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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS v. MORNINGTGN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
FOOTBALL. PENTNSUL& ASSOCIATION. HASTiLNGS v. MOR?LNNGGN. The-e teams met on the ground of the former on Saturday. The home team were without, the services of th'ir'captain (J. Wilson, who is still suffering from the effects of the injury he gat in the Frankston match); Francis csprainol the team, and Sgo ito and It. Lewis were includel in place of Bryce and West. 1lornington brought a good team, but were rather lae in arriving. From the bounce the hall hung about the centre until a free kick to BMornin:ton sent it well forward, hbu Floyd relieved. A free to G rm, who passed to Amendola, pat MIornington on the defensive. They w rked it back to the centre. Gomm to Francis, and a free kick to Reel resulted in a minr point to the home team. Anderson forwarded, but the local centre line was in great form, and forced the ball back, when Robin son, tons a running angle shot scored another behind From the kick oi Ameanola collared and pas-el to Irandin. who ssnpped first ' siuer' f...
Mornington Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. THURSDAY, MAY 11TH, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. THURSDAY, MAY 11n, 1911. The usual monthly meeting of the above council was held on .Thursdayat the council chambers. Present: -Crs Flood (president), Nunn, Alston, Stephens, Barrett, Male, Grover, Lobb, and Bradford. CORRESPONDENCE. James Connell, drawing attention to dangerous state of culvert on three chain road, opposite Young's. -Cr Male said there was a box culvert on the Mount Martha road, which could be shifted to the spot, as it was no use where it was. He mooed to that effec't.-Cr Barrett seconded, and the motionr was car ried. G. H. Grindal, asking for use of Shire roller.-Granted. WV. Croagh, secretary St. McCar tain's Church, Mornington, refer ring to unsatisfactory state of road and footpath in front of the church. The road was quite unsafe, and on the footpath.the mud was ankle deep.-Cr Nunn thought the. best thing-to dloewould' be to .form?"the footpath, and leave the roadway alone. It would be no use forming the latter unles...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
NUBSE DEE SAYS YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. in a recent leter from the Late View fo'el. Ballarat, Vie., Nurse Ure writes : -Y'u ca-'t beat Chambelain's Cou2h 1:emedv for children. It is abhsoloely the best I bhae used in my professional career, eotendi ov;er20 years. umerous cases of coup, which is a most dreadful com rl.int for children, bave come under my nolic-, ard I never hesitate to'ecommesd Chamberlain's Co:lqh Reme dy, for it means absolutely the end of the dise:se after tbr'e or four dossn." Scld by all stors teepers. When you wnrite to advertisers just mention that you saw their advt. in this p-per. We'll be grateful if you wil Il do so. ALWAYS RECOMMENDS IT. "On a number of ococ sions during the past three years I have used Chamberlain's olio, Cholera and Diarrhcad Remedy and cannotspeak tob highly of it for giving ease and relief," rays MIr J. H. lickerstaf, of Napier, N.Z. "I m:ght also mention having recommended it to customors, who woere equally well pleased with results. For p...
Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, 16TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, 1GTsc MAY. Messrs Alex. Scott and Co. report: -A large number ot milkers and springers yarded mtt with keen com petition, prices being fully 10s above last week's rates, some of the principal lots as follows:-7 to £14, averaging £9 17s 6d, 1 at £16 153; l at 10 153, I at £9 2s (id, I at £8 7s Gd, 1 at £8 10-, 1 at £G I12. Gd, 1 at £5 15s, 1 at £7 15.,'5 to £10, 3 to £7 15, 1 at £7 2s Gd, 2 to £9 5s, 1 at £9 2, Gd, 1 at £X 7s 6d, 1 at £12 2, Gd. Springers -3 to £7 12 Gd, 24 to £5 10s, 8 to £6 12s Oid, 1 at £9 103, 1 at £9 6s, 2 to £6 10s. Store catt e-A fair yard. ing, and prices about the same as lasI week. Pigs.-A go6d supply of all descriptions and prices extremely low. Bacon,-H-eavy prime to 42.o, mediuin 33s.to 33., light 3235 to. 34s; pork extra hQavy prinin 27s to 29s, medium 21s to26s, light 21s to 23s, stores to 17s, slips to 10s, suckers almostV un salabloebest to -0s midium-from'-Os to 8., oteors from 5s. Calres-About usual supply, and prices ver...
