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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 30th NOVEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
J J ronijiitoai Staunan a. i h*Ko timidly. nor ramsly.". PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY S ORNING. Mi?T'i'tnalel"d i amotiio inl thie Legis lative Asremlily asking for, tihe p )pilltmllelt of ii lo.'il L'omlniissioln to eniiqire into tlhie .'ishing Imindustry of tlie ?olohv otf iVictoria:i. .li i ilefereiiee to the wiiht i of tile C'omlllisisiollem of Custoin, , (Mr. P.ITTERsix). )Dr. N.iT wasi indlucel to withllh'rwV his motion, lie ilheing given to iillderstaniiil tlih;t the ollicers of the 'Customis l)( pirtiiment were lusily engaiged in niak img aill tie nrecessalryv eliuiriMis on tlhe liquestion i. nii thit within two .iiilltlis the li uts would lie placed iln poseSsion of all tihe ncquired informa tion. .Mavly .more .than two months hlve i*lailpsi'W sincftlihf. promise wis mliade, iand vet we h:ave not beeni mnlid :aw;are of whiAt.l hias lbee donIe, mor whlt is likely to lie tloeii. - Despite thli aiiXlsrainlle givell bV [ M'. I.ATTEItSoN.Y thalit his ollirers were Ibusily: eigauged ...
CRICKET. FRANKSTON V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
CRICKET. --t FRAKKSTO-N 1 MOSINGTOX. This match was plaiyed at Fratikeston on Saturday last. Both clubs had fairly representative teanms, and this being the first match of the season be tween these clubs, considerable inter est was taken in the contest. Morning ton won the toss and elected to bat, but their two first representatives, C iantwell and Martin, were very quickly disposed of by B. B:ater, who bowiled splendidly throughout the a.ftermnon; disposing of 5 men at a cost of 23 runs. Reynolds also did ycomanl service with the ball taking 4 w ickets for 10 runs. Grover was the il V ll uin . who made a show against then Framkstain bowling and the bulk of his runs were made off Kelso. T'heir inimings closed for a total of 55 runs.. Frankston then took the wickets, and their first two men Sad leir 'and Reynolds mefore being parted had made 3ti runs. evynolds making 1 Sa' dleir was disposed of for 18 aihd Thos. Box made. 16. iGrover and W. Evans were the inmst successful bowlers, ea...
FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
FRANKSTON MUTUAL IM PROVEMENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. &nbsp; A meeting of the above society was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday evening last. Mr. C.J. &nbsp; Fox occupied the chair, and there was a fair number of members present. &nbsp; After the ordinary routine business had been disposed of, Mr. C.J. Fox &nbsp; &nbsp; read an excellent paper entitled "Im- migration." The Essayist advocated Immigration, and adduced facts and figures to show how advantageous it had been to Victoria, and would be to &nbsp; &nbsp; any young colony. He, however, con- &nbsp; sidered that some discretion should be &nbsp; &nbsp; used in the class of people induced to come out. Skilled workmen, artisans and capitalists were certainly a desir- able class of population to introduce into any colony, but indiscriminate Immigration be most decidedly object- ed to. The paper elicited a good de- bate, Mr. John Cameron oppos...
PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. TUEsiDA, NOVEMBER 19. ANNUAL MEETING. The audited statement of accounts was submitted and finally passLed. ORDIARIY MEETING. President: Crs Harbison (Presi dent), West, HIoddinott, Keys, Ander son, Mcee and Clarke. The minutes of the previous meet ing wiere read and confirmed. CORRESPONDDENCE. Lands Department, re which Mr J. Caldwell, wants to purchase on his property.-Resolved on motion of Crs ?Anderson and Loddinott that the sale of said road be objected to. Front Public Health Department, accepting the appointment of Dr -lamuel Wilson, health officer to the shire. From sanme, re Government Analyst that a clause in the Amended Health Bill now before Parliament, allow the council to retain the services of the analyst, paying him, only for work actually done. Front the Public Works" Depart ment, stating that allowance for work at Stewart's bridge would be taken into consideration when next estimates were king framlned. Friom same, notifying that the su...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
FLINDERS;AND KANGERONG. Meets at Droin:man thc. 1Lst Saturdaty i'. eIch .monith. SPRESDEiNT: T. O.Ma;rtin. COUNCILLORS:? East iding--D.-D Mtirs, J.P., A. ADon S wardl. J.P, R. Stanley: . Centre , Ridling-T. O.:. Martin, J. c. Griffiths, W. Brown. ,.: . " West Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson; SJ.P., J. Cain, J.P.-. SECRETARY: Pcter Nowlan. TREASURER: T. B. Muntz.
Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
Mornington (FROM, OUR OWN CORRBPOINDENT.) The want of a resildent .l. in l1ri iiigton is. at sOiirce of ;gret itlClive iilce and walsteol f tile to those who require the signature of nl: magistrate to ii a dIiicient lof il legial iiature,.es Ipeciali so sim0 11?r Irvirne's terml (b coulrteiy of :viiiing eeiin presideiit of. the shire) expired. Whait ,ie`ivit is a gentllemain ho ?will ht ilecessible at anly tliie, anill a resideit oif the' toWii. ship; At l|present there ire two, but the occullillatiln of one geitleniii i ?re quirelis his leaving the towlnship on Moinliiav, and he seldom llreiturns until the following Naiturdivay. T li' rei.l the other nlecessitates a drive of over two mniles with tlhe "ot" chance of lindiig him at homlle. As anll instance of the incovenience; caused,-oivylayst week euveral "oun ume# wbsp J}ti l, z4 'a. rolled in the corps of Rifle Rangers, which has beei formed in Mornington, required to be sworn in; but being unable to get the services of a J.P., t...
Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
Dronmana. (FRox ous owN CORREsIIsONEaS?.) The little ho?, George McLear, who met with so serious an accident on the jetty here a few weeks ago, laasi rc turned from Mornington, where lie has been urider the constant care of the surgeon, andl is progressing satis factorily. Your Hastings correspon dlent mentioned last week tllat lie had heard that the lav's leg had been am iputatedl. lHe has been imisinforimed. I ami glad to say that such was unne The ordinarvy ieeting of the Coin mittee of theJ Mechanics' Institute was held nlast Friday evening. There were present: 1Rev. W. M3'Bride (president), Messrs Gibson, Wilson, Shawi, :Fowler, and lligg, (secretary). Mr M. Donnan tendered his re signation of the office of librarian, and it was decided to offer the position to Mr Eaton. Mr. Gibson reported that the. additions to the. building, were ieing pushed forward: A sub-coim mnittee consisting of Messrs- Gibson, Wilson and .lligg, was aplpintedl to a?rrange for the.purch:ase of. seats. I...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889
V.R. &nbsp; &nbsp; RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. Melbourne, dep.-7.10 a.m.-*9.10-12.20 p.m.-*1.20-2.15-*4.45-*6.35-9.35 &nbsp; *11.25. Frankston, arr.-8.27 a.m.-10.30-1.40 p.m.- 2.40-3.35 -6.5-7.55-10.55 12.45. - Frankston, dep.-10.35 a.m.-2.45 p.m. 6.10-8.2-12.50. Langwarrin; dep.-10.45 a.m.-2.55 p.m. 6.20-8.12-1.0. &nbsp; Mornington Junction, dep.--10.50 am. 3.0 p.m.-6.25-8.17-1.5. ' Moorooduc, dep.--11.2 a.m.-3-.12 p.m. 6.37-8.29-1.17 . Mornington, arr.--11-.15 a.m.-3.25 p.m. 6.50--8.42-1.30. *Those marked with an asterisk run through to Mornington.
SOUNDINGS FROM THE SEA Serant Sir, even now Did the sea toss upon our shore this chest, Tis of some wreek. Crimeon. Set is town, let's look on it. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889
SOUNDINGS PO 110'1TE SEA ]Jr SEA-SEUPENT. Serrant. Sir;, even ow Did tile s toss upon our shorethis chllest, 'Tis Of soe wrcnro". Cieneono. Set it dotwn, let's Ik on it. "it ion liecono a- custom' ini' ictoiia for some of the liiI, Ministeriil gun.s to bolub forth at the expiraltion of a NsesNion. A. /ih. de, ,; joie hlas to lie fired over the measures that have been put through, and mlinute gunsi over those that s have suffered shipwireck. Thile operation this time has been delegated to the Chief ~ccretarv. Mr D)eakin is 'always ha1ppy when performing the task of "reviewing." .Certain measures hatre been thoroughly threshed out in our legislative halls, received the royal sanctionll, ad are now the law of the launid, or at a-ny rate will he, on dates which are emilbodied in the Bills. It is an ea?y piece of business to gush over suchll measlres.; to point out the big part the Mlninst ry has played in inmaking them conform, to the require ImeCts of the "fell disorder,' whose ravages...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889
