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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

CARRUM. About seventy ladies and gentlemen were present-at a complimentary social held in the Carrum Mechanics' Hall last week, to say g od bye to Mr and Mrs Hendy, who, after a long residence in the district, are leaving shortly for Kariva The departing guests were presented with a handsom electro hot water kettle as a souvenir from their many friends. Mr R W. Jones, who made the presentation, in the course of a happy speech referred to Mr and Mrs Hendy's general and deserved popularity, and regretted the loss which the district will sustain by their departure. Messrs Mayer, Thomas and Rigby also spoke in a similar strain. Mr Hendy returned thanks in a modest speech, in which he remarked that the presentation came as a surprise, and was (in his opinion) undeserved, which latter statement was, however, not endorsed by his audience. The even. ing's entertainment took the form of a dance, interspersed with songs which were rendered by Miss Thomas, Messrs Bradley, Andrews, Hurley Pavil...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

SOiMERVILLE. - 4-'--.. A *' .y lare'. attendance ef me?m Irra of the r.cal club turt.ed up on S.tulray night, when a lance was in dus'ed it!, fo'owed bys enchre party. Mr Downward, M.L.A., sp.ke on thb r f renda to a rather poor house on Thursday of last week. Those who kne of the meeting, and were pi enent, aid the speaker spoe well. Ilany more would have been present if the meetinghaabeen more wide yadverti-esc The h arvst thanksgving services bratel on Sunday ast, when Rev. W H. Ho!thmrn preached to a large audi. ence, Mr Allan Corlett taking the erenir.g serrice. The church was tastefully decorated by Mrs Overton, Mis. A. )arber, lMessis E. Croft and H. Twyfurd. 0O Monday night a stvere tornm spilt the attendane', hut not the pnrgrangnme. A very fine list of musica' items was rendred by Mirs Reed, MIisss Twyford and A. Barber. Mr Reedlave a humoroua readin_, IMessrs Oveton and E. Croft sons. uod Miss D. Overon a recta.tion. The audience was appreciative, and severdl encorrs were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

Peninsula Court Fixtures Frankston (Mondays, 10.15)- May 1, June-5, July 10,.Au gu-t 14, September 13, Octoberj 23, November 27 Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) May 23, June 27, July-, August 1, September 5, October 10, No vember 14 Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -May 25, June '9, July-, August 3, September 7, October 12, No vember 16 &,rronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -May 24, June 23, July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, Novem ber .5

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

DOCTOcS BAFFLED. All aged people should read this re. markablo letter from Mrs Patience Thomas of Belmont rond. Geolong, Vic. "Last winter I got a frightful cold on the lungs. and, being OI years of age, the doctors re fuaed to prescribe for me, saying that a ty age medicine would be dangerous t but, knowing that Chnmherlain'e Cough Remedy bears the Government analysis showing that it contauns no poiscus or narcottcs, I tried it; and three bottles were the means of giving me back my natural health. 1 am so old.now that I cannot use my pen, so am getting my niece, Mrs E. Wylie, to sign this." Sold by all storekeep rs. A SYDNEY MOTtiER'S EXPERIENCE "'[ really cannot let the opportunity pass without telling about the good onnu my little son by using chamberlain's Cough Iemedy," says Mrs H. Silks, of 20 Dow ntog Street, Camperdown, Syndey. "He had a very severe cold. The doctor gave me medicine for him, but it did him no good. I was recommended to try Cham. berlain's Cough Remedy, and b...

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Victorian Ferries Company. NEW SCHEME ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

Victorian Ferries Com pany. NEW SCHEME ADOPTED. A meeting of Fratketon residents holding shares in the Victorian Per. ries Company was le d at Schultz's Pier Hotel on Tuesday.. Mr Jas. Grice was in the chair. and there was a fair attendance. A scheme was outlined whereby, since the "Victoria" had been refused a license as a passen ger boat, profitable use cound be made of her. The idea, it was stated, was to have the "Vietoria" removed to a spot on the Yarra, near the Botanical Gardens g tes,and fitted up as refresh ment rooms, etc. An offer had been received by a gentleman owning motor boats on the river to supply two boats free, provided eo'got a certain percent age of the returns. These bolts would ply to and from the "Victoria" at regular internals, and convey pav?e gers from Prince's Bridge to the Botanical Gardens. The "Victoria" would bet on fittet up that a t..nllng couhl be effected ri-ht at the gates of the Gardens, anl thus, as there were great crowds of people frequentin...

