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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
(Ir!,f' n oiir-: ()IjiL O C(ouai~st'oNUiEN.) '1I Tlie·lrtu i~iI ~a141411.11t1il Iliehil it14 01(1111l~ (13 foi t~iii htI Iilr~tiI~ Ilast; Mend', t!ig Lcl~jlb IIJ lit e I'~leliljrsp' dau~iiee ot ilenl) scru Ia ie J)lid~ jteul Irn~~llV~ Mr Tlzwerldlne vire 1I~re.4ideiit (If ;\.ltile i~i:'4UP 1iI (tI hcl;lc &II~virgipl tt~vot 1111 1lokcii ot bi t~lOZIL' jit:I4Clit. lij lie all~lt 0' IE (rie It'll.1 l;oirIc 4tid~i~l olt Moislir$ 0lHrdZ iitd( 1)IIothtlL14i4 it 11111 10 ;I ~IlIXl4cr:;~ . ·: i Our elrlltriII frclltliclcl', ckl~tcil thle tIl lc Islt IILLII Oil1 brlitl~l I the 11ev. H.· Ad 1111.40(1 of 131, ~ltoiil nidiiv!Lted cI clli:tl~ ,hd I Iie ~toilo~i t i~iir j gc~d li. 1(11Wr prcei~itl doverlr Mrg~Z Si'1ewrigllt, IllddfrL4.4cltl lJ tlhe'J10I II .Ldloi'4l1 .111 D~ittelI~ic; Alto 'eth iller the .mcjjvcrr~ 111. I\vcrv~glierlltcrr 141Ie00'44 ·.i :'rho~ coiniiiittee (If tle' Mcilllllt,4 JI~ett1'ly OnlL~li" 11 here?: 'iji: l~i;:~ cI$Ll (IIr dc~l~lsde tll.;Itlolitl j11lel. *pl pll0'l...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 14th DECEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
iGir o linugto)17 'Stn l (Pld. i . ' " Notintitdly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ,, ORNING.. 14th DECEMBER, 1889. .1 AT thie Mornllilton Shire Comuci1 illctilng ot Stulrdayl' st the'uestttioii of the extellsion of the suburban rail way .radius, to 3'ilran.kstoin 'was passed undlcr review, and a date on which to hold a meeting of delegates froim tli various interested shire comicils wao fixecd 1upoi. This is a matter of very considerable; importancllc. to all' tlhe 0towlishithis isside &lt;f Mfhrdiallo(,i and a verV powerftil effort should he m:ad to otainll tlhe, oulght. for, concession. The irilway 'aitholrities' liave recog nised the importance, of IMorniington .and 1as tings y bringing them withlin tlc scope of tl.:sea-side ticketoradius. .But this concession,!is o 1ly one that hbenefits tihe ]peole visiting these town shlips fro6iilMelliuofionle, in no wal benefits the traveller from here to thi1 Cit.v. The imlportaitice of the "resterm Polrt niin li 1: :as asi ...
