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Naval Base Works A START AT WESTERNPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Naval Base Works. A START AT WESTERNPORT. ~.General work on naval bases will t be a feature. of naval developement during Ihe financial year to commence on July 1st next. ' So much compara tively inexpensive preliminary work ' in surveying, sounding and planning, has to be done that this will probably not involve the placing of a startlingly large amount on the estimates. The Government will be glad enough to postpone heavy expenditure on naval bases till 1913 14, for it will have to find at least £1,600,000 during next year to complete the building of the warships and to equip them with stores and reserves of stores. This must come from revenue. Borrowing for the navy is tabooed by Ministers and their caucus. Only at We~ternport has'work pro ceeded beyond the preliminary stages. There surveying and sounding are. almost completed, and on Tuesday the first: batch of workmen were de spatched: to Han's Inlet. They numbered 25, and will be the advance party of probably 200 men to be sta...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
TYABB.. What was to have been a "special' night at the H.H.C. last week, was postponed on account of the rain, very few members putting in an appearance. It was deemed advisable to hold over the event until some future data. The c"-tract for doing the fencing on the recreation ground has been let. Mr Laity's tender of 31 Sd per chain was accepted, and the work will be gone on with immediately. Since this contract will cost a good bit less than was estimated by the committee, it would be a good idea to put the rest of the money into sinking a dam at the lower end of the proparty. About two feet of soil hbs already been re moved from a good area, and a'further depth of about five feet would provide a dam, which is very necessary. Some time ago members and patrons of the H.H.C. expressed a dresire to have more than the usual hour's dance. To this end they approdchled the Hall committee -for ? permission, and the lattri" bdy" is w'illihig,-undeur certain conditions. To-night; an extraor...
LIST OF FIXTURES. Matches to be played on the ground of the first-named Club. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
LIST OF FIXTURES. Matches to be played on the ground of the first-named Club. May 4. Frankston v. Mornington. " Somerville 'v. Hastings." May 11. Hastings v. Frankston.. Mornington v. Somerville. May 18. Mornington v. Hastings. Somerville v. Frankston. May 25. Mornington v. Frankston. Hastings v. Somerville. June 1. . Frankston v. Hastings. Somerville v. Mornington. June 8. Hastings v. Mornington. Frankstoui v. Somerville. June 15. Frankston v. Mornington. Somerville v. Hastings. June 22. Hastings v. Frankiton. Mornington ~i. Somerville. June 29. Mornington v. Hastings. Somerville v: Frankston. July 6. 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. and Semi-Final.
Frankston Tent I.O.R. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Frankston Tent I.O.R. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. There was a good attendance at the annual concert held by the above last Wednesday night in 'the. Mechanics' hall. An enjoyable programme was contributed, instrumental,- music, elo cution, and vocal items being judici ously interspersed. The Frankston orchestra (under the baton of Mr Aisbett) performed very creditably, both their selections being much en joyed. Mr Hill gave two solos, the best of which was "The' Flight of Ages.' IMiss Twyford was heard to advantage in two solos, her best number being "Idle Words." Mrs .T. Lawrey told an excellent humorous story, depicting the worries caused to an Irish aunt by a rascal of a nephew. Bro. Smith, P.D.C.R., gave an- interesting address o'n.the progress of 'the lIocal.:Ten~t whose members in 12 months had in creased in numbers from 80 odd to 60 .odd, and the bonefits of the order generally, his humorous style and fine delivery making his address appreci ated by his hearers A laughable dialogue, "...