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CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOL PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

CATHOLIO SUYDAY SCHOOL PIo--VIC A very pleasant gathering t ok place in llthi Frakston PIark, on Sat}nr dlay, 24th May. The children attend ing the Catholic S?bbath Sechool wmitih their friends, met in the Park during the afternoon and a pleasant hour's amnusment was spent by the children in running for soiue very nice toys etc.. given by 'their' elders. Mr J. Leahy ats judgec and Mr Moor as, handicapper and starter, carried out thlir reseective duties ni a very. satis factoiry nlinner; the latter' shewed his ability and knowledge of those Who competed, by the very close : ftir.ishes that resulted. After the children had weon all. the prizes, an adjoournment was mnade to the shady velnue, where ta sumptuous spread was provided by the Misses C ihil and Miss:-A: -Lowe. After. whieh:the prizes were: lainded over to the winners, neiarly all the little folks receiving a prize of some sort, which gave entire satisfaction. -Three cheers having been given for the hulies who provided the goo...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

MOO1AIIBIN. ictL in the Shire Hall, South Brighton' first Monday inll ac1h month. P'1?SIDIEtNT : W. G. Burgcss, J.P. COUNCILLOIs?: North Rliding-- W. . G. Burgess, lion T. ient, F. Hollier. Scuth Riding-' C. J. Potts, W. Launb Smith, E. L. Valo. East Riding- D·l cSwain, It. Mills, F. LePage. West liding -J... 1. Daly, D. Abbot, E. S larnett.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

-.'FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at Dromiana the last Saturday in each month. 1'Pill)? ,?T : A. Downward, J.P. COUxCILLOILs: East Riding--D. Mlirs, J.P., A. Down ward, .l.P., IR. Stanley. Centre ]liding- -. Baldry, - J. C. Grifliths. W. Brown. West Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P.. J. Cain, J.P. SECIIETARY: Peter Nowlan. 'J'REAU. ER: 'T. B. 31untz.

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

SHlIRES' DIRECTORY. Meets il Mornington Shire Ilall the Saturday before full moon. PIESIDENT : A. Downward. J.P. CouxcIIL.ois : North ]tiding--.. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., ;and C. J. Fox (Frankstou). East i.iding-li. II. Peddle (Ilastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West IRidin;--.I. E. Adams, A. Downward, .1.1'., W. n1. Irvine, .,.1'. (Mlorniagton). SECI. . oor s (oAni n ?I·to n I1. E. Moors (Mornington).

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

.ulOliNYI, GTO V (F'ito?r. ouri ows COmiEsros'E.T.). Q?ute a gloom was cast over our township on Moniiday moiliing,n wihen it became known that the illness of Miss'IlettilTUnthaiik had l terminated fatally, and it seem s hai'rd to realise -thatron'eorrecittlv'sen in-iuruidsr had gone to her lotng home :':The deceased young ladly waas much 9re spected; being an especial favorite lihad won many 'friends' by her pleasing manner and obliging nature, she was also a mnembier of the Choir at tit. Peter's Church: of England, where her voice will be sadly missed. MuIhch svnmpathy is expressedl for Mr Unthank's f:lmily iii their l)ererivedie;I t. The presentinutbreak of typhoid fever in Morningtoni. is causing a deal of :lnlxictvy, an: it is generally admitted that a litle illl're attenltion on thepart of thie Ispector of Nuisances to his duties wi.nll be nefelical to the health of tim e ln:nul itv. That a more 'ellicients ifii, tio" o"f ?tlih r trious' In k .. r .d ! l.li-ai,/.? al,,i? i. 'i...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

NIAILS DELIVERIED AT' FRANKSTON. 'ron Alelboluirne-1-9 Lil. in nd 3 p.m. i'r'om lorniingtIon-!19m.a.m. and 1 p.m. F'lmll lDronllna-l. ain.l Fromi Soimlrviullc ad lIHstingsl-1 p.im. l'rom Cowes and - San iRico-Mondaly, \VWednesday and Friday-1- p.m.

