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FOR A SORE CHEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
FOR A SORE CHEST. An excellent remedy for a sore chest, a persistent cough, or any condition that needs a gentle, steady irtitation is a mustard .plaster, made to be worn not for a few minutes, but for days at a time if needful. It is made with mustard and lard, in the propor tion of one of mustard and . two of lard, being careful of that measure of lard. Rtub these thoroughly to gether, and spread on a piece of mus lin cut out in the neck, like a child's bib, and large enough to cover the whole region of the lungs. Cover this with another piece cut in the same manner and run a threadn round the edge to keep the mustard from falling out after oil has been absorbed intc the skin. Tie it around the neck by means of tapes at the ruiper corners, and wear it twenty-four hours, and so on as long as it may Ie needed. This plaster never blisters if properly made, and is an excellent application for a sensitive skin that will not bear much irritation. It should he covered on the outside with...
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
HOW TO INJURE YOUl TOW5N. Run it down to visitorr Go to other places for your suppliesj;.t' Look sorry when a stranger talks to you of buying prrperty in it. Refuse to see merit in any scheme unless you are "big dog" in it. Don't invret. Show your distrust by refusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your noighlonr without knowing the facts.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
TH Y Fear Bush fires ? W HY Waste money on unneessary Paiit W H Y not use the sand on your Property to the best adva.ntage ? W HY H Pay exorbitantprices for wooden buildings j when I can Build to suit in any Style, Shape or Size ? Cool, Durable, Cement, Brick Buildings at 20 per cent Cheaper than Wood, Guaranteed Waterproof and Dampproof, and only the best of English Cement used. Call or Write for Estimates. Silos a Speciality GEO. FREEMAN, Builder, -R O S E B U D. C. P. STANWAY, LEADING LADY'S AND GENTLEMEN'S -TAILOR, 62, 64, 66 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. The Best Quality of Goods at Reasonable Prices. FIT, STYLE, PRICE AND QUALITY OF GOODS A FEATURE Drop me a Post Card and I will cali on you immediately Tel 1769 City ANNEA R BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) ----Railway Store, Mornington. GROCERIES. STANDARD-The Best QUALITY--The Freshest PRICE-The Lowest BOOTS AND SHOES Of All Kinds and Prices STYLE-Tbhe Latest DRAPERY & MILLINERY Ue.TO-DATE and STYLISH. See our FlanneletteP, Flan...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, MARCH 19. Alex. Scott and Co, report :-Good milkers sold at about late rates, med ium and inferior easier. Sales-5 to £11, 1 at £l0 10s, 3 to £10, 2 to £9 17s 6d. I at £9 10s, 2 to?£9 5s, 2 to £9 7. 6d, 9 to £9, and drafts to £8 12s 6d. Springers sold at about last week's improved rates. Sales-- to £7 15s, 2 to £7, 1 at £6 15s, 2 to £6 10s, and drafts to £6 7s 6d ; backward springers £4 10s to £5 10s, fleshy cows 55s to 70s. Pigs-Moderate supply. Porkers, light to 25s,' heavy to 27s, bacon, heavy to 46s Gd, light to 35s. Calves-Small supply, quality in demand, to 38s.
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
TYABB. There was a good attendance at. the Happy Hour Club last Saturday, A progressive euchre party was held, also the usual hour's dance, but for the first time, the dance was held first, so as to ensure a good number of players taking part in the euchre. Four handed games were played, and about ten tables were utilised. Four ladies and four gents tied for first prizes, and after playing off, the winners turned up in Miss Mair and Mr H. Unthank. Although association cricket has finished, the members of the Tyabb club have not yet cried 'enough' Hav ing won the Peninsula premiership, they are seeking fresh worlds to con quer. Arrangements are at present being made to play a team from Mel bourne on Easter Monday, as well as a match at Frankston with the win cers of the Brighton-Moorahbin com petition.
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Help your Newspaper. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRINTING. If you dont feel able to ran an advertisement, surely yen can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, en. velopes, 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 or job printing offire that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your town. The time may come when a newsr paper can live simply on the revenue deo rived from advertising and subscriptions hat no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist without the suxiliary sup, port derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a go, d newspaper, one that can still farther held advance your town, give it your JoB PairixNn. An advertisement in this paper will canvas the whole district for y...