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) WANDERING CATTLE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

: OUR=LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by, corres. pondents.) . WANDERING CATTLE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-I notice by your report of the last Frankston and Hastings council meeting that it has been decided to appoint another shire ranger for Frankston. Whether the change will have effect is doubt ful, for, in my opinion, the trouble lies with residents themselves, and if they desire to allow their cattle to wander about, it will keep half a-dozen rangers employed impound ing the stock. Recently the cour cil planted a neat hedge along the ti-tree fence erected on the fore shore at Frankston for the purpose of checking the sand-drift, but the plants had not grown more than a few inches when, as the result of depredations made by wandering stock,.:part: woto.,,oomDlete-ly d troyed, and the hedge Mon's eZo ruined.:' After edeadring to im prove matters in the town, it is most annoying and unfair to find that all efforts are frustrated through ...

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Colonial Bank of Australasia, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

Colonial Bank of Austra lasia, Limited. The bslauoe-sheet of the Colonial Bank of Australaosi Limited for the half-year ended 31st Marsh last, wlhich has just been publihekd, shows that the bank has had a profitable half-year. The net protls for the six months amount to £24,708. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent, per aneum is declared ; £10,000 is placed to the Reoerve, Fulnd, Hmsking it £160,000, and £!000 is added to the Omcers' Providert Fund. During the last 12 month. £20,000 has b-en added to the mTarr- Fund. 0tn bullion atstd other liquid as-est amou-nt to the large sure of £1,S00,095. This is more th nl suf faieent to pay. all the current account deposits, which amount to £1,557,850. During the past two years, the de p?isits have increase.l by £575,202, and the advanesi by £296,56S, while Coin bullion and other liquid asots? have been increased by £62S,427 The bank is evidently mlaking excellent progress, and is in, a very strong posi tion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

Korner & c4omiube, Stock and Station Agents, Auctioneer, 136 Queen Street, Melbourne (HEAD OFFICE). and Main Street, Mornington tE. J. FOWL'I , Manager roperties Sold Esates Valued Surrveyed and Sub divided. S,.d by Auction or Private Sales. GCaring eales Conducted. Lnr.s on Broad Acres Negotiated. Insirances Effected Agents for all clases of Motor Power, Farming Machinery and Implements Tek! pLo c No.-City 2774. 3lorzingtou, No. 2 -DENTIST. MORNINGTON. hr Fred. 8. Parrett, --o-;F 317 CHlURCII ST., RICHMOND, SThI?ITS Morninaton MONTHLY and may lie consulted at Mrs J. W. Fo-ter's, Claremont," Main St. Viniting ahvs SATURDAY, MAY 23 SATURDAY. JUNE 17 SATURDAY, JULY 15 Hourz--ll a.m. to 4.30 p m. C. W. Martin, WELL BORER (Of Geelong West), WTTISIEE to notify the Residents of TLFrak-ton and surrounding Dis tr.cts.that hle tiat prereLi enaged WELL BOlIIG at Frankston, and Is prepared to undertake any work entrusted to him. Well Borin . Supplying tid Erecting aindmils, Tanks, Trou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER rAte of Fereaoy. Ireland, now of '!lydeban." MORNINCTON. k ?oUNcB tbh± be ii cepared to W--- it-?CL(cK and JEWELLRST REPAIRq. Orders can be !'cit with Mr R. Annear, rocer. Morningto ; Mr Rudduck, Dro rans; Messrs Nunn and Sons, Somer lle : or at i Clydebank," Drom.na Road. Piyate residences visited by appointment Carriers. Meema Cairns end Williams, pa - clydeban daily, and will deliver erers entrusted to them. Estimates gLven for repairs, it desired. before proceeding with them. 260 , J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO - PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parmel and Logease received rau promptly delivered. Io.se and Vehicles for hire. Prices reaeauable ettea and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Famnlies Waited .n for O-ders......... Prime Meat Only K.pt .............. Smal: Goods ,f1 Every Description Fresh Dei!y Hides and Skin, Bu,aght................ F. G. CLMBEtlII, Phrmaceutical & ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL - It is notified in this issue that the an nual meeting of the Frankston tennis club will be held on Monday evening next, let May. As there are some impor. taut questions to be decided, a full attend. anoe is most desirable. Owing to Eight Hours' Day falling so close toEaster, there was only a moderate number of visitors at the various Penin sula seaside resorts last weCk-end. The weather was not very promising, and was no inducement for holiday-makers to visit • The following were inadvertently omitted from the list of presents in con nection with the Lardner-Jolly wedding, fully reported in our last issue :--Mrs Hickman, Indian embroidery; Mr 'dnd Mrs H. Cameron, case silver afternoon tea spoons; Masters Arthur and Jack Foster, vases. -The "marriage fever" is evidently in ths air at Frankston. Since losig one of the' local young ladies last week, two more couples have been mentioned as likely starte'rs in the "matrimonial stakes." Frankston is becoming quite a ma...

