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Orchard Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Orchard Notes. (By E. E. Pescott, from '"Journal of Agriculture.') Ploughing the orchard should now he completed; and, where necessary, the drainage system should be con tinued and increased. A dressing of stablo manure shou d now be given ivherever it is nrieeded,; and, if any atificial manures are to be used, especially if in the form of bonedust or potash, they should .hobe applied now, no that they will be available as food for the roots in early spring. A dressirg of lime may be given with great advantage to heavy, cold, or tour soils. Spraying should be started foraphis, mite, and scale troubles; and, if the pest is at all severe or obstinate, the work should be done before pruning. Crude petroleum, red oil, and kerosene emulsions are all useful in dealing with these pests. PLc.INQso. It was recommended for March and April that land intended for new or chard areas should then be ploughed in anticipation of the planting season, It will now be of advantage to have the soil cross...
TYABB. CORONATION CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
TYABB. JORONATION CELEBRATIONS. Coronation Day was carried out. here with eclac. The two schools joined, forces at the hall at 11 a.m., and indulged in a di-play of loyalty anrd enthusiasm. Theu chair was oc cupied by Cr Woodhouse, shire presi dent, and he made a short speech suitable to the occasion before calling upon Dr Griffith to give his address on "The Empire and. Coronation." The worthy medico's address was lis toned to with the grette-t attention, and even if soon fJrgott-n by the small children, will long be remem bered by the scholars and adults. Other items were a song by all the children,- entitled "The Star-crossed Flag of Australia,". a recitation by the fifth class girls, "The Flag is passing by,' a doer, "Rule Britannia," by Ada Unthank and Mlary Meldrutm, with full chorus by the rest of the children, and a recitation, "Children of the Empire," by the third class. Then followed the distribut on of the slire council's nmedal., and the presen tation of merik r-.ri'i-,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
COMMON AMONG MJINERS. "Like many otbhr mineo; I outracted a severe cold through co.,ing out of the hot mine into the cool ait." says Mr W. Crouch of 1'abina.st., Broken Hill, N.S.W., "and at night I would get an awful tickling in the throat and chest, but Chamberlain's Congh Remedy was the means of givmns immediate relief fiom it and qucekly cured my cold. No other medicine wes able to do this, and I had many bottles from the doctor." Sld by all storekeepers. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Gret Peppermiut Cure. lb 6d. For Chronic Chess Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cate. is Ed ANNEAB BROS. (Late Ja.a Noble) - Railway Store, Mornington. :;.. GCROCERIES. STANDA I)-The.Best QUALIrY-The Frebhost PRICE-T'rhe Lowest BOOTS AND SHOES Of All Kinds and Prices STYLE-The Latest DRAPERY r& MILLINERY Ut' TO-DATE and STYLISH. S9e unr FlannrletteF, Flannels, Blankets. Calicoes, Shcetisgs, Drees Stuffs, Silks, Laces, Ribbone, etc. City Values in ouni Own Town. W ?ar's. a...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOI Sir,-!" have before me the "Stan. dard" of the 24th inst, in which I note a letter from.Mr Wilson, of the Hast ings Football Club, in which he accuses me of making uncalled for insinuations anginst his club's delegates; corse quently I 'consider this letter is called for, and in rep y to Mlr Wilson I say that in my previous letter there were rdb insinuations, but fieots, and that my informant (whom I have no reason to disbelieve) was not a Hastming dele gate, but is one of Hastings leading aid most respected residents. With out his permission I cannot divulge his identity ; however, per oven mail, [ am writing him for fermnission to publish his name, and on my return from the country, I trust to be in re ceipt of his reply. I.only need to add that I fail to see any necessi.y for Mr Wilson's poor attempt at-sarcasm.. I dent wish to be judged as a true spo...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Tennis. