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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

PHILLP ISLAND IND `WOOLAMA!. Meetsa:nntille the Satuilay neaiist full moon. / Pun~sinver: Wmn. f:alrbison. J.P. COUNCIL LORS: Islaasd Riding-W:. ,iaurimon. - i.P.. T. McFee, J.P.. John W est =.s: Woolamai Biadag-4. Daly. P. Ariderao7, " Juinus Hoddinott, J.P Corinefla Rldiai-J. . :Tuilbook Jawmaes Ckurb,LIP.. I. Seys. I I. Bojiwicki, 5sa. Uuw.i. Councillor+ 'retiri in the order.Su n"winch their namesuru jirintel. `The flintk' retir ing in August.thiias, yer, and~oiu euab wuaceeding year. j ` '. . I: " , : r

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

FLINDERS AKIDLAKGFOG. -- Meets nt Dromnian theo Ln Saturday in each month. T. O. Lartin. lEast idinL Maira J.P.. A, Dwn ward, J.P.,: r. Stanley. Centre. Riding-T. O. Martin. J. C* ".Aq riditbi. W. Browin. m K " West Riding-W. Patterson. I. Anderson, . ... J.P . J C ain J-P . , .Peter Nowlan. TarAsrunrs:: T. B. Munt. ? a

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

GENERAL POST' OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT 'FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne-8 "a.m.--12.15 p.m. I..:0 p.n. For Mornington-10.. a m.-3.15 p.m. For Dromana-10.:= am:. \ MAILS rDELIVEB ED AT FRIANKSTON. From Melbourne.-9 a.m: end : p.m. From Mornington-N.0r a.m.-12.: 5 p.m. From.Dromana--.NE n.m. From Hastings- 12.4? p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

id~ate Boot' Warehiee.:. ;'i I'EYI'OLDS & CO., Si+i .'. , ": " ' O '. {i i and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes ' N at- 8 •IItp I a 5 1i . -. 1 ,1 ,+ . Grazing. Blocks, Chicken Farms, Agricultural Areas, Land on Lease, at so much per acre per annum, up to 5 years, situated in Franiaton, Carrum, Lyndhurst, Mount Eliza, Langwarrin, Somerville, Tyabb, Bittern, Balnarring, Philip Island, Crib Point, Fingal, and all parts of the County of Mornington at cheapest rates and on most liberal terms. Runs up to 1000 acres at low prices, and terms upto ten years. Mansuon Sites in the Marysville Estate and'other favorite spots having extensive views of Bay and Mountain Scenery. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses all t round all through the Mornington Wood on Lands for Sale close to the various Stations, and Brick Company's (two) close to Frankton, prices inserted. Properties for Sale and To Let. 2 Large Furnished Villas, high postion,close to the Sea, Park, Pier and Station, situated in Nolan-st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

JE.TTYi STORE,. 1 DROMANA. NELSON RUDUCK GENERAL STOREKEE:PEl COMMISSION ' AGET, &L AGENCIES: VICToOIux AiLLIANCE. .', " SOCIETY OBE THE PE TEN IO ";WEELY TI;?sm.i "I N " Aoust."i * Auser.srssALxN.'" CoiMERacuIA UNION AssURANcE Co.:.t PeOR JOB FPRINTING Try theo SMOBNINGTON STANDARD." tHE'o LBtestoDbeigns Ain.l Type and L:: scbchinery. and Prices Equal to I the Most Reasonable Firms in Melbourne. t; . XC.. E OR: TI?.? ER ? YARD. Si; N O N. 11 PBI E'TOB. 3 A a Large and Varied Stook of.11 ................ Kind.d. ..... ,,. TIMBERE BUILDING MATEBL?' ;' DOORS, BASBES, RAMES,.B. DEALS, HABDWOOD, GALVANIZED "IRON, ;.CEMENT, '.:IE, t TSB, All Building Requisites. INSPECTION INVITED. ..VW3V JOHN CAMERON, VETERINARY SURGEON, COACH BUILDER, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKER, FARRIER, Ac. BEGS to' thank his hinimerous friehilse and customers for their patronage for the past eighteen years, and hopes to merit their future confidence. He has secured the services of the h4st eon obtainable in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

PH ILLI PS BR.O:S., Tailors & Clothiers, FRANKSTON AND MOBNINGITON. Fit and Workmanship Guarantedl..??.' Gentlemen's Own Material Made ." MELBOURNE PRICEH.; 1 A Trial Solicited. . , A U C T I O'N' S.,, C. J. FOX &0Co.: Auctioneer, Land: & Estate r Agents. C. J. 1' 0o" Is Prepared to Condect Auction ales' of Houses, Land, Furniture, Stock.&o., A&c. in any part of the Countr and a eivahji Personal Attention to in BEnines?. m trustedtohim. Agent' for the Imperial Insurance Co. Bents and Debts Collected. c. J. FOX & o., AUCTIONEER, ec., Bat Smrar, F AN iK S T O'N. J. J. . ? o'L ' . SON, MIornington Cash Store,; MamiN rSTEET,, ;ý' .MO N'I NGTON N,. ADVERTISE In the "tornington Standard." PRINTED and Published at Frankaton, Sin the Interest of the Peninsuls. T. a'. id le"M ark ... - ? :! ... i t , ?/ = {.AND CORDIAL FACTORY,. S bate for its Spring Wa . Every De cri tion of irst. Chul CordhiLa Manufactured on the Prmiii.e STo r a Sp? iaty. Pr...

