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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Golf. The Mornington Golf Club held competitions for trophies on King's birthday. The leading scores : Ladies' singles, 14 holes. gross hcp. nett Mrs Townsend 96 acr. 96 Mrs Blair 96 scr. 96 Mrs Tait 123 22 96 Mrs Adams 115 - 5 96 In the play-off Mrs Townsend won by 8 strokes. Men's singles, 18 holes. gross hcp. nett R. Nnnn 121 50 78 W. S. Edgar 93 15 78 S. ). Townsend 79 ecr. 79 0. S. Edgar 89 10 79 F. ount 92 6 8G J, D. Grover 111 25 86 In the play-off Mr 1. Nunn won by 15 strokes. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' GreatPeppermint Cure, 1 6d Reports of district functions items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor.
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
DROMANA. Seven applications were received from persons qualified to make a re valuation of all rateab!e properties throughout the Shire of Flinders and Eaagerong, and that of Mr J. V. Hazledine was accepted. Re election matters-It is reported that Cr Clark, who retires in Augus., is to be opposed by Mr J. L. Thomp. son, of Rye. At the local Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday, before Messrs P. Cohen, P.M. and N. Rudduck, J.P., some time was taken in hearing ? a claim for work and labor done by Wm. Asling v. G. Simpson. The amount was £45 8S 6d. The defense was that the agreement was not carried out; that nothingiwad due, in fact the plaintiff was overpaid. After consultation, the case was dismissed, with £3 3s costs. Mr Utber, of Frankston, ap peared for the defence -M- . J. Fox v. John (D. James garnishee). The money had been paid into court, and an order for £12 7e Id, with 18s 6d costs, was made.
Langwarrin Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Langwarrin Progress Association. At the fortnightly meeting of the Pro-ress.Association, held on June 10th, four iew inemberi"?web -?'dupy= elected and another one proposed. There was a fair attendance, . eleven hbeina .nresent. Several . itters.._ ba great importance to the district were discussed. In the matter of a tele phone for the district, a sub-committee was oppointed with power to act. wSeveral residents have sipnified their willingness to become subscribers, and should enough support L, i:. hcoming from along the Cranbourne road to Frankston, that route should be re commended as against the one from the railway station here. It was re solved.that the Railway Department be asked to install a porter at the railway station, as it was' considered the traffic warranted such a step. A letter is to be sent to the proposed Flinders Progress Association con gratulating them on taking such a step forwar,!.. Attention is to be directed to the dilapidated state of some of the finger p...
CRIB POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
CRIB POINT, Stony Point, at the time of writing is of:quite a livelymature, there being four large crayfish vessels anchored. Captain Washbourne, of the Elinsor, captured an enormous sharl, while off The Nobbies, its length being 18 feet by 7 feet 6 inches round, and havinz several rows of beautiful teeth. A very enjoyable evening was spent at the lMechanics' Hall, Fcench Is land, on the 6th inst, to celebrate the home coming of M P. J. Davon and his wife. Mr Davon, who has been school master at the Island for many years, was joined in matrimony to Miss A. Duschier, of Fitzroy, on King's Birthday. Mr and Mrs Davon, who were very popular in the district, have the heartiest wishes for their future, from their numerous friends. A now stir is about to be made here by the paving company, who are about to start quarries, etc. The crusher and plant are expected to ar rive any day. When the business is in full swing, it will give work to many, as the manager expects it to be of an extensive...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brody, M 2-Hogan, J.' 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbel1, Major, Amesfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G.. Standard' Office' --Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grimwade,H W, Myrtoon 9-Grice, J., "Moondah' 1C-Robe,;son, II, Selenc a 11-Maxwell, Dr 12--Chamberlin, P C, Chemist 13-M-illard, 3, Cab Propriet r 14-Garrood, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz; W 18-Gregory. AH 19-MackiM and Willi.rm-, ba' hers 20-Coxall, A, but:Ler 21-M-aset.on. H, 'Rabria' 2--M'Dooald, Dsto e:ci:r 23-Gamble I, B aebtith 24--Collins, ]LM. "G'0 c? lee' 23--Panter, Capt, 'Jeula' 26-L: Gilio, E
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
W HY Fear Bush Fires? W HY Waste money on unnecessary Paint? YW not use the sand on your Property to the Ml best advantage ? W HY Pay exorbitant prices for wooden bvild;ngs when I can Build to suit in any Style, At Shape or Size ? 1 Cool, Durable, Cement, Brick Buildings at 20 per cent Cheaper than Wood, Guarante d Waterproof V and Dampproof, and only the best of English Cement used. C Call or Write for Estimates. Silos a Speciality f GEO. FREEMAN, Builder, -R O S E B U D. STikWAY'S SUITS are the BEST. 62 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. 'hone. 6769 Central A NNEAR BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) - Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLIN ERY STDARD-The Bet UheTO-DATE and STYLISH. QUALITY-The Freshest PRICE--The Lowest See our Flannelettes, Flranels, Blankets, Calicoes, Sheeti=g., ples BOOTS AND SHOES Stuffs, Silks, haces, Ribbons, etc. Of All Kinds and Prices STYLE--The Latest City Values in Your Own Town. - SATISFACTION PLEDGED BY US. GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE, Ironmo...
