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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
CONSTIPATION. The most persistent and troublesome buman ailment known, and the forerunner of many othr diseases. is now most effec tively cu-el with Chamberlain's Tablets, end then most of the o, her ailments vanish because nature has a free chance to work. Ch.,mberlasn', Tablets are a simple and reliable remedy and one that contains no harsh injurious drug. Sold by all store. Leepers. NURSE URE SAYS YUU CAN'T BEAT IT. In a recent let'er from the Lake View Hotel, Ballarat, Vi., Nurse Ure writes : "Ycu can't beat Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for children. It is absolutely the best I have used in my professional career, extending over' 0yeors. rumerous cases of croup, which is a most dreadful com plaint for children, have come under my gotice, and I never hesitate to recommend Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, for it means absolutely the end of the disease after three or fure doses." Sold by all store keepers. For Bronchial Cough, take Woods' Great Peppermint Care. is 6d. ALWAYS RECOMMENDS I...
Sorrento Pier Extension. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
Sorrento Pier Extension. A d-putationof Surrento residents scc mpanied by Me-srs M'Bryde and A lamr, n. M'.LC.. and Mr Daw., w.id, 31. LA, on Wol\Veslay. waited on the Actin MIini.ter of Public Works asking that steps be taken to pruride better accommdla ion at Sor re-,tr pier, which it, was suggested shou!d be lenrhezned to the extent tof 60 feet, and widenedl 10 feet, aS an estimated ost f £3:)00. It was stated that ast year the Bty steamer carried 114,1:00 pssseng-rs to that resort, and in its pres??t state the pier was dan ge ous and inadequate for requirements of boliday :raffi. Mr Itensilum said the town was rapidly going ahead, and the en'.arg-I accommodstion was ur gently nreel-l. The Acting Minister sil I the sh!ip pi- g cmup ,nies shoul.d contribute tow.ums the wortk. Th y ha-l been asked rn pay £100 .f the cost, but had refased. A ember-of the deputation sug gest-l tihat a clsrg ef Id p-r p sseýger sh..u'd be made for this and similar vres. The Minister: Lgislation would ...
Body on the Line. A WEEK-ENDER'S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
"Body on the Line. A W EK-ENDER'S FATE. The mysterious death of Mr Alfred Nicholson, a Melbourne business man, who was well known ab Frankston, has caused a sensation in the district. Early on Monday. morning some railway employees found the body of Mtr Nicholson lying near- the line, about two miles on the Carrnm side of Frankston. Though the head was completely severed from the body, thecollar round deceased's neck was intact. It i sour.. mised that the lIst train from Mel bourne.to Frankston on Sunday night ran over the unfortunate tman. It is not known how the deceased came to be on the line at the ltime when the fatalicyroco.urred. Ho had a residence on "The Island,"and was in the habit of spending week-ends there, sometimes being' accompanied " by friends from the city. It is considered probible that he was .walkin,g along the'line and did not hear the train ap pro..hlng util it is e .,o -late. .The nightvwas dark, .but thoro was no strong wind b'owing. Mr Nicholson was 37 yea...
Football Topics OPENING OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
FooLball Topics OPENINGU OF THE BEASON. The Peninsula competition opens in earnest on Saturday, when- the first matches in the initial round will take place. The chief attruc tion is the match between ]astings and Frankston, last year's premiers and runners-up. The meeting of these two splendid combinatiofis is creating no end of excitement, and at both places the.result is keenly discussed. When these two teams met in the final match lastycar the w'ather conditions were mo-t un favorable, and it is to be hoped that the elements are a little. kinder on thisioccasion. Both teams, it is said, have improved their ranks, Hastings profiting by some of Tyabb's men, and "Nipper" Floyd is said to be a likely starter on Saturday. The 6ther members of the team are all in good form, and Hastings and-their supporters are lookinig forward to.bringtigh.tli laurels of the firstmatch? back 2ith ,them;. Frihlkston:. on the o iler hanid, are confident that the ashes will remain-in their town, and are...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
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Wedding Chimes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
Wedding Chimes. The "marriage fever". is reported as prevalent at Balnarring. On April 25th, Mr E. Fritsch, of Red Hill, and Miss Wornecki, of Bal narring, were married at Rich mond, and on April 26th, Mr R. A:. Oswin, of Balnarring, and MiSs Agnes Callanan, of Shoreham, were joined in the bonds of matrimony by Rev. W. O'Hagan at Morning ton. It it reported that the 'api demic' is likely to be caught by various other young couples in the same locality.
