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FRANKSTON V. CHELTENHAM AND MORDIALLOC [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

PIA.NKSTON v., CHELTENIHAM T1 MO;IA(tX c iliti iA fli the .h ti ia li;'thethis gill ý cl ed' ll Tit (Vlolj u^lif~liu{?lly a;ipiioc tttd :it I th .l liiiilj Bdinu. emrkt *uijjil. 111.1 iiid .Fi QUC' ii~ly ; ] 6mi i;l (1)1C`1 tLIl hzidur 1N n iO! Bvtcr-`1111 ".lrt fino liii ijs~ifiidlsdb 1~ithi the 1(1 fin' 1'ruiton aiiil;.::)liystilii CuLlet; ir7 n! M~ll Theu ii imml.ton Innings; iicon ieiwue.e aiiliplelinily enough, the lo p Jlrzi ((cli npuiml hut, adn idt tlrigbther, 11 runsi. illi 19, It) uylpldsi WNliiM bowled wvith. out sb(Qllxg, nud whwi the wueI ctM tntr drawn the sco rel ood at 3 wickets for_42, runs;: ,The , fielding on both sides w'is'fairlv good: 'The following ;niethe scores' "7 TT/iC: ' UELTENI;AM AND IORDIALLOC. . T. Brownfield, b Baxter .'. 2', T. Monk, b Sadlier... .. 60 A. Milluhan, throwni ot . 18 SR.,Woff, run out: ... :' S"'MeQuen, run oa, ..:: 12' S:: Chailler;b Baxter. L.2 G Brownfield: not' ot :.. SJ. Coleman, cOKelso b Baxter 3 S"T Power;, b Sadleir 0 :. W. Me...

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FRANKSTON LOAN PROPOSALS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

F1tANKSTON LOAN PROPOSALS. To THE EDITOR. . Sun,-Vill you kindlygr.an` ilio rspce to refer to tllhe inoveilflnt .tow going. on for the ptlppo~o of liornowing niozloytoa drain this townphip, aiiu to effect other works in and aroqllut the townaship, Saoiu two, nionths li~ck a ulieothia watt ltastily son venot for till ptilvape or taking into con sidoratloei the btIst nilteani of getting rid of the stiiginwiit'wtai., ooli lther aid of Wells Struot;' after: considorahle discussion a resolutioi was p issed to the effect that the draiirage should connnence .at' Playne Street, thus preventing the water running through T.lThompson Street into Wells Street.; A suibsequent mnetin, wwq .h.l d,' when: statements were, u? dt I13:4 io iiyoney was availailet, oilt o~ thin $1ir0 fiiids,' fo?rsiichl •?aa dn?sai i tld L. oy n nr to' c'arry. t lnt. yt attir.. vt?Pig ur sche.lu u so : 4 q?a . n41 ~( ath ., war , o k for t.iu c Riau:yip o*qt' A h whuich a i%4, is to he loitou;. Tl the' irtinr.61 of aInt...

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HASTINGS V. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

HASTINGSv. B]ALNAItRING; Thlis iiatchi was playedi~i it II sittogs on Sa turday iAniil resulted in alotas will fori thi tin. Iasting's C lub. VWatstani ryati piitittl o destttciitve with the hall, ;tdii ditkiosed of 6 oif I. tI'lai thor ring" ion for viery fkit rnsu.^ Their totu ily hni ' beinig i i6ulls, T1lihe Iast Iigi4 uuou qluwirliy"1 i1IUolle 11 rltuns oi f~i It atuiiti b~ 1). itau't iii ide 50 hty exlllet riuuuket, anl ]' Unavisualo by really flmtist-iN' I ;attill t'tiutriblllf ci :3S of thec, IluinlbLr. hisitAuutiNo -First Inningi's. t'eiti3ul*ui ItWiutuoti·' .:. 0 1. Mauiii, t Ltuible, Rbid 2 W. Davis; tnot out 0 Bluckley, b WAitsun ..... L F. Davius V Watson'.". ' ... 0 uBiukcrbtike, I Waitson. .. 0: H. Daris; b'Reid - 0 Oswin; c L uitblo b Jonis 8 ' 'McCortttiekii Jones .. 1 Smtuithi, It W itipt " 4 a, lia,, l Witsoi0 .. .l I Jilyts-iCtjoi ihi A D~iinyuu X ] 1thitu bW nings. 11`, A lt~tihlday. 1. IV. U\Vvls' ....: 0o Watusoni, I r. I) ... .:s i 1. Mtcttiplay, ukF. Davts' ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

