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THE CHURCHE ST. PAULS FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
THE , cIURCrE . S i. PAUL FRAN STON. The folowiug extracts are tak n from the l--t issue of the Frankston ChLirce of Eg- and parish paper: rELF-AD-ETISKMET LAD LOYALTY. To advertise one'. religious work is. of course, against the sentiment Our Saviour has erected by His many in ci ive remarks about hypocrisy "Do it in secret," rere his words, "Let not thy left hand know what the right haid deth." So we can't tolerate el-f advertisement. lza there is another side- -That me. may see your good wo ks, and glorit, your Fa:her." It's no good trying to make yourself out erves worse rhaa you are; especially when others are only too ready to deery year good work, and talk about their own. One must be loyal to osese f. Now which does the Church of England suffer from most-self adver tisemeat or self depreciation ? l'be writer has no doubt in his own mind, and he thinks the prevalent self depro sintion is at heart disloyalty. So he wa the Church to realise hat then only will she bie aTe To-do ...
MRS. JANE CORLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
MRS. JANE CORLETT. The funeral of the late Mrs Jane Corlett, whose sad death was recor ded in our last issue, took place on Sunday last" at the Franketon cemetery, and was one of the largest seen in the district, the corelge be ing swelled by friends from the sur rounding parts and Melbourne. Prior to the removal of the body a short sertice was held at the house, and that at the grave-ide was con ducted by the Rev Lowe, of the Methodist denomination. The cof fin, which was covered by neat and beautiful wrentlse im sympethis ing friends, was borne from the hearse to its last resting place by her three sons, Messrs J., A., and S. C. Corlett, and her sons-in-law, Messrs D. Cowley, W. J. and H. Oates. The members of the Frank ston Rechabite Lodge attended in funeral regalia. The mortuary ar rangements were satisfactorily car ried out by Mr H. Gombl~. The deceased, who was the wife of Mr John J. Corlett, of Oaklands Park, Lanlgwarrin, was born in the Isle of Man in 1840. After her mar ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
Do you kmnw tba I o 'op ca' be p-e. vente P OGie Cha.nberl;is's Co ..h IR'medy as .oon as the child become hoarse, or even after the . nupy cou.h a o. are, and it will prevent the a: 'k. It is a rrrt'-i cure for crOup and has never been known to fail. Sold by all store keepr'. L. R. N. UTBER, Solicitor, ......FRANKSTON....... AY be consulted atpnrivate residence M Mornington Road, or at office of J. Nott Marsh, Bay Strcot. MELBOURNE ADDRESS- H. W. Hunt and Utber, Modern Chambere, 317 Collins-street. Trast Moneys to Lend o . Mortgage. A COUNCILLOR OF DUNDA SIRE11 Mr Paul IIable of Moutajug, Vie., a Councillor of Dundas Shire, teo le here what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has, done : "I have been a constant user of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for the past fifteeen years and have always found it a most effective cure. My child Paul suf. fered from a severe cold on the cheat, affecting his breathing and lunes. Know ing how gcod Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was, I gave it at once, and am plea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
Tele-ta lotices. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. EAST RIDI G. TO THIE RATEPAYEtS. SADIES AND GENTLEI?N Having been asked by many friends (electorsof the East Riding to allow myself to be nominated as a Candidate for the soming Election, I now take the pleasure in announcing my intention of contesting the at. Should I have the honor to be elected as your represeutative, I shall do my utmost to further the interest of the Seir, and that of the East Riding in par tientar Yours faithfully, A. J. ALDEN. Shire of Frankston and Hastings. ANNUAL ELECTION?. EAST RIDING. TO THE RATEPAYERS. LbDIS3 AND UGEILý.nneqr-,. Myterm asoneof your representa tive having expired by ceaxion of time, I desire to announce that I am again a Can didate. I trust that my actions as a Con eller during the past 18 years will merit a continance of your support at the forth coming Elections. I will continue to do, as. usal, all in my power to further the in terests of the East Riding and the shire ia Yours faithful...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER Late of Ferzaoy, Ireland, now o "Clydeak;' MORNINCTON. A NOUN'CES thit he i- ptrepares to execute alt kind, of WATT'H, CLO' and JEWELLPC.Y Orders can be le.t with r .near, lroer, Mornirgto ; Mr Rudduck, Dro mana; Messrs NULn and bons, armer vile ; or at Clydbank," Dromsna Road. Private reddences visited by appointment Carirs. Messrs Cairns and Williams, V -Clydebank" daily, and will d«liver c rrs entrusted tothem. Estimates given for repairs, if desired. tefeor proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO - PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lngpr'e received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicles for hire, Prices reaseotble etters and Telegrams promptly attended to. -A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Fandiea Waited on for Orders........ Prime Meat Oily Kept ............. Sminll: Goo ls of Every Description . Fresh Daily. aides and Skins Bought............... F, G. CI[AMBEIIN, Phrmaceutical &...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL The new tennis court at Frankston has been completed, and the club will hold an official opening on August 12th. Owing to !ate advertisements, a quan tity of matter in type-districb rainfall returns, Flinders Council, etc., is crowded out of this issue. The prize for the best essay on Coro nation Day at the Mornington State School has been awarded to Miss Emily Annear, not Miss Jessie Annear, as ap. peared in our last issue. A field trialor rather an orchard trial I of a metropolitan firm's motor spray i pump washeld in the Tower House or chard on Friday last." There was a fair attendancepf fruit growers. .-At the monthly meeting of the Somer ville Fruitgrowers Association on Mon day, night, the important business of co-operation is to be brought up. as well as the matter of next season's export. Failure attended the first attempt to s form a Liberal Poliiical Leagie at Somer ville on Friday last. There was only a moderate attendance, owing principally to all hands...
