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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

SOSERV1LLE. 1-Griffeib, G

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

S-TYABB. In last week's issue, thoi eappeared a paragraph referring to an extraordi nary public meeting to be held here on Monday evening nexi. A state moat was niade to the effect t hat "with a view to hurrying up the Department with the new school, the school com inittee quite recently gave notice that tlie reht would be raised, etc." It. shou'd have read, "the hall .committee 'gave notice,' and this correction is. made to prevent anyone making a lot out of an error, whether clerical or typographical. The Happy H6ur Club will hold its half-yearly meeting to night (Satur day), when the balance-sheet will ne submitted, and the election of office. bearers for the next half-year will tale p ace. From some source or other his sprung the idea that th' club sluhuld be closed for a couple of mJntlhs. Had the idea been given voice to threo months ago, it might have been car ried into effect, but at the present time, with best part of the year cluse to us, the majority of the membeis is opp...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

LUOCAL AND ENERAL Owing to extreme pressure on -our space this week, many interesting items, includiug fancy dress ball at Flinders, Langwarrin news, football notes, etc., are crowded out of this issue. They will ap; pear in our next. Mr G. Wilson, the prominent player of the Merniington Football Club, wishes to thank his team for the handsome wed ding present they so generously gave him.-Advt. Lambing is now general on the Penin sula. It is expected there will be a good percentage, although on some places, Coolant and Barraguuda, the foxes have proved very troublesome. George Morce, an old offender, was arrested by Constable Rawlings on the 3rd Inst. at Sorrento, for drunk and disorderly conduct. He was brought 'sefore Mr W. J. Hill J.P., next morn ing, antd fined 10s, in default 48 ho urs imprisonment. Mr Jensen has sold 70 acres near the Bittern railway station for £12 per acre to M1r Slacey, acting on behalf of the coal mining company wi-ich is operating at Crib Point. The land ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

sit- ej-4 ~ ~ 61 : > ý ýi , @ i ' . r y . . . i ý 'i . , i ftIi C r ý " ý ý i: y }:nK" ; ý ý'uly,, rlt;,S?,iYj r! iw. ý ._/ V wý OAi SrllNAP1J,.ý''ý,ýF'/i " . y1Sdý,: r~wwr/ý1~lSý Notice to Correspondents All cimmunications must he addressed to the Editor, and not personally to any member of the staff. Lengthy commuricntions must be in the Editor'shands not later than the Thour day preceding publication day, to A?rnre their insertion. I A MIC A Letter all Vally Exhausted Women should think over. It tells the Story of a Wonderful Cure by, Clements Tonic A Hobart Citizen Thanks Clements Tonic for Saving her Life, arid writes thus: 132 Liverpool Street. Hobart. 21/11/10. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.. "Clements Tonic is the most wonder ful medicine known. "I have been for 28 years in business in Hobart. Years ago I was operated upon for Hydatids of the Liver.: Con tinrous ill-health followed. I tried many. doctors and medicines which failed. '. "I suffered from LOSS OF MEM ORY AND-SLEEP. NERV...

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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brody, M 2-Hogan, J. --Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4 Campbell, Major, Ame:feld Park 5-Hay, Mrs G-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Oi0e' 7-Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grnmwade, H W, Myrtoon U 10-Robertson, 1I, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 18-Millard, J. Cab Proprietor 14--Garrood, C 15-Booth, G W 16--Pluwman, Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Grogcry, A H 19-Mackie and Williams, butchers 20-Cozall, A, butcher 21-Mastorton, II, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamble, H

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SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

SOVERVILLE v. HASTINGS. These teams met for the third time this season on the Somerville ground on Saturday, and a good game re. sulted, the ground being in good order after the rain. The play was very fast. Hastings were without Amen dola, Sposito, Gomm, and Perriam, whi!e Somerville missed the services of J. West and Thornell. The game was played in a friendly spirit.'" Somer ville, having the wind, were the first to score, Griffeth kicking firstpoint for the home team. The kick-off was marked by Robinson, who passed to Boulter in the centre, and' Francis scored first point for Hastings. Somer ville rallied, and F. Murray, from a long kick, scored the home team's initial goal. Hastings then rushed mattersFrancis putting in some good work. He gave Reed a chance, but his kick fell short. At quarter time, the scores were, Somerville, 1-1 ; Hast inas, 2 behinds. Hastings, having the wind in the second quarter, soon had Somerville's backs hard at work. Robinson from a nice mark scored ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

