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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] FRANSTON-CRANBOURNE RAILWAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

St".-I should like to ask, through LWe nre diwmys ready to pyoulis corrsmpon ilnce on mitters of interest, but do iot hold ourselveo rsirsl towpe for the opiuions expresstetby our ovrreslll bdets.-Es. M.S.] hem-s itu a erted, thiEt other toiwn.1hipT , I IFRANSTON-CRANBOURNEgB AnI-I; WAY. no o so advantagTHE y EDITOuR.' ated Sin.-I elioii ? ll d lie to ask, throug trelif rdinoin ot your colum ns, if the coliiiitthe ;ilnous ted; the dr oi public inectilme to dclI with thie abov-e matter are 1doing mvthiig ? It ? cInsll that our townispeopleare ar c ve iapitlictic ovpr ull pumlii. imatters and whien one heirs it asserted, tlit other towiiships, lot. so adanii-tageoisly ' situated .as eaksto;i aStrog liht.triiin t 'in the ra f prosperit, oe fecels constrained to 1a tlic -cause at the door of our public miii. .Sely we hiave mCeii, col;on, aiid.its coiii1ietEiit tio resent a catSe il l stioni liilit a liit tlhev secm to lad is the engergy to go thlough to the bitter end with. nIy thiig th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

Notices. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY (LirTED). C;pital Subscribed ... £2,500,000 Capital Paid up ... .. £ .250,000 Reserves and olher funds £2,239,21 Total AnnualRevenue over £1,150,000 Chief Office for Australia 413 COLLINS STREET, MELSOURNE SThe Comnerciul Union is one of the Largest Fire Insurance Offices in the world. It has acquired very valuable freeholds in these colonies and is continiu ally increasing its profits in Australian Securities. Its Rates are Low, the Security offered to intending Assurants is undeniable and in c.ase of loss by fire its payyments are prompjt. - Agents Required. S. Apply COUNTRY INSPECTOR. 413 Collins Street. MJ QUEEN & ATKINSON DECORATIVE PAINTERS, GRAINERS, GILDERS, PAPEPHANGERS, S&c, MENTONE, All work entrusted to their Charge will be completed in First-class Style, S Estimates Given. The Buffeier's Bett Fri , - All Disorders alftictio tle Lirer, stolllach, and IBowels. ThesePill can he confidently recommended %s the most ...

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER VI CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

How the Poor. Live. :'(Br GEoRoE :R. .SIS: Author of. - ' Dagoiet Bllads &c.) : Cii uwriii `U.1 o TIis iu The cat-life- of the sluiiis i peculdiar. Dogs *are ;re, bI . to ts .a al couIon1? Is hi it lcerrjis in be teiml?bL. o*f1 iover-deii or. i ni ovr- fat Ile eats qf the llhulns et ?,E E.i; perfei"tly con telted, and i?rely leave the district is wlijch th .have leei ireared. They asceind tp the roof early in tle day, and stay thehre lpIl aftctr darkcilest has 'et in, and in n thle lpilce( opf !I local habitation they show their felidne sense. The rooms of their respective owners uoffer neither. anir nor sunshine, and when s the fanily' are all at home it is possibly the' inability of finding even a vacaut corner to curl up in that drives Thomas to that part of a bousv which ftho people of the East consider the best, but which the people of our Enast have never sought to utilize. The cats of the "slums are certainly domesticated: they marry and have families, and the kittens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.), Established, 1869. INVESTED PUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS.. .. £900,000' ANNUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF ... ..... £250,000 MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS. LARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE 'SECURITY., ,. Special Claims of the National Mutual life. S1. It i the Oldest Victorian Miutual Officie. 2. It introduced the following important features in t1e paetice of life Assurance into.the Colonies : - - .. . .. -- 7 . I.-That no Member's Policy shall be allowed to lapse on account of the Non-payment of any Premium so long as it has a Surrender Value sufficient to pay the Premium overdue. II.-That no Member shall be compelled to pay a higher Premium od his 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. 1V.-Profits are divided every Three Years. HEAD OFrrFE: 1 Market Buildings, Collins-street West, Melbourne. ALEX. R YOUNG, Manager. Agent for Frankston-MARK BRODr. _ Aent f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