DANDENONG HORSE SALE SATURDAY, 16th MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
DANDENONG HORSE SALE SATURDAY, 16th MARCH A'ex Scott and Co. report :-A heavy yarding with a large proportion of good quality, young draughts ; not many good light horses and ponies for ward The demand was good through cut, and in view of the generally low rates ruling for some time past, prices were highly satisfactory. Draught' co'ts and fillies !40 to £50 10, medium £25 to £33, others from £18, delivery sorts £20 to £24, good har ness horses to £19 13s; ponies, best, £18 to £23 10s, good £12 to £14, small ponies to £6
Balnarring Progrees Association. ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Balnarring Progrees As sociation. ANNUAL PICNIC. The second annual : picaic - of .this *ivebody-was held laut..week ohi the the fine' stretch'of ceiin,-'s"fe aind pretty beach for which Balnarring is fst becoming well and favourably known. A .broad stretch of sand, clean and hard, with a strip of soft warm beach, backed by a grove of tea tree, makes this an ideal place for a picnic or sports gathering. This association recognises the possibilities of a place possessitg such dosirable features, and so many natural advan tages, and asa resu t of their repre nentations an influential officer of the Tourist Bureau has arranged to visit and report on the question of having the place preclaimed a reaside resort. During the last Christinas holidays some sixty campers spent their holidays there, Heavy rain during the morning adversely affected the attendance, but a bright afternoon brought out a representative gathering, and made the function both enjoyable and suc. cessful. A programume of...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
.LOCAL AND GENERAL The secretary of the Somerville show desiresto acknowledge the receipt of £5 5s from air and Mrs J. Brunning, Somer ville, towards the show funds. A large number of district residents are anxiously waiting for rain, as most of the tanks are very low and some com pletely dry. A good downpour would be very acceptable. The approach of the football season is heralded in this issue by the announce ment that the Somerville club will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday next, 27th inst. The Peninsula association will meet during the next week or so. By advertisement in this issue it is notified that a meeting of parents and guardians of children attending the State school, Frankston, will be held in the schoolroom on Wednesday evening next, to make arrangements for a school ex eursion. The Mornington Young 3Men's Mutual Improvement club, according; to adver tisement, will reassemble in the 'club's room at the Mechanics Institute on Tuesday evening next, the'26th inst, at...
KEEPING MOSQUITOES AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
KEEPING 'MOSQUITUOES AT BAY. The cleanest and most celectual re pellant-i.e., material which will leep off mosquitoes-is oil of citronella, which is an extract from a grass, An dropogon nardlis, primarily used in the manufacture of cheap grades- of :cerfumnery. The odour is 'hot unple.a munt to most persons, is quite lasting, aul absolutely keeps offT all kinds of msosluitoes. Protected by tills male rial, I have slept comfortably for an holtr on a seashore pinazza oa ani evel lg' when everyone else was driven in dielrs. .[ have used it since 15S7 on all my collecting trips, alnd o teant Icr ho:n large the swarm of lilosqui Ice? surroulnding me in tle marslh.s ut in the' woods, none ever alighted on any part of miy hodls rubbed with the oil of citronella. Many -others hale used ( this material (In iy rc commendatlion, alni il all cases it has proved -absolutely effective. It may .he liberally applied on the nails and fare, or other exposed parts of the body, but shlidl he kept lout ...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents). THE HARNESSING COMPETITION AT THE FRANKSTON SHOW. To the Editor of the "Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed, by corres pondents).. T'fIE , HARNESSING. COMPETITION AT. THE FRANKSTON SHOW. To the Editor of the "Standard." Sir,-I had hoped that the last word had been said concerning the above sub ject, but, as in to-day s issue of thei "Standard" a communication is pub lished stating that the protest was dis missed at the hlast meeting of the show committee, I desire to state that the committee made no decision on the point. In response to an appeal from the chairman, I withdrew my protest. [My opinion as to the validity of that protest is still unchanged.-Yours, etc., SIDNEY PLOWMAN. Frankston, .March 16, 1912.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Millard's Garage, Frankston. 20 H.P. TOURING CAR. RELIABLE CAR, EFFICIENT CHAFFEUR. DAY OR NIGHT. For Terms, Etc., Ring up 'Phone No. 13, Frankston. '-DENTIST. - MORNINCTON. Mr Fred S. Parrett, ....... B..D.S.......... - - 317 CHURCH bT., IICHMOND, W ILL visit Mornington MONTHLY and may be consulted at Mrs J. W. Foster's, "Claremont," Main St. Visiting Days- SATURDAY, APRIL 13th. SATURDAY, MAY 18th. SATURDAY, JUNE 15th. Hours-ll a.m. to 4.30 p.m. L. Wilding, STOCK and STATION AGENT, &c. 81 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE.. , ;(Telephone--.entral 1169 J). Also Cranbouree, Flinders and Weekly Markets (through his auctio. neer) at Cranniourne Market Yards Every Monday. Properties of all descriptions sold by Public Auction or Private Treaty. Mortgages and Loans Negotiated. Insurances Effected and Ageney Work of all kinds undertaken. 1,000 Prizes .'£I,000 ii MELBOURNE FIGHT HOURS ART UNION. Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever held. 56th Year. - 50th Year...
