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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

IAS.TINYGS. (FroM Oca OWN CORBESPONDENT.) On Wednesday last the death of Mr William Paterson, senr, took place at his residence, Tjabb, after a brief illness. The deceased was one of the early pioneers of lfasting"s. For many Years he occupied the position of beputp.tegistrar of the district, and was well known in religious circles as a zealous member of the Wesleyan denomination, having been a local preacher for the last twenty years, and was an active worker until his 82 years began to tell on him. The fsneral took place on Friday last, the large number that followed the remains to their lats resting place evincing the respect in which the deceased was held by the residents of the locality: The Rev R: O. Cook, of Frankston. conducted the burial service,andat its conclusion gave a brief but homely address, which was listened to with interest by those who stood arouud the open grave. A gratifying incident has taken place in connection with the unfortun ate drowning of Geor-e Whitehe...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

FLINDERS. (Faou ous ows COBasrrONDENT.) Sonie very fine specimens of the lovely. nautilus shell has lately been found on the beach at FPhnders. They were brought in by the easterly winds which have been prevalent in that quarter. Mr R. Barton, of the Royal Mint, (on a visit) secured a very hand some pair, of which he is justly proud. Other visitors were equally fortunate. The gentlemen proposed for the Justice of the Peace-ship for Flinders is Mr. William Meagrave, and it is generally believed he will be appointed the petition.- in support having been largely signed by the residents, The; countananee and support of theShireh Council s reqlested.,

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CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

CRICKIETJ To-DAY's MATCHES. Tha: lindeirs teami ally foirth to Balnnrring to.'dayto: do battle with the locial clubtthere.. The following will lre1resent - li ideir :-i= Adams, Bedell. :Brown,- Clayton, Dillon Pull ig, (G. 'YlPaiik,; .ieev'es, egreaeii , Warreli anid another A TCHEI PLAY ED.' S; A very interestilg g 'inie ,'of cricket was. plhaed .at: Hastiutgs, on' tLaturdav l?st betiwei a i' taiirt toi?en fromn1Albert: Park called the Raimlhier and a. local teal. Th'e visitorsi went to . the wickets first, and were all disposed of for S7 runs. Hiaistiii ;followed, but were unable to play oit, the iilngs. They scored 62 runs for sevenrwiickets

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LOCAL MARKETS. Tuesday, 11th March, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. Tucsday, 11th March, 1890. Howard and Scott report :- Dairy cattle--Really good milkers were in brisk demand, and sold from £8 7s 6d to £12 10; first-class sprinigers also 'met, with good competition at advanced rates; store cows and young stock very few in, and market dull. Pigs-We have to quote a reduction in all classes. Porkers made up to 35s; small do, 20s to 27s; stores, very few in, best from 16s to 20s; suckers, is 6d to 11s. Calves--A medium supply, best selling at a slight advance on late rates. We also report having held our usual monthly sal. at Cranborne, a small number of stock being yarded, principally store and young cattle. We quitted a fair nmnber at satis factory prices.

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EPSOM RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

EPSOOIE RACING CLUB - -4-- IThe following entries ,were received on Monday for ithe imeeting to be held ,on; Tuesday, the 11th inst: HURDLE RACE-Aboutbne mile and~d hlfl Willie Crusoe Doubtful: : Firebrand. Lady Wilde Sahara Bonnie Chester. Toka Ballarat Daylight King Louis Dangler Laust Request Bosh Shanks Yatapa BARKLEY HANDICAP.-Five furlongs and . twenty yards,. Tommy Dodd Saucy Maggie Play Boy Fair Lawn The Rat Paddy Lula Mort Avis Naip Tongola Tarad ale : ..... , Juno Lena Colleen Bawn SELLINO RACE-Five furlongs and a half. Syphon W. E. Gladstone Ormonde Stafford Warifeld .Rebellion Evergr en Moss Ros Hogmany .. Moonstone; CHUTrE HAmCA'P-About five furlongs and a quarter. Master Gus Oracle Florence " : Nelly Stumpy ". .:Rubye: . L. Mizpah: Hermit Louie Meg : Pickle Silver . ,.. Bess Release Hercules Moonstone (late D M) Oh My Tommliy Hetta TRasi. sTAEwSi-Five furloi;gs. i Driffield. The Seine Goolagong Spud (laeo Muscate) Lidy Agnes. Mikado II (late Collich Rouch Mikado Richme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