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION. SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION. I SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. Somerville journeyed to Hast ings on Saturday with a weak team, being without Van, West, W. Vansuylen, Griffeth, Monk and McLaurin. Somerville won the toss, and kicked with the wind. At the bounce Somerville were first to get going, Murray raising one flag, and Hastings backs were being pressed hard. Ken. Webb, after putting in a nice bit of play, scored Somerville's first goal. Hastings rallied towards the finish, and J. Wilson, from a nice mark, added their first goal. Somerville were going great guns, and some, nice play was shown by Firth, Smith, and Willis, enabling Dickson to kick the visitors' second goal. When the bell sounded the scores were, Somerville 2-1, Hastings 1-3. Hastings, with the wind to help them in the second quarter, soon had Somerville backs in trouble. Denham, marking well, added Hastings second goal. Hastings were playing fine football, and had Somerville all at sea. Denham notched third and fourth ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL tribt news, etc., : crowdel dout of this issue, together with items riecived too late. Miss Squires, dressmaker, will resume taking orders from the 4th June, at Osborne House, Frankston. The next of the fortnightly euchre parties in aid of the Frankston foot ball club will be held in the Mechanics on Thursday night next. A general meeting of the Frankston Choral Society will be held this (Saturday) evening in the Mechanics, prior to the weekly rehearsal. The Frankston Tennis Club intend ho'ding another "tennis afternoon at the courts on Wednesday next, when, a mixed tournament will be p'ayed, and refreshments provided.. Or E. Clark, of Sorrento, has been granted a certificate by the Public Works Department, as a mark of ap preciation of his valuable services as captain of the Sorrento Life Saving Corps for 15 years.. The entertainment in aid of the Mornington Football Club, which was to take paece in June, has been. post poned until Jily,.the date of which will app...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
DROMANA. "Britain's myriad voices call, Sons be welded each and all, Into one imperial whole, One life, one flag, one fleet, one Throne I" Happy children's voices heralded what has become "Children's Day" in Dro mane, when, on Friday last, the parents and friends gathered at- the school to assist in celebrating Empire Day. Mr A. Shaw acted as chairman. A programme of patriotic songs, reel tations, and essays was contributed by the children, and a very stirring ad dress was given by the Rev. W. Ben nett on the motto, 'Unity is Strength.' During the proceedings , the prizes donated by Victoria League for essays on "Canada" were presented to the winners-Irene McFadden and Clifford Bennett An adjournment was made to the flagpole, while the children saluted the flag and all joined in sing ing the National Anthem. Three cheers for the King brought the morn ing proceedings to a close. After lunch had been partaken of at the Mechanics'. a programme of races for present and past pupils of th...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
SOMERVILLE. With a view of having Empire Day celebrated in good style, the Somer ville sohool committee invited the surrounding a?hools to join and make a combiuied effort. Tyalb, Pearce dale, Moorooduc and Langwarrin North responded, and sene along good contingents. The children and par ents metin the hall, and were address ed by Messrs Chas Murray, Geo. Griff eth and Dr Grifith. Patriotic songs were sung under the leadership of Mr G WV. Reed. The ceremony of salut ing the flag was gone through, and hearty cheers given for King and Em pire. After lunch, in Coronation Park a good prgramme of sports was gone through. Messrs Hobbs, J. E. Jones, T. Mae, Chas. and PercyThornel rendered the committie valuable assis tance. The thanks of the visiting school were expressed by Messrs Male and McLaurin during tea time, The chidren will not forget May 24th, 1912.
BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
BALNARRING. Always a popular and successful function, Empire Day this year eclipsed all previous celebrations of that day, the parents, residents, school committee and teachers co-operating together to make the occasion a memorable one, not only to the chil dren, but to the parents and public as welL The ordinary school work was super seded by other, suitable to the day and occasion, and in the afternoan the celebration was continued on the ra rcation reserve, in the presence of a large number of residents, who had subscribed most liberally to the funds for the provision of prizes to the scholars, a wise determination being arrived at that all prizes should be in the form of books, the reading of which would foster the spirit the day is calculated to engender. The libe rality of the residents will enable the teacher to place a fine permanent memento of the day in the hands of every scholar. An interesting programme of ath letic events was arranged, and entered into by. the youngster...
