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Commonwealth Liberal Party. RE-ORGANISATION AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Commonwealth Liberal: S Party. RI-ORGANISATION AT FRANK STON. .A meeting for the purpose of re orgenising:the ladies',and gentlemen's branches of the above named was held on Wednesday evening. There was only a moderate attendance, who, however, were treated to fine addresses by Miss Goding and Mr Menzies, speakers of the party. Dr Maxwell was voted to the chair. Miss Goding first addressed the meeting, explaining and upholding the eight planks in the Party's plat form, viz-Federation, Preferential Trade, Imperial Responsibilities, Effective Protection for Producers, Workers and Consumers, Electoral Reform, White Australia and immi gration of suitable settlers, Defence, Sound Finance, Economy and Efli. ciency of Freedom of Representation. Miss Godnig urged the platform as making for improved Liberal Govern ment, and the party's object was the union of all Liberals to secure bene ficial legislation. She paid high tri bute to the part women voters took in the last election, and urged t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
L R. N. UTBER, Solicitor, .....FRAN KSTON ....... AT be conultel? at private residence, Mornington P&ad, or at office of J.Nott Marsh, Bay Sti.et. MELBOURXE ADDP.ESS- H. W. Hunt and Uthber, todern Chambers, 317 Collins-street Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. TO...... SKEEP WARM ...... Is a -TOUGH -. PROPOSITION These Days. LET US HELP YOU By means of our COSY BLANKETS * OVERCOATS - TRAVELLING RUGS WARM UNDERWEAR - - The Best Value and Assortment in Sead far a Sam of our Dr Goodss and Plain and Blousing Flannelettes. Our White Flannelette at 6s 6d and 8e 6d are extra good value. CROFT BROS. -DENTIST. MORNINGTON. Mr Fred, S. Parrett, ....B.D.S.....S... -OF 317 CHURCH ST., RICHIMOND, VT lrTS Mornington MO??THLYsand may be consulted at aMrs J. W. Fosters, "Claremont," Main St. SAt 'RDAY. JUNE 17 SATURDAY, JULY 15 Houre-l1 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. SEND A POSTCARD TO-DAY. (If not already a Customer.) And we will' ......SEND BY RETURN........ Free of Cost .Testing Samples of our Deliciou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
W. T. SAGH, WATCHMAKER and . . JEWELLER Late of Feray, Ireland, now of "Clydebank," MORNINCTON, lNNOUNCES that he is prepared to exeente all kirds of REPAIRS. Orders cn be left with Mr R. Annear, Grocer, Mornimgton; Mr Rudduck, Dro mana; Mesrs Nunn and Sons, Somer wille; or at ` Clydebank," Dromana Bord. private residences visited by appointment. Carriers. Me?sa Cairns and Williams, - Clydebank" daily, and will deliver a-ders entrusted to them. Istimates gbven for repairs, if desired. efore proceeding with them. 260 J. mILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels sad Logg·e received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicles for hire. Prices reasotable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ............. Smali Gools of Every Das:ription Fresh Daily. Hides and Skins B;ught............. Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, .. FRANKS...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Death. NIXON.-On 26th April, at Durban, Miriam, youngest daughter of the late Roy. S. Nixon, Chester, England, beloved sister of Mrs (Capt.) Wainwright, &nbsp; Pietermaritzberg, and aunt of Mrs Dun can Puckle, Somerville. No mourning by request. PUBLISHED B?EBY SATURDAY MOBNING 'Nothing) extenuate, nor set doiwn - aught inmalica " Telephone No. 6, Frankstor. : - SATURDAY 'JULY 1.
Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Flinders . and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, JUNE 24Tr. The usual monthly meeting of the above-named council was held on Saturday, the following being present :- Crs Buckley, Davies, Haig, Rudduck, Marsden, Terry and Clarke. The first-named was voted to the chair. FINANCE. The finance committee after due examination recommended pay ment of account amounting to £232 14s 2d.-The recommendation was adopted on motion of Cr Rudduck. TEZDERS. * The works committee recom mended the acceptance of the fol lowing tenders: -Contract 25. Supply 50 c yds metal on Portsea Back Beach road.--J. Morse, £9 15s ; Contract 26-Quarrying 1000 c yds of spawls from The Rocs. D. James, £175; Contract 27 - Breaking 1000 c yds, G. Freeman, £50 ; purchase of wood on road near Captain Hall's, Rye-J. Ed moids, £2. CO a ESPONDENCE. From C. F. Husbands, Tunstall, requesting reduction of valuation of his property at Sorrento.-Left in hands of the valuer. C. W. McLear, engineer of Ports and Harbors, notifying inabili...
