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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

TYABB. Empire Day was celebrated at the local school with great enthusiasm. At State school 8544, a pleasant little pro. gramme was indulged in to the de light of scholars, parents and friends alike. M" Maclaurin, chairman of school committee, presided, and opened proceedings with a first-rate address on "The Empire," which was attentively listened to and well received. Other items included the "'Hearts of Oak," "Salute the Flag," "British Grena diers,' and "Sunny Victoria," appro. priate addresses by Messrs Pike and Young, senr, the saluting of the flag and three times three for the King, Empire and Commonwealth. After the National Anthem had been sung and a substantial tea disposed of, every one adjourned to the recreation ground, where football was indulged in by the bigger boys, and sundry games played by the girls and smaller boys. .Bags of lollies were distributed, in return for which the shire council lors were treated to three ringing cheers and a "tiger."

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

TO Tfn EDITOR. Sir,-At a committee meeting of the Doncaster Fruitgrowers' Association", al which wore present Messrs, Petty, Clay, Thule, -Whitten, _ Tulley and others - some of. whom had been directly associated with apple growing for the last forty or fifty years-I am instructed to inforin you that they.are convinced the belief that bitter pit is: caused by arsenate of lead epraying is altogether wrong, as bitter pit was quite is prevalent forty years ago as it is to-day. Also, that itis a great mis" takoe tointerfere in any way with Mr M'Alpine in I:s invest'gat;oni to fiid out its cause.-Yours, &c., JOHN TULLY, Heon. See. Doii ctster Fruitgrowers' Association. "Age."

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EMPIRE DAY. DISTRICT CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

EMPIRE DAY:. DISTRICT CELEBRATIONS. . The anniversary of our. late Queen' Victoria's birthday took place oAdWednesday last. Enipire Day, for such it has been termed, hassii?e :'o death of probably England's greatest monarch, been recognised by all TBritish subjects with the honor and loyalty that the occasion deserves. Du) ing the late Queen's ertensive reign the Empire was never in a stronger position, and time will not erase the memory of so g.eat a ruler. The wo;ds Tennyson used in his dedication to O-een Victoria em brace 'practically everything that could be said, when he wrote- i1ay children of orr children say, he vwrought her people lasting good;' her court was pure ; her life serene; God gave her peace, her land reposed ; A thousand claims to reverence closed In her as bMother, Wife and Queec." In. ustralia the day has annually cep'tion of last .ya f[rfi ;; postponed owing tod ie dealt of I King Edwa'd. Especially have the children been impresse - with the importance of the...

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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION 3IORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. AN EXCITING GAME. These two teams met todo battle at Moruingion on Saturday. On preyrous occasions the games be tween the clubs have always been vrrr even. and the hiorninglonuies, -daloutohu not often victorious, generally g:ve their seaside neigh bors a re v close run. The game wasa repetition of the contest on the same ground last year, when after an even fight up :o the thi:rl qua ter. F-aukston proved the bette stayers, and won ea-ily in the last -?.i %. On Satu -day, Morn ington, by ,e-.ving an exceedingly fast game, had the advantage by two points at half time, and the re ult was very open. in thethi-d term Faspkston reversed the order, and led by a couple of points when the last quarter was entered upon. From that on the visitors look com mand, and ran out easy" winners. Baxter and C. Box were the respec tive captains. Both teams had absentees. Mlornington being with out Sparks and Niel McArthur. and Frankston lami-in...

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BALNARRING v. HASTINGS. A ROUGH GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

BAL.NAR !NGG v. HASTINGS. A ROUGH G.A21E. The above teams met at Ralnarring on Saturnly. The appointed umpire did net put in an appearance, which was very unsatifr-cto?y. Dr Spark, of Fli: der., stepped in and filled the breach, and, under the cieunmstances, did very well. The clubs were strongly repeented, though Has'ings were again without their seipper (J. Wil son). The game from start to finish was remarkable for its roughness, anlI in the first quarter a free fight ennued. Tiny" Buckley was fouled, with the consequence that one of his fellow players defended him, added, fuel to the flame of fire, and an open "brawl" resulted. It was eventually checked, rad play resumed. In the firs' quarter BalJorrig had all the play, and scored 2 goals 2 behinds, whilst their opponents failed to score. From that out Hasings howed their suprrmacy, Balrarring failing in their staying pouwrs. The match was practicllly finished in darkness, when Haustings were continually bombarding their opponent...