MOUNT ELIZA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
MOUNT ELIZA. Empire Day was, celebrated at Mount Eliza State School on Friday last. In the morning the usual pro gramme was carried out in an appro priate manner by the teacher (Miss Worbose), In the afternoon a large number of visitors assembled at the school, and at about I o'clock a special programme of suitable songs and reci tations was given by the scholars, after which the chairman of the com mittee (Cr Stephens) addressed the children in appropriate words, con gratulating the children and the head teacher on the excellent singing anid reciting. He reminded them of their duty to God, the Empire, and to their parents and teacher, and he impressed upon the boys to uphold the right and oppose the wrong, and be true to the Empire. A letter was read to the children from Major Campbell, from Murray Downs, Swan Hill, as follows To Chairman of Committee, Dear Sir,--On Empire Day, when you are addressing the children at the Mount Eliza State school, would you please give them this me....
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
MORNINGTON. Empire Day was celebrated ab the Morniugton State school on Friday morning, the 24th inst. There was a good attendance of parents and friends of the scholars present, who thoroughly enjdyed the concert given by the pupils. Patriotic addresses were de livered by the Revs. Saudiford, McDougall, and Nye, and highly ap preciated. After saluting the lag and singing 'Gcd Save the King,' the children were given a half-holiday. On Monday afternoon next the children will be entertained in the park, where a monster picnic and sports meeting will be held, at d in the evening a bio scope entertainment will be held in the 3Mechanic?' Institute, when all children will be admitted free.
Dates to Remember. For Particulars see our advertisement columns. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Dates to Remember For'Particulars see our advertisement columns. June 1-Monthly meeting of Mooroo due Progress Association at Capt. Woodhouse's residence, 'Tyabb June 1-Clearing sale of household furniture and effects at Hastings on account of Mr L. G Cubbett. June 3-Social in aid of Som.rville Football club June F WilTretes 'sa bii;ofbrzcwhd * .b: store fat Mornington. The sale iwill be conducted by W, F. Vale & Co. at their rooms, 285 Coilins-street 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 J account of King's Birthday June 12-Closing of tenders for seve ral 'contracts edvertiseil by the Frankston and Hastings shire council
KEEPING MOSQUITOES AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
KEEPING MOSQUITOES A' BAY. The cleianest and'most cftectual re pellant-i.e., material which will keep oft sosquitoes-is oil of citronella, which is an'extract from a grass, Anu dropogon nardus, primarily used in the manufacture of cheap grades of perfumery. The odour is not unples. sant to most persons, is quite lasting, and absolutely keeps of all kinds of mosquitoes. Protected by this mate rial, I have slept comfortably for an hour on a seashore piazza? on an even ing when everyone else was driven in doors. I have used it since 1897 on all my collecting trips, and no mat Ler how: large the swarm of mosqui toes surrounding me in the marihes or in the woods, none ever alighted on any part of mny body rubbed with the oil of citronella. Many others have used this material on my re commnendation, .and in all cases- it I has proved absolutely effective. It may be liberally applied on the nandls and face, or other exposed parts of the body, but shduld be kept out of the eyes. On very hot...
LANGWARRIN NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
LANGWARRIN ORTH. In response to an invitation from th- Ser.m lle School Committee, the elder children journeyrd there for the ampire Day celebration,. and sep«nt a rst enjoyable time, the sports pro ided pving most attractive to thb jivenie visitors, and in the flsg con tests with two aides competing the enthusiam of the adults was un bounded. As the time of year wa&lt; against the very young children going any distance away, they attended school as usual, andl carried out a pro gramme consisting of salutirg the flag, the rendering of many patriotic songs and recitations, and an address by the head teacheron the greatness and glory of the British Empire. In the after noon the children had sports and games, which they heartily enjoyed.
FOR A SORE CHEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
FOR?A SOE CH ??T. An excellent remedy for a sore chest, a persistent cough, or any condition that needs a gentle, steady iritation is a mustard plaster,- made.' to be worn not for a few minutes, but for days at a time if needful. It is made with mustard and lard, in the propor tion of one of mustard and two of lard, being careful of that measure of lard. Rub these thoroughly to gether, and spread on a piece of mnus lin cut out in the neck, like a child's bib, and large enough to cover the whole region of the lungs. Cover this with another piece cut in the same manner and run a thread round the edge to keep the mustard from falling out after oil has been absorbed intc the skin. Tie it around the neck by means of tapes at the upper corners, and wear it twenty-four hours, and so on as long as it may be needed. This plaster never blisters if properly made, and is an excellent application for a sensitive skin that will not bear much irritation. It should he covered on the outside with a ...
