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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
GLEBAING 3ALE OF .'L .l'PLUn -T)CK. SOME R'.!JLLE, Wednesday, October 18th. C j1L.'.: .?, t:...:cer. Cr.nburne, C a. rr ic-trunctiou tromn Ir G. 'I -nm!L*F.h 1 s-i!. tn .'.v' ;tate HOR' C --1. ust.i .~tr . L.v-dien to all ,L k: I 3 ei'-odtre nir, medium drsa ht. ,nl.r-.k : l 14 hamnds pay, Iby Il Iti?teh, the ~cietated C?ITLE -6,Cw in fnll nmilk; gol Sprminers : is head voing Cattle. LrF;-I heasvwrirtht lt'kerr; 0o light weight pIler' ; rI slilP :2 hacon p gs :i eein..-ws : :.? nckers ; I t'.f.irmre| ricrk-hire tiar. to:- i.oav Jiherr. neart: u.w : ?ne covered Wag-m, in ."t .ir. e. Cardml Ia 4f erties. Ti?.." ' sai- -1 irl·oek. 1.,, for ar5aaO oCher owr er, HOP.tiE. CAITLE, E.w_ iMorington SOISE SALE. RTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 Alex. Scott and eo. SLL :LT. ! a I~.Thre Sale i. the Cor " .-r.i n. Yards on thre abve date at 12 ?..ek sha.!p, when they-will offer 8o Horses anrI Ponies F-?n . '--,lac: 12 epringeart and *.l t-rl 1:. -' toI fl years. F:.n 1 .i:">, : nu?taium draughts and gi.....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER 'Clydebank," MORNINCTON, Executes all kirdsof- WATCH, CLOCK JEWELLEBY and SPECIAL REPAIRS. S es and keys fittdl. Orders ca ?t wimthe??- Annear B?tOS Merng ton; Mr Rudduck, Dromana; Messrs uenn and Son', Someroille; or Car riers.Messrs Cairns snd Willisms, who pass Clydebank" daily. Fstimates given for repairs, if desired, oefore proceedin with them. G;cds of every desetiption connected with the trade, ire uling the mostup.to-date mktes cf watihes sub mitted for aporoval. Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lus,±'e received and promptly delivered. Ho.es san Vehicles f r hire: Prices reaJ)t.sle ,etters and Te:e-rams grompt:y attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Witel . n ?tr Orders......... Prime Meat O s'y K pt .............. Smai: Goo is .f Every Description Fresh D.ivr iides arid Skin B.oaghV................ F. G. hI AMBERLIN, Phr...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. FIRST MEETING IN THE NEW HALL. ROAD MAKING MACHINE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. FIRST MEETING IN THE NEW HALL. ROAD MAKING MACHINE WANTED. The Frankston and Hastings shire council met for the first time in the neat, well-finished and nicely-furnished shire hall on Wednesday, when there were pre sent :-Cra Ritchie (president), Oates, Baxter, Cole, Griffeth, Mur ray, Perrott, Hodgins, and Alden, and Mr Sambell (engineer), and Mr Jones (secretary). After the reading and confirma tion of the minutes of the previous meeting, Cr Griffeth. with the con sent of his seconder, withdrew the motion in his name at last meeting to the effect that £300 be borrowed to finance the building of the shire hall. CORRE1PONrDENCE. From Railway l)epartment, in timating that summer time table on the Stony Point line would be co menced from e1st November.- miasioners to be thanked. Fruitgrowers' Ass ciation, asking that steps be taken to prevent pro posed alteration of the 5.30 p.m. train to an earlier time.-Mr Gault forwarded a letter from the Rail...
