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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

Frankstona Bloot' Warehouse . J::IREYNOLDS' & CO., PRACTICAL 'BiOOTMA K:ERS, PLhr. STREET, FAAiKTON.? . A L. II.:l ind .Varsed Stock of sLadie'i and Gentlemen's ]Boots abd Shlios always on hand. 4? ; -Boothr?f alh ?'o zptob l l .toOrder ., Fit*Gnarant 4,. Hand Sewn Work aeSpecialty. Repairs Neatly Executetd: MELBOURNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. BOOT AND SHOE- MAKER.:' Ready Made Stock always on H'lhanm : Anetioneeris Sidl state . gents. A Ui C I ?N S... C, J. FOX & :Co. Auctioneer, Land & 1Estate J.J. ::. F ;..a Is Prepared to Condnt Auction . Sales of Houses, LandFiuiniture; Stock ?c?., :e., in any paii't of the Country, and "gives his Personal Attention `to all. Business, en trusted to hiint. Agent for the miperialInsurance Co?.t IRents and 'Debt Coolleited. C. J; FOX & Co.: SAUCTIONEER, fe.&,: BAT STREET, - ,, F RA :NK'S T'O N.' ESTATE, AGENT,' FR ANK TON: BEDSEOthtbilik1513'i i'miii55ri'Oi appowtý . throughout the County of Morning ton an...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 25th JANUARY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

jtorninoton StiLidaId. "Not timidly, nor rashly." , PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 25th JANUARY, 1890. TIE , answer of sit Sth:olinr, chairinan of the Railwiay ComtuisNsioners, to the deputation that waited upon hinm on Wednesday last askingl for an exten sion of the subhurbau radius wasl anl extremely cuttr one, and. :we arie l?,t sure that wec would be far wrong if we said that hlie itas di.4eorlIteous. IThe. deputation was ai most influentiil one, laring aniingist its numhrner 'et ?eal tcminbers of Parlianent nuld rplnresen tative:; fronl the various shies interested. These gciecleiei livc "all carned the esteem c ind respect of the comunnity they. repesenit, aiid on the occsision referred to they were a·i isted by resolutioins carried at pliblic : eitet ni held at thcile'iHhiri centres fiovoilg these watt tiou glIlonip public servonut the? ;'rii ' entitledt. to respect.- Promn the Itiile the deputation ente.red the room it was evideeIt that the chairmanl was iiot iIn ts;ipath...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOL'A I.L Meets at Grantville the Saturily:nearest full moon. PRESIDENT: i Wan. HarClisonR. J.P. Island Riding-W. Harbison, J.P., T. McFee,- J.P., John West.. Woolamai Ridingl-J- Daly; P'I Anderson, Jamles Hoddinott, T.P. Corinell't ;Riding-J. C. Tullock;. James ." Clarke, J.P., S. Keys. SECRETARY,-CLERK OF .WoRKs;,&C. H. Bonwick, Sa.un Remo... Councillors retire in the, order in which their munes re -printed. The first retir ing in August net year and on each suc ceeding year. ,.j ' _:

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EPSOM RACES MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

EPSOM RACES,n MORDIALLOC. We have -several 'times "notified' in our rcolunin the niiinid iinproiivemiets that ithe energetic secretary of the Epsomi Club has made to the couirse. t lordialloe, and we are convinced that the time will conle:.when this place wrill become one of the popular resorts of the sporting fraterinity. _Yesterday a most enjoyable race ilneting was held, andl although the attendance was not as large as might hlive been expected, considering the fvorable state of the weather, those who laitronised the meeting were evi dentlr well plea~isl with the day's outi::g The following is a complete list of the wilnera: hAN\DEJONG ]HANDICAP Of 5~o sin. Five and a-half furlongs. Re Ii . . .. 1 Thde Foaken ... 2 Christopher ... ... 3 12 atarted: Timne, 1 nino 11 sces. G'X-ALLOW AY HANDICAP Of 35 sovls. ]ve furlongs. For Gal Slewiaili.-2 haiids autd iinder. SSalisbury Charmner 1 Va'e (lfte The Wave) 2 aphire . . ... 8 Splendid race between 1st and 2nd. Sstarted; Time, 1 rin. -1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