London Fruit Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
London- Fruit Market.' Writing under date London, April 25th, Messrs Edward Jacobs and Sons reports sales of 7,424 cases of Australian and Tasmanian apples ex e, s. "Orveito" as follows : Australian - Cleopatras : Scott Bros 12s 6d, V. R Johnstone 12s, J. Allnutt 12s and 11s, T. Scott llse Gd, A. Thomson lies 6d and 10s 6d, E. O. D. Keall 11s Gd, 9a 6d, R, Wheatley les, T. Wailters 11; 9s 3d, S. Davies & F. 0. Nelson 10s 6d, W. E. Dempster and R. C. Williams 1Os; others in more or less damaged condition 9s Gd, to 8s Sd ; Jonathans-C A. Bar ron 12e, 10s Gd, F. Clark lis 6d, Os 9d, V. R. Johnstone 11e 6d, 11., F. E. Willmott lie 6d, 9s 9d, J. Allnutt, O'Zanne and Arkle and C. Shepherd 11s, R. M. Martin, Illawarra and E. C. D. Keall 11, 10s 6d, Day and Co. 11, 10s, T. Hawkins lie, 9s, W. Reid, F. O. Nelson, W. J. Thomas, and T. Walters 10s Gd, C. R. Duest, S. Davies, T. Scott, and Thomson 10s, J. Mulligau 10s, 9s Gd, others more or less damaged 9s to 7s 6d; Dunn's Seedlings-Sco...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
atud W-otte. AT STUD. Pure bred Jersey BULL, SILVER - BOY. TERI11S-5s befoic Cows are removed. PEDIGREE of Dam, FACEY'S MEL ROSE- Sire Pride ot Barholm II, g sire Pride of Barholm, g g sire Tobin rina, g g g sire Pniress IlI (Imp) ; Dam talphre, sire of dam Lady Superior's Pno?res (Imp.), g d.un Milbrook Queen. hr Milbrook Park,- by Lucius (Imp.), Sdam Picture by Jersey Prince, g g dsnm May Queen from DIr Bathe's im p,, d stock. Sire MERRY FOWLER, dam P.Ily, sire by Laddie Fowler (Imp.), from !ferry Girl, from Lady Superior hv Pro Srep.: g dam Gaiety Girl, by ..ve, g g gam Fairy Lass (Imp), by Mlonerien's Iing (No. 1115 H.C.J.H. Iook), g g g dam Flowery Maid (296 H. C.), by Volanteur (694). Dam POLLY. by Laddie Coomassie (Imp.), Trilby by What's Wanted, by Cice._ III, by s II (440 J.H.B) by C?cers (266 J.HB.) Seng Farm-, Mooronue. Action Sales BRODY & ASO N MARK BRODY, W.P. MASON, -Sworn Valuator. Auctioneer, &c AUCTIONEER, Lad, Estate; Insurance, Financal nd General...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, "Cydebank." MORNINCTON. ziecutes all kinds of WATC', CLOCK JEWELLERY and SPECTACLE REPAIRS. Glasees and keys fitted. Orders can be left with Messrs Annear Bros., Morning to ; Mr Endduck, Dromans? ; Messrs MNan and Sons, Somerrille; or Car .iers.Mes Ca. s o Willih-m-, who pai -Clydebant" daily Estimates given for repairs, if desired, before proceeding with them. Goods of every description eowected with the trade, including the aostup.to.date make of watches sub mitted for approval. Customers visited by appointment. J. MILL&RD, IARRIER and CAB IPRO PRIETOR. FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. r sa ad Lugg received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicles for hire. Prices reaeswable ettems sad Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat Only Kept. .......... Smal: Goode of Every Drecription Fresh Daily. Bides and Skins Bought............... Phrmaceutical &am...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. CR BAXTER RESIGNS ON ACCOUNT OF ILL-HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. CR BAXTER. RESIGNS OX ACCOUNT OF ILL-HEALTH. The monthly meeting of the above was held at Somerville on Wednesday last, when there were present :-Crs Ritchie (President), Cole, Griffeth, Murray, Hodgins, Alden, Oates, J. E. Jones ,(tecre tary), and A. K. T. Sambell (engineer). CORRESPONDENCE. From M. Clements, in reply, quoting for supply of gravel.-Re ceived. W. Gregory, quoting for painting Frankston street lamps.-Received. E. Bray, F. G. Morgan, J. Jolly, and others, asking that a lamp be erected at railway crossing, Frank aton, at junction of Beach road and Dandenong road. Also that some forming be done to road and foothpath in Dandenong road. To be inspected by the north riding councillors, and the department applied to and asked to supply a lamp. T. Heffernan, Carrum, drawing attention to bad state of road in front of Carrum Hotel, also askiag permission to level sand hills in front of his premise-s.-Engineer to inspect, and have necessary...
