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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
VICTORIAN RAILWVAYS iThe following, articles are at.: the Fraukstopnitsittin and'dailt'delicery: Parcels, ll?rr CGlrc, ihire Council, Mrs Gray, Mr J.. Millard, L. Robinson, Dr Madden,, 31r., .eynolds,.Clerk of Petty Se'ssio~ii, Heninma, ,._ Master Stephen Rowuaii Master Percy R-iwaii, Mrs McComb, Mr John 'Reid, 'Mrs' B. Daiborn. Goods, Cambliell, Coate, Garland Ryau, Heunig and Brown?&. -. ~."=-,/L, . -.'. = ;ij:'?; ? -??Y
PUBLIC MEETING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
PUBLIC MEETING AT FRANKS. STON... " A large and representative meeting of ratepayers interested'in' theaction lately taken by the shire in' reference to waindering . cattle,. was held in the Mechanics Institute on Saturday evening the 27th ult. The meeting ,was convened by Mr -W. Davdy, who was unanimbously elected to the chair. The chlirman in'an able speech ex plained the purpose of the meeting, and waxed rather n.ath over the treatmoint some- of the ratepayers had experienced "through taking on themselves the lilerty of keeping a cwG. Mr Cameron moved and Mr P. Renouf seconded that the council "be written to upon the matter requesting themnnotto enforce that plortion of the Police .'Offences Statute,, as regards .wandering cattle. also the-same mover grew quite eloquent over the short comings of several of the councillors. The next resolution was that the sec retary communicate. with .the North Riding Councillors, asking them to attend court day and ask the presiding Bench of Mag...
SOMERVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
IOME i VILLE WESLEYAY CHURCH ANNIVERSARY TEA AND. PUBLIC MEETING. .On Sunday last the awniversary of the above church and Sunday school was celebrated by the Rev .TJolly of Dromana, who "preached csrmons afternoon and evening to good congre gations. The Rev gentleman was .listened ;to most, attentively, and created i' very geood impression. On Wednesday. evening ilast, the tea nnd public meeting was hild. The church had been tastefully decorated with-ferns, evergreens, and flowers by Mesdames T. Thornell and' Weitaway 2, and the Misses Thornell 2, a motto, "Lo I am withli you always" being the work of Miss Mills. The tea tables were also tastefully laid out :and decoraited, and the following :ladles were most assiduous min their attention to the wants of those who assembled. Mesdaimes Mills, Thornell,Lorid. West. away 2, Misses Dainnock, Williams, Unthank 2, Gommn, Thornell, and Petrie. The gathering was an ex ceedingly large one, and those who know the usual quietness of the neighb...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
FLINDERS AND XA.NGERONG 8HIRE COUNCIL.. ~ The above council bled its ordminary monthly meeting at Dromana in the usual place of meeting. The following were present, Crs Downward, (president,) Baldry, Griffiths, Stanley, Wilson, Hurley and Cain. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPON?DENCE. From Government statist, asking for average statement of wages paid by the shire. Reqluest complied with. From Public Works Department forwarding coply of proposed new Local Government Act. Received. From same re-claim of £300 towards certain improvements, informing coun cil, that the same would be submitted for re-vote. Received. From theTreasury informing council that the sum of £397 Is. 3d. was the amount available to the council for the half year ending December 31st. Re ceived. From Malleson, England and Stewart solicitors, stating" that the traninfer of lind from W. Benn, had been prepared and executed. Received. From Municipal Assoeeatiod of Victoria, informi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
Notices. is A CERTAIxx CURE INDIGESTION,?ri7 LIVER and KIDNEY DISORDERS, DEBILITY,. GOUT, RHEUMATISM, &o. ACT AS A VALUABLE APERIENT and TONIC 1 In'conjunction with the'DANDELIONE SDrontone's OonmEa ss' Diodenoe °of Dande Slioniand LverP sold at** and *u. respeotively by al Ohemieta. $)~.IIJ$tI~c i l'41I ;' · J Auetions.i FRANKSTON. BAY " STREET. TUESDAY OCTOBER 7TH. At 12 o'clock sharp. C. J. FOX has received instructions -e from Mr W. Davey, to sell by auction on the premises as:above, thoiwhble of'his stck of'i ; ' '` i BUILDERS: 'NND GENERA?-'IRON MONGERY. without reserve. C. J, Fox, Auctioneer, Playno Street, Frankston. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8th,- , On the Property, "CASSIOBURY" POINT. NEPEAN . ROAD; FRANKSTON. Under instructions from Jas. H. Cole, Esq. trustee in the insolvent estate of John Bellin. JOHN TURNER' is instructed by the - Trustee in the above estate,' to' sell by auction on the property as above on Wednesday 8th October, at 12 o'clock, Farming Implements and ...
MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
MORKNINGTONK SHIRE, COUN cI. SPiErCIAL MEETrING. SA special "eeting of the bouncil of which due notice had been given, for the purpose of striking i general rate on the rateable property of the Shire. Present: Cr Souter (Prisident), Crs Fox, Irvine, Adams, Peddle, and Thornell. Moved by Cr Peddle, seconded by Cr Irvine and' resolved. That the valuation made and submitted .by George Flood yaluer of the rateable property in the Shire of Mornington amounting to £55,875, be now and is hereby adopted and confirmed. Moved by Cr Fox and seconded by Cr Thornell and resiilved that the estimates of receipts and expenditure as submitted by the secretary. be now and are hereby adopted and confirmed as the estimate. of rate. .;"; A general rate of is in the £ on the net annual:value of the rateable property was made and struck from the 1st day of Octobei, 1890, to the 30th day of September, 1890, and the collector was authorised to demand and collect same. The meeting. then adjourned,":.l" s ,.,...
FISH MARKET. Wednesday Oct. 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
. FISH MARKET. -~--- .... Wednesday Oct. 1st. The following is the fish market report for !October 1. The supply comprised: Fish, 674 baskets; crayfish, 22.' dozen; 9ysters; 40 bags; hares, 12 brace ribbits, 1,26(; pairs,. The prices were:-Barra coutta, 9s. per basket;, :breanii,i Us. to 12s.; flathead (rock), 10s. to 1 Is.; garfish, 12s. to 19s. 64.; mullet, 8s. to 11.; pike, Ss. 6d. to 12s.; [pilchards, Is. 61. to 2s.; strangers, 2s. to 4s.; trout, 8s. to 10.; Murray cod and peric, 2d. to 44.: lb.; crayfish, is. to 12s. dozen; flounders, 5s. to 10s. do.; smoked fish, 2s. to 28. Gd. do.; eels. l4d. to 2;d. lb.; oysters, 70s. to 75s.: bag; hares, 2s. tb 2s: id. brace: rabbits, Gs. to 14s. per dozen pairs..,_ .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
Y ENOL S & CO,,, P-1,..A.TICAL .:,. Q i= Al..k.. . •.--,, P ,.TNE iSlt .E.a· . x,ºtxrol 'sLARLGEn &aiWed Istock of Ia dies' "'iid Gentlemen's l Boots' and' ,8hsi..: : a.. lways?on hand.-, .-. :: i Bpets of .-al ?l:criptions, p.de to, Ordeqr i::,,iu+" , ; Fit4. 4uuranteed' •-Hand Sewn Vqrk a Specialty -BOOT ' ND I SHOE WAREH""&USE. IENTONE'ARXADE, MENTONE, AIkI-N STREETIORDDIA?LLOC.f OOTS and SHOES made to orier;! BDRepairs. Neatly Executed; Ro?;ly 3iile Boots ind Shv Below Melbeioirne A TRIAL RESPECTFULLYSOLICITED: S- SHIRE.OF. MORNINGTON. : CROSKEL, ". RITCIftE : 0 && C:,' :' (Of elbournoeai}d Franilton): : .Genei :.'Al ' tioue-, House sa, .-.an Lai· d Agents, VILt hleidWeeklySales awsAdvert ised HMISES, ,CATTLE, : c.;..ALSO :LAND -.. *ROUSES,. FURNITURE, 4&. ': Salos CondcLted by their Auctioneers"' TH?3?AS RIT? IIET & IILIP iRENOUF Account Sales Proiiptl Rcudered. . .-,Com.uni ..cations to' 'Office FISH IAB LET. 31lg tOUB.tE...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. Some idea of the profit made by fruit preserving. companies, isays, the Bendigo Indepndeint, particularly in the treatmeht of apricots, may be gathered from ina statement 'ade by Mr Felstead,'managing partner of the Red Cross Preserving Company, during the hearing of the case brought against his firm by the Bendigo Fruit Growers' Co-operative - Company in the County Court last week. "Mr Felstead admitted that the Red Cross Company made a profit of 7s. Od. on a case containing 24 lb. of preserved apricots. It took 36 lb. of fruit to make a case Rof two dozen :tins.- At the rate of 21d.' per, lb., :the apricots would amount to 7s. 10(. It required .8 lb. of sugar at 21- per lb., equal to Is. Sd. The two dozen tins cost 2s. 6d., the labor 2s., fire and water necessary for manufacture 6d., labels and label ling 6d., the total expenditure being 1(s.'- 2d.- The A wholesale' price in Melbourne was 24e. per case, leaving the makers the respectable profit of Ts. 6d. o...
