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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911
Sts Notice. T'rHE PCiGK CLYDESDALE STALLION "?TILL .an.t1 I i- :?:rcu at "Rarrcws Green," 100kOODUC(near State Srchel., .d tr-.' v. !- urrounding Districts. Sire IIwn,. g - ,, ,'.. ei . re, dam !iadam. g dam by Sil William (imp). TE31'--.e 3- -'!: : i..', .':, t irvice, and balance when mare proves in foal Every c~e tal.a u 0 o .ri . isintlity incurred G. 1I. GRINDAL, Owner .:ern' f. Tg! ·ty and Co., Live Stock Insurance To Stand this .k-r'. at Green Hills, EO.> :.Uiv, The Wel known PIny Stall on DANDY, DANDY is a iplendr-i% built dapple bay Pony, foaled 1907, and stands -about 13. hbndo hieb, wrth plenty of bone and splendid ac'i.... His sie was owned by iMr Grimwa. e, ef "Coollait" Station. His dam is a well compact r,,mmy Dodd muae. which gained first prize at the Flinders Shnw, in 1907, wilh foal at foot. Dandy has stood two ee.'o s. and bha ..-.. r J .- glen'tid harnenE poLY Terms--£1 led, withb grass. Every . are taken of mare., Ltt no responsibility. P. PURVEP+. Pen-in-san...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and -- JEWELLER Late of Ferzz.y. I:eland, now o "Clydebank," MORNINCTON. WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELLERY REPAIRS. Orders can be left with Mr R. Annear, tlreer, MIorningtoL; Mr Rudduck, Dro asna; Messrs Nunn and Sons, Somer ville; orat ClydeLbank," Dremana Road. Private residences visited by appointment. Carriers. Mesrs Cairns and Willisms, pas" Clydebank" daily, and will deliver orders entrasted to them. Istimates given for repairs, if desired. eaeere proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Luogare received a.d promptly delivered. Ho.se and V.hiclea for hire. Prices re.sdisbie etters and Telegrams prompt'y attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Wsted . n for Onlers......... Prime MeJ t O.jy K ft'.................. Smin!: ools of Every Ds.'rilption Freeh Daily. aidne and Skins Ilaght................ F. G. CIAMBEG[IN, Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, . . F...
THE ELECTIONS. TWO SITTING COUNCILLORS DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911
THE ELECTIONS. TWO SITTING COUNCILLORS DEFEATED. - There was an unusual amount of interest this year in the municipal elections in the three Peninsula shires, and the number of votes iecorded was considerably higher than on recent occasions. New blood gained three seats, and two retiring" representatives failed to secure re-election. In the MORNINGTON SHIRE There were four candidates for the three vacancies. Cr Bradford did not seek re-election, and of the other two retiring representatives, Cr Alston was returned, the rejected member being Cr Nunn, who has had a-long and creditable career at the council table. Major C. W. Campbell, of "Amesfield Park," topped the poll, securing 373 votes. The Major's committee worked energetically, and the candidate did likewise, and his popularity and well-known enterprise resulted in a solid vote being polled in his avOi:. O-oritlol2 wnl-nae-uneu cessful the previous year, was placed a good second on the list, the ratepayers recognising that his ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL; Next issue M?r W. T. Sach, watchmaker and jeweller, Mormington, will have an important business announcement. Watch our first page. Mr Fred Parrett, dental surgeon, notifies in this issue that he intends visiting Mornington monthly as usual, and may be consulted at Mrs Foster's, "Claremont," Main street. Croft Bros., the enterprising and ener getic Somerville storekeepers, are now holding a big sale, at which bargains abound. They have distributed detai'ed satlebills, printed at the "Standard" office, andreport that business is booming. Messrs T. R. B. Morton and Son, through their auctioneer, Mr J. L. Parkes, announce that they will conduct an important clearing sale on Cain's farm, Bonep, near Rosebud, on Monday, 28th inst. Full particulars in another column. Sincentaking over the conductorship of the St. Paul's Church choir at Fraakston, Mr Aisbitt has made a great .improve. ment. On Sunday evening last the choir sang an anthem, " Rejoice," which was was credit...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911
