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Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Make Your District Known_ Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for hehas no miracul. onus power of knowing what. is happening in all the places in the areaof circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the mat. tsr in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dis. trict, will YOU try on the LIN~s ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, coit. certs, matters touching 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. Write on one side of the paper only.' Give information, butletcriticism-alone Voodl' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6.
Childrens Concert at Frankston. FINE VARIED PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
.Childrens=Concert at Frankston. FINE VARIED *PROGRAMMEg. ¶lhe concert at Frankst'on on Wcd uesday night last, in aid of St. Paul's V?icarage fund, was an unqualified success, and proved one of the most enjoyable entertaimnents held in Frankston- The leading organiser and trainer of the performers, Mrs Dial, is to be warmly congratulated on theresulb of her untiring work ; thus lady is. certainly an expert in train ing children. ,There was a large attendance, and the proceeds will amount to some where about 1l0, a very satisfactory result. The programme was a lone and interesting one, and it seemned almost imposing on the willing youngsters- to keep them pegging away from 8 till 11 p.m. Judging by the brisk.way they went about the various parts they had to' Perform,. however, theh cildreiin e? ?ed to.::be keen~adsin'terese d thrTouhou imaud acquitted themselves really well. The first part of the progrommo was opened by a well performed pianoforte duet by Misses Dial and Ritchie. No ...
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
HOW TO INJUlE 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; - - Boefuse to see ment in any schmedrunless~ you are 'big dog" in it. Don't invret. Show yoar distrust by refusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your n3ighbour wilhoutknowing the facts.
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
NOTES. Mr H. Masterton, of Frankston, who has been a patron of the Frank ston Football Club for a score of years or so, and who yearly donates £1 Is or so to the funds of the Club, was present at the match against Morn. ington on Saturday last, and with interestwatched the play. At the half time interval, Mr Masterton went into the Frankston dressing room and carefully scanned the players. His expert eye soon found out the men who had not been attending to their training. A good match should eventuate at' Hastings this afternoon between Frankston and Hastings. A special train has been chartered by the visit ing club, and with fine weather, a large number will take advantage of the trip. Hastings, by reason of their unbeaten record this season, should again win, but the Frankaton eighteen I is considerably improved since the teams met previously, and should be much harder to beat. A Frankston junior, George Patter son, whilst playing last Saturday for Healesville against Coldstream, ...
The Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
The Railways. The subjoined letter has been re ceived by the Hon. Secs. of the Westernport Progress Association: VICTORIAN RAILWAYS Melbourne, June 14th 1912. Sir,-Adverting to your letter of 22nd s pril :a.t, I am directed to intinate that renewed instructions have been ised to the whole of the btafE at Flin ders Street and Princes Bridge stations as to the position from which the 5.9 p.m,. Mrnington train will start from No 1 platform at Flinders Street daily, and as posters are exhibited at all barriers and on No i platform, -it is anticipated that no further difficulty will arise,-I have the honor to be Sir, Your obedient servant, E. B. JONES. Acting Secretary.
FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. Mornington visited Fratikston on Saturday last under inclement weather conditions, and suffered defeat at the hands of the local team. The rain, which fell almost throughout the day, made the ground in a very slippery condition, and players found it ex tremely difficult-to keep on their feet. Mornington had several of their pro minent men absent through illness, while Frankston had a very hard team to beat.. At the start of the play Mor nington rushed the ball to the forward line, where Sullivan got a free at an angle, but he kicked 'very badly. Hague to Ashmore to Gabriel sent the play out of peril for a time. Taken away by the visitors, they quickly had oneflag hoisted. Ashmore to Buck ley saved. Buckley then passed to Dennis, to O'Neill, who had a shot, but he slipped, the ball only going a few yards. Reynolds to Baxter, and the latter kicked first goal. of the day. Mornington seized their oportunity, and rushed the ball to their territory, where the forw...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to CoNTINUE their subscriptions 2. If Subscribers order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the publisl ed inay continue to send them until AntE -s are paid. 3. If ubscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are IlESPONSInLo until they have .ettled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be disfontinued. 4. If subooribers remove to other places without infouning the publishers, and the papers are sent to their formeo direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NoTICE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinuetaking it, otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri. ber will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of trrears.
THE [?]ES INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
I[' ..,YES INFLUENCE. A wonoan Las her hnsband's fortune. hestlh and happiness all in her power, r?,?oe sthe mar, or she may not, as shl-. pI:cas, conform to his circum stances." It is her first duty to do this, and it should be her pleasure al so. No passion for luxury or disp~'. -3 ?ugb.lzt .a..soeu. it,. iidus. her t., deviate riom this line eot _sduct: "An Athlr course is sure to lead to un happiness. and, if persisted in, is like. ly ,." .c:d to ruin. Nothing can he mto:- .iserable than the struggle to Lc-:: .p an appearance that should n'1. oavre been assumed it it could eacteed it would cost more than it was worth, but as it seldom does suc ceed. its failure involves great morti ficatnin. Some of the best examples of human sirtte have been shown by women who have been suddenly reduced from wealth and splendor to absolute want. A man s fortunes are to a great ex tent in the hands of his wife, inas much as his own power of exertion depends largely upon her. His moral and even h...