FOOTBALL. BULL AND BUSH v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
FOOTBALL. BULL AND BUSH v. FRANK. STON. The Bull and Bush team of foot. ba lers paid their annual lvisic to Frankston last Saturday. the - party numbering about 50. This outinghas been an annual nffdir for the past six or seven years, and many who came to Frankston with the team on Satur. day, have been on the trip on- every occasion. The football match in the afternoon was somewhat of ii fiasco, for, with such l.ague cracks in the team as Wilson and Gibb (Colling. woods, Robinson, Tonipkins and Hendrie (Melbourne), Eickie ("t. Kilda), and other Association ar.d League p ayers, the visitors were al tbgether too strong for, the weak eighteen oppo ed to them. It is little credit to the Frankston 'club, who have won the Premiership nhd tc cordingly been held up as a good country team, to show such 'scant courtesy to a gentlemenly lot of fellows from Melbourne as not to - even. on deavour to get a decent 18 together, to have a friendly rame. The fact, Smen trrtM ae? hpon,' and those who...
Frankston New Year's Day Sports. WORKING BEE ARRANGED TO IMPROVE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Frankston New Year's Day Sports. WORKING BEE ARRANGED TO IMPROVE PARK. There was an attendance of about 25 at the meeting of the committee of the above last Friday. The principal business was the ar ranging of a-working bee for Wednes day next to top dress the lower end of the ground. As this is a work which will beuenfit all users of the park, a large muster of 'bees' should result. Horses and drays were promised by Messrs. Oates, MlcComb, Ritchie, McKenzie and Dr Plowman, and several volunteered to do their part in filling the drays and spreading the loam. .The bee will start at one o'clock, and Mr- McComb was ap pointed- supervisor. Offers to supply music were received from several metropolitan bands, but it was decided to defer the matter till the Frankston band had decided whether it could accept the engage Several other matters--logs, re freshments, station advertising, goal kicking competition, ete:, were dis cussed, and the meeting adjourned till the following Friday evening...
Frankston and Hastings' Shire Hall. OFFICIAL OPENING. A LARGE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 October 1911
Frankston and Hastings'.. Shire Hall. O!, ICIAL OPENING. A LARGE GATHERING. The new shire hall at Somerville, which has been completed and fur nished in a first class manner, was officially opened on Wednesday last, prior to the monthly council meetiag. At the invitation of the council, there was a large attendance of ratepayers, including a fair proportion of ladies. The Mornington'shire was represented by the president (Cr Barrett), Crs lood, Ciampbell Grover; and the secretary (Mr J. Crosbie), and engi neer (Mr T. Fowler). It was origin atly arranged that ths member for the district (Hon. A..*Downward) should perform the opening ceremony, but a telegram was received during the morning stating that owing to a depu I tation he was unable to be present. The function-was accordingly carried out by the president of the shire (Or I T. Ritchie), who made a suitable sub stitute for Mr Downward. Shortly after 11 o'clock, with the neat, spick-and-span hall filled with .. a~ ?, Ce Or Ritchi...
PENINSULA COMPETITION. FIXTURES FOR SEASON. 1st ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
PENINSULA COMPETITION. ILXTURES FOR SEASON. Ist ROUND. Nov. 4-Hastings v. Flinders. ,,, Tyabb v. Somerville. li-Flinders v. Tyabb. ,. Somerville v. Hastings. 23 Hastings v. Tyabb. Somerville v. Flinders. 2nd ROUND. Dec. 2.-Flinders v. Hastings. Somerville ;v. TyabD. ,, 9-Tyabb r. Flinders. ,,,, Hastings v. Somerville. 16-Tyalibo v. Hastings. Flinders v. Somerville. 3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastings v. Flinders. , yabb v. Somerville. ,, 20-Flinders v.Tyabb. S, Somerville v. Hastings. ,, 27-Hastings v. Tyabb. Somerville v. Flinders.
SCHEDULE A.—(Clause 4) (b).) Notice of Application for a Mining Lease. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
SCHEDULE A.-(Clause 4) (b).) Notice of Application for a Mining Lease. I the undeigned, hereby give notice 5 that, within ten days from the date hereof1 I will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of Heidelberg an application for a lease, thle particulars whereof are hereunder set forth Name in full of applicant or applicants, and style under which it is intended that the business shall be carried on-Patrick Joseph O'Connor. Full address of each applicant - 301 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. Supposed extent of ground applied for, and whetheron or below the surface, or both or a lode-40 acres (more or less). Name and address of each person (if any) who is owner of and who is in oc cupation of the land. so far as the appli cant has been able to learn-S. Danch, Royal Avenue, North Essendon. Full description and precise locality of the ground-Sittuate on the Bull Dog Creek, Dromanna, part of lot 14 on plan of subdivision No. 4010, part of Jamieson's Grown Special Survey. parish of Ka...
