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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Sporting Notes. A meeting of the Flinders and Ditrict racing club will he held. at tile Flinders Hotel this evening to ar ralnge for tie annual races on New Year's Day. A good programme will b, drawni up, as the club has a credit haiance of over £15, and Mr Swift, of the Flinders Hotel. has donated .£5 towards the funds. The club will hive to elect several new ollicials, as Mr 11. G. Wi lis (nmsistant secretary) is leaving the district, and Mr Ii. Downward (saer.tary) is retiring from taking an active part in racing. \Ve understand that the next meet ing in coneection with the Mornington Racing Club w.ll be held on the Baxter' ' Flat course during Ihe summer months under V R C. rules. Thi. clulb has the substantial sum of over £5. to its credit. At Sandown Park on Wednesday Mr Claud Grice rode his own horse Lord Emms in the open Steeplechase, which he won easily in a field of 15. The sporting papers say the ex-hunter was admirably ridden by the young corinthian, who proved himself c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
FRANKSTON - NEW YEAR'S DAY ritbltic _ Sports I- "ice IrIXt 1CL FRANKST)N iARK Oc: MiLule from Szation and I-cch. Monday, January 1st, 1912. Cy'ing, Footraciag, Wood Cbopping, Football Events, Dancing, Trick Cyclists, etc. PROGRAMME. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP - (cpen). 1r20 yds, £25-?st, £20. 2nd, £3; 3rd, £2 . omination 3s Gd, a-ceptance 36 di. OPEN HANDICAP, 220 yds., £--l8t £3 10 ; 2nd £1 ; 3rd lOs. N-omination 2s, acceptance Is. FRANKSTON WHEEL RAGE, 1 mile,. £10-lst £7; 2nd £2 ; 3rd £1. Nomination 3., acceptance ls. BICYCLE FLUTtER. # mile.- l1t £2 ; 2nd £1 ; 3rd 10s. Nomi- I nation is. acceptance Is. FOOTBALLERS' HANDICAP'. --st, 3-guinea open order or cash, ind 10s; 120 yds. Open to foot i?allere hating played in 'eninsula Association. Entrance 2s, accep. tOYS' RACE, 75 yds., 13 yeare and under, 17s 6d.-1st 10s ; 2nd 5 ; 3rd 2slGd. Post erltry d. LOG CHOPPING CONTEST, £6 1(s. Standing block t64 inches is circumference)-ist £5 ;2nd £1; 3rd .0s. Nomination 4s, accep tance 2s. UNDERHAND...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
ý.: " - W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER -,c;yJeba,'" MORNINCTON. Executes all ki-d c(t IWATI'H, CLOCK JEWEII.E lY and SPECIAL BEPAIER. iases ana seyltst -t Ttj"erO cntbe :e.t with Messrs Annear Bros., Marning. to: : Mr Rudducs, Dromana; Messrs u'on uhd -'os, Somerville; or 'Ca riers.?esor Cairns and Willi-ms, who paos s Clydebank" daily. Estimates given for repairs, if desired, oefo'e prrcedting with them. iG ds of every description connectet with th,: trdo, ijeuling the mest up-to-date m ses ef watches sub. misted for approval. Cn.ton.ers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, ARRIER and CAB PRO PRITETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels anl Lnugrse received sad promptly delivered. lOse· at ! Vehicles for hire. Pri;cs rea-.,sa'le enters anl Telezrams promptly attir..sd t,. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - . Bay-streat, Frankston, P5a55:iies? W-'G'f -n ., O:,: ......... P,:e : i . O ,. ( " ............... 4:.a" G-o , f E...r I7 i ,' ipant Frerh D,iT ailde and Ski,' 1;, rght .........
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
LOCAL1 AND GENERAL. The tender of Messrs E. and J. Ordish, Dandeuong; has been accepted for a new State school bitilding at Langwarrin,. at the price of £375. Messrs Cairns Brosof Rosebud, have purchased 241 acres, portion of Bolinda Vale Estate, at Suirbury, ftom Sir Rupert Clark'fer £2481. " The Public Works department has let to Mr H. Wilson, of Auburn, a contract at £535. for repairing and strengthening the Frankston jetty. The boat landing is also to be removed under the contract. MIr 'D. Edelsten, the iell-known optician, will pay his monthly visit to MBornintoon on Monday next, wheb! he can be cobsulted' oan all-. defects of vision at Tait's pharmacy. The Frankston Band will play selec. tions in the reserve near the tennis court to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon. and collections will bh made in ai' of the Hospitals. At a clearing sale on ac:ount of IMr Geo. Thornell, Somerville, on the 18th inst draught torses realised £27 10s to £32, ponies to £28 10s,dairy cattle to .£5 10s, spr...
