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A NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. [We ,are nlways reouly to publish corrospolnduaec on sttters of intoerest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressoal by our Correspoldunts.-ED. MLS.] ,. A NUISANCE. To' THE EDITORI SSir.-In Wells street a few feet from the footpath is a stagnant waterhole, well known as Sliannon's waterhole. At the present time it throws off a most digusting stench, and with the advance of summer, there is good. reason to assumn, that the ordor arising therefrom, will be still more noxious ; and may result.in enjendering disease of mh.tailinatire. ''Steps should be :tken to compel this being filled up at once.-Yours, &c., A A I RESIDENT. Frankston, 19th Decnember.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

GUENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne--7.4 nan.-12 noon 8.20 p.um. For Mfornington-10.5 a.m.-2.15 p.m. 'For Drom;ma--10.5 nan. For Somerville-10.5 a.m. For Hastings-10.5 a.m. For Cowes and San Rlemo-'ruesday, Thursda~y and Saturday-10.5 a.m.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

FLINDERS AND KANGERIONG. Meets at Dromana the last Saturday it each month. PRESIDENT: T. O. Martin. COUWCILLORn s: East Riding-D. Mairs, J.P., A. Down ward, J.P., R. Stanley. Centre Riding--T. O. Martin, J. C. Grifliths, W. Brown. West Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY : Peter Nowlan. TREASURER: T. B.. Mmuntz.

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLALAI. Meets at Grantville the Saturday nearest full moon. SPREBIDENT: r Wm. Harbison, J.P. CouncriLoss: Island Riding-W. Harbison, J.P., T. MeFee, J.P., John West. Wool.mai Riding-J. Daly, P. Anderson, James Hoddinott, J.P .Corinelht Riding-J. C. Tullock,. James Clarke, J.P., S. Keys. SECRETARY, CLERK OF WOsRKs, &c. : H. Bonwick, Samn Remo. Councillors retire in tlle order in which "their nanies are printed. The first retir 'ing in August next -ear and oue'ah sue ~we~mn~J: r

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

HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOUNE. Hastings, dep.--.0a.m.-11.50-7.0 p.m. T9abb, dep.-S.10 .a.m-12.0-7.10 p.m. 9.15. Somerville, dep.--.1S a.m.-12.8 p.m. 7.18-9.2 1. Mornington Junction, dcp.--S.27 n.m. 12.17 p.m.-7.27-9.82 Langwarrin, dep.-S.31 a.m.-12.21 p.m. 7.31--.:36. Frankston, arr.--8.40 a.m.-12.30 p.m. t 7.44-..4s .. Frankston, dep.--S.50 a.mn.-12.45 p.m. 7.57-10.0. Melbourne, dep.-10.10(a.m.-2.Op.m.-9.17 -11.15.

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CRIB POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

CRIB3 POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND) HASTINGS. Melbourne, dep.--9.10 n.m.--12.20 p.m. 6.35--9.35. Frankston, arr.--lO1.30 a.ml.--l.4O p.m. 7.55-10.35. Frankston, dep.-10..5 a.mn.-1.50 pam. 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin, dep.-10.34 a.m:--1.59 p.lli. 8.21-1.14. Mornington Junction, dep.--lO.iS man. 2.3 p.mn.-8.25-11.18. Somerville, dlep.--ll11.7 am.-2.12 p.m. 8.34-11.27 Tyalb, depl.-11.15 a.m.-2.20 p.m.-8..42 11.35. Hastings, arr.-ll.25 ai.m.-2.30 pn.m.--8.52 -11.45.

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

MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. Mornington,dep.-7.40 a.m.-12.0-4.5 p.um -7.10-9.15. M oorooduc, dep.-7.53 a.m.-121.13 p.m. 4.18-7.23--9.28. Mornington Junction, dcp.--S. a.m. 12.25 p.m.-4.30-7.3?5-9.40. Langwarrin, dep.-S.10 aa.i.-12.30 p.m. 4.35-7.40-9.43. Frankston, arr.-8.20 nt.m.-12.40 p.m. 4.45-7.50-9.55. Frankston, dep.-7.25 n.m.-8.27--8.50 12.4. p.n.-2.1.--3.50 -5.50-7.57-10.0. M[elbourne-arr. 8.40 a.m.--9.40-10.10 2.0 p.m.-3.31-.10-6.10-9.17-11.15.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

