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HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

HASTINGS TO- FRANKSTON AND MELBOUNE: - Hastings, dep -8.0 a.m.- 11. 5-7.0pm. 9.5. : . .. . , Tyabb, dep.-8.10 a.m.--12.0- 710 p.m. 9.15. Somerville, dep.-8.18 am.-12.8 p.m. 7.18-9.23. ,, ; Mornington Junction, dep.-8.27 a.m. 12.17 p.m.-7.27-9.32 Langwarrin, dep.-8.31 a.m.-12.21 p.m. 7.31-9.36. , . , Frankston,' nrr.-840 a.m 12. p.m. Frmnkston, dep.-8.50 a.m.-12.45 p.m. 7.57-10.0. ; , Melbourne, dp.-10:1 .m.-2.0pm.-9.17 -11.15.

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DANDENONG. Howard and Scott report:— [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

. D! !": .DANDENONG:;.' iu.e:.,T ,o DAIilR Cows.'.-cMdii suplply. I.ut bid ding extremclydull, severalibeing ,turned out unsold;: dry cows and young stock again found favor with buyers, andquittcd readily t lat l'toqotationi. ( I PIos.-Beconers and( porkers slightly easie ;estores ifirmt ati liad Iraths;'suckers' quitted at rather better prices.:i CALVES showed;a slight improvelient on last week's low rates.. HoRsss. -Very.dull.i of;.slo, only a few. changini hiands. 'They.also report having held their usual sales at, Anderson's Inlet and Powlctt River..

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RETAIL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

Butchers' meat is plentiful; ' and they deaiand1beingj slacker prices: are easier. Butter and e~rgs 'anrtiwell 'sip'plied ';?1di . cheap rates, but poultry fit for,the table is still conmp:iratively scairc- aind dear The current prices are as under:- BEEF, 3:ldto per lb ; pork, id to 8d do; mutton, i»d to 5d do,. : PouLTYr.-Fowls, Ss (kldto"7s per:pair;: ducks, Os'to 7s do; turkeys, 18s to 35s do; geese, 8s togs ,do..,;;:" . ;(,!"l/ *' ,rlý';iaf DAIY PeooucE.-Chle ose, (li to Is per lb; eggs; is to is 3d per dozen; butter, kld to Is per lb; bread, tkd to .7d per 41b loaf; honey,; d to Id per lib milk. ,d to lid par, quart; lint i .od'to'i lid ejr lb`; b.icon, 8d to is do. Mrs Nubti : Certaitly" not. She owed me a call." It must he the spurn of the ,;uqient hat mnakes theta n soafst: ' + i4;tt s..

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly! nor rashly. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 23rd NOVEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

1J `1lintr S Not tiiuidiy riuhiy1" ' ill " PIIURL$ISHI5 'EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 23rd NOVEMBER,, 1889.1 TiI :ijjliro ii. of umIIIIIIIIr is iniii:ifest iiir itsef ii :'ifiiinf iv ri alai` tells is whlat is vet in , store for us'as *rcraitdswiteiopert:iore , butinthc }iuobst. jileaisitig iiziftesttioui of illi s the laurge iiomblcr oif'rasitors Will)i aure to 1ie seenHj'L nyl jiniriio;,,i i rCIh nr from ithe Mectropo~lisc. 3early tit' rc iilt;)toit iOf this Pcninsula its :}.recruitig grouid is/iflrezfViig.(aua1d./t~ hetij11 ioyrlcj uills to do all,. in our powieuro. rocmse the attctuoy s;tif oiir districtsii. . ::11 1nilnitor~ii 'hdmi · ej'ij itifnil evidence of thc fiiu 0-wi -uiii iuuh' the toli nshipi is iictitd 'by r city pouiit brethreli, by thju prhauss ;_ºf -pmnro ty. tliiiat arc Pl·cthe io', hiid s5dihc b'usiness plbee. that ha e recently bees cirected 10 oul li-oj thiloulhifurc. adi the Mllas and reildences whih are Sin loursef of cirHtrudiin. c i At orni toin a ~iiiiirl[gi:ac...