SPORTING NOTES. MONDAY, 9TH OCT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
* RPORTIGN NOTES. [Br EARLY BIRD.1 Sain tres for next week : SMOntA. 9r OCT. Entries for Dandenong Races held 9th. Entries for Mentone 14th. . • .atries for - Moonee . Valley Trotting 15th. . : Esternwick Park Races 16th. Oakleigh Park 17th... TUIBDATI rTa OCT. " Entries for Oakland Hunt Club races Caulfield 21st: ' W?EDNSDAT,'T. S OCT. Epsom monthly meeting.. . eights for.Dandenong races oth. * Acceptance.etc. for Yarrawonga 9th. * TausOrDAT, 9rn. OcT. Dandenong races. Yarrawonga races. .?c. ptncfoe fo. Cas.lfeld guineas and Foal Stakes lit day 11th. . Weights for Mentone held 14th. S" .- FRIDAYr, 10Tr OcT. : . Handicap for Moonee Valley Trotting • - meeting 15th: .. ' ... ' AtR ? . :'..S rt~., lrn OCt.., first daj of the Caulfield Cup meeting. This, day four ..weeks we shall see the - Derby candidates contesting, for the blue ribbon of the Victorian turf, and I hope to le,at Flemington that day discussing the chances of those left in the race when the. starting bell has sounded. A...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
ITEMS OF NEWS. &nbsp; ON Monday next the usual monthly police court will be held at Frankston. The proceedings are likely to be exceed- ingly lively, for in addition to the usual business, a number of residents are being prosecuted for allowing their cattle to wander through the streets of the township. By our advertising columns it will be seen that tenders are called for the erec- tion of a brick building for a Mechanic' Institute and Free Library at Somerville. Specification may be seen at the residence of A. Jones, Esq, Somerville. ON Tuesday next Mr. C. J. Fox will sell by public auction the ironmongery and stock of Mr W Davey, of Frankston, and on Friday he will also sell in the the Temperance Hall a quantity of household furniture. The public are also asked to bear in mind that his usual monthly sale will be held on the 15th inst. A matter of considerable interestto the people of Frankston.. came" before the Mornington Shire Council on Saturday last. A letter was read...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 October 1890
"SlJIRES' :'DIRECTORY.`" , MOIis NGTON ??, .Heots 'in,' Morningtoni' Shire IailL ': the Saturday before full moon. ' ý ft PRESIDENT: ' r C :C. Souter, 'JP;C 0 =i° Nortlh Imding- 3ID. Bo[x C., Somder,; J.P.,. and.C: JFos(Fiun?oton) a . .E?st Riding-H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. . Sawyer (Morniingto n),TfThornell.. (Somerville). West 'iding J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P W. M: Irvine; J.P?'(Mor?ington):. SECRETAY?? ?AND 'EsonE. : r I(H. E. Moors (Mornsngton)'
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 October 1890
ITEMS OF NEWS. To " A Disgusted Taitepayer, Morning ton." Your letter arrived too" late for publication in this issue. -Will appear. in our next. WE would draw attention to our adver tising columns by whicli it ,will .be seen that Mr J. T" : Helleir, h'.is " coidinen'ed business in Playno street, Frankston, as painter and decorator. A publih meetilig"ill be held on Thurs day evening next in the Frankston Mechanics' Institute to take int, considera tion the advisability -of forming a brass band in the townshlI: All interested ireo invited to attended. A deputation from the trustees of the cemeteries at present existing round 3Mel bourne waited on the Chief Secretary on Wednesday, and asked that thedy might be admitted:to representatibho on the Franks ton Cemetery Trust. MIr Deakin replied that the matter would be dealt with in the Cemeteries' Bill now being prepared.: " Great improvements are being made in some of the thoroughfares in Frankston. The drains have been cleared of the sa...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 October 1890