V. 3. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FBANKSTON AND . MORNINGTON. Melbourne, dep.-7.10 a.im.--9.10-12.20 kp.m. --1.20-2.15-*4.45--".339.35-3 *11.25. Frankston, arr.-8.27 .mn.-10.30--1.40 ... p.m.-2.40-3.35-6.5-'7.55--10.55 12.45. Franlston, dep.-l0.35 a.m.-2.45 p.m. 6.10-8.2-12.50. Langwarrin, dep.-10.45 a.m.-2.35 p.m. 6.20-8.12-1.0. 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. * 0.37-?5a.-1.17. 6 ..52O-8,_42-1.30. *Thoso marked with an asterisk run through to Mornington.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

THE '-MORNINGTON STANDARD." TUlE most widely circulited paper in the • Peninsula. READ IT AND ADVERTISE IN IT. ALSO ALL Jobbing Executed with Neatness and Despatch. AT MELBOURNE PRICES. THE DEFIES CHlAMPION COMPETITION OF THE ITS VICTORIES EXTEND OVEi TII. WllOLE: \VOI(LI.. TF THE ORD WORLD. The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST " PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON .887-8, A-ND PIIO'ED IN rUIILIC CO3II'ITION AT E L 1OI10, 1I )iY.'O3IF T EpJ T LST, TO i i 1i i E :D 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE, LAST SEA SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY. Tile 1SS8 ;Binder is L eowcr. t in Helight, Lighter. iat II eight, C Lighter. in Dratliht thanri cvei* Large St,cks of )uplicates will be held in all the nmpirtant I)istricts in the Colony. Paragon and Enclosed Gear MOWERS & REAPERS THE SPECIAL TWIIE & SUPERIOR OIL, WORLD Machinery Merchant and Inmporter, 208 & 210 LATROBE ST. WEST, ar nL-lrzlr // .'kll?t/,.. VI CIERTAIN DEBAT TO ALL INSEOT PESTS whilst it is porfootly EAR...

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SOUNDINGS FROM THE SEA S[?]ant. Sir, even now Did the sea upon our shore this chest, Tis of some wreek. Crimeon. Set it down, let's look on it. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

r S"E.- jlEEIII NT. i " Strr,?t. Sir, even oow . Dit,the set toss oupo otor ishore this chest, Ii .rj?ncoo. Set it down, let's look oil it. Before the ne twi~ 'of~ ths journal appear.s, the ('Ch isti ?iiglti of.88-09 will? hale gone out. The bol0 bons nwill have been plucked from off, the Chrittmas trees,. ad, all the other k:ikiii kteacks thereon disphiyec d for the :delectation of Touomnies 'uid .Johlilcis, 'follit rtntd ])ollies, :will have been ditribtuted hald Iwill dotibtlui l ttive ~iutr'endr:e (iici. sihaipely selves to the chiltish iiiimpulse to ?c" Wihat's iiisidd tholn.?', ?imt:r ClOus will have piid iis aniiiual nisit ; he will have crept noiselessly, dowti_tho chihitne-, and filled to overflowing thellittle stockiti'?; with 'thet delicu?cies :ciu? toys of the kind' the egtting.tof which our little one 0 will coisitile the ir greatest desire to have beetn "rante, The no istletod 'liihillo l lie ilile toliuhll tl a tale of stolue kisses andi plighted troths, wcro'li'l iot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

Department of Public Works, . . Melbourne, December 12, 1889. -ENDERS will be received, subject to S.; the conditions. of: tendering, .for Alterations of Tramway, Repairs, Painting &c., Frankston Jetty; until twelve o'clock on Thurday, January, 2, 1890. Particulars may be learnt rat this office, and at the Police Station, Frankston, . The amount of thei preliminary deposit to accompany the Tender is?£5 and the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the contract is 5 per cent, The Board of Land and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest , or any tender. D. M. DAVIES, Commissioner of Public Works. . Departiment of Public Works, ' Melbourne, December 12, 1889. TENDERS will be received, subject to the conditions of tendering. for Erection of a Jetty at Tooradin, Western port Bay, until twelve o'clock on Thursday January 2, 1890. .r . ": :Particiular s' "nlay;bo'"learntsat.thie l tfco{` and at the Police station, Daindenong. The amnount of the. pr...

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A TRIP TO FRANKSTON. III. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

J JR' 0 "O h IiS''OII S.My. d:itr --3Jy l;t letter' was a little tiu Lai, tld,' it ?otiloilid'up quite suddelilh uld left iiff just :is a sen?s of tihe exiteniced of otiie iastittrli heiutt in lrai, stii? s wi. beitigi iiiiuifesteo,. to .ie; .I 'he' plani o1 fanuiliaign,i,. n.hicih y?.u iuoposo.l to lav t- iintio ci,,cm* ltion in the ne-oild.ift'96, nuiv'g?.,it ntas de titdti il?o a great mint similar sciheims never' to ei provisely'carriled oint. Itn 1ilorrv'1ofteri rutnthrotih it, and .ask thd. que.4tioi : Whrlit niuioint of physiteal. editrance you tlitiught;imi eapale of. Fi W'c doik ini'the niorninti is tf"r itoe t "coe, hit'; too c:irly tii eciti oum t .of ii. coinfortable co nly e" ]':int on qi E thoise , ho .likes ti~e tiit to rdecire i" gooclair ing b"efo. care to I ring ly. .lhiathin,, al.? ri itti to iaj;f ili? thue beautit ful, t ear, erisy, br lacing. health y. t ophoroii thiiititin 4?1 e aii€ooilet I. aint' septical ibot tth litiactint; nitiire of the ear morning atiMo...

