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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CoNTraNU their subscrzptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontin iance of their periodicals, the published may continue to send them until; Aasaas are paid. . If subdcribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are IXESPON8IBLu until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subsrinbers remove to other plikes without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NorTCs to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking It, otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subecri bher will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.
NATIVES OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
. NATIVK Oul'.:'A'.u,,. . Early in this century the !:hi...i , Tasmania, or Van LI;m;onn's Land t:s it was once called. ciilan to be' peopled by; folk from Great ?lri'iin. RIough tineseli of it these settlers had f>;r many a year, buit their chief troubles ca,.-e from .he blacks and the bushrangers. The numbers of the'natives has never been large, and con stant fighting with the new comters hart reduced them.still more. Now this state of things shocked a good many persons, and Sir George Artlnur, the Governor, tried to put an end to it by attempting to persuade the blacks to retire to a part of the island where they should .be out of harm's way. But' this well-meant 1ilan failed, and the cruel warfare went on as before.7 .There was, however, a certain manl named Robertson, a'bricklayer and builder by trade, who was pained at th: treatment of the blacks 'and he resulved to do what lay in him to change it. tliz notion was to go single-handed ainontgt the natives, and advise them to...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON, 1-Brndy, M: 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfleld Park 5-Hay, Mrs G--Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritehie and Co. T 8-Grnmwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Grice, J., "Moondah" 10-Robertson, 11, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. P C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Fropriotor 14-Garrood, C 15-I-ooth, G W 16-Plowman. Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregry. A II 19-Mackias and William , b'L hers 20-Cozall, A, butcher 21--31asterton. HI, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D. torekeer r 23-Gamb!e H, Blacksmith 24-Collins, H.M., "GOrsc:' .l." 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula' 26-Di Gilio, B
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
WHY ?"?ue :1 W HY \Vast money on unnecetry Paint ? W HY not use the snd on your Property to the ! best advantage ? W Y Pay exorbitant prices for wooden buildings when I can Build to suit in any Style, Shape or Size ? Cool, I)urable,'Cement, Brick Buildings at 20 per cent Cheaper than Wood, Guaranteed Waterproof and Iampproof, and only the best of English: Cement used. "-V Call or Write for Estimates. Silos a Speciality GEO. FREEMAN, Builder, -R 0 S E B UD. LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR,--- 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. Prr, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will cali on you immediately Tel. 179 City ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) ---Railway Store, Mornington. GROCERIES. STANDARD-Tbe Best QUALITY---The Freshest PRICE-The Lowest BOOTS AND SHOES Of All Kinds and Prices STYLE-The Latest DRAPERY & MILLINERY UP-TO-DATE and STYLISH. See our Flanneletter, Flannels, Blankets. Calicoe...
Fruit Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
,Fruit Market. Writing under .date London, 11th April, Messrs. dFward Jacobs and Sons report sales of 3057 cases of Aus traliani and Tasmanian apples, ex. as. Orsova, and state that, 'whilst, the Western-Australian portion of the ship ment arrived in very good condition. and the. South Australian portion in fair condition, the Tasmanian apples shipped by the same vessel arrived in -very bad order, practically the whole of the Ribstons, Alexanders, Codlins, and Alfristons being more or less badly affected with "bitter pit." The prices, realised were as follows:-Aus tralian apples (chiefly Western Austra lian) :-Oox's Orange Pippins.-A few extra choice, 26s to 17s, others accord fng to condition, down to 12s. Jona thans.-The best from 14s Gd to 13s, the bulk from 12s Gd to 11s, the re mainder (more or less inferior in quality and condition, and some under the prescribed limits in regard to size), 10s Gd to 8s. Cleopatras.-The bulk from 13s to 10, a few others down to 8s. Adam's Pearma...
Close Seasons. LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
Close Seasons. LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTEo TED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Pchedules of the Game Act 1890. 'TnE WHiLE Ym~I. - All Austra ian Fauna (with the exception'of Snakes) in the National Parks and Public Garden, Acanthiz e or Tits. Babblers, Bears (son i Native Bears); Bee-eaters, Black Cocka. I tcos, Black Swans, Black-.taed or 'Rock I Pebbler Parrots, Brcng-winged and other wild pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Caterpillar.catc-ers, Chats, (see Ephthianurna), Coach-whip Birds, Cockatoos, blacd, Cranes-all birds a known as Cranes, such 4s Herons, Egret,, &:; (exeept the Native-Companion or Aus. tralian Crane), Cuckoos, Unckoo.shrikes, Curlows (too Southern Stone Plover, & e.) Deer. Doves, Java Turto. Doves Wild Egrets (see Cranes, &c.), Emus, Ephthias,. uras or Chats, Fan.t'rls, Fly.catcher-, Frogmouth or Podargus and dlopoker, Graucalus Family, all members of, Herons (see Cranes), Ibis, Java Turtle Doves, Kargar...
