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B GRADE. ELLINDALE V. FRANKSTON. ELLINDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
I1 GIRADE. ELLINDALE v. FRANKSTON. EI.I.INIALE. 1st innings - 2nd innings Hansen. e, b Baxter 13 c, b Baxter 8 lianaford, b Fox 32 c, b Baxter 10 H Hanaford, b Ellis 8 c, b "lngue 27 Kennedy, b Ellis 0 b M Comb 16i L Hansen,bEllis 7 not out 9 MaIllane, Iw, I, Fox 7 "b M'Comb 0 Cormick, b Fax I1 absent 0 Wnlir.-r---. Fpmp°- c); [tague " Monro, tot out 12 b Iasue 33 Field, run out 7 c, b Fox 9 J Hansen, b Ellis 2 b Fox ... 0 Sundries 3 Sundries 2 Total 92 Total 113 Bowling.-1st innings: Baxter I for 34, Ellis 4 for 17, Fox 4 for 9, M'Comb 1 for I ; 2nd innings: Baxter sen 2 for 21 : Fox 2 for 22, Llagne 3 for 21, 11 3MConb 2 for 14. FRANKOSTON. - 1st innings 2nd innings For, run out 5 bT l Hansen 4 Chandler, b Hansen 10 b Hansen 4 Buxter, b Kennedy I absent ) Ellis, b Kennedy 2 I Hansen 0) Benson, b Kennedy 11 b IIansen 3 M'Comb, b Kennedy 11 b Hansen 0 Patterson, c b ansen 4 c, b Kennedy 0 Hague, run out. 5 b Hansen 0 Batterham, notout I r, b Hansen I W Pettit, b Hansen 8 b HIansen 1...
LANGWARRIN "SHOULD BACHELORS BE TAXED." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
LANGWARRIN "SIHOULD BACHELORS BE TAXED.'" After the usual routine bhuine s was transactel at the Mutual Improve ment Society on Thursd.ly' evening last, ir Jas Sumumets in the chair, a most amusiog idebate took place on the question, "Should Bachelors b. taxed." For the afimrnative capit I speeches were miade by Mr Berry and Summuers. " For the negative, Mr Walter Cain made a splendid defence. The affirmative side had the speakers, and provid(dt the most arguments. Deepite this fact the judge awarded the verdict to the negative, stating that peoplel should nmirry for affection, as love meant natural selection, and folk sIhoutI marry fr' love. At this vrldict theli was a: demon stration by ia el an shaved, intelligent looking, young man. This was promptly spl'"ossed by His Honor, Judge Arhttlt'd, pieti g a sentence for colnt atlpt of counit. The culprit gave his .:.,e as Jin Zummners, and is Irlieved t, beh connected with the rail way service. On t he ill-tion of E. Berry, a very cor...
CRICKET. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. BAD START BY FRANKSTON TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
CRICKET. CAULFIElD -MOORABBIN CO31 PETITION. BAD START BY FRANESTON TEAMS. Both the Frankston A and B teams made a bad start for the season in their first metches, both being easily defeated in their contests concluded on Saturday. The match at Frank ston between Ellindale and Frankston Il's was an exhibition of bad fielding and worse catching, both teams miss ing four easy chances in the field on Srturday. The A's were also very loose in theirfielding. The scores of the games are given below. A GRADE. FRANKSTON v. ELLINI)ALE. Fnae: KsTON. Ist Innings. 2ad Innings. Barter, b Sim:nonds, 25 b .immond.; 1 Robert-on. I.b.w. 6 b- Simmonds . It SDeanre, b Elin r--'7 ' c, b Simmand.U 2 FBarley. b Ellin, so c. b Simmonds I) Kennedy, b Ellin, 2 b Ellin, 0 ., Box. b Simimnds 1 b Ellin, Rcynolds, jr, b Ellin b Fllin " Reynolds, sr, b. Carter O c, b Simmonds 2 Gunther, stp. 4 c, b Ellin 0 Jir .1axrel-l, b Ellin. 0 n Kemp. not out, 6 absent Sundries .. I ... I Total ...... 63 36 Itowling-ist inn...
