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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 — 10 June 1911

OUR LEiIER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves withthe opinions expressed by corres pondents.) ROUGH FOOTBALL. To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-I beg to differ with the stater ments made by 'Fair Play' in youe last issue re the- Hastings-Somervill match. -The impression given by your correspondent's letter is that little short of a free fight took plaeo, which is totally erroneous. As to the game being rough, it was certainly a vigorous match, and Isaw resentment for hard knocks shown on a couple of occasions, but nothing approaching the riot described by 'Fair Play.' Per sonally I think it would be a lot better for. the game if people like 'Fair Play' were to keep their opinions to them selves and not try and stir up trouble between two otherwise friendly clubs. -Yours, etc., SO31ERVILLE FOOTBALLE R.

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An Old-time Cricketer. DEATH OF MR W. RICKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

An Old-time Cricketer. DEATH OF MR W. RICKIMAN. After a long residence in Frankston, I extending-over 12 years, Mr Wilfred Rickman, we a, e sorry to state, passed t peacefully away on Tuesday last, at the t age of 55 years. The deceased was born in England, being the son of a very wealthy cotton-spinner in Liverpool, Lancashire. Hle spent the earlier years of his life in the Southern States of America, and for some time was a resident at New Orleans. He came out to Australia some years afterwards, and remained in the colonies until the time of his death. The late M.Rick. man was at one time a leading Eng lish cricketer, and was a member of the Lancashire County team. He was a playerof much ability, and is well known to many of the old-time cricke ters now in lMlbourne. He played for Liverpool against the first Austra lian eleven, which visited the old country in the year 1878, this fact in itself being a great distinction. On coming to Australia he maintained his high-class form, an...

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To-day's Football Fixtures SOME EXCITING CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

To-day's Football Fixtures -4-- SOM.E EXCITING CONTESTS.: 'To-day one of the most exciting m tches likely to be witnessed during. the season will be played at Hastings. between the Hastings and Frankston teams. Frankston are, up to the pro. sent, unbeaten, and have battled throu.h the first round without a de feat, though they have had some very 'tough' battles. Hastings are the next on the list, and that excellent'combina. tion hilve only suffered one defeat so far, and that at the hands of Frank ston. On that occasion, however, the latter had the advantage of being on their own ground, and it is to be seen how the red and blacks will shape away frim hlome. In any case. a close contest is sure to result, and an excit ing game can be confidently antici pated. To cope with the great crowd of supporters desirous of wstnessing the match, the Frankston club hare chrtererd a special train, which will leave at 2 o'clock, picking up passen. gers at intermediate stations. The other match on...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

Death. ON the 29th May, at his residence, Bittern, after a lingering illness,   LAWRENCE WHITE, aged 75 years.-- Melbourne and Home papers please copy. Bereavement Notice. MRS L. MURPHY and FAMILY de-   sire to return THANKS to their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy ; also for letters, telegrams and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. Vhe ~tainbarb. PUJLISHED EVERY BATURDAY MORNING 'Neth.ing 'extenuate, nor set down aughi in malice" Telephone No. O, Franksten. SATURDAY, JUNE 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

Notice to Readers. THERE is no doubt that many evects in the outlying districts are on W'it flurnish us with e details of any ocurrence of public interest for publica tion n Tut STANDARD. ADvprETIS?¢ and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion tn the STANDARD ahould reach the office not later than by -Friiy morning' letter delivery at Fran k ton. ^ " " ! ý 'r `";r.:ra< ~ dltlaew "aL !':fý 1.it1 e! .!liir,< 'e. f~ya71g i. a . ,[, tý iy ;ý'.ý/ ýrfaI`7' iýý .ý, K:. ýý.ýr;a 'r:,f`/yc '/ %1ýG a ZSr t d . ' .1'I ýitýi !i~Sf"'f : .=.'ý ieýý!fyy Cb tI ~'lr i"ýw taý,L 1O,ý1ý f yA LFfj j '/ s/ý ý '":Mr/{:L~ht r fi'tý'%7?o.n+Jr rV{Yý U" ý L% ý '.R~ls.ýi4,'v0/!M .;ifitý«9j~r+ ý 1ýtwl `±11PI ý ýi' ' .llr ,"" w .. f t~r ý...y -DENTIST. MORNINGTON. Mr Fred, S. Parrett, ........ B.D.S.......... . -OF 317 CIIURCII ST., RICHMOND, V TIITS iMornineton MONTHLY and Vmay be consulted at Mrs J. W. Foster's, "Claremont," Main St. Visiting Days SATURD...

