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Ladies' Guild at Somerville. ENTHUSIASTIC INCEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 June 1912
Ladies' Guild at -Somer= ville. ENTHUSIASTIC INCEPTION. A meeting of ladies, convened by Mrs G. Shepherd, was held in the 3Mechanic' Hall, Somerville, on Thursday afternoon. There was a large attendance of ladies, and Dr Gritfith was also present. Mrs Shepherd, addressing the meeting, said the object was to form a guild to help to pay for the show grounds recently purchased by the Fruit growers' Association ; also for any buildings they may find necessary toerect. It was proposed to hold socials, bazaars, and any other en tertainments that might be profit able. They were all interested in the fruitgrowing industry, directly or indirectly, and the show day is the gala day of the year. They were going to show the fnritgrowers that when they make a more in the right direction, the ladies had the grit to help them. She was very pleased to have their esteemed friend, Dr Griffith, with them. He was always interested in their works, and he was especially in terefted in baby fruitgrowers; h...
Loyal Celebrations. KING'S BIRTHDAY FESTIVITIES AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 June 1912
Loyal Celebrations. KING'S BIRTHDAY FESTIVI TIES AT MORNINGTON. Much enthusiasm prevailed at Mornington on Monday, in connection with the celebration of King's birth &nbsp; day. The weather was fine, and there was a large influx of visitors from the surrounding districts. Flags and streamers were flying at the various business places, schools, and private residences, and also in the park, where a monster picnic and sports meeting was held. At 12 o'clock the children from the various schools, together with a large number of spectators (including school committees) assembled at the local state school, when the President of of the shire (Cr J. G. Barrett) pre sented a beautiful historical picture, depicting the opening of the first Commonwealth Parliament by King George V (subscribed for by the resi dents) to Mr Ferber (the head teacher) for the school. On the pic ture are the names of the present scholars, the the teaching staff, school committee, and subscribers to the presen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 June 1912
W HY Fear 1ush Fires ?1 WV HY Waste money on unnecessary Paint W HY not use the sand on your Property to the Ml best advantage ? W HY Pay exorbitant prices for ivooden' buildings when I can Build to suit in any Style, A Shape or Size? D Cool, Durable, Cement, Brick'Buildings - at 20 per cent Cheaper than Wood, Guaranteed Waterproof I and Dampproof, and only the best of English Cement used. Call or Write for Estimates. Silos a Speciality o0 GEO. FRER?EMAN, Builder, --R 0 S E B U D. C. P. STANWAY, L..DING? LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR, 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will call on you immediately TeL 17® City ANNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) ----Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY STANDARD--Tbe Best FUF-TO-DATE and STYLISHII. QUALITY-The Freshest PRICE-The Lowest Bee our Flannelettee, Flannels, BOOTS AND SHOES Blankets, Calicoe,...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 June 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL' The annual meeting of. the Frank ston Tennis Clnb will be held, as per advertisement, on Friday evening, June 14th. The Somerville footballers held a very successful social an l dance in the Mechanics' Hall on Monday. The Hall was far too small to accommodate those who wished-to dance. The pro ceeds amounted to about £10. SThat popu'ar i"?nuael event, the ' Frankston M.U.I O.O.F. ball, has been fixsed'for Wednesday, July 8rd. A strong committee have commenced to make arrangements, and this year's fixture promises to be as enjoyable as ever. The eldest of the three sons of Jennings Carmichael, the poetess, was &nbsp; &nbsp; entertained at the Swastika ladies' club literary circle in Mebourne on Thursday &nbsp; &nbsp; last. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; talented pianist and vocalist, Miss O'Grady, was amongst those'who con tributed to the programme, rendering B an appreciated vocal item. Th...
