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Constable Charged with Assault. WANT OF EVIDENCE FOR PROSECUTION. THE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 May 1911

- Constable Charged with Assault. WANT OF. EVIDENCE FOR PROSECUTION. THE CASE DISMISSED. At the Sorrento Court on Wednes day, before Messrs Cohen, P.M. and   Cain and Hill, J &.P, Constable Richard Brennan was charged- with [ assaulting George Morce on the 14th inst. Great interest was taken in the case, the court being crowded. De fendant, who pleaded not guilty, was defended by Mr J. J. Carroll. Informant stated that on the inight of the 14th April (Good Friday) he was going home to his house in Melbourne road, Sorrento, and had just reached his front gate when he received a violent blow on the nose. He turned round and saw defendant. He said to him "You cowardly cur, Brennan, what did you do that for ?" Brennan replied, " You're drunk, Morce!" Informant was then locked up, and next morning was fined 10s for being drunk and disorderly. Cross-examined by Mr Carrull. His real name was George Morce, but he had gone under the name of George Clarke in Bendigo, and ...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 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 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.). -May 24, June 28, July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, Novem ber15

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THE CHURCHES. ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

THE CHURCHES: ST. PAUL'S, FRANESTON. The following extracts are taken from this month's Church of England per-h paper: MISSIONS On Sunday, 28:.h May, the different congregstions in the parish are asked to sauscribe to the lissions of the Church. You aszk: What is a Mission? We!I, here is your answef.-A mission is a sending out, and the first Church mi on was when God the Father sent His :on Jesus Christ our Saviour to redeem us Christ says to his Church, "As the Father sent 31e, even .-o I send you,"and the Church her.-elf is the great Missiuo. Just in so far as bhe is staying at Onme and n-A going out, just as far she is not doing her work. Mission is of the esaencc if tLe Church. But, quite apart from this considers lion, the Christian Church alone can tell people they have a Father in Heaven. All other religions fail to do thi'. So all people need the knonwedge which Christianity alone an teach them. But you have your objections. You say : here are plenty of heathen at home. Si t...

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Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, MAY 80. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

Dandenong MarKet, TUESDAY, MAY 80. Alex. Scott and Co. report: - An exceptionally' big yarding of milkers and springers, which me;t with keen competition, and prices were even better' than last week's high rates, some of tbe principle prices as follows :-Milkers - 5. to £13 iOi, ar·raginý £10 14,; ;2 to £12, 2 to, £8 2s 6d, 1'at £7 1.7s 61; 1 at £7 12s Gd, 5 to £10 10.,"1 at £6 2s Gd, 4 to £13 2j6d, l'at £7 10s, at £1 2s 6d, 2 to £9 103, 1 at £5 5s, 2 to £6 15s, 4 to £8, 2.to £8178s Gd, 1 at £9 28 6d. 1 at £8 10,.1 ?t £ 159.. Springers 3 to £1, 3 tp £7 lO, 6 to £6, I at £7, 5 to £5 15s, 13 to £8 17s Gd, 2 to £5 7s Gd, 8 to £10 2s 6d. Store cattle -A fair yarding and prices about the same. Pigs-A heavy supply of fats penned, and prices were very lorr, except for a few choice lots, Prime heavy bacon 40s to 42s, some higher, medium 36s to 359, light 33s to 35s ; perk, heavy prime 26+ to 28s, medium 23v, to 24s 6d, light 20s to 22s ; stores to 16s, slips to 138, suckers, 8 to 10s, some ...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

CABRUM. Empire Day was duly celebrated on Wedriesday last at the local State school. In the morning patriotic songs, the National Anthem, readings, geography, and an address by Mr Winnicot, head teacher, were gone through. Midday the Union Jack -as unfurled and saluted by .100 scholars, when the latter were ad. dre-sed by Mr R. W. Jones with a few well-choien remarks on the British Empire and its dominions. Cheers were gives for tihe Empire, Australta, the head teacher, and Mir and Mrs Jones, who kindly supplied the children with a bag of refreshments. At tile Dandenong shire council meeting on Monday a deputation en deavored to have the Swamp road (now known as McLeod's) mnado pass able. The Govermnent and the shire council have contributed to the work, but sbtne of tile deputation seemaed to think that there was a balance of the grant waiting to be drawn from the Government. It was finally resolved that the shire secretary, with Mr Jones (one of the deputation), inspect the whole ...

