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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
.^lbonrs dep.--.1 0a.--.- lO--1- .20 .i- a ;n-1a.=-*S.16-4.46-- 6 3 "11.5. * Frluatkb , arr.-8.27 anm.-10.30-1.40 . .; a_.-4O--8a5-6.5-7.65-10.55 * : 4'-2.4." " . ?. ralto· , dep.-l10.3 .m.-2.45 p.m. .. 10-.2-12.50. . Lgwuria, dep.-10.4 a.m.-2.65 p.m. 69.J-8.12-1.0. Morningtou Junction, dep-10.60 am. i. Opa. -26-a.l,7-1.6. ...... ,iooroac, dep.--l.2 a.m.-3.12 p.m. S.87-,29--.1.. Mraiminton, ar.--ll.15, am.-a8.2 p.in; SThosB.a"ked with a aasterisk :rn A.thomgh to Xonrington. . .
How the Poor Live. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
;(BEy iGEoser . 8 nr- : 'Author t"' I :}:-?,r: Dsagicet:l lsade,.Vil .) the l: f the& ily con thoe itavage trics cease to appeal for faAunds. I have no shipwrceks, no hattles, no mnorig adventures by flood and fiehl, to record. Much perils :s I :lnd my fellow-travellirv hgone encounterdtl oi r journey are riot of the order which lend themselves to stirrin narrative.' It is uspleasant to Ie mistaken; in nderground cellars where'the vilenc outenat:hide fnmro the light· of :the lay, for deteefivcr in feorch' f their trey-orditi ci, pgerils to breats e ad i ome hu-t eller a atretch ro atmosrephd ereon charged 'owith infection firid poisoned with indeieribible; efud'atit iA ha"t arour ournei arioted iof dthe i order whlihd unllderg b crod 'of ris whereg who vilve outasts hidetaril tris litte lto tothen' the maximor dtes iohn Leech,of thate hilf biricks wcre speciillylesigiled for thil renefit of 'strangers;' to buteathes fr sot hodveitures at a threto h riii'order; chrgd theyd wi...
MARKETS. QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
SARKETS. QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. The markt,t wats wellasuppli4d with sea soniable veget'ibles this morning, and the demand was not very brisk, prices of most sorts were iasier. 'In dairy produce, butter was lower, and eggs were also the turn down. Poultry was fairly supplied, and at moderate prices. The following were the riding rates, viz: i VEolTrALZs.-Asppaagus, 28. to (s. per 1014 beins;:(briad)~ild. to 2d. per b1.; Ibet, (id. to Sd. per dozen; bouquets, 3s. to 12s. do.; cabbages, ltk. to 2s. Ikd. do.; car rots (id.' to Sd. per dozen bunches; cauli flowers, Is. to is. per dozen; celery, is. (Id. to 2s. ..ld. do.; cress (,water) 74d. to (li. per dozen hunches; ghrlic. f6d. to ad. per lb.; horseradish, Is. to (is. per dozen bunches; leek, Sd. to Is. do.; lettuce, ad. to Is. per dozen; marjoraze, tkl. to Sd. per dozen bunches; mint,(ki.to8d. do.; onions,dried, -4d. per lb.;. do., grbn, (6b. to Is. per dozen lbunches; parsley, (i. to 'Sd. do.; '?parsnips. Is. to 2s. do.; peas, 3d. to...
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
The Hasi gs people. have made a move about holding their race iil(eting, the date has been fledx for Boxing sDby, December 26th. A e ýe been draws up ad-will be a in oureolumas The Cr.-anbe-sl a Club will hold a meetlng on Wedneeday nest, the 9th lust. up, and has been well reponded to. It :?nsists of a Hurdle 'RBe, .SmllilngHeale Race and four poyraymeg At Dandeong, on the following-day, 10th inst.,a pr gramme of eight racee for poni,'sa ?Eling Hurdle Race and a Member' Handicap wil be disposed of. A Great Racehorse.-Under the above heading The Argus publishdd the following account of the doings of Abercorm '--The perforimance of Mr. James White's horse Abercorn at the spring meeting' of' the .Australian Jockey Club, whiich was c.nn ciuded at Randwick on Saturd.y, have betn the admiration of raceing men;"and"fhe opinion has been freely expresse.l tliat.th,, son' of'Chester -and Cinnamon' has. shown himself to be the best horse ever own~ld .y Mr ,White. This is saying a gr?at del;l ...