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
FLINDERS. Mr L J. Berryman, of Balnar ring, has so'd M?r H. C. Sharp's farming property at Flinders, of over 400acres, at £14 per acre, to a gentleman who is retiring from the Education Department. Other sales in the same district have been Mr J. Fisk's farm of 120 acres at Balnarring, at £n- per acre, to Mr Mauger, of Alexandra. Previous to leaving for Yea, Mrs Fisk was the recipient of a presen tation from the Balnarring Metho dist Church. Mr Forbes has pur chased Mr Smith's interest in the farm sold to them by Mr Charles O'Brien. On this property a splen did crop of potatoes has been grown. Amongst the Victorian cadets now on their way home to the Coronation are ~3Mater R. Buch anan, of "Gleneira," Flinders; also Masters Holland (two), of Flinders. The Flinders boys were lucky to have three chosen from there out of the seventeen sent home. The rape crops in the Balnarring, Shoreham and Flinders--districts, which are usually so- good, are below the average this year, self sown oat...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 May 1911
SORRENTO &nbsp; Business people are complaining at Sorrento at the quietness of the season, but judging from the business at the court during the month of April, the publicans and the police have no cause to complain. The following cases were dealt with at the court for the month stated :-P. Dowdle, riotous conduct, fined 40s; P. Dowdle, resisting police,. fined 40s; A. Crichton, J. Nugent. A. Cummins, A. Morce, and Geo. Morce, drunk and disorderly, fined l0s each; J. Dunn, drunk andi disorderly, fined 5s; J. Dunn, assault ing police, fined 40s. A resident was fined 40s for not complying with the vaccination law. On the nighlt of 29th April Con stable Rawlings executed it warrant of cotmmitment for abusive word- at Bendigo on the 20th December, 1909, for a fise-of 40s'or 7 days'- imprison ment, and a loctl resident under the n"+me of George Clark was arrested.
"Basket" Social. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
"Basket" Social. One of the most social of socials was held in the Somerville Hall on Friday night last. Invitations were issued by a committee of ladies, consisting of MIesdames Griffith, G.. Shepherd, S Croft, Gray, Gregory, Tay or, Brun unig, and S. Gault. One of the bright intellects conceived the idea of calling it a "basket social"; if it had been named a "hamper social" it would have conveyed a more correct meaning, at least to mere man. Although the re freshments, which were dainty and choice, played an impirtant part, danc ing, interlaced with vocal and instru mental items, was the chief feature of the evening's entertainment. The dancing could hove been far nmore comfortably carried out if the hall had a greater floor space. Deco rations were light and artistic, and suitable for the room, flags and flowers forming the principal part. Mr Arthur Unthank capably per formed the duties of M C., and Mr Carey played perfect time for the dnec ing. Refreshments were served at 12 o'...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
TYABB. Tle annua meeting of the Tyabh and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Associa tion was he d on Thursday, 4th inst., with the meagre attendance of 14 out of 51 members The balance-sheet showed an income of £436 10s.6d, ex. penditure £403 7s Id, leaving a balance in hand of £33 64 5d, out of which honorariums of £2 13a and £1 Is were granted to the secretary and treasurer, respectively, in addition to their salaries. Three new members were proposed and accepted, viz., Messrs G. T. Slocombe, T. Norris, and W. J Baker. The retiring president, Cr Cole, had been nonrated to Ill the position for the ensuing year, so also had Mr J. D. Grant, but as Cr Cole had decided not to contest the Peat, Mr Grant was elected. Five members were nominated for the position of vice presidents (2), viz., Messrs J. T. Baker and A. E. Denham (retiring), W Longmuir, sear., J. Wilson and J. Boulter, On a ballot being taken, Messrs Longmuir and Baker were re turned Messrs Houfe and H. T. Noble were re-elected to thei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
