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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890
r' .:.--T a-lUOAL (1aotu ..op owY ( 3 solliaps 'flaasa'a) On Safurday last one oif the J;irgest pilcnia of thli. sea:iion visit ed 3lorna myataaai Iwhlieii tUS ineA 11001of. tihe employes of Iiksas Rbiainasio C itaipbell tdiail Slos' 2clliriated their annual holidtay. iThe taip tlloaaiii thaertoawRec lio.erop ijliat Iii qr qroi gli, and at light ahliruiclty avas eý uperaºt p gOtfing siloalingede th Jetty o\vi g thec '.'tlig sQll castttl eas a tlixtt ilt5 bfowaaag SeyoraJ I ipera haisln nC ll jsý hit pnagbeen proinote' lay flwe fiaa, "aginale :eleleit toiatesnti ant f iof ;rfl.a oig '.g.ejo the result.i ; t r t Sil aihissatiffititistaan eiastsn anongst the mecimabers :of :thac oriningtoiai Cricket Clib at the aathy diplayed y dthe conuiiii ttee, tid tlose an office; becaitse certtaalit inealiers are piquned, 111i have to suffer Why lnot call a muecha ggly~l''l ilf lilt Tilggoe ýoc agi mn tthes,' A A 141 )p1g' Flf the tpnlly itaittee who are lemaitng ailtratngemnents for holding: a fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890
WNATIR '.UTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF -AUSTRALASIA, (IMMITED.) Established, 1869. INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS... ... £900,000 ANNTUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF ... ... £250,000 MODERATE BATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS. LARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE SECURITY. Special Claims of the National Mutual Life. 1. It is the Oldest Victorian Miutual Onfce. 2. It introduced the following important features in the practice of Life Assurance into the Colonies: I.-That no Member's Policy shall be allowed to lapse on account of the Non-payment of any Premium so long as it has a Surrender Value .i ficient to pay the Premium overdue. II.-That no Member shall be compelled to pay a higher Premium on his Policy than that set opposite to his age in the Table of Rates. 1U--That the Age of Memibers be taken as at nearest Birthday. IV.-Profits are divided every Three Years. HnihDOrIcE: 1 Market Buildings, Collins-street West, Melbourne. ALEX. H) YOUNG, Manager. Agent for akston-MARn c BnonDT. Agent for Boieana--H. W. WILSON. Ey...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890
Bootmniakers. Frankston Boot- Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO., PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, rLAYNE STREET, FRANKT ON. A LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on lbanmd. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guarinteed. Hand Scwn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Ready Made Stock always on Hand. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. AUCTIONS. C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer, Land & Estate Agents. J. F . o X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales ] of Houses. Land. Furniture, Stock, Ac., Ac., in any asrt of the Country, and gives his P'ersonal Attention to all Business en trusted to him. Agent for the Imperial Insurance Co. Renits and Debts Collected. C. J. FOX & Co., AUCTIONEEIR, &C.,' Bar STREET, F ANKST ON T. HI. I)AYEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT, FRANESTON, P A conjunction with the princiail I Auctioneers in the City of Melbourne, isanow prel...
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. Feb 14. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (Front the MIebourne Papers.) AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION.: Feb 14. In the House of Lords n motion has bceen taled requesting that copies of all papers iand correspondence in connection with the present mhove ment for .fderation in Australia be obtained and.presented to the HousNe. Feb 14. The London newIsapers cspeak in eulogistic termns of the speeches de .livered at the conference held in Mel bourne in connection with the move mient for Auiistralian federatiuon. The tasijdard renuirksi thait the gravest questions to Ibe settledl have been merely postponed, but it feels assured that the kinship between New South Wales and Victoria' is stronger than the petty jealousy wRhich exists betweeni the colonies, and it is hopeful that a compiromise will be arrived at on the tariff question. It suggests that the toIwn of Albury, on the border, should hle miade the metroplis, and that it should be pro claimied ineutral territory, but snbjcct to the Federal Government. It is desi...
