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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Friaikstoil. Boot Warehou: l se. J. REYNOLDS & CO., PRA-C ICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLATnE "STri.Tr, FRANKSTxroN. ia'.nd Goentlicnn s Boots tadi Shloes5.: f.Y. s g. .iRays: n; . on lia Boots of 'll Descriptions imade ,to Order Fit Giuaranteed. land Sewn Work a Specialty.. Repalirs' Neatly Executed. M:'ELBOURNE 'PRICES. D. H. PETRIE, EAKER & 1RON3ON GER, GENERAL, STOREKEEPER, HASTINGS. B OOTS and Shoes, Drapery, Bran, Pollard, Onts, Maize and Chaff. Orders prol?ptly ,attendded to. D ,-H: PETRIE, HASTINGS STORE. HASTINGS. T. H. DAVEY, Estate Agent, Frankston. : .AREGE end-, Snial?=. Orch:ard 'armns, I. Gtazing Blocks, Chicken Farms, Agricultural Areas, Land on " Lease, at so mtuch per acre per ani nuti, up to 5 years, situated in Frtnkston, Carrum,Lyndlhurst, Mount Eliza, Langwarrin. Somerville, Tvahb, Bittern, Balnahmrring, Philip Island, Crib Point. Fingal, and all Iorts of the County of Mornington at chealpest rates and on most liberal termns. Runs tip to 11)0s acres at low ...
Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
Last nighita vocal and instrumental concert, in iid of the building fund of the Church of England, was held in 'the Flinders Mechanucs Institute. A very at tractive progranune ,was gone through, prepared by Mr. G. H. Carter, a gentleman who is spending his holidays at Flinders. That gentleman organised a glee company of 20 voices, and they acquitted themselves splendidly in the following numbers: " May Day," "Carnovale," " See our Oars," "Village Choristers," and .Verdi's cele brated "Anvil Chorus." Miss Dillon sang with very:pleasing effect " The Merry Zinbitra," 'and also took part in" three duets, viz., "I Know a Bank," with Miss Day, "Dog anid 'Cat" with; Mr. Clayton, and' "Money ;Matters" ' (comic) with Mr. Carter, all of which were excellently re ceived. Miss J. Martin also gave an ex cellent account of herself: in the duets " Love' and Pride," (comic)/with Mr. Clay ton,' aind "Folly' and Fashioni" (colic) with Mr. Carter. Messrs. Day and Savage contribuited'a comic song each ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 October 1889
TR.MAE y/BB &ISON . W LIMITED. N The Largest Glass and Pottery Galleries in the. Southern Hemisphere. .. ....... m = -- -.. -- = ==?: ? -- . . . . 55- COLEINS ST'. BAST-5 MIELBOURNE. NO VELTIES Arriving by almost evecry M~ail. THE LATEST BEING New Siam Troughs and Burnlese Ware., The: Household Goods are now so well chosen at home that Prices are within reach of all,-and.... either Cottage 'or' Mansion can be furnished from our immense Stock.. Yisitors to Melbourne are reminded that the Showrooms are opened for Inspection and Promenade. YOUNHUSBANA & 0. LIYVZITED. O 0 0 s 0 - -, O . SELLING BROKERS, MAKE CAS_ ADVANC CES. Personal Supervision over all Consignments. Auction Sales Daily. Account Sales Promptly. No Cartage from Railway Station Charged. MIELBOUTR TE. .THE DEFIES CIAMPFION COMPETITION, ITS VICTOIII:' EiXTIEN:1 oVER. THE. WhO/,I: \VOII). WOH The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON 1887-8, t.g\ i oti ii ¢ .: I c tui CO31IIjITIOjz...
DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
DANDENONG. Howard and Scott report: DAIEY CATTLE, short supply and few buyers in attendance; best cows a:d forward springers sold to £S 10s ; mediamn do., dull of sald at low prices ; dry cows and young stock inet with a ready sale at full market rates. PIos.-Baconers and porkers scarce, and the supply not being equal to the, demand, prices ruled higher than last quotations; a large supply of store pigs and suckerswas penned, but buyers being numerous hid dings were brisk at high. rates, best pens selling from l!s to 2i.s, slips froma l6s to 18s 6d; suckers from 8s to 13.. CAvEs.--Iediumn supply, and no altera tion in prices, really good vealers having a good inquiry, They also report having sold a team of working bullocks on account of Messrs Hudson and 3ickle at a satis factory figure.
FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
FISH. The following is the Fish Market report for October 15:-The quantity dealt with comprised--Fish. 75( haslkets; crayfish t1. dozen; oysters, 79 bags; hilres, 10' brace; rabbits,.2,335 pairs. Prices were as fol lows:--Barracouta, s. to 7s.; breaml. 5s. to 10s.; flathead, 4s. to Ss. 6d.; rock, 12s to 14s. ; garfish, vs. to 17s. lid.; mullet, 5s. to 10s.;- p~rch, 9s. to 14s. G(?; pike, 8s. Gd. to 15s.; sahnon, 4s. Gd. to Ss.; strangers, As. Gd. to 6(s.; trout, 4s. to 7s.; Whiting, 15s. to 20s.; 3Murray cod and perch, Id. to 3d. lb.; crayfish, 4s. to 10s. ; flonmders, 3s. (id. to 1ls. Gd.; smoked fish, 4s. to 12s.; trevalla, Gd. to Sd.eacll ; eels. id. to2d. lh.; oysters, 30s. to 55s. bag; hares, 2s. to 3s.; rabbits, 3s. to lls. Gd. per dozen couple.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
FIRANKSTON COFFEE PALACE. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS. Close to Railway Station, Beach and Baths. Magnificent View 'from Look out, and one of the Longest and Widest. Balconies in the Colonies, viz., 140ft. x 14ft. GOOD STABLING. E. KEEN, PROPRIETOR. COUNSEL'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. 1.--ORGINAL MAXIMS (3200); Is Gd.-Post • Free. 2.-" MELODIES OF ERIN" (12 Songs), 2s. Music by EDWARD COUNSF.L. (Composer of Twenty Thousand (20,000) Original Airs, &c.), Can be Obtained fron the Author, Somerville. F. E. PAYNE, BUILDER AND :CONTRACTOR, FRANKSTON. Estimates Given, and all Kind of Builder's Work Undertaken. t : FIRSrCLASS WVOREKMFAINSHIP GUARANTEED. COUNSEL'S NEW NATIONAL MUSI CAL WORK. (Just Published).'' " MELODIES OF ERIN," Consisting of 12 Songs of Ireland. Words ,by Moore, Aubrey de Vero, Ralph Varian, Dr. Sigerson, O'Carola., &e., To ORIGINAL' MELODIES Composed by .EDW ARD :COUNSEL; Author of "iMaxins (3200): Political, Philogophic.l, aind Moi·al." Composer of T...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 19th OCTOBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
j GirU 111." tl" ' tncild P: L.S:;L9 J'J7ERY SA'I'RDAY. 1i: CL'C P;. '£. a !T i-2111': iei he iii lctl it that ;i the getaciiiii reseiit ait th mneeting, ara .:heh in theI?1Ci I)thCnc~n'! th;ftl il~ ilS 'toi on 'I'uesl~ar1 e1en~nmc last,. for ,thi pIr'eP'ocf utconiiiiIiiii; the driiiiicge of the ,tti tic.li were niuited hi the cin~e eciretli it cIt h i IciI soine thec toini-iihi1) ;Iow ercr ii; eec. notile ilo ee- iduc ciit he proeeeduiii-c ii iii :the .:tc~t i l~ lixcrii' t n iiiii ciiy to upeaci.. T Ie. Luoccii ftaplired caid re/y iicphai ilhatici mcaord' their conldenation of tlht gentlemantlll proposal. Ir. Yo?g gtold the audience thlat when he arrived in Prankston, fo'teee ''car g }.i??5 quesiioijtlhe' iwere disessin' tlat ecemng i as- a ellat 'unulcoultable t;hat ta mItter 'o such paramountimportan'ce'to-town ship a. its drainage' should have been "so loTg ol 'the- t??s in r.'ankston .?ithout.onie steps ha}igbeepi.takei> to 'electually igrapp1r' wl,, ith, i?t ?1 1 readily a...
