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Orchard Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
Orchard Notes.. BY J. CRONIN, IN TiE "JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE.. The selection of kinds and varieties of fruits suitable for planting for com mercial purposes in any district in the State is a comparatively easy task. Excellent articles have appeared in the section devoted to horticulture in the leading weekly papers on the re sults obtained by the most successful orchardists, the kinds and varieties grown that were found to be most suitable for the particular district, and the systems of cultivation, irrig ation, pruning, and spraying'employed in each case. Fruit-growers have un doubtedly benefited by such infor mation, and have shown their appre ciation by following in a great measure the advice deduced, or tendered. One of the most important changes effected has been the reduction of kinds and varieties of fruits 'giowri, and the increase ot those that are suited to the place, and the require ments of the various and most profit able .markets. The problems bf Inanafigeme t'lim@ i b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
Hoarseness in a child subject to crbup is a sure. indicition of the approach of the disease. If Chamberliin's Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack. Pleasant to take and contains no poison. For sale by all storekeepers. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great?Peppermint Cure. 1/65. Mrs B. L. Lapish, New Sandgate-road, Clayfield, Brisbane, Q., writes : ".: I ad: a, severeattack of influenza this winter and it settled in my knees giving me such severe pains that I could hardly.bear them.. I' de; cided to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm and am more than pleaised with it, for after giving my knees one good rubbing the pain left me and I have not been troubled since. Several of my friends have used ;Chamber lain's Pain, Balm, for cuts, bruises, sand buins on my recommendation and they are 11 well pleased with the result;". For sales by all'storekeeepers. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night,.. Wood's Great Peppermidt tire 1/6, Ar...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
DROMANA. Following the successful introduc tion of a regular steamer service, Dro mana has made another stride in pro gression, Mr Don. Griffith having purchased an up-to-date motor boat, which was successfully placed in com mission on Saturday. The new boat is 30 feet overall, draws 2ft. 6iu. of ,water, is fitted with an 8 h.p. Hercules engine, and in reasonable weather will do 9 knots. She is splendidly fitted up with large cabin forward and has accommodation for 30 passengers com fortably. There is no doubt that Mr Griffiths'enterprise has filled a long-felt want and will doubtless secure the success it deserves. Miss Gibson narrowly escaped severe injuries on Sunday evening. While riding home from church her horse shied, and .the girth slipp;ng, Miss Gibson was thrown, but fortunately fell clear and escaped with a shaking. A bicycle collision occurred on Sun day, when Messrs \V. Adams and Fox both came down. Adams escaped without injury, but Fox sustained severe, bruises-,Severa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
Auction sales. Thursday Next, July 29th. AT 2 O'OLOCK. Somerville Market. No Entry Fee. No Charge unle s Sold. W. P. FAIRLAMI, Auctioneer, Cheltenham. Land at Tyabb. Monday, 2nd August. ALEX SCOTT & CO. have received instructions from THE UNION TRUSTEE CO. OF AUSTRALIA LTD., in the Estate of JAMES E. M1KAY. deceased, to sell by Public Auc tion, at the Tanti Market Yards, at one o'clockk on the above date Allotment 1, of Section 22, Town and Parish of Tvabbh, contatiring 3a. Ir. Ihip., also Allotments Sand 9, of ?,otion 3, Town and Parish of Tyabb, containing one acre. Upon Allotments 8 and 9 is erected an old 3-roomed W.B. Cottage, with 2 additional rooms partly constructed. TERMS-CASH. ALEt. SCOTT & Co., Auctioneers, Dan denoug and Korrumburra. Household Furniture and Vehicles. Monday, 2nd August. MORNINGTON? ALEX. SCOTT & CO. have received instructions from THE tUS TEES, EXECUTORS & AGENCY CO. LTD., in the estate of the late Mrs A. 3L Gillett, "- Su...
Peninsula Association. MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
Peninsula Association, MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE. This match was played on Saturday on the ground of the former, which was very wet 'after all the rain that had fallen. Somerville won the game by 2 points, after a very exciting finish, Mornington making a great recovery in the last quarter. Morn ington won the toss. On the bounce a free kick was awarded to N. McAr thur, who passed. to Harrison to Slater, and Somerville were defending, Batty relieving the pressure. Down ward marking in the centre, sent the ball forward again, where Firth marked and sent it back again. Monk collared, and booted the leather for ward, resulting in Somerville snapping. a behind. Kicked off, and McArthur forwarded to McQueen. P., Gomm marked and sent the oval back, ·N. McArthur, being held, forwarded again, where McLellan did some good work for Somerville. Gomm mafked his kick, and passed to Martin who scored a behind. McQueen 'relieved. Firth, being held in the centre, passed to Webb, who kicked first goa...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
SOMERVILLE. The morning train on Friday ran over and cut the four legs and tail off a nine-months-old calf at the local railway station.-Calf died. At the next meeting of the Somer ville Fruitgrowers' Association IMr Mitchell will again visit and attend the meeting, with .the idea of erecting evaporating machinery in Somerville. A small presentation is also to be made to the retiring president, as a memento of his long and untiring ser vices to the Association. Somerville and Tyabb will meet here at football to-day, and a good friendly contest is expected. *The action of the central umpire at Mornington on Saturday last in not allowing the goal umpire to rectify his mistake in signalling a behind instead of a goal, has been much commented upon. M?RP. J. O'Connor, of Messrs O'Connor and Co., reports having sold the Dromana Hotel,.on behalf oftMr E. CopelandMelk: !bonrue'orf- 2,700, thet pur?haser beirng' Mr C. Edwards i also farm lands at Dro mana to'the extent of £900. THE Morwell "...