Mornington Races. SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
'Mornington, Races. SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The first registered meeting of the Mornington Ragiig Club, held on the "Preston Grange" course on Wednesday last, passed off., most successfully. There was a ''large attendance from all parts 'of the district, £20 being taken at . the. gates, whilst the special train from Melbourne was well patronised. Great interest was taken in the meeting and the committee worked hard to make it a success, over 160 member's tickets being sold. " The fields were good, and some first class racing eventuated. The seo retarial duties were capably carried out by Mr H. Downward; the other officials being President-Dr JE. Somers; Vico-Presi dent-Mr W. Edwick; Stewards-Messrs C. E. Adams, C. Graves, P. McArthur, C. A. Richardson, R. Grover, T. Coxh'll, E. Swift, WV. Crough, WV. Odgers, F. Francis; Judgeo-Hon. A. Downward, M.L.A.; Clerk of Couirse-Mr C. E. Adams; Clerk of Scales-Mr R. Ford; Starter-Mr J. Cori nell; Saddle Cloth Steward-Mr R. Grover; Handicapper-Mr ...
Dromana Show. GOOD DISPLAY OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Drotmana Show. GOOD DISPLA:Y OFr FRUIT. :'.I; The Dromanan agriculiural and horticultural society. held .its annual 1.'slow on Friday, the 15th oinot.. Un foi(unately' the dry season was" un fav;?urableo to "a large -display of exhibits, especially in the floweir and 'vejetable sections. *ln the fruit section " what was lacking in quantity was fully compensated for by the qualily, 'sow0 excellent apples being on view. The ladies were, as'usual, to the fore in the cookery sections, and the exnmples of their art were such as to make' the mouth water, but these alluring x hibits were behind wire nettink and thus it remained a case of "so near and yet so far." There was a good at tendance of the bublic, and.financiatly the show was as successful as those of previous years. The secretarial duties were earned out by Mr A. V., Shaw, to whose executive: and organising ability the success of the show" was mainly due. At the luncheon, which was served in the hotel, Dromana, and presided over ...
Dromana Sports and Races. A RECORD SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Dromana Sports and Races. A RECORD SUCCESS There was a very large attendance at-the annual St. Patrick's Day sports and races at Dr na on Monday last, the gate recei -weBater, was; tavbureabH1.0l ,(idO0t gathering,`' hnd excellent racing' re sulted in the various events. Mr. J. C. Griffeth, the hon. secretary, assisted by a good committee, worked most energetically, and are to be congratu lated on the all-round success of the gathering. The town at night was crowded.- The results of the racing were as follows: Sheffield Handicap, 130 yds.-S. Wil son (Dromana), 25 yds., 1: G. White (Red Hill), 25 yds., 2; W. G. Gibson (Dromana), 15 yds., 3. Quarter-mile Handicap-H. McLean, 55 yds., 1; G. Harrison, 50 yds., 2. Won easily. Pony Race, 13.2 a.u., 4 furlongs M. Hobon's- Pretty Peg (Unthank), 8.12, 1; M. Petersen's Snip (Trounson), 9.7, 2. A good race, won by a head. Betting: Evens Snip, 2 to 1 against Pretty Peg. Trial Stakes, 5 furIongs-J. Bell's Larry, 9.5 (Leeson), 1; 0. triffeth'sl'os...
