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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER V. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

How the ,IPoor, Live. •(BT qgE- .'" hilms': A.}tlOi off :. as..xt':ry.:i· s--:{o,, .... CIT APTER .. (LrndaaatioI) The aiext to put- itn appearance was a ili;iy withk i i wretei -lookiii .a atnad it slabbvy, draggled, out-all l)Car 'ir e gelerally. ? 1cr profestiont was stat dl-with oflliial bluntness iin th liper l ihaded e to the ehairman. It i"ia' geineirall: ,traiinhted "street wialkler" iai fmailv~cirdcles But, whatever -she might he, sthe had childreiia "iid the law required tthe o ti.coe o1:5scL.ii.. Tiistedi (af makuig tlier? eleduqe , leiruishg to Frl{a alld `piraae, the rhilacdrnli were street Arabs. -I'he woInll wait o maek anld, illit iough... Siht promiaised "'hbal w so it It," aimd wais reminded that shoe haid miade the th iie u "inaromise lbefore. This time it was not accepted and thew omnaailwas informned that she would have to appear before a nuiagis trate: " : Maeekly aid quietly slhe saiai "Thank _iou; eiSr as if 2 the 'chairnma'u had presented her with a medal or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

Al! TAD--=hIww BtOUýYD coo dntx' Wages. Ap AjplyH.C. ViTou, or;ial factory WANTED T. SELL. -600 tons first cluss =FIREWOOD, 5ft. lengths. Apply office of this paper, Frankston. "W ANTED. Reasaethle Boys.--Apply OFICEOF oF Tans P?e&B, Baiy-street; Frankston. W ANTED-LAD, smart; orders and useful. - Apply T. W. FERRnm R, butcher, Baystreqt. No . .ti.e E. C0 Family. Butcheri; ThfIFRANKSTON:. (Established 1881). In returning thanks to his customers for their liberal support in the past, begs to inform them that he has removed to his new premises opposite the old stand, wherehe will contiiine to supply Beef and Mutton'. of the best quality, at greatly reduced prices for Cash at the Shop. OX TONGUES and PICKLED PORK. S SMALL GOODS , Of Every Description Fresh Daily. 'HIDES, SKINS .AND TALLOW BOUGHT FOR CASH. A TrialSolicited. \SHIRE OF,. MORNINGTON. CROSKELL ,R1T CHIE' & CO., (Of Melliourni asildFrinkston)., i ieneral\,Auctioneers,\Hounse and iai.d Agents;,. :V ILT hold We...

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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.] IMMIGRATION, TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

CORRESPO-1DE hCE. [We are alwa.ys'reedyto pulhish corresjideneae on matters of interest. ,ut dHo o d rselres' IM~IGRATION, To Tr EDITOB. SIus,-I should like to haive be. rd the discussion referred to in your issue last week re immigration. Some 20 odd years since I took advantage of assisted immigra tion to send for people from Home, and to-day I can give the result. No. 1 lady married, settled in business, no family, well-to-do. No. 2, four people, two men and their wives, one married to conme out, one first-class tradesman, country village at home, wages 1as, here £3 to £3 lOs, has saved several hundred pounds, familji dead. The other pair b1tae trree in Iuaily, two grown up and oing"i1. 'T s 't fei4'p;D p '1 ý'rft1Wr i atndl Por ch-ii i ,Nu. waggs kY i and i .2, Stmriurly 12s. .;, acine l(ýy: .;larripg hgrg, husband dead nd left property. No. 4, yolngn girl, mua1ied hope and has. lage. amily. hus hand earning good wages, has been in one situation many years. No. b, brother and si...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