THE SEVERANCE QUESTION. PUBLIC MEETING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890
T17E SEVERALYC'E Q Zi TS1[IOJ1 PUBLIC MEETING AT FRANKSTON. A imeeting on the aboive stibjcct convoinedd by the North Riding, Coun cillors, was held in the Atheneum Hall oiln Saturday evenilng last. Tlhere were abliot :O ratepayer.: present, 1ne1 Ci Box was votedl to the chair. The chairman.in his opening remiarks, statedl tlhat the pIeople of Morninigton had deccided to endeavouir to obtain seperation froin tilhe preselt shire. Thecir intention was to take the West Riding; and a considerable Iportion of the East,' ii form it into a neiw shire. If the West, Ridiing intended to go ilone, it would be to the interest. of tihe other Ridiiigs to see thiit ii dloing so, they did not taike the imost valuabile part of tile, E]iNst, Riding with theta. In his opinion the North hiding was able to go ailone without the basistance of the otheir ,i dings. SCr Fox saiid for somie yoers past lie Ihad beenl looking forwaril to the time .when the ,North Riding would ru1tH alonie, On enteriing the Cou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890
J WVERTISE In the * '" orunigton Standard." ~IJI~r aEUandUueheat YranbUetou, is theiutn4 f the'e ir~iui4' TE DEFIES THEý CIIAIPION COMPETITION, OF THE T ICORIES EXTED OVER TEE WYHOLE: WORLD. WORLD. The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON zauy., AnD PIOYRD IN pkBLIC CoHsrgrnov AT EuIOBe, AR DmooErE Tn; To BE TIIE LIGIITEST DRAUGHT BIINDER IN THE WOBIL. 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALON, LAST SEA SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY. The 1888 lindea is Lower in HeightLighter in JF'eighet, Lighter ins Drought thvie ever. Large StockIs of Duplicntes will le held in all the InlportantDistrictse in the Colony. Paragon and Enclosed Gear MOWERS & REAPERS THE SPECIAL TWINE & SUPERIOR OIL WORLD _. a.s FOS .ER I, RENIWHED Machinery Merchant and Importer, 208 & 210 LATROBE ST. WEST, RORNSY. RLDBOURNE gOOP *a g a-!- Iqh'd 0.18 po o f ' 'N sp nP ;C, t *3 r wflbI ^ o 0 0. p' o o ` 0. e P4 R r,; c rý. a.,, p p =° gad aýo A° _ V_ -s a aB .L atE a 5...
DEATH OF P. DOBSON, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
D)ETH OF1 P. DOJISON, VQ.. Quite it gloom was a.fst over the neighlborhorod of M[citone on Tues mlaw last wihen! it Iaeiiida kndoii that Mir D)obson had succumbed thrmlhi tihe breaking iii f bl?uo1 I loti: vessel. I t wais khoin tlhroughouit the district thati tih gentleman was indispliosed but no one: had the fainitest idea that it was likely to end. fatally. The de ceased h?ui? been sen'?a few dav?u previously in his usual hlallth aiid spirits andl onl o [lOft entone the latter part of last week for the purpose of speniding a few days with, ?soiie friends in one of ithe subllrb.i . It was :during this visit his ilhlness occurred which r rsultl:d in a' suad terumination. IHe was interred in the iC[elbourne General Cmeutery o We.\\dnclesday, "...larg 'circle oft fricndls folloivilng his reminis to their ist ,"esting place. i"[r Dobson was one of the first settlers at Bceutoiie, anii was liokedl iiion as one of the pioliceers of the place. I[is genial and: geuncrous manner won for hi...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
(FiPo.r ouir ows COilRES~OIONTI.: .) Dromania was -very lively on 8:itur day last, owing to u: inflitx of isiitors to the mumber of nearly two thousand. Thi stenir " Coo?e"' being chartered by the Timber :Em-ployes' Association, brought dowit about 1,000( excursion ists to MIr Liardet's Drounium Hotel, whilst the Oxoie" con vereld uearly as iany froiii tlid I,;Lnilghanis Foundr Compnlny. Thesie :made for [Mrs Allison s Arthur ~e;t Hotel. The d:y lieing cool, them differcnlt aiiuise mneits, such as dancinig. athletic sports, tue.; weres aL rd outurid t, th; :great e.joyiiicnt? of all:,in the o' cii-io the visitors bo:ud?d? thuriiri t p'icti peec i?ifats: aganin; jaiuint Ud el to Mellihouin muchli delightedl 1i th the d ;'s outing. .Th. m(n:1i ( pilc: IiCif. thl PC.Iesh terianl S itudaly 1 lchool, took plIaee- at Moriiigiiton Park oA? Tlhnrsdily. :rli children; taichers inmLfrieiids ";thered in force, an&d the wienthcr being favor able, : very :pleisan: t d:y was spenit.