WESTERNPORT. URGING ITS CLAIMS. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
WESTER NPO RT. URGING ITS CLAIMS. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT HASTINGS. A large and representative meet ing was held in the Hall on Fri day evening to discuss the develop ment of Westernport Bay ; those present included Mr Downward. 3I.LA, Mr Murphy (candidate for LA.). Crs Hodgins and. Perrott. Mr Parkes (convener) explained the object of the meeting, and read copious extracts fromn a paniiphlet issuel by Victoria's Prodess As -ociation of Grantville, showing the advantages and reas-ons why West ernport Bay should ble utilised as a commercial port. Captain Woodhouse was voted to the chair, and called on Mr A. lionward to express his views on the question. Mr Downward spoke at some length, and said that Wl ternport Bay possesed natural advautages that the expenditure of millions elsewhere could not give, to the dflicpity of - t. a' ?-?tra1ce at Port Pnillip Heads. The national spirit of Victorians wanted rouning to fight the opposition that the stron' Iy intrenched interests vested in M...
Hymeneal. ADDICOTT—THORNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
ilymeneal. AI)DICOTT-THORNEL L. A very pretty wedding took place in tlhe lt?cerville lethodistr Church on Wednesday, October :Sth, a? d at linc di large concourse of people. Thei contracting psrtio+ wcle Miss I)a'sy May Lve Thornell, eldest daughter of I r na?d Mrs John Thor nell, and lMr Reginald Jamts Hewson Addicott. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a very pretty white silk dress, with court train, nicely embroidered, and the usuai veil and orange wreath. The bridesmaids -Miss Alice Thurnell and Miss Addi cott-wore white embroidered dresses. The chuich was beautifully decor. ated with white may, lilies, and clematis, with white wedding bell. The de'coration, wese carried out by Mrs A f Thornell. Miss A. Barl;er presided at the oigan, playing the wedding march as the happy couple left the church. Rev. Jas. Lowe was the otliciating clergyman.
Bird Day at the Mornington State School. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 October 1911
Bird Day at the Morning- ton State School. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Friday last, Mr Geo Shepherd, &nbsp; of Somerville, paid his annual visit to the Mornington State school for the purpose of giving the scholars an address on Australian Birds. There was a fair number of parents and visitors in attendance. Mr Shepherd had his supply of stuffed birds, which he took one by one, and explained the manners and methods of the feathered representatives. The children (under the eye of the head teacher, Mr Fer iwr. anI his assistant.) listened patiently for about two hours, and at conclusion, when Mr Shepherd &nbsp; told the scholars he would be pleased to answer any questions, they promptly showed him they were interested by cross questioning him, and he proved &nbsp; himself a good witness for the defence by his prompt answers. A vote of thanks for Mr Shep...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, M 2-H-lgan, J. 3-Jlinwan, '.1%arathnn. 4 -Camphall, liajur, Anierfield Park 5-Hay, Mrs G-Ptztit. W. G., 'Standard' Oilice' 7-Ritchie and Co, T S-Gr nwa'eI, li W, Myrtoon t--Mr James Grice, "Moondah" 10--loi,,ta?,n I!, , Slencia 11 31axaiel, Dr 12-Chumiue, I'i. P C, Chemist 13--lill l. J., Cab Fropriotor I L--garrso , C 15-Booth, G W itt -P'owman, Mrs 17-Schultz, 1V iS-Gregory. A L I9-Maukia and Williams, butchers 20--Coxall, A, butcher 2l-Masterton. II, 'Rubria' 22--.M'Don d. D, slorekeeper 23-Gamb'e, 11 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jerula'
Presentation at Mornington. A POPULAL FOOTBALLER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
Presentation at Morn- . ington. A POPULAL FOOTBALLER. AMr Geo MeLear, the popular player of the Mornington Football team (who is to take up military duties at Queen scliff shor tly), was entertained by the members of the club at a smoke social on Monday night last at the Mechanies' Institute, Mornington. The evening's amusement consisted chiefly in games, adcompanied by. an abundant supply of the fragrant weed, affer which supper was served. The chairman (Mr G. T. Jenkitis) announced that he had a very pleasing duty to perfurnm, and in a fitting spe, ch presented Mr McLear with a handsomeno gold locket (suitably in scribed), on.bkhalf of the club, as a mark of -steem in which he is held by its members. Mr 0. Box (capt of the I team) also spoke in the highest terms of Mr McLear a t a footballer and a true sport. Mr R. Cohen (see) and M?r T. Hutchins (delegate), also referred to Mr McLsar's many good points as a player and respected young gentleman. Mr McLear, who wots received with c...
