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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Telephone" Directory. SFR1YNKSTO\. 1-Brody, 3I "o--Hoban, J. 3--Rosan, 'Marathon.' 4 -Campbell, Major, Amesfield Park 5-Hlay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard" Office' 7-Ritchio and Co; T S-Grumwade, I W, Myrtoon -Jl1r James Orice, "M?oondah" 10-Robertson, II, leloncia 11 -Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. P C, Chemist 13-Mlillard,.J, Cah Proprlotor 14--Garrood, C 15-Booth, G( W 16-Plowman. Mrs 17-Schultz, W 1S-Gregory. AII 19-Mlackis sod Williams, butchers. 20-Coxall, A, hutcher 2--Masterton. H, 'Rubria' "2--M'Donald, D, storekeeper 23-Gamble, H l5--Panter, Capt, 'Jerula'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
stud 1 ttic s. Horse - Owners fii" wcurr rim 1'1 -'" l blicity for their jrod .voticrý by dAlre. tangn in THE STANDARD hLn a lamear-ea:ron'in.czrculation thr,.a,-tA~t the £eninzulo. Stud = Cards Neatly, Cheaply, & Expeditiously PRINTED AT THE IST1ALAN VLLait TIHE PCKE CLYDESDALE STALLION -BRAVO I7W7ILL Stand this o?.-n at " Parrows OGren," MO01OODUC (near State School). and tranl the urrounding Dis.ticts. Sihe H!e'., Eire Clydt-dale lieri, dam 3adim. g dam by Sit William (imp). TFRMI---? 3s.-Half yraable at .evri.e, ant balance when mare proves in foal Erery c.re taken but to rea.onaibility incurred G. IL GIINDAL, Owner Agent for Dalgety and Co., Live Stock Insurance H ARNIES iORK E, Fitz - Bell BY ABBEY BELLS. To St.nd this Season. Full Particulars and Terms from FARMI MANAGER, 'Cricklewood,' Frankston. To S:mnd this Season at Green Hillo, ROS/BUD, The Well.known Pony Stallion DANDY, D ANDY is a splendhdly built dapple I y Pony, foaled I? 7, and Etands about 132 hands high,...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
TYABB. The Happy Hour Club's dance eventuated last Friday. night. On account of counter attractions in the district, it was not as well patronised as was expected, and although there were only about fourteen couples present, an enjoyable time was in dulged in. Everything was good, floor, music, refreshments and fun. Dancing commenced before nine o'clock and was kept up till nearly three in the morning, and -only weariness caused patroqs to disperse at that hour. The music was pro. vided by. Messrs Carey (piano) and Ricketts (violin), and Mr P. Ryan as M.O., kept things lively in his usual pleasant and courteous style. Chas.berlain's'Cough Remedy is not a common every day oough mixture. It is a meritorious rqmedy for all dangerous and trouhlesome complications resulting from colds in the head, chest or lungs. Sold by all storekeepers.
The Horse and the High Court. COUNCILS' LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
The horse and the- High F C\ourt. COUNCILS' LTABILITY. When Mr Edward Cherry started an innocent looking little smnmons in the Crinty Court at Benalla some time iogo he little dreamt that ulti- f mately;it wou'd make its appearance in the High Court. Yet that is the n way with a summons occasionally. eo is valuiable draught horse wandering p on the roadside intent on succulent j feed, fell into a drain or culvert of the s local council. It never got out alive. ii Whether its education had been defec- I tive in that it had not been taught to back out, or back down properly, like a well-trained motor ear, has not been made clear. However, the drain won The owner sued the. council, the County Court awarded him £41 dam. ages;,and on appeal the Snprenio Court by two to one affirmed the verdict. Now at last the High Court has re versed the decision, and the drain wins-the best one out of three. This is satisfactory to shire councils who have to dig holes in the streets and put wood or con...
MORNINGTON JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
MORNINGTON JUNCTION The Mornigton Junction tennis club gave a tea on their court last Saturday, in honor of Miss Grace Vincombe's approaching marriage to Mr Allan Dicker. Both the lady and gentleman in question are-members of the above named club, and received a number. of useful presents from members. There is such a nnmber of tennis players in this district that the one court is not sufficient, so it is hoped all who are anixious to see a public court put on the newly acquired hall site--or any other place they may decide upon-will roll up to the meeting next Satur day night. Mr Allan Dicker and Miss Grace Vincombe were married at the bride's residence on Wednes day last. The ceremony was per formed by the"Presbyterian clergy man, Rev. J. Kelly.
