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Orchard Notes. DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

Orchard Notes. (By E. eseott, 'Journal of Agriculture') DRAINAGE. The coatinuous rains of" the early winter have, in many cases, shown the necessity for draining orchards. Where under-soil drains do not exist, the tree, are bound to suffer ; if the dam age is not ithmediately 'apparent, it will be later found that in some way loss will accrue. Zither the tree will he weakened by loss of roots through rotting ; or it will be devitalized so that it will not carry a satisfactory crop of fruit Too often so fae drain age is relied on to remeve theso-called surplua. water. .Theore.should be- ,no surplus water for surface drains: The water is only surplus or in excess when it is in the soil, and not before it enters the soil Two eircurastances, and two only, permit of surface drain age; first, when it is neecasary to carry away excesive storm-water; and, second, when it is practically impos sibe to find an outlet for the under drains, owing to the low-lying situation of the area. The term ...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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BALNARRING v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

BALNARRING v. MIORNINGTON. A most strenuous game, Ifornin~ton having a bit the-- bst of it right through and winning by-six points. The ground was very wet on the lower side, and if Fitzroy strike it on August 121h on similar conditions as Saturday, well Mr Geoff. Moriarty won't take back more than ten 'Tiny' Bickleys and ix Amendolas to Fitz roy wit hitm. N.B.-Dame Rumor says the trip is being made for the purpose of picking up suitable players to help the Maroons get into the semi finals. Morrington had a good even team is, only J. Garlick and Gibson .being ahsent. Balnarring missed Lawrence (their goal sneak,swho is again playing well), Pesnty and Dryden. The ground being soft, falls were the order of the day, and a player on each side who a'ways give more than they receive in boumps, each this time, however, received two for every one they gave. 'Son' Wilson, roving, was just about the winner'shest man, and made one fine run right from the hack line to half forward. C. Clydesdal...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

DROMANA. Last Tuesday was romt Day, Mr Cohen, P.M., being the presiding magistrate. After a Revision Court had been held, three esses of wander ing castle were dealt with. In none of the cases was an owner forthcoming, so flees of 5s and- 20s damages were recorded in each case. Failing pay ment of the fines and damages, the eattle will be sold.. In common with the other schools in the Peninsula, the local school cele brated Arbor Day on July 7ti. A programme of songs, recitations, etc., was rendered by the children, and Dr Weld delivered an address on "Can Plants Reason" A goodly number of trees was planted and then all enjoyed the good things provided by the ladies of the district. The school committee rendered very great assis tance during the day. The anneal meeting of the golf club was hel:l recently, when Dr Weld was elected president and Mr IR. W1yatt .ecretary and treasurer. On the foilowing Saturday afternoon the nleimbers turned up to forml a new link at No 4. Afternoon tea...

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OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily 'identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) RAGGED BOYS' CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily 'identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents.) RAGGED BOYS' CONCERT. TO TIBE EDITOL Sir,-As treasurer for the above on Saturday night, I have made every effort to prepare a finansial statement before leaving for Tas mania on business, on Tuesday, and as the time has been so short the credit balance shown in the statement below may be slightly increased, a few tickets being still outstanding,though they are placed in Melbourne, and probably will not be sold. The donations re ceived were a small wire gate from Mr H. V. McKay, sold for l's, and a turkey from Mr C. McKenzie, which was disposed of for £1. Messrs Grice and Masterton each parchaped tickets to the value of £1. The following are the receipts and expenditure: Receipts :-Sale of tickets* and takings at door, £14 6s; proceeds from turkey £1; sale of wire gate 10 ; donations of 1 sl each from Messrs Pat Coleman and Jack Peppard, £2 2s ; total £17 18s. Expenditure :-Hir...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

LOCAL AND CENERAL Wr D. 'Edolstei, optician, will pay his su3nal itlt to Moru!ngto oil Slnday 0x5t, and may be consulted at rait's Pharmacy. The death of Mrs Catherine Dowling (we regret to record) took place at Shore ham oa Monday, 17th inst. Fuller de tails will be published next issiue. Important sales, viz.-Thomas', 'Fair leigh House.' Frankston, and 329 acres of valuable land at Mt. Eliza, are advertised in this issue.-See advts. An impertant I function is advertised in this issue, in the shape of a mask ball, in aid of the Flinders Tennis Club. A goad night's amusement is assured.. Mr "Architect" Jones is getting his seat little building into something like order at Somerville. The councillors need not be ashamed to meet in a build ing~of such ornate design. At the recent Primary University ex amination, Miss Elma Stark, the only pupil presented by the College of Our Lady of.the Sea, Morington, was success ful, having passed it. English, arithmetic, composition,.writing, Frenc...

