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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) July 10, August 14, September 11, 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: 3,. September 7,. October 12, November 16. Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -July-, August 2, September-6 October 1, November 15.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 September 1911

Mr Richard Grice, a well-known pas- toralist and sportsman, and brother of Mr Jas. Grice, of "Moondah," Frankston, died at private hospital on Wednesday. He had been ill for some time, and had been under the medical care of Dr Grant. Recently Mr Grice, who had pastoral in- terests in Gippshand, had resided at Ber- wick. He was a prominent member of the V.R.C. and the Melbourne Hounds. A son and two daughters survive him. There was a large and representative attendance at the funeral an Friday. Mr Richard Grice, who was well-known in this district, was a keen sportsman, and owned some good racehorses, the best of which was Hova. The Grice brothers stood to win a very big amount on Hova had he won the Melbourne Cup of 1895, but the horse, when the race looked a certainty, was beaten by the South Aus- tralian light-weighted mare, Acracia, by a neck.

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

NOTES. A Balnarringite writes: "I had the pleasure of seeing good old Frankston down the never go wrong Hastings on Saturday. Frankston had all good gwishes from te "Kanearoos." Heans of congratulations." Franketon players and supporters were greatly pleased to see their staunch supporter of a couple of seasons back-Mrs E. J. Watson present at the final match on Saturday. Mrs Watson, accompanied by Mrs Evans, wife of the Hon. W. J. Evans, M.L.C., motored to Somerville speci ally to witness the game. Mrs Watson was delighted at the fine con test and the ultimate victory of Frankston. The Frankston club netted £17 odd as the result of their recent minstrel entertainment and dance. The money camoe in very handy, as about R16 worth of accounts awaited payment, and the club will need to hold another gathering to raise a small amount necessary to square the ledger for the season. A big muster attended the Final on Saturday, over £17 being taken at the gates. All roads led to Somerville on...

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WESTERNPORT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

.WESTERNPORT. S - TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-The following ii a copy of a letter sent to Mr Downward : Vy member for this district, I takei the liberty of drawing your attention to a matter of the very greatest.im portance to this State n1:l Austra lia generally in which'your constitu ency should-play a leading part. By bringing this testier under the notice of your colleagues, you will crown your long parliamentary career with arn act which will make Victoria the shipping and. industral contre of Aus tralia and confer benefits on Australia which no statesman has done yet. To explain m itters it is necessary to con eider modern shippinz developments briefly. When large supplies have to be carried long distances, as between England and Australia and England and America, the larger the vessel the less the cost per ton, and the saving is so great that New York, Liverpool - and other Europeon.poris have .been and are spending millions in deepen' ing their ports s much as possiblel For in order...

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DROMANA. STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

DROMANA. STATE SCO110:. CONCERT. A very successful concert in connection with the State school was held on Wed nesday evening. At an early hour the hall was Siled, and, judging from the hearty applause, the audience was well satisfied with the entertainment. The first part of the programme, con sisting of action songs and musical drills, was provided by pupils of the school. Misses G. Chapman and W. Joy'es opened the concert with the rendering of a pianoforte duet, "The Sultan's Grand March." Then followed an action song, "Gay Little Japanese," senior girls in Japanese costume, Musical drill, "Rings," group of junior girls and boys, action song "Heads and Heels," senior toys, Musical drill, "Bells," boys and girls; action song, "The Gleaners," junior girls: actian uso . Flowery. Garlands'" sgnior girls; action' ongon. un'lnk Song,' boysi Musical drill, "Wands," senior boys and girls ; Master Stanley Evans sang, "I'm going back to Dixie" 'in character, for which he received a well de...

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Will you, through the columns of your influential journal, bring under the notice of our councillors the de. - sirability of calling the attention of the railway commissioners to the dis graceful eyesora created just past the entrance to our station. It was surely bad enough for the Department to allow the fence to remain in its dilapi dated condition, without the addition of household refuse, old tin cans, eTc. We have no desire to see the frontage of any of our roadg so disfigured. Yours, etc. IoECENCY. Frankeston, 13/9/'11.