SELECT POETRY. NIGHT IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
SELECT POETRY. $NIGHT- IN THE USH"? , Thie'su ' bright crst in 'tlsogoldea west Hias vanished front sight at atlast; The forest glade is all a shade, -And night is approaching fast. Fror thewrassesranl, by'tho river bank The frogs harsh croak is heard; ; And the tall reedssway, in a tremulous way; .At the flight of soeie water bird. The curlew's note on the night wind floats Now loud, now low and faint; Whild the 'sad: nopokefro ? weird - scr b ?dr oak,. ' .,. Sends forth its mournful plaint. The.nioon rides highin a cloudless sky, 'The-stirs arie glitteting bright; A td thi faint ;prfuiii of the wattle bloomt Makes sweeter the sweet spring night.;, The dingo howls as he stealthily prowls In the shadow of gumt trees tall; And ia strange wild boom, from the mailleo's gloom, i i; Is the shy wood pigeon's call.. There's a suidden drish through thie dewy bush,it !; * . , , And an oemn hIrris by ; While a kangearoo hounds over glassy 2no.iiisds;i ' h I With crackle of brancles dry. Str.i...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
IFRUIT GROIV I??INVG LIDUSTRY: able tfroil?e nd?:i oiipl'lint'rii' the mairket of t eiii ea? ;bli 'lla ii ii the in uketsh ot C:li;fof riiiThe.riineiial 'ilisct'of coluinlait is frollm uiinrii ed fruit:" (irowers must grde. their fruiiti if tlhe' dsire tecure i ~iiii thing like &itiukett piuc Yoin nackers should rc ive psit it , iieitperitive instructiiiiio trade us to70 e. Smaiill` fruit. distributed th ii iiugh . hiao iiir basket of tiiisfi ne,: Ilrge o'frui;it willkill atlie ?ilo .,Th' ? i hiaidly a ahii;ient?m:: ibumade i hit .a should hli packed- uliderl ? litea t three i gradesasi tol size? '-Dealc rs ?iiind biiycrrs :hlvini a tiladi for haiidsoine jluare~fruit wili pay iiha?ndsome .price for.!1 'phgis ;well ? tgrihl g?el thers ,iiviigi trade for uedui ne ii?', : nt ? diil purcii . e 'the samine at.i- reasonable price,. while others having 'i cheapi tiade will fiir: chase the small fruit at a loiv figure. The:net results froni shipments thuis gradedilvill be far greate...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 1st MARCH, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. .,1st MARCE, 1890. YEA.LH by year as the districts of 1Frankstol and Mornington increase ill population and importaune the question of an adequate water supply is forced upon 0us. The long continued drought of the present stumnner anod the experiences of the last malkes this a matter of the utmost importance, and one that will soon have to be carried out in some foirn or. other. The importance of this subject has fdr~ed ~itHlf uiupoi.thei tl ~hole :of;tlhe ,coiniuiities throuiiigliout tie l'distriet; reaichinig from 1ientoii ii lirt to DMorningtoin iin the other. ` " S?everal schemes have been suggested to fill an acknowledged want, the most impor t:at of thles el ivh wht isW known as the ..Dandeniong scleme. Since this was advocated 'an-d w'hilst itunder coiisideriii lois 3Mordlilloe to a great; extent is enabled to be independaut through ' the diieovery ofw iwater. by boring,, and no doubt if this: Wis pesr severed in th...
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. Howard and Scott report:-Dandeliong Market, Tuesday 25th inst.: Dairy cattle: A large supply forward. principally mnedium qualities, prices ruling about the sane as last wtek; milkers made from £7 to £10; springers, i£6 to £.. Pigs: A small supply of all descriptions, prices showing some improvement on late rates; baconers to 50s, best porkers 35;s to 40s, medium 25s to 32s lid; stores to 24s; very few of good quality penned; slips to 15s; snckers Ss to 12s. Calves. Very few in, which sold readily at tnl advaince on last week's prices We also report having held a very successful clearing sale at Lang Lang, on account of Mr J. G. Jen nings, when we disposed of the wlole of his herd of dairy cattle, horses, pigs, etc., at highly satisfactory prices.. We also held our usual monthly sale at Grantville yards on the 22nd inst., a large number of stock changing hands. On the samne date we also held a clearing sale at the police station, Grantville, on accou...
THE SEVERANCE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
111' 'E1V11RA'NCE QUESTION Last night it meeting was held in the t[echinulics .ilstituto: r'nlkston, for the purpose Cof furlther considiering the abiovc qucstl ion. Cr Box wias votld to. the chair, who explain?l;d the object:of 'th meeting: Cr Fox 'said ;it: w::s an inport:ant maiitter forhe tle to hlave tile.. petition signed as qucekly as possible, he had called them togethiier by post card, so that they mighi discuss and make further arrangements. "le wouhldlike to have a coimilittee formed to carry out the nlecessarly arrangemtents. Cr Souter movedl, antd Cr Cauceron sccoiiled, th:it thi lprponsd new Shire be subdivided into tifree iidings. Thius wais chiiled ;i1nis10ix\y." . Ii an.swer .to a ilquestion, ':the chairman stated,, the ?:i ,eilc t Ibounl dr;uie.of thoe North Iliding was the bouidnlary (ii the Inroposed new Shire. Cr For xstated - that it would he ncesscry: fior themn to forim a corn-l uiittee to :at in conjunlctioln with:he councillors for the North Riding, to carr...
WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
WESLEYAN COJEUfOK AN. TTEPE Ssar 1, . in v o .dLT T L - 1-Ther alomeaoniersary wsas hield on Sunday Iit, l liheni ' inost effectice services wereo conducted, morning ;anuti eveniug tolanrge' congregations, and an address giveni'to the children iin the afternoon, by the 1Rev S. Adamson, of nrighton:.; The cllhurh i was= iceelv decorated with evergreenis, iot plahts, and flowers,: which reflcted great taste on those who had undertaken the' twirk. Oilf Moiidaj tliO' usnal public tea was held in the schoolrooin adjoniing the 'choirhi.0 ;The cateriig was done by Mr rJ. D. Box, and the way thi.i -was carried out reflects great eredit: on this gentle iiian, the mlliner in hich the goodl things;,; provided- disappeared sihowed that ?every satisfection was givcu. The tables were presided over by the following ladies, who were most. energetic aud assiduous in their.atten tioii to the :irious iants of those assemb-led :*-'rs Renouf. the Misses MciConiibe (2), Cook, Lawry (2), Box n,Caeron, and...
FRANKSTON FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
mAINKSTOU FPlRE BRIGAD)E. On .Thursday vening lastlthe usual. ineetiig of the iabo;, w`is hheld.inithe lechainies Inistituto hflie\* was a good"atteiidaiico of oithLeers and ien. The secret.ri reported l thit;he hald rdccii ed iiforifiio froi'i the il?por tirs 'Medsis Bootli Ellseii ,land Co., thli:t the cinina hail beeit shil licd and left London last week, and it mnny be expected to arrive here in about, six weeks time. ; It was decided to procure at once, a siiplv of. cinii:is b iickcts n ':iild' id a canvasr cisern;8o that they 1111 lbe prepareil for an Cemnergnecy:., ost, of the .ollicers and. Romi?iof'?eii; h]iave l ;oci?rcdcaps 'mid 'vernilh?live ordered unifoims, so that the affaitr.seems to be taken up with spirit, and to ihaie plenty of go "' in it::No ? iloibt 'iihein tlhe 'aplliahnes arrive, the property- holders will come tothe, frozt; with doiations. 1 A ppen dcd is a list;of all monies collected up to date--Shire Council £1i); .las (trice Esq, £5 5s ; Chas Soutcr Esq,...
THE FRANKSTON CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
THE FRANKSITON CEMETERY. S &lt;To;.TP E EDIT OR. SSm, ,It is very evident thali your cor respondent. ", Resident',"has no loved: oii;s at rest in our .quiet, locasl 'eemitery, ,il he; could not so coolly advocaite tlhe closgi and utiliziii of it for somd other .ipliripse.tL':I8t he so hiighly educaited as to becbloe to look frcin down tlihe lofty heights of frct-thought o? Atlicisi aitlthi superstitious feeling: weo were tamight to call l revcrenc': in?diys, of yore Aniumberof es flc forfoirloved ones who lie in:" Gods ncre,; for, eveni the heat!hei taboo tlidir buriislpliices, aud it is' left to t:h cuiltired well-iiforiiihd indeiiebri: I anms, yosirs etc H1UMANITY
A TRIP AROUND THE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
A TRIP AROUND THE PENINSULA. TIpE: village of Shorehauir; altholgh it does nlot present; any very imposing aplpearance, is leaultifully:, situated. Settled between the hills, and the waters of Deep Creek flowing through its midst, with its rustic bridge cross ing the stream, give the whole scene a peaceful and retiring aspect, and preseiit to the view it a scene well worthy of being plnced on canvas. Evidently the Educationt Department wheii oerciting school a.ccoiiiunodation were of the opinion that at some future time Shorehanli will occupy ai more prominlent and important plosition than at present. Inllstead of thed usual wooden structures that have ben erected in outlving districts, a sub stantial briik edifice andl. teacher's quarters have beenl provided, and 1no doubt there will he no lack of school accommnodatioilfor many years to come. Wre are conrvinced, however, that the day will come when this neighborhood will become a most important one for it possesses several natural ...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 March 1890
SIiIRES'. DIRECTORY:.. = S"ORNINGTON: Meets in Mornington" Shire Hallf the Saturday beforo full moon. PRESIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. North Ridingv J. D".Box, C. Souter, J.P., : d C. J. Fox (Frankston).,i + - Etast Riding -H . . Peddle (HaLstin s ), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thorne?" (Somerville). .. West Riding--J: E.Adus, A: Jowni: tird, ..P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Morningtcn ). SECRETARY AND ENGINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).