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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Acti= Sales BRODY & R(AON, S"RK BRODY. W. P'. IAION, Sworn Valuator. A.ctioneer, &c. AUCTIONEER, L=?r, Estate;; InsW,.ce, tinancial ana Ge=r'al Cc=miss' .Agents. Fat nd Crctard FSaleesmen, FranSiston. pecialiti?s-All Classes of Accuntancy Wonkc. Income and Lfa Tax Schedules Prpred. Trade Books Balanced and Ad~csted Aget; for London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., City Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Australian Ilutus. Live :rock Ineuraice Co.. Perfection Stoves. bine flume vic': Shell Motor Spint, Lubr?ating Engine Oils, &c., &c. Seets sra Debts Collectel Hiate&at Temsorary Lsan arrans c :.ishei ani Ufsrnishei HSr:ss to Let. BAY STREET, FRANKSTON SOMERVILLE MoQthly [arket. WEDNESAAY, MAY 8th, Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Poultry and Sundries. BRODY & MASON. BODY ald MIASON, AUCTIONEER, Etc., FRAN KS TON. Hare Clients Waiting for the following : 2 Acres suitable Poultry run, handy Frankston township. House and 1 or 2 Acres, also handy to Fra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
W. T. SACII, WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, -acydebank," MORNINCTON. Axeutes all kinds of WATCH. CLOCK JEWELLERY and SPECTACLE REPAIBS. 5 iwe. wd kyd. tot Ord.e a be left with Messrs Annear Bros., M?rning ton; Mr Eudduck, Dromana; Messrs aaMs and fons, ,omerville; or Car riers. r :--C° rd ,Wiilisms, who pass Ciydebant'" day L?tumsw given for repairs, if desired, Before proceeding with themn. cods of every description gonaected with the trade, including the osatp.t"-d?? makes of watches sub mitted for approval Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB jPRO SPRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet ao Trains. r o eels add .Lugnt ee eived ad promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicle3 for hire. Prices reawable, etters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Familics Waited .,n fur Orders......... Prime Meat Only 6Kpt.................. Bmst? Goo-?. of Every Description Fresh Daily. Bides and Skins Bmught............... F. G. CIA. MB LIN, Phrmaceu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Woodi' Great Peppermint Cure, [For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 116. We have received a copy of the latest edition of Mr A. Wilson ' broklet, 'Mul tam in Parvo.' which is an instructi hudget, which in addition to much ir.for tation on various matters, gives partie? lars of some remarkable cures effected by )IrWilson in his profession as a herba li4 at Prahran. For Chronic Chest Complaints, toods' Great Peppcrmint Cure. 1/6. MEN WE are opetling a fine lot of Tweed and Oilskin Overcoats, also the latest Light weight Mackintothes, all prices. Leggings, Heavy: Boots, Blankets, Rugs everything to keep you warm and dry. FOOTBALLERS, WE will have all you require, any Colors. CROFT BROS., SOMERVILLE. A Boon to Orchardists! THE ' UT I0 IT" MOTOR SPRAY PUMP and ARM' EN-GINE Combined. - It will Spray your Trees; Work your Chaffoutter; Run your Churn and Separator, etc. The Best on the.- .arket. ALBERT DUTHOIT LPTo IMPORT AND EXPORT MERCHANTS,. 396 Flinders Lane, MELBOURNE'. COFFEY BROS, FAMO...
Orange Blossom. FLEMING—HAZLEDINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Orange Blossom. ~-4- FLEMING-HAZLEDINE. t The marriage of Ms P. Fleming, of 'Lennoco,' Dromana, to Miss Maggie Hazledine, second daughter of Mr and Mrs J. W. Hazledine, of 'Corio,' Dromana, took place on 22nd inst in the R.C. Church, Dro mana, the Rev. WV. O'Hagan being the officiating. clergyman. The church, which was crowded, was very prettily and tastefully de corated by girl friends of the bride, ably assisted by Mr L, Counsel. The bride looked charming in a beautiful gown of soft white, with trimmings of rich silk embroidery, with handsome court train, which was carried byMissRose Cozens and Master Kerville Hazledine. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, carnations and asparagus fern. The bridesmaids-Misses Josephine and May (her two sis ters) and Miss Dempsay-wore pretty white embroided frocks of white muslin ana carried posies of pink carnations, roses and aspara gus fern. The groomsmen were Messrs F. Callaghan, N. Hazledine and. W. Hamilton. After being photographed,...