(FRoM o?n owN CORRE.SPNDENT.) The new steamer " Gencet:"n' made her maiden trip on Thursday last, when ia party (iumbering about twenty-five), of gentlemen connected with the vitn oes Melbourne Insurance offices chartered her for a pleasure trip round Western Port Bay. The first place of call was Cowes, Phillip Island; when they fortified the inner ma:n i vwithia good dinner at the principal; hotel, after which they visited, under the pilotage of Captain'i Clarke, other points of interest round the bay. No? that we have therailwav so convenient there is no doubt that iwe shall have ninny more excursions of 1. like nature:. Oil the 17th instant. the line to Stoney Point will be taken over?hy the Government and opened. T1his wihillie a great convenience toresidents of aiid visitors to ]alilarring and ]?'lindter also to the lovers of sport who dinmy in tend to plttronire the racees :t limun Plains on Boxiing Day, as the Bittern station is only a little over a mile from the racecourse. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

Death.       ORANGE—On the 9th December, at the Melbourne Hospital, Adam Orange, aged   78. An old identity of Frankston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 December 1889

NATIONAL MUTUiAL LIFE ASSOCIAIN OF INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS... ... £900,000 ANNUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF ... - .-6250,00 MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS. LARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE, SECURITY., - Special Claims of the National Mutual Life. 1. It is the Oldest Victorian .3litual Office. . It introduced thiefollowing important features in the practice of Life Assurance into the Colonics I.-That no Member's Policy shall be allowed to lapse on nccount of-the . n-payment of any Premium so long as it hals a Surrender Value sufficient to pay the Premium overdue. 11.-That no Memnber shall be compelled to pay a higher Premium on hi: :-Policy than that set opposite to his age in the Table of Rates. ' III.-That the Age of Members be taken as at nearest Birthday. IV.-Profits are divided every Three Years. . . ,,, HEAD OFFICE: 1 Market Buildings, Collins-street 8West ? Mlbourneii. ALEX. 1 :YOUNGr, Manager.-i Agent for Frankston-MARK BRODY. Agent for Dromana-H. W. WVIso-. - Everyone Ought to Insu...

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

MELBOURNE TO FRP NKSTON SUNDAYS. Melbourne, dep.--lo a.m.-12.40 p.mn.-2.15 Frankston, arr.-11.20 nan.-2.0 pam. 3.?5-7.20-1-'.20. ]IFRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE S.SUNDAYS. Frankston. dep.--9.25 an.m.-12.20 p.m. 2.18-4.5-8.5. Melbourne, arr.-10.45 na.m.-1.40 p.m. 3. 38--525--9.20.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

lEWL'[ A)ND NOTES ---+- The .net. AnittrAlial/l: sqha'iiroiof fast arnmor belted cruisers now in c:ourse ,of ieontrletion, , in ,thei oRoiyal, 'Kaval. Doekvaids will be ready for des.patch for the colonies in lT3lly next.. The Governor's sn111111er resideunc athotullt Macedon is to receive altera tios and extensios._ a;. suggestedby, Lord 1topetouti durnlg hisu visit ldast week. The ilnlis o Ot . exeedtl OnMonday Mr Gillies, the Prnmier, addresses his conlstistitld:ita' Kit . ' The distributions of the Public .Par?ldf.and, ,(ar en's1 %otei m Hto-bbe ni1)ulnelortl-: 1Tlie dnouint' : phicilile to 18s) is.£0i)500, aud no claim will be recognised Itldess liade i hefore lst .eblruarl:i. The distriliitiioi w`ill lie ma:de onl theprinciptle of £10 for every £1. expended. The experiltdiits of reworkting 'alolu tial diggings at the \\'oolshied (Creok and Yacikandadah l h theiancans of dredging machinies. Ini America such dredg'ing, machines :ico Inost success fully used. \\hy should notl it ...

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EXTENSION OF RAILWAY SUBURBAN RADIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

EXTNSIPN @F "t?"" SAY SUB UR.ANLY 1ADII US. ---4e-- - A meeting of represenidatives from the Lilydale, Feril Tree Gully, Becr wick, C'anlourne and:i Mornington Shire Councils was held: in the" Mel bourne Tokln Hall, yesterday. After con0sidcrable discussion, during which,' the unanliillos opilont was expressed, thit ii powerful effort should 1be mlide to induce tlihe lhilnay Cmlminjsippers to grant ati extensioni of the suliuraiin and: residential 'radius, it an lavnTed by Cr. ~oixter, of the Mornington Shire Council, nld seconded by Cr. alio-n mage, President of the Berwick Shire Council, tqi lu l-rripd lilnanlilnnpusly :- :' Th"at the litemlier for Morningtoo i be requested to arrange a deputation to theColmmissioner of hlailwavsi for the Shires represented to ha'e the suburban and residential radius ex tended, former to 30 miles and the latter to 40 miles." It ws also re solved on the'otion of Ci'. Ilammage, " That the Mornington Shire Council arrange for the co-operation of all ...

