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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
GENERAL" POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Mebomurne-7.45 a.m.-12 noon 8.20 p.m. For Mornington-9.45 n.m.-2.15 p.m. For Dromana-10.5 a.m. For 8omeriille-i10.5 a.m. For Hasting--10.5 a.m. For Cowes and San Remo-Tuesday, -Thursday and Saturday-10. a.im. MAILS.DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. From Melbourne-- a.m. and 3 p.m. From Mornington-9. n.m. and 1 p.m. From Dieniana-9. anm. From Somerville and.tlastings-1 p.m. From Cowes and, San Remo-Monday, Wednesday and Friday-1 p.m.
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
.MOR yy".G .TVO. ('aro otow CORB '011Is'oiPO ENT.) I aima sorry to ave to report that dc;tlih hasti baei o atlaijgs4 týJ lately. On Nep.;rc Yio' UDly tlbi h fh?",fi ai gatekeeper on the ?lBungower' ]loaid, died: of co-nsutllption, anld on Friday last ,Miss ,Katte (Cavell, the, - third dauighter of -bir reajected 'liiliff' anid inspector of nuilstanLces of thin town, succumbilled after severadl yeaars. .of severe suffering. 'hileccidsead/nlaid isomle years ago tLit wit; I p~iinlful atffident to the knee, which necessi tatted o*nqtatiton of the: limbl; blit th' shoak to ) iia Atervnjlla system was so very seyepte4d tli4' thcq qecv:ed gratdunaly lwatwl: away, Mt:i; regret is felt for the family, the youtnig lady being a general faivoiite. : What might have been a serious conflagration was forttlllitely averted on Tuesday morning about 10 a.m. alt r Ir L. Murphy's Mornington: ].lousei on thle l phillalpde, when, one of the best lxIlrooi?n~ wit;;dia:overeld to lie iln a blaze. ' Luckily ...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
RAILWAY TIME *ABLE. MELBOUBNE N TO FBANKSTON AND " MORNINOTON. SMelbourne, dep.-7.10 :am.-'9.-1-2.20 -pm. *e1.20-2.ir X*4.47- '6.35-9.35 111.25. FPrankton, arr.-8.20 am.-10.20-1.40 p.m -- 2.40 -3.3-6.5--7.55-11 12.46. Frankaton, dep.-10.25 am.=2.43 p.m. 6.10-8.2.-12.50. Langwarrindep.-10.39 a.mi.2--.5 p.m. 6.20-8.12-1.0. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.56 am. 3.39 p.m.-6.24-8.16-1.16. S .Mooroodnc, dep.?11.4 a.m.- 3.7 p.m. 6.32-8.34- 112. Mornington, arr.-10.37 a.m.-3.22 p.m. 6.42-8.34-1.22: .; hose. marked with an asterisk rnri through to Mornington. I
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
(Fo' b ouR'own CORRESPONDENT.) After the holidays things are' be .ginning.to resumnetheir sltal-qno.-lThe residents of HIastings after the races, regatta, sport?,?irl ionas socical dlnces and p)lniers, are loninig for a little quiet, anld anopportunlity of making iip the ' addititoiai exlicinditur t?li thy ma. Ihave incurred during thile Christnmai holidays. ?:I think it is to the credit of the p1hice that there has beeoi so little drunkenness, and not a single instance -of lcking iup ; thiu-i.nuy be owing to tihehigl`:morial tone of the inhabitalnts or the careful su~.er'iuoni of our local lpeace oflicer. I had occa sioh to go to town last week, ???d, ill eig that I was wearii imy best clothes an thli ita , ,was ome montlis asnlet I had hnade thj oialiiue jilurnneyy it it? flt-cla ticket (which I seldoml do when alone.) Not mluch faullt could. ie foundl with the mari'age juprovidimL fi'iii this iid,. but the retulll' joiuriey had tol be donel ill i:carriiage (ilthiough tabled lc nt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
