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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
(FaOM oun owN CORRESPONDENT.) The Bishop of Rochester says "death with the young seems always pre mature; andia- cloud of0 regret settles which reason has no power to expel." It was, a sad little funeral that winded its way1 to- the Fliideri; ceme .iryoi Sunday' la'st when the remains of constance, -the -youngest': daughteii (aged 5 year) of Mr W. Segrave, were placed beneath the sod. The, little sufferer had; an. attack of .brain fever and notwithstiidiig the attendance of Drý Harricks of the Alfred Hospital, Dr Ardell, and Dr Theiced:of Morningtoni, the issue was fatal, there being apparently, no hope froin thd first. i .. The coflin was borne from the parents residence by-fr C. Richard-. son, Mr, T.1 . ' Sa age, ! Mr E." .' Reeves, Mr C. H. f. Plank, and Mr L. E. McKay,; geiitlema?n conned?ed with the telegraph service and the procession included a, good many children and young people, besides Vehicles and horsemnenu The Rev W. McBBride conducted the burial service, and that gran...
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
-4-- The following goods areatthe Frank ston Station, and await delivery Parcels, Mr Norman, Wilson, MrH. .Pallard, Dr Madden? 'Mr Kaslam, Mr Cooper, Mrs Coxall, Mr ID. Williams, Mr Coombes, -Iaterbourne, Mechanics' Institute, Gas Company and. Mr :Sproule, , Goods, Messrs Landah Bros., Mr Taylor, Mr M. Young, Mr P. Duggan, Mr N. WVilson, Mr Locy Sing, MIr Sherlock, Mr R. Ryan, Mri Cook, Mr Ritchie, Rev. .T. Dawborn, Mr.Sheehan, 'Mr G. W. FPieeman,, Capt. 'Panther and iMr W~oolacoti
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
Every one ughs(t to Iinsure .gaainst Fire. THE NATIONA?INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND [LARKET ,STREETS, MELBOURNE. SDIRECTORS: Taosass-Mo ?.usE7.P?.' Clirii:?ania'is i 'G. D. CATER,; EsQ.;M.P. Tnos.'AisronEsQ.J.P.,V?ce Chairman. R. G. BF.NSOX, Esq., J.P. .,Ielbourne). HoN. C. J. HA,, M.L.C. -L ES'T1 8? -CURRENT=RATES OF PREInIUI. "' Bish Fire siir. Gas Explosions Covered TWithout E? :i Charge. .-- . - WILLIAI ACREDIE, Secretary. A eii, ors 1r stou .:1i: McM BnoDr.Y .Agent'for 3ornington-J. E. WORRELL. Professional. I [CARDEE, ,zc (Successoc toiDubKans.)AT i"'' "Hay be Cnsulted Daily at his Residence rs.n . "TATIARA," SBAT" STREET, F.R AiNK.S T. O:N.: He May also be Consulted at " .:, :HASTINGS.:",; t'A Mr. Coopier's Royal Hotel every WeWifesday " betsween ; 11: and 12 noon. Also at I SOMERVILLE' -Every ,Monday,.'between 2 and .4 p.m., at Ithe residence of Ma. THos. THORNELL. -HOURS AT HO1ME (DAILY) : 9 ro 11 jA.a. 6 to 8 P.ct. May ; h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
Bootmrakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. J REYNOLDS & CO.,1 PRACTICAL B'OOT3MAKERS, PL.ATNE STREET, FMAN$sTON. And at SO~& ERVILLE.: ' ._.`: LARGE and Vaerd Stock f Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit. Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOU:NE PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. T. COREY, 1ENXTO?+E lP1RADE, iMENTONE, MAIN-STREET, MORDIATLLOC. B OOTS and SHOES made to order; SRepairs Neatly Executed; Ready C Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED;. etioneers and Estate Agents. - SHIRE .OF MORNINGTON. CiIOSKELL, RITCI oE & Co., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, ILL "hold WeeklySales asAdvertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., A'LSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered. All Commuunications to...
FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
FISH MARKET. The following is the Fish Market report for the week ending November Sth :-The supply comprised--Fish, 4,187 baskets; crayfish, 558 dozen; oysters. 315 bags; fowls 984 couple; turkeys, tame, 21. couple; hares, 4919 brace; rabbits. 3,867 pair. Prices were as follows:-Bream, is lid "o 5s per basket; flathead, is 6d to 8s: rock, 2s Gd to 10s; garfish, is lid to 10s; ludricl:, is (id to -is; mullet, isn d to 7s; perch, 2s to (is; pike, 2s Ud to is 6d; pilchards, is to is lid; salmon, is to (is; strangers, is to 2s id; trout, Is to 12s lid; whiting, 7s to 35s; MIurray cod and perch, ld to -d per lb: prawns, Is to Is 6d; crayfish, is to 22s per dozen; flounders, is to 15s; eels, Id to 1.d per lb; oysters, 10s to -tOs per bag; ducks, 4s 4d to 5s ld per couple ; fowls is 2d to Ss 10d per couple;, turkeys tame, Gs to 12s; hares, is to 2s per brace; rabbits ls id to 12s per dozen couple.'
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 11th November [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
LOCA? M?ARKETSI'S. DANDENONG. Tuesdny ; 11th November Howard and Scott report:-Dairy cattle A fair supply but mostly medium quahty. Good sorts were in demand, and those yarded sold readily at satisfactoroy prices, others met with a dragging sale at low rates. Several drafts of young stock, and a moderato number of store cows canle forward, the majority of which -were turned out unsold, the market being dull. Pigs: A large supply of all descriptions, porkers and baconers showing some inr= provement on late quotations, while store and young pigs again quitted at high rates. Calves were well represented and sold readily at full market values. . They also report having held their usual monthly sales at Gr.nville, Anderson's Inlet, Powlctt River, Korramburra, Poo wong, Tanti and Gtranbourne, disposing of about' 750 head of cattle, a number of horses, and a few drafts of fat and store sheep at prices satisfactory to the vendors.
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS MR STANLEY'S CHARGES SUPPORTED. November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS From the Melbourne papIers. MR STANLEY'S CHARGES SUPPOR TED. November 10. Mr W. Bonny, the assistant surgeoli of Mr Stanley's expedition, entiriely enudorses the charges made by thie latter against Major Barttelot, and goes so far as to hint that insanity was the reason of the brutal conduct alleged against Major Baittelot. " GENERAL" BOOTHS EMIGRATION SCHEME. November 10. A number of iprominent Protestant ministers, including Canon Fairrar, Dr Parker, of the City Temple; Dr Irannay, president of the Wesleyan Conference ; the Rev Mr Moulton, aid the Rev Mr Dods, have issued appeals to the public on behalf of " General" Booth's; colonisiation scheme for re lieving the distress existing in London. THE STANLEY EXPEDITION SCAN DALS. November 10. The sensation caused in Loeidon: bly the publication of thd sCrious \indicti nient brought by Mr Stanley agaiist the oflicers commnanding the rear guard of the Emin Pashai Relief Expedition has been discounted by the slipple-= ...