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

(rii'io ocit OW' COiitnvsrOi)oN T) Scerict ill hbe hcid at the 'Presbi teriki C(hiirch onil Sitund?j moriliilg at 1.1 min.; i'by the:leii McBlride. The usual temperance meeting was held ait the Mlechanies' on Wednesday night, there was a very go?"d attendaince and sonic capital sirsing, the meetings seenmto begaiinig int popularitv from the i?crenieda attendance latelv:,. SThe-"eontraietfor t~ie alteratibi o adl repairs to Sorrento hoteli has bcen secured by1 ;Messrs lickfotrd iand Son the iw.ll; kniwn t: rt deenmltor , of little Collisik StreeM,hMehlioirne. ?:hq liiiildiig is tiio be re,?ova'ted'l hiiditghout in firsts clti s tyle. P'tli' Im e1irgi of slee ?er? hive arrived foi lavingl :anothlit ihi :o rnils? for. 'Memnhersi of the Athletic Cliib are reminidel ?that the first 're tr et iii will l iihehld rat thie .M[ornig ton Ilotel' on "aturda in ghmt: at Vjdpinm.. sharp. Tendeis will be received :for metal-` ling: Spunitiers Rit 1, oni Satuirdayv at Mechanics' lustitu:e.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

4jENE1I.AL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FU.ANKSTON AS UNDER.. For M134onc-7.45 .Inn.-12 noon S.10 p.1m!. For 1lhoiiington-!!. 5 n.ujx.-2.1~5 11.11. For Cowes :ind San ]:cI!Io-Tueosday, - 11101Od:Lay aind Saturdaty-O.12 a.x.'

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

tOxP a3 SHIRIiE UOU - CIL. Saturday, May 31st. :' The above Councri vas-iheld! it the Shire Hall, at the usual hour. The following were present :-Crs Irvine IPeddle (li thelchair)i, Fox,- lB3o; $outer, San yer, and Adauns. The minutes of the adjourned slecial;lmeeting were: read:iand con ;firmed.. "` Cr Fox siid secing there was such a small attendance of councillors he thouightit was notadvisiblo that tlie on firmation ofi the mlotion authorising the loani proposa:ls for the North and East Ruidngs should be brought on for confirmation --He- would therefore imove thiat the special meeting be ad journed .andthat a.call of the Council bemiadci forMobudiiyi.Tunue the 1ith, at two o'clock. - Cr Irvine seconded the motion. CrE:outer, pointed out')that i,,lnder tho ulocith(lGovrerinenll t {A-cti, wlien a. call of the t'ouncil was made, any councillor not attending, without giv ing a gbiid'-rasýisi ý'for .not doing so, was liable to a fine of £5. It would be well if this was borne in minid...

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RIFLE SHOOTING VICTORIAN RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

RIFLE SHOO2TIoG VICTORIAN iRANGERS. The third competition for th~ Officers'. Trophy, took place on! Saturday last; , May 31st, at Williamstown, wheh about 24 members of the company took' part. The following are the scores:- Names. j' S BergtO. Hawker ... 30 31 21 0 84 5 PrinvtS.Docwra ...241 27.21, 8 . Coprl S. Chbuudler .. 31 16 16 17 Coprl A. Blencowe ... 23 25 141 80 Coprl A. Townsend ... 23 18 14 2277 1 Prirt F. Alien .- 1 2215 1 7 73 Leiut IcKnlght . :.. 25 25 16 \5 71 PrivtC. E; lescsse .:.16 27 8 -20 71 SergtA.McKittrick-L-. 22 17 16 13 70 Priot F. Bleucowe " 1 23 LuceCoprl D. McQuecn 2 0 3125 60 Sergt G. Pope .. 13 13 4 59II Print G. Clayton ..3 11 10 5 59 Privt H. Clayton: ..: 16 11 ;52.'57 Print P. Ockenden .. 2112 .16 .7 56 PrintG.,inHinesa . Si8 18 13 '6, PrivtG.Staynor .., 15 11 7 17 50 PrivtP. W?Vtt ... 21 0 017 47 Prit A. . Clark ... 2 0 144 PrivtW. Reid .. 19 2 0 12 PrivtJ.Friday .- ' ', 0 13 0 253 Prit L.Allen ... 0 8 6 25 Prit F. Scarborough ... 8 0 0 25 :3

