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Australian Women's National League. MEETING AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Australian- Women's National League. M EETING AT MORNINOTON. A largely-attended meeting of ladies of the Mlornington- district, under the auspices of the A.W.N.L, was held'in the library on Thursday July 6th. Miss R A. Edgar, a repre sentative of the A.W N.L*; interviewed as many of the ladies as possible,, and received encouraging support in the formation of a local branch. The numerous attendance at the meeting and the interest evinced throughout the proceedings augurs well for the interest and influence of the ladies in the forthcoming State elections to secure a return of liberal representa tion. In her address Mis, Xdgar clearly explained the aims and objects of the League, and wished the branch just formed a most sacessful future. In the effort to secure members for the League, the Cluh and "The Woman," th-y were all to evince their interest and augment the memberships, which a'ready were 47 for the League, 20 for "The Woman" and 3 for the National Club. The following were e'e...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Telephodne Directory FRANKSTOi. t, 1-Brndy, MI 2-Hogau, J. 3-Rowau, 'Mlarathon.' 4 -Campbell, Rlajur, Amodfiald Park_ 5-Hay, It ra 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritchie anld Co, T 8l-Grmwade, 11V , Alyrtoon ii 10--Robertson, II, So!tncia ll-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F 0, Chemist 13-Alillard, J, Cab ruaprtacor 14-UGarrool, C 15-Booth, G W 16--'lowmaa, Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregcry. A ll 1'J-Macrie and \Vlliam3, butchera 0-C-uoxall, A, butcher
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
eP ý" Iures July 10, August 14, September 1i, October 23, November 27. Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) July-, August 1, September 15, October 10, November 14. Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -July-, August 3, September 7, October 12, November 16. Sorronto (Wednesdays, .10 a.m.) -July-, August' 2, September 6, October 1, November 15.
LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME' PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Secodd and 'hird .Fchedules of the. Gamie Act: 890. T'iE WHOLE EAR. -- All Australlni Fauna (with the exception of Smikes) in the NationalParks and Public Gardens, Acanthizae or:'Tts. Babblers, lears (see native Boars)i Bee-eaters, Black Cocka. tcos, Black Swans, Black.tat:ed or Rock Pebbler Parrots, ircng-winged and other wild pigeons, Bustard or Wild Tus key, Californian Quail, Caterpillar.catil era, Chats (see Ephthianuras), Coach-whip Birds, Cockatoos, black,'Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, such as Herons, Egiots, &o. (except the Native.Companiuu or Aus tralian Ulane), Cuckoos, Cuckoo'-strikos, Curlews (tee Southern btono Plover, &..), Deer, Doves, Java Turtle, Dove. ,Wile, Egrets (see Cranes, &c.), Emus, Ephthian uras orl Chats, ]an.tcls, Fly-catchees, Frogmouth or' Podaigus and Alopokec, Graucalus Family, allimembols of; luernus (ree Cranes), lb.s, Java 'l'utlle Doves Kangatoos, tllack~-fn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
ANNEAR BR OS. (L-te as.t , Noble) ---Railway Store, Mornington.-- CROCERIES. STANDAI, D-T-f" B-st QUALIFY--r:,, Frr?le:t PRICE-rac Lr, : BOOTS AND SHOES Of Al: Kind. .nd I'ricts STYLE-The La?3ct DRAPERY & MILLINERY UL' TO-DATE and STYLISII. (-e tur FlannDletter, Flannels, B:ankels, Calicoce, Shreti-g., Diess Stuffs, Si:k., Lace., Ribbons, etc. City Values in Your Own Town. SATIFACT[OX PLEPGED BY US. - GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE. Ironmongery andt Crockery, a Good Stock always on Hand. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TPWN OR COUNTRY. U:gheet Picers Givea for all kinds Farm end Dairy Produce DEATH THROUGH DISEASED TEETH. TH-?-DENTIST'S ADVICE. Many llow sharp-edged stumps and broken-down teeth to rem in in the mouth. They fear to visit the modern dentrst, con sequently thee disessed teeth cut the tongug casing a sore which forms an ulcer. which frequently develops into a maibgna?t cancer of the tongue. Remark able it is so, Set it continues to show it self unknowingly in the mouth. Af...