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Trading on Sunday. CASES BEFORE THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

Trading on Sunday. - CASES BEFORE THE POLICE COURT. At the Frankston Court on Monday before Mr Baxter, J.P., a man named Robert O'Sul iran was charged by Inspector Dungr'y with being on the licensed premis-s of the Long Beach HIutel, Carrum, on Sunday, 30tha April. M;r Ke!so, Surerintendent of Police, conducted the pro ecution. Constabe: Fenton, of Melbourne, gave evidence to the effect that he was passing the place on tho day in ques:iun and saw the bar open. iHe sent in and found defendant on the premises. At this stage the defcLdant was askei whether he was agreeable to the case being heard .by only one magistrate. He applied in the atlirma tive, and further evidence was pro ceeded with. - Consta!le Kennedy, of Mordialloc, said he had conversation with the defendant later at the Long Beach Hotel. O'Sllivan said .he was there and had a drink.. Heffernan, bus band of the licensee, also said defend ant was given drink, after he had Ieen challenged as to his being a bona fide travell...

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FOOTBALL BARRACKING. To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) FOOTBALLBARRACKING. To tho Editor of "The Standard." :Sir,- A an eye witness of the match at Mornington obn Saturday, 20th; between- Mornington . and Frankston, I,. with' others,' was, forcibly struck with the very objec tionable form of barracking in dulged in by the juvenile element whowere present .in strong force.' From the time *the match started to its close, a crowd' of boys (some overgrown boys, too) followved the ball around the wings and continu ally hooted and howled down the Frankston players. I do not klow whether this is the practice of the juveniles on the other grounds, but I think it is, to say the least of it, a very unsportsman?!ke way. to. treat visiting teams, ,nd -savours much like larrikiniem. In justice to the `M.ornington l,layes I must t say that I heard one of them, on more than one occasion, telling Sboys to stop hooting, buht, "judging .by. results,...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

DROMIAN. This day was observed here in the usual form. In the m6rning the children assembled in the school, when appropriate addresses were made by - Mr Bennett (Presbyterian Church), ex-Cr Shaw, and MIr Brindle (chairmas and secretary respectively of the school.commnittee). A programme of songs and recitations by the children, the reading of essays on the Britislh'Enlpire by Miss hirial Joyes and Master Jack Hazledide, pupi!s of thn sixtHlclass, the d:splaying .of the colors, andsaluting of the-?flag by the pupils, were carried out. An adjournment to the Mlechanics' Hall was then made, and refreshments were given ad lib to the children, and aprogramme of sports gone through. The childreun partook of re freshments and all departed in the dusk well pleased with the day's entertainment. Great credit is due to Mr RuSsell, head teacher, for the efficient coaching of the caildren who took part in the various items on the programme. [A fuller report, giving details of the sports, reached ...

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Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

- Market Reports. Alex. Scott and Co. ieport, 18th May. Only a moderate number of cattle yarded` which met with brisk competition, the whole yarding being disposed of at full market rates. Eleven 3-yr.old bullocks at £4 is; G 3-yr-old bullocks at £4 9s; springers to £6 10s ; heifers to £3 2s Gd .a eadore should, lake notlo o_.f se enl'a, of gifts, advertised in anotlher colu:. , which will take place in the Frankston Methodist Sunday School, on Saturday, June 10th. Messrs T, R. B. Morton and Son an nounce an important sale in this issue, of the Hastings post office and police station. The date, which should be remembered, is Saturday, June 10th. Mlessrs Korner and MeCombe openQ their Hastings sale on Wednesday, and had a most successful time. Over 100. head were yarded, and everything sold well. On account of Mr Jones, " Spring Farm," they sold milkers up to £9 7s 6d, and springers up to £9 17s 6d, dry cows from 60s to 90s. Comeback ewes and lambs up to 18s 2d. The sale wrc altogeth...

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Football Club Social. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

Football Club Social. A very enjoyable smoke nighb was held in the Mlornington 1Iechanics' Institute on Monday night last, under the auspices of the Mornington Foot. ball Club, There were close on 4· persons present, who thoroughly ap preciated the evening's entertainmec , which consisted in playing cirds and draughlts, while the usual enjoyment was obtaine-t through an abundant supply of "the fragrant weed." Thq musical portion of tho programme was contributed to by 'ea.rs R. Cohen, T.. Ford, -1. Garlick, A. James, and is'. Garlick. Mr S. Garlick also gave ni exhibition of ventriloquism. The catering was left is the iandcs of Messrs G. T. Jenkins and R. Cohen, and gave entire satisfaction. .

