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FRANKSTON V EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

FRAINKSTON V E}AST tEI.MLOUIRNE. These clubs met at 'rankston on \Wednesday I: st. 'Thie Ideals .i:were 'aain lucky ii winninig the toss and having first bat on a. beautiful wicket. Sa'idleir and Worrell were the first batsmen and soon warmed to their work scoring very freely off the bowling of O. Williams and B.. Keys both bowlers of repute. Sadleir was first out. caught in the slips once more,. '. 22. 38. O'Meara followed and scored 8 in good style when he was unfortunately, run out, 2. 8. 52. Reynolds went in and saw Worrell bowled by Ford after compiling 26 in good form 3 2(6. 6. 3 Grant followed and was caught without scoring, 4. i. 66.. . Reynolds sccumbed to Boyd. being clean bowled with a good one, 5. 9. 69. IBo joined Patterson in time to see the hitter bowled by Ford 6.6. 77. 7 h Martini paitered Box and a long stand was made. Martin played steadily while Box hit and the 100I was soon passed, Box being the first to go 7. 26. 2. Dial succeeded and negotiated a few balls saf...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

FRUIT GROHWING .TINDUS7'TR Mad reports on the condition of the crops reach us from the northern :antd other districts,; numerous orchards and vineyards having been injuredl by loeusts, somit of tlhem aIuost destroyved. Thl'e extreme heat of the 4th inst., which reach 1 )? degrees at Shepp'arton and 110 iat Mildura. and still higlh r in New Month Wales, also causedc considerable daunage to plaits in gardens. besides starting bush fires in various places ; but the wind with which it was accon:p;nUed caused still greater destruction to orchards, vine :yads and other gardens. Apiles and pears of course, suffered more thall others, because the wind gets a better hIold of them, and theiy are enitirely stripped.i n. ue ,l:aces. .Theli O'rchlird -aroundi Castlciliaiue, liar court, Barker's Creek. and Cmnpbhll''s Creek suffered severely. also at .blauvy borough aIIu1 other lhih.ces. The heLa'vy rain which followeal, a'ml was general nearly throughout. lithe co'?iyv. proved highly hcineficial...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

JILU 1aVGTOU. (FROM OUR1 OWN CORIIESPONDENT.) A sad accident happened on lMondaa last at the hattern. quarry, to. a ladl niiamed Anthony Coiinell aged 14 years, the eldest son of Mr Janies Connell of the Three Chain- Road, the lad in question was assisting others qualrrying stoneu for some shire contracts, when a fall of stone caught him and crushed hilln to death on the spot, the skull and chest being fearfully bruised. A maigisteii;l inquiry was held, and the cause of death was assigned to be purely accidental as above. One of the Traininig l[ome bands in connection with tile ?alvation Army paid Mornington a visit on Tuesday, and held a very successful meeting in the Mechanics' Institute during the evening. The result of their trip I am given to understand, linancially was highly satisfactory, Their per formance were realy excellent, the drummer who was quite a lad shlwing extraordinary talent, having obtained a proficieCcy seldom seen except in the best military bands. I understa...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

TO THE EUITOR. Six,-Perinitime through the e1' unins of yoir widely circulated : and valuable journal, to draw aitentioni to a nuisance tha t; may be eion on the beach frontage niier Mr Ki kpalrrick's Hotel. Ii allude to the act on of the. councillors in preventlngn rubbiih li , anil the erection of a public W.C. within a nshort distance of somni of the best houses in Morniigton. It ineeil not be pointed out that the latter will be i great source of IaIunIoInce to those who like a stroll on tih beach, especially should there lie a Ilarge plic-ice party. and a few of tlieiu lhappen to be under the infilnence of liquor. Recent expericice and sollie of the actionas of our councillors make mne wonder if they are sIne beings. It'is very certain that tlhv are doing their best to drive visitors awav Io other parts, ioteail of induvinig then to visit otne of the most popular anmil boeautiful places around the Bav. Thainknig you in antiripation. I aim youra etc., Janiary I.5th ISMI.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

