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Football. THE WATSON COMPETITION. EXCITING SEMI-FINALS. BOTH MATCHES WON BY ONE POINT. MORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
- Football. THE WATSON COMPETITION. EXCITING SEMI-FINALS. BOTH MATCHES WON BY.,,,. ONE POINT. MIORNINGTON v. FRANKSTON. The semi-final matches for the Watson trophy were played on Satur day last, when the above clubs met on a neutral ground-Somerville-both teams, particularly Mornington, being accompanied by a large number of supporters, notably the ".fair sex," of which one drag " tooled" by Mr Ogilby, that left Mornington, had its full complement. Kennedy, (Franks ton) won the toss and elected to. kick down hill, the wind which was very strong, blowing right across. the ground. On the bounce of the ball Neil McArthur got first possession of it, and being awarded a free kick for being held, booted on to Morrison. Some .good play was shown by Barnett in relieving his goal. The "Schnappers" were not to be denied, and besieged the Frankston goal, where Archie McArthur got the ball and snapshotted first behind for the tricolors. Kicked off, some scrimmag ing took place, out of which Ke...
The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. "Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
the taittbarb. PUBLIaSHED' EVELRY B ATURDAY MORNItG. " Nothing. extenuate, nor set .down aught in malice." SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. LOCAL AND GENERAL. SVERALr. important municipal notices are advertised in this issue. LT is said a numiberof foxes. have made their piearanceo in the Mount Martha and Flinders district, and are causing des truction amongst the young lambs. ENrra?Es for the STANDARD essay com petition for schooil children will be ex tended till Saturday evening, 13;h August. Tn Frankeston Progress League hove a number of ornamental tree.plants on hand, whichi will be given to property owners who might he willing" to plant the, trees near their property. TnH Prankston Mechanies' Institute library committee lst week installed the first batch of new Ilooks which are to be purchased. The lot included 50 volumes -a well-selected and varied assortment. Trcs third of a series of social evenings -ill be held in the Lanewarrin Methodist Church on August 10th under the auspices of the ...
Correspondence. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. APPRECIATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
Correspondence. (We do not neesscarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) &nbsp; APPRECIATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE STANDARD.) Sir, I desire to thank, through the medium of your valuable paper, the following gentlemen - Messrs Jamieson, Peatey, Ferrier, Olsen, J. Fulton, E. James, Rigg, D. James, A. Clydesdale, and R.H. Adams - who on Arbor Day, despite the inclemency of the weather, constructed and erected the tree guards for the trees planted by the children, and the ladies who kindly provided afternoon tea. Thanks are specially due to Mr R. H. Adams for supervising the tree planting; to Mr D. James, for carting the timber from Dromana; to Mr Clydesdale, who journeyed some distance in order to assist; and to the three gentlemen, Messrs Peatey, Fulton, and G. James, who completed the work on Monday morning. &nbsp; Though rather late in the day, I wish to thank Mr Ben Wilson for so kindly conveying the Rosebud children to and from Dr...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 8 August 1908
SORRENTO. We are asked by our Sorrento correspondent to mention that he was not the writer of the first paragraph in our Sorrento news last issue. We inserted the par in good faith, as we thought we recognised the writing as that of an esteemed correspondent. Correspondents in future must always sign their name and address, or no notice will be taken of their communi cations.
Refrigeration. ITS INFLUENCE ON TRADE, COMMERCE, AND ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Refrigeration. ITS INFLUENCE ON 'TRADE, COMMERCE, AND ENTERPRISE. The following are a few of the facts dealt with in an address delivered by Dr. Griffith on Monday; night before the Somerville?Fruitgrowers' .Associ ation i The lecturer said that in his opinion the three most startling and import ant inventions and discoveries of the 19th century are those of the steam engine, the use.of chloroform to miti gate human suffering, and the manu facture and application of ice and frost in th6 preservation' of perishable products; for what steam is to ma chinery and chloroform to the medi cal profession, so is refrigeration to trade and commerce. Let us see what it has done for Australia and New Zealand. It has enabled Victoria to manufacture and export over one million pounds worth of butter yearly during the last 19 years, besides millions of rabbits, sheep and other products. It has given a wonderful stimulus to fruitgrowing and export of apples and raising millions of apple trees, the ...
