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Frankston Fire Brigade. A VISIT FROM SUPERINTENDENT STEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Frankston ,-Fire, Brigade. A VIsrr waosr SUPERINTENDENT" STEIN.. Somen shorttime back a lmovment for' the establishment of a Fire Frigade at Frankston was instituted, and of the preliminary arrangements office-bearers' were elected and members enrolled. Of the other part of the business the purchasing of an engine, the erection of engine-house and alarm bell, .it was thought wise to defer until the opinion on these matters of some thoroughly practical man could be obtained. With that view Captain Stephens opened up negotiations with Superintendent Stein, of the lMetro politan Fire Brigade, and that gentleman very graciously consented to pay Frank ston a visit, and give the newly-formed Fire Brigade the benefit of his advise on these matters. He arrived in Frankston on Saturday morning last, accompanied by Mr Campbell, representative of Messrs Shand and Co., manufacturers of Fire Engines, &c., and was at once taken in hand by the Superintendent (Cr Fox), the Captain (Mr Steph...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
1 L ýNDEiS AND, KANGEILONG. L its at Droarini. the:. 1:st Saturday iv each month. - 1~rPr.s-DL'NT:.~ I T2 0. N~artin. COU\cILLOILS: East ldzin'-D. M Iirs, JT.P.. A. Down ni;ul. .T.\., N~. 3tn'iirv. Centre Ni.intrg-'i2. 0. MLutin, j. C. Grilfiths. W. irown. West I1ihing_ -W.·.lt l t·lrsm1. Anderson, J.P.. T. Cain. J.P. Socaursar: Prtrr' NnwiL. Tarn.tuiiarac: T. Bi. M ntz.
Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Somerville. (Flioi. ou R ows CoaRRESPONDENT.) The concert held at Somerville on Friday evening, the 11th iust., was a very decided success, and the funds of the Cricket= Club, for which it was given. henefitted to the amount of £5 10s. A large number of Frankston people drove down in traps, and rendered very consider able' assistance to the Somerville people, for which they wish to express their hearty thanks. The chair was occupied by Mr Benson, who acquitted himself splendidly. Mr Beddo, in his rendering of a French song' amused the audience very much. Mr Vincent sang two songs and was well received;.- In the side-splittine Irish song "Miss Houlighan's Cake," Mr l'Reilly was deservedly encored, and sang "McCarthy's Mare," which was greatly enjoyed by the audience. Miss Heyward sang with her usual effectiveness. Mr and Mrs Mason were encored for their excellent rendering of ."Curfew Bell," but did not respond. Miss Gommn's efforts were very much appreciated. Mr Barton was very enth...
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
PHILLIP ISLAND AND :WOOLAMAT: MeetsI t Grantvill 't1. Situirda- neairtet full toono WIIIn ITlarison, J.P. t. COUNhCILLORS - " Island "Rtidin"-W1 V iniauson ) J.P,1 T. McFet, J.P.. John Weot. Iiooluiau Eiduin.'g-J. D;aly, P.-Anderson;" Jtuicu Hoddtldnt; T.P J. Corintella Riding-J. "C .'Ilock, Jantes Clauke. J.P., S. Keys. SECRETARY,' CLERK OFrWORKS, Ac. II. Bonwick, , Saui tl. eo. Cottncillors 'rotire hintheorddr in i.1uch thein niaiiuuuesnuui punttc.1 -; Tlhe irstnrt i rut ing in''August neati yea utand,'* tn.ah! mucocedliugr y.:a
HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
HASTINGS TO FRANKSTON AND IMELBOURINE. Hastings, dep.-8.ua.m.--11..0-7.0p.mn. 9.15. Somerville, dep.--8.18 a.m.-12.8 p.m. 7.18-9.2:1. Mornington Junction, dep.-S.27 a.m. 12.17 p.m.-7.27-!l.32 Langwarrin, dep.-t8.31 a.m.-12.21 p.m. 7.31--9.31. Frankston, arr.-S.411 a.m.-12.310 p.m. 7.40-11.4.5. Fmnkston, dep.-5.50 a.51 .-12..3 p.m. 7.57-10.0. 3Melhourne, dep.-10.10a.m.-2.0p.mu.-t.l17 -11.15.
CRIB POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
CRIB POINT LINE. MELBOURNE "TO FRANKSTON AND) HASTINGS. Melhouirne, ' dep.-i0 IaI.m.-12.20 p.-n. Fnrnkston, ' lrr.-10.30 a.nt.-1.40 p.n.- 7.55-10.55. Frankston. dep.--10.,? a.Lm.-1.50 pa.11. 8.12-11.5. L;ngwarrin, dep.-10.54 a.an:-1.:5) p.m. 8.21-1.14. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.58 a.mt. 2.3 p.nt.-8.25-11.18. Somnerrille, dep.-11.7 a.n.-2.12 p.m. 8.34-11.27 Tynhh, dep.--1.15 a.m.-2.20 p.m.--.42 11.35. Hastings, dep.-11.25 an.m.-2.30 p.m.-8.52 -11.45.
