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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
Si.thl eveninig a plain and fancy dress ball Wias held in the Atihen:enni, a:t which hetween fifty :Iid sixty oiuple'. were preseit. 'There w\i, howeIer, rc a eat prIedomiunance of plain' dresses, the young "men :and maidens of Mornington noit showing a. very great; disiiLisition to don: fanc'. roastiume, ilt. the few who did affect them .showeil to excellent advaintale. Miss Griindal .as "tSioiv'" looked ex ecptionally;i well, 'is also did' Miss 'l'horne as ii "Stuide'it." Only oiie geitleinaii l"iliekiied iit fancy dIres, that of ai full blown plnutation niligger in his Sunday attire, and hle reated c h toler?ble amount, of :aniisenieiit' throughout the evening by lhiis iinietiie effoits.' .To ingle o(llt ,fri)nl so Iiany11 youig l;idies, all of whom1 looked well, any one as the "IBells of the Ball,"'' would be by lih io ineis an easy task, anlld onel tlhat we 'o ?hiot feel quite capable of ianswerhig satisflctorilv, but tholllseb whli shimll out to gre atest advantage were, besid...
FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
FISH. The following is the fish market report for October :30:-The supply comprised : FisH, 1239! baskets; crayfish, 147 dozen; oysters, 112 bags ; hares, 5 brace; rabbits, 1571 pairs. The prices were-Barracoutta, 8s (id to 12s; bream, (is to Us (ki; flathlead, 4s to (is; rock, 10 to i8ls; garfish, 10s to 21s; inillot, is to Is (kl; perch, 7s to lls; piok, lUs to las;: salmon, is to .10s; strangers, 2s (id to 5s; trout, 3s to Sa; whiting, 28s to. B3s; Murriy cod and perch, 2d to gd 11); prawns, Is quart; crayfish, Ss (id to 1:ls dozen; flounders, 4s to los lid; smoked fish, ;as :l to U1s (id schnappir, as to 5s oc; i . l; id to l.d lb;' oysters, 15s to ·Os; lnirs 2a (Od to 3s (6d rabbits, 3a to 15s per dozon couo.-e
CRICKET. FRANKSTON V. M.C.C. MIXED TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
RIICKET. FRANKSTON V. M.C.C. MIXED TEAM. This inatch was" played on the Frank ston' ground on Saturday last. The Frankston winning the toss elected to take the wickets, and for the first smatch of season' hade the very respectable score of 113, of which S;idleir, who played excellent cricket, made, 32, Reynolds 19, Sangwell 16, and J. D. Box 13. And when the stumps were drawn i of the visiting team had been disposed of for 44 runs. Baxter taking 3 wickets at a cost of 17 runs. PFRANKSTON. FIRST INNINGS. Sadleir, bl Pearce ... ... 32 Baxter, b Pearce .. - ... 7 Sangwell, 1i Loingimore ... 16 Reynolds, c and bPearce ... 19 Phillips, b Gibbins :... ... 6 Patterson,;.b Gibbins .;. ... 1 J; D. Box, b Pearce ... ..: 13 M:cKinnon, b Gibbins ... o C. Box, b Pearce ... ... 6 Deaii, not out .. ... ... 3 McCob, b Pearce ... .. 2 Byes :. ... ... 6 Leg Byes . . 2 Total .. .... ...l113 MELBOURNE. :FIRST INNINgs. E Handfield, runout ... ... 10 Show, b Sadleir ... ... 10 Putman, not out ... ... 14 ...
Langwarrin. October 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
aiaugwarr?ii. (FRot ous owN CORREsPONDENT.) October :lOth. Heavy rain fell lire on Sunday; but the weather has now the appearance of being settled. We are all anxiously awaiting the result of at deputation in reference to the Lang warrin and Cranbourne railway, which will wait upon the Minister of Railways to-day, to urga the speedy construction of the line. This line has been promised for nearly four years, and sis there is suitable stone for hallasting purposes conveniently near, we are justified in hoping, that at no distant ditte, our wishes will be fulfilled. A resident of Langwarrin who has just returned from a visit to the Western dis trici, inforuiss us that at the latter place the " Iutterfly plague"-if such it may be termed-is at its height. Hundreds of golden-winged bumtterflies may he seen fluttering over the fields; unlike the locust, the butterfly is not a destroyer, but the farmers are considering with alarml the quantity of caterpillars such a host of ,utterflies wil...
