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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
LOCAL MARKETS. ""'Howard-alnd 1scott report=Crianltourne market (13th inst.):-We held our first weekly sale when a fair number of stock were yarded, all being sold at very satis factory prices. Cattle: Milkers to £7 i]s: springers, £6 to £7; young cattle to .2. Pigs: Porkers, -his to.35s; medium, 25s to :Us; light ; weight baconers to 40-s :no stores yarded; porkers to 1is lId. Calves:. About 40 penned, which sold readily at currant rates. The ;auctioneers wish the movemnent every succeas. Howard and Scott report:-Dandenong Market, Tuesday 14th inst: Dairy stock: A large supply, really good sorts meeting with brisk coumpetion at a slight advance miedium and inferior rather dull at about late rates; a large number of springers, dry cows and young stock penned, late qiuotations being fully masintained. Pigs: A' suall supply of baconers, which, chiefly owing to th ' weather. were dull of sale. A good nunmber of porkers forward, which quittedl easily, iest wmaking :ts to 45s; ?medimn :l...
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
PJII, I'P ISAl.ND AND WOOLAMAL. Mreets at Grntvillc th'Sattird;y nearest full moon. SrlESIIDENT: * Winm. Hfarbison, J.1'P. CoUNacLLous: Island Riding-W- . Ilarbison, J.P., .T. MTeFcc. J.P'., .Tohn West: Woolmani Riding-J. Daly, P. Anderson, S 'Jlines I[oddinott, J.P. Corinella Riding-J. C. Tullock, James Clarke, 'J.P., S. Keys. SECReFART, CLE?K Or WORKS, &C. I- . Bonwick, Sani. ]Remo. Councill6ros retirc in the order ini which their names are printed. .The first retir ing in August next year and on each sue tv . sedipg year: t * F i;` :C
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
(Frao oue oWN CO?IRESPONDET.) . Thcpeople of Droinana, hearing that it is the intention of the Govr~ciil nt to ndd ol oe ludd ft to hl jetty, sLhl aldiionI to be ofrcdgumn or hoxwood, are petitioning tlhe Conunias sioncr of Custfoms) to usel the timber fron 'the iiomuitaiis ii?iteiad. They point out tlhlt this kilnd of Hinher beil;g les cexpensive, and ia greater length of jetiy can le conitrucetd for tlihc same iulilnnt of iiloliv, besides givingli cm floymenit to a niumiilir of men in the ineighloloi(rood in .felling, cutting and carting. Thiling.s lave greatly altered lierc during tlie last two or three vyi'rs, in soime respects at sinyrate. ]'orlice vie.iicvy ec;ised in tih Slhire Couicil, ciusled ly tle (ldetlh ofthle l;ie presidlent, Mr T. 6. M;;rtiii, c: eaiidites are in the field. A. hile ago ;a seat went ilegging for solle time,x no once being willing to accept it. The three eandi dates imentioned are Messrs. Allisoni, Baldy dinu lHead (ex-eouncillor); . Thi ie Bazaarin in ...
THE RAILWAY FROM BEACONSFIELD TO FRANKSTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
THE RAILWAY FROM BEACONS * FIELD TO FRANKSTON. ~ To THE EDITOR . Sin,--A short time ago a correspondent to your journal brought the a?ove subject before your renders. I, with many others, hove wiittd? with tlhe eX ctatioa of hearinr -son;ethin -abont` the- oings of tlihedepu tation appointed for the plurpose of attending to this most important matter, but we have waited in vain. Now, Sir, I think it is only fair to the commnunity that some effort should be made in this business. Are the ratepayers to he again called together for the purpose of appointing another deputation, or are we to wait quietly until all efforts are useless for the purpose of gaining the ends desired. Trusting this topic, may receive im mediate attention. ' I atll, youlrs, &c., FRANKSTONITE. Jan. 14, 1890.
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opionions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] BATHING ON THE BEACH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
CORRESPOX'DEXCE. LWe are llways r?ldy to plblish correo?poudencs on matters of interest, ut dlo not hold ourselvres responsible for the opinions expressol by our Correspondentst.-ED. M.S.] BATHING ON THE BEACH. C . To rBEHEDIsTOr.o;:' .' SIs,-Your Dromnana correspondent in last week's issue complained that it was the practice of visitors and others to Iathe on the beach contrary to the bye-laws of the shire, and by so doing are liable to a fine.. Now I should like to know how the public, nmore esjiecially stralngers, ans. be aware that they are breaking the law when proper means are not used to iik' themi acquainted that such a? ye-law is in force. I would suggest tliat' proper notices he posted along the beach warning the public not to bathe within certain hours without proper.bathing attire. I have never seen such notices since I have been here. I am, yours, &c., SALT WATER. Dromnana, Jan. 13:, 1890.