The Churches. ST. PAUL'S FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
The Churches, ST. PAUL'S FRANKSTON. The following extracts are taken from the October number of the Church of England Parish Paper: SOCIETY FOR TIIE VISITATION OF THE - SICK. This Society has for its special object the welfare of the sick in the Public and Private Hospitals of Melbourne. It also takes a kindly interest in the nursing staff. It is the result of an - appeal made by the Archbishop two years ago, and whereas then four clergy gave part of their time to this work, now ten clergy give, some of them all. their time, and some of them a few days in the week, to the spiritual care of the sick and of the nurses. Be sides ordinary visiting and the administration of the Sacraments to the sick, services for patients and nurses are held in rooms provided by the Hospitals. Special Chris tian literature is provided.' Cloth ing is presented to sick and con valescents who. nee4 it. ,.The.. friendless are cared for when they leave the Hospitals. Some of this work is carried out by volun...
FRENCH ISLAND v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
An off-match, French Island v. Hastings, was played at Hastings on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the latter by 15 runs.- The fol lowing are the scores : IIATING(s. A. IR. Ferguson, run out, ... 25 D. Reid, Lb.w. unter, ... 18 E. Ward, b Broderick, ... W. Mentiplay h Tompson, ... 9 A, Sheehey, c Tormpson, ... .1. Wilson, b 'rompson, .. 1 A. Iloulter, c Rlitford, ... O T. M[sntipl,l:, c Ratford, ... 5 Geo. llentiplay. c Cheesmau,, 7 A. Griov, a 'Tomplson ... 1 A. Denham, not out, ... 1 Sundries . .... .... 5 Total ... ... Bowling-E. Tompson, 4 for 268; F. Broderick, 1 for 20 ; Hunter, 1 for S; IRatferd, 2 for 8 ; W. Tompson, 1 for 3; J. Cherman, 1 for 1. FRIxcil I sLNI). M. Hunter, sip. Reid., b (eive 0I E. Tompson, b hMelipay, ... (I It. D)e La Have, run out, ... 17 F. Broderick. e Greive, ... 1$ C. Sposito, I Sheehey, ... 5 WV. ltateford, c he y, ... 12 J. Chueman, c Greive, ... W. 'Tompon, not out, ... F. Chil coll, c Sheehly ... 2 F. W\hynat e Sheehey, W. Chiem? l, c Mentipl...