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v..RICHMOND. This match was fired on Saturday in':, and was won by Richmond by 40 points. The sisitors donated a silver spoon to the highest scorer on the Frankston side, and the winner proved to I? A. lBethune, with a total of 61. Scores:-- ?i) and t00 yds. FIuANseros. A. Itatu.... .. 3'...., R .. 1 C ... T. Cooper ... 27 33 e 60 It Lloyd ... 28 . 32 GO [I. Lloyd ... 32 26. 58 FiSher ... 21t .28 57 W. (lates ... 27 29 56 .l.Moseley ... 30 25 55 C. (;rant ... 28 26 54 C Dalman ... 26 25 51 Total ... ... 512 It ICll s: )ND. IIarriaon ... 34 31 65 Cairns ... 33 31 64 Nichols ... 31 32 63 Booth ... 31 32 63 Ferris ... 33 29 62 Clark ... 32 28 60 Wilson ... 32 27 59 Saunders ... 34 25 59 J. Wilson ... 32 25 57 Total ... ... 552
Golf. DROMANA v. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Golf. DROM3ANA'v. FLINDERS. On .aturdly last a team from the Finders Golf Club visited Dromana, and played a match against a team re. presenting the Dromana Club. The links were in first-class order, owing to the great care bestowed upon them by M.r Wyatt, and, as the weather was perfect, an lenjoyable ,afternoon was spent. At the conclusion of the match, afternoon tea was dispensed to both teams- The scores were: Fliaders Dromana Flinders Dromana A,H. A. H. Vanner v. Cairns . . -55 Farr v. Wyatt . 5 8 Delaney v. Fox 4 3 Spwrole v. 3'Intosh. 3 2 Prebble v. Boag 3 2 Cooke v. Joyes . . 5 6 10 7 ' 1519 Victory thus rested with the local team. Th9 Dromana secretary is at present tryin: to arrange matches wzth the Mornington and Sorrento clubs. - -
FRANKSTON v. PUBLIC WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
FRANKSTON v. PUBLIC WORKS Thi, match was fired at Port 3Iel Iun°ri., and resulted in a win for Public Works by 14 points. Scores : 80) and 910 yds. FrsAN.ros. R. Lloyd ... 32 30 62 J. Monley ... 35- 27 62 C. Wil!ox ... 27 32 59: T. Cooper ... 34 23 '57 - Ford ... 27 2? 56 S. Corlett ... 32 24 56 C. Grant ... 31 24 55 II. Lloyd ... 22 27 49 Total ... ... 1456 Pril.ic WonRKS. Murphy. senr.... 30 35 65 ohbcrlson ... 2)' 31 60 Murphy, junr.... 30 30 60 Cross ... 32 28 60 .TenninEg ... 30 26 56 Fnurerrsn ... 27 39 57 ards ... 29 27 - 56 Fulton ... 29 27 56G Total ... .. - 470 .
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Market Reports. Alex. Scott and Co. report--At the Mol'ingiton Hore Sale, on Thurs day, 19th October, we yarded. 60 horses and ponies. TI ere was a good attendance ot buyers. and -a large per centage changed hands at satisfactory .prices: 3 draught gelding £39 10j, £32 10s, £32, delivery horse £28, spring carters- 17, ponies £Li, pair ponies £20. -
Morning ton Election. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Mornington Election. The campaign for the Mornington seat at the State elections will be commenced in earnest next week, when the three candidates, Messrs Downward, ?Turphy, and Ilurchelltt, will address the electors at the diifere,,t places througlhout the Pg ninsula, dates of which will he" found in our advertising columns.