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Moorooduc Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

M1Yoorooduc Cemetery. --e The thanks of the Cemetery Trust and the general public are due to Mir Andrew McLsllan and all who assis ted at tha working b-es for she it. provLmoent of the cemetery. Everyone recognisem the great value of the work done, and are highly gratifi-d- to know that the town posess-s men of such magnanimous spirit, and feel sure that the work which has been se will ing and well done will always. remain an evidence of the very liberal hearted. aese of those who so unselflskly carrird it out. The amount of voluntary work done amoanted to £22, ndl- money- coiectod- ouyaltr anrrw McLellan totalled about £15. With portion of this money two conven iences have been erected, and the building that was erectd last ytar has been lored througlout, leaving a balance of about £4, which - will be spent to the best advantage in ceme tery work. Great praise is also due to Mr A. Clarke, carpenter, for the amount of work he has done oluen tarily this and also last year. There is o...

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State School Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

State School Competitions -4- The judges in the recent wildflower competition among the scholars of the Mornington State school have diily an nounced their ?.cision. The firsm prize of 10S goes to Mifs A4.s Stone, the second (5s) to Master H. Clarke, while two other priz s of 2s 61 each were won by Masters Les. lie Stone and H. Byles. These prizes, it will be remembered, were donated by Rev S. S nsdiford and Mr Josep:l Harris, and these gentlemnen also kindly undertook the duties of adjudi cators. -Mr.Hlarris is now engaged int classifying the flowers in the prize col lections, andl is appending their scien tific nenm.s, after which they will be come the properly of thi, chool. The prizes donated by Messrs J. Jenkin?, F. Parsons and .F. *Harrsp for the best essays on Coronation Day wsr.e atarned a fullows : M6?riingti6n State school (14 com petitors)-Mliss Jessie .Aitnnear. Green Island school (5 competitors)-Mlaster E. Wild. Mooroduoc school (3 com petitor,)--li-ss Alice Jones.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

T~t ,y' ,f `1 4Y' ' a. tý"' -,tJý i~ ý . /A . .ý, i1 lcý ' ý '" Iý:_ /iý " ýý ..~ai,'^13. 5.rsraý.'ý2°'nJ r`ý - . ýº r ý C .d ;lI VG y .. r! ·· ii : ~NMIS M~ACKIE & WILLAIAS FAMiLY BUTCHERS,. Young Street. Frankston Hf AVItINUu h tn .o 0r W. Ivet' tlntc·Eclul i Iuasin e, reslectfully celicit i cuatnnu.u o i Ile pstrwe'ge 0= ceded to.thie:r p:ed.crecr, PRI&TB&IICF IOHi' iUIETON ETC. FI'sh Daily. `FAhiuz1WAITID ON DAILT YOY OIDORDXL "Amesfield Park," Mornington SNY STOCK found TREýPASSING on bovre Property after this date will be IMPOUNDED without further note. C. W. CAMPBELL. G. H. BLUNDEN, Maker, Psstrycook, Confectioner, WISHES to announce to the public .V th?t.he. s\ill-re open business in BAY STREET, FRANK-TON (Frank. iston House Buildings), on Saturday, oth August. All Goods of the Best Quality. Self Raising Flour a Speciality Orders taken for Catering for Balls, Parties, Picnics, etc., Wedding and Christen ng Cakes a Speciality G. IL BLUNDIEN hopes to re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

