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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Public Nolices J'rankston .:. Coffee Palace UNDER ENTIRELY NEW ALANAGEM1ENT, 3IrE . Lamplugh, P PROPRIETRESS Si H. BUNNEY, I Bay Street, Frankston, ...Stocks a first-class Assortment of... Groceries Dairy Produce Frui Crockery Confectionery Vegetables Soft Drinks &c. Melbourne Prices, Cleanliness, Civility ...and Attention.... All Goods of Best Quality. A Tral'Sohciled. Satisfaction guaranteed Misses Benton w, ...Beg to Notify that they have started... Dressmaking, &c. -On the Premises of 1dMrs. Parsons, MAIN STREET, Mornington. SINGING AND PIANOFORTE. Mr. Allan Fisher. T..RMS : - Diaphra natie Breathing and Singing, £l 10s per term of half-hcur each week (eleven weeks); £2 2s per term of two half-hours. Piano-£-1 10s per term of one hour per weeal-. IC U R -GOIN TO R. W. JONES General Storekeeper, CARRUfI. FOIl GROCERIES, DRAPERY, HARDWARE, BIOOTS, SHOES. &c. BRAN, CII 'FF. O 1T', BARLEY, WIE 'T, I' L,. L Ii, POTA L'OES, AND ALL CA1.' li E"t'T IN STOCK. All ...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
NOTES. The Mornington team was very weak in parts of thefield on Saturday, and it was only the consistently good. play of half-a-dozen men that won the game for them. 3Mornington Juniors defeated Dro mana and Rosebud State schools on Saturday last by 1 goal to 2 behinds. In this match, Dromana at three quarter time had 3-9 to 1-0, but the players were lined up, and Dro mana were found to have 24 players, with the result that 6 were put off, and the scores taken off also. A match is being arranged between Mornington and Turong for the end of the season. Matches for the premiership and Watson trophy will be resumed this afternoon. The Somerville- boys journey to Dromana, Mornington visit Hastings, and Frankston have a bye. Frankston will play ia practice match in the Park today, against a team from the Railways, and will be represented by --.Lawrey, Croskell, Kennedy, O. Pettit, Davey, Hague, Harley, Aitken, P. Leitch, Shannon, Sherlock, .Andrews, Mitchell, Prater, Sullivan, "Emmitt, ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Os our fourth page will be found an article on the advantages of rugging cows. The report of the Morningion .hite Councld meeting is held over. TENDnERS are invited by %lr F. W. 'et ley fir grubbing, clearing and ploughing at Cole's paddock, Franksrton, as per ad vertisement in another column. AT the last Melbourne sales of fat sheep, M1r t. Cairns, of Fingal, sold a truck of fat l:.mbs at prices up to 18s 901-a record for the Peninsnla Tuli LI·agwarrin Progress Association will hold a social evening in the Methodist School-rosim on Monday evening next. A good programme will be submitted. FoxrexuIso in the way of a record has been estabhlished by Mr Stevenson, of Craubnhourne road, with his poultry farm. During the past year he disposed of no fewer than 3,000 dozen eggs, or an ave rage of 253 eggs per head of his poultry. A succseFuoL concert in aid of the Morniington Mechanics' Institute was 'held on Wedlnsday evening last. All the itemas wvr o much appreciated. ...
District News TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
District News - TYABB. (Copies of the STi.saDn can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) Arbor Day of 1908 was celebrated here on Friday, 3rd inst. The day was an ideal one, the weather being perfect, and the whole of the pro ceedings were carried out in a most satisfactory and successful manner, there being not more than half-a dozen residents who refused to agree with the deviation from the customs of former years, viz., planting in the Recreation Ground near the station, and serving out general refreshments at a later hour than formerly. Refer ence to the first matter was made by the various speakers, who, pleased to relate, are not prejudiced against a give and take policy between the two pleasure grounds of the district. Eighty trees were received from the State Nursery and the majority of these were planted by mid-day; also, about twelve chains of the north and east boundaries of the ground were planted with beach ti-tree. Included amongst the trees were pines, cypresses, acacias, ...
