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FOOTBALL. THE [?] FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

FOOTBALL. Ift TI.. N- . , 'ITTZROY. S i:.-. .:-. , from the t S:.. . ?l.: 1 - ?iation mett the F. z C''., : Mornin; ,.-. , -t,:::... ' i:: itors tra- I vL.;. t,.-..h:i.L:_. *:.a a great namr u: -:: of the ]lar n ,- i,-u,. a : trip. The Fila.ry City l:._i a:.., accompanied the .~.lub, ...; .l," .:.e lent music dori, g Is,- an: h Th. aealer, un Ifora atell. w.- very unpleasant, heavy rai: f. It;e at th:e commence. ment ani finish o.f th. game. The loeus a la th-i:r sipp r 4B. Baxter) absent, owia: :o an injue-d leg, and the vi?.e-ap'=i (J Wi a n) took com ma, d. W asin (Moruington) and Eddy tBair.arrin:) were also pre ven'ed fram playing. The came, as was generally antici pated. was an easy vic:ory for the senior clu. who, d-spite the greasy state of gro,.d and ball, sdisplayed re roarkabte pace and cleverness. They were like thorough!y trained race horses, and it was as much as the Pen insula players eould do to s-e the way 1 they went. Many cood points in how the gase, should be pla...

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FLINDERS ELECTION TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

FLINDERS ELECTION' TO TRE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir,-I noticed in a recent issue that Mir IL Watts is a new candi date for a seat at the shire council table in opposition to the sitting member. If this be true, it gives ratepayers who are anxious to see the snire progress, the chance to repeat the dose of last August. The main roads were never in a worse state, being almost impass able in places, and an instance oc curred last week where a party of gentlemen motored from Melbourne to Sorrento, and sooner than face the return journey by road, they took the motor car back to Mel bourne on the steamer. Notwith standing the increase in the rates, no money can be spent in repairing roads, new works are out of the question, and the finances are still in the same unsatisfactory state. lours, etc., REFORM. [Portion of "Reform's" letter has been deleted. We refrain from publishing Euch "warm" remarks under a nom-de plume, notwithstanding the fact that the "Standard" receives no considera t...

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The Mornington Municipal Triennial Handicap. To be run on the Mornington Shire Racecourse, August 24th, 1911. Entrance Fee, £10. (Notes by Citizen). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

The Mornington Municipal Triennial Handicap. To be run on the Mornington Shire Race course, August 24th, 1911. Er.trance Fee, £10. (Notes by Citizen). The above popular race bids fair to be as interesting as ever, and as some new and untried colts are likely to take part this y-a-, the pace promises to be a c:.rkerr ribht from the jump. The ( entries, so far, are limited to four horses, E the owners of Sambrad, the old and tried neddy. having decided not to let him start this year. The starters consist of highly bred and trained steeds, who will give the rteypayers of the popular sea side racing track a good run for their money. It is needless .to sty that each of the c horses have been taking preliminary [ canters, and the one who seems to show e out prominently on the back track is Sir Robert (Gay Bob-Sugarbag), a small but very compact little goer, who is an old hand at the came, and settles down to training with a quiet determination that a looks very much like winning. Although...

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 August 1911

Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the above As sociation was held on Monday night. After half-an-hour's delay, caused by another meeting being crowded in beforehand, Cr Griffeth took the chair. The announcement that Mrs Elvery was to speak on cooperation drew a latge house, amongst which.were about' a dozen ladies. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from the Railway Department, stating it was not their intention to take away the crane from the railway yard. A letter was also received from the Department, stating that Mr MeAl pine had been set apart by the Com monwealth Government to inquire into the Bitter Pit question. An English firm wrote, stating.that the apples sent as deck cargo from this district in the "Suevic" did not arrive in very good order. The ship ment arrived at a time when 92,000 cases of app'es were placed on the London market. They suggested that the experiment be not repeated. A letter was received froni the ...

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Help your Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Help your Newspaper. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PIRNTING. If you dont feel able to run an advertisement, sorely yen can nafford 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 your town, but don't give it to the printer or job printing office that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your town. 'The time may come when a newsr paler can live simply on the revenue de rived from advertising and subscriptions hut no ordinary newspaper in an ordinary town can exist without theo auxiliary sup port derived fhom job printing. Therefore, if you want a go, d newspaper, one that can still further held advance your to.wn, give it your Jon PatIrlNa.