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND Jan. 10 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
ENGLISH TELE6RAMS. (From the Melbourne Papers.) THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND .Tin. 10 .:Sir: James Fergusson,- Under-See retary for'Foreig ir ATffir's, 'dirlctor of thE -irv ZediSlad Shpiiiig Compuij.iavy, andi frntcily. (?okenor .of -:- ew , Zeahuld, denies a ,statementthat has been published to the effect that he is indebted to the Baiuk of New Zealiiad. THE PARNELLISM " AND; CRIME ARTICLES. ..., .Tan. 11th in the Quen' s llench : Division of the Supreme Court to-daliv, appli.ntion' Swas inade?that 'the defelndaints in'thc. libel .actioii Parnell- . proprictors, of . the Ti.wi,, in which damages are .laid iat £100,000, shouhld. lie orderel 'to disclose the circulation of the issuer of their paler` ill which the" .s?ries' "of articles entitled Paiiellisii?.a:id Criime appeared, a ld aso that they should state the circulation of~the pamphlet in which the s;ame articles wcrc,ie printed. Tihe plaintiff also asked that the defenca:llns should disclose .the iname of the author. of the• artic...
CRICKET. FRANKSTON v SOMMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
?llIALNKTON( L So3iMMEIIVII.IE. This match was played at F'rakston on Siatiu'?tlay last, iuld resulted in an easy win for. the home teamll The iowling of Sangwmell and the bltting of Sadlier wir s the great feature in the game, the former securing four wickets for 17 runs, 3oand the latter playing a splendid innings for 70 runs. Baker howled well for o.mnierville, secriuriig 6i wickets. ,Appendedl are the scores. SOMMERVILLE. A. Thornell, b Baxter .. ...' J. Grant, b Sangwell ... ... G. Grant, b Sangwell ... O R. Westaway. b Sangwell .. C. Taylor, b Kelso .. 13a J. Baker. b Sangwell ....... 0 J. Olliver. ePattersen, b Sangwell 1 T. '1hornell, c C. Box, b Kelso ... a J. Thornell, b Sadlier . . 1 Jas. Grant, not out .. 10 T. Collier, b'Sadlier ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total ... .. :... . FRANKSTON. B. Ba]xter, c Baker; h Taylor ..! O J. Sadlier, c Grant; b Taylor ... 70 Sangwell,lbw, b Baker... : : 11 Kinrade, bh Baker ' ... ... 0 K?elso, c Taylor; b Olliver. .., 12 Phillips, ...
HOW TO GET YOUR EXACT HEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
lonjWTO (ET f" i ',, 1,.QT . I,, ..T- A. man can always tell eLpiltly how tall he is by walkingtlhroughal?loirvdoorway in the" 4;rk, bext ihoirnilg liP eil measure the height of the d-isr, and then nIellclpre frnlll where it utruelk to the top of his head, aidd the two to, gether, subtrict the tenmper ho, showed, multiply by what o'olek it.~aw when 'he get oin?e, and the result will be his entiie heiht.
EPSOM RACECOURSE, MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
EPSOM RACECOURSE, MORDIALLOC. We havvel heard a lot, about the race course at M3ordialloc, built by Mr J. S. .Tenk-ikns, and a few days ago wie luid the pleasure of personallv. inspecting this course, and is inidtoubtedlly on of the best we have seen, and we have no hesitation in 'saying that Mr Jenkins deserves every credit for so successfuillv carrying out so large * scheme. Everytlling is perfect, from the horse stalls to the Governor's box, showing that neither trouble nor ex panse. had been spared. A mueetiull will be held on the course iiext Fridly, and as it.has been growing in ,popular favor, a very large attntdauce lay be expected."
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
SII.L RES' ])1 RECTORt._ DIORINLNOTrON. ?.cTts ini Muriingtoii Shiire. 1IaLIl thu S.tind bdefore fro ll Iwoun. FRlESH}E\ r : A. D~ownwalrd, dJ.·. North Tiding--J. 1). Box. C. Soeter, J.P., an d C. J. Fox (Fia ksitii). Ealst Riding -11l. Ii. 11Uedrdle (I listing~s), J.. Sawyer (M~orniogloo). 1'. 'IlornelI (Somerville). West hog-ný.1. E. Adonms. A.Donad x.J.L'., WY. hi. Irvine, .I1'. (Mournioglon). SECRETAOT ANI ENfiINEEIS : II., E.. Moors (Aloroingtuo).
STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
S-ONEY POINT LIXE. MELBOURNE TO FR"ANKSTON AND hIASTING1S. M31elbourne, " dep.-9. :a.m11. - 12.20 pim. 6.31-0.11.5 ]?rankston, ;irr.-10.20 :imt.ii-1.44 p.1m. 7.1-110.55. Laungwurrin. dep.-10.131 n.nI: - 2 pin. 8.22-11.20. lnrnzingtonl JuhIctio:ll di .-10.9 am. 2.24 p1'.m.-S.25-1 L,214. Somierville, dep.-101 t...jt.II -2.L p.1t. T, th, dep.-] 1.1 -liii _'IhG put.-Sb Il33fi. Ii Ibtilii Ii. ar"- l.S~..lli - I~t.S -11.12 Bittern, :rr-i11. lii i-2.2'I piutt-.5.1 11.19. Crib Piltar-1k ~ m-.3pn. --11.S-:1.51 Stoiie3 Point i r. It _,. t0 p.nt.