Westernport Progress Association. AN IN TERESTING REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Westernport Progress As- I sociation. AN IN TERESTING REVIEW. A meeting of the executive com mittee was held in the Churchi Hall, Hastinigs, on Thursday, April 25th. - Present: Capt. Woodhouse, vice-president; in" tlie chair, Cis. Perrott, Hodgins and Alden, Messrs Parkes,: Latchford; Greive, Edwards, Davis, Woolley, Wilding 'and - Hoban, wvitli Dr Plowman and Mr Denham, heon. ses. . ;A letter was read from. the De partnient'of Home Affairs, grant ing the use of the drill shed under certain conditions. A letter was read from Mr J. E. Perrott, heon. sec., Holy Trinity Church, offering the use of the Church Hall at the rate of 5s.-It was decided, to instruct the hon. sec. to forward copies of both let ters to . the, Crown Law Depart ment. A-letter was read from the acting. secretary, Victorian Railways, acknowledging receipt., of copy- of resolution, passed at a .a revious meeting re StnyPointatsaina stating that he' "will writ?i'fdith'er, on the matter,at an early dite." As no furthe...
Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
Finders and Kangerong Shire Council;. There was a'full attendance of councillors at the monthly meeting of the above, lIeld on Saturday, 27th April. CORRESPONDENCE. * From A. T. Denham, hen. sec. committee of Mechanics' Institute,. "astings requesting permission to remove sand, for re-building hall, .from- road near "'Warrenda." - .Granted, on payment of Gd per yd. W. Chapman, thanking council for prompt attention to drain near "Woodstock," Sorrento.-Received. J. S. Davis, stating plans of pro posed tram would be furnished. Received. Jas. Clarke, Balnarring, request ing permission to clear shoots and green timber on road along bound ary of his property, and also to erect two pipe culverts giving en trance to same.-Granted. Treasury, stating sum of £16 3s 4d,.accrued interest, had been in vested in Government stock, and added to Sinking Fund.--Received. : A. H.:-Hiskins. 'requesting im- provments Pt. Kingroad.-Action taken. " tMrs Talbot; Dromana, re notice to erect additional sanita...
DAVEY—GEDDES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
DAVEY-GEDDES. There was a large gathering at the Presbyterian Church, Lennox-street, Richmond, on Thursday of last week, when Mr Horace Davey, of Frank ston, and Miss Grace Geddes, of Rich. mond, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The officiating clergy man was the Rev. H. Kelly. The church was tastily decorated for the occasion. Attired in a lovely dress of white mousseline silk, trimmed with lace and applique, with a panel train wreath and veil, and carrying a beauti ful shower bouquet, the bride charmed the eye. She was given away by her brother, Mr J. Geddes. The brides maids wereo lias Nellie Baker and Miss Winnie Davey, both looking very nice in white ilk striped voile, trimmed lace and applique, and carried shower bouquets of while heath, pansies and heliotrope streamers, and wore amethyst brooches, gifts of the bride groom. Mr Walter Davey acted,as best man, and Mr David Geddes as groomsman. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Guild Hall, Darli,,gtos Par...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr C. Crowley, of Melbourne, has sold to Mr P. Townsend, of Morning- ton, a very choice block of land front- ing Albert and Queen streets, Morn- ington, at a satisfactory price. The balance sheet submitted at the committee meeting of the Mornington Swimming Club, held on Friday night last, showed a credit balance of £13 4s 6d. The receipts amounted to £23 17s, and the expenditure £10 12s 6d. The donations received amounted to £8 7s 6d.. On Friday last, Miss Everard (High School, Mornington) gave a farewell evening to Miss Florence Baxter, who a leaving the district. The four senior classes were present, and pre- sented her with a silver-backed brush and comb as a memento of their happy school days. The young people had a merry time with charades, tableaux, etc., which only too soon came to a close. Mr C. W. Martin, well borer, of Geelong, who has been putting down a bore on Miss Noble's property at Dromana; succeeded in getting, at a depth of 122 feet, a beautiful ...
