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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

Telephone Directory, FRANKSTON. !-Brady, M. --Hogan, J. 1-Rowan, '3larathon.' 4-Campbell, Manj r, Amearfeld Park 5-Hay, Minse., Draperi 8-Pettit, W. G.. 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritchie and Co, T . 8-Grimwade, H W, Myrtoon 9 10-Robertsoni II, Se!oncia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Proprietor 14-Garrool, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, SMrs 17-Schbttz, W 18-Gregory. A.H 19-Mackis and Williams, butchers 20-.Coxall, A, butcher

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

DEATH THROUGH DISEA SEI TEETH. A DE.TIST' ADVICE. Manyskir .k:w;;.1dgl it.mps and b=ok,-dowrs :<,::- em li :. the month. They fjr to r-cit the moe: a detait, con equenmtly tlhse di.-d t:Cth cut the toog aeasir ~ tore wlhch forms an -ek. which f:tel-.:y deT. !ps into a m?nl-c ant corei cf the tornu.s. Kentark. ale t is so, Jet it cortinu-o to show it elf?anknowicgly in the uonth. After. warnt 3oa ctsu t - h pic.ian, and to pro long your life to remorbs the tongue. Then iacounenietLc, with slow starvatiow and &.Aetivue - ti, caurs. This torture and sauerinc "o thE "out,.ome" of neglect. Iht ·hcdld it :cur - if you cons.it the "oer" dentLit in time. ;Inndrpds are sSafoiag rg.i.irT; t-.thache, with sleep. le n;tiht, .sad :mp'-cperly 'chewr their food, c.n.uiing i ige-t;oi.. Why suffer when I gua-.*' ?t t .emoore the most diff cnlt and humrc-l '.=:, and broen-down teeth without th- terrible wrench, and teeth cruhed and left in Iy o!her dentists, absolutely p J- ? BEAU1...

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Dandenong Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

Dandeiong Council. At the last meet?n?i?F the a' or?e Cr; Groves moved that the council supply eight tree guards at 1s.: 6d. each for tree planting in front of the Bridge Hotel, Mordialloc. The man ager would plant the trees, and givo a donation of £2 to wards the cost. The motion was seconded by-Cr Keys, and carried. Cr. Groves moived that the counicil ask Mfr. Penny, of 3Mordialloc; for £50 of his promised donation of £100 to wards filling up the Blind Creek. It was necessary that the work'should be gin at once. Seconded by Cr. Keys, and. carried. On the motion of Crs. Groves and Keys,:the pianning of a ti-tree hedge at Aspendale was agreed to. At the suggestion of Cr. Groves, ap :.lication is to be made to the Govern nent for a further grant towards the naking of McLeod-road in order.that it shall be completed. Cr. Groves said that there was a good deal of wash on Bench-road, and, it was agreed on his motion, seconded by Cr. Keys{ that repairs be made by the day man.. - near 'the...

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Successful Entertainment at Hastings. AN APPRECIATED PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

Successful 'Entertain ment at Hastings. AN APPRECIAT'ED PRO-. GRAMME. On Saturday, June 10th; a Corona tion concert, tableaux, anid distribution of gifts was held at the Mechanics' hcll, Hastings The weather was simply unparalleled, torrents of rain antd hail falling up'to 8"p.m., followed by intermittent squalls. In spite of this, it was decided to play, and not to hreak faith with the public. O?o of the best programmes ever offered to local patrons was most successfully carried out. :The principal feature was the performance of the Masters Wheat!and, who came down especially for the occasion. Master Pau; Wheat land is a professional artist, and has just returned f;om a tour in India. He gave some capital character songs; illustrated with marvellous whist ling, and a number performed on thIe flute, fife, piccolo, tin whistle, and ocharonn, which was vociferously ap plauded. He acknowledged this by giving a most realistic imitation of the song birds of Australia. Master, Ben nie•--t...