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LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second ard Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTOI:tA. Under the Second ard Thir.! Schedules of the Game Act 1890. THE WHn.es TARa. - All Anusralian Fauna (with the exception of Snakes) in the National Parks and Public Garoens, Acanihiz e or Tit-. rabble-a, Bears (seo Native Bears), Bee-eaters, Black Cocka tcos, Black Swans, Black.tat'ed or rock Pebbler Plr rots, hrcn -witied ard oth r wild pigeons, }ustard or Wild Tw key, Californian Quadl, Caterpillas.catcl-err, Chats (see Ephthianuras), Ccach-wlip Dirde. Cockatoos, black, Ctanoe-alf birds kncaa as Cranes, such as Heeons, Egiets, &e. (rxcept the Native.Companion or A us tral;an Clans), Cuckoos, Cuckoo-shtl eo Curlews (see Southern Etooe Plyce-, &c.) Deer. Ilnve., Java Turtle. Doves Wild, Egrets (see Cranes, &e.), Ema~, Epblbiban urns or Chatp, Fan.tells, Fly-catche's. Frogmouth or Podarg?e and MotoeLe, G.auca.us Family, all membe,s of, Herons (ire Cranes). Ib;s. Java 'TmIle Doves Kan avroose, lack.faocd er "M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

KULSE ULE SAYS Y1U , AN'T BEAT IT. lJ a rteent leter from the Lake View Ho.- Ba'iarat. Viec, iurse Ure writes: *"a can't isa' Cbhn.Ierlain's Cough REaedy for c hildren. It is absolutely t:a bi havwe nEd is my p? fesiml career, _i rdiEgover ZOyear. sumerous caves af e7 op lwb.ehss a mest dreadful cre pleort fo"r c?n*dren, bse come tinder m3 nserr, and I re'e le?if31tl torecbamend C] mbelsain'e Cough I4 medy,for it means als ,u;el the end of the diEeare af:er thr.(rfciurdoses.' voi 1by all sto;e keep're. AdvEt:TIstr aod correspondents are reminded that all communications in treded for ine't;on in the STAtDAr.D r'ould reach the ofice not later than by Fri?-ymo:nig'sletter delivery at Frank ton. ....k twL N) ~ ~.IPI / ALWAYS RECOMMENDS IT. a "On a number of occasions during the past threej ears I have Cped Chamberlain's I clii, Cholera and DirriThea Remedy and cannot creak too highly of it 'for givin ease and relief," FayeMr J. H. Rickerstaff, cf Napier, N.Z. "I m:ght also mention havin...

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Orchard Notes. CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

Orchard Notes. (By E. E. Pescott, from "Journal of Agriculture._ ') Cultivation hoeuld be well on 'the way by this time The ploughing should be advanced, so as to leave plentyof time for other orthard work. The antimn rI, ughin may be as rough as possible, tating care to plough to the tree-, so that the drainage furrow is left between the rows. It is just probable, where heavy crops have been carried, thata top dr?scizog of stable manure will be re quirle to adi hlurmu to the soil. A remarka!ly heavy c op of peas has been p-'duo-d this year, and the trees will likely icquite a stimulant for next season. The fertilityof the soil must be maintajiwd ; and, although Istable and chemicel manures as a general rule are of andoubed value as tree stimu lants, well cultivated and thoroughly tilled land will always carry fair crops, anl with far less manure than other- I ise. Ale, if ithl orchardn land is well and thoroughly drained, cultivated, and subsoiled, any manures that are S-ledwill be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

Government Notices. Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Home Affairs, Melbourne, 15th May, 1911. SEPAR'TE offers will bereceived till 11 am. Wednesday, 31st May, 1911, for 1. M00ROODUC DEFENCE RE. SERVE-SEVEN YEARS' GRAZING LEASE. 2. LANGWARRIN MILITARY RE- 1 SERVE - TWO - AND - QUARTER YEARS' GRaZING LEASE Particalars at above offie oron applica tion to Poltmssttrs, Mornington and Frankston. Offers to be addressed to the Secretary, above Department, and endorsed as abot e. Ilighest cr any offer not necessarily accepted. KING O'MALLEY. Minister for Home Affairs. Shire of flornington. TEPAYERS. person be entitled to be en rolled in respect of any property ur, less before or on the 10th June, 1911, all rates and interest due in respect of such property have been paid. The Bate Collector will be in at tendance at the Shire Hall from the 1st to the 10th day of June, both days inclusive'(Sundays excepted) between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., for the purpose of receiving payment ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Feriry, Ireland, now oi "clyde.ank," MORNINCTON, A NNOUNCE that he ii prepirel to execute all ki-de of WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELLEY REPAIR°. Ordersan br.rt lftb If. B. Annaar OGosw. Mornirtena; Mr Haddock, Vro maw; Messrs Nunn sad son.,, tome wille; oralt Clydebank," Dremnna Boutd. Private rosidence- visited by appointment. Carriers, MeErs Cairns Fnd Willihas, pes -Clydebank" daily, and will deliver orders entrusted to them. Estimates given for repairs, if desired. oefore proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, CIARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs MeHt all Trains. Parcels and Lu~p? - received a.d promptly delivered. Hoses and Vehicles for hire. Prices re?suable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, -- Butcher, -. Bay-street, Frankston, Families Ya:ted .;n for Odere......... Prime Meat Oaly Kept ...... .... Smal Goo!i if Every L. scription Fresh DAily. aides and Skins Bought............. Y. G. CIIAMBEILIN, Phrmaceut...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