SELECT POETRY. PUNCH AS PHYSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
SElTECT POETRY. PUNCIH AS PHYSIC. A Frenchman who had just come over The channel flows 'tween France and Dover. Stil sick and giddy sought a bed, Where he might rest his aching head. He found an inn, the woman there Civilly asked him, what he'd take. He with a gesture of despair, , And the grimace that Frenchman make Rep':ed that he could take no food, "I'll give you what will do you good, And then your bed I'll show to youe As soon as I your physic brew." With thiis she poured soino whisky out,! . " Vot is that for" the Frenchlman cries, To make it strong. I have no doubt. It will bring sleep into your eyes. And then she put hot water to it, The Frenchman who had watched her do it, Said"' Vots' that for'' to make it weak Then sugar next, once smore I speiak , Vot's that for" to make it sweet. And lastly she a lemon squeezed, "To make it sour" and thus complete..i She stirred'it up and looked -quite pleased. The French drank the mixture, well , He liked the taste, lie liked the smel...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
:1ORNliVNGTO i, (F6?oM OUR OWN CORRESI'ONDI)ET.) On Monday last the "Coogec" made her first trip of the season, and was very well patronised, about 500 of her passengers landing at the Point, anud if appearances go for any thing. many of them seemed glad to get on terra-firma, it being squally and unpleasant on the water, hoivwver once onidrv land like most picnickers their troubles were soon forgotten and the sheltered nooks and favorite spots in the park and on the beach were soon soughti out, and the contents of picnic baskets discussed. For the present the "Coogee" will only runn on Siturdays and Sundays until the seaison is more advanced, when no doubt regular communicition will be established. An: invitation ball was given last week in the Mechanics' Hall by the 'gentlemen, :is a compliment, to the ladies who Ihave assisted, and enter taincd them, at the various surprise parties lately. About - twenty five couple were, presoent, and a pleasant time was sienlt. dancing being ke...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
SORRnVL' O. (FRno\C' CUIt O"' o ciOiRES1OYDENT) A very narrow escape. of ii serious accident occured to Mr J. Clark Juu., of Sorrento last Friday while driving a spring cart across the,train line opposite the Continental Hotel, one of the wheels caught the rails and threw him out on to the road, he wias dragged for several yards by the reins but did not receive any, serious injury, the horse being a quiet one, it was easily stopped, had it been otherwise, there is no doubt that it would have beenl mioie serious. It is a crying shaine the way in which the rails are left above the level of the road, if there is not some alterittion made there is no doubt but there will be some serious accident take place.
FREEMASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
..,Thle.Frankston Lodge "iet 'e Tiies day, the llth inst:, the business being tihe installation' of l3ro eC. CSonter as \Vi[.. ? Thire.. s as alarge gatherimug of prominent oflicers fromn town .who ar riied by I tri .ist 6 o'clock. Bro. Edwards ws'i the installiing M?ster. Bro. Chas. Souter' was installed as W.m.' of the rankstion Lodge 'aid the following officers invested--Bro.' C. J. lsox,, :.W. ; Bro. l 3:r Dilorin JiW; Bro Dr Stoirdee ; SD:Briii S Sher lock, . .lD.; Biro. A Richmiond, l.G.,; iro. Brod Stewardl; Brol J. Stphmens, After the ceremiionytie' blirethrcn': ad jouiriied to thie Frlsmkston Coffee Pailace where Brol Keeni provided a sminptuousi banquet, and ai pleasant ?,ening..wias spent, ;the visitiiig bretlhren learving by hli? iO''clock for* train:ifor IMelbourne.
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
1OOIRA1BIN Meet in Sire I11, Sout Irighton, first Mondsy iri'cri month... . ":iR : >r::,. i, i PREBIDENT :ti": ?. ,;:: :'I" Co aCIonsLLORS: orth Ridi-n W. G;:. urgessi Hon :T: ;iV ,-t -- Bent, F. Hollier. Scuth IidinL-W-Ln SmithLE. V;de,"i.Ld.Nicholls;.:.'"i .:."i9`' °; Eibst Riding-- D. McSwiain .: Milla :' WestRidiing , J. :J. D.aly, :D 4'Abbiot, E..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