'We have to inform the secretaries of cricket clubs, who wish reports" of their ni.stches, ntld the mallluts of lilayors, puhlished, tlhat ntauo will Iltavo to he for wardod to this olfice not lator than Wed-. s dlay evenJinmg,. otlloerwiau tlley ;cannot appa:.

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HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

II.\ST11XS TO V1UIAMSP'OX ANI) I EtLI ) U NE. 1aUna~g.,~ d.--.t' :.:n.-1-.2S --7. p.r. at:b. dp.-- .:i:.-12.C-7.10 pn m. ',.1.5.1 SuIruill,, dep.-S.!t a.u:.-12.XO p.:n. ,40 (4. 7.18-11..2: 12.17 p.ur.--7.27--.- :. 2 _Iran'gwe.rin. de'.--3.:11a m].--'11 .mlIl.- 7.:tl--!:L:R. F]l:xukston, arr.-S-3 a:n.-12.:10, p.t. 7.4?0..415. Frmulkston; dc2.-.30 :a.:n.--1-.1-5 p.in. 7.57-10.0. Ml;Ibou? a,'dep.-10 t.1 'a.::.- t1 _,::.-P.17 -11.15.

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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

316]1\1Mc ITO AN) F.RANKS"I'ON TO IEL LOUR\E. ], iik~toendii.nt,- dp.-8:i 1 n ~lLIuti;hlllin ii Sl ;i.- -I1.Ili-Ill. Ill

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A TRIP TO FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

A T1 P .7'O JR1AYiKS'TOXl -4- IMr .D~?---, Yout: ask nme to putt on paper nmiy opinion of the Weis tern .Port Peninsula. Wihen [ eaiune to spinal a few weeks with you, 1 did not expect that you woulld etxa ct py ineuit for the bread and butter 1. con suuned.. too,:k it that youeir ivitation was giveni out of a pure desire to; see anl o(l clhum's health patched up ta bit. Bhit [ aun deeply pained, to think that you. had an ulterior motive in view, that in fact youn had no other purpose in view, than that of getting ime to lend yon a hauln ill bringing one copy at least of your journal out. W\Vell, I doni't like the niove. I wish that you had told Ilne lioldly before starting that you ex pecttel inc to give you a :line or two about ny tiip. Then I might have adl;ll freer andtl ilore ivadr:ultageolls use of liiy eyes. I should have jotted down llwhat? ol Donne erhllcd "unlicoll eerihg thigs, matters of fiact," and thus havre plceld iylself in thle lposi tion of doing fair justice to yo...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MEL"LBOURNE TO FRAXNISTON AND I101tNINO'TON. I1 1bo~urnle. ·cdepp.-7.10 d ý.-'! i ---".' °11 3"i,. Fj).Icl.-2..I0~-87 au. 10.550-1. F rantrstt. de. p -10 ..1 - :ii -- t 45 p'. (i.10--S.2-12~~O L~nt.~wvtrrin, delj -10r *I~ti - .::, 0i. 3-S.12--1,4) Ilorzuington J.1intlion, (dep .-Iv.0 atl . S:4.0 i'.m.-6.2.,-% 15 J -1 -` l5Ioorooduc,. dep.-11*'.t i 6.:!7-S.29l-1.7 3lornington. zur- 11 . ~I Wat-:.33 1)13. ?Those mInnd i ith ;in, asterislk run through to Mornin'4on.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) Established, 1869. INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS.. ... 00,000 ANNUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF ... ... 250,000 MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS. LARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE SECURITY. Special Claims of the National Mutual Life. 1. It is the Oldest Victorian fuiltial Office. 'c 2. It int'rotduced lite following important features in the practice of .Life Assurance into lthe Colonies : I.-That no Memnber's Policy shall bo allowed to lapse on account of the Non-payment of any Premium so Iong as it has a Surrender Value sufficient to pay the Premium overdue. IT.-That no Memhbcr shall be compelled to pay a higher Premium on hisl - Policy than that set opposite to his age in the Table of Rates. 11I.-That tlih Age of Members be taken as at nearce.t Birthday. 1V.-Profits are divided every Three Years. : HEAD OFFICE: 1 Market Buildings, Collins-street W'est, Melbournile. ALEX. R YOUNG,- Mainger. Agent for Frankston-M-ARK BRoDlo. Agent for Drom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