LIST OF FIXTURES. Matches to be played on the ground of the first named Club. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
LIST OF FIXTURES. Matches-to-be played on the ground oftlie 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. -. Mbrnington v. Frankstol. Hastings v. Somerville. June 1. Frankston v. Hastings. Somerville v. Mornington. June 8. Hastings v. Mornington. Frankston v. Somerville. ' June 15. Frankston v. Mornington. Somerville v. Hastings. June 22. Hastings v. Frankston. Mornington v. 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. Inis Semi-Final.
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 — 15 June 1912
Close Seasons. . IST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAMEb PROTECTED IN VICTORIA: - Inder the Second and Third Fchedules of the Game Act 1890. THE WHOLE TEAR, - All Austra ian Fauna (with the exception of Snakes) in hedaNaionslParks and I'blic Gardens canthizne or Tits, Babblers, Bears (see NativeBears), Bee-eaters, Black Cocka cas, Black Swans, Black-raled or Rock Pebbler Parrots, Brcng.winged and other wild pigeons, BIstard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quail, Caterpillar.cat.l-ers, Chats (see Ephthianuras), Coach-whip Birds, Cockatoos, black, Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, such :1 Herons, Egret, &c. (except the Native-Companion or Aus. tralian uuane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo-shrikes Curlews (coe Southern btane Plover, &c Deer, Doves, Java l'urte, Doves Wild Egrets (see Cranes, &c.), Emus, Ephthias, urns or Chats, Fan-tails, Fly-catcher Frogmouth or Podargus and AlopoLes, Grucnalus Family, all members of, Herons (see Cranes), Ibis, Java Turtle Doves, Kangaroos, Black-faaod or ...
Prominent Business Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Prominent Business Firm. No Australian firm has more rapidly or deservedly come to the front than that of WardBros.and A.N.A. Co., now the Australian Sewing Machines Coy. Poprietary Limited. Since the Sewing Machine was invented in about 1850, there have been a vast number of improvements eflected, but. among the host of compeditors the A.N.A. becomes more and more firmly established in public esteem. These A.N.A. machines have steadily improved in manufacture, kept con stantly up toedate, always attaining higher excellence in design, construc tion, and artistic finish. They aret made in almost endless variety, fitted with all the newest improvements, be sides being so decorated as to be highly ornamental pieces of furniture. With sil A.N.A. machines the most delicate art needlework, drawn thread, lace sil', and embroidery can be produced. Al pliances for doing over a dozen different kinds of works are supplied with each machine, and free instructions aregiven by competent instructo...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
Obituary. It is with regret we record the death of another old identity of Morn- ington, in the person of Mrs. Jane Holcomb, relict of the late Mr. James Holcomb, which occurred at her late residence, Queen Street, Mornington, on Monday last, in her 80th year. The deceased lady was a native of Arbroath, Scotland, and a resident of Mornington for over 40 years. She was well known and highly respected, and her good, kind, and charitable disposition had won for her many friends. For many years after the death of her husband, Mrs. Holcomb carried on the boarding house business known at present as 'Holcomb House,' which was originally built by Mr. Holcomb, but latterly she has been living privately. On Wednesday afternoon, a me- morial service was held at St. Peter's Church, after which the funeral took place, and was largely attended. The Rev. Mr. Sandiford officiated at the grave, and Mr. Summerland carried out the funeral arrangements.
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 June 1912
HASTINGS. Hon. P. McBride, Minister of Rail ways, travelled from Flinders to Dromana and back to Shoreham via Red Hill, accompanied by his wife and Mr Sidney Smith, on Friday. He is now, no doubt, well posted as to the great advantages of running a railway line from Moorooduc or Mornington Junction to Flinders. The country is good for both timber, fruit, and small products; as a defence line and for pleasure resort traffic; it should pay from the start. The drought has broken, and many thousands of pounds will be gathered in that looked like total loss. As re gards our district, it is better under the, light rainfall, and this season the ground is not'running with water, and is warm. The spring will be good.. At the Base it is a matter of "Water, water, everywhere, and not a drop to drink !" It is high time some plan was arranged for a water supply both at Hastings and Bittern. Those places are growing, and provision should be made without delay for reticulation. The August council ...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. I1-Brody, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Bowan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfeld Park 5-Hay, Mrs - 6-Pettit, W. 0., 'Standard' Ofice' 7-Ritchie and Co. T 8-Grimwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-Grice, J., "Moondah" 10-Bobertson, II, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 19-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Proprietor 14--Garrood, C 15-Booth, GW 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. A H 19-Mackis and Williams, butchers 0--Coxall, A, butcher 21--Masterton. H, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D. storekeeper 23-Gamble IT, Blacksmith 24-Collins, H.M., "Gracedale,' 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula' 26-Di Gilio, t
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Help your Newspaper. hie greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PMINTING. If you dont feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, en. velopes, and all business printing to executeo. The news or man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town, but don't give it to the prir'2: or job printing office that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your town. The time may come when a newer paper can live simply on the revenue de rived from advertising and saubcriptions hbut no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist without the suxiliary sup port derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a good newspaper, one that can still further held advance your town, give it your Jos PuilTINo.