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SPRAINS AND BRUISES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
SPRAINS AND BRUISES. The right time to treat a sprain or bruise is the moment you get it, and the right remedy to use is Chamberlain's Pain Balm: The quicker you rub it on, and the more you use, the quicker your sprain will be cured. Sold by all storekeeper. The aim of the proprietors of thw "Standard" is to do all in their power to foster the continual material welfare of the district-but naturally the more liberally we are supported the better paper we can produce, and the greater will be our opportunity to cater as an enterprising journal for the news wants of the community.
BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
BALNAfRIlNG. Carpenters and builders have been kept very busy in this district lately. Mr R. Oswin and Mr A. Farrell have just completed new houses, Mr D. Buckley is building one, and Mr R. Morris has nearly completed another on his property, the material in thiu instance being concrete. The rape crops are all looking well, the early rains proving most beneficial. Farmers and graziers are every year recogoising the value of this fodder, with the esult that a larger acreage is being planted every sea-on. The work of preparing the land for the oaten crops is being rapidly advanced under favorable weather conditions. The trustees of the recreation re serve have let a contract for the erec tion of a new fence along the road frontage at the cricket ground. On ounday, Mr J. Shand was driv ing a young horse down White's devis tion, when the animal suddenly took fright and started to bolt. Mr Shand was thrown out on the.road, and had his nose broken and his leg severely cut, besides being s...
Market Reports. TANTI MARKET MONDAY, 3rd APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Market Reports. --t-- TANTI MARKET MONDAY, 3rd APRIL. Alex Scott and Co., report a splen did yarding of mixed cattle, also several lines of fat and store sheep. There was a large attendance of buyers present, and the whole yarding changed bands at highly satisfactory prices. Springers . £8 ; springing heifers £6 10s; milkers £7. Sheep 44 ewes at 15s 9d, 111 fat ewes at 12s Id, 50 at 10s 6d, 40 at 10s 4d, 40 at 8s ;-pigs, a good yarding which sold readily at late rates, heavy porkers to 87s 6d, light to 28s others 24s, slips 13s 3d, suckers bebt 12s 6d, others 8S to 11s.
DOCTORS BAFFLED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
DOCTOrS BAFFLED. All aged people should read this re markable letter from Mrs Patience Thomas. of lelmont road. Geelong, .Vic. "Lasc winter I got a frightful cold on the luc, and, being 81 years of age, the doctors 1. fused to prescribe for me," saying that at my age medicine would be dangerous; but, knowing that Chvmberlain's Coung Remedy bears the Government analysis showing that it contains no poiscns or narcotics, I tried it ; and three bottles were the means of giving me back my natural health. 1 am so old now that L cannot use my pen, so am getting my niece, Mrs E. Wylie, to sign this." Sold by all storekeepers.
AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
AT TYABB. Mr A 8 Krcrouse, "Bullarto," Tybb, re ports for month of March: 7th .......... 19 8th ... ... ... 8 9th ... ... ... 41 ,, 15th ... ... ... 29 ,, 14th ... ... ... 10 18th .............. ..,. , 19th ... 20th ... . .. '43 ,,. 21st ... ... ... 17 ,, 23rd. ....... ... 3 27th .. ... ... 3 ,, 29th ... ...... 30 ,, Total ... ..4.47in.