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 10th October. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 10th October. Alex Scott and Co. report. - Dairy Cattle-A,heavy supply of both milkers and springers, the demand was weaker and last week's improved rates were not maintained. The following were the principallots :-l at £1, 1 at £7 7s 6d, 1 st 715s,2nt £72s6d,2to £72s Gd, 4 to £7, 1 at £6 17s Gd, 1 at £6 17s Gd, 1 at £6 5s. Springers-2 to £6 15s, 4 to £6 7sGd, 2 to £6 2s Gd,6to £6*2s Cd, 3 to £6, 1 at £6. Stores-A fair yarding which sold at late rates. Pigs-A heavy supply of all penned, competition wos dull and prices if anything were lower than last week. Baconers - Prime medium 41s, light 363 to 37s 6d. Porkers -.?rime heavy 32s, medium 28s, light 22s to 4s, others 17s to 20s. Suckers A g;od supply which sold at about late rates. Extra 13s. good lls Gd, others 8s, small 5s to Gs Gd. Calves-A heavy supply of good vealers were in request and realised highlyi satisfactory rates, small calves only made nominal prices. Prime vealers 55s, mediu...
OUR LETTER BOX. LANGWARRIN'S MUTUAL AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
OUR LETTER BOX. LABGWARRIN'S MUTUAL AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS. Sir,-In reply to my recent letter, your correspondent has come out with a lengthy statement of a mixed charac ter. HaJignoresclestring up the state ments contained in his first, but imtakes a wild flight in all directions. Under lying all his writings he cannot dis guise his partisanshtp for the Mutual, mnd hi admira.?n I,,r- In.. lmw,,L--. IK his first letter he says that most of the newarrivals prefer to join the Mutual; this proves a random statement also, as the latest three new arrivals here have joined tlhe Progress. C,, cernin, most of his so called fresh facts, no comment is necessary; they w?re burtning questions of the hour, and, as suclh, received a mot thorough thrash ing out and were settled by majorities, and although they are of n3 moment now, they are trotted out to bolster up a weak case, or, perhaps; I could say, to lower the prestige of tile Progress anl bring i to that bad way alto gether that his fir...
Mornington Municipal Sale Yards. A PROTEST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Mornington Municipal Sale Yards. A PROTEST. TO TILE EDITOR. Sir,--While admitting the wisdom of most of the remarks of Cr Campbell at the meeting held in Mornington to discuss the alove question, I submit that Cr Campbell should, have taken a wider.view of the future of Morning ton as a centre of an important pro ducing di-trict and seasido resort. Could one be certain that this town will never grow to any extent as a seaside resort, I should be with those whosay to build the yards at the station, or at least I should say it would not matter much. But looking ahead to the future when this most charming,, and without doubt, the most beautifully situated town on the Bay, must extend as its merits deserve, and as a more efficient and convenient railway service will assuredly make it, I contend that sale yards in the middle of the town would be an eyesore, a disadvantage, and a drawback; whereas, in view, of the great possibilities of thedistrict gener ally and the certain growth of agr...
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
LANGWARRIN. A well attended meeting of the Mutual was he'd last Thursday, AMr Jas. Summers presiding. After the usual business had been disposed of, a very enjoyable programme was car ried out, in which .Messrs Jas. Sam. mere and Anderson contributed a duet, Mr Woods a song, Miss Logan a song, Mr Archibald and Mrs Berry recitations, Air Savage song, MAr Gale cakewalk, Mr Berry skipping exhibi tion, Mir W Cain song. Mr Anderson presided at the piano in his usual efficient intoner. It has been arranged that a debate, 'Should bachelors be taxed," will be be held on Thursday, 19th.
Somerville Methodist Church. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Somerville Methodist Church. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. Miz G. B. Duff, of the Methodist Book Department, preached the ser- vioes on the occasion of the anniversary of the So?ierville Methodist church on Sunday. In'the morning he took as his subject The Bible. lie interested the children with a sample of the old English bibles that were chained to the reading desks in the English cathedrals many years ago. In the afternoon and evening the congrega. tions were large. Special anthems were rendered by the choir, Miss A. Barber presiding at" the organ. AThe church was decked out with flowers and green foliage, which was the work of Mr Alf. Thornell. On Monday night a social was h'ld, and a very ex ce lent ptogrsmme of songs and reci tations were given by adults and young paople of the church. Mfrs Reed, Mrs Gray, Miss Twyford and Mr H. Barber rendered song.; Misses D. Overton, D. Reed, F. Unthank, R. Twyford, R. Brunning and J. Unthank gave very good recitations. Miss Dunn, a visi to0 also r...
BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
BALNARRINC. The ordinary iionthly meeting of the Progress Association was held last Tuesday, but poorly attended. A letter was received from the Depart ment of Agriculture fixing a date for one of their lecturers to give an ad dress on 'Fruit-growing.' IT. was decided to write to the Post master General and Mr Irvine about the salary of the local postmistress. A start is to be made in making the new tennis court.on SaCurday. Tennis is booming just at' present, there being a largo gathering ~bi the court every Saturd'y afternoon. The locil cricketers have not been able to form a team this season, and some of them have decided to play with Flinders. The young linesman, Charles Ed wards, who was killed hlst week on the Eltham road, was a short time ago working in this district. While 'here hs made a lot of fr ends, and the news of his sudden death came as' a great shock to them.
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Rifle Shooting. The following are the scores for the shoot for Mr C. G. V. Williams' trophy amongst members of the Frankston Rifle Club, which was fired on Satur day, and won by'Mr W. Oates, with a score of 70...-The distances were 500 and 600 yards.: 500 600 Hop. Total W.; Oates 3- ? 31 6 71 R. Lloyd 33 34 scr. 67 D. Potrie 31 '29 7 67 J. Mosely , 32 30 4? "66 H. Lloyd .31. 30 4 06 T. Cooper- - .32 -0 scr. 0. 2 S. Corlett . 30 24 7 61 C. Willox 29 25 5 59 C. Dalman 24 21 9 54 G. Denyer 25 21 8 54 A. Bethune 21 21 8 50
"I DON'T WANT TO!" [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
"I DON'T WANT TO!" "I don't want to," said Reta. Mamma 'ooked sad; Reta so often said that when asked to help others. "Darling," she said, "God did not make little girls only to please themselves : we must be kind id we want others to be kind to us." Next day when Reta was reading, mamma came in and said : "Who will come and carry some eggs to poor Mary's sick child ? I want them to go at once before the rain comes on." Dick and Daisy lumped up, but Reta wanted to finish her story. "1I don't want to," she said When they were gone Reta felt sorry, and still more so when Dick came home with a new boat andt Daisy witha doll.! Mlam ma had afterwards taken them to the bazaar,- where they had seen all kinds ol beautiful things. Reta cried, and she never said "1 I don't want to" again.
CRICKET. HASTINGS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
C:RICKET. IIASTINGS CLUB. At a iiieeting of the Hastings cricket club held in the hall on Friday, there was a large attendance (includ ing several of the veterans of the came). It was decided to join the Feninsula Association for'sentor "add junior tennis. Practice was hetl on Saturday, which showid that several of the young players shou d make-a name for themselves before the season has ended. The' Caulfield-Moorobbin compe tition will be commenced today, when both the Frankston A and B teams will be engaged. The A team against Ellendale will be--Baxter Jr., Box (2), Kenniedy, ,Deane, Kemp, Harley, Robertson, Reynolds .() and Maxwell. The B's team against Ellindale on the local ground will be picked from-Aitken, Baxter sen., II. McComb, Benson, Ellis, Guntlrer, Plummer, Pettit, Fox, Waters, Chandler, Batterham, Hague, Cumn mins and Patterson. The A tram is requested to be oti tha station at a quarter to 2 and the B team on the ground at 2.30 sharp. A very enjoyable game of cricket ...
CHILDREN'S COLUMN. NEDDY, MY DONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
CHILDREN'S COLUMN. --t-* NEDDY, MY DONKEY. " Hurrah! for a ride on dear old Ned . I am enjoying myself," said Fred. "I'm not at al frightened, oh no ! not a bit. Just see how nice and upright I sit. I pull the left rein, and then the right, Oh ! Neddy understands me quite. He's the very best donkey in all the town, For his ears stick up, and his tail hangs down. Father has bought me a nice new whip, But I only tickle old Ned with the tip. Isever whip him, because, you know, That's not the way to make him go. You have to speak kindly, to stroke and pat, For Neddy knows quite well what you're at. And though he can't speak he feels and knows More, father says, than you'd suppose. I feel quite a man! I look so smart ! Gee up, old Neddy, be quick and start 1" -Our Little Dots.
