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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
LANGWARRIN. The Methodists are "conteomplating holding a children's anniversary shortly. Mr H. Ridout has blen appointed press correspondent for the Progress Association. The meeting of the Christian En deavour -Society, to consider Miss.: been postponed owiin i'to i~milement -in weather. We are pleased to state that Mr Bob. Fleming and his family have returned to this district. Mr T. Hartley and his bride also returned last week.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, 31 2-logan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon? 4 -Camph.ll; .laj r. Ameafield Park 5-1as., Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7--Ritchme and 'o, T1' 8-Gimware, 11 IV, Myrtoon 9--Mr James Grice, " Moondah" 10-Robertson, II, Solencia 11 Mlaxwell, Dr 12-4- imlberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Mlillard, J, Cab Froprlotor 14-(aarrooI, C 15-Beoth, 0 W 16-P1, wman. Mrs 17-Scbultz, W, 18-Oregery. All II 19-Mackie and Williams, bWtchers 20- woxall, A, butcher 21-Ma4terton. II, 'Rnbria' S2--M'Donrild, ), storekeeper 23--Gmb!e, II 25-Prnter, Capt, 'Jeanla'
Two Missing Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Two Missing Boys. A sensation was caused on Thurs day evening last at Frankston, when it became known that two youths-Leslie Peters and Harry Dunn-aged about 10 and 3 years respectively,, were. missing from home. Mr Ferrier, the grandfather of the latter, became uneasy at the child's non-appearance at home, and consequently made enquiries. He found that the children were seen on the railway line in the afternoon, and later ou down at the Kananook Creek. The news soon spread, and quickly large crowds of residents, armed with numerous and varied kinds of lanterns, were so tie seen airgentiy searchling uveT- -&lt; vicinity in which it was thought the children might be found. The search of the foreshore, the park, and other places was kept up till about eleven, but without avail. Both the church and fire bells were rung as an alarm, and fresh crowds thronged the streets with a renewed supply of lanterns, and another vigil search was set out upon. After some time the anxiety was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
+ e ' ý "ry, i .H : " 1, ,, I1i·C 5.5rv, 1 c;ý. "r ý;,;iýýý 'ý~i);d. 11J;G.ý'!1''+ýJr_ ý'f/Ai. ý .... rr a j5ýrý» ,tP,, yrp`;ýjlt ý Po r~r : "'ýY" Yi( v .."r rw /f^91ýF~l. VIJ ýýi I RECOD I'1E ID CLE PENTS . a oT 0 W IO o... Here is the opinion of a well known Melbourne business man, one who works with his brain and always taxes his mental energies. He is a publisher of note and his opinion upon this great medicine is worth reading by all men and women. Mr. A. F. Lake is senior member of the firm of Lake & Sons, Printers and Litho graphers, of 289 Little Lons dale Street, Melbourne, and publishers of Opera House programmes, the "Hotel and Tourist Guide Book" for the Victorian Government, and the well-known journal"Pub lic Opimon." Mr. Lake writes: 289 Liate L.,date Stre. Melb. 22/t/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Some little time ago I was greatly run down from over-work, suffering with se vere neuralgic pains. After taking a couple of bottles of Clements Tonic, I found to my inten...
Moorabbin Shire. ENGINEER AND SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Mocraljbin Shire. E'a:INEEJ: \AD SECRETARY. The proo-al ly Cr. Kelly to diride tlh r,:,.. s. .ac-e now held by IJr. A. C. &ith ws defeatcd.at the ?oun the t elj tae lie went into the council to have works done, and durin, the three years he was in tf:: cw ,.,il there was not more than tL:r.' cn;.mT' work done. These wrer drains, rights-of-way, roads, dclnn.?.!, and footpaths, badly re qu:rd. sh:.m 1,F tthem passed for months and ye ]-. :mi y;?, undone, simply be cars- th?, ;_i:cr had not time to h:-e :!.. , :. not for the want of money. Th lpresent revenue from rates wco!.l pay, interest and sinking fond on a kr : r amount than would 1be riq::: f..: i tl or works. Every one knew that it was a physical impos sibility for one officer to properly per form the duties of engineer and secre tary. The council had tried means to enable him to do so, but they had failed. He had come to the conclusion after careful consideration that the only way was to separate the offices. That, of ...
