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CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED. FLINDERS v BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

CBICKET. 3MATCHES . PLATED. FINTI EIS 5.V BXA lIINIO. A pleasant game was played last Saturday between: the above clubs, at "Balhinuing, and "ressulted i ai.win for the locals by 20 r1uns in the first innings. The scores being Balnarring 52, of which F. Davies, the Hastings mau, made 25 in Ins usual free style, he also secured the bowling average, getting 6 wickets for 9 runs. 'linders made 23, of which C. Planck Inade 9. The 3alnarring journey to IFlinders at some future date, when the Flinders Cricket Club will entertain then at a banquet. Frankston v IaIilwauy BohemIlians ;at Frankstoln, this afternoon. i.railks toiin ill be represented by tlhe fol lowin.g:-Kelso (2). Sadleir, Sangwell, Phillips, Baxter, Box (2) Kinrade, Green, Dean and Chandler. A. match has been arranged to take place on the Melbourne cricket ground on Wednesday next between the 1Mel bourne Cricket Club and: 15 of Frankston and district. A very strong team of 15 will be. Chose from the following who, doubtless,...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

The weather has brokeni at last F? tho last tweunty-four hours iwe have hid a succession of light shoiers wisthl?; probability oft more, to follow. 'hoichauago Iias beeni iosta ceipt ib e as it was low water indced with most of the residents. :Another changio has beeli m'ad in •the. railwasy-time-table ;-the frst train. in the miirmning stirtiiig twentV minutes earlier tlha heretofore, the other trains have also beeon altered. many persons re"giirii thie services of a Justice of thle Peacei. The nearest J.l'.TI resides in; tohe buishi sonmci si.k imilesfi'om i asisti ' :,Somihne tino ageo a petition (mliumnerously sigjied) was seent to time Miniister of:, Juticoaslingm for thle al',pintiienit of ,oine qiualifiedt gentlemanu ini the tosis ship, and a reply'wis rce?isead to'fl`e effic'it that early consideration would' be given to the inmater, but , up to the present nothling' his' bceli doni. ii Stranige to ::ay all o<thor townships iin the shire have fromi one to foul. So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

Everyone Orught to Insure i S Against Fire.: :,i i^ THE INATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LmIITED.) IEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET.STREETS, MrELBOURNE. . DIRECTORS : THolA~ sMoUBRA, Esq., J.P.,Chairman. G. D. CIrrTER, ESQ., M.P. Taos. ALSON,ESQ., J.., Vice-Chairan.: : . G. BENSON, ESQ., J.P. 3MATTrE LANG, Esq., J.P. (Mayor of Melbourne) . ..... .. Ho. C. J. HAM, M.L.C. .. SLOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PRENiUiM. .Bush 'Fires and Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. WILLIAM 31ACREDIE, Se ccretary. Agent for Frmimlston--MAtn Baon". Agent for Mornington-.T. E. WORmiELL. Professional. (A CARD.) DR. STANLEY V. THEED, (LATE DR. A. M\. WtrxILIso-.) M.B., ?t. Ch., B. 1__ May be Consulted at -FRANKST0N - THUIRSDýAYS : ' 2 to u. DROMANA -MONDAYS: 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at his Private Residence Mornington Daily. D$. STANLEY V. TIEED, "Elimltta,"'j VANCOUVER STREET MORNINGT 0 N. [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. (Successor to De. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

..Bootniakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. - :JREYNOLDS & CO. PRACTICAL' BOOTMAKERS,' -`'Pi-&mA STICEar, F iAK reTON. & LARG E ,and Varied Stock. of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. Eoots of all Descriptions made to Order. " Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. .J.. PULLING, BOOT, AIND. SHOE MALKER. Ready Made Stock always on Hand. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. A UCT I 0 N S. C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer, Land & Estate Agents. J.. F 0 X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Land, Furniture, Stock, &c., &c., in any part of the Country, and gives his Personal Attention to all Business en trusted to hint. Agent for the Imperial Insurance Co. `ents aind Debts Collected. C. J. FOX & Co., AUWTIONEER, &c., BAr STREET, FRANKSTON. ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT, TRANESTON, X conjunction with the principal SAuctioneers in the...

