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Dandenong Market. OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Dandenong tarket, OCTOBER 7. Alex. Scott and Co., report:-An other heavy supply of milkers and springers yarded, and th general tone of the market was abou equal to last week. Some of the prin ipal prices as follows:-Milkers-1 at 9 2s Gd, 3 to £6 17s Gd. 2 to £ 1 s, 1 at £G, '1: at £5 10s,.1 at £G 2s I at £8 . 5s, 1 at £6 10s, 2 to L 7s d,2 to£3 7s Cd, 11 to £1 17s Gd, It £7 Is,2 to £7 12s Gd. Springers-: to £, 1 at £G, 3 to £5 15s, 1 at.£5 s, 1 at £G 10s, 1 at £5 17s id. S' ores-About the usual yarding and no alteration in prices. Pigs-Light s pply, sales very dull; bacon: heavy 44s to 46s, medium 41s to 43s, light t 4)0s. Pork: heavy 27s to 20s, medium 24s to 26s, light 21s to 28s ; stores t, 16s; slips to 14s; suckers, prime to 13s, others from 7s to Os Gd. (r Ives-Usual supply: heavy prime to 36s; lighter 25s to 30s , others l15s to 20s; small from Os.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
MACKIE & WI LLIAMS FAMIULY BUTCHERS, Young Street. Frankslon g _ºV NO pnreha d Mr G. W. Well e L uttberinr Btwitues. r Fp'e fUla - rc~Itt2 crut~a~=e Lif the rat~ofl· .u .l 1tLLh d tieir predecessor. FP.;S BE F, POCK 1UTTO:; ETC Freda Daily. yAwnu m Wins OA DUILY PO OL as II · I /7A ý ./ ý d ý ".ýý:I~ifT°', 7 ,(:ir i~r a ý tlý ý t((yrn '! / . 7n:Cl ý '` rt liý" ,: ri , G ý 'F . F " ; a"ti "L u p wg1 ,1 4 1 ýý f / ý ýý j ý, ,q ý iý CCýý J G f 't4 l`ý ',, 'r 1º ritF i- i G+/ ib'" ý 'lm I,ýý " rt ý. 4SFzimfMý ` Yirfjjti(ýýý// .5i+V w nr~.ýrlYWw""" ý!^7:ý1tr - . FRANKSTfON NEW YEAR'S DAY itblletic Sports In the BEAUTIFUL FRANMKSTON PARK One MIinute fromn Station and Beech. Monday, January 1st, 1912. Cycling, Footracing, Wood Chopping, Football Events, Dancing, etc, PROGRAMME. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP - (open), 120 yds, £25-lst, £20 2nd, £3; 3rd, £2. Nomination 35 6d, acceptance 3s 6ld. OPEN HANDICAP, 220 yds., £5-l1st £3 10s; 2nd £1; 3rd 10s. Nomination 2s, acceptance Is. ..FRANKSTON W...
WESTERNPORT. MR DOWNWARD ON ITS CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
WESTERNPORT., MR DOWNWARD ON ITS CLAIMS. During the debate, last week on "grievance day," Mr Downward made the following eloquent appeal on be half of Westeroport as a naval base. The hon member said (as reported in "Standard") : "I desire to direct the attention of the House and the Government to a matter of considerable importance in relation to the proposed shipbuilding yards in Victoria. It will be rmem bered that Admiral Henderson recom mended Westernport as a suitable naval base, and stated that it was the most suitable site on the eastern sea board of Victoria. A though the State Government has nothing to do with the question of defence, we realize that the Federal Government is going so give the shipbuilding in connexion with the Australian Navy to the harbor that has got the best accomno dation for shiphuilding, end the best facilities. They have made a start Salready in Sydney, and if we do not make ample provision: in our ·-*--ue--oseiicoois.., , here we will seethe whole...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
-DENTIST.- T MORNINGTON . ý Mr Fred S, Parrett, .... D. D. S. ........ A 31; ClUlCIIh ST RICHMOND, -?,l. z^: "i rdargton MONTIILT 4 5 ý :c-. orrlted at aIrsj. *\'. ~·rc C'i " Main St. SAT''?::5. O"TOIIER 21st SA L , N.TEMBiER 18th at is. 1 axt. to 4.: )pm. 31 Chicks, Chicks, Chicks. \ ;()NT Ai-, 1 CHANCE. F Nr, is the the time to order and secure r. inter Ilaters. from Chas. W, Clarke's tam, -laingtrnl rsrch, a fortnight .j. la ke~lern in mrotation. - 4r WHITh UIA6iOIHNS TO LAY AND PAY -! . .r CLARKE (late Pooltry ex L;ct.of Dor.kie "lIege for 7 years dc-i.e-:' intri:ate tha. he has started busircess as abovue, and repared to sutppy Ireat LAYING STRSIN of EGtis. White LEGHORNS and WYtA D)OT'TE1 only, at the low p.