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Sorrento Police Court, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10TH. [Before Messrs Tanner, P.M., and John Cain, and G. Clark, J's.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

Sorrento Police, Court, WEDNESDAY, MAY lOT1 . [Before Messrs Tannrier, P.~I and Juhn Cain, and G. Clark, J's.P] Thomas Hutton was charged on warrant for imposition at Portsea on 12 March last, and pleaded guilty. John Smith, of Psrtsea, ho:elkeeper, deposed that accused called on him, on tho llth 3Iarchand represented himself to be one of 'IHuttono,' of the firm of Hutton Bros, hIm and bacon curers, and wanted accomnodatioli for a few days. Tihe following d ry he state-I ho wsas short of change, and " asked Mr Smith, 'Could you casll me a chequeo' '01h yes,' Was the reply. 'Give me five pounds, and I will give you a cheque.' He got the £5, but searching his pockets, he found his cheque book was in Ihis room. Somne little tinm e'ap ed, and the:iccusedl went into his room, and quietly left by the back door. Mr Smith had not seen hiins inec, until Lo tmet h]tti at'the court thlt moring. STwoprior convictims were put in ?,ainst hilm, under tio name of Thos. Moore, for impo ition and fal...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

GENERAL. Clydesdale, who is shaping well for Williamstown, has left Sorrento. Both he and G(. Salrv have been found billets by the Williamstown club. Mornington play Hastings at Hast ings this afternoon, Somerville and Balnarring meet, and Frankaton have a bye. The "Kangaroos" will leave their mountain fortress and clumps of shelter in the Red Hill Ranges to-day and proceed to Somerville, where, with their strong team, they should give a good account of themselves. "The Herald" says :-"One of the events of the football seaon at Frank aton is the perio4ical meeting of thi Frankston and Hastings clubs. Botl teams have large numbers of sup. porters, and, when they meet, mattern generally become very warm, and the usually quid t seaside resorb is stirred to a high pitch of excitement. Lasl Saturday the teams met at Frank aton for the first time this sea son. At the conclusion of the gpme two women supporters of the local team made disparaging remarks re garding the football colors worn ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

LOCAL AND CENERAL 3Mersrs Kprner and McCombe, auction. I eers, Morninglon, intend holding a clear ing sale ef. household furniture, etc., in three weeks' time at Barclay street, Mornington. Full, particulars will be advertised next issue. Large orders are being.executed and 1 sent away from the Moorooduc railway station. Notwithstanding that abnormally low pricesfor fruit have been obtained this year many are still planting out new orchards. a a im roughtsan announces in this issue that she will hold her second up to date picture show at Mornington, on Wednesday, May 17. Patrons can be assured of an enjoyable evenings enter tertainment. The first meeting of the newly.ap. pointed committee of the Mornington State school was held on Monday even ing, the 8th inst. There was a full attendau:e. Mr IR. Anear was elected chairman, and Ir R. Ford correspondent. The recent dry weather which has been prevailinghas had a serious effect on the sheep and cattle markets in Melbourne, and during t...

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GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

GENERAL The Secretary, in his report, re ferred forcibly to the number of persons who did not return vouchers for money received. In future, he would enforce such action, and persons would receive no further payments until the vouchers for the previous amount were returned. -- The finance committee recom mended that accounts to the amount of £314 11s 9d be pas'ed for pay ment.-Adopted. Cr Oates said the Secretary had, stated in his report that he had requested the Railway Department to throw out several chains of metal at Armstrong's crossing. He moved that the Department be asked for two or three trucks of material to be deposited there, and it could then be used on the Melbourne road.-'Cr Baxter seconded.-Car ried. Cr Cole referred to a bad.spot on Kelly's Hill, Arimosa road.. A yard or so of metal required spread ing at the place; also a yard or two on the Mooroodue end, near Mr Willie Firth's. He moved that the work be done.--Carried. Cr Ritchie wanted to know the ,position of t...

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A Football Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

A Football Chronicle. [BY A No.-Fa?uSTOxrrIf.] And it came to pass in those days that the warriors of the various tribes did feel their hearts stir within them, and the lust of battle did kindle their spirits so that they said one to the other, "Lo, let us fight battles one with the other, and discover our four strongest tribes, and these shall fight for mastery." So there gathered them selves together young warriors from all the neighboring tribes, to arrange the times and places for their battles. And there were there the young men of the Fra Nkston trihe, the city-dwel lers, and of the Morningtonites, who dwell by the sea, and of the Ilasting ites, who are fishers, and ,of those whom they call the tribe of the Kan garoo?, and those of the tribe of fruit growers, who all did make laws which shall be as the laws of the Medes and the Persians, so that they shall be unalterable "Go to," they said, "let us take unto ourselves a chief, even Mlacar Thur" (not he of the family of Thor th...

