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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at Dromnana the last Saturday in each month -' PRESIDENT: A. Downward, J.P. CouNCILtLOS : 1 East Riding- - Hurley, A. Down S . ward, J.P.; R. Stanley. Centre Riding- -. Baldry, ' J. C. S, Griffliths, W. Brown. t vi ., West Riding-'- Wilsoi, R. Anderson, S . J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECETARY: -': Peter Nowlan. TREASURE: T.- B: Muntz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. i MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : C. Souter, J.PI COUNCILLOIS : North Riding-J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., . and C. J.-Foi(Fiiiikstoii). East Riding-H. H.:Peddle (linstings), J. Sawyer (Morningto), T. Thornell - (Somerville). West liding--J.. E. Adams, A. Downwarl, J.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Morning-tn). SECRETARY AID ENGINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
.(FnioR] OUR OWN CORlRESPOSDENT.) Two very sudden deaths from diphitiheria have taken place in the vicinity of Mornmngton during the past week. On Friday..last-the only child of'Mr and Mrs George Bridges, after a very short illness succumbed to the. above disease, and again on Mon daty the 16th Mr and Mrs' Albert Wilson of the three chain road, lost a fiiie b6y frfim-diplitheric crouip. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents, especially the latter who quite recently, lost an.. elder..child.by. drowning. In both of the above cases of diphtheria thclilln'ss did nbt extend over two days. A: sale of Gifts andi'Fancyi Faif for the purpose of raising funds to reno vate the interior df St Petie's Church of England took place on,Wednesday evening last, when the large sum of .£54? was rained. As usual the :timle honored schemes,ofraffles and lucky bag dipping wcre i~ uch in vogue, any method of obtainig' the needful from the *all 'suffering, public. seemig ;'to' justify 'the.einds in...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
(lnowt oLU oW coInsiWESi DENT.) Businiesis iimuchl .risker thian last weel the' t; Hygeia: p s andý **O.'on brought ar e nlii iber passengers on Suilday, and a ivey fair number duein? .th i eeKegsyderni-the vweathrli '. I The Military Ballheld on the 11th was a great success, -dancing was kept up until al)earhly houdr. allUeonjovnig themnselves tlhoroughl.. * Theeeis: a Nplendlcrop fof 'thistles egrowiin iiet to thle ipost office real scotchmenen,.Ft I Ihi tenoughtNtiloow all theimindicidon the oiheadN 'it is tinie noniethini wais dwieito leai theni off :before they Need." ,Will' the inspector kindly take :inote'? . ` Thie Truun; C pnlianiy are li?velhlng up the tick . eeb the rails, which will be a gria?t convenuence itohthe Traflih. We erljiet ,bigi crowd dodidon niexst week if the we' nher s fine. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
,Every one Ought to Insure .Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIrITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AIND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS : *THoxAs MMOUBAT, Esq., J.P., Chairman. " G. D. CARTE, EBs., M.P. THes. Al.sTOa,EBQ.,J.P.,Vice-Chairmln.. R. G. BENsso, Esq., J.P. MArTHzw ,-LaO, EsQ., J.P. (Mayor. of H * , . M61bDorne). HoN. C. J. HAx, M.L.C. .. --..LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF -PREMIUM . : Bush Fires ind' Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. WILLIAM MACREDIE; Secretary. Agent,for:Fiankston-31Mii EBnRODr. SAient forforninEton-J. E. Wo ?U?ELL. Professional. [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. -:(Successor to DR. ATINGS.) May be Consulted Daily at his Residence, "TATIAIA," BA5 STREuT, FR A N K ST 0 N. s Pre May also be Consulted at -..-' . :.HASTINGS wAt Mr. Cooper's RoyalHotel every Wednesday between 11 and 12 noon. Also at uSOMERVILLEB Every Monday, between .2 and 4 p.m., at Ithe residence of MR. THos. THORNELL. IHOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 9 To 11...
LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG. Tuesday; 16 December. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
LO(CAL MARKETI'S. DANDENO? I,. Tuesday; 16 December. Howard and Scott report :-Dairy Cattle: A large supply of all descriptions; we quote a marked inmproveiuent in milkers and springers the demand for which was very active at advanced prices. Dry cows and young stock were dull of sale at about late rates. Pigs: All classes were well represented, but sales were readily effected at an advance on late. quotations the marktt being firm for all descriptions. Calves: A slight improvement on last week's rates. They also report having held a special cultle sale at Poowong-nmarket yards on the 14th inst., when they "sold 300 headul of store and young cattle on account of Mr James Robinson and others at full market rates:
ALLENATION OF MORDIALLOC PARK. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
ALIENATION 01 MOADIALLOC a v?, a r ?o?"?ol..tro Jt'A l.A' MEETING 0F h v\IP 1Y ... SA mieeting.g u:ratepayers and resiles i of 3,ord liallot titakei iliticijhsideraltion the -'idisbility of graunting. a" iii?inof tlc LMordialine Park. for a traluwar vt tle Elpsone Rl'ceconrse, was held in the Iistitiute o. ll3ldllly Ceening. i-ilgh bIhowan Esq., .P'., presiled and brnetly e'xplin,.d the object of tih meet Mr Cooper was elected;secri:tary1 H It was suggested tha't Mr Coane, the engineer, shlulid explaint tot!llhEo:'?1idiit thes route th?t?l hiit bsen s u'rreedil forthi, line. Mr Co-ne full pointed ouIt tie rotte that "was inteidilted ti t b'ci"/i, iwhich was as follows : " The proposedtl line leaves thelFranks ton railwayv tbout halfwry' between the Mordiallo.i railnha-. tst:atiol caid tle iridge oicl. the Mordiaflls r Oreek, tlinin"g to tIe left through tile corner of the Reserve, over the spot where the workmen 's'tents .arle noL i pitched . It then runs ncarly parallel to Ithe' cu...
TOWN AND COUNTRY SKETCHES. FRANKSTON AFTER TEN YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
TOWN AND COUNTRY: SKETCHES. FRANKSTON ALFTER TEN [Bs.T.H.] At the time I left ten years ago Mark Young, wasrone- of the -three counicilloris of thde-shire, and a` lot of honest Work hoi. did do. "Good Heavens, you alive. still," are the words I am greeted 'witli froni my friend in whom the last ten years has worked achioige. ', Iis hur' is streaked with iidio thireids, ibut his is a case of ' The snows of 'inter gathering. on the browiv. e?o sulniers sunshilic leaves the headrt,"'id I fild hilli as jolly, genial and gientleinainlly s in tie good old days, withl the s.:ine h.lilorance of drunkeriess; iliere .lhaie you been? what doing ? tell inc souei of your cx ierienues" is 'vhit I: ii .assaifle;d with, and I recountedý; iome of theia that, would interest iimny h is line of busi iess l?uch: aii the'"carousal I hid?i'td. The suplerior ond sustainiied "booze,-" the long, wide, ldeep,i massive incom parable' ' drunk hon\ I had . been " tanked l' ?id gone te 'lipice coiicio enrtiorusly...
RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
RL? DOUf ,REkADIlVNGS·. :"n Irishii in 'olio lhiad ti auelledl across th"e m,?ericin continent rwas retiiriiing home" disappointed from: n hilving" seen : nothing," when, ,in a field bthe rmid, he saw iia fiight. He stopped his earriage ,hurried to the scene of action, took his side, with small r efereiice to the question at issue, obtained his due a?mount of. bliniding biiies a'iind hroped.his way baick"tb? Iao:h :rriag'e eclaiming, " Bea jabers ;this i the: first bit of,pleasure L have hadsinceo I: havli been from home "' .. Pride may Ie'allowed to' this ; r that degree; else i iiia'iicannot kee?i; p hisii dignity: In liittons there must le eating, in . drunkennes:s there; must be drinking; itis'nottthleeating; nor"it is ot:the:driniking!thlat is:ot b:. blamed,?l but the eit as So ii ride elden. fThe essence of all fineiireedi? g is the gift o onicili ition .A man ;whol possessesecer: o?her title to aur respect exceptithat of conrtesy is in danger of forfeiting them all 'A ruide '...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
SPORTI1~G ~NOTES. -4---t [ il, EtiSLT BiUlD.'l acing; $ztu ies for 65next' isweek.e= i! -MONDAY, 22ND DEC. -: Weiihtti 'foi.: Yar-' Glen 'held Boxing Weights: for Williamstbow Races held Weights for Richfield Races held !24th. Weights for Ballarat Miners Riices held 27th. TUESDAY, 23'tD DEC.' Episom RIeingp Club mieeting.' :Entries fori Pleasant 'Creek races held Entries for I?uncefichd Riaes hitld 26th. Entries for Bnninyong races held :o0th. : WEDNESDAY.', 24rTH DEC. : Rielifi~ild(MoidinloO) nieeting. General enitries for Tering held 1st Janiuar. THUNSDAY; 25nTH "DEC. Xmas Day FRIDAY, "6TH DC: . . . .inisoer muetmn" -.-I3alnar= ring -. and-. Hastings, Pleasant , Creek, Campbell's Creek, Winchelsca, Trentham, Woodend, lalmoral, Colc, Lancefield, Cam?perdown, ,Yarra Glen. Rutherglen, lBairnsdale and about sixteen others of lessnote. : SATURDAYr. 27TH DEC. Williamstown IMeeting It will be seen by the above fixtures for next weL. that next Monday, instead of being a big entry day on t...
HORTICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
It is a remarkable circumstance, says the Gardners' Chronicle of Nov. 1, that so late in the year as fully four weeks after Michaelmas we shoidIii i ve been ardently wishing for a rain. That a good soaking took place generally on the 25th ult. is somethiing to be grateful for,: u iiti lie visiti- t tion the soil was so dry,.and, in.many localities,; d'iial, that even ploughing had to stand still, and cultivation was hinderd. To nurserymen andinteiding 1 planters the rain comes.as:a'veritable t "igddiidnd aaii will set them to work. busily for 'several week. Seventeen degrees of frost were recorded in Warwickshire on 28th October. HM'Syfh'Weiis 6fe snowrfell. in(,te, ?uo?tli 'of Scotland on 26th? Octobir, with a low temperature, and on the 27th the cuhutry Avari covered!with'i I winter garb of anow. : At a meetingi of the Rloyal;,Horti cdilturil' 86octy of London, on 28th October, awards of merit were given to each of the' followii??g Chrysanthe muns :--Duchess of Wlestminster, fapmi...
SELECT POETRY. THE SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
SETI:'CI ' " POETRI T "Shei passd in her lbeauty bright ' Amongst the lean; amlongst the gay' ; " And all are brighter for.tle sight, ,,: :: A iid bless her as she goes her way.: Anid now a libeam of pity pours;. :, And now a spark of spirit flie,:' Uiicounted, from the unlocked stores Of her rich lips and precious eyes. And all men, and all men smile, - . llut noimian looks on ltr as I . .They niarklher for' a little while, But Iwiill watch her till I die. And if'i.wonder now and then :Why this so strang.ia,thing shoul be-' ,That she be seen by wiser men, .:And only duly loved by niei" - I oily wait 'little longer:.. : - `And watch her radiance in the room;; Here inaakihng light a little strongels, i; And thereobliterating glco:m. (Like one who ini al tangled way " Watcher the blroken sun fall' through, Turning to gold the faded spray, SAnd making dieamonds of dew.) ?;i:?',I, Until at last, as my heirt burni's,, She gathers all her scattered light, :. And undivided radiance turns s...
THE HASTINGS BATTERY. FIRST COMPETITION FOR MR HAM'S CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
FIRST COMPETITION FOR MR HAM'S CUP The members of the Hastings Battery of Tictoriani Rangers, opened their rifle range on Saturday the 13th with a competitioni folr'the li'indsome trophy presented by Mr D. J. 1Ham of Balnarring. The conditions stipulated by the donor were: "That the trophy must ibe won 'twice' befoie ibeeiommgi the property of any .member. Corn petitors to fire;rin uniform taidn ithe rang'es '400, oOO,:and (00 yards , t" . Keen interest was takeln in the shootiing by "the? residentg of Hastitiis and the attendance.wnaslarge througlh out the da ;. O'iiOeg to tlhe) larer numnber :oE n ittrmes; the compeb'tion had to beo.started; at 9 o'clock. Con sidering'that this :'as the first timn tliýt 'som of the 'menibe~rs had fi'red ii angy competition the 'shaootimgti was good, hind resulted in gun"uer J.. Wilson i making. the highest score, closely followed by, Sergeant MDajor Creaney?, Fd An 'Gunner J,. Meriiimnn who take the second and third prizes respectmvely. The lext "...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
IITEMS OF NEI IVS. Next Thursday being Christmas Day, in order to give our employees the advantage of the holiday; we intend going'to press oin Wednesday evening. The. next issue of the Mornington Standurd will be delivered Christmnas morning,, and,.this. office.,will be closed iihtil 'Moniday 'the '29th inlst. Correspondents and others are requ ste'd to forward their contrihbutions early in the week. . : The half yearly meeting of the G.U.O.O.F will be held in the Athenmaum. Frinkston on Monday next, a large attendance of the members is requested.' The general secretary of tlihe Frnkton Town Band desires to ackn~owledge with thanks theroceipt of 1 is. towards thel funds by a friend. A young lady sent to a newispaper office a poem, ' I cant make himim smile." The editor ventured to express an opinion: that she wouldl have suncceeded haul Slii shown him the poem. : ' On-Tuesday the 23rd inst; a' Caake' and Apron Fair will be held in the-Frankston Mechanics' .Institute., 'th;p'rocedsl...
