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Help Your Newspaper! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Help Your Newspaper ! SThe greatest aid you -can giveyour jnc papeiisvoura:Jos, I eTxNzxa7 f.7O do not feel ;able To run an adverltu nut..u, surely you can afford to give the news paper your. cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes and all business -.printing to execute.. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the printer that can give you no such return, and Is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping to build up your district., The time may come when a country newspaper can live simply on the revenue derived from ad vertising and subscriptions, but no ordi nary newspaper in an ordinary - district can exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore' if yeu want a good newspaper-one that can still further help you and your. town-diva ITv voniu Jon PaINTINO.
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Peninsula Court Fixtures. The following are the fixtures for the Courts of .Petty Seessions" in the Peninsula' till V.th&.eihd of -loverm bher: t J - . o . Frankston 20 24 21 26 23 • Mornington 2 6. 0 8 .5 Dromana 0 4 1 6 3 Sorrento . 1 5 2. 7 '4 The ordinary cough medicine may soothe the throat, but it has no power to heal! recovery i not cnmplete, and. a second attack is more liable to follow. , Chamber. lain's Cough Remedy. is quite different. because it not only soothes but also heals, sothat the affected parts are restored to a healthy, condition, and the danger of a 'future attack is removed. For sale by all storekeepers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Municipal Notices. Shire of Flinders and Kan gerong. WIRE NETTING. LANDHOLDERS desirous of obtain ing a supply of Government WIRE NETTING through this Council are re quested to forward to me before 25th inst an application stating length of net ting required. A. FULTON, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, Dromar a, 6-7-'08. Public Notices. PUBLIC VACCINATION. VT'Tr'. 'RfPF'ITH, of Somerville i º t"alds at Mrs Latchford's Hotel P :. '"Every SATURDAY at 10.30 CAR D. DOR. J. CHPRLES WELD, LR.C S.I.. J L.K.V.Q.C P.I.. late of Rosedale and lHopetown- has commenced the practise of his profession at Dronmna, and may be c:, usulted at Mrs Weld's Private Hospital 1 "='Wyi Yeuk". Hours 8 to 10 a.m., 1 to 3 7 p.m., to 9 p.m. 11liam S. Cook, -,icitor, I O RNINGTON,........ tT ADI)'I SS, s el' Buildings, r 60 Queen Street. Attends Frankston on Court days ; n r~astings, second Saturday in month ; J Dromana, Council days. E. A; & A. E. MARTih l General Storekeepers r and c Wine and SDirit Merch...
LEADING GOAL-KICKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
LEADING GOAL-KICKE. 8. Lawroy(F.) ... 11 Firth (S.) ... 5 Wilson (D.) ... 10 Kennedy (F.) 5 Wilson (H.) ... 8 farabella (H.) 5 Perriam (.) .. 8 Sullivan (F.) ... 5 K. Webb (S.) ... 8 Jenkins (K.) ... 4 H. Clydesdale (D.) 7 Croskell (F) ... 4 G. Oakley (P-) G Amendola (H) 4 Thornell (S.) ... 5 Harrison (M.) 3 For Bronchial Cougha tale Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd
SORRENTO. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr A.C. Head and Mr D. M'Farlan) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
SORRENTO. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr A.C. Head and Mr D. M"Farlan) The restoration of Mr C. B. Wilson's premises has been commenced, and the stone-work is being rapidly pro ceeded with by the contractors. The wandering cattle nuisance is very much in evidence here itf preset. The society -for. the- prevention of cruelty to animals should have a live representative here to take action against the owners of starving stock. As it is the poor animals are simply ravenous, and will eat anything they can manage to get hold of, from old papers to old chothes, dirty clothes wasting to be washed, or clean clothes hanging out to dry; and no place appears to be safe from their depre dations. At the forthcoming shire election for this riding, Cr. Marsden is to be' opposed by Mr A. Buchanan, of "Glenaira," Flinders. * The usual weekly competitionu by the members of the Nepean Rifle club for a trophy was held last Saturday and was won by Mr J. B. Clark; captain; second andthir...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the 1st .May : S 3MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m. p.m. p.m. a,m. Sate. Sate. Pata. p.m p.mp.m. p.m. only oxr ielbourno, dep. 8.10 12.20 1.12 1.18 4.35 6530 620 11,35 Ca rum 0.23 1.34 2.26 232 641 6.23 7.20 12.41 Fr~nkston, aT1. 934 1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 0.31 7.40 1255 FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. Bata. Bata. am. n,m. p.m. p.m. p.m, p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 7.12 827 1.17 2.16 3.3 3.8 6.8 8.20 Cariuin 7.23 8.88 1.28 2.d2 3 14 3.10 0824, 831 3elbouine, arr. 8.82 9.48 237 3.42 4.25 4. 30 7.32 9.42 MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTO . SUnDArs. n.m. p.m; p.m. p.m. Melbourno, dup, 10.55 2.25 0 0 0.30 p.m. (arrum 12.4 3.34 7.10 10.39 Frankston, arr. 12 15 3.45 7.33 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MELIBOURINE. SUNDAYS. p.u1. Il.p.p ll. Frankston, dep. ... 9 20 4.21 8.8 Carrum' ... 9.33 434 8.19 3Melb,'urne, arr. ... In I 5.42 9.27
