FAVORABLY IMPRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
WESTERNPORT . PARLIAMENTARY TRIP AROUND THE BAY. N MINISTERS VERY FAVORABLY 4 TIPRESSED. C To demonstrate to membets of the State Parliament the many advantages of Westernport as a commercial ship ping port, a trip of inspection was ar ranged by the Westernport Vigilance Committee and the Hon; A Downward, and on Wednesday 50 members of Parliament, together with about 150 1 district residents and visitors, had a most enjoyable day's, outing. The special train was late in reaching Stony Point, where the Lady Loch was boarded an hour behind the scheduled time. On account of the late start, 'the whole of the route originally intended to have been followed, could not be traversed. The steamer went straight across to Cowes, where a sumptuous banquet was enjoyed by the . trippers, after which a course was taken to "the Nobbies," off Flinders, near the en trance to the Bay, thence towards BSandlyPbint and on past Stony Point and Crib Point to opposite Hastings, where a turn was made and Sto...
Mornington Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Mlornington Golf Club. The opening meeting of the above club was hold on Wednesday after noon last, under most pleasing circum stances. The links were in excellent order, and in all there were 14 players who indulged in one round of the course (9 holes), whilst many visitors watched the play with great interest. At 4 o'clock an adjournment was .madefo Leoa. whishihad been tindly given'i by bars Tdlt a wtidtasi uch'op-. preciated by players and onlookers. Later in the afternoon an approaching and putting competition was held for ladies and gentlemen, 31r Townsend providing a prize in the shape of a ball for the ladies, which ws won by Miss Campbell and Mrs Barrett, and a similar prize for the gentlemen was won by Mr Hunt. The company then dispersed, being well satisfied with the success which attenudd the afternoon's enjoyment. Members are looking forward to the interest in golf being sustained during the winter, and intend holding several tournaments including one at midwinter for v...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents). METAL CARTING AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents). METAL CARTING AT SOMER VILLE. Sir,-Being one" of the many rate payers of the district.who witness the metal carting from the railway station in the centre riding of the Shire of Erankston and lastings, I hear argsu ments every day as to the dayman re ceiving - Iz- per day, and is allowed another man at the rate of 7/- per day. They pull in the station yard and put on half a yard of metal, and then both go out together andfill upthe necessary holes, and ride back.again. The work is only a one-man job. As there is another contractor in the same riding whose tender was accepted, and all knowing he has a fine class of a horse for that work, he cannot be blamed for not carting, when the' other man is allowed the same money, .and a man to load and unload, and only draw half the amount in each load.. I, with many others, think it is a shanie to the ratepayers for the-councillors to al...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
FOOTBALL. The followiig players will rep resent Somerville against Hastings on Saturday :-H. Firth (capt), U. Eicke, K. Webb, J. Webb, R. McLarrin, Smith, S. Meldrum, G. Webb, C. Van, J. West, W. Hutch inson, W. Vansuylen, H. Moore, P. Thornell, W. Thornell, J. McLel lan, F. Murray, A. Meldrum, L. Cole, C. Griffith, J. Kimberly, A. Thornell, Hansen, M. Clarke, E. Buckley and C. Vansuylen. Donations to the following clubs are acknowledged by the respective secretaries :-Somerville : Mr - C. Griffith £1 s ; Messrs W. Murray and J. Hutchinson 10s 6d each ; Frankston : Messrs M. Jacobs and G. W. Booth £1 is, Mr Chas Grant and Dr Maxwell 10s 6d each, and the promise of a guinea trophy from Mr L. B. Jackson for the best all round man. The following will represent Mornington in their match against Frankstofito-day, at Frankston W. Golds (capt), F Harrap, N McArthur, J McArthur, H Golds, S Wilson, A Thompson, B Patter son, S Garlick, W Sanderson, G Harrison, J Allison, J McCallum, J Connop,...
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. IMPORTANT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Somerville Fruitgrbwers' Association. IMPORTANT BUSINESS. There was a very large attendance of frnitgrowers at the monthly meet ing of the above, held in the Mechancsa on 3londay night last, Cr Geo. Grifeth in the the chair. After the minutes had been read, Mr Apted, a director of the Victorian Orchard ists' Co eperative Association, ad dressed the growers on matters per tainin to their interests. He said that the Ass -iation had grown to be one of the biggest things of its sort in Victoria. To date they had had a turnover of £15.000 He said they were on the road to success. RAILWAY MATTERS. The impending change in the rail way time table for the winter months caused the chairman to move that the Railway Commissioners be approached to give more accommodation and better service to this paying line, and in order to save the change of carri ages, especially during the winter nights, tht carriages be set apart for stations beyond Mornington Junction on the Stony Point line. Mr J. W. Cal...
Fatality at Frankston. A YOUNG MAN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Fatality at Frankston A YOUNG MAN KILLED. A fatal accident happened al Hogans' sand Eiding on Monda3 morning last, the victim being a young resident of Frankston, in the person of Mr Alfred Edward Scarborough. The deceased, who was 29 years of age, attended his work in the morning as usual, and whilst in the middle of his lunch at about 10.20 a.m., some trucks were being shunted on one of the lines. Apparently not thinking that the trucks were coupled to the engine, he rose from his seat and rushed to one of the trucks to either apply the brake or to pull it off (it is not known exactly which, as no one witnessed the occurrence). In doing so, he went to the wrong side, where there was a steep in cline, and presumably he over balanced and tell, the axle box striking him on the head. When found, he was between the rails, with a deep cut on his forehead about an inch long; he also had a mark on his head, as well as frac ture of the skull. The victim was immedistely put. in the guard's ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Bereavement Notice. MR H. SCARBOROUGH, senr., and &nbsp; FAMILY desire to THANK all their kind friends, especially Messrs &nbsp; Hogan Bros., Mr Stephenson, the officials of the goods train, and also his fellow workmen at sandpits, for their kindness and attention at the time of accident; also sympathy shown by floral tributes in the recent sad and sudden bereavement, ...-. .? lt l al1b -tub PUBLIBSHD . ZTIY BSATURDAY MORNING 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" Telephone No. 6, Frankestn. SATURDAY, MAY 4.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Telephone Directory. FBANKSTON. 1-Brody, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. 0., 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritchie and Co. T 8-Grimwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Mr James Grice, "Moondah" 10-Robertson, II, Solencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin, F C, Chemist 13-M-illard, J, Cab Propriotor 14-Garrood, C 15-Booth, 0 W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. A 19-MakLie and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall, A, butcher 21-M-lasterton. H, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamble I1, Blacksmith 24-Collins, H.M., "Gracedale," 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula' -..-Di Gilio. H
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
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