Soundings from the Sea. Serrant. Sir, even now Did the [?] to[?] upon our shore this chest, 'Tis of some wreck. Cerimon. Set it down, let's look on it. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
Soalung.ifrom the sm. Serront. Sir, even now. i' Did the sea utopoti oirishore this cheast . Tim ot some wreck. Cermon. Set it down, let'. look on it. From sixteen down to-twelve years ago a party of young menused to pay regular. visits to SehniPper rPoint? now-.Morningtod. Oni theSunhdaywv: would." shank it" to Melbourne, call. calling for refreshments on the way° at Frankaton and Mordialhoc. We al. ways maintained that these places would attain the dignity of populous seaside holiday ,? reorts, and mnever wearied of siiging ,their praises. Many a time and oft have we engaged in a heated controversy with other pedestrian friends who were loud in their praises:of some other part of picturesque Victoria. For my part I have never cooled in my regard .for the Mornington district, though most of my "co-mates and brothers in exile" have transferred their allegiance to other holiday resorts. One trum pets the praises of the. Bright district; another holds that the Fernshaw dis trict far a...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
CRICKET. M'ornington Cricket Club.-The annual general meeting of the Mornington Cric ket Clilb was held in the Atheneum Hallh, Mornington, oni Saturday evening last. There was a large attendance of members, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Grover. The balance-sheet was read by Mr. Way cott the secretary, and showed the Club to be in a prosperous condition. The batting and bowling averages were then presented (as published at foot hereof) and from which it will be seen that Mr. Cantwell carries off the -Batting 'Prize with an average of 12"5 runs, and Mr. Evans the Bowling Prize with an average of 910 runs per wicket. The following oflce-bearers were elected for the ensuing season: President, J. Grice, Esq.; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Downward, Kirkpatrick, Jenner, Irvine and Dr. Wilkinson; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. J. E. Worrall; General Committee, Messrs. Cantwell, Munro, Mar tin, Grover, Moors, Stanley, Parsons and Flood; Match Committee, Messrs. Grover, Martin and Worrall. It w...
Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
Sporting- Notes. FOOTBALL. Mornington v. Frankston.-These clubs met for the last time this season at Mornington on Saturday last. Despite the very boisteroris state of the weather a large number of spectators were present to witness the game from start to finish. The teams were very slow in getting to work, and it was not until after four o'clock that the ball was kicked off by Bennett for Frankston, who, having lost the toss, had to kick against the wind, which a few minutes after starting blew with tremendous force, and accompanied by a cold heavy rain, lasted pretty well through the afternoon, and quite destroyed any chance of good individual play. Immediately on the ball being kicked off it was rushed down towards the Frankston end, where the Mornington men, assisted by the wind, experienced no great difficulty in keeping it. For some few minutes the play.was almost wholly confined to within a distance of 50 yards of the goal posts; and as nearly the full force of the two teams ...
The Hastings Fisherman's Union [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
The Hastings Fisherman's Union A meeting of the office-bearers and members of the above Union was held in the Hastings Reading Room on Friday evening the 27th ult. Mr. Ward, the President, occupied the chair. The busi ness was principally to review the position of the Fishermans' Union of Hastings- to disband that association and form a new one, to be called " The Hastings Branch of the Fishermans' Union." It was unani mously agreed that the old Union dissolve, and that a new one be formed. The fol. lowing oice-bearers were elected.--Presi dents, Messrs. G. Brown, H. Peddle, Senr., A. Minnis, and D. Reid, and conjointly with these gentlemen seven others were elected to carry on the business of the Society. A motion to the effect that the balance of the funds of the disbanded organization be handed to the newly formed Union was put and carried. A few members expressed the opinion that the funds should be distributed amongst the Hospitals. A sub-committee was ap pointed to draw up rul...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
T.he; Lrgest.G lass and. Pbttery Galleries in the Southern Hemisphere.: N.OV ELTIES Arriving by almost every Mail. Sew Siam Troughs and Burmnese Ware. The Household Goods are now so well chosen at home that Prices are within reach of all, and , either Cottage or . Mansion. can T:be.,. 2..,; S.furnished from our immense Stock. Visitors to Melbourne are reminded that the Showroomn are opened for Inspection and.,Promienade. YOUNGH:USBAND &CO. LIMITED. O . :, .: o SELLING BROKERS, -AE cAs ADVAC-S-. Personal Supervision over all Consignments. Auction Sales:Daily. Account Sales Promptly. : No Cartage from Railway Station: Charged. THE " DEFIES ;IIMPIO COMPETITION, OF THE ITS VICTOR..S IS Tj.. ' Li • : THE 1VH LE WOR(LD. WORLD. The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES . IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON IUp.e," L rIITF:T ])IIAUIHIT lNII-iIi I T Il WILIl. 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE, LAST SEA. SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITy. SThe 1888 Bie?,ere i Lowre, in ?I"+leiiht,. Lighter ...