Mornington Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
Moriington Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was hold in the library on Thursday evening, May 9th. .Mr Ferber was in the chair, and the following were present--Messrs Grover; Pennefather, Hudson, Somers, and Tait ; lesdames Barrett, and Tait, and Misses Sandi ford (2), Ferber, Bieri. (2); Buchor, 'ephen/Darrotn-(S)- ond(a Grove.--..: .The secretary, after- reading the minutes of the last meeting, put for ward a statement showing the fEnin cial position of the club. The receipts for the year amounted to £72 17s 7d, and the expenditure to £75 15s Od, but this difference was just about met by additional subscriptions in the hands of tie secretary, so th:it the club was practically free of debt. Thi large amount expended was; of course, due to the wo:k in connection with the new court, which had been in hand for the past two years, awl was ready for play early this year. Of the three courts it is now easily tihe best, :and the club is greatly indebted to M1r G...
Dates to Remember. For Particulars see our advertisement columns. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
Dates to Remember. For Particulars see our advertisement coluins., May 25-Closing of enders for pulling .down and Fre-erectinsc- 20 chains.of fencing on Tyabb Recreation Ground May 25-Visit of Mr W.V G. Jenniigs free and receive pupis in tbe art of singing ' . May 27-Iniporcant meetin, of So mervillo Fruitgrowers' asso ciation May 29-Lecture by Mr George Shepherd at Mornington Junction on Australian Bird Life May 29-Clearing sale of'stock, vo hicles," furnitiro, : etc., at - Frankston, by Brody and Mas.jn June 1l-Monthly meeting of Mooroo . duo Progress Association at SCapt Woodhobise's residence, Tyabb June 1?-Clearing sale of household ' furniture and effects at Hastings on account of Mr L. G Cobbett June 3-S6cial in aid .of Somerville S Football club June 8-Cinderella dance in the Me chanics' Hall, Frankston, in aid of the funds of the Frankston Football Club June 10-Alex. Scott and Co's Tanti monthly market, alteration from first Monday in month account of King's Birthday
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
J. F. Bieri Mornington Cafe, , PARKSIDE," Main Street, Mornington Linchr-n, Afternoon Tea, Refresh rees , ;le Cream, and Confectionery cf the e?: Quality. High-class Cakes and Paetrs a Speciality. Caterer for Wedding Breakfasts, Balls. Soirees, Private Dinners and Suppers. ?.e-i:-s2-la Eelp. G IB SON, Upholster and Carpet Planer. MAIN-ST., MORNINCTON Snt anrend. Fu rniture Polihed. Venetian Blinds Painted aol Repaired. Chimneys Swept. L-::cr- attendel t. Charges Moderate. I. DAW aqd SON, GENERAL GARRIERS, BEG to notify the inhabitants of MORN INGTON and DISTRICTS that they have purchased the old established General Carriers Business offlR J. ALLISON, Albert-street, rlORNINOTON, and sia:l ce glad to receive the same kind :i-;'rt and Patronage as was extended to Ser:e preds.cssr. Alt oders will be promptly attended to as hitherto. Letters, Telegrams, etc, will also receive Every Attention. Being in conjunction with the firm o TRODD and SON, General Carriers, 241 Collins-street, Melbou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, c?ydeb~i," MORNINCTON. a?cuIes all kinds of WATr H. CLOCK JEWELLERY and ga.. r. 8PEC'ACLE REPAIRS. Glases and keys fitted. Orders can be ef with Messrs Annear Bros., MJring tea; Mr Endduek, lromauns; Messrs Ngan and pons, `omerville; or Car ri.NesMars Canu?s ,ul Wi::i~-a, w'h. pie- Clydebantk" daily Estimates given Srepairs, if desired, Defore proceeding itha them proda of every description eniectead with the trade, including the matup.todste mkes of watches sub. fitted for appeals Customers visited by appointment J. IILLARD, C BIER and CAB (PRO SPRIETOR, FRANKSTbON. Cabs Meet alt Trains. Parcels and Lugga?e received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicles for hire. Prices reasoable? ettes and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, pamnlies Waited .n for Orders......... Prime Meat Only S-pt ................. Sgma Goods of Every D?rsriptlon Fresh Daily Fides and Skin; Bought............... _. _G. CIAMB F...