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER V. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

How the Poor Live. (BY GOEoEo' R.- Sixs: Author of Dagonet Ballads, &c.) C:.i rrmau 'V Co.iSTISUED. How foul, how- awful some of these places, where the pimoor have foimd their' last refuge from: Artisans' Dwelling Acts and Metropolitan iml provements, arc, I dare inot tell you. I have beein told that the readers' of a la book don't care to knoiwo , mid the difficulties of dealing with this subject are increased by my knowledge of the fact that in a` truthful account of How the Poor Live" there can be but little to attract those who read for ,pleasure only. Rags that is to say,. the rags of 'our cold, sunless c.lime-are never picturesque; squalor and nmisery can only- be made t tolerable by the touch of the romancist I -and'here I dare not ronimuace. Bad, however, hs thiings are, shock- t ing as is the condition of thousands and thousands of our fellow, citizens who live from the cradle to the grave, itis not an unmmixed evil if out of its very repulsiveness grois xi remedy ...

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DANDENONG WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. AN EXTENSIVE SCHEME PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

1:I·IJ N1+_DB~r'O WA'L ER SUP AN EX'11YSIVFl SCHEME PROPOSED. Onf Saturdai aftoisniioui a confecrence o'Isistin1g of1 C11 . liii itito Mdills, M'S º":tivi :nnd .13a1"nelt, of the l\~oorab bini Shire'; Crs ])otinonild Irvine aiti Siiiitci Mtornin`toti' "Cis. Brown, Colonce IlLttoii. nuil Mr. 'ev' Daunde non g ; in't C'rsi. 1[C ulloelh, humnn nuud "i1151roo Oakleighl Shirc niet· it the M~ooi lbiuu -shuire haill to lucuisils I uchieiuiurfo robtarningltaii a water1stCul ly fromi th. 1) uudeui ,,ralnges. .Cr. .IBur.,Yess' sun uajpeml thic c~hii ?and a re poll l l .Mr. hhhiott(.1 Inginer Ocau idhn hctef the, oufltrenlu. iwith, ,au phi of the. coulunh3 it w14 prtposod Nitotrverse. Tm hut irsi in1 01Ilo])ouin~ the nucet ilu, uuiudthushic ~~diewa11 uuntendedt to tuuruuishi ])uudeuuouug,. Oakleighu, !?[uor ibbiuut unil 'l[uiºtitiutoui: ' ithi a suigipphof water. A. water supply ain'd huead oorks were iuntenuded to ho on ,thcc1A(otiuhnlk Creek- which- had a iltaiiuagat~rea of 415O1 nurse!k The...

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BALNARRING v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

B.ALNA.RINsI . OoEIInILLE. This match was played at B:lnar- 1 ring on Saturday last, and resulted in 1 a win for Somerville iby nine wickets. ,T. Baker bowled splendidly for Somer ville, taking 6 wickets for 12 runs in the first innings, and 4- wickets for 2 runs in the second. The following I are the scores : . ILALNRRING.--t18,N INNINGS. F. Davis, b Baker ... ... ... 1 A. Bickerdike, b Watson . ... 0 Buckley, b Baker ... ... .... O W. Davis, c off Watson... ... ... u Hlnrley, run oit........... Stanley, b Baker... .......... 0 Johnson, b Baker ... ....... 2 R. Stanley. not out ... ...... 4 Oswin, b Baker ... ...... ...0 H. Davis, run out ... ... ... 0 Smith, b Baker ... . ...... ... Sundries ... . .... ... ... 1 2nd INIoGOs. Davis, c off Watson ... ... ... 1 Bickerdike, b Watson ... ... ... 1 Buckley, b Taylor ... ... ... 0 W. Daivis, l.b.w. Watson ... 51 Hurley, stpd. I Taylor.... ... .. Stanley, a off Taylor ... ... ... 1 Johnson, ib Watson ... ... 14 R. Stanley, c Collins ... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION 1OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) -I Established, 1809. INVESTED FUNDS TO M1rEET CLAIMS... .. £900,000 ANNUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF .£?250,000 MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS: ILARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE SECURITY.' Special Claims of the ;National. Mutual Life. : 's 1. It is the Oldest Victorian. i tuali O. .e. 2. It introduced tle follooinq important features in the practice, of Lift Assuraince into the Colonies : I.-That no Member's Policy shall be allowed to hipse oi account of the Non-payment of any Premium' so long as it has 'it Stirrender Value sufficient to pay the Premium overdue. II.-That no Member shall be compelled to pay .t higher Preminu on his .Policy than that set opposite to his age in the Table of Rates. II:-That the Age of Membcers he taken as at nearest Birtlhdlay. IV.-Profits arc divided every Three Yehrs.. HIEAD OFFIcE: 1 Markeet Buildings, Collins-street West, Melbourne. ALEX. H YOUNG, Manager. Agent for Frankston-MARK BRODT. L SAgent.for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