AN INTERESTING LETTER SPECIA:IST. Ii JAMES D. LLEWELLYN, who Id dulya Qualified and ni?cstered by the Medical Boards of Victoria and New South Wales. Is aware that by defarting from the' surml mntine of oprctie an drvotlully i itl cxdlusvly toa Slelal baonh, which hie has done for seae trie. ho In.ote stietly following the path, of proeirional etiquette: but, u i ooosidesable bodyl of the profe?sin arc still dlspose'to'stand coldly afloof rom'Sanyone of their number who aculires poialearity ie the treatient ol. eertain ailments and is really a .?ndical Speeiall't.he odier nat .esirate to resort to whit he roohJdnee legiltnea means le thei pdi-pnsrelf diairimln?ne v.ey l-d eritisio and of eacinllg ao arm 'a he is nhre the ot. " Sisence sit the f :h,lie. It is aoootrdlY" better to nenk asistane Ifrac the qtalified aonsitionerin preference toal the qu?ck. The true designation of inoA:kii'ri'belonf to oarsr ehameleos adren'our's: whe, ti:hlul.'a :pariclr of medical Loi?'al-e .,r a tite ...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 15th NOVEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
JIto it, oI $? udaL,,. "tNot timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY; MORNING. 15th NOVEMBER, 1890. Ix" another column ~-illi be fouind a :paragraph : referring to the doings of the Cranbourne and 'Langwarrin Railway :League. It will be seen tlat active meatsures are being taken to bring a line to' connect Cranbourne with the IIistings and Stony `Point hine iit Langwarrii t township', antitliat this route has.bcen recommendcd to the Railwtay Committee for consider ation Ii n addition to this recommein dationi the min'beris for Keysboroitigh iaid Brighton havoei reiominiended the conslideration of lines to connect the AMordialloc and Plrinces 3Bridge line vitthi Diadenong. Oie iroute being via Mentoni and Clheltenhain, aiid the other from lIfordiallod tonviisiip. Eahel of these routes ,have their advocates and they are noi 'cegaged in collect. ing. evidence in? suppor of their particular route. It isivell knowvn that P rliiiameit are fao raibly iun pressed w itli the proposal ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
T ---~e Frankston v Morniniton. This match will be played at lornington this after noon." Cab' 'ill leave. Ritchie's stdre at one o'clock sharp. Franksiton: tenm Baxter (2), Box ,(2), Sadlier,. Kelso, Kinrade, Dean, Mouldy Mason -and Reynolds. "Dearest Frank, if I wcre to suppsose for a moment that you were going to marry me for :'nimy money, I believe 'I should put an end to my wretched existence." Frank-' Calm: yourself, dearest, I will prove my disinterestedness. Let us get married' as soon as possible, and you shall see what efforts I'll make to get rid of the beistly money.'
THREE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
THREE MEETINGS. '' Is Sir, John West at home ? " " I am not sure;'" sir; I will inquire. Will you walk nin sir? " :..-.: "I'll just wa't here;:'I'm too wet to come in. Say- Mr, Clode would be very gladof a few miniutes'convorsation if ho is disenga'ged." George Clode walked' across to the hall fire,. with Nell, the pointer, at his heels, rubbed his hhiids, :warmed ihisi" self, looked at his watch, and- finally, began to;b?histlj " Sweethearts," but checked himself in this indulgence, which seemed out of keeping with the surroundings. Sir John West's hall was full of frowning family' portraits, gaping men in armour, big uncomfor table,oak furniture, which oppressed the young tenant-farmer even. more; than his landlord's pompous manners and obvious. condescension. .Master and dog were gradually drying,. and the squire". still delayed his coming, when; with a soft rustle of .trailing 'skirts and' a lively tapping ofhigh heeled shoos;"there carme across the hall from the distanit entran...
SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 17TH Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
SPORTING NOTES. [Br 'EAUL-YB1nmv. Racing fixtures for next -week - ýýMoxiAT. 17v Nov.> Dargalong Races... General entries for Nagambie held 19th: General.:entries . and . acceptance., for Wyndham races held 21st, 1 Entries for M3ootiee Valley races held 24th. ,.. TUESDAY, 18sTH NOV. Weghtsfo, Gelolng ield on 2?nd. WEDNESDAY, 19TH NOV. Baiters' Flat Race meeting. Nagambie:racs.. Weights' for Wyndham races held 21st. Entries for:larra: Glen held 2Sth. TnuonDAr, 20TH: NOV.: Dandenoug races. Entries ,for Cambells Creek :races held 26th. Weights for iMoonee Valley held 24th. 1 : IDAYT, 21sT Nov. Wyndh'iiia rce meeting. :STruan.i 22N- Nov. Geelong Racing Club meeting. The play is over,, the ;curtain has descended, the lights are out, and the per-. formers and public have left the scene of their t.'umphs and their tribulations, and once more have sunk back into quiescent routine. . The V.E.C.:were fortunate in having three out of fqurr days perfect ones, the exception being Oaks Day. • ...