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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
HASTINGS. (Copies of the FTANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) Returns are to hand for the ship ment of apples to Germany by the Holt's liner Sarpedon, which left Mel bourne on the 18th Match. They arrived in good condition, and brought fair prices. Jonathan made from 8s to 12s a case; Sturmer, 6s to 8s ; London Pippin,, 6sato :8a.6d;-Chandler,: 6s to Ss; Spitzbergen, 6s to 10s; Rome Beauty, 6s to 8s. The late fine weather has caused a great growth in the grass, and abund ance of winter food is now assured. There is also plenty of water, all tanks, dams, etc., being filled to over flowing. The Blue Bell Minstrels gave a very successful entertainment on Friday last in aid of the Football Club. Mr A. Hodgins acted as interlocutor, WV. Baker, and D. Reed, junr., as Bones, and C. Jones and G. Slocombe Tambos. The first part opened with a chorus by the company entitled, " Honey Won't you be Mine," very creditably rendered. Other items were-song, "Olga" W. Sheehey; song, "Chicken,"...
CARRUM. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr R. W. Jones.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
CARRUM. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtainedr from Mr I. W. Jones.) We learn that there is probably a good time ahead` for Carrum trades people, boarding house keepers, etc. It is said a large contingent of campers who annually visit the mountains and elsewhers, intend making a long holi day at this rapidly-rising seaside resort. The Downs has assumed a busy appearance, since so many. families have settled thereon. There is still a quantity of land to be taken up, ,and the proximity of Carrum to Melbourne markets should result in a good living being made on this portion of the swamp
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Reports of district functinn, itemsof local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor. Paragraphs amounting to advertisements cannot be inserted unless paid for in 'Ltie ordinary way of business. If yon shouldcoatract a cold get rid of it as quickly as possible, for every cold ,wekeonl the Inngs. lowers the vitahty 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 sale by all storekeepers. For Bronchial Coughs talke Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d Mr WV. ilarshall, Inspector. Vermin Destruction act. Coleraine, Vic. says : '" We always keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and would not be without it. I consider it the best of all medicines for it gives instant relief, whether the patient is one of the children or myself. When I first tried Chamber lain's Cough Remedy I was driving t...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the let May: SIELBOURNE TO FRANIKS''ON. - p.m. p.m. D.m. only or. melbourne, 8.10 1220 1.12 1.18 4.35 5 30 620 11.15 Cnrrum 0.23 1.54 2.211 25:2 544 (1.23 7.29 12.41 Frnnkston 0934 1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 6.34 740 12 53 HANIKSTON TO MELBOURNE. Sate. Hnt-. i am. .m, p im p.. p m. p.m p m. p l. F'ankston 7.12 8 27 1.17 2.16 3.3 3 8 8 8.20 Carruin . 7.23 838 1.28 2.42 314 3.19 e 2t 831 Melbomndl 8.32 9.48 237 3.42 4.25 4.30 7.32 9.42
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
L'- F- l) z t V 0m '~ Vo MORNING rON TO MELBOURNE. Sats. a.m. p.m p.m Mornington, dep. ... 7.45 4.45 1.24 Moorooduc ... f t t Mornington Junction, arr. 8.3 5.20 1.40 , dep 8.8 525 1.43 Langwarrin ... t t " t Frankston, arr. ... 8.22 5 40 2.3 ,,' ep. 8.27 6.8 2.16 Carrum ... 8.38. 6.19 2.32 Melbourne, arr.- ... "9.48 7.32 3.42 t picks up or sets down passengers when - , required. - a.m. p.m Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 9.23 0.23 Frankston, arr. ... 9.34 6.31 ., dcp. ... 944 6.44 Langwarrin ... . * Mornington Junction, arr. 9.59 65!' dep. 104 7.11( Somerville ... 10.15 7 1b Tyabb ... 10 24 7.24 Hnstings ... 1037 7.33 Bittern ... 10 51 74 Crib Point ... * * 0tony Point, arr. ... 11.0 7.5r. STONY POINT TO M?.LBOURNE Thur a.m. a.m. p.m. "t'ny Point, dep. ... 7.15 11.R30 4: Crih P,,int ... * * Ritt.rn ... 7.2 11.45 Hastings 7.32 12.1 * p.m. Tyabb ... . 81 t .8 nmerv!e ... 7.4 12.35 * Mornington .tn., rr. ... 7.5 '2. I. 5.0 S,, dep. .. 8 13.?! 5 25 Langwarrin ... * Frankston, a...
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Dandenong Market. Dairy cattle--A fair supply of milkers and springers. -The presence of buyers from the 'Western.- District and Goulburn Valley caused an ex ceedingly.active demand, and prices for all descriptions were higher. Best milkers in made from £9/5 to £10/15, medium `7 to £8/10, others from £4. Best springers £8 £9/5, medium £6 to £.7/10, others from £4/5. Pigs: A moderate supply of all descriptions, and last week's high rates for porkers and baconers were more than main-' tained. Store and young pigs were slightlyt easier. Choppers to £4/3 ` best baconers to £3/15, medium 57/6; best porkers to 45/, medium 30/ to 35/, light from 24/; stores- to 21/; slips to 16/ ; suckers 8/ to 13/.. Calves : A moderate supply which sold at fully late rates.. Best 20/ to 35/, extra to 52/6, medium 13/ to 18/1 others from 5/.