SAMUEL MERRIMAN Engineer, Brassfounder, and Spray Pump Maker, :611A LITTLE LONSDALE STREET WEST: Fruitgrowers who use MERRIMAN'S SPRAY PUMPS always recommend others. Fittings made of Brass and Gunmetal. Importer of Special Brass Tubes. Power Spray Pump There is 20 Years Experience at the back of this Pump, ----SAMUEL MERRIMAN, '. BRA1SSOUNDER, ENGINEER, &c., - ',LITTL l'.' I. ' i, Spencer-straot) MELBOURNE SDiamonds - Jewellery - Silverware. I You don't buy jewellery with the same fiequency that you buy other things, and if you buy the wrong kind it will be a source of annoyance and loss to you. Good jewellery is of all gifts the most welcome to the recipient. and no matter whether you understand jPwellery or not, you are assured of fair and honorable dealing at Dunkliugs. We manufacture all our jewellery, and when purchasing from us you pay no intermediate or wvarehou'o profits and will nave at least 25 per cent of the price you would have to p y your local jeweller. Fill u...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

?I ORNI NGTON. Mr J. G. Barrett reports i 3rd ... 7 points 42th ...4 l2th ... .1 ,, 18th ...... . 13 -18th .... .... "... 21st ... ..89 22nd . .. ... 6 28th ... . 5 29th 2 -To t' 226iTta Attention is directed to tleiadvertise ment notifying a public meetingoif rate payers of the.Shire of Moruingtddolonm Tuesday evening, when the candidates for the coming election will put forvtird their views. -., The individual named Frank Mileswho decamped with some cash belonging toMr: W. B. Cunningham; of Frankston, wason" Wednesday arrested at St. Kilda under?; th nlame of Dow. He has 'several e charges to answer for in addition to the one at Frankston. Several important auction sale notices appear in this issue, viz.-August 28th, Mr ;Cairn's up-to-date farm at Boneo; August 16th, 329 acres of good grazing land at Mt Eliza ; August23rd, at Tyabb, Mrs Vann's household furniture; Au gust 17th, Hastings monthly market; August 30th, household furniture, at the Mechanics' Institute, Mornington. Plan...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9TH. AN INSANITARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9TH. AN INSANITARY SCHOOL. The usual monthly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday. Present-Crs Wood house (President), Cole, Griffeth, Murray, Hodgins, Ritchie, Oates Baxter and Perrott. CORRESPONDENCE. From ratepayers owning pro perties abutting on Denham-road, Tyabb, drawing attention to bad 4 state of road at the crossing near \th-. properties of Messrs Young and Krcroue.-The secretary said he had inspected the road. There were a few holes in it, and the ti tree wt- over-hanging the road, but the crosing mentioned was the' only place that could be much com plained of.-Cr Cole thought the road was not so bad. It was a boundary road, aad might be left till next financial year.-Cr Hodg Ing moved-tha.'Wendere-?te calred for grubbing the ti-tree and clearing the .!rin near J. Grant's corner, so that the water would be taken away from the crossing in question. -Cr Murray seconded, and the m,,ti.,n was carried. Langwa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

E. Rudduck, JETTY STORE; DROMANA. S'CWL hos a Fula -t.,k ,f -. WOOD SIOUSE'S Well-known Spedal Resnedies, which h*v., bern u-ed with such wonderful suawrs f.,r over 40 years. Orders sent to D amn-c or direct to t. Elilda forwarded by teturn post. PRESCEIPrIOYi .A SPEcIALITY G. WOODHOUSE. CHEMIST 43 FITZROY STREET, ST. KILDA ALSO BtRANCHl I ARMSTRONG STREET, MIDDLE PARK. TeL 80. Windsor The East Malvern Stores d Firewood DeNot. Century. 1W W HOWARTH wishes to intimate that he is prepared to BUY New Laid EGGS in any quantity, best prices given Attends Cranbourne and Dande noeg markets every week COSeIGNSMENTS can be forwarded to CAULFIELD STATION, no deductions for commission, etc. Results in full and cheque upon arrival. A trial solicited. vatisfaction assured Postal address: Waverley Road. East ?Ialvern. Phone 12, Malvarn 510 Public Ilotice. E. Worrall (Late of Nhill) FIRES to intimate that he has par chased 3Ir Bray's Business as a Hairdresser and - - - Tobacconist. BAY STREET, FRA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and . . JEWELLER Late of Fermiy, Ireland, now o -Clydebank," MORNINCTON, A ASOUXCES that he is prepared to WATCgv CIOCe and JBW&LLRE?~Y R EPAIRS. ; Order can be left with Mr R. Annear, Grocer. Morni?gtnz; Mr Rudduck, Uro maa-; Miesars Sunn aid Sons, Somer ville; orai 'Clydetank," Dromman Road. Private residences visited byappointment. Carrier..MeEs Cairns Pnd Willams, a - Clydebank" daily, and will deliver crders entrusted to them. Estimates gven for repairs, if desired. before proceeding with them. 260 J. MILL&RD, ARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parels and Lugst e received and promptly dOliUered. Ho.ses aan Vebhilej for hire. Prices reasible ettern and Telegams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited .n for O'ders......... Prime Meat Oily K-pt ............... Smal: Goods of Every Decription Fresh Daily. Riles and Skins Bmghlt............... Phrmaceutical & Dispen...

