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REV A. R. STACKHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

REV A R. STACKHOUSE. Thils gentlean hiharing been a resident of Frankstoin- and ;,very popular throughout the district, and at the request of soniome:i e i knoiw, we reprint the following" account of hie; doings thiiil ing it may be of interest to our readers. For some tune past the fine Auglican Church of 8t Andrew at Perth, built throughi the exertions of' the late ,Mi E, (teri hais been closed, the Synod at Ilanst session J.having cuet off--the stipend, and united ,the cure with Evandale, which in practice is uniwork able Adherenitks of the old chriircl iTill be glad to learn that the Rev. A. R. Staclhouse will preach there to morrow; anid also on Christiiias Day. and has decided to try and work uli the colingregation again, and get the parish again nmaide a seperate ncunm bency. ITherei is little doublt that a iwarm welcome will be accorded to the sonit of one whose inme is still revered in' the districts , around Perth and Lonigfordl, the Rev A. R.. Stackhouse beiiga soon of th...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

F;f IT GROWING INDUSTRY.. ''''ia recent meeting of the (TCiuter' bury, New Zealand, Fruitgrowers. Associiation, a letterfron a Tasmanian Government inspector was read, in which it was stated that caustic sodp, in the proportion of 11b to the gallon of water, had been used with the greatest success as a dressing for trees infected . with tlihel itael oi scale blight. This dressing has been aplied insj ring wth-it wiEiiibihfno galrben yrilnge and: had been found to kill theblight without injuiring the trees: It has been used by a Norfolk Island __orchardis n nublilei tihe' strength namned without damage to the buds Or leaves. The opinion of the meeting was that the quantity of caustic soda recommended was very large; also, that even if succeanssful, it would, at any rate, be to~o.expeusive.,ta adopt aaa reused}, Mr Vildiug aei!J li ha'dtii1 battle's. Sheep Dipin the )riplxirtiniu of 1 to 110 of water, and so far as he; could see at present it had killed the blight. Mr Elliot said the ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

To ru Earrois. Deair Sir,-Will you allow me spice in your -pIper to dmraw attention to the sha.meful muamner in which the Railwac nauthorities hare treated us at 3Ieitoime in reference to the goodnls siding. We have been given to undeistaind that the siding is to be on the opposlite side of the station, well it stanils to reason that they ought to erect the new isiding Ibefore interfering -with the old one, instead of that they have taken up the points of the' old siding, and left us without one at all, in fiact. they have not even started thie new one vet 'anrid 'gnness dnlv kiniw when' ilhey will, The conIsquenre is that for nr , jildefinete jiciod wp shhll he ul ablle to hare fay gwrilds dejivored here, aid that nepamie earthig from Mordialloc or. L'heltonham ai distanei of two Wniles at the least. It in i' great shame that a place like Mentone should be without a sidinig, and the lenit thing the authoritiescan do.in justice to the iitradespmoolde is to re place the old.. points ...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE ARREST OF THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER." Jan. 24 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

lENGLIElH TELEGRAMS. -4- º '(F~rn. thme Meibmimrae Papmer;), THE ARREST OF THE "JUBILEE - ' PLUNGER." Jan. 24 eirs is toti hand from 'ice that the friienda of Ernest Benton (the Jubilee Plnger) have failed to settle with the Credit Lyonnain regardling the forged cheque for cashing which Betizoui wan recently arrested. He was to-day exainied before one of the local magistrates, when he admitted having forged a cheque for £l000. He states that he had conicme to the end of his resources and hoped to be abile to recoup himself by gambling at Monte Calo:: It is understood that Benizon will be chairged with forging im:d cash ing the cheque at the .N.ice lndice ciurt on Friday next. THE FINANCIAL POLICY, OF, VICTORIA. ATTACK BY THE STATIST. .Ta i 2.5. The Sltaixt, a leadinig .fin:iiiial journal. makes a iolent attack on the fimiaucial policy of the Victorian Go vernment. It declares that the cir cumstances connected with - the im pending loan are no damaging to -'the Victorian Treasury- th...