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FRANKSTON AND DISTRICT PROGRESSIVE AND IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

FRANKSTON AND DISTRICT PROGRESSIVE AND IMPROVE MENT ASSOCIATION. TO TlE .EDITOL Sir,-As my letter published in a previous issue has. failed to elicit any ulfarmaRtionando .eeup ditipsedu of affaiis of the, l ove body, - mrad8 private eicqusries: I r find tha it is still in existence, but in a state ofE suspended animation. "It is not dead but sleepeth," and of courseeits obse quies have never been carried out. I would suggest that a meeting of the members of the Association be con vened, that it elect officers, that the newly-elected hon. seec. be instructed by that meeting to ascertain where the books and valuable records are, if any funds exist, and to obtain possession of all the property of the Association for the benefit of the.newly organised body. Yours, etc. PLOUGHBOY. 14 191 ' 11

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Mornington Licensing Court. THURSDAY, 7TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

Mornington Licensing Court. THURSDAY, 7iT SEPTEMBER. Before Messrs Vivian Tanner, chairman, Harold Morrison and W. W. Harris licensing magis trates. The transfer of the Australian wine licence for premises situate at Mount Martha from Mr Frietz Bieri to Madame Etzensberger was granted, and the transfer of the Australian-Wine Licence for pre mises at Rye from A. M. Anderson to Alexander Furphy was also granted. The application of-Mrs Anniio Muiphy to be authorised to carry on the business of Kirkpatrick's Hotel, at Mornington, until, the expiration of the licence was granted. Mr W. S. Cook, solicitor, appeared for the applicants in each case. 'An application was made by Mrs -B~dithy-Vollet .etffernannf_ (CNr rum Hotel, Carrim to remore the premises and licence from the present site'to a spot above 600 yards away. Mr Meagher, barris ter, of Melbourne, appeared on behalf os the applicant, and after hearing the evidence of the licensee, Mrs Heffernan, and her husband, their worships did...

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Frankston H. and A. Association. ANNUAL MEETING. THE SECRETARY RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

Frankston IH. and A, Association. ANNUAL MEETING. THE SECRETARY RESIGNS. The annual meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening, when there \vere seeoOr. - .ee. oi. 6riae'ý (pse-l-entc) ?" ealman, 'Comb, Richardson, Rit= ebhie, Oates, Patterson, Hogan, Schultz, Reynolds. Utber, Sherlock, Benson, Coxall, Bonner, Drs Maxwell and Plowman. The balance-sheet, showing a credit balance of 12s 5d was received and adopted as was also the secretary's report as follows: SECRETARlt' REPORT. Ladies and Gentlemen,-I have .the honor to submit to you the 14th annual report of the Frankston H. and A. Asso ciation. The Show was held in the park grounds, Frankston, on Wednesday, Jan uary 11th, 1911, under very favorable circumstances, and was opened by His Excellency, Sir John Madden. The committee held seven meetingp during the year with'an average attendance of nine. The main items of receipts were -Cash donations £97 18s Gd, gate takings £43, entry fees £33 14s. 'The c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

iamonds - Jewellery - Silverware. Tci don't boy jewellery with the same frequency that you buy other things. 1 a yen buy the wrong kind it wll he a source of annoyance and loss to you. -3" jaoewry is of all gifts the rsst welcome to the recipient, and no matter - -er sou underEtand jewellery or not, you are assured of fair and honorable - aolin,-at Danklings We manufacture all our jewellery, and when purchasing -r- -,i co Iua to intermemiate ,.r warehouse profits and will save at least 25 Src: o~fi tf e pth rie e you would have to psy your local jeweller. kill up this Coupon and send it to us. catalogue Coupon. ,it Pies end me post free one of your illustrated catalogues of jewedery. ?ame...-... .................................... ................. S?ddre?.............. ...................................... ....... - rI ill ltr9ta catalogue is the most complete jewellery catalogue yet pub :i~-d. Al the newest ideas of jewellery, wvtches and silverware are fully r.e:Sri?d and illus...

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Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. CR. RITCHIE ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. CR. RITCHIE ELECTED PRESIDENT. The monthly meeting of the above was held at Somerville on Wednesday last, when there were present :-Crs Oates, Ritchie, Cole, Baxter, Griffeth, Murray, Hodgins, Perrott and Alden. Cr Cole was voted to the chair. The President's allowance was fixed at £20. ELECTION OF PIESiIDE)FT. Cr Murray moved that Cr Ritchie be elected President, and f lt sure that he would fill the position creditably. Cr Oates seconded the motion, which was supported by other councillors and carried unani mously. Cr Ritchie, in taking the chair, thanked his colleagues for the compliment paid him. He would do his best to carry out the duties of President faithfully during the comin 12 mont Cr Perrott introuced Cr Alden, the new east riding member, and he was welcomed by councillors. Cr Alden expressed his thanks for his reception, and hoped the same spirit would continue to pre vail. le would do his best, t.and trusted he woul...

