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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
NOTES. Mornington and Somerville are now level for fourth place with three wins each. Balnarring and Mornington appear to have the best chances of getting into the four, the former has thres games at home, and Mornington two, while Somerville has only one. Mornington will have its best team in in its next two games with Balnarring and Hastings, and as it is a hard team to beat on its own ground, the 'Point' should arrive for the semi-finals in August.. Len. Incigneri, of Hastings, captain and coach to the Richmond Football Club, has been picked to represent Victoria in the football carnival at Adelaide next month. Len. is also running a close second to S. Thomas, South Melbourne, for the most popular captain in a competition at. the Olympia Theatre.
Royal Humane Society. LOCAL AWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Royal Humane Society. LOCAL AWARDS. During the past year some nob!e deeds have been enacted by -district residents, whereby the valued lives of seceral persons have been practicilly snitched from death. These gallant acions, to which reference has pre riously been made in our columns, were justly recognised by the Royal Humane Society, and on Monday evening at the Melbourne Town Hall the Society's certificate for bravery was awarded to each of the following local residents :-Messrs E. McComb, W. Gregory, E. Burton, Middleton and Constable Stephenson, for, at great risk, rescuing the Nicholls family, who were blown out to sea off Frankston ; Mr Wm. Tuck, for coura geously saving the life of Mr Anidus Johansen at Finders in November ast ; and Mr Gatena Mar,.bella, of Hastings. In this instance, Mr Mara bells showed commendable pluck and presence of mind in rescuing a man named' Minton, who fell overboard from a steamn launch at San Rermo. The awards were presented by -the Gi5es sir (S...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
LOCAL AND CGENERAL. Is this issue Cr Griffeth announces that he will be a candidate for one. of the vacaneies in the Mornington Shire council at the August elections. Or Griffeth polled very well last year, and his numerous supporters asitsipate that he will, go one better this time and secure a seat. Messrs Korner and McCombe, ano tioneers, Morninglon (under inistrustions from Mr W. Robertson), held a must sue. cessful sale of household furniture and effects at the Mechanics Institute, Mers inton, on Wednesday last. There was -rage attendeance-or nuyersand articles realised very satisfactory prices. There,is a rey large requisition out for Mr John Symonds, of Flinders, to stand fur the Central riding of the Flin ders and Kangerong shire. If he accepts, it will be a very close contest between Dr P. S. Spark and Mr Symonds. A contest in the Norte riding of the Frankston and Hastings shire at the forthcoming election in August is now assured by the announcement in this issue that Mr J...
Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Somerville Fruitgrowers' E Association. MONTHLY MEETING. As Cr G. Griffeth, after his recent severe illness, walked down the aisle of the hall to take his seat as president of the Fruitgroweis' meettng on e Monday night, he was received with a round of applause, to which he bowed his acknowledgements. 1I Mr Geo. Shepherd asked the sec retary to te-read the portion of minutes referring to the annual social, as he missed the date The Secretary did so, the date being September next. Cr G. Griffeth asked re the penal clause in the proposed Fruit Growers' Co operative Society. It was pointed out by Mr Mair that the matter would come up at a later stage. In referring to the minutes, Mr Mair said that the Somerville Society's subscription of £10 to the Central constituted a record, being 100 metm bers at 2s a member. A letter was read from Nothard and Lowe, of London, stating that the fruit, ex "Saevic," had landed on a firm market. The firm had sold 2,400 cases during the week. A communic...
A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
A Narrow Escape. A young man in the employ of Mr Murphy, of "The Briars," Morning ton, had a very marrow escape from serious injury on Monday last. When putting a case of corrugated iron (which weighed half a ton) into his dray from the "Helen Moore," the main stay of the deric broke, the heavy pole grazing the man's head and causing a nasty scalp wound. Had he been an inch nearer no doubt it would have ended with fatal results. The sufferer was conveyed to Mr Tait's pharmacy, where his injury was atten ded to by Dr Somers. The crash of the iron on the pier frightened the horse, which bolted, but was caught before any damage was done.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
COMMON AMONG MINEPES. 'L`"e rrw?ly other miners I enn:ractei a serere cold through co .ing not of the h t mire into the coo air." says M W. Crouch, of Tabins-dt., Broken Iill, N.S.W, 'and at night I would get an awful t;cklhnr in the throat and chest, but Ch mberlain's Cough kemedy wa- the in-ns . f giving immnd ,tc ,,e4l from t and quick!y t" I myrold. %.'otner medicine was able to do th . ad I had many b?ttla; f om the doeor.` Id t y II storekeepers. When sou wrte to a'lverii;ers just ment.. n that you saw.their ad t. in this pap " \ 'hI ,e grateful if you will do N,. GOOD IEALrIII. Without health life is robled of all its pcksurF, and most of its successes. There is mo'o ? ?d health than you ever imag. ined in a Iox of Chamberlain's Tablets. A roliahlo remedy that begins by cleansmng the stomach of all foul accumulations, and finiehe up by toning the entire system. Fold by al storekeepers. Ragged Boys' Home, Frankston. KI G6rand Conertt In aid of above. Frankston Mechanics Hall, ...