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Football Concert. IN AID OF FRANKSTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

Football. Concert. IN AID OF FRANKSTON CLUB. On Saturday evening last, the Franksten Football Club held a highly successful concert in the local hall. "The Wanderers," a clever combination of artists from Melbourne,were engaged for the oc easion, and acquitted themselves right well. l'he novel programme led the club's patrons to expect something out of the ordinary, and their anticipations were more than realised. The curtain rose on the Wanderers .Male Quartette, who opened proceedings with "The Tale of the Mellow Mellon." This item served to put the "Wanderers" at once on friendly terms with their audience ; they were succeeded by Miss Nellie Hobson, the possessor of a beautiful contralto voice and also that rare- gift--expression. She'sang "Idle Words," and had to respond to an undeniable encore. Mr Victor L. Trotman was third on the list, and rendered a selection from the pen of Jerome K. Jerome, on "Babies." A performer new'to Frankston, Mr Fred Harry] th?ii took the stage. Thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

W. T. SACH,l WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Ief of er-ray, Ire'and, now of "?ydelamnk." MORNINCTON, A NIOU CE9 that he is prepared to AM - :ene s?li-i dof WAT IiH, CLOCI and JEWELLERY REPAIRQ. Orders can be left with Mr R. Annear, Grocer, Mornispgtn; Mr Rudduck, Dro. ma- Mesars .N'unn and Sons Lsomer -ill; orald cI.Ank," Droman Rotd. ]rivate residencs isited by appointment. (leriker.lees Cairns a nd illioms, jas-Clydebak" daiy, and wil deliver aede trusted to them. Estimates gren for repairs, if desired. efore proceeding withthhem. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels ad Loug".e received and promptly delivered. Ho.ees and Vehicles for hire. Prices reoaaiule Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Eamnlies Waited ..n for O.ders......... Prime Meat Oaly Kpt ................. Sane Goole of Every la.e-t.i;;i a Fresh Dl..v. Tides and Skin_ BBnh.`....... F. G. CI0[MB LIN, Phrmaceutical &am...

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KING'S CORONATION. LOCAL CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

KING'S CORONATION. LOCAL CELEBRATIONS.: In-commoln with other'-parts of the Empire, the coronation of King '`eorge was celebrated in a loyal' a'nd hearty manndr throughout the Peninsula. The committees elected =at the various townships went to work with a will to make the day one that would long be remembered by the children. The programme at each place was practically on the same lines, the children being treated to picnic sports, distribution of medals, loyal addresses, etc., with concerts to conclude the day at several of the towuships. Our re ferences to the outlying districts' festivities must necessarily be de ferred, but reports from all sources show that successful and enthusias t tic gatherings eventuated. At the different townships "decorations E were displayed, and flags flew boldly. The weather was-though far from glorious-suitable for out-, door gatherings, especially for those o- age a ? itle hearty oxer Owing to the epidemic of measles, the sports at Frankston had to ...

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BALNARRING v. SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

BALNARRING r. SOuIERVILLE The above teams met at Balnarrins last Saturday, ani the result was a de? ded victory for Balnarring. Somerville were without the services of Wc.t, Mentiplay. Griffith and Vann, whlt Balnarring had about the best team they have had so far. Mclioy, of P.d Hill. wa3 included in the t&am, and rut in some fast work on the wirg Scmerville were the first to seep, ard _-cared two goals before Ba!rarri"g found the opening. Bal na'rne then woke up, and daring the rest of the quarter had the best of the play. The kicking for goal was pretty accurate, as out of eight shots for both sides six goals were registered. The scores at quarter time were-Bal narring 4 goals 2 behinds, Somerville 2 goals. The play in the second quarter was fast and even; each side had scored ten points, when Balnarring got an other goal just before the bell- Scores at half-time,-Balnarriny 6 goals 6 behinds, Somerville 3 goals 4 behinds. The last ha'f was much the same as the first. Som...

