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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

.'lion Sales Preliminary Auction NoticeI WENDNESDAY, MAY 29 ? At 2 p.m. FRANK STON. I Stock, Horses, Cattle, Pigs, etc. Als.- large quantity of splendid Houue bold Furniture. Further Particulars next issue. BRODY & SAS ON MARK BRODY, W. P. MASON, Sworn Valuator. Auctioneer, &c AUCTIONEER, Land, Estate: Insurance, Financial and General Commission Agents Farm and Orchard Salesmen, Franiston. pecialities-All Classes .of Acent "ncy Work, Income and Land Tax Schedules Prepared. Trade Books Balanced and Adjusted. Agents for London and Lancashire Fire Insuranece Co., City Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Australian Mutua. Live Stock Insurance Co., Perfection Store.- blue flame wick: Shell Motor 1 SPirit, Lubricating Engine Oils, e&c., &c. Dents and Debts CollecteL Irrnate and icm utr-.ylcans arran ed trnished and Unfnrnished Hones to Let. BAY STREET, FRANKSTON BqODY ald MASON, AUCTIONEER, Etc., FRAN K S T ON. Have Clients Waiting for the following : 2 Acres su...

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Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 7th May. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

Market Reports. DANDENONG MIARKET. Tuesday, 7th May. Alex. Scott and Co., report.-Dairy cattle: A good supply of milkers and springers, but not many good cows for ward. Prices all round were about equal to last week's rates. Best milkers £8 to £10 10s, medium £5 to £7, others from £3. Best springers £7 to £95s, extra to £10 7s Gd, medium £4 10s to £6. The following were the principal lots: Milkers : 1 at £10 10s, 1 at £10 2s Gd, 4 to £9 15., 1 at £9 15s, 2 to £9, 1 at £9 7s 6d, 3 to £9. Springers : 1 at £10 7s Gd, 4 to£9 15s, 2 to £7 5s, 11 to LG 10s. Store and young cattle, low price and dif. ficult to quit. Pigs-A good supply ; ba. coners keen demand, also good quality porkers at late rates, medium rather easier. Best baconers 45s to 56s 6d, me. dium to 40s, best porkers 33l to 38s, me dium 26s to 31s, light 22s to 25s, inferior from IGs; stores and young pigs still very cheap.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

NOTICE. Anybody caught TAKING WOOD out of any of my Paddocks will be PROSECUTED. SW. H.-DUNN, "Park Hill," Mornington. r.· · , D. P. Cain, GENERAL CARRIER, FRANKSTON. Furniture Removed. GOOD WOOD SUPPLIED. Special Quotations for Quantities. * Ordnrs forwarded to Frankaton Post Office will receive prompt and careful attention. A Boon to Orchardists THE "UT IH01 T" MOTOR SPRAY PUMP and FARM ENGINE Combined. It will Spray your Trees; Work your Ohaffoutter; Run your Churn and Separator, etc. The Best: on the. Market. ALBERT DUTHOIT PTY IMPORT AND EXPORT MERCHANTS, 396 Flinders Lane, MELBOURNE. COFFEY BROS, FAT[OUS VEHICLES AND HARNESS. Hundreds to choose front, New and Secondhand 1 CASH OR TERMS. -187 Quee? Street, Melbourqe, aa"d 630 Gtljrchl Street, Richpnol .1, Teeth. Teeth, Teeth. Mr, F, Nugent Fairs, RECD by the Dental I-.rd of Vic. WILL VISIT Somerville Every Tuesday. Private Consulting Rooms at C. Gray's Somerville Hotel. SPAINLESS EXTRACTIONS 2s 6d. ARTIFICIAL PLATES, Cr ROWN BR...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. MOVEMENT TO ANNEX THE DOWNS FINANCES FURTHER DISCUSSED [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

Frankston land Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. XOVEi1E.T TO ANNEX 1TR DOWNS FINANCES FURTHER DISCUSSED The monthly meeting of the above was held on Wetdesday last, when the following were present Cra Ritchie (president), Hodgins, Colt, Alden, Perrott, Oates, Mur ray, Griffeth ; J. E. Jones (secre tary), A. K. T. Sambell (engineer). CORREkPOYDENCE. From Maldon shire, re amend ment of the Thistle Act.-No action. Huntly shire, asking co-opera tion with a view to alteration in law regarding eradication of noxious weeds.-No action. Education Department, forward ing school programme for Empire Day, the morning of which would be devoted to a suitable programme at the school, and the afternoon left free for children to take part in any local celebrations, towards t- i-the council's asistance was l¶td.-Refe*red1o school com mittees. Frankston Tennis Club, thank ing council for providing three seats at the courts.-Received. Melbourne Hospital, soliciting special grant, and stating th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