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EXTENSION OF YAN YEAN RADIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

EXTENSION OF YAN YEAN RADIUS. S M[r Dlidson'does not 'regard with fa;-our the desire of tlhe ilnhahitait., of Oakldiei'; Datiudeiong. andt 3[oo:labin to have the YIm I ean rihdius extended to tho'se districtsl . "!le states that it would he unwise to extendi thie 10 mile radius to which the Yc- Yeau reticula tion is at resenot limited It, will re fquire years:;to cimplete aind perfect the li ~f'im ice ithiin that radiutsh :indto extenl it before uits completion would lead to complications. ?Moreover, it is ques tionable whether for distant localities like Oakilcigh, a cheaper supply could not be obtained from some other source, as the extension of the ildius does not mlerely mean the cost of layinig reticula tion mains,.but enlarging the? carrying capiacit of the head works, which have ihot beeii coiosticted c itio n a basis to include a suppll= for settlement so far - outlying as Dauldenong' ori Oakleigh. Tie formation of a localwater, works trui st cfarryig out : inideplCendent sc...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

Thie ustouay karrangeaneuts hIave been made by thei Post'iiid Telegraph Depairt ment with regardi t,? tlo Christiias and New ·.Yen ar's. hlidays. ? i? -11Yrdle.aday (Christiiins Da.y); bi siues will be cutirely suspendd. On Boxing and Nw: Year:'s Days all poit-offices w ill be 'clseds. at 10 o'clock a.n;m Telegriplh -ofices 'will; be open from 8.30 until 10 Ian., and froil 06 tillipui.n ui.n Grand United Order of Oddfellows', Frankstas, bold a con~eer anid;ball on New Year's Night,' very excellent .pro gramme will bhe gene iw.!ough, and such ar mngemients have been sina? ieN carry= ing out the concert and.ball' tht it it Ur .le~es 'to be onie of the bet drehing's en tertainut.pt ever il.aced beforeithe Fr?ks ton public. Wd`ire surejth; e lodge, 3ill be rewarded by ai luiuij iwiise-. . Ily Itst WeekhiGoeeribuist Gazeeeidt'ii announced that Dr1A. i. Stui'dee has bees appointed publie- viiaccinator for .ttlbe Frankston District, al that Dr, Tleed, jof -Moriiin ?,ton n has been. gazetti...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 21st DECEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

i Not timidlyu, nor oihy." PUBLISHED 'EVERY. SATURDAY MIORNING. 21st DECEMBER, 1889. A'r the last meetriig of tile ornliingtoli Shire Council a- sum of* monoev wt' voted out; of the fluids of the: iEasit IRidiig for thel purpoteo of. iniproving the Ilhistings Cricket antid Footba.ll ground. This grant was induced by a donatiion of £)10 forwardied by these clubs to the council. A\ccompanying tlis donation .was a request: tha thie coiunil "ipplyl, for the .imrlnlovtielnt of the ground of these two athletic tlnbs, a sul of £20 or a donation of £2 to everyv . l sublcrillbd, imakilig a sun111 of £30 in all. TI giving effcc to to te re-. quest contained in the letter fronm the secretary of the IIastings Football nld: Cricket Clubs, ive thiilik the Mlornington Shire Council have directed the;.funds lofi the council into Ia wron+tt chtlinuil. l?ottes for thb pur 1"|o0 oC-tlrproving ,? -m.a . .... ... ,;,.;,,e pubilic parks and rcureation grolunds of the lpeople are necessary, and areo wisel...