lootniakers. Frankston aBoot Warehouse. J, REYNOLDS &' CO.; PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, : i E: STREEr,. FR.NsKroN. A LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' d . i ntlemena's.Bogteanda8ho always on hand. Boots of all Descriptions matte to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hiand Sewn Work a Specialty.' $:pairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES.: ] FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. v <t J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE ,MAKER.. Ready 'Made Stock always on Hand. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. A UCTI O S. H C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer, Lniil. & . Estate Agents. J.: F O X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales I of Houses, Land, Furniture, Stock, &c., &e., in any,part of the Country, and gives his Personal Attention to all Business en trusted to him.. !.. Agent for the Iilperial Insurance Co. Rents and Debts Collected. E C. J.:FOX & Co., a 'AUCTIONEER, &c., r BAY STRET,r FRAN.KSTON. T. H. DAVEY, :EST'A'I'E, AGENT, FIRANKSTONX. B EGS to thank his numerous supporters th...

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

EPSOJI R VING CLUIB. On Friday next M?:. .Tenkins wil hold a meeting ona his excellently ap pointed rtae-cour se :at "Mordialloe. I the reveits haIet filled:wel1, and IMr fci'kplls Ili'? 'Ieep }reparded li.iy total of 1..1 entries. The iT.llock 1 iandisrap. for 13 hanlds lni es :has attracted 31 entries, and the Sandringhan' Iltdi cap has enticed 25 horses, nt as some exeelleit' perfoiiilcrs aire ga:ged ia .ood rice i likely to result. For the Tooradin HIandicap 26 en es have been received. Altogether I adnir able days sport is pranised itors to this heatitiful course Who are reof an enjoyahble outing. 31r. Jenkins aho ady )ital p grantltne to nc fortnight the ,clo"se on tEmnt iand Queen street, audwe expect that the various eveits will fill as riell as the olic. put downi for discussion on Friday next, and for which the follow ing are the entries : HURDLE RACE. Of 100 sovs. About one mile and fire furlongs. ? Resi?gn King Billy King Louis Bosh Dandy . Trucannini Ulysses Dandelion Q...

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

,(FRoM OEUROWN CORRESPONDENT.) , Co Saituirday L1hit iw eire honiotred by i? viit 'firm M i Oji:) Otter, his object beitig: to foniid a rifle corp. A ? 1rn bert of the cresidents mllt hinii at 'O'Reilly W1\tt bit Iiiotel whiere Ihe explaiinedl th' working ' antd ruile.s At tliy' qnlioiof the gaill;aiit i. iioi'' ilsi .i giidly nuib.er of tli?gde lý1.? 'ilc ,lijted th?I jr in telitiol: ,O. unl{ue a'vthe train'rauit through to' Stoiiv Point, terminiusof tlic :C'ib boiiitiney r where it itiws nief icb3t ei rsteniner Genesti, coninanded. hy Mr G-. 1:Cliirke, Lhoth laitely coiin ided theeyn; t i' f u I ii?t i igs'. jetty undergo: ingtiromnicnecesiary rep;irs beforei itartug `on iher hrbiihe ripi to (ianit ile, tihe ,.Bas i, l.Queeniferry, 1o the "Bay: ii ill= 'ccr !be i ,wesbo by: iteiami if*: bloat from Stonev Point terminus, thus doing away with the tedious voyages in the open boats that have hitherto beon the only means of transit. 3Mr Moore, the district trafflic manla ger, passed ov...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 December 1889

SI[IIRES' DIRECTORY. IORNINGTON. Meets ini Mornington Shire Haldl the Saturday before full Imoon. PRESIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILLORS : North Riding--J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.r., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding--1f. I. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Biding-J;-E. Adams, A. Downward, SJ.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND ENGINEER: H. E. MLoors (Mornington).

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