-. c f pcr settin:. The Wycoffe Parn oris nhurst, in Leghorns; also Did i. ! hcrwell'i American White Wpr& :tes. . L-t laying strain in the Cor!::i : Iprinted by two seconds in Do'i :,, mpetiticn, under my charge- .t 3' rer attin". Ll.?. 111lTE POULTRY FARM, Skye LR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHM AKER and - - JEWELLER 'Cydebank." MORNINCTON, Ereentes al. kir dscf WATCH, CLC iCK JEWELT.ERY and SPEC IAL EEPAIES. Glases and eys fitted. Orders can be tot ; Mr Euddanck, Drorana ; Messrs Sunn and iSos, Somerville; or Car riers. Messrs Cairns and Williams, who pas "Clydebank' daily. Estimates given for repairs, if esired, before proceeding with them.. i-oda of every dessription connected with the trade, ite nding the mastpto-dte mkes of wathebes sb mitted for approal. Customers visited by appointment. p J. MILLARD, E Si CARRIER and CAB PRO- D PRIETOR, B FRANKSTON. Y Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lng'e received and promptly delivered. Ro.ses and Vehicles for hire. Prices res.vsbhle etters sad T-legra'ns promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-itreet, Frankston, Families W= ited ."n fir Ordra......... Prime 0na 1 Ontl , p. ...... .. Sure: GnlIa of Every Dsscri;tion Pre Daily aides ard Skins B right............... F. G. .ILAMBE RIN, Phrmacetical &a...
Mornington Shire Affairs ENGINEER RESENTS COUNCILLORS' INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 October 1911
Mornington Shire Affairs ENGINEER RESENTS COUN CILLORS' INTERFERENCE. The following report was submitted by the engineer at the meeting of the Mornington shire council last week:- Gentlemen,-The question of allocation of funds to the various roads is a matter that requires the early attention of the council, and this respect it is unfortunate that advice has not yet beenh received ast to the amounts of special grants which may he expected from the Government. The council has applied for £250 special vote, and £300 Irom the Tourist vote, and I have prepared the following outline scheme of allocation assuming the full amounts stated are granted. The secre tary informs me that atout £1000 will be. available from the shire funds for con tracts, maintenance and day work: Mat Necpean road, from north boundary to main street, £50; main street to lBal combe's Bridge, £60; Balcombe's Bridge to South Fall, Mt. Martha, £5 ; South Fall, Mt Marths to Flinders and Kange rong shire, £50; Three Cha...
The Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
The Stud. '~l following horses are advertised in the "Standard' to stand in the district this season: Bravo, Mr G. H. Grindal's well known Clydesdale. Fitz Bells, MrG. W. Booth's beau tifully tred trotter. shapely poniy. . Centrewood and Shepherd Lion, Ml r Gomm's well-Ired Clydesdales; also Bolinda;ta fashionably-bred roadster. Tit Willow, Mr Waleer Cairn's well-bred roadster. -Pagliacci,.Mr T. H. Sage's thorough bred of much qiuality. Young Sir Andrew, Firth's shapely clydesdale.
Mornington Presbyterian Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Mornington Presbyterian Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY CPLEBRATION On Wednesday ovening last a most enjoyable evening was spent in the Mechanics' Institute,- Morn ington, by the parents and children of the Presbyterian Church, in celebration of their Sunday School Anniversary. The programme started by an overture by Miss Bertha McLellan in her usual able manner, followed by a recitation, "The little housekeepers," by the Misses N. McDougall, V. Blair and H. Foster,'the little people carrying out their parts very prettily. Next was a pianoforte selection by Miss W. Bradford, which was. well re ceived. Again the little people came to the fore, this time Masters E. Allison, H. Byles, .Y. McDougall and K. Brown in a piece entitled "' The four winds," very well ren dered. Miss Elsie Allison favored the audience with a recitation, "Butterflies;" this very small lady was very loudly applauded. An :action song by ten boys, "The Red, 'White ui"BicB ,"ulosi iiig with a tableau, was an item hearti...