]L1INDERS.A (J Ehi NO]IGcON G' MIeets'tL aI)IOJZI p ,the, ]ILstV+S6aturdalyý'ml each onth. / - ·~%i~ ol nLm1~j. I. Pown h. SLLdtfJ;P (IUutr b]~:qFOiUN.L.. .ilOi tdS: C cl'est ]l~iXh ? J: MiIL I i Andcrl tin I SFCIETAPX: Tnrsassunrs: J '(()I; I1+

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

SOMERVILLE. . (FIROMx Urn OiW:N CORrEMl:,oNo:aT'.): .. "On' thie oifst day of the old year a wedding took place that has attracted considerable notice. The happy couple weie Mr .I. Sawrey, thirdl son of Mr E1. . Sawrey of Apple Park, ])amnle nong, to Miss E. Baker, second daughter of the late .loseph Baker of Glen Eira Somerville. The weldding took place in the Wesleyan Church, the lrev RI. O. Cook beaing tihe otlliciatig minister. The bride was dressed in cream liberty silk, trinmmed with Mal tese laace andl Pearls, with veil and wreath of orange blossoms. The brides imaids, (foirir) two of whoult were the bride's sisters, were dressed in white box .iiuilin dresses, and two sisters of the bridegoom in entbroided dresses and salmnon liberty silk bodies. The bride was given awav by her eldetst brother. The church was beautifuly decorated with wreatht ald floral tributes, cocoa nut matting being laid from the gate to the church Ador strewed with crushed roses. The decorations were the...

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CRICKET. DANDENONG v FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

CRICKE2. DANDENONO V FRANKETON. The return match between these clubs was played at Frankston on (Sat. urday last before-a good attendance of spectators. Kelso won the toss from Dowell and as the wicket was in first class order, he decided to take the advantage of this, and sent Sadleir and Patterson in to the bowling of Keys and Hobbs." Before a run was scored Patterson was well taken in the slips by Keys off Hobbs, 1. 0. 0. Box took the vacant place and after a few runs had been scored was given out leg before wicket, 2.0. 6., Reynolds joined Sadleir and the score was brought up to 37 when the latter was well taken by Chalmers off Keys, the board showing 3. 25. 37. Joe Kelso camne in and after a few overs both - men scored freely -eynolds finally being bowled by Hobbs, 4.21. 69.-. Sanm. Kelso joined his brother and both showed good form till Hobbs scattered Sam's stumps, 5. 11.87. Dial--followed and .Toe Kelso hit a five all run which pumped Dial, for he was clean bowled next ball-...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

SI[I1{FS' ])IRECTORY . 8 Mo1 G¶~l N1ý(ON:. e t mets in M orningto Shire hull the Satt di dLy' ibefor& lull' uiuii Coo eiLLOt a: Nort iiJuu'-l n-I ). h1.x C, So iitei'; 1 4 " Ti' :.'.. l (1rul. LLI~tL)I) *.;;, ~ : Elslt lliiliii.2;Ir' il l (hlustxuga), J.; SLwyce (Miounmn tigiih) "1' .1iorn *ll ' -,f (Somuerville). u; \Yst c ',i, ling~-1 tEL Aubuen IAl:)nwwuifioi, J P. V. MI Ir neo TI'. (Mlouuni'touu): Sreuru'uury ANI) ENGNInopuL fi It L M1loon (M~nornuiin.4ou a~)

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SPORTING NOTES. [Selected from the Melbourne Papers.] Racing fixtures for next week:— SATURDAY, 17TH JAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

SPOBTING NOTES. -4- (Selected from the Melbourne Papers.] Raciing fixtures. for next week.: S r. siT DAT. 17TR JAI. Entries for Landsborough Turf Meeting. Entries for Ballarat Miner Turf Meeting. Entries,. for. Burembeet. Park and Windermere'Meeting. MoNDAI. 19TH JAN. " Landsborough Turf Meeting. Weights forOakleigh Park meeting. M·ordialloc Races. Williamstown Race meeting. General Entries for -Geelong annual Meeting. TUESDAY, :OrH JAN. tOakleigh' Park Races. Entries for Camperdown Annual Races. Pyalong Annual Races. WEDNESDAY. 21sT JAN. IRaywood Annal-Races. Mordialloc (Richfield) Races. iallarat Miners Turf Club Races. THURSDAY, 22ND JAN. Dandenong Races. * FRIDAY. 2lRD JAN. Nil. Pleasant weather and excellent, spor combined to make the Mentone meeting very enjoyable.. 'The Selling Hurdle Race was much more exciting than such events usually are, the veteran Ace just beating Staflord, who is a comparative, novice at jumping, after' i'? desperate set-to. ' The accident that befell ...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