'Dcpartment of Public Works, j Melbourne DLeceoiber 27, 1889. TENDERS will be received, subject to the conditions of tendcring; for Extension of jetty at Droiman:t,' until twelve o'clock on Tliurday, January, 23rd, 1890 :.. . PartiuLliarsis i y lie le:rnt att this office, and at the Police Station; Drouniani, -- Theamount of the lpi liiiiniiiry deposit to iacomipany.the -Tender is:. 2Ooo, .and the aimount of the. deposit aisLsh ssecurit3y foir thei ditc "iierformance of" the contract is Sspicont, . - 'The'Bodid of. Land and Works will not necessarily accept "the -lowest oi any. tendier. D M. DVILES,: Coimunissioiner .of Publie Worksii. Dcjss tmuem of-PubicjsWorks, - Mellourne, 2nd January, 1890. TIlENDERS :?iill be receivelid ssubject to ? 1cnicliltions of teildering forEidtention Iof:IeHeaid and Other.Worker.a e Frmnk:ton Jetty until"tLwei? o'vcll oni T:l uF. rsday, Janm try .0th. 'Pariticulsirs ustini y bblo irntit atthis office, and at'the Police Stition,` F;.in?sto? . ,; T lio a...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
SOJIERVILLE. (Faox. orp, owN CORRESPONDENT.) A slight mishap occuried here on Mon day Ilst though fortianstey nnattended with:ny seiciota result' Two poniqs' he Wh ing t ,AJ Esr , J.P. were heing .3,W. hpldiiqg sItartle a tatd off 4t t asllop. 4r. Jones being knocked dowir tilouhll he luckily escaped with a severe shdaking. The rnnaways had notgone far when they caine in contact with the railway fence, the hind pert of the vehicle wias throwin bn .to thie tolp rail, which of course, impeded their progl. *-k. ffeted their capture. he fruitgrowersA liati; arc hucgiinningto direct their attention to growing veget ablhes for the markets. A great quantity of cabbages Ueingplanted this season. one wel known grower intending to plant 60.000
THE FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. SPRAYING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
TIE ER UJT 10GROWLVG &IN SPRAYING FRUIT TREES. The most important accession to recent horticultral prctice is the spraying of fruit trdesi with arseonicsil poisons for 'the' destruction of various insects.. No orchar (list' ca'ifdfford, to neglect this ;prai:tice. The codlin moth. cirulio, cstnker worm,. tent caterpillri', amd other insects are. ,destroyed by thisoperatiou,and sometimes; three or more specioesare killed by iappli cation.. Experinment has shown the best` method of aipplying tie poisons, and we now know that the eisential points of the operation are to use a very dilute mixture,' and to apply it withli 'ret thoroughness. London Purple,..when. pure is .better than Paris Green, and is ch?epier. A pound of London Purple to 250 to: 300 gallons of water' is suficent.' Apiply it until the liquid drips from the foliage, in all: parts 'of thd 'tree.: The a?pp:r.,atus slhoiºld he -such that the'lijluid will be drii en '"ith great forcerin:a fine;spray. --A gallon of li...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
`[' receee''toc · v 1' irireelra4 cci 'etcardac,, the 11th, at Morcee'4oae I The follow neg 111 rcprecaeit ?clornie.'l;toec*-~-Mar. tiCa u'aejitwellLColes, (Grover, Evainse (2) Phillt i, Busch, Flood, i ic3lv, acted Pactccoil. A umatchl will b e. ýJacyd to-ay betwecnc i6caksrUa aid ceivine." 'ro'commccence at 2 o'lock. Sih Ir 1lececy lccrkcc lcR rccclccnicdl rcypl to he eirculalr froimc the Premior oef T aceaica, Mr. Fvelhee, stacticeg that the timce anicd placce arraiged for the federac "0ao1e coceferoakec' will saiL his cou-. v OljipH e.