News of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 October 1889
News of the Day. We regret being compelled to hold over a few items of intelligence. This being our first issue we have been somewhat rushed with copy, but have striven to give the most interesting matters that have transpired during the week. When we get into full swing, our readers may rely upon being fur. nished with news up to time of publi cation. Exception was taken, by the Morn ington correspondent, of one of the journals circulating within the County, to what he called the "assumption" by us of the name Mornington. We certainly claim a perfect right to use the name Mornington as part of the title of our journal. Although our printing and publishing office is, located at Frankston-a township within the County boundary-we in tend to equally and fully represent the other parts of the County. The Dock Laborers' strike, towards which Victoria subscribed, so hand, somely, has brought prominently under our notice the condition of the Poor of London. In another part of out paper we ...
MARKETS. RETAIL MARKETS. 10th October. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
MARKETS. -4-- RETAIL MARKETS. loth October. Butcher's meat is in fair demand. and last week's prices still rule. Butter and eggs continue plentiful and cheap, hut the supply of poultry fit for the table is still limited. The current prices are:- Beef, :d to lid per Ib; pork, (kl to 8d do.; mutton, 2d to ad do. Poultry.-Fowls, is lid to 7s per pair; ducks, (is to 7s lid do.; turkeys, 18s to :los do.; geese, Ss to 10s do. Dairy Produce.-Cheese. (id to is per lb; eggs, lid to Is 3d per dozen; butter, lid to is per lb; bread, lid to ?d per 41b loaf; honey, lid to lid per Ih; milk,S d to lid qer quart; hamn, 10d to is 14 per bh; bacon, td to Is do. QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. The market was fairly supplied with seasonable vegetables this morning, and sales were active. Prices about the same as on last Saturday, and rule as follows : Vegetables.-Aspalragus, is to (is per 100; beans (I(road). 1.d to 2d per lb.; beet, (id to Sd per doz; houquets, :is to 8s do; cabbages, lid to Is lid do.; carrot...
DANDENONG. 8th October. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
DANDENONG. Sth Octolcr. Howard, and Scott reicrt: Dairy Cows-Fair su ?ply. :nd few buyers icing in attendance, and sales about the salle as last weo·k. Young dry cows sold re alily atfron ititsto l7s; ol cows 2l3s to 4is, and useful young mixed stock :15s to 50s. Pigs of all descriptions were scarce the supply not being nearly equul to the demand. Baconers fronm tils to tis ; -meditun from -.-is to l51s; porkers, :l.s to 4Js ; mediuil, 2.1s to :iUs; no good stores forward; slips to -'s (id; suckers, los to l(is. Calves; no reilly good yardedl ; medium, 15s to 20s: inferior, :s to 10s. They also report having held their usual monthly sales at their Cranbourne yards, all classes of cattle selling well. Store cows to £1 7s; bullocks to ?L ; young cattle, - 4)s to ngs; poddles, 2-s to :ls: very few milkers and springeirs yarded. We sold on account of 3Messrs P. 0' Brien. Nolan- Collins, Foster. Fry. D. Mc Kay, Fletcher, and others alt. very satisfactory prices.; -
News of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
News of the 'Day. An , accidentc 'of -, very p ainful nature iheftel''the i'daighhter . of Mrs luau .at . rexaiwt on.n'..xsiitta.u'rsu1k. tol, i do. stayg ii ,'at l Youiirs ,Pier IH?otel :The "littlc giwas plaing'iun the pasisage-way lefdinfi to the bath at the back of the hotel aiid the window heing, 1ipeied she'i n.aniged, by some unfortunl itc inseuli, to fall throughi it oni to the grouiiid, a 'dtiiiie of about 20, feet. ,..,Dr.., Atkins wv as at once .mlled iii, iid he iionoiuneed tile acci dent not likely to be attended with serious consequences. but Mrs Bla ir tclegraiphed for ;Di'. Fitgertild: Up to the time of goingi to press we hal1 unpt heard of; his arival. . . ; .i :; The lady. nembers of St. Peter's Churlch, of Einglad,i Mornington, ha:ve formed a "giilidl" witlh th object of giving pllelticil tissusiiuce it mnitters conn'ieted with 'the Chlireli aid Su d:!y Sehool. A concert twas given inl the Mlccliiniiis' l nstitte :last ilight li-' them, assistedh h several 'geitle...