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BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

BALNARRING. B.rnarring, in the event of Dro* mana and 8orrento not combining, will have a much improved team, as several men from Dromana have eigni ied thbir intention of throwing in their lot w:th the "Kan. arooa" Judging from reports, their combination should be one of the best in the competition. Dow, a last-year's Leopold player, will strengthen the team considerably, and he will undoubtedly be up to all the points in the game. Warner, who did such yeoman sea. vice for Balnarring two years ago, has returned to the district, and will strip this season. Tom Knox, late of Has:ings, is spoken of as bring a likely starter, and his great experience should prove very useful. Such admirable players as Buckley, Eddy, Willis, and Judd are all anxi -usly waiting for operations to begin, and Captain Oswin is a willing but "uncertain" atarter. From a general point of view it seems as if the teams on the Peninsala will hIe more evenly matched than previousy, and some hard-fought battles can ...

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Sports Gathering. AT CAPE SCHANCK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

Sports Gathering. AT CAPE SCHANCK. A very successful picnic and sports gathering was held by the Cape Schanck and Main Ridge State schools at Cape Schanck on the 19thi inst. A large number of friends and visitors attended in drtgs, etc., from t Dromana, Risehud, Boneo and Fingal. Though the morning gave indications of rain, the day proved fine and enjoy able. The grounds were nicely deco rated with bunting, etc., and refresh ments of all sorts were in abundance, the lightkeeper (r ( Baker) and family doing everything possible to make all enjoy themselves. Parties visited Pulpit Rock, caves, and the light house after lunch had peen partaken of in the picnic paddock. Races were held, there being fifteen, including a special one, the trophy for which was a handsome tray, presented by Mr C. Smith. Following are the results: Infants, 50 yds. Beryle Baker 1, Mona Peters 2; Boys, 14 years, 100 yds, T. Cairns 1, T. Speakman 2 ; Girl,, 10 years and over 8, 50 yds, N. Cairlns 1, N. Speakman 2...

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ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

ROSEBUD.. The concert held at Rosebad on Easter Saturday night in aid of the building fund was a great success; although the weather in the early part of the evening was unpromising, the hall was filled to overflowing, there being scarcely a vacant seat. There   was a good variety of talent, consisting of songs, recitations, and dancing, twentytwo different performers taking part. Mr Fountain, of North Mel- bourne, officiated as chairman, and everything went off without a hitch. The net proceeds for the evening were £5 10s 6d, and the committee hope soon to make a start with the painting and other repairs to the hall.

