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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
Government Notices. INSPECTION OF LE:ISTA\TIVE AS SLMIBLY EiLLCTOIRAL LIST', 1911. ELECrOR:AL DISTRICT OF MORN ING TOr, MIUR'.INI; IONDIVISION. THE Special General Li-t of Electors for the abley Division is now printesl. 2rd cu.is iiiry be inspecte.] at my tfrteeand at every post office, rail way satiin,. pllic? station and State sc??' s: it!;a the Division. Chla forns to enable qualified per nor.~ .not es::olled to become enrolled, mary l l,n:r . I frrun any of the places abt s e-nam:d. GEO. FLOOD, Er.hral I Regstrar at Mornington. Tanti Monthly flarket.. 3IONI).Y, IUNE I2. ALES. S:.TT & CO. ? ILl hot5 their usual monthly rket in the C.orporation Yards, . .an'. the Tacti Hotel, on the above date.o.ing to the usual date being a public heoli.ay, when they will offer : 5 F-t I::Iluncksh SValee' 6 Milker' 12 S.rinhe rs I, Ii.ifcrs. I to 2years 5?. .ixr-d Cattle a t Fat ~Vethcrs Alex Serott and Co.. Auctioneer, Dande non; and Koromnburra. ........Preliminary Notice......... CLE....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER Lnte of F ervoy, Iseland, now of "C-ydebank," MORNINCTON, A ?SPOUNCES that he is prepared to exA ete all hirdi of WATCt, CLOCI. and JEWELLEBY Orders canbe left with Mr . Annear, Groer. B0ornisgtr ; Mr Rudduckr, tr usa; Messrs Nnn and Sons, forer. yille; or at' Clydtbank', Drommns Bold. trivate rsidences visited by appointment. Carriers.Messrs Cairns end Williams, ps Clvdebank" daily, and will deliver aoders entrusted to them. Estimates gpven for repairs, it desired. aeore proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels - and Luggare received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicle for hire, Prices rea osoale Letters and Telegrams promptly attended t'. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families YWaited ..n fr Orders......... Prime Meat Oly K-pt ............. Smal Go-o:s i. Every L-sziptson Fresh D iiv. Rides and kins Bluht............... -P.--:-oI.iAMBBNELN, Phrmaceutica...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
LOCAL ANID CENERAL Cr Chas. Murray and family, of Somer ville. have moved into their new residence on WYarrendyte road. Master Ronald Ioldsworth, son of Mr Holdsworth, of Mornington Junction, was voted into third place in the election for the most popular boy on the training ship John Murray. Last Friday when Mr A. Connell, of Green Island, was driving a team of horses, one of them kicked him ,on the shin, lacerating the bone. He. is, how ever, progressing as well as can be.ex pected. We are glad to notice that the matter of the entrance into the park at Somer ville has been attended to. It is to be hoped that the seats, as mentioned pre viously, around the football gronnd will receive attention with similar-punctuality. The football match between the Morn ington Ramblers andJ Tyabb clubs was postponed last Saturday owing to the death of AIr L. Murphy, as also was the smoke night in connection with the A.O.F. lodge, Mornington. The damp weather prevailing very considerably -interfer...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS DEFEATS SOMERVILLE. A ROUGH GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
FOOTBALL. P,ENINSULA. ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS DEFEATS. SOMER VILLE. A-ROUGH GAME. In anticipation of a good game a large attendance assembled on the Somerville ground on Saturday last, although the weather condi tions were very unsuitable for out door sport. -The playing ground in places was sloppy, especially near the northern goal, which was very bad. The game opened with a lot of centre play before either side gained any advantage. Somerville even tually broke away, and Griffith, pitking up smaatly, passed to Mur ray, who, from a good kick, regis tered first point.- of. the-match, a 'siigle. Robianon ?i 'maniing-thi kick-ii,' carried the ball to the centre with a good run. "Floyd, taking the ball from him, sent it well into the forward lines, but owing tothe solid defence put up by the locals, Hastings could not break through, and'were eventually driven back to the centre. Webb, who was awarded a free kick for being slung, sent the ball well up, and another single was added to Some...
