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Mornington Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. THURSDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Mornington Shire Counci., MONTHLfY MEETING. THURSbAY, APRIL 20. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held on Thursday, when there were pre sent :,-Crs Flood (president), Alston, Stephens, Male, Grover, Bradford and Lobb. CORRBSPONDENCE. Fr.,m Mrs Waddleton. Jnr, ask ing permis-ion to repair her bath ing box, which had previously been condemned.-Crs Bradford and Grover moved that the writer be allowed to repair the box to the sat isfaction of th- Engineer.-Carried. From S. Parsons, asking per mission to cart water from council's water-hole in Mr Grover's pad dock.-The President said if they granted one person the privilege they would have to grant the same to others--Cr Grover said it would be veryconvenient and he thought Sitthe council's duty that if they could convenience the public with out cost to the council, they should do so.-The President pointed out that it was only a matter of prin ciple with him; he was not opposed to the request. Permission, how ever, ha...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
SOMERVILLE. TlThisevere gales that swept over the Somervil!o di-trict a fortnight ago not ,ldy destroyedl a. great quantity of fruit, but were.als responsible for the death of a valuable cow that belonged to Mr Alf. Th.,rnell. A large branch of- a-tree un lkr which the animal was shel.ering was b'own off, filling on the cow and injuring it to such an extent th:tb it h:id to be destroyed. 'The Somerville committee formed under the new conditions for the mtn auement and ovcrsight of the State schools, was elected at a meeting re cently held in the Mechanics' Hall. The fol owing gentlemen were elected : -Messrs Go. Grant, G. Griffeth, S. S. GauLt. J. Biunnitng, aidO. Murray. 'Avote.of th nks was passed at the fruitgtowers' lastmeeting to Mr Mair for the effective and suitable arch erected at the entrpnce Cate .to the sht iv grounds .,t the lateslhow. Refer ence was made to the pub ic-spirited actions of Mr Muair, who 'is always ready to give ahelping hand in public matters. Fruit is be...
Mornington Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 April 1911
Mornington Cemetery. A great amount of work was done at the Mornington cemetery on Wed- nesday by the fifth working bee, which consisted of Messrs Olley, Noble, J. Garlick, A McLellan, Waddleton, H. Firth, A Firth, W. Firth, S. Absolam, &nbsp; J. Hutchins, H Schleebs, G. Grindal, D. Andrews, Alex. McLellan, R. Stone and Crs Alston and Barrett. The amount of work done was equal to 112 hours for one man. The work is now complete, and the cemetery is in splen- did order ; in fact it has never been in such a condition before, and much praise is due to all thoso who have so willingly assisted in this good work. The trustees have promised to find material to paint the front fence, and a working bee will be formed to do the painting next week. Mr A. McLellan acknowledges with thanks donations of 5s each from Cr S. Stephens and Mr W. Coxhell. Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter.
Orchard Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
Orchard Notes. (By E.E. Pecott, from "Journal of Agriculture.') The principal work this month will be the gathering and storing of apples and pears. Stored fruit needs more attention and care than that gathered for immediate sale. The fruit should be carefully handled, and not thrown about in -any way, nor should it be bruised. No cracked or injured fruit should be allowed in the storage room. I Owing to the excessively wet season, a greater percentage than usual of cracked and split fruit is present, and this will very speedily rot. It should be disposed of at once. Such varieties as Rokewood,. Schroeder's Apfel, Shockley, Yates, Rome Beauty, Stone Pippin, and Mellon's Seedling are all good keepers, and useful for storage pur poses. The latter apple is winning its way among orchardists, and it is a desirable apple for the late local markets. In its natural home, at Dunolly, where it was raised some years ago, it keeps very late ; and, in many instances, is quite sound early, in Nov...
An Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
An Appreciation. We are requested by the C. G. V. Williams' testimonial committee to request that donations towards same be forwarded as early as pos sible to the hon. treasurer, Mr F. Chamberlin. The fo'lowing letter, received from Mr Williams by Mr Chamberlin, shows that the pre sentation was highly appreciated by Mr and Mrs Williams: "I left with the unpleasant feel ing that I had not properly ex pressed to all of you at the Frank ston station the other day my appreciation of the handsome and valued presentation you made to me. Quite apart from the intrinsic value, the special value to me will always be the signatures, and also the presence at the station of the gentlemenwho brought the souvsenir and gave my wife and myself such a kindly send-off. I hope you will be able to express to some of these kind friends how much we appre ciated the kindly thought which prompted all, and to assure them that we shall keep the handsome gift as one of our most valued pos sessions."