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LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

LI'STOF GAME AND NA'g?l1E GAME PROTECtED IN VI(TrORIA. Under the Scroed and Third Fehedule; of the Game Act 1890. 'Lax Wi LE i AL. -- All IuTralian Faunn (with tLe excellion of Snakes) in the Nationall'u al asd publih Gar.en-, M Acanllta.e or TItt'. fabblers, el.r (see hatire heari), L'er-eters, trac Crca. tcres, ckSr :, i t.t eil or Iock Pebtler Ptarrte, Lt;l a wlnel nt d o:her wildpi.eon., I.us:."d or Wild Tn key. Caiforrian QuaJil, Caterpill.-ant Jers, Chats (se kphtlhinusae). Co'ch-.hip Birds, Ccratois, black, ,ane--ll birds known as Ca?ets, such as iHeronr, Egrets, As. ~rex ept t e satve.-Com~ panion or Aus. Fr talian Crans), Cucktow, Cuckoo shlikes, Vi Curlews (see S?uthern :toe P'luer, &-.), lDer. Dte--s. Ja -. Iur:.e. Dore? Wilu, Egrets (.oo Cr..e-, ,&c.), Em , Ephthoan u.-s or Ci.:-, F,.-n-:!-, - ly citcLe;s. H.l Aret-asouts . t'uda.rg stail l.,j.ee, Gr ie.o ram.: . ai mes.b a f, herons - (.,e ct.:-.r. li bs. J.ria lutle Doves aan asos, I' ilc-f isd er 3 lee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

1 Notice..' AMEssFIELD PAtRK, 'OS'InsONGTON.. s EITTII.'R TIRAPPING nor RAB h BI ING in any form is allowed.on alove'Estate witwhout permission Persons so offending will be treated as Tre." "-sers s CHARLES W. CAMPBELL, "Amesfield Park," Mornington A NY STOCK fosnd TRESPASSING S. on abave Property after this date S will be .IMPOUNDED without further r note. C. W. CAMIPBELL. L, R. N. UTBER, I Solicitor, ....F R a N K S TON....... e/n AY be consulted st privateresidence,. .L Iorningitou Rioad or. at.uffice o£ -JNott Mnrarn,'ay tst'eCI. MELBOURNE ADDRESS H. W. Hunt and Utber, Modern Chambers, - 317 Collins-street, _ Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. i . o0bN Adair Sharp, AUCTIQNEER, Farm and Live Stock Salesman. Reilway Statinn, . DANDENONC. Clearing and Auction Sales Conducted throughout.Victoria Farms For. Sale and To Let Wanted Genuine Enq?iriesifrom Buyers Daily Money to Lend in Small orj Largo Sums If you wish to Sell your Property send me full particulars and price, and I wia. us...

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Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, MAY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, MAY 27Tu. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held at Dromana hotel, when the following council lors were present :-Crs Buckley, Davies, Haig, Rudduck, Clark, Marsden, and Terry. In the absence of the president the first-named was voted the chair. FINANCE. The' finance committee- recom mended the payment- of accounts amounting to £140' 15s 3d.-The recommendation was adopted. TENDERS. The works committee recom mended the acceptance of .the fol lowing • tenders : - Maintenance metal, St. Paul's road, Cairi street, and Bowen road-J. Spunner; maintenance metal, Back Beach and Hotham road--W. Morce. CORRESPONDENCE. From J. Edmonds,. offering to purchase wood on road, Rye, front Beach 'to '-Back :road, , between Brown's and Hill's properties.-Cr Clark was in favor of accepting the offer.-Cr Terry was averse to ac ceptance' of the offer, and moved thai tenders he invited.-Carried. J. G. Rawlings, Clerk of Petty Sessions, forwarding amounts o...

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FRANKSTON ROVERS v. TYABB [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

FItANKSTON HOVERS v. TYABB 01 Saturday a very interesting gain' was witnessed at the Frankston oval berween the above-uamed teams. The vi-iters, who were poorly et Fprsennted. only hdl about eleven me I, and lthir ranks ha] to be filled by a-me local playera. After a strenuous Lattle, the game ended in a draw, the score; being 5 ooals 7 behinds each. Mr J. Jlly umpired he nmatch, but the pl yvrs were not very favorable to some of his decisions. This being the first game the newly-formed Rovers club has played this season, a lack of practice was clearly noticed from the manner in whichethe players handled the balL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