Chemists. :Illsts. , ' : A. RICHMOND, Family and Dispensing Chemist, FRANKISTON. AS just opened an entirely New l" Lot of Drugs and Chemicals of the Purest Qdaility,' and hopes by .strict attention to businesi to merit a continnuance of the support hitherto accorded imn. SPATENI£, MEDICINES, S . BRUSH.; AtE. WA PrescriptionA:ccurately Dis~his)ed. Agent' for M1ARTlx's Itomaoopathic Mtedicine. MENTONE PHARMACY. It. W. 1_ AXIWELL L.P.S.T., j P A3 MA CEUTIC AL, FAMILY & DISPENSING CCHEMIST Plrescriptions Accurtely Compounded. 1 Orders by Mail Punctually Attended to and Forwarded by lReturi. Drugs and Chemicals Employed are of the Purest Quality 'only. N.B.-Teeth Extracted by Aid of Local Anmesthesia. l1ENTOSIE PIiRIUMACY, Opposite Codis: rPALACE. :Alletiolleers a;lf Estate Agents. AUCTIOI S. C. J. FOX & Co.,, Auctionesr, Lun & E1stiate Agents. C. J. F O X Is Prepared to' Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Land; Furniture, Stock. &c., Ac., in any part of the...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 7th DECEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IIORNING. 7th DECEMBER, 1889. Tin. question of .Federation which hal s soddenly sprung into the most imnpor ttnt question oft the day, and which is agitating the mitinds of political thinkers in all parts of the world, will erc long be discussed in Conference by the leading lights of the colonial poli tical world. For many years past the question has been sihmering in the minds of colonid legislators, but many things have intervened to pre vent its being brn'ought . to boiling point. Sonme year;s back Mr SttteICs endeavored to bring alout .'a closer tinion of the colonies, and therefore conceived the idea of cstablishing an Australian Federal Council. rMost of the colonies heartily concurred in the proposal, :anr ried in theirlegis latures the Enabling Act providing for the existence of sch it hbody. But e~w South Wales, ini tlh persltt of .L -s r iiti risatidTf 'plr ierw" Nir. itl ter PAtttEs, held aloof, and refused to have anyth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

