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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
"SO iERILE.. . (F.no. ou?n ows Cou?s, osrmo:xr.) 'III SEIER.LxCE QUEISTION.-A mccting of ratepayers, convcned by Cr. 'Thornoll, wAcs hld at Somerville oil \dncisdiday cyrcuing.. lat...1..A. ToniC, i .P.. ?took tlhe cliir. ind br.iCly stated the: uestici hefotre thde meetiitg. Cr. Thornell further explained the Iposition t:aken iup by the, west and north ridings,'echl seekiiig for sover= ucee. A motion was pruposed by Mr. Thos: Uunthank,., sceonded by Mr. (Gr:uit, h'Žpressinig ceoncuren'e w'ith the lction taken by the west riding, ank whieh, if sueettful, .voulildnable the north and east to form a "shire, with, say, three ridings fairly repre scenting their districts. This met with the muln;iniouns approval, of the meet ing. .lThe loan qugeslioem Was also mooted, andl a genmeral opiionu was expressed that it shiould stand over until thesnerane qu estiOln was settled, A meeting is to be held at Ifu?tings on an early date,, to further discuss these matters.
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. March. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS.. (ProaaL the Mfelbourne Papers.) . THE TMINISTERIAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. March. 17. 31 de Freycinet, who Was enti-usted by Presidedit Carnlot With the forinia tion 'of a Ministry, li'has succeeded in his taski. -rom. wliit is at pircesnt known as to the personnel of the neW: Governunent, it will' include- most of the Ianaisters who held office aunder 31 Tirard, and will be virtually a rccon striiction of the late Cabinet: . . It is probable that 31 Constans, who resigned a fortnight ago owing to a difference with 31 Tiard is to to the appointmenit of a president of the Court of Cassation, will resume his portfolio as aMinister of the Interior. 31 RIourier, aMinister of ]inance, and 31 Eitienne, Mainister for the Colonies, are also likely to resume the s:ane ofllces under M dae Freycinet, while it Is expected that i3 Fallieres will exchange his portfolio as sMinister of Public lnstruction for that of Minister of aJustice. THE COLLIERX STRIKE IN ENGLAND. March. 15. The...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 22nd MARCH, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
"' Not timidly, nor raHly." PUBLISHED E'ERY SATUlRAY MORNING. 22nd MARCH, 1860. SiEVEr.g, years ago a former Commnis sioner of Railways repeatedly boasted that he was determincd to run the railways of the colony on " commnercial princiilles." With this object in view, we believe Parliamnent in its wisdom placed the management of the railways in the hands of three colnulissioners, and ignoring the established principles of the State, viz. " protectioln,"was not satisfied with local or colonial talent for its chairman, brought t gentleman fromn good Old ]England to. act in that capacity, for whinch office he is receiving a large salary. Whether the experi nuent of ignoring ollicers of the department, who were well acquainted with the requirements and working of our railway system, has been a success, it is not our province at preisent to determine. iut it needs neither argu mnent or logic to prove that the railway service from Pr'ince's Bridge to .ran'mk stoii is mlost defective, and ...
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG MALLRKET. Howard and Scott report, Tuesday, 18th ~nIarch, 1890.-Daury cattle: Short supply of cattle, and good cows being in demand. 3Milkers sold from £9 lOs to £121 10; medium, .L? to £(i 10s, and inferior from £4 to d5 10s. Best springers to £10 10s and mediumn £5 to £8. Very few dry cows yarded, and selling from 52s (id to 70s., and inferior sorts at lower prices. A short supply of all descriptions of pigs, and prime porkers sold at an advance on last week's quotations, and stores and suckers quitted very rapidly at lIte rates. Very few calves forward and were in de mald at advanced quotations.