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SELECT POETRY. HOW CHEERY ARE THE MARINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

SL f .3T- ` iPOETJ:r., TRY IIOW CHEERY ABE THE MARINERS. How- cheery are the mariners Those lovers of the set!. - Their hearts are like its yenstljy wviwes Asboundling and as free. : They whistle when the storm hird wheelsa In circles round the mast; - Anti sing when deep in foam the ship Ploughs onward to the hblast. What care the mariners for gales ? There's music in their roar,. When wide the berth along the lee, And leagues of room hbefore. Let hillows toss to mountain haights, Or sink to chasms low, The vessel stout will ride it out, Nor sink beneath the blow. With streamers down and cquJs furled, Securely: at or }e q as~ 4 tilken:tasgolp4 hbat Aqd soud asleeup solso azpiqirs, And some with watchful exes. Will ferless he of dangars ; That roll along the ski es.' Ood keep those cheery mariners: . And temper allthe gales : That sweep along the rocky coast To their storm-shattered sails : And men on shore will le4s the ship itar 'Thatcooutld e guilded be, Safe in the hoballr ofi: ...

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CRIB POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

CIIB POINT. Since the opening of the Railway line from IHnastings to Ston}y, Point grent activity is shownu and minny pl provenmenLts have beenu made in this neighborhood. Several new buildings have been erected, and we are pleansl to niotice that Mrn Graydon, late of lastinigs, is filling, what isdoihlbtless a imuch-felt want, by opening a resturant and boarding house. These premises, which contain a wine bar, large dining room, twosittings and eight hedlroons (all being well-furnisnetd with every convenience), are easily accessible froaij the railway station, and will no doubt formn a great boo toi the travelling publie.

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

MIAILS DELIVEIED AT FEANIKSTON. Frowu ?LulhoIurJLe-9 ;tu.:ud ; p.ut. ; . I'rotii~ B~f~rniuiton-!I inul id 1 pn.m From Droniui lt! :i. il. Fromm'Soumervi11e and liasti.gs-1 pimn. . 'Fiomt'Cowes and Sin Rniiio-Molday, lVtdpnsdmc y amd Friday-1 p.m..

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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.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

CORRESPONVDENCE Lne are alwuay ready to publish corrempondence on matters of interest, hot do not hold ourselves renpouandlt (or 'tkesopintn o Fezproasoe't 1our Correspnndentýs . ZjatI To THE EmzToa - . ta'-sAllow jine1 tto'foriward'th.ii a few lines for insertion in. your neat issue, as to the miiysteriouls workinigs of our race clubs;' as, being a sub scrilber- to-the--Ne- Year'n iace. IMeting. I niit ni.ixiolu. to know stainethniii .if the recetipto inid expen ditures fore subliscribing to thee th Patrick'ss Daly Meeltilg. "I think your readers will agree with inc when I say that, it would hok nsatisfactory to see New lear's )Day M.ectinr properly squared up lbfoe callhung a tieetiug to make arranlgements for tt Patrick's Day Meetinig. I believe two auditors (Messrs Bekdell andti Clayton) were ajppointed in connection with Now Year's Day Meeting. Ilbut iup to the present timne no imeeting has 1been called by th e cretar- Mr Brown, t> have the New -ears Diay' Meeting squared ui...

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OUR DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

OUR, DEFENCES: For. ini i conisiderable tine ' our military authorities have been paying great apttention to the Western-Port Peninsula for'strategieidl reasonis. In order to improv ethe dlefences in these parts every elncouragement has been given for the formation of'. corpis throughout the various centres. This has been tiken up with spirit at FrnLmsttun, Mornington aind Hastings. The authorities viewing 'the` li-tter pace frown a military. standpoint, have decided to establish .a miovealle hibattery, 'consrisnitini' of, si Aritrsnoing 41il) each'ie-hlodingu rifled guis, t i a range of 0X1 yardsn. The fist two of these guns urrived iat Huastingis eurly in Lthe week and weren taken from the railway stationi under Ithe superintendence .of -. Captain .Lowe. For the present the guns are to he kept in"' Mr Cooper's shlieds attached to the Rolyal hotel, lbut it is intended shortly to erectproper sheds for their reception.