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DROMANA. [?]KATING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

DROMANA. SIKATING CAIRNIVAL, On riSatrday' last youth 'and pleasure -met at the hall to chase the glowing hours with flying feet. A skating carnival,plain and fancy dress, brought skaters together, and to participants and- to onlookers provided z-frolic and merriment. The antics of the clown, which 'brbught down the-house' (and in cidentally others and himself), were the cause of many aching sides amongst the audience. When a veiled lady in a harem skirt made her appearance there was milch excitement, but her subsequent vigorous skating with a genial Irish man andthe trouble she had with her hair betrayed her, and an old friend in a new guise was speedily recog nised. A feature of the evening was the graceful skating of the Misees Edwards. Amongst those present in fancy dress were-Miss Edwards (Folly', 1 iss G, Edwards (Pierotte), Miss Rudduck (Daffied:l, "it Rudduck (Maori girl), Miss McKeown (Texas maid), Mr S. ;Wilson (Harem.lady), Mr B. Wilson (Clown), Mr T. McLear (Irishman), M...

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Peninsula Football Association. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

Peninsula Football Ai so -, ciation.- . MEETING OF DELEGATES: : A meeting of delegtes of the above I was held lit Mlornington, on Thiirsdy t of last 'week, when there were present, E -Messrs" McArthur, (president), 'and Hntchinu (Morfiington)pHodgins and t .Wilson(Hastings);, Myers and Van- I snvlen' (Balnarring), Pettit and McComib ' (Frankstoh) .'and Menok (secretary). . A letter was road from, the Hast ings club stating that Mr Hodgins had been appointed a do egate, and he was allowed ti' represent that c'ub. Reports-were received from .Dr. Spirks, who umpired in the Balnar ring-Hastings match, reporting A. Ameudo!a for striking Buckley, of the Balnarring team; also N. Amendola for using bad language in the-sanme .match. Umpire Cook also reported A. Amendola for striking A. Shi, nnon in the Frsitkston.'v. Hastings match at Hastings. The -Hastings delegates contended t that the reports weroeinformal, as the umpires ' lid failed' to -notify the "II flt~ig'7icaptaiatlof hisTintntiot...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRIC [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRIC Talk about it Write about it Buy all you can in it Remember thatbynsoistingtradespeople you help the place along Purchase and assis your LocAL PIPa. for by so doing'yon further the best into rests of the Peninsula Treat satraneers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions Elect good reliable men to all public position-, not because they strain them selves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and truvtworthiness Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and tIy all you can at home. The men who have invested in stores, n.*hbnh. w avotb..'lb.s 5a-pIýoe..a..-esý heiding up the district, and they eshould be supported and encouraged-especially. the PFia:rrza

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres- pondents.) FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—-In reference to 'Jim Weasel's' note in your last issue. Mr C. Sposito is running the mail from Stony Point to French Island and back again. If weather and tides are permitting, you will always find him at home in Hast- ings after his day's work is done; but if the weather be otherwise, he casts anchor wherever he might be, the same as his fisher friends. Surely the Hastings football club are quite justified in playing him, the same as they are in playing any other watermen who have their homes in Hastings. Yours, etc., BERT FRANCIS, Secretary H.F.C.

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Fancy Dress Ball at Balnarring. A GAY GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

Fancy Dress Ball at Balnarring. A GAY GATHERING. One of the most successful dances held in Balnarring was the plain and fancy dress mask' ball" held last week, in aid of the funds of the local tennis club. The hall was tastefully decorated, with flags, each window representing a differ ent nation, and looked a very pretty sight. The committee spared no pains to make the affair a suc cess, and their efforts were rewarded by about the biggest gathering that has ever been seen here. Visitors came from all the surrounding dis tricts, and there was a large atten dance of Flinders residents. A great many were dressed in fancy costumes, some of them-being very pretty, and they gave the throng a gay appearance. The programme was opened by a waltz to the strains of Gabriel's band, and at intervals songs were rendered by the follow ing ladies and gentlemen :-Misses V. Davies and A. Buckley, and Messrs T. Cole; W. Myers, Lambert and Earp.-. All thoae'.presnitj ii fancy costumes took part in a ...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 June 1911