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
?LINDERS ANh IKAN(G1dA)NU. i ccts at Dromiana the laitS Sa.: urdaiy i. (:loll. lllouth.1 T. 0. M~art in. COUNZI.,LOas: East hiding-D). 12nirs. J.1.'.. .A. Down ward, J:;P., It. Staiikey. Ccntre Iliing-T. 0. 3 ,Lfcitl, J. C. G riflith... V. Brun-nl. Nest ]Lidinlg-W. lPatterson, 1i. Anderson, J.P., .1. Cain, J.P'. Peter Nowlan. - T. 1I. Milnlltz.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
Let L i.i i:tisto ouir t.im," yelled : thll tcIemp)cL'rl,: icdiiicir . -f it iiot Wlst o1r1 tCiuti id deilgiig itlh thei ~ai ll sa4loos:iindl grog-slhops. Let uS go 'tO thoe feouiitai0thelid- :Let O.us go tei tihe brcwcry, imy frieidi.''" ,.I1 rightc'liidt il in ii. old .iodil ±fr1ii , i i;l?elaciCt " ol' ,witl you.i" DoiiieCraie lccoidiinio (iid itici havg.ninade rsoincthi?g :" siupreiiiely ' hideous aiid uicomlfortable for every body iwahvv 01ends by cliiiging to tlhi coat tili k of 'olic Msucessful;ci geibl. ii un . .la once aiked'i a T6irk to .lend hi ii ass. T?hei. Tuiii:k icpied, i _i 1 haveiiot ?. C ss here" \-ttho saoio monioiciCt' th i iiiiiial'begitI to biay iytii thlie:. tabl. '" Io". cria the mmnl "do. unot I hie ', your ass libraying ill.tlhi.Ctablle ?' ' h:itt,'" eried, the TuirlCin;ild yoii tlik;the t o:lt oae dl oJ e. s 10 inre orenice tonue ?i '
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
SIIRES' _DIR:ECTORY. MQRNrINGTON. Meets in Mlorininlto Shir, MIall the Saturday hco.ore full ,,oon. PILESIDE T : A. D)owLward, J.P.. Couxcm~Loes: North Riding-.J. D. Jiox, C. Sottcr, J.P., n:ud C. .. Fox (Franks on). East Ridin~-]I. It. I'eddle (A3astings), J. Sawyer (Morninzgton), T. TIornwll * (Somearville). West Riding-.J. E. Adams. A. Dowonwaird, J.T.P, W. Mf. Irvin, "..'. (Moiorinihgton). Hc. E. maoo::y. (Monin;to:
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
P11ILLI' ISLAND ANTI WOOLA5Air. Meets at Grautvrille the S:rturday nearest full moral. P?RESIDEr.T : Win. IIarb~sonj, J.p. COUNCU.LOeIs island Riding-W. liari ison. T.P. T. McFec, J.P., John West. Weoolamai IRiding-J. Dily, P. Andero LI, Jaunes lolddinotit, J.P. Corincll;a Riding-.. C. Tullockaa Jalns Chlarke. T.P., S. Keys. Sl?CerE'ARY, CIEiK O,' WORIKS, &C. . Il. Bonwiek, Sum. 1Remo. Councillors retire- in the order in whi ch their names are printed. The first ret ir ing in August next year a;d o:t each su:C ceeding year.
THE FRANKSTON CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
TI?E "F'AltNKSTON CEMETERY. To TH' EDrrIO:. Sir,--I have watched the correspoinlence on the shovo subject with considerable interest.: The arguments of "}hummanity," in immy opinion, are childish and weak, and •' Resident" Ihms all the best of it. I am glad this imatter haIs been brought before the public, and I would suggest that thlose huried there, until the MIetropolitanm Generai Cemetery is opened, should Ihe kept as close togetherl as possible. And, as soon as possile, close the old cemetery, and ma?ke it into aL botanical garden. or some other pulblic reserve. I .nm, Yours, EcS, COMMON SENSE.
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.—ED. M.S.] THE FRANKSTON CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
LPo'rre niahxys" re?d? to plobish eorreslpodence on natters of interest, bult do not hold ourselvcd responsible for the opinions expressed by our. Correspondents.-En. D.S. THE FIANKSTON CEMETERY. To TILE EDITOR Sir,-Your correspondent's letter in your last issue reminded mno of those persons who look at objects through coloured .glasses, and naturally evorythingi they see 'resexmbles' the' colour of the ghlses they wear. Evidently your correspondent, ¶C'ifuntiility;"'reiad 'ij iirst letter through mercenary spectacles, a and accordingly juiipod: to .tho'iconclusion tl;it:.ivhen I advocated closing the cemetery, and utilis ing it for some.other, purpose, iti mnst mean - pol'ids, shillings and pence.. Tie term I nscdi is t broad ,on,;; and' is cqnually appli cable to llany other objects besides a "luxurrint Imarket gardeln, nice little orchlard,',' &c.,. thatt youi, corrcespondlent seems so fotld.of. Ittuiruanity"' further says that " tie collmetery might have been in good ord...