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
FLNDERS. 1 'V (FROM OUE OWN CORS1PONDEN.) 1 A .rather, rich idean was mentioned by the: Hastings correspondent of this epitoniie of' ublic opinion " in last issue:' ? tmely: To make Hastings thdeterminuss of. the Stonl--Point line. Antiv in more rediculos could iariaely 1be put forward. and one need ao~t have'resource to ~a pair of specs to enable hitii to'see through then move. Those who are so professedly anxious about the economeincal aspects of' the liine should' tile: it diisd of their iown physieri eb3 iryyg .tig e tlideia ni little further,; ud proplosi the teriniiits:to be atl' rikston.. TI iwould lie juist ais filn to'. Hastiiigs :as ithe first proipo sitio-l is to place. beyond Hastings. Soice ,pcopile are never satisfied; whei: thiey hae only a coach they cry out fori : rninwayy. when they get the Iatterithey&lt;waintitto revert to Cobb's " cofiu ori: ivhecla" as ~l:Trullope hiath' it. 'Ther`is ino&ceassini f?ir jeilousy Hastings ought to be thankful to ha...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
.-'_ ý- HASTTINGS.. (Fno?r OUR oWs CORIIFSi'PONDET.) The. Christuiss hIoldayt are 'rapidly approaching. mud to meetithe desires of the pleas~l 'seteke.`s in the locality considerable efforts, have been made. On Boxing Day the 'annal 'meeting of the ]3alnarring- and-Hastings 1Racing Club will be held oi(' the Elmu Plains -racecourse, and in the evrenin a ball is to be heid in the Rieading, Room, Hastitngs Oln New 'Year's -Dy our entelprlsiig 'townimrii , t' Mr T. C. Neaves, has provided a long pro gramnme of sports, oinprising running umnping, tilting at the ring, and other events to numerous to' mention 'he.re. In the evening there, will be a New Year's ball in the Reading Room ;- so we ieedanot go far afield: for aniuse-il mient. In addition there arena number of:' boats ito be had ,for hire,' stilled by reliable boatmen wel acquained with l'ill': the' plaes' of interest ii Western Port Boy, also the best., fish ing ?roundl? and for tle l~nights of the trigger, the. places, .where ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890
---ANINTERESTING LETTERT .:an A 50In4035 SPECIALIST. lhK JAStI D. LL V l.LYN. who ItO dutlyn Lf :.Qneneie and Iteit?tred be the Iledinal :Itoad$ o nI 'ittoria and New Stuth \Vales. Is aware thas?t by deifrtigl ftoma the usual routine: of pneltire atid drotioe h!tnelf ixclua'sely tO a special b.nch ,-wh o haInts done for some tints.e, he is not stroi.tly fotiowino the fith. o0 permtenional etiquette; huto a a consderale tal.tl i the pro?ssoiOn re still digroeil to tilnd "'ell-- loer r nt nnyone'of their nunhteeri 'hn trhoiren I?olr fte rtt it tile treatmenot of certali nilments nd i rueally a~edlical SpectalUst, he dnes tnt ..eltnte to resors to nwtsn he eonoidere lewitin-- :. mon o It ro the poe.lnnrot diiseinotng eynttsid ernet "teY. and olf r'-n?yin . tar nr he is ale tie con. litn-,re i, ther ;.o!.nh It t, as-.rndly behotter to week a?aoitrao frnonll ie r ml:fl." ont ttitionerIn preference to Ve L~lEiE. ON SThe truee deignation of quackery belong, to Obese a'hAntblr aIlt?srln oth...