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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) &nbsp; Three men named John Morse, John Holz and Michael Ankins were arrested on suspision of having stolen a quantity of spirits from the Sorrento Hotel, on the 24th. :ind were bailed out. Credit is due to Constable Nolan. We are toi hre ste iliboit 'eriec three times a week during the winter, the P. S. Nell'will leave the South W'harf ',ei' Modilday, Weilnesdiay aind Friday ,stopping at Sorrento all night, and rdturning on thle following morniig :at 8 ai. m: Tleii abovie will be ;t great CoiVOniiencid to the inhabi taunts, 4and should he elcouraged a1s it has1 been a' _!great drawback ;t tithe lphlee having no commnnllllitioin with Melbourne in the winter monthi. TIfero-i. 1s in 14nor .bout, tli hat Mr Coppin intenids building at lirge Coffee Palace this winter, close to the Back Beach, if such is the, 'case, it will be a greiat IlTIliitioli to the pla?. :, .a , we have nothingl like silflicient .aco)m1o dation for visitors" durinlg lthe sniiie...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
AIOORABBIN. M?et in the Shire Hall, South Brighton. first Monday in each month. PRE-SIDE.T : W. G. Burgess, J.P. CouxcILLons: North Riding--W. G. Burgess, Hon T. Bent, F. Hollier. Scuth Riding- C. J. Plotts, W. Lamb Smith, E. L. Vale. East Riding- D. McSwain, R. Mills, F. LePage. West Riding -J. J. Daly, D. Abbot, E. Barnett. Secretehry-John Keys.
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
FLINDERS AND LKANGERONG. Meets at Droanana the last Saturday in each month. PRnS.DET : A. Downward, J.'. CCU:CIr.Lcas : East Riding--D ?lairs. J.P., A. Down ward, J.it., . Stanley. Centre Riding- -. Baldry, J. C. Grilliths. WI. Brown. West Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECIETARY : Peter Nowlan. TREASUREr: T. B. Muntz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
S SIIRES'. DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the . Saturday before full moon. PRESIDf?fN *: A. Downiward, J.P. COUNCILLos : North Riding-J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Fraukston). East Riding--H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), 1'. Thornell (Somerville). West Ridini--J. E. Adams. A. Downward, J.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (M\orningtou). Srcmn:rl'r AND ENG:NEER: 11. E. aocrs (Mornington).
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
2iORVING2TO "! ----+--- (FRno ouao ows CORRESP'ONDET.) The wnant of aresident.Tustice of the Peace is.much felt .t. Mornirigton, it being impossible at timesi' for .days together to secure the service of a magistrate to sign a summonsbor other legal document; that. some.improve. ment is wanted is generally admitted on all sides and it would certainly be a great: convenience to the public generally 'if somie one residing withiii th- lowai'iails 'werel appinted. If rumor be only true there will be ain appoiiitment that will geimeially sur prise malny, but the merit of the ease will lhe that the gentlemiina will be evsy of :ceess :it all reasoilable lil'us. This i.i not tlhe Counl'y Ie?'ald'n tip of lanst week. The memnihers of the Miorlnington Shire Council beat thle recordl on iSaturday last, getting through all bllsiilln? half-pn.st three. A dulnesiqs seeminllg to peiasliade all mnd a genleral desire iappareniltly being to get done and awi ,.13. . Sickness is' ve?'y prevalent just a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
CAPSULES. These are now used in the Hospitals of Paris h4 place of Copaiba, Cubebs and astringent liquids and will cure in forty-eight hours all derngaement of the Urinary Organs in either ma without inconvenience of any kind. G.mxauor & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRL1MAULT'S VEGETABLE MATICO INJECTION and CAPSULES. Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are always effective. They insure rapid and extraordinary cure of severe recent, and chronic eases of disease. They are used in the Hospitals of Paris by the celebrated Do. RICORD, and are found greatly superior to all remedies hitherto known. GmtIAULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRIMatULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES OF CAN'ABIRs INDTCA. Have been tried in the Hospitals and found to ive immediate relief in allcases of ASTHMA NERVOUS COUGHIIS. HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE. FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. Gatnasms & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. SICK HEADACHES, NEURALGIA. A single...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
