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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL The Executive Council passed an order on Monday for the observance of a weekly helf.holiday on Thursda)s, in the Centre Riding of the Shire of Flinders anud Kangerong. As per adverliseme ifnspecial corona tion services will be be held at St. Paul's Church of England, Frankston, on Sun day next. At the morning service Miss Nellie HIoban will render the anthem. At the Tanti sale yards on Monday, July 3rd, the Mornington butter factory buildings will be offered for sale, also two acres of land at Mooroodue with a frontage of'264 feet to the Boundary road by a depth of 330 feet. It is years since so much water has flooded the flats along the line between Frankston and Carrum. From the train the large sheet of water was a pretty sight, in places the fences being almost covered. At Frankston 324 points have fallen since!the beginning of June. There is a movement with regard to good building sites at MIornington; within a fortnight Mr J. G. Barrett has sold three of his c...
Football Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
Football Correspondence. To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-T gathered whilstjt Hastings on Situ,.d.-y last some phrases used by the President when alluding to my case re my playing with the Frankston team. I had no desire to enter in'o . cenrtroversy myself, and decided to leave same to the public, but when I learned that the President has made such extraordinary remarks, I could not'refrain from replying to them. I am told Mr McArthur said I was a tin god in Frankston, but evidently was only a baby that had not left my mother's apron strings, seeing that I wished to, and returned, each week-end to lrankston and my parents. In response thereto I desire to say that during the last 10 years I have been travelling throughout this State and Tasmania, and have never been away from Frankston for more than a month at a stretch, and almost every week end return to my home at Frankston, and there resides two ni hta of each week, and at many time, three. I say in reply to tr McArthur that...
Sorrento Branch A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
Sorrento Branch A.N.A. The half yearly election of omcers resulted as follows:-President, Mr -i. Wooster; vice-president, Mr H. Watts; treasurer, Mr A. Cooper. committee, Messrs - W. A. Trenwith; S. Sullivan, W. Clydesdale, and W. Newton; auditors, Messrs Rawlings and Keys; press correspondent, Mr D. Macfarlan; secretary, Mr C. H. Morgan; assistant secretary, Mr W. Sutton. Woods, Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. 1s Gd
THE RAILWAYS. FRANKSTON SERVICE COMPLAINED OF. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
TIHE RAILWAYS. FRANKSTON SERVICE COM PLAINED OF. Very bitter have been complaints relative to the inadequacy of trains on the Frankston line during the winter. Representations hIye frequently been made to the authorities to remedy the evil, but so far without success. The following letters have appeared in a dai y .contemporary : Sir, - Like " Frankston' in the "Argus" of a recent date, I 'cannot understand how we cannot get a better train service. Both Car runm and Frankston are going ahead, but prospective residents are too often daunted by the thought that, though Prankston is but twenty six miles from Melboune, they have ai most inadequate service If some moter company could see their way to run a line of taxis or motors between Frankston and Mordi r.1oc,.1 am sure they" would esoon'-.be recouped for their out ay. Yours, etc., F. W. MJTCHELLSON. Kars street, Frankston. Sir,-.I agree with "Frankston' re garding tlhe t'ain service at night on the Frankston line. It is high time we...
TELEPHONES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
TELEPH ONES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-I would suggest that you pub lish in your paper a list of the subscri bers with their addresses and numbers to the Frankston and Morniugton exchanges, also Droma;a and Sorrento. This will be of service right throughout the Peninsula, as many people will use 'phones from Government offices to subscribers and save many cold, and probably wet and useless journeys this weather. As Frankston, Mornington and probably others are having new members attached to thoso exchanges they will not be in the book for some time yet. Perhaps, monthly, you might add any new names in your paper so that subscribers may add them to their lists.-Yours, etc., CHARLES W. CAMPBELL [We will procure a list as far as. possible, and publish sanme in our next itsue.-ED. S.]
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
OUR LETTER BOX. -- - (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres po'ndents.) STO TIE EDITOR. Sir,-On the evening of Thursday, the 11th inst., an old resident of Morn ingtop, observilg an influx of strangers to the town, set himse:f to find out the business which attracted these serious and mysterious characters He regrets, however, thait his intentions were utterly frtistrsted-in fact, fearfully fhustrated, as, upon seeking admission to their place of meeting, lie found himielf face to face with a weapon, bespeaking such violence as I am sure your readers would greatly deplore. From this out he stood at a distance in the hopes of being able to define the purpose of so austere an assneub!age. The utmost he could see, however, was that this mysterious assemblage did, at a late hourof the day, adjourn to1 house en ?e Esplanade, where, duriin thorday, ho had 6berived it dirove 'r poultry, p;gs and bottles march., From thence emanated such dread and aw...