Dandenong Council Notes [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Dandenong Council Notes Inspector Shelley ,eported on the pan service in the South riding. Cr. Groves said the charge was not an annual one, merely a charge of 5s. 1 per quarter, and £1 per year could t not be charged. It was decided to notify Shelley that I pans had to be charged for separately, at per quarter. - Some of the claims were stated to he very old ones. From the correspondence it was clear that the pans were in many. cases only in use for short and unconnected per iods, and.remissness was shown on the part of the employees of the sanitary contractor. It was decided to take no action in regard to the old claims. Cr. Groves produced an estimate for painting the park fence at .iordialloc and the tree guards in the main street. The cost would he £4 ,s., and he would guarantee that a good' job would be made of it.-The report was adopted. The same councillor asked for permis sion to plant trees in front of his place. at his own cost.-Granted.- A complaint was received from set...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Amusements. Ragged Boys' liome, Frankston; -A GRAND CONCERT Will be held in the IMECHANICS' HALL, FiKANKSTUN, _ ON -CE SATURDAY. JULY 22:D, 1911, Cornmencing at 8 prm. Leading Local and and Vi-iting Talent Elacuii·uary, Vocal and Instrumental Items. CONVERSAZIONE, For Palution of Debt on St. Paul's Vicarage MECHANICS' HALL. FRANKSTON, At 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9th. 1511 Musical Entertainment and Pianola Items. Dances Three Stalls- Fancy, Flower, Sweets Admixinn, Including Refreshments, One Shilling Stalls open in afternoon 3 to 5-Admission free Auctis Sales. Clearing - Sale., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19th, 1911. "Park'ide," Main Street, MVIORNINGTON. I ORNER & IIcCOMBE have re ceived instructions from Mn W. Rossx-os, to sell by public auction Large Assortment of HIousehold Furniture and Effects. Walnut Table, Brussels Square, 14 x 12: Hearth Rug. 2 Fenders, 8 Day Clock, Ornaments, 2 Fire Screens. Hall Carpet Duchess Chest. 4ft. Side Board 31 doz. Vienna Chairs, 2 Deal Tables, 56 yard...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER I~te of Ferosy, Ireland, now of ANNOlIr CES that be is prepared to execute all kirds of W&TcH, CLOCK and JEWELLERY REPAIRS. Orders can be left with Mr R. Annear, frocer, Mornisgtn; Mr Eudduck, Isro ena -MessrS Nunn and fons, bomer iile ;or at ' Clydeblnk," Dromans Boad. !isate residences visited by appointment Carriers. Meesr Cairna end Williames, as " Clydebank" daily, and will deliver oeders entrusted to them. desired. Istimates given for repairs, if desired. mfae proceeding with them. 260 J. MILL&RD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs Meet all Trains. Paelsa and Lugg-te reeeived end promptly delivered. Howes and Vehicles for hire, fPrces resaastale tters and Telerms promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited ..n for Orders......... Prime Meat Oily K-pr. ............. 8msP Goals of Every Description Fresh Daiiv S--. ? _.Il?s;, _ _?,_ t.. -_.- -- .. Phrmaceutical & Disp...
Naval Base at Westernport. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Naval Base at Western. port. Incensed at a statement published at the instance of Mr O'Malley, Minister for Home Affairs, that the Victorian Government hasbeen wanting in cour tesy, Mr Watt, the Acting Premier, expressed himself pretty vigorously last week, says the 'Herald.' 'I see,' said Mr Watt, 'that Mr O'Malley has broken loose again, and if he is amenableto advice, I would counsel him, before making accusa tions against other Governments, to ascertain the facts.- His'system' upon which he prides himself, must be very imperfect if this is one of its errors. He is responsible, according to the Press, for the statement that the Victorian Government has been asked to reserve an area at Westernport for naval defence, but despite Home Affairs departmental 'chasers'-what ever they may be-no answer has been received. The fact is that the Vic torian Government replied promptly weeks ago, and we have an acknow ledgment from the Federal Govern ment stating that it would consider the sugg...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of above council was held at Somerville on Wednesday, when there were pre sent :-Crs Woodhous" (president), Hodgins, Cole, Murray; Griffeth, Ritchie, Oates, Baxter, and Perrott. CORRESPONDENCE. From Sidney Plowman, Frank ston, asking that the gravelling of Wedge-street, between Playne and Davey-streets, Frankston, be com pleted, as the place was in a very bad state; also that holes on the roadway, each side of the foothpath at the opposite corner of .Davey street, be filled up.- Cr Ritchie said the place was in a very bad state, and he moved that it receive im mediate attention.- Seconded ,by Cr Oates and carried. Department Public Works, ask ing if council had any objection to John Batchelor leasing under "Un used Roads and Water Frontages 1 Act, land fronting foreshore at Tyabb.-Crs Hodginm and Perrott moved that no objetion be raised. -Carried. J J. D'Burgh Griffith, asking per mission to erect four poles ...
Ragged Boys' Home. CONCERT AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Ragged Boys' Home. CONCERT AT FRANKSTON, The Ragged Boys' Home, situated on the Mornington road, Frankston, is a charitable Institution that is deserv ing of support of a liberal character. The Home shelters boys from the slums of Melbourne, etc., where they are provided for and given a good edu cation and brought up in the way they should go, and in consequence these poor little fellows are fitted to fight their way in the world. The Home is one that has never yet appealed locally for assistance, which fact has been noted, and the object being a deserving one, it has been decided to organise a concert in Frankston, the proceeds of which are to be handed to the Matron, and it is to be hoped that a good sum will be raised, sufficient, say, to provide each boy with a new suit of clothes.- The programme will comprise the best local talent and several Melbourne performers. Most of the Melbourne artists are giving their services gazis as the cause is is such a charitable one. Locals will...