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Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

(FEO[b oUN owN CoR?ES'ONDENT.) Tihe return cricktefiu .kh between tile Flinders and---lalnurring clubs 1took plac:undert Inveryin unfavourable circumstances-at "I lintderst on natur-_ for Flinders. Rain, which haid been threatening, all the morning, -com nieLced to f.ll .bout the tie tlhe gamni?tsttdil," a?l'd" cihtiibied through out the remainider of,, .the day. Lliniders hayriiig?' don the' toss decided to bat. first, aind succeeded in plttinug :together 8:5 runs before the last wicket fell. la]Jlnahrringtheni ?weit in,,. but owing to) the good howling ?id excel lent fielding of thel Flinders men were quickly disposed of for 42 Iruns. As both clubsS ha?e n1uo woftal gaine;a h good deal of interest will be attacheid to the g 1ui 'that willlthe~ idilied1"it Balarring1 on aturday, 23rd.,? each cil hein 'OAuiii"lyV?Ciitideift 'ilto the fial resIut.? i t i, 0:. Sa.turdall evIeni.c g last tile annulllllal nlbjic iieeting in connection. with the L hlinders Mchanics '" 'Istituite wias hel...

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Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

.(FROM OURii owN1CoRRaarb rOiiNT7) conitrattors: foi pnakiiig ,thi, additioiw to, the loca i. ehaiiies' :Institizte are Iaiikiing satisaietory Jilogress withi the wrorks,whiieh, are to be coiipletcld 113 ,thelL 1iltl'. ]ecmci,1r. `.The building. ~ihei rillilte, il le capanble ot seatling overC two hIondred pCopIleC, aiid, .Willi I think bc ~tlhie iiteien iv" agea puiblit Ii hll to meet tliq reqiiirciemiets of the ncii'hUih,;oul `f 'lfot'` Doie timiie. It is probalble thazt' tlu3 re-openlingi will lie olebL it1d .itj afE oncert oi 'ine entertainmlenit of ii i'nil'ar (lese0. Mriptioni itowiiardsftli end'o ;lunextllnionthl,,,l :.,,,i

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Mentone. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

Nentoine. (Frox oVa OwN CORRES.ONDENT.)N' (0n Mona,,ir lst :a c;nsideirable allouit of exccitement was displayed over the Local Option 'Poll. Mr. Peter Webster, who I ia cnsideriable time back, eviinced a desire to erect;an. hotel on a block of .land iimmediately oppo)site the railway station, obtained the sanction for this poll to be taken. At Mentone there were few opponents to the est-hlishiuent of an hotel there, airilih?hyel.cme. frii ti.h r anokis of, the teetotal iparty, who, true to their prilliipildseworked iunceasingl)lll to pre vent tilhe requisilte inulllnber of votes being polled. .But at, Mordiail*ic a very luke-warin feeling "prevailed, owing, l understand, imainly to the avowed intention of Mfr. ]ailevr: of the Coffee Palace, tai put in ;l a ilili eation for ai license for'that Muildng, the people there beiung under the implllression that two hotels quite.met the deanuids of. thalt lilce.- Had Mr. Bailey kept out iif "the ilntteir ;al.fi gcthler there is, no doubt bu...

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Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

S HIastIngs,.. ... : .. -4--~ One of the:,pastiies': of the.youtlhs of Ilastings is particul arly dh ngerou anid'ihonld be puit a toi'to at oiicc? and thit isriding on the trolli :iftcr sundow ii which is, getti g, regulr arnusemnent on our::locali jettv: with or without the pernnission-of touru.orthy harbour wiorker? It "1i' onily the othcr i ,cek that ' lio in IDronan u ,ilet .with :. vori:onevero: ac.ident. liy trolly ridihng on the jetty there,. and since then 1 heard thit 'the leg o1cr whiceh the troll- 'pli:iaed hid"' to ibe amputated. Goodgbye, trolly fort n? e aftcr that! At lnst. :mnd not a minute too early, na: inblic meeting -iras"' held.; here" on -Friday lait _with a view, of inm:ikiig arrangem'enit for a :locil regatta,.and iand as the one ield 1 'Ist vear was to signal it success,, ?hrring, the distrihbi tion of' prizes,; I hale no doubt that this veir sa regattaiiiwll lie as 'great a anrcc-- ia thit of tlie formier year. All that is reluired is, good prlies and a fai...