Shire Secretary's Salary. PROPOSED INCREASE AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Shire Secretary's Salary. PROPOSED INCREASE AT 3MORNLXGTON. At the Mornington council meet ing on Thurday, Cr Lobb said all councillors were surely of the opinion that the shire secretary was deserving of an increase of salary. He had a lot of work to do, and he (the speaker) moved that he be granted a rise of £20 per year. Cr Stephens seconded. Hestated that since the secretary had been engaged he had had a lot of extra work, such as entailed by the new bathing box regulations, municipal sale yards, etc., and he thought he (the secretary) was entitled to £20 a year extra. Cr Male said that the last time the matter was brought up, he voted against it, but now, after the considerable amount of work the secretary had to do, he was of a different opinion, and would vote for the motion. The President said it was a most inopportune time to bring the .- ALIiii9',-There were old mem bers retiring in August, and they ( might lose them through the motion. On the other hand, if new men were r...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
TYABB. As will be seen per advertisement, the annual public meeting of the local hall will be held on Wednesday even ing next, 26th inst. For some years the committee has worked hard to improve, and at the same time to keep the building free of debt, so that it is not very encouraging to them to see only a dozen or so, at the annual meeting. Besides receiving the report and balance sheet, office-bearers re quire to be elected, including three committee-men who retire by effluxion of time. Two of these offer them selves for re election, hut the third has re-igned definitely, so that a new one is required.
Pleasant Conversazione. IN AID OF FRANKSTON CHURCH OF ENGLAND VICARAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
r. I Pleasant -Conversazione. IN AID OF FRANESTON CHURCH OF ENGLAND VICARAGE. What proved to be a most successful t- function, the prt ceeds of which went 1l towards the Frankston Church of ie England vicarage, took place in the y Frankston Mechanics' on Wednesday if afternoon and evening lst' in the ,, form of a conversazione. There e was only a moderate attendance in the afternoon, but that in the evening was much larger, in fact, eclifsing all n anticipations. Stalls were neatly a arranged in various portions of the hall, and a 'roaring' trade was done througheut the proceedings, the tak ings being sery satisfactory. The ladies, especially, worked strenuously in carrying the undertaking to a suc cessful issue, and much praise is due to them all for their indefatigable efforts. Those who were in charge of the different stal s, which were laden with a splendid array of articles, were -Fancy stail, lirs Reynolds, assisted by Mrs Dolman, Sweets, Mesldames Deane, Pownall. Ritchie and ...
"The Busy Bee." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
"The Busy Bee." One of our local apiarists had one of his hives upset by a meddle-ome per. son one day last week whilst he was away from home. His daughter and another young lady decided to rectify mattersand with a stick commenced to isrrape the bees back into their box. The bees resented this method of compulsion, and shlowed their resent ment by stinging the young ladies. This they stood with fortitude, and it was not till the bees atracked numor ous parts of their bodies that theyj decided to beat a hasty retreat. The lady of the house had been studying the harem skirt fashions and decided that if they were not becoming ar tistic they were at least useful, especi. allyin a case of this kind. So donning her husband's trousers and overcoat with belt over all, she mentally solved the problem of rehousing bees. The cempete harem scarem costume in. cluded ltha, veil and gloves. The veriest fashion novice in Carlyle's time could have recognised the harem costume; if not the person ins...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
HASTINGS. F The benefit concert and dance held last Friday, in aid of Mrs Neil and F family, was an unqualified success, the w amount realised-£30 163 3d-being C a record for Hastings ; and the ccm- al mittee deserve great praise for their tl work in organising and carrying out a' the effort. The hall was packed to its si utmost capacity, and a variod and in- I teresting programme was submitted ii by artists who camne, in sore cases, 1 from long distances to assist the cause. n The 11on. A. Downward occupied the s; chair, supported by Rey. B. C. A. Eva r (chairman of committee), and Crs s Woodhouse and Hodginu. There was a not one penny of expense, absolutely t everything being given, and the com- t mittee desire to thank the followinp s for suipplying everything necessary for b both concert and dance :-."The Stan dard," Misses Owesi, Campbell, Ryan, Perrott, Murray, Jenkins, Carey, and t the hall committee. The committee s desire to acknowledge the following donations :-Hon. A. Dow...
