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

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) Up to the present time no tidings have reached us of our late medical man, Dr. Rohner. There are diverse opinions as to his disappearance. It seems strange that he should have dropped from our midst and be seen no more. Numerous inquiries have   been made, but it still remains a mystery which time alone will unravel. As I prognosticated ill my letter of last week, umother cow ifell a victim through open railway. gates by a passing train, two. nights after time slaughter of the first one. Both aninals were killed in the 'station yard within a few feet of each other. :Afn average of two a week is very, good for a place of this size. 'It would lie wise for anyone luring c:attle jcituinmgm at large near the township to take warning and havethema padlocked. Veo haive a much needed addition to our population in the shape of a resident medical man. Dr] Broughton, a recent arrival fromn the old country, halis taken up his quarters in tIc preniises l...

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

Dra?iers.. CASH BUVEI its O Jrampery,HouseFturnisrliid ;Millinery SUnderclothing, or Fancy Goods;I sF Can save money by making their purchases at E. CORNEL' L JOB DRAPERY W. &REROUSE 166 FLINDERS ,STREET, OppIo:elte Fri,re'se ýBridge. :rtaiol?? nend aoloiali.g Oakley . loLe's CIoIhfDg Fa eory. lF Dr ~ssmakers, Storekee pers, Hawkers -e; s applied with any Icn;gths or quinti ties required, at WWOLESALE P xICEs. Ord emapr post receive pro mpt attention. A .&lress--E. CORNELL,: s I aewter amtd Jb W arehmuselal. 166 Flinders Street; dMelbourns. A astJiet *outk Briti?h PI re aeasrarce ce. SV ,"igactursr of. Underclothln{ Pinafoes, ' " Apons Morning Wr:ppers,&. : Ge neral Drapery and Haberdashery CALL AT ` ji1RSr J a . .TROilrlS'S :'a_ "per ýstab isbu t O (Opposite RnllEna Sltlona), : Mi '{TONE PARADE, MENTONE.1 Drapery. Drapery. ,, ;;ICTORIA HOUSE, MRS.;iS HEY WARD, (LATE O ST. KILDA.) JN Thanking the Inhabitants of!Frank ston and the Surrounding Districts for the...

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

MELBOURNE TO FRaNKSTON SUNDAYS. Melbourne, dep.-10L auw.-12.40 p.m.--2.15 -6.0-9.0. Frankston, arr.-11,20 m;n.-2.0 p.m. ;?.:;5 -7.'Lo-- ?o.,.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

ITEMS 0 OF WS?'. : SEVEEAL complaints having been made about-theneghl.t of the gate-keepers on the ..ines crossing the IMornington ahid Hastings road. ' The Shire secretary was instructed by 7 th'e 'council, to briig; i the matter under: the notice; of the irailway authorities. The answer was to hand last council meeting, when it was stated, that it" iis t4h duty of those in attendance at the gates, to open them. It is to be hoped that those employes who have been negligent, will be more attentive in the future. Soime of the gates to our know ledge, were locked at at comparatively early hour, and in some' instances, on the Mornington roead, travellers were told by the attendant, that they ought to have gone by another road so. as to avoid that gate.; This too, before ten o'clock in the evening.,. ON Thursday evening next, the 13th inst., iMr, Robert Semple, the temperance singing pilgrim and lecturer, will visit Frankston, particulars of wvhich iniy be seen in our advertising colunn...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

('7ioi. cUi ow . Colili'?ro 1S.vrT.) Seperation is very much ill the air just now, and fromn alppearances it is in1 open question whether the North will not, score,. point, ahead of the 1Vest. .But there is just the possibility th:at with two ;laliilen.iticiis :uad such nttling up of the Shire. that eventually the llinister of Public Works iiaiy decide to grant neither request. Ce'rtainly lie will not grant both; and leave the Bast ridingu out altogether one ?ir, the other 'must take it. But the imost sensible In'lposition anid onie tihat must cniiiinieiid itself to all right thinking ipeople, is Cr*]ix's idea of ;' conferencll it the whole three ridings, to see if sonie schlieute could not ihe atrriaigeld to divide tho ipresent Shire into twi. 'it w,;ila r.edtice the wbrking expeCnses in either side; land alao'give a longer revenue to hoth, besides givilng satisfaiefionl to iilnll ill tile Eiast riiding whiose interests are to l certlin ploit withi .lrank lon aun Mirihnington respe...