LOCAL. .AND NERA it The successful tenderer for the erection of the pavilion in the Somerville Park is d Mr H. Overton, at a cost of £47. Mr J. N, Marsh, of Frankstpn, leave for Tasmani this week for his annto:: two months business tour. Mr Chaa: berlin, she. .ccently -visited the Island plensu;: seeking, has arrived home look- C ing much the better far his holiday. -Mr Geo. Keast. of So-'oerville, has had The cost both of installation and material for lighting is ridieulously cheap. The I .matter of laying on the Pght is easy and its management simplicity itself. In our advertising columns the Morn ington Progress Association notify their annual meeting fbr the 31st inst. IR view of the growing necessity and importance of these Associations, it is t3 be hoped that a large and representative attendance of citizens will result, tid the Astocia lion be put on a truly progressive ba'is. Mornington has suffered the loss of three old respected pioneers within the last three weeks, namely...

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Bitter Pit in Apples. STATEMENT BY MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

Bitter Pit in' Apples.! STATEMENT BY MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE. The Minister of Agriculture (Mr Graham) his mrade the following re remarks in answer to the critics of his atti ude on the question of bitter jpt in apples :-"The first claim put for. war. by Professor Ewart wasthat the problem of bitter pit had been solved. Then it was stated that he had got a theory as to the cause, not as to.;s cause. Again there is another change of ground, and it is suggested that bitter pit is a thing which may easily be mistaken for something else, and that it is this something else which all the orchardists have got, and call bit ter pit, antd that the kind of bitter pit which Professor Ewart thinks he can prove to be caused by spraying in a year's test is the real bitter pit. Now, I do not think there are any good grounds for confusion in this respect, for apart from the well-known naked eye chnracteristic. of the disease, I am advised that there are laboratory tests which readily differentiate b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

NEURALGIA. If the affectd parts are bathed freely with Chamberlain's Pain Balm those stab ting. I urning, darting pains will soon di. appear. Rob the Balm well in several times during the day, keeping the patient warm and out of the cold wind. Dozeps of people suffering from neuralgia khae teen cured by the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Sold by all storekeepers. Notice. AMESFIELD PAnK, Mon-isoToN. N EITHER TRAPPING nor RABW BITING in ally form is allowed oi above Estate without permission Persons so offending will be tieated as Tree'-"sera. ('CIARLES W. CAMPBELL. "Amesfield Park," Mlorningtbn ANY STOCK found TRESPASSING on above Property after this.date will be IMPOUNDED without further note.. C. W. CAMPBELV)I. L. R. N. UTBER, , Solicitor, ...... FRAN K STQN...... M AY be consulted at privateresidence, Mornington Road, or at office of J. Nott Marshl, Bay Street. MELBOURNE ADDRESS H. W. Hunt andUtber,,,.,-. )Oodern'Chiibeb rs,' 317 Collins-street. Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. ...

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Obituary. DEATH OF OLD COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

Obituary. DEATH OF OLD COLONISTS It is with regret we record the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Per- rott, two old and highly-respected residents of Bungower road, Morroo-   duc; they have resided on the Peninsula of over 50 years. Mrs. Perrott died on the 1st of May and Mr. Perrott on the 19th. They were married 64 years and were among the early pioneers of this colony. Mr. Perrott was born in the year 1821 in the county of Dorset, England, and married Miss Han- nah Payne at Allingford in 1847. He came to this colony in '51,made money and afterwards returned to England and brought out his wife and three sons, the only one sur- viving being Cr. Perrott, J.P, of Hastings. We are also sorry to state that Mrs. Irvine, of Mornington, passed away on the 8th of May at the age of 85 years. Her husband predeceased her by ten years. She was a native of Scotland, and arrived with her late husband in New South Wales in the year 1855. Three months afterwards they came to Victoria, and proceeded ...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

SORRENTO   The children of Sorrento were   assembled at the usual time, and   marched into school before a large and representative gathering, includ ing the school committee, parents and   friends of the children. The head   teacher commenced the programme   by an interesting and patriotic ad-     dress, after which the following items were rended the children in a Song, 'Ye Mariners of England by   all the school children ;·recitation,   Waterloo, J. Stafford, W. Hurley , T. Johnson, J. Keys, B. Sutton, B. Staf ford ; recitation, 'Stanzas to the   Queen,' Hector Clark; song, 'Sunny   Victoria, A. Haslett, J. Johnson, J. Keys, J. Cottier, D. Mathisen, N. Stirling, H. Johnson, V. Spunner ; recitation, 'Fall of D'Assas,' Rhoda   Clark ; recitation, 'The Union Jack,'   John Cottier and R. Meaden ; song, 'T...

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