SOMERVILLE v. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
SOMERVILLE v. BALNARRING. These two teams me' or 'omerville's new ground in the park on Saturday, the match being I'alnarring's initial effort for the season. Consequently their best team was not available, several prominent players being absent. Somerville were represented by their s: oage t u;,, cu., v.La wcre under the c mmand of H. Firth. Willis had charge of the visitors. The play thrcughout was most e=iting, nothing materially separat ing the scores Right to the end the game was in doubt, and a goal from either side meant victory. WVith only six minutes to co Somerville were behindl, bat played manfully. Griffith, marking splendidly, secured the kick of, and scored a wall-timed siuer. Perey Thornell quickly followed with another, and a most sensational game was won on time, the scores being: Somerville, 31 points Balnarring, 22 points. Somerville showed their capabi:ity to 'ksy,' and pot in a strong finish. "Nuagget" Griffith's high marking was gain a feature of the matgh; tim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
liihi ý.i!(frcý z ýin . Jil"!wX5. Si ý . .i l : 3ý S ' "N t !4ý i >r . 1 h ~/ 1 ;~!i .S:~ L ~ ~ ~ 51· ;7·~~1 , ~grI I RECOMMEND CLEMIENTS .1.TO N IC.... Here is the opinion of a well known Melbourne business, man. one who works with his brain and He is a publisher of note and his op;nion upon this great medicine is worth reading by all men and women. Mr. A. F. Lake is senior member of the firm of Lake & Sons, Printers and Litho graphers, of 289 Little Lons dale Street, Melbourne, and publishers of Opera House programmes, the "Hotel and Tourist Guide Book" for the Victorian Government, and the well-known journal"Pub lic Opimon." Mr. Lake writes: 289 Little Lonsdale Street. Melb. 22/1/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Some little time ago I was greatly run down from over-work, suffering with se vere neuralgic pains. After taking a couple of bottles of Clements Tonic, I found to my intense relief that I was 'completely restored to health. I confidently recommend Clements Tonic to any...
Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
Stray Pars. In our auction cO!Umn? some im important nals . wIll b i f:u" d. ?2? rs Korner and slcCusebo announce a clearing sale at JI-3rkloy street, 3orn ina.-'sut W ednandky,:,th " Ju;e... Messrs Edwin England and .Co. (in conjunction with Auctioneer Frank Baileau) notify the tale by auction oti Saturday, June 3ri, of "Chicopee,"' the famous Carrum dairy f?oam. Stationmaster Vaughan, who for same limne has had chaige of the Car rum sttation, has Leon tran?ferrcd from there to War:ohheip. During his stay he had made himsolf very ppular at Carrum, andl' was genera ly liked and o,teinedl by a 1. 1-.: was consid ered one of the most cap d?e station masters Carrant ever hadl, and his removal will be a gieat loss to the place. Porter D.tcy, another well teapected oiliiial, has also received notice of his rmniv.l from Ca ruam to Ringwood. During the week a narrow escape fronm serious injury was experienced at Frtlkston. A lady and gentleman were driving past the tennis court at night, w...
Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, 29TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, 29H APRIL. The monthly meeting of the above was held at Dromana, the following being present:-Crs Sharp (president), Clark, Terry, Marsden, ltudduck, Haig, Buckley, Stanley and Davies. coCr7roNDfrSCE G. McLear, claim for £f 2i for ser vices as D.R.O. at lied Hill, in con nection with shire elections -Secretary to make enquiries James McKeown, complaining of having paid rates on mere land than he pcesessed, and asking for a refund. -No action. Postal Department, declining to re move a telegraph pole on foorp-th at PortseL.-Secretary to write, stating same is a menace to public, .and re questing immediate removal. - Woinarski, requesting metalling on Trueman's road.--To be informel request cannot be granted owing to lack of funds. Same, re construction of track to beach, and offering to contribute one fourth of cost--To be informed that the council had no power, but would offer no objection. --. Dandenong Shire, requesting co opertioo of counc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
AUCTION. -TuF- SOMERVILLE ORCHARD Adrert-sed by and »$S. S. GAULT......... Hat bten Sold .Privately At Sati~a:t-ry. Figure to the Tendor TLhe 31 Acre; .dvert,-ed at Langsartrin is 'w. f , r l':ivate S.t e. - .Preliminary Notice--------- CLEAIGNG SALE. WEDNED :Y. JUNE. 7t, 1;11. At :ari.hy S:rtet, MORNINGTON. __EZ, a z:: a ? IE AVE reweivl iaitrcctiorns from J. Go.;TANt. v, w. ho Lo+s disposed a " t tbhe aedre',, the whole of his Hcushold Furniture and Effects WitLout eccrcve. Fa'l p LartI ears lter issue. Kcrner an.l "3hC., !A . 1,6 Queen Serael, !ei..- .c; Mrnington and Ha-uogs For Sale by Public Auction. SC-IICO(I'E," the famous Carrum Dairy Farm. and H. M !;IE'N (un conjunction). Auct:i?:eer--FIIAN P f,\ILEAU. SI .VE :.; favrl rxi:h instruetions fr..om J-::! Klr'a:\s. E.= to offer his weil-kn-on f.arr. -Chicopee," by Fa!.lii An.tir:. on the grounds, at Carrnm.n S.\TUiDTciY. JUN: E 3rd.at 3 p.m. Liberal term- at :sae. Further plar .irelrs uIor. appticition to Ed?in El21ai1 anw Co,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
w. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Ferry, Ireland, now of 'Clydebank." MORNINCTON, A SOUNCES that he is prepared to execu-e all i-ds oft WATCMH, CLCIC and JEWELLERY REPAIER. Order Can be left with Mr' . Anner, Orocer, Borniogt?n; Mr BRddock, Dro mana; Messrs Noon and Sons, Somer rine; oral Clydebak," Dromans itoad. Private residences visited by appointment Carriers. Mesars Cairns end Williams, pes - Clydebank" daily, and will deliver arders entrusted to them. Estimates Ziven for repairs, if desired. Cdeore proceeding with them. 260 J. MILL&RD, CARRIER and CAB PRO S PRIETOR. FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels sad LuEgae received and promptly delivered. Ro.see and Vehicles for hire. Prices res..,atle Letters and Teleprams promptly attended to: A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waltel .n for O ders........ Prime l-at Only K.pt ........... Sma: GCoo's of Every D seiittion Fresh Dai:v. ailes and Skins B ,ught............... F G.. O(IAIBE[ ...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
TYABB. ( The Fruitgrowers' social, "held on Friday night last, was a most enjoy able one, and was .very .succesful in many .ways.. About sixty persons were present,. and of .the younger generation, the f ,ir sex predominated, but it appeared that no inconvenience was caused by this fact, for, during the dancing thore was always a set or two made up b1 girls, and judging by their boisterous g.iety, they did not mind the absence of the "morn man." For those who did not dance there s 1 a' cad table, which was always in use, whilst others indulged in conversation. llefreshmintos were provided by the Assitciatito members, and were taken charge of by Mls Pike, who conducted the buffet in her well-known capable manner. Messrs Carey and Hollier oflliciated as pianist and M.O. re-pee tively, whilst the voc.l contributions to the oevning's enjoyment were as follows :-Pianoforro selection, Miss I. Cole ; song, 'Remembher and For get," Mrs Cole; song, "PIrting," Miss C. Hodgins; recitation, "''...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 May 1911
LOCAL AND fr" ERAL A grand Coroniation concert will be held in the IIastings Hall on Saturday, June 10th. A treatis in store for patrons, who would do well to note the particulars in this issue. We regret to record the death of IMr Edward 'Davenport, of "The Pines," Lanugwarrin, which took place on Wednes day. 17th May, much sympathy is felt for the bereaved relatives. In our advertising columns K- ssro Stanley Pollard and Co., land salesmen, Mayerough, enqnire relative to th Balnarring district preferred. - Hollor to whom hononris due ! Through an oversight the name of Mrs C. E. Gomm was omitted from the list of ladies who so efficiently carried out the arrangements in connection with the social that was hold in the Somerville Hall last ncek. There was a crowded house on S..tur day night, in the Somerville Mechanics' Hall, when achoir of 14 young people reuderled some choruses under the direc tion of Mrs Gregory. Thoie that were known were joined in most heartily by the young fello...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) June 5, July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23, No rember 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, 'e vember 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) --May 24, June 28, July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, Novem ber -5
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
CARRUM. At the last.meeting of the Dande nong Council, Cr Groves asked how it was that the £150 promised by rate payers ink the' vicinity of MceLeod's road,Carrum, had.nat been paid in to the council for. works done on that road.-Orl McLeod said the matter of collecting had been left in the hands of the late secretary, and lie had taken no steps to-collect the money. The maiter should havebeen attended to, and the money collected from those ratepayers who had promised it. Ten ders had been called, and the works completed and paid for by the council, and not a penny of the ?L50 promised collected.-On the motion of Crs Groves and McLeod, Mir Robert Jones, storekeeper, to be written to as to the names on the ist of do:rations, and the amounts promised. The Water Commission, in accord ance with a promise made some time ago, has decided to make reductions in the rating of the Carrum water works district. The rates are to be reduced from Gs to 4s in the pound in the first division, from 3...
FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
FRANKSTON. At Frankston great excitement prevailed in the mo.ning buntings displayed prominently from public pllhes announing the important day. At .the State school i.be scholars were each' suoplied with miiiiature Union'Jacks and patri otic colors, and the building was tastefully decorated with a nice display of flags. A progarnamme of songs, recitations, etc., suliLab!e to the occasion was gone through, and addresses on various "su:iects touching upon the g-eatness of the British Empi-e were delivered by Revs. Kitcheui, Lowe, Mesu , Ritchie (chairman of the school committee). Dial,.and Olly. - After the flag had been loyll y saluted and the National Anthem sung, with cheers for the teachers, the children dispersed. In the afte,,noon the proceedings were fu.ther. continued by a display in the Park. A p;-o cession, composed of the school children andrheaded by the Frank st6n Brans Band; promenadeddfrom the school through the main bireet, and thence to the Park. There an excellent p...
Motor Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
Motor Accident, On Friday. evening a sensational motoring accident happened on the Morningtoii road, between Franketon and Mlornington. Messrs Edlwick and Harrison, of Mornington, accompanied by a lady and the chauffeur, ,were driving to Mbrningtosi from the city. They had got. few? nilesnast,. rankston when the wheel skidded, the road being very slippery, and the car dashed over an emnbankment and through a fence. It must have turned a complete somersault, as it landed on all four wheels. The occupants sere thrown out, and Mr Harrison got knocked about the face and head, and became uniconscious. We are pleased to state, however, that he is now recovering. :Mr Edwick had a rib broken, but the other passengers escaped with a severe shaking.
Concert at Rosebud. A SUCCESSFUL UNDERTAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
Concert at Rosebud. A SUCCESSFUL UNDERTAKING. A very successful concert and dance was held at Rosebud on Fri day, May 5th, in aid of the Cape Schanck and Boneo Tennis Club. The weather was all that could be desired, and the residents of Dro mana, Rosebud, Boneo and Sor rento turned out in full force. fMr Samson, one of Melbourne's fin&tL bass singers, was fully appreciated by a large and enthusiastic audi ence, and each of his items were heartily encored; so also wereMeess rs Bartell and Christie, both excellent elocutionists. The programme was as follows :- - Overture, Miss Powell ; song, Mr Samson ; recitation, Miss E. Adams; song, Miss Reid; recita tion, iMrA. Christie; song, Master Arthur Baker; recitation, Miss E. Adams; song?11r Samson; recita tion,Mr Bartell; duet (vocal),Misnes A. and Q. Baker; song and dati:e, Misses E. and J. Cairns; Highhland flilig, Miss E. Cairns; recitation, Mr Bartell; song, Miss Reid; reci tation, Mr Bartell; song, M?ise Pdwell?i, hren tablea...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
MORNINGTON. The celebration at Mornington. will long be remembered by. those who had the privilege of attending it. The arrangements for the morning programme prepared by Mr Ferber (head teacher) reflected great credit on that gentleman and his staff. The attendance at the school was splendid, and the ac commodation taxed to its utmost. The' Green Island State school was in attendance. A. varied pro gramme was then given by the scholars of the school, and speeches made by the Hon. A. Downward, M.L.A., and the Revs. Sandiford, McDougal, and Nye. At 1 p.m. the children again assembled at the school and marched through the town to the park, singing Patriotic songs, displaying flags and: bunt ing, and creating quite an impres sion on those who witnessed the proceedings. On arrival at the park the picnic programme of sports, under the direction of Mr A. McLellan, was immediately began. The following are the results : Boys' Races-6 to 7 years : R. Allison 1, W. Brown 2, E. Byles 3; 8 to 9...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
SOMERVILLE. Unfortunately for the school children the rain of Tuesday and Wednesday morning made the ground and grass in the Somerville Park too wet for the round of sport. Luckily, the show ground was available, and, with its spacious sheds, was'a most suitable place for juvenile enjoyment. A 'rather lengthy list of races, etc., was gone through by the children, much to their delight. The committee, with their energetic, head teacher, Mr Geo. Reed, sent things along with a swing. The customary Empire Day programme was gone through at the school 'before the , children marched up to the show ground, where luncheon was spread out for the young folk. Refreshments for the adults were laid out in the fruit growers' refreshment shed. Alto gether a most enjoyable' day was spent by old and young alike. A. very large gathering of'the parents and residents of the district as sembled to witness the proceed ings.
MR GEO. SHEPHERD'S OPINION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911
MR GEO. SHEPHERD'S OPINION Many orchardists in the district are unanimous on the point that - bitter pit exiqted.in the fruit before spray ing was thought of.: maniinterview Mr Geo. Shepherd, the.'well-known nurserybnan and naturalist, defined bitt r pit as "A condition due to de fective nutrition: very prevalent im inrdiately after heavy falls of rain following dry spells of veather.. It was not feasible that arsenate of lead would penetrate the skin of healilh; growing'fruit. With the instinct of sclf-preservation, nature; would 'epel any vapour or spray likely to injure the fruit or pip in the course of repro duction." Connig from.such a cloie observer of nature, this opinion should carry weight.