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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
To Iet. F'lOR SALE-Frankston Railway Station . Estate, adjoining station,: CHEAP LAND for 15s per foot. + Sp:endid oppor unity, easy terms. Plans and particulars: from J. R. PE.TRIE, close station. ºýLO IET -'COMMODIOUS BOARDING R ,.. HOUSE, Near the Railway Station, Frankston. J. J. COIUMTNEY, "Corangamite," Henry Street,'HMawthorn. 7TO'.LET. OR SELL.--Eight roomed i Brick Villa. Apply Office of this Paper. TO LET. - Four-roomed Furnished Cottage, every convenience, in Wil liam Street. Rent low. Apply office of this paper. TO LET. NEW' SHOPS in Bay Street, also .- Cottages. , For particlars apply J. J. COURTNEY, "Cor.ngamite," Henry street, Hawthorn Keys to view at Mr Ferrier's. FoRP SALE or TO LET.-16 acres of Land, Close to South Brighton Station. Apply Tios. LE P.si;i., South Brighton. For Sale. % NTANTE) TO SELL.-Stable, feed liouse, liugg' stied, ' &c., cheap, almost tie:: Apply CLIu ,WEiL, IBnos., .opposite 'station,, lentone. TO LET. Two nine rooieled vill;is in High...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIBE COUNCIL. (Communicated.) Saturday 31st May. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
,I I.T\1II)Jflti \ 1A'% ; kA,\(r} lO\GC ýIL1Wi1F C;OU GCIL:.i .iturtlº i sy. .Ilst Mi ,;Prczi4d lt ''Do~~ uwand,';k tl Cis, M3uiiraI nttcreofl amid Stinire3. 'for.i. ijiripitl - OldOwlfeint: for sig ture:. 'To be atteuded-to. ; :: coincil's attentiofi toaafiendd?l'bound aries of shire 'councils as published in ( Goverunietit Gazette" of 23rd lust. --From- . Blair, complaining of bad state of road leading from his lime kiln to Rye.: To be remedied without From Malleson, Stewart and Eng land,:-forwarding--Tuck'-s title-Re ceived. " From P. Thomlpson, agreeing to lay half. the cost .of culvert at Frour E. lar"'e, secretary Athletic Club, Sorrento. ,re re-grassing of reserve. Received. SFrom :=Nathian, as~'isoiiieor for Mrs: Clarke, Sorrento, whose land was required for tram purposes. .'rom ,R., S. Aniderson and Son, from'solicitors relsalmo.) Receievd. Firom liqllonay .aSling o permission to remove sandfrom'lhill near Flinders for Church of England. : Members of .Central Riding to deal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
Everyone OughAt ot is'iA, If A.gainst Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, IFEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE.- DIRECTORS: THnoxA Mouna-T, ESQ., J.P.,Clhirman. G. D. CAwrER, ESQ., M.P. Tnos. ALrSTO, EsQ., J.P.,Vico-Chairnman. " . G. BENýsG , Esq.,JP. ~ MArTTHri, LANG-, ESQ., J.P. (Mayor" of . ' Melbourne). Hoa. C. J. HAM, M.L.C. LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. Bush Fires and Gam Explosions Covered Without Extra Ciharge. WILLIAM3 MACREDIE, SSecretary. Agent for Frankston-M.LRK l BlIODY. Agent for Mornington-.T. B. WOHUELr,. . Professional. (A CARDnn.) DR. STANLEY V. TIIEED, (LATE DR.. . II. \WLKINSON.) M.B., et. Ch., B. May he Consulted at FRANKSTON-TIHURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DRO3ANA--MONDAYS:. 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1: And at his Private Residence Mornington Daily. DB. STANLEY V. THEED, "Elimhtta," VANCOUVER STREET MO RNIN GTO N. [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. 1(Successor to DR. ATKINS.) May be Consulted Daily...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
:.,. .I:,. .,Bootmakers. .:,,: i S: n ii atoln Bot, W arehouse. . REYNOLDS,& CO, P.RACTICO AL ,B O EOTMA KERS, _ LAA OB and V aried " Stock- of, Ladies' * , and ioentlemen's Boots and Shoes .lways on hand...': Boots ofTS and scripHOES1 made: to Order. '"i ýJ Fit Guaranteed D Rep:irs Neatly Executed.; e A TELBO ESPECU LLY SOLPRICES. BOOT AND SHOE AREHOUSE. MCRTOSKELL, PRITCADIE & METE0., _ 3 N-SToREET, ndMOIIDkItLLOCn B)OOTS and SHOES made . to, order; R; epneirs Neatly Executrs d; Ready MadeBoots and Shoes Below, Melbourne ATRIAL RESPEOTFULL'YSOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate 'Agents. CROSRELLS, RITCIIIE ALSO LAND., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctioneers, :House and* Land Agents, HORSES, CATTLE, Sc.; ALSO LAND S HOUSES,. FURNITURE, &c: .Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Ace':AonbntSalie Promptly IBendered.., FISH MARKET, MELBOURNE T. I. DAVEY, ESTATE ANiD COMMISSION AGENT,,FRANE STON. TN conjunction with t...
