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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 March 1912
W. T. SACH, WATCH, CLOCK, JEWEL LERY and SPECTACLE REPAIRS. "Clyde"ank." MORNINCTON, xerte all kitrd. f- WATCH, CLOK JEWEr,LERY and Glakes and keys fitted. Orders can be left w;h -'eirs Annear Bros., Iarning tow; Mr P.ndduck, Iromnan ; Meaxrs Nana and Sons, :oserviile; or Ca - rie,. Mersre Cairns end Williams, who "a -Clydebank"'daily Estimates given fr repir, f desired, before proceeding with them. G?ods of every deseription connected with the trade, including the o-?sup.to-data makes of watches sub mitted for approval. Customers visited by appointment J. MILL&RD, CARRIER and CAB PRO -- *PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trais. Pacels ,Id Lýu e received ad p ro u i deliered. HIo.es aad Vehicles for hire. Prices reassable; ettes and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited ,.n for Orders......... Prime Meet Oaly Kept.................. Smal: GOo ie of Every Dseription Fresh Deilr. ?ides and Skins Bought............... -F. ...
Orange Blossom. ELSWORTH—KEMP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
.Orange Blossom; ELS WORTH-KEMP. A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Paul's church, Frankston, on Monday last, the Rey. G. A. Kitchen officiating, the contracting parties being Miss Kemp, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Kemp, of Frankston and late of Murrumbeena, and MrElsworth, of Brighton. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a lovely dress of steel grey supple satin, elaborately trimmed with beautiful Oriental silk. She wore the orthodox veil and orange blossom and carried a bouquet of white flowers. The bridesmaid was Miss Elsworth, sister of the bridegroom, who also looked very dainty. She was dressed in a sweet although simply made dress of white silk, and wore a spray. of orange blossom in her hair, carrying a lovely shower bouquet of pale pink cactus dahlias, aspara gus fern and pink ribbon streamers to match. Mr C. Kemp was best man. The happy couple left by the evening train, en route for Ade laide, at which place they are going to resid...
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, 1M 2-- ogan, J. 3-R-owau, 'Marathon.' - 4 -Campholl, lMajor, Amedfield Park 5-Hay,3\3rs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7--Ritchie and Co, T 8-Grimwade, H W, 3Myrtoon 9-Mr James Grice, "Moondah" 10-Robertson, II, 8oloncia. 11-Maxwell, Dr 12--Chamberlin. P C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor 14-Garrood, C 15-Booth, G W 16-Plowman, mrs 17-Schultz, WV 18-Gregory. AH 19-Mackie and Williams, butchers 20--Coall, A, butcher 21-Mlasterton, I, 'Rubria' 22-M'Donald, D. storekeeper 23-Gamble H,- Blacksmith 2.--Collins, II.M., "Gracedale." 25-Panter, Capt, 'Jcrula'
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents). THE ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
OUR LETTER BOX.' (We do not necessarily identify 'ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents). THE ELECTIONS. T- TIIE EDITOR. i Sir, - Several serious reasons have decided me not to .contest the Flinders seat in the Labor interest at next election, and, consequently, I shall not nominate for selection. Permit me with your usual courtesy, to thank those who have recently urged me to stand again, and to express my sincere regret. Yours, etc. FRANK BUCKLEY,, Noble Park, 25 I3 j '12.
HARNESSING CONTEST AT FRANKSTON SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
HARNESSING CONTEST AT FRANKSTON SHOW. - O THE EDITOR. Sir,-As there seems to be -some doubt as to how the protest of Miss Plowman was dealt with at the las&`meetine of the.? Frankston man of thai meti igat'te "what occurred. After discussion, a resolution was moved and seconded that the. pro test be dismissed. Before putting the motion, I gave Dr Plowman an opportunity of withdrawing the protest, stating that I considered such a course would be preferable to putting the resolution to the meeting, and that, personally, I should be glad if he. could see his way to withdraw. DrPlowman at once adopted my suggestion, and withdrew the protest. The resolu tion was not put to the meeting, the same having automatically lapsed on the withdrawal of the protest.-Yours, etc.- L. R, N. UTBER.
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
Newspaper Law. L Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to Co.rrnR s their -subscnptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the published may continue to send them until Adnesas are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have sett!ed their L.il:s. .;;t1 ordered the periodzcalst o be di&eonti nr4 4. If subrrbers remove to oter pr ,soe without informing the publifshrr, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the smbscribers are responsible. 5, If subscribers pay in advance for a feriodical, they are bound to give oures- to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking it. otherwise the publisher i authorised to send on, and the subscri ber will be rsponsible unless an express oes and payiont of arrears.
NATIVES OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
NATIVES OF TASMA?IAA. Larly in this century the Islana of Tasmania, or Van Dieman's Land as it was once called, began to be peopled by folk from Great Britain. Rough times of h these settlers had for many a year, but their chief troubles came from Jhe blacks and the bushrangers. The numbers of the natives has never becn large, and con stant fighting with the new comers had reduced tke:n still more. Now this state of things shocked a good many persons, and Sir George Arthur, the Governor, tried to put an end to it by attempting to persuade the blacks to retire to a part of the island where they should be out of harm's way. But this well-meant plan failed, znd the cruel warfare went on as before. There was, however, a certain man ramed Robertson, a bricklayer and builder by trade, who was pained at the treatment of the blacks, and he resolved to do what lay in him to change it. His notion was to go single-handed among the natives, and advise them to leave the mainland altogether. Of c...
