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Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, 4TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, 4TH JULY. Alex. Scott and Co. report :-Dairy cattle-A heavy supply of both milkers and springers, and with the exception of extra good cows, which sold well, the market was slightly easier, and late rates were barely maintained. The following were the principal lots -Milkers: 1 at £11 Is 6d, I at £9 10s, 4 at £8 17 Gd, 1 at £8 15s, 2 to £8 10s. 4 o- £8 10s, 1 at £8.7s Gd, 7 to£8 7s6d, I at £8 5s, I at £8, 1 at £7 15s. Springers : 1 at £8 5, 4 to £7 10s, 2at£8, 1 at £6 15, 1 at £6 Is. Pigs.-A heavy supply, which met with a dragging sale, and prices all round lower. Baconers: eIlavy 46s, medium 40s, light 0Gs; porkers heavy 32s, medium 28s, light 238s; suckers-extra 14s, good 9s, others 5s to 7s. Calves-.A heavy supplywhich sold readily at about late rates Heavy vealers 406, medium 40s. o:hers 85s, good hghtweighbts 26s, medium 20s, otheres 6s to 12s.
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTRIC [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
HOW TO HELP YOUR DISTEIC Talk about it Write about it Boy all you can in it Remember that byassistingtradespeople you help the place along Purchase and assim your Local PiPEt for by so doing you further the best inte rests of the Peninsula Treat stranrers with the utmost courtesy and.hoepitality, o0 that they may take away good impressions - Fleet good reliable men to all public pos?tions, not because they strain them selves for popularity, bit on account of their stamins 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 store., workshop and other busiress places are binding up the district, and they should be?uppora? d and encouragod-especially the lumarr
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
NOTES. There has been considerable "chafi" indulged in since the break down of the motor car and the consequent "break up" of the Frankston team against B.lnarring last-Saturday, with the result that a match has been ar ranged for Saturday next between the team that played Balnarring and the "motor-men" ard players who did not undertake the trip to Balnarring. A good deal of interest is being taken in the game, the proceeds of which will g,, towards the fund being raised for a Franklton player who was injured in the Mornington-Frankston ma ch. The following team will represent Frankcton in their match against Somervill, on the former's ground this afternoon :- Ashmore, Baxter, Box (2), Bates, Dennis, Ellis, Gregory, Harley, Hague, Mackie, O'Neill, Pettit, Reynolds, Rudduck, Sherlock, Shan nen, Williams, Hay, Garrood and Ilanton. The Frankston club secretary ac knowledges donations of 5s each from 1Messrs D. Kennledy and W. Ingwer sen. The Frankston club is arranging a minstrel conce...
SOMERVILLE STARS V. HASTINGS SECONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
SOMERVILLE STARS v. HASTINGS SECONDS. The above teams met at Somerville on Saturday, and after an exci;ing game, the result was a win fur the home team by 26 points. It was an ideal day for fotball,' and the ground being in good order, the game was very fast. Up to half-time the play was very. even, the scores being Somerville, 2-7 ; Hastings, 2.6 On resuming play, Somerville went off with a rush, ar.d got a good lead on the visitors. which they failed to pull up. ' The final scores were Somerville, 5.5. Hastings, 2-7. The best players for Hastings were Jack Bros.. R. Bryant, Lewis, A. Reid and Robinson. For Somerville Weetaway Bros. played a good game all through, as did Tom Thornell in the centre a!d roving, L. Gregory, half back, and S. Mehlrum on the for ward line, and J. Kimberley in the ruck ; P. Twyford, M. Clarke and A. Firth also played well. Ted Fraser (captain) worked hard and kept his men in their places. Mr C. Thornell umpired to every body's satisfaction. After the mat...
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Help your Newspaper. The greate?t aid you can give your newspaper is your J'O! PTlNTING. If you dont feel ahle to ra. an advertisement, surely yqu can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodlers, billheads, en elopes, and all business printing to execute;:' The n~wspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting ip the thousand and one free notices he rives you and your town, but don't give it to the printer or job printing ofice that csn fire you no such return, and is spealing neither time, money, nor brains in helpin, you to. budid up your town." Th, time may come when a newsr 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. portderivedl from job printing. Therefore, if you want a go d newspaper, one that ah still further held advance your town, give it your Jow ParrraNe.