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
TYABB. (Copies of the STA?nDA: can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) Some weeks ago, mention was made in this column that it had been proposed to form a gymnastic club here; and since then the success of the club has been practically assured. Almost all the young men and lads are enthusiastic, supporters, there being already about twenty paid. up members, and others awaiting accept ance by the committee. A code of rules governing the club has been sub mitted to and adopted by the club, and the committee advise all intend ing members to read the rules through carefully as the payment of member ship fee signifies unreserved acquie scence with the same. The recent cold weather has had a very severe effect on stock locally. Amongst others who have lost animals Mr J. D. Grant, on Tuesday last, lost a valuable brood mare, as well as a very useful cow on Monday. In spite of the mild winter we are having, feed is very short, which, inclines one to believe that those who have land would do we...
Frankston Football Club. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Frankston Football Club. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. One of the best and perhaps the most popular concerts held in Franks ton for some time took place on Wed nesday .evening, in the 'Mechanics' Hall the proceads of. which were in aid of the' Frankston Football Club. There was a very good attendance, and the club's funds should benefit consi derably. Prior to the commencement, the Frankston Brass Band (under the conductorship of Bandmaster Prosser) discoursed several catchy and well played selections outside' the hall, which enlivened proceedings greatly. -The programme given was generally voted a rare treat to a Frankston au dience, the variety and quality of the numerous items being hard to surpass. The majority of the performers billed to appear were through divers cir cumstances prevented from attending, and consequently substitutes had to be procured. It is a matter of wonder how this was managed so well at such short notice, but it is'explained when we say that Mr Brownlow (of Mel bour...
Mornington Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Mornington Progress Association. A meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Mornington, on Monday evening last. There were present: - Messrs Noble, Grover, M'Lellan, John Jenkins, Nunn, Fair bairn, Jenkins, Dr. Somers, and Sec retary Alston. MIr. Grover was voted to the chair. It was decided on the motion of Messrs Nunn and Fairbairn that the question of * keeping the railway re serve inr order be left in the hands of the secretary. Dr. Somers moved that the secre tary make application to the 1Morning ton shire council for assistance to build a rustic rotunda among the oaks on top of Lighthouse Hill.-Seconded by Mr Jenkins, and carried. The secretaay stated that since last meeting three working bees had been held. No fewer than 60 trees and shrubs had bheen iipltited. Tlh-se who6 were present and worked were Messrs Frost, Nunn, Noble, Goulds, Schleebs, Jenkins, Grover, Barrett, and others. The committee tendered their hearty thanks to those who had assisted up to t...
CRANBOURNE ROAD CONTRACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
CRANI\BOURNE ROAD CON TRACT. TO TlE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-Re a communication from the Langwarrin Progress Association to the Frankston and Hastings council, appearingn your issue of the 18th inst., making complaint against the way in which the contract was being carried out by the contractors (Wells and l.awrey) on the Oranbourne Road, I wish to state that the resolution passed by the Progress Association was to the following effect :-" That the secretary be requested to write to the council, asking why the specifica tions for the Ctanbourne Road contract were not ueing carried out." It was merely a question asked, and not a complaint made.-Yours, etc., JOHN CLARK. 30 7 08.
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
POSITION OF CLUBS. o78 260 878 ,0"1 Dromana 10 4 0 0 8 8o 135 228 530 46 10 Htitige.,•O O, l 5.1 Cl,·316 1O3 The following is the team selected to represtiit Fr.ankston this afternoon: Box, Burton, Kecnnedy, B. Oakley, Sherlock, P. Leh,tJi, Aitken, Davey, Shannon, Croskell, Lawrey, Pettit (2), Sullivan, Harley, Gregory, Barnett, Deane, G. Oakley, Hague, Petrie.
Help Your Newspaper ! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Help Your,Newspaper I The. greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your' Jon PaNrr?m. If you do not feel able ro run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news paper your cards, dodgers, billbeads, 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 you want a good newspaper--one that can still further help you and your town-GIVE IT YOUa JOB PRINTIsG. For Winter. Coughs, London Bron chitis Cure. Price 2s, posted 2s 6d. All store...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Peninsula Court Fixtures. The following are the fixtures for the Courts of Petty Seessions in the Peninsula till the end of Novem ber : eo 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 ordinarry cough medicine may soothe the throat, but it has no power to heal; recovery i not m.mplete, and a second attack is more liable to follow. Chamber ain's Cough Remedy is quite different. because it not only soothes but also heals, so that the affected parts are restored to a healthy condition, and the danger of a future attack is removel. For sale by all storekeepers. For Children's Hacking Cough at night. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1. 6d .P-Wioh537 'well posted as to the best means of relieving pain and curing sores, wounds or burns, always use Cham berlain's Pain Balm. They insist there is iiothing like it.'- For sale by' all store keepers.