MORNINGTON v. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
MORNINGTON v. DROMAINA. This mantcih wasplayed at Morning Ston Saturday, a large number of spectators witnessing .a very friendly and exciting game, which resulted in a win for the "Schnappers"' by 10 points, although they were minus sixi of their usual playcrs. . Dromana prevailed on the bounce of the ball, but a free to Slater relieved, and Male effected a good mark. A free to Dromana en-. abled them to keep the play, around tlie home team's goal, and Gibso, booted first goal for.them. ,Mlenck: put in good play, and "then; Rudduck (who was playing his first game of,the, season) showed; up' prominently. 1?The locals were not to be denied,` aind Son. Wilson scored their first goal.' Morn ington rushed on the bounce, Male, Downward, and Slter ekcellin;g,'and Male, Downward and Slater:doing great work. M? ale marked brilliantly, and with a good punt. notched, second goal for the tri-colors. They i also added a behind. Quarter-time the scores stood--Mornington, 2 goals 1 behind (13 poi...
Football. FRANKSTON v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Football. FRANKSOTN v. HASTINGS. r( LBr ROVER]. The match between these clubs in is Frankston Park last Saturday aroused A great interest throughout the whole of bh the Peninsula. The Hastings team F arrived by lthe mid-day train, and it i is said brought fully 100 supporters with them. There were visitors pres- p, sent from everywhere, and there was a grett assemblage around the playing at arena. Hastings put their best team si into the field; but Frankston did not tc muster the eighteen originallycchosen- di Barnett, D. Leitch, Gregory and WV. A Pettit being unable to play, whilst w Sullivan was very ill on taking the b, field. Leitch got severely hurt against ce Somerville, and it is doubtful if this g, fine all round.man will be again avail- m able this season. Than Dan Leitch d, there is not a fairer player on the g( Peninsula, and everyone will be sorry m to learn of his being incapacitated. m The Hastings eighteen are indeed a A fine strapping lot of footballers; pc Frankston...
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. a.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum ... 9.23 6.23 &nbsp; Frankston, arr. ... 9.34 6.34 " dep. ... 9.44 6.44 Langwarrin &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mornington Junction, arr. 9.59 6.59 Mornington Junction, dep 10.5 7.4 Moorooduc ... &nbsp; &nbsp; Mornington,arr. ... 10.30 7.24 MORNINGtON TO MELBOURNE. a.m. p.m Mornington, dep. 7.45 4.55 Moorooduc ... 1 t Mornington Junction, arr. 8.3 5.20 dep. 8.8 5 25 Langwarrin ... 8. t Frankston, arr. ... 8.22 54) Sdep. 8.27 G.8 Carrum . 8.40 .21 -M?olbourno:- arr. ... " . 0.8 . 5?'" t picks up or sots down passengers when required.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
For the Season's Trade &nbsp; C. DALMAN, Frankston BOOT STORE Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable PRICES RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. - IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Assortment. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED BOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST., FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON: Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce in Stock. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IRVINE'S HOT & COLD &nbsp; SEA WATER BATHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (Hot) IRVINE'S ROYAL BATHS. (cold) &nbsp; &nbsp; MORNINGTON OPEN DAILY from Sunrise to Sunset. HOT SEA BATHS ALWAYS READY. BATHING HOURS GENTLEMAN ... ... ... ... ... ... From 6...
Mr John Baldry Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
Mr John Baldry Killed. We regret to announce this morn- ing the death of Mr John Baldry, of " Wildwood," Flinders, the result of an accident through a fall from his horse. On Sunday morning last, the deceased gentleman rode out to one of his paddocks. He did not return at the time promised, and a search was made for him. On Monday the body of deceased was found, and not far distant the saddle was picked up, with the girth broken. A magisterial enquiry was held before Mr Rudduck, J.P., on Tuesday. and after hearing the evidence, a verdict of accidental death was recorded. By this regretable accident the district loses a very old resident and pioneer. The deceased gentleman, &nbsp; who was 73 years of age, was a native &nbsp; of Suffolk, England. He secured the Crown grant of the land, which he held until his death, as far back as 1860, and immediately set himself the hard task of making a home in the bush, which entailed a considerable amount of hardship and hard work...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 11 July 1908
T'HE growvth and progress of TnH STANDARD siqce the present proprietor ship took it over has been most marked, and the support accorded by advertisers and subscribers equally so. The Peninsula public have recognised the fact that THE STANDARD is their mouthpiece, for the reason that every event worth recording in any town finds a place in our news columna..-n order to better cope with the in6reas ing business, we have decided to ex tend our operations, and have estab lished another office at Mornington. From to-day we will issue two editions --"THE MORNINGToN AND DROMANA &nbsp; STANDARD," and "THE FRANKSTON &nbsp; AND SOMERVILLE STANDARD." Adver tisers will thus have the advantage of securing the appearance of .their busi ness notices in both editions at the one charge-a distinct advantage. The two issues will contain the samo amount of news, and as usual our ef forts will be directed in recording events of local importance especially. It will be readily understood t...