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent at the tennis court of the Frank ston club on Monday last, when their was a large attendance of members and friends to see the nmatch between ladies' fours from Frankston and )Mornington. Mornington have always had a strong team of ladies, and their record is almost a-lone string of sue cesaes against Frankston. On Monday, however, the Frnkston ladies scored a victory, and their win aroused quite a flutter of excitem nt. There were some fine rallies, and the match was much enjoyed by the spectators. A splendid supply of refreshments was supplied by the ladies, which was ap preciated by all who partook of same. The scores of the match were as fo! low : Bliss Gregory and Miss Rogers (F) beat Miss Ferber and Miss Grover (51), 6-2, 6-4 ; and also beat Mrs Adams and Mrs Barrett (M), 6-1, 6 5. Miss Dial and Miss R]eynolds (F) were beaten by Miss Ferber and Miss Grover (M), 4-6, 5-6, and heat Mrs Adams and Mrs Barrett, 4-6, 6 2. Frankston won by...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
· .LOCAL AND .. CENERAL Dromana news, etc., received too late for thi issue.. A nmeeting is called in this issue for Monday evening next, at Frankaton, to endeavor to have some improvements effected whea the summer time table is being arranged. In our last issue, in referring to the recognition of bravery at Frankston some time back, the same of J. G. Martin, as the writer of the letter, should have read 'J. G.Morton.' On Saturday evening a fine young oak tree, of some four years' growth, in Albert street, Mornington, was deliberately punled to piecs. This is an unmistakeable case of vandalism,and the police are mak ing searching enquiries into the matter, A grand Coronation entertainment will he held, as per advertisement, in the Tyabb Hall, on Friday evening, July 7th, when residents will have an op portunity of hearing and witnessing the same programme submitted at the sue cessful Hastings Coronation concert. The Flinders and Kangerong Shire has a woman centractor, Mrs Loura E. C...
In Memoriam. LATE MR RICHARD SHOTTEN. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
In Memoilam. - LATE MR RICHARD SHOTTEN. AN APPRECIATION. [ýB ONE WHO KNEW HIS WORTH.] On Wednesday, June 14th, there prsced away at his residence, "Rams lade," Mornington, Mr Richard Shotten, in the 95th year of his age. An old man, beloved and respected throughout the whole community, and with his passing one feels that a presence has been taken from our midst that can never be replaced. From youth to old age the deceased was a man who stood Frm and stead. fast in weal or woe, and carried the white flower of a blameless life from the cradle to the grave. A keen busi ness man himself, he was for many years the manager of the well-know:i firm of auctioneers trading as Craig and Marling, receiving an income of £1000 a year, and as the flev. Sandi ford said of him when speaking at the memorial service, " no firm pays that sum to any man unless he is worthy of it." The deceased geptleman was a man of so many fine characteristics, that it is difficult to know which to mention first He ab...
Fancy Fair at Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Faincy Fair at Somerville 'the Somerville Park has a very strong supporter in Mrs Geo. Griffeth, of "Two Bays." In fact, the provid ing of funds for the beautification and improvements in the park amounts to a hobby with this liberal lady. On: Thursday last Mrs Griffeth organised, and carried to ultimate success, a scheme for raising money, viz., the disposal of a large quantity of useful articles. Mrs Griffeth rallied her friends to her aid, and they added their quota both in goods and in per sonal service. We forbear to mention names, other than that of the organ. iser, in case some may be unintent ionally omitt2d. The "fair" took place in the Mechanics' Hall. After the goods had been disposed of supper was served all round for the modest contribution of Gd. Then the light fantastic engaged the 'beauty" and "chivilary" of the township. As a result of the evening's business and entertainment, Mrs Griffeth will have the sum of £12 odd to hand over to the treasurers of the park fund....
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
NOTES. Thesecretary of the Balnarring Football Club acknowledges the following donations to the club:- Mr Humphries, £1; Dr Sparks, 10s 6d; Messrs Clark. and Berryman, 10s each. Master G. Harrison, secretary of the Mornington Ramblers club, acknow ledges the sum of 5s from Mr J. W, Doherty.