COOPER'S ROYAL HOTEL, HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
:.COOPER'S RO YAL IOTELI lA.S4TINGS. F, r ;some , colnsiilerable?.kleigth of time the lackof public itecomnodation as been , grcat want ini this locality. Withi a'\iw ..of, iii;ir( this strite of a.Tiffiiiirs, Mi, Cor.o'1 oi therefore, deteriniied lupin' bibuildii'?leicw pie-. minses that would be a credit to the dis trict. and' i'here ainiple :accoinodation coull: ':be fouind" These' buildings h'ive .ce fi: ijst conieiltcdi; presen?ts quite ani. iimposiIig.'xLppe~aLuice, and a great .rnamnent to the ;.township, Will be opIened to the puldic iu;ext, ninth. The building is a.two story one con taiing on the ground floor i biiri, ion mudrcia rol n ?lti ? .paIlMour;. dmumg ioiii aniid billi ?idr-'l . u. Thinlatter is, lifted i.with: oinc.n of ;Alcock'n : bst :billirnl tables with avelinatised l ushes nid altl the lita6t in?pl, ro\iiiits. ; The ,fhir't h t oilhitaiiis tei bi i?droiisit bath roomi tuld sitting roomm, All therooms are .furiiishedf in an :exclleit' and eonifortalde?ilieriii...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
ITEMtS Q1?i VERs. ,JAP. On Thursday last aS lmost; successful baztar 'wai held at Drom6iina. Owing to want of space. we tre compelled to hold oover.a fell reportu util next issue. At the -oisicil eiiLting held?t Moirnn ton last Saturday, Cr Fox moved a motion to the effect that the council lieempoweied to borrow the stun of .£2450, to be applied for necessary works and improvements to bte itrri~d " iF"ifo tl -hiorth ?nl west ridings. This is an important matter, and when accomplished s will ;no "ldoubt do great good tob the places int6rested. By,last week's Governmente Gzellte, and our' advertisi'ng' Olil ns,. it will' be seen that tenders are called for the 28th inst., for the extension of the L head and other improvements to the Fratikston" j6tty; par ticulars of which may ho seen at the police station. These improvements were pro maised by the Commissioners about- six months ago, and w6 are glid to.pbscrs e that t.is ulch needlcd wan %is about to ie undertaken.. Not onlylhas. it ...
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.] FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
GORIRESPON??VDENGE. . tWe; are always.: readyto publish eorrcslendcuc on smtters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Currespolndents.-Eo. u.S.] ..... ............. FRANKSTON MUTUAL" 'IMPROVE MENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. ..To T?s EDITOR. Si.t,-Tho letters that have appeared ,in' yotr ??irnsl of ltto~under th iabove heaul ing, hise not beein in say opiniton either. sensible or correct,.and although I do not usually take notice of anonyOmous letters, I-will. break the rule on this'oceasion' to set the matter of the concerts at rest; it least thiss is I my hope. In the first place I would say that the. three church concerts are not under the auspices of the above:society;ceitatin 0mem ,bersof thait society having' objcted to so many concerts being given, consequently a few gentlemen, who felt that they had pledged themselves to give these concerts, took the matter. into. their own hands. Now as to the delay, allow me to en deavor to put you...
MR BLAIKLOCKS LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
AMR BLAIKLOCKS' LECTURE On Saturday. evening laast according to announcement, 'Mi'. Bliiklock de livered his popular lecture entitled `"Lights and Shades of London." The audience was a, very small one owing eno doubt to, the insulliciencv ,of-the. notice given: )It ii a great pity when a person of Mr. Blauklock's ability visits Frankston that better mneans are iot ' dopted to inakle! it? widely knilo?i and thus iinsure success. There are uTRimbers of "peoplli 1i doiiletlikwaotilid have been glad of the opportunity to hear the lecturer manliiy of whom we are informed knew .nothing about it filitilr l]aiifN"T78ilrd ?,ce?eiung. 'The lecture wa's -"aidht interesting one throughout--delivered in- a minost msteorly anneFir sliewing'a thoringh knwledge'of 'the rsubject .dealt with. In the absence of;the Rev. R. O. Cook the Rev. 'Is?ae' lRooneyd 'ii nmissionary from the South Sea ,Islands occupied the chair who after a fewwell chosen and amusing remarks introduced, the lecturer. . Mr. Blalk...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington. Shireo Hall the , ?'Saturday before fall moon. PssmIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. ' - CoUNCILLOas: North Riding-J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., 'ind C.c J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding-H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell .0 z ..' : (Somerville); SWest Riding--J. E. Adams, A. Downward, =J.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECnrTArY AND ENGINEIER: SH., E. Moors (Mornington).