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
MCORN1NCNTON AND FR4XKSTON TO j MELBOURNE. - 'lorni ngton, dCp.-7.50 a.m.-12.3-3".15 p.uii -7.10-9.15. Moorooduc, dep.- S'an. -1 13 pu'. 4.31-7:36=9.17. Mornington Junction, dep.-S.8 a.m. 12.26pn.-41. 1736-9.49. in gwarrin, dep.--S.12i ii 12.30 p.m. 4 .3-7.40-- 101 Friiiikston; ,rr ý3'S amu.- .10 p.m. Franksthiu,. dcp.-7.25 :t.iii.-'.27-5BO `12.35 p.ni. 2.1.1-.120-1.30-7.57-10.10. Molbourne-arr. &I4 .,.- 0.1-10.lU 2.0 p.m.=3:31- u.10-0.10 ):.17-11.15.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. -MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. Melbourne, dep.---7.10 a.mn.-9.-12.20O .p.m.;--l.e20-2.15---4.47--.35-9.: *11.253. Frankstoni, arr.-8.20, a.i.-1i.20--1.40 p.man. - 2.40 -3.35-6.5-7.55-11 12.45. .. Frankston, dep.-10.25 . a.m.-2..5 p.a. -6.10-8.2-12.50. Langwarrin, dep:-10.39 a.m.-2.55 p.m. 6.20-8.12-1.0. ' ' Mornington Junction, dep:--l10.5 an. 3.39 p.m.-6.24-8.16-1.16. Moorooduc, dep.-ll.4 a.m.- 3.7 p.m. 6.32-8.34--1.12. Mornington, arr.-10.57 a.mn.--3.22 p.m. 6.42-8.34-1.22. *Those marked with an asterisk run through to Mfornington.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
'Tenders. T Ei Nr D E D .ER S Siequired for Gisfitting, &c., inm ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, FRANKSTON, :?Retirnible to the Secret;iry SJAN U:A;RY 27T, 1 8 90. Particilars at Mr C. J. Fox's ollico. T. " . ROBINSON, Hoin. Sec. E ` DM '..,' . E. R S Wainted to Grub, Clear and l'ouigh 20 Acres Of Land. Tenders received up to the 30th inst. Particulars on the ground. The lowest or any tender not necessarily nc cepted. W. S. WILSON, Hastings. AmluilSCeimits. MECHANICS (NSTITUTE, F]?RANKSTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24str. A Grand Entertainiment, consisting t of Magic: Conjuring" and Necromancy by Abdad Ahiamud. Priceseof admission 2s, Is. ECHAKION: INSTITUTE, SA STINGS. SATURDAY, A?ANUARY 25ix A Grand Enter aininint, consisting of Magic' Cofnjuriig and Nacronuincy by Abdad Ahamuid. Admissioin 2s and is. E PSOI RACING CLUB, __2 MORDIALLOC. FRIDAY, 24-tr JANUARY, 1890. S (Weather permitting). First R?1ce to start art 2 o'clock. 1.-DANDENONG HANDICAP. Of 50 sors. Five and a-half furlongs. Ac ceptanc...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
ITEMr S OF1 NEWfS,& .--- -+-- THE Shires of Mornington, Cranulournt, Berwick, and Fern Tree Gully are arranging for a monster deputation to wait upon the Ratilwaay Connmmissioners to urge the extension of the suburban radius, and also the residental .suburban area. It isto be hoped that as many residents as possible will go to town to assist in this step which is of the very utpmostimnportance to the whole of this district, Th'e escossive fares at present undoubtedly preventing settlemuent in our midst. The coi missioners will meet the deputation at 12. tt on Wednesday next. AN -alteration has been maide by the postal authorities in the despatch of the mails from Frankston to Flinders, Phillip Island and San Remoi. Formerly it was the custom for all letters from this place to Ij fp; rwarded through Hastings, and by this >pearps thTy arrived at their destination a fpw hogr.s aof ter 4i.ieFagaBal: ' By the. new ?irrmnnglnlpi.t. ti pnaiwst?? .are fpawayded to tle heaFd poief...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890
MiORNVINGTON. (FRox oUR oww CoRREsPro\nR.) Business is pretty brisk here just now, and plenty of life in our streets, the present being one of the best sea sons we harve had for some years, and the natural beauty that ?Mornington possesses are begianiing to be appre ciated by the moneyed classes. Properties are being enquired for in and around the township by several well known and wealthy persons with the idea of building summer residences, the facilties of reaching town are now so convenient that there is a capital prospect aheadu of us. The new coffee palnace at Mt 3Martha, narrowWlI escaped being destroyed by fire one day last week, the plumbers being at work a spark from one of their fires got carried underthe veramndah'amongst a quantity of shavings, which were soon in a bllaze, had not prompt mesuire been taken at once, the whole structure in which the company have somn hundreds of "pounds worth of furniture st6~il awaiting the com pletion of the building, the contractor bein...