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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Personal. The Rev. S. Sandiford, the new Church of England minister at Morn ington, had an enthusiastic farewell prior to his departure from Port Mel bourne to the Peninsula town. The Church of England school room. was crowdedwivith an enthusiastic gathr' ing of representative citizens. The presentations to Mr Sandiford consisted of a purse of sovereigns from the people of the town; a framed group of photos of the officers and petty officers of the Boys' Naval Bri gade, of which the rev. gentleman was chaplain; a valuable buggy rug from the Girls' Bible Class; a case of pipes from the Senior Boys. The Ladies' Guild presented Miss Sandiford with an address and a handsome work bas ket. The choir presented Miss Millie Sandiford with a music folio. The of ficers and teachers of the Sunday School gave Miss Sandiford and Miss Millie Sandiford a Bible each. All the speakers spoke in most eulo gistic terms of the rev. gentleman and his family, and referred to the great and good work perform...
Football. FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Football. FRANKSTON v. MOBNINGTON. [BY ROVER]. i This match was played on the groned. of the latter last Saturday, and proved a very exciting one. The visitors arrived in good time, and were cconm panied by a number of supporters, in- i eluding quite a number of ladies. t Neither side was represented by its ( strongest team. Slater captained the home team, in I the absence of Menck, and Kennedy I was in his usual position for Frank- 1 ston. The day was a perfect one for football, and there was a very large attendance, there being probably more of the fair sex present than at any I previous match* for the Watson tro phies. The first noticeable incident on i the opening of play was a free kick to W. Male. He forwarded. B. Oakley returned, and Shannon securing, he footed to Gregory, who kicked it through in a twinkling. First goal for Frankston. Fast play followed, and Harrison to Slater enabled Mor rison to boot first behind forMorning ton,. The latter attacked strongly, and Crskell;,...
MELBOURNE TO STONY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
M . ?ELBOURNE.TO: STONY POINT. a.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. ... 8.10 5.30 Carrum 0.23 6.23 Frankston, Arr. ' '. 9.34 6.34 ., dep. ... 944 6.41 Langwarrin ... MTornington Junction, arr. 9.59 '6.59 , ,, dep. 10.4 7.10 Somerville ... 10.15 7.18 TJ'yabb ... 1024 7.24 Hastings .:. 1037 ''7.33` Bittern ... 10.51 7.4 Crib Point . * " " Stony Point, arr. : ... 11.0 7.50 STO'Y POINT TO 3MELBOD RNE. Tues. Thur. a.m. a.m. p.m. Stony Point, dep. ... 7.15 11.30 .S.45 Crib Point ... Bittern. ... 7.24 11.45 * Iastings ... 7.32 12.0'* Tyabb ... 7.41 1? 18 Somerville ... 7.43 12,35 Morhiugton Jtn., arr. ... 7.15 12.15 5.0 .rrin ,, dep.... 8 . 1252 525 TLangwarrin . ,,* Frankston, arr. ... 82 1.12 5.34 dep. ... 8,27 1.17 6.8 Carrttm ... 8 3 1 28 6.1 Melbourne, arr. ... 9.45 2.37 7.3 * pcils u"; or s it4 dowr. passeilgers~ H required.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
best means of relieving pain andcuring sores, wounds or burns, always use Cham berlain's Pain Balm. They insist there is nothing like it.: For sali by all store. keepers. - For Children'u Hn ckingCough at night. Woodsaea Pr.eeziat t:re. i. l 4 If you should contract a cold get rid of it as quickly as possible, for every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitahty and paves the way for more serious diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a pre paration that can always be depended upon and not only cures the cold but counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. For sale by all storekeepers. The Austral seasons come and go In summer's heat and winter's snow; And spring unfolds her fresh green shout; And autumn brings kes gifts of fruits. Each change is fraught with human ills, With coughs and colds and sudden chills ; But life is safe, and health is sure By taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Tile ordinary cough medicine may soothe the throat, but it has no power to heal; recovery i not ...
Mornington Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Mornington Water Supply. The question of obtaining a perman ent water supply for the town of Morn ington is being proceeded with. Mr S. C. Jones, the recently-appointed engineer, has lost no trme in.getting to work: - He lately secured the' ser ;vices ,of- Mr Tudgee, of Tyabb, a "water diviner" of greatly iepute, who has performed good work in the Malice and other dry districts.. These gentlemen visited many likely places on Monday last, and good results were indicated. Water was located as follows :-(1) On road opposite the residence of Mr E. R. Ferber, near the Mornington Presbyterian Church. Indicated a strong supply. (2) On side of hill beyond the residence of Mrs Caldwell. (3) On Railway Reserve at back of Mornington Railway Station. Mr Jones is of opinion that if a good supply could be secured fromn No. 1 locality, the town could be reticulated. 'A windmill, pump, tank, etc., would have to be provided. - Mr Jones is awaiting the arrival of a competent man from the Mines Depart...
