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Mornington. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 8TH OCTOBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Mornington. --- --- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT" TUESDAY, 8TH OCTOBER, 1889. The Licensing Court sat here and was held before Messrs Hare, Alley and Shutter, L..M.'s, when the follow ing cases were heard and adjudicated upon after a long .sitting of the Court: Application for Publican's License for new hotel at Flinders by J. 13. Baldtssari; adjourned from nt previous Licensing Court for completion of the building in accordance with plans previously approved byv the Court, and now shown to have lbeen carried out. Inspector Scalan said there was no objection on the part of the police, and that such publie accommnodation was much required at Flinders. The Bench took same view and the license was granted. Win. Cripps applied for and ob tained a Stage Carriage License, there being no opposition. (Before Messrs. lare and Il. Shotten.) C. Crowley, of the Cricketers' Arms Hnotel, Main St.. was stunmiomed by the police for not having a light hurn ing before his hotel all nigh...
Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Hastings. -~--+ The pic-nic party which left Hastings jetty on Friday the 4th, had rather a lively time pf it, and had notthe management of the boat-a new one-been in good hands the consequences might have been of a serious nature. As it was, however, the majority of the party, ladies principally, got off with a five mile walk from Stoney Point. The morning was not very pro mising for marine excursionists, and as the day wore on it got worse, until the wind rose to almost a gale, followed by a thunderstorm. The boating party were at that time on their way home; and about abreast of Cribb Point, when the wind struck the heavily-laden boat, by some means or other the sheet or rope which fastens the hinder part of the sail got foul of the helm, which resulted in the rudder .being jerked from its fixings and lost. With the assistance of a paddle the boat was run for Stoney Point, and most of the party manding there elected to walk home, which they did, getting to Hastings considerably a...
Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Somerville. ---+-- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The weather has been very un settled down here for the past week, showers falling at frequent intervals. The Somerville Cricket Club corn mtence the secason by playing the 1]ts tings team on the 19th inst. The Somterrille players are confident of victory. In nmy next 1. will notice a few of the mosut prominent players. On Fridayv next a concert is to be held in id of the Cricket Club, anld fromn what 1 hear it - promises to be one of the best ever held in the dis trict. A couple of Melbourne sportsmen who were oult shlootinlg last week were successful in bhgging a dozen brace of snlpe, alnd II party of local sportsmnen who journeyed to Sandy Point Ilst Sat'urday met with splendid success, potting 35 wallabies. From whlit I c;u learn the settlers dosiwi thaut way wouhl noti oblject to frequent visits from sportsmen equally proficient with the gun, as wallabies are becoming a great plague. On the journey the party ahove referred to kill...
Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Dromllaa. - -· t-1, (Fllo.l Rouir ow. COrII.?r?SPOXiET.) The third football, im:atcli between the Dronnana and: the Tvroneeclubs was: played here in Siaturdaly laist. As each of the clubs. h:d.won oie of the previous nIatche. ai good deal iof interest was nulinifested as to the re: sult of their third one. It tenriinatied ini that: miin it tuiatisfulctoi im'iiner, viz, i draw, iii faivouiirf IDonfrizina; Sthe result being, Drihoniui, 2 giial s 4 -behnids; Tyrine, 2 goalt. 2 Iehiindi. Some w??eeks ".o a?publihe meeting ws: icalled foir: tlihe liuirplye of peti tioning the Posmaster-General for a second daily' mail service between Melbourne and Dromana. The fol lowing is a copy of .the reply received from the Postal Department:--" Post Office 'and Telegraphi Depalrtment, General Post Ofie, Melbourne, 4th Oct., 1889.. Sr,--Referring to a peti tion presented by 'you, signed by Iessrs. R.? Ditterick, Williani Story, and other residents of Dromain, applying for an additional daily annil s...