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
Help your Newspaper. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PEINTING. If ycu dont feel able to run an advertisement, surely you 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 office that can give you no such return, and is spending neitheor time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your town. The time may come when a newer paper can live simply on the revenue de rived from advertising and subscriptions but no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist without the auxiliary sup, port deriied from job printing. Therefore, if you want a go'd eowspaper, one that can still further hold advance your town, give itryour Jon PaI.TINen. An advertisement. in this paper will canvas the whole district for ...
Some Brief Impressions and Comments CONCERNING DISTRICT SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
Some, Brief Impressions and ,Comments CONCERNING DISTRICT SHOWS. (BY G.L.C.) At the outset let it be allowed that an agricultural and horticul tural show has some educational value. Its purpose is, or should be, by a comparison of exhibits, to show where faults exist; to reveal to the interested and intelligent observer the results of intelligent labor; to give to the man out for ideas of improvement some measure of his requirement, and to increase the knowledge of the productivity of the country. The recent show at Dromana, for instance, though interesting in its way, is capable of improvement. But to bring that about, it must receive the warm-hearted support of the district. Let it be allowed that some measure of sacrifice has to be borne by exhibitors in their patronage of a show, but this fact should be loyally and unselfishly accepted, because they, are render-. It may be said in all kindness that to stand off on account of the trouble incidental to exhibiting at a show is no a...
District Property Sales. BIG LIST OF PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
District Property Sales. BIG LIST OF PURCHASES. Messrs T. R. B. Morton and Son, auctioneers, 72 Swanaton Street, lIel bourne, report having sold through their auctioneer, MrJ. L, Parkes, of Hastings, for Mr Peddle, of St.Kilda, the post office at Hastings to Mr G. H. Stacey, Crib Point; for Mr Power, o Gn ndale 45 acres aBittern; -ro' r -reacoek" under subdivision several lots in his estate at Tyabb, £8 to £32 an acre; for Mr Loach mere, of St.Ki'da, 5 acres at Hastings railway station; for Mr R. Dickeneon, South Yarra, allotment at Bittern township; 12 acres Sea view estate, Langwarrin, to Mr Sommers; 50 ncre!. part of lot 18 Warrenda estate, Hastings, to Messrs Reid Bros., Hast ings; 70 acres, lot 25 Warrenda estate, to Messrs Hooper Bros., New Zealand; lot 1, township of- Bittern, also 10 acres Warrenda estate, to Mr Mahoney, of Bendigo ; 5 acres at Red Hill to Mir Fles, of Darlington. The firm hold a most successful clearing sale for Dr Peacock at Tyabb, of building material, ma...
CRANBOURNE WEEKLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
CRANBOURNE WEEKLY :MARKET. L. Wilding reports :-Boconers £2 to £2 5s; porkers (light yarding) 25s to 35s ; Suckers 2s Gd to 5s; Calves 2s Gd to 10s Gd. Poultry-Chickens is Gd to 2s Gd, hens Is Gd to 2s Gd, roosters 2s 6d to 3s Gd. Vegetables Potatoes 6s to 85 per cwt, onions 2s Gd terquarter. Fruit-Apples 2s to 4s per case, pears 3s Gd to 4s 63 per case, tomatoes Cs to 4s 3d per case. Other ruit and vegetables at current market rates.
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
1Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET.: Alex. Scott and Co., report :-Dairy cattle-A large supply of both milkers and springers, the demand was good specially for quality cows; medium sorts also meeting with rather better competition. Stores and young cattle were easier. They quote best milkers £9 to £10, extra to £10 17s 6d. med ium £5 to £7, others from £3, best springers £6 to £7 12s 6d, medium £4 to £5 10s.. The following were the principal lots:-Milkers, 8 to £10 17s 6d, 4 to £10 12s Gd, 3 to £10 10:, 1 it £10 17s 6d, 2 to£9 17s Od, 4 to £10 17s Gd, 2 to £10 12s Gd, 2 to £8 2s 6d, 8 to £8. Springers-2 to £7 12: Bd, 3 to £7, 1 at £7, 3 to £6 15s, 3 t.'£5 17s Od. Pigs-A good supply of all descriptions; few pens extra quality baconers which had keen com petition, porkers also in better request, but stores and young pigs still very low. Prime baconers heavy 54s Gd to G1s, medium to 46s, light from 83:, best porkers 26s to 81s, medium 22s to 24s light from 16s, young pigs almost unsalab...
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
HOW TO INJUI? E YOUR TOWN. Run it down to visitors Go to other places for your supplies Look sorry when a stranger talks to you of buying property in it. Refuse to see merit in any scheme unless you are''big dog" in it. 'Don't invest. Show your distrust by refusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your nighbour without knowing the fasts.
THE SO-CALLED VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 March 1912
THE SO-CALLED VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. TO TIE EDITOR. - Sir,-In your report of the pro ceedings of the council of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings the following somewhat cryptic item appears under the head of corre spondence : - "Robert Stanley, president Flinders and Kangerong council, dated December 26, 1911, but only received by secretary in March, stating his willingness to agree with other presidents in the matter of £3 10s from Vigilance Committee of Westernport trip." I would like to know, and the public, I am sure,. would be in terested to learn, "What is the matter with £3 10s ?" Also, why "Vigilance'! Committee ?. Has it ever met ?' What is the nature of consumption of eatables, and more especially of drinkables on the trip, or is it rominiscefit of the following colloquy in "Much ado about nothing ?" "'Watchman: We will rather sleep than talk, we know what be loigs to a watch.-Dogberry: Why, you speak like an ancient watch man, for I cannot see how sleeping can offend; onl...