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MORDIALLOC TO MELBOURNE (P. B.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

31Mo;iAluI.OC TO M'ri.?LOUUI:. (P. 1.) 1lordi lloc diep.-(; o0, 7 51+,8 50ft, S15I. 9 50, 11 5. 12 5, 1 10t, 2 42t, ; 25, 4 15, 4 46, 5 15, 1; 50, 8 22, i) 23. 10 25t, 11 50. Sun.-0 50, 12 45, 24-3, 4-I , 5 130",8 30o, 90. - 3IrosxTO--(- 3CG, 7 57, 8 56,, ) 21. 05, 11 11, 12 11, 161, 248, 3 31, 4 21,4'52, 5 21, 0 5i, 8 28, 0 20, 10 31, 11ll i. Sun.-- U 5., 12 51, 24 .,. 4 30, 12 .41, 2 49: 436, 5 3;S, 8 3(i , 1 . Clieltenhliam-- 30, 8 0, 8 59, 9 24, S5i, 11 14. 14 ; 1.1, 1 1!, 250, 3 31, 4 241, - 55, 5 24. 6 59, 8 ,!, 9 32, 10 34, 11 51. Suni.-l 9t5, 12 5.4, 252, 4 1, 1. 39, 8 39, !) ). 11ighett-(i 44, 8, 4, 9!), 10 4, 11 1 11, 12 ]9, 1 24. 2 55, 3 ;3, 4 2, 5l 5!,i 74, s83, 9 -37, 10 31, 12 4. BSun.-10 4, 12 -5, 2 57 4 44, 5 44, 841, 9 14 . Souti lirighton-; 4 7, 8 8, 7, '32, 10 7, 11 22. 12 22, 1 27, 2 58, 3 -412, 4 32,, 5 , 5 , 7 7, 8 3). l -i0, 10 12, 12 7. S1un.-1 7, , 81 , 4 47, 5-47, 8 -17, !) 17. East Irighiton-l; 51. 8 12, 0 11, it 3, 1 11, 11 20, 12 20, 1 ;1, 3 2, o; 4, 4 l...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

HASTI'IGS. (Faon OUR owN CORRESPONDENT.) The Weather for the past month ha: been very hot and sultry, burning ul thee grass `that thei buish fires havt spaired .'until it .is>as°dr r s" tinder Already a good many of the farners iv:. the sneighbourhood have to drive their stock a distance for water, while some of the residents wells' are cons ldetely dried up.. For the last few lays it has threatened "L downipour bit: it still bholds off.' When it doec coue; it will be; (volcometo'tiboth iini and beast. , :. 1'isliig here foi' soanetiue past has been very dull, anid somse of thesi who hiiive had fish, bitterly 'complaii of. their few, baskets being tanmpered vith before reaching the salesman somntimes a whole basket going astr'a and never being heard of again. On iaiturdaiy Iast, ? cricketing tean known ais the Riehliohoin Blchelors aid us a visit to play our local club. they 'being 'three or four men short owever, they inmade up an eleven on the groiund, ?nd totted iip a score of...