Isa cal Noeess. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. TENDERS. TENDERS wil i.e received up till rLon on 1V. l.rsdiay, August 9th, 1911, rnturna1?'e a, Smerville, for thz un.derrmnc.o.ned w~.rks Regrading O.ivrrs III. Plans d Saec:fica iuis may be seen at 325 C.dli.s S:reen, and Mr T. Ititchies Store, Franskstoo. 13 Chains Gravlflijq, Camp rcad, n.agwarrin. Steifications ny be seen at Shan rcen's store, Franukstn. JOHN E. JONES, Shire Secretary. Au.e't Sales. Wednesday, 16th August, Atthe Rooms, I Quorn Street. Melbourne, at half past Two. Mount Eliza, Moorooduc, MORNINGTON. 329 Acres 329. GOOD GR ZING OR AGRICULTURAL LAND. PART OF CROWRN PORTION 19. About half-a-mile from the Moorooduc Railway Station. The Property is at present let for grazing purposes. On the sate of the property nearest the bay there is a good macadamized road, and the pro ertry itself commands magnificent pano ramic view of the bay. N.B.-Some years ago the Shire Council wanted to construct a road through the property...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

W. T. sACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Ferrc?y. I:eland, now o "Clydebank," MORNINCTON, A NNOUNCES that he i, prepared to execnue all Lind, cf WATCHI CLOCK and JEWELLtRY kEPAIIR At, rear, srocer, lornitgton; Mr Ruddack, Lro. mana; 3lee=rs Nunn and Cons, romer ride; orat tlSydJank," Drrmina hold. Pnirte re-iden es visited by appointment. ?rriere, MeHsrs Cairns and Willisms, as Celydebank" daily, and will deliver ,r?ter entrusted to them. Istimates given tfo repairs, if desired. eefoe proceeding with them. 260 J. lIILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels sod Lugpr re received and promptly delivered. Hoses and Vehicles for hire. ,Prices rxaesable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Plam?es Waited .,n for Orders......... Prime Meat Oily Kept................. SmaCl Gools of Every Drecription Fresh Daily. aides and Skins Bought............... F. G. AMBE IN Phrmaceutical & Dispensi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

Death.   CORLETT-On the 28th July. at "Oak land," Langwarrin, Jane, the beloved wife of John James Corlett, in her 72 year. Funeral Notice. THE friends of MRS JANE CORLETT   are respectfully invited to follow her   remains to the place of interment, Frank- ston, on Sunday, 30th. The funeral will leave her late residence, Langwarrin, at 2.30   IS tanbavb. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 'NVothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" - Telephone No. 6, Frankston. SATURDAY, JULY 29.

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Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

Peninsula Court FIxtures. Frankston (MIondays, 10.15) July 10, August 14, September 18, October 23, November 27. Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) July-, August 1, September 5, 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.

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LIST OF GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Schedules of the Game Act 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

LISTOP GAME AND NATIVE GAME PROTECTED IN VICTORIA. Under the Second and Third Fchedules of the Game Act 1590. Tia WEOLaE Tia.--All Australian Fauna (with tie e.c,,tion 4f Snakts) in lh, awtoaiul Ptuts and Publte Gardens, ..awr l z e or i"ts. BDbbloers, te.ra (see vtt re isrr). 1'e--e .terp, Wback Cocka tIao, iack Swant, iacIrk.tai ed or Rock Febbler 'Parrvte, un n_-winged. and other wild p·r., u- ho-tard or Wild Turkey. Calif.rL.ian Qual!, Caterpdlar.catclern, Coaatas s k1. hblth?nu-ns). Coach.whip Bird., Cockatoo?. black, C naeis-all birds L?u n as C':a1.cs, oh sos iHeiOs, Eg~ts, ke. (except the ?ative.Companion or Aus tralian t:an-), Cockos, Cuckoo shrikes, Cur'ews (see Southern Otore Plover, &A.), Derr. I ore-. J.ta Tu:t'. Dortc, Wila, E;rgts (-re Cranes, A.), Emu-, Ephthiar. mas ,r Chats, Fan-t<1ls, Fly-catctere, Fr.cin.uth or l'odargus and Mlopoker, G:a.calus Family, ol m,-mbet.s of hernms t(ee Cr-. es), ibs, Java Tuinle Doves Kaiwrgsv., Black-fs:d or Ma'ley ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

COMMON AMONG MINEES. '-Like many other miners I contracted a revore cold through cowuing out of the hot mire into the cool air," Fays Mr V. Crouch, of 'abina-st., Broken Hill, N.S.W., "and at night I would get an awful tickhlng in tho throat and chest. but Chamherlain', Ceagh Remedy was the means of giving immediate relihef from t and quicklhured my cold. No other medicine was able to do this, and I had many bottles from the dc.c'or." Sold by all storekeepers. Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6 per quarter. 1 SAMUEL MERRIMAN Engineer, Brassfounder, and Spray Pump Maker, :611A LITTLE LONSDALE -STREET WEST Fruitgrowers who use MERRIMAN'S SPRAY PUMPS always recommend others. Fittings made of Brass and Gunmetal. Importer of Special Brass Tubes. Power Spray Pump There is 20 Years Experience at the back of this Pump, ----SAMUEL MERRIMAN,. BRASSFOUNDER, ENGINEER, &c., 'ITTLE LONRDAJE STRTEET (near Spencer-street) ~LBOURIN...