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Telephone Directory. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Telephone ,Directory. FRANKSTON. 1-Brady, H 2-Hogan, J. 3-Rowan, 'Marathon.' :4 -Campbell, Major, Ameafield Park 5-Hay, Mrs 6-Pettit, W. G., 'Standard' Office' *7-Ritchie anid Co, T 8-Grimwade, H W, Myrtoon U--Mr James Grico, "Moondah" 10-Robertson, 1, I e!encia 11 -Maxwell, Dr 12--Chamberlin. F C, Chemist 13-Millard, J, Cab Propriotor " 14-Uarrood, C 15-BoothG W 16-Plowman. .M'ra 17-Schultz, W t 18-Gregory. A H 19--Mackin and Williams, butchers 20-Cozall, A, butcher 21-M?aterton. H, 'Rubria' 22-M.'Donild, D, storekeeper 23-Gamb!e, II MORNINGTTON. 1--Harrison, L 2-Korner, W A, auctioneer 3-O'6orman, Mlrs DROMANA, 1-Budduck, E"` H 2-Clamonger, H U 4-Edwards, G O? SOMERVILLE., 1-Griffeth, 0 SORRENTO. - 1 -Continental 2-Aillan J D 3-Smith, H B 11 4-Smith, W S 1i 5-Goodall, John 6-Lombard, J

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Mornington Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Mornington t Progress Association. The monthly meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Wedtesday last, Mr J. Jenkins being in the chair. Mr Alston reported that tree guards along Pier roid had been completed, and also thit several hundreds more ti-tree hid been planted and fenced on the cliff in front of courthouse and that shire council had decided to fence dangerous parts of cliff as reguested by the As-ociation. Members reported having examined plans of new station and expressed satisfaction with complet. ness of same. On the motion of Mr R C. Garlick, seconded by MIr J. Jenkins, the secretary was instructed to write Rail way Department taking exception to the protest lodged by the shire council against the erection of trucking yards near engine shed and to state that in the Association's opi,'ion the proposed site was the one most suitable and conducive to the best interests of the town On the motion of MIr McLellan seconded by Mr Noble the secretary was ins...

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South Australian Newspaper Men's Way. COMPARE IT WITH THE DANDENONG—FLINDERS SHIRE METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

South Australian Newspaper Men's Way. COM PAREI~rF'WITH THE DANDENONG--FLINDERS SHIRE METHOD. The following is taken from the Snowtown Herald, South Australia; and is published to show the praise worthy spirit. prevailing amorngst country newspaper proprietors. Evi dently they lire on peaceful lines there, and have other things to do besides perpetually fighting to cut each othe as, throats. The public (and shires) are none the worse off, either. THAT BALANCE SHEET. Two years ago we put in a price to the Snowtown District Council to publish their Annual balance sheet in our paper for 30s. We were asked to reduce our price to 25s, and consented to do so. This price the Council has paid us each year This year, however, we were personally asked by the clerk to put in a price as h,: had been instructed to get a price from Clare paper. As wehad no wish to come into acut-throat competition in council matters with our fellow printer, and from a point of journalistic etiquette, we re. frain...

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Suicide at Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Suicide at Hastings. .A man, whose name was unknjwn, committed suicide at Hastings yester day, l.y cutting his thloit with a. pen-knife. The man had been em ployed as a'wood-cutter, but little was known of him. In the dead man's pockets the police found three sovr reigns This is i.,i .fuusth suicide w.sbicJh.nhaa«oueurred.i? ,.li.Jeadistricoi, within the past few months. " Attention is directed to a batch of important miscellaneous announcemeLts in our advertising columns this issue. See Cro6t Bros special sale advertise. menuton oppoAite pa"e. Note the big bargains, a.d get on early or you'll be too late. An interesting article concerning Dro mann, its advantages, requirements, etc., appears, together with other news, on our fourth page. Swords v. Abbott election contest re sulted in Abbott, who was subjected to considerable dirt-throwiug, being returned to the Dandenong shirecouncil. For the south riding seat Mr W. Rain defeated Cr Keys, who has been in thie council for atout 20 y...

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Oliver's Hill. SCHEME FOR IMPROVEMENTS. COUNCIL CANDIDATES VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Oliver's Hill. SCHEME FOR IMPROVEMIENTS. COUNCIL CANDIDATES' VIEWS. ing on Tnesday, io referring to Oliver's Hill, the candidate said he wasopposed £900 of the ratepsyers' money being spent onthe work of improving the bill, and would try hard to prevent that amount being spent there. He was not against putting the hill in proper order, but, with impassable back roads all around the shire, he was against such a large expenditure. liis idea was to get the back roads in proper order. The townspeople only existed in the winter, and what was wanted was to improve the back roads so that people could get into the town ship. On the following evening, Cr Oa tes, at his meeting, refuted the statement that the work would cost £900 of the ratepayers' money. As the result of a deputation, which asked the Public Works Department for a grant - of £400 towards the work, the Govern ment had intimated that it would grant £875, if council would provide a further £375, towards improving and regrading t...