Presentation at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
Presentation at Frankston On Mfonday evening last a large gathering of the Frankston Metho dist congregation and friends met in the Sunday school for the purpose of showing their appreciation of the services of Miss Olive Sherlock. who has been organist for both church and Sunday school for the past seven years. sMiss Sherlock has always given her services gratuitously. She was also of great assistance to ,he choir, besides training the children f,,r the anniversary services. The Rev. J. Lowe, on behalf of the donors, made the presentation, and expressed his appreciation of Miss Sherlock's services. No one knew, he said, more than the preacher what a help a cap able organist was. On behalf of the congregation, AMr Hill also paid high tribute to Miss Sherlock. Mr Prosser spoke on behalf of the choir, and IMr F. Renouf, on behalf of the Sunday schcol thanked her for her past ser vices as organist and teacher. Mr Bert Sherlock thanked all on behalf of his sister for their very nice gif...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
OUR LETTER BOX.' (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) FOOTBALL. TO TH' EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-Having from time to time noted the doings of the management, of the Mornington Peninsula Football Association from the reports chron icled in your paper, I cannot refrain from protesting against the actions of the bhoard of managment, and I ven ture to say unless same are remedied and carried on in a businesslike man. nor, true sports and supporters in the various towns will cry enough. I have noted that. during the previous fort night an umpire has failed to put in an app3arance on two occasions, and yet no meeting of delegates has so far been held to'deal with this important matter and other busie.ess. I learn with pleasure that one of the best players in the Peninsula has decided to throw in his lot with Fraukston on acco.nt of the harsh treatment given to the Frankston cluh in herring Jolly, who has resided in Ibrankelon since ...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
TYABB. WVhen the Railway Commissioners passed through here on their annual tour some time back, they were met by. a deputation which placed before them the reasons why the local station should have a master of its own, and they promised to look into the matter. A few weeks ago, one of the deputation received a notice that the request had been favorably considered, and that a station master would eshrtly be ap pointed. On Saturday last, the cot - trol of the station was handed to a porter-in-charge, who is under the supervision of the master of a neigh boring station, and although the presence of a man will be- highly satisfactory for checking the loading of fruit and trees, we are litrtle or no. thing better off than we were before his advent, but the residents may, by sticking togother and dorng as much business as possible at this station, prove conc'usively that it is entitled to, and will have, a man who will be allowed to do his work independently of another. As will be seen pe...
LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PRO' ECTIED INVICTORIA. Undrr the 8 cr nd and Third Schtdules of the Game Act 1890. THE WHOLE ToEA. - All Australian Fauna (with the exception of Snakes) in the National Parks and Public Gardens, Acanthizeo or Tits. Babblers, Bears (see Native Bears), Bee-eaters, Black Cocka. tces, Black Swans, Black-tar'ed or Rock Pebbler Parrots, lircng-winged and other wild pigeone, Bustard or Wild Turkey, Californian Quall, Caterpillar-catl'ers, Chatas (see Ephthianuras), Coach-.whip Birds, Cockatoos, black, Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, such as Herons, Egrets, Ac. (except the Native.Companion or Aus tralian Crane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo shrikes, Curlews (see Southern Stone Plover, &e.), Deer. Doves, Java Turtle. Doves Wild, Egrets (sre Cranes, &c.), Emus, Ephthinu urns or Chats, Fan-tails, Fly-catchers, Frogmouth or Podargus and lopokes, Graucalus Family, all members of, llernns (see Cranes), Ibis, Java 'uutle Doves Kangaroos, Black.-faced or lia lee (...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. HASTINGS. MATCH IN THE MUD. EXCITING GAME WON BY FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