The Rainfall. FOR MARCH. AT MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
The Rainfall. FOR MARCH. AT MOOROODUC. Mr Alfred E. Bates, "Pine Hill," re ports the following rainfall at Moorooduo for the month of March Mar.6h ... ... .. 20 points 7th ... ... ...1.65 ,, 8,, th ... ... 1.05 ~ 9th .. .. . 58 ,, ~, 14th . .?13th. . . ,, ,, 19tl 10,, ,, 182th ... ... ... .92 ,, ,, 29th ... ... ... I ,, Total ... ... 6.47 inchea January ... ... 51 points. February 2.91 Total for the year 9.89 Corresponding period in last year 5.07 points.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Bereavement Notice. MR H. S. WARLAND and MRS J. &nbsp; E. JONES desire to express their sincere THANKS to their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy by letters and floral tributes, during their sad bereavement. "Sandford," Moorooduc. uhe ktanbarb. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY MORNING 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down auneyt in malice" Telephone No. 6 Frankston. SATURDAY, APRIL Sa.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
1. 1K it ii I Q~ctrrrj NOW.W ,w, i~lswX14'.+yý6ý 7 tlrr / 7 ý ý.i:ýý ý ý, .'iii ý'l!r ..`, dý 'siý.&lt;aº ... f,` , ' r~&lt;"..,..f. ý' "ý ri~º 4SifV1V~sv.N. i fr ýlý \ ýý, ý VOWIiryr lo~rn ýºr r. / v)l ýý ' n "" ., r`f ')' `ýl -. . Ihoe Rev. J. WVilliams for eleven years pastor of the \Voolongabba Presbyterian Church. Brisbane, and Principal of the Theo!og:cal School estab lished there, writes of the great hea li-creat:ng powers of C!ements -To1nic== He is a strong, intellectual thinker, an efective preacher, and is well. rcrnembered by his brilliant ser mons and lectures. D.scoursing upon Cements Tonic, he writes: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " A spirit of gratitude prompts me to. say that C!ements Tonic did for m'e what it has done so well for others. I suffered from ner-, votis breakdown, .through' overwork, and my choice fell upon your medic:.e, which' restored me with surprising spied.- When the same con dition anses, I now promptly check it. Above all, Clem cnts Tonic ...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Sporting. At a meeting of the Dromana Sports Club, held on Saturday night, Mr J. W. Doherty was fined £5 for the late scratching of Mountain Mag and Rose Common after being weighed out for the Trial Stakes at Dromana on St. Patrick's Day. The balance sheet submitted showed the club to have made a profit of over £11 for the meeting, which was considered very satisfactory. The secretary (Mr J. C. Griffith junr) in recognition of ser vices rendered was voted an honorum of £5. A meeting of the club is to be held on Saturday night the 8th inst., to con. eider about ploughing and planting the course with some suitable grass for next season's meeting. The Inter Club Cycling Association, the governing body of cycling clubs in Victoria, has offered Mr J. B. Jolly the position of country organiber for Victoria, atasubstantial remuneration, and we understand the position will be accepted. We learn that the Bull and Bush team .will probably this season enter the federal Association. Baquie, of ...
Orchard and Garden Notes [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Orchard and Garden Notes (By E E. Pecott, from "Journal of Agriculture.') It is to be feared that the abnormal weather acoditions, the co'd tempera tars and the wet days, will somewhat interfere with frait trees and orchard ults athis season. It will be very interesting to note exactly what the d:ct of this unusual weather will be. It is hardly within the recollection of gn.wers that similar weather has ever occurrel athistimeof the year. A large quantity of fruit, particularly any ate stone fruits, will be spoiled by the excessire wet; while some mid sason apples and pe rv will also suffer. Already one effect - noticeble-the blooes?ng of occasional fruit spurs. Wherever this occurs the blossom should be picked off; no good will re alt from allowing the fruit to set. The fruit itself will not ripen, being so late, sad the regu arity of action of the tree will not be much interfered with. Where new areas are being prepared in .n"- rn of planting out in the ?nrumn and winter, these ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
V COMMONWEALTH OF AUS'TRALIA. STATE OF VICTOBRIA. DIISION OF FLINDEB . (Si REFERIEnTDJr2WEB. 'UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that i the ppoedawfor the alteration of the Cocstictioo, entitled (a) " CONSTITUTION ALTERATION (LEGISLATIVE POWE.S) 1910" ,r.- A (b) CO?STITUTION ALTERATION h "MONOPLIES) 1910";t t Ol be Uabmited to the Electors on Wednes day. the 26th day of April, 1911. She Poll will open at 8 O'clck in the norning, and will net close until all electors esent i the polling booths at 7 o'clock in a the evening, and desiring to vote. hay-voted. The prescribed polling places for this Divi Sion are as follows: SUBDIVISION OF BEIWICK-Frescri bed Palling Ptes-Berwick (Court House), Bacs?rso-ed (Public Hal). larre-Warren (Mechanic Institute), Upper Beaconsfield (&ouca'y Hal). SUBDIVISION OP BUNTIP-Pres?ribed Pol ing Plsten-Buotip (Mecbanin,' Inti tseltieoSd (Public Hll). Iona (State SUBDIVISION OF COWES-Prescribed Poalirg Plae-Coes (Mechanics' Hall). French Islsad (Mechanics...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and . - JEWELLER r"in of Fers"y, Ireland, now of "cydebank." MORNINCTON, ,Ai1U1CES h~that he prepared to ________ nd_ of WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELLERY BEPAIRI. Orders en be left with Mr B. Annear, romer, Morniseton; Mr Rnddock, Dro, mp ; Meas Saun and Sons, "ner. vill ; or at Clydebank," Dromans Road. Private reidence viited by appotment. Crri eas.M Cairns end Will.ms p'-"debank' daily, and will deliver orders entrusted to them. Esdimates i e fo repairs, if desired. be poceeding with them. 260 J. MILLIRD, CEERIER IandR CAB PRO FRANKSTON. Cah Meek all Trains. Parcels and Luggare received and promptly delivered. Ho.es and Vehicles for hire. Prices reaaooable Letasm and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat O.ly Kept.......... Seat Goods of Every Desciption Fresh Daily. Bidae sd Skins B'.ught................ F. ,. 1amB1LN, Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, .. FRANKST...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL On our fourth page this issue will be found several items of interest. A quantity of news is held over till next issue. Our clients and' the public generally will pleate note that the "Standard" will be published a day earlier next Issue. A splendid haul of 250 baskets of trout and silver fish was made by Messrs Richard and Thomas Hutchins, of Mornington, during the week. The Rev. Eric Nye (of Alexandra) will.take up the ministerial duties of the Mornington and Dromana Metho dist Circuit from Thursday next. At a meeting of parents held in the Mornington State school on Tuesday afternoon last, the following school committee was elected :-Mrs R. Hutchins, Mrs W. Odgers, Mrs W. Brown, Messrs A. McLellan, R. Annear, R. Ford, and G. Bridges. At the Tanti market on Monday several small lots of breeding ewes were eagerly sought after by Peninsula graziers and farmers. Ewes sent in by Messrs Stevens and Gomm sold up to 15s 9d. Owing to the good season prevailing, plenty of...