,r.l' a .r i bd hlbI.it-n; + I ,dt u ,dl n' . B6('»ftni ?"B &,L,, l,,,,, fit l l-mI 9mi. o Id- it -aFT of lIlinv. - -.1-i , .mr, .1i; hH } Ii *)|-:: l em. aif r ,i';l« ?'.,nhl\ ii j;tY.1 JP RiiIjiEy S A * always on hand. u .ulr r.5 i l . I fill t-,liiio ' ...... .. h ,,i i ..... ij s h^ wtleltsi'Bodk Wh'ShM lip n-un sitsr A "i lk - if Is IELBOURNE PR ICESOdlt $i1141 . i tn -j l; "Ti 'uill-ll i -I!i :P';:S1 RNE IES • , . .... I,1p,1 i t I" r.h "-tri" *imt sli~i t' .I" 'l-i n » I; l "lnr I dD'S * lit, , snq>sL I As , l'1A .rletio.l>eer, L t T ~r.TI'T i 'Ir,' "' ·nit, r.m , -* avw l-. I n aIl? ilftaw rl r ll h ll .l" Ii- i' of Ho ur , .Stocik, l ,.,i in any part of the Country, and givis 1uis Personaliositttslion to all Business en trusto lto ilis,. .9 : ~id I.->'airs : o ~n litSh T. G'J'4:, d AYEYS "I*r'1 ESTATE, AGEMT. ]?kINKSTOX. ofo tig t, in.trnitro,. Stocky,,, &qo - ion any ditofti fountry,eand gii s upis rnd soalcsRtsat to t ll But siness f n properties ...

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PUGILISM IN ENGLAND. THE FIGHT BETWEEN SLAVIN AND SMITH. DECLARED A DRAW. LONDON, DEC. 23, 11.10 am. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

'PUGILISM.' Ix R.EN.GLA1W !D. 'THE FIGHT BETWEEN SLAVIN AND ,a .c ": ". SMITH. S DECLARED. A DRAW. [ IO3t TIlE AGE :COllnESL'ONDE.NT. ILoxo,'l) De. 23, 11.10 n.m. The principals a:nd their attendants illn connection with the lavin-Smith pri.ze fight went over to the conti nent for the purpose of Ccarryiug _out thefight:" Thi6 atateniflt has created a --surprise as1' it Was" understood that they were under police unnveil lance. ~Tif-fiighttook place at Bruges, in Belgium yesterday?" The contest was declarerd by the referees to.have ended in a draw. Grait unlinlli'les" hawas shown to Slari throughout the fight by a large number of roughsil ho-were lreresent for tlhe ;lUri,oIeof biuippirtiig the Enghlih boxer. The S?ort/sman eontains a statemlent to the effect thiat Slavin died subse quent to tile fight in conslquence of the treatment he received. S DEC. 23, 12.15 p.m. ' It hi now lieil definitely ascertained that the fight between lavin and Smith ended in a draw in. consequence of the...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, Dec. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. -4-- (From the MeIbourne Papers.) TERRIFIC EXPLOSION IN RUSSIA. LoxDo', Dec. 20. Intelligence has just been received that owing to the explosion of a shell in the great artillery :migazine at Bakui, a fortified se?port town of the Russian dominion on .the Caspian Sea, the building became ignited and was completely demolished, amidst terrific and disastrous explosions. The loss of life amounted to four gunners killedl, while four others sus tained injuries of a serious character. FIRE AT A MUSICAL HALL. S Lo,nox, Dec. 21. During the rehearsal of a Christmas cantataa by children at Detroit last night, the ga uze dress of one of the performers caught fire. The flames rapidly spreald until the dresses of 12 others were on fire. Two. children were burned to death, and several others sustained injuries which ha's since proved fatal. LORD SALISBURY'S NOTE TO n PORTUGAL. ,In connection iith the proceedinigs of the Portugnese in Central Africa, it is stated that the Marqui...