RAILWAY TIME TA[?] MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON [?]MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
tll bo i iliumn s :~' ·:/ ompell RAILWAY TIME TA site to - be takl MELBOURNE TO .FANKSTO hree Y MORNINGTON. Colli Melbourne, dep.-7.10 a.m.-t9.l A Sp.m.--1.20-2.15--4.45-%6., "11.23. Frankston, arr.-8.27 a.m.-1O. p.m.-2.40-3.33-6.5-7 .53-1 Frankston, dep.-10.33 a.m.-2.45 6.10-8.2-12.50. S . Langwarrin, dep.-10.45 a.m.--2.55 Mornington Junctiozi, dep.?10.50 3.0 p.m.-6.23-8.17-1.5. Am Moorooduc, dep.-11.2 a.m.-3.12 6.37-8.29-1.17. ,i I3TED Mornington, arr.-1.15 a.m.-3.25 6.50-8.42-1.30. *Those marked with an asteri On through to Mornington. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
T.. .H E i .. 'M1ORNINGTON.: STAiDARD."I YIlE moet widely circulated paper in the 1.: Peninsala. , t R/EAD IT: ND-ADVERTISE IN IT. ALSO. ALL Jobbing Executed- with N ess and Jespatch.. N a1 AT .MELBOURNE PRICE al O/ic - -portan THEDEFIES SIrAMPIO COMPETITION: OF T 1 "M LXT? E .-,WO?D;f I"" ~'H O ,EWOH LI). - WORLD; ; . The HORNSBY ionl utu . Won ,?g -rWc4 l PSTR~Ra- IZE ijs . IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE E features in the practice of LAi, SEASON esy-la, _ .PR?oD IN PUBI_.IC ,o31PTo. aT Alowed, to lapse on account of -th" D' ] li:l RTBINu i s ThU7 " : " . a : lonlg as it has a Surrcnder Valu • Tn :.. .L" . ,ehde. 0" " ,ig r oi IHORNSBY: BINDERS : , ,'. Sto pay a higher Pri TORIA ALONE. :LAST SEA his age in thce Tablc of lates., AMPS ITS SUPERIORITY.'. an as at nearest B]irthday. ears. 8 Iinades i' ol ei ins-strcet West, Melbourine. Lighter, ha ''eight, - [EX. 11 YOUNG, Manager "gl'tfan ever. 1,n wliates fill l lieold ini Districts in the Colony. t to ILnsure sed Geiar Fire. APER8 / ...
DROMANA RACES. Under the Management of the Arthur's Seat Racing Club. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
Under the Management of the Arthur's Seat Racing Club. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1889. STEWASDS: Mesars. Robt. Anderson, G. McLLar, John C. Griffiths, James P'urves, Jamles Kennedy, A. Downward, I. Watkiai, J. S=:Adams, W? Brown, Edward Williams, W. Allison. C. Graves, Junr., John Tuck, John Brear, John Townsend, John Oswin, M. Unthanks2 Alfred Jones. I.-lMAIDEN PLATE of Ti. for all horses maiden at time of entry, . and has been the onad fildo property of , residents ,in the Shires of Flinders and Kangerofigiid Morn iiigton foir last three. ibonths previous to Races. Weight for age, 1 mile. 2.-PoNr RACE, 13 hands and under, £5. Weight for inches, 1 niile. " 3.-OPEN HANDIiAP, £10, distai?ce 1i miles. Nomination, 10s. Acceptance, los. 4.-HANDICAr HURDLE RACE, £S, dis taince about 1 inmiles, 8 leaps,; 3ft. (iin. Nomination 4s. Acceptance 4s. .,. o.-DEOMANA. PUssEi B 8,; qpost entry, . per cent. on amount of Stakes, distance 1 mile. 6.-HACK RACE,.? 4, distance 1 mile, catch weights, entrance...
HASTINGS v. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
It i ttTINt, I4 1 . VIENTOM .3. . On Saturday list the aiiove clubs met at Hlastint . As was .nticipated thmego ne was a close one though the scores on both sides were verlv small. The Mentloile took the wickets first, buti only suncledetd inl puttin togethler 46 runs oif wishich.nlumberC· Goulthope imide 14i , alnd Mc(tirott 1(0 (lht out). The howling of Reild aond Wats.on foit [astings was iesccllentl, llldi their fielding was really first cl:.ss. .1t was tlhought the i[asitings wi uld exlperience no diflicElty in toplping "?'i' a sman:ll score as 4ii, but the bowling of Jlames Roberts provedl altogether too des tructive.,, aW, . -fentiplal bheing the only one who could imalte the leiast stall, and lie made 1-rniis. The in nings closell for 36'0 otr 10 less than their opplonents.. Sllubjoinedl'are the scores : MENTONE. W. Roberts, cWatson, b Reid ... 1 G. Gouldthoripe b'?aitson::. ... 14, J. Hornby 1b Watson ... Janes Roberts bi Reid . 1 John Roberts c W.. Mentiplay, h Reid. ...4 ...