MAILS 1)EIVEI:EI) 1T,.FR1NKIST'ON. F 111 Mlelbourne-J9 1.11. a id p.n:.111. Front SoIacrviile anid 1 rootiiigs-1 p.m). Fr1oln Coes a1nd San Reio-\Iouday, .: o\T uecsday ;rld Friday l-1 p.Im.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.]TO THE EDITOR BATHING ON THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

CORRESPONDENCE. I We are:always ready to publish correspondeuce on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselvel Sreeponsible for the opinions explressed by onu Corrempondents.-Ea. M.S.1 To TIa EDITOR - BATHING ON THE BLACH. Sn,,--Will you kindly inform tle if there is a bye-law that regulates bathing on the beach at atr:mhkston. ITiiiderstand there is, but it seems to inethat little. iotice ismtaken of the matter; I have been freqiuelillv shuoked to see persons of both stxe Ibathing. i the Op open entirely destitute of bathing attire' This tnv be seti any warm morning or afternoon. and [ thiink that, for tle. s'ake of lpubhli decency this should be put it stop to. I ian, yours etc.. AN UN PROTECTED OR PIfAN. [A bye-law was passed by the council several months ago, prnhibiting bathing on the beach itt Friankstom, betweeni Sweetwater Creek and Beach street. (The public balthe excepted.) En. M.S'.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

Every one Onuht to Insure Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF:::, AUSTRALASIA, HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLI NS AND. MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: "TnOMAS MoUBRAr, EsQ., JT.., Chairinan. G. D). CARTER, Esq., M.Y. Tnos. ALwroN,EsQ.,J.P.,Vicc-Chairman. I R. G. BENsoN, Esq., J.P. MATTrrAw LANG, EsQ.. J.P. (Mayor of Melbourne). 11oN. C. J. HAM, M.L.C. LOWEST CURRIENT RATES OF PREIIIU3. Bush Fires and Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. WILLIAM MIACREDIE, Seccretary. Agent for Frankston-MA?lRK nRO)uv. Agent for 3Mornington-.T. E. WOnIRELl.. _ 'rofessional. [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. l(Successor to DR. ATKINS.) May be Consulted Daily at his Residence "TATIARA," iBAr STREET, FRANKSTO N. He y" also hq .Cosulted, at; t-. HASTINGS At 3fr. Cooper's Royal Hotel every Wednesday hptween 11 and 12 noon. Also at SOMERVILLE' Every 3londay, Ietween 2 awl 4 p.m., at ,the residence of Mrn. Tnos. TIIRNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 8 TO 11 A... 6 to 8 P.M. Dr. SCANTLEBURY ...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 17th JANUARY 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

"·Not timidlr, nor nrashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY JIOR2NING. 17th JAI?ARY 1891. WE 'are'glad to observe thiit several of the mlagistrates of the colony, (among which are some of our local ones) seem determlined to put down the practice of using obscene hinguagc. Several exemplary punisluhents hiave been recorded, which it is, to be hoped .will have the effect of litting al check to this disguiisting practice. This duty of the imagistrates unpleaalnt, though it may he,, will recive the thanks and support of all right thinking people. The practice of using obscene lagliiage is far too collon ili the communllity, iInd the evil of it is thait young chil dren in iialny instlinCes eoltraict the habitifroml their elders, and iunder the ilnpression that it is maniiily to use bad language, can scarcely uitter i sell teilce without using n onth.i Their" ganies are carried oil amiidst a contiulii volley of obscene explressions fi?om the pilayers, o. matter w?ho is .within eaiishot? ?t' ll ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