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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.]DRAINAGE OF FRANKSTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

, ,i Correspondence. ;. [We are always ready to imblish correspondence on m nttcrs olf/intcrest, Imtldo not hold ourselves Sresponsille for the'opinions expresse;dlby our Correapeondnts.--En. c s iS. .i .., 1DRAINAGE ., .FRANKSTO0N., To ToHE Ei'TOK. i 'Shi,--BY+y yoMiir'Tf't'bf th&' iii'cetiii on the idrtiinge (iestiont,tligiatherl.tlhat the couiilleors ":.ssinic tilev are intlhoriseil to o to the 'I(.'onibilc'it ing andt tabl.p i restolution for a 0lo:n of £2000 to carryO ut the above works, -iItL byV soino other work'' 'tf 'i prove the township.of:Fralkston.,; I was not i)resent at tile lmeeting, but 1 most heartily colnllr inl, the step thalt - h:as been taken. For It loig tiine pasit I hlive hhl thiat Iniio other waivth.' aib boriowiiig r iieiev 0:.'11 thle tiowl'shlipiof L'ran kstonilio properly- nllproved.! rTlhe eflicient draining of tile townsllhip is al' alsolite: iice:ssitc ,nif'the soorinerit is colliiieciced '"aIi -eiilded tlhe better it willflic'"ffor the townsh...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

MAILS DELIVERED AT FBPANKSTON. From Melbourne'--9 a.m. and pi.m. From Mornington-9. a.m. and 1 p.m. From Dromana:--9. a.m. From Somerville and Hastings-1-p.m. From Cowes and San Remo-Monday, Wednesday and Friday-1 p.m.,

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For MelbourneL-7.45 am.nl-1, noon 8.20 p.mn. - For Mornington-10.5 ..m.--2.15 p.m. For Dromanan-10.5 a.m. For Somerville-10.5 a.um. For Hastings-10.5 a.m. For 'Codes }and San Rei'diid-TueTisda? Thursday and Saturday-.10 na.m.

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Mordialloc. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

S"?\Oa,.oes;owx corsroaS0NDENT.) ' ummer isitors are-coummencung to arrive here in good,-L~minbers, and before many weeks are over the whole . of the available accommodation will be takens up. At the lamit'meeting of the Mordialloc Improvement Conmmittee, a desire was expressed tohave our creek filled with Yihilif rbut. , fit :isto'hli hol'pel that his prose will be carried out and 'h r lgw l= fi our creek-' filled with these beautiful fiihi) ALt he 'present tiiue 'there are a "r " nmany. hursrr -triaiuiog her~e, ,and. wve Ii;ý ithcsu yris likely Stu, kefpk ico siderable addition to the mmiiberbefore long. M3r JTenkins-beautiful course afford~t an excellent trainuug?1?roundl, their attendance as at Flemnigtou. Aht we1ll the Mentone .eourse in *withinmi gunshot of "us, and is very l:irgel" used by ouetrainer s. ,: : ;ý The movement initiated to haive the main street planted-Wi ith trees seems to-have fallen,.into, i nmouribund .coin dttion. mainly owing, I understand, ti? tihe apathy...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. , Meets. 'Domina th&e last Saturday 'i each month. .. 8..PREIDENT: "// i . ;N ! T. O. M3artin. Co, . u C CILLOs,: . '. .. East Riding-D. Miirs, J.P., A. Down. S ward, J.P., E. Stanley. ! Centre Riding-T. 0. Martin, J. C. Griffiths; W. Brown. I West Riding-W. Patterson, B. Anderson, . J.P., J. Cain, J.P. , Peter Nowlan. : T. B.un. Mt . .

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

:SHIRES' DIRECTORY.-: MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before full moon. PBEBbIDNT : A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILLORs : North iding--J.:D. Box, C. Soliterd j:dP., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding-H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell -T~Wiest Biding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J. W: IrEine, JoP. "(Mornington). . .R MoorsETA(T Mrn ENgtNs:) .. H. E. Moors (Mornington). ,

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON . SUNDAYS. Melbourne; dep.-1O a.m.-12.40 p.m.-2.15 -36.0-9.0. . Frankston, arr.-l1.-20 a.m.-2.0 p.m. 3.35-7.20--10.20.

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

MELBOUR?NE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. Melbourne, "dep 9.10 a.m.-2.20 p.m. 6.35-9.35. Frankston, arr.-10.30 a.m.--1.0 p.m. 7.55-10.:5. Frinkiston; dep.-10.45 a.m.-1.50 p.m. 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin, dep.-10.54 a.m:-1.59 p.m. 8.21-1.14. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.58 a.m. 2.3 p.m.-8.25-11.18. Somerville, 'dep.-11.7 a.m. -2.12 p.m.- 8.34-11.27 Tyabb, dep.-11.1 a.m.-2.20 p.m.-8.42 Hastings, dep:-1125 a.m.-2.30 1"m.-8..52 -11.45.