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Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, JULY 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911

Flinders and Kangerong Council. SATURDAY, JULY 29a. The usual monthly meeting of the above council was held at Dromana on Saturday, the following being pre set :-Crs Buck'ey, Clarke, Terry, Austin, Ruddock, Haig, Davis, and Stanley. The first named was vored to the chair, and as Mr Thompson, the secretary, was absent-(not yet hav ing recovered from the serious accident he met with in the early part of the month, Cr Ruddock read the corres pendence. aRVISION COURT. The council sat as a court for tevis ing the lists Several claims were allowed. and others disallowed, and the lists were then certified to and ordered to be printed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Health Department, stating that an inspection of septio tank at Marlborough House, Portsea, revealed that adequate and proper provision for dealing with the affluent had not been made. It was requested that council take the necessary steps to have same _o.e--Copy of letter ti be forwarded Public Works Department, re dam age to reer, ation...

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Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Help your Newspaper. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PIINTING. If you dent feel able to run an advertisement. surely yen can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, en. velopes, and all business printing to execute. The newspaper wan needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and o.e free notices he gives you and your town. but don't give it to the printer or job printing offire that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, no: brains in lielpin you to build up yorr rived fros advertising and subscriitions Ibut no ordinary newspaper in an ordiarry town can exist without the auxiliary sup. port derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a go d newspaper, one that can still further held advance yoar town, give it your Jon PmaOTNso.

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

SOBBENTO, 1-Continental 2-Allan, JD 3--Smital, H B H 4-Smith, WS H 5-Goodall, John 6-Lowbard. J

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

SOMERVILLE, 1-Griffeth, G

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

DROMANA. 1-?udduck, E 2-Clamenger, H 3r 8-South Channel Lighthouse 4--Edwards, 0 8

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

MORNINGTON. 1-Harrison, L 2-Korner, W A, auctioneer 3-O'Gorman, Mrs

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Dandenong Market. TUESDAY, 15TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Dandenong Market, TUESDAY, 15rTh AUGUST. - Alex. Scott and Co., report :-Dairy Cattle : A heavy supply of milkers and a moderate yarding of springers came for ward. With the exception of a few choice cows which sold well; the tone of the market throughoue was exceptionally dull, and sales were difficult to effect at low rates. ' Quotationas-Milkers : 1 at £8 10s, 3 to £8 5s, 1 at £7 17s Gd, 3 to £7 15s, 3 to £7 5s, 3 to £6 1Os. Springers: I at £8 10s, 9 to £5 15s, 3 to £5 103. Store Cattle : A moderateyarding, which sold at ibout-late rates. Pigs : A good supply of all descriptions. The market was very depressed, and prices showed a further decline from last week's low rates. Baconers, extra quality 12s, good 46s, medium 38s ; porkers, extra, 36s, prime medium 31s, light 23s to 25s ; suckers, a large yarding, which sold at extremely low rates; best los, others is to 8s. Calve : A moderate yarding, includiag 3 pens of prime heavy vealers, which sold readily at full rates. Prime extra...

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Frankston Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Frankston Police Court., At the Frankston court on MIondayj before Messre V. Tanner, P. f., and B. Baxter, J.P., Constable O'Shannessy charged Nichclas'Amendola, of Hastings, with offensive behaviour at the Balrar ring-Hastings football match on June 24th. Herbert Francis, James. Wilson, Her- bert Knox, and James'Hodgins gave evi-. dence, but stated they s?aw no offensive behajor or heard no bad language on accused's part. Mr dodgins said heAent tor the police; as he thought. Amendola, who was drunk, might injure himself. The.P.3M. dismissed the case. Constable O'Shannessy also proceeded against Frank Gould for shooting on Sunday at Hastings. MIe Cook appeared for defendant, and elated hedid' not know he was doing wrong. Hie client, who was a respect. able Melbourne citizen, did not want to be branded as a law breaker, and he (IMr Cock) asked that the case be dismissed,. on Mr Gould placing say £1 in the poor box. The P.M. said he .did not generally accede to such a request, but in ...

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Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of first named club. THIRD ROUND. August 12 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of first-named club. THIRD ROUND. August 12 Hastings v, Frankston Balnanrrig v. Somerville Mornington a bye

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