Notices. " + I \{ i rrt " r FOR FURNITURE. GO. OAAUSOEN & Go, 104, 106, 108Blourke Street CLA.USCEN & CO. tilt:sl.illL..s V% iroo S nirig It.trt'4. I IcIjkI IlviImei SuIteiTri - \Cire t~llriur \lnttnr'l' : II ir aum:'in bre~ MIttrasce4 Ij· mle9I ui iin i *m Pel. s : !iilr lcutnl :ntd~ (:arpet, ,;,"~ :' Curt ai:. nut TI mIde (.m~erer ( ;n l u mm , I ,n.\ a i re a a r Lonci t :jlrira. ifmr.Ntt Cia-li c 'CALL "f'.1. 'I VI'F"1: E~llt I.NiIh \: ' i" IHj . ' _ -Write ,, " rcsll i I f llro Sr New 111nstr. t` SG. C I M.SCC E S.&.CO.:rd: Doerir Ittrr. wppwitr Frdirn :1 -41 1im t(IlJ')Ii (± 'Fl., - i .1 : ,' ( r t, ..' ;t. " si TIHE "tXoruing 111 $taujdauila" 01 & 103 Ch e,,t st., O poasitci < C, 'rpp 'esnn, o uiapnqv R. TRENGOYE'S GREAT. COMMENCES ON JUNE th 1889, * AND WILIT CONTINUM FOR 'ONE MONTH ONLY. 1 is I I. in a comllldsori Salec, before e i largini ?Pitllti. .sandi aecessurilr the Goids 'iidTIsflti he'l.l; a'tliff'i hlls-iiff ·ine down,. Th...

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DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT AT HASTINGS. -Byj the death iooftMr W. 'L Patterson Hastings has lost one of its early pioneers. The deceased gentleman at the time of his death was 82 years of age, 37 of which he spent in Victoria. In the year 18?0 he - took up his residence at Hastings, and remained there untilthe time of his death. or a period of 30 years. During a greater portion of this time he held several official appointments, such as Deputy-Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Vaccination, Deputy Electoral Registrar, and for 15 or 16 years he kept the rain gauge for the Government Astronomer, and at one time was also rate collector for the Shire of Mornington. Until lately he was a very active member of the Wesleyan Church. and was a most acceptable local preacher, being well. known throughout the Berwick circuit as renmrkable for his faithfulness to the cause he represented, and he was never known to miss a single meeting or fail in an appointment except through eatreme inclenmncy of ...

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CONCERT AT BALNARRING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

CONCERT AT. IIATLNARRING On Tiesday the 9th inst;, a most successful concert was given in Van suylai'aiHall, iii aid of the funds of the Anglican and . Presbyterian Churches. There was a splendid gathering and the wonder was where did all the people come from. The Rev Mce Bride occupied the chair, and was ably assisted by the Rev Johnson. The first on the pro gramme was a pianoforte duet by Mr and Mrs Millar, very nicely rendered followed by a song " For Me " by Miss Sage, whose efforts were well received and greatly appreciated. Mr O'Grady then sang a song in his usuaj style, followed by a duet by Mr aid Mrs "Millar w~high wlls hlodly applauided, the next on the programme was a duet by the Rev and Miss Johnson, which was nicely rendered. " The Dear Little Shamrock" was then sunlg by Mr Worrall, which was well received, "The Miller and the Maid" by Miss Alechin was aung with such effect, that an encore was demanded and' responded to. A song by Miss Finly, was nicely sung, followedl ...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. "THE TIMES" PARNELL COMMISSION. March. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (PFrom the Melboerne Papers.) "THE- TIMES" PARNELL COMMIS SION. March. 8. . . ;Tennings, Conservative membernfor. Stockport, gave notice yesterday-iti the House of Commons of an addition to the motion brought forwalrdi by Mr W. H. Smith for receiviig the report of the Judical Commission. The supplementary motion censures those. responsible for bringing against the Parnellites an aceueatioti of complicity in murder, based upon the evidence of forged letters. It is well knownl that Mr Jenning's action in this matter is taken at the pronimting of Lord Randolph Church hill, and it is expected that several of the Unionist members will give the motion their support on a division. THE, VICTORIAN DIVORCE BILL. March. 8. The Tablet, -the leading Roman Catholic organ in.London, publishes an :article with reference to the Victoriia Divorce Bill, blaming the Aingliciin Church in Australia for not having strangled the.. measure at an eairlier stage. March. 10. Notice-has been ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on mutters 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 — 15 March 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. IWe ore nlways ready to publish corresponudence on mutters ot interest, but do not bold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Cuorrespondents.--E. M.8.] To THE EDITOR Sia,-I was both surprised and amused at your correspondent "Resident's" answer to my letter, that he should say I accuse him of Atheism when I merely asked a question which should have read, "Or is he able etc.," and amused at his evident desire to ignore the latter part of the pro position in his former letter, " to utilize it for some other purpose." Had he pro' posed to close the cemetry. I should have been altogether silent, Iut the utilizing it for some other purpose, wais to my mind too suggestive of the way the ashes of the slatin in battle of bye gone days is utilized. And how was I or anyone else to know whether thoughts of a luxurious market garden, or nice little orchard was not in resident's mind when he wrote, and as to entailing such an expense to clear the place "Residen...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