(FnRM ouR owx ConiRESPONDENT.) ,. The twio entertainments i.en'tioned previously by me were unqualified successes. On Friday evening last 'the first dno?of the'' tivo- ?-ts given, this was in aid of the Building and Piano Fund of the Mechnnics' Insti tute, ':The other-~c Moiday ?ecleuing lnst was in aid of the funds of the Dromana Literary Association. :On Tuesday evening a publIc' meet ing wias ,held in the Mechanic' Institute, to take into consideration the present jetty accommodation. It was unanimously iresolved toii'sk the imiember for the district Dr L. L. Sniith, to arrange for a deputation to wait upon the Commissioner of Cus tomns, tizik'i iiicihrepresentations to him as would induce him to authorise theimmediate construction of afurther e.xtesioni, the new? piece just added being quite useless, and worse than that, for- as it is at present; it is a hinde'rainic.to dteaiiners ;cidlingi the jetty. u:: t . ' One of the men workingat the jetty here had a very, narrow escape fr...
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE PANAMA CANAL. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
ENGLISH yELEGRAMS. (FronL the Melbourne Papers.) THE PANAMA CANAL. May 6. The special commission, composed of professional men, which was: alipointed bythe Frdiich Governinielt ito:exammine thwioriks at the?Parnama. Canal' and ridport' to' tihe feasibility, of the scheme and the cost of com pleting it, has prepared its report. The members of the; commission !consider that the scheme is thoroughly feasible.- The question is merely one of '.tiine 'nd 'money. Tliey estimate that. [am sum. of' 900,000,000 -fr. (£36,000,000) would be required to carriy the banal to' completion. 'The time required to finish the work.would be from seven to eight years. The commission suggest that the principid maritime powers, who would reap,. .large' advantage tfrom the :opening of the . canal, shouild be re quested to consider, a proposal.:that they,., should guaranitee .the 'funds required.
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
FLIlDlERS. (FROM on Uow COBRiESPONDENT) Messrs W. Brown and .T..Kennedy, have been appointed Trustees of the Fliniders Cemetery, in place of MIessrs Tuck and Martin, deseased. A' lecture was delivered in the Flinders Mechanics' lnstittite, on the 30th ult., by the Bev. W. M?cBride, the subject being ".Tohn Bright " and the interesting and instructive manner in which'it was handled was greatly appreciated by an attentive audience. Sacred music was contributed at intervals by the Presbyterian choir, Miss J. Martin, presiding at the harmoiaum. The proceeds to be de voted to tho Presbvterian hymIn book fund. Mr W. Segravo occupied the chair. Its probable that letures will be given by the Revs. W. 8. Rolland and V. McBride, at 1ýlinders on the 30th inst. The Balnarring cricketers visited Flinders on, Saturday, last, and de feated the loeil'club in i very 'hollow fashion.
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 10th MAY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUDLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 10th MAY,' 1890. : By the Age. of yesterday we are in formed that there is such an over whelming rush of deputations, from the various centres asking for the consideration of i~ew lines, that Mr Gillies has decided. to receive no more deputations for some time to come. We carn readily understand why such an occurrence as this has arrisen. The Goveinmiient have been most sudcessful in floatinlg. their., new.,loan on the English maiket for £4,000,000. The principal of this suml is to be expended in the construction of new lines, and we can easily imagine there is sure to be a general scramnble for a share of the good things to come, the general opinion prevailing that the firt . come first served. In a previous issue of this journal we brought under the notice of oir readeis, what hais been much t lked about, and acknow ledged by all, if conferred, no doubt would be of great advantage and 'assistance to ithe neighborhood, vi...