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MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. AN EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. AN EXCITING GAME. Mornington and gomerville met at Mornin.ton on Saturday in the pre sence of a fair crowd of spectators, the match resulting, after an exciting game, in a win for Somerville by a point. Mornington were without some of their leading players, notably N. McArthur, Menck and W. Sander son, while W. Golds and G. Wilson. who were stood down at the end of Ja't sensen by the slob for refusing to play in a match at Frankston, were again in the team. Somerville started the game with only 16 men, places. being kept for " Nugget" Griffith and Potts, who did not arrive until the first quarter was nearly over. Morn ington had the advantage in the open ing quarter of a slight breeze, which favored the southern goal. After play about the centre they managed to work the ball close to the Somer ville goal, but their forwards being weak. they were quickly repulsed. Somerville worked the ball forward, but could not manage to score. Morn nigton again attacked a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

iOT -! E\E. CEM1IST G. W = iUQUSE: Di-'pes u .ion (- . 3lanufactur i> racd f'cr zslr Chemiet 43 FITZROY T'. ST. IILDA 7 ARMISTL: :KTREET, 3IIDD~i.; I'ARKl. ýT? .*tfi! l , .' " :[sidcnrso iFi:A\Il> ' MCR;1tltVILLE, 39IOSNJNIT~JN. .'M.'~!~ and Sur rc~aýýi: ill c=ecnte P- Wire LDTNG 1 Ft:A2IULL durr,' :aea S: V e of the eery. " .t Iroct prices. itvillF ycn:. 'ci hus. G.Wt ·T,!r RUSE, L Kilda, Cc-ntn.ý 1., . to BU Y New ai I:....:- l~ný l:: 11 '" ' .c.-, .'A ~~to C!C.Fi:;.l . '.~lrliX:& fr I ' is full and L. st i101 For Evyen Years' Pastor of the W 'oc: gabba Congregational Church, Brisbane, and Principal c! the Theological School founded therewith, the Revd Job sWiam's,"a irong, intelleacual thinker and a fine and force:. ?re &.._l er, well remembered in Brisbane for his sp!endid -c ? sermons and ledures, writes the following le:ter to t' r.e.ts of a great medicine which is creating wonderful c ..es of Nervous Breakdown, Insomnia, Weakness, Brain-fag, '_- SScmach ...

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FOOTBALL. OPENING MATCHES FRANKSTON DEFEATS HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

FOOTBALL. iPENING MATCHES FR iNESTON DEFEt TS HAST ISGS. The opening matches in connection with the Mornington Peninsula As sociation btok place on Saturday, when all lovers of the popular winter pastime hailed the occasion with delight. Ha-ti,,zs journeyel to Frankston, and, as usuai. a great amount of excitement prevailed .rer the ma:ch. The teams for years bhae been noted for their evenness, and on every eccasion on record, practically, a close game has resulted There is also a certain amount of riva!ry between the teams, and a " willing' game can always be confidently looked forward to. On S turday theplay was"willing"enough, hard bumps being numerous, but nevertheless the game was friendly (with afew exceptions) throughout, and the players generally were on good terms with each other. The supporters ofthe respctieeveclubs were enthusi astic, and a large anumber of each wit nessed the match. The fair sex were in special prominence, and throughout the game heated arguments as to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

Amusements Grand Plain and Fancy Dress Basked Ball. BALNARRLNG LI. LL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14. Dancers requested to wear masks. lPries for ladies and gentlemen (best characters). Proceeds in aid of Tennis Clut. Gabrie's hand. Supper. Admis ion-Spectators 1s-Dancers. Ladies 2s. gentlemen 3s. Lonblc cket 4s 6.i. R. COLE, Hon. Sec mechanics' Hall. Mornington. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. A IADII Il.oU(;GITON wishes to' Ml announce that she will hold her PICTURE CONCERT In the a";l re hall on Ma3y 17th. Only the beat pictlrce will be shown. A Grand Dance to follow. One Shilline will admit to all parts of the hall L: t SaWs:. AUCTION. ........On the Property.~~.... Yamral, Arimosa Road, S M. ERVILL LE. Unde.t'runtions from Mn A. S. DwYEn (In conjunction with S. S. GAULT) Will sell as above his choice Orchard Property, CGi ACHES. 17 of which are under fruit, 101 acres Jonathans, 1 acre Five Crowns, 1 acre Sunnysides. 1 acre Statesman, 2 acres Apricots, 1 acres Fears and Plums, all wel-grown and in prli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Lsfe of Feres.y, Ireland, now of Clde k." MORNINCTON. -·;-:; m s tb-, bha is eepvered to WA'TCH, CLUC end JEWELLE'IY Carr eanm d and wll deliver REPAIR?. Orders can be left withemr . Annesar, Grocer, Morntrgtoii Mr Rudduck` Urn manl Mes ? an anr d oneprs, m aile; oral Clydebank, DremwanL oAd. Paitiate r bidenye isited by pointment. CarrierMessrs Cairns Ind William!, psClydeba" daily, and wi deliver orders entrusted to them. desired Estimates rveen for repairs, beore proceeding with them. J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRI"TOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lucea reired and pronptly. delivered. IIo.ses and Vehicles for hire. Prices rewaabnrle I?tters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, -, Bay-street, Frankston, Families Ws'ted .n for Order......... Prime Meat Oly l-pt. ....... ... Smal Goods of Every DIesriltiun Fre?h Dityv. ides and Skins Bought.............. F. Go. [ RMBELIN, Phrmaceutical & Dispe...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 May 1911