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Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

Help your Newspaper. The reste=t nid,you ran rive your nerwpaper is your JOlt PINTING. If you doent feel able to run an adrortisement, surely you can afford to give the news piper your cards, dodtOerr. billheads, en. rvlopes, and all ,uilness printing to execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it h'lps him to pay his printers for EnttinL up the thousand and one free motices he rires you and your town, but don't give it to the printer or job printing olffice that can pino you no such return, and is spending noither time. money, nor bhrins in htlpine you to build up your tone. The time may come when a news aR!.r can live simply on the rovenun de. rived from advertising and subecriptions, but no ordinary newsep:rer in on ordinary town ron exist witht.ut the auxiliary sup. port derived fronm job printinc. Therefore, if you want a go-d nowspapor, one th.t can still further held adanceo your town, give it your Joi PairTtri.

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

SMOE ooDuc. Empire Diay at Moorooduc State school was celebrated on May 24th, under fair weather conditions, and in the presence of a number of parents rand friends. Tile school had been nicely decorated with flowers, flags, evergreens, etc., by Miss Morris and tio school children, and presented a gay appearance. The school conmmita ?.o.turned'.upr.l forco ut andraces.-to the valti6?f 2si3d w.er run off dur ing theafternoon, under the superin tendence of thopresident of the com mittee (Mr T. Male) and members, and resulted as follows:- Boys - Under 14 '- Ross Cunningham 1, Alfred Cunningham 2, Harold Sawyer 3; under 10-A. Tobelman 1, Geo. O'Brien 2, Chas. Young 3; hurdle race-Ross Cunningham 1, II. Saw yer 2, Alfred Cunningham .3; boot jumble race-R. Cunningham 1, Keith White.2, A. Tobelman 3; high jump -II. Sawyer 1. A. Cunrninghain 2, R. Cunningham. Girls -Uirder 14-Rosie Roberts 1, Dorothy O'Brien.2, Rene Connop 3 ; under 12-Myrtle Webb 1, Dorothy O'Brien 2, Marjory Robini son 3 ...

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) ROUGH FOOTBALL. To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

OUR LETTER BOX; (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correc: pondenls.) ROUGH FOOTBALL.. To the .Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-As an eye witness of the game between Hastings and Somer ville at -Somerville, on Satur day, allow me to pass a few conr ments on the play. The game from the start had a tendency towards roughness, and, before half-time, had verged into something more like a free fight than a friendly game of football. In one instance two players came to blows, and they eventually had to be separated by'their comrades. Umpire Bed ford had little or no' control' over the players;' although" fair,' his decisions were very erratic and hard to understand. He allowed too much holding of the ball, and did not seem to notice the clo.-d fists that werd h6aid atwiork.oni lhe .ribs .of 'several 'of,;the Somerville players. O* ne disgraceful act was whenta local fdrward went up for a mark, his opponent, instead of going for the ball,' charged him, a...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

NOTES. The Eecretary of the Frankston club acknowledges with thanks the following donations :-Messrs W. W. Richardson, and C. Wells, 10s 6d each; Mr Harlef is. Moraington will be without the services of J. Garlick and W. Sander son to-day. The team have at la taken on active training.

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The Rainfall. FOR MAY. RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

The Rainfall. RECORDED AT TTABR . Mr AS Kreroure, Bullanrte,' Tyabb, re ports for month'of ay:- ist .. . 2 points. 7th ... ... ... 40 ,; 17th ... .. .:.. 206 21st ..2 22nd ... .. . 23rd ... .. 43 i,, 27th. ...; : "..: . n 6 28th ... ... .. 6 ,, ' 29th .. .. ... 38 20th .8. -... 8.. 88 , 31th ... . ;.; 4', .Total ;.. 4.. 4.10in. Total rainfall from 1st January to 31st May-12.63 points. What in the world's the use of fretting O'er lhf's troubles every day ? All our blelsings thus forgetting, We've some blessinos anyway. One great ble?sing all may finger, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, to wit, Drives off colds inclined to linger, Makes us well and keeps us fit. Mr W. A. Korner, auctioneer, of Maore ington, has a large list of buyers ford farms, orchards, grazing lands, and sea. side houses ; also applicants for furnished houses, etc. For full particulars saee oar advertising columns.