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Hastings Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

Hastings Improvements. Since the opening of the railway husi ness of all kinds has received an impetus, which it is hoped will prove lasting. Mr. Cooper, of the Bay View Hotel, seeing the necessity for providing good accommodation to the travelling public, has gone into bricks and mortar, and is now having constructed: additions to the present structure. When completed the hotel will present a quite' imposing appearance, and Mr Cooper will thenbe.in a position to meet any strain that may be put upon hin during the coming summer. Already the haulae on the Hastings line has very materially improved, and there are not. wanting signs that ere long increased .ccommodation will be wanted. The notice of imotion tabled by Councillor C. J. Fox for consideration. this afternoon "That the Council meetings should be held year about at Mornington, Frankston and Hastings," is likely to cause an animated discus sion. There is no doubt the members for the Mornington Riding will oppose it strongly, ...

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Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

Xornfngton. (Faor out OWN OoaaseroiDnrr.) We have been favored withtolerably fine weather during the past week. The rain that fell previous. my, combined with the warm spring weather we are at present enjoying, has made vegetation of every description row rapidly, ad hus been a boon to the whole dtttrtct. Business of ever description is getting brisk, especially so in the building line, several fine erec. tions, viz., Crowley's Coffee Palace. J. Orice Eq's. mansion at Mount Elia, and Dr. Wilkinson's new residenee, with othersare rapidly drawing toward. eompletion, a also repairs to our jetty. Bethe latter, the eontntore xpe tto eomplete the work In two weeks, in addition to which the Commis, aloner of Customshas promisedto all tendeer atan early date forlengthenlng and extending it, a work that ba long been publicly required, our residents being much indebted tothe persistent efforts of Cr. Irvine In this matter. The contractors for the new Coffee Palace atMount Mrtbs .as alsoMesrs ...

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The New South Wales Fisheries. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

The New South Wales Fisheries. WThe following report by Captain Ander son will, no doubt, be read with very keen inteoest by the large number of people in the Peninsula who are interested in the Fishing ndn .-str - 1. The Fisheries Board of New South Wales is composed of five members, ap pointed by the Governor by commission under the great seal. The members hold office for five years, but are subject to re moval at any time by the above authority. Their positions are honorary. The official staff consists of about forty persons, seven of whom are in the office as clerks and draftsmen, and the rest are engaged in the work of inspection. In 1888 the revenue amounted to £3,634, derived from licenses, &c., and the expenditure to £6,255. 2. As a personal examination of the fishing grounds and oyster beds would necessarily have entailed considerable time, the said grounds and beds extending along the whole of the coast, I did not under the circumstances deem it necessary to procee...

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Correspondence. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

Correspondence. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents- Ea M.S.] To The Editor. Sir,-Presuming that you will have a report to the match between the Morning ton and Frankston Football Clubs for your initial issuse, I would ask you to grant me a little space to refer to the composition of the teams. While admitting that the best team won, there are a few matters connected there with which will serve to show that success was not absolutely deserved by the winning team. For the benefit o some of your readers who cannot know the true facts of the case, I would crave permission to inform them that to my own certain knowledge no less than seven men not only had never previously played with the Mornington club, but were specially imported from Melbourne on the day in question, and their expenses paid, simply to make the game a certainty for Morning ton. Now, Sir, I would as...

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Langwarrin. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

(From our own Correspondent.) With the approach summer everything is beginning to present a quite gay and animated appearance. The vegetation is putting on its richest garb, and the roads, which have been so untraveable during the winter, are now daily improving, and will ere long offer little or no cause for grumbling. As a proof of how the warm, weather is manifesting itself, I may mention that a party of wood-cutters engaged at about half a mile from the township came across no less than five snakes in one day, and several reports of narrow escapes from being bitten have reached us. The long grass and scrub which surrounds the state school affords these reptiles such excellent shelter that I am of opinion a match should be put to it, and the whole burned, otherwise the young children attending school will be in danger of being bitten-an eventuality that should not be viewed too calmly. We were highly gratified at learning that the Minister of Defence favored the construction of a...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

SG.. IIIR : a-' 1DIRECTORX'. Meet. "in. Mornington Shire. Hall the Saturday )atfore ful. (noon. .Downiward, °.1 P ý'" : rCOUNCILL43B;` 'i Z .orth Riding-4T D.'Box C outr, ; J.P. and C. J ,Fox (FruntLeton). East Biding-lf.x1- Pu4Uu. (Hastings), J. Sawyer. (1oroingtunt). T.,Tluornell "(Soutuerv~ilic). WesatBiiinw-J: E. Admsnw. A. Downward, J.P..IW. M: Irtine,J.P. (Moraington). SEcRETARY AND. ExOujIaEB H.. E; More, (oojnftonz.