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

STONEY POINT TO FR ANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. Stoney Point dcep-7.30 a.mn.-114U -6.10 p.In.-9.12. Crib Point dep --7..1:1 a.m.- 1I.48 - 61.51 p.mh.-.I1 Bittern decp- a.in.-11.niU.-7 Ip.mi-.-.22. Hastings, dep(p S.0-.-m,-11.uI-7.0 Up.m. Tyahb, dep.-.1:3 aum.-l . -:7.1:3 p.m. Sonierville, dep.-.10 a.mi.-12.1 p.m. 7.19-4.41. Mornington Junctimon, dep.-S.2. a.mti. 1.1. pamm 72 -.7 r Lingwarrin dep. -. JSui.n.--12.O pii Frankston, arr.-S.40 mi.-12.30 p.im. 7.40-10.1. Frankitoni, dep -5.m0 :i.un.-12.43 p.m. 7."7=10.10. Melbourne, arr. '1010 ii.-2.0p.im.-S.17 -11.2i.

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STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO; FRANKSTON JAND "HASTINGS.. Melbourne, dep.-. '.n 12.20 p.m. 6.3S-.3 Frwikston: arr. 1020 n'a.m 1.40) p.m. '7..-10.35. Frankstoin, 10 .,3 m -1.51 p.m. . 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin. dep.- 10.40 a.nm - 2 p.m. 8.22-11.20. 3fornisigtoni Trifietion, dep.-1o.0 a1 m 2.2. p.ma.-8.25-11.24.' Somerville, dep.-10.55:.u: n.-2.12 p.m. 8.32-11:30 Tyabl. dep. 11.1 n.in.-2.16 p.m.-S.43 11.33. lastings, arr.-11.S n.in.-2.23p.un.-S.43 -11.43. Bittern, arr-11.14 a.m.- 2. _' n.9 .1 Crib Point ur.-11.21 a.- :ti-2. pitt. 8.St -m11.ont. Stonsey Pit arr.11.' V n tu:ý2.4 JO m.

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

MORIINcGTON AND FRANKSTON TO E A \j1MiEL1OU1INE. ° , Mdrnington, del -i .5DA~a ni.-1' S-41ip ýý"-- Mirooduc, inp.-S;m. -1 2.1S p.il XdifiigtoA ~Jiunction d:ci b I.-S.S iiim. 12 Frankston, dip.-ar.2; 0ii.-S.14·j.0 r 1ý 4,ipkl;-'-'.1ýa:S0=4.511` 7.5 i=10.1(1 Molboiara -arr. S.4

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

V. . ' 3 41MfLPWAY TIME TABLE MELBOURNE. TO .FRANKSTON AND S MORflNINGTON. p ST. 2 10 7a.- 0 1220 ý1'il:4:i.(em 7T(1;;.ý ii? / 1 Frankston, dcp.-10.25 a.a.-2. 6 p2lm. . 6.10-8.-12.-i0. Langwarrin dep.- -10.3n a.m.-2.55 p.mu "6.20-8.12-10~i..T n. M:)ornington ;Junction, ::dep.-10.56 b 'no 3.39 p.mi.-0 ".4-S.16 -1.10. Moorooduc dep11.4 .m.- . p.m. :+:6.32-8.3-12 1 uMornington; arr. -1.57" a.m.-3.22a P.m 6.42-8.34=1.22. ' 1 *Those minrked wirith an asterisk run through to Mornington. " t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