ROSEBUD. CORONATION DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
ROSEBUD. CORONATION DAY CELEBRRA TION. The Rye and Rosebud school child ren and friends celebrated Coronation Day by a joint picnic at Rye State school on 22nd June. On the arrival of the Rosebud contingent, lunch was served, after which the Rev. E. Rodda addressed the large gathering and pre- sented the Coronation medals to the &nbsp; scholars, who then saluted the flag. Under the capable direction of the school committees and the head teacher, Mr Perrin, an interesting programme of events was carried out, during which most of the children suc ceeded in annexing some token of that prowess at sport for which Australia is noted. Great interest was taken in the tugs-of-war. Rosebud won the schools' match, but Rye won both the adult events, their ladies especially scoring a runaway victory. G.Cairns &nbsp; won the married and J. Rowley the single men's races, and the married and single ladies' events were carried off by Mrs Watts and Miss Townsend. Tea concluded an enjo...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL . District news, sporting items, etc, re reived too late for this issue. Attention is directed to the business an nouncment of Dunklings, jewellers, etc., which appears on opposite page. "The Captain," the well-known beach &nbsp; &nbsp; dweller of Frankston, who has been in ill health of late, proceeded to the Mel bourne hospital on Monday: Will correspondents please send their contributions along as early as possible. By Friday's mail we have received reports of football matches played the previous Satur day and other events which could have been sent in much sooner. The Hon. A. Downward, informed Mr Mark Brody by letter yesterday that he had arranged with the railway commis sioners to receive the deputation concerning the summer time table on the Frankston line, next Thursday, 20th July, at 10 a.m. A horse belonging to Mr E. Swift, of Mornington, broke it neck in the stable during the week. It was tied up in a stall, and by some means got its hind...
ARBOR DAY. GREEN ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
ARBOR DAY. GREEN ISLAND. Arbor Day festival was celebrated at the above school on Friday, 7th inst. The school committee--Messrs A. Sherlock, W. Coxhell, H. Coxhell, E. Kenney, J. Thorne - and the parents had arranged to give the children a special treat on this occa sion, and right well did they carry out their intentions. They met with liberal support from numerous donors, about £7 5s being collected. The &nbsp; forenoon was taken up with planting pepper trees, and other work incidental to the same. The children assembled at 12 30 a.m. for dinner, and they did ample justice to the good things pro vided. At 1:30, a sports programme was begun. The races provided some very exciting finishes, the handicapping of the head teacher (Mr H. J. L Menck) and Mr A. Sherlock being mainly responsible for this. The sack race was won by V. Russell, and the struggle for second place was very keen - the other runners had either retired or were still lying where they had fallen. On being enc...
Valedictory. MR W. INGWERSEN AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 July 1911
Valedictory. MR W. INGWERSEN AND FAMILY. A pleasant social evening was held at the Pier Hotel, Frankston, on Fri &nbsp; day evening of last week, when a smoke night and presentation was tendered to Mr W. Iagwersen, who, with his wife and family, left Frank ston for Ouyen on Monday last. Mr W. Schultz ocupied the chair, and &nbsp; there was a good attendance. Apologies for non-attendance were sent by Crs Ritchie and Oates, Messrs Hogan Bros, Jolly and Marsh. The toast of 'Our Guest' was pro posed by Mr M. Brody, who referred to Mr Ingwersen's residence of eight years at Frankston, during which he had taken part in many public move ments and supported any deserving object brought under his notice. His &nbsp; friends thought it would not be right &nbsp; to allow him to go away without some token of the esteem in which he was held, and on behalf of Mr Ingwersen's Frankston friends, he had much plea sure in presenting their guest with a Stari bag carrying ...
Junior Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Junior Football. Hastings seconds played Tyabb at Hastings last Saturday, and after a ding-dong go, the seconds won by eleven points, the scores being Hastings 5-5, Tyabb 2-12. Theo game was most evenly contested; Tyabb kicked very badly. Les. Lewis, following and half back, played a splendid gama for Hastings, and was well assisted by Jack (2), F. Boulter, F. Wilson, Dido, Bryant and . W. Cusworth. Un doubtedly Tyabb's best were George Slocombe and Fred Mills. A. and H. Mills, D. Longrmuir and W. Denham also worked hard to avert defeat. B. Francis umpired well, not allowing any kicking in the tuck. A match was played at Tyabb last Saturday between the State school's 3129 and 3155, shich resulted in a win for thle 3155 school. The game alhlrough was very one-sided, and the 'top school' was outclassed. Thel scores wire 3455 school, 15 goa's 18 behinds, tSp 3129 school, 1 goal 1 bIhind. Webb, for the winners, played splendidly, notching 10 goals; Chalwell, McKirdy, Unthank (2) and Tho...
FRANKSTON v. JAS. SERVICE AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
FRANKSTON v. JAS. SBRVICE I AND CO. Frankston, having a bye in the competition, engaged in a match with a team from the Robur Tea Co. (Jas. Service and Co). The visitors had some first-rate players in their ranks, including several old League players, notsbly Topping (late of Carlton) and Mick Londergan (the at one time brilliant Essendon wing man). Frank ston only had a poor team, and had to fill up with several juniors. To have had any chance at all, the locals would have required their strongest team, and the result, with such a weak team, was practically aforego e conclusion. The final scores were: Robur Tea, 11 goals 11 behinds; Frankston, 4 goals 7 behinds.