Sporting Notes. RACING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
Sporting Notes. RACING HEMS. BY " MALUA." To-day Derby Day. Tuesday next Cup Day. Already Melbourne is thronged with visitors, anud on Mlonday evening the city will Ibe.pairaded by- i. living seething mass of human heings hound for the Cup on the morrow. A great many have the trump card up their sleeves, and are only waiting until the numbers are 1p in order to he made rich. 'But, alas, what a fickle jade is " good luck," sile doesn't dance attendance on everyone as I can certify, and this Melbourne Cup will, I ween, once more knock seven hells out of all their moral certainties. I don't, as a rule, like the " deadbird,"- albout which so much is known by the publlic. It is the public that-keeps the racing fraternity, and if the pullic got home too often where wonld our racing he ? Now and again I like some thing about which the public are not full to the muzzle. This year there are certainly a good many horses well in the betting, and the books will have, taking it altogether, a. go...
Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
: : -Dronina. (Fsots OUR OWN CORRESPO DENT.) At the Shire Council meeting on Saturday last, Dr. Wilkinson, the Health Officer, gave notice of- his intention to resign his office, as he is leaving the dis trict through ill-health. We are exceed ingly sorry to lose Dr. Wilkinson, hq has made a host of friends all over the peninsula by his kindness and attention to his patients, as well as by his cleverness and skill, which are acknowledged by all who have had occasion to engage him. I am glad that the Shire Council are endeavoring to induce a medical man to reside in the centre of the Shire. At the meeting on Saturday a resolution was passed that applications be received for the position of Health Officer at a salary if resident at Dromana or Flinders-of £100 per ainnum. There is a very good opening in this place, I venture to say for .an energetic young mian; the district is large, and population ivill increase, aind the several towns lying around Droniana are at no very great distan...
Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
Flinders. (FRor ouR OWN CORRiES'ONDENT.) On Wednesday evening, the 23rd inst., Mr. and Mrs.: Baldassari gave at house warming to celelbate the opening of their new building, containing llbout fifty rooms, for which they have just obtained a license. As something like 200 invitations had been issued by' our Worthy host and hostess, and the majority of these to whom they were sent were known to be fond of dancing, arrangements were malde for using the Mechanics' Institute for that purpose, the supper and refreshments hieing partaken of in the. spacious dining halls of Mr. Baldassari's new building. At about eight o'clock the visitors begai to arrive freely, and hy nine o'clock-when the dancing stiartedl--the Mechanics' Hall never presented a gayer appearance, heing beautifully decorated with flowers, wreaths and flags, besides the neatly. dressed blondes and brunettes, who lightly trijpped the well prepared floor. The music was all that could be desired, a first-class violinist and a ...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at Droimana the: list Saturdaty i , ach xhonth. 'PRES:bENT: T.O. OMartin. r,, ?.,COUXCILLouOc o . East Riding-D. }Mairs J;.P., A: Down ,: ward,3J.P.; R. Stanley: Centre ,Riding--T. :O. Martin, J: 'C. Grifliths; W.'Browhni. ' West Riding-W .Patterson, R. Andeison, . , J.P., J. Cain, J.P. : SECRETARY: , .. . Peter Nowlain. STREASU2:B M - T."'B. funtz.
HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
]HASTINGS TO FPRANKSTON AND 3ELBOUNE. HIastilngs, dep.-S.oa.m.-]1.t--7.Op.m. Tya,b, dep.-S.10 a.m.-12.0-7.10 p m. i".1_5. Somerville, dep.-S.13 a.m.-12.8 p.m:. 7.1S--!.":. Mornington uJunction, dc.-t6.S 7 am.li. 12.17 pm.ii., 7.27--).:I2 Linwtuarrin. dep.-s.:1 a.m.-12.21 p.i. Frankston, arr.-S.40 a.m.-12.:0 pu.m. 7.40-91.. - Pr.mkston, dep.-S..0. a.mn.-12..lI pun. 7. 57--1t.... Melboutrue, dcp.-10.1 Oa.m.--.0 lp.xn.--!.1 -11.1.5.
CRIB POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
. CRI POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO. FA?NKSTON AND HASTINGS. 3kelbourne, dep.--.10 a.ui.--12.20 p.In. Frmnkston, arr.-10.t:0 an.m-1.40 1).1. 7.5i--10.53. Frinkstoi. dep.-10.4.5 a.m.-1.0 p.m. 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin, dep.-10.54 a.m:-1.31 p.m.1 - 8.21-1.14. MlIornington Junction, dep.-10.35 a.1m. 2.3 p.In.-8.25-11.18. Somerville, dep.-11.7 a.m.-2.12 p.m. 8.34-11.27 Tyahh, deli.-11.13 a.m.-2.20 p1.m.--.42 11.1.i. iHnstings, dep.-11.?5 a.in.-_2.0 p1.m.-8.51 -11.4.5.