FAIRBAIRN—CALDWELL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 May 1912
FAIRBAIRN-CALDWELL &nbsp; The following is a list of the presents &nbsp; in connection with the wedding of Mr. J. L. Fairbairn, of Mornington, and Miss Sarah Caldwell, third daughter of the late Rev. James Caldwell, Presbyterian minister, Mornington :— Bridegroom to bride, cheque; bride &nbsp; to bridegroom, travelling rug; Mrs. Caldwell, household linen and cheque; Miss Caldwell, framed picture of &nbsp; bride's mother and table centre; Miss &nbsp; Jean Caldwell (Switzerland), Foley china tea set; Mr. and Mrs. T. L. P. Caldwell, dinner service; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Caldwell, silver fish knives and forks and table cover; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wills, silver cake dish and silver bowl; Miss Dorothy Wills, pewter cake basket; Mr. and Mrs. George Fairbairn, silver serviette rings; Mr. and Misses Hardie, crystal and silver biscuit barrel and silver candlestick; Mr. G. Hardie, cheque; Mrs. Field, "Calstock," Tas., cheque; Miss Eva Field, silver sugar basi...
AT FRANKSTON. FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
. AT FBANKSTONi Mr D. Picking, 'Diodorbonda, reports the following rainfall for April : let ... ... ... 19 points 3rd ... ... ... 2 , " 4th ... ... ... .10 ,, .0th .. -9 7th ... .. .. 20 9th .... .. 85 12th ...-... ... :18 , 24th ... 5 ,. '25th ... ... ... 2 " 26th ... .. 5 . 27th .. ". - 29th ... 5 , Total ... ... 2.28 ins. Total fall from 1st January, 4.53 ins.
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
HASTINGS. "The sea is England's glory!" SWesternport Bay was the glory of the Peninsula on the occasion of the Premier's and party of Members of the Victorian Parliament visit last Wednesday week. Mr Murray was not oyster; he had to speak out; he knew that if._the large vessela. building are to do the Victorian trade; it must be via Westernport, and no other way. At last, and none too soon, a com fortable corridor carriage of first and second classes has been put on for Stony Point, and passengers now have not to change and wait in the cold, huddled up with their baggage on Mornington Junction station. Well done Westernport Association! The proposal to get a_ large boat and have a special train for an excur sion on Westernport so as the ladies, children, and citizens can have a look over Westernport is good business. It would be a big success ; there would be a great demand for tickets. The Bittern P.O office has been re moved to Stacey's new store, and goods of all descriptions wil...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
MORNINGTON. . Mr J. G; Barrett reports : 1st ... . . 12 points 2nd ... ... . 1 , 4th ... ... ... 9 ,,. 5th ... ,, 6th .. . ... 8 7th ...' . ... •24 8th ... ... ... 68 9th ... ... ... 16 13th .... ... ... '15 l1th .. .. ... - 18th ... ... 12... 19th ... 6 ... 6 . 21st ... .... ...-. 8". 23rd ... : . 24th ... 2 5 th . .. . 8 56th . ... .... 6 27th ... ... -4 29th ... 7, , Total . .. S . 216 inches January .. 47 points? February . ... 101 ,.. March 77 ,, April ... 216 , 2 Total from January 4.41 inches.
The Rainfall. RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
The Rainfall, RECORDED AT TYABB. Mr A S Krcronse, "Bullarto,".Tysbb, re. ports for month of April: 1st ... ... 7 points 4th ... ... ... 9 , 5th ... 10 ,, 6th ... . ... 17 7th ... ...... 43 8th 70 18th.. , 2 ' 16th . .. 2 ~ 18th ... ... ... 10 19th ... ... .. 13 21st ... ... ... 12 22nd ...... 2 ~ 23rd .... ... 5 24th ... ... ... 5, 25th ... ... ... 7.' ,, .26th . ... .. 6 , 27th ..... ... .... 3 28th 8 ,, Total ` . ... 2.37points? Total fali from January to April 30th, 4.23 points. .
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
:- Make Your District nown ' Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for hehas 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 rome 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 LNcTs ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighborhood, suchas weddings, deaths, accidents, con. certs, matters touching the industlies, etc. Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very die. tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, butletcriticism alone
DROMANA. A GENEROUS OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
DROMANA. A GENEROUS OFFER. After a long delay the new public hall is likely soon to be an accomo plished fact. A very generous offer has been made by the Government, which has promi ed £100 if a similar amount is raise: locally. Though Dromana has not many permanent residents, yet a strong united effort can accomplish much, and a public meeting to take this matter in hand will be held on Monday evening next in the hall. PICNIC. The strain and stress of the season being over, the reiidents recently held a very enjoyable picnic at Rye. The secretarial duties were well carried out by MrE. Rudduck, who was ably assisted by Dr Weld and Messrs J. Chapman and B. Wilson. EMPIRE DAY. Empire Day, May 24th, will be celebrated as usual in Dromana. A short concert will be given in the morning at the school, and a sports gathering held in the afterneon. The school committee has the matter in hand and the public are assisting liberally. COURT DAY. Tuesday last was court day, and the bench was occu...