F?B?IT aROWIaYG IYDI?STRY. A number of experiments were made in the Exhibition grounds on Saturday with a view to dleciding on the' best means of destroying the small insect pests which do so much damage mn the agricultural districts of the colony. Mr Charles French, the Government entomologist, has devoted a _reat deal of time and study to the suject during the past few ironths, and he is hopeful o finding a satisfac tory method of dealing with these de4pr~jye Ijtt!e creatures. Three di~eei) j!leti??l4ev ,-ere tried on $aturdnay uuorqnlqg, qianiely. beqgole emulsion, oaesonllp eznlugfioi .ad Qzuibelfl' niaxture, The liquids were diluted uonsiderably with water- and then sprayed on to a number of shrubs in theolxhibition grounds which were infested with scale Insects and a blight of various kinds. The plants operated on were then carefully tieketed so as to record the nature of the remedy used and the anount of'dilution with water. An examination will be made in the: course of a day...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

GJNJ.IAT1 PO rST OFFICE.: OMAILS CLOSE AT PRANKSTON AS UNDER. For M fr1hourno -7. .V 12.- noon FoI rorniuiton-t t...i ;.1n.-2.13i p.11. For Droinqni 'I -t. .For SoizwrviIlie-9.4.5 a.m.: For Corers 1 ilit San Remno-Tuesday, Tiknrsdmy ni Satnrdnay -9.4.i ao.1

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FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. Mfo?n?u M.UcS 10, 1890.o. HeialthOfficer a Beissieli--This ease (Before Mr Hare, P.M.; and Metssrs Thompson,'. Souter, X. Jones, and Captain Baxter, J's.P.). was adjourned from last sitting, and was again remanded until next Court day. ABUSIVE LANG(UAE. Fox a Downward.-This case arose through a dispute. The defendant having placed a number of sheep in the Frankston Park, Mr Fox told him this should not be done, as it would he the means of doing great damage to the tiees and shrubs, and informed him the sheep would have to come out. This seenms to have annoyed Mr Downward, who then commenced abusing the plaintiff for interfering, calling hint an upstart, insolent puppy, and several other similar names. Several .witnesses were called, who upheld. Mr Fox's statement. For the defence it was alleged that it had been the practice for years for people to turn their sheep and cattle into the park without interference. When Mr Fox told him the sheep would have to be t...

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FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

FRANKSTON, TO MELIIOUBSE " ':SUNDAYS. F.inkston. dei.S.2 i.Li12.2 p. Melb]]olurne, atrr.--]o.4' ~.l l.O |}11

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MR R. SEMPLE'S LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