A MIXTURE OF OIL AND MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 July 1909
A MIXTURE OF OIL AND MILK. It was somewhere near the sea-side, down among the green ti-tree, That there lived an institution, it would do you good to see, They were hardy, heavy fellows, thriving only on one "Pub," &nbsp; Were these giant, sturdy members of the "Carrum Football Club." &nbsp; It was somewhere up near Menzies in the dust and city's smoke, Where the ashes and the cinders seemed to daily make you choke, That there toiled some weary fellows, tired and lazy, it would seem, They're the miserable poor beggars of the "Vacuum Football Team." Though their heads and hearts were heavy, yet to Carrum they would go, And they thought when they got going they would make a decent show, Though their hours would soon be longer, they did check the passing sigh, As they sang and laughed and chatted, each one meant to do or die. Standing waiting on the station, with a good display of leg. With the Carrum colors flying, in each boot a new cut peg, Stood the star of Carrum F...
Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
Make Your District Known. Concerning some parts of the district. news comes but seldom. Thibs is lot the fault of the Editor, for he has no miracul ous power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the aroaOf et-. ulation. It is the tault. of resi:ents ins the silent plsces. WVill some mnao or woman take the mat ter in hanwl and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dis trict. will YOU try on the lines ? Send 'accounts of public and social events in your townvhip or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents. con certs, nattere aouching the industries. etc. Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persons very dis tinctly. Do not bother about grammar or spell. ing ; it is the Editor's :aork to look after these trifles. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information. butletcriticisma'one
Rheumatism. LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
KRheumatism: LU3 BAGO AND SCIATICA. The attacks are generally brought on by chills when the body is over heated, or by exposure to damp or cold draughts, which act, not upon the bones or muscles but upon the uric acid in the blood, which is the cause of the disease. Uric acid is found in small quantities in many articles of diet, which when consumed pass into the blood. The failure of the liver and kidneys to filter and absorb this acid leads to an ccumula tion in the system, tends to clog the circulation, and harden the tissues forming the blood vessels. Thus every movement of the affected parts causes you intense agony. The pains are affected more or less by cold or heat. A damp day will double you up, or the warmth of the bed will intensify the pain. " For a period of ten years I was a sufferer from Rheumatics," writes Mrs Elizabeth Lovell, 134 Young Street, Fitzroy, my feet being the place of attack; they used to swell and become very painful. I was under the treat ment of sever...
NATIVES OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
NATIYES OF TASMANIA. Early in this century the Islana of Tasmania, or Van Dieman's Land as it was once called, began to be peopled by folk fuetm (;eat Britain. Rough times of it th-rle se:tters had for many a year, but their chief troubles came from ,he blacks and the bushrangers. The numbers of t?e n:t:ves has never been large, and con stant righting with the new comer. had redu-",: them still more. Note this state of th:'.:, shio ked a good many persons, and sir George Arthur, the Governor, tried to put ar. end to it by attempting to perisatie the b.,lacks to retire to a part of the isl:.nd ?here they should be out of harm's way. Buit this well-meant plant failed, and the cruel warfare went on as before. There was, however, a certain man named Robertson, a bricklayer a;rd builder by trade, who was pained at the treaunent of the blacks, and he resolved to do what lay in him to change it. Hlis notion was to go single-handed among the na::: .-..n::d advise them to leave the mainland ...
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
FEDERAL -ASSOCIATION:. All matches to be played .on the ground of the first-named club. JULY 31. Franskton v Glen Huntly Mentone v Ellendale Moorabbin v Cheltenham? Mordialloc v Elsternwick AUGUST 7: Mfoorabbin v. Frankston Glen Huntly v. Mento.ae Chit= . :m v. Mordialloe Elsternwick -.. Ellendale AUGUST 14. 2nd v 4th A ' UGUST 1. - 1st v. 3rd. AUgUST-28,? FLAL, 4,1 :
Mornington Peninsula Football Association. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
Mornington Peninsula Football Association, MEETING OFS DELEGA ES;: A meeting of delegates of the above Association was held at the Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Thursday night last, the President (Mr L. Harrison) in the chair. The following delegates were present :--Messrs I-azledine and Griffiths (Dromana), Hutchins and Odgers (Mornington), Baker and Noble (Tyabb), Hodgins and Pearce (Hastings), Firth and Thornell (Somer ville), Bart'ett and H. Menck (Sor rento). Dalnarring were not repre sented. The secretary (Mr Menck) owing to important business could not attend till late, Mr Noble being elec ted secretary pro tem. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs J. Griffiths and T. Hod gins, and the csrrespondence received on the motion of Messrs Hodgins and Baker. Re application from Allen to play with Sorrento, no action was taken in the niatter, the time of granting per mits having expired. A report was received from umpire Noon, explaining his i...