CRICKET. FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
I ' CRICKET.:v; H FR ANKSTON V. HOMEIRVII.I.E. Thlic Frrankto' 'Club. jourlieyed to So;iiieriille oii aturday, and defeated the local cdhib by 65 riins. The Soiiler, ville took the wicket and were quickly. disposed of for ai totallof 46 rmns,: of this' ebore' Weitaway Just nmadle half viz.; 23, the other, players making'a vory poor stoand. iSadlir performed the xeciptioill featonf"baggjing 4 wic ketsi;tiithoeit\a' ruilf being made' off him. The Frankston made the re-. pectable i~core of 111, of which Sadleir maule, 35; aiid Sangwell; 28-The fol lowing are the scores: SEiiERVILLE. T. BakerBer r ..r.. 6. .T. Docwra b Sangwell ... 0 G. (ira'it thron iot...• ... 2 "J'Grant . ,Bi.xtei .. -'..; 1 I L: 'ihachlan, ' Pattersoii, b Singwell ... ... ... . C. Taylor b Sadlier ... ... A. Thornell I, Sulleir ... C. Giant b Sa'ngwelll A ./ 0 T. Brunning (not out) . 0 T. Collins, std. .T. D. Box, b SS:idleir ...:... ... O Sundries ... ... ... 4 - .. , Tjtal.... . 46 ..Sadleir b Taylor ... ..."": 35...
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
PHILLIP ISLAND. AND. WOOLAMAL. Meets at Grantville the Saturday nearest full moon. S PRESIDENT: iWm. Harbison, J.P. COUNCILLOUB: . I. Island Riding-W. IHaurbison, J.P., T. i -' -McFee, J.P., John West. WopiaiiaBiding--J. Daly, P. Anderson, James Hoddinott, J.P' ' H.gyjela- Riding-J. C. Tullock, James S Clarke, J.P., S. Keys. : S?$cwrART, CLERKx oF WoRs, "&c. 'H., Bonwick Sua Remo. nirs retl inthodr in hiche their r'ie S fle printed. The fiatretir eng in August next Fear and it ci oh'suc ing in Ag :,s, ;
MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, 7TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
1 f. O GI C rO . .IIIRL Slresent: Car A.-Downward (Presi dent), Irvine, Adams, Thordell; Saver, ?'Pddie, 'oiit?? and Fox. T"he aninial mneeing was heMd. OIiDIN-iY: 31EETSI(I.: ..The-..niiutes.of-.thc.previous meet ing were read and con;lirmeld. COioEEsPONDE?LxE. Froii" '.I .'rilinic'F'iuilkc.to?. calling attention to the .condition of .Karr, streetahhand asking that something ushoildd he done, to the street. Rleceived. ii R. E. Jligg, ]Lieutenanllt (l . ClompanyV of Rualgx s, askingl for nIe if 8hire ill on evenllillngs iin the wvhk ffto drill in. A letter was also Ie ceived from ;..Reyiiolds, asking for iise (f liavilion in park at Morningtoi for saline llipurpose. liotlh reijclets Were cani liedri ith, b~utl '6c i thi i hih n "11'1ii18,lnd S i |" I 'ii ny icld have to hear cost of liglting.--le ceived. `Fromn Gilloft, Crokir. Snow(len and Co., re reviewilng decision of jlustices ot valuationsi , and whic h went- the .length of :poitinig, outtlhtst thle shire's clihncecs of success...