FOOTBALL.' PENINSULA ' ASSOCIATION; FRANKSTON v. HkASTINGS. MATCH IN THE MUD. EXCITING GAME WON- BY FRANKSTON. -For the second time this season the great rival footb:dl teams of the 'Pen insula, Hastings and'Fraokston, met on the Hastings grouid on Saturday last. After the heavy rain during the week the ground was a regular quag mire, large pools of wa-er lying in several places, the lower end being the worst. Rain fell heavily during the match, and, with the co d wind blow ing, the players had altogether a bad time in the wet. An exceptionally large attendance braved the elements to see the match, the Frankston club having chartered a special train, by which over 100 travelled. Both teams had hardly their best eighteens afield, and as \Vi'so (Hast ings' captain) aid Baxter (Fiank s-on)'led their mudlirks on to the field the payers were enthusiastical y cheered, and they deserved It. Bast ings were the favorites, being recog nised as unbeatable on their own -ground, and the heavy go...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
DBATH THRIOUGH DISEASED TEETH. A DENTIST'S ADVICE. 3Many allw s.t.-ed rd st mpas and n ten-down teeth to rm u n in tLe month. They fear to visit the me'er.n der.t st, con sqo-entl. thee d:o.ae?l te?th cut the toingie,u.,n. trs- which forms an ulcer, which ltquntly der-l. p into a -:gdant can-er of t: e ton*u. f:ewn rk. atle-t is so. yet it cont?neou to thow it e.f uanowtngly in the mouth. After. ward ou o, su t physician. and to pro loE rear I fe he ?remotve the tongue. TIhen i.:cnseience, with slow starvation, and ?.metimes .-~.oth occurs. Thi= torture -ad sofferint is the out, ome"' f neglect. That .hould not srcur if you cor salt the "'ce' det?it in time. IlHeuteds are sLa.iri sa t,.icit tos-:hache, with sle-p. sis nights, ard improperly 'chew' their fad, c ua:cg irnirette·n. Why suffer when I gusrant.-e to s emove the most difS cut and hurrld stumps, and brsken-down teeth witlcut the t-rrible wrench, and teeth ers-hed and left i tby other udentits, absolutely painless ? BEAUIFUL...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
TO TlHE EDITOR. Sir,-I note Jolly, of Frankston,. played as a substitute for Balnarring. Local rumor has it that his permit was refused to block him from running in tie local Football Handicaps and Footballers' Championship, so by play ing with Balnariing Jolly is now eligible to run on New Year's Day at Frankston, and have a chance of meet ing all local footballers in the spiked shoes. Surely now he will be allowed to wear the red and black uniform, in which he learned to play the game. Yours, etc., FRANKSTONITE. Main street, Frankston, 15/6,'11. [No further correspondence on this sub ject under nom-de-plume., will be pub. lished.-ED. S.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Ferr.y, Ireland, now oi "Cydebank." MORNINCTON, - M?OUSCES that he is prepared to A encte acll eiidb of- e '''* ij'AfrB nCtW ir'd JEWBEI.Ritir EEPAIR. Orders can be left with Mr I. Annear, rcer, Mornirrte= ; Mr Rudduck, Uro man?a Messrs Snnn and lons, Somer ile; oralt Cly.l ank." D:.-,:mA lold. Wrateresidences isited by appointment. Carrier. Messrs Cairns and Willims, pe * Clydebank daily, and will deliver aders entrusted to them. stimates riven for repairs, if desired. &efore proceedin? with them. 2M J. MILLARD, ARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Pa-cel! l -Il.ues !~r.-a elv a-d proml.tly eli:ivere.L ..ne , VWa ..i 'c;ai fir hire. 1ri'cT; reu.-Ja.tI i Letters rmd Taele"ams prompt'y -,ttende.l t-. - A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay:stret, Frankston, Famnlies WAited ..n for 0 Jer ......... Prime 3S15 t 0 iy K-r'. ..........-.. SmaO Goo'.s of Every LD.s :iition Fresh D.i'v. Tides aid Sk3rn- B.niht...............
Mornington Shire Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
Mornington Shire Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 8. ;The usual meeting of the above council was held at the Shire Hall, Mornington, on Thursday, 8th inst. Present - Crs Flood (President,) Nunn, Alston, Stephens, Barrett, Lobb and Grover. Cr Grover apologised for the absence of Crsl Male and Brad ford. CORRE;POND-NCE. -From J. Hailes, stating that he did' not think 165 per day sufficient pay for a man end two horses when rolling roads with shire roller--It was de cided on the motion of Crs Grover and Barrett that the. wages be raised to 16s per day of eight hours for man and two horses. J. Livingstone, drawing attention to the had state of the road near his property.-(Cr Nunn moved, and Cr Stephen seconded, that the dayman be instructed to fill up the ruts at the place complained of.-Carried. Young Bros., stating that they had completed their contract on the Esplanade, and asking for an exten sibn of time for contract on the Somer ville road, owing to wet weather, and not being able to obtai...