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
Rifle Shooting. FRANKSTON v. SOUTHI YAIRRA. The above match was shot off on the Fiankston range last Saturday, and re suilted in a win for the home team by 10 points. T'hefollowirg are til scores . IANKSITON. * 500) 100 T'I. - Fi.ber ... 35 311 6t Q. Willox ... 312 32' 114 C. Grant ..., 33 31 64 .I. Moseley ... 33 29 62 D. Petrie ... 34 28 62 A Belthune ... 32 291 6 i?. Lloyd ... 31 27 58 II. Lloyd ... 28 27 55 To al ... ... ... 492 SOUTH YARR.A. Jones .. 32 34 66 A. Wells . ... 34 32 GG Thomson ... 31 32 63 Cannon .... 31 32 63 " Dawson . ... 33 29 62 Olear ... 30 . 28 58 S. Wells ... 28 '27 55 Saunders ... 27 22 49 Total .......... 482
DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
DANDENONG MARKIET. Alex. Scett and Co. report :-Dairy cattle-The market was again heavily supplied with both milkers and springers, and willh the exception of a few choice cows, which sold well, prices ruled at ahout last week's low rates. The following are the principal lots:--lat £8 10, 9 to £6, 2 to £7 2s Gd, 2 to £7 7s 6d, 1 at. £6 lOs, 1 at £5 15s. Springers-2 to £6, 2 to £5 15s, 3 to £5 10s, '1 at £5 os. Stores-A fair supply, which sold at about late rates. Pigs-A good supi ply, and prices showed no impfove ment on late rates; no heavy baconers forward, prime medium 37s, light 84s, prime heavy porkers 30s, mediuai 26s, light 22s' to- 24s; suckers; a 'god? supply', which were in rather hettei' request at slightly improved prices, extra 13s Gd, good 10s, others 6O to 8s. Calves-A moderate supply, and good quality vealers were in firm request, and realised high rates; prime medium calves .37s, light weights. 30s, others 18.e tj 25s, small 3s to 6s; a truck of primp handy weights ...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
Market Reports. Alex. Scott and Co. report having held a mostsucccsful sale on Wednes day last at " Bulla Ba',t." Cranbourne, for the Trustees Executors' and Agency Co., in thleestale of the late David Johnson, wlhen they disposed of the whole of the stock, implements, etc., at highly satisfactory prices. Draught goldings'£39 to £41, medium mares £31, bulgy horse £18 10s, 74 fat wethers at 15.i 41, farm wnggon' and frame £41, buggy £20 10s, wag, gonette £8 10s, reaper and hinder £10 10s, seed drill £13, disc plough '£10 10s, 3.furrow plough -£10, d.f. plough £5 10s, mower £9, roller £8, harrows £3 15s, and a host of sundries at equally good prices.
CRICKET. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION A. GRADE. GLENHUNTLY V. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
CRIC K.E.T. CAULFIELD-MO0ORABBIN COMPETITION A. GRADE.: GLENHUNTLY v. FRANKSTON. This match was commenced at Frankston on Saturday, Frenkston making a far better show'than in their first mntch Glenhbuntly scored 95 in their first innings. Ben Baxter gou the fine bowling average of eight wickets for 16 runs, in 15 overs, 9 of which wire maidens At tim call of tile. Frankston hlad scored 20 runs without losing a wicket, so that they are in a good position. Harley (17) and .1. Box (2) are the men batting. Scores : G tI.csNt o'r.v. S Chandler' h Baxter ... ... 0 - Girdwood, c Gunter, b Baxter 11 J. Kidney, c Maxwell, b Deane 19 J. Dowding e oltobin.ot, b Baxter 7 A. Chiarman, b Baxter ... 28 G. Runu..II, b Baxter ... t)... W. W~ard, sot out ... ... 7 J. Charman, i Baxter... ... 0 A. D. Mackey, b Baxter ... 0 J. Hearts, b Ianxter :.. ... 0 - Roberts, b Deano ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... 12 Total .. ... 95 Bowling Analysis: Denn 2 for 25, Baxter 8 for li, Robinson 0 for 16, ariley 0 for...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
LOCAL AND. GENERAL We regret to learn that Mrs Gritmth, of 'Two Bays,' Somerville, is at present under medical care in Melbourne. The Tyabb Happy Hour club is hold ing another of its euchre parties to-night. All are invited. The trophies for the winners are good and useful, and the usual hour's dance will be indulged in. Miss Ada Stone, pupil of Miss C. Everard, Morningtonl igh School, has passed a theorectical examination of the Royal Academy of 1thsic, held in Mel bourne, on October 5tl. She obtained a percentage of .12 marks. * This afternoon at 3 p.m., the lion. A. Downward, M.L.A., will open the flower show and garden-fete in connec tion with the Presbyterian church, Morn ington,-eatthe residence of Mr W. S. Coo .Tanti road'' TlI mtt Hnof the Ragged Boyn Home, Frankson, would be grateful for dona tions of eggs, butter, or jam, which may be left at Deane's, Hay's, Shannon's, McDonald's. or goodssent by train can be left care of Mrs Andrews, railway station. T. R. B. Morton and S...
RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 November 1911
RECORDED AT TYABB. Mr A S Krcroute, "Bul!arto," Tysbb, re ports for month of Oetober: 2nd ... ... ... 14 points 4th. 8thl ... ... ... 7 , 10th ... ... 8 , 11th ... ... ... 2 17th ... ... ... 3 ,i 22nd ... 2 24th ...18 ,, 31st ... ...... 25 ,, Total ... .. ..86in. otal rainfall from lst January, 24.37 points.