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. a m. p.m. MIelbourno, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 9.23 6.23 Frankston, arr. ... 9 31 6.31 ., dep. ... 9.44 6.14 Langwarriu ... . * MTornington Junction, aer. 0.59 6.59 dep. 10.10 7.25 Somerville ... 10.15 7314 Tyabb ... 10.24 7.4 Hastings ... 1037 7.51 B;ttern ... 10 51 '.0 Crib Point ... * Stony 'Point, orr. ... 1 l. 8.10 STONY POI'NT TO M,1LROU tNE. Thu' a.m. a.m. p.m. tany Poin.t, dep. ... 7.0 11.30 3..5 Crib Point ... * * Bittorn ... 7.1.5 11.45 * Hastings ... 7.25 12.0 * p.m. Tyabb ... 7.35 12 18 * Somerville ... 7.43 12.35 Mornington Jtn., arr. :.. 7.55 12.15 5.0 ,, dSp.... 8 12 5' 5 25 Langwanrrin ... * Frankston, ,arr. ... 822 1.12 5.. ,, dep. ... 8.27 1.17 6. Carrum ... 8: 3 1 28 6 24 Melbourne, sir. ... 9. P 2.37 7.3: * picks up or sits wii w1 p1ai:engo, whet riqut red.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is. 6d As the district in which the STANDARD circulates is extensive, and our reporting staff limited, every important function cannnt be attended, but in all cases the pref.rence will be given where support has been accorded un. Our policy is to consider those who consider us. If youshould contract a cold get rid of it as quickly as possible, for every cold weakens the lungs. lowers the vitahlty and paves the way for more serious diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a pre paration that can always be depended upon and not only cures the cold but counteracts any tendency -toward pneumonia. For ssle by. all storekeepers. For Children's Hacking Cough at night. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. is. 6d BnoscriAL TAILETs-A harmless Lozenge for Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Colds, etc. 6d per box, Sd posted. All stores. or DAVID J. B. TAIT, Chemist, M?ornington. The boy stood on the school houso step When the master opened the door. " H...
Frankston Progress League. WORKING BEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Frankston Progress League. WORKING BEE. Under the auspices of the above another working bee was held at the mouth of the Kananook Creek on Wednesday last, the result of which will prove benefical in allowing the stagnant water in the creek.to escape into the sea. About 20 workers put in an appearance, and with shovels set to work to deepen the large trench made on the previous Wednesday. It was a busy scene and a " working bee " in every sense of the word. After about 2 hours digging, the creek water was let into the drain, and a strong flow, which pleased the "bee" immediately set in, the water having a depth of about 2 feet. ,A bevy of ladies (Misses Brown. N. and R. Hay, and Mrs WV. P. Mason) thoughtfully provided a supply of choice refresh ments for the .,workers,' who were in a good mood for acup of tea,and the liberality of the ladies mentioned was appreciated as it deserved and recog nised by three cheers..;Those present and "grafting'" "ere:-Cr Baxter, Messrs Ritchie, Richar...
Peninsula Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Peninsula Football Asso ciation. -4f-- A meeting of delegates of the above Association was held at the Grand Hotel. Mornington, on Wednesday evening last. There were present Messrs C. J. Davies (president, in the chair), Menckand Cohen(Mornington); Martin and Monk (Somerville); Willox and Jostlear (Frankston); Pearce and Whitehead (Hastings); Hazledine (Dromana). A great deal of business was gone through. At times the discussions and arguments were very heated and an gry, especially between the Hastings and Frankston delegates. The protest by Frankston against Dromana for playing Chapman was dismissed, the date affixed to the letter being wrong. The Frankston dele gates had proof that Chapman played with Richmond on the 6th and 8th June, and afterwards with Dromana against Frankston, this being against the rules. The charge brought by Umpire Hutchins against Smith (of Dromana) for using obscee language towards Gregory (of Frankston) was also dismissed, the player "Smith" hav ing giv...