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CRICKET. MENTONE v. FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

ME'TONE .i aFR.K?STO These clubs met at3fentone on Satur day Iast. James Roberts, who cap tniamed the Mentione teamn, won the toss from T. D. Box, the }Frankaton captain, aind decided to take the wickets. Gouldthorpe and W. Ro lierts; the two firs?t l.e#resr.cc ties had a wery short 'reigi ,ritdho have. itig been given out foria catch which the batsinan Said came off his pad, the first wicket falling for three runs. His comnpanion wlit0 bowled ijpmedia= tey af·te:ji;?i liith:jht' t"teriji the rseoire,- J'nes Roberts, after scoring 6, one being a splended hit for 5, was cleaned bowled by Reynolds-- 3 wic kets. for 14 runs. Turner was run out without scoring. Lyons and J. Roberts now put a different complex ion on the game, the latter hitting out merrily, and totting up 30 before he foolislIly ran himself out-5 wickets for 62. The other batsmen did not add materially to the score, until F. Caudwell companioned Lyons, when they raised the score from 102 before Caudwell was cleaned Sadl...

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BALNARRING RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

IB?ALAIRI'NG RAGIVG .CL .B. The following are the entries and weights for the above races, which are to be held at Emu Plains on Boxing Day (Thursday next) - MAIDEN PLATE. st. lbs. st. lbs. Ivanho ... 8 12 Petrel ... ... 8 12 Bellkate ... 8 12 Minnie Warren 8 12 Albion ... 8 12 B. & B. HIAEDICAP. st. lbs. - st. lbs. Lady Flinders 9 7 Vain Hope ... 7 7 Edella ... 9 0 Primrose ... 7 0 Vixen ... - 9 0 Saven ... 7 0 Selina ... 8 7 Amy ... 7 0 JENKINS' ST KEB. at. lbs. st. lbs. Ldy Flinders 12 0 Saven ... 10 0 Edella ... 11 7 Primrose ... 9 7 Petrel ... 11 0 Amy ... 9 7 Selina ... 10 9 Vain Hope 9 7 Bellkate .... 10 9 PONTY HANDICAP, at. lbs. t. lbs. Sunflower ... 8 7 Vicenza ... a7 7 Flying Buck 8 4 Kate ... 7 7 Chessee . ... 8 0 Polly . 7 Miss May ... 2 10 Camille ... 7 7 MossRose... 7 10 John Buckley 7 0 LADIES' BRACELET. st. lbs. st. lbs. Selina ... 11 7 Vain Hope .9 12 Petrel ... 11 5 bunlight ... 9 7 Ivanho ... 10 12 Amy ... 9 7 Bellkato ... 10 9 Stavea ... 9 7 Primrose... ...

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OPENING OF THE FRANKSTON ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

above c -rch, took place on .Sniii ; Ist,* aId' w as performied h Hlis Grace, Archlbishop Clrr, ai s .is ted by the lide-s3.J. L. Iegarty iiiil W..T. Qniltcr.e Te Very R.ev. Dr. Donmilly, Iit. Co-,idjutor Bilshop of Dublin, who i. oin a visit to the colonies was also :present. Tlie churcli was conscciitecd by His (Graicete ' Arch bisliop. 'after which illuss 1s6i cele bratedl by 'Father Quilter,, aintd tie Re. .T. L. Hegarty ])rcclhed a niost clociiiiut anld ilpress-ivesermnion, which wMIAs listened to with rapt atteiltion by the lrg1 e collregation presiit. At the coilchisioln of the service, addresec of welcome to His Grace, drawin il bhy Messrs Barbetta, Yotill ilia +M7oore, was reaid byi Mr1. jiaettn, Dr. Carr, in riespoiise, thanked them heartily for the. kiid and -generous sentiments exprcsetl: in tle address, anld poke iln most eulogistic ternli of thile beauty of F]rankstoln. He not only anticipated that a school would be attiacled to the church before long, but that imanyL ...

