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Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 November 1889

'Hastings. --+- T(F0doir Oeii oWN CdoRRNiE DSs:o r.) It is irow pretty loudly rumored Ihere that the Cribb, Point: defence line is not going to be finished in December rs was expected at first. W1rell, we II?st.egs people would not grnumble;if the line was ?ltogetlher cribbed," as there seems to be no longer any good :canon for openriig it since General Edwards huls condemnied the idea of creetirg fortifications at that point of rWestern Post Bay. It makes me scratch..nLmy.headL sometimes wheou. J thilnk ;if ico onleSrciatelile,. onliya few years ago, highly recoimulnending the same spot as eminently fitted for the ei ection 'ifi dcfeince'Wiiik k..' Gene ral Edwiards and Colonel Scratclhler imnst have been brought up in two d;ie.e:t milita;y schools to make us iunders,.lad this difiference of olinion, "ut it i.s jit li. podsible 'tlat Colonel Scr;~itcley, lev s; 'not yet tiaught the 1 BC of l . iu, l it'id educ:.mo i when he told the gover'ment of Victoria tio Lul|d the C:iob Point ...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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Sorrento. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 November 1889

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A meeting of the Sorrento Investigation Board was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday week, to enquire into the question of renewing license for a refresh- ment stall on the foreshore near the baths. Several objections were lodged against granting the request. Mr Clarke, who has a refreshment stall on private property, considered it unfair to grant the request   as the applicant only paid a license fee to the Government of about £1 per annum. Mr. Finney also objected on the same grounds. Mr Sutton, the proprietor of the baths refreshment room, is in favor of the renewal being grainted. He had had a refreshment and waiting room built at the request of the residents and visitors, owing to the niecessity for it, for ladies bathing and waiting for their turn in' the baths.   He did mit bgain very imnch froism visitor; ontsild r ith e si ths .f' Mr. ?lens1ii, - pro prietor of the Continental Hotel supported, tmo ,ip!icotio...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

SGENERAL. S:id-Fiaced: Trliip-" iadaii, I :ini a hoiieless min: -." .Pttk'sit Hlusauitfa-" Well;' if you :re houdo less than amy,hus. livlid is; I pity your poor wife." * Physicisi-"'' You soi ,your son is fore risli, : miidasii. Notice the coating on this tonýnte." Mri'sAnxi\u " s I" don't see any co ting on Ihis tongue; Ilut I oee? an'iulster` ii his throat,; aid his pants aite dciLedifl * A` siiuhorditiit positostn.=" 'Nlow,"'s-id the :bridegrooniu t Fth: bridew irlin the rettinliled froni the iloneyiiiooni trip "?let us hlave a cleaii: inderstimiding lbefore -wd settle down td mniniried life. ?p?; yoi thG Presidenit o. thei ncipi~· e?ident' of this societ :"' "I iwant to be neither president nor: vice-resident,"" sihe ansawered ; " I ,will be' content with ai.sibordintte posi-. tioin" " Wliat is tlt?"'~' Trlsaisuroi. Iii'-oriný oni his co py."' hfolkwini is i' aitful i?rniing? to thes: who do not write plainly; nor piinstatrite:-A cciposis toei thus p irodied a"i well-know i q:o...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

. HOUSEHO49 IITNTWS At Wtl' ypoA way utis your fingers' to li Otii ,to which a fork should nover be appled. : , Aspar-gnus, whethte hlotor cold, when served whole, as it should boe. SLettuce, which should bte l ,A i4 nthea dressing or in 1 littlej4tl. ' : Celery,',whv'c ies(.iprop'eijly,, bphi on tlhe it 9poyqi hlss*). 4ihi doth;, S ?,iswY orre w i si'vted with:: the sto'ii'o y siwrdly are in the- iios6 ole"nuit l ousets. --- l f?tid, toast andl nall tartss ;id "sii?ll cjikes.' i Friiit of aill kinds, cupi \ and. prlesrvus, .which. !}e\ r;j -?l)i a spoon. .. . .~~~ ~~ .. ., ·'. ' -i '.: :

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FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

FISHL - 'ie fo11w?w? 1S the fish searket?report for November Ii :=-'J' lie ~ply' co;;prised -Fish, 1?"z baskets;' crayfish, '53 dozen ; oysters, 12hbags;ribhli~ts, 795 pairs. T.e; prices were :-Bream, 7s to 10s (id ; fiat baad, 4s i(d to (s Gd; :roek, 7s ld to 12s Krls , 14s to 26s; mullet, 5s to 1os. perch, 11s to lOs; pike, 8s 6i to 13; pil S chards'. 4ti (1, ; sahion, .s to Os; stran gers; 4s to 4s Gd; (iolt, .58 to lOs; whiting, " 3s to 81s; Murray cod as4 vprh, 3d to 4d ibr?, l; crayfish, Ss to 14s pr'j' 4kI-; aders, Is to 12s (id .per dozen; smkod fish,. jd to Os; schnapper, is to 7s each ; gels, 2?fo2ld perlb; oysters, lOs. to 0Os ]per bag; 4ia a, ?s .to 3s (id; rabbits,5s to i4s per dozen eoup,.