EDITING A PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Enrrs?o A PAPE..-?Editing a paper is a nice business. .If we publish jokes, people say we arerattle-headed. If we omit jokes, people say we are an old fossil. If we publish original matter, they blame us for not giving selections. If we publish selec tious, folks say we are lazy for not writing sonething they have not read in some other paper. If we give a man a complimentary notice, we are censured for being .partial.,: If we do not give complimentary notices, folks say we are a hog. , If we do not cater for the wishes of the ladies, the paper is not fit to tie up a parcel. If we:remain in ouri office and do our business, folks say? we are too proud to mingle with our fellows. Ift we go out, they say we neverattendto our business. If we do not pay our bills pr.omptly, folks say we are notto be trusted. If we wear poor clothes, folks say business is bad. If we wear good clothes, they say we never paid for them. Now, what are wo to do?
Soundings from the Sea. Servant. Sir, even now Did the sea toss upon our shore this chest, 'Tis of some wreck. Cerimon. Set it down, let's look on it. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Soundings from the Sea. Sarventi. Sir, even noo?ow .. Did the sea toss upon our shore thin chest. 'Tis of some wreck. , cericmon. Set it down, let's look on it. The boys ,arc having a merry tittie at Langwarrin. That i~Ilitaryv' re serve which for aloutt :330 days out of the yeiar is given up to rabbits, birds, a" lnd selh sma.ll deer," is now densely populated with an arotiy of kin cherns" playitg at soldiers. : How these youth'ful soldiersn" revel in the ga.m'e is quite a treat to behold, antd the skilful alltIner in, which they go thloiigh their evolutions would put mniny a grey-headed detachment to ,the "blush. Previous to paying the amilp a vis'it I had been reading 'Major-Geiier:l Edwards' report on the 'Vitetorian Defeucca. 1 :in not nlich upt inll iilitirv matteros; audx whel· a n?in 'st itst alkiig itobut tistilising frt; 'if, I fee! like Ileeingi ti theiFiunti tains. This military expert has got "me on the hip.' I'canenot follow hint through all his conttntionst, but I can...
How the Poor Live. (Continued from October 5) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Dagonetr Ballads? , &c.) (CGoaliauie fro·i ess Ocfolip .r ) CHoAi TER , 1. ?. For this roiom, withl its adivitages, ,the w:idoWi paid four id sixrpenee a week; the. walls Oero minldwle and_....... i irsiijn tii oin niule the slushiii `` . 1iitse Of i aplaill spread :iitross.inL :id puddle in a brlickfield; foul wiithint - and foul without, these people paid the rent of it gladly, and perhaps thianked God for the Iluck of having it. Rooins for the poor ea:rning pre carious livelihotlds are tix) harnl to get and too much in :demnud now for a widow womnai to ghve up oine jiuslt he caluse of the trifling inconvenieiice of overhearing a few outrages and mur ders. One wrd more oni this shady3 sill) ject and iwe will get out into the light again. I have spokei of the fu n" liarit- ouf the' childreni of :the poor with all imanner of wickedness and crime. Of all the ?evil' arising froin this one-roomin svsteni there is perhamps ittnone greater than the ultter destriuc tiont of innllo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Frankston' Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & )C PRACTICAL 'BOOTMAKERS, - PYANE STREET, FEANSKTON. SLARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' S: and entlemen's. oots andShoedi,. Boots of all Descriptions made "to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. D.: H, PETRIE, BAKER & I1RONt0MONGER, 1GENERAL, STOREKEEPER, HASTINGS. B OOTS and Shoes, Drapery, Bran, Pollard, Oats, Maize and Chaff. Orders pro0mptly ittended to. D. -H. -PETRIE, HASTINGS STORE, HASTINGS. T. H. DAVEY, Estate Agent, Frankston. LARGE' and Smnall Orchard Farms, Grazing Blocks, Chicken Farls, Agricultural Areas, Land on Lease, at so mluchi per acre per annumn, up to 5 years, situated in Frankston, Carrum,Lyndhurst, Mount Eliza, Langwarrin. Somerville, Tyabh, Bittern. Balnarring, Philip Island, Crib Point, Fingal, and all parts of the County of Mornington at cheapest rates and on most liberal terms. Runs up to 1000 acres at low prices, and terms up to ten years. M...
QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
SQUEEN'VICTORIA MARKET. There was a good sipply of saeuosublo vegetables brouigh to market th'is'mnorn ing, and sales wereactivd. In fruits,there were a few. strawberries, the first of the new season's -produce. The : market continqes to be glutted with butter, and low prices ruled. Poultry was fairly well supplied, and the following were the ruling rates : VEGETABLES.-Asparagus, is to aS per 100; beans (broad), ld to 1id perlb; beet, (cd per dozen; bouquets, 3s to 8s do.; cab bages, Gd to 2s Gd.do.; carrots, 6d to Sd per dozedn bunches;' caualiflowers, Is to 5s prr dozen: celery, Is to 2is d do.; cress (water), 4d to Cd per dozen bunches; cuctunbers (prickly), :3d to 44 eacli; horse radish, Is to is per dozen bunches; leek, 8d to Is do.;' lettuce, 3d to Is per dozen; marjoraum, 6d to Sd per dozen hunches; mint, Gd to Sd do.; onions, dried, 4d per II; do., green, 6d to Is per dozen bunches: parsley, Cd do.; parsnips, Is to 2s do.; peas, 3d to 4d per lb; potatoes, 7s to Ss per ewt; r...
MARKETS. RETAIL MARKETS. October 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
-4---t EETAL 3IE"3AKETS-.~"` S t ,October 17th. Butchers' meateis wellsupplied, and the tone of the market is weaker. Poultry, 5however,-is still-scarce-and-dear; and eggs are the turn upward.in tendency. Butter is plentiful and cheaj.i Theicurrent'rates BEEr, 3d to Od per lb ; pork; 6dto8ddo.; mutton, 2d to 5d do. PouLTar..-Fowls, 5s Gd to 7s per pair; ducks, Gs to 7is 6d do.; turkeys, 18s to 30s do.; geese, Ss to 10s do. DAmRY PRODUvc.--Cheese,' d to is per lb; eggs, is to Is 44 per dozen; butter, 6d to Is per lb ; bread, 6d to 7d sper 41b loaf; honey, 6d to 9d per lb; milk, 5d to Od per quart; ham; 10d to is id per lb ; bacon,8d to 1s do.
Sporting Notes. RACING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Sporting Notes. IRACING MEMS. BY "MALuA." This afternoon one of the " hig" racing events of? the year will be decided at Caulfield. ,There is a probability of over a score of horses facing the starter, and some of the very best horseflesh in'the Colonies will be amziongst the number. Reports tell that most of the candidates have been doing excellent work, and tips are as 'common as Imullet at Hastings. During the past week I have been the. recipient of no less than 10 " dead birds," imnd on going through the `ruling odds I find that were I to invest a pound on each one, I 'should, were 'the ,longest odds chance .to pop up, laind" aout ::fifteen" pounds, but were the short odds" shot" to win I should be out of pocket altogether. I am truly' thankful to my sporting friends, but when I do any business in the betting line I follow my own impressions. Ever since the' publication of the Caulfield Cup weights I have had a great fancy for Dunkeld, The Charmer, 'nd Boz.s And of the three Ipr...
Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Flinders. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Flinders Mechanics' Institute' took place on Saturday evening last, there being present Messrs Barker, Bedoll, Brown, Clayton, Day, Kennedy, Nowlan and Pulling. A good deal of business, was gone through, amongst which it was proposed to reduce the over draft at bank by £25 ; a sum of .£10 to be expended in providing some new seats, and £1 5s to be spent in the purchase of a small tank. for the convenience of those attending entertainments, &c. A lengthy discussion took place as to the best means of preventing so much draft entering the' stage. After so much time was spent in discussing the matter, it is a great pity, io decision was arrived at; for it nmust have been apparent to anyone attending the concert on the night of the 11th, the unsatisfactory state of the stage, great effort having to le made to keep the candles and lamps burning, With the approach of summer snakes are making t...
Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Hastings. (FROM OUR OWN CORBEBsPNDENT.) At the invitation of Mr and Mrs W. G. Davis, senr., quite a number of young people of both sexes met together to spend an enjoyable evening, the party being given to celebrate the opening of the new and extensive alterations and additions to their boarding house, which the increased demand for accommodation has rendered necessary since the opening of the railway to this place. Ample refreshments were provided for the guests, the Host, Hostess, and their amiable daughters endeavoring to make everybody feel as much at home and as comfortable as possible, in which laudable undertaking they evidently succeeded, judging from the satisfaction expressed by those who were .-present. Music, singing and dancing kept the company actively engaged until' daylight did appear, dispersing then to their homes highly pleased with the entertainment which had been provided for them. It.. is very- evident to Hastings people after reading the Mornington Council rep...
The Drainage of Frankston. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
. The Drainage of Frankston., PUBLIC MEETING. On Tuesday evening a public meeting convened : by Cr J. D. Box to take into, consideration the question of the drainage of the township,' wastheld'in the, Athemuni. 7 ' ' ':; ' . On the motion of Mr Cameron, seconded by Mr Laurey, Cr J. D. Box was voted to the chair. '" '. ' '.; The Chairman stated the tieeting had beenconvened.by him at the instincibof " number of ratepayers,, to take, into consideration the drainage question. 'For. some time past this question has engaged the attention of conncillors, but, owing to the small amount of revenue at their disposal, it was quite impossible to enter into it thoroughly. Some time back they. waited upon Mr Speight 'to ask for assistance to take off water brought into township by the railway, Mr Speight promised to contribute a stun of .300, on' condition that it would be done with so far as the Railway Department was con cerned, or if it was preferred, they could prepare plans of the projected...
A.O.F. Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
, A.O.F. Sports. The following are the hluldieap for the A.O.F. sports, to be held on ,the 30th inst., it Moinningtooi: FOREEsTERs' CUP. TDS TDS TDS 100 250 285 It. Hutchins (ser) ... .. .. A. McLellan ... 2 3 John Garlick .: .?, 5 7 .18 . iW . Hy. Dunn ... i- 9 ) 14 John Patterson ... 7 10 18 T. Coxhell ... . .7: 10: 18 Samn. Garlick ... 7 11 17 V. C. Martin 7 10 . 18 Joe Garlick . 14 23 John Connell ... : 14 24 Jas. Connell ... 9 15 30 G. Gomm ... ... 10 15 28 Jas. Turner ... ... 11 16 30 Alex. Munro ... 11 18 33 J. D. Grover ... 14 21' 32 A. Downward ... 15 22 38 Jesse Sawyer ... 15 22 40. S. Parsons .. 18 28 50 Geo. Golds ... 20 32. 55 John Bunn' ... 20 32 5 Winl. Alston ... 22 33 58 OPEN HANDICAP. YD8 YDS YDS 100 '20 440, Thos. 'Hutclhino .'. 3 3 : A. McLellan 1 8 12 Geo.Forbes. ?, , 5 :S 2' Jas. Grant ... ... 7 12 20 Jas. Wall .... ... 8 ..12 20 Thos. Hutchins 8 12 20 Geo. Sheplierd 1, :.:i '. 14' 27 Win. Robertso ... 11 18 29 Hy. Hmnt ... ..: 11 20 35 Wmo. Lawrenc' C. 1 15'k ...