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Railway Time Table. MELBOURNE (P. B.) TO MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

Railway Time Table.i MIELBOURNE (P.. B;) TO IMORDIALLOC. Melbourne dep.-5 25r, 7 10,"8 45, 9 :10, 10 0 1045,`12. 201, 1 '20,' 0, 215, 3 45, 445t, 5 30o=, b6 35 ., 815, 9 35, 10 45, 11.25. " Sun.-10 0,"12 40, S15,4 10; 60. 740, '90. . Canulfield-5 48,7 33, 7 ) 8, 9 33,10 23, 11 8, 12 43;'143 2 23.2 38,4 8, 5. 8, 5 51, 6 58,8 38, 9 58,118, 11 4 8. Sun. -10 23,1 3, 2 38, 4 33, 6 23, 8 3, 9 23. Glen Huntly-5 52, 7 37, 9 12, 9 37, 10 27, 11 12, 12 47, 1 47, 2 27, 2' 424 12, 5 12, 55, 7 2 842, 11 12, 10 2, 11 52S. 0Sun .-lO 27,'1'7, 2 42, ..437,i 627,87,927.,. .. N ; h Road-'.nol 55,: 0, 15-. 1, S'9i0, 10 30, 11 15, 12 50, 1 50, 2 30, 2 45, 415, 5 15,-5 58, 75, 8 45, 10 5, 1115 1155. Sun.-1030, 1 10, 2 45, 4 40, .630 8 10, . 9 30. l[cKinnon-5 57, 7 42', 9 17, 9 42, 10 32,11 17, 12 52,' 152, 2 32, 2 47, 4 17, 5 17, 60, 7 77, 8 47, 10 7,1117,i 11 57. Sun 10 32; 1 12, 2 47, 4 42,' 632, 812, 932. s -Eat Brighton-5 50, 7:44,' 9 l19, '9 44, 4 1 10 1i 1, 1254, 1 54,,2 34, 2 49, 4..19, 5 19,. 2,_...

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SOMEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

S0.,MEl'TI i.E.? ---+-- (FROM OUR OWN COboESIoNDENT.) A. inost enjoýyablde soi;al eveninig was spent; inl the \Ve(sleyVa clhurchlhere, oil 'Vediiesday eveniig...llby theint liabitnit,..of-th.dldh iglshboumrlunl._.ind:a fe? friends friii 1F'ia?nkst?oi. The LRev . 0. Cook in the absence of thie senior circuit steward expl'ained the object of the mieetinlg. The aIffairs of thel'ireuit had lieen running hehind filunuciaillvh for sone timec, and they Ihad now i cireluit debt of over £+i0 anti it was thought' havi.sable to devise solni0 ieiuns of haliing this debt paid or rediltCl.. Before thei mueetilir- was clo?se the amount of £t was raised, and it is to he hoped that the lInrger centres such as 1 ranktoin and Morn ingtou, will take the matter in hand witlh: the .?nme spirit, and there is no doubt. if this is done the debt will soon vanish. Tea wasi provided lby tie Somerville friends to which full justice was done.

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 8th MARCH, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

lo~ninon ^Siuda d[I. " Not timidly, nor roshly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. S8th ARBCH, 1890. Ar the Coluncil meeting held aIt Morniington on Satulrdal last the loan prolpos1ls of thle. Norli i and East Ridings were to a certain extent shelved through the action of twenty thrce:ratcpayvers' if the We4t 1iding demanding a poll. It is qllite true thle a:lppel tliat is to be 'niade to the ra?telpaers oi the 20th inst. im?a haive the effect of turning tl titables oil the discontented ones. This 'and other matters bring the need of the nuich talked of severance iquestlon' imore prominelitly to the fronit. cldeilyv showingl thaat the :intereests of tlhe North and - East Ridings :arec not. ill sylmplthy wlith [the West. Whether tile ictioin of the ratepalyer. inl the Nortlh Riding iln comling'1to tite Cioii chsin of petitioning for ' severanice and fortming a shire of their own will complicate mnatters remains to .be seCn. In ouropliinioi it im a' certailiv tythat the Minister will ...