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EPSOM RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

g..',S'Of. 1?oIxa OL 77'1 . The following are the entries for the races to be run at the EpsIm Rlae ing: Club's iinceting 0.a Saturday, .Ianuary 4: HANIDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of 100 sous. One mile five furlongs and a half, Ballarat Squiro Landseer Sunstroke ;G.icideotirt Brolga Tiber Amy Kent Ulysses Rouge-et-Noir R~esigh Dandy Firebrand 'Bosh' ".-, Leporello. King Billy Aristides Roonda Sluggard SELLING RACE, Of 100. soes. Five furlongs. Clarendonil nil ?ilaner, nil Typhoon; nil Blackfish, nil Laaland, £25 Iddia, 12 CORINTHIAN HANDICAP FLAT RACE, Of 50 sov. One mile and two furlongs Britannia Fair Saxon Chloris 'Rouge-et-Noir Sluggard Saved Currency Faii Play Evergreen Rf ioul Drilllool GLEN HUNTLY HANICAP', Of 7p spvs. O.le tuil. Knigllt of the qCarter' MdtcoF Sir UGalh'siil " ,log!anay Red Rose King Billy Mikuado The Fosakn Soldier Boy Alert Leona White Spray M'KINNSON HANDICAP, . Of 50 soes.' Five furlonigs and a half. Knightof the Garter ,Britomarto Gdneral Sarsfield Be. lle Kate S...

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A TRIP TO FRANKSTON. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

S1 Let noplnge lheadlong ito t iiiio of` .thei letter.,_. and desc?. ,?.britjb.?!:iiri' iimeiit or 'do it is ci "'frill.d " the unpreepnpas l1 )t 1.'r ilcliktie left of' i npil Afte. .ien iig fli for thyjp la c b ' Ve " i ?e e talen tlip ll. it iiJtpcj 1.tde} 'it `ho irear of IAs Ploi hItel it WM Ti C the. ej' fentlon -f. Oslrdeliitea gid ia perftvit glory of colors greeting the eye, and iI swtettnezs.lf perlfiiie quite eiitlhnll, liiik to the selies filled the?atlosphere. I)ei" a isllIpenion llildgc erosii?lg the C iitaiooke C?l'k mid oin to the belich Mid-way on this bridge I hesitated for. someli few I' nlnilit.i atid looked uipoi this creek. I wiltdered fr?ii whene the iiliui del r C'd, iln4 ?clded .....................~~ l~bi~5:;aj·,; , that some of our duskybrethren'uihho lorded it {over =this, fair Austraiili of ours durig~ the earlyodays .off tins ceintury, are espoisible for the -word :Thafit is aborigilne-ord "I, doubt iiot, Wid that thentieaing is inidicatiie of sometling...

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT SANDRINGHAM [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 December 1889

. LTAf WAYd ACCIDENT.: T:' LYDSAJDIRINGITAr i A. raihvay, accident; fortunaiitely not a;ttendcd by fatal consequences, occur red to 'a passenger train at the Siaid riighain stioic on Boxiing mIorning. The train, which colniistedof an engine. gtiard-vani;-a:ind 11 carriages,; left Brighton station at 5.5 p.m., and ar rived a ant adringhnau station at 5.12. Tlhe sttintoi forniis thel ;teiiiintis of. the lile, a?id the engiiin being, uncoiupled. .from-one-end of-the trainris'afixedttoi the other end in order to draw the train back to thE ]3righton Beach sta tion, where the passengers have to change- trains- in -order-t0ibri it"iiff their journey to .Melbouilne. The en giue on tile train iii (esitioni iWas un couiled in the usual way, andrran foir iward so asi to dcear the inoilits iand p;ass on to the parallel lille, iln order to rial roundl the he rainll., Istead iof doing so, it rin baclk *itflll '?peed oil the sanne liue, and as a consequence, collided with the guard' a in ant the r...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