31'. OuJ" :A)VEIlRi'I iRS'i" AUCTIONEERs & E'TATr AorrEGET- > Bolilin JrPoiitxopan rd Moriington SCrossko1; Ritomhi & Co Frankston" Divoy T. R. Frani stnaen .:' ; ~Fox.C. J. & Co, Ba;ast, Franklston `'Box J. 3D. Trat tFrmlankston BLACKSMITH3s & CoACRDUILDiS= Aiaton;W. M i a at Morningtonrý - ' O:Cameroiin J3 Bay Lt Fritinkston `° ':Gambie H: PlaynI stFranksto' - BANK. r -"x;ni;_- - ri' r- 'lio 'Coloinal ?Bank' cf: Aiiatr ilosia Fianket'on and Mornnjton ' -o roroon Ba lBa 'Frinkmtonmlr4" 'M1fhntoo iBattle, Momaitono t Ci' 1servi' ''Mcitono"PVomite a Maton o` ;Or:"' G'ffilar B., Bh a et, Priamakten >,:; i lI a ý.`ýLek:eF e:b,:: t`_' is S&ii~llt'''as Fan;;;:;;; VIC3TORIAN RA NGERS; t " .F G. COMPANY.. The Frankston and Mornington Detach ients will paraide at Monington on" IONDAY, FEBRUARY 3 180, AT 11.' Por inspection hy? Major Otter, Officer - oninandling Victorian Rangers. ROT E. RIOG, Lieint Corianadin . .Auctions; PRANKSTON.". SATURDAY,...

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THE LOAN PROPOSALS AND SEPARATION MOVEMENT. PUBLIC MEETING AT MORNINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

11TE ;`LON l PROPO 1LSA AND ;EPiA1I 'iTION MO3VEMENT. PUBLIC MEETING AT MORNINGTON A public inectig wasi held list iight in the Atheniiuni Halll in wits arigely itteidedil; liivii n ainiigst:its iiumbers Coinucillors :fro i.the three Ridings. -MThis iecetingi was :coiieind at the request of a nnumber of riateplyTrs it Moriington who arc iliiatislid ait tlhe loan' proiposal' of the orth and East Rlidings CCr Downwiiaid, Picsiideiit of the Shire, ocepictl thie chiir, who un sid: Thatiit trheequestiof a number of ratepayers hie Ihd conivenited the present imeeting to take into conlsidlerationii the ilvdisibiliti of scepa titmi I;lieieWest Rid lig aniid piitio(ii of thiI1 stwitlh a view of tfoiiiing ai new Shire. lie coil sideied the tim .e had ir:mrived wlen this wias iicemsasm.i In its presnct stiate they labored hunler 'several dlisadvant iges; the principal of which was thatt the coticillo s ii weren iible to deoite sillicieitl tiime it. theirn monthly sittings to the biuinesi s thi...

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER VII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

How the Poor Live. (Br GEORGE It. SAris: Author of Dagonet Uiliads, Sc.) ._.._. .CHrrTa fil .1IONTlINUEl. S"No titile!" It is well; with that iniidver ringing in our ears, to turn tio te.tl Prliiniitei tary proceedingsl an i discoerii what the important questisl aiire ichiclitare engrolssing the entire ;;ttention ofItlie legislatntire, and leaving i no tiime' for such ai matter as the conitaut neinace to public health which exists in the piresent systemi of 'liousing tile Poor. I will not eiunmerate themi or I night Ie tempted into a political disquisition, which would hie out of plice; butiE ilhe reader can, with coiniderablle profit to himself, find them and iiike ii note of uf then. The ''list of iliportant milucanisii which have consumed the session nllid left 'lio time' for this question will lie instructive andI iiuiisiig-nimusing because the discussions which lhave taken iup the time of the house cointain in thiemselves all the elements .of screiialiiig farce. - And, talking ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