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THE FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

THIE FRANKSTON -MUTUAL IMI PROVEMENT AND DEBATING SO CIETY. To THE EDITOR. Slm.-I was very imuch, astonished at reading tle brilliant letter which appeared in your issue of the 7th instant re the church benefit concerts, which were'really initiated and carried out by" somen of our leading townsflolk, independently of the Frauikston Mutual Improvement Society, for the purpose of augmenting the funds of the three churches in the town. One has. alreaily- eve~ntsiated, and considering the libehal support accorded. it, resulted, in a gross return of about £7, and deducting expenses in a net return of about £4. Now sir, if "Anxious" is so anxious about why the other two concerts had not come off, I thi?kl-f.ea en-lighten him or her, as the case may be. The conunittee were so dis gusted at the paltry collection, at this con cert, that they thought it superfluouson their part to take any further interest in the concern. Trusting this will satisfy "Anxious." If not I enclose my card a.nd sha...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. MR. H. M. STANLEY. LONDON, DEC. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. i (Fron the Melbourue Papers.) I MR. H. M. STANLEY. Losxos, DEC. 13. 1Her Majesty the Queen has sent a message to Mr IH. M.. Stanley, at Zanzibar, congratulating him upon the successful accomplishment of his inar vellous expedition. ARRIVAL OF SIR HENRY LOCH AT THE CAPE. LoSnos, DEC. 14. Sir Henry Loch, accompanied by 'l Ladel Loch and ifamily has arrived inl I the Damascus at Capetown. Great preparations had been made for the reception of the new Governor. The town was gaily dressed inll unting, and the streets were lined with people, who received Sir Henry and I Lady Loch with great enthusiasm. EMIN rASHA. s The latest accounts relative to the . illness of Emin Pasha who was badly I injured through walking out of an i upper storv Window shortly after his arrival at B.agomoyo, are less satis- p factory than those previously received. 9 It is now stated that Emin has suffered N a relapse, and that he is not yet out of h danger. THE LATE IR. WVESTFARTH. A Probate h...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

ui dc:,nta111(tliit `the ]'re i1 tCeriln hocis p>urpoae 1iold1iii.their bazaa int lid. of the ºul o sincte oin Jnaiv 11111 . They'i ic ha em b t'itailkin" 1iieptratiiiii' for ionic 'itcinth i auid, hope to raise' . 1Thec omioitttcu it the Mecaic'siii Iln tittu ih n u received a doniation of threc, ginocas towaiids the ltuildiii" oitl)pboe~oiintsf from` the. i' reehold Int te'atmieot tiil no Col otpatoy of -Aot li ih~ ,1Wr ehoiei thaºt inuinn ottlrs wil l ftoloew~tlieC~ c~iittph. /ot thuis coin Jl~noi its the coutoo~ttccu irexiomuis to lessenthe detili it el spossible.

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MORNINGON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

I (F On?o.I 01 Ow OESONDEr.) , - O.. As xpecetd the: Cake and Apron fair leld' in' tno' rMechanics' Insti tute,'lhist week, was'a' deciided success, and great cre;lit isdue' to the ladies tfor the mannIer ill which they carried the affir through, and.the substanllltial aid lthey lhae been the uicean.s of con triiitinug t;iwards rediiciing the laebt ulioii tiiO buildilIg. Altogether the ,taIkings for:the .threeodays: were close upon £12:), which . uslt" be considered vcir glood litdeelld,l d111(1 ill iitaterially Sas1sist tile collmiittee of the Mechanie's in its timlncia l affairs. .;...sAlight alteration halslbeen made :in the train service to M/ornington, the trains leaving here, some ten _iutilte(j h tehr than they have been doing, but ft ile LiferIilr'ei. 1rr egutl 'an earlier delivery of the mails from Mei bourne has ;'ot 1been `effected. Al though w vehave had a distinlt promise of beotter .things to, come, lrobably after tile new year tile railway :luthlo ities will see their...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

MAILS DELIVERED AT FR 1NKSTON. From Melbourne--! l.m. and : p.m. From Mornington-9. n.m. and 1 p.m. From Dronnman-9. n.m. From Somerville and Hastings-1 p.m. From Cowes and San Remo-Monday, WeVdnesday and Friday-1 p1.m.

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