Obituary. It is with regret we record the death &nbsp; of an old and highly respected resident of Mornington in the person of Mrs Hutchins (sen), which occurred at her late residence, Main Street, Morning- ton, on Tuesday morning last, at the &nbsp; age of 72 years. The deceased lady had been ailing for some considerable time from cancer, and bore her suffer- ings patiently. She was born at Maitland, N.S. W. and arrived on the peninsula over 64 years ago, living at Osborne and afterwards at Morn- ington. The remains were interred in the Mornington cemetery on Thursday afternoon, the funeral being well atten- ded. The Rev Mr Nye officiated at the graveside, and Mr Sumnerland carried out the mortuary arrangements.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
* Telephone Directory. TRANKSTON. 1-Brady, 3 2-Hogan, J. 3-?owan, 'Marathon.' 4 --Campholl, lMajor, Amesfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs G-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Ofice' 7--Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grimwade, H W, Myrtoon 9-i-r James Grice, "Moondah" 10-Robertson, II, Selencia 11 -Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. P C, Chemist 13=-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor 14-Garrood, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schultz, W 18-Gregory. A H 19-Mackie and Walliams, butchers 20-Coiall, A, butcher 21-Masterton. 11, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamb!o, H - 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula'
Lodge Notes. MORNINGTON A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
Lodge Notes. MIORNINGTON A.O.F. The Court Star of Mornington A.O.F. held their usual monthly meeting on Monday evening lasc, when.ihere,was oa.¢umderato.: attend ance of members. Mr S. Sherlock and 'Mr C. Ralph were initiated full mean bars of the Order and suitably -re sponded to the Foresters' fire. Af er much discussion it was do aided to celebrate the 47th nuniversary of the caut by holding % ball, and the followig committee was appointed to carry out the necessary arrangements : -Bros. J. Burnell, J. Hiiles, F. Berg lund, A. Bedgood, E: Bradford, 1. Garlick and U. Parsons. Particulate re ball will appear in our next 'issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
Eggs Cu ggs Make Hlay While j, The Surn Shines HIAS. W. eLARKE'S ALL WHITE Poultry Farm ?-For TWO Months Only -l Settings of Famous Laying Strains 3/ per Setting A Great Chance to Secure Valuable Layers. Incubator Lots Greatly Reduced - £1 per 100 Postal Address: Frankston, Inspectioq ofPoultry Farm hllvited Orders Can be Left at the " Standard" Office. II[AS. W. CLARKE Ilate Poultry ex pert of Dookie "lege for 7 years, desi.esto intimate thas he has started business as above, and repared to supply Great LAYING STRAIN of EGGS. White LEGHORNS and WYANDOTTES only, at the low price . of 5s 6d per setting.- The Wyccffe Padman, Sunnyhurst, in Leghorns; also D'ookie and Sherwell's American White _?l ýa ýb"t. i Wyandottes, best laying strain in the ?? ' s Colonies; proved by two seconds in Dobkie competition, under my charge at5s Gd per settin. :: -.... if LIIO NS ALL WIIITE POULTRY FARM TO LAY A PAY Frankston." iREAT : PUSHED=FOR=ROOM : SALE . .F . ... -3. . ...... ... L.. ___ Most of the...
MORNINGTON I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
MlORNINGTON I.O.R. The quarterly meeting of the Morn. ington Tent I O.R. was held on Tues dayevening last, when there was a very poor attendance for a quarter n;ght Ai.parently the membntrs Irhv so few spare evenings at their disposal that they cannot possibly attend their lodge meetings four times a yemir. • The Mornington brach has been very unfortunate in losing three mem bers by clearance to other Teuts, an have initiated one iew member during tite quarter. They aote negotiating with the Somerville branch for a debate to try and stir up a little interest in the tent, which should prove very interesting and amusing, as they expect to unert th new speakers for the occasion, but are prep red for thlle same result as when they played Somerville quoits-defeat. The junior branch lias a menmber ship of over 30, and an average attend. ance at their meetings of 20--an object lesson to the adult membners.