Help Your Newspaper! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
Help Your Newspaper I - The .greatest .aid .ou can give ,your newspaper is your Jon. P TrainIo. If you doi not feel able ro irtu an advertisement,; surely you can iafford to give the 'news paper .your :cards, -dodgers, billbeads,. envelopes 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' inotices 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, nnr 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 vbrtising nnd?.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-oone 'that can still farther help you arnd your town-oIva r sr.ToU Jon fnlaruIss. .
Notice to Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
Notice to Correspondents A11 communications mast be address??' to the Editor, and" not personally to any nieniber of the staif. Leigthy communications must be in, the Editor's hands not later-than the Thurs day precedulg publication day', "to ensure theirinsertion.,r Correspondents will please write on, one " i'f ,r p . . F-"1; ~.? ,s1.. .:' l..-? ?-/?.? ,_ usileop9.zgs
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
Peninsula Court Fixtures; The following-are the fixtures- for the Courts of Petty Seessions in the Peninsula . till the end of Novem ber: F Frannkston 20 24 21 _26 23 . .t Mornington 2 6 '0: 8 ; 5 Dromanna. O0 4 1 6i 33 Sor ,? ren1o. . 2 ' The oodiinary cough medicine may soothe ththliroat, but it haas no power to heal_ recovery i', not complete, and a :second attack is more liable to follow. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is quite different. because it not only soothes but also heals, so that'the affected parts are restored'to a healtliyt condition,. and. the danger :of. f?tire'attack is removed. For sale by all storekeepers.
Mornington Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
Mornington Miechanics' Institute. At'thl monthly meeting of the above institution,: there weie :present: Fairbairn, - Nunu , Perber, Tait, Barrett, Dr Somers, and the sec, (Mr J. Noble). The secretary stated that the Government'grant of £15 3s 991 was in'the." bank, and this sum would require to be spent on books, maga zines, -etc.--It was decided 'en the motion of Mr Nunn, seconded by Dr. Somers, that'£5 be spent on books for the present ; Messrs Grover,' Soiners and Ferber were appointed to choose the books, on the motioni of ' hmlssrs Barrett and Tait. Three new blinds wecs ordr red' to be obtained for the reading room. A conversational discus.ion tensued regarding the report of the sub conm mittee upon the best means of popu larising theinstitution (which appeared in out last issue). Each recommenda tion was taken singly, and all were eventually adopted On the motion of Messrs Fairbairn amid Nunn, the annual subscript on was reduced from 14s-to 10s. Mr Noble intimated his intent...
