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FOOTBALL PENINSULA ASSOCIATION BALNARRING v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION BALNARRING v. FRANKSTON. Frankston were prepared to take a rather weak team to Balnarring on Saturday, but they certainly did not prepare for what eventuated through circumstances over which they had no control. Five of the members of the team, together with an ardent supporter, had arranged to travel the distance in a motor car, so that the 1.40 train would be met at Frankston. But their dis may was indescribable when, after waiting a considerable time over the specified hour of starting, they were informed that the car had broken down, and would not he available until too late. In the meantime the remainder of the team had arrived at the playing ground per cabs, and their dismay was very great after the long drive, to bear by telephone message of the had news regarding their fellow players. The position, however, was faced bravely, and all the sub stitutes available were called into service. After a diligent and long search for "togs," Cr Oates man ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
DEATH THROUHG" 1 DISEASED TEETH. A DENTISTS ADVICE. lanys?ll:. slw :p.t-dg,.d strmils and I4.5ie:-down ttth tou f mi n in the mouth. They fear ti visit the monelo n dentist, con aequently the. d,?crsed t?.*th cut the toug -, c.u-in-a sore wh'ch forms an u!cer, whhe f,5qq-r ;ily deverlps into a mabglant csncer of tle tongue. Bemark atle it is so, yet it cortinues to show it ce.fusknowi,:giy in th., mouth. After wards 3c cr su t a lhosician, and to pro long your Ihe I.e remy.ves the tongue. 'lb- isrreenience, 'with slow starvation, and rsmetimes death occurs. This torture and suffering is the "outcome" of neglect. Lhat ihould not o cur if you cons!dt the ".er" denti-t in time. Hr.ndreds ate suf?sirg sgnising toothache, with sleep. less i.sghtL, and impropeoly 'chew' their feed, c.using indigestier. Why suffer when 1 guarantee to remove the most diffi cult and bunrd stumps, and brhken-down teeth without the terrible wrench, and teeth-cru-hed and left in by other denti'ts, absolutely ai...
HASTINGS v. SOMERYILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
HASTINGS v. SOMERVILLE. This match was played on the Hastings ground on Saturday, the result being an easy victory for the home team. Somerville kicked to wards the eastern goal, and had the advantage of the wind in the first quarter, but did not make as much use of it as they should have done. From the bounce Hastings for warded, and very soon had one flag up, and from the kick off rushed it &nbsp; back, and scored another minor &nbsp; point. A free to Robinson, who &nbsp; passed to Amendola and he in turn &nbsp; sent on to Wilson. He marked in &nbsp; front, but nothing resulted. Then &nbsp; Robinson, Reid and Francis put &nbsp; in some sterling play, which re sulted in Francis getting the home &nbsp; team's first sixer. From the bounce Reid forwarded, and from a free &nbsp; Francis scored another goal for the locals. Somerville then woke up and took possession, and soon had the home backs hard at work de fendi...
HASTINGS v. BALNARRING. (Reported received after Publication of last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
HASTINGS v. BALNARRING. (Report received after publication of last issue.) These teams met last Saturday week at Hastings, both putting weak teams into the field, Balnarring play- ing only 15 men and Hastings 17, with the result that only very medium football was seen. Theirs was a good breeze blowing, which Balnarring had the service of in the first quarter, but did not make as much use of as they should have done. From the bounce the ball hung about the centre for some time, but Hastings prevailed and sent it for- ward, with the result that Slocombe raised one flag. Shortly after Wilson got a mark in front and should have scored a goal, but only one flag was raised again. Bryant got third point for Hastings, and then Balnar- &nbsp; ring took command. Francis and Amendola relieved, but Balnarring were fighting hard to score. A free kick to Buckley, gave a rather difficult chance, which way just touched be- tween the posts. From the kick off it was passed back, and Riley sni...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
SDROMANA. There was a good attendance at the special Coronation service held in the hall on Coronation Day, June 22nd, representatives of all denominations being present. The lessons for the day were read by Messrs Dyson (Church of England) and C. Russell (Presbyterian), while Dr Weld (Church of Eng. land) read the proolamation. Cr I Cr Rudduck, (Methodist) delivered an able address on the significance of the Coronation. The musical portion of the Fervice was under the direction of Miss Mortimer, as sisted by Misses Joyes and Rud duck and Mr King. On the follow ing Sunday the Rev. Rhodda conducted a similar service in the Church of England. The business at the police court on Tuesday was extremely small in amount. Mr Cohen, P.M. pre sided, and dealt with three old age pension application. A debt case, C. James v. Ch. Cairns, in which an order was made for the amount claimed, completed the list. In common with other plepei Dromana has had a plenteObsw supply of rsin, the total during...