FRANKSTON WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
FRANKSTON WAl ER JSUPPLY. i It will ie in the ret?iendxbranme of our readers that at at public meeting hold-soume time since, it was resolved that an experts opinion should le obtainied' regiardiing the water resourees in our locality:.- n-order to carry the resolution into effct, :Mr Muntz, who is wall known thrloughout the distlct, as an engine?er of ability and also te uanintl with the district, ;visited. 'this plice disring thte week for the purpose of nmaking an inspection of the site where it is thought a good supply of water is obtainable. Several places were visited, nuiongst which was the site that has been mentioned* on Mr Clarke's land. We are informed that Mr Muntz reports favorably and is cofident that a good water supply is obtainable in the district without any great engineering difficultis. In order to further test the, nighbourhood, the engineer will 'shortly take proper levels and send in an oficiai report. -:
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
SCTIENTFIC AND USEFUL. A new mode of obviating the vi bration of engines bolted to floors where no satisfactory foundation can be had has been fo;lnd out. These engines' usually give a lot of trouble, antid search for a remedy as heretofore been disalilointin. - At a sugar factoy in: lPl.tdelphia, where engines were required on third and fourth storey floors, the eginesi ' :;huniig heavy weights from the' bottom of the engines, so that these could not shake without comllmunicating motion to the weights. Although the weights are freely suspended in the air, they absorb the -'irbr?ations from the engines as .well.as if- they--were- foundations on the" solid ground. This is veritably ai valuable. discoveryi and it iiay even be. held /to be something new under the s'tii. A. foundatiom in the air would s'ecnrto be something akin to to the " biaseless fabric of i vision," and yet it is a very. substalitial verity. The mysteriousl disease, " aI ibona," which: sends its 'viitiunis to sleep,...
VICTORIAN FISHERMEN'S UNION. [GIPPSLAND STANDARD] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
1-:01P1O.AND !.RTASlDAl rsj] A' meetiiig .iif:,neinberins. cobiposing the.. South :Gi(pplaihd..Ilanch. of the above", union' tWas" held at ,the Ship Hotel, Port Albert, oni Saturday the Ioth inst.; (:Mr William Robertson in the chair), for the purpose of meeting Mr Joseph Cox, grand president of the Victorian ishermwue' Uniciu, anut hearing from him. some particulars in regird to thbe lroposltions that had' already' beeie' iplaced befo;re other branches of. the unioin for placing the fishing, industry'on a smore s:tisfac tory basidithan ii was the case at present --more l.particulaily in regard to the dispoisal of fish 'in the Melboinie market. Mr Cox, in opening the business of the evening, said it was his first oflicial visit to pdrt Albert though the monem bers of this branch had been pretty well posted Up in regard to, what had ben 'done by othier biiranch, and by himiself as their 'president. If any thing had been. done,. however, to which they the fishermen, took ex ceptioii l...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 June 1890
[Bi EAiLrY BranD.] ing 'fixtures ' for 'next week: " MONDAT. - 9T JUNE. Entries for Epsom Meetinig 14th. Entries for. Elsternwick Park 21st. . Entries for Mentone Meeting 17th. Entries for Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechase 12th and 19th July.': Weights for Cranbourne lth. Weights for Bairnsdalo 1st July. Acceptance and General Entry for, St. Arnaud 11th. TUEsDAY, 1?iTH JUNE. N WEDNESDAT, "11T JUNE. St. Arnaud Meeting. !: Cranbourne Meeting.. Entries for. Bendigo Jockey' Club Winter Meeting 25th. THURSDAY, l2TH'Ji E. Weights for Mentone 17th.. Aeeeptance for Winter Stakes A.J.C. _Winter Meeting 14th.. . . FRIDAY, 13Ti JUNE. Nil. " SATURDAn , 14TH JuNE. Epsoam Meeting.?. A.J.C. Winter Meeting. I have at times put the whip on handi cappers, trainers, stewards, proiimoters of 'racing andi others connected'. with" th1b sport of kings, and I ant just going to put the whalebone on the jockey this: trip, I am not going to punish hint too much,' as 1 shall have a cut or two left forhim ...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
Mect in the Shire Hall, South ]Brighton. first Monday in each month. lRlESIDEN'T: ? ." G. -u?? rgoss, JiP. COUNCILLORSoi: North Hiding-W. G. Burgess, lion 'C. Boten, F. lIollier. Scuth Iiding C. J. Potts, W. Liunb : Smith, E. L:VVale. East RidiIg- .D. 3cSTwain, R. Mills, F. LePage. WViest.imding-J. .J. Daly, D. Abbot, E. S,- -ee a n let. Scec tary-.236III' Keys.