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DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

DANDENO~y - .oward a n Seott report; DAIRiX Cows, lasv siipply. Mind wiles were dull at lower rttos,,. Yoiunt dry cows were in good demand, id s to. useful young mixed stock, quitted at fully lat rates. is, a; large supply of all description and with the exception of prime lbaconers the demand , dull at reduced quotas tions. CaLVEs; extra large supply, ind prces jy uch lower. During the week-they oi ts of cattle for Messrs Jno. Payne dlt. ,mlop.; ! , A flirts' heart is like an ounnibust s luyse lauroom for 4in r - P

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

IMPORTANT NOTICE .,IO CAL: OPTION. ' MORDIALLOC DIVISION. OUR Vote anid Influence are respect, ... fully solicited;,,in~,increasisg the Numnber of Publican's Licenses-.in. Lthe above District. S POLLING DAY: : SMONDAY; 1sth NOVEMBER. PoL.LING vBooTHs: " MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, MORDIALLOC, AND -- ATHENJEUM;-MENTONE:.--;. NHounss- e.ar. to a r. P?. WEBSTER, .I Metone. MIORNINGTON FARM DAIRY, FRANKSTON. C. HENNING B EGS to thank the Inhahitaints of Frankstons and District for the Liberal Support accorded him in the past, and desiro to infoini thelim that Milk will be supplied for- 441 per Quart from Monday? "1?.1ttli. to " FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS. Fresh Butter Supplied Twice a Week. ;Fresh .Eggs, and a Good, Supply of New Potatoes. -, A TRIAL SOLICITED. FRANKSTON BUTCHERY. T. W. FERRIER, FAMILY BUTCHER, BEGS, to thank his inunseroius frionds and customers for the patronage bestowed on him since hlie comnnencedl business, and solicits a continuance of the sllme. Families waited on f...

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News of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

Niv t of c te hiy, - - - A. visit w,?n paid to i Ust.nll g onii Flidav week bIv severall ullihers of ithe Railway l)eplerinici iltluding le.j,?t'.+ it. 11. 'rancis, trallic superintendent, 'aubW\ bMioreddistrict iesuprintendent, who Weere oIt their w:ay to Crib Point t.linspect the Ioe line: tf that place. Adva:\ ntage was itken of their.presence lbr i niinher of lislleri eni llandl othei)t iiiterested ini the districti' to? jl::ce le fore thllem soic f the dis.,itdilii1es in rail')llial' ' i iittera' Iniler which. they nifef c" ilje n'hi'itil tof which wlas l01: Iriisteron e p[ goodIs ll no.11 i)?oseft's fronml the.iHisilige trainto aloirnthe?, t of the id iiiai.i ji t 'd l rin'i i l ied i l" uid thr1s iefolic tke eonunisshiirsi, the ii tiilier. of the Tolniperoiiei Socielty havem be i i agindg in p1eparatineis for n considerilthe time' paI, is iidverti id to takctloco iii itudkaii lteh December, :nod the itw fol'win.. t(ie:s?,;hIt is :oiPincedi thl:t (Ir) tinrhopry'htj ja, a l.'ý ...

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The Sham Fight at Mordialloe. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

The S1hame Fight at -lordialloc. lenltoc nul td .ordialllo i reneted quite a ga 1 al i' 'a penc. e oa N4nda. last. les Maee. had bee]l ... eil l }Ile ;illthoritic whereat- it displlav'th!c ?apli'iiiea of wh erenolt j p i l t he d *@ilil a b i1t . 1ic o f our soldielrv ;it the giiulo ,f wia, .nd early ( ith0o iinpr g the ltouliltiuhg fr.ce.; lle:anl 1i .q liic.' t A?lelei?c smiie fliyfol liPitior was i.dulgod in iby tlose on their wia to Morilialloc to join the attacking forces, and many a galiant defender was forewarine( front a railway carriage that lie had only a shorf time .to live and had better .iy his prayersl. Aun adiouiithioll that hle doubtless ait once cteld upon. Others were inljortillled llo o a:u t ih? fl, ,u dq'ais t I i viv'l1e " aie s f.-r to tri l," fo 4.Ie c;Lauilly lr'cisioi of the slbOlie-le!l riiles tp.lu ?ot!iethhitig h lij beni nille real game, woere they aliout to receive theh Ir iptisiln of fire their tlille O1ld hIltve been pitched in a less joyful key, and...