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FLINDERS. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 April 1911

FLINDERS. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. - On the evening of Easter Mon day what may certainly be claimed as a record attendance for this dis trict, was attracted to the local hall by an entertainment organised by the committee of the Flinders Ten nis Club. The large muster of local residents and visitors was swelled by strong and representa   tire contingents from Balnarring and other adjacent localities, until standing room was scarcely obtain able. The gross proceeds amounted to £22, and a net profit of about £19 will result. This sum is to go towards the making of a new court. Dr Sparks, the president of the club, acted as chairman. His genial good nature and dry humor made him a distinct hit in that capacity. It would be very hard to pick any individual for special notice out of the excellent and well arranged programme of vocal and instrumental items and recitations. Every performer could be heartily thanked for providing a genuine share of the gratifying results, and the au...

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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911

Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) June 5, July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23, No vember 27 Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) May 23, June 27, July-, August 1, September 5, October 10, No vember 14 Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -May 25, June 29, July-, August 3, September 7, October 12, No vember 11 &Sorronto (Wednesdays, '10 a.m.) -May 24, June 28, July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, Novem ber 15

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Frankston Cricket Club. WIND-UP OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911

erafr ioffC rickcet Club, WIND-UP OF.tlE SEASON. To appropriately wind.up a most successful season, during which the Frankston Cricket Club has won the premiership of the Mornington Penin sala Cricket Association, a smoke night was held at Schultz's Pier Hotel on S*turday night last.' There was a good attendance, and in the absence of the club's president (Dr Maxwell), Mr Dial was voted to the chair. On the piano in the room was arrayed an en larged framed photograph of the mem bers of the team, by the side of which was ranged the premiership silver cap. Various toasts were duly proposed and honored, with musical accompaniments. ,Mr Mark Brody proposed the prin cipal 'toast, that. of the "Frankston Cricket C ub," and in glowing terms congratulated the club* upon winninig the premiership-a splendid perform ance. The captain. (Mr A. D. Box) re sponded, and said he was proud to be captain of the team, which had been premiers for three years in succession. (Applause.) The Chairman, duri...

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ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911

ROSEBUD. Most of the visitors have gone from here, now that the Easter holidays are over, and Roseblud has settled down into 'its quiet litt e self' once more. Owing to the strong representation made to the Postal Department, chiefly by Cr Terry, of thi riding, the telephone has at last teenl connected with the local post office, and should prove a great convenience to the place. Rumor has it that three or four vAluable properties in this district have changed hands within the 'ast few weeks at good prices. This shows clearly that this part of the district is steadily going ahead.

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911

TYABB. The menibers of the local Church a England held their harvest festival on Sunday last. There was a splendid array of fruit, flower -and vegetables, and the building was tastefully deco rated. Services were. held both after. noon and evening, the Rev. B-. C. A. Eva officiating. Int tlii evening, the H .stings choir assisted, the service being fully choral; and the anthem "Arise and Shine," was most effectively rendered. "Mr Cobbstt, of Hastings presided at the orgaip," end Mrs Eve materially added to' the sweetness' ol tthsonuis;o wtdrthe?eviotin:5s; A.'4eve'y successful sale of the fruit, atc., ,was held on Mondqf morning, and the bulk of the case fruit'was sent for di-. posal in the Melbourne market. . 'fhe members of the Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Association in tend having a reunion in the shape of a social evening. It. will not be an affair with a view to making money, es there will be no charge for admis sion, but is only open to those - mfm. hers who are financial...

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Mornington Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911

Mornington Progress Association. ,-·---4------ • On Wednesday evening last a general meeting of the above was h-ld in the public rs?ding room. There was a goed attendance of members, but there w.ts a very strong feeling amoegst those present that the m?mn bership was not anything like what it should be. Several speakers strongly urged the necessity of reform in the association methods, particularly in regard to meetings, which at present are hold only at tong and uncrtain intervain. It was susgested that meetitngs should be held monthly, but eventually it was decided to call the annual meeting for May through the columns of the local newspaper, when itjwas 'thought a larger and more ropresontative gathering could deal with the matter. Ott the motion of Cr Grover, see onded by Mr Ferber, the secretary was instructed to write to the weekly p.ip.rs asking would they publish a series of Mornin. ton pictures to geather with appropriate paragraphs, if the association provided the blocks, ...

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