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. Mornington,dep.-.7.44M.fI.-l.2.O}.P.;p1' -7.10--9.15. Moorooduc, dep.-7.:3 a.mn.-12.13 p.m. 4.18-7.2:3-9º.28. Mornington Junction, dcp.-S.5 a:m. Lnngw arrin, d.p.-8.1.t) i.0l-i±3O pam. 4.:5-7.40-9.4:5. Frankston, arr.-8.20 a.n.-12.40i pi. 4.4.573-.3 Frainkston, dtep.-7.2i a.im.-S.27.-85O 12. 45p in21-.-kl-.-lJO Melbourne-arr. 8.4O n.in.-iI.44J-10.lo -2.1 p.n.-ý3.31-3.10-i-.10-9.1l-1.15.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND SMORNINGTON. Melbourine, dep.57.1oii.in.:-At.10-12.20 Frankston, arr.-S.27 nan.-10.30-1.40 p..--2.40-3.35-60.5-7.55-10.55- 12.43. Friinkston, dep.-10.35 n.nm.-2.43 p.m. 6.10-1?.- 2.50. Langwarrin, dep.-10.43 a.m.--2.55 p.n. 6.20-8.12-1.0. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.50 am. 3.0 p.m.-;-.25-8.17-1.5. Mooroodtc, dep.-11.2 a.m.-3.12 p.m. 6.17-8.29-1.17. Mornington, arr.-11.13 a.m.-3.25 p.m.- 6.50-8.42-1.30. *Those marked with an asterisk run through to Mornington.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Everyone Ought to Insnro Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY O, AUSTRALASIA, HEan 099:c: Ccner of COLL:::. an DL, n L .ir ST'na"ea, MELBOURNE. D nacrons: TnonrAs MIcunrA,'Esq., J.P., Chllrman. THos. ArLsro, EsQ., J. P., Vice-Clirimaln. MATTHEW LA::G, EsQ., J.P. (Mayor of Melhournc). G. D. Cai?nR , Es.:, ILP. R. G. BENSozi, EJQ, .IP. Hoi:.-C.'J. Hiir, M.L.C; LOWEST CURRENT, RITES O`' PREMIUM. -.:Biirs and Gcr s Expl sions Covered Without Extra-.Charge.:,.;. ... .,WILLIA3M ,MACREDIE, SSecretary. Agent for Frankston-MAmB BEOD :.; Agent for Mornington-J. E. WonEaEL.. G. ,E. ROGERS PiLYNE ST nE.r .,F RA.NKSTON. BDEGS to return thanks to bis numerouns .APr patrons - aind ptiblii. generally; of Frankston; and isurrounding Suburbs for the very lihberalsuPlort accorded: him for the last. seven years, asnd` desires ,to intimiat that hli'still' intends? to keep ai large and well-assorted Stock 'of General and. ,-Furnishiing I?Jronsgioieery Chinal Glass and Earthenware, and sell the s...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
SIIIRI;S' -DIRECTORY. NORNINGTON.~J Neets in M1or;;xn--toii Shire II1. tih, Saturtl y 1nrfoc. full miioon. A. Downwaird. J.P. C"USCtr.LOUS : North Idiiin,-J. I). IBox. C. Sotnr. J.P., 0211 C. .1. F".x (Fra:iksolt). E-tst ]ldie.1-TI. 1t. 1'eddle (I Isitiugo), J.1 1Saooyc, (2-lroihiiton). T. Thozm,,hh --_. (SonuIIrtilleL Wtsot Ridhing _J. B.t."m. Alih."ouwrt J.1'., W. DI. Irvine J.P. 1ýMornington). .I:Cl11TAwn AND 1 \E1\E12 U.-E "Moors (11lorningion!.
Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Nornington. (FRom 00o OWN CORESPONDENT.) There is 'little of importance to report from here since my last. Business being fairly brisk, and so far as investment in 'land, with a view to permanent residence and settlement on and near the township, is concerned, a marked improvement is observable and confidence as to the future. Several enquiries for eligible sites for houses having been made during the past week. The Messrs Marshall Bros., contractors for repairs to our jetty, expect to finally complete same within a week if the weather permits. The work having been sub stantially executed, and likely to prove of a valuable nature. Our residents are look ing forward to the extension and additions as recently promised by the Hon. the Commissioner of Customs. Of course this will be a work that cannot be completed in time for the ensmung summer season, but with the railway facilities for travel ling its inlmediato completion is not of such pressing importance as it it otherwise would ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
iiY OM WEBBD& SONS LIzMITED. - - The Largest Glass and Pottery Galleries in the . Southern Hemisphere. 55-COQLINS ST. BAST-55 MELBOURNE. NOVELTIES Arriving by almost every Mail. THE LATEST BEING New Siam Troughs and Burniese 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. YOUNGHUSBAND & CO. O O. , SELLING BROKERS, M*AK z CASU ADVANCES Personal Supervision over all Consignments. Auction Sales Daily. Account Sales Promptly. No Cartage from Railway Station Charged. MELBOURNE THE DEFIES HE CHAMPION COMPETITION. OF THE I VICTORIES X:,':XJI) )Uý:] t WOOLD. The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON .887-8. " i lJ'IIO\'EI IN ]'II il(; C(13 1'17 rl'ri?" AT 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE, LAST SEA. SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY....
News of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
News of the Day. We beg to inform our subscribers that, though this is only our third issue, we arcidinipelledl, thiro;'h wiat of sp:re, to omnit very mllny item.s of intere:t and iuliortne;ll e u,hve therefo'e, in order to more fulv, meet the requirement of th'e Peil'nsula, determined to ioi'ia:ise the size of our paper. 'The lidxt issue of the Srtx nI.u will h0 e a considerably larger sheet:. ";! A social irvcn hv the members of b"1 il:-.ton, oo tlurhsdav eveiinglast p::I$cd0ff ygery; pleafa itlt,.4ilhOut v0 ladies andi::igetllemen belr present. The ' t:blcg.wrc, .,presided .??er-bi the" Miise.llfeCoiimb (2), Searlbo'ii ir aind i:arei Aftei rfiill ljustiie hadli ben donie toii t .h' 'o0 g thiigs provided tli copip: tn Iiid lill in gI ne, `s.ad` thou follow ign lJadies gtld gentlemen i;en livenedi.vthe. piroceedings . b\" ,givingg songi na li "dreneitations --Missu Ml.ic Comb - ae " :. and C etk ts. Su!idev. F'..;Renot1ff lndidtephlus (reei tations.) .*, l .oether thesoid.al isas a...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
CRICKET.. The season wasinaugurtedat Somerville on Saturday last by finie wreather, when a scratch match (14 a side) was played between those members of . the club residing at Lower Somerville (oi Tyabb), and those residing at Somerville proper. The latter, who ?went firstIto the wickets, were not disposed of before they had obtained the respectable total of 72. The former only succeeded in making 64 runs, thus losing the match by 8. The fielding, notably behind the wickets, was very loose, but, doubtless will improve considerably after a little practice. There was nothing noticeable throughout the game with the exception of the batting of Hollier for Tyabb (32), and R. Westaway for Somer ville (16), both of whom 'showed :sound cricket i the bowling was not remarkable for averages, but amply sufficed to non plus the batsmen, of whomi only the two above mentioned attained double figures, while there was a more than fair proportion of zeros; the winning side was captained by John Gran...
Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 October 1889
Droimana. (FRosr ouR owN COIsRRESPONDENT.) An accident happened on Friday evening last to Mr L. Anderson's fish waggon, running between Rosebud and the Mornington Railway Station. Whilst travelling over Mount Martha some part of the harness gave way, and one of the horses being a young one took fright, and the pair became unmanageable. They &nbsp; were brought to a standstill by the waggon colliding with the bank on the roadside. The vehicle was overturned, and the baskets of fish were scattered in the road. Just at this time the evening coach to Dromana came up, and, with the help of the coach driver, Mr Anderson was able to set the waggon again in its proper position, and go on his way fortunately with little damage done. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Literary Association was held on Monday last in the Mechanics' Institute. The pro= ceedings -took the form of a:mock parlia= mentary election. There were five candi dates desirous of representing the electors of the...
DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889
NDENOG tr. Howard and Scott ro ort e - Lios.-Largc sipplyyatf 'll d(%1ij otis; primiei lsctiers'ro ii' parkers' hin "i ' in, demand at prices i'qual to late quotationsi stores. slips, and suckers met Ire rsly. sale large stores, rdabilirimo frbioim3s to M(iiid slips, 17s to 2Os, stuickers, Ss (id to P CALVES sold at about our last quotations, prima rnealgle'um"ln ii Pst in-deoindi DA rYr C 9.isss.-af' -Villi&lt; 'adi fdrward springoers lIten.dull olf icndjf'si.ng'u front ±5 lOs to Li 1is; inferior to In'd unm, £4 to 4t~i.lEf. ;illt :'th They also report having held th'" ir usti. 1 Rsales iat Auderson's mnlot.1Powlctt River, Newliiven, alnd - Sal itlo, dlispiOs'ng of over 3JO h1ad of cattle, lriniltdly store Itllocks and cows antil insiful 'ouiig inioed stock, on iccount of Mfs"sro Swift, Wiide. Emi-y, Anderson Bros., ,Laycock,, West, SSmit'i. B-gin :nd Co.. GCriadenii Hiidson andid Mickle, Roblinson, lBurton..Tit3y McGi' gmr, Leesoni. Da; D I is .%ili otles a fult inarkgt'ra...
HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889
HORSE Sall;DlR) TO tossresiios ra lilrl 11 'Isoci: 1 isE3.--Busilooiio:s dorg,1illii .week ii I''oel psirliculairly attIire. iutl coniltry Ihorses Itrive Ieoen ouining forwi'd fre:"l. T7':lr 'iiisdlooutiitus goodl for t ieltitotin aill cl;asses, althougihl :a sliglht. deoiil is notice hile in gonfoid t iltttt ii. tl ti i illa litllIVi.il t i-tl l lsx iih tic' lh ito frilns as tItwirro X3lst :::i5 Ul'psolndinu. Carl "iii e pairs are still t lnll \ wanted, andt.L sushiito chie tm t It jgtt fiorwars. Goodi Iigy dtli WtslV it'tiislll vet i1'o4 5sh~tS.0 an wlls.'..*ttaitl' not sou5)iql firm a~s they were last week. Upaf lst: ndin:;r rsi. Our r isirltti;ii s 11i u~jr l ;,ciso, 06111 (iiiiim s dCllo s.OliCel. 'li'ituoss: lions. lo Itos:n? · srisllt.dottiiclsiitigln las.t. 3 l:st;ct ratei. Ouroois.-Iu ii SIinot I ruu ito 011)1 ifsto.lktltiluh'l'tiwiig t~ii l'hi;.'iviy-'dlll31 ioist wl rukett i . 1_ t o .1ilio; -i'li:iiiii S rtt, t;i oniigtl tlio, iti irtlu it'tst; ujh io I licis. nS. Wishoi...
QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889
'Ihire wais ai 1;aige quantiit~iy of veg±tahllcs brought to market this jnx, ai sail del nilui i ni/ u4h filli ýow4 rkiccs tllm Ihave ruled in e v. ' Otlr produce was -i last reported, and prices gener.all wecre as follows:-t:Ilit .If.:4 1 uia (ill. '+Tam Vr. eTr.iii.Es.-AspiIai;IgIIs. is to .;s per (100; hg>,'(ht1 t(pp)ag, $(t peath .;:hoiutels1 :ls to Ss per dozen; cahhilalges, lid to 2s do; llowss("1 (s prl rAm 0cdlry, is to 2s p*r dozen; cress (water). 41 to lid per dozcn,14tltjtycph clleunlyt s (long spjng );il); to -'sipar hrace; horseradishl, is to 4s do; lettuce,:ld to ly .r.ie) dozci.en-il'J]riora, lid p'r dozen hniiches; mint, lid do; onions (driied). :id to dkl pl!r1li. do,(. (greeIn) itd to 2I pe'r dozen hliudies: parsley, (id to $d do p iirs'ljs s,.th l ltl i , .pp;Ds,. ý tit. 111.4 per It1111h,; poliitl' .cs, (s 1" $s per, cwt; do., new, pis to :i pp- cig e p.c rdlIsi }d to (id peri dozen liinteeli" ri i. I s to 's i.1 do; suge. ill, dng saýý y,(igi 1.glipiSper doze...
RETAIL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889
RETAIL MMU1IKETS. r(I)E F;'P w.R oa1sqotv(alitits woel are~Etti I g incl'ltrýt I ý}tthj;".is~,..pluntif fuL an aep ldruling rates p;.'oi j "r!~ BEEF, :id to lid per 1h; pork, lid to Sd (1o.: isukýion. pd~to.id dtu., .-I.:u,a nI:"u Pou.rurai.-Fowls, "is lid to 7o per pair; docks. (is~to· lid do:;+turki'y, ist;to'ols dco.; geese. 8s to lOs do. 1(0 IIY J. 102} cc:.- ~ll s ;t k to ,ts-. 1w lo 15 t . l". Oyet!5. il'1lo 71 .ly 1 k, hone}; 1k 0 ý 1 l, ;::ilk. .s to' per to 1$ (10.