Mornington Progress Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Mornington Progress As sociation. --t. MONTHLY MEETING. The above association held its monthly meeting on Wednesday, 1ist inst. There was a good attendance of members, and the vice president, Mr Nunn, presided. Mr Alston reported having had the gum trees in Queen street lopped, the condemned gums in Albert street re moved, and the oak trees pruned and tied up. He also reported the borer was damaging the street trees, and it was decided to consult Mr Harris on the matter and take the necessary steps to check the evil. The new railway station about to be built at Mornington was then die cussed, and the secretary was in structed to try and obtain a copy of the plans. On the motion of Mr J. Jenkins, it was decided to write to the Deputy Postmaster-General, and ascertain if the waiting room at the local post office comld not be opened between 7.80 and 8 p.m., so that the public might shelter from the rain whilst waiting for the mail ; also to trg;e the Depart ment to have signboard fixed...
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCLATION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
FOOTBALL PENINSULA ASS' iCLTION FRANKISION V. MOTININGTON A CLOSE GAME. MORNINGTON WIN BY ONE POINT. A very exciting game resulted on the Frankston oval between the above-named teams on Saturday last. During the week it had rained ccnsideiably, which made the ground in a very sloppy condiuion, and anything but pleasant for the players to handle the ball. The teams were evenly matched, and after a good fight, the rviitors gained the victory by a single point, thus making it Frankston's first defeat so far this season. On the bounce, the home team were the first to get going, and after some good work by Gregory anod.-ox. the ball was sent within reach of Frankston's goal, but Moinington relieved, and returned the oval. Shortly after Baxter got a mark, and smartly passed to Reynolds, who sent it on to Sherlock, the latter scoring first goal of the day. At the bounce, Mornington took possession, and after some neat play, W. Golds got the initial goal for the visitors. Gregory, from a lo...
State Schools' Picnic. A SPLENDID SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
State Schools' Picnic. A SPLENDID SUCCESS. Coronation-Day was celebrated by . cmbined picnic of-the Langwarrin and Mornington _ýJunction State scho'ols.?" The'hse df:''tfhie°sehd"'·aid ....... grounds of the camp reserve was granted by the Defence Department.. Tempted by a, fine day, there was a large muster ofthescholars and their parents and friends. " - Patriotic speeches were delivered by Cr Oates and Mr Harley, after which the children were-presented with lollies and medals. 'A long programme of sports was then gone through in very quick time, everything, being arranged so as to sustain the interest of all. The prizes were a splendid lot, and every child received one. Tea was provided by the ladies, agd was nicely laid out on tables in the shed, and the children were marched into their respective places. Several votes of thanks were proposed, the teachers receiving a well-deserved share of praise for the manner in which they had worked in the interest of the children. The day w...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures. (,Fran ston. (Mondays, 10.15) July .:10, August 14, September 18, ..October 23, November 27. Dromana (Tuesdays, .1 p.m.) June 27, July-, August 1, Septem. hbre 5, October 10, November 14. Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -Jdune 29, July--, August 3, Sep t'mbei 7; October 12, November 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m;:) -June 28, July-, August 2, Sop tember 6, October 1, November 15
MORNINGTON RAMBLERS v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
M1ORNLNGTON RAMBLERS v. TYABB. The above teams met at Mornington on Saturday, the result, after an excit ing game, being a win for the visitors by 9 points. The strong wind which was blowing during the afternoon greatly interfered with the play. In the first quarter Tyabb kicked with the wind, and scored 3 goals i behind to Mornington's 1 behind. Patterson, following, played well for Mornington, and Longmuir did great work for Tyabb. In the second quarter Morn ington went away with a dash, and had several shots, but only minor points resulted. Tyabb were forcing the play, but Mornincton came again, and E. Byrne, by a clever bit of play, scored their first goal. Helped by the wind in the third quarter, Tyabb in creased their lead, which could not be made up by Mornington, and the final result was Tyabb, 7.4. :Mornington, 4-14. The goal-kickers were -'?'yabb: Longmnuir (4), Mills (3). Mornington : A. Coxhell (2), L. Garlick and E. Bryne. The a, ova teams will play a return m:'tch at T...