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OUT IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

OUT IN THE BUSII. Out in the bush, where the gumii-leaves fall, And the wattles are clad in ollbes of ,gold; Wihere the bracken springs, and the wild flowers blow, And the black men roaimed in the days of did. Out in the bush, where the sedgy creeks Gurgle and splash o'er their pIbblly beds, The Wall;abies leap,iand the paIrrots scretam, .\nd the bulrushes bow their graceful heads. Out in the hush, where the anucient hills Lift their forest-crowned heads to the sky; Where tih tree fern droops its pale green fronds, And soft in the breeze the sheoaks sigh. Out in the bush, when the rosy da;wn Floods with criimson the eastern lhaze; Out in the hush, when thie sun at neon IFrom i e nr of lllane csts burning rays. Out in tile bnsh,l when the stairs gleanmed bright, Oft i~ LLve I ::ndtored at dead of night; The cir,.eld trees slhone spectral white, Like giant bones-- eird, gaunt, upright Out in the hush, lwhen the Fire King rides For many a mile on his steed of flaime; Ilu creraslhing.tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

Niotices. FOR FUFINITURE GI C. CLASCRN & Co. 104, 106, 108lBourke Street Ojiposite: Eqostcor=i ,thet. CLAUSCE-N & Co. liedroo ni n aik.oi lI)iziigliwia b:J(Ik. -~f Brass aua iek Ni crclqm,!a.f; Wire Spyrian MattrCssgs Kapok lieds anId( JIfattresseis. Hair amid Fibre Mimttrcsses Linolauhie and C:irpicts Cortoiu :tad T.able Coiei. Crocl.I acid Irollmc\\\}!rr!?, Glass mid Climia :`W, Lnvres.t prIces fCur NCt Cmfli. Cr I. XNnI Ahe OUANID Xi1iR' g STOCK, -. -:O~i.t.- ·. ")1'ri or send for ou0111'~CII'1III1h: LtO" Catat:logue. i~~ G. C: CL UJSCFN & C fnour&e Mtru-et. epporite Etuern Jimrkct. READ:' `MO1MINGTON- ' STANDA1It] : , Drapers. 101 & 103 Chapel St,' sOUTH YABRA, Opposite Red'Cross PresertCing Coniany R. TRENGO YE'S GREAT Drapery Sale COMMENCES ON JUNE 29th, 1889, AND WILL CONTINUE, FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. THIS is a compnlsory Sale, before elln SlargingPreiuises, aid necessarily}the Goods must be sold, as the walls inuit come down: - The quoting...

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SELECT POETRY. HIGH AND LOW TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

S- .LECT . OET. R ---+-- IIIG-I AND LOW TIDE. The waves marchl in like lwarriors hotl, The sunlight tips their plumes with gold, They leap the rocks with joyous cry; Afy hiaCrt leaps too; the world is fair, T'heiii nmrtial luttsic fills the nir; The tido is high, the tide is high. The breezes freshen, leaves aire stirred, The st rong wings of the wild seal birtt lit silver circles sweep the sky ; The beach sands sing beneath mly feet, Joy steps ashore froem every fleet; The tide is high, the tidte is high. A Spell hs tou toul tilte ainmmer light, The sails are ghostly in their white, Fate's footprints iin the moist sands show; There is a, face I would tflrget, Like a morntaid's form in the vlapors wet The title is low, the tide is low. 'The sunset trails in crimson flamle, 'ie hushed air listens fotr ; name That died on men's lips long ago; A past niot buried deep enoulgh Lies bare upon the ledges rough; The tidl is low, the tide is lot. --Century*

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MOORE v. FLETCHER, TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

aMO IRE c. ILETCHER{, To Tls ErITroR. Sir',-leaso to permit noe, through your columns, to state that I deny using the expressions imputed to mue by Conustable Moore, or anything like it, hut as [ had previously reported hili to tih Chief Coun -uissioner of 'Police, it will no doubt be now prolperly enquired into. Yours resplct fully. .TOIN FLE'TCHIIEI. -`- .2 . ..:.

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

STONEY POINT TO FIRANKSTON AND : . ELBOURNE. Stoney Point dep-7.50 an.m.-11.40-6.50 p.ml.-9.12 . Crib Point dep-7:53 nam.-= 11.48 - 6.53 p.mL.-9.15. Bittern dcp-S a.m.-11.50.-7 pan.-9.22. THistings, dep.-8.Oa.m.-11.50-7.0 p.u. Tyabb, dep.-S.13.i.mn.-12.3-7.13 p.mn. Solnerville, dep.-8.19 anm.-12.9 p.m. 7.199.41. .. Mornington Junction, dp.-8.25 a.m. 12.15 p.mn.-7.25-9.47 Langwarrin, dep.-8.30 a.m.-12.20 p.m. 7.30-9.51. . Frankston, arr.-8.40 n.m.-12.30 p.m. . ,.40-10.1. Franukston, dep.-8..50 a. in12. 14 p.mi. 7.57-10.16. Melbourne, arr.-10.lO0 a.mn.-2.0p inm.-9.17 -11.26.