THE REFERENDA. MR DOWNWARD AT FRANKSTON A LARGE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
THE REFERENDA. MR DOWNWARD AT FRANK STON A LARGE GATHERING. There was an exceptionally large assemblage as the Frankston Me chanics' on Wednesday, when the Hon A. Downward, M.iL.A., delivered a very enlightening ani detailed ad dress on the burning referenda ques tion. Cr Ritchie occupied the chair, and introduced the speaker, apologising for the absence of the Hon. Snowball, who was announced to be present that evening; he had, however, to address a meeting at Mordialloc. Mr Downward was received with applause. He commenced by expres. sing his pleasure at the number of ladies present. They now, he said, had just as much weight at the poll as the men, and it was necessary for them to gain knowledge on the various poli tical questions, so they could cast an intelligent vote. There was none so important than the referenda question, and probably none so little understood, anal electors should endeavour to secure a firm grip of the questions and form a sound judgment as to whether they ...
Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Association. FIRST ANNUAL SHOW. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Tyabb and Hastings Pruitgrowers' Associa tion. EIBST ANNUAL SHOW. A GREAT SUCCESS. Tyabb's first Show was celebrated at Tyabb on the evenings of Friday and Saturday last, March 31st and April st, and was also open to the public on Saturday afternoon. The Association hs. been in existence for about eight years, and has been improving so much of late that the members con sidesed it advisable to hold a Show in order that the society, and also the district, would become more widely known. A committee was formed, which went to work straight away, and after canvassing for financial assist a., then drew out a prize list on an economical but generons scale, which gave general satisfaction. As it was easily seen that the hall wrould rag rgt eodugh to stage '~ ,-tEhexhibits, a spacious marquee was hired from Melbourne, and one had only to glance at the interior to form anopinion as tothe wisdom of this action, as the structure was uti lised to its utmost capacity. The number of entries far su...
Football. BALNARRING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Football. BALNARRING CLUB. The annual meeting of the Balnar ring club was held at the Hall on Saturday night, and was well attended by members. The balance-sheet was read and adopted. There was a credit balanceof. 5 15s, which was con sidered very satisfactory. The follow ing office-bearers were elected :-Preai dent, Mr L. J. Berryman ; Vice-Presi dents, Messrs J. Clarke, D. Buckley, and Dr Spark; Secretary and Trea surer, Mr P. Vansuylen; Patrons, Captain Balmain, Cre R. Stanley and J. Davies, Messrs Jarrett, Humphries, H. P. Miller, E. G. Stone, J. Johnson, Stacey, T. C. Cole, A. D. Forbes, J. Meehan, and V. Hellicar; General Committee, President and Secretary, Messrs J. Riley, W. G. Myers, H. G. Willis, E. Buckley, A. Eddy ; Match Committee, H. G. Willis, W. O. Myers, and Dr Spark; Delegates, P. Vansuylen, W. G. Myer-; i aptain, H. 0. Willis; Vice-Captain, W. Judd. A vote of thanks was carried thank. ing Mesers Buckley and Bryne for their services as delegates last season. A disc...