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10rH. Th usual monthly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday. Present-Crs Wood house (President), Cole, Griffith, Murray, Hodgins, Ritchie, Oates and-Baxter. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department Lands and Survey, stating that the Depart ment was offering a grazing license of an.area, formerly reserved for a gravel quarry, to Mr A. Coxall, and if the council desired" to re move gravel therefrom, they would have to apply to the Department. The letter also stated that it was hard to understand the position of the council in the matter, as pre viously they had concurred in the sale ofthe land, later they inti mated that the area was worked out as regards gravel, and at last meeting it was further intimated that there were indications of good gravel existing thero.--Cr Hodgins: ,'here were different, men . in :the council then, and consequently'dif ferent views.-Received. Mark Brody, resigning his post tion as prosecuting offic...

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Frankston Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

Frankston Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above club took place on Saturday night, when there was a good attendance of members. Mr A. D. Box (president) occupied the choir. The chief busi ness of the evening was that concern ing the renovation of the old, and the formation of the new court. Some favored having the old one repaired before the new one was commenced, and others were of the opinion that the latter should be completed first. Estimates were submitted by the secretary (Mr Benson) and presi dent for the asphalting of the new court, the lowest being £30, which was considered excessive. It was ultimately decided to refer the whole matter to a sub-committee for consideration. MAr J. Benson relinquished his posi tion as secretary, the resignation being received with regret. Mr Brody moved a vote of thanks to him for his past services, which was carried. The following office-bearers were e'ected for the ensuing year =--Presi dent, Mr A. D Box; vice preside...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

MOOROODUC. The committee of the -Moorooduc State school, ?hich consists of Messrs T..Male, WV. G. Sanders, J. E. Jones, . H. Grindal, E.: S. 'White, Ms O'Brien, and Mrs Munro, met at the school on Tuesday evening, last, arid decided that Empire Day :should be celebrated by holding a monster picnic and sports in the school ground. 'A first-class programme of sports was drawn up, which -will undoubtedly prove most enjoyable and interesting. MrT. Male was elected chairman, and AMr WV, G. Sanders correspondent.

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

NOTES. J. Wilson (captain) and Mentiplay s?tod tut of the home t-am in the H:s ings v. Iforningt n match, and wtveral changes in the team were made. Both vid s were very much astray in kicking for goal; eleven goals out of forty-to sihots was poor indeed. B. Francis captained the home team, and C. Box ihe visitors. 'DUbbin' Reid was in good form fomeaard, a:?d played unselfishly ; ha .gt two goals and was the m~ians of helping hI:s c!ub-mates to get others. Rlobinson played splendidly in the rock f,,r Hastings ; he fed his rovers who always m ide go ,d ui of the b ill. "Nick" Ainedo:a m ide several '.Jack .lohnsen"rushes from the back li,,e, and showed better form than last year. Mornington were best served by MIcleIr, who marked nicely, and all through played with great dash. Sp rks also improved on his Somer ville game, and kicked one goal in fine style. - G. Wilson on:l N. Freeman were the bhst of the forwarlP, while all the back men shaped in good form. Len. Incigneri, of Hastin...