MORNINGTON V. BALNARRING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
MORNINGTON v. BALNARRING Mornington and Balnarring met on Saturday for the second time this season on the former's ground. The list match' resulted- in a win forl Ne narring by three points, and a good game was expected, hut in this the spectators were disappointed. The day was dull and gloomy, while the ground was in bad order, owing to the wet and onion weed, which is very prevalent this season. Both sides had their best teams in the field. In the first quarter Mornington, kicking towards the southern goal, kept the visitors on the defence for most of the term, and scored two goals and five behinds to Balnarring's one goal two behinds. Balnarring had the best of things in the second quarter, but the play was very poor. The ball was very heavy and greasy, and the players could not handle it with any judg ment. Eddy and Buckley were play ing well for Balnarring in this quarter, and both notched goals. Mornington had several tries, but kicking badly, only got two goals one behind, Ha...
SOMERVILLE STARS V. MORNINGTON RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
BOM?ERVILLE STAR Y: MORNINGTON MBLERS. The above teams met a Sonerville on Saturday, and a goo, friendly game, resulted in a win fur the visitors by 8 points. All through the game the play was very even, the visitors leading at half time by 3 points Mornington 8-1, Somerville 2-4. After a hsrd struggle the visitors came off victorious. Final scores- Mornington 5:2; Somerville 3.6. The best players for Mornington were Cozhell Bros., S Garlick, L. Connell, A. Sullivan and J. Connop i and for Somerville T, Friaser, Westa way Bros., A. Firth, F. Gregory, 1M. Clarke and C. Barber. After the match the locals enter tained the visitors to tea at the 'hotel. A vote of thanks was wpasted to the Somerville team for their hospitality, which was suitably responded to by Ted Fraser. These teams play at Morningtoa next Saturday.
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
NOTES. After the Somerville v. Frankston match on Saturday, a number of Frankston ladies entertained the Somerville team and supporters at tea. This kindly act on the ladies' part was much appreciated by the visitors, and Cr Murray expressed thanks for the Somerville mae for the hospitable treatment they had received. The only thing to timar their pleasant day's cuting was the team's ignominious defeat, but he trusted that next time the tables would be turned. Bedford will umpire the Somerville and Mornington match, and Dainty the Balnarring and -Hastings match to-day. The Fitzroy Leagae team is desirious of visiting the Pleinsula on August 12th, and the secretary has written Mr Meock (the lonal Association's secretary) asking that a match against a combined 20 be arranged at Mornington on that date. The various local clubs have been com municated with, asking if they are agree' able to have the match played and the consequent putting bask of the Associ stion matches for one weak. S...
ASPENDALE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
ASPENDAIE LEAGUE.? The first annual meeting of the above which, in reality, is a progress associa tion, was held at the racecourse ball last Saturday. A great deal of in terest was showen in the proceedings, ever 70 people being present. 3Mr. Cook, the president, occupied the chair, After the minutes had been read and confirmed, Messrs, Peters and Richard son secured the suspension of standing orders so that the election of officers could be proceeded with, as some pre sent desired to catch the last train city wards at 8.42 p.m. Cr. W. Rain, J.P., was appointed temporary chairman, on the motion of Messrs. Percy Evans and Flyger. The follow ing offiloers were declared duly elected: - President, 3Mr. Cook; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Ramsay and Richardson; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. Marcus Smith; Auditor, Mr. Buc kie. The President, in returning thanks for his re-election, outlined what had been'done by tho association during his term -office *alsoof wat'itispro p6sed should be done di...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA - ASSOCIATION FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. . A largs crowd assemb'ed to witness the match contested by the above teams on Saturday last, but were very much surprised at the exhibition the visitors gave. It was thought, by the way-the teams played' at the jump, -hat it would have been a very close and interesting game. Frankston scored first, it being some considerable time before Somerville c mld raise even a single, the result being a most one sided victory for Frankston.. At the bournce, both sides rushed the ball, and after G. Webb had secured a free, O'heil col ared and sent to Mackie, who had a shot for the uprights, but his kick fell a foot or so short, Vann being awadoed a free out of the tussle. Both teams were putting in some good work, although nothing was scoe Gregory then had a long shot off thde wing, but thie ball went out of bounds, Harley, from a free, scoring first point of the day shortly after. Eickie then saved the situation by sending the ove dow...