Empire Day. DISTRICT CELEBRATIONS. GENERAL ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Empire Day. DISTRICT CELEBRATIONS. GENERAL ENTHUSIASM. Below we give an account of the celebrations of Empire Day, May 24th, throughout this distric, each of the towns commemorating the day with enthusiastic loyalty. FRANKSTON. To an audience comprised of the members of the school committee, parents and friends, the scholars, under the head teacher's conductor ship, gave an enjoyable selection of patriotic songs, the voices Ilending harmoniously, whilst the time and volume was excellent. Interesting addresses were delivered by the chair man of the school committee (Cr T. Ritchie). and the Rev. G. A. Kitchen, Rev J. Lowe, Captain Sherlock and Mr Richardson, the head teacher. A fine historical picture depicting the opening of the first Commonwealth Parliament by King George V, (then Duke of Cornwall and York) sub scriled fr :l' tIe residents was formally presented to the school by Captain Sher:cck, the head teacher acknowledging the gift. Surround. ing the picture are the names of all...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
* Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are ae,.sidesed as wishing to CONT1Nua their euhseriptions 2. If Subscribers order thesdiscontin nance of their periodicals, tie published may continue to send them until ARREARS are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the oflice to which they are direCted, they are lKESPONSrBL1 until they have settled their hills, and ordered the I.eriodlcels o hbe disontinued. 4. If subberbers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, Ifeubocrbers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NoTrc to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking it, otherwise the pubiseher is authorised to send on, and the ubhscri ber will be responpible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Bereavement Notice. THE FAMILY of the late Mr and Mrs Alexander McLellan desire to return &nbsp; sincere THANKS for kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. EUlte 4taitnrb. PUBLISHBD EVERY .SATURDAY MORNING 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" Telephone No. 6, Frankston. SATURbAY, JUNE 1.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Bredy, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Bowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit. W. G., 'Standard' Ofice' 7-Ritchie and Co, T 8--Grmwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Grice, J., "Moondah" 10-Robertson, II, Seiencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Proprieotor 14-Garroed, C 15-Booth, O W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, .W 18-Gregory. AH 19-Mackis and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall, A, butcher 21-Masterton. i, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamble H, Blacksmith 24-Collins, ILM., "Gracedale." 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula' 26-Di Gilio, B MORNINGTQN. 1-Harrison,:L 2-Koraer, W A, auctioneer 3-O'Gorman. Mrs 4-Tait, D. J. B. 4-Dr Comers; 6-3 W Doherty 7-Kilpatrick's Hotel DROMANA. 1--uddock, E 2-Clamenger, HM 3-South Channel Lighthouse 4-Edwards, G 8 SOMERVILLE. 1-Griffeth, G 2-Griffith, Dr SORRENTO. 1-Continental 2-Allan, J D 3-Smith, H B H 4-Smitb, WS H 5-Goodall, John 6-Lombaid. J 7-Friend, B H 8-Cain, I 9-Quarantine Statio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 June 1912
WHY Fear ,ush Fires 1 W HY Waste money on unnecessary Paint? W HY not use the sand on your Property to the W best advantage ? W HY ray exorbitant prices for wooden buildings 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 Waterproof1 and Dampproof, and only the best of English Cement used. Call or Write foi Estimates. Silos a Speciality GEO. FREEMAN, Builder, -R O S E B U D. C. P. STANWAY LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR, 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIrrr, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALIITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will call on you immediately Tel. 1769 City ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) - Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY STANDARD-The Beet U'-TO-DATE and STYLISH. QUALITY--The Freshest PRICE--The Lowest See our Flannelette', Flannels, Blankets. Calicoes, Sh'eeti-ng, Drees BOOTS AND SHOE...