NEU UALGIA. If the affertrd partr are bathed freely with Chamberlain's Pain laim tho.se tab bing, hurning. darting pains will soon dis. appear. l'ub thb Blln well in severor times during the day, keeping the patient warm and out of the cold wind. Dozens of people suffering from neuralgia have been cured by the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Sold by all storekeepers. ALWAYS RBECOMMEN DS IT. "On a number of occasions during the past three years I have ued Chamberlain's F'olic, Cholera and Diarrhmb Remedy and cannot speak too highly of it for giving ease and relief," rays Mr J. H. Bickerstaff, of Napier, N.Z. "I m:ght also mention having recommended it to customers, who were equally well pleased with results. For pains.in the stomach, diarrhma and dysentely there is nothing equal to Ch im. berlain's Colic, Choler" and Diarrhia Remedy." Bold by all stbrekeepers. Notice. AMESFIELD PAIU, MORNINOTON. NEITHER TRAPPING nor BAI BITING in any form is allowed en above Estate'without permission...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
MORNINGTON. The programme for Empire Day (which promises to be a very elaborate one) was, am a meeting held at Morn ington on Monday night, arranged. Invitations are to be sent to the Hon. Downward, M L.A., the clergy, the late Board of Advice, and members of the shire council. Shopkeepers are to be interviewed with the object of get: ting them to close all day. Tho morn ing programme will be carried out in the schoolgrounds, and the afternoon' will be occupied by a picnic and sports in the park.
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Somer. ville Horticultural and Fruitgrowers' Association was he'd on Monday night, when President G. Griffith presided over a very large meeting A letter was received from Mr S. J. Perry. acknowledging a letter received bh him from the Society, thanking i ... for his interest in the shipment of pears to London. The chairman paid a compliment to the "fruit world," when he said that the report of the Central was the finest report he had seen, and beasked Mr R. Mair to read it to the Associa tion. The chairman said th.at time would not permit him to attend the proposed co-operative meetings, and he sug gosted that the meeting elect a substi tute, and Mr Mair was selected. Mr C. Barber gave a lucid account of the co-operative meeting. Mr Vioes also gave his impres -io, and said a committee of enquiry had been formed, and they were to present their report to a meeting in June. The chairman pointed out that ...
Moorooduc Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
Moorooduc Cemetery. The seventh working bee, consisting of Ors Nunn and Alston, Messrs M. Daley, G. Golds, H. Schleebs, R. Stone, Alex. McLellan, J. Noble and Andrew McLellan, met on Thursday last, and gave the picket fence in front of the cemetery the second coat of paint; the amount of work done was equal to 48 hours for one man. Another working-bee ii still required to.complete the painting, and it is hoped that a good muster will turn up. Mr Andrew McLellan begs to acknowledge with thanks the follow ing donations :-Cr Perrott (Hastings), 5s; Mr H. E. Moors (Geelobg), is; Cr Barrett, 10s; Mr J. L. Fairbairn, 10s. Any further donations will be gratefully received by Mr McLellan.