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STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

STONEY POINT. LINE. MELBOURNE TO FEARAKSTON AND HASTINGS. elboirnc, dee. 9-. i.i. 1? 0 p.m.- 6.35-9.35. ,Frankston,: arr.-10 .2'0 in 140 pi. 7.55-10.55. Frankston, dep. 10.35 am.iid.1l p.min 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin," dep,.-10.49 a.m: - pin. 8.22-11.20. M.ornintton Jmntion,. deSp.-10.49 a.nm. 2:24 p.mu.--8.25-11.24: . " Somervillo, dep..-10.5 ..-2.12 :p.m S8.32-11.30 - Tyabbi, deli. 11.1 i .16 i:p iii.-8.4 - 11.36. Hastings, arr.-11.8 a.m.-2.23 p.m,-S-.41 - 11.43. ; : .: : .. Bittern, arr-11.14 ai.m.-229 p.m.--.51 11.49. . Crib' Point "'arr.~11.2i' nm .-2.36 p.m. 8.58-11.50. '' Stoney Point arr.-11.21 aan.--2. 10). Im. 9.-12. , ..

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FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE 9 SUNDAYS. F:utnkston, dep.-9.25 n.u.--12.20 p.n. 2.1S-4.5--.5. Melbourne, arr.-10-lO.45 a.m.--1.0 p.. 3.38 --..25--9.20.

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COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

COWES   FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT On Saturday last a friendly game of of cricket was played between the Tyabb and Cowes teams on the gournd of the former, and resulted in a decided   victory for the Cowes eleven, the totals being 87 and 65 respectively. For the Cowes eleven Jewrig (35) Richardson (20). Morrison (12), were the most successful with the willow, and showed excellent cricket. Hollier and O'Louglan played well for their scores of 22 and 11 for the home team. The principal bowlers were   Morrison (Cowes), 6 wickets. Baker (Tyabb), 5 wickets. The visitors are loud in their praises of the generous   treatment they received, and the kind- ness of Mr Hollier in providing them with grapes and apples which were pronounced to be delicious. Sports will be held on Easter Mon day, when £30 will be given away in prizes, and a good day's sport is anticipated.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

ShFINDERS A'D) NKAN .ERONG. iicets at DI) :o1an the last Saturday i:. PI:I intttr: T'. O. rMLurtin. COU CI cI?."us: East Ritin-D.. Mairs. ,.P., A. Down Sward, J.P., R,. Stanley. Centre tiding-T. 0. M?aitin, J. C. GriOtiths, W. Brown. West TRiding--W. Patterson, It. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. Srcsa.tIr: U : Peter N. tlltn. T. B. 'dNnttz.

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

SHIRIES' DJI{ECTOI11Y. l1C) TiNINGTON. ,rcults in~ tiorningtoxi Shire Bll the Saturtdy hecfoie full moon. A. lmDomwnwrd, .J.1'. C;17xc1T.1.o1~ North Riding-J. 1. IBox, C. Boater, J.'., aind C. .5. lox (Framn ston). East; I~ming-lT. If. lerddle (lITmstings), J.. S:awyer (Moriminlltoni '.t. l'lmorunll (Some~rville). W~est Riding -J. E. Admsla.s. . ~oivemud, ..I'., 'iV. Bl. Trsiine, J.P. (Bloori1i·goln). BI:C..E. Door s (T Emlorniton II.. 'E. Bocors (Nournincton).

