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Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of first named club. June 24 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of firstnamed club. June 24 Frannkston v. Mornington Hastings v. Balnarring Somerville a byes July 1 Somerville v Hastings Balnarring v. Frankston Morninton bye July 8 Frankston v. Semerville" Mornington v. Balnarring Hastings a bye TMIRD ROUND. July 15 Somerville v. Mornington Balnarring v. Hastings Frankston a bye July ZZ Mronington v. Balnarring Fraukston v. Somerville Hastings a bye July 29 Balonrring v. Frannknto Mornington v. Hastings Somervillo a bye August 5 Frankston v. Mornington Somerville v. Hastings Balnarring a bye. August 12 Hastings v, Frankston Balnarring v. Somerville Morningtr n a bye
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
SO.MERVILLE. There was a very large gathering of parents and friends at the Somerville State school on Wednesday afternoon last, when the children, under Mr Reed, rendered a programme of patriotic songs and recitations. The children acquitted themselves in a first class manner. After the programme had been ren dered, Mrs Geo. Shepherd gave a nuamber of items on the gramaphone. Dr Griffith then adldressed the child ren on the Coronation, and on the affairs of the British Empire generally. The learned gentleman's discourse, however, was slightly above the young people's heads. Cr Chat Murray made a more prac tical appeal'to the children: in the presentation of a parcel of gilt meda' given by the shire council in com memoration of the occasion.: The ladies present had a busy, time in pinning these and the medals. pre iented by the Education Department on to the children. AMr Jos. Unthank sent along lollies for all, for which the children cheered him. The singing of "God Savo the King" ...
Bravery's Reward. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
"Bravery's Reward. It will be remembered that a gallant rescue was made by a party, from Frankston-Moessrs E. McComb, Wi Gregory, E. Burton, Middleton and Constab e - Stephenson-nearly .two years ago, when a Mr. and Mrs Nicholls, with a couple bof chi'dren, were blown out. to sea in an open'.boat, and ultimately saved by the :bravery of those named, who went out in Mr McCouab's boat in a very severe gale, and brought the distressed and, help less ones safely to land. The facts were brought under the notice of the Royal Huma.ne Society. The follow ing letter, received- by Cr Ritchie, shows that'the prompt action of the gentlemen named has been recognised by the Society. The letter is as fol lows :-Mr T."Ritehie, Dear Sir,-I have just received a letter from the secretary of the RoyaLHumane Society to say that at a meeting of the direc tors hold on 15th inst, it was decided to grant the Society's award to . Mr McComb and also td the crew who ac coinpatied him on the-day they rescued th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
AUSTR11AN MEkT gATERS. Australians are such heavy meat eaters that we are fast becoming a nation of dyspeptics, and it is telling 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 hesitato to get a box of Chamberlain'" Tablets at once. They are a positive cure for this complaint. cold t!y all store. keepers. A good cure and a quick cure, And a cure that's cheap beside; A safe cure and a sure sure, And a cure that workainside. A nice cure and a sweet cure, One that works so speedily; Wood: Peppermint Cure for nasty coughs Is the only cnre for me. NURSE CRAWFORD, ST. PANCRAS, Melbourne Road, - Frankston.-- RMIEUMATIC EAINS RELIEVEDI "I have been a groat sufferer from Theu matism," writes Mrs ;.ane Pierce, 1340 Sturt-st., Ballarat, Vie. 'The excruciat. ing pains have caused me hours of misery, I thought I would never geot relief, but the fi t bott'e of Chamberlain's Pa'n Balm showed me it was possibleO...