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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON Td MELBOURNE. Mornington,dep.-7.40a.m.-12.0--4.5p.m -7.10-9.15. Moorooduc, dep.-7.53 a.m.-12.13 p.m. 4.18-7.23-9.28. Mornington Junction,, dep.-8.5, n.m. 12.25 p.m.--4.30- 7.35-9.40. ' Langwarrin, dep.--8.10 am.-.-1.30 p.m. 4.35-7.40-9.4.5. Frankston, arr.=-8.20 a.m.-12.40 p.m. 4.45-7.50-9.55. Frankston, dep.-7.25 a.m.--8.27-8.50 12.45 p.m.-2.14--3.50-4.50-7.57-10.0. Melbourne-arr. 8.40 a.m.-9.40-10.10 2.0 p.m. -3.31-5.10--6.10-9.17-11.15 CRIB POINT LINE.

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V. R. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

RAILWAY TilkE TABLE. MELBOUBNE TO FRANKSTON %AND SMORNINGTON. :, ;-. :.. Melbourne; dep.-7.10' a.m.-*9.10-12.20 p.m. -*1.20-2.15---4.45-*6.35-9.35 *11.25. Frankston' arr.--8.27 fa.m.-10.3-1.40 p.m.-2.40--3.35-- 6.5-7.55-10.56 12.45. . i Frankston, dep.-10.35 am.-2.45 p.m. 6.10q8.2-12.50. f ': .: f; . - Langarrin, dep-10.45 a.m.-2.55 ip.. Mornington Junction, dep.-10. ai. 3.0 p.m.--6.25-8.17-1.5. tt,-. Moorooduc, dep.-11.2 a.m.-3.12 p.m.- 6.37-8.29-1.17. Mornington, rr.-11.15 a.m.-3.25 p.m. 6.50-8.42-1.30. *Thosodin?iked ,with. an asterisk- run through to Mornington.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

COUIZEL'8'NEW t 3IOCATION. i 1.-OsxOwALx Max, (3200), is Bd Pot Tree. 2.--"MsLoDr s or Earnr" (12 Songs), 2s. Music by EnwARD CounsaL.. (Composer of Twenty Thousand (20,000) Original Airs, &c.), Can tbe Obtained from the Author, Somerville. "' MORNINGTON STANDARD." STHE most widely circulatedpaper in the R Penins? la -READ IT'AND ADVERTISE'IN IT." XRUSE'S IIS ECiTICIDE DESTROYS' Every Species of Insect, THE HOUSE,. THE CONSERVA TORY, OR THUE GARDEN. S LaDY Wrrs :-"' Life in the Bush would be unendurable but for Ki usa's INSECDL"ICID . ,;: 18.IS; PERFECTLY HARMLESS .....TO ANIMAL LIFE, 'Andt: can; with Perfect Safetyg'e 'appied to all Domestic Petse. °. 1 PRESERVES FURS lBaOM;TIE _RAVAGES OF THE MOTH. ° DOESTROYS r; s r APHISA?A.ID VINE CATERPILLAR, And is Far More Effectual than Tobacco Smoke in Fernerics. 'BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ' Got up to resemble the Genuine Article as closely as possible. is., is. 6d., 2s. 6d.,,5s., and 10s. per tin.:, SOLD EVERYWHERE. WILLIAI S'S AUSTRAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

T OOADIN ESTATE Atiitoi Sale; 9lth Doctimiir.' "- Phwifrbiu" T;ciniuu rad Co., or B g lc aui %o. • FR BA' STNEET,. BOOTS of all Descriptions made to .C[ ,1 . Order equal to theBest City Hou?ses. Fit Guaranteed. A Trial Solict Repaire Neatly Ese's ed. a{ Work a Specialty. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELI, :;R4ITCHIIE _(: i (Of Melbourne and Franiuks Generan Auctioneers nse adll Landj" W ILL hold Weekly Sales as vertsed HORSES, CATTLE c, ALSd LAND. HOUSES, FURNITURE, &cý, Siles Conducteid by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE iPHLILI RENOUF, Account Sales 'ron'ptly Rendered. r All.Conmaunicationa..toJIcad.O.AiOc: FISH MARKET, MELBOURNE. J. 1) ALLISON, Mornington Cash Store, M 01R N I N GT O N, AUDAS BROS., House 1 r--nis " aI ? o Vs Decolrators, &c., MIENTONE PARADE, M EiN4l 1 1N[ Ej tIl D ESIRES to thank ,theirl/Patronsi for. their support in the past, and wish to inform thei that imany articles which they could not lbefore keep in stock, owing to' lack of space, will now...

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