Frankston Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Frankston Train Service. A deputation from the residents of Frankston, introduced by Mr Down ward, M.L.A., urged upon the Railway Commissioners on Thursday the desir ability of effecting an improvement in the train service between Melbourne. and Frankston during the summer season The speakers were Hons. A. Downward and McBryde, Cr Ritchie, Mr llanton, and Major Campbell. They asked that the train which now runs to Carrum at 6.5 a.m., should be extended to Franks:on and return about 6.80; also that a train should be run between the 6 :0 p.m. and the 11.85 p.m. down trains to Frankston, to overcome the long break which at present exists in the schedule. The speakers furlher com plained of the sanitary accommodation existing at the local railway statjon. The.Conimissioners promised that, commenciiig with the summer service on December 1, the present morning train to Carrum would be extended to Frankston, as asked. Fo far as the night service was concerned, the Commissioners w- re quite...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Alex. Scott and Co report:-Dairy cattle-A heavy supply of both milk. era and springers. The market wae inactive, and prico a'll'rduind .'ruled decidely 16wer.' The, follnwing were the principal lots.-1 at £9 17s Gd, 4 to £8 2s Gd, 7 to £8, I at £7 1.5s, I at £7 10s, 2 to £6 17s Gd, 3 to £6 12s Gd. Sprineers-l at £8, 2 to £7 17T Gd, 3 to £7 7s 61, 2 to £6 15., 13 heifers at £3 16s. Stores-Good supply, competition dull and late rates were not maintained. Pigs--A good yarding of all descriptions ; baconers were in slightly better demand, al though very little alteraion in prices can be reported. Porkers were in firm request, and prices advanced from 8s to 4s from last week's rates. Qenta. tions-Heavy bacon 50 rGd, medium 44s, light to 39e; pork, heavy 30s, medium 30s, lighlt 25s, ,suckers, best. to 12s, gonod 10s, liglht, Gs to 8s. Calves -A moderate yarding, and still very dear: heavy vealers to 48s, medium BGs, light 29s, prime handyweirhts to 27s, m...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Telephone Directoiry. FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, M I -2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'larathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfield Park 5-s-ay, Mirs 6-Pettit. W. G., 'Standard' Ofice' 7-Ritchie and Co, T 8-Gr-mwade, H W, Myrtoon 9 10-Robertson, II, Solencia 11-elaxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. P C, Chemist a 13-M-illard, J3, Cab'Propriator 14-G-arrood, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, -W 18-Gregory. A. 19-Mackie and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall, A, bu' her 21-M?asterton. H, 'Iubria' 22-M'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamble, H
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston (Mondays, 10.15)- July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23, November 27. Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) July-, August 1, September 5, October 10, November 14. Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -July-, August ", September 7, October 12.November 16. -. Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, November 15. The aim of the proprietors of the "Standard" is to do all in their power to foster the continual material welfare of the district-but naturally the more liberally we are supported' the better paper we can produce, and the greater will be our opportunity to cater as an enterprising journal for the news wants of the community.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
r Y ! MACKIE· -u. ,,. WILLIAMIS "=- iizi .FAMILY BUTCJERS ;" Wr>Young Sireet Frankston X- tti, 1_ý p J~ AVING purchased Mr G. W. Wells I Butchering Busincr, respectfully -sr o js S !2l, i n inu ed1ho stacnage ( rY " ý' "''ý zwr eded to their predecerso PREST BEEF, POi. MUTTON Nt 'r J A4a ETc, rebh Daily. i ( iiISY/f ?,~~,A~ Fa ustu~C~~Yrl lws WATEDl~ e DAILY rou0anxa~: - ' 'r ýý11"ýýI/Ar 4'.yryVGr. ý _ '' 'ar ý trlt f ýý 1 ý1/ /iýýf ý+ý:ýjýJiy'7I" ý/~ta'p `(. AMIIESWAIID two- J,~ Nurse Ferguson OF"EUROA" PRIVATE HOSPITAL WRITES OF CLE[ 1TS TONIG Nurse M. E. Ferguson, who gives her opinion here of the con valescent value of Clements Tonic is a professional nurse well known in Melbourme nursing centres and has her own private hospital ' Euroa." Victoria. She is very popular throughout Victorian country nursing districts. Her testimony is of special interest to women suffering from Anaemia. Debility. Sick Headache. Bilious ness. Nerve Weakness, or seeking convalescence. We publish h...
Mornington Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 July 1911
Mornington Shire Council. I ORDL'ARY MEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting of the alove iwa. held on Thursday. Prr-e:.t --Crs Flood (prisident), Nun:n, Alton, Stephens, Male, Bar rett. Grover, Lobl, and Bradford. COI:RE'PONDI" NC\. From E. Sttedman and three others, drawrng attention to bad 1 condition of the road, from the corner of Barkly street to the beach.-The President: It would be best to defer it until the end of the financial vwar.-Cr Stephens said thern- were only a few loads of grave4ecquired. IHe moved that two men tc put on for a couple of days to do the work.-Cr Bradford secouejd.-Cr Nunn moved as an amendment that the matter be left in the secretary's hands.-Seconded by Crs Alston, and carried.-Cr .Stephens: Just because I moved a motion, an amendment, of course, must be adopted.- Councillors : No! Ne! Department Lands and Survey, stating it had been decided to. re voke the reservation of the site for watering purposes at Moorooduc, a'd to bifer the land for sale by p...