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Bathing in the Open. REMEDIAL MEASURES AT MORNINGTON. CHARGES FIXED FOR BATHING BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

Bathing in the Open. REMEDIAL MEASURES AT MORNINGTON. CHARGES FIXED FOR BATHING BOXE-. At the Mornington council meetinz on Thursday, 9th lst., the secretary (Mr Crosbie) reported that the conn cillors as a body had made en inspec tion of the bathing boxes on the fore shore at Mornington, and had decided to condemn nine as being unfit for bathing purposes. It was agreed to recommend that the owners be given notice to remove same; also, that in future all boxes and boatsheds be licensed, and a ch rge made for same. The secretary also submitted specifica tions of the class of bathing box re; quired ; the total cost of a proper box was estimated at about £9. A letter was received at the same meeting from the Department of Lands and Survey, stating they were in re ceipt of complaints that "some of the bathing boxes at Fishermen's Beach had ben erected within 18 inches to _ fee one in front of the other, with --nn Cmar u ervision or numbering, ae about eight of these boxes, and .1 them a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

7 IIý 11 o4 l"1 / ý - -; r ,, . , ý , r ýtý fi ... l oý:4icc'a 'Mý ' ý ...ý yýý 'L pi ~ .. .ý "ý 1 ý `\ ýý 4 ý.A1:'ýii~ji~f+r - -// .. bY /.t'Ar t- "i Iý!~d 1ý'I .,· ... i *M?1'i YI .Ir v srw: 1 r.. N J 1ý ,. William S. Cook; Sollcitor, ?. ......... MORNINGTON,....... MELBOURNE ADDRESS, Prell's Buildings, 60 Queen Street. 'ttends Frankston on Court days; irastings, second Saturday in month. Deomana Counc 1 days, FRANKSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC ......STUDIO....... o IViARK BRODY, Photographer. Groups, Aninml Life, and ............. ............... Post Cards a"Speciality S. Groups, etc., etc. Studio, Bay-st.. 5., ,MERANKSTON. W. LOBB, ESTATE; STOCK, AND- GENERAL AGENT. - MAIN STREET,` ORNNGTON. AosNer JuL ý CoatusbnsusoUexoo Fnis. - Removal Notice. Frankston- ' Bakery:. ,. B. Cunningham. S'BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, AND 'CONFECTIC.sER, ,lTISHES to'inform the residents of ;V : the district that he has removed to new land commodious promises, corner Young and Well Streets, Frankston, and hopes to merit...

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Mornington Shire Council. USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. CARE OF THE TI-TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

Mornington Shire Council. -4- "USUAL 3IMOTHLY MEETING. CARE OF THE TI-TREE. The usual monthly meeting of the above council was he-d on Thursday last, 9th inst, when there were present -Crs Flood (presiden ,) Nunn, Alston, Stephens. Male, Barrett, Grover, and Lobb. An apology from Cr Brad ford, fur absence on account of indis position, was received. CORESIONDEL'CE. From Mary Reid, asking to have thei cliff on the eastern side of Esplanade cleared up, the spot being a favorite one for picnics. Papers and other rubbish were strewn about, and she Enggested that baskets be placed at the spot as receptacles for debris. The writer also asked that the dead trees and branches also be cleared away. Cr Lobb said they could not remove the ti-tree, or they would have the Board of Works down on them. The council, however, should fall in with the idea of placing receptacles to put the rubbish in-Cr Grover said. that at Sorrento Park baskets were placed at various spots in whieh to put the debris. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