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

Miss Gilbert, who hs ei? tied for liiself a high reputation as an eloquent preacher, and lecturer in many. parts of Victoria, will conduict speciil'l vangilistie Idctuires in the Temperance Hall, Frankston, Ton Sunday next, 30th inst. In order to secure the 'sympathy 'and 'co=operatioin of the churches, she will commence her lecture at 8 p.mn , By, this arrangement the snmembers of the various congregations, will have an opportunity of hearing her after attending their own services. The lecture for Sunday night is "The Gospel Picture Gallery," and should secure a large house. : ' . ..: On Snnday evening last, an accident happened to a son of Mr C. Davy, a child seven years' of :age. It appears the. boy went with some of the horses to. water, awhen one of the animmls kicked him in the face, inflicting serious injuries. Dr Sturdie of Frankston, was immediately called in, who attended to the sufferer. Drs Theed and Hooper, of Mornington, afterwards met Dr Sturdiein consultation, and we...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

.MAILS DELIVERED AT FR ANKSTON. From lrc]Ioiirnce-9: i a111(13 pmin F'Io::iU 3orlii lm:-I. 1111111(1 1 p~m Friomi Somiervillt. ;nd l 1n:stxin's-1 p in. Fromi Cores and San Iain:o-3louday, Wedndisday auni Friuay-1 pri.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

tGENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON. 'AS UNDER. For eTclbourne-7.45 n.m.-12 noon 8.20 p.m. For 3[ornington-9.25 ;t.m.-2.15 p.m. - For Dromiau--.25 n.m. For Sonuervi1le--.25 a.m. , For I t:stings-9.25 a.m. For Cowes and San Retmio--Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday--!.25 au.:l.

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

Jý D JIWJANIA.; (F a no: oune iow 'F CaORESPO?DsENT.) The Dromnina' Atheletic 'Club' held their annual sports' meeting'.on: Wed nesday last., There was a. very good attendance, and the weathert thbugh threatening at times, was fine. Tie following are the results:of the various contests:' . ...!? . , . Maiden Plate-G. Bryan. 1, F. C. Web her 2. Dromana Open Handicap (3 events 100, 150 and 200 yards)-?-. Lowther 1,' T. Hutehens 2, M. Bryan 3. Quoit Match-J. Skelton and Jas. Cain. Tilting the Ring?-John, ane 1,, Thos Gibson 2. Married Men's Race-150 yds-J. Dyson 1, J. Singleton 2. Members' Handicap Race--10 yds-G. Bryan 1, W. Lowther 2, M. Bryan 3. Open Handicap Race-135 yds-F. C. Webber 1, G. Bryan 2, J. Hughes 3. Running High Jumni'G. Bryan, 1, 0. Cain 2. . Vaulting with Pole-Jas Cain 1/; Gi Morco 2. Handicap Hurdle Race-200 yds-T. Cleine 1, M. Bryan 2, J. Dyson. Boys' Rice-Jos. Cain , J. Hazoldine 2. Sack RcILe O. Cain 1, Jas Cain 2 A rope quoit match between Jas. Cain of Rye anid E...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

(FuROM oUR oWN COIRRESPONDEN'.) Consiilra;ble interi'st i~ being felt in our Township and the neighborhood generally, at the intcdiedl visit on Sunday next, (Palin. Sunday) of Arch bishop Carr, on which occasiiioi the Right Reverend Gentleman, will. hold a Confirmation Service in the new Roman Catholic Chapel,', Hastings. Should the day be tine, (which we hope it.will) a large gathering maybe confidently expected, to witness the inmpressive ceremony, and also to see a church dignitary, who has taken a leading part in many of the charitable movements, that have recently taken place in Victoria. : A very ipleasurable dayand eveiing's8 amnusemnent, was provided for the children and grown-up residents of Hastings last Saturday week, by Mrs Barry, 't lady who has but recently come to abide among llS,: the occasion being the birthday of her daughter, Miss Barry, an open invitation was given to all both old: and young, a good itiitbbie (cspecially the sminallfry) availed themselves of the ...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 29th MARCH, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 29th XMA$8C, 1890. SE-ERAn.tL months ago tile Cominis sioners of Publie Works, during a visit of ins.pection, to the various parts aronud this side of the coast, promised the representatives who who waited on hunm, for the purjios of bringing under hlis notice, the ulifferant requirements of the places interested, that he would cause a sinn of money, to be placed on the cstiliates for the purpose of havilng extensions and improvelments, carried out to the various jetties. and piers. This promise was lmade about nine months ago, and was to 'have taken effect immlediately, but after the lapse of all tins time, nio improvemlents of any kind inve been undertaken. In the early 'part of tihe veir tenders were called for the diffel tut piers and jettys that required repairs, ori other wise, but after the' tenders had been lodged anid accepted,' the department suiddenly awoke to the fact that they had no funds avainible. At the la...

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