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 6th May. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
LOCAL MARKETS.. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 6th May. Howard and Scott report :-Dairy Cattle a moderate supply,;' Milkers selling up to £10 us; Dry cows and young stock,' not very many yarded, and were all disposed of at prices ranging about late quotations. A' small. supply of pigs to" hand of all descriptions, baconers and heavy weights selling up to 60s. Porkers sold to 32s 6d, stores 10s and 'slips 13s. There was a good supply of calves to hand, and all of which were disposed of at full market rates. They also report having held their usual'monthly uiles at Cranbourne and Tanti, which passed very satisfactorily.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
FOOTBALL. The IHastings Football Club held their annual meeting in the lRadinsg Room, on Saturday last, a good attendance was present, and the members of the team showed a. great deal of enthusiasm. Mr D. J. Hamn presided over the meeting and after a few opening remarks, called on the Secretary to read the balance sheet, which was adopted. Office bearers were: elected for the season. Messrs Thornhill and Sawyer were elected vice-presidents, Mr J. Watson re-elected secretary and captain, aMr D. J. Hamn vice-captain, Mr A. White head treasurer, and a coummittee of Messrs Kemp, Bond, HaR , .Watson and Prosser were elected as a combined match and general commnittee. The subscription for the year was raised to avoid necessary calls as in former years. The result of last year's matches tre : played "9, won 4, drawn 2, lost 3. Goals won 18, goals lost 10, goal kickers J. Watson 4, G. Watson, Kemp, Prosser, and Lee 2 eaeh, 3.J: Joes, W. Jones, Napoli, Sheehey aind Ball oine each. The team p...
RIFLE SHOOTING VICTORIAN RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
VICTORIAN RANGERS. The first coinpetition for the new trophy presented liv the officers of the company, was held last Saturday afternoon, May' 3rd, at Williunstown. About 21 memnbers of the coIpany were present and fired for the trophy at ?I( ? , a50,_6( l "yar%, under the coltrol of the rifle`lub. '. imH .lap T'.t. Sergt A. McKittrli ... 2 80 Privt P. Ockeaidln .: 4, 78 Privt S. Dociora.. ...25 78 SSorgt G. Po: . .. 25 .p 77 Sert G. Hawker ... 7 Copr A. Blencowe ... .. 14 72 Liout McKnight .. 2" 69 Privt A. J. Clarke ... ... 25 16 Privt C. H. Allen... .. 8 67 Privt P. Watt : ... .25 '66 'Privt-F.'Hivan .: :. 325 : 6 Pivt'L. Allen . ... 25 Privt G. Haines" ... ... 25 62 Pr'it H Hiawkins .. . 2 57 Privt F. McKittrick '. 12' 51 ;nce Coprl S:'Chandler ... 18 i Sergt T.'Irvinei . 4 48 Privt P. Allen ... :.. 10' 43 PrivtF. Blencowe ... 14 41I Lnue Coprl H: Clayton 24. 42 Privt Ji EcKay . ...2.. 29 *firFing for the trophy will' be coln tinued again this afterlio0ui"n` at Williainstown iBr...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
* (Fi oxovu OWN COBRESPONDENT.) Deathhah sagninvisited Soiervill, Mrs T.'Uithank who has been suffering-this last eight or nine days from pleurisy, "succumbed to that decease on Wednesday. lbst. The deceased leaves a husband and young family to mourn their loss. Ainonkstthomniasy peast hliciffeqlueni the gardens and destroy the fruit, is the fying fox, and like most theives comes at night, ,but by .the aid of the mnoon some fine ones have been shot, 'oio:m meisuring four feet, foxes are also making their appearance in the district,-and occasionaly make off with poultry, one or two of these have been shot of late. The weather continues dry whichl is .effcecting..tho.. tanks., tle .supply.of-water. in many places being exhausted, much inconvenience will be felt if rain does not fall soon as it is time for lifting young fruit trees, which have almost to be.picked outtat:present.. The Rangers mustered. in force at .the railway station on Tuesday evening last, and were.put through ;an ef...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
8ORRENT'O. (EPnox oun owx CORRESPONDENT) The Inspector of rabbits, and several gentlemen, visited the Ocean Park with the Hion. G. Coppin M.L.C. chairman of Trustees, and expressed them~iseli? higlily' pleaied with the xtenisive improvements. Mr Black pro?ised to.erect a rabbit proof fence from the quaranteen ground for about four miles. ..There..will-.beo a ..great' benefit to the land owners adjoining the Park as it is no doubt an extensive breeding ground for rabbits and foxes., ,.. There has beei'a little mild excitement over the deputation' in-reference to the refreshment rooms at Backi Beach; the opponents of it are quite juibilant over their' success in the matter, if it is the cause of having a large coffee palace erected it willbe a success. .Mr.Coppin was rather severe on the peoplj 'here regarding s'ubscriptions for Town Hall, the time ftor raising :the money was too short. Piir ticulars as to bui:ding, management etc., were too indefinate, besides a good deal of illfeeli...