The Mornington Peninsula. IMPRESSIONS OF A VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
The Mornington Peninsula. IMPRESSIONS OF A VISITOR [UT NEW cnUm It may be of irte-rst to know how the d -r.et a- ,I i -urroruii:.gs hrve impressed a new arrivaL Mornington, I think, is a charmin seaside resort. Its leach i . , e :f the nmot plctnr e-que I have se- n. To my Sndtl it differs frrm oth r beaches of nmy ac quaintance, in that for miles arouud then- i-snot a 'p !t which I cou!d not say was pretty. To stind at any point along tht I ach and Iook aro:un at the red cliff, and beyon I those the - gras covered ground, w:thl a iack ground ef dark green 'r, e*, and beauti ful rs:de. ce' enc'osed in spaeion grounds, p'an"el with grand olnd iines, eta, i- to s-c" as fine a' sight as one r-oual wish to see. The majority of beaches ate radthr harren l.okins in parts, lot eve-ry part of the M3,rring ton I bach impnls.-el uo as beino vcry ple-asng to the eye. The township is one of the e.lemfst I have jet visited. The people a-rm to be quite a refined class, most of a hi.m I should thi...
DROMANA. EMPIRE DAY AT THE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
DROMANA.r EMPIRE DAY AT THE STATE SCHOOL. "I'd rather laugh a bright-haired boy Than reign a grey-beard king." SJ wrote.an a.merican poet, and that he spoke sol.er truth no one who visited Dr.smana on Wednesday,. 24th May, would gain-ay. It was Empire Day, and this Tear it took, in the afterno: i, the form of a children's sports meeting. Since last Empire Day the new school committee has been el:ected, and the members received their baptism u-f work in connection with Wednesday's funciion. The suc cess or failure of a committee is largely in the hands of the secretary. !lhat 11r Brindle is- sa ctetary here, spells success f r the work of the committee. The work cf canvassing the district for donations was undertaken by MAes dames Evans and Story with such success that there was abundance of everything. In the morning, a pro gramme, consisting of songs, essays, and addresses, was gone through, Air Shaw, president of school commr.itee, acting as chairman. The childr-a sang "Britannia,...
Mt. Eliza en Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
: Mt. Eliza en Fete., At M)'t. Flizc Stlte schnol Empire Day was celebrated in a hearty man der, and the event was a gala day in the annals of that place: The mo-ning programme was successfully carried out by the head teacher, Miss Worboise. In the afternoon the attendaince of parents and visitors was- the largest known on such occasion" at the school: At 12 30 the t.bles were laid with a i, lente.us supply of good things, pro vided hy'the parents and- committee. At about 2 o'clock the children iwere marched in lini, and . three hearty cheers were given for the Empire and the King, after which Mr J. Grice ad dressed the children in a very appro priate manner. Races were arranged and successfully carried- out by the committee, assisted" by' MAr Grico. After the sports pro :ramme wase con cluded. Mr Grice presented all the children with toys and lollies. At the close of proceedings Cr Stephens moved a hearty vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs rice fur their kind assistance and generous supp...
OBITUARY. MORNINGTON'S GREAT LOSS. SUDDEN DEATH OF MR L. MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 June 1911
OBITUARY. I MORNINGTON'S GREAT LOSS. - ... I SUDDEN DEATH OF MR L. &nbsp; MURPHY. &nbsp; It is with profound regret we re- &nbsp; cord the death of one of Mornington's &nbsp; most popular citizns, in the person of Mr Larry Murphy. The sad event took place at his late residence, Kirk- patrick's Hotel, Mornington, on Friday night, May 26th, after one day's illness, the cause of death being heart failure. His demise came as a great shock to the whole community, as Mr Murphy was about as usual the day before. As &nbsp; the sad news spread, great sorrow was expressed everywhere, as his kind and genial manner had made him many &nbsp; friends,and he died as peacefully as he lived, at the age of 62 years. &nbsp; &nbsp; The late Mr Murphy was born at Ballinatona, County of Wicklow, Ire- land, and arrived in Auatralia 35 years ago. He took up farming at Benalla, and afterwards ran Cobb and Co's. coaches at Kilmore, and was then t...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
LOCAL AND .GENERAL The rainfall for May, registered at Mornington,;is 372 points. MrJ. G.Bar. Irett has been appointed official rain recorder at Morningtoo. Mlr Jas. Noble has been appointed care taker at the Mechanics' Institute, Morn ington. Constable Commons, of East Malvern, is at present doing duty at Mornington in the absence of Constable Stephne, who is on holidays. We are glad to learn that Cr Gee. Griffith, of "Two Bajs," Somerville. is maki g good progress towards recovery, and expects to be home some time next week. Land on the Penin,ula suitable for f farming continues to sell well. LMr INe?eon Rudduck, of Dromana, has sold 130 acres, portion of Clarke's estate, at £5 5s per aere to Mr Dehaey, of Ascot SVale. On Monday night next the annual meeting of the Somerville fruitgrowers' association takes place, when the new officers will be elected and the balance sheet presented. Another very enjoyable smoke night was hold by the Mornington Football Club on Tuesday night last,...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 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 ber 15 The aim of the proprietors of the "Standard" is to do all in their power to foster thecontinual material welfare of the district-but naturally the more liberally we ore supported the better paper we can produce, and the greater will be our oppo-tunity to cater as an enterprising journal for the news wants of the community.
BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
BALNARR!NG. At-the half-yearly meeting of the local branch of the L.N.A., the follow ing offcers were elected for the next six months :-President, Mr M. Hur ley; vice:president, Mr A. W. Farrell; treasurer, M?r W, Myers; secretary, Mr D. Buckley; assistant secretary, Mr W. Myers; auditors, Messrs W. Judd and A Farrell; comittee, Messrs P. Vansuylen, L. Berryman, T. Broughton, S Robertson and R. Stanley. The annual meeting of the Balnar ring Progress Association was held in the hall on Tuesday night. There was a large attendance of members. A letter wamr received from the Deputy Postmaster General, stating that, the Association's request to have a silence telephone cabinet installed in the new post office had been granted. The balance sheot., which showed a credit balance of. £ Ss lld, was read and adopted The president briefly out. fined the work ,lone by the Association during the last year, and showed that, although it had only been formed a short time, it had already done a great...
Dr. Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
Dr. Barnardo's Homes. "Light and Day," the quarterly organ of Dr. Barnardo'a Homes, issues its coronation number this month, with a colored cover, and with several new features. The illustrations are numerous and telling. It devotes much of its space to the Coronationi Fund of the Homes, which includes the issue of 30,000 Burden Bearers Shares, at one guine?a cich, foi the furtherance and development'of "Child Rescue Unlimited." The subscription list opened on 10th April, and names of burden bearers are to be attached to !'Coronation Rolls." In a facsimile letter of preface, the honoiary director states that in this coronation yearthe Homes are faced- ith a drop .in the incomi';largely- duo to dimish'ed 're ceipts from leg cies. "We are,"' l says, "rescuinsu and training destituti boys ind girls for _the beneft of the nation and Empire of which we are all ju~tly.proud, and we are anxious" that the progress of.bur work should not be hampered by the lack of funds."' Over 9200 young pe...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
TYABB. Some months ago reference wat made in this column to the fact thai the Government had 'purchased three acres of land from Cr Cole for the purpose of erecting a school. Since then, so little information on the subject has been received, that the folks here began to think that thi heads of the State had emulated Rip Vari'Wlikto ': Ilowrr, worbd hL. ur been received from the Edusatioc departmentj to the effect that the Minister has signed a requisitior authorising the Public Works depart. ment to attend to the site, and build a new school, as recommended by the district architect. It is earnestly hoped that the work will soon be gone on with, and the present weather inclines one to hope that the class rooms will be fitted with big fire places, whereby, teachers and scholars may benefit. At a joint meeting of the committees of both local sobools, held this week, it was agreed to co-operate in the celebrating of Coronation Day. The programme, as at present decided on, is as follow...
Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, JUNE 6. Alex. Scott and Co. report: A good yarding of all descriptions of cattle came forward for the sale. Dairy cattle - Good milkers and springers were in firm request, and sold readily at full hite rates; medium and inferior sorts were easier. The following were the principal lots: Milkers: 4 to A13 15s, 2 to £13, 1 at £10 15s, 8 to £9 163 6d, 1 at £9 103, 2 to £8 15s, 1 at £8 5s. Springers 2 to-£7 12s 6d, 2 to £6 10s, 11 heifers to £5 10s, stores sold at about late rates. Pigs - A heavy supply of every description penned. The market for both baconers and poikers was. firmer, and prices showed some improvement on last week's low rates. Suckers were jalmost unsalable at very low prices. Heavy bacon 48s, medium 42s, light 37s Gd; porkers heavy 33s, medium nSs, light 22s to 24 ; suckers-extra to 12s, others 5s to Os. Calves-A good supply, which sold readily at late high rates. Extra heavy £3, medium £2, good handy sorts £1 7s 6d, others 14s to 20, small 5...
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRIC[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
HOW TO HELP TOUR DISTBIC Talk about it -Write about it Buy all you can in it Remember that byasisrtngtradespeople onu help the place along Purchase and asitt yanr LOCAL PAPER for by wo doing you further the best inte rests of the Peninsula Treat atranrers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away gooa impressions Elect good relibshe men to all public . poostions, not because they strata them. selir? for popmuslity, but on account of thir etamina and trustworthiness seep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at. home. The men who have invested in stores. workEhop and other business places are bhudin: up the district, and they should bhe supported and encouraged-eope?ially the Pr.,rrr?