SEND A POSTCARD TO-DAY. (If not already a Customer.) w1.1 e will .._..SEND BY RETURN....... Fr. of GCst ..Testing Samples of our Delicimos...-. Teas, Coffees, Cocoas. S Ti-FA.CTLUS G TARANTEED. 30 FLIuDERS STREET, an11 66 EUITETII STREET, MELDOCURNE. -LA CARDj--= I). J. CHARLES WELD, L.K,C.S.I LaLi.. K.&Q.C.P.I.. •' WIYN YEUK," DKOMANA. NURSE CRAWFORD, ST. PANCRAS, Melbourne Road, Frankston. ART CLASSES. -FRA.KSTON Mrs Gordon Garrett, -TEACIIER OF DRAWING & PAINTINC \TTILL vbi. FRANKSTON every Tues V day, at an early date, Irtending Pupils plcase communicate 10 VICTORIt PAeIDE, FITZROY TERMS-In Advance-£1 Is per Quarter Market at Flinders. L WILDING (t!:rough his auctioneer) * will Lo!d pcrifdall sa!es as adver tised of Live Stock, Implements, Furni tore and sundries at his Flinders Sale Yards. -?l[ h".1 Lri7 t 5n Invited. W WILDINfl, Stock and Property Salesman. Etc., Flinders. -DENTIST. MORNINGTON. Mr Fred, 8. Parrett, -.....B.D.E ........ -OF 317 CHURCH ST., RICHM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

W. T. SAC H, WATOCiHIiKER and - - JEWELLER Late Ft'ermr-y, Ire!ar., noi ci ',C:y.e a '." .iORNIdCTON, n SAOUNUil - tlu.t he is prepared tc execae all ki~do of WATCH, CLOCK ?d JEWETLLF.RY S . BEPAI. :. Orders can be left eith air R. Annear, Girocer, M crri- '.r.-; Mr Rludduck, Lro mann; 3Messr;s Nunn nd son, SBomer wille; orat 'ly,. Lau;k." Drmnua- l:aod. e?rlyte residence' viseted byappointment. Carriers. B3esro Cairns end Williams, pass Clydebank" daily, and will deliver .rders entrusted to them. Eetimates irve fir repairs, if desired. oeore 1 ?...ed. wi th them. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER awl CAB PRO PFIlErOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels ano1 Luz.:,r e receiral a:.d premesp?l dreIverte ,"1; see ?l.! Vreh'c!e3 far hire. Letters ond Tee:rs'ns jromoty at?teyr-tel A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-str at, Frankston, FamFl:e WV.;itel rn fr O-ier......... Pime y K ' ........... Seal: 0o,s . i Efr'y -1)L i a :, Free, D.i v. ii I n............... F. tC5 '1A BE LIN, Phrmaceutical &...

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BALNARRING v. MORNINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

BALNARRING v. IORNINGTON As predicted in our last issue the contest between these two terms on Saturday. on the former's ground, was most ev, n and excitine, the result eventually being a win for the home team by three p ints. llornington undertook their long journey with a raher weak teem, but Balnarting also did not have their strongest eighteen. From: the b unce the play was very even, and never at any period did any thing materially separate the scores. The filal resukl was: B3ar.nrring-3 g ala 0 b-hinds (a2 points) . Morningtnn-l goals 8 behinds (21 points.) The following notes on the game are supplied by an eye-witness of the matcTs : A close gamne. The Kangaroos were hard pre-s.-d in the last quarter. win ninr ottly by thre- points. Morningtot were without Sparks, J. Garlick, Wilson and Freeman, and incluaed o e smart junior, G. 1!arri. s n, who, by two goals end general play, satisfied the selection committee that he shontd have been included in the team earlier, and some of...

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FOOT.BALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION SOMERVILLE v. FRANKSTON GAME CONCLUDED IN DARKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

FOOTBALL. PENINSUL& ASSOCIATION SOMERVILLE v. FRANKSTON. GAME CONCLUDED IN DARK NESS. On Saturday the first round of the alove Association was concludeJ. Frankson had previously gone right through without a defeat, .Iet Somer ville were determined to spril their ree- r1. On their own grou d on Saturdly, they almost succeeded, bJt Frank-t--n, as is usua' with them, put in a emarkab'e finish, and just pauled thema'ch "cutof the fire" by three points. The play throughout w.s always on the rough side, owirg 'to the game being so conges:ed, though tb-re was no ill-feeling brought into the game. Franks'on opened play towards the north. al, which was favored by a good wind. Sherlock half-forwarded for Frankston, but Monk reliered on "-free kick, and Hutchinson, taking the mark from him, sent the ball well up. Shannon, marking his kick, sent on to Gregory, who in turn piaseed to B x, and up went first point of the day, a single. Still keeping up the attack, the visitors pressed forw...