Municipal Voters' List. REMOVAL OF NAMES. COUNCILLOR QUESTIONS REVISION COURT'S ACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Municipal Voters' List. REMOVAL OF NAMES. SCOUNCILLOR QUESTIONS RE. e VISION COURT'S ACTIONS. At the Mornington shire council meeting last week, pursuant to rotice, Cr Griffeth moved "That ex-president ex-returning officer Cr Flood be asked to report at next meeting re the dis franchisement of several lady voters by expunging their names from the or ginal Voter's List; to give the names of each, the 'james of the objectors in each case, and to say if such objector or objectors complied with the Local Government Act by putting the objections in writing and signing same under his own hand." In moving the motion, Cr Griffeth said he felt a grievance over the mat. ter. Cr Campbell seconded the motion. Cr Flood rose to a point of order, and contended that comp'aints against the actions of the revision court should not be now entertained or con. sidered by the council. A revision court Ihad certain powers, and anyone having a grievance had their reined itr court. The President said he did...
ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
7 ROSEBUD The delightful weaterf last werek enticed quite a numbe of rvisitors down for the week-end. Now tint the roads are in good or r, the p r sons who have motor-carl and lhave summer residences hero wsil be ruunning down pretty often, as the, trip from Melbourne only takes ahuont one ant a half hours to accomplish Rosebud always likes to ttep abreast of the times,and as strikes re tI he gene ral order of things just now, two of the local stone, masons.thought,; that it was only proper to go out on ,rike, if only to be in the fashion; but it appears that there was somethin else which I was responsible for thei actions, as the local roads are being cpaired and the boss stonemason Ih puens to be the ranger from the adj ent vill ige who likes catching a crtea old black cow- that seems to h e taken a, special liking to him. TIse said cow also belongs to one of tk men who struck, for he thought 4hat a boss who would put his cow 1s the pound was not the boss for him so that is the re...
Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Masonic. On M6nday last, th New Frank ston Lodge was con ecrated. The ceremony was performed. by R. W. Deputy Grand Haste Dr Charles Carty Salmon, assistd by Grand Lodge officers. Bro. H BI. Hnton was installed W.M., Br . Grant S.W., Sherlock J.W., Clemen D.C.. Iit chie chaplain, Schbultz D., May J.D,, Dr Griffith treasurer, Body secretary, Keast I G., lBenson Tyler, Mason S.S., Armstrong J.S. Abo 100 of the district and visiting rethren were present at the banquet ollowing the ceremony.
Stock Truckings. INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Stock Truckings. INTERESTING FIGURES. At the 31ornington council meeting last week, Gr Campbell gave the fol lowing interesting returns of the stock trucked to and from Mornington during the past 12 months: MIornington,Outward : 18 trucks cattle, 15 trucks horses, 13 trucks pigs; inward: 55 trucks sheep, 35 trucks cattle, 25 trucks horses and 1 truck piga Mosroouc.-Outward: 661 trucks sheep, 3 trucks cattle, 4 trucks horses; inward; 751 trucks sheep, 15 trucks cattle and 3 trucks horses.
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) WEEKLY EGG DAY 1 FOR THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
OUJR LETTER BOX. (We do not nctessarily ide ifty ourselves with lthe opinions expresse by corres pondents.) WEEKLY EGG DAY .1 OR THE MELBOURNE HOSI ITAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-My committee ble, your co. operation in bringing under the notice of the public the Weekly E: g Day for the Melbourne Hospital. '1 hii means of contributing to the nee. s of the sick and convalescent in the wards of the Institution was inaugnt ated last Thursday with great success, the first count nmounting to 173 dozc n. Eggs form one of the staple article:, of hlos pital dietary, and the annual cost of this one item to an Institutim n treat ing over 6,000 in-patients per annum, is very great indeed. Fcrsome months to come eoggs will be very I. lentiful, and poultry farmers might esi llyspare a dozen or so weekly', and ma y pri vale owners of fowls might spare a few:,A.;. - A liberal response to this app al will enable the committee to sun1 liber ally this most valuable 1,- n of nourishment to the patients 'n t...