obiq Adair Sharp, AUCTIONEER, Farm and Live Stock Salesman. Rail ay Station, R DANDENONC. she Ca-ring tsh Anction Sales Conducted aft tlreosghut Victoria i'asti For Sale and To Let Wanted- y entien Enquiries from Boyers Daily sis clEjr to Lend in Small or Large Sums inn the dE you wish to Sell your Property send neeiull particulars and price, and I will use my very best efforts to find you a i yer or -A TRIAL SOLICITED-- 1 an tic 1TR,01VIANA m S PROPRIETOR. o Grocers, Drapers. Iron mongers and Produce NIerchants. MILLINERY A SPECIALITY. A Large Quantity of Winter Hats to choose from. Ladies' Fitting Coats, Children's Sweaters, and Natural Wool Underwear. ART CLASSES. -FRANKSTO- M1rs Gordon Garrett, -TEACHER OF DRAWING & PAINTINC I-] ILL -visit FRANKSTON every Tues 1 day. at an early date. Intending Pupils please communicate 145 VICTORIA PARADE, FITZROY. TERMS-In Adc nce--.£1 Is per Quarter Mornington High School, TANTI AVENUE, MORNL. GTON, Day and Boarding,SchooL T HE Course...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Fermsy, Ireland, now of "Clydeank." MORNINCTON, A ?NOUICES that he prepared to t execute all kinds of WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELL.EBY REPAIRS. Orders can be left with Mr R. Annear, froser, Mornington; Mr BRdduck, Dro oans; Messrs Nunn and Sons, Somer. rille; or at ' Clydebank," Dramana Road. Priatereadencesvisited byappointment. arriers, Meers Cairns and Williams, pas Clgydebank daily, and will deliver orders entrusted to them. Estimstas giren for repairs, if desired. beore proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Luggare received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicles for hire. Prices resaeoiable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited an for Orders......... .-..- aI.eat Only grpt. SmL Gxotad o Aer]ey- Deaeriptio. Fresh Daily. atides and Skins Bought............... F. G, CIAMBE1I IN, Phrmaceutical &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

A CENTRAL OTAGO TRAVELLER. "For the last twenty years I have been travelling the Central Otago Gold Fields," writes Mr George Mitchell, who represents SMeosrs MacKerras and Hazlett, of Dune din, N.Z. "Invariably every year I have been seized with an attack of what is known here as the "Gold Fields' Colic.' I have always used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcos Remedy and after one or two doses the trouble had disap. peared. I recommend it most strongly te those who suffer from this serious com. plaint." Sold by all storekeepers. HEADACHES, Like many other human ailments, have been wrongly diagnosed and altogether 2 misunderstood. The headache itself is not the thing to treat, for the reason that it is simply a symptom and is wholly depen dent on the action of other organs. Not infrequently the direct cause of headache is an inactive liver. If you are troubled much with headaches, then try Chamber. lain's Tablets, the reliable, tried and true liver medicine that sets that orga...

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MORNINGTON JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 March 1911

MORNINGTON JUNCTION Harvest thanksgiving services were held in the Mornington Junction Presbyterian Church. The display was a fair offering of the fruits of the season. Large congregations attended. the church being packed to the doors. The occasional sermon was preached by the Rev Mr Kelly, who gave a very able discourse on Nature in its relation to Christianity. The choir seats were filled, and Mrs Hlerndale rendered a welcome addition in a solo, 'Sowing the seed.' The fruit and produce was forwarded to the Neglected Children's Home.

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Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Make Your District Known Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the areaof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent place?. Will some man or woman take the mat. ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dis. trict, will YOU try on the INES ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, con: certs, matters touching theindustlies, etc. Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, but letcriticism alone

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THE REFERENDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

?ThE REFERENDA. We have been requested to state exactly what the proposals are, upon which blectors are to vote at the coming referenda poll. We herewith do so as concisely as possible. They are contained in two bills, one the Constitution Alteration (Legislative Powers) the other the Constitution Alteration (Mfonopolies), by which the following amendments are proposed. (The" words proposed to he omitted from the Constitu tion ARE UNDsRLINED, and the words. pro posed to be inserted printed in ITnALcS. - LEGISLATIVE POWERS. r. From setLion 5r,' which is in these terms: - The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make laws for the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth with respect to (s) Trade and commerce with other countries and among the States. It Is proposed to omit the words underlined, so as to give the national Parliament powers to deal generally with trade and commerce. 2. Next it is proposed to repeal sub section XX, of s.- 51, which is...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

TYABB. Thd concert and dance held here on Friday, 17th inst., was not the success the occasion deserved As mentioned previously, comp'aints had been rife about the poor lighting of the hall, and although the new system was availed of for the first time, and gave every satisfaction, the audience was only moderate. In passing it would be as well to mention that, instead of the miserable kerosene lamps on the walls, there is now one large lamp with a double jet equal to 1,000 candle power, also a single one over the stage and another in the anteroom, each of 500 c.p. This light is called the 'Gloria," and gave much satisfaction. The musical programme was a very good one, and every item was we I re ceived, particularly those of Mr Arthur Glynn and Miss Dunoon (Mrs Glynn). These artists are high up in their branch of the profession, and were de servedly encored again and again. Miss Taylor was accompanist through out the concert, and the shire president (Cr Woodhouse) made a capable chai...