MR1 R. SEMPLE'S LECTIURE On Thursday evening last at the Temperance Hall, Frankaton,. Mr Senplo addressed a very fair gathering on the broad principle of Temperance. The Rev R. O. Cook occupied the chair. who after the ulsal opening exercises, briefly introduced the lecturer to the audience. Mr Semple after a few humurous remarks, re gardiing clergymen and long sermons, said Ins minsslon there was to plead the cause of temporance, to show them the many miseries that was brought on homes alld families through intem perance, and would also point out to them the advantages of temperance. He intended speaking plain, and they would find that he wold call a spade a spade, He did not consider the clergy and temperance workers were doing all they ought to do in regard to this great evil. The lecturer then referred to the experiences of the early temperanmce advocates, when they had to withstand ridicule reproach, and sometimes force. Reference was also made to some of the scenes that are pu...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

SITIIIIES' DIRECT ORY. NOiONINNdTON: MwIts': in ,Mrnington Slhiro hall the Sittui'd y Ieforf full moon. A. Downwrdl, J P* .,tuCotraacua omn, ' North Riding-J. P . o C Souter., J.P.. anail C. J. lox z(mnkmsion ) East Ridiu.-il. it. meddle. (If matiuns). J. Sarwyr (Mlorninmtoi), T. TIhorinAll (Soerrville).. WVest Ridi.ng-J. E. Ad inus. A. Doww~inrd. J.i'., W. Ml. Irvine, J. I (Mlorinzgton). SE·ILnrrILY ANN) EINXOI:Ei&: 11. E. 3ulooms (Morniagton)

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

I MAILS DELI VEIlED Al FR ýKSTON. Froma L hoii sic-!I a iii and s p inm From Morninigtu.-J. a n. tall; p m.. Fromt Draiinian~i=!i aim ` ' Fromta Somerivill' and laistin.s- 1 pi.. From Cowes ,and Smin :amaO-Monday, Wednedsidy : nd FrLiday-1 p III

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

MeLts it 1)iow ii,:l tLite list 'Saturday i-. T. U..1tmi. COI lC!LLOnid Li.as 1L.iii ) :I iis. J.1'. A. Dorn l".iid; J:1.' 1Li St~inksy Centre !iiling-t". 0. 111 tin, i . C. tGriiflith; W.YiBirowni:n. Wecst 1Liding-W. PlYtttoin, it. Anderson, "· J.P., J. Cain, J1n.. · . : . " SECEETAar: Ci:E .. Peter Nowlan. T.I.VIS~Liltz

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

SrONEY. POINT TO FRANKSTONtAND MELBOURNE. Stone3 Point dep-7.11) a.imi.-11.40J-6.5O pm'-)12"W ..yi.t i Cr11) roint tepi.) e.3 n~in.- 11.48 - 6.53 Bittern dep-s am.m.-11.80.-7 p~nº.-9.22.P Hastings, iloj -8O.III.--1l.5:0-7.UOp.III. TyaJIb- dop.- S.11 a.in:-1.-i .: Soiiiarville;- lIep-8 19 i 12I p ni Moinington -Jonetion, 'dep. S;_.i' n 5 h. Lin'giwarrin. delp- .:;zVn 32.2 p'm. Fri nkston, ri -S. 143 wu.-2 p.ii -, Fr~inkston.r _ dop.-Y.:,ll a~n.-12:1.5 p.m.. i.io-1o.. 1 Melibnriii trr 143 0.i i *) i-.p iii 14 Ii

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STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

STONEY- POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND .: 1 HASTINGS. ", +.' Molborne,:dep:.-0 i.m: - 12.20 p.m. Frankston, :.arr.-10.'20: O .ii.-1 40' p.m. Frimnkston, -dep.10.35 i.m.-1.54 pan.-m. _8.12-11.3i r 4 f } l. H ) :iangwarrin, dep.-10.49 a.: - 2 p.m. 5-,? .22.--11.'20. . o , Morriington Junctioi, depZ."10.49. a.ni.' 2.24 p.m-8.25-11r.24: Som?rville, dep.-10.53 a n.m.-2. 1 p.m.?n 8.32-11.30 Tyahh, dep.-11.1 a.m.-2.16 pam.-8.4 5 11.3t; . . .. Hastings. arr -11 I.8 a.m.-2:'.23 ip.m.-8.45 =114 1. Bittern, arr-11.1 a i. 2 29p.m.-8.51-- ' 11.4 . .:, , ,,. , . . . Crib, Point arr.-1l21 aim.-2.6 p).m. 8..i-11.), j Stone- Point arr.--11.25 .n.m --2.-0 10 a, .2-'12.

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