AN INTERESTING LETTERL SPECIALIST. D R. JAMIS D. LLEWELLYX, who Is daly Qualified and ltt-ietrred ha the Medical BoaIrds of 'i,:erla and New South Ylis.is amoire tat tabye'de.erniuw !froin utse nuul.f irotine bIof ýpripdat anda d iutý7 )t'tsbcw cxcluawvely toaei sclil l neddtghl?dk ' e IS :donefer "aoide-tf het iict strictly foliawin; tile attll of prafeisionametiquett : but. a, a c2n1eiderble bllOdccof the profeslsitao re still dieposL(Io'd it sidd coldl?;loioffrdm hihbtnie'bf their nuaal aw,,le"tniero ltn·!.-Uteattt ,tht tresttoent of certai*l ents anll s re ally a ldtlical Specialist.he does not lheritate toe.r"ncrtto nhh.t he conlidero leIititno nlatas file th.t'pntO 0Ceof die oininncyniC-tl criticisr?. al tof eo n?t;gilg as fan a he is atie the con. tlwence of the p:,lie. tis ?auin redly better to set:k assitance fruai tlihie a?lll! u'berctitloner in preference T ulk trie dýrgnntlo: of lUahecr hIelongs to those toUele?os a?y eurhoe wh" jtaid i i n t ta parnict'of nedtit Ircke a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

Auctions. AUCTION SALE. AUCTION SALE. AUCTION SALE.' IN R Y P.IREOU I Auctioneer, -irankton,: in conjiunction . with 1'. I I). \.A ', a;Ete at;Ageiit, F]ranks ton,i wiill hnol?: nmiinster.Auction -Sale of Farms, Township Blocks, Miansion Sites. Villai and Business sites, etc., etc., oil 'iatutily the ) lit day -o Janiary. IPersons having 'anvthiig' to subtiiit iill oblige hby forwarding partculhirs ?ait oince to T. Davey, or 1i cnoif, I' r inkston. ihe iboic sale ?ill rbe.,hchl h at Knockderene "it Iilgi Sth rt, 1Frankston thei same being for oi leion thei above date .... .. .- . 1 1 : . .. .. . ... 1rinikstoi I, i. AX .1N U.; A d,, R ,, rd:., M - ORTGC GEES'.:AhE. : a At the ooms' 31i, Collins Street At2 o'clock. At Dromain a ;:::11 acres (being' crowi portioi 1'. pisrish of l Wiannaeue, .Counityv- of Mornington) With foreshore fronfi gie, and improvements consistingof siub. stantial holnestiad, liarg i oitbaiildings.;, good orchard, etc., will be sold' by auction, by order of thoe...

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SELECT POETRY. THE PRICE OF A DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

SI LECT' POET'R Y. THE -PRICE OF Ak DRINK." "Sixpence a glass!" Does anyone think That is really the price of a drink ? "Sixpence a glass!" I hear yon say, "' Why that isn't very mutch to pay." Alh, no indeed ! 'tis ia very small sill You are passing over 'twixt finger and thumb; And if that were all yoen give away, It wouldn't Isi very much to pay. The price of a drink? Let him decide Who has lost his courage and lost his pride, And lies a grovelling henp of clay. Not far removed from a hbeast, to-day The price of a drink ? Let that one tell Who sleeps to-night in b inurderer's cell, And feels within himt the fires of hell. Honor and virtue, love and truth, All the glory and pride of youth, Hopes of manhood, of wealth, of faste High endeavour and noble aim These sare the treasures thrown away As the price of ia drink from day to day. "Sixpenceui glass!" How Satan laiauglhed As over the halr the young man quIaffled . The headed liquor; for the demon knew The terrible work that drink...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