mOaMINGTO2N (FIno\i oUR OWN COIRIESPONDENT) There is some talk of a further ex tension of the jetty by another 60 feet. The Hon the Commissioner of Customis wh' w'vas` on ?6i visit 'here during the earlier part of the week expressed str prise that the Point hbadbeen neglected for so long a time, and in his estimation the place.still merited. and.was entitled to a better harbor than existed at present. S!There 'appears to be conisiderable. dlssatisfactian amongst the crafts trading here, at the crane being-removed from the main jetty to the wood wharf, bult unless it is because it is rather more exposed to the weather, I fail to see what difference it can make, and it most assuredly removes an awkward and danderous oblstxnctio" fromn: the jetty, which during the summer season was continually hampered up with timber and goods of all descriptions to the in convenience df the p~iblic. N:! Mehssis Edwaitls Bros 6f1Moiningtonb' are the successful tenders for the addition and renovations t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 October 1890
AN.INTERStING5 AE'TTER raOM A wtA,-?oW SPECIALIST. Boards of Victoria and New South Wales, Isaware that by dCeqarftin- ro. .th..nusualo.routin of practice and'e.voti -ipin> Jas id luevny;t?y:t iclcal branch, whih ljthisaadonC efor some tisnea ii not strictly foflonine the paths' o profl?iononl etiquette; hut, as onsid erable 'ioy.o thcjrofcsion are still disposed to stand coldly alof Jt im 'anyone ot their numberwho ah cuires popularity in thetrtmont of certain ailments and is reallya Medical Specialist, he ie o not hesiate to ire-rtt to' hliat he considers rleytimet nlci\es.? f the purpose o l.disthmir;o o eical drita cnsdef en e'',n ad so f hle hfe'conr "idestoe o .the ;il)bh Iot is saiuredly betterto,,aelt. assita.e ran thoe quai?ai irn'atisioelrin pelrefernce to the quack.!-. '', ( * i ! -. , The true designntiou of quickesry.bhelong to these ehou:e!bs t advennurers a. shont a particle of ioedicsl knoe.!et:ee or 2t eistre ot ehn to tlse huoalblest delcprtmnnt of ts!,- irt:fee...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 October 1890
HASTINGS. (FRno oUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) During the week the councillors for this riding mecthero for the purpose of inspecting completed works and pro3cCting new ones, avisit was paid to the neighborhood of rthe jetty? :a leading townsmni who accompanied them, brought under their notice the desirability of forming a parade on one ori both sides of the jetty, this is a very desirable piece of work and could be done at a moderate cost. Our parade at present is only a parade in na'ne, a walk by the seaside, what visitors mostly go for is simply mn imposibility here as things are at present, a couple of hundred pounds would be well spent in forming a promenade in Hastings. It is not often that any sailing accident happens to our fishermen in this bay, on;ng to their great careful ness theyf ar3 seldom caught napping. however what might have been a fatal accident occurred on WVednesday last. The Venus owned by Mr E. Tones was returning to the jetty after the days fishing, had entered the...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 October 1890
. . CLICK 'i., " i hf , i" r' " Fr ikstoii .' Eo clsior at Fraiiistop to dayi.i) Teaii to Ibe dioseii fiorin i1Box, (2) ,r:atrdi ;n 3 Combi ?:almnimn Croskell- O.er, ? Diie, Jiiimmy, Robinson, C. 30n tickankilAledxt., Franikstois tcm ';Iox; bdlicr llD an, Kinrade, 1ci Co inb Mason Moihalia. 1'reeni n, axter 2; Coo, l' lofiasp and SPhillips ,. t:ostrt ?o'clock shliarp in 'ri re u iiified tlth Holspital.Suin day isis? ing iear ?and wre hope it ivill receivtl he liearty support- which it desire. :Th.da3y. appointed . is:' next Sundaiy 'fortlight. ,Oct. 26th:". With line eatlier aiid a parade of tthe RIngers asiwas held last year hi' their drill roonm, Cheltenhaml°our.district" ought not to be behd ind in the amount of its. cuuntri bitions ?,ii =r