NOTES ON THE GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
NOTES ON THE GAMES. Frankston were the faster of the two teams on Saturday, and this fact was principally accountable for their victory. Hastings had two powerful rucks, that of Robinson, Francis and A. Amendola being especially effective. 'Nipper' Floyd also followed well, and George Slocombe, though not at his top, will make a useful extra rover. Frankston had Syd O'Neill back, who, no doubt, is a fine3tamp of a follower. Harley also made his weight fe't in the rack. Probably the most conspicuous placed man for his side was Henry Kerr, playing full back .for Hastings. He saved his goal many times, and used excellent judgment in his dashes. 'Dobbin' Reid, Jimmy Wilson, and Hughie Carmichael, all fine exponents of the game, met with accidents, which proved unfortunate for their side. Vie. Fryer, of Frankston, also received a nasty knock on the eye. Frank-ton's new men shaped splen didly, and Ashmore, on the back line, was particularly noticeable. Hughie Dennis put in some very solid...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 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 ., September 7, October 12, No vember 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10. a.m.) -May 24, June 28, July-, August 2, September 6, Octbber 1, Novem ber 15
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents) UNWARRANTABLE CRITICISM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
OUR LETTER BOX. (Wc do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents) UNWARRANTABLE CRITICISM. TO TilE EDITOR. Sir,-Permit me space. please, to refer to the unwarrantable criticism made on the play',.fseveral Frankston players in the football match on Satur day I would not bother you with such a childish matter, only that the remarks made have reached the ears of several prominent players, who, natur ally, severely feel the sting of sarcasm that the coinsents bore,and which have had a nimot disheartening elfect after the efforts put forward by them in the interests of the club. I would appe' to the critics, who, by the absurdity of the remarks made, rre ignorant of the game of football, to keep a wiser head aud more silenttongue, otherwise.they will be the means of caus;ng bother amongst some (f -the leading players, which will undoubtedly lead to the breaking up of the team; this osould he a pity, seeing that they have made such an nuspicious com...
Mornington Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
Mornington. Tennis Club. Theannual m oting was held in the Library of the Mechanics' Institure on Tuesday evening last, when there wAs a very fairattendance. The club is in funds to the.extsnt of £40 17s Id, and this will be a cansiderable help in the expense requisite for a :third cour which will shortly be proceede:l with. The office boaiers for.the year were elected as follows :-Presideuit, Mr W. S . Cok; . vice-presidents, Messrs Fairbair. and' : Brett ; .. committee, Merrs B"rrett; Dews, Jenkins, Penny father, and Grover; match commit?ee, Messrs Grover, Barrett, and Tait; lion secretary and treasurer, iMr D. J. B. Talt. Miss Downward was appointed to convene h meeting of lady m embers at an early date,:so, tht they might deal with their own interests more advan= tagnously if possible than in the past. For the first two years thi club has supplied bills, but this has beern found both unprofitable and Iroublesome in many ways, and the practice has been discontinued. The subscript...
Empire Day Celebrations. MEETING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
Empire Day Celebrations. MEETING AT FRANRSTON. A public meeting was held in the Frankston State school on Tuesday evening to consider the matter of suitably celebrating Empire Day. There was a very large atrendance of both ladies and gentlemen present. The head master, at some length. stated.for thle guidance of those pre sent the programme arranged for 1909, the speaker informing the com pany that owing to the death of the late kingthe function was put off last year. Mr Brody said that before they did anything in the matter he thought it would be better if they fo med a work ingacommittee; also to elect a chair. man of that body. He (the speaker) had great pleasure in proposing Cr Ritchie. Mr Picking seconded the motion, which was carried. Cr Ritchie on taking the chair, re turned thanks for his election On the motion of Mr Patterson, Mr Richardson was appointed secre tary and treasurer to the movement. A discussion ensued as to the num ber thle working committee should consist of....
WEDDING BELLS. WHITE—SLAVIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911
WEDDIN -BSELLS: WHITE-SLAVIN. A very pretty wedding took place at St. Patrick's C.thedlal, Melbourne, on Thurs:lay afternoon, April 27th, when MIr Patrick White, second son of Mr Laurence White, of lalnarring, was - married to Miss Matilda Mary.Slavin, of Camperdown, third daughter of Mr and Mrs ' liq, Slavin (late of Lilli ,t.ur) The Rev. Father Manly, of Kew, officiatel. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a hand some dress of ivory mousellaine silk. The trained skirt had a front panel of silk lace, the bodice being trimmed with silk net and .applique. An em bruidered tulle veil, surmounted by a cornet of orange blossom, was worn. lhe carried a shower bouquet of white roses. Miss Annie Slavin (sister of bride) acted as bridesmaid, wearing a pretty frock of ivory silk, trimmed ap plique and net yolk, and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses; she also wore a gold sapphire brooch (gift of the bridegroon). Mr John White acted as best man.. After the cere mony a recepti...