Sorrento. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Sorrento.. ; (FIoiz oul oWN. CoinRbi!ONDENT)I ' The iiiiiitl .tesi-IIWCtiii ii. 11id1 oif the ;t Johii 4' s'-Chinid lorreiitii, iia h8leu nt Friday. cvciing isi' the _I[cchi iiic'ri SiietitlltC,,it!!ftlth!!!~,lllhc iwte IVU 1ili tmosti`it 111Aottiii1.jit!i cniitstl g exit Mtieelssi Tlhe tanllc were,-ill nicel . dcorated, lift ft he t : two s vchi·, nl caiiic. i"·,nt·l`: Iin"."the; ;,mcieat .l;·harc:; o atteitioii . ii thati iritlic' pihiniters }oot illii irrid. off Sthe li T11e13iiiti. aid: othu ;!, uit~lcimn Iud strs;; tuiiii , tiel. ciiiii" byt the.cC1'C
Service of Song. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Service of Song. On Thursday evening -last, a service of song entitled "Kitty," was given in the Temperance Hall;, Frankston, before at large and appreciative audience. This service has been in prepiiration for some time past, mid great praise is die to lMr Carr for the proficient manner in which it was presented.. The pieces rendered by. the choir (consisting of about, fifteen voices), were distinguished by an evenness of execution not always found in amnateitr productions.. We would mnake special nientioni of the sopranai solo ,"Tenderly Lead M[a," by DMrs Ireland. Thetrio "For you I am Praying," by the MissesMcCombh and Mr" J. -Croskell, was very admirably rendered, and the pairt song for male voices only "Where, are yet Drifting," ? was, perlhaps; the enost highly ispifierieated effort of the evening. Indeld, the whole perfor maincewdls, of first-class merit,, and :the audidnuc 'dvinced ithen most' ?cnthisisiatic appreciation of the various numbers.. The connecting readin s ':we...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
PLINDERS :AND K: NGERONG. M**Ms at Droin lii 1] thlast Siatnurda. in (.tch llmonth. i'0. 0. artin. " :ousxid.Lo l :N n' ldiru* -1. 3AIt,-. .LP.. A. Down . i... ' .'. ,P..:. G*tI, .?'y. Ccutre Li(i i--.'.O DL itin, .J. 1C. Griltiths. V. rlowin. Wst idiiag?W. Il ttidsonn I:. And?rson, J.P., T..Cdn.1J.P.r • S SEc:I'; rLT: Petcr "owlan.o . .. Ti sr. . u nt: T' l., Muntz.
Wedding at Langwarrin. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
1 eddling at ILai~viWri'n.i. A very pleasing ceremony was perforned at the Langwarrin Hall on Tlhursday, rd ultimo., the occasion heing the wedding of MIiss Annie Ellwood, eldest daughter'of Mr Thos. Ellwood, of Langwarrin IHouse. Langwarrin. to Mr Walter J. Sanders, of F3yansford, Geelong. Tihe officiating clergyman was thie Rev. White, of Mornington, who, in the presence of a large number of the friends and relations of the bride and bridegroolm, had the honor of solemnizing the first wsedding ceremony held in this well and,favorably. .. known little township. The bride wore a dress of white silk, elaborately trimmned with white moire; her bouquet was composed of snow-drops,. camiillia biuds a;id white roses, arranged maiden-hair and other delicate ferns; she was attended by her two sisters in the capacity of bridesmaids, and very charming they looked, being attired in costumes of pure white embroidery. bMr Altmann acted as best man, and Miss L. Ellwood was attended by Mr Dunning....