TRIP TO FRANKSTON. II [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
" J1U 7OA FRA31f1ON got mtc embarked~o aiie bu'iiiacsa of gii!ungutoy ii jrcciOils ot your district, sio youI think u-iºid tliitt 1 am il left iiith notlimng to do bout;go throu"'h : ritlitt1,c inllertutinilop%"' You know° I`;t-onot at a hlf W1i y uPjoi ae, .nd. that I like ablioveii 3 thlijii"' to irIes oLn hI lily jo30111 1iU3 end with all s111 d. l T saw riitony mnd C'leopiita on thC cvning' of the (lly oil w!i"l I wrote you,' '111(. mnit~t confessito haing tfoumid the or copationi of,11?ie iubhto Mr. (G. C. ýiln's e'!qusmte7klne. i ey of the text, mnftiitclmm'inore. digcrtin,, i;id plelasIr iblc tanll· IcoºIIIog it lettcer to'foii. ellee11 uiot itdio "Iron to e. plav'umat to, the occasitiiý I et.pidslHeres more news.: enge; Thy, hiddoigs hae... been dono; * and cvery biooir Most noble Cwsar; shalt thoui h' "re; "''porthliow'tis'hroibroad :r h. moomtinobec C¶51dai:,3i 11)l&lsh1t haveueclpo~t pf rsqtujtil saw andu felt dritri"g' moyriji I to Fijetf ""WuIl'ith t oiu f :lie ...
HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
HASTINGS TO FRANNKSTO~N AND MELBOUNE. Hastings, dep.-8.0a.m.--1.50-7.0p.m. 9.5. Tyabb, dep.-8.10 a.m.-12.--7.10 p.m. 9.15. Somerville, dep.-8.18 a.m.-12.8 p.m. 7.18-9.23. Mornington Junction, dep.-8.27 a.m. 12.17 p.m.-7*.7-9.32 ' Langwarrin, dep.-8.31 a.m.-12.21 p.m. 7.31-9.36. Frankston, arr.-8.40 a.m.-12.30 p.m. 7.40-9.45. Frankston, dep.-S.30 a.m.-12.45 p.m. 7.57--10.0. Melbourne, dep.-10.10a.m.-2.Op.m.-9.17 -11.15.
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. ARRIVAL OF MR STANLEY AT ZANZIBAR. LONDON, DEC. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. t( 1 From Mhel Papournepers) ARRIVAL OF MR :STANLEY AT ZANZIBAR:' LoYDoY, -DEC. 6. 3fr II Al .. Staulj arrived-at Zanzi h ir from Bogaumovo: lie' states' that mnin PYasha stepped lourtof a window thinkilkg 'he iwas ' valkilg oni to a paralpet, .and fell a .distance of 20ft., sustaining severe internal injurics. DEATH OF MR JEFFERSON DAVIS The deaith i?i annouiiced of [Mr Jeffeirson.DaVcis, foruirly l'resident of the. Confederate States of America, aged 81 ecar . THE LATE MR WILLIAM IVEST ,GARTH. ] IProbate of the will of the ·Iato Mir ?Iest?lrth .h;ar been s.gnurted, the amount being £1-1,0( ). The deceased hasI left, £2.100 to 'various chiirities .ad £18,000 iii legacies. THE VICTORIAN COURT AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. The Victorilan Court, at: the late Pairis Exhibiitionm has been cleared out, anld the unsold exhibits have been re shipped to.3 elbourne. LONDON SHIPPING TRADE. One of the results of the, London dock laborer's strike has been that a l;hain inrtof theo...
CRIB POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
CRIB POINT LINE. - - MELBOURNE TO' FRANKSTON HASTINGS. I_ Melbourne, dep.-9.10 a.m.-12.20 6.35-9.33. 2 Frankston, arr.-10.30 a.m.-1.40 7.55-10.55. (C Frankston, dop.-10.45 a.m.-1.50 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin, dep.-10.54 a.m:--1.59 8.21-1.14. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.58 n.m. 2.3 p.m.-8.25--1.18. Somerville, :dep.--ll.7 a.m.-2.12 p.m. 8.34-11.27 Tyabb, dep.-11.13 5.m.--2.20 p.m.--.42 11.35. Hastings, arr.-11.23 a.m.-2.30 p.m.-8.52 -11.45.