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
. Sporting. A men's four from the Frankston tennis club journeyed to Mornington, ), and tried conclusions with representa .] tives of the home club. Previously Mornington were unconquerable at the hands of the Frankstonites, but on this occasion the tables were turned, and the visitors scored a well earned victory by a singl set. The d play was most exciting throughout, and the result in doubt right up to the last minute. Frankston were represented by Messrs Robertson. N. Dawborn, E. Reynolds, and Dr Maxwell. Morn. ington's four was composed of Messrs d Grover, Townsend, Pennyfather, and d Ferber. Following are the scores: e Reyrolds and Dawlorn (F.), bets d Ferber and Pennyfather (M.), 6-3, o 6-3, and lost to Grover and Towns o end, 6-5, 1-6, 5-7. Robertson and d Maxwell (F.), beat Ferber and Penny father (H.), 6 4, 6 4, and lost to Grover and Townsend. 6-5, 5 6, 3 6. Total-Frankston, 6 sets, 50 games, Mornington,, 4 sets, 49games. J. Fogarty, who won the Frankston 1 Shellffield Ha...
The Referenda. DECIDED VICTORY FOR "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
The Referenda. DECIDED VICTORY FOR "NO." The result of the referenda, which, for the past few months, has been prominently before the people of the Commonwealth, has, up to the present (and there seems no likelihood of the figures being al tered), resulted in a pronounced victory for the "No." All the States, with the exception of West ern Australia, polled heavily against the proposals of the Labor Government, Victoria being the most emphatic in their protest. Up to the time of going to press, the figures for the whole Common wealth wiere : Legislative. .No ... ... 663,933 Yes ... - ... 437,602 Majority for o ... . 226,331 S Monopolies. No .... ... .657,055 Yes ... ... 435,094 -. Majority for No ... 221,961 hje;olising atthe? local boothe was hieavyj a strifki6 feature being tbe number of *oftiev f voters. -At Frankston they nnmbered only seven less than the men, and at Mornington 184 males went to the poll as against 160 females. There was little excitement, and it was generally r...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
LAN?WARRNl On Thursday evening last the B ut ual Improvement Society gave a fare ?dl social to Mrs G. U. Berry and Mr C. Berry. The former was pre sented ivith a silver-mounted umbrella and handbag, suitably engraved Mr O. Berry received a gentleman a mir ror. Tlie presentation was made by B r J. Summers, supported by .Messrs J. Clarke. Mr E. Berry suitably r, turned thanks. Mr Thompson occupied the chair. There has been a good deal of pro perty changing hands lately in this districtrand at Pearcedale:
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, 25th April. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
Dandenong Market.. Tuesday, 25th April. Alex. Scott . and. Co.. report.-A heavy supply of both milkers and springers. The market all round was easier, and prices ruled lower than last week's rates. The following were the'principal Idt :--Mslkers, P. Ein. siodel 2 to £11, averaging £10 12s Gd, G. West 3 to £10, V. Hayes 1 at £9 12s Gd, W. Ordish 5 to £9 7s Gd, J. Head 2 to £8 17s Gd, E. Piggins I at £8 10s, W McKenna 2 to £7 15s. Springers Mcllillan Bros. 8 to £8 10s, J. Kirkham 1 at £7 16s, W. Hardy 8 to £7 17s Gd, W. Bowman 3 to £7 15s. Store cattle, a moderate yarding, which sold at about late rates. Pigs-A very heavy supply of all descriptions penned, and compared with last week's market prices all round were much easier. This was most noticeable in baconers, which sus tained a drop of fully 6s per head. We quote bacon heavy to £2 Gs extra to £2 10s, medium 88s to 42s; pork heavy to 82-1, medium to 29s, light 23s to 2s ; stores to 12s, suckers to 15x, small G6s to 9s. Calves -A g...
