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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
-1ni:4~//I, A 4 II 14%x~ )fw ...................... ................................ 5he Rev. J. for eleven years pastor of the Woolongabba Presbyterian Church. Brisbane, and Principal of the Theological School estab lshed there, writes of the great health-creating powers of Clements ==Tonic== He is a strong, intellectual thinker, an effective preacher, and is well remembered by his brilliant ser mons and lectures. Discoursing upon Clements Tonic, he writes: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. S"A.- spirit of gratitude prompts' ie to say that Clements Tonic did for me what it has.done so well for others. I suffered from ner %ousa breakdown?: through overwork, and my choice fell upon your medici?e, which restored me-?;ith surprising speed. When the same con dition arises, I now promptly check it. Above a!l, Clem ents Tonic induces natural and refreshing sleep, allowing. Nature to work her own cures-and what can be better said of a remedy than that? You can use this as you wish. (Sgnd) : Z pRevd. J. ...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION MORNINGTON v. HASTINGS. History repeated it-elf at Morning ton on 8 turday, when the locals won by 69 points against Hastings. Two years ago Mornington defeated Has ings by seven goals to two on their own ground, and that year it was the only defeat Hastings received in the competition. Great dissatisfaction was expressed at the umpire appointed not turning up. Messrs T. Hutchins and W. Perriam umpired the game, and, al. though they did their best, the ,up. porters on both sides were not satisfied. Thegame was fast and furious, and several playeas were laid out. Morningtoa had one of their days out, and could not go wrong. Almost every man came out of his shell, and even luck went with them too. They got everything, even goals, against the wind. Haetings wore never.in it: all .day, and had to battles'ikrd for the points they got. Clydeadale (Mornington) kicked three goals, and was the best man on the ground, playing clean football, and won d have stre...
BALNARRING v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
BALNARRING v. FRANK?STON. -These teams met at Balnarring on Saturday for the third time this season. On the last occasion Frankston were weakened by the non-appearance of several enthusiastic motorists, whose car broke down, and the team suffered defeat. This time, however, motors were dispensed with as being too risky, and the whole team undertook the journey per means of vehicles - the slower but certainly the surer way. Cocse quently, each club had a strong eigh teen afield, .though Balnarring were without Hoskins, Alexander and Dryden, whilst the visitors missed the services of Sherlock, Rudduck and Gabriel, so both teams were on an equal footing. On the bounce Frankston were first to attack, but the forwards could only manage to score behinds. Goals, however, followed and at the first change thos.visitors had the lead, which they held right through out. Lawrence in this term scored a fine goal for the home team. It the second tirm, Balaarring, who were overpowering in the the r...
The Shire Roads. DEPARTMENTAL ASSISTANCE SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
The Shire Roads. DEPARTMENTAL ASSISTAN?E SOUGHT. A deputation from the Frankstcn and. Hastings shire, consisting of Crs Ritchie, Baxter, Oates, Griffeth, and the secre tary (Mr Jones), wasee introduced by Mr Downward, MI.L.A., who said that a grant was desired for special and urgent works. At present there was a ls 6d. rate, and the valuation was so high that. it could not be sustained'if questionedin the courts. Councillor Griffetholnd other members of the deputation explained that £500 was required, mostly .for the main road running from the city to the-. end of the peninsula. 3Mr Edgar-There is a' good deal of military tsaf ic there. Have you con sidered the question of asking the Com monwealth to contribute something to wards the upkeep? Cr Griffeth : We tried it once, but without success. Mr Edoar : They are drawing money from local sources with their land tar, and they are using the roads largely. I think it only fair that they should pay something. It is a proposition they wi...
Junior Football. FRANKSTON ROVERS v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
• Junior Football. FRANKSTON ROVERS v. TYABB. A very evenly contested game between the above mentioned teams at Frankston on Saturday resulted in the home club winning by 8 points. The day was not very promising, and before the third quarter started, rain began to fall, and continued through the rest of the game. The Frankston team, who had been unsuccessful in previous matches, put their best eighteen in the field, and worked energetically together all through. The visitors had the stronger team of the two and tried hard to score a victory. For the winners, Gabriel, 'Stevens, Bolger (2), Biggs, Lam bert and Bethune proved best; whilst for Tyabb, Denham, F. Mills, Longmuir, Clarke and Fraser showed conspicuous form. The scores were :-Rovers, 7-5; Tyabb, 5-9. The goal kickers for Frank ston were G. Bolger (3), Gabriel (2), McKenzie and Bray; for Tyabb, Patterson (z), Clarke, Mills and Fraser. Mr Garrood umpired the game. - Report of Somerville v. Tyabb match received too late for+,ub...