Mornington Police Court. Thursday, May 9th, before Mr Philip Cohen, P.M., and Messrs J. G. Barrett and Geo. Flood, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
Mornington Police Court. Thursday, May:9th, before Mr Philip Cohen, P.M., anid Messrs J. G, Bar rett and Geo. Flood, J.'sP. W.J.-Wright was charged by Inspector Mcllis, under the Health Act, for selling cream for human consumption which was unwholesome. Mr Freeman, solicitor of the Crown Law Department, appeared to prosecute on behalf of the informant, and.defendant appeared in pweron, and was fined £10 with £1 is costs, in default distress. , - Inspector M. C. Leckie v. Charles Gray, licensee of the Somerville Hotel, Somerville, on a charge of applying to certain whisky a false.trade description contrary to the Trades Marks Act. iMr Freeman appeared for the p:osecution, and the defendant appeared in person. Mr Leckie stated that he visited defen dant's hotel on tha 5th January last, and found the whisky produced, which was not the same as represented by the label on the bottle. Everything else he found was of good quality, clean, and in good order. Defendant was not home at the tim...
LANGWARRIN PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
LANGWARRIN PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. above was held in the vestry of the Methodist Church on Monday even ing, April 29th. • There was a good attendance, about 16 members being present. The business sheet for the evening was a lengthy one, and mat ters of importance were dealt with, and put in the way of being success fully carried out.-Mr. W. Williams, when interviewed, declined to sell the portion of his land required for a road deviation, but promised to give liber ally towards the cost of making the present road an easier grade. As some of the residents are approaching the Cranbourne Shire Council in the matter, further action was deferred pending the decision of the council. Re telephone, the. Postal department wrote stating that it W'ould be advis-. able to have a public telephone at the railway station in charge of the S.iMt., and available at train hours, as per list given.-The Shire Council is to be asked to call a public meeting to ap point a committee of management for the Lan...
ASPHALT WANTED. To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
ASPHALT WANTED. To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-.Now that the new Morning ton railway station has been finished, It Is thoughtthat-the-foiitpath on-l tl south side of Blake Street should be asphalted and made look presentable for the comfort of the local residence, and also visitors (this path being the leading thoroughfare to the main entrance to the station and directly in front of the main porch). As the railway department contemplates beautifying the reserve, also a small angle adjoining the station, I feel sure that the councillors only want their attention drawn to this -matter and it will receive their most favorable consideration (the cost being a mere trifle). In summer time the footpath is full of pebbles (thin soles look out !) and in winter time at the station end a veritable quagmuire. I also notice that the Defence Department when entraining or otherwise their horses for the Cape Schanck encampment hitch the animals to the post and rail fencing abuttin- the footp...
LIST OF FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912
LIST OF. FIXTURES. Matdhes to be played on the ground of the first-named Club. May 4. Frankston v. Mornington. ,. Somerville v. Hastings. May 11. Hastings v. Frankstoni. Mornington v. Somerville. 4" Somervlle: ?y..>Ffainks ton &k?"ý: ?? ¾ May 25.'' :.?.. Mornington v. Frankston. . Hastings v. Somerville, S June 1. Frankston v. Hastings. Somerville v. Mornington. June 8. Hastings v. Mornington. Frankston v. Somerville. June 15. Frankston v. Mornington. Somerville v. Hastings. June 22. - Hastings v. Frankston." Mornington v. Somerville. S June 29. Mornington v. Hastings. Somerville v. Frankston. July e. Mornington v. Frankston. Hastings v. Somerville. July 13. Frankston v. Hastings. Somerville v. Mornington. July 20. Hastings v. Mornington. Frankston v. Somerville. July 27. A bye. August 3. Ist Semi-Final. August 10. 2nd Semi-Final. August 17. Final. August 24. Grand Final (if, necessry).