ADVERTISE.K 66 mljugton. Standard. " P BINTE) -and Publibhcd at Frankstto; is th. Iuteorvtiof the: Pouinsula f - DEFIES l TH" ALL HAMPION i COMPETITION. OF THE ~ s VICTORs EXTEND ?ov? SILTE IWHOLE WOULD. . WORLD. The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES. IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON ?7.-8, ... SA..l PaeOnRi p. -I UrI.,t?, n.IiTo. . AT EL?r,?o li r I) fOfmIL TF T Or, ;E ?cosI G:T LIGIITOS I)IIAUGQUT BIiL)l IN TI?E \VOWlD.. S460 HORNSBY BINDERS, SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE- LAST SEA SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY. Thee . ,SSS ]li :" , {x.loictr., in .leinlhe,, Lighle.ter l ?al'eiglh?t, SL:rg' SI lks if TIpllcate..-.il bwo Ild iI " all the Ilpirtant I)istricts ni thei Colony. MOWERS & REAPERS THE SPECIAL TWIE SUPERIOR IL. WORLD SFOsCTR, RENOWNED " Maciny rcb M anh:t dImpnortor, 208 & 210 LATROBE ST. WEST, HORNS-Y. e - . it U c=a mo o oil = t. . oO 01 v c. 4 e'oaoJ2 04 l e W l ý W E I Y LL I THE WONDERFUL 'VIToRIA" ORGANETTE, The M~ost Marrellous Musical Instrument ir the World. ...

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND S :MELBOURNE: Stoney Point dcp-7.30 a;11i.-11.40-6.50 p.m.-9.12. Crib Point dep-7.5i3 .i.m.- 11.48 - 6.53 p.nL.--9.15. . Bittern deip-S a.im.--11.0.-7 p.m.-9-.22. Hastings, dep.-S.Oa.m.-11.50-7.0p.m. 9.3. Tyab,, dep.-.1: a.m? .-12-.3-7.1:3 p.m. Somerville, .dep S.1O a.ni.- 12.9 p.m. 7.19-9.41. Mornington Juiection, dep.-.25 a.m.- 12.15 p.mn.-7.23-9.47 Lnngwarrin, dep.-S:.30 a?.-1-2.20 p.m. 7..0-9.51. Fr-nkston, arr.-S.40 a.m.--12.30 p.m. 7.40-10.1. Frnmkston, dep.-8.50 . inm.-12.4.5 p.m. 7.37-10.16. Melbourn;arr.-l0.lOt .in m ' .-Op. n.-91.17 -1 2ý."I" "

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THE EXTENSION OF THE SUBURBAN RADIUS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

SRADIUS `' For some considerable time the above subject:his been occupying the. attention of our leading men.through out the district, and we are glad to be alle, to smav ,the councillors for the North Rhding have takeln:a very:atiive part in the nlatter. with a mnotion that was tabled several council meetings ago by Cr 8outer, in conjunction with his brother. council hirs fori tle ?'orth Riding. The subject was taken up with spirit; milid resulted in the shire secretary being instructed tio write asking the co-operation of the hiires of Cranbourne, Berwick and Fern Tree Gully. These shires fell in heartily with the proposals, and it was agreed that a joint deputation from the various districts should wait upon the Coililissioiler' for the purpose of laying their views before them. It wios also agreed that public meetings should be held in the various townships interested.i ,7'i " La?t Situriiay eveninii a public nieeting wars held in the Atlheinleum ,Hall, F'rnrlkstoni, and althoug...

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STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

STONEY rOINT LIRE MELBOURNE: TO 1RANKS¶ON AND HASTINGS. 11Melbourne, dep. 9-!. a~lm. -- 121.20 p.11i.- Frnnkston, airr.--l0.2O *i n-.i-40 pan. 7.573-10.55..·. Frnnkston. dep. 1i0.j3 a.mn.-1. pm. 8.12--11.5. ]~angwarrin, dep.-04 ~ . MornIington Junction, dep.-10)49 ajim. 2.24 panI.--8.21-1--llA'I Soercillaorl," ilep.-i0.1.int-°212 p.m. 8..2-11.:l0 Tynbli, dep.-11.1. a.mi.-2.16 p.ni.-S.: k 11.34;. Ha:stings. r., . iii-.: ~n-.: -11.43. Bittern,, arr-11.1-4 a.ta..-2.14p: n.S.1 11.-49. Crib Point nrr.-11.21 a..mj.-21.:l4 p.mt.