The Poor of Mornington. NOVEL PROVISION IN A WILL. COURT SANCTIONS ALTERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
The Poor of 'Mornington. 10 .4 NOV3L PROVISION IN I WILL. COURT SANOTIONS ALTER ATIONS. A reserved judgment relating to the interpretation of the will of Charles Wright, formerly hotelkeeper of Melbourne (says "The Age)" was given by Mr Justice a'Beckett in the Probate Court recently. Testator, by his will made in 1898, bequeathed an estate valued at £45,000 to James Westley and another trustee, who had bince died. The trustees were to sell and covert all the estate, with the exception of some lands in the county of Mornington-in regard to which the originating summons was brought. Very larke legacies were left for the benefit of various charitable institu tions; but instead of giving the legacies direct to the institutions, the trustees were directed to invest in the manner prescribed by the will, and to pay the annual income to the treas urers of the institutions. As to the Mlornington lands, the trustees were given leasing powers, apd were directed to pay the set rents to the ahr...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
TYABB. --t On Thursday evening. 27th ult, a meet ing of the parsbuners ,: the local Church c! England was held, with the objet of obtaining a pieceof land and building a church thereon. After vatios sites had been discussed, it was decided to accept an offer made by Dr Pe.eobck, of half an acre for £25. When the ground is obtained special efforts are to be made ti collet enough money to build a church straight away. - As will be seen is another column, an extraordinary pcblio meeting will be held in the local hall on Monday, 14th inst. This meeting is being called by various residents who do not anree with a motion which was carried at tBe last annual public meeting of the hall, by which the E(lri tion Department is to ray douhlo the rent previously paid, or. as an alternative, to reduce the school to two classes only.. Wi*h a view to hurrying uip the Department with the intewlnl new school, the school com mittee quite recently gave notice that the rent would be raisedi ?0 per cent,...
Mornington Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
Mornington Golf Club. A meetion of those interested in the resusci :nion of the above club was held in the MIo:,initon library on Wednesday evening. As fa as p slic interest Is enncerned, the success of the club is assured, as there was an excellent atten. dancs of those who had promised thrir support. Under the chains'nnebip of Cc I:. Nuns, the meering decided to aga'n form the club, and .office-bearers sere elected and the rates of subseriptions for members agreed upon. alr W. S. Cook was urasimously elected p es leut, nud the following commti:ee appointed: Messrs Townsend, Barrett and M'Arthnu, and Mledames Townsend and ('Gormau. Mr D. J. B. Tait was elected secretary and creasurer. Those who have pro mised to subscribe are requested to send along the amounts, so that much neces sary work may be put in hand before the visitors begin to arrive. The improvement of the links is de cidedly a forward step, and although perhaps Morni-'gton may not be able to "sport" such renownod 'inks...
Mornington Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
Mornington Progress As sociation. At the monthly meeting of the above Association it was decided to plant and fence several hundreds of ti-tree on the foreshore, which work has since been carried out. Word was received from the Postal Department that, in com pliance with their request, a new Commonwealth telephone was being installed in the Mornington post office; also from the Railway Department, stating that as soon as plans of the new railway station were ready, they would be for warded to the local railway station for inspection. A letter was received from the Shire Council, consenting to put incandescent burner on lamp at Presbyterian Church, and to pro vide material for tree guards along Pier road; also stating that the engineer had been instructed to re port as to cost, etc., of fencing cliff. The committee reported having planted seven oaks along Pier road, and erected tree guards around same.
THE FRANKSTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
THE FRANKSTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. TO TIIE EDITOLR. Sir,-I bel;ire the old Frankston istrictr Trbgress Association perished some time ago from inani tion. Like Minerva who sprang ready a:med from Jove's head, the Frankston Progieis League arose ready armed to work wonders in the i, prouement of our lovely township and its sur-oundings. Has this body also died a natural death, or sleepeth it only ? If the latter,its -lnmbers are uncommonly profound. -Wnen was the last committee meeting ? When was a reportof the proceedings last pub lished? Has the tr-susrer any funds in hand ? When was any progressive work of any kind or description last done? In passing through the streets one sees dilapi dated tree guards in every direction offending the eye. Broken branqhea of trees remain dangling untended. Many of the tiees plan ed criginally hy'the Progress Association are in a de plorable condition for want of attention. If ai y funds exist, why should they not lie employed in putting the trees an...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) RAGGED BOYS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) RAGGED BOYS' CONCERT. Sir,-Will you kindly acknow ledge that we have received, per Cr T. Ritchie, the sum of £13 5s by cheque, 4s cash, and a donation from the committee of the Me chanics' Institute of 7s 6d, making in all £13 16s 6d, the proceeds of a concert recently held in aid of our home at Frankston. On behalf of the committee and the matron, Mrs Bolger, I beg to tender our sincere thanks to the promoters, Mr W. Pettit and Mr J. Jolly; also to the committee and others who kindly aisisted to make the entertainment so successful.-Yours, etc., W. MINTON, Hon.-Supt. Melbourne, 2 8 11.