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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

Billiards. The following is the draw for Kirk p:itrick's Morningon 'Hotrl tourna ment of 200 up for trophies, first .dlued £2 10s, second valued 10, : First Rlunad--W. Golds (roe. 15) v W. R'h:ertson (rcc. 51) ; A. Jamen (rec. 80)' v 11. Goldi (rec. 72); N. Freelnnt (reec. 15) v A. Barllott (owes 80) ; J. Hutchins (reb. 20) v E. White (recc. 25); J. Bedtlgiod (rce 15) v J. McArthur' (rec. 25) ; S. Penhur t (rec. 46) v J. Vernon (ouws 41); W. San dereon (rec. 25) v C. Baxter (owes 5); F. Parsons (owes 10) v A. Allison (oives 25); R. Cohen (rec. 73) v 11. Meock (ree. 5); R. Hutchins (rec. 45) v J Connell (ree. 25); W. Cavill (rse. 71) v. C Parsons (rec. 78); R. Ford (owes O8) v. f. II,rrap (rec. 65),; J Fo{garly (owes 21) v M. Blldwin (ro? 33) ; T. Hutchins a bye. The following are the results of ths billiard tournamesnt, now in progress at Gregory's hotel, Fralnkton :-Sago (10 hh.i) beat \Yilox (10 bhd); F. Ilauton (25 bhd) bast Millard (50 on) Mitchell (40 on) beat BIown (50 on); Mi...

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An Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

An, Apprdciation. It is always pleasing to have a little appreciation of our efforts put forth in the psb!hliing of the "'Standard," as generally the local newspaper comes in for'a-lot of adverse criticismi and e ceives 'more kicks.: than ha'-pencer' We have received the following from a well-known Mornington resident, which tends to show, the inrlusncing puwer of the paper : "I must thank yoaumost kindly for publishing in the "Mornington Stan dard" theu ork that has been carried on by tlal Mloorooduc Cemnutery work ing bees; also for acknowledging through your-paper the amounts re ceived towards the cemetery fu..d. I maystate that acknow'edging thesis amounts through your columns has been the men , of procuring a good many donatiuns, which would not have came to h nil otherwise."

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MORNINGTON JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

MORNiNGTON JUNCTION A: wevll-attornded meetiring of the Mornington Junction Progress Associ ation was held at Mr McCallua's residence on the 13th'inst, the presi fTent, Mr Harley, occupying tie chair. It was decided .to" procsed with the purchase of the block, of land from Mr Mnconmbe,- and to erect a 'meeting place thereon, the sum of £11 being promised by those present at tho meet ing. Anoffer by Mr Ritchie to sell about ten acres t prr was not accepted, as it is understood thiat the council is prepared to grant the use of toe nsres of B txtor's Flat -for a recreation reserve. 'The meeting terminated-wilhi nvote of thanks to 3Ir McCalluni for the use of his r0oom. .

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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) June 5, July 10, August. 14, September 18, October 23, .No vember 27 Dromana (Tuesday)s, 1 p.m.) May 23, June 27, July--, August 1, September 5, October 10, No vember 14 Mornington, (Thursidays, 9 a.m.) --May 25, Juno 29, July-, August 3, September 7, October 12, No vernber 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -May 24, June 28, July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, Novem ber 15

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Opening up the Peninsula. NEW RAILWAY SOUGHT. THE MINISTER OF RAILWAYS FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

Opening up the-Peninsulht NEW RAILWAY SOUGHT. THE :MINISTER 0r' RAILWAYS FAVORABLE. The Minister of Railways on Wednes day received ia' deputation of f uit" growers, graziers, farmers and others in terested in the construction of a line through the "Mornington Peninsula. The depu'atioi, which was introduced by .31Mr Dowpward, M.L.A.,. suggested that a !ine should be c rried from Moo roodue or Bittern; or a point on the existing line shown to the Government to be suitable. It claimed that the coun try throughlwhich a line to Flinders and thence to Cape Schanck wotdd pass would repay its construction.. At pro.e sent they were hamperedo by the lack of mepns to gettlieir produce to the Melbourne m trket. The number of cases of arples forwarded from the Red Hill district was 22,000 in the past season, and one'grower estimated that with proper devlopsment the district would despatch 30,000 esms of Joua thans alone within five years. The timber was hi-avy, and the line would .r?dn?darae.qu...

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Moorooduc Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911

Moorooduc Cemetery. A working bee was arranged on May 12th to give the cemetery fence the last coat of paint, that being the third. The following were present and assisted :-Cr Alston, Messrs J. Noble, Geo. Golds, M1. Byrne, Alex. McLellan, H. Schhlebs, Andrew McLel lan, and .' Box, and some good work was put in. Great credit is due to those who have assisted in all work done, as the' ceinetery grounds look now as if they were cared for by some one. The amounl collected is also worthy of praise to subscribers, as £13. '10s has been subscribed towards the funds: Donations from the following are acknowledged with thanks :-Mr Bridges and Mrs Dunlop, 5s each; Mr Rankin, 10s.

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