Mornington Shire Council DISGUSTING PRACTICES COMPLAINED OF. TANTI YARDS TO BE PURCHASED. A HEALTHY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
flornington Shire Council DISGUSTING PRACTICES COM-' PLAINED OF. TANTI YARDS TO BE- PUR CHASED. A HEALTHY REPORT. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday of last week, the following being present-: -Crs Barrett .(president), Alston, Stephens, Male, Flood, Campbell, Grover, Lobb, Mr. Crosbie (secre tary), and Mr Fowler (engineerl. CORRESPONDENCE. . From Frankston and Hastings shire, notifying that a contract had been let to carry out the joint work on Boundary road, Moorooduc; for £33 17s 6d, to Mr J. Sawyer.-Re ceived. Tambo Shire, circular letter re deputation to ask for total abolition of loading for railway construction. Received. "Alex; Scott and Co., Danden~ng, resale yardl, acknowledging28s 4d'rent" 6f yards iefunded, ,_nd stating the collection of dues would be attended to.-Received. Sidney Plowman, hon. secretary Westernport Progress Association, re recent deputation to railway commissioners.-The President said hae had attended the deputation, but none of the r...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. OLIVER'S HILL REGRADING TO BE GONE ON WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. OLIVER'S HILL REGRADING TO BE GONE ON WITH. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Friday of last week at Somerville, when the fol lowing were present :-Crs Ritchie (president), Hodgins, Murray, Cole, Baxter, Griffeth and Alden. Miss Munce and Mr Sutherland, being present on behalf of the Con valescent Home for the Blind, it was decided to hear them for a few minutes. Mr Sutherland men tioned £70 as rent being paid for place at Brighton proposed to be bought, and in answer to Cr Grif feth, stated that there was some £?l,t00 to credit of endowment fund for Blind Asylum. Each councillor took a collecting card. The council then went into com mittee. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The action of secretary in adjourning the meet ing from ;1th to 15th, was appioved TIOMPsON STREaT. Cr Cole and Baxter moved that the secretary write and make a demand for the amounts from every owner liable, in accordance with the Local Governm...
FLEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
FLEAS. Fleas deposit their eggs in o.d carpets, rugs, furs, in undusted cor ners and crevices in 'rooms, as well as on cats and dogs. The larvae are very small, delicate, transparent mag gots, which live in the dust in cre rices and crannie between the floor ing-boards, or under the floors if there are accumulations of dust there. Clear. ing out periodical:y all floor-rugs, etc., and either sprinkling them with insec ticide, or scalding them and washing the. floor- with carbolic soap or kero sene soainand water, will destroy all the larvae. Any dogs or cats allowed inside the house should be frequently attended to. For dogs, strong car bolie soap should be used plentifully enough to give the body a good soak ing. Cats are best treated with iasec ticide, and if the cat is held "or a few minutes over a newspaper the sick fleas whi4t will drop off can be col 'lcted and burnt,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
Autna Sales for i oto Ijorse Sale THURSDAY, MARCH 28. A LEX SCOT & CO, will hold their next Hase Sale at the Tanti Cor p -or .ti .a ar? .. k the above date at 2.30 .m,. when they wlill offer 60-Horses and Ponies-60 Yedium Draughts. Delivery Sorts, Useful .ar.lie al Hrnmess Horses and several Ge! Piene. Further en:ries invited. Aiex .wtt and Co. Dandenong, orCharles Graves, Agent. Mornington Saturday, March 23rd, (THIS DAY). I .;clock. Beach Road and Paterson River, A eccnt Dr. & Peacock. " `T P. FAIRsA.L Auctioneer, Chel , " tenham, wid sell by Publio Autian S ows.rr heifers 2 Shorthorn balls (Mitchells pedigreed) I1 tkers, boar 2 medium draughts, unbroken colts I medium draught, gool any work 12 yr-oid colt (light harness sort) Dray. spring dray, horse hay rake. horse raller, Jones' reaper and binder, tools, disc pla'-. Hanlwaoo, red gum, flooring, lining. gal. iron. 4 spans gal. iron roof each s0 x6, large 4t secondhand timber. k.rge, grindstone, 100 rails, troughs...