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. ANNUAL MEETING. A PROSPEROUS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

Frankston New Year's Day Sports. ANlNUAL- MEETING. A PROSPEROUS YEAR. The annual meeting in connection with the above was held in the Frankston Mechanics' on Wednesday evening of last week, when the ful lowing were present :-M-r Sherlock (president), Ors Ritchie and Oatsn, and Mefesrs Richardson, E. H. and E. K. McOomb, Benson, Walker, Pick ing, McKenzie, Chamberlin, Schultz, Stephenson, Dalman, Willox, Cuth bert, Pettit (hon. sec.), and Drs Max well and Plowman. The balance-sheet was read and disclosed a satisfactory state of affairs. Receipts totalled £141 17s 6d, done tious, £14 18s 6d, committeemen's subscriptions £14 18s 6d, gate receipts £85 16s 6d. The sports resulted in a profit of about £80, and after paying £10 towards the fencing of the park, and an honorarium of £5 to the secre tary, the credit balance shown was £20 Os 2d. The main items of expen diture were-Prize money £50 17s 6d purchase and trimming of logs £9 4s, rLsie nlara eoL? ýgs. ; printing., ad).. vertising, bi...

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

LANGWARRIN With regret we beg to announce the death of Mr W. McKinnon, welt kcown here. The deceased was an expert coach painter, had fine artistic talent, was a great lover of nature, with great hobby for collecting rare classies. Me leaves a widow, to whom we offer our condolence. From his poultry yard for the .past twelve mouths, Mr John Clarke has realised £105, which left a net profit of £69 19s 4.d. The trustees of the local Methodist Church have presented Mrs John Clarke with a handsomely bound hymn hbook as a small token of appreciation for her assistance to the church. There was a very poor attendance at the half yearly meeting of the local Progressive Association, The report showed the society in a sound financial position ' there ier--a oroavs of five in the membership for the half year, and the attendances throughout were very poor. There was practically no election, as all the old members retain their office with the exception of Mr Barrett, who declined, and is replace...

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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION FRANKSTON PREMIERS. EXCITING FINAL GAME." Theie was a very large and repro sentacive crowd at Somerville on Saturday to see the final for the Peninsula Premiership between the Hastings and Frankston teams, and those who were present saw an inter esting and exciting match, which was a fitting conclusion to the 'season's games. The result was a win for Frankston by 4 points in sensational style. Frankston were outplayed in the first half, up to which stage last ings appeared certain winners, having a comfortable lead of 17 points. After the interval, however, the aspect of tihe match was completely altered, Frankston playing a vastly different game, and after a remarkable third quarter, in which Hastings only scored I point, the red and blacks were one point hrad, and L"-in tlef last quarter, and finally 'won by 4 points. Bith sides had their best teams afield. The day was perfect for ' football, the ground in ttp top order, and as Umpire Boyle bounced ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

£2,580 PRIZES £2,580 Value £650 Net--firet 'ireat Prize-Value £650 Net. . :o-L-The Committee guarantees first three- P;?1a- .ull Value. Sec?ndavnl,. £.50; Third-Value £200; Fourth-Value £100; and 346 other Prizes totalling £2.5S0. EIGH' HOUR GREAT ART UNION, under the sanction of the N.S.W. Attorney-General. The Best and most Extensive list of Prizes offered in Austra tralia. Prizes will be delivered to winners in any tate free of all charges. A list of winning numbers will be posted to any person sending an addressed envelope.to the representative, with stamp unalfixed. Buy from your local agent on or before 14th October, or rend Postal Note, P.O.O., or stamps (with exchange added), direct to the representative, 231 Flinders Lane, Mel bourne, at once for tickets, and cecure a chance in this Great Art Union, 22 for £r, 11 for 10s, or Is each. P.LeAE NOTE-All direct applications must reach. Melbourne on orbefore the 21st October, 1911. Buy To-day lest you forget. Local' Agent-E. Worr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - -. JEWELLER "Clydebank," MORNINCTON, Executes all kirdi of WATCH, CLOCK JEWELLERY and SPECIAL EEPAIR9. witg e ar ... izslg. ton; Mr Roddock. Uromana ; Mesrs Nunn and Sons, Somerville; or Car riers, Messrs Cairns end Williams, who pas Ciydebank" daily. Estimates gren for repairs, if desired, aefore proceedinz with them. G:ods of every deseription connected with the trade, ice uding the moetup.to-date makes of watches sub mitted for approval. Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lugare received sad promptly delivered Hos.es and Vehicles for hire. "Prices reaswotle etter and Telegrams promptly attended tn. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Familes Waited . n f,,r Orders......... Prime M.-at 0 1!y I r ................... Sina: Goods :f Enery Dc-ii tion Fresh Daily. Tides and Skin. B .aght............... F, G. CIAMBE IIN, Phrmaceutical & Dispensing : O-Chemis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