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FRANKSTON'S EASY VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

FRANKSTON'S EASY VICTORY. Frankston on Sa'turday .added another victory to their unbroken record this season by easily defeat ing Balnarring in .the Frankston Park. The day, though bright in the earlier part, turned out wet in the afternoon, which spoilt the game, as regards good and clever football. Irankston had again several absentees from their ranks, and Balnarring likewise did not have their strongest team ; in fact they were two men short, and in cluded Jim Jolly and a 'local: lad, Patterson. From the bounce the play was most uninteresting, through its uinequalness, Frankston keeping up one continual.bom-, bardmeint on the visitors' territory. Goals for the home teamiwere quite~ the order of the day; and to'itrds the end they became rather mono tonous. Balnarring never lost heart, and they are to be congratu lated upon the manly fight they put up till the last. Buckley, Wil lis (captain) and Eddy were especi ally prominent for their fine efforts, and time and again came in fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

For Broachial Cou-hs take - i Woods' Greal PeppermiLn Cars. I 64i 1 For Chronic Cbest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. ii ?d - ··Notice: S AMESFIELD PARK, MonasaooNx. N EITHER TIAPPING nor IAN. RBITING in any form' is allowed on above Estate without permission * Persons so offending will be treated as Tres- "sers. 'CIIARLES W, CAMPBELL, "Amesfield Park," Mornington SA SY TOCK found TRESPASSING on above Property after this date willt be IMPOUNDED without--fihther note. C. W. CAMPBELL. L. R N. UITBER, eolicitor, ...;..F: RA N K S T ON ....... %I AY be consulted at privateresideco, 'L YEr: .orningtonf Roa, or' at otflics e %J. NottMarsh, Bay Street. MELBOURNE ADDRESS H. W. Hunt and Ulber, Modern Chambers, 317 Collins-street; Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. j0bll4 Adair Slharpi AUCTIONEER, Farm and Live Stock Salesman. Railway Station, DAN D E NO N C.. Clearing and Auction Sales Conuocted throughout Victoria -. Farms For Sale and To Let Wanted Genuine Enquiries. from Buy.rs D...

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To-day's Football Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

'To-day's Football Fixtures ,The matches for to-day in con nection with the Peninsula Foot ball Association are-Somerville Y. Frankston, at Somerville, and Balnarring v. Mornington, at Bal narring. Hastings have a bye. The principal match will be that of Frankston and Somerville, the seasidersbeing so far unbeaten, and Somerville having only one defeat. Mornington and Balnarringshouldr on past results, be an even contest. The following will represent Morn ington -A. Bartlett, J. lIuichins, J. Cosnell, W. Ma e, C. Box, It. Golds, S. Garlick, It. Ford, G. Wilson, J. MleArthur, G. McLear, J. Campbell, 1i. Menck, H. Downward, W.'1Golda, A. Su liven, C. Flood, J. lBurnett. Emergencios-J. Connop, G. Harrison, J. lthekson. The ;im of the proprietors of the "Staldard"is to do all in their power to liberally we are supported the better paper we can produce, and the greater will be our oppo-tnnity to cater as an enterprising journal for-the news wants of the community.

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

HASTINGS. A social was held in the hall on Saturday night to wish bon voyage to Mr J. Mitchell, who is taking a trip to Scotland to visit his birth place. There was good attendance and a very pleasant evening was spent. During the evening, Cr J. D. Hodgins presented Mr Mitchell with a travelling bag as a memento of the good wishes of his fellow fishermen and other friends. ,L C. Ward also spoke a few words in support. Ir J. Mitchell suitably responded. Dancing and music was then indulged in until about 11 o'clock.

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I.O.R., Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

I.O.R., Somerville. --0-- On Friday night last, the Somer. ville Independent Order of Rtechabites celebrated their first anniversary in the Mechanics' Institute. There was a very large attehdance. Bro. Geo. Reed, the retiring chief, oc cupied the chair. Bro. N. Rudduck was deputed to do the talking, and in this he succeeded admirably. A programme of selected itoms was rendered, and gave 'great satisfaction. During the proceedings MAr Rud duck, on behalf of the members of the society, presented their retiring chief with a handsome P.M[. col ar. Mr Reed replied in suitable terms. Messrs II. Overton and Taylor moved a vote of thanks to all who had contributed to. make the anniversary so successful. The society has in Mr .Taylor a member of 534 years standing, and who mo far has not drawn one penny The programme, as follows, was rendered: Overture, piano duet, Mrs and Miss D. Taylor; songs (2), Miss O. Sher lock; recitation, "The Last Ride," Mr ly. Grant; songs, "Island of Dreams," and ...