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Human Bones Found. ON THE BEACH [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Human Bones Found. ON THE BEACH A gruesome discovery was made by Constable Ballantyne on Thursday, when he found the bones belonging to a human body on the beach between Frankston and Carrum. The bones were identified by Dr Maxwell as being the left arm and thigh of a human being, which he considered had been severed from the body for some months. Naturally the conclusion has been ar rived at that the bones were portion of the body of the young man Gamlin, who was supposed to have been drowned at about Christmas time at Frankston.

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Yaledictory. -4~-- A number of friends of Mr Frank Jolly, who has been promoted to the position of traveller for the $risbane branch of the Vacuum Oil Coy., met at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Frank ston, on Monday evening last, to say farewell. Cr T. Ritchie was in the chair, and the proceedings were opened by the honoring of the toast of 'The King.' 'Our Guest' was proposed by the chairman, who referred to Mr Frank Jolly's long residence in Frankston, and as a respected young fellow they were sorry he was leaving. The speaker congratulated Mr Jolly on being selected to fill the important position of traveller in Queensland, and trusted he would give satisfaction to the firm he represented, who would not be slow to recognise merit and further promote him. He wished Mr Jolly success and prosperity in his new sphere. The toast was supported in eulogistic terms by Messrs W. Pettit, M. Brody, B. Drohan, J. Williams, O. Pettit, and P. Bloxham, reference being made by some of the speakers ...

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Frankston Police Court. MONDAY. [Before Cohen, P.M. and Williams, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Frankston Police Court. MONDAY. [Before Messrs Cohen,. P.M. and Wil liams, J.P.] Constable Stephensonproceeded against W. Marshall for non-maintenance of his children. This is the second occasion on which the defendant has been proceeded agaiit'on the same charge. -lrs Matthews, grandmother of the children, and with whom they resided, appeared, Marshall being ill in bed. Constable Stephenson said since the last order had been made for payments towards the up-keep of the children, Marshall had only paid 9s. He was an invalid, but got about 30s a week for mixing paint, etc. Mrs Matthews, in answer to the P.M., said she was maintaining the children. Marshall came to her house at week-ends, but did not help to provide for the children. The P.M. said he would adjourn the case till next Monday, to allow of defend ant being present. He thought Marshall should do something to try to comply with the order for maintenance. STATE ASSISTANCE REFCSED. Louisa I Cameron, Mornington Junc tion, appl...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Sporting Notes. Frank Jolly, of Frankston, ran splen didly at the Exhibition, Melbourne, on Saturday last in the St. Patrick's Gift of 100 yds. of £25. Jolly had 8& yds, and the Frankston runner won his heat and semi final 'in fast time. Jolly, who was scratch man in Ihefinal and a 3 to 1 on favourite, never moved from, his mark and took no part in the race, the starter makiug a bad hash of the start. Frankston started the ball rolling with the Watson Trophy for the .foot ball competition in 1908; Mornington was responsible for the Harrison Trophy in 1909; Mr Murphy, Morn ington, donated £1 Is towards the trophy in 1910; and it is said that a prominent Hastings resident wou'd like to donate a trophy this year. A Somerville resident is mentioned in this respect also. Let them a I come. It is rumoured that Dromana foot ball club wi'l not he in the competi tion this year,-a'so that Bilnarring will find a difficulty in getting a team, as Flindersintend to compete--Will Sorrento ...

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Frankston Cricket Club Averages FOR PAST SEASON. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Frankston Cricket Club Averages FOR PAST SEASON. BATTING. B. Baxter jun. 10 585 122 58.5 scr 58.5 D.Kennedy 5 203 57 40.6 22 66.6 F. Harley 9 220 68 24.4 33 47.4 J. Box 6 101 33 16.8 25 41.8 0. Pettit 6 83 46 13.8 25 38.2 A. Box 9 118 40 13.1 20 33.1 T. Deane 9 145 39 161 20 36.1 Robertson 9 99 55 11 22 33 lawrey 9 93 28 0.32737.3 Drl Maxwell 5 36 198 7.2 35 42.2 Baxter, sen. 4 6 3 1.5 40 41.5 Not Out. BOWLING Wkts Runs Aver. Baxter, jun, 26 149 57 Baxter. sen, 10 75 7.5 0. Pettit, 14 129 9.2 A. Bo 25 225 9 Harley, 16 170 10.6 T. Deane, 35 354 10.1 Robertson, 18 216- 12 CATCHES. F. Harley ... ... ... 11 Baxter, jun, . .. ... 8 Reynolds ... ... ... 7