Frankston Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 24. [Before Captain Sherlock (Chairman), Messrs Crawford and Baxter, J's.P.] NON-VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
d Frankston Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 24. [Before Captain Sherlock (Chairman), Messrs Crawford and Baxter, J's.P.] NoN-vAiccANTIs. Constable Stephenson proceeded e against Fred Scarborough for not hai .ing his child vaccinated in compliance with the Act (the case was adjourned from the previous court). The defendant did not appear. Constable Stephenson said that the defence previously civen was that the child had be-n too ill to have the opera tion performed. He (witness) believed that since the last court defendant had had the child vaccinated, though he had no evidence to prove it. He had personally summoned Scarborough to attend the court. lie had seen no certificate to show that defendant had had the child vaccinated. The Chairman : His duty is to de fend the case if the child had been vac. cinated. His non-appearance is simply contempt of court. Constable Stephenson said it would be hard to impose a file, if the child The Chairman : We could remit the fine if the vaccination ...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
.Newspaper Law. -4-t 1. Subscribers who do not give expree notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CoNTINUE their subs crlptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontin t?uce of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until Annxaas are paid, 3. If subscribers refuse ?r negloect to taki periodinals from the oflice to which they are directed, they are .E£RPONSIBLE until they have sett ed their billa, and ordered the periodicals o hbe discontinued. 4. If subr:ribers remove to otler places without intfonmiug the publioshrs. and the papers are sent to their formes direction, the subscribors are responsible. 5, Ifouhscribers pay in adrvnwo for a periodical, they are lound to give Nor es to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuo taking it, otherwise the pahli?her is anthoriied to send on, tnd the saureri. ber will be respon.ibho unli s an express note, and povmeont of arroers.
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
Help your Newspaper. The wreste-t aid you ern rive your ner paper is your JOB PRINTING. If yo u dont feel ahle to run an adve, tisement, purely you can efftrd to give the news. p.per your card%, doclers, billheads, en velopFs, and all lu-i.trss printing to execute. The newspaper man. needs it, and it h- Ips him to pay his printers for settirg up the thousand and one free antihes he cives you and your town, bat don't give it to thaeprinter or job printing otla ethat can Live you no ouch return, and is spending ne ther time, money, nor brains in helpin_ you to buld up your town. The time may come when a news paper can live simply on the revenue de rived from advertising and subecriptions, hbut no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist without the ouxiliary sup. port derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a gord cowspaper, one that can still further held advance your town give it your Jon PaINTIee.
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
1TOW 1TO HIELP TYOURI DITRIOT' Talk about it Writoe aout it Buy all you can in it Rmmemlo er that hy nasistingtradespeople you help the place along Purchans and assist your LocAr PAPsn for by 5e doinc you further the best into rests of the Peninsula ''reot. str nIscers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impreosions Fleet eood reliable men to all public positions, not hsecauso they strain them solvos for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. The men who have. invested in stores, workshops and other business places are butding up the distriot, and they shoeld he supported and encouraged-especially the PniLTza
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
NOTES. The Mornington and Somerville football teems opened the season on Saturday, and engaged in a ma'wh on the iatter's ground. Thegame, we understand, was very 'willing,' several arguments occuring. The result was a win for Somerville by 7" points, the game being very even throughout, Representatives of the Mlornington and Frankston junior football teams met in a friendly game at Franksteo on Monday. So even was the play that the scores were - not separate' throughout the game. the inal resall being Frankston, 5 goals C behitids, Mornington, 6 goals 2 behinds The following stringent raul has been added for the comning season in connection with the Federal Football Association :-"In ihe event of a player being injured during the play and having the field, the correspond. ing man on the opposing side shall be ordered off hy the I- d uanpire until. hlie be able to resurne." Lou. Harrison, Mornington's capab!e rover, has been chosen in the first 25 to play with the Fitzroy league tea...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
HASTINGS. The redoubtable Hastings, by all reports, are eager for the fray to com mence. They have retained the majority of last year's players, who are all in tip-top fettle, having been as-iduous y training for some time. No -tone is ever left unturned by Hastings to procure the best possible results, and their aiforts, for the past soeces-fa. Th- unanimous vote of the club was that Jimmy Wilson should be re elecel captain, and no bever choice could have b-?s Inade. He is a clean player ond a capable okipp.r, and, no doubt, his cptaincy is a geat factor in the team's success. We understand that Andy Amen do'a had a run with ],ornin-tn io S.turday, just to 'get his hand in,' so that he will be all the more fit when he takes his place as rover for his old club. I he ~ame rolid ruck as did battle so well l«t year wi 1 again b: together. Francis and Robinson are two solid fo'lowers, and Amendola a very clever iov, r. There is a probability of "Nipper" Floyd going back to the team, but...
FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
FRANKSTON. Frankston have commenced the s-ason in earne', and on Saturday pr.ctically all the tcm were in colors. They engaged in a match. with the 'Stretchers' (campers at Frankston), and, though the footbal was not of the highest standad, a good practice game resulted. The 'Stretchers' were a 'mixed lot,' and were simply out for fun. The most conspicuous man on the side was big 'Joe,' who, attired in full South Melbourne costume, looked every inch a football-r. The play was very rough, but of a friend'y spirit, hard humps being very numerous, though all the players emerged from the fray unharmed, with the excep tion of a'few unfortunate ones, The result was a win for Frankston by a small majority. The seasiders have some frash talent to strengthen their ranks this season, Gunther and Ellis being two u-eful men. The latter has p'enty of dash, and will be very handy, while Gunther marks nicely and kicks well two leading features. H. Dennis tosk his place in the team after an absence...
Football Topics WHAT THE CLUBS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
Football Topics WHAT THE CLUBS ARE DOING. MOBNINGTON. Mornington p'ay Somerville at Mornington to-day, and a good game is expected. Both sides will be strongly represented. The club intends holding a concert and ball at an early date. Rumor says ,hat Mornington will have four or five new men in this season, and the red white and 'blues expect to be 'there' at the finish. Mornington shaped well against Somerville ast 'aturday. W. Ma'e pays a nice game in the nick, and S. Garlick played up to his old form on the wing. J. McArthur on the back line played a splendid game and made some great dashes. H Golds and G. Harri son are two juniors of much promise and are sure to improve. ' J-O.an?t l ad J.-Hutchios wreo in good form and drfended well.
Original Poetry. (To a Departing Friend.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
Original Poetry, (To a Departing Friend.) When you are on the rolling wave, Far off and outof sight of lana, Think oft of those who grasped your hand As sorrowful farewells they gave. Far out we'll watch the trail of black That marks the steamer's onward course ; Our hearts will only feel remorse Until oace more we get you back. 'Constant and true you've alwaysproved To those who ever wished you well; Your leaving strikes a doleful knell, Where ofttimes other feelings moved. Farewell kind friend I a last good-bye With thoughts that cling to days now past, Of happy hours, which could not last, We spent togeher-you and I. -To fticedship's name we'll Hll be true, Though, perhaps, for years we dwell apart, We'll keep your niche within our heart . In spite of this last sad adieu.
Bilious Attacks. SUFFERED FOR YEARS. DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS RESTORED HER TO HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
Bilious Attacks. SUFFERED FOR YEARS. DR MIORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS RESTORED HRR TO HEALTH. Mrs Martha Sim mons, 8 Cove St. Balmain, to es how she was ailing for years, subject to bilious attacks, peri odical headaches,. and constipation from her school days to womanhood. "Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills were," she states "the salvation of her life." Read what she says : "In my teens I suffered very badly from Bilious Attacks. My blood was very poor, my whole system became eompletely run down, and on many oc casions I was so weak that I had to be supported home by my schoolmates. As I'grew older I did not seem to overcome my weak ness, and I was in this state of health for a long time. Per iodiial headaches, bilious attacks, and constipation were my constant ilments. I gave many medicines ,a fair trial, but Idid not regeive any per manent relief. The salvation of my life was Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills; it w.s wonderful how they relieved me of bilious attacks. They put life into may bo...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911
SOIIERVILLE. Somerville, as shown by the result of thir game with Mornington on Saturday, are in fine working order, and have a very good ride. No doubt the players stick to each other well, and they, probably, will show the re. sultvery forcibly during the season. Billy .Monk, the energetic secretary, has been thinking of 'turning the game ut,' but he has responded to the call of "We want you Billy," and has decided to strip for the team. We understand that Percy Thornell received a nasty knock during the match on Saturday It is to be hoped the injury will pass off before the com mencement of the seasin, as Percy is a handy forward, and along with "Kenny' Webb, the goal-kicking is well looked after Several useful men from Tooradin district are spoken of as likely starters, whilst some of Tyabb's team might throw in their lot with the 'yellow and blues.'