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
MOIININGTON AND P112ANKSI'ON-TO M1ELB3OURNE . 2Jo rniuington, dcp:aO - 102211 _.1O-)}.i 4p*m M1ooroodtIi, dep.-7.55 in -1'.I . Moriiiiigtnii. Junctiondo - . 12.25 p.ni.-t.22-7 S..-!S24t. L~tiigwnrrin. deJIp-S.12.2 a ni-. 50.-1 p.m. 4.:i5-7.422. Fnnukston. nir.-$S. 10 ii5.-1244)0 1p.m21. 4.43=7.2-. Franklstonl, dlcp.-7..-'r I.II.-S.''7-S·-, 1L:13 p).1a:.-_'.1"t-3.30-}.:A-7.37-I-11).1) Mellcotiriicn-arr. "S': 122 2122 '22(2 112.10 2.22 p2.m2.1ý:2:21 12 221- 0 1 !.1-11.15i.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
SCOUNSEL'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. 1.-ORIOGINAL IMAMs (32Q0), is Od -Post Free. 2. "M.ELODIES OF ERi''" (12 Songs); 2s: M·Y usic by EDWARD COUNSEL. (Composer of Twenity Thousand (20,000) ;f " Original Airs, &c.), Can be Obtained froll the Author, R. SPROULEW Flmlber, Ga'sfltter and flron Worker, " PLAYNE STREET, OF R A N KS T 0 N. Order. Promptly Attended to. (0 KRUSE'S IN ECTICIDE DESTROYS S Every Species of Insect, S' wnbETIr I " THE' HOIUSE, "HE COI~SERVA TORY, OR THE GAIDEN:. A LADY`WTInTrES :-'"-Life in the-Bush would be unendurable but for J} Krust's II ssacltnbI." ...?ISPERFECTLY 'HARMLESS'' ..TO ANIIIIAL,IFE, And can with Perfect Safety be applied to all Domestic Pets. PRESERVES FURS' FIR031 TIIE IRAVAGES iOi'iTIE MOTII. DESTROYS APHIS AND VINE CATERPILLAR, And\,is FIlr Iorcl ITecte: 1ti ?,-Tob,?cco Saloke in Fern lies. BEWARE. OF IMITATIONS (ot up to resemble the Genllino Article as closely as possible. is., ls. 6d., 2s. 6d., 5s., and ... lOs. per 'tin: - SOLD EVERYWHERE....
St. Paul's Bazaar, Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
j St lauil % Bina7 i'Ii'~.r mnk.tou : -;,)ii I Irsdan} ftuiiiiooºii' b 131/1 ii, opeii ciL.. i- the ttlcj\-G:lh t izxn--IFill 1riktn 1' oir ;;tinn. ~tijin. p~ist talu? i ltladyinutrs fioit~ tvhr tongrtl 'citiwel enlgaged:in ?etting;:redytd?- tlie:-ýahoit' articlees ofaitny rl.rk &. th'ait ?o to the mlkiig of at bhaiza i, ad thcyl are to liecongratulateruponm thie' success' that hais atteniied their cfforts. l'The *hall- was very tiatefully decorated, ald the pl atforili nliel"y disposed with ferns' aiind wild flowers, all of: which piresented a quite pleIcasing and telling effect -'Thce stalls?mwerel-resided-over, \?.'1, bl' Mlesda:ues O'Grad-i-. and Pownall, a:nd hliss Ritchie: Ni. 2; by irs. ]llRiblson;; the ,iloiwer sthllIily irs. .Tolly, and the refrehnietnt still litrEj S ilihmii-uhl anhtildbiiiig the afternoon a thriving business wiiis done byall of them. _li.h Ieiv. 1];. 0. look in im iiiakinga few ii idtrodfltor'yr liilifk. :is tm niuns tec of another churchli audia ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
YOUNGHUSBAND & CO. LIMITED. o u Z : SELLING BROKERS, Personal Supervision over all Consignments."' Auction Sales Daily. Account Sales Promptly;. No Cartage from Railway. Station Charged. MELBOUTE1YE. EXCELSIOR TIDMBER YARD. Playne Street, F R A N K S T ON. JOHN CARR, PROPRIETOR. AS a Large and Varied Stock of all Kinds'of TIMBER & BUILDING. MATERIAL, DOORS, SASHES, FRAMES, W.B., DEALS, HARDWOOD, GALVANIZED IRON, CEMENT, LIME, TAR, And All Building Requisites. INSPECTION INVITED. JOHN CAMERON, VETERINARY SURGEON, COACH BUILDER, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKER, FARRIER, &c. BEGS to thank his numerous friends and customers foi their patronage for the past eighteen years, and hopes to merit their future confidence. He has secured -the services of tie best men obtainable in the three Colonies of Victoria, Adelaide and Tasmania, and hopes to continue to give entire satisfaction. TRIMMERS, PAINTERS, BODY MAKERS & BLACKSMITHS. All Orders Promptly Attended To. . ...
QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
QUEEN VICTORIO A MARKET. Thibe ivas ainother IEre supply of vege ttibles r liiuight to lnarket this morning. Sales were dull and prices lower generally, as follows: "VEOrTA?LS.-s8AspLr'gus. 1is to 4s per 100;, beans (broad) : per lb.; bouquets, 3s to 8s per dozen; eabbages (ld to is (id do.;' carrots, d per dozen bunches; caudi flowirs, id toas :per dozei;' ; celery, is to •s do: cress (water), 44 to (id per dozen bunches; horiseradish, is to 4s do.;' lettuici :ld to lIs per dozen;' uanrjor aI; (?4k pr dozoen?bunches-; |il~nt;: , kld 4.; ( : onions (dried), 4,d to 4it per ilhb; .do I (green) '(id to ls per dozen btunches p; sley; lid :do.;. pa-s!ups,? is to ls (ki do.; peaks, als to los per 1.001.i potatoes,' 7s to 8s per cwt.; 'do., now, (is to ?per case; raidish; 44"to'(~il per dozen bunches, ihubarb, is to 2s'do.; sage, (kl do.;- spinach, d to is do. tliyjiie (kldo; turnips, 3d to (k . do ; FaFurrs.Apples, BS': to s14 perO c.is; lierriesl, is :4d to Is" (d per ilb, goose horries,...
A.O.F. Sports, Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
;;~l~~tbkiti ii ) A.0.F Sp ois, ýMoriiiiiton '1hi uuiith aimaul sport-s-beld 1iy the IForiestcrs' Frienldly .Society i'ourt Sta oft [oiii iii.4iiii' took lil ie4. olt \lrednrsdii liat ini tlhe IuLblic Pairk. The. wefather . wý1as;11a ll:;haruudli; (lCsiicdl '-dd thero wia'.il? ewcilleit ttcreidiis I faiii' i uoiitt of coio cti tioii 'iidl cloi hihe 'm were quit: the cciire'-of the (luid` tlu i how Cg'h tlii. ii e~iiiilu the liiic111 Iip s iiitlii rcsulted ii'i at, "ileici i' eit ' hetwec'i \[et Lii~u:;i i Iudl LIVICCILe,-the tuiriiu.'r uiizikiii.' te r'lllllllo v'eri' ftiut iii-Ilhc, laat.toenty, ' Irls; el lll ll ,tll.,((:1}' 141tiweeiait 's 'ird )iit 1)iui nio ted,;chiy, diourlcii n'l u' iodul'ed ;iin iii the ptIl.U. lioii , - lit'a hIirgi aiuuulier ot pejople duiring' thie iiutc'rrial'mp et .the racecs c114 icoiiiiuiittieeBc. M i' :1rii'iii' Un think; -Iile 11'n'soie ;;ioi (-oer Al ton .!hidretwt i; eDl 'l1'oi' idr -tih-' "erre tiiry'.Were i'crlýi'ienietic 'thii'e oi fliCt th- ii...
How the Poor Live. (Continued from October 5.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 November 1889
How the Poor Live (Br GEORGE R. Siims :Author L of Daonet Ballads, &c.) (Continued r om, October 5.) CHAPTER III. I cannot help being struck, inl my wanderings ' through Povcrtyopolis, with the extraordinary resemblacee which C.esair bore to" Potnpevy-eslpeci ally Pompey." One rooml ill this district is very like other.' The family likeness of the clhairs. and tables is truly rminarkable especi·all in the matter of les. Most chairs are born with four legs, bit thliffirisii one mnieets with here tarl? two-legged race-a four-legged haiir is a. rar,, avis, and whcn foiund should. be. made 'a niote of. The tables, itoo, aie 6f a type indigenous to the ,spot. The survival of the fittest does not obtain in these districts in the matter of tables. The most positively unfit are comnon, very conmmon objects. What ha1s become of the fittest 1. hesitate to conjecture. Possibly fthey hIle run away. 1 am quite sure that a table witl legs would make use of.,them to escape from such buildi...