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
(FRoMr oUl OwN COIESOISrENT.) Tl'he inin ii iieetinig of thlcFiiideiis 'mimnamtemu 1Mace Club, w:ashcmld on the I7th .inst., on the local curseroc under vtry-fm a ± ibln b ;ills mes,W ith the - (Clitiiln ot the heav:yrv r;ainm in the unortiiuii;'vl~iieh ,hiii lat1~iric vrc ero hecavy consequeintly the recorid was not wivat it " oidiht hpive been' The follow ing are tihe rcsults: It Lee's Sardino (Itcits'ion)::: ;:1 J. Ad.?mlns' Unfortunaito (Huitchinson) 2 D. James' Nimrod (Ymoung) yAn cmUIR IIANDICAr . C.". Gres, Hoetly (Huitolhinson) ..1 t. Lee's Snadino (ieMmuonlio)... ). James' Nimnrod (Yung) ... ...3 r.:G v : cssIiii my c us (LTulmmnso) 1n W. Brown's Belfist (Pimites)... JIN iv] 'n's Wci. imndion j(M&Im thou).. ,3 ]louuiflmrtliflst m aiate td.t m'ii'mt. iiANDICAP. C. (ut Sliiii.dii (owniu.ne) 1 Tin. 's Sardine (ownesr)' ' .. o (aves" ,; d'mt (bong)LLIR ;:lTnCECr o de(ug.: ..1 "+ 1Imret'83nse lie umump sDite CeONAIN umo SrAmcu. 3. Atd miis Unfortintie mo(llutndinsonm) 1 ...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
FRUIT GRIO7VYI.YG fI)?D ST.R2T Til t. lNIONs 6.h1.1,S Op A..I',1L1. We received last week too late for notico Messrs., oeeliig anud l[unt's report of their sales of imiported fruits, held at MonumnIt -buildinlgs, London, on .anitary 21. The catalogue 01co prised 4.000 barrels of Norvi Scotian appies, 0ýp:aekigestalalici, ifi' drin.s, sundry lots of pa:ulish olives, Africa n kola, nuts, N-aples, hordeaux, and FIrench wahlts, IlTurkey pointed nuts, Turkey filberts, and T:urkey round nuts. These American apples, as most of our realdrs know, are in barrLls containing about three: bushels. The prices ranged from 97s. per barrel down to half thlat amollunllt, exceptfor damaoged lots 1 i:thlsof: coaurse, weint prolportion:telyv lo;w. :BIldwilns in the Irgest -?siuply, and 71sol gcnerally well, prices rangilng fronl "2s. to 12s.; N*on pareils went at firoin l's. to allout 1 s. ; -Northern Spy :at from 2:s. downwards; Golden 1usset weLre not so iluerouls, but realised tile top prices of the ...
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL HALF A CENTURY OF INVENTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
ISIF E'YT UIE[COF L 1 (IDSJ'IO'L ml.l1.F"' "_ c.\r:-u r , or:' i\':.:.'r~o.,' .elnic. oof IIi not'etl filft ?ei 'i`cM of goi hae ;li riso hly lived' ini th in» t iniipt utit toiUl,intellectuiilly iprogr? sive 1eriod Ol?f liumiii histtii. Within thil ilf dcitciir?. 'the folloiini inreii= tionhinlsddiseLovieriic hard'.been aiLiong theliiiinb?r-Oeice iiste?nshiis," sitreet railw nis telehri iliinie occlan cables, telc?phones jlhiinogi.phphiotogi aph;, uiiilnng iinnie colou irs,- liersonei oil, electri?c i'lighu ;atei i'i i "lie 'giiie: iciciiica lire ie?tiuguishers, u?iiisti?, ties ainit painilessu;sr'ger . cotffoi, iiit i'oglv'eri?ie,' dyiin iiit;keiiitjpoide?i illuietiiysi. aiid p iliitio :o sthuinpli ieon atc.; tubes, eelectric mtor, ; lc?-? trio raiway, electri. beils otyjweiteir exeap postal,: systemt; hcxxtii x ?iteatitu nd' K.hydroiulii ; eleivators; vesti bide ciis, ca-ntileik bridges: Tliese are only a part.'i. All 'ipositive ]niowv ledge of the physicld coiistitutioxo of plan...
MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
MORNINGTON AND FRANKS'ON TO MELBOURNIE.: Mornington,dop.-70 ai.i. -12.8-.1 p.mi Moorooduc, dep.-- a.m. -1 2.18 p.m. 4.31-7.3069.17. Mornington Junction.. dep.-8.8 a.m.b - 12.20 p.m.-4.31-7.36-9.49. Langwarrin, dep-8.12 n i.=.-1230 p?i.? 4.35-7.40-10.1. Frankston, arr.--.22 q. i.-12.40 ii` 4 .35-7.50-10.1 ,. Frankston, depi:-7.2.5 irm ?.2- s 8·s 0 12.45 p.m.-2.14-3..?.50.7.57-10.16. Melbourne-arr. 8.40 aini. 9ý.40--10.10--. 2.0 p.m.-3.81-v.10-6. 10-9.17-11.15.
MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
MELBOURNE TO 'FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. Melbourne. dep.-7.10 . a.mi -9. 12.20 p.mI.-OI.20-2.15-*t4. 47-;-2g; *5 -ss0 .11.25. Frankston. arr.'8.2 0 '.n;?t.-10.20-1. lO pan. - 2.40 -3.3 (.- -7.1J-2 11 Franksfon, dep.--10.25 a.n.-2.4"1 p.m. 6.1O-.2-12.5 Langwarrin, dep.-10.39 a.mnt.2.57p.ii. S6.20-8.12-1.0. Mornington Junction, dep.--10.6 aut.- 3.309 p.m.-6.24--8.16--1.16. Moorooduc, dep.-11.4 a.n.-- 3.7 p.m.- 6.32-8.34-1.12. Mornington, arr.-i10.57 nm.--3.22 p.ln 6.42-8.34-1.22. 'Those marked with 'an asterisk run through to Mornington.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
Wanted. ·TOUTH or MAN WANTED. to Light' .L and Extinguish the Gas Lamps at Mordialloc. Apply to Foreman,'Mentone Gas Works. ' ' For Sale. -bOR SALE--Good Cottage PIANO:by U Werber. ., Apply J. CowAN, grocer, Mentone. SF. PLOUGH, 4 -Plough Horses, *l i Set 3 Horse Swingletrees, Harness. Together or Separate.' Cheap.-Address. T. J.: JsNxN, Somerville Post-office. G OOD G'razing Paddock, One Shilling • per head per week; well watered. Apply: THos. BUTLEF, Robinson Road, Langwarrin? C?OMMODORE PONY, 13i hands, steel ,- Grey, 5 Years.-J. STEPHENS, Car rier, Frankston. OR SALE.--Hand Truck in good order.A:i Apply'office:of this poper. FOR SALE.-Newvly-ca.ved COW. i: pply G. Kicrs, Cheltenham.' IF OR SALE. A quantity of Fowls ' Apply H. Marston, Frankston. OUR . AD ERTISERS' DIRECTORY. AUcrIONEERs & ESTATE AGENTS Bellin J., PointNepean rd, Mornmngton Crosskell, Ritchie & Co, Frankston Davey T. H., Frankston Fox C. J. & Co, Bay st, Frankston BAKER Box J. D., Bay st, ...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890
ITEMS OF EIVT.S. ----t ON Monday last an amusing occurrence took place that does not reflect touch credit on the train service between .hero and Mornington. Mr J. Stewphens, who, had not received informnitioi from the Postal Department that there was at change in the despatch of the malils from Frankston to Mornington, arrived at the station just after thie train had taken its departure. Mr Stephens at once ordered the saddle to be put on his pony, Commuodore, giving the bags in charge of the boy with the instructions to lose no time. To the sur prise of everyone, the mails weioe delivered in Mornington, ten minutes before the arrival ofthie train. Who says steam is ,a rapjid means of transit after this ? V ?av little notice was taken locally, of St Patrick's Day. With the exception of a few more visitors than usual, the day was unobserved. Ir is not often, that it is necessary to convey a prisoner to the Frankstoii lock up, by vehicle. Such, however, swas: the case on Wednesday eve...