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

- ' ITEMS OF NEWS. It will ib seon in our advertising col umns, that a grand military concert is to be given in the Mechanics Institute, Frank ston. j (Tlhs ill be tlo firstjiiailitafiy ori cert igiven here, add will no doutbl prove a great success. Oa,Tuesday last; ainost .enjoyabl0. race meeting 'was held: it I Baxter 'sa -'latRBe. Course. The attendance was good, and the- different-events-were-well-contested. A number of visitors were conveyed from the,'metropolis by special trains; ;The. results of th6 day's ziecting .will be' foind' in our sporting notes. On Wednesday last the members of the local Hunt Club had a most successfiilisru in the vicinity of Langwarrin. The menm bers left Frankston about 10 a.m., and did not return until 5 p.m. As a result of the day's sport two kangaroos, two 'wallabysi Andlonht haie) "slkillUdi. I I . We would remind our Hastings readers that the bazaar in aid of the three local churches, given by Mrs Barry, will be openedtoiay. Adiission is" y the...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 7th JUNE, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

,.Not timidly, nor rashly." PIUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 1fMORNING. 7th lNE, 1890. Ix this week's issue of a contempory" a longletter appears from the pen of Mr Michael Elliott, the well-known propounder of the Dandenong Water Supply :Seheme. In th: letter re ferred i th!tlt gentlemani endeavors (evidently.to his own satisfaction), to prove that his scheme is the best one for Frankston and Mornington, and he is evidently of the opinion that the water will be conveyed to us at absolutely a trifllng cost, and tflat the loss will be entirely ours if i:e do not accept the proposals that have been made by him. The most casual or superficial elrlNal of the letter, will show that howcver great the writer's experience may, be as ? an engineer, that his knowledge of the FrlinkSton locality is very limited and that he his therefore unable to form or give a just opinion of our resources as regards water supply. " On two occassions" he observes " I visited I' ralikston and made : careful examina t...

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FRANKSTON V HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

FRAYlKSTO V HASTI WS This match takes place to day. The following will represent Frankston : lenttick, Box (2), Clarlke (2), Cottier, Brummond, Dean (2), ahlnan,.Granit,. .Timmaeyw! TLawrey;! . Mason; jMbulday,: - Sdtterrson;+Rynolds; Salier, Thomas Wvestaway.

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FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON v. WOODSTOCK [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

- J!OOi'J LL. ston?'gi~duiid lIas Sat tiil y.:, The wea ther was;- very suitable for the gaine amd nlthe g'roiind was w il first class order. The 'visitorsiarrivied ivith' only 17i-mnc;u id t iti' lhel ii capthini decidedl tohelly the pineiio iinhbei, thusq meeting ..their oppoinents on · eqiiuil ternim;' he Wsood'ttik"tenthn wre vers light but cotmpensatedf for this' deficiency by playing the little maiksl to perfection,. lThie game resulted' in ani easy wini for Frnaikston bly f goals 1(i behinds to6 :-behinldr s I' he goals being' kicked by (ratit, Mason, Browis SPatterson,i Box-. and Sadlier; addition to trhose ilentioned; Clarke. )ila'ed a splendid amie, beilg well backed u, byli Reynoldsi ,:.Moulddiy tRitclni, Jituiine alnd Dhl)ulal.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

To Mis EDITOR. SIR.--T notice that our; Hasting .correis pondent chirg gs some resident of .tle township, w"ith firing b;hllets oni Sunday. the 22"th May. Tne nembers of the Battery if anmy one, are the most likely .to fire bullets. On behalf of the -Battery, I deny thib'bitse iuilpitation: . Tho'gitestioii n ?v isked in ia weekly. conteiiipi ary, whea. was our constablo ?j: R; is quituecoilpetiint '(o take :ari, of hiiindelfwe ardjgliii. to; say but prhaips lie was in the viclniity of the township on the look-out for.t!'iosi¶;indi-' viduals who are, or were in the hlubit of firing shot-guns on i'Stinld it" .. . . . '" "~I;~JOS' INGOAMELLS. [In jnstice to our correspondent, we iust inform our .reladers -that-ho .did tnot furnish the report referred to. We re c:'eived it through a c?hannelwhinh we took to li" rliibei . 'We aredsorry ti saty Swe have evidently ,beennisinformed..7

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

FRUIT GROWING INDUS3TRY. One of the largest seizures of in fested fruit that has' takei pjlace : at ITobarit; sa'ss tihe Iasanianuw of: thi 24tlh inst., occured within the past few days, by which over 100 bushels of apples were confiscated. It appears thefruit was sent, .on from, o a re spectable farm at Glenorchy to their steres on the wharf, with the intention of coiverting it into jam. It was seized in the stores by the Inspector, who will now proceed against the: firm for an infringnent of the Codlin Moth Act. A correspondent, M.r. oseph Kin gs bur, writuitg-,from .Nc ewto to the Cunberland Argus on'the 24th 2thinst., draws attention to the great benefits which are to be derived from a abun daut supply of fruit on the tables' of the poorer classes at this season .of thq, , year. Ho states that at. the present timoe dnot 'lpeahli is to be iobtained in the Sydney market, whilst for weeks past, he has had an abundant .supplyfrom,ihis own trees; The fruit hangs??? thi~treese all thr...