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

LANCWARRIN The members of the local Christian Endeavour tendered a social and coffee sapper to the residents and visitors to the district last Wednesday evening. Over 60 attended, and the many and varied games and parlour entertain ments were heartily enjoyed. Excel lent refreshments were served. Mr H. Ridout and his committee deserve praise for their generous efforts to entert?in all. A large audience attended to hear Mr Geo. Shepherd's paper and lecture on "The Reproduction and Distribu tion of Species." The lecturer dealt with this scientific subject in a very practical and lucid manner. By avoid ing technical terms and dealing with purely 'ocal exhibits, the lecturer made the bubject so interesting that he has been requested to deliver another lec ture in the spring. A member of the Rpyal Society of Victoria, who was present, stated that in his particular line Mr Shepherd was equal to any he hid heard. In moving the vote bf thinks, Mr E, Barrett paid a warm tribute to Mr Shepher...

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A Mother's Perjury. THE ROSEBUD CASE. SCATHING REMARKS BY CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

A Mother's Perjury. THE ROSEBUD CASE. SCATHING REMARKS BY CHIEF JUSTICE. A middle aged woman named Eliza beth Anne Chandler, who bad pleaded guilty to a charce of perjury, was brought before the Chief Justice at the Criminal Court for sentence on Friday I.st. The prosecution arose out of a case in which the Crown charged a man named Moubrey Bunbury with an offence at Rosebud against a girl under the age of sixteen, a daughter of prisoner. In the lower court accused had sworn that her daughter was 17) years of age (over the age of consent), whereas she was only 14 His Honor, in sentencing prisoner, said :-There are few men, and I feel nity, who wouod limit the laguage of contumely, which I should address to yon. Your daughter, who was under the age of 14, was living in the same house with you, and you knew that a man witn whom you werelivingas his housekeeper had outraged her, and you were aware that she was about to be come a mother, and instead of using every means that any decent ...

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Found in the Orchard. DEATH OF MR EDWIN THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Found in the Orchard. -4--- DEATH OF MR EDWIN THOMPSON. The inquiry into the death of Mr Edwin Thompson, whose body was found in his orchard at 'Oak Grange,' Frankston, was commenced by the coroner 1Dr Cole) at the courthouse, Frankston, on Thursday ( evening. Only the police evidence and c that of Dr Maxwell was taken; other witnesses will be examined at Melbourne on a future date. Constable Stephenson deposed to find ing the body of deceased in his orchard on the morning of 27th February, on receiv- 1 ing information from Mr John Sanger, who had made the discovery. The body iI was lying face downwards, and there ap peared no signs of a struggle. He identi. fied the body as that of deceased, and re moved it to the Prince of Wales Hotel. In deceased's bedroom he found a glass con taining crystals and colored matter (found by analyst to be strychnine), and also somepackets labelled poison. He obtained a letter (produced) written to air Chancel lor, which was over some financial matte...

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Mornington Sports Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Mornington Sports Club. A committee meeting of the Momn" ington Athletic Sports Club was held on Monday evening last, Mr G. T. Jenkins in the chair. The following were a so present--Messrs H. Menck, T. Hutchins, R. Cuhen, A. Bartlett, T. J. Hutchins, and W. Croagh. The report and balance-sheet of sports he d on March 8th was received, on the motion of Messrs T. Hutchins and H. SMenck. The receipts amounted to £37 7s 6d, and expenditure to £39 18s 4d, leaving a debit balance of £2 10s 101, Thich was considered most satisfac tory, as the prize money was increased £5, and there was also the extra ex pense of the band. The total amount in the Savings Bank to the club's credit is £19 17s 7d. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the following donos:--Mr J. Pitchford (50 iron pegs for ropes, valued 25s), Mr P. McArthur £1 Is, Mrs Smith, 'Belura,' £1-ls, AMr L. Murphy £1 Is, Mr R. Annear 12s 6d, Mr G. T. Jenkins 10s 6d, Hon. A. Downward 10s 6d, Mr Board 10s, Mr Summerland 10s, Crs Lobb, fl...

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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 March 1911

Newspaper Law. 1. Sunbscribers who do not give express noticeto the contrary are considered as wishing to Coorrirse their subscrzption a 2. If Subscribers order the discontin. rance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until ARRhEES are paid. 3. Ifasubcribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have iett!ed their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subrrnbers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, Ifsubscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NorlcE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking it. otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri. ber will be responsible unless an express Fpa 4 ca payment of arrears.

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