ILl S TIWS (FR1OMI OUR OWN CORRFSI'ONOI'NT.) thoir first *iniiiiiil sports aiun'tine ii. the jiark; Iast Fri ida. I lle". were liirrcliv. attelidccil.; lýtl -athriicte~l, sipcic t..t.i frliqa(00(1 ma T1 li.. i loam' Rtter( 41' tiiitjliiJ 11 8a((1hi )lpU Io ala'.is kiOkiVO I :i i l' ((l icjl sjii 'a i i'c liii tu:tu Siiidi rIl-PIsii I thu lapol i}lttr u decide iii ~eerii; iiti Iit fynlna:t's. ýIr ll on Rid '0L' Pitisoc vs.Juw Viis u alt (Ii'rieL th0 iffaiox thiaOti i owith tat :ni4*i Jlllgciliien.iI M1c'ssis, J..uniiih I3ekclrihkt iunl -1ciiii".toui' icted' isn ju~dges, :iad, the :slt~tuing of:.1 ' ll D ej1k u~i f tutu fiatllt toi lie founiid ;:ih t ei iii 1 Ir ~ giri !;aj c ? i tcli gil t t111'nn;;h e- . M uadiji P1l~ ItO LOU iral. I: )oica Kickaing for dihintiiii e-' Oer aI do zeni oa1a~ ti.1'lUll 'ijl the' kekiiu",1 (1)hs.1.J[.ui la3d1''~4liHe;pps.-(i 2 ya tho i~'.:: l ~i 10~ t~ l c011lllj) l'hhO1 laiiil toi i 'Iivoiiltor iat ati'. `IS; ou t)hl: Ilffiaf;_lu 'i U 1.0l e ')11 111 sh...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889
.(Fuox eOHR O1 8Oi RESPONDEN.) I'.Thi ladies walio tarce takel iil hand thei C ake atd \pro1 Ir 1r i Jbe held in the )[e lntiqis' Iilstititle nest elek, are ni;liug:strelutlis cfoel.u ' fo c?nsure SitIur$c 5; 11id-III 5ta 1o fl0 t ou allurgy the la u?ndli? fiuiffjtuo aIe ilispihyi??g ii the atiit!yi, will: cigrotyii?to Jli e:ij tf lhe inii!t.rifitpl?lf :t ld : NlliC·us'fi)l enltei Ai kiable escape roim sn?ke i bite Leciit dii'ti dayiie is lit weedk to tl;i SUi)tigestchd il(l i T. ' Aldr.eL of Bit[tern..Ti: :; n6thei. hearitig; the hlild ?iv iiit, went to: se. what was the iinittti. aind drailiig n iiear i Wis hirrihid ?'i?i:? that liirge sitake was tinging froiititl ?child's piitafore, p pareitl lliitig strl brti?at! th' little oitiito filit, an:l itit idiitTl.h al :iti its ' fa iiib e hledi t!o!f lotli!?+. buit upo a4sit?o ltst`ie go to a bd a i) ' ti ) 0eitde i6iet t a i d n aw Thu Bricklayers' Society of Mel boirne, iiitend 'celerating their iaiiial ;:picle s at : tornington, o00...
LANGWARRLN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889
TLA,1FlVG ARR.TI (FRONt ouR ow- CORRsKISPONDENT.) We are enjoyilg belutiful weatlher, inleed. It is sr cool that we find it dillicult to believe that this is Deceu her. Several land buyers ftron town have been inspecting land in the Langwarrin estate with a view, nit doubt, oft pur chasing. M[any conplaiiits have reaclhed. us of the inconsistenlt charges in the Railwayv Department. It is becoming gienralIly known thait ia second-class return ticket from Langwarrin to Princess Bridge costs .a, while by taking a ticket from TLa ngLwarrinl to ],rankston, and ftrom there :uinther to Princess Bridge, the same journey is aeemiplished for "3.a )l. O1. would think that y ad:lopting the ltter phln the dilliculty could be overcome, but this is seldomi possible. The train re mains far too short a timee in Franiks ton to allow oneu to' leave their seat without running the risk of missing the train, and such a course even when cauried out is not looked upon with favor hby the ollicials. It would...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889
ITEMS OF Yx:ESS. ---+--- On Thursday afternoon a visit of inspec tion was paid, by the Traffic Superinten dent Mr. R. G. Francis, Mr. W. Jones and other Railway Officials, to the incomplete portion of the line between Hastings and Stoney Point. The work was found to he in a very forward condition, and it was de cided to open the line to the'public in about ten days. The nanmes of the stations were also finally settled upon, the first beyond Hastings is to le called Bittern, the second Cril Point and the terminus Stoney Point; and a few alterations and additions to the gate liouses and iilnployes quarters were ordered. For the present two trains daily will run through to Stoney Point, tihe: other two remaining at Hastings. Cr. H. H. Peddle accompanied the party, and fur nished them with much useful and valu able information concerning the district. On the return journey lie ncompanied them as far as Sonerville. and pointed out to thetm the large quantity of land that had been taken o...