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THE UNITED DEVONSHIRE MURDER. A CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

THE UNITED DEVONSHIRE MURDER   A CONFESSION   One of the men in the custody of the Eaglehawk police on suspicion of stealing copper-plates from the Pearl Company, and also of being implicated in the murder of William Trevithick in the engine-house of the United Devon- shire mine in December last, has made a statemenlt to the police, signed and witnessed, to the effect that his com- rade, also in cus.tody, was implicated in the Trevithick murder. He says that he was induced by his comrade to   go to the battery, "As something good was being crushed," the stone being very rich. TheIy went to the engine house and found Trevithick lying down   asleep. His comrade struck, Trevithick   on the head with a hamner, and upon   Trevithick getting up in a staggered state, both became afraid and de- camped. The police and detectives are very reticent over the matter.

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

MELBOURNE TO1 FRrNKSTON SUND1AYS. ?Ikl1'orn.±, ,I.'p 10 iis 1'.2443 p.ul.=L.1 '..s-4LU~3-0·. .0 Frankstob, z rr.=11:' .ii.-2.0 )?i FBANKSTON' 10 M~ELI10U11NE SUND4 S. Frarnkstot,, dip.=-t,' a~.= n-1' 2O p. eltrn, r.-i10x3 1. Lin.-1.143 p.mi.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

*l JEM.S OF NEW5P THE usually monthly meeting of tihe Mornington Shire Council will be held to day at the, usual; hour. : everal very importanit items :having to be, dealt with greatinterest will he taken in the proceid LAsT night a public meeting,. convened at the request of. a number of, theU rate payers in -Mornington, was held in ,the Atheinauin Hall to taike.into' consideiati.in the loan proposals of the East and North 'Iidings. and to consider the advisability of separation. A report of the proceedings will he found in another column. WTE 1are pleased to receive tilhe infior mation that the Frankston Fire Brigade have pIurchased from the firm of Merry weather and Son, London, a fire engine for, the use' of the .local - brigade. The engine is fitted with all the latest ink. provoments, and capable of throwing i gallons of water a height of 1101 feet per minute. Delivery :is to he made in six weeks timne, and we congratiulate our brigade on the enthusiasmn and energy they have d...

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BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

BIRIEF JOTES. --+---- Australia n fruit gronwers diingerous rivals in the English l markets. A remarkal, e outbreak of scarlet fever has taken place at Brighton. Eight naes h las beeii reported totlhe C(Atitra! T i irl, of H1ealth. The out lir ik has lceientracte to ais i o At the orchardl coinpetition at INutnuirkaih, tihe firstl prize haslcbeen awardled to (i. Xoulithtoni, Jlaitinga East. 2idMcslisi 'Thiuupson and Co., Ilatunga East. i The Cricket MIlatch Victoria v Newr South Wales.. has :been won byi the latter with 4 wickets to spre.W TIhe attilempt by the Goverinnent to recover the water rates froiinthe Avoca Wytetir Trust has pIronid a f iuure. The Ozone and Coogee nn uiry eoniit.h1m dieidedi that the Captaii lf the aLuice is to i lal e. '"c' (llli Lult' hasi anrcisenR gardijig the. salhir', _paid to th "hL trnilhni ry a: nd perialnuient dlrnftsinen employed in the titles othice. The RitoJri r Pn , essaxx asserts that the piresenlt price of wheat is owiingto thecestablishment...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

(JFotrM OCR O1W 'Contti1ksro ix.) What might bni~ beep a <eriuulu avcideeut tbwirohithc flrtlhair'ldta w of tho . i+ý ý iti ly lC tiol hap 'iv4C me day lat -weel to *Slad; in' sie emiployof ofo' Mr taurence, itore-keeper, M3orniigton. The lad iho had takes a horse into ie seator Sswinm, foolishly slipped off its back 6 mnd attempted to catch hold of the I mnimal's tail when it lashed out at him mud kicked him in the groin, rendering him helpless for a time,,but I am ad to say he is ini able :o fo his usual employment. Morningtonswaseiek fec on Monday 1 Foundation Day.with picnickers. "The steamnersExceliorWgee-and Patsena conveyingalargennumiberofexcursion ists to the Point. The first named steamer ran across from Geelong wiith ithe Groers of that Town-who havel pid us a visit in I previous years. --They had iuite a long prorraiitne of lipofls to go thro ah, dnd heveral-boed'a il closelr contesed1 races were the ru.ult. 11-1 The municipal picnic also journeyed here, havin...