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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. Howard and Scott report:-Duadenong Market, Tuesday, 5thl MiLrch.-- Dairy cattle: A good supply of milkers forward but only a medium number of springers. Competition was agtin brisk for really good cows, milkers selling up to ..11; springers to £S' lis;, the arket"t all roind sliowing very little alteration. Diy cows were well repreisented and sold up to tt. Young stock: Very few in and mostly superior quality which were dull of sale at slightly easier quotations. Pigs : A large supply of all descriptions, prices generally showing some improvemlent, ibaoners to 50s, porkers to :l.s. Stores : Best to 2.s, meditum to17s, slips to 12s, suckers from 7s to 12s (il. A good supply of calves which sold readily at a slight advance.' We: also report having held our usual monthly sales at Poowong tand Tanti, t good number of stock changing hands at satisfactory prices. 'We also report having held a clearing sale on account of 3r William Hutchinson, IBushy Park, Hastings, disposin...

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CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED. MOHAWKS v BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

CBIC KEE. -MATCHES P'LATED. 'MOilHAWKS u IiALARRINiiG. A mantch ,was play ed .on Satuiday ist, bctweentlih abie-nanedctibi o.il he 'gound of the latter. Tho ..home camn -'ciiit tfirst to the wiL:keti;-but' cere quickly disposed of owing to the exceptionally good bowlingof r. Blaker ie having taken six wickets fori't w 'nl, anid Hlollier two for. six, the 1nnm11I )closiig for': .1' rm.i.ik (Tho' Visitors were successful in putting ogethre 4 Scotr t i l~i ker .W11L; imil Irul? inig 7, being the principal :corers. Planck took the bowling lonors with four wickets for eihlit unis.. /]3aiiaiiig, ilii theiLr's id milinugs imade a much better stand, compiling 6(i. before the I.st wicket ell. F'.iStiuldp itli25 toi.hiis e.dit ilayed good cricket. Thi left the Avrohawks 31 to win, whiich they com piled with the loss of seven wvickets. ' • , -TO-J>.A;'S. LTci llri.S. F.ILN.sTON V MIORiiiXN(TON. Tlhe alove-inamed clubs are engaged to play at Mornington this afternoon. 'he follotingri?'ill;'b...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

"-OMI N-CATHOIC"CHU URCH" ""' A meeting having for its object the reduction of the debt due on the Roman ?iitholic Church, Frankstoo, was hold at Kr M.eYb)dn 'a j'iergHotddý`n Thnrsdays evenmng at iglh "o'lck'. There were everal ladies and gentlemen present. Mr iarbetti was voted to the chair, and having1ff4lly pxplalnedl thoo\objct of the meeting, at`s rbsol.d that a conccrt~be held on Easter i`fonloday nigit its a prelim= inary to a bazaur. It was also decided that a bazaar be held on Thursda?y,! fIiM Lst, in the Mechanics' Institute, and bhe aontinued for the two following days. Those and several other propositions being :arried unanimously, a larme and linfluen l ltoilcoihnite of df!dies; win lformed, -ton aerry out the arrangements. A gieat deal f enthusiasm was shown, and both bazaar md concert promise to be a great success. Votes of thanks having been passe.tot be ;hairman and the ladies for their attend' nIce, the meeting adjourned until !hursday evening, 13th March, at 8 p....

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. March. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (From the Melbourne Papers.) AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. SMarch& 3. It is understood that Prince Bis inarck'swithdriwal fro his resignation of the Chancellorship of the (Gcrinal Enpire is due to the Emperor William having" consented to dispense with the private consuls of his former. tutor Dr Hinxpeter. .. OPENING OF THE FIRTH OF FORTH BRIDGE. i March. 3. 1.11t.H. thePrince of Wales, the Duke of FAinburgh,:. :ad Prince George of lVales are leaving Londoi to-day to be present at the opening of the Firth of Forth *Bridge. * aM. Eiffel aid mamny othler eniincent engiueers are expected to attend; AFFAIRS IN BULGARIA..' SMaich. 3, The :JBulgarian Goversnmeint have invitedl the Porte-to -::ndeavour to induce the Great Powers to rceognise Ferdinand as monarch of Bulgaria. THE S.S. MENMUIR MISSING. 3Marelh 3. The 3emmnuir, E. and A. s.s., 1,287 tons, of London, which left Brisbane on 2nd 'Februariy, for HIong Kong, has not yet arrived at this port, and is two weeks overdu...