PHLLIJP ISLANDT AND WOOLAMAI. Meets at G rmntvillio hue S;itutrday nearest fuldl io on. PaRESwDENT: 1., a. Inrbuson,; J. CoUNCILLoRs: Island Riding-W. Hairbison, JP., T McFee;' J.P.Joh lWest. i Woolanai Riding-IJ.'Dy, P. Aniderson, r :rJaine&Hoddinott, J.P. Corinellis Ridinng-J:C. TialClock,` James Clarke, J.P., S. Keys !SECRzTAsY; CLERK OF Woasia;c. H. Bonwick, Sam. Boennfoi . . S Councillers retire in the orderdn whicl theirnamnes are printed. The first zetir ang in August ncxt year and on each sunc cedag year .. INN··~~ ~;; · - i. · ·

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets t Droiman the list Satiirday i. l tx monthiiontlC -'" T. 0. Mirtin. Councaonas: East Riding-J1. Miors J.P. A. DoI)owi r.wad, .T.1'., R. Stiiiley. Centre:; Riding-T 1 0O. Martin, J. C. Grifliths. W. Brown. West Riding--W. Patterson. R. Anderson, J.,J. Cain,, J.P. . .7a"ir,ý,'"s" -SEca}:Tinl': Peter Nowlan. T. B. Muntz.

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

SISIIIRES' I)IRIETI ltY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Iail the Saturday before full moon. SRESIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. CouNcILLons: North Riding-J. D. Boi, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). SEast Riding--If. H. Feddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington). T. Tlhornell (Sonmerille). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. Mt. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). 'SECRETARY AND ENIamEvI: . H. E. Moors (Mornington).

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

MAILS DELIVERED XT FRANKSTON. From Mclbourne-9 a.m. and :1 p.m. Fromm Mornington-S). a.mm: and 1 p.m. Fromn Drommana-9. n.mm: Front Somerville ind lHastings-1 p.mm. From Cowes and Samn Remmo-Monday, Wednesday and Friday-1 p.Im.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

YJýfllS A lD 'J Orh.S .Penny poºotpe eaiiineinito operaitiol lite 1 ?h of his[ lroliov br 3 .1qastipe Kerferd on Sunday ut n at hi almllflnor resildence at Sorrrlento. A man, name unknown, killed in as Ii htt,sa ..dmbes y..--. - The cricket.,SIatchl Victoria v New Southi Wailesa wia woii esoil hby the foreri 'iifitoria hiaiing eight wickets to : "pare. lArrangementss hrave 'heeni made iith the New Zealand Government Iby which the parcel pIost interclhanlge 0cam1e iinto force oil the first inst. Mr It. ,Sott, the younlg 1man who was lost in the bush near the Little Y irun gj f hg'j thiluat.Day, wHilst out with a11 ll~i1tjiIl 1in I1V hull en (is: coiered ill safety 'after wndering in the foreut for six days. It is thought byI the Postal iauthorl. ties;, after two 4iiy,'sexperlene of the workiig of the penilly postal system, that the incresrv that will follow Its introducttioin will le rapid. A mysterious tragedylv has occuIrred to a grain buver. who has heenI iden tified its "" Mr .T1...

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FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT AT HASTINGS. NARROW ESCAPE OF THE SURVIVORS. GREAT BRAVERY AND PRESENCE OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

FATAL BOATING: ACCIDENT NABROWESCAPE'APOF THE SUE-. VIVORS.. ; GREAT BRAVERY AND PRESENCE OF MIND. On Tuesday evening last-a sad a nd fatal accjident happiened t 'iWesteriport Bay about two miles from the Hlastmngs jetty, which resulted in the death of Mr George T. Whitehead, and the narrow escape of three others. It appears thit the lieit Alliet liiid lieii entered for the regatta that took place on New Year's Day. About 5i o'clock in the eveming Mr-G. T. W hAiteliiid i lii ritlher, A. E. Whitehead,"' S") Orsino, and (G. Sheay, entered the-boat for the puir po ' of mAkinga tial sail: All agent well lintil they iassedJ the obuter beaeon, when a. squall of. wind struck the boat; and. ilthough the sheets were at once let go, the main sheet did not render,. causing her to heel over to leeward. and the ballast at the same time lurching to the sname side, she inunediatly filled and sanik, learving the. occupants struggling in the water. At this juncture Mr J. Nipolie's boat, the Ozone, w...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