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RIFLE SHOOTING AT HASTINGS ON SUNDAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

RIFLE SHOOTING AT HASTINGS ON SUNDAY. TodTHI EDITOR., SDearýSir. -Allow me to positevly. cin Itradiit the issertion nimade 'by your Hastings correspondent,-(whoever he may Ire) in a paragraph which appeared, in your last issue concerning 'tl li?dove Having made full enquiries I find that no shot was fired oli that Sunday,; and that thi gentleman whose name was mentioned as'h?iing in the boat, left Hastings by the 9 3V. p. im., train?for Melbourne on the previous night. As. it it is undoubtedly a reflection on the Hustings BH:ttery and the "locel'lconstable, I trust you will;insert this in your widely circulated hiplper for the benefit of the above. I have the honor to be, Yours etc., ' ? ONE OF THE BATTERY -Juune4th.-1890.( 1 - ,.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not held ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] THE FRANKSTON WATER SUPPLY. RECLAIMING A LOST STREAM. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

EI f CO1RIN?Q i EA1O NliTCE,. "( IWe are aiwayl ready to publish corrrcspondence on oatters of intcrcst, but do not hold ourselves reslansiblo for the opiuions exlprsedo.'y our Corrnopondeuta.-En,. M.S. i . THE FRANKSTON whXTER SUPPLY. RECdIAIMINtGuAs LOSTi STREAM): To THE EDITOR Siit.--Trdl you oblige by inserting this in your nextissue. After repeated efforts I lhave succeeded in discovering a body of water which if properly utilised piiniu onseved will -be' ariply sufficient for the supply of Frankstoi and Mornington, railway , reqire ments, and other places if necessary. Shalve pierced thie streIamI in, everal places, miid in each instance ant buli dtlnt supply has been obtained, in fact it is iard to s3 hint cnquaititer of wateil is obtainable until it is propelrly opened out. 31:3 oi?hitioit? up to the present tiime consist in the cutting of a drain rt chains long n:ld two feet six inches deep, iandi the water from this drain will ii nflodod ii' out lunless sto pped. As firas ...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

(sIto iUrt ow\ CORRESPON-Di*.) I hear that a sunm of .£1500 has been placed upon the estinmates for a further Ox .?i-tioqq 6f t e ,letty herd, so ýthia imall pibloabili' ie anfew montlis we shall haveo an additional 120 feet. This, with the 80 feqt reently added will make up the ex ,tepsion piomnisel'dy tlo ,COnnnisgisoner i'of C|stoms, viz.. 200 feet. When this lengtl is added the Coogee or any such vessel of n siu`ºlatr si'w'wilf bo abTe-to-'lie"a hoTino g in any weather. T?lio enitertaininent given/ oin Molday evening last in the Mechanics' Institute, in aid of the building ??lnikno gfusnit,,was a great success. The programme, consist ing of songs, glees, instrumental music and recitations, was at good one, and the several performers succeeded in pleasing :the audience, who were not slow in showing their appreciation of the efforts of those who occnoiled,the dlaIformn. I hear tlhat the c':oiuntteco intend holding similar entertainmuents every month throughout the year, in order t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER ,m A WIaIOW1 SPECIALIST. DRl . JAIMES D. LLEWELLYN, who is duly1 Qualified and Registered by the Medical Boards of Victoria and Sew South Wales, Is aware that by delprting fromn the usual routine of practice and devoting himsell eaclunvely to a sped al branch, which he has done for some time. he Ia t strietly following the paths of professional etiquette but, as a considerable bodylof the profession are still disposed to strad coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires popularity in the treatment of certain ailments and is really a Medical Spccialist, he does not hesitate to resort to what he considers legitimate means for the purpeseon disarningoynleal criticism, and of ercaging as far as he is alle the con fidence of tie public It is assuredly better to seek assistanee from the qualifed practitioner In preference to the quack. - The truedesignation of quacliery belong to thoeo shameless adventurera who, without a particle of msedical knowledge or a...

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