WAYSIDE NOTES. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
[nr a cya. n?s.] HASTINGS. I ha d often heard of Haistings, iand was told -'tlhait it uwasa proporous fishing village' situated on W?estern 1Port Bay. It mayb be well iiigiuied therefore, that I could not resist the pressure ubrought to 'bear upon ine' t visit Hastings. iHastings ,has iothing of the picturesque to imake.it, attrc tive. There , is really .ino bciaeh to walk on. '"The water comes up at high tide, aiid,:when it Sgoes out it leaves nothing but mud behind it, with a few dead fish here and there that have been thrown out of the 'boats. There is'! nothingiattractive iii the scenery, unless, an Australian: bush can be considered attractive. :The country., just in, this placeis, flit;"";and` the trees have been allowed to crowd the little township elose to the waters' edge. But this state 'of thing; Will soon be remided soon, for the land is being purchased all rouind by enter prising mii wlho iiteiid to clear "the Australian' gun iii oider '.to : creet beiatifuil Lottages. ...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
FRUIT GROWIING INDUSTIY. The i~eather recently experienced has beei favorable to the ripening of fruit trees.- The rains in March came before any serious 'check' to growth" was given, and. in. time to assist the swelling'f 'the iter'i ajples and pears, which,. according.. to.. a:, gardener, of experience, increasedby 100 per cent. in consequence of the rain, which ac counits for the magnificent apples now being sent to market: from the'later districts. Although the. soil has becohe hard .in places, its ?i eierally in good condition to.:boe prepared for planting, so that those who intend to plaut.will either have it. ready ..or be busy breaking it up in preparation. we, would . again earnestly urge jiltlttelfo' o0 ai'e their :tir?s` more room than generally allowed. The best growers,, both in Britian and America, are unnmiiimously of opiioii that the minimnum distance between the trees should isot be less than 30 fiet, and Also'that 40 feet is' still better. It really does seem absur...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890
ITEMS OF-NEWS ,ON Tuesdays Constable Moore arrested a eman rnamed. ,Willa~i Anderson for, die orderly conduct He weas taken before 'Mir Thoimpsoni:J:'P: on Wednesday and. was fined 10.: O i'i - :?PFo several council meetings complaints have been received from correspondents of the neglect of the nightlman. In order to put a stop to this neglect the council decided to enforce the penalty for neglect at Mornington. Air important matter was brought before the shire council on Saturday last and I resulted in a motion being carried that application be made to the Post-Master General that the radius for the deliverv:ofb letters! at. Frainkston and Moiniihgton be extended to one mile from the post office. MR GRAssKy, watchmaker, of Frankston, has been appointed by;Professor,Elleryto takle charge of the barometer on the beach. The instrument is to be repaired and cleand and a dailyregister will bi fl'taken. A rain guage is also to be, provided and a record kept. . 1 Mns. BARRY, of Hasting, ...