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FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

FOOTBALL. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION FRANKSTON v. HASTINGS. A CLOSE GAME. Comparatively little interest was evinced in the above match at Hast ings on Saturday, as the result could not alter the position of either team in tho semi-final rounid -of matches. A special train from Frankston conveyed a large number of spectators, who were encouraged to make the trip by the fine weather prevai'ing. Frankston had a rather. weak team, Harley, Bates, Mackey, and Rudduck being absent, and consequently their sup porters were not very hopeful, while Hastings had Sposito and Perriam out. The conimencement of play showed that the ground was heavy, water being plentiful in the eentre. The visitors were the first to get going .hand soon had thea balt ao-,the dry:. and, iv'lera§tiho n ;collared aid pasaed to Sherlock, who recorded first goal of the day. Taken to - the other end, Wilson wes awarded a free, and hit the post with his shot. Frankston worked the oval around the wing, and Reynolds and Baxter a...

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Make Your District Known [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Make Your District Known Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom.- This is not the fault of the Editor, for hehas no miracul ons power of knowing what is happening in all the places in the areaof circulation. It is the fault of resiaents in the silent place?. Will some man or woman take the mat. ter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your dis. trict, will YOU try on the .LIas P Send accounta of publio and social events in your township or neighborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents. con. certs, matters tmuching the industlies, etc. Write your name in some corner; not for printing, but to prove good faith. Write the names of persona very dis tinctly. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, butlet riticism alone

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

For Chounic Cheat Complaints. Woods' Great Pepperminit Core, Is Cd Fancy Dress Ball at Mornington. A very enjoyable plain and fancy dress ball was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Mornington, on Wednesday night, under the auspices of the Morn ington Ramblers Football Club. Over 25 couples graced tlhe floor, and everything was carried out in a most satisfactory manner, the credit of which is due to the energetic secretaries, Messrs G Harrison and J. ]Burnell. The following are some of the charac ters : SMrs Donnelly-Red cross nurse. Miss K Parry-school girl. ,, S. Parry-barracker. ,, H. Thompson-Tam Danar. ,, E. Garlick-Gipsy.. ,, K. Thorne-barracker. E Stanley-waitress. N. Martin-Tam girl. Mr Martin-footballer. ,, P. Thompson-jockey. , A..Doherty-bushranger. S,, Mat Garlick--Lubra. J. Burnell-butcher. SD you know that croup can be pro vented ? Give Chamberlain's Cough SRemedy as soon as the child become hoarre, or even after the croupy cough appeais, and it will prevent the attack....

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TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

10 KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING' About another-make it pass, Before you speak, three gates of god, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true ?" Then "Is it needful ?"-in your mind;" Give truthful answer; and the next, If you are tempted to revetl;, " ,.: A tale to youi soifeon has told,{ Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind ?" And if, to reach your lips atlast, It passes through these gateways three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. --Selected.

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Dromana, and How to Develop It. ITS ADVANTAGES, DISADVANTAGES, RESOURCES AND A[?]RACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

DiromaT:a, and How to Develop It. ITS ADVANTAGiF., DISADIAN. TALGES, tREsOURCES AND ArrRIACTIONS. Ti e f !'.wi-= re me ,xtractL from .,, exced:in l. it.er sting paper read by Mr Mr A. Bri-tile at a public meirn. held in Me hanies' In-titute undo- the .n.upicr of tih Progress As secia i',s. Tiere ,as a large a ,en la, c-. and Mr Dr'r.d '- gas list-ned to with much attentirn while he placed unler th-ir n tice hi- somewhat com preh??:ive scheme f..r the- brIutifying cf the place. Referring t, thenaturel adva -',ges of D,,ian,:a, Mr Brindle said "l\ a place ,.f re-sdence ad as a Lh,.iday re'ort, I)toomana poss, sse many aed very ,vlmou' attractions. Its Fure, invigorating air, combining, as it do- s, the ozo, e frnm the sea, and the oxygen of the tree clad bills, cleans.d hy the four winds of heaven, and swee,-ned by the purifying, life gitine rays of almost incessant sun shine, the sickle-like sweep of its _faeon-l ach, extending from the foot of Mt. Martha on: one side, to the "Rotks'...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