Frankston Show. PRIZE-MONEY INCREASED. BIG LIST OF DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Frankston Show. PRIZE-MONEY INCREASED./I BIG LIST OF DONATIONS. A meeting of the Frankston show com nittee was heldon Wednesday vcrening, the fIlowing being present :-MIessrs Sher lock (chairman). Richardson. Cuthbert, Cameron. Benson, Bonnor. J. Hogan, Coal. G. Grice, Chamberlin. Oates, :Dr Mawell and Bates (secretary. Messrs A. I). lox and Mark Brody were added to the committee. On the secretary reporting that he had been promised £158 in donations there was great applause, this being a record amount Mr Hates was warmly congratulated on the result of his canrass. The prize schedule was gone through in ,uikt time, and a great many of the prizes raid In the class for horses (always the featre of the show) the prize money was sutstantially increased, most of the sections carrying 2 2s and (t Is for first and second respeirelyr. The high jump was raised to £5 first and £2 second. reveral new sections were also sdded in horses, castle dcgs. poultry. sheep. fancy work, patrr. etc.
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL "Looker.On's" letter cannot be pub lished unless the usual press rule is com plied with and the writer's name for. warded. Four columns of local news appears tihs week on our fourth page. Owing to lengthy council reports, a quantity of matter is crowded out of this issue. At the Mornington Licensing Court, on d Thursday last, before Philip Cohen Esq., L.Mt., the licence of the Flinders Hotel, at SFlinders, was transferred from John Peter SOlsen to Thomas Swift, of South Melbourne. , The full collections on Sunday next in the f, following Anglican Churches will be given to the hos itals :-St. Paul's, Frankston St SAndrew's, ili own Swhile at Pearcedale, where the Sunday ' 0chool festival is being celebrated, chit Sdren are being asked to bring eggs for the Children's Hospital. S HLIouse and land sales at Mornington to are still booming. Mr. J. G. Barrett has f. sold to Miss Good, of Glaryborough, Mr W. Gonsal's commodious brick villa, and Mr A. Edward's villa in Wat...
Mornington Shire Council. TRUCKING YARD OBJECTION WITHDRAWN. SECRETRY'S SALARY INCREASED. REVALUATION MOOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Mornington Shire Council. TRUCKING YARD OBJECTION WITHDRAWN. SECRETARY'S SALARY INCREASED. REVALUATION MOOTEID. The monthly meeting ol the above was held on Thulrsday -of last week, when there were present : -Crs Barrett (presideut), Alston, Griffeth, Stephens, Flood, Grover, Campbell and Lobb. After the reading of the minutes Cr Campbell complained that Mr Edwick had not been invited to join the council in their tour of inspection of the roads. He was under the impression that a motion was passed at previous meeting directing that Mr Edwick be invited.-Councillors agreed that it was simply a suggestion at last meeting, and that no motion was brought forward.-Cr Campbell accepted the explanation. COaIESPONDENCE. From Mornington Progress As sociation, calling attention to the way Mr D. J. B. Tait's red lamp glasses in the street obstructed the light, and urging that steps be taken to have same removed. Received, no action. Same, requesting that asphalt at gate at pier end of park be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
THIS CONCERNS YOU ! The Patent AUSTRAL SANITARY CLOSET is the Ideal Invention for places outside sewerage area.- r- hiS Arplica u t z- t!- cua1 use for twelve months by the public, with the result that it is now being specified by many-of MIdbhurne s Iading Architects. Posittvdly Fly Proof, and its unfailing disinfecting action reni-rs it cjourl s, makinr it a perfect safeguard against Typhoid and InfectoLu Diseases. The: rs, Barks, HI:c!s, Convents, and Private Houses, who have installed the "u;r! 'r! -peak in the highest terms of its simnplicity, comfort, efEca;cv, a'.d general utility. Price, with 3 Months' Disinfectant. £5 5s. INSPECTION OR CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. THE AUSTRAL SANITARY CO., Sole MIanufacturers & Patentees, 475 Collins St., MELBOURNE. NO MEDICINE LIKE I3MBNTS IN NTON 8. A LEADING PUBLICIST & MASTER OF ARTS, AND EXPERT IN CRIME & CRIMINALS, & JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, SAYS: There is no equal to this medicine; for old Sand young alike. I ...