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Golden Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 June 1911

Golden Wedding. The 50th anniversary of Mr and Mrs H. Martino'. marriage was cele brated on Tues'lay, May e0th, at the Sresidelnce of Mrs W. Martin, Morning ton, where, despite the inclemency of the Weather, a number' of their friends met to congratulto them upon tihe auspicious occasion. The vener eb'e couple were m:arried ils St.' Paul's Cathenteral, Melbourne,. in 18t1, Safterwards residing at Bacchus Marsh; thence removing to Morniagton, whera they have resided since. It speaks we I for the vitality of thes,. when thiey.opetied the dancing with the first set and finiished quite fresh. Beth parties have passed the allotted span by several years atnd to all appearances they should enjoy many tmire years of each others company. During the evening Mr L D.vey proposed the 1 health of Mr and Mrs Martin, and Mr J. Mlosely the health of their family, 1 both toasts being .most heartily re-. it ceived; Mr W. A. Martin responded a on behalf of his grandparents. The young people tripped the...

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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911

Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston. (Mondays, 10.15)- July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23, November 27. Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) June 27, July-- August 1, Septem ber 5, October 10, November 14. Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -June 29, July-, August 3, Sep tember 7, October 12, November 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -June 28, July-, August 2, Sep 'tember,6,Oatobaerl, aovember46sz

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911

Tennis. A meeting of the committee of the Frankston tennis club was held at Mrs Deano's residence on Friday last. After genergl business, estimates for the construction of a new courts was c:nsiderod and one accepted. It is the intention of'the, committee to commonce the work immediately. A tennis tea will be held at the court on Monday, 26"h -Tune (Pr:nce of Wales Birthday) at which contributions of crockery for club use are especially invited. After the meeting Mrs Deane entertained the committee at supper. The secretaries wish to acknowledge with thanks the following donations: -Mr A. D. Box (president), £2 2s; Air Utbar, 10s 6d; Mir A. Kitson, 5s; Mr'Geoff. Orice, £1.

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A NEW ZEALAND INDORSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911

A NEW ZEALAND INDORSEIEN r. In the home whero there are young children Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is indispensable, as }ou will see by the fol. lowing letter written by Mr Robt. Bow. man, Herekino, N.Z.:-"I have found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be a ce:. tain cure for croup, and the only medicine I could get to cure my children of whoop. lng cough. It enred them of this disease after I had used all sorts and descriptions of other remedies. Bold by all store. keepers.

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MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911

MORNINGTON V..SOMERVILLE. This match was played on Saturday ab Somerville.- The home team wore weak through several of their playets being away. A good tusslein the mud resulted ia M\orniogton winning by 5.2 to 2-6. Bedford umpired. Mornington's best. players were McLear, Campbell, and Wilson, and Somerville: wvre well seivcd by Cole, Lynch, Monk, and Firth.

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To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911

To the EditoJ of "The Standasla ' Sir,-I wi-h, Mr Editor, to protest through your wide.y circulated paper at the unfair manner the business of the Mornington Peninsula Association is conducted. I wish to mention the injustice that is being done to the Frankston Club in debarring their dashing follower, Jim Jolly, from p'ay. ing. I noticed him tit the Hastings match on Satuirdavy lst as a sRectator only. I gathered in conversation from Jolly last Saturday (and I take his statements ns correct, consequently ily protest), that he (Jully) was not given a hearing or asked to attend and ex. plain his case, or even defended as delegates' meetings. I ask is this a fair and British way of doing things I Debarrine a p!ayer of Jolly's standing from playing, simply because he sleeps three in lieu of four nights weekly in Frankston, and without giving hltm a hearing is, I think, a point that should not be tolerated. Tile President by his remarks at delegates' meetings' (and I note, Mr Editor, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911

Government Notices. ELECTORAL REVI IONO COLURT. NOTICE is Lereby given th.t a Revi e, o Court w~il b held at the Court Hon-, at Milouinton,ln Tuesday, the 15th day of July. 1;11, at II a.m, for I the- p -rp. 'Of ut kIt ising 1h tpecist Genereal Lit for et.- L,:islatire Aso-.Ibly of :he State of Victocis, for the MJorn ington Dirjiion of the E!ectoral District . of ilorniu?; o. Dated at Mornington this 9th da of June, 111I. J. IW. .TP'IiEX, Cl:k of the Revision Court. Shire of Flinders and Kangerong TENDEIRS. TENDERS are invited, returnable with the Shire Secretary, at Dro nana, on Saturday, 24th iust, at 10 oclock, for the following works Contract No. 19gI--Supplying _o3 c. yards Metal on Main Beach-road. Contract No. 2zojt - Supplying zoo c yards metal on Boneo road. Contract No. 9 i --Timber Box Culvert at Shoreham. Contract No. :24r - Quarrying 150o c. yards ofSpawls, Buneo road. Contract No. :ll 1-Supply 50 c. yards Metal on Portsea, Back Beach-road. Contract No. 26/ix-Quarrying...

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