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
AI LBOUiRNE TO STONY POINT. a.m. p.In Mael.l-orne, depu. . . S10 5,30 Cnarrartn ... 9.23 (.2:1 Frankston, a,,r. ... 9.3 L 6.:l3 ., dep. ... 9 :4 6.41 La a.:v:ri ... a Mouriington Jtunc.iol. arr. 1.) ') 6 ' dep. 10.1 7.10 Soaaaar niab ... 10.1 I Tvl .h ... 10 21 7. tst ,+1... 1037 7.:t3 1:' tr n ... 1U0 1 7 1 'rib Point ... * Stony Point, arr. ... 110 7..,, l,?'vY PO'IN ITO' 3[ ,i!, 'U 'NE. Thur. a.a. n.la. p.m. tny Point,dep. ... -7. :: ;5 4 a ib f,.it ... * itt n ... . 11.1 iaast ;:ga ... 7 . p.m. ,.=m '-r l p ... 7. ti 12.37 " .a) ... 7 - Mor;o.gton Jtn., r .... 7.-5 J2.1. .&lt;0 T.a,rna'ar in I r, ,ston, a',- . . I l 5 4 ,. a p. .. - ..i a ,.17 ,. '.1 a, , ... 7: s ; .7 7 t ti .- a r-':
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
Newspaper Law. 1. Sulcrilhers who do not give express notice to the contrary are cnsideled as wishing to CONTINUE their subscriptions. 2. If Suboeriheri order the discontin nance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to sendtlhe unatil AuieARS are paid. 3. if subscribers refuse er neglect to take periodicals from the office. to which they are directed, they ire i?IsPOwsrTLE until.they have settled their bills;-and ordered the periodicals ;o be discontinued. 4. If -ubsbribers remove to other:,places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the sub'scribers are responsible. '5; Ifsubscriboers pry in adsvnce for a periodical, they are bound to. give NoTICIEtO the publi'her,'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 arrears. .Adertieo in a lpaper with a good circulation. The S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
A little .ams stepped in the shop. And said : " Now, you be sure To give me what I ask for pop, That's Wood' Great Peppermint Cure. It's no use to try and force On me some other class, For though I am a little hoarse I'm obt a little ass." Did you over stop to think that Chair - berlain's Pain Balm is a general- famil : liniment, especially good for -rheumtntism ' The quick relief otbrded by applying is worth many times its cost Ma?kea reo and sleep possible. For sale by all store keepers. Those who are well posted as to U e best means of relieving psin and cunn g sores, wounds or burns, always use Chan berlain's Pain Balm. They insist thea e is Bothing like it. For sale by: all, stoo r. Skeepers. The Standard Family Medicine. DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS, SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. The prudent housowife always keeps a bottle in the house,-for she has learnt by experience that Nature occasionally requires some assistance, and that this assistance is best afforded by prompt recourse to ...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
SORRENTO. In the last paragraph in Sorrento news last issue we regret that two compositors' errors occurred. Mr Arthur "Edward " should have been Edwards, and "Harem" appeared in stead of "Haven" as the name of the place at which the, 'family are stay ing. Mr and Mrs Henry Berry and family "are staying at " Seachffee," Portsea: Mr and Mrs A. Wadsworth and family are staying at "Crcedy," Portsea. The Nepeau rifle club's weekly com petition last Saturday was won by Mr C. H Morgan, with a score of 38. Alessrs J. Slelton, J. Hyslopp, and A. Thompson tied for second place with a score of 36 each, which has still to be shot off. The rainfall here for June, as guaged by Mr M. Mathieson was 474 points. The marriage of Miss Ada Sutton to Mr"T. Emmerson takes place in Melbourne next SWednesday. There are rumours of a breach of promise case coming before the public shortly in connection with a young couple here. Mr and Mrs J. G. M-orton, of Clif ton Hill, are spending a holiday at Sorrento. Mr...
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 18 July 1908
Peninsula Train Service. \: INTER TIME IABLE. The following is the winter time tablo which came into operation on tho 1st May : M ELBOURINE TO FRIANK 'ON. p.m. p.m. p.m. a,m.a. Sots. Sots. :nts, pam. p.m p.m. p.m. _only ex. tourno, dop. 8.1012.20 1.12 1.18 4.33 530 (120 11. 5 Cn?,inm 0.23 1.34 2.211 2:12 541 11.23 7.20 12.4, Firiston, nnr. 0 34 1.15 2.37 2.1:3 555 0.34 7 40 1255 FI'RANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. Sato. nn anpi 11t I pmII, f. piln. pi.1. p hi. p.m. mn. pill. Frl'kston, dop, 7.12 8 27 1.17 2.16 3.3 3 8 6.8 8.20 Cairl(1 7.23 8.38 1.28 2.,2 314 3.139 02t. 831 3Iolb.iutn, arr, 8.32 11.45 237 3.42 .4.25 1.,30 7.32 9,42