SHY Fear Bush Fires? ? W HY Waste money on unnece?say Paint ? W YT ! not use the sand on your Property to the best advantage ? W HY.I Pay exorbitant prices for wooden. buildings S when I can Build to suit in any Style, 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 O S E B U D. C. P. STANW AY, LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR- 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FrIT, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will cali on you immediately Tel. 176 City ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) - Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY STANDARD--The Best UI-TO-DATE and STYLISH. QUALITY--The Freshest PBICE-The Lowest See our Flannelette=, Flannels, BBlankets, Calicoes, Sheeting=, Dress BOOTS AND...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

NOTES. W. Golds captained ifornington on Saturday, and Ben Baxter. was again elected to .lead the red and blacks. Ben is now getting a bit of a veteran, but is very useful still, whilst his ad vice and experience, . and his exem plary play, prove helpful to his side. Pryde, the V.J.F.A. umpire, who ,had charge of the Frankston-Morning ton match, gave an erratic exhibition, and neither side were pleased with the inconsistent way he gave his deci sions, particularly regarding "kicKing in the ruck". and passing by hand from one to another. The "Mornington boys attribute their defeat on Saturday last to an overdose of coffee and cheese at the conversazione on Friday night last. The following team will represent Somervillo against .lornington on Saturday:-H. Firth, Van, Eicke, Webb (2), McLaurin, Dickson, YVan suylen (2), Colr, 'Blizzard, Griffibh, Murray, Meldru'mt (2), Hutchinson, Warnecka, Smith, Thornell (2), Mills, McLellan, Unthank and Myers.

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The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

:The .Churches; . The followihg extracts were taken from St. Paul's Church of England. parish aiaper.:- Goo FRIDAY AND EAsTER. Just after the last issue of Church notes was printed, the vicar received from the Hawthorn City Band.an offer to at tend at a Church parade at Easter time. This offer was warmly accepted, and the Band attended the Solemn Passion Ser vice, when the lantern pictures were shown on Good Friday night, and also the Easter Evensong. The Vicar felt that Good Friday was kepit much better in the town than last year,:and is thankful. The services were. well attended, the Passion Service at night drew a number of those who don't often attend services,' as well as many of. our own Church goers. It was most impressive, and the .people made it the devotional service that was intended. : The.Church was well .decorated for: Easter,"but :.the day dawned ,ey-wet:: nd., rough. In con que nce ofhrain te morns _". attendances at 8 and 11 were hot nearly so good as last year;' st...

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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FRANKSTON V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

FOOTBALL. S PENINSUL, COfMPETITION. I FRANKSTON V. MORNINGTON., S The Peninsula Football Competition t opened the season on.Saturday last. h The Mornington team visited Frank- b ston, where there was .a large gather- I ing of spectators. The weather was all that could. be desired, and a good a match was won by Frankston. Al though the visitors showed good form, a they missed several scoring chances. s At the commencement the play was - even for a while, then P.. O'Neill got r a free kick awarded him, and booted I the initial point. Hutchins put up a good defence for the Morningtonites, and tried to send the ball out of danger. Ashmore collared, and passed to Gabriel, and to Gunther, and then to Martin; the. lattir. licking the first goal;2: . MoriiVngtbh? theh?' rished' t-e play to their quarters, vherieHarrison had a shot from an angle,' the ball hitting the goal post, thus' scoring first point for his side. O'Neill was shortly after given'a free, and passed the oval on to Martin, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, -Clydebans," MORNINCTON. -bc, ea all kii- ( f WATc'H, LOCK JEWELLERY and EPECTACLE RIFPAIRS. Gasres and keys itted. Oders can be wet with ye--rs Annear -as. rse nng M.r IEdu.k, trozn, ; Messrs a td one,- sAmerrille; or car ri? ? es Cairns send Wltins, who p aesCimdaL .r' reT tme a l en ee repairs. if desired, before proceeding with them. Greds of everyo descripton euonectel with the trade, including the meetp.to-date makes of warnees sub mitted for approval. Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB jPRO " PRIETOR, - FRANKSTON cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lug.?qre received a.. d promptly delivered. Hos.es and Vehicles for hire. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankstfn, Families VaiteJ .,n for Orders......... Prime Meat O's!v Ki-p.................. Smal Gaools of Every Description Fresh Di:v. iides and Skins Bv-ght ............... Fe G. CLLAMBE1LIN, PhrmaOSeutiCal & Dispensing Chemist,. . . FFANKSTC Latest Drug...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

LOCAL AND. GENERAL a We are pleased to state that Mr A. McLellan (sen) 0of. Mornington, who has been in ill health for the past few p weeks, is improving wonderfully, and 9: is now able to be about again. p On Friday night last a very e:joy able smoke night was held by the members of the Mornington football s club in the Mechanics'. Institute, r About 30 members were present, who I thoroughly enjoyed themselves in i feasting and card playing. t We regret torecord. the death, of I Lavina, the 16-year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Tasker, of Frankston, which sad event took place, after a prolonged illness, at the Alfred Hospi tal, on Friday of last week. In their sad bereavement Mr and Mrs Tasker t have the deepest sympathy of a large circle of friends. The young ladies' gymnastic club, which was organised by Miss 0. Bieri, at Mornington recently, has at present about 30 members. The Rev. Mr Sandiford has. kindly given the use of St. Peter's school room, where I the club assembles one ni...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