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
TYABB. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) -5 The annual public meeting,,; dofl the park was held last week, when it was decided to complete the fencing in of the property. Although three of the committee retired by efluxion of time, all positions and offices are now the same as before, no alteration what ever having been made. As will be seen in another column, the local hall will be officially re opened on Friday, August 14th. A first-class concert and dance will be held on the occasion, and it is hoped that all friends and .supporters will rally to the old spot again after some months of waiting.
Peninsula Train Service. WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Peninsula Train Service. WVINTER TIME TABLE. The following is the winter time table which came into operation on the 1st May: MELBOURNE TO FRANIKSTON. p.113. p.m. p.m. a,m. Sate. Sate; Sats. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. only ex. re dep. 8.10 12.20 1.12 1.18 4.35 530 020 11.85 CorFra . . '0.23 1.34 2.20 2.32 514 6.23 .7.20 12.41 Fra eton, art. 0. 4 ,1.45 2.37 2.43 5.55 0.34 7.40 1255 S FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. "J -Snat. Sats. a.m. n,ui. p.m. p.m. p11. p.m. p.m. p.m. Franeton, dep ' 7.12 8 27 1.17 -2.16 3,3 3.8 0.8 8.20 CarmNma 7.23 8.38 1.28 2;42 3 14 3.10 024 831 Meelltne, earr; 8.32 0.48 2.37 8,42 4.25 4,80 7.32 9.42
MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
o c c M} ýý ý p-oi ý, .-ý: e c r CI I- l t - -C~- (C . c dUs coo la a a :u q. y I ; c~ MORNINGTON TO MELBOURNE. Sats. a.m.: .m p.m Mornington, dep.... 7.45 4.55. 1.24 Mooroodue - t t t Mornington Junction, arr. 8.3 5.20 1.40 dep. 8.8 5.25 1.4S Langwarrin ... t t t Frankston, arr. .. 822 5.40 2.3 "dep. 827 = 6.8' " 2,16 ýelbourne,- arr. .. 24 .32 - 3.42 1 picks up or oets down passengers when required
BALNARRING. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E.G. Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
BALNARRINC. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. G. Stone.) Death has claimed still another old resident of the district. Following upon the death of Mrs W. Gomm, comes that of Captain Bryran Tonkin, of "Tolcarne," who died on Sunday last at the age of 84 years. Farmers in this district are now fallowing their lana to great advan tage. One of the best crops of oats in the district, a paddock of 20 acres be longing to Mr Berryman, is upon fal lowed land, and every piece of ground. fallowed last year is now showing the benefit of this land-sweetening process. Sheep farmers have been disposing of their stock lately at good prices.. Mr T. Cole's Shropshires, off" Minto," last week sold at 23s, and this week Mr Mair's two* trucks of crossbreds sold up to 25s, while Mr Hellicar's lambs made 15s -in the Melbourne market.
Help Your Newspaper ! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
'Help Your Newspaper I The greatest aid you,can give your newspaper is your' Jon PaINTING. If you do not feel able - to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news paper your, cards, dodgers, billheads, 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 notices 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, nor 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 vertising and subscriptions, but' no. ordi nary newepaper in an ordinary district can exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore. if you want a good newspaper-one that can still• further 'help you' and your town--o?vI ýrrITTOwI Jon PUNTING. For Winter Coughs, London Bron chitis. Cure. Price 2s,: posted 2s '6d. ...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
DROMANA. We have experienced quite a chap ter of accident in our district recently. Some few weeks ago Mr Mathews (carpenter) was working at Mr Brindell's new house, when the scaf folding he was standing upon gave way, and he was. thrown violently to the ground. Mr Mathews managed to crawl home. Dr. Weld was sum moned, who after examination, found his ankle was injured. He is now on crutches but is progressing favourably. Last week Mr Storey, of " The Oaks," was erecting a new building on the Mountain, and when cutting some timber the axe slipped, and cut his foot, almost severing it from the leg. The poor fellow, who was in great pain, and weak from loss of blood, managed to limp to a house two miles distant, and the kind lady, who was the only inmate. lost no time in acquaint ing her husband, who at once had the sufferer conveyed to Dr. Weld's private hospital, and after stitching up the wound the sufferer was conveyed home. The track from the scene of the acci dent to where Mr St...
HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANI~aD can be obtained from Mr 8. Orsino.) It is not generally knownthat chicory - of-very high-class quality: is grown around Hastings. The digging of the crop is now in operation. Judging from appearances, the yield this year will not be a good one. The growers state the spring and summer were not favourable to the growth of the pro duct. Dry chicory brings from £88 to £40 per ton. Every week returns arrive of the prices obtained for the different ship. ments of apples to the mother country and Germany. The fruit forwarded to the latter country per the N.D.L. Bremen from Melbourne last March was put on the market in good con dition, Muno's Favourite brought from 10s 6d to 14s 9d per case; Sturmer, 6s G6 to 7s 6d; Chandler, 6a to 8s Gd; Rome Beauty, 6s to 10s; Rhymer, up to 7s d ; and other varieties from 6s to lOs per case. We are informed that Mrs Pearce, wife of Mir Pearce, schoolmaster, is seriously ill Mr Pearce, -in conse quenoe, was unable to atten...
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Dandenong Market.: Dairy Cattle.-Good demand for top quality cows. They sold from £6 7s 6d to ll. Springers-From £5 to £8. Store cattle sold from £1 to £3 15s. Pigs -Small penning, and consequent high prices. Heavy baconers to £4 17s; medium, to .3 10s ; light, to £2 15s; heavy porkers, el 18s to £2 3s; medium, £1 8a to £l 15s; light, from £1 to £1 5s ; suckers, 7s to 1Gs, Calves, from 2s up to £1 10s.
Resignation of Mr F. A. Horsfall. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
IResignation:of=?Mr:F:; A :: Ii- Horsfall. At the monthly meeting of Ithe Frankston and Hastings shire council last week, ?Ir, Horsfall tendered ' his [ resignation as follows: " After some consideration, I have decided to resign my position as Secre tary and Engineer of the shire Frank ston and Hastings, owing to having accepted a similar :position with jthe shire of Romsey. It is with extreme regret that I sever my associations with this council, as I have dt' all times received the utmost considera- f tion at their hands. I beg to give i .the council a formal month's notice according to the terms of my appoint- I ment, but will attend to all the duties of the office until my successor is ready to take them over." On the motion of the President and Cr Cole the resignation was accepted. Cr Griffeth moved that an adver tisement be put in the Melbotirne dailes calling applications for the p. sition of secretary. engineer, etc. He ex 1 pressed regret .at the council losing Mr. Horsfal...
Social Tent, I.O.R. Frankston. SUCCESSFUL BIOSCOPE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Social Tent, ILO.R., Frankston. SUCCESSFUL BIOSCOPE, CON. CERT. The local Mechanics was well filled on Saturday evening last, when the above Tent held a splendid, and in every way successful, bioscope enter tainment. The programme presented was bright and varied, and the audience fully appreciated the different perfor mers' efforts, as well as the excellent pictures shown by Messrs Johnson and Gibson. . The bioscope was evidently one of the latest, the pictures distinct and interesting, and the manipulation of the machine in capable hands. Most of the items given were illustrated on the canvas with clear, natural views, which added materially to the effect of the numbers. The performers ac quitted themselves very creditably, the audience showing their appreciation by hearty applause and numerous encores. Through not being furnished with the programme'as promised, we are unable to publish the names of the performers, aswewouldhave liked. During the interval opportunity was taken of p...
Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
Newspaper Law. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are c:msidered as wishing to Covrr.Nu their subscriptions. 2. If Subscribers order the discontin uance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until -AaEAB'S arepaid, 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have settled. their bills, and ordered the periodicals ro be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the. publishers, and the papers are oent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. * 5, If subscribers p y in advance for a periodical, they are, bound to give NoTICEto the publisher, at the .end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking It, otherwise the publisher is authorised to send on, and the subscri ber will be responsible unless an express note, and payment of arrears.
"Under the Palms." SUCCESSFUL CANTATA AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 25 July 1908
"Under the Palms.". SUCCESSFUL CkATATA 'AT SOMERVILLE. On Wednesday evening a perfor mance of the cantata, " Under the Palms," drew a very large and ap preciative audience at the Mechanics' Hall, at Somerville, and without wish ing to say anything derogatory of any similar performance in the district, credit must be given to this as being the best. The children (about twenty), who came from the Pearcedale school, were admirably trained by Mr and Mrs Reed, andthe other portion of the chorus, and those who sang the solos, duets, etc., by Mr A. E. Gault, the conductor. Taking into consideration that the whole company had only two full rehearsals, the performance was excellent, and demonstrated very for cibly the care and perseverance that had been taken by Mr and Mrs Reed with the children, and MrA. E. Gault. with the remainder. Mr Reed, Mr Gilchrist, and MIr Bysouth were the bass soloists; Mr S. S. Gault and Mr Bett, junr., the tenors; ' Mrs H. Hawken, Mrs Reed, Mrs Gregory, and Misse...