Death. JOHNSTON-At Rossmore Private Hos pital, Melbourne,. on the 15th Septem ber, 1911. David, husband of Mary E. Johnston, "Balla Balls." Cranbourne. Marriage. HUTCHINS-SAWYER.-At St. James' Church, West Melbourne, on the 25th August, by the Ven. Archdecon Hindley, John Hutchins, Mornington, to Caroline third eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Sawyer, " Glenfield," Bittern. lte 'Stanbarb. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING '.ething extenuate, nor rue dewos aught in malice" Telephone No. 0, Frenkaton. SATURDAY, SEETEMBER 16.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Duncan Puckle, of Somerville, is making rapid progress with the re-erec tion of his house, which was lately burnt to the ground. Alex. Scott and Co. advertise a clear ing sale of stock, implements, etc., at Shoreham, on Monday, September 25th, on account of Mr W. J. McLeod. Mr Edward McGurk, of Geelong, has disposed of his house and land on War rendyte road, to Mr Jas. Murray, at a satisfactory figure. Motor pumps are an important factor in the orchord these days. About a dozen are in use in the Somerville district this season. W. P. Fairlam today holds a clearing sale of furniture, etc., at Carrum, and another at Mordialloc on Wednesday next. Particulars are advertised. To-day T. R. B. Morton and Son, will offer for sale at Hastings, house and land on account of Mr P. Ryan. See adver tisement. From our advertising columns the Mornington 'Progress Association convenes a public meeting for the 20th inst for the purpose of endeavoring to get a new post office buil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 September 1911

Amusements. Fralatcn Te:nis Club's Plain and Fancy Dress Ball MECHANiCS' i.E. TO-NIGHT, (SATURDAY.) Choice Refrshments ; First-class music; Prize. INsb e Tickets 4s. NI-S HRODY" I Ilon. C. MAXWELL i Secs. Coart Star of Moragtoa, 4515, A-.O F. 4r7TH ANNIVERISARY B %LL willbe Sheld on Fri. :ay, October 6th, 1911, in t:.e 3echanic,' Insti ute, Mo.ninfton. from 8 pnm. to 5 a.m. Musicians. F. Grun bern and C. Schraeder. M.G. Bro. J. Hail-s. Refrmshents and Lady Attend ants Provided ' ickrts--Doble 3s Gd, Sionle 2sGd. Extra Lady Is. Bro. BUtt YELL Hon. :-ec, Bro. IHAILES, Treas. G ARDEN FETI: and FLOWER SHOW, Mornincton Presbyterian Church. Saturday, November 4th. 1911. Afternoon at3. Evening at 730. GRAND CIONERT at night. Melbourne and Local Talent. To be held a'SMorven.' Tanti Road, the residence of 1r W S. Cook_ Admission to grounds Gd. Entries for exhibits close october 21st. (Sec egmemm) Further particulars in-later issues. E. M. FERBER, Hon. See. Public Meeting. A PUBLIC MEETING wi...

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LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 September 1911

LANCWARRIN A contest which should draw a. large house will take place on' Satur day evening, September 80th, in the Recreation Hall, " Bill" Tower, an unbeaten boxer fr om the North eastern district. having accepted the challenge of "Teddy" Woods to box for a side 4 waor.of. £10 and.. tae championship of ?angwarrin. Woods is i regular attendant at local church socials, etc., and is stated to be a dark horse from one of the English Naval schools. Both fhen are strongly supported and a scientific display of boxing is anti cipated. Reports of district functions items of local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the E:ditor.

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