TYABB. A very successful concert and dance, in aid of the local Church of England, was held on Friday last. The Rev. C. Eva officiated as chairman, and it must have been very gratifying to him to see such a crowded audience. All the items on the programme were well received, and encores were fre- quent. About twenty-four couples stayed for the dance which followed, and which lasted till about 3 o'clock on Saturday morning. The concert items were as follow :-Overture, Miss Ida Cole; song, 'The Silver Lake, children ; song, 'When Father was mother for a day,' Mr Schmidt; song, 'The Rain-drops,' children ;song, 'Thora,' Miss Annie Unthank; song, 'Down the Vale,' Mr Harrison ; song, 'I'll tell my Ma on you,' Miss Jessie Longmuir; comic item, 'A study of Nature,' Mr Elliott; song, 'Do you ever sit and dream,' Miss Twyford; duet, Misses Benton; song, 'O'er the ice,' children; recitation, 'Mrs Fidgit's teaparty,' Miss May Meldrum ; song, 'Driven from home,' Miss Ida Un- thank; song, 'Promi...

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SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 May 1912

SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. The above teams met in the open- ing match for the season at Somerville on Saturday, when a splendid game was witnessed. Neither team was fully represented, Hastings being without Reed, Francis and Perriam, whilst Somerville had Eicke, Webb, Thornell and Dickinson absent.   Hastings won the toss, and kicked towards the south. L. Incigneri cap- tained the visitors, and handled his men well ; he will prove a big help to Hastings. At the bounce, Hastings   were first to get going, and soon had Somerville's backs in trouble, but McLaurin brought off a fine mark and saved the situation, but Incigneri put in some good work and managed to raise one flag. The kick-off was marked by Vasauylen, who was play- ing a great game. The locals soon had Hastings hard at it, but the play was up and down the ground for nearly all, the first quarter. Then   Somerville began to get going properly   and had Hastings supporters thi...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. NEEDY, MY DONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

CHILDREN'S COLUMIIIN. --t NEDDY, MY. DONKEY. " Hurrah I for a ride on dear old Ned I [ am enjoying myself," said Fred. S"I'm not at all frightened, oh no not'. bit. Just see how nice and upright I sit. Ipull the left rein, and then the right, Oh ! Neddy understands me quite. He's the very best donkey in all the town, For his ears stick up, and his tail hangs down. Father has bought me a nice new whip, But I only tickle old Ned with the tip. You have to speak kindly, to stroke and pat, ForNeddy knows quite well what you're at. And though he can't speak he feels an, knows More, father says, than you'd suppose. I feel quite a man! I look so smart I Geo up, old Noddy, be quick and start I'" -Our Little Dote.

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The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

The Churches. The following extracts were taken from St. Paul's Church of England parish paper : NOTES. - Mrs Dial and Miss Hadfield are busy 'preparing for a large Children's Concert, to be given early in June. The children have 'made a good beginning, Announce ment of dates and, other arrange ments will be made later. Only two subscriptions to 'Church Notes' this month-Mr W. Williams 2s 6d, Vicar 2s. To date -Expenses £3, receipts £1 8s 6d. The notice board at St. Paul's has been painted at Mr J. Jolly's ex pense.. The Archbishop has promised to come out on June 10th for Confirm ation. He will hold separate ser vices at the Downs, and at St. Paul's. He will also dedicate the Sanctukry furniture at the Downs. Mr T. Robinson and his wife are welcomed back to Frankston. They were workers here when St. Paul's ,was being built., Tho-report 'thatit r - and-Mrs' Bbiick are . leaving;: Frankston, is saddening We shall,iniss them very much. Also we regret that Mr and Mrs C. G. V. Williams ...

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ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

ROSEBUD. 1 -ZtchyW.oinarski, G s, "Woyna, Droinana

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FLINDERS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

FLINDERS 1-Northcote.Edward 2-Maxwell, D II 3--Flinders Hotel

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

SORRENTO. 1-Continentl 2-Allan, J D 3-Smith, H B H 4-Smith, WS H 5-Goodall, John 6-Lonibard. J 7-Friend, B II S-Cain, J 9-Quarantine Station 10-Mactarlan and stringer

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

-' SOMERVILLE. 1-Griffeth. G 2-Griffith, Dr

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

DROMANA. 1--udduck, E 2-Clamenger, H 3 . 3-South Channel Llghthguse 4-Edwards, G 8

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 May 1912

MORNINGTON. 2- Korner, W A, auctioneer . 3-O'Gorman. Mrs 4-Tait, D. J. B. 4-Dr Somers: 6-J W Doherty, 7-Kilpatreck's Hotel

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