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
HASTINGS, A public meeting was held in the Hall for the purpose of electing a committee of management for the hall and reading room. Cr Wood house, J.P., presided, and the follow ing gentlemen were elected:-Crs Perrott, J.P., and J. D. Hodgins, Rev. C. B. A. Eva, and fMears D. Grieves, A. Whitehead, Cobbett and. A. T. Denham. Rev. Eva was elected presi dent of the committee, and Mr A. T. Denham hon secretary. IA Somerville 'Good Templar' was oui-oa GaturdaffIn6ai'demofflishfo .ihiiidi5 old log fence in order to 'keep the pot boilin'.' As the fence yielded to his attack with the axe he discovered a cup and then a bottle of wine which had evidently lain there for many a day. The fiuderof this 'plant'is curi ous to know if one of his neighbours, who also bears a reputation for sobriety, knew of this plant. We think not. Locally there have been societies run on so-called sociable lines-such as the 'Pear Tree Club' and others with less euphonious designations-which may be able to recall ...
AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
AT :FRANKSTON. Mr Mark Brody reports as follows for the oionth'of June i Slet .. -.. ... 16 points 5th ... ... 7 1th . .. 10 8th . . 9th... 76 10th ... 3 11th ;.1. 12th 11 15th ... ... ... 5 , 17th . ... .. . 18 19th ... . ... 20 2tst . .. ' 8. . 2 22cd - .. .;. ... 20 25th. . . .. S80th. F 19 9 ,, 7Y Total for the ear, 4.7' Jne 1910-2.58. 1909-8.99, , "1909 07.
The Rainfall. FOR JUNE. AT MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
FOR JUNE. AT MOOROODUC. M Alfred E. Bates, "Pine Hill," r por s the followint rainfall at Mooroodne Ior the month of June- 4th ... ..S. . 0 points 7th .. 31 ,, 8th ... . ... 26 .9th 15... .. ... 1.5 5 10th .. .. .. 54 ,, 11th c15 12th .. ... 15th ... ..; .. 05 ,, 18th ... .:. ..20 260th ... ... 04 , 22Toal nd .. 0. 5.4i 24th .06 25thpril ... .. ..• .01 , 31st... . ... .07 Total . : 8. 5.64,in January .. . Sl oints. February ... '2291 April. May ... ... 4.42 June 5.64'~
Mornington Coronation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
:mornington coronation S Committee. - The Mornington coronation cele brat'on committee held a wind-up meeting in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday night last. There was a good attendance, the president (Mr R. Annear) occupying the chair. The prizes won by Messrs J. Jen kins, F. Parsons and F. Harrap at the fancy dress football match have been kindly donated to .the Mornington, Mooroodne and Green Island State sohbols for an essay competition on the events of Coronation Day. The essay will be cor-fined to the two high est clhasss in each school, and is not to exceod 200 worls. Messrs R. Ford, J; E'. Jones and R. Annear were ap- - pointed judges. The balance sheet, which showed a credit balance, of £9 lls Id, was adopted on the motion of Messrs Ferber and Cohen. The total receipts amounted to £29 3s 2d, and the expenditure to £19 12s Id. After some lengthy discussion as to how the balance should be used, Mr J. Annoar moved, and Mr Fowler sec onded, thai £2 be given tora.rds .the shel...
RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
BECORDED, AT TTYABD Mr AS &Krerouse, "Bullarte," Tyabb re ports for month of June':= 5th 2 .: .. 0 ponts 7 th:.. .. 29 81th ... 6th 85 , - 10th' 60 ; - 12th . .: . : 1: , -. 21st' ... . 24th`.. 25th:... .: 17 30th .7., Total 4.15 inches Tot. I raUnfll from lst January to 30.h June-16.83 points.
Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
STelephone Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brndy, M 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' 4-Campbell, Maj.,r, Ame.field Park 5--Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' 7--itchie and Co, 'T 8-Grnmwade, H W, Myrtoon 9--L 10--obertson, II, Selencia 11-laxwell, Dr 12-Chamberlin. F C. Chemist 13--Aillard, J, Cab Fropnotor 1--Garrood, C 15-Bcoth, G W 16-Plowman, Mrs 17-Schullz, W 38-Gregory. A H1 19-Mackia aid Williams butchers. 20-- oiall, A, butcher
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Amusements, ..eep this in Tina. -- The Dance of the Season. Annual ILU.I.O.O.F. -BAiLL FRCNKSTON JULY 12th. Watch for particul irs. Ems::: Lrs J. Beal and Family. Concert and Dance, ..-HASTINGS HALL,..... FRIDAY, JULY 14Tn, 1911. Admission-Concert, 1/6and 1i-, Children half price. Dance, Double 2jG; Gent's single .- ; Ladie' single 1/-. Including Refreshments, A. T. DENIIAM, Hon. Sec. Notice. Ar?ESTELD PAIK, ?IOlNIOOTON. 1TEITIHER TRAPPING nor BAB .L BITING in any form is allowed on above Estatewithout permission Persons so offending will be treated as Tre?'-.sers CHARLES W. CAMPBELL. DROMAlNA STORE. A. I. CHlRIlTIl, PROPRIETOR Grocers, Drapers. Iron mongers and Produce Merchants. MILLINERY A SPECIALITY. A Large Quantity of Winter Hats to choose from. Ladies' Fitting Coat Children's Sweaters, and Natural Wool Underwear. -, ....;. a -_A.ºMOI a l TO-DAY. (If not already a Customer.) And we will _..SE'D BY RETURN........ Free of Cost .-..Testing Samples of our Delicious...... Teas, Cof...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Fermnoy, Ireland, now of "Clydebank." MORNINCTON, A NNOUNCES that he is prepared to 1 exente all tids of- jTC1I, CLOCK and PEWELERRY REPAIRS. Orders can be left with Mr K. Annear, Grocer, Mornisc-o ; Mr Rudduck, Duro mans; Mesos Nonn sod soo:, ?emer ,ille; oratl'Clydehank, Dromana oad. Private residences visited by appointment. Carriers.Messrs Cairns cnd Williams, peas Clydebank daily, and will deliver asders entrusted to them. -stimates given for repairs, if desired. before proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Luogre e received andp promptly delivered. Io.ses and Vehicale for hire. Prices rawostible Letters and Telegramo promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, pamlies Waited .,n for Orders......... Prime Me3 t O ily Kept ............. Sain: Goole of Every Der.!iipton Fresh D i:v. fles and Skin- B niht............... Fe G 'oAgBBEqfN,...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
-LOCAL. AND GENERAL Rainfall at iornmogton for the month of June was 447 points. The contractor who is erecting the pavilion in the Somerville park has just about finished his work. In our next issue, 1-unklings, the well known 'Bourke .Street Jewollers, etc., Sutr' .a***I..e?- ay?eyertsemeua?swell orth perusal. 'As per advertisement it will be seen that the Empire Quadrillo Assembly .will hold their next dance to-night (Saturday). Ladies' pound night. Mr Andrew McLellan acknowledges the following donations towards the Mborooduc Cemetery fund :--Mr Alex. Beattie 5s, Mr Jenkins 5s, Mrs Dualop 5s, Mr Bridges 5s, Mr Horrid 2s. Cr G. Griffeth, of Somerville, is out and about again after his recent illness, taking his- wonted interest in public matters, and working almost as hard as ever in the manageluent of his large nursery and orchard business. Several important auction sales are advertised this issue by Messrs Korner and McCombe, which firm sontinues to engetcleally push its way. Th...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 July 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures, ,Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23, November 27. I Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) July-, August 1, September 15, October 10, November 14. Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -July-, August. 3, September 7, October 12, November 16. Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -July-, August 2, September 6, October 1, November 15.