Cinderella Ball at Mordialloc. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Ciil-1:::::: Ball at Mordi :ilioc. T! • ... . :Icr the season of the (,: .! held last Friday. I- - fan:y dress event, in ;.t ; coup,lcs took part. T .?. i..: attendance of on 1.-:-. Mr. E. II. lkissel acted as t ,! I- .nl supplying the .- i. s L' : ts.tefnlly decor a . ; !?..-Im, carried out by au - . e,",,nittee. Amongst c: re the following: 3:.. . : ...I r Girl: Mrs. E. I ' T-11. T 'r ,, of C ou nt I e e,, P I. gP.n?,r, 31ilkmaid: 1r I!! (I!d English Peasant; . . . larem; Miss c Q .. It,. c.:rl; Mrs. M3eQunen. J.. O. Packer, Dutch In, E. Dress: Mrs. . , laude Stuart, Folly; . :,..arey Gamp; Miss L.- ,-uit; Mrs. Kennedy, JaL.-,. 1:;:.- lodzerson. Sweet Nl-: \r- . .1 t vra. Japanese; Miss 7 L"dy: Mrs. Man i:., IL-:1! ll,~,id: Mrs. 1Mas w.ll, ID." .. ,.l : Mr-. Pain, House maid: l r-. Jl..t.,, E. Dres: M1iss t '. t i Mrs. Weight, . . 1- White. Nurse: 3i. Dlores: Miss Syme. A ('.-.:. .: I: .M. Cohurn. IBlack S: a.: . '.I- lpie, E. DI)ress: M:-. 3 t1.-.,. E. Dress: Mrs. Ma !::- . - · ,...
Cheltenham Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Cheltetihaiu Police Court. At t! a Jel ,, rt on Wednesday .- -.. : , " ` ;n-t.c s presided: I.--". itr : i: n, l'nny, Le !'2:-. - ~n 1 : chair). J.! ; ! .ik, ,." , _ :?-. for not hav S.'.: -..raive Soci.ty -.... : -, . Thomas, £1 '-.. :d ;. " :s: and E. Arnett, .e licensing case .. r's ,rms' Hotel "a, i,". "'i"^ ?' .1"lI IhCe 4th Octolber, on ..:: 1: rc :,f Marshall Lyle, rA , r.,r-:a- c l?-ca was granted 1.N RI -.G;CATTLE. S L::. r . cured verdicts .-:: ,,.,. i . . fine and 2s. td. e"- ir .a?.i ea e: F. 1:. \'a:r ). Chip;wrfield. W. Fr . S. i . II. It. itchen, O.. Iý ~- i': Mrl. .1iklejohn. W. IH'_. i 1. ;'_ F. liankes, 11. Vin c?n?., !( -, ! i:i on. on. The fi. r" .: r. i. If?.:-J. Wallace, l. Iil . I;, :J. 1. 1. Gilmour. 1. ., ALi, ~': IT-WEIGIT I?EAD.D Iu: . : i rcee?ded against (..r . • i,, le in; that d( r, t.Lb. -.. .. i1..:- L :s ession on a de i r. .at '." 12 1il4 loaves of ea d . er t It s':i:t in the aggre ar 1 'n,,. -er. T .A. E dward. w i.:.ý the Sliro of ;Moorahbin. pl...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
HASTINGS. A meeting of the Australian Wo men's National League was held on Thursday, 21st September, in the hall. Mliss Avis Chapman, of Melbourne, addressed the meeting, and although the notice was very short, a good num. ber of members were present,-inclnding several lalies from the Somerville branch. Miss Chapman, who was well received,explained how the League was first brought into prominence, and other matters of interest to the League. Mr and Mrs David Mentiplay were I entertained by their friends in the Me. s chanics' Institute on Friday night, to celebrate their golden wedding. The first part of the evening was taken up with singing. songs being rendered by Mrs W. 1 Mentiplay, Misses Romeo, -1iagins, WV-r-ester, Glagiier, M F. Barclay, Mr A. Sheehey and Master C. Ford. After the musical part was ended Rev. 1\r Lowe, who wabs in the chair, after a few appropriate remarks presented the guests with a couple of handsome easy chairs. Mr Mentiplay thanked their friends for their h...