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ST PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

ST PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENG LAND CONCERT, FRANKSTON:. - F'or severai.. weeks o?our respected townsiiien,. Messrs W. IH O'Grady aind G. Bennett," have been working energetically it conjunition with several ladies and gentlemen from the city for the purliose if giving a concert and ientertaininenlt, the proceeds of which are to bei gien for the benefit of the above churchl. The entertainment took place on We1diiesdaiy cvediiinglast in the Mechanics' Institutet liefore a large audience, and the inmniner the different'inunbers oni the progrannme were presented reflected great crelit upon each one that took part, showing that each lady and gentlemanu had spared iio effort to niake thelIrograunle a success, and too mluch praise canllot be given them. In the absence of J'. Grice, Esq, J..P., who l vas linable to be piresent, the chair wa:s taken by Cr Souter,.f.P.,.wiho did excellent service in initlrducing the singei's to the audlieice. The first number on the programinme was an overture on t...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

M1AILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. From 3n1ornittgton-U. a .ml. and 1 p.m.i Froml Drora;an:L--!. na.m. Fromiz Someaurvilleo ;nd H ultings-1 p.Im. From Cowes iand Scn RIemuo--Mondaly, Wednesday and Frib ty-1 pFm:

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

.A iLAC mleetilnginuiler the auspices of tlhe Mentoio. Raling Club will be held at th ii ?? local recourse o i; WeCdnesdar ii\st tihbl 12tlih': W ;st. ith a :cardn:of secive evcis ; to rnii L oflTf, nd over a l>iidtindre i»us inioium w lih! *r'' tihe naiies of sonic fiirst-cluss liorses, ai good (dal' Ispiort: ni be rmectl. hue (6iv's, i Slibr? ;€ Tile"[. usiin Otraninsecric& eu ,iithlese 'occ-asions will be obseemd.i ' 41

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

GENERAL POST OFFICE. JAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne--7.4: a.m.-12 noon 8.20 p).m For Moniington-.-!9.3 aa.ni.-2.15 p.m. ForDronumna-.-1.45 aum. For Somnerillco-9.43 a.r 11. For Hastingti-9.45 a.m. For Cowes iand San Rcmo-Tuesdny, T'hursday amnd Satnrd..ty -9.- it.lrl.

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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.—D. M.S.] THE FRANKSTON CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

LWL trec ilways ratly to iblishii cnrrctiosldcnuc on imatters of interest, but do not lholl mtrselrvc reori*sllible for the olpuiois a cxpresled by- our CorreonIideutst.-Eaa. M.S.I THE FRANKSTON CEMETERY. To rnl EDIrrot Siml,--I w;s cousiderallya surprisdct ulun reilding your * correslondlnit's . letter, ''* llumaiiity," in your Iist issue, tiat becaiuse I advocated the closing of the Frankstoi Cemetery I ain to be lccuised of Atheism. My reason for brningig ;this before the public is not with the intntition of wounding any one's feelings, but because I oa1 convinced the present ceimetery is a disgrace to a civilized coninunity, ind also a1 source of dainger It is acknowledged to be unsafe to walk through becauise it is stich a splendid arbor for siakeis, .and we bllieve should it fire break'occurthere it wouild be themiieaunsof burning soitaion out iii the neigblorhood, iand destroying tih labor of years. To cluier aind place the ground in anythiig liko a 11satisfactor'y tato would...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 March 1890

, PFLINDERS AND KANGCERONG.. lcet:ts at DronmLna the. last Saturday' ib each .umonth. PRESu DiNrT: T. O. :Martin. Cousccrm.os: a;st Riding-D. Mairs, J.P., A. Down ,ward J.1, J.P. .:Stanley.. Centre Riding--T. 0. Martin, J. C. Grifliths, Wr Brown. est Riding-- W. "Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. CaiL, J.P. SSECMrrCAnY: Peter Nowlan. T a 3Das.SUREgn: 'T,. B: Mimnt.

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