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
LANCWAHRIN The oversea export of fruit fromni Langwarrin continues to make a steady headway. Although the first consign ment of 100 cases left here, but two I years ago, this season arrangements are being made to export 1200 cases. I A pleasing feature in connection I with export is that increased attention is beingpaid to produce sound and clean fruit by winter spraying with red oil and later with Bordeaux. Mr Williams, of "Rupertston," has a motor sprayer at work. The apple crop promises to 'be heavy, is also most of the soft fruits. Apricots.in most cases have been thinned out by frosts, and. a light setting has taken place. Spraying for codlin moth has begun, and requires strict attention for a time, early spray ing being of the most benefit.. In most orchards ploughing and work ing the ground is nearing completion, and the gardens now show up in trim condition. With most orchardists poultry keep ing is receiving a deal of attention, and the flocks-are being brought to a high st...
WELCOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
WELCOME NEWS. Ten little tom-tits Waiting in the snow, Where to get the next meal Wishing they could know. Two older tom-tits, Perched upon a rail, Dringing such a story, Like some fairy tale: "There's a lovely creature At a cottage door, Scattering us sweet dainties From her pinafore; "Quite a spread I tell you Cake and seed and crumb; And when all is ready She will bid us come. "Oh, her eye' a?e coloured, Like our heads, soft blue, Mouths like summer rosebuds, Curls of sunny hue." "Has she wings cf silver, Snowy white, or grey 7" "Wings I they have not come yet, But they will, some day I" Little lFol.
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL The secretary of the Frankston sports acknowledges a donatiou of 10s 6d from Mr L. R. N. Utber towards the funds. Additional siding accommodation is to be provided at the Mornington Junction railway station for the better handling of traffic, crossing of trains, etc. A.meeting is convened in this issue for Friday next, in the Hastings hall, of all personsiuterested in the progress and developement of Westernport Bay. Mr Geo Thomas, of Somerville, was severely shaken up by a fall he received while riding a young pony last Sunday week. Something on the road startled the pony, causing the rider to be thrown. Dr.Grillith attended the sufferer, who is now pulling round. The Somerville Cricket Club has sold the old shed-used as a grand stand for many-a-day. The purchaser is Mr Chba Thornell. The new pavilion in the park so eclipsed the old structure that it was tnought wisest to dispose of the latter. We hope to see the cricketers playing is the park this year. Quite a s...
R.C. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
R.C. CONCERT. The annual concert and dance in' aid of the local R.C. Churcl was held on 'Yednesday last. The attendance, though good, was nol up to that of previous years. The chair was occupied by Mr John Cain, J.P., lii his u.ual well-known style. The following prigramme was submitted : - Overture, Miss Clarke; song " Wearing of the Green," Dr Weld (enoored); song, "ILove you,' Mrs Brindle; song in character "Gay little girls of Japan," by seven little school girls accom panied by Miss Joyes ; duet, " Friendship." Mr and Mrs Lester recitation, " Warship Camper down," Mr A. Christie ; song, " Mammy's Boy," Miss May Clark (ensore) ; recitation (humorous), "How Shockery Set a Hen," M1 Bartells (encored), " Uncle Joshua has his portrait taken "; song, " She is far from the Land where her Young Hero Sleeps,". Mrs Les ter (encored), one of the gems of the. evening ; song, "Yip-i-addy i-ay," in character, Mr 1Wyatt (en. cored) ; song, "The Donovans," Mrs Lester (eiicored) " Annie Laurie ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
TAKEN SICK IN SYDNEY. "When in Sydney some time ago r had a very bid attack of indigestion with sick ness lasting for some hours," writes Mr J. F. Holme', 231 Aubarn Road. Hawthorne, VIe. "It loft sa wnak I was unable to go to business. A fI iend gave me a sample of Chamberlain's Tablets, and after taking three tablets I was so much better that I was able to resume work, and in less than a weak I. was quite well." Sold by all storekeepers. Woods, Great Peppermint Cure' - for Coughs and Colds, never falls. is Gd COFFEY BRos., FAMOUS VEIIgLES AND - ARNESS Hundreds to choose from. New and Secondhand CASH or TERMS. 87-, Qseep Strtee, Melbourne, ar!l 630 GPureC, Street, RicIl'ond. REMOVAL. NOTICE. -- THE LEADING- BUTOHER - J. W. Doherty, MORNINGTON. Wishes to intimate to his numerous cnstomerst ithate has Renmored into his New and Commodious Premises (next A. Nunn and Sons), Main Street, and hopes by strict attention to merit a continuance of their patronage. Only Heat of the Primest Qua...