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
Newspaper Law. L Subscriters who do not give expres noti^s to the contrary are considered as wishing to CoNvsNzT their su beecrptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the publisher mny continue to rend them until. Asaas are paid., - . If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are ]iESPONSIBLU until they hare sett'ed their bills, and ord~rcd the poeriodeal :o be discontinued, 4. If subr:nbers remove to other places without info-ming the publishers, and the papers are sent to -their former direction, the subsrribers are responsible. 5, Ifsuanbsribers pay in rdrance for a periodical, they - are bound to give Inorzca to the publisher, at the end of the tine, that they do not wish to con tinoetaking it otherwiso the poblisher is sathorised to send on, and the subreri. ber sill be responsible unless an express rote, and payment of arrears.
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
CARiUM. SThe local footballers met Chelten ham on Saturday in connection with the Federal Association. The match was played at Cheltenh-m, and after a moet friendly game 'aswodn easily by Cheltenhbm, who scored 119.,to 3-12. There was a god aitedance. F. Andrews kicked four goals for Cheltenham. Lawler and Grainger played best for the winners, as did A. Andrews, S. and 0. E. Moorehead, Graham, Stewart, and R. Forsyth for the losers. Noin is admittedly the best umpiro in the Federal Compa!i tion. His decisions in the match were almost without faul .
Spat in His Face. TO SHOW DISGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
Spat in His Face. TO SHOW DISGUST. At the Frankston court o Monday before Messrs V. Tanner, P M., an, S. Sherlock, J.P., John Charles Gar rood, photographeri Frankston charged Robert Hess, an hotel em ployec, with unlawful assault. The defendrint. pleado I guilty under great proiscation. Complainant deposed that on Satur day, 3rd inst, he was sitting at break tjst when defendant cama 'ito the room. He (witness) sail. "Goo mornine Robert." I-tess replied, ans said, "Did you spill somsn. kerosoane o, the floor last night." Witness an swerod. "Yes, by accidnt-, as the tin was too full." 'Why didn't you cleat it up,' defendant asked. Wi'ne_ reptfr Whate ar you-·aerm;for Standu, defendant said, 'Not to wait on you If Ihad scrubbed that floor I would punch your blooming nose.' Witnes answered, 'You're -like a ,lot more fellows that have been here. If 'yeu started, you'd only. comen off secont. best.' Hess then sail, (snapping his fingers), 'You're Nicksy here, and that's what I thihk of y...
The Rainfall. FOR MAY. AT MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
The Rainfall. FOR MAY. AT-MOOROODUC. Mr Alfred E. Bates. ."Pine Hill," re ports the following rainfall at Mooroodua for the month of May- th ... ... 48 points 19th .... ,j4 21st .. . .. 14 22nd .. .. . ... 41 4 23rd .. . 64' . :4 26th...... ... 8.i..'i 27th ... .... 46: 28th ... , , 29th Total ..; ... 4.42in. January .;. ... 51 pointy. February ... 2.91 March .. ".. ... 6.47 . April ... ... . .71 ., May ... . , ... 4.4 , Total for the year 15.2 ,Mr James Westley, as executor of the late Mlr Charles Wright, has for warded to the undermentioned charities, -as beneficiaries, under the will of deceased, the followingr amounts: - Half-yearly amounts : Melbourne Hospital; £68 9d; Alfred Hospital, £53 10s 5d; Homwoltathie Hospital, £19. Poor Boxes-South Melbourne City Court, £4 15s 4d Melbourne City Court, £1 15s 4d; Collingwood Court, £4 15s 4d; Fitz roy Court, £1 15s 4d; Poor of Morn ington, £14 15s 8d. Quarterly in stalments: Melbourne Benevolent Asylum, Childrens' Hospital, Austin Hosp...
BITTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911
BITTERN. It is with extreme regret that we record th5 death of ono.-of the oldest pioneers of the Peninsula, in the per, son of Mr Lawrence White. The sad event took place at his late residence, Bittern, on Monday morning, 29th May, at the age of 79 years, after a long illness. The late Mr White was born is Danning, Country Clair, Ire land,'and was a first cousin to Rev. Dean White. He stayed 12 months in Williamstown, and then came to this district, where he resided nearly ever since, he being at one time licen see of the Long Beach Hotel. The cof fin, which was covered with handsome emblens sent by sympathising friends, was carried on the shoulders of his three sops and nephew to the mortuary chapel, where services for the dead were read. Afterwards the remains were removed to the Melbourne Gene ral Cemetery, where he was laid to I rest with his beloved wife- He leaves a family of three sons and daughter. in-law to mourn their sad loss. The ifuneral arrangements were in the hands ...