MORNINGTON JUNCTION PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
MORNINGTON JUNCTION PROGRESS ASSOCIATION MEET. ING. The monthly meeting of the Morn ington Junction Progress Assiciation was held at Mr McCullum's residence on the 5th inst,.the president (Mr Harley) occupying the chair. The terms under which the Franketon and Ha-tings Shire council granted the use of ten acres of Baxter's Flat were agreed to, and a working bee is to be arranged at an early date so as to get the ground in order for the coming cricket season. There was a discus sion as'to the kind of building to be erected on the land purchased from Mr Vincombe, but the matter was left over to allow the secretary to obtain estimates. Over £18 has been subscribed towards this fund.
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
MORNINGTON. A very interesting and enjoyable day was spent at the Mlornington State school .on Friday last. The programme given by the scholars was highly appreciated by the large audi once present, and reflects great credit on the school. In addition to essays, songs and recitations the Revs. Sandi forp, MaeDougal and the Hon. A. Downward delivered addresses on Arbor Day subjects. Last Arbor Day the Rev. Mr Sandiford offered a prize of -10s to the girl for the best collection of wild flowers obtained within three miles of the school. Six books of pressed flowers were prepared, but, owing to the absence of one of the donors through indisposition, the awards have yet to be made. Mr Sandiford offered a similar prize for next year on a subject yet to be de cided on. A large number of flowers were planted in the garden and two eative oaks replaced trees that had died. A football contest among the boys, and a bag of sweets to each child ended a useful and happy day. The school committee ...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
SOMELRVILLE. The main features of the observance of the Arbor Day at the Somerville school were a rose pruningdemonstration and a very interesting address by Dr Griffith on "Timber and its commercial products." Many specimens of various kinds were shown, among them being, a coal tobacco jar looking like the finest ebony tannic acid, acetic acid, oil of win .ergreen, the universally used eucalyptus and wood wool.. In connection with the latter, . the' doctor showed how forests were denuded to lind material for paper. At the close of the address, Mlr Reed called on Alex. Martin, one of the pupils, to express on behalf of the school, the pleasure and interest felt by the children at the doctor's efforts. Prizes are to be given for the best essays on the subject matter, and Dr Griffith is to judge them.
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
MOOROODUO. Last Friday the children at the I-ooroodue ,tate school celebrated Arbor Day by planting several trees and shrubs. Quite a large number of parents and friends came and spent a very enjoyable afternoon. The chil dren had races, games, etc., one of the items being an apple-eating contest, which caused great amusement. All present then adjourned to the school room, where the children gave a short concert. The school was nicely deco rated, and great praise and credit is due to Miss Morris for the manner in which she had trained the children. All who heard the concert will re member it with pleasure for a long time to come, and the recollection of the dialogue will make them laugh for many a long day. The following wai the programme of the concert: Song,''The 'tree' by the scholars ; reci lItion,'Itaby ' stocking' Myrtlo \Webb and Mary Cunninglm m; recitatio,, 'A mnrtifiug mislake' Lilian Sarders; sonu,'Thereis a mother alwass waiting you at hume' Ross Cunningham ; recita tion...
Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Make Your District Known Concerning some pit ts of the district news comes but seldom. 'Iis is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miracul. ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places inthe areaof circulation,. It is the fault of resisents in the silent placeo. 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 YtLU try on the LIKES? Send accounts of public and social e?onts in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, con 'corts, matters touching the industries, etc, Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the namtes-of persons very dis tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, but let criticism alone
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
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