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
(FROM OUR OWN CORIESrPONDENT.) Exception was taaken,.l uinderstand by one councillor at the council meet ing on Saturday, at the dila tory man nier im which tl?e contrlctor w ho has the contract to metal Mlain street be tween 1arklyv :ad Vale: streets is carrying oiut the ccnltralct, and high tim?ne too, for the inconveniencel the public have to lput up with, and the imethod liursued of mnaking the roal in patches is very much _condemCied. iamon given to uniderstand that the -ork shouldl har I been finished accor d(ing to coltriact time, a imonlth agoi bilt tt thle resent rate pf. plyrogress it will bie leblruilry ~before, t?e work ip finished; d This sholld not be.. allbwed in thle piil'iclpVl thoroughfare, Sser'ious m;id painful anecident hap. peneid oie dayv? hit week to a younig il iil residilng upon the Three Chain roa?;ij iined lEdward Yoiung. It seems th at he had just been drenclhiig a sick hullock when the animad tiurnel upon himw !n gored him, . one horn Iene tratilig his ...
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTO[?] MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
MORNINGTON AND ERANKSTO MELBOURNE. Mornington,dep.-7.40am.-12. ( -7.10-9.15. - Moorooduc, dep.-7.33 a.m.-12.13 4.18-7.213-9.28. Mornington Junction,. dcp.-8.5 '~ 1·AT 12.25 p.m.-4.30---7.-9.40. I Langwarrin, dep.--8.10 a m -12.O pns CoY Frankston, arr.;--8.20 a;m.i-12.40 1 'Frunkton, dep.-7.: am.28..25EDC 12.43 p.m.-2.14-3-.50-4.50-7.57 onntEL Mdlbourne-arr. 8.44 a.m.-9.40-1 2.0 p.m.-3.31--3.10--4.1O-9.17- I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
Bootmakers. ,F anksI ,Boot warehouse. J. R EYNOL & C. PRACTICAL OO',oMAKERS, "`' "sand Gentlemen s Boots, and Shoes i . - ." - ... deto Order. . : it Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Exeented. MELBOURNE PRICES. PLINDERS BOOT, SHOP. J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Ready Made Stock always on Hand.: Auctioneers and Estate Agents. AUCTIONS. C. J. FOX& Co., Auctioneer, Lund & state . Agents. - 7. F O X SIs Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Land, Furniture, Stock, &c., &c., in any part of the Country and gives his Personal Attention to aUll Business en trusted to him. Agent for the Imperial Insurance Co. Rents and Debts Collected. C.J.FOX& 'Co., -AUCTIONEER, ec., BT.I.-.VEY' . E.STATE, AGE'T; P'RANKSTON. EGS to thank his numerous supporters i ."LD throughout the County of Morning ton and elsewhere for their liberal support, and wishes to state that any future 'properties entrusted to him will receive the gre...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889
Tne conference of shire, councillors on the Dandernong Water schemne is to be held in the Moorabbin Shire Hall, South Brigh ton, this afternoon at .2 o'clock. : Atthe astciieetiing of the Moorahhin Shire Coin cil? the discussion that took iplace on this scheme, indicated the existence among a es>l 'uany , members of that body, of a tecliue o9f .tjr goj Ji ut I the Iye.nlent, A;the Mornington Shire Council meet oni Saturday Cr. C. J. Fox tabled ai .notice of motion, announcing the intention of tie council to borrow £1000. In tabling, tho notice of mnotion Cr. Fox said it wad' nibtintended to borrow so largo a sumet as tliat named. As the East Riding councillors desired to be included in the lonn thait amount was stated so as to cover allr that li?sa required. Hoe-,thoughlt, thle ag ounts would bai £"2li foi tli n'or+1h riding, and£1i.500 for-t "ast lidin iiak a total of £1000. SThie MoinntoShio S Council at its the ftn'ls of the Frankston Volunteer Fire -Frigade--Amd the same-body...