FOOTBALL. Peninsula Competition. SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. A CLOSE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
FOOTBALL. - Peninsula Competition. SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. A CLOSE GAME. The match between. these teams at Saturday was close and exciting from start to finish. The weather was cold and showery, consequently the ball was greasy and difficult to handle. Hastings were without the services of Sposito, Campbell and Denham. From the bounce Somerville took possession and went off at a great pace, while Hastings did not seem to be able to get going at all. It was some time, however, before anything was scored, but eventually Somerville managed to raise one flag. Then1Hastings took a hand and had the Somerville backs hard at work, but the blue and whites could not score. After some wing play, in which the ball was continu ally being forced out of bounds, Somerville got their chance and scored a sixer. From the bounce Hastings forwarded, but the home team were not tobe denied,and play ing well-together, forced the' ball forward, and notched another goal: The play was around the Somer ville g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Miss Dalman, Dressmaker, Etc., MORNINGTON. - AVING Engaged a DRESSMAKER of the City, is prepared to do all Kinds of Sewingat Moderate Rates. Fit and Style Guaranteed. A Boon to' Orchardists THE "DU T HOIT' MOTOR SPRAY PUMP and FARM ENGINE Combined. It will Spray your Trees; Work your haffcutter; Run your'Churn and Separator, etc. The Best on the Market. ALBERT DUTHOIT T IMPORT AND EXPORT MERCHANTS, 396 Flinders Lane, MELBOURNE. COFFEY BROS. FAMOUS VEHICLES AND HARNESS. Hundreds to choose from. New and Secondhand CASH OR TERMS. 187 QUeer~ Street, Melbourle, aed ; .630 Gthrcl Street, Ricl4mojd. DO DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY?. What a Dentist States. " Do you suffer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, head and cheekbone ? Are you afflicted with a sore throat, pains in thie eye and oar? Or have 3?ou an- offe.sive breath and nasty taste in your mouth from discharging gums and bursting gum boils P How is'it possible to chew your food properly if, when you tegin to eat, your teeth nerves...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday. June 18, [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Market Keports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday. June 18, Alex. Scott and Co. report :-Dairy cattle: A large supply and prices easier all round. Milkers : 5 to £12, 2 to £10 12s 6d.2 to £10 10s, 9 to £10, 2 to £9, 1 at a ., 1 at £8 10s, 1 at £8, 2 to £8, 4 to £7 15s, I at £7 12s Gd. Springers : 1 at £ 8 5s, 8 to £7 17s 6d, 1 at £7 10s, 2 to £7, 3 to £6 17s Gd, 3 to £6 10s. Store and young cattle, dull of sale at late rates. Pigs-A fair supply, and demand good at fully late rates. Heavy prime bacon, 33s to £3 3s, good, 48s to 52s,best porkers 35s to 40s, medium 28s to 33,. light from 24s.
Mornington Water Supply FURTHER DELIBERATION AT COUNCIL TABLE. THE MOOROODUC SCHEME ADOPTED. ESTIMATED COST £12,000; RATE 2/6. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Mornington Water Supply FURTHER DELIBERATION AT COUNCIL TABLE. THE MOOROODUC SCHEME ADOPTED. ESTIMATED COST £12,000; RATE 2/6. At the Mornington shire council meeting on Thursday of last week, the engineer reported that he had tried to get a sample of water from the dam site on Madden's gully, suggested by Mr Sambell for a joint scheme; but no water could be found there. Mr Moseley, whose land abutted on the proposed re servoir site, informed him that the water became brackish as soon as it ceased to run, and an old resident who had lived on the Mount for 35 years had informed him that the water could not be used even for washing purposes. As to Tanti Park, he could r.ot see that there would be sufficient catch ment there. The only site he could recommend was that of -te- -Old Dam at Moorooduc, where 'he had taken a series of levels and mea surements. The total estimated cost of the scheme he recommended would be as follows :-Reservoir £4,000, 3 miles of 6-inch mains £2,400, filter ...
DANDENONG HORSE SALE. Saturday, 15th June. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
DANDENONG HORSE SALE. Saturday, 15th June. Alex. Scott and Co., report:-A good supply with a large proportion of draughts, broken and unbroken. The demand was uneven, but some good prices were realised, and generelly a very satisfactory sale of over 100 head being sold. Heavy draughts to £50 10s ; un broken colts to £40 ; unbroken fillies to £28 10s ; pair grey delivery mares £81 10s; light mares £26 10s s; ponies to £13 5s; useful saddle and harness sorts £9 to £14 ; small ponies to £8. Reports of district functions itemsof.local interest, and information of all kinds will be thankfully received by the Editor.
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
LAHCWARRIN At a meeting of the Mutual Im provement Association, it was re solved, on the motion of Mr Witham, that the meetings of the society be solely devoted to social and recreation. This course has been deciled upon, on account of the growing popul rity of the society, and the increasing number of visitors attending.
Social Tent, Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 June 1912
Social Tent, Frankston. The quarterly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening, May ?8th, when there was a good atten dance of members, and a large bnsi-j ness sheet was put through, one of the main items being the election of officers, which resultd as follows : C.R, Bro A Bailey; D.R, Sister B. Bailey ; P.C.B,, Bro. A. Hague; Sec., Bro. F. H. Wells (re-elected); Treas., Bro Rogers 're elected) ; W.S., Sister Lawrey; 31S, Sister V. Bailey; Ievite. Sister Henderson; Guardian, Bro C. May ; Auditors, Bros Renouf and Ferrier ; Press correspondent, Bra. A Bailey (re-elected); Tent re prsentative, Bro F. H. Wells (re elected); Judical Committee-Bros Ferrier, H. Ostes, F. Benouf, MI. Kemp, and F. Scarborough; Superin tendents of Juvenile Tent-Bros. Fer trer, H. Oates, F. Renouf, and F. H. Wells (corresponding superintendent). A vote of thanks was accorded Bro. pF. . We'is for past services as Tent representative to the District Council and for again accepting the position. The ann...