Soundings from the Sea. Servant. Sir, even now Did the sea toss upon our shore this chest, Tis of some wreek. Cerimon. Set it down, let's look on it. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Soundings from the Sea. 13 SL*-SlERt1ENT. Sernnt. Sir, even now Dii the sea toss upon our shore this chest, 'Tis of some wreck. Cerinton. Set it down, let's look on it. Cr Fox in his aittempt to obtain :t rescision of the resolutions of tile Morningtoni Shire Council which apply to- the mteetings of tile Council, only obtaiued the support of two other councillors. Certinlyv the weight of evidence was strongly in favor' of the opponents of the ln?lposal. The t mly arguiments of ailvy liotmelit thitt were advanced were thatt councillors and others who have business with the Council, amp live at the extremities of the Shire, are put to considerable trouble anid cost to attend. Counllll ors court the hoinor, and unllldertake the duties fully cognizant at the outset of what is involvedl. And contractors would have nothing whateverc to do with Shire contracts if the obtaining, them didn't vield some modicun of priofit. There may be an element of unfairness about. thile samne gentlelte:: b...
Frankston Wesleyan Church. CIRCUIT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Fralkston Wesleyan Churc h. CIRCUIT MEETING. On Friday afternoon, the 4th inst., the usual quarterly meeting of the Frankston circuit, in connection with the Wesleyan Church, was held at the residence of Mr. Patterson. The Rev. R. O. Cook presided. The following places, were represented: Frankston-Mr. Box, senior circuit steward, and Messrs.. Thompson, Pat terson and Griffiths. Somllerville-Mr. Unthank, junior circuit steward, and Mr. Westaway. Hastings-Mr. Ward. Lynd hurst and Mornington were not repre sented. .After the usual devotional exercises, the minutes of the previous meleting were read and confirmed. There was a decrease of several members from the previous quarter owing to removals, also the death of the late Mr. McCoomb. The income and expenditure was then entered into, and it was found that there was a deficiency for the quarter, though it was equal with quarters- corresponding in the same portion of other years. The long standing question of the class meeting as i test...
FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
YEANKSTON MUTVAL IMPEBOVEMENT SOCIETY. BENEFIT CONCERT. On Friday evening, tile 4th inst., an invitation concert was given, mnder the auspices of the above Society, in the Mechanics' Hall. It is intended by this Society to, give two other conceits of a similar kind, and the collection which was taken uip, and will he taken up at the others, is to In eqnually divided between the three Frankston Churches. To Mrs O'Grady and Miss Sage is due the credit of the artistic disposition of the luxuriant display of cut flowers and pot pl;ants on the stage; kindly lent by Miss Masterden, which, together with the hunting suspended over the windows, gave to the hail a quite animated and gay appearannce. Cr C. J. Fox occupied the chair, and briefly explained the purpose for which ti:ese entertainments had been organised, and stated that there would he an equal distribution of the money derived there fron aimong the chnrches. Mrs Glew, who. acted as accomnpanist for the majority of the performers, ...