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
IANDEJIIS 'AND 'KANGERONG. 3rccts at Dronumat the last Saturday in ch month. A Downwitrd, J.P. : COUxcILLoI-s: East Riding--D. Mair, J.P:, A.: Down wiard, J.P.,' N. Staile y. Centre Riding -.' Baldry, J. C. Grillitlhs, W. 'BroIwn. West Riding-W. Patterson, R. And6ison, : J.P., J. Cain, J.P. - SCRETARY:* P 1et? rNor~ lii.v Tu:AsuniE : . B. Mnuntz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
SIII RES' I)IRECTORY. • ?MORNINW'GTON. ,Meets in M1orningtoll Shire tall the S:aturdy bhefore full moon. PrESII)NT : A. I)owlinard, J.P.. Couxcia.Lous: .- North ltidiug-J..D. Box. C. Souter. J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankstun). East Riding--l. 1f. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West ]riding--.. . EAdams, A. Downward, J.'., I'V. JI. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECc.'raYi O'I)D. ENOI EEli: 11. E. Moors' (Mlornington).
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
.ITLEMS OF NEIVES. On Monday next, a special meeting ,of the-1Iornington Shire Council,will be heldfq ji'dt (business:s ' bo"ng i the onmderattoni of1fthe proposSi lan' for the North and East Ridings. .SDrmig t'o -reek?.lk levelshihli h:bedu' taken by an engineer at the various sites that have been pointed out for a water supply for Frankston. - A short time ago it was sjailp in ."t1r cl`l softis Juitetpory.vb Mr was inpure, and the color i o s4I enough to stain white p. It will no donbt be gratifying to our i;cederd;so learn that the Frankston .water has been analysed by the Gove-eiimeit analyst anmd he has pronolunced) the ,atr'to be' pure, and it. -ll, coif paie fi'ornil h withi my pan' o 't]6 colony?', . 1 : /.' The: engineer who has taken the levels for thi ,Fk ikston wvatersupply, is not faivorably" informed with. Mr Elliot's Dandenong psrooil?,i 't[ pointis out, that anll' eleviation of ~240 feet between Frankston and Mforn ingtoni; over -which the \vatei" will have .to be ca...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
'5ltu ri, has it-that Mr Coate thie contractor fr the extension oft jetty and wharf has thrown up the j if so it certainly seems strange, seeing t~iat tihtrr s?'e 'wo o1" thie feuaderi' wtlhiuafift?- poundo s o]f-·'he" accepted' ollne. ie cforts of the lades who inuter elitd'd ,telmmsel1es jir 4he tCake. i anl Apron Fair held on-Saur last were well rewar e a sum amounting to inenily sixty,pounds vas 1takeit dur sIii" the'evening. Tihe fatitr o the evening being- tlhe. gricefultl number of little girls under the tiition of Miss Cook. A special meeting of the Shi o Council is to be held on Mondayilrnet4 toiiGudly, softle tleproposal to borrow £4,500 for urgout works in the North and Eaust Ridings, no shirking of the matter is to be allowed any longer, co Ucilloril nig'.th tegd? withl the It&&uihlco. a Shie oeimis haveI bgen kept extremely busy diluing thel, hlit week recoving paymtet of rates, ad I understand will be able to report a hu'ageriniuiblcr up on tl1' iiuniii...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
-4-C-- ( '?0 r ,oaur owx colatEsroNmsNr) i.,Iti iniot often that a place of 1 ' sze of hii'tings can boast of two charitable projects coming off in the same-week,---On-1Friday evening last a ball was held in the reading room f ot tljoqpp l. rgisilg fqulds"to , 'weid'S t pr'e en in grceat irou~ble, and to present Guard ( leeson" (who recently lost his hamn a ! thet ho ili ld1Mt bye the d ings. There was a f.i r attendance, :tint refreshments of a appetising kind i.hre Uro iv bY41Wr (. ooperc of the R/oyal IHotel, whose daughter Miss Cooper, presided at the supper table, and spared no labor or trouble to make the affair a success. Dancing !was epI ke u" iw ih sigqaa.}tlj Ittssi 'hour to I ; iub I Messrs 4oweco and Reid. . flu ilot ill a osl ttjnJt present to give the amount !realized on Saturday afternoon and evening. - S:The looked for bazaar given by 'Mrs 1Barry took place on Saturday last, 'inadiwasi?a' ircat ?ii.t&ss,. 'At the con Icdlisioiu bfithe liroeceeirig.Cr Peddle p...