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Peninsula Football Association. DELEGATES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

Pesinsula Football Asso ciation. DELEGATES' MEETING. A meeti-?: of delegates of the abore as-ocitio?n wAs held at Somerville on Tn -dy tniigt last There were present: -311srs lorlns and Wilson (Hast ins). McArt'asrand Hutchins (Morn ingion), Mc.3mb and 0. Pettit (Franksto-i), Vaniuylen and Myers (BdIarring). Monk and Griffith (Smnerril!). and the seeretary (Mr Menck). A lc:ter rws received from Umpire Dsintr, staing that as he had been app3int-d lon of the Victorian Junior A-_citlio-i's umpires, he could no longer act f r the Peninsula lssocia tion. Frank-t a, dlle.ates complained of the wy the umpires were treating the A'soci'tiou, a- on several occasions they hIa not fulfil ed their ongage a-nt*. At the S.mnervill--Frsnkston match ow Saturday, the appointed umpire (Diinty) had put in no appear ar.c', w!lch was both annoying and uanstifact Iry. aintained that the tasee tor to maoy paid them-lI. It Iwas cidcid `t to write to the Vic t.ritn Juior As-ociation, with a vs-a ti' th!!s ap...

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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 July 1911

T YABB of the local public halls,,.:. n:: Wednesday evening, with an at tendance of eighteen. The secre tary's report was submitted, which contained a summary of the doings. of the committee for the past yearr and the improvements which had been made to the building. The balance sheet showed that the in come for the year was £-100 15s 8d, expenditure £89 17s 1 d ; leaving a balance in hand of £1U 17s 9d. Messrs R. W. Slocombe and Mair were re-elected- as secretary and treasurer respectively, their salaries to remain as previously, £2 2s and 10s Gd. Mr Slocombe was re-elected caretaker at a salary of £10, an increase of £2 over last year. Three committeemen, Meesra F. Mills, J. McKirdy and J. Walker retired by efiluxion of time, but only the former offered himself for re-elec tion. Four others were nominated, viz --Messrs Ldngmuir, J. White, MacLaurin and Alden, and on the ballot being taken, Messrs Mills, Longmuir and, White were elected for three years. It was decided to write to M...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911

DROMANA. 1-Budduck, E 2-Clamenger, HII 3-South Channel Lighthouse 4-Edwards, G 8

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911

MIORNINOTON. 1--Harrieon, t, - 2-Eorner, V" A, auctioneer 3-O'Gorman.,;lrs

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Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of first-named club. THIRD ROUND. August 5 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911

Football Fixtures. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Matches to be played on ground of first-named club. THIRD ROUND.' August 5 Frankston v. Morningto t Bomerville v. Hastilgs Balnarring a bye. August 12. Hastings v, Frankston sahiarring v. Somerville Mornington a bye

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Fruit Stored on Deck. EXPERIMENT FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911

Fruit Stored on Deck. EXPERIMENT FAILS. In April; last some enterprising growers of S6ineiville'and.Tyabbminide an experiment of placing fruit ex ported to England on deck, instead of in the couling chamber. It was sent in the a. s. Suevic, but the consignments did not prove satisfactory. Accompanying advices received from the Agent-General recently by the fruit inspection branch of the Agricultural department was a report by Inspector Dawes respecting the shipment. He stated that the parcel consisted of 189 boxes of apples, and one box of pears. These.were stored on deck, in horse boxes, and were open at both ends, in order to allow of a constant current of air, but no temperature was taken. He opened 50 boxes, and discovered 15 of them rotten.: Iive other'ooxes were bad throughout, and the box of pears was almost completely bad. Most of the other boxes, although sound, were dried and withered, and the flavour had deteriorated' considerably. He would not advise a repetition of the ...

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