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MARKETS. Melbourne, November 15th. RETAIL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

MARKETS. ,Melbourne, November 1ath. RETAIL MARKETS. Butchers' meat is well supplied, and the quality is good. Butter is still over sup plied, and the market is heavy. ' Egg-s and poultry are without chmange, and the prices current may he noted as follows: BEFo , tlto lid pier lb; pork, (id to Sd do.: mutton, 2d to ad do. PouLTRY.-Fowls, is lid to 7s per pair; ducks, is to 7s lid do,; turkeys, is to :0us do.; geese, Ss to lts do. DAIRY PRODUCE. -Cheese, (hid to is per 11.; eggs, is to 1s 4d per dozen; butter, lid to is per lb .; bread, lid to 7d per 41b loaf; honey, (id to Ild per lb.; milk, 5d to (id per quart; halu, D0I to is Id per lb.; bacon, Sd to is do. . /

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

PHILTLIP ISLAND3AND WOOLAMAI. Meets'iat Grntsile the Sa turd ty nearest i1 n : :.. sHarbison, JP.: Couc: LLOOS: Ishlnd Riding-W.: Harbison;. J.P., T. 0McFe, 3J.P;'"John' Wst . S" ' nas?es Hoddinot,? J.P.:i:;' -:::I'C Corinella_ iding"--T. C? Tulloei?r Ja;ies .,Clirke; J. P.,1 S- "Keys. :?:', SECRETARYI' CLFRKOF' WORKS. Sc.:--c " SBonwsek Siiii': S ii i: Conneillors'rotis' in te'osrder in which their namns are: pri i:td.l The first retir a:ig i· Agus.'nexst yo.V : i.n. Cnli sin? a :ding yetr

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Langwarrin. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

Langwairrin, ~---t (FRoN OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The boom of the gunboats, while paying the usall tribute to the Prince of Wales, was plainly.audible here on Saturday. Several picnics have taken place around this locality lately; one very pleasant one at Sherwood last week, where boating, fishing, etc., were amlong the aullse nlents. Mr Lewis, a resident of the township, most appropriately took occasion to con clude the hurning of a large kiln of bricks on "Guy Fawkes" night; the sight seen after dark was one of great beauty, and several spectator.s gathlired to itniss it. . . MrI?T Gillishs has lron~sed to sahnit the relPesenitatiaels of tlhu deputation---wllich wiitiol oil ]lilll seO day" ago to urge the speedy construction of a line through Langwarrin-to his colleagues, and pro mised they would receive the best consideration.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

FLINDERS'ANI) iiANGEIONG. SMcets'at:Dromana :the' last S:iturdiiy ,i.1 c?ch month. PnREsaDENT : T. 0.: Martin. Couxcrstons: East; Riding-D.: fitiis, -J.P:, -. IDown ward, J.P., R. Stanley. , Centre Ridingli-T. O. MU tirtii, J. C. * Grifliths, WY: Brown. West Riding-W. Paitterson iR.'Anderson, -J.P., J. Cain, J.P. - Pctr Nowlan. !'TREASURE:S T. B. 3Mumtz.

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Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

Flilnders. (FRoP r OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Aýt last, after years of weary waiting, Cook-street is to receive some attention. On Saturday the Shire Secretary and Engineer were busy driving in pegs and talking levels; and, as the tender has been let, we trustthat ere many weeks elapse our principal street will be converted from a network of water courses to a fine well laid out street worthy of our pretty little watering place. I am glad to say that the, committee of management for the Park reserve are making an effort to improve the appear ance of-the place, a large area being cleared of unsightly trees and stumps preparatory to beoing converted into a cricket ground. Let us hope that with a few pounds spent in levelling, we shall have one of the prettiest turfs in the colony. On Saturday last "one boys" journeyed to Balnarring and played their first match of the season. Unfortunately they lost the ganme by two wickets; no disgrace, however. seeing that they batted three men short in...

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Phillip Island. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

Phillip Island. ---+- (FRoM ouR oWN CORRES'ONODEh.R.)" The Cowes Cricket Club held ai social in the Athenmunm, in aid of the funds of the club, on Friday, 8th inst.; over thirty couples attended. Dancing commenced at 8 o'clock, and continued until eleven,when the guests regaled themselves with plenty of tel and coffee and light refreshments; several songs were given, when dancin' was again resnmned, and was kept up with a more enlivened spirit until the wee sma' hours of the morning. After givinga vote of thanks to the ladies for their company, every one dispersed, all appearing well satisfied, and hoping ere long to be invited to a repetition of one of the most enjoyable socials ever held on tle island. The mnusic was efficiently rendered by Messrs J. Jenry, T. Jeury, W. Scott and A. Burton. Much credit is due to the caterer, Mr A. Findlly, for the efficiency and complete ness of the arrangements. One of our local puhlicans has come in a legacy of £14,000. Nice little sum, elh! The...