THE 'MIORININGTO STANDARD." I" ~ll E iiost widely circuliated jluper in tlh '. P'einsiila. . READ.IT AND ADVEIRTISEX N IT. ALSO ALL Jo6bliig Exciuiel with Neitness andi Dlespaitch., AT EELLOURNE PliICES. THE D ES.. cIaIMPION COMPETITION, OF THE ITSVICTOIS IST U R , TH, WHOLE OLTDUI I). The IIORNSBY Woni 34rFIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE S SEASON -8+87 - i t 460 HOIRNSBY BINDERS {'Y SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE, LAST, EA. SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY. 'Il I7SSc 1,?LSJd,'. i.c, j.oei. Lighter ii Li1)fillrh' lilt - IIret Loa Stocki of J)ulicite whill be ll i S all tl linlportl t. )iotrictLdii the Colo~ n y. Paraton and Enclosed Gear M?-OWERS & REAPERS THE I SE:I L TWINE & SUPERIOR OIL. Y?OFLD X~ -. t "'-oSTER' , RENOWNED , 'alhnltry lIerch?at ud Importer, 238 & 21] L'TIITB- ST. wIST, , r. c t .+ , m? +Ir.z "+" +'/ . .. ·+ 110 ERTAIT DEATH TO ALL -INSECT PESTS whilst it is po.foctly ZA.MLESS to CRILDREN and AZMALS. IZt is invaluablo for protoctina ROSE TREES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

'CLIFT & WALKER, BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, FRANKSTON. jE STIMATES given on the shortest notice. Practical Supervision and work guaranteed. DROMANA RACES. Under the Managesment of the Arthur's Seat Racing Club. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1889. STEWARDS: Messrs. Robt. Anderson, G. McLear, John C. Griffiths, James Purves, James Kennedy, A. Downward, R. Watkia, J. S. Adams, W. Brown, Edward Williams, W. Allison. C. Graves. Junr., John Tuck, John Brear, John Townsend, John Oswin, M. Unthainks. Alfred Jones. I.--3MAIDEN PA.TE of £'t, for all horses maiden at time of entry, and has been the bond fide property of residents in the Shires of Flinders andl angerongand Morn ington for last three months previous to Races. Weight for age, 1 mile. 2.-PoNY RACE, 13 hands and under, £5. Weight for inches, 1 mile. 3.-OPEN -HANDICAP, £10, distance .1 miles. Nomination; 10s. Acceptance, 10s. 4.-HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, £8, dis tance 'about l1 miles, 8 leaps, aft. (iin. Nomination 4s. Acceptance 4s...

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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.] THE FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

CORRESPFONDEYCE. [We .are nlways ready to publilsh eorrespodcnc, oi matters of inuterest; but do not hold ourselves Sresponsible for' the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.-En. M.S.] THE :FRANKSTON q:ý MUTUAL IM S'PROVEMENT AND: DEBATING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. SSIR,-Your paper being yet of Lender age, and as weakness'is, in 'the popular mind allied to, and co-existent with, in fancy, some of your readers may deemi it if not inhuman, at any rate harsh that it should be made to bear such a heavy bur den as a revelation of a hreach of promise on the, part; of the sub-comnnittee of the " Frankston Mutual Imnprovement and De hating. Society" as well as at disclosure of the sense of indignation at the ungentle manly conduct of thoseo constituting that sub-comniittee. I say Ungentlermanly! because to that hody, about two months ago it uwas given to mlrake arrange?tents for carirying out concerts ineulcated to fur ther the enjoyment of tlhe people of Frank ston and its surroundings,...

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER V. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

How" the Poor Live. (Br flG EORGE . SIMs:. AAuthor, of S- Daigonut Ballads,' &d.) " . , CHI PTER V. (coutiucd) ' nThus you sehe t wIholele clearince has been llade of one family nid the riotn they took up at home w ill soli be utilized by: iet-wcomrers, in the shape of family number two. ::A more channiing m: aind ingemous way: of disposing of incumbrances it is difficult to imagine. It is not, how ever,: by ay iay uls unconmon.o : 1Marriage, as an institutionl is not fashionable in these districts. Yet so loig as cohabitation is possible-that is to saly, so long as neither the hospit "al, the prison,: nor. the churchyard effects a separationblthe couples are fairly jfaithful,'aiid: look upton itheni selves as Ima anid \"ife, awith the iisual imaritalt bligdtions. , . SBoth° parties to the, arrangenicdnt exhibit great reluctanice to ' break' of their own free Will, and it.is marvel lous to see tile tenacity with which a decent hard-working womian will cling to a rullian who ...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, 30th NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