To the Editor of "The Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
To the Editor of "The Standard." Sir,-In reply to the letter in last week's issue of the "Standard," signed J. B. Jolly, I beg to say the remark Mr Jolly made about gather ing information whilst at "lastings ru. -moi?,,uanealledr. .£or.~.rankstop olub has delegates, as wvell as the other clubs, and, of course, we all know, that they would not be likely to give Mr Jolly any information. Considering the rivalry that exists between Hastings and Frankston, it seems hardly probable that Hastings would supply Mr Jolly with any in formation he might wish to gather about delegate meetings, etc. I. have always understood that Mr Jolly was a true "cport," butI fail to see any thing sportsmanlike in trying to causeo ill feeling betw'on other clubs, as such a remank woud mosr likely do. As a Hasting's delegate I think that such an insiauation should he contradicted. Yours, etc., J. WILSON. Hastings, 1i) 6 j '11.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
That popular annual event, the annual M.U.I.O.O.F. hall at Franuston, has been ixed for July 12th. The Australian Women's National League, at Somerville, is-growing into a strong body. Mrs Gen. Shepherd is Presi dent, Mrs BIaker and Mrs J. Grant vice presidents, Mrs Taylor secretary, and Mrs Day treasurer. The ladies' social committee, at Somer ville, were entertained by their previous guests, at a return social, last Wednesday week, in the Msechanics' Hall. There was a very large gatheing, there being hardly room- for danciug. The music was extra good, and tasty refreshments were handed rounid at midnight, after which dancing was resumed. A successful sale of gifts was held in the Frankston Methodist School room on Saturday afternoon and evening last, organised and arranged by the local branch of the Christian Endeavor Society The fund, were in aid of mission work Mrs Loowe pcrformod the opening cere mony, andtho various stall-holders work ed with a will in disposing of as.mary
ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
ROSEBUD. A plnn and fancy dress ball was hold in the local hall on Friday last, an;d althogh the elements were very much against people venturing our side, there was a fair attendance, Sorrento, Rye, Boneo and Dromana being represented. Dancing started at 9 o'clock and continued till three in the morning. Refreshments were served at 12 o'clock, and then a rote was taken for tke best ladies' and gent's costumes in the room, which resulted in the honours bt ing carried off by Mr and Mrs A. Griflith, of Dromana. Mr G. Cairns made a neat little spech an:l then read out the number of votes for each cortueme. The prizes were handed to the winners by fMr G. Jamieson. The trophics were a pair of china rvaes for the lady and a silver handled hlaving brush for the gentleman. The best c stumes were: -Mrs A. Griftith, Marguerite ; Miss M. Jamieson, Ivy ; Mi-a B. Cairns, Good Luck; Miss L. Cairns, Oranges and IAmons ; Miss L. McLear, King's Cider; Mrs McDonald, Shamrock; Miss De Mamiell, Queen o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
Notice. amUSFIELD PAsK, MOsIINGTON. \TEITHER TRAPPING nor RAB Li BITING in any form is allowed on above Es.tate without permission Persons so oftenling will be treated as Tre --sers CIARLES W. CAMPBELL. * The Corner Store." I E?abti-hcd 7S7. RITCIIIES BUILDINGS, COrner Bay a:.d Piane Streets, FIANKSTON. M. R. DEANE EC--l:1 S;::sjcz7r Winr ara Sta:esy. - e . ?fst i'cr:Lht, We keep a Good Assorted Stock. and solicit a share of the trade vi :iTown and Sm-r?sandin District ART CLASSES. Mrs Gordon Garrett, -TEACHER OF DRAWINC & PAINTINC jW ILL visit FRAXKSTON every Tues day, at an early dae., (Intending Pupils please communicate 1t5i 1ICTOI:I PI.3RiDE FITZROY TERMS-In Advance-£1. Is per Quarter DJ EDELSTEN, Optician; will be in attendance at Tait's Pharmacy MIORNINGTON. on the FIRST MON DAY in each month; and FRANK STON? the LAST TUESDAY in each month. Ile also attends Patients at their homes if required. Old and im pecunious persons can hace their eyes tested and glasses provide...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
-LOCG L AND 'CENERAL. We are glad to learn that Cr G. Griffeth is well enough to be home again. and is making progress towards complete recovery. The Moreinigton shire conecil debated £t 10s to the. coronation celebrations at Mornington, and 10s to Mt. Eliza. Close on £25 was collected at Mornington for the coronation celebrations. Report next issue. On Wednesday, the 7th inst, at, Hel Wr Q.-4s ai.tLg was vyery3 q celebrated between son, of 'Tanti- Park,' Mornington, -and Mi.s Rosa Harriet Sayer. 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 Moorooduec with a frontage of 264 feet to the .Boundary road by a depth of 330 feet. A lengthy and interesting in memoriam reference to the late UMr Richard Shotten, whose death occurred at Mornington on June 14th, will appear in our next issue. Several other items have been received too late for this issue. Residents of Frankston and district are referred...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
NOTES. Further donations of £l 1 and 10s Gd respectively are acknowledged from Messrs H. Masterton and W. B. Cun nigbam by the seeretary of the Frank ston football club. 'Mr G. Harrison, hon. sec. Morn ington Ramblers Football Club, wishes to acknowledge with thanks £1 from Mr Edwick and 5c from Mr Kyets to the funds of the above club.
TYABB v. FRANKSTON ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
TYABB v. FRANKSTON ROVERS. This game was.played last week on the ground of the former, and the latter, having taken the field short handed, had to choose substitutes from bhe 'small fry' barrackers. Although these boys could not be " expected to put in much work, they did their best, and at time; th-ir presence was rather embarre.ing to their opponents. At the bounce the locals rushed matters and very soon had a goal to their cre dit and maintained their supremeey throughout the first quarter, which ended with the scores thus, lyabb 5.6, Frankston 0-2. With the wind in the second quarter the visitors fared much bietter, as they scored 5-2, to Tyabb's 31. The locals seemed to re!y a lot on the assist'anos of the wind, for they played rather loosely in the third quarter, the p'aced men leav ing their places a lot, with the - result that the best work was done by the ruck. The resulls for this quarter were, Ty.bb 4 6, Frankston nil. With the fi,.al change of ends the visitors put in go...
A JUNIOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
A JUNIOR MATCH. Somerville juniors journeyed to Hastings with a strong team last Saturday, to try conclusions with the local juniors. After a keen game the locals won by 7 goals 8 behinds to 4 goals 8 behinds. The matck was played in a friendly spirit, bumps being given and taken on both sides. The best players for the winners were F. Boulter roving and forward, skipper Bill Jack, Bill Cusworth, Cocky Jack (following).. Lewis placed a dashing game all through, while N. Ilodgins stood out promently centre and roving, but he seemed inclined to lay on the ball ton much. Bryant iros. played well, as also did A. Robinson, who Licked 3 goals. Hastings lost the ser vices of their clever rover (Steve In cigneri) he beinogdisabled in the first quarter. Tam Thornell did sterling work fir Somerville; Gregory Bros, H. Westerway, A. Meldrum and Ted Fraser worked hard to avert defeat. After the match the visitors were entertained at tea at Latchford's Hotel P. Twyford, on behalf of the Somerville...
FOOTBALLERS' ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
FOOTBALLERS' ADVENTURES. The Somerville football team journ eyed to Balnariting on Saturday and suffered d feat, and after having tea at, the Balntrring store. they left for honme. One of the waggons took the wrong road and went on to Sandy Point. Having discovered their mis take, the party thought they were on the Stumpy Gully road, and kept going till they reached the Naval Base. One or two were searching for the "Ba.ios'" and others looking for the Southern Cross and the North Pole, while others were climbing gum trees looking for the lihlts in the City. Having to return bock, they had to call in at afarmer's place arnd ask the way Lack to the "Codlin moth land," as they were lost in the Kangaroos' couutry. They arrived home safely eventually.
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION HASTINGS v. MORNINGTON. A CLOSE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASS )COIATION IIASTISGS v. MIORNINGTON. A CLOSE GAME. The pri cipal m teh on Saturday last in the a'ove association was that between Hastings and Mornington, on the latter's gnround, which, though !soppy in places, was in a very fair order. 3lortfn:ton had a good eight een. inc'.ding W. Ci)desdale, of S ,r rent,. whi.n first game it was with th- Ptint club. Hastings were slow isn gtting re.dy f.r plhy, and when the 1..ll wr L.uarced it was well on to four o'c'ock. This late starting is becoming a srnri us nmatter, aid nerds to be remndie', as it is not fair to play r oar s;,cta-crs that the gnrme tscuc',d Ie fin:i.hed in sermi-darknes-, M1ornir g~n were expected to pat upr a reelI fi;ht acainst the blue and w-iec-, l:any thinking they would win, a' d al hough they kept Hastings goirg. the visitors won by 7 points. Contrary to expectations, Mornirgton w-e:eslowest 'o get going, and IHast ing con;met ~ed to attack directly the hall was l?mnced. Mornington, how ever...
Victorian Fruit Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911
Victorian Fruit Market. • --._..--_ Further repo:ts on the ?hipments of Vict,riar fruit for the year have been for''ardrred wr the Aahn 1,,,tt .. I,.. The report of Inspector Dawes re-pect-. ing the shipments by the Suffolk aL.d the Moldavia states that the fruit was sold in Convent Garden on 5th, 8.h, 9th, 10th and 11th May, and that the applies were in good condition and of fine color, bringing better prices than those soil in the previous week. The following are the highest and the averrge pi ices : Apples : Newtown Pippin, 13s Gd, Uls Gd; Jonathan, 13s 6il, 10s Gd ; Munroe's Favorite, 12s, 10s; 8turner, 10s 6d1, 10.; N.Y. Pipping, ]i Gd, i1s; Esopus Spitzenbcrg, 15i Gd, 9s Od; Dunn's Seedling, 10s, 9s 9dl; Five C'rown Pippin, 11s, 9s 6d ; Lon. don Pippin,, 10s Gi, 9s 6d ; Rymer, 10s Gl, 9s 61; Rome Beauty, 11s, Os 3d ; Adam's "Per'main, 10s, 9s ; Alfristor, Os Gd, Oit 3id; Ann Eliza. beth, lIt, Os ; Scarlet Nonpariel, Os Gd' 9s; Reinette de Canada. Os Gd, Ss 9d. Pears-Winter Col...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 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, October 1, November 15