FOOTBALL ENTHUSIASM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
FOOTB iLL ENTHUSIASM. TO TifE EDITOR. Sir,--I read the remarks made by younin the account of • the Bull a?nd Bush footba!l match, and can tho roughly endorse thb.m. You have just stated the case exactly, and the 'sports' in thoFrankston team are few and far boetieen. When such a match was known to be taking place, it behoved the players to put in an appearance, to try and keep Frank ston's end up, and also benefit by a few points to be picked up troin League players. It certainly puts Frankston in a very bad light to our Melbourne visitors, especially as a Premier team. While on the subject, might I mention, the 'great enthusi asm'shown by the public over win ning the premiership. What have they done to show their appreciation of the team's efforts ? Nothing ! They have had the pleasure of witnessing the games, taking no risk whatever, but watching the players take that risk. Now the excitement is over, they forget all abotut the team's fine efforts, anld probbly think-'Dash them, w...
DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, 24TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
DANDENONG MARKET. A lex..Sett and Co" report Dairy. cattle: ;Aheavy supply of both milk ers aid springers;athe muarket thrlugh.. out blckeitlanimation, and pric?e ruled infalyor of' buyers.-. The -following were the, principal lots.-Milkers 7 to £9.15s, 2 t £8S 17 Gd, 1 at £8 15s, 1 -at £7-12s 6id, 5to £7 2s 6d, 2 to £7 2s 6d, 4 to £7, I'at £615s. Springers: 2 to £7 10., 12 to £6, 1 at £5 15,, 1.= at £5 12s Gd.. Store cattle : A fair supply, whichi sold at abeut late rates. Pigs : A heavy supplyof"all'descrip tion; competition as .'dull, and prices showed a further decline .from last week's low ratts. Prime baconers 46s, median 40s lightl 6s. Porkers : Heavy 28s, medium 24s, light 18s to 21s. `Suckers: A large-yarding and almost unsaleable at extremely low rates. Extraquality to 13s. good 5s to 7s Gd, small 2s Gd to as Gd. Calves : A good supply, including some prime medium v-alers, which reached lighly. satis factory prices. Prime calves to 45., others 30s to 36s, small vealers 10s...
Advantages of Cold Storage. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Advantages of Cold -Storage. Striking figures, which prove the value of cool storage for fruit, have been received by the Minister of Agri. cuiture, Apples placed in the Ring wood store when they were worth in a glutted market only 2s per case have been taken out in the off season, and have realised 8s per case, or Gs lGd per caae net after payment of ls 'id per case for storage. Room is pro vided for 10,000 cases, and Mllr Graham has asked the Public Works depart ment to prepare plans for doubling the capacity 'of the building. The Doncaster cool store has already been doubled in size, and a private store has also been erected there. Corl" stores for fruit are to be built with Government aid at Dilmond Creel and Tally Ho. Dr Cameron, Director of Agriculture, is in recept of a letter from a Victorian mi Calcutta, stating that 100 cases of apples shipped from i Melbourne. and carried as deck cargo, brought ISs 4d per case in the Cal cuttamarket, althou..h they were of only fourth rat...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL-SPEAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
ro KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL : SPEAKING About another-make it pass, "lefore- o speak. three gates of god, Three naTi CJ e -hl=nr "rit7' i't't ru e? .1 hlen '"J it needful ?"-in your mind; Give truthful answer; and the next, If you'ire tempted to reveal ' .: A tale to you someone has to!d, Is last and narrowest, "'Is it kind ?" And if, to reach your lip's at last, It passes through these gauteays three, Th6u you may tell tile tale, nor fear. What the result of speech may be. -Selected.