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MENTONE RACING CLUB. TUESDAY, 28TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

ilL V17.0" NJ 1?161 CVG CL UJI TUESDAT, 2STi JATIIUiY. Only a nioderate -uttenduance: turned uip at Mentone oil Tieday hlist. T1w raesults of the day's racing were as folloirs : SELLING HI;RDLE EACE, Of ,O Eovs. For ponis 14 hllnds ind under. About One mile and i-hailf. Mr H Connelly's ch g Master Gus, nil, a, lost (Harxhtt) ... t Mr W. Byrne's ch g Paddy Cox, nil, i yrs, list (Adams) t.. .. Mr F. Lniborne's esk ian Floss, nill, a, lost 21 (Fairell) 3. There were no other starters. Butting: 2 to 1 on Mster OtiGs, 2 to 1 s'st laddy Cox, 5 to I Ioss. Time 3 mill 12 'cs.' c TriA STAiREs' Of.40 covr lFer .lorses that have:i nver ;:won a stake of iorei thalii AU soi s. Special weights. Five furlongs. Mr TF. Cawker's clh Collii Ruch by Br'idalbane,'6 Otirs, 7st 21b (Lyell) 1 Mr O. Barnett us ch f Jessins, 2 yrs. list '21b, carried list 41b (Maybin), 2 Mr R:' How io'sitr g Sunilishine 4 yrs, 7st 216 (Howie) ... .. 8 Butting: : to 4 agit Royalty, 3 to 1 Whitsun, a to 1 Jeseina and Collich R...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

(Fox oUR ow COBREBnSPONDENT.) On Saturday evening last a meeting was held ini coinnettiont with the, t l'natiicktss l)Dy Race Club, whien a striong committee was formned to carry out-. arrangements- for the races to be heldie hriie thait-dalZ..* . The ausual monothly meeting of the conmmittee of the Flindlers Mechanics Institute, was held in the Library on Saturdlay evening. (lenMeral regret was expressed at Mr Clayton, who has acted as Hion Sec for nearly si.r years, tendierim"g his resignation , and it is to be holoc for the good of the Institute that omanne ine will be found who will take as great ni interest in tihe work ing of tihe Intitite., and to act as Ilon1 Nee·. If is ordlshlip the .Bishop of Mel houirict fl the thirul time preached in Flinders, on Sunday evening last. :,·· iA A"''9 ,'

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

(Faox oUR own COSBEBPOrNDUT.) The annual imeeting of the imembers of the Dromana n:Mechanics Institute and Free Library, was held on Tuesday evcning lant. 'Ihere was a fair atteln dantce. The annual report and balance sheet were read and adopted, after which the election of officers for the ensinti'g car took place The retiiriig President the Rev W. McBride, was unainimously re-elected. Mr S. G. Rigg was again elected Necretary, as nasi wsas Mr A Y. Sbii w, to the office of Tresurer. Four membenlcrs of conm mittee, Mesrasi "Alliasn,.:', "Bidgood, Fowler and Wright, the President, Serretary, Treasurer i and the three trustees MessMrs W. Gibson, .T. C. (iriflith andl II. W. Wilson, are miem hers of coniuiittee r.r oficio. At .tLhe conuchlisii.of ,the annual uiietingtl new commnittee sat and transacted some routine business. For the extraordinary vacaicy in the Shire Council caused br the dieatl of the late President, nilhonugh the names i of three gentlemen were piiliicy announced as ...