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FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

FBRA?KTON TO MELBOURNE SUNDAYS. Frankaton. dep.-9.25 .a.m.-12.20- p.m. 2.18-4.5-8-.5. Melbourne. arr.--10.45 a.m.-1l.40 p.um.

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FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! Mornington v. Port Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

FOOTBALL - FOOTBALL Mornington v. Port Melbourne. A CONCERT will be given by the members of the Port Melbourne Football Club SATURDAY, OCT.8, at the     ATHENEUM HALL, Main-St., Morning ton, in aid of the Mornington Football Club. A well elected programme has been arranged, consisting of some of the latest Comic Songs,' Recitations, and Bal lads. Doors open at half-past seven to com mence at eight . , Admission: Front Seats 2s.; back do. 1s. A. PROBERT . Sec        

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

MELBOURNE TO FLA;E STON Mielbourne, lp.-110 ant.- 4 90'p nl.-" 2.U --·-.-; iiv Fnkatoný0. arr.-11.2(I .i.mi.-2.U p.m. S:L.3&-7.20.-1O 't

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. FRANKSTON, SATURDAY, OCT 5. 1889 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

Mornington Standard.     ". Not timidly, nor rashly." : :   PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY FRANKSTON, SATURDAY, OCT 5. 1889 In launching the Mornington Standard the proprietary are actu-,   ated by , a belief that the large and important tract of country, stretching from frankston to the Heads on the west, and from Frankston to the further shores of Western-Port Bay on the east, affords and excellent field for the circulation of a journal which will take a live interest in the affairs of the Peninsula. it is unnecessary for us to enumerate the resources, or, to dwell upon the marvelous beauty, of the 'County of Mornington ;they are both widely and: favorably, known, and there is plentiful evidence that the popularity of the County is yearly gaining ground. The possibilities of a district, which embraces such a magnificent stretch of sea board, and such beautiful rich. agricultural land as does Mornington, it if quite impossible to estima...

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HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

HASTINGS TO FEANESTON AND MELBOURNE. " Hlitings, dep:-8.Oa.m.-i11. -7.0p.an. 9.15. ?o?miiilne, dep.--.18 "a.m.-12.8 p.m. 7.1811.23.x Mornigton. Junction, -dep.-8.27-- a.m. 12.17 pa.-7.27-9.'2 Langwarrn. dep.--8?J a.m.-12.21 p.m. 7.:31-9.36. Franklton. arr. --8.4 a.m.-12.0 p.m. 7.40-91.45. Franketon. dep.-8.O0 a.m.-12.45 p.m. 7.17-10.0. - Melbourne, dep.-10.l0a.m.-2.Op.m.--9.17 -11.15. : -

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CRIB POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

CRIB POINT LINE.' MELBOURNE TO 'FRBANSTON AND HASTINGS. M ,lbourne, dep.'.100 a.m -12.20 p.m. 6.--19.85. `Fninkston, arr.- i0.30oa.m.-1.40 .pm.m Langaton, dep.-10.45 a.m.-1.50 p.m. 8.21-1.14.. Lsn giTirr , ldep.-1 0..? aim:-l~ 9 P0m.'r- Mornington, Junction, dep.-1O.8 axm. 2 p , 2.11?l aSm. - pr . Some.,erville ,d'dep--I1.7 a.m.-2.12 : p.m. Tyabb dep 11.1i a.m.-2.20 p.m.-8.42 Hastings dep.211.25 a..2.N pm 2 -11.45

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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. Saturday, Sept. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. ----+----- Saturday, Sept. 28. Present --Crs. Martin (President), An derson, Brown, Cain, Downward, GriMths, -airs, Patterson and Stanley. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. correspondence.   From Treasury re portion of municipal subsidy £467 16s. 5&L-Attended to. From L. L. Smith re delay in forwarding returns.-Returns have been since for warded. From Public Works Department, as to the length of roads metalled and cleared throughout the Shire.-Attended to. From Lands Department, asking value of Ediwards' land, Sorrento.-Secretary said £12 were due for rates.-To be at tended to. From Constable Nolan re assessment of Hotel properties at Sorrento and Portsea. Information forwarded. From Shire of Maryborough. forwarding resolutions at meeting of delegates, and aslting? Council to be represented at meeting     to be held on 1st prox.-Cr. Cain was ap pointed. Cr. Downward stated he would als...

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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889

XORNINGTON AND FEANKSTON TO MELBOURNE., Moruinaton,4.dp.-7.4OLm.-1.O-4.5p m -Moorooduc; dep.-7.5a a.m.-12.1a p.m. ,ý ::. >.4.15-7J3--4.28: . Morminugtom Junction, dep..8:5i an.m. 12.25 p m.-4 -X7.35-9.40:" Laigwaria..4ap:.+&1O a.m12.30 p.mt * 45057T443445* * Frmakmtou, "rr.-8 20+ a~.-12.40 'p.m. Franubon; dep.-7.25 ann.-8.27-s.o5 i2.45p m.-2.11--3 5.5---.-7.67-10.0 . * Meolbounearr. 8.40 am.-9.40-10.1G0 2.0' p in.-3.31-6.1O--6.lO.-.l7-11.15.

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