HASTINGS. WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
HASTINGS . WEDDING BELLS. A very pretty wedding took place at Holy Trinity Church, Hastings, on June 14th. The contracting parties were Mr F. C. Perrott (eldest son of Mr F. G. Perrott, J.P.), and Miss Lilian Jack, (eldest daughter of Mr Jack, of Bittern). The Rev. B. C. A. Eva officiated. The church was very prettily decorated, and Mr Cobbert (organist) and choir rendered the choral part of the ceremony with great zest. Miss Ethel Jack and Miss A. Perrott were very able supporters of the bride, and Mr J.Perrott and Mr.Jack acted in a like manner for the groom. The bride looked very winsome in white silk, veil, and carried a hand- some shower bouquet. The brides- maids wore cream, and also carried pretty bouquets. After the ceremony about 50 sat down to breakfast in the school hall, which was also very prettily decorated. The newly-wedded pair left in the afternoon for Healesville to enjoy their honeymoon. At the monthly meeting of the Hastings L.O.L., Bro. J. D. Hodgin &nbs...
CARRUM v. CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
CARRUM v. CHELSEA. The latter 'challenged Carrun to play for a dinner; and were defeated by 5.6 to 2.1. For the winners Drummond (forward) and H. Rigby played best, as did Mosstown, Swig?s and All for the losers. Dinner was served in the best style at Carrum Hotel. and the eneretic 'seeretary, MIr W.AYitMen.was presented wit- a medal and suitably replied. A return match is to be played next month.
Orchard Notes. PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Orchard Notes. PRUNING. (By E. Pescott, .Journal of Agriculture') - Three orn four main arms are selected na the basis of the leader formation Thesue are caTbck, leaviig only three or four strong buds on each-; tile cut is always made so that the top'bad shall be on the outside of the 'leader, and never on the inner portion. of the framework. Two, or perhaps three, of these buds will break away. into strong growth in the springtime the stronger of these will be selected next winter, and instead of the young trees having three main arms, it will have from five to seven. These are again cut "hard" back for similar strong growth in the subsequent spring; and they are similarly treated in -the fol 'owing winter. Thusg at the end of -he third win'er pruning, the tree should have from nine to twelve (and probably more in good soils and favor. able situations) goodi strong leaders, all evenly balanced and spaced for the admission of sunlight and air, all in clining or sloping in an outward...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
TYABB. After attending the local State school No. 3129: as scholar and assis tant taceher for the past ten years, Mr R. A. Lester was last week transferred to North St. James', where he has been placed in charge of th, school. Although his school is not a large one, the change is a promotion, and the residents here are general'y pleased that a local acho'ar should receive such a recognition of proficiency. Apart from the fact that going out into the world is part of a young man's education, it is pleasing to note thst Mr Lester ca ries with him the good will of his late fellow teachers and scho'sr, as i vidleced in the presents lie received from them on leaving, and the kindly words of advice and wishes of good luck spoken by iMr Taylor on behalf of the children and parents. Already, Mr Lester has written home to say thit he is pleased with the change, and that the town of Tungs nmah, where he is living, is all that can be desired by a young nman of sporting proclivities.
Dromana Lady's Predicament. "A PLUNGE IN THE DARK." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Dromana Lady's Predica ment. "A PLUNGE IN THE DARK." A Dromana correspondent writes : "The roads and footpaths in this place are, to use Cr Terry's expression, in "a most ghastly state." A young .lady walking along the main thoroughfare on her way home very .recntly,- on a dark night, had the misfortune to walk into a hole 2fret 6 inches deep, by about 3 x 4 feet, right in the middle of the footpath, and which was fall of water. In addition to the shock from sudden immersion, the young lady had her c'othes completely ruined, and a demand for compensa tion will, probably, be made at next meeting. Fortunately, the lady was accompanied by her elder sister,- r:ho assisted her out of her serious predica ment, and helped her to her heme, which was not far off. The young ladies were unaware of the existence of the hole as they have been away from home forsome time."