I'ES.lS 01.' N .IISS. ---4-- The general secretary of thie Frankston Town Band desires to aei:nowledge with thanks, the receipt of Xl is fromn Mrs Heyward and 1 Is. fromn M.r H. Wells towards the band funds. Mrs E. Coxall of Frankston; desires to acknowledge ?with thanks thoe:iceipt'if ii liiiaids?niie giftlof fancy goods,: etc., froni the firm of Rosenthal Arnson'?ind Co., for the forthcoming hainair imaid of thlJfunds of Staunl's Church 'of England, Franks ton. : O Saturday aniioistiron's eabilbge 'was on view in front of Mr T iitchie's store. The vegetahble was growin ii the garden of Constable Moore, and turned the scales ait :4lbs.: This showts what the soil in thi locality is capable of doing. A visit iwais paid by the Guard LRand of thi Salv ation Army on Monday, last. They; were alhot .,i10 in. number, and paradetdd the various streets in Frankston, playing lively? airs .reatly to thle :dlight of the residents. Ini the iveniig a i nit ing . was hlt in the Teiperiance Hall at...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

. I/ i MOORABBIN. .3MTtii fMlitShirre Ill, South Brighiton hi lI1I!; iliii, ldiu&UT1iny~icli moith. IJ in "di Coun.crtLonus: *Nrti R1idinui-XiT. GG.B irgoss, Hon T. fil' Boeut. F. Hollier. 1i- 6Atidin- I . fercSwain, J. 3Mills, P. Wisf.tilihg -J. . 1nll) .D AbbotA ' in Burnctt. '^i :· St -·aiy^oh.'K ysilJI./^l^.: ln,n;)i) ^';.^ '^ : ^ '^ '.lT'; l*

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY NOV 29TH 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

FLINDERS AND EdANGERIRONG SHIRE COUNCIL. ..?' --.----- 'S.rTunWiD Nov 29TRn 1891. Present, CrsDownward (Presidenit) Baldry,' Cain, Hurley, Stanley and Wilson. , Minutes of previous meeting read .and confirmed; . - Correspondence inwairds read and dealt with as'follows : From H. H. Hayter acknowledging statistical returns. Read. * From H. H. Hayter .forwardiug t statistical forims for present year. ]lead. From Lands Department stating that it was inadvisable to add to 'present Trustees of Ocean Park Sorrento. Cr Wilson moved that council asks that the vacancies 'caused by.deaths of Messrs Danby and Ford he filled up, Seconded by Cr Hurley. Ultimately it was agreed to postpone this till next meeting. From Lands Department, stating land asked by council for a timber reserve Balnuarine is held by .Tohn McConnell. ltea . From Agriculture Department for warding forms. ]lead. From Crown Law oflices, stating M[dclisnics' Institute D)romans was uitisittable for court house purposes. Presiden...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

S LFraiikstoni Bootii .st ehousee. R : EYNOLDS r&. CO., P-r It·c 1 T P C ('r 1'0 r 0 T IE t S' .,!ý,,i - t P l: , .Si:ikE} 'r,1 Ft lA (a o l =-? 'o?,'? ' And at SO?MERVILLE. LI Boots 6f 11D i pll sriitins made to Or der. .'./ i Fit ?Gui itnted , S, and iid ;Sewl :diork a' Specialty .' S,, epairs ;Neatly Executed.., ,IEL1OU .E . .l . , .IcL . "..OO .T ANDI SIO ? ' I"t "OUSI .' T CORE:. ;MENTONEl"AR l'?;DE, MENTONE, S,-OOTS .nl S10ES mad, :to: o?rder; L - lRepairs . Neatly. :Eiecute? i. Re'ady 31ado Bgots 1 and Shots. lclo?n Melbouirnle GI ctioniers and"l?lME Agents.' SIIRE OF IOrlNINGTON. CR08KiLT:, IUTOIIL &. C. ; i' (Of it o.i lone ind F ranikson)t) ('.1eneral ,Auuetioncers, iouse, ' Sand: Laud Agenuts, t71-Li. ioldG eckld Saile. :1iIdvertised lIIO? SES, FURN .'.Td I, U ,E?:?i alesi Condutcte by thlir Auctince ers: HTUOi:AS r1l'ClItE L1 Lur IENQUF .I -Aciointl Sales ' ioindptly lelidered. I ;:All', Coninniunictlns to t:i d Ollicee: t F113 IIL IYKET' MEEIlOU1RNE'''':...

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