Orchard and Garden Notes. THE ORCHARED. CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Orchard and Garden Notes. (By E. Pescott,'Journal of Agriculture') THE ORCHARD. CULTIVATIOi. The necessity. of getting a good start is ju tas improtailt in the or chard as in any other work. Tile experience of o' her years has shown that in springtime the ground hardens very quiedly. e pecially in warm or windy wetrher; aHd so early plough ing is always a necessity. Even if rain foll ws the spring plouzhing, it will be easy to cultivate afterwards. Allhough a mild summer has been p·edictd, this is no reason why pluglhing should be delayed Not onldy do the weeds need suppressing, but the roots of the trees reed air, and the soil requires to be sweetenedi by the' ploulhi,g. That the season is an early one is indicated by the early b'ossooning of all kinds of fruit trees. The earliest pear tree in'full bloom in the Burnley Orchards was a Pvariety known as "'Mhiese" and this was in ful bloom on the third week of August, while last season it did not. reach full bloom until 12th September...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
AN NEA . B RO )S. (Late Ja.T. Noble) P.ailway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. STANI).A' 1J-T+I !! BOOTS AND SHOES w I. DRAPERY & MILLINERY UV TO-DATE on, S FYLIHII. S ur F' ,n t .I Finn'-s. B'. L" Cu ir -, She'ikgz, D ce. - AT. S 1 r-, Lure-, I:hik'ou11~ 1. ('iti Vi.: ll- io Y'inr Otnn Toin. S- ATbI- ACTI *N I-LIAIl'I IT IPT. - GENT'S - SUITS - TO - MEASURE. Ironmongery and Lrockei y, a Good Stock always on Hand. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TOWN OR COUNTRY. IIgl?: I' i;ls G&inn fur an, kml & .a ?uu a + Prtduc,. - DISEAbED TEETH. A DENTIoT'S ADVICE. May :,ll.l -::a,.p-edgetd stumps and t rýke-d:rwn :ttth E reu tin inthe mouth. l:-ie f-. to V.it - he mo'del n det.istl, con .:-tuentl th e a c.-eased teeth cut the t.ngue.cau-nmg .. sore wlich forms In ,? e, wt;.th t-i.tt1 develops into a nahpetciu ,: t:.e ontue. cItenark .?" it :.¢ .t ."it c:antiaues to show it *f un-k. w:ugloy i tto mouth. After. vr aa- ;u co'-s, t phi iian, and to pro i--ag :,ur i g;e i.e iemo.,es the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
WARD BROS. SEWING MAC~iIN L.RW. 1 77 When vn at Pe not seteinC thel I'Itr'1,heui " Nincwhine wuakes a hi ct I it Shat aaclJout uol tie emlch of thq d1utt and thme childret. Y;.-,:D 4Rt)S. "Urolhead" costs 1'o,:::ld. les thlla others, freight paid' to yo.r stationl. Write to-ln time hlnstnate Ctalogth elling._ _ ou all about tit is and our tuany otherr styles. ~dicach ne of all makes rcpaired, litarill' nti spplied for aci 38.38 ERROL STREET, S3RTiH MELBOURNE. Pfl THIS CONCERNS YOU! The'PatentAUSTRAL SANITARY CLOSET is the Ideal Invention for places outside sewerage area. This Applianoe has been in actual use- for twelve months by the public, with the result that it is now being specified by many of Melbourne s leading Architects Positively Fly Proof, and its unfailing disinfecting action renders it odourless, making it a perfect safeguard against T) phoid and Infectious Diseases. Doctors, Banks, Hotels, Convents, and Private Houses, who have installed the 'Austral " speak in the hig...
DROMANA. IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
DROMANA. IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. Last Sunday evening at tho Presby. terian Chured an In Memoriam Service in. connection with the late Mrs W. Gibson, was conducted by Mr W. Bennett. The preacher took his t xt from Colossians clh. 1, ver. 12.-' Giv ing thanks unto the Father who made us meet to be partakers of the in heritance of the Saints in light." In the col'rse of his remarks .the rev. gentleman said-"The late Mrs Gib son, who with her husband. came to Dromana mrny years ago, was well known to you all. I have known her 'only during the period of her failing health, but I am essured of her as one very highly respected arld loved for -her kindness aid friendship-a good neighhbor, a kind friend, and a woman of sterling worth. With regard to her'christian experience site was indeni fled with the Presbyterian Church be fore leaving Scotland: She had known the beauty and meaning of those words of Mathitson O, Love that will not let me go, I rest my weary soul on Thee,. I give Thee back th...