Complicated Debt Case. WEBB v. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Complicated Debt Case. WEBB v. THOMAS. A complicated debt case was before .Capt. Sherlock, J.P. (the only justice), at the' Frankston court on Monday.. . J. W. Webb, formerly a butcher at Carrum, sued Jas. Thomas, of Carrum, for £5 2s 3?d, amount of goods sold and delivered. Thomas appeared to defend his case, and Mr Utber prosecuted for complainant. Defendant admitted owing plart of account, but from January, 1909, he denied liability. It appeared from the defence put up by Thomas, that he had been living at three different places whilst at Carruih at Wells' road, in a tent near Car rum station, and at another house some distance away. He generally paid cash, and did not know that he owed Webb anything after Jan uary. The goods were not delivered to him, and as there were seven different families by. the name of Thomas, it was probable that some one, for whom he was not respon sible, had received the meat. When he got the bill, defendant took it to Webb's son,,jwho said it was a, m...
Marathon Road Race. NOT TO BE HELD THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Marathon Road Race. NOT TO BE HELD THIS YEAR. We are in receipt of the following letter from Mr Frank Scott, the secre tary of the organization which origin ated the Marathon race from Frank ston to Melbourne. an event which has Iern runi in Octoboi during the past two yecrs and aroused great in terest throughout Victoria. The letter is as follows : East Melbourne larriers, Amateur Sports Club, 101 Swanston street, Melbourne. Mr Pettit, Dear Sir,--Re Marathon race. Just a note to advise you that at a committee meeting held recently, it was decided that our club should not hold a Mara;thln race this year. In coming to this decision, therere were two things that guided us. The first was that it was considered that it was suaficiently fre quent to ask men to compete in a race of this description every second year, and, sesondly, the financial strain was too great for us to shoulder every year. It was, therefore, decided that we should bold this race every second year, and in this the A...
Methodist Circuits. MORNINGTON AND DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Methodist Circuits. IMORNINGTON AND DROMANA. The quarterly meeting of the Morn ington and Dromana Methodist Circuit was held in the Methodist Churb,h, Dromana, on June 28th, There was a good representative gathering from the different parts of the Circuit. The Rev. E. H. Nye presided. The pastoral report showed that four mem bers had left the district, and that five new members had ieen added to the church, making an increase of one for the quarter. The finances showed a credit balance of £8 2s 4d. The re ports from the Sunday schools in the Circuit vwere very gratifying, Morning ton having an increase of three scholars i.,r the term. The Endeavour :ocie. ties were reported to be inaking good progress, and it was decided to take steps to establish Societies at Dromans and Rosebud. The Rev E. H. Nye received a very hearty welcome to the Circuit, and hopes were expressed that his ministry might be a very successful one. It was resolved that a letter of condolence be sent to Mr Clarke ...
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Municipal Elections., Matters regarding municipal elec. tions locally have so far been very quite. Though no official notifications have been m:ule tlhrough our columns, it is likely that there will be several new aspirants for municipal honers, and mo both the Frankston- and Has-. ings and Mornington shires contests are almost asltain. .In the Morning ton shire, Cra Nunn, Alston, and Bradford retire, and the names of Messrs S. Griffeth, G. Grien and a. W. Campbell have beae freely merntiened as probable candidates. The only con test spoken of mo the Frankston and Hastings shire is in the North riding, where Or Oates' return is likely to be opposed by Mr J. N. Marsh. In the Centre riding of the Flinders and Kangerong for the seat rendered vacant by the retirement, through re moral from the district, of Cr H. C. Shsrp, MIessrs P. S. Spark and J. C. Symonds are aspirantc. In the East, Cr Root. Stanley retires, but looks like having a walkover. In the West, where Cr Marsden retires, th...