MORNINGTON JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
MORNINGTON JUNCTION The monthly meeting of the local Progress- Association was held at Mr McCallum's resi dence on the 7th inst., the president (Mr Harley) occupying the chair. A sufficient amount of money has been donated to purchase the land .for a hallUite, and-it-waa· decided to proceed with the purchase, Messrs McCallum, McArthur and Barrett being elected trustees. A letter was received from the Frank ston and aIstings Shire council, granting the use of ten acres of Baxter's Flat for a recreation re serve. The first committee meeting of the local State school wts held on Monday, 12th inst., when the fol lowing were elected office-bearers Chairman, Mr Stott; correspon denit, Mr Harley; treasurer, Mr Grant. Coronation Day is to be cele brated by a combined picnic of the Langwarrin and Mornington Junc tion sclhoo's on the camp reserve. A varied sports programme is being arranged, and every effort will be made to give the children an enjoy able holiday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
IIER OBJECTION TO IT. "The only objection I have to Chamber lain's (ough Remedy is that the children are alwa?J acking for it," writes Mrs J S. Phillise. of Rockwell St.. Sc.uth broken Hill. N.S.W. "My kiddie, have both heen subject to cold- and croup ever snce they were bhorn. My eldest boy was eo had at one time that he wan in bed for a week. In fert, we despaired of his life, but thank. to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy he was soon well again." 8old by all storekeepers AUSTRtLIAN MEAT EATERS. Australians are such heavy meat eatens that we aro fast becoming a nation of dyspoptics, and it is tolllng on the general health of the country. Constipation is the forerunner of this complaint, and if you have any signs of it you should not hesitate to get a box of Chamberlain's Tablets at once. They are a positive cure for this complaint. Sold by all store. keepers. DROMANA STORE. A. A. ClRISTIL, PROPRIETOR Grocers, Drapers. - Iron mongers and Produce Merchants. MILLINERY A SPECIALITY. A Large...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14. Present-Crs Woodhouse (Presi dent), Hodgins, Murray, Cole, Baxter, Oates and Ritchie(apologies were received from Crs Griffith and Perrott). CiRRItEONDIENC E From M. R. Deane, drawing at tention to state of footpath in Playne street, Frankston, from Ritchie's store to the creek. No money had ever been spent on the footpath, though considerable rates had been paid on the properties abutting on the street.-Cr Baxter said the street had been entirely neglected. He moved repairs be carried out.-Carried. A. Jackson, asking for permission to erect a crossing from Melbourne road to a block on which he was building in Frankston.-Request granted.-Cr Ritchie complained that there were no regulations re crossings, which, when permission was granted, should be put in in a proper manne.- The footpaths were cut up and left any way at all.-The Engineer said that action should be taken against those who crossed footpaths wit...
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Somer vil!e Horuicu tural and Fruitgrowers' Association was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Monday night There was a large attendance of members, and Cr Chaa.-urray, vice-president, occupied the chair. He api'ogised for the absence of the" president, Cr Geo. Grifith, who has been laid aside by serious illne-s. After the minutes of the previous meeting It d Leen read and confirmed, the currespoudence was de-le with. Messrs F. II. Brunning wrote re the propaned duty on imported arsenate of ecad. It was decided to refer the matter to the Central Association with a pe'ition, asking that n3 alter saoon be made at present in the mat ter, as it only added further burdens on the frut growera' shoulders. A letter was received from the Central As-ociation, sta'ing that as the fir-t shipment of pears to England had been so successful it had been decided to send three shipmeuts next season. Mr W. H. Shepherd, Central...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 June 1911
NOTES. The secretary of the Somerville club acknowledges the following donations. to the funds:—Mr G. G. Cole andl Dr Griffith, 10s 6d each. Hastings' defeat by Frankston last Saturday was the third on their own ground in the memory of the old brigade of footballers. The blue and whites have all along been considered almost unbeatable at home, and followers of the game thought they would add another victory to their long list. But Frankston rose to the occasion, and played a game that sur- prised and pleased their supporters. Under the nom de plume of "Jim Weasel," a Somerville resident writes under date of June 1st:—Frank- &nbsp; &nbsp; ston Football Club could not play Jolly because he did not sleep four nights a week on the Peninsula. It would be interesting to know how many nights per week C. Sposito (who played for Hastings last Saturday) sleeps on the Peninsula. I know he sleeps in his boat anchored at the French Island every week. Stan. Clarke, of Somerville, ...