Our Word Competition. LIST OF COMPETITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Our Word Competition. LIST OF COMPETITORS. By the exercise of considerable patient research] and consuming of time, we have arrived at the result of THE STANDAnD competition, and must unhesitatingly compliment our young folk on the spirit and earnestness with which they have gone into the task set them. Words of very ancient origin andnowobseletehave been raked up from every page of the dictionary, and it has been amusing to note the ingenuity exercised in some cases to bring in words which exceeded the stipulated letters. After carefully checking the papers we find the result to be as follows : 1. Fred. Carter. Frankston ... 2.0 2. Gladys Denham, Tyabb ... 220 3. Annie Sherlock. Osborne ... "20 4. Tillie Pearce, 'Inrtins ... 19% 5. Beatrice Stephens, Frankstou 1901 6. Andrew Sherlock, Osborne 189 7. Minnie Bradford. Osborne 186 8. Annie Lister, Tyabb ... 178 9. Jean Hazledine, Dromana ... 176 10. Nellie Seymour Tyabb ... 174 11. Win. Dolan, Tyabb ... 170 12. Reginald Ritchie. Frank...
SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) Mr S, S. Gault, who recently sus tained a poiqoned hand, is, we are very pleased to say, almost himself again. The sacred cantata, "Under the Palms," will be performed at Somer ville on Wednesday, bne 15. Some 50 voices will take part, and several leading singers will be heard as so loists, including Mrs Reid, Mrs Day, and Mr Reid. The cantata has been rehearsed, and the conductor (Mlr A. Gault) has spared no trouble in his ef forts.
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
MOORODUDC. Moorooduc is a pleasant place in fine weather, but with the rain that is lingering so long, the roads are get ting very cut up with wood carting and other traffic, quch as droving sheep to and from the ever-growing busy and prosperous little railway station situated at the foot of Mt. Eliza, whose grassy southern slopes is given up solely for grazing rabbits and a few sheep. Further a field ploughing and sowing operations are in full swing on. the: new estates re cently purchased, and the ,district is becoming note'd for its farming, graz ing, and pure tbred stock. Dairying is also very brisk, and the price ob tained for cream also very high. A very pretty brick residence has been erected on one property, and the old residents are looking forward to a good "house warming." The'Govern ment is also adding attractions to this ideal place by erecting a new verandah -painting and other very necessary repairs as our local state school and general post office, and although the p...
Mornington Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Mornington Mechanics' SInstitute. A sub-committee':of the above in stitution, consisting of Cr Barrett, Dr. Somers and Mr Ferberb was recently appointed to report upon the best means of popularising the institution. These gentlemen have got through their task, and their report is as follows: " We, the sub-committee appointed by you to consider a report upon the best means of popularising and further increasing the income. of the 'local library, beg to inform you that we have fully discussed the matter, and respectfully submit the following re commendations .-A. That the read ing room be open dery night, and on Tuesday and Thursday " afternoons. At night from 8 to 9.30 from Novem ber to April. and from 7.30 to 9 from April to November. B. That the annual subscription be reduced to 10s. c. That the reading room be made more attractive, by means of fires, etc., when necessary. D That smoking be not permitted during the hours the reading room is open. E. That all books and magazines be ...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Newspaper Law. -4 1. Subscribers who do not givo express notice to the cointrary :are c':isidered as wishing to CoNTrrnz their BuhsCrtion. uance of their periodicals, the piblisher may contmae to sendthem until ABBEAsS are paid. 3. If snbscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are B aspowansrsL until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound. to give NoTICEto the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it. otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri ber will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears. Advertise in a paper with a good circulation. - The STlarxAn goes al, ovq.r the district, and ...
HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
HASTINGS. (Copies of the FTAND??D can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) The apple season is practically ended as far as this district is con cerned. The few that are left are bringing good prices in the metro politan markets.. It is reported that several apple orchards gave returns up to £180 per acre this season. The shipment of apples to Germany by the steamer Solingen, which left Melbourne on the 3rd March last, turned out well, and'as a consequence good prices were obtained Jonathan sold from lOs 3d to 14s 9d per case, Reinettes, 7s 3d 8s 9d ; Five Crowns, 6s 3d; Rhymer, 7s 6d; Munro's Favourite; 6s to 7s 6d per case. Fruit growers are very pleased with the locally made hardwood cases. Quite a large quantity of the fruit exported was sent in these cases.
Rugging Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Rugging Cattle. Science tcrahes that warmth in ani mal economy is produced and main tained -at the expense of food.. con sumprcm.. 'Every : ractical fatmer knows .that .keeping. his cows . wam means a saving in food and an increase in the production, jues as assuredly as keeping them cold .means. an. iucrease of food and, a decrease in production.. Warmth economises food, .experience having incontestably proved that ;ani mals exposed to a low. temperature in winter require much . more food to maintain them in. a thriving condition than others'provided with warmth. It has been demonstrated beyond 'doubt that rogging is 'the most effective, and byv far the cheapest system to protect cattle from the cold weather.: With rugs the cows are always warm Mr O'Callaghan, N.S.W., Govern inent Dairy Expert,. states shat a test taken during an eight weeks' spell -of wet and frosty weather, unrugged cows fell off 18 per cent, in their milk, while the cows which were rugged at night only fell off ...