FRANKSTON METHODIST CIRCUIT. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
FRANKSTON METHODIST -CIR CUIT. QUARTERLY MEETING. The quarterly meeting of the Frank ston Methodist circuit was held on Wednesday of last week in the Somer ville church. There was a good repre sentation from the va' ious parts of the circuit. Rev. Ja.. Lowe occupied the chair. The finances showed a credit balance of £18. It was decided to push ahead with very necessary im provements to the parsonage and grounds at Frankstou. A working bee'is to be arranged, arid Mr Allan Corlet .0 the convenr. brrange: ments have been made to hold a season of special services in connection with the church in Franketon, Somer ville, and Hastings. After the routine work had been disposed of the mem bers of the quarterly meeting and their friends were invited to a knife and fork.t.a, provided by the ladies of the Somerville church. The tables were laden with many good things, Mrs Alf Thoreell having charge of the arrangement of the flowers, which were effective, with the autumn buds and berries. Mr Cha...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
FO KEEP YOUR TONGIJE FRO EVIL- SPEAKING ~" About anotther-make it pass, Before you speak, three gates of gold, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true ?" Then "Is it needful ?"-in your mind id; Give truthful answer; and the next, If you are tempted to reveal A tale to you someone has told, Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?1' And if, to reach your lips atlast, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. -Selected.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
For Children's Iaeking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. l1 Gd. ADVERTISERLS and correspondents ar& reminded that all communications in tended for insertion in the STANDAlRD should reach the office not later than by Frilay morning's letter delivery at Frank uton. COMMON AMONG lITNFR8. '`Like mannvother miners I contracted a severe cold through com.ing out of the hot nine into the coo' air." Fays Mr W.Crouch, of labina-st., Broken 11H11, N.S.W., "and at night I would cot re awful tickling in the throat and chest, hbut Chamberlain's Cough Remedy wa, the means of givnne immediate reblef from it and quickly cured my cold. No other medicine wns able to rlo his, and I had mnny bottles from the doctor." S Il by .II sto ekeepars. Woods, Great Pepptrmint Cure; for Couah and Cold?, never fails. is Gd For Chronic Clest Complaints.. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd ANNEAIR BROS. (Late Jes. Noble) - Railway- Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY STANDiI...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
LANCWARRIN Efforts are being made by the local Methodists to make their Christian Endeavour society attractive to the young people. A syllabas has bewa formed, and at the last meeting - Mrs Allan Corlett read a well-written paper on ' Kindness,' the subject being well and clearly argued ount. The writer was warmly complimented on her literary ability. -Miss Corlett filled the chair capably; The craze for autograph albums has reached this district. It. is surprising the number of, young postesses that are bursting forth in rhyme. A gallatit soldier from the Imperial forces visiting this district after travels in many lands, was agreeably surpri-ed at the tas!e displayed by some of the young ladies, and atiother insisted upon obtaini~g a few of the best verses from somn of the albums. " The desire to obtain land has brought into this district : recontly somet sturdy types of'settlers, who re mind one of the pioneers who settled South Gippaland. Messrs W. and E. Towers have o't.ined se...
TANTI MARKET. MONDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
TANTI MARKET. MONDAY, JULY 8. Alex. Scott anuT Co. report-A good yarding of mixed cattle, including several fat bullocks and cows. Com petition was keen throughout, and al most a total clearance was effected at highly satisfactory prices. Fat bul lucks £6 15e, fat cows £5 10s, springers £6 5s, milkers £6 10s, heifers £1. de livery horse £21, buggy horse £15. We also soldthbo Mornington butter factory and two acres of land at Moo rooduc at satisfactory prices.
Moorooduc Cemetery. WORKING BEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Moorooduc Ceme'tery. SWORKING BEE. On Wednesday last another work ing bee was formed, and a great amount of work was done .by the fol lowing gentlemen - Ors Male and Alston, Mlessrs Bailie (sonr.), Bailie (junr.), W. Dunn, Alex. McLellan, Jas. Noble, Andrew McLellan, and Ray Stone. The building at the cemetery, which was in somewhat an inconvenient posi tion, was removed to a more suitable site. Cr Male, who took charge of the work, supplied all the necessary appliances, such as planks, jacks, etc., and in a very short time, with the as sistance of those present, had the building removed and fixed up. The remainder of the day was spent pull ing up ferns and cleaning the paths. The amount of work done was equal to a week's work for one man at the rate of eight hours per day. Over £90 worth of work has been done by the working bees this year.