Balnarring A.N.A. HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 June 1912
Balnarring A.N.A. , aAL.EYEABELY.MEXTING. A large number of members at te4,ed this meeting on Thursday last, President F.rrell in the chair. In furthearce of its advocacy of the de eentralization movement, the branch e'ected two delegates to represent it at the large dep.tation which waited on the Premier on May3lsI uruing him to d.n.aething practical in the matter. Notice having been received from the Central Board that they had a fine dollection of slides on Tuberculosis, it was agreed that the local medical oficxr be invited to lecture to the brarch on the subject, Member Judd promising to supply the lantern and accessories. The election of officers resulted as follows :-President. Mr A. W. Far rell ;Vice president, Mr W. Judd; S?creta-y, Mr. D. Buckley; Assistant tecretary. Mr. W. G. Myers ; Trea eure, Mr W. Myers ; Auditors, Messrs J. Clark. ad ML Hurley; Committee, Iemsrs E. G. Stone, A. Thomas, P. an -oylen sen., P. Van Suylen jun., L J. Berryman. Mr Tootcher, M.L A, is to vi...
Footballers' Social AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Footballers' Social AT SOMERVILLE. The footballers' Social held at Somervil;e on the 3rd of June proved a most enjoyabld affair. The manag ing committee of ladies had worked hard to make it a success, and were more than rewarded by a crowded house, visitors from Balnarring, Hastings, and Tyabb being present. The chair was taken by the president, Cr 0. Murray, who spoke of the high esteem the yellow and blues were always held in, and though not over burdened with luck, always endea voured to play the game. The hall the beautifully decorated with flags and flowers, with the club's initials everywhere in yellow and blue. Miss Ruby Griffeth played the overture, with "her usual good taste. Mrs Statters, a singer of uncommon finish and refinement, sang several times and was warmly and deservedly ap plauded; the academic perfection of er singing , cannot be too highly praised. Mrs H. Grant sang with 3elicacy and good taste, her excellent voice being used with perfect artis. ry. Miss Twyfor...
Sorrento A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Sorrento A.N.A. The following office.bearers. have been elected for the ensuing six months : President, Mr J. G. Rawlings; Vice-prelident, Mr P. Ditchburn ; Treasurer, Mr A. Cooper; Secretary, C. H. Morgan ; Committee, Messrs E. J. Dark, J. Worster, P. Cartwright, R. F. Hurley; Auditors, Messrs E. Clark, J. Foran.
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA COMPETITION. FRANKSTON v, SOMERVILLE. Somerville visited Franketon on Saturday, and a friendly game was played under unfavorable weather conditions, a strong wind blowing dl the afternoon. The home team had the wind with them in the first term, which gave them a good start, and 'they kept their lead throughout the match. Frankston had a much stronger team than previously, several new men being tried, who proved a tower. of strength to the team. At the bounce Frankston rushed the ball and Buckley, from a'free, sent the oval well up to the forward line,. wh6re Griffith, who was on the hack line for Somerville, inter vened, and sent the ball out of danger for a while. It was again brought back,' and a couple of minors scored. Somerville, with Monk at the head, then carried the ball to their.quarters, but only to be sent back by Buckley, and after some even play, Dennis snatched the oval out of the ruck, and nicely booted a sixer, followed by a couple of singles from...
HASTINGS v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
HASTINGS v. MORNINGTOiN. .There was a good attendance at this match at Hastings on Satur day, the weather being fine, but a strong wind was blowing towards the railway goal, making the flight of the ball erratic at times, ann very difficult to mark. Hastings won the toss and elected to kick with the wind. From the bounce, Mornington were on the aggressi re, and: had the Hastings backs at work. The visitors scored first point of the match, but only: a minor one. From the kick off Hastings took charge, and some concerted play resulted in Lothiarq snapping first sixer for Hastings. On the ball being bounced, the play hung about the centre line for some time, and then Reid passed to lucigneri, who scored a good goal. Assisted by;the strong wind, Hastings kept on plugging at the Mornington goal, but a good bit of play by Garlick and MeArthur took the interest to the other end. Back again and Carmichael got an angle shot and put the oval Iairly between the posts. Off again, and Mornington...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
HORsP CLIPPING. IMPORTANT TO HORSE-OWNERS. FRANK ADDICOTT, AVING purchased one of the Latest Improved nachines, is prepared to do HORSE-CLIPPING in the latest and best style. SATISFACTION ASSURED. LOWEST PRCIE Clipping by Hand- if Preferred. Orders may be loft at H. Gamble's or Frankaton Cordial Factory. D RESSMAK INC. Miss Squires D ESIRES to notify the ladies of Frank ston and Surrounding District that she has commenced business as a - DRESSMAKER . at Osborne House, where she hopes to have a fair share of patronage. :Fit.and 6fe Guaranteed.' COSTUMES A SPECIALITY. D. P. Cain, GENERAL CARRIER, SFRANKSTON. Furaiture Removed. GOOD WOOD SUPPLIED. Special Quotations for Quantities. " Orders forwarded to Frankston Post Ofice will receive prompt and careful I attention. IF YOU Want Money SWant Business Want a Partner Want a Situation Want a Servant Girl Want to Sell a Piano f Want to B?y a'Horse Want to Buy or Sell Shares Want to Sell Any Property Wantto SellHousehold Furniture p Want to...