NOTES. Through yielding td the .invitation to have 'just one more," two irithusi astic supporters from Frankston, who had visited Hastings to see the foot ball- matchlant Saturday, arrived at the station just as the train was steaming out Lamenting their bad luck, Tom and Bob had a quiet spell after their sprint, and set out for " home, sweet home" about 9 o'clock, accompanied by "Bullocky's"dog as an escort. TTho peds. arrived at Frankston on Sundaymorning, little the worse for their tramp, but firmly resolved that they will isever miss another train through waiting to have "just another before we go." Di-trict 'ballers will be glad to learn that "Squirrel" Cal'anan, the promising fast wirg of Balnarring last season, has successfully emerged from a "rough up" with three doctors, and is recovering from an operation for aggravated appendicitis. "Squirrell". stripped this season for Warburton, and secured the~trophy for bedl i-.by.er: : in tihe 1dol'oc i. -oei~aion ob?g? s :on-~i ' fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

:,·~ ri;. t -A ~I 11 r· i:123i~ .: 4r :2-,M - - ' -" ill "W :ý ýýý .. j lifý +ý4 iý lisfliw~iJ1Mý "ý" r t /Iý s~y.s",'"' %S~t ý.L.r....+ ..w~ ý.. f+^iý Cý ýý''.1 11. LAME BACK. This ailment is usuilly caused by rheu* matisua of the muscles and msy be cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm two or the tim e a day, and ruhbbin the part vigorously at each app ieation. If this does not afford relief bi,.d on a piece of flannel dampenei with Chamberlain'a Pain Balm, and lelief is sure to follow. Sold by all storekeepers 'Tis only a mother knows the pain Of bearing coughs again and again; And children's coughs cause trouble enoub. Unless they swallow the proper stuff. Now Woods' Peppermint Cure's the thing, Which into the nursery health can bring ; So give your children a dose each night, 'Twill kep them well, and ever bright. I IT DOESN'T MATTER I WHAT YOU WANT TO SELL or WHEN YOU WANT TO SELL IT, You will find T4E STANDARD THE BEST SELLINC CROUND. An advertisement in this paper wil ca...

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FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS SHIRE. - . There were two contests in the above shire. In the North riding Cr Oates was opposed by Mr J. N. Marsh. A heavy poll was recorded, and the retiring representative was re-elected by a big majority. An unnecessary amount of feeling was introduced into the contest, and partisanship was very keen. The result showed that the ratcpayers were quite in accord. with the actions of their representatives, and the majority received by the sitting member was even in excess of the anticipations of his suppor ters. Cr Oates and his committee worked assiduously,'and the result was that the deputy returning officer (Mr M. Brody) had a very .heavy amount of voting to count. The work was got through in good time, and the figures showed Oates :. .. 305 'Marsh . .. 148 Majority for Oates-157. There were an unusually large number of postal votes. Cr Oates received 119, and Mr Marsh 34. In returning thanks for his re election, Or Oates was received with loud applause.. He...

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Council Candidates' Views ON LEADING LOCAL TOPICS CATTLE NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

Council Candidates' Views ON LEADING LOCAL TOPICS CATTLE EiISACECL Both candidates for the North riding seat in the Frankston and Pastings council expressed themselves when addressing the ratepayers as strongly against the wandering stock nuisance. Mr 3larshsaid that Cr Oates had taken to himself the whole credit of the movement to have the nuisance done away with. This was wrong, as he was only one ; the Frankston Pro gress League and almost everyone in the town was opposed to stock being allowed to wander in the main streets. Some of his opponents had informed Mr Grice, who had signed his requisi tion, that he (Mr Marsh) was in favor of allowing cattle to wander about. This was unfair and untrue Cr Oates also expressed himself as being itrongly opposed to cattle being allowed to wander in the main stree:s, and had done his best to do away with the nuisance, in which he had been prompted by no other motive than to imprve the township. Mr Marsh referred in strong terml to the counci...

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OUR LETTER BOX. THE LATE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 August 1911

OUR LETTER BOX. TIlE LATE REFIRIENDUM. TOTI!E EIrTOR OF_ THE S'AXDAnD. - Sir,--May I call attention of your readers to the attached cutting (which publish for reference), and tell them in your colunms that at the late refer endumn polling I hoisted the "Yes" on to my hat, and war. langhed at by those who hoisted "No." If, after reading abrut this American Combine, the "No" people are not sorry for lauhing, then all I can say is that th,-y ought to he, and there is nothing I cou'd feel more proud of than the carrying of that word "Yes" on this occasion. The cutting is from the "Bulletin" (1tt 81911), and as the "No' party may not have seen it, I think it might do them good to have this paragraph, at all events, brought under their notice.-Yours, etc, .1. F. COUNSEL. Dromana, 211/8/1911.' A HINT TO EMPIRE LEAGUERS. Minister Trefle. of N.S.W., caused a fleeting sensation the other day by stat ing that the American Meat Trust had Legun operations in Australia, and that shipments of meat...

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