Obituary. MR ALEX, McLELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
Obituary. MR ALEX. McLELLAN. Intense sorrow was expressed throughout the peninsula when it became known that Mr. Alex. McLel- lan, a very old and highly respected resident, had passed away at his late residence, York Street, Mornington, on Sunday last, at the age of 75 years. The deceased gentleman was born in Sterling, Scotland, and arrived in Australia over 6o years ago.. In the early days Mr McLellan followed up the diggings around Castlemaine, and afterwards took up a selection at Moorooduc, where lie resided for about 50 years. While there, Mr. &nbsp; McLellan was very successful as a contractor, several important bridges being erected by him, including the big railway bridge near the Long Beach Hotel, over the Kananook Creek. This occupation Mr. McLel- lan followed up for about 25 years, &nbsp; and afterwards went in for sheep and farming, until two years ago, when he sold his property and came to Mornington. The deceased was an Elder in the Presbyterian Church...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
LOCAL AND GENERALE . We have been requested by the ei management of the Ragged Boys' g' Home, Frankstsn, to ask residents to a forward clothes for the use of the boys during the coming winter. "Any use- o ful articles of left off clothing may be left at this office, and parcels will be duly sent along to the Home.' The social evening which is to take place in the elechanics' Institute, aerile, 'on King's Birthday, June 3rd, id aid of the Somerville Football Club; pr,mis a to be :a great success and should prove most enjoyable. The evening's amusement will consist of dancing, together with a musical pro gramme by the best' local and 'elel bourne talent. At the Morning .ervice at St, Paul's Church of England, Frankston,' on Sunday last, the brilliant tenor , Mr .W. G. Jennings, sang a solo from •Elijah,' to a good congregation. The singer's interpretation was perfect, his volume and range exceptionally good, and his notes, especially those of the. upper register, were immensely pleasi...
FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
FRANKSTON v. SOM.ERVILLE. A late .strt was made in the match lbetween the above clubs on Saturday on the fine park at Somerville. Frank aton had to "scnrtch" to get a full team, and Somerville, who were wi h out the services of West and Walli', w. re warm favorites. The game, which was played in heavy showers duri ga couple of the quarters, was not vey interesting to watch, being inc!ir.cd towards scrambling play al m-t thromughour. Frankston had a le d .f one pnint at the end of the first quarter, Lut Somerville ihen put in gIKd work and had a comfortable lead at half-time. With the wind in the third term, Frankston were attacking mostly, but their forwards were weak, and they alau had the bad luck to hit the goal post a couple of times. Strengthening their back line for the final quarter, Somerville kept their lead, winning by 11 points. Scores: Somerville-4-8 (32 points). Frankston-2-9 (21 points). Smith was about the best man on the winning side, though Ken. Webb was as uot ful ...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION. HASTINGS v. MORNINGTON. A CLOSE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 May 1912
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION: HASTINGS v. MORNINGTON. A CLOSE GAME. The match between Hastings and Mornington drew a large crowd of spectators to the Morning ton ground on Saturday. The weather was threatening, and a drizzling rain set in during the last quarter, but, except for making the ball a little greasy, it did not make much difference in the play, Both teams were strongly represented, and were ready to take the field punctually to time, but a delay of three quarters of an hour occurred through the umpire not arriving until dhe 3.30 train came in. On the bounce Mornington were the first to attack; a free to McAr thur with a splendid high mark by H. Go!ds reeartel in a goal within a minute of the start. Hastings then forced the play, and from a free kick to Carmichael a point was registcred. Give and take play followed for the rest of the quarter. The only notable feature was the goal kicked by J. MeArthur, a spleudd run round the wing to half forward ending in a goal with ...
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Make Your District Known "Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. 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 rome man or woman take the mat. ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is d(oing it for your dis. trict, will YOU try on the LINES ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or-neighborhood, suchas weddings, deaths, accidents, con certs, matters touching the industries, etc. Write your name in some corner; not for printing; but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, butletcriticism alone Woodl' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, l/6.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
M I EN WE are opening a fine lot of Tweed and Oilskin Overcoats, also the latest Light weight 3lackintoshes, all prices. Leggings, Heavy Boots, Blankets, Rugs everything to keep you warm and dry. FOOTBA L LERS, WVE will have all yoil require, any Colors. CIROFT BROS., SOMERVILLE. A Boon to Orchardists "THE DUT I OIT" MOTOR SPRAY PUMP and FARM ENGINE Combined. It will Spray your Trees; Work your Chaffcutter; Run your Churn and Separator, etc. The Best '.one -the Market. ALBERT DUTHOIT LT" IMPORT AND EXPORT MERCHANTS, 396 Flinders Lane, MELBOURNE. COFFEY BROS. FAWI[OUS VEHICLES AND HARNESS. Hundreds to choose front. New and Secondhand CASH OR TERMS. 187 Queel Street, Melbourne, aird 630 Glhurct Street, Ric1r noqd. DO DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do you suffer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekbone ? Are you afflicted with a sore throat, pains in the eye and ear? Or have you an offensive breath and" nasty taste in your month from discharging gum...