BALNARRING v. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
IALNARRING v. HASTINGS. This match took place at Hastings on Saturday, and after rather an un even game, victory rested with Hast ings. Balnarring were poorly repre sented, only having .18 men. A re port of the match has not come to hand, and therefore we cannot pub'ish details. The scores were: Hw.ings..8 goals 18 behinds; lalnarring, 1 goal 7 behinds.
THE CHURCHES. ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
.THE CHURCHES. ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. The following extracts are -taken from last issue of the' Church of England parish paper :-. SOMERVILLE. The Thursday night services stil' keep up well. The timber for [the shelter *shed comes along, very slowly. There once were dim hopes that the shed would be up'before the winter was over. T1his has been a very wet month, and colds are bad, but fortunately measles are still scarce. The quarterly box opening for missions resulted in the amount of £1 4s.. THE DOWNS. The meeting held on Monday, 5th June, was a great success. The vicar acted as chairman, and, by request, unfolded his scheme for building a combined Church and Hall. On the motion of Messrs Stewart and Welshy, it was u:naii mously decided to carry out, the scheme at a cost not to exceed £150. A block of land has, been given free of cost by Mrs Welsby. The following ladies and gentle men were appointed a committee to collect funds :-Mr and Mrs Welnby, Mrs D. Stewart, Mrs P. Stewart an...
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRIC [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
HOW TO HELP YOIus DISTitIC JTalk abonutit Write about it Buy all you can in it Remember tlhat.by assitingtradespoople you help the place along''' Purchase and assiac.your LocAL PArPE for by so doingyou fursther the best into rests of the Peinsusla STreat stransers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impreossions Elct good relinable men to all public positioss, not hbecause they strain them. selves for popularity, but on account of their stamina. and trustwrorthineoss Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and Luy all you can at home. The men who have invested in. stores, workshops and other business places are buiding up the district, and they should be supported and encouraged-especitally the PI'NTER
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
Telephone Directory. 'FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, M. 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'lMarathon.' 4-Campbell, Major, Amefleld Park 5-Hay, Misses, Drapcrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7-Ritchie and Co. T' 8-Grjmwade, VW, Myrtoon 9 10-Robertson, II, Selencia 11-Maxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin, F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor 14-(3arrood, C 15-Booth, GW 16-Plowman, Bra 17-Schultz, W 18--Gregory. H 19--Mackin nd Williams, butchers 20-Cozall, A, butcher
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 July 1911
DEATH THRIOUGH DISEASED TEETH. A DENTIST'S ADVICE. 3iany allow sharp-edged rt:mps and broºeu-down teeth to rem tin in the mouth. They fear to visit the mode n dr.titt, con sequently then, d?rrd.?s teeth cut the tongue, eanrng a tore which forms an nlke, which freqlr?ntIy der.l.ps into a maSguant cancer of the towne. nrewark able at is so, yet it cont;nu-o to show it elf unknowingly in the month. After. ward Jon cuan t aphysician, and to pro long sur Ife he removes the tongue. Then izconaenience, with slow starvation, and r-,metimes death occurs. This torture and uffering is the outcome" of neglcet. That rhould not occur if you cons.lt the "noes dentr:t in time. Hundreds are affering agonising toothache, with sleep. less nights, and improperly 'chew' their fcod, c uaing indigestopr. Why suffer when I guarantee to remore the most diff cult and burned stump-, and broken-down teeth without the terrible wrench, and teeth coushed and leftin by other denti-ts, absolutely oainless? BEAUTIIF...