Frankston Police Court. Monday—Before Mr Cohen, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Frankston Police Court. Mond'ay-Before ?r Cohen, P.M.: Tho-. Lucey, truaricy inspector, v. Henry Peddle, "non atten lance of child at echnol.-Fined 2s. J. E.. Jones. secretary Frankston and'Haitings shire v: . O?sino, non Fined and12e 61coa Same v.iD; Stewart, concerning one dog.-Finrd is and .2s. Gd'cnsts. - : Same v..Dr Ja. Teague. -Fined 5s for each dog (4), Sn -rgistiatinn fee, and 12s Gd costs. Sime v.A. Amentin'a.-lined 5s, 5s registration fee, ind 12s (d costs. Mr W. S. Cook yppI art l for the shire council. W. Gregory v. T. Cyuper, goods (bags) sold and delivered.-Order for amoutlr, £2 5s, with 5s.orptS? Alice Stagg .v:.B: Todor' claim for £3 103 9d, hoard and lodgin aend work and labour done.-Order for amount, and 5s costs. Sime v. Ernest Stagg, elaimi for £4 15s, board and lodging.-Order for amount, and 5s costs. W. G. Chancellor v. .;and C. Grif. fith,'?laim for attachment order con cerning -Leslie Petersen, a former employee.-An order ,absolute was made for £2 9s 54, wit...
TYABB. LECTURE ON POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
TYABB. LECTURE ON POULTRY. On Tuesday veuning 'at, Mr H.. V. H.wkins, Gajv-rcuc..t poultry ex pert., lectured in the local hall, under the auspices of the Tyabb and Hast engs Fruitgrowers' Association. About eighty persons attended; and h4d it not been for the incleinent weather, a much larger attendrnce would have been assured. Mr Hawkins gave some useful hints and advice to would he poultry farmers, and also some in teresting figures and data concerning the rapid growth of the trade during tihe pst five years in Victoria.' The lecture was illustrated by numerous limelight views of Hairksbury and Burnley Government and- private farms, as~ well as birds of different breeds. The lecture proved most in teresting, and was attentivelyl listened in.. At the eonclusiotn a hearty vote of thlanks to the lecturer was carried by acclamation on the motion of Mr M.ir. .
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
GOLF. Considerable interest is being taken by golfers in the tournament for'the. Presideat's trophy- to be played on Thursday and Saturday iexr, and daily enthusiastic golfers ane ~udors iog the truth of the dietum that " teeing is and a,:t, driving is a sci nee, but putting is the devil." Still they persevere, and 'In the 'morning, when thle coing light grows stronger, You can see the he players gting out in . Lkoals ; White, when night forbids them play ing an,,y longer, They will tell you how they did the -different holes." Our loc .l players are disappointed that the Sorrento players cannot at present st nd a earn to Dromana.
Mornington Summer Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Mornington Summer Train Service. The suminaci servifd o'ti ' '~h , rPi ington and Stony Print I 'ie, 'which includes a Sundaytrain to M'orning ton, will take effect from Ist Nvem-. bei'. This is a month.earlier than is usual, but it has beent rendered necessary by the eatrlier seaside tralfic, which has already comlnmenced. In c?nnection with this .- rvice, ai train will runs from Flinders-street for Mornington at 8.42 a.m. daily, which will obviate tle necessity fur- the transfer of passengers at Mornington Junction.
MORNINGTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
MIORNINGTON CLUB. At a meeting of the above held at Mr Cihen's, the following were pre. sent :--Messrs. Sul ivan, Freeman, Ford, Box, Pitchford, McArthur sen., J. McArthur, T. Hutchins jnr., B. Parsons, Cavill, Cohen, Bartlett, M3enck, G. Harrison and Spiller, iMr McArthur in the chair. Mr Menck moved that the club be reformed, and this was ca;ried unanimously. Mr O; H. Box was electol secretary.- The momb:br's subscr'ption was fixeJ at 5s. The following ollice-b arers woe elected :-President, Mr W. S. Cook; vice president-, Messrs J. D. Grover and Fait bairn i patrons, Cr Grifleth, G. Jenkins, Major McCallum, A. Rutter Clarke, Hlon. A- Downward, M. Mornanc, Gotch, Drs Aitchison, Cole," Woinaiski, ROv. F1ther O'Hagati, Messrs Kcpple and Janmes Grice" It was left in the hands of the committee to decide whether the club would er.ter the Peninsula competition and to purchase necessary material.
ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
ELECTORAL ROLL. Some time ago Conetables Joyes left with the adult population of this dis trict electoral cards to be filled in and returned to the post office. Though there is a penalty for non-compliance, many of the cards nave not yet been returned, and of those sent in many are not filled in or incorrectly filled in. It will pave a large amount of trouble to everyone concerned if those who hatv received cards would return them at once fully and correctly completed. An enjoyable and successful skating carnivdl took place in the Public Hall last Satu.day night. The prizes for the best costumes were won by MIr Gibson (Sundowner), and Mliss MlabeP Adams (Milkmaid.)
HASTINGS V. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
* HASTINGS v TYABB. -An off-ma'ch between Tyabb" and Hastings was played on the ground of the latter, which r-sulted in a win- for the visitors by 36 runs. The following are the scores : S ITSTIX;S. D. Reid. jun, b Floyd, ... 7 E. Ward, b Floyd, ... 4 A. Ferguson, run out, ... 11 J. Wilson, b Young, ... i T. Mentiplay, b Young, ... 0 iI. Carmichael. b Floyd, . D. Reid, nen., b Baker, . A. Boulter, b Young, ... 4 A: Denham, b Baker, ... 8 A. Sheehey, b Biker, ... 5 T. Roberts, b Young, ... 8 Sundries. ... ... 8 Total ... .. 62 TYAnn. J. Grant, retired, - ..., 23 L. Peterson, b Sheehey, 0 F. Floyd, c Grieves, 21 A. Denham, not out, ... 13 Alden. not out, ... 15 A E. Young, c Mentiplay, ... 14 Sundries 6 Total ... ... 92 The secretary of the Frankston club acknowledges the following donations : -H. Grimwade Esq., £1 is; T. Rit chie Esq.; and Dr Plowman 103 6d each; A. Buick. Esq, trophy.
Orange Blossoms. CAUDWELL—MAY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Orange Blossoms. CAUDWELL-MAY At St. Paul's, Frankston, last Wednesday, one of the prettiest weddings of the year was celebrated, the contracting parties being Mr C. Caudwell, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Caudwell, of Mentone, and Miss A. May, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs G. W. May, also of lratanna Rav,,Rv., Cnonlina nFMen toie, assisted by'Rev. G. A.kitclien, performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father. was gowned in a pretty dress of white satin, trimmed with beauti ful pearl trimmings.-,She also wore the orthodox wreath and veil. and carried a magnificent bouquet of whiteroses,fern andwhite streamers. Miss E. May (sister .of. bride) the first bridesmaid, was charmingly gowned in a lovely grey dress, with short overdress of satin, trimmed with pearls and silk oriental lace. Miss Caudwell, second bridesmaid, was also gowned in grey, and both looked very. sweet in quaint caps. of pale pink satin, trimmed with pale pink pearls, and. carried beautiful houquet'`...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Telephone Directory. - -l--Urnd, J! - 2-Hogan, J. 4 -Campbell, 3tIj..r, 'toiltfi l Park 7-Ritchie nti.. t 1' S-(Utzowa,4e, 111W, 113wtoon Il-fir Jo 0cs0 b w ise, 'looodlahi' l1-iiuociwlsn, lJJ, to~tu",!a "11-Dlaxtt I ,lh 13-C ainle tin. P C, Chnsint l3-Mlilloid, J, Lab hroprlolgi 1 1-Uiarrool, C li-Bood., t \\ 111-Plowtman, 2sro 15--Schuttz, W 1S-Gregcr). All 1'o-Jlackimo %d Villizsn4, Lutchars 20-tL~uxall, J, I ultcherl 21-Mintet tui. 11. '1:ubrja' 22-.XIL'onaad , I, ntnoeteepor 23-Ginnub., U* 23-lantor, lAt, 'Jenula'