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McLeod's Road, Carrum. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

McLeod's .Road, : Carrum, At :the- last Dendenong couneir meeting Cr McLeod moved that the standinig orders be suspended to hear a deputation frc'm Carrum re McLeod's road. -He said that some uime ago it was" decided that the- ratepayers interested should contribute £150. towards m'akink the road,- and they did not wish to repudiate their responsibility, but they-wanted an ei tended period in which to pay. Mr Jones, one of the depu'tants, said 3it was 18 months since the money was" promised, and the understanding was that the council and ratepayers should expend £150 each, and that the Government would contribute a. similar amount. They were quite willing to bear their share of the cost, extended over a certainl time, But he wished to point out- that the road was not yet completed. The sum of £491 7s had been spent on the. road, and he I asked the council to complete the work, and the ratepayers uould pay I up. Mr Rigby said that the late Sir L Thomas Bent had promised a certain I a...

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Westernport Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

Westernport Mail Service. A public meeting was hold in the Cowes' Hall on Thursday night to re-; ceive the ultimatum from the Postal Department with reference to the now mail'contracts. The department an nounced that unless the sum of £218, being the difference of £71 per annum for three years between the present steamer service via Stony Point and the lowest tender, ws paid down id a lump sum, the tender for an overland service via the Wonthag;i railway would be accepted. The situation was thoroughly discussed, and so great was the apprehension on the part of the residents, who understood the local conditions, that the proposed new sor vice would break down in winter time, that it was resolved to endeavor to raise the amount demanded to con tinue the present route, which has ib'ýt-`?nh notib 'nusq'aver" since 'Philp' Island was thrown open to settlement fifty years ago. A sum of £107 was contributed in the hall, and a com mittee was appointed to visit all parts of the district to o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

Bereavement Notice. MR. F. G. PERROTT desires to   THANK al kind friends who were       so good and helpful to his late father and mother during their last illness. clte ýtnabarb. PUBLISHED EVERY. SATURDAY JIORNING 'A'othing .extenuate, nor set dolon aught in malice" Telephone No. e, Frankaton. SATURDAY, JUNE. 8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

M.ACKIE & y· FAMILY BUTC(WRS, ~'. , ;a ýYoung Street Frankston ~~' ~ ~ 11W AVLI\ purcbired Mr e' ivz .i ~~~ (~~icit nctii CCI l I Co f tier~trg {, tiulp~,y'1"ýý !ýiý ned to thier pred cos~or Eitic Erc, al 4, 7 ,, ! _a ;: a~sý ý r ý'uIr;ýyýý1JiG ýllch. 2ýF ý 4k PREST GfiF, POR ,.ý . "'s ",º r"r''0 4rtti1iý D ' 3 Q ar f `/ ý l TC. F roah 'D a Frj elI1LRen9 rI a col1TSD 1N4 ~ n~~r .iI: ''c+1cn liG!4r Ay:ý15 t///,.f ]ýý r .Dld·cssr {/. ýnyrýý,S4ý!Ja» ' PtOý"ý .'1A ýý ý i ;ý .. .r"saffit(ryý ''t /A'; iý" º J To Stock Breeders AT STUD. Pedigreed-Ayrshire Built, Berkshire and Tamworth Boars. For terms apply THE MANAGER, - "Cricklewood," Frankston Woods, Great Peppermint Cure, for Cooghs and Colds, never fails. ii Gd GOLD MINES --- AND C LEM E NTS .....TONIC ..... The following testimony is given by Mr. E. Litchfield, who is a well known mining expert of Melbourne arecognised authority upon expert mining ventures and speculations. His opinion ranks as first-class in mining matters a...

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RESPECTED [?]BB RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911

It is with very great regret that the death of iars T. H. Houfe, a much respected Tyabb resident, has to be recorded, the sad event taking place on Thursday nighlt. The deceased lady had been ill for a long time, and about two years ago underwent a serious operation at the Alfred Hospital,,and when healed she washer same old vi gorous-and buoyant self forsome time. She took ill again, and after keeping to her bed at home for several months. was then taken to St. Vincent's Hos pital, but her caeo was pronounced practically incurable, and about a month ago she was brought home. The state of her health since then has been varied, and hopes were expressed that she would eventually recover, but a few days ago she began to siqk, and passed away as above stated. Mrs Houfo was greatly respected in the Tyabbl district, and when in.good health was a splendid worker in any pub'ic cause, and hers was always a familiar face at the Christmas gather ings in connection with the local hall. She was ...

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