Frankston State School PRESENTATION OF A.N.A. PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Frankston State Schooi. PRESENTATION OF A.N A. PRIZE. On Wednesday afternoon the Frank. ston State school was officially pre. sented with the 1st prize won for the best kept sch ol garden and grounds in the-Mlotropolitan district No. 1, donated by the A.N.A. "Several parents and adults were present, be sides the members of the school com 'nittee. Under the baton of the head teacher (Mr Richardson)., the scholars gave a splendid programme of part singing, choruses, etc., a ,novel item being mouth orgail pieces such as "Yankee Doodle" 'and "Yip-i-addy," accompanied by the children lustily whistling. The President of the shire, Or T. Ritchie, announced the' object of the gathering, and congratulated the scholars and teachers on winning the prize. wh ch was an.nchievemeit to be proud of. He introduced Mr Kelly, President of the Cheltenham Branch A.N.A, who would make the presen tation. Mr Kelly explained that itwwatho for the best kept school and grounds in various d strict., and Franks...
Hymeneal. WITHERS—STEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
1Hymeneal. WITHERS-STEVENS. On Wednesday, 20th inst., the mar ringe of Mr L. C. Withers and Miss Constance Stevens was celebrated at St. Paul's Church of England, Mal vern. Rev. A. P. MacFarlane, assisted by the Rev. F. Lynch, of Malvern, officiated. The church was prettily .decorated by the girl friends of the bride. Mr Ltiffman1 (an old and esteemed, friend of the Stevens family) gave away the bride, who looked c charming in a beautiful white satin dress trimmed with silk fringe and lace, and carried a'shower bouquet of white azaleas and roses, with long satin streamers of white satin rinbon and the orthodox veil and orangf a blossom wreath. The bridesmaids were Miss Mabel Stevens, Miss Jack son and Miss Withers, and were charmingly dressed alike in white muslin, beautifully embroidered, and wore white satin straw hats, trimmed with clusters of pink roses and bows of lace, and carried shower bouquets of pale pink carnations and fern tied with pale pink sstin ribbon. MrA. Withers r...
People's Liberal Party. BRANCH FORMED AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
People's Liberal Party. BRANCH FORMED AT SOMER *VILTE. •.? publio- mneting-.was .held at` 0omervills on Monday, vening, 25th, ,vith the object of forming a branch of the People's Liberal Party. The chair was occupied by Mr Gee. Keast, and a-good number of representative gentlemen attended. Many members were enrolled and the branch promises to be a strong and enthusiastic one. The following officers even ap pointed : President, Dr Grifliths; vice-presi dent., Mr Geo. Keast; secretary and trrasurer, Mr H. Overton; committee, Cr Chas Murray, Me-srs Chas. Bar ber, John Brunning, 'JamesHinds,, Chan. Thornell, JamesGrant, A. Mel drum, Joseph Unthank, W.. Martin Joseph Hutchinson and A. Hawken,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Yetip:1 a'eic:. Shire of I rankston .and Hastings. N r'ICE. A Lt O)G OW\NF.RS in the Shire S IAVE NOT PAID their Dog rs-e, for )It1, are reminded f that 1-- MU1T' BE PAID by tho d- t Srp:imbcr. . .n ,nl In t havig paid by then r.' le pro-ecuted without re-.ect I o per -ons. JOIIN E JONES, Shire Secre:wy. SEND A POSTCARD TO-DAY. (If not alreuay a Cu.s«"r'.) And weC will .........SEND BY RETURN......... Fr-c of C.' t . ...Te.tng Sample tfi l sZKicns--_. Teas, ; Coffees, Cocoas. SATI -FICTION GUARANTEED. 3) FisVrs Srr.rET, and n Eso i:r.t; STELT, MELBevRNE. 1,0 WITE LEIHIORNS TO LAY AND PAY fl'A.,. W. CLARKE :late Poultry ex iJ . rt 1t boL.kie "l'ego for 7 Sears de--"? .t i :.s:,:e tha. he ha started Lessines-- L aloe, and repared to s;,piy G;reat LAYING STRIIN of EGGSi. White LEGHORNS and WYANDOTTES only, at the low p:ke of 3 ;t-r setti:ze. The Wycoffe Padman, Sunnuhurot, in Leghorns ; also Dcokie .nd therwells American White Wyandottes, best laing strain in the Colonies: iprosed by t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