THE FRANKSTON CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
TJ[E FRA]i'. ANKS1TON CEMETERIY. introduced 'to the Chief .Seretary the trustees of the .lF kstonii C(inetery Reserve, for the purpose of asking for the assistance of the Government in getting the Reserve into a fit state for use. Mr Stuart saiil the .nd'tter was one of the greatest importance, as the "comnetrics around Melbourne were getting full, and there was therefore a necessity - foi furtheri aiicomoda tion. Mir ? Fitzgibbon, the Town Clerk of Melbourne,a ubmitted to Mr Deakin, or the.. consideration of the Govern maent, is bill which ihad been' prepaftll by the trustees to d(li with the rescrrive.: lie explailed the various clauses of the measure, and referring to one section inl which it was proposed that the municipalities. should contribute pro ratan certiiinimum yearly for the iu provement of the ground, and that Fitzroy alone had objected to it., That city proposed as ?in alternativW?that the trustees should be emipowered to borrow the necessary money. The proposal had h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
Everyone O-iht to ?-sare TH' kATIONAt INSURANCE COPAN OF AUSTRALASIA, HEAD OFFICE: Cornir of COLLINS AND MARKET SEETSMELBOURNE. DIRECTORS : ToRaoie MooIur; Es~Q; J.P:; Chairman. - G. D. CARTER;Eq, Es.; M.P uoe. ArA -Esq4l . J?'P, "Vice.Chairsn. B. G. BENSON, Esq., J.P. SiiaTr?w ?.LAei?,? ?, JePi- 0(Mayor! of Melbourne). HoN. c. J. Hax, .L.C. * w OWEST CTERENTT RATES~OFPPRxEmUf S Bush F?i's and Gas Explosions Covered Witlou Extra Charge. - ILLIAM MACREDIE, Agent for Franketo'n--MxRK BROD. . ZAgdt for Morninoon-J. E.- WORRE." . - (A CRD.) DR.c:STA.LEY V., TREED, Mý,B.] t. Ch., B. May be Consulted at FRANKSTON-THURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANAr-MONDAYS 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS -11 to 1. " And atibis Privati iRsidence lMorningtoni Daily. DL. STANLLT V. TREED, A.. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. May be Consulted Daily at his Residence, - "TATIAA," r.."BA STREET, FRANK-S,TON.: .;.. * He May also be- Consilted at - - . HASTINGS' PAt Mr. Cooper's Bay-View Hotel every * Wednesday~ ...
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 10th May. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
h A e . ", IiOCALMAiK.ETSP DANDENONG, S Tuesday i10th May.$ . Howard and Scott report :-Dairy Cattle : A fair supply in, the bulk of them being medium quality ?really/good. milkers were as usual much required for and sqldlup to 1eio 15s.' Springer-s ..Very fow vin, best selling to £8. ?Dij cows and young stock: "A good number'yarded, quotations ruling slightly easier. Pigs: A large. supply:'of all descriptions; prime lporkers - being scarce; considering the quality penned prices were about equal to" last week's rates; baconers, heavy weight, to £3; light do to 50s; porkers, best. to 30s mediuuii, 25s to .0s; i others froth :18s ; forward stores to 29s Od; medium to 20s others to l1s; slips to los; suckers, 5s to 8s. Calves : A small supply which quitted at high rates. They also report having 'held their: usual-nonthlr: sale.:at1Cran bourne a large.fnumber of stock being yarded, the bulk of which were disposed of at satisfactory prices. "' r Joseph Clarke'` and Co., report : Dairy ca...
LOCAL OPTION MEETING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890
LOCAL OPTION MEETING AT FRANKSTON. .Thllabove meeting was held in `the Temiperanci IAll, on Thursday "eveni iag,last. The Frankston Temperance 'Baud paraded the streets shortly be fore tle mileeting, and by this means a very fair gathering was brought to gether. The chair was occupied by the Rev.. R. O. Cook, who after the usual. opening excersion, and a 'few introductory remarks called upon two members of the band Messrs Overton and Presser to play a duet'" The Wandering Stars, " which was nicely rendered and applauded. The Chairman then called on Mr John Vale, secretary to the Victorian Alliance to address the meeting who on.-risiig was received with' hearty applause. Mr Vale said' that it gave huI great pleasure to visit Frankston, and he was glad to see stch a large gathering. He noticed by the bills announcing the meeting that it was called a "Local Option Demonstr.a tion.. The name was £a good one, but ite e enoticed 4a- number of young people present he thought it would be be...