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL IN EAST AFRICA. SEIZURE OF A BRITISH STEAMER HOSTILITIES BELIEVED TO HAVE COMMENCED. LONDON. Jan 5. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS: (From the Melbourne Paers) ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL IN EAST AFRICA. SEIZURE OF A BRITISH STEAMER" HOSTILITIES BELIEVED TO HAVE COMMENCED. S LoxDo. .Tan 5. Intelligence has been received of fresh acts of aggrcssion by the Partu guese in the country lying between the Zambesi mand Lake r Kassa, which is clainiedby Portugal, although England refuses to recognise theclainm. The Portuguese have again seized a steamer belonging to the African Lake Trading Company, and have lowered the British flag. - THREATENING NOTE BY LORD SALISBURY. Jan. 6. Nothing fresh has transpired in con nection with the dispute between Eng. anud and Portugal, arising out of the action of Major ierpa Pinto in attack ing the Makalolos and.anniexing the country beteen the Za;ubesi and Lake NViassa. The Pa ll l Gaelle urges the Britislh Governient to seize .Delagoa Bay. INDISPOSITION OF THE QUEEN. SEVERE ATTACK OF RHEUMATISM* Jan. 7. lHer Majesty the Queen is suffering from a seivere attack of rheumatis...
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
PHILLIP !ISLAND AND WOOLA0 AI. Meets at Grantville the Saturday neatrst full moon: Win. Harbison, J.P. -COUNCIIXCILLWDS: Island 1RdingW.' "Harbison; J.P., T. MeFe;' J.P.; John West. Woolamaig, iding-J.PDaly, P. Anderson, - .janiee Hoddinott.'J.P. ' Corinella .Eiding-J. C. Tullock, James Clarke, J.P., 8. Keys. SEC3rraYR , CLBKE OF Worncs, &c. : HBonwick, Sam.?Eemo. Councillms retire in the order in which their names are printed. The first retir .ia imugust neit ear and on each suc eed?ng yes~.
STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND . MELBOURNE. Stoney Point dep-7.50 a.n.-11.40-6.50 p.m.-9.12. Crib Point dep-7.53 a.m.- 11.48 - 6.53 p.m.-9.15. Bittern dep-8 a.mn.-11.50.-7 p.m.-9.22. Hastings, dep.-8.0a.m.-11.50-7.Op.m. . 9.5. Tyabb; dep;-8.13 a.m.-12.3-7.13 p.m. Somerville, dep.-8.19 a.m.-12.9 p.m. 7.19-9.41.. Mornington Junction, dep.--.25 a.m. >: 12.15 p.m.--7.2:-9.47: . Langwarrin, dep.--8.30 a.m.-12.20 p.m. 7.30-9.51. Frankston,. arr.-8.40 n.in.-12.30 p.m. 7.40-10.1. Franketon, dep.-8.50 a.m.-12.41; p.m. 7.57_10.16. Melbourne, arr.-10.10a.m.-2.0p.m.-9. 17 -11.;0.
STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND - nHASTINGS. M: bourne, dep.-9. a.m. - 12.20 p.m. 6.35-9.35. Irankiton, arr.-10.20 a.m.-1.40 p.m. 7.M3-10.55. Frankston, dep.-10.33 a.m.-1.54 p.m. 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin, dep.-10.49 a.m: - 2 p.m. 8.22-11.20. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.49 a.m. 2.24 p.m.-8.25---11.24. Somerrille; dep.-l10.5 a.m.-2.12 p.m. 8.32-11.30 Tyabb, dep. 11.1 a.m.-2.16 p.m.-8.45 11.36." Hastings, arr.-11.8 .m.--2. 23 p.m.--8.4 -11.43. Bittern, arr-11.14 a.Lm-2.29p.m.-8.51 11.49. Crib Point narr.-11.21 a.m.--2.30 p.m. 8."37-11.56. Stoney Point arr.-11 .2.a.m.-2.40 p.m. '9.2-12.
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890
MORNINGTON AND FEANKSTON TO MELBOURNEl . llornington,dep.-7.J0a.m.-12.8-4.lt p m - .7.10=9.15i. Moorooduc, dep.-8 a~m. -1 2.18 p.m. " -4 ;.31=71.36=L9.57:'. ·~:·I Mornington Junction, dep.-8.8 inm. 12.26 p.n.-4.31-7.36-9.49. i L. gwarrin, .dep.-&12 am.n-12.30 p.m. -·oPlldaa, arr.--8.22 a.m.-12e.40 p.m.- , dep.ra.;tp~-7.25 a.m.-.27--8.50- 12.45 p.ai.-2.14-3.5O0---.5O-7.57-1O.16. diosrne--arr. 8.40 aan.-9.40-1O.1O 2.0; pm.ýS.3l1-5~loT.10-6~.10 .1-1.