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
SlillES'1 IIECTORY. 3]OI2.INGTON. Me ts in Mor:aintnn Shinr HIll thr Saittnd:v hv,fore full moon. 1t. iDnrnlcllll. .T.P. -North I riiing-T. 1). n.C.SueTP, an4· C. dI. F~x (I"'r~t.nkst".n). 1.t Tiin -11! 1. Peddle (I1 Litingo"), J. Sawyerr rnin ;ton ). T. Thorniil We sit idin-J. E. Adonis. A. Downward, I"JP r- :'1)t Irvine J:':"(Mori iiigton)7._. SmCi.crri r ANDf IESCaanmn.: 11. B. =Mtoors (Morninglon);
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
PIIILL1P ISL .I\D ~1I) *1.OO0011 1AI X blet :it ici--iletheSltfth yunes fo11 i non10m Pis -iraTr will. 11c I sIiSoUt J. 1? i CnCoucLLi5ous Jsluu m bd 'imi W'.' 'IVlha btisonn J.P. 1 Moem fbcrw'J.1'. John We st. 1ý'oo1 mmmi Rmmlmdng-J Dilyi P. Anderson, :r. :Jam11s foddmuott -J.P Corinella HJiding-JT. C Toullock,' Jaimes Clfirkm .JI'.,5. K1eys., SYCUF.TARS CLFRIC OF WOF KS.1 000 :.II: ionniick S~un Ikimmo: Comncmiommm rol-"! ien.the ordeesmim wlhich itimir nitumes mum am mnihed. ý:.11m I'eist; rot mm ing' in Aumgust tlmi. year, and lsm each succeeding yeari
Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. Hastings v. Marylebone.-A football match was duly contested on Saturday, the 5th, a good muster ofi players :and spectators being, present. A splendid &nbsp; afternoon's sport was the result, especially as the weather was fine.' The local team were well to the fore, and finished up with a win. After lunch ( at the, Westernport Hotel the visitors were accompanied &nbsp; to the railway station by members &nbsp; of the H.F.C.; and received three hearty cheers as the train moved; away. The scores were --Hastings, 3 goals 5 behinds; Marylebone, 2 goals 3 behinds. Hastings Football Club.-The members of this Club met on Saturday night, Oct. 5th, at O'Reilly's Western Port Hotel, for the purpose of deciding which of their number was entitled to receive the silver trophy presented to the Club by Mr. D. J. Ham, to be given to the best improved player during the past season. The ques tion was decided by ballot, Mr. Geo. Watson carrying off the ...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 12th OCTOBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
"'Not timidly, nor rahly.'" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Morning &nbsp; .-:.: 1._: =_5.. _:._ .... ?-_ ... - .... C . .~..~. .. 12th OCTOBER, 1889. Mr Brody, some time ago took over the baths from the Shire Council with the understanding that he should be permitted to erect a caretaker's cottage in close proximity to the &nbsp; baths. T'his request, it appears the Counn'il complllied with. a~nd Mrv llrodly lt incite set to work tlo hIave theeottage erected, bult zifter ilnurrinig expe.nSe to tihe :iiounit of 10.lO-indeilendelint of his ilwn tiii---the Wo'k is sudhhdnl hIriught to i stn:liidstill iy reason utf the inoui'il hnt having the ailsoiite Icoitol of hlhi., fiij'tdshoids' \iithini its liundiries. It Ilpplr.is the Minister of liiaiids, to wliimn the CouMil hI.il tii .go foli" Ipirmissioul hlos refusedl the requlest, thereF,,r, iiunilessM.r llrody is zihle to zu'quire sime hiilnd neilr the hi::ths, :: hlic nl;ticipiates heinig able to do; there is a lipriihnhility o...
HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
HASTINGS TO FIIA.NKSTON1 ANDI MELBiOURNE. Ifstatings, dep.-N.nm.-ll..iO-7.0p.un. L.15. Somerville, dep.-S.S n.n.-12. m p.i. 7.1--9.2:'1. Mornington Junction. dep.-S.27 a.m. 12.17 p.mt.-7.27-9.:12 Langwarrin. dep.-,.:Il n.u.-12.21 p.n. 7.:11-9.:6. Franksto.n, arr.--.M1| a.m.-12.:o p.mn. Fnnmkston, dep.-X.SI ;u.tn.-12.li p.m. 7.57-10.11. MelMou'rnt, dle.-It.10a.mIn.--2.0p.uI.-1-9.17 -11.15.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