NATlo0NI MUETUAIAFE ASSOCIATION 10 stablished, 1860. INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS... ... -£90000,000 ANNUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF .... . . 250,000 MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS.-: LARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE SECURITY.''- - Special- Clainis f ih Natioiml' M-tii fe: ".' : -..-~Lil'~ .DidestJ.?icd?iaJ.Jiadual O.ike:.-------'*- :--*-. 3. It introdtced /ie folloicing important features in tie jracticof :ife 7.' I(tsimiuanc'inio ' i Coloiies:- I.--That no Member's Policy shall be allowel.to'la ýso on ?accoiunt of the S"y-ntnof il-'Pr-iiliffisiii t as if Surrender alu ,flffl;ient tii pay the Premnium overdue. 1:. :I.--That no Member shall be compelled to pay a higher Preminm on his Policy than that set opposite to his-age inthelTable-of Ratei.' III.-That the Age of Members be takten ias ati eearet Birthday. . : : S' IV.'L?Fiflits arb divide'd'eer'y Three TYears. HE-D ?:O.CE: ,1 ;arket Buildings, Colips-street; West,,lelboiurne.'" 't : .- ALEX. H: YOUNG, Mainager. ": Agentfoi Droit a--ii' H.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

-io I -illi; ., 'J JTREYNOLDS &i0 hePRACTIC&'A-c BOOTM'AKERi, -rý, .isiP's e t;Ps a'Sramese s Y surawsv i {I ;& LARGSE and'1 aried Stock of'l ahies "and Oentlemen a:Boots and Shoes. a a~lwayson hand. 4,1i,','J saul .Boots of:.all Descipin ;d too On er. c io e Guaranted t YT . Hand SewnWorka Specialty..: J., PULLING BOOT. AND' SHOE MAKER. Ready Nade Stock always on 'Hatinsl AMtimeeprst and Estte lAgents.: C J FOX& o., Auctioneer, iLnd, it o statel ., "1' `'le i SOE:Yb~L- .. .t ias Preparedla to Conduct Anction, Sales of H ouses, Land; FurnitureStokto, fie, incany parthof the ounntry,'aind gies his Pery a.Attention i to 'all Business en trustedti~ h rm: "g . ^ . rtAg ent for the'Imperial InsuranceCol !"r.~ Insune'ts 'and Debts Collected:'n o C.TJ FOX& 'Co, `AUCTIO EER, Le:. I FrAinkSto n. T.: I DAVEY, ESTATE, HAiT nShfONrr.AGEET,,l F Iof KeTON. IN onjunction ;rwith;, the. pinnipal .rAuctioneersl indt i City; of Melbourne -iteel Runs; up; t i 000...

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

(box oua owar Cossrownwfrr.) Te, voluitteersmovenixntat Histingy bids fair to be a great success. On Friday.last there was a good attendance of those interested, twenty-four men were sworn in, and it is expected that .norewilljoin this week. * Two of the gunse have arrived at the railway station, so no time will be lost in putting then mee through the g drilL (Gtreat Anxiety.-continueA-to..b felt in the township as to the fate of Dr Rohner, who left here about three weeks ago. The constable has made ono.or two.attempts attdragging inrthe channel, but without success. To-day the large wateidile, which is on the prenllises, was examinied, but nor trace of the missing st1izjemn cdouldk be found. We have retently; epjoyed the society- if a married gentleman of the navy fraternity who has been amusing ' himself by thrashing his wife, until the poor woman is one mass of scars and bruises, and this week he finished up by stabbing her through the cheek. ..lie , then emvloyed a boatmin,, who...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 February 1890

GENEJRAL ONST OFFTICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne-7.4., n.m.-12 noon S .20.p.m. For Mornington- I a.in.-2.1: pn.u. For Droniani-9.43 n.mi For Sonnerrille-9.4. imn. For Hastiigs-A a.ml. For Cowes mnd San Remto-Tuesdaiy, Thnrsdny ini.Satiturday-9.b- ;r.n.

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