Bad Breath. THE TONGUE IS THE INDEX. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Bad Breath. THE TONGUE IS THE INDEX. Your breath is foul, but you do not preceive it yourself. You are like a person who is always among the oils and varnishes-you get used to what is to many people a most obnoxious smell. It is most disagreeable to those with whom you come in contact. A slight Headache, a Bad Breath, and a Coated Tongue, are the first symptoms of Stomachic Disease. Take time by the forelock, and .intercept germina tion ; arrest the germs ere they develop into disease. A pill in time may save days of suffering. Look at your ton gue in the looking glass every night and morning, and if it is at all dis coloured take a couple of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. They will remove the objectionable matter from the stomach, regulate the system and sweeten the breath. One or two of these Pills taken once or twice a week will ensure a well-regulated system, fortified against all diseasease. Dr. Morse's Indiia Root Pills are a searching remedy for Biliousness, Indigestion, Cons...
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
MELBO?IRNE TO STONY POINT. am I p.m Slelhourno, dop. ... 8 10 5.30 Carrum ... 9.4: ';.2: Frankston, arr. ... 9 ?& (6. ., dep. ... 9 44 1;.41 Langw'nrrin ... * Mlornington Junction, arr. 9 59 6:59 ;. dep. 104 7.10 Fomrvilla ... 10.15 71t T'yabb ... 10 2 7.24 Riostings ... 1037 7 33 i, ttern ... 10 1 74 ' rib Point ... " s Stony Point. arr. ... 11.0 7.50 -STONY POIN'T ,'1 M'O,8r.1 OUIlcNE. " 18. Thur. a.m. a.m. p.m. 'tany Point, dep. ... 7.15 11.30 :1.45 Crib Point ... Bittorn ... 7.41 11.15 * ifasting? ... 7.32 12.0 * p.m. Tyabb ... 7.41 12 8 Somerville ... 7.43 12.35 * Mornington Jtn., arr. .... 7.15 1 ]2. 5.1) ,, dp. ... 8.' 12 52 525 Langwazrrin ... , Frankston, arr. ... 8 22 1.12" 5.-4 d. lp. ... S.27 1.17 6..4 Carrumn ... 833 1 y 6.19 Mobournoe. rr. ... 9.4' 2 37 7. 2 Spcls up ,.r snt= d'w., pa4eungo-s whb.-n " iqu red.
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Land Board. ---+-- Mr. E. W. Welch, the district land officer, conducted a Land Board at Frankston on Tuesday morning in connection with the area of land near Langwarrin, recently made available for selection. After hearing the evi dence of the various applicants, the following recommendations were made: Parish Kangerong-Charles Ford and Winm. Meldrum 121 acres, allotment 25Ai, allotments.-Ford did not appear, and WVm. Meldrum was recommended. 2-Parish Langwarrm--Benjamin Den dle.-Recommended. 3-Mary A. Ridout.-Refused. 4-William G. Casn, George R. Lloyd, James Bidout.-G. R. Lloyd recom mended. - 5-Henry H. Lloyd. D. P. Cain, and Robert E, Ridoute-D. P. Cain recom mended& 6-H. G. Ridout-- Refused. 7-Eva 31. Ridout, and Nicholas J. W-ekham.-Refused. 8-Walter J. Cain,-Recommended. 15--Joseph W. B ker. Albert E. Kelly, and Henry G, MoJrhouse -Joseph W. Baker recommended. 16-Albert E. Kelly. and Harriet A. lloorhouEe. - Harriet A. Moorhouse re commended. 19-Mary A. Ridout.-Recom...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
LOCAL AND GENERAL.: h THE annual meeting of the Franketon C H.. and A. Association will be held on tl Wednesday evening next, in the Me. u chanics.? r THiE pedigree and.other. information concerning Mr Jas. Mitchell's well-knswn stallion Vanquisher; ,appears in this issue. r - Mt H. Bray announces in this issue , that he has -oened. a "general drapery r business next-to .thel.post office, Playne street, Frankston. Mr Bray is well-known in" the district,, and solicits a share of C public patronage. Boots ail shoes in t great variety are also stocked. Tur Frpnkston FrogressLeague'swork. ing bee for tree.planting" on Wednesday a was again a failure. Only a handful of d workers turned up. ind after-a few trees b had been planted and guards put around same, those present gave. up tee. task in view of the discouraging attendance.: ONE day last week a little child had the N remarkable experience of falling out of- a 9 . moving train at Chelsea without i?us. rtaining worse injuries thanafew...
BUILDING SITES AT FRANKSTON. [TO THE EDITOR STANDARD]. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
BUILDING SITES AT FRANK STON. [TO THE EDITOR STAiDAD ]. Sir,-I take it that all residents of Frankston are interested in its pro gress. To accomplish this, new blood is essential by the accession of new residents. Suitable building sites, I understand, are being sought. after, but,prices asked are frequently unrea sonable. Some of the best sites in Frankston are held for prices which are only likely to be obtainable under boom conditions. Failing getting land at reasonable rates, intending buyers will go to other districts, and Franks ton will be tle.loser. Each new resi dent adds to the prosperity of the place, and it will pay landowners to see this, and-to let a portion of their -land go at moderate pries.' and by do ing so they will best ensure advanced rates for the rest.-I am, etc., WELWISIHER - Augustd2th; 1908. : 1 ..