Football. EXCITING JUNIOR MATCH. FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Football. EiXCITING JUl;OR MATO I. FRANKSTON v. ' ORNINGTON. The above clubs met last Saturday, on the ground of the latter, and after a very even contest, .the game ended in z draw, both teams scoring 38 points. Tom Nicholls captained the ,visitors, and C. Stone 'the home team. The game was witnessed by a fair number of spectators. A. McArthur umpired well. Immediately the ball was bounced the home team attacked strongly, and soon began to score. After a minor point had been regis tered, Garlick snrpped a goal, and Morrison added another. Then Frank ston worked the leather down the centre, and Tom Nicholls notched a behind. Shortly after Wond marked and punted first goal for the visitors. The second quarter found Frankston playing well together, and by good goal-kicking led at half-time by 3 points. (Reynolds scored two clever goals for the Red and Blacks during this quarter). Scores at half-time Frankston, 4--2; Mornington, 3-5. After the interval some good foot ball was shown by ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
? Public Notices ~'rankston .:. Coffee Palace UNDER ENTIRELY NEW M-ANAGEMENT, -3r . 1.amplugh, PROPRIETRESS H. 'BUNNEY, Bay Street, Frankston, ...Stocle a first-class Assortment of... Groceries Dairy Produce Frui Crockery Confectionery "Pei'ables Soft Drinks &c, M..b u, ne Prices, Cleanliness, Civility .and Attention.... All Goods of Best Quality. A TrialSohcited. Satisfaction guaranteed Misses Benton K ...Beg to Notify that they have started... Dressmaking, &c. - On the Premises of Mrs. Parsons, MAIN STREET, Mornington. SINGING axD PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. TERMS: - Diaphramatic Breathing and Singing, .1 lOs per term of half-hcur each weak (eleven weeks); £:? 2s per zf to h:lf-hours. Piano-El 10s : - one hour per week. IcuR -GOING TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUTI, FOR GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES. &e. BRAN, CHAFF. OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, POLLARD, POTACOES, AND ALL GRAIN KEPT IN STOCK. All Goods at Lowest Market Rates. AGENT FOR FEDE...
Flinders and Kangerong. Shire Council. SATURDAY, JULY 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Flinders and Kangerong. Shire Council. SATURDAY, JULY 25T. Present-Crs. Shand (President), Marsden,-Cain, Davies, Clarke, Shaw, Stanley, Nowlan, and Buckley. ,. The minutes of the previous. meet ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Dr. W. B. Boughton, thank ing Council for his appointment as Health Officer to the West Riding. Received. From E. Dowey, Flinders, stating that'the cutting made lately opposite his gate on the Cape Schanck road prevented exit, and requesting ap proach to same.-Cr Marsden said it was not right that the cutting should have been left. The cost would be little. He moved that the Engineer .attend to matter.-Seconded by the President and carried. From Public Works Department, forwarding vouchers re vote for £200, to be returned, signed and sealed. Attended to. From H. WTVaack, sanitary contractor, Sorrento, complaining of his inability to carry ourworlaat'thi?ocoreiton.o.; owing to the gates being locked: He had reported the matter to the Inspec to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Public Notices. . PUBLIC VACCINATION. D-OCTOR GRIFFITH, of Somerville attends at Mrs Latchford's Hotel Hastings, Every SATURDAY at 10.30 am. SICHT TESTINC. M R. D. McINTOSH, of 13 Richmond Terrace. Richmond, practical Op thalmic Optician, will. during the winter months, Visit FRANKSTON on the FinsT TwvRasErD of each month, and can be consulted at " Balls Crane," and at the Grand Hotel, 3Io?,N?oTON, on the FrasT FRIDAy of each month. Hours- from 11 to 4. Sight-testing a SPECIALITY and FREE. CARD. R. J.T. CHARLES WELD, LR.CS.I. L.K.V.Q.C.P,I.. late of Rosedale and Hopetown lhas commenced the practise of his profession at Dromana. and n ,y be eo nsulted at Mrs Weld's Private Hospital "VWyn Yenk ". Hours S to 10 a.m., 1 to 3. 7 p.m., to 9 p.m. VOCAL PRODUCTION, DIAPHRAMATIC BBREAHTING .-Mr. Allan Fisher.. (Pupil of Madame M~arkwald) Visits Frankston from Saturdays till Mondays, -o- Homes visited. Communications to-" Balmoral " House, and STAN.DUR Office. Pianoforte. MISS DORA CARTER, (S...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 1 August 1908
Bereavement Notice. MRS. MYERS, FAMILY, AND RE- LATIVES desire to express their sincere THANKS to friends and neigh- bours for the many expressions of sym- pathy, letters, cards, and telegrams re- ceived during their recent sad bereave- manent. Rye, 28-7-'08. lt e Stantarb. Pr:RiT;rSHED E),V rt SAT'URDAF MORWNTN(l. "'Nothing extenuate. nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, AUGUST 1.