LIST OF MATCHES. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
LIST OF MATCHES. PENINSULA ASSOCIkTION. •Matches to be played on the ground of the first named Club. SECOND ROUND.. July I31. Balnarring v. Sorrento Hastings v. Tyabb Dromana v. Mornington Somerville a bye. August 7. Mornington v. Hastings Sorrento v. Somerville" Tyabb v.. Dromana Balnarring a bye August 14. Sorrento v. Tyabb, at Dromana Balnarring v. Somerville. Dromana v. Hastings: Mornington.a bye. ,. SAugust 2l.-First Semifinal. August 28.-SecondSemi-finuil.;. September 4.-Fida i .
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
NOTES. Somerville greatly miss their smart centre man, R. Elliot. Somerville's champion barracker was in evidence last Saturday. Scmerville players are looking for ward to their trip to Sorrento. B. Gomm collided with one of his own players on Saturday, and re ceived a nasty shaking. Somerville have a bye next Satur day, and will play the Frankston Rovers at Somerville. Tyabb put up a good fight in the match as Somerville on Saturday, the scores--4.12 to 2.9-not being a fair indication of the play. The Tyabb team is certainly improving fast. The following represent Mornington in their match against Dromana to-day: -B. Downward, M3'Arthur (3). MI'Comb, Stanley, Harrap, Connell, Wilson, Sch" leebs, Bartlett, Slater, Harrison, A Thompson, M'Quean, Jenkins, Menck, and Parry. Eruerg,.ncies : . Hutchins, H. Allison. The following will represent the Mor nington Bops in thhir match against the ??xheil' capt), U. and T. Harrison; -R. Stone, E. Vood,rE. Swift; P. Thomnipson, T. Elliman, F. Ga...
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
MOOROODUC. Startling events are taking place. Dr. Somers, having purchased the last block of the Anniesleigh estate, has erected a majestic gate opposlte the local school, and -has many head of stock grazing contentedly on the pas ture that has been closed up for seve ral months. After many months of idleness, the well known building and plant of the butter factory is to be sold, and the company wound up. Pastoral and agricultural pursuits having taken the place of dairying to such an extent. Mr W. Male, who has had such a long trying illness, has, within the last week, taken a welcome turn for the better.. The cold windy and. wet weather is not good for the oat crops, several are:turning off throuigh ihe-land being too wet, but a few weaks of fine weather would sooi 'make a difference. Pruning will soon be in full swine, the fruit trees have grown' well as usual, and their owners have done well by the sale of fruit, but there are several fine orchards on the markhet at reasonable p...
The New Post Office at Frankston. MONEY ON THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
The New Post Office at Frankston. MONEY ON THE ESTIMATES. As the result of frequent - enquiries on the subject, the Frankston Pro gress League, through its secretary (Mr M. Brody), has received the fol lowing satisfactory- communication concerning the proposed new post office at Frankston : Postmaster-General's Department, Melbourne, July 2';, 1Ii)9. The Hlon. WV. H. Irvine, M.P., Sir,-With reference to the letter presented by you some time since, from SIr M. Brody. hen. secretary of the Pro gress League, Frankston, further respect ing the desired provision of a new Post and Telegraph Office at that place, I have the honor to inform you that approval has been given for the erection of a new building for the purposes of this Depart ment at Frankston, and the usual pro posal form is bhing forwarded to the De partment of Home Affairs for the ,acces sary action in the matter. I may add that an amount has been in cluded in the draft Estimates for the current financial year to cover the c...
A Trip Through Victoria. WHERE THE MILKING MACHINES ARE AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 31 July 1909
A Trip Through Victoria. ;' WHERE .THEMILI?ING- .. MACHINES ARE AT WORK. A well known South Coa-t dairy farmer, Mr I. J. Bate, of Tilba Tilba, recently toured Victoria with a view to studying the dairy industry (minking special inquiries into the milk machine question), and favours us with some in teresting notes on his trip. Mr Bate was astonished to find the methods in the neighbouring State differing so widely from those that obtain here. No doubt, he says, there are climatic influences to reckon with, but these very influences should be the main factor in altering their methods. For instance, in those marvellously rich western districts, embracing such noted dairying centresasCulac, Cýamperdown, Koroit, Warrnambool. and others, there is almost a total absence of silos, At first sight this may not appear remarkable, but when one learns that in this district the rainy seas.on comes like clockwork in its regularity in the spring, and every kind of vegetation is luxuriant; and that,...