"W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER -Clydebank." MORNINCTON. Executes all kirds of WATCH, CLOCK JEWELLERY and .--- _ 'r - r Pr- Z ... Glases and keys fitted. Orders can be left with Messrs Annear Bros, Morning. to:; Mr Rudduck, Dromana; Messrs uann and Sons, Somerville; or Car riers. Messrs Cairns rnd Willijms, who pas m Clydebank" daily. Estimates given for repairs, if desired, before proceeding with them. tcds of every description connected with the trade, icc:nding the most up.to-date makes of watches rub. mitted for approval. Customers visited by appointment. J. MILLARD, CARRIER arid CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lugcs.re received and promptly delivered. Ho.ves ant Vehicles for hire. Prices r-eahnable etters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Faml;e Waited .,n for Odrrs......... Prime Meat 0 !y ii p .................... Smal: Goo!s of Every Description Fresh Dai'v. aide. and Skins Bunght............
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures Frank ton (Mondays, 10.15)- July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23. N'ovembr 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. :orronto (Wednesdars, 10 a.m.) -uiy---, August 2, September 6 Octber J,.ovember 15,
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
Newspaper Law. S1. Subhcrihers who do not give expres- - notice to the contrary are considered ase wishing to ('ONsNvu their sslbsecrptionss' 2. If SuhPeribers order the discontin. mance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until ARR'AsE are paid, S. If subscribers refuse or neglect' to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESrPOsrNIBL until they have settled their hills, and ordered the periodicals co be discontinued, 4. If subse:nbers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former - direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, If uhscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NoTicE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to econ tinuetaking it. otherwise the pobliehr is euthorised to send on, and the subscri her will he responsible unless' an express note, and pavment of arrears.
ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
ROSEBUD. The ball lheld in aid of the 'ocal builditng forud ior the 13th inst was a grelt success, the hall being packed. Drag loads cane from Dromana and Sorrento, and all had a very enjoyable evening, Messrs A. Griffeth and A. P. aty acting as Masters c-f Ceremon ies, and the music was supplied by Mr E. Cairns. D.ncing was engaged in till the small hours of the morning, when all dispersed, going to their, several homes feeling perhaps a little tired but happy, A me, tieg was hell in the local hall on Saturday night for the purpose of securing a new pier so nsto have water deep enough for the several steamers thiat pa's hy between Dromana and Sorrento to call in. The meeting was well attended ; Mr R. Patterson was voted to the chair. Heexplained the reason why the meeting was convened, and stated several gosod reasons why a water service should he obtained be tween Melbourne and Rosebud. Mr D. Cairns, the convener of the meeting, read several letters and produced some very good evi...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 September 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL Owing to pressure on our space this issue, a number of items of interesting news is held over till next issue, including Frankston. Rifle Club annual meeting, correspondnce, etc. The annual meeting of the Frankston Cricket Club will be held in the Mechanics' Instittue, on Monday night, when a good attendance is earnestly invited. Tie Emiupire Quadrille Club announce their next dance at Frankston on Saturday (tonight) Owing to so many local gatherings in the hall of late, this is the first night the club has had available to continue their fixtures. Mr Owen. of Somerville, who met with an accident a few weeks ago at Hastings, through the horse lie was rid ing falling on him, has had to undergo another operation for his fractured thigh. Messrs Alex. Scott and Co. advertise their next Tanti market for Monday 2nd, October, and the horse sale on Thursday, 19th October. A special cattle sale will be held by the same firm on the- 2nd November, at Bittern. A meeting of del...