[?] OPTICIAN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
SEDELSTEN, Optician; will be in . attendance at Tait', Pharmacy tIORININGTON, on the FIRST MON. DAY in each month; and FRANK STON, the LAST T'UEISDAY in each moneth. He also attends Patients at heir homes if required. Old and im ecunious persons can have their eye: ested and glasses provided without fhare. Moods,Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. lsGd
FRANKSTON M.U.I.O.O,F. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
FRANKSTON M.U.T.O;O,F. This lodge continues to prosper and on 60. Last meeting was quarter night, when there was a good" attend ance oE members. The run of initia tions was continued, Bro. R. Bates being the member installed. The secretary reported the finances in a satisfactory state. The sick pay has been ca led upon a good deal during the quarter. A letter was received from.Bro. E. Carley, of. Deepdeno, who has had a lengthy run of had luck and bad health, thanking his old lodge members for enquiries concerning his health, and though some was far from good he thought he wns progressing. P.G. Pettit was appointed delegate to the District Meeting. '
The Rainfall. FOR AUGUST. RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
The , Rainfall. FOR AUGUST. RECORDED AT TTABB.. MIr A S Ereroase, "Bullarto," Tyabb, re ports for month of August:- " 1st ...... ... 17 points.. 2nd ... ... : 4th ... 25 14th ..... ... ... 16th ... .. .... . 0 , 22nd .., STotal 101. points :Toal rainfall from 'lst January, "20.5 points. ENGLISH CHOLERA CUIRED. "Recently a customer of mine called into purchase some goods, and was vio lently attacked with Engish Cholera," writes L. M. Morrin, Otahuhu, New Zea land. "I induced him to take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr haos Remedy, which immediately effected a cure. I might add, that on numerous occasions I have used Chamberlain's Diarrhea Remedy this way and it has had marvellous effects on the suffers." Sold by all storekeeperr.
Minstrel Concert. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
Minstrel Concert. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. Several of the members of thi Frankston Football Chlub some week! back hit on the idea of holding a min. strel concert to supply necesary "sinews of war." The boys commenced rehearsing straight away, and gave their performance on Wednesday even ing last, when the hall was literally packed, the sum of £14-principally one shi ling tickets-being taken at the door. Considering the members of the troupe were almost all new to the minstrel business, the entertainment they provided was splendid. The curtain was raised punctually, and the gathering were entertained and amused for a coup e of hours by the cornermen ind circle. Messrs Fred Hanton and W. Gregory (Bones), and A. Millard and 0. Pettit (Tambos) were grotesquely- arrayed, and their antics and gi.gs were a constant cause of laughter. Several local hits were vociferously applauded, and the corner men may be congratulated on the way they acted their parts right through. The circle wes composed ...
A HINT TO THE WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
A |fIN' TO TIlE WISE. A man is Euldom ri:k when his bowels are regutar and never well when they are irregular. lihr th;s in mind ann tiko Chambelrlin's Tabhlets as oc,o:sion mty require. 'there is . tlh:ne better. They are wild and gentlo in thair aetion and are plensant to take. 'Fry them and you will never wish to take another dose of pills. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd
FLINDERS SHIRE AGAIN! TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
FLINDERS SHIRE AGAIN I TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Kindly permit me space is moan nýe+*pDPet ra"ore s~m feelleg·. rsspecting$ statement made by Cr Rudduck at last council meeting, which was to the effect that there was only one man in Dromana whom he considered fit to make a footpath, and with the same breath voted that that particular man be instructed toproceed with the work, and also that he be directed not to spread the gravel from four feet to six feet wide, as has hap pened befoie. I therefore consider the statement as a challenge to the would. be tenderers of the district, and wonder why his fellow councillors allow auch conditions to prevail. I may further etate that the man hon. ored by such merit is none other than the town r anger, and question whether he can, with all respect to his office of ranger, undertake the day work of our council.-Yours, ete, PERPLEXED. Dromana, August 25th, 1911.
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) THE CRANBOURNE ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves withthe opinions expressed by corrcs. pondents.) THE CRANBOURNE ROAD. TO THIE EDITOR OF TIIE STA.NDARD. Sir,-I would like to call attention to the state of the Cranbourne'- road. In several stretches of the r, ad the lame holes that were made last year ire there now, though ihere was some ihing done to them lately. Apparently the cost of that something has been wasted money, and anyone driving a .ight vehicle over these stretches takes he risk of breaking springs, etc. If he council wish to attract peop e to he neighborhood who are willing to mprove their properties, I rould tdvise them to give more attention to heir roads.-Yours, etc, W. WILLIAMS. ''Rupertston,"Aluguss 26th, 1911.
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 September 1911
TYABB. A euchre p rty will be held "at the H.H.C. T,-n.night, whei it ia xperted thata good number will visit the tables. Suitable trophies are offeied :tot both ladies and/g-nts. t This ilarty is ' the first of a series of extra pleasant even. ings to be run during the present half-year, and the members of the committee have determided that this session will not be short of. diversions. The H.H.O. is also holding an all night social on. Friday, October 6th, of which full particulars will be adver tised later. Early in'the present year the 'Min inter of Lands granted th4 sum of ten pounds to the local Recreation ground, the money to be spent on .improve. ments. The work is just on completion and wil be appreciated by patrons. The principal work done is the raising of the lower portion of the bike crack, which, instead of being a trap for eawer cyclists, willprove a boon and a help to competitors at any future sports meeting,