DROMANA. Wind, rain, and hail had a very dis astrous effect on the attendance of the public at the presentation of the coron ation medals to the school childuen on Wednesday last. Mr Shaw, who was to occupy the chair, was unfortunately prevented by illness 'from being pro. sent, and Mr Brindle was, at the last moment, prevailed on to fulfil the duties of chairman. After a short programme of songs and recitation had been rendered, Mir Brindle, in an admirable speech mpressed on the childien'their responsibilities to the   King and the Empire they represented. He counsellsd them to follow worthily in the steps of their .forefathers, who in so many cases had laid down their lives for their country. He then pre sented to" the children the medals, which were pinned on by Mesdames Rieketts and Story. The singing of the National Anthem and saluting of the flag termi'ated the proceedings.

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911

SOMERVILLE.. 1-Griffoth, G

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911

DROMANA. 1-Budduck, B 2-Ciamenger,.H M 3-South'Channfl Lightho1u3 4-Edwards,'G S.

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911

M IORNINOTON.. 1 --nrrieoo ._L 2-oriier;V A, Bauctioneer 3-O'Gorman, Mrs

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Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of first named club. July 1 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911

Football Fixtures. PEN1NSULA.ASSOCIATION.' Matches to be played:on ground of first named club. July 1 . Somerville v. Hastings 3Balnarring v. Frankston - Mornington n byce July 8 Frankston v. Semerville Mornington v. Balnarring Hastings a byo TIIIRD ROUND.' : - July 15 Somerville v. Mornington Balnarring v. Hastings Frankston a bye July 22 Mornington v. Balnarring Fiaukston v. Somerville Hastings a bye July 2 . Balnarring v. 'rankston Nornington v. Hastings Uomervillu.a bye August 5 Frankstoi vi. Mornington somervillo v.'Iasting ' Balnarring a by. - August 12, Hastings v. Frankston Balnarring v. Somerville Mornington a bye

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Coronation Festivities. GREAT DISPLAY AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911

Coronation; Festivities; GREAT DISPLA'AT MORNING TON. Never hve the people of Morning ton entered into a movement with more enthusiasm than they did on Coronation 3Day. The public re sponded most liberally, as shown by the substantial amount of money col lected, and the committee (to whom the greatest praise is due) must feel gratified that their efforts were so highly appreciated. The whole affair was worked up in less than a week. The day was obseirved as a public holiday, and the Main street presented a very attractive appearance, nearly all the businessaplaces being decorated with flags and hunting, the most conspicuous being a line of flags from the Grand Hotel to the opposite build ing, and at Mr Tait's.pharmacy, where the window was tastefully decorated with flags and fairy lights, and the verandah with streamers and ohinese lanterns. At 12.30 p.m. the children from the Mornington, Green Island and Mooroodnc State schoo'a assembled and marched from the school to the park, whe...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911

Obituary. It is with regret we announce the. death of Mrs W. Clarke, of Barkley stroet, Mornington. The deceased lady, who wam in her 80th year, passed off very suddenly at the residence of her son Mr A. Clarke, Hastings road, ?lornington, where she has been living for the last four months. While at dinner on Saturday evening she complained of not feeling well, and expired in a few minutes, the cause of death being heart failure. The de ceased was a native cf Guernsey, and a resident of tlornington for over 25 years The funeral, which was largely attended. left her late residence on Tuesday last, the remains being in terred in the Moorooduc Cemetery. The Rev Mr Nye officiated at the graveside. We regret to record the death' of M1rs McCombe, wife of AM". J. McCombe (of Messra K,,rner and McComlie, auction eers). The sad event enme as a sudden shock, anti murh' sym! aihy is expressed for the bereaved ones. The death of Mr W. Graham, of eoneo, also eccu'red at a Me!l,burne hospiial dur...

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