Easter Excursions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911
Enster Excursions. The following is the list of trains that will be run on the Frankston and Stony Point line during the Easter holidays : Mrdlialloc and Frankstonn line.- On 17th April extra trains will leave Flinders-street for Frankston at 8.25, 9.20, 10.15, 1030, 10.50, 11.30 a.m., and 12.20, 1.8, 4 45, 5.55, and 6.20 p.m, and return at 10.15, 10.52, and 11.50 a nm.. and 1259, 3.8, 6.30, 7. and 7.30 p.m. On the same date extra trains will leave Flinders-street for Carrum at 9.40 a.m. and 1158a.m., and return at 1056 a.m. and 1.36 p.m. Extra trains, in addition to Carrul and Frankston trains, will leave Flinders-street for Mordialloc at short inter vals. For particulars sec posters ~t stations. Mlornington and Stony Point lines.--On Ithursday, 13th April, a special train will leave Flinders-street for Stony Point at 4 25 p.m., running express to Caulfield, and stopping all slalions thence. connecling withl coaches at Billet n for Fiinders, and with steamer at Stony Point for Cowe...
Dromana Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911
Dromana Show. The following is a list of the prize winners at the Droniana show last Wednesday : t FRUIT. Twelve Dessert Apples, J. McKeowan 1, A Head 2 e Twelve Cooking Apples, T Chapman 1, A McKeown 2 12 Jonathan Apples, N Proesser. 1, G Hoskins 2 s'welve Reinetto do Canada, 1V E r Baker 1, T Chapman 2 Twelve Rome Beauty, W E Baker 1, IN Prosser 2 12 London Pippin, Haig Bros I, W G Roberts 2 Twelve Apples (any other variety), T Chapman 1, J. McKeown 2 Six Cox's Orange Pippin, G Hoskins I, SA Beecher 2 Six Adam Permain, A Beecher 1, G Hoskins 2 Six Hova's, N Prosser 1, T Chapman 2 Six Esopus Spitzenburg, N Prosser 1, G loskins 2 Six Itokewood, V E Barker 1, N Prosser 2 Six Gravenstein, A Beecher 1, N Prosser 2 Three varieties Dessert Apples, A Beecher Six varieties export A pples,J McKeown 1, T Chapman 2 Champion Tray Dessert Apples, J MeKeown 1, G Hoskins2 Case of Apples,' any,variety, fit and packed forexport, N Prosser, 1 Prssser 2, I .aTray.of. Ceoking-Apples;J' M3eKeow. e 1,'I...
CRICKET. FRANKSTON v. WAVERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911
I CRICKET. FRANKSTON v. WAVERERS. This match took place on the former's ground on Saturday. Though the home team were but poorly repre sented, they secured an easy victory, disposing of their opponents for the sm4ll total of 32. A. Bax was the destructive agent, and secured seven wickets at thb cost of 20 runs-a very fie performance. H. McComb was top scorer for Frankston, mnking 29 before hle was dismtissrd Uther (11), Lswrey (12), and Dr Maxwell (10) were the only others to reach double figures. The scores are as follows; FRA?sKSTON. Lawrey, b Jones, .. 12 I.I. McComb, b Jones ... 29 ]axter, see., c and b Mitchell, 3 A. U. Box, b Mitchell, ... 4 Dr Maxwell, c, b Coleman, ... 10 Uther, stp, b Leslie, ... 11 Hague, b Leslie, ... 6 Ellis, notout, ... 1 E. lecCmb, c, h Leslie, ... 0 Batterham, not out, ... 0 Sundries ... ... 2 Total ... ... 78 VAVEREaRS. Whitftleo!d, c E; McComb, b Box, -. .13 Coleman, b Box, ... 0 Young, b Baxter, ..: 1 MacFarlane b Box, ... 0 Miteheil, b Box, ... 6 ...
The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" Telephone No. 6, Frankston. SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH. LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 April 1911
utte ptantart. ; PUBLtHIED EVERY. SATURDAY de MORNING It 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down S augiht in malice" ( Telephone Ne. 6, Frankston. SATURDAY, APRIL 15Tn. I LOCAL AND GENERAL It is likely that IMssrs Korner and C McCombo will hold a cattle sale at Iiast ingsabout the end of the month. Par- . ticul;rs as to date, etc., will be duly adver tised. In thisissue aconcert in aid of the Balnarring football club is announced to N be held on Wednesday, 26th inst. T'ri prices of admission are moderate, and should ensure a large attendance. A dance will be held at the conclusion of the concert. . Ir Chas. Jordan, (late of London) bootmaker, in this issue informs the iesideuts of Mdrdingtono'itdistrict that he has opened business in Main Street, Mornington, and hopes by strict attention to business and good material to merit a fair share of patronage from the general public. The property known as 'Belura' Morn ifigton. belonging to .lre R. B. Smith, of roor.,k, and containing about 180 ac...