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the' winter time table which came into operation on the !ic . MELBOURNE TO FRANKT'I'ON. p.m. p.m. p.m. n,m. 8ants. Sit. Sate. p.m. rm. p.m. pj.m. only er. elbourne, dep. 8.10 1220 1.12 118 4 35 5,30 (20 11.85 Carrum . '8."23 1.:4 2.26 232 544 (1.23 7.20 12,41 FrankLton, arr, 1:14 1.45 2.37 2.4:3 hi5 61.4 7.40 125iT PRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. 8au. -at ts. . m. nm. pm m P.m. p.in. p.m. p.m. p in. Fraukston, dsp.. 7.12 827 1.17 .2.18 3.3 .3a 5.8 8:20 Carrum 7.23 838 1.28 2.32 314 3.10 0 24 31 3Iolbouits, err, 8.32 11.418 237 3.42 4.25 4.:10 7.32 9.42
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Mm 11UOURNE TO IORONIS\&TON. I .y a y. y.i..w. ]; d)oujn , dep 8.4 :5:( 4 .!2 ]r'nkstnn. 7rr. "F ft If .4. dep. I 4 1.4 2:: ."lzngw\Y rrin ' "t t llornin..ton JunchtioD a r. 5.9 J (1 J 3 1 du, 10.10J 74 3J3 Muorooduc t t flornun 'ton ,rr. ... 10 35 7-_13.35 MORNINGrON TO MELBOUENE. Sats. n.m. -p.m p.m MIornington, dep.... 7.4A5 4.55 1.24 Moorooduc ... t t t Mornington Junction, arr. 8 - 5.20 1.40 ,, dep. 8.8 525 1.48 Langwarrin ... t t t Frankston, arr. ... 8.2 540 32 ,, dop. 8 27 (.8 2.16 Carrum - ... 8.3S 6.19 2.32 Melbourne, arr ... 9.48 7.32 3.18 ,t.'picke up or suba downpassengera when' required.
Help Your Newspaper ! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Help 'Your- Newspaper , The : greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB ParzINTI. If you do not feel able io run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news paper -your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes and all business printing to execute. T, he newspaper man needs it, andit 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 yeu want a- good newspaper-one that can. still further help you and youro town-GIVE TR vouu JonB PRITING.
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
Obituary. It is with regret that we havr to chronicle the death of Mr ML E. i Jostlear, which occurred at his resi dence, Mornington, on Wednesday evening last. The deceased had been I a martyr to ill-health for the past four 1 years, and during his six months' resi- I dence in this district he had several severe attacks. Since removing from 1 Frankston to Mornington a few weeks I ago Mr Jostlear.had almost continually i been in a vei-ybad state of health, and 2 sinking lower and lower,ithe end came I as stated on Wednesday evening. Since coming to this district Mr t Jostlear was employed on the staff of THE STANDARD, and had been actively 1 connected with the literary work, dur ing which he had become well known and widely respected throughout the whole district. Of a cheery -disposi tion (in spite of his ill-health), straight forward and conscientious in all his I dealings, he made many staunch friends. Mf r Jostlear, some ten years ago, I was a champion athlete of the Western I d...
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
HOW .TO LP.YOUE ISTRICT. Talk about it Write about it ;Buy all you can in;it Reniember that byassisting tradeepeople you help the place alone SPurchase and' assist your Loca. PAraz, for by so doing you further the best inte rests of the Peninsula - Treat strangers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions ' Elect good reliable men to all public. positions, not because they strgn ,them selves for popularity, but on account' of their stamina and trustworthiness Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. The men who have invested in stores. workshops and other busines4 places are bmlding up the district, and they should be encouraged-especially the Pirr?Ta.
PEARCEDALE. THE PROPOSED CRANBOURNE MORNINGTON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 15 August 1908
PEARCEDALE. THE PROPOSED CRANBOURNE MORNINGTON RAILWAY. A well-attended meeting of those interested in the above railway was held, at Pearcedale on August 5th. Councillor Callanan took the chair, and proved himself a very capable chairman. A motion condemning the proposed, route was carried unani mously, and another that a railway is desirable, but not specifying' route, was carried after a long discussion, in which Messrs Black, Monro, Murphy, Watt, White, and Barton took a promi nent part. A committee, with Mr Reed as §ecretary, was formed to pre pare evidence for submission to the Railways Standing Committee.