FLINJERS .'LVD K~ 'LYGGE'ROXG SHIRE COUNCIL. -SATURDAY, 30th No\viOiEIi. Present: Crs Martin (President). Cain, Anderson, Patterson, G(rilliths, Stanley and Downward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read ail(ed coniiiied. A.l)lORD-i11ID 31E-iFlSiI. The auditors report, complinenting ecreltalry oil the way his accounits were kept, was read and adopted.. The annual statemlient was also read, siow ing receipts from all sonIticei to be £337(i; expenditure on Public Works, £211.7; rabbit destruction, £222; salaries, £33:J0; aluditors'. fees, £15; sunlldries, £:383; leavinig a balanlce of £301. 'The statcineiit was adopted on the motion of Cr Anderson, - seconded lip Cr Pattersoii. CIIIO:ESPONDENCE. Letters inwards reaid and dealt with as follows: Froum Goveainmen t Staitist,, asking for certainii t irlis? a;iiiiiiail llai stics. -To be forwarded. From Public W?\rks, rIe delegation of council's powers, for constructing trainwavs, and( referring' to Giiozlho notice.-Rlcecived. Fro...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE STANLEY EXPEDITION. ITS HISTORY. SALE OF THE COPYRIGHT FOR £10,000. LONDON, NOV. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (Fro? the rMelbotirne Papers.) TIIE STANLEY 'EXPEDTIO.'Lx TS ..IIISTORY. ". SALE F01 TIHE COPYRIGHII T FOlr £-10,000. Lo-enox, Nov. 29. It is announced that Mr. Stianley has sold, for £40,000, the copyright of i. ook,: which will shortly be publ lished, containing the history of his expedition, now being brought to a close. Nov. 30. A lctter from the King of the Bel gians now awaits 1Mr. II. . .Stanhlv on the east coist of Africa, iil which his Majesty congralulatist the explorer on the aecomplllishment of his great expedition. A]?FAIRS IN TILE SOUDAX. A. deputation of merchants froni Assounm waited on Sir Evelyn Barilng to-day to urge that increased facilities should he granted for trading with the oundn:d. The British Special Coa .missioler, in reply, informed themt tihat trade, except in firearins 'nd grain, would hencefortli h e permitted with certain districts of the Soudan, but that if any contraband merchian dise was iilp,.rted, the Egyptian Go verninent wo...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 7 December 1889

PI _LLIP ISL.ITD AND iODLA3L 1I. h"".'ts at t;r.v d'Till :.t'; S tui td '-y a.ir's full II'on. ld.'1 Ridain --W. liabblLn1. J.1'., T. :n T" ' .1.l.d , Jo11hn 21 s. Wuoola?tnt Ri lin =1. I. 17, 1'. A ltl ' o A L Jun J lodlinLtt. ..l.' : Corinthell .:ilin --LT ;C.T'. loe' !J.i:' CLir:"- .T.P.. S. K ;'s. SgcarrAt', C s"A'T -' W :, W . I?;:. Bboarick. Sall. 'an?. . : Councillors rot'?ain t, ""'' 1, w'if tl-ir nntmns ai pinted-i Th : ri? ir niu iai Auusnat Uar tiu ay ' o. :-s:'4 -aj O I~nb)·aI.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

FLINDERS AND KANGlERONG. Meets at Dromana the last Saturday is each month. T. O. Martin. COUNCILLORS : - East Riding-D. Mairs, J.P., A. Down ward, J.P., R. Stanley. Centre Riding-T. O. " Martin, J. C. Griliths, W. Brown. West Riding-W: Patterson, B. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. S1BECTALRT : Peter Nowlan. T. B. Muntz.

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

SIIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the ;.Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT: : A. Downward, J.P.' COuNCILLORS : North Riding-J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding-H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND ENOINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).

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