August Racing Carnival. FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS ANNUAL EVENTS. (Run August 24. Entries close August 10, up to 4 p.m.) NORTH RIDING CUP, valued £000, for horses owned by ratepayers; entry £10, to be paid on day of nomination; distance, go as you please from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. EAST RIDING CUP, valued £000, for horses owned and trained in Shire; entry £10, to be paid on day of nomination; distance, go as you please from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. NOTES ON THE CUP CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
August Racing Carnival. RBA NSTON AND HASTINGS ANNUAL EVENTS. (Ran Atgust 24. Entries dlose Augast 10, up to 4 p.m.) Noaru RIDEot Cuc, valued £000, for horses owned by ratepayers; entry £10, to be paid on day of nomina tion; distance. go as Jou please tfromu am. till 4 p.m. East RBILOs Cup, valued £000, for hoses owned and trained in Shien; entry £10, to be paid on day of ao inantion; distance, go as you please from 8 am. till 4 p.m. orTs ox THE CrP CA~ ItDIars. (By ialtan.) Being i the know, I think a few kints will be appreciated by the alheraa and panters of the several horse, that wil! he most likely come )etinm to the several events Tirst, I will take the candidates for the N~orth Riding Cup. Up to the prenA tkere eO only two entries (or likely goers), t as a in tml nina.? t will be a ding do Inish. for the inl riion of the ring, I will give what information I .*:: about the different "gee gees" Oat lands, who isa 'iq. h^ ?, ,-a' is a acopact little horse He is about .- well se...
The Re-forestation of French Island. FORESTERS' EXCITING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
The Re-forestation of French Island. FORESTERS' EXCITING EX PERIENCE.. (BY OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). Far back in the early fifties, French Island was in places fairly well tim bered and its undulating surface clad with stunted vegetation. But like many more of our fast disappearing forests, bush fires and the woodman's -te are responsible for this denuded area. Sometime ago the Foresty Depart ment wisely decided to replant the eastern side with commercial timber trees. With this object in view, a party accompanied by Mr Johnstone (Chief Superintendent of State Plan tations), Mr Lindsay, of the Forestry school, and Mr Cunnington, plantation officer, with a staff of skilled work men from Frankston plantations, left Stony Point on Thursday, '27th inst, for the scene of operations on the north east corner of the island. Un fortunately the motor launch which had been chartered for the trip was not available a prior engage ment by the Defence Department, but arrangements had been made for a...
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MRS. C. DOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 August 1911
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MRS. C. DOWLING, By the death of Mrs Catherine Dowling, as mentioned in our last is sue, another very old resident of the Mornington Peninsula has been re moved from our midst. Mrs Dowling had reached the ripe old age of 86 years at the time of death. Although shs was not suffering from any painful illness, she had been gradually failing under the pressure of her advanced years for some considerable time, and her death was not unexpected. She was possessed of an exceedingly kindly, warm hearted disposition, and very many old residents of the district, as well as the younger generation, will remember her as a true friend who had always a kindly word, and was ready to do a kindly action for anyone with whom she came into contact. The deceased lady was born in County Wicklow, Ireland, and reached Melbourne with her husband-who predeceased her by some nineteen years-in the ship " Marco Pauls " on Christmas Day, 1852. She was thus a colonist of nearly 59 years. After s...