( in lx OUl OWN CoRRESPONDENT.) TMornin1ton-p 1ee nI thy pat r Cisml Td d5y5 the o i0lidaiy with pleaure oekelrs, and ,all navailable ac viiiniiiv41;iioii 1i;1 t;'ken for snme time. On lloiing PaRE thrpe, steamlers con rayed quite a ).lrge number of pu-e niekers. manylll of whom. were of the unldesirnble cnlass, their room being` better thanil their conipany. In many instanccs these individuias would have taiken things their.own, way had ,.not the firi hand of the police prevented themm. On New Year's Day the steamers t'tttogee, r lp l m1' a(id' 'Jlor lirouight seypraa tlulaflianOI lldcisulre seekers, the eegeijivy blei up ilp t!lh il ' I prge IlealpIre rFpltrinlitlng to the mpopilaritv of sell sdjil eglifsipjis. L fjavcr Also lotifeCd 'that` ruite a Wubinier h"ave travelled dpy;i.1w 1-,uiai. Altogether this hina be li benfat thb lifiiic11hts3 son) for sonic years, Ily the WIay shoulld anjy of your readers be found of rabblt shooting they will findl an unlimited number of, rodents i...

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CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

'CONCERT AND BALL. The Frankston branchof the Graind Uiiited Order of Oddfellows' gave their concert iand bull in the Franks. ton Athenaunm on Wednesday cven ing Inast. There was a very good at tendance, and shortly after eight o'clock thefirst item on the progranine was introduced. The stage pmre.ented a pretty applarance, being tastefully decorated with evcrgreeis. On the hack of tle stagefromin side toside being hnngafestooi of flowers,whilealongthe front an abundance of the same was to be seen. The overture was per formed in a most creditable style by Mrs. Gflew.. The next item wias asong. by Mr. O'Gradv "Monarch of the Woods," which in as rendered in flne voice. Nong "Maid of Athens' was given by Mr. Edoindo m Wdho, in a ngood tenor, did full juAtice both to the music and words. Mr. 1McDoniald fairly brought downi tlh hitilse liv his render ing of 't comlic soigentitlei "lYou get monre like yvour Dad every Day," for tihieh'he alid -tom resmoud to a well earned encore, and gave ...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. Melbourne, dep.-7.10 a.mn.-*9.-12.20 pm.-*1.20-2.15-*4.47-*6.35-0.33 *11.25. Frankston, crr.-8.20 a.m.-10.20--1.40 p.m. -.2.40 -3.3-6.5-7.55-11 12.45. .. Frankston, dop.-l10.25 a.m.-2.4i p.m. 6.10-8.2-12.50. Langwarrin, dcp.-10.39 a.n.-2.53 p.m. 6.20-8.12-1.0. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.56 am. 3.39 p.m.-6.24--8.16-.16. Moorooduc. dcp.-11.4 n.m.- 3.7 p.m. 6.32-8.34---.12. Mornington, arr.-10.57 a.ut.-3.22 p.m. 6.42-8.34-1.22. *Tlhose marked with an asterisk run through to Mornington.

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DANDENONG MARKET. Monday, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

DANDENONG MARKET. MUonlay. :30th DL'eeuheKr. not imany yarded; good cows quitted easily at fully late rates, other sorts dull of sale; dry cows and young stock, very few in. and no alteration in values. Pigs-Owing to the holidays, and it being an off market, all sorts were only sparsely represented; ,aconers and stores, none in; the porkers and suckers penned selling readily at an advance on late rates. The small num her of calves yarded were dlisposed of at a slight advantage to sellers on last week's quotations. We also report having held our usual monthly sales at Poowong and Grantrille, large numbers of stock chang ing hiands at satisfactory prices. We also held a clearing saleon the 2:3rd instant, on account of Mr John Daly, Powlett River Hotel, disposiing of the whole of his large stock aif cattle, horses, &c., at full market rates.

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