Valedictory. POPULAR SOMERVILLE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Valedictory. POPULAR SOMERVILLE RESI DENT. A very largely attended farewell meeting was held in the Union Church on May 29th to say goodbye to Mr Taylor; the Tyabb State school teacher, on leaving this district, Rev. Mr Kelly presided. A shbrt programme of musical and other items was ren" dered by the following ladies and gentlemen :-Mrs Reed, "0 Dry those tears" and "Sincerity"; Miss A. Bar ber, "Absent"; Miss Mary Meldrum, "Hearts and Homes"; Mr Errnest' Croft, "Good Company" and "Nancy Lee'; Mr and Mrs Reed, duet, "Night Hymn at Sea ;" Mr H. M. Grant, recitation,- "Parson Jim" (en. cored) ; Rev. Mr Kelly, Scotch read. ing. Mr Kelly, on behalf of the church members, presented Mr and Mrs Tay. lor with a handsome silver teapot. Messrs Chas. Barber and Geo. Reed spoke of Mr Taylor's many good qualities, and the good example he had always endeavored to set, and his enthusiasm in whatever he undertook.. He was always ready to help in any annda ,.en..: Mr Taylor feelingly responed,' aft...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
LOCAL AND CENERAL .That popu'ar annual event, the Frankston M.U.I.O.O.F. ball, has been fixed for Wednesday, July 10th. A strong committee have commenced to make arrangements, and this year's fixture promises to be as enjoyable as ever. Rapid progress is being made in- con nection with the new Savings Bank, which is in course of erection at Morning ton. It is situated next to the Post Offise on the Esplanade. Mr George Keast, hen. secretary of the Peniusula .cricket Association, acknow ledges receipt of a donation of one guinea from Mr H. Noble, of Tyabb, towards the funds of the Association. There was a very large attendance of ailies at the "First Aid' lecture by Dr Griffith in the Mechanics' Hall Somer ville, Io Tuesday afternoon. Dr Grif fith is a fluent speaker, and keeps his audience interested from first to last. A beautiful lamp has been erected to the memory of the late Mr L. Murphy, by Mrs Murphy and family, over the front entrance of St. McCartan's R.C. Church, Mernington...
RAGGED BOYS' HOME. REPLY TO RECENT CRITICISMS INVESTIGATIONS AND EXPLANATIONS. To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
RAGGED. BOYS' HOME. REPLY TO RECENT CRITICISMS INVESTIGATIONS AND EX= PLANATIONS. (By Rev, Professor Adam, M.A.D.D., of Ormond College) To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-As one of the subscribers to this charity, I have had my attention directes to an unfavorable report as to its management, by an accountant of the Treasury, which has been made available for the press. Since the publication of this report, I have been at pains to make careful inquiry into the management of the Home and Mission in Latrobe-street and of the Home at Frankston, and I would beg to submit the results of my impar tial inquiry for consideration in con junction with the accountant's report. The Latrobe-street Home is an exce'lent and well-equipped brick building with Mission Hall attached, recently erected at a cost of £2000, including price of land, and opened by Lady Fuller last April. It has suitable dormitories for about 20 boys, with dining room, bath room, kitchen, board room, and rooms for matron ...