CRICKET. SOMERVILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
CRICKIT. SOMERVILLE CLUB. The annual meeting of the Somer ille Cricket Club was held a fes days since in the Mechanics' Hall, when there were present:-Mr Chas. Murray (in the chair), Messrs G. Keast, S. S. Gault, C. Griffith, Han ton Bros, Chas. Thornell, Geo Grant, G. WV. Reed, R Kn1ly, Fred Murray, .F"EUF- bgas. rant, Gomm, and H. Croft (hon. sec.) The election of officebearers re so ted :-President, Mr Thos. Thor nell: patrons-Dr Griffith, Mr Chas, Murray, Mr Ceo. Griff. th; vice-presi dents-Messrs S. J. Perry, D. Puckle, C. Gray, J. Twyford, A. E. Twyford, A. H. Holdsworth, G. Philbrick, Chas. Thorn*II, G. Keast, WV. G. Chancellor, Nuen and Sonsu, A. Duthoit, L Kitz and Son, J. Mdse. Croft Bros., G. C. Cole, Yuile and C s., J. Warren, R. J. Taylor, and H. B. Hanton; general committee - Chis. Thornell, Geo. CGrant, S: S. Gault, G. W. Reed and H. Croft ; se ection committee-S. S. Gault, (Geo. Grant, G. W. Reed; cap. t in-S. S. Gault , vice-captain-Geo. Grant; As~ociation delegates...
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
LAN WARRI1 At thb last me -ting of the Progres. sir- A" ciation Mr Archihild ten dried his resienatio' as a member owing to presrsuar f private business. it was unanimously ducided to grant Mr Ark-.ibll talvs mnonths leave of absence. Both the pre4il-nt and secret try cordially thanked Mr Archi kjld fur papers and addresses delivered bef re th- society The Ftankstor Christian Endeavor Society paid a visit to and conducted a mae ing here last Wednesday even in The lalies were to the fore. Mrs Twaninu proved a capable presi dint. A very sympath tic paper was delivered by Miss Twining, and an artice, which contained same good loic, ws read by Miss Crosskel. Mi s Ca-r gay. a oe y neat and inter e'tinz addrrse on Christianity versus Eastern beliefs. Miss Sherlock pre sidd at the organ. The Lsngwarrin young ladies served refreshments in a boantiful manner to the visitors. A deputation of the set*lers of Langwarrin. who are endeavouring to hare the loading removed from their selections, wa...
BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
BALNAR1INC. The bill held by the Ihlnarring Branch of the A.N.A, on 11th inst as a great success. The hall was comfortably filled, and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. m.uic in their unsv eficient manner, while Mir A. Dearey carried out the uies of MLC. .About midnight a plendid supp r vas served round, ad the gathering broke up about 1.30. after a very enjoyable evening's dancin Ie working lbee arranged by the Progress Association last Saturd y a: the rentis court was well attended, slout fifitcn turning up. Another grel runser vi I just about finish the court. On thl- 14th October. a meeting was c"as* red at "C rl-rt," Balnr tin . to iwsuuurate a Ibrazch of the Andralia. Wormen's National Lague in the di-trict. Miis 1:. A Edg-r reprr-wl*-i the Iague, and travelled irom 31. I rurne to .d-lress the gather irg on it aims anid o bject-. The new .r tesn of pref..rental coring was also cle-ark explain--l T.irty fon mem br- wer. nroerll and the fol'lowing obis--l arers and comr...