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
CAR1iUM. M[r. Downward, M.L.A., introduced a deputation of Frankston residents to thie Railway Commissioners on Thurs day, in'regard to the service during the summer r ,nths. They stated that with the present service they are unable to get their mails. and newspapers until late in the morning. They asked that the train which was timed to leave Car rum at 6.14 n.m. should be scheduled to commence its journey frcm -Frankston, and a train between 0.20 p.m. and 11.35 p.m.- should be added to the ser vice from M?elbourne to Frank-ston, as at present residents were incon venieiced by-the long interval between trains. They furtlier wanted improve ments at the Frankston station, ?nd the addition of a corridor car to the service. The Commissioners promised that, commencing with the next summer time table, the train which now leaves Car rum for Melbourne at 6.14 a.m. would he started from Frankston. They ivere prepared to extend the 8.30 p.m. train to Frankston, but they understood that resid...
LAME BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
LAMEI l' K. This ailment is u'ually caused by rhen ldia.a f' he muscle* and may be cured byerp:yin e'h,mherlain's Pani IBam tar or th.e timen a day, ant rubt.ieg the part vigorr.alr at .-ach app'iration. If ti.- d.e' not niford relief bi', on a piece of BA-unl damp"neen w th Chamberlain's Pain Banm, ard aliefI E fure to fol:ow. &S:d by ial sto. ekepers
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
DROMANA. Court Dna.-There war one ease listed for hearing at the lhal court on Tuesday Costatble Joyes / proceeded against Samuel Ralston B?alouring, for not bhaing his child faccina*ed. Defeanint was fined lOs. 3r V. Tanner, P.M, was the presiding to gistate. Golf-It ha ?n dc de t to e rcr ive stils on rbe golf links to obriate the neceeaitr of getting through the various 2.nce;. on some of which is barbed wire. P.culiar Aceident.-A painful accident bhppened to Miss Katie Townsend on sanday lisL In endeavoring to frighten a pet cockatoo from the 'ranch of a pine tree, Miss Townsend threw a bamboo, measuring some ten to twelve feet, up wards, and the heavy end, in descending. cut into the right eye, severing the carti ages and uarrswly escaping the eyeball Dr Weld was summoned, a,'d it was found necessary to put in sereral stitches. Miss Townsend is renovering from the shock, and it is hoped no ill effects will ensemue. Departure.-Much regret has been ex pressed at the removal of M1...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
£0 KEEP YOUR IONGOE FROM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pass, Before you speak, three gates of gold, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true ?" Then "Is it needful ?"-in your mind; Give' truthful answer; and the next,. If you are tempted to reveal A tale to you someonue has told, Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?" And if, to reach your lips at last, . It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the rnsult of speech may be. S-Seleeted.
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
Help your Newspaper. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PLINTING. If you dont feel able to ran an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, en. velopes, and all business printing tol execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one free noticee he gives you and your town, but don't give it to the printer or job printing office that can give )ou no .such. return, nd fI s poeding neother tlnte; money, nor brains in helping you to build up your town. The time may come when a newsr paper can live simply on the revenue de rived from advertising and subscriptions hot no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist without the auxiliary sup port derived fiom job printing. Therefore, if you want a go, d sewspaper, one that can still further hold advance your town, give it your Jon PaINTINs.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
*Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brody,. M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 Campbell, Major, Ameefield Park 5-HIIa, Mrs 6-Pettit. W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7--titchie and Co, T 8-Grnmwade, H W, Myrtoon 9 10-Robertson I, Selenia 1 1 - M a x w e ll, b r S - •-O , , 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propnotor 14--Oarrood, C 15-Booth, (G W 16-Plowman. Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. A 11 19--Mackie and Williams, butchers 20-Coxall,-A, butcher 21-Mastorton. II, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, LU, storekeeper 23-Gamble, H
LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME' PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
tlS'T "F GAMIE AND NATIVE GAME PROTECI'ED IN ViCTORIA. Under the Second and Third Fchedules of the Game Act 1890. 'aE WHiOLs YEAR. - All Australian F?una (with the exception'of Snakes) in the 1National Parks and Public Gardens, Acanthizoe or Tats. Babblers, pears (see ."stave Bears), "Boeeeaters; -Black Ccka. I tcor, Black Svwans, Black.tated or Rock 1'ebbler Parrots, lircng-winged and other wild pigeons, Bustard or Wild Turkey, i lifornian Quall, Caterpillar-catchers, Chata (see Ephthianuras), Coach.whip I:irde, Cockatoos, black, Crones-all birds known as Cranes, such As Herons, Egrets, &c. (except the Native.Ccmpanion or Aus. Italian tane), Cuckos, Guckoo shrikes, Curlews (ree Southern `tone Plover, ke.), D.eer. Djve=, J:av, Turtle. Doves Wild, Egrets (s?u Cranes, &c.). Emus, Ephthian urns or Cliats, Fan.toils, Fly.catchers, Frogmouth or Podargus and Mopokee, Graucalus Family, all members of. Herons (ete Cranes),.lbis, Java Turtle Doves Kangaroos, Bllack-faoed or I...