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WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

`WSLEYAV SUE7DAY SCHOOL SOJIEIfrILLRE ^ . The .ininiersary sernies in coulnec ti iviton' i tte WeMsleyint _unidv 'School washeld i the elinchr i Witt' cdtnesidai evening hIat. ThLe ihurch wais 'd oratedl for the ocnasion. on the wall Ibhind the llitforti, was the word "WelclLome" executed in evergreens with '\Pirise Ye The ILord'' painted. -thore it; ivhile tover the door at the' back oE the church, was the te t','"Lo f am with yoti alway." " Mr )Daiiborn occupied the chair atnd stated thiat as the Res )?Ilockamrt had not yet ziived they wounld conunence with the pro: raisitne, by alling on the choir to sngit a piece entitledl "Bright4 YoiCes." The Secret:ary, Mr Westnwny,thenI read the report for the year which showed a balance oni the right side. Mr West away said tlhat lie hoped by the.time. the next anniiversary catne roundi he would le able to place a more satis factory report before themi. Misses. Westawayt then gave a ducet " Tell its Oh Tell nA." At this junictuire the Reis ...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 1st FEBRUARY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY JIORNING. 01 sOit e eitrci past our fI it Wlr11 Ii li i tV h8 ibcull IjIcroisill" ipidlyiin densio inl ilillirity. and we aierof opinon uthat erclung it will be one of the pr ripiil indiu tries of the ciColoiin. o vcrI'.'ciars igo wheiii the Chabulky' lros. ar~rived iii tile. olon~uies :iuid tbc M.ihliuni t idiuie- ot.i .iii einbryodihius'iuduustry '.h is brought proonneiintly _t cfe e" uhilli iiiand eci . at orei n liin it did foiiiei rly W< a werei itssired .' the mnoot itidonbted iiithoritics th it the 'soil 'u 1 don ito of I. ttoti is ';el id:l ptcd, anid the bet fii' woirld for tile roth of ctiniiids of frit. W1e ýi wer furtihr i s urea ti that tis iid ns1 ti 1% ItO .1iitost Iieiilhitii it io and Ilgiito iid intiincex,1were quoted ihich gIth g idiniidit;lide peidence that pcrsoiis ;c terlin :inio` his youtlure couldl' be issitred of rlolitinig larger profits oi diiiailici' portions of land than can be obtiuied fron ...

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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

LOCAL MARKMETS. ]Howard and, Scott repiort:-Diandenong 3narkict, Tuesday 28th inst.: Very little alteration in dairy cattle prices can lie quotedl, realy good coiws selling well and making up to .£13; dry; cows and young stock realizecd fir prices. Pigs.: No Iiaconers;' but agood supply of porkers forward the extremie heat hbs prevented the trade killing out, and sales were icx ccedingly dull at a consideradle reduction ; no stores' forward; a fair nunlmer of suckers, ibut sales very dull: Calves also quitted at a reduction on late ialues. We also report havinig held our riusual iiiontly sale at Grantrille, when a good supply of fat, store, and ldairy cattle, sheep, &c., were yarded; competition was fairly brisk and sales were effected i at satisfactory prices We'lhave sold pIrivately on account of Mr.W. Nelson a teamn of eight working nullocks and geari at ta satisfaictory price; also 22 dairy hliifes' on account of Mr. Lamib, Oaklanids. D.indcnong.

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND, FRANKSTON. ANNIVERSARY TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

ST. PAUL'S CHURCIH OF N1G LAtND, FIJtXKSTOX ANNIVERSARY. TEA AND CONCERT. The auniversarv tea' :ind concert in connection wvith* St. Paul's Church, Frankstoin, wis celeblrated oil Saturday last in the Atheenaumi Hall. T'ca was advertised to conmiiencc at six o'clock. but long before tlhat time tlheie was a good muster waiting outside, thus giving every indii.ation of hliaing a crowded house. Antd do it lirovrl; for shortly after commencing every seat at the tables were taken tip, p maily haviungto wait until seats were ncated Iv the early comners. The tablesllc were pisidled over lby- fesdaies Ilowan, Madden, O'Grdy arnd Poinnall, and it is needless to sav tlhat everything which rculinarvy art could suggest was pro vided. After everyone had thoroughly satisfied themselves at tea the tables were cleared and the lfall was prepared for the concert. Soon after the Hall had bceen arranged the :seats were rapidly tilled, tand very soon,.every available seat was occuplied. 'shnwing that mi...

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