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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.] WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

Correspllhdence. -4--- [1e are' alwa? s r.cdy to lblidsh cnrresljondel:ee I lilatte-% ot intcrest. lote do nlot hold ourselves 1 'I'ER sUPt'Hl; SC l IE CI To 'rie EUITOR. Sme,--The scheme for the reticulation of the towlvlslii)s of Franekston andl Morning tonl as laid down by dfe'. Elliott, C.E., and submitted to the Mornington Slhire Couin cil at their last ieonthly mceeting appears to have been viewed wtilh much favor by several of the councillors present, notably Crs. Soliter. Irvine ltd Boxl , oeach of whome igreed that the schoeme wals it "noble" one. 'Tllis. Sir, is undoubtedly true, but is it worth the, tremendous outlay which would necesesarily 'te iiirolved w?ewhcn we . onsider, with Cr. Adnans, that we Ihave millions of gallons of wacter in our idst which goes to waste 'ninitclly? I stubtit, Sir, that if a geopl ereservoir were constructeid at the ie a!nk stn a!.tings' enptigh weiir wpuld lhe prleserletl to sipDly Fe ?allstpen cl ndorn ingtop foer all tiieie, it less. trn ...

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Frankston Police Court. NOVEMBER 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

Frankston Police Court. NOVEMBERP 11TH. Before Messrs. l:aro, P.;., A. Jones and C, Souter, J.P's. . C. J. Fox v. J. Fletcher, .(; 18s, for witness' fees aittending County Court, Melbourne.- Order for amiount, with 5s costs. . . . . T.' Wadlsworth v. C. Blnrnett,' i! for bricks delivered. Order for amount, with 5s costs. , Insipector Loal Board of Health v. Win. Daivy, for not having night pans cleaned by mniglhtinin licensed by the Muniicipal autthorities under the Act. . Mri Gillot appeared to prosecute.. The defence was that it was not considered fair and just to ;demand : - payment., -until . .work . had been executed. It was stated that though the inightnman appointed by the Council did not attend to the pans, the defondanst' lierlethlelssdid tliehi rbgularly attended , to: ..Tle bench held tliat accdrding to tlhe Act the Council had a perfect right to demand payment prior to enteriing upon the work, and tlit the only person by whom .night pans could be emptied, was one duly au...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

310][,NINGTON. Me.ts in Mornington Shire Hall tile Satmin d.i before full moon. PREsIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. CouvscLLoaos: North Bidiun 3 D. Bcix C Sotjmr, JP Z,?.and Cf-J3Fox z(Franksto )." East Riding-H. II. Piddlel (Hastings), J. Sa;vyer (Morningtion), T. Thornell (Soimerville). West Riding-J. E. Adamtls. A. Downward, J.P., .V. M. Irvine,J.P.+(Mornington). S'ECrETARY AND ENGro EEIr: * H E. Moors (Morninimtoli).

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

MAILS DELIVERED 'AT I"IWNKSTON. Prowi !1ecbouip- nc 91~1 mid :I pit. Fiont Ilormmmiimgon 9 0.10. unml l pall. Frot Drottia -:C!. t.llt Front Somuervilite and Ilastings-1 pitt. Front Cotiics'atitt S tnt Rotto-Monday, 'Wedntsdaoy and F riday-1 pit.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 November 1889

i {. .. . _ RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND IMORNINGTON. Melbourne; / dep. -7.10 a.n-:-* D.10-12.'2 p. m?. --#1.20-2.153-*4.45--?6.5--i ' iJ.35 '11.25. Frankston, . arr.-b.27" a.mn.-10.30-1l40O p.m. ?2-4:0?-:.353 6.5-7.55--10.55 12.43. Fr.nkston, dep.-10.'33 ":. -".- p.m. .1.20-8.2121.50. i Mornington Junction, dep.-10.50:an . :3.o p.m.-o.25-.17-1.5l . J, P .J a d 3Mooroodue, dep.-11.2 a.I?.-3.12 p. m. 0.37--8.2-1.17. 3lornington, arr.-11.15 a.im-3.23 p.1n. 0.50-s.42-1.30. Thosc marked, with an asterisk ,run through to Mornington. ':

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