COUNSEL'S NEW PUDLICATIONS. 1.-ORIGINAL MAXImS (:1200), Is (ilr.-o-st" Free. M.--"3ELODIEs or EI?s" (12 Songs), 2s. "Music by EDWASO COUNSRE. (Composer of Twenty Tmous:ind (20,00x)) Origin-il Airs, &c.), Can be Obtained from the Author, Somnerville. Everoyone Ought to Insure Agsnst Fire. AT NATIONAL INSURALCE COMPANYI HEIInA? Orricr.: Corner of Collins and MaLrkct Streets, Melbornme. . . ?D crons:-'.: " Theoms Mobray. Esq. J.P.. Ci ,sr,. , T onms Alston, Esl.. JP.. Vico.(ulminna.h • Mntthew Ltn. Eql.. J.P., sILyorofcllournle. G.D. Carter. Esq?,M.P. - R. lO. enson.Esq.. J.P. Hon. C. J. Him. M.L.(., LOWEST CURREhNT RATES OF PREMIUA. Bush Fires and Gas' Explosiols 'Coveredm SWithout Extra Chmr'e.:: WILLIAM MACREDIE, Secreta.ry Agent for Frankhstoun Mai O .: nom ? ; Agent for hDyrnm.'.to-J+.;??,a. ]I.W . ... :"S"+..; ?,?:;;+':;.++.?i++ ++ +.? + :+,+: : .TR E .I. .RK.I IE --.AND CORDIAL FACTORY, Celebrated for its Spring W ife r. Every Description of First Class Cordials Manufact...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE :TO. FRANKSTON AND S MORNINGTON. Melboirne,. dep.-7.10 .u.m.--9.10-12.20 ..11.2,. Frankston, : arr.-S.27 a.m.-10.30-1.4O p.n?.-2.40--3.:3 -- 7.55--10.55 12.4.?. Frankston, dep.--10.3.5 a.m.u-2.4 p.un. 6.10-8.2-12.50.. Langwarrin, dep.-10.45 a.mi.--2.5. p.mh. 6.20-8.12-1.0. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.50 am. 3.0 p.m.--O.25-8.17-1.5. Moorooduc, dep.-11.2 at.n.-3.12 p.mi. 6.:17-8.29-1.17. Mornington, arr.-11.15 i.m.-3.23 p.ll. 0.10-8.42-1.30. *Those marked with an asterisk rmun through to Mornington.
Mornington Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Mornington Shire Council. ---e-+ The regular monthly meeting of the above Council was held in the Shire Hall, Mornington, on Saturday last. Present Crs Downward (the President) in the chair, -Irvine. Adamis. Thornell, Sawyer, Peddle, Souter, Fox and Box. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESI'ONDENCE. A letter was read from Messrs Crisp. Lewis and Hedderwick, re taking over road on land at Mount Martha. The secretary was instructed to write and inform Messrs Crisp, Lewis anl Hedderwick that the road.could not lie taken over until the Shire Engineer had inspected it, and ireported it to lie in good condition. Fron 'Arnell and Jackson, re Municipal Directory. On the motion of Cr Souter, seconded by Cr Peddle, the secretary was authorised to furnish Messrs Arnell and Jackson with the desired infornmation, and to obtain a copy of the Directory for each of the councillors. Froim Public Works Department, announcing the appointment of, Mr G. B. Liish as Government Aud...
How the Poor Live. (Continned from October 5.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Hoew;the 'Poord6 ,itve: (1. :ioio,'R- i LE B. " iMs:' o 'Aio:: o ' , . Donit Ballads, &e.) (o tci: fromn Ocober i) S.!T CII J?1TER .lli:;·" " As I '.Iice o'er ;,the notes.J ha. ' jotte, doii during, iiy ; loirfly: of the to sk :: Iia v undert ike liince holne o Il ` ranurl? foreibly., .tmn:eve'.. reney for the existing state of t ings arel matters [ have so mlich atheart, thiat,.l fear L les I shouhl not nmake aInlple use of the goldeni opportunities here affoided mie of ventilating; the: suhject. Oli tllhe other. han l,.hesi- .. htte to repel thile reader,l and, unfortu n?tely, the best :illustr.htiois of the evils of overelrowding are reptlsive to. a degree. .Perhapse if. I hint at a few of the very-. had. cases, it will he: silihcienlt. [Men .and wonei itof the woil will he •able to splI thelelail. id di?a" the correct deductinsli ;. mid it is, aftelr all, only ie . and w:md len.ofI the world whose praeticial svumplathli is likely to to Ie enlisted v?..a revelation bf'l h...