Naval Defence. FUTURE OF WESTERNPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
Naval Defence. FUTURE OF WESTERNPORT. The first three naval members of the naval board, Rear.Admial COres well, Captain Chambers and Engiueer Captain Clarkson, have returned from Westernport, where they made a long and complete study of the port and its environs. The fourth member, Mr Manisty, secretary to the navy, will mloke a similar visit as suon as pos rible, as.the board desires that at an early date works should be put in hand at Westernport in confurmance with Admiral Henderson's recom mendations. These wore that the harbor should be a naval base, and that barracks, capable of holing 2000 men, should be erected. Under the Heuderson scheme 292 men will be attached to the Westernport barracks, 42 being the complement of the torpedo school, and ten that of the destroyer and submarine base. The State Government has already consented to set aside a reserve of land for naval purposes at WeTsternport. It has not been decided to what extent land shall be reserved. Admiral Henders n ...
TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
r0 KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING About another-make it pass, Before you speak, three gates of gold, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true 't Then "Is it needful ?"-in your mind; Give truthful answer; and the next, If you are tempted to reveal 'A tale to you someone'has told, Is last and uarroirest, "Is it kind ?' Ahd if, to reachlyour lips at last, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. -Selected.
The Rainfall. FOR JULY. AT MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
The Rainfall. FOR JULY. AT MOOROODUC. Mr Alfred E. Bates, "Pine Hill," re ports the following rainfall at Mooroodun for the mouth of July 10 h.. ... . .. ... . 8 16th .. ...... 8 ,, 17th ...... . 2..0 18th .. ... . 14 , 20th . .. .. 41 21st . . ...... 28th ... ... ... 8 29th ... ... ... 4 th ... .... .. 95 , 31st ... ... ...6 Total ... ... 2"82in. January ... ... 51 points. February ..... ... 2.91 March ... ...... 6.47 April .. . .. 71. , May .... ... ... 4.42 Juno ... ...... 5.61 July ....... ... 22,2 Total for the year 23.48
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. AN EXCITING GAME [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION FRAN?STON -.r. IORNINGTON. AN EXCITING GAME. A-very interesting game took place at the Franketon oval on Saturday last between the above mentioned teams, the former eventually winning comfortably. The day was an ideal one for outdoor sport, but owing to the recent rain, the ground was very wet under foot. This match was looked forward to with much intorss by the supporters of each team. The Morningtonites were victorious over the locals a few weeks previous, and the latter were determintd to make: a big effort to retrieve their laurels. The visitors made a brilliant start, and rushing the ball on to Harrison, the latter kicked the initial goal a few minutes after starting. B',rtlett soon afterwards collaret r.and ?,red.,q minor. -Franksetn were tr ngion (he ruck, and by this means the. situation was momentarily saved. Bltes passed to Sherlock, but nothing eventuated, the ball being brought back by Camp bell. The back line on each aide was very strong,...
Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
help your Newspaper. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PL?INTING. If you dont feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, en velopes, 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 yoiur town, but do,'t give it to the printer or job printing ofce that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor b..i n.l. m b .lping i on : to . b l ,..rd.· L ? oUr town. The time may come when a newer paper can live simply on the revenue de rived from advertising and subscriptions. but no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist withoutthe auxiliary sup. port derived isom job printing. Therefore, if you want a go. d newspaper, one that can still further hold advance your town, give it your Jon PIINTINO.
RECORDED AT TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
RECORDED AT TYABB. ~/Mr AS Krcrouse. "Bullarto," Tyabb, re ports for-m.,nth of July : 3rd ... ... ... 17 points. 4th ... ... . 2 16th .. . .. ... 10 ,, 17th .. . 19th ... .. 20 2Jth ...... .. 55 21st ... .. 17 , 22nd -.. 12 28th ... 5 29th ..5. , 30th .. ... 9 31s?t ... ... .... '9 Total ... :.. ?.5 i Les Total raintatl from 1st January to 31st July--19.5 * ndts.
Council Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 August 1911
C Council Adyertising.. Some months. ago the Flinders and Kangerong council called tenders for advertising and printing for the shire. Not being willing to do the printing part at an unpayable price, we simply asked that the advertising be again entrusted to us, as the district paper with the largest circulation. Our of fer was not accepted, because we re fused to tender for printing which we knew we would not get. The claims of the paper which would be of most value as an advertising medium were not considered, Fiinders councillors evidently being of the opinion that it does not much matter whether impor tant shire notices are seen by the rate payers or not. But, on the other hand, it is not fair to the ratepayers, as there are htindreds of readers of.the STAN DARD on the Peninsula to whom the .various notices, tenders, etc, are of im portance. The shira secretary has evi dently been seized with the advan tages and claims of the STANDARD pub lishing notices which need full publicit...