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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
FLINDERS AND XANXGERONG. Meets at Dromana ithe; last Satuiday i:~. eiilh iioith. . ; PRESIDENT: T' O. Martin.. ICOU\NcILLoS : East Riding-D. IMaiis, J.P., A. Down wnrd, J.P., R. Stanley. Ccntre Riding~-T'. O. Martin, J. C. Grilliths, I. Brown. West Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY: Peter Nowlan. TREASURER: T. . untz.
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
ITElMS OF YW.WS - Ts Captain.. of the -Voeunttr` Fire Brigade, Frankston, desires to acknowledge withthanks, the receipt of 15as as adonation from Mr E. Coxall. IT is thought by somen people that the sandy soil around Frankston is unfit for fruit growing. As a. proof that that this is incorrect, we have been shown an apple that was grown by Mr T. Davey, in Nolan street. Its mneasurement around the largest part is 14inches, and the weight is about one and a quarter pounds. ON Saturday evening last, a little boy tbout nine years .of age, named Thomas Masterson who resides on the Mornington road, fell and hurt his left hip near Mr Brody's shop. It is believed -he tripped over a stick and fell, and was hurt to such an extent, that after going a few yards he again fell, and was unable to proceed any further, where he was found crying. Two young Wmen who werepassing and hearing the nature of the accident, carried him ihome. THE Mornington Shire Council's sitting of Saturday last, was an u...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
SlHIRES' DIRECTORY. NORNINGTON. IMeets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before full moon. . Downiward, ?.P. Cdoncsli.Lois s North liiding-J. 1). Box. C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding--H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T.'Thornell (Somerville). West Riding--J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P.; W. MA. Irvine, J.P. (3Mornington)." SEcnRETAY AND ENGNEERn: H. E.. Moors (Mornington).
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
.ORiWINGTON (Fsiox ourn owv Counifsroa-Sn r) Much sympathy is felt for Mr R..T. Beiveidge, of Morniiigton,: who: has met with a verry ;painful' :accident, sustailnig severe burns and injuries to his hands bid ariis, :his left hamnd especially, being severelyburnt, as also .three fingers on the, right hand. , Mrs Beveridge' who Was eniaged in the kitchen discovered thait her dress was on fire, auidheri husband on going:to her assistance, and in extinguishing the flames sustained the injuries mentionied, his wife, being singularly fortunate iii escapig almost unhliurt, although iNarly the whole of her dress was consumed. Thie action of thoe Shire Council in" inflicting a. penalty upon the Gas Cominp;y, for failing to keep the street lahunps alight, is generally counmiended, it being no unconmmon thing for the greater half of the lamps, to be quite extinguished by half pumst ten at night, now seeing that they are supposed to be burning till midniight, and that a fixed price is paid for...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
DROMANA. (FO11rr oUil owx Comanseom-NDI Tr.) The Wesleyins of the Dromiana Circuit held a te and public meeting at-Red Hill on Monday evening last, bto bid Miss Thlompson farowell, who is leaving;' the district after having been a resident for the last ten years. Miss Thompson has been a very active and zefilous worker in every movement for the benefit of the comn nunisty; anld iisa member of the Wesleyan Churclh t' Red Hill she has been the lead ing'spirit, ind it is felt tliat in her removal not only Red Hill but the circuit its 5a whole ilas snstained a severe loss. Miss Thompson occupied the positioti as organist inll tie church and teacher of tlhe Bible class in the Sunday School; and as slight tokens of. the esteem in which she is held she was made tle recipient of .several presentations. The teachers of the Sunday School presented her with a lanidsome Biblo, tllo Bible-class scholars (both past and present) a Hymn l book; and the trustoes of tie chuirch and miembers of the ci...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
I 'dS'rvo s ' : (F::'((oU `ouf I; OWN CouurIFsroNDEN¶ On ýSu inda iiIuoringList vchitcl of cvcri"ý 'dcs riptioii'' bcsidcs.v a;ea iinubor of tnxfiii iemonefl; eou1& lieOOUe oii allth e roa 1s Ie dinb intii. I rastings.e aiiiriii""" being the visit of'Archhbishop Carr, to administer the Holy Sacrament of Confirmation; About 102 were con: firmed. The Rev and; veniriiblm' ecclesiastic was assisted by;the Revs. Fathers Quilter and O'Briei:. Mr M: Younig, of Frankston, had the 'honor of diiving his Grace here. There has never before been such a reprlsen tative icgathering of Catholics and Protestants in Hastings, as there was assembled :in and around the neat little'iCtholie Chiii'h, to welcome the kindly and benevolent gentleman. There' being debt still remariinng on the church, the followiing ladies and gciitlemnen readily, subscribed the fol lowing amounts:-Archbishop. Carr, £5 ;' Patrick Nolan,?,; £5i; Fathler O'Brien, £1; Miss 'olan; £1 ; Mrs Holmes,' £1; 3fairlk Youing, £1;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
For'Sa "' FIOR SALEr :TO I"ET. aries Sof Lai?d?; Clo e'toSoliti i.rlgton Statioin A.ppAl 'T f.o LP l i. Soli I" onrler. Ap?l. noflice of ithis pope.' TO? ?LE '[ OR. .SELL -Ei-ht.;iioomiied; 'Brick 'Villa. Apply ;Ollire rof- this+ FT O: LET. -- Foiu roomed ,FIrnishld --'.; Cottage,: every convenieico, in. N il lian: Street-: : Rentr. lo.?.;" Applyl oflieu of this paper.' :i, i". ; ' . NTEW--:SHIOPS i.i" ':'Biy."Streetý uiso .: Cott g oe.~ - Fo aite?l ua Ipply AIKET II'PRR? ?IOUINT MAI-IM T! For Horses a CafCi on -mosrate terms ,'3S IRVINEa Fr'MOUT? .TyMARINA,:.h O LET ·oapv>t'SdkllioTed Hons' ee Fnishili Fi.at pLCsSy.to. ',ith;.Mneo Notices C. B. VAN DEN HOUTEN, ofessorof Music and Singing,: Desires ýt inform'the public of Frankston that he will visit Frankaton to-day and everyj Saturday. .Terms A 2 (2sin ad vance. ? Applyoffice of this paper.:' G. HAWKER, Wheelwright & General Blacksmith, BEGS to thank his numerous friends : andrpatrons since his opening, and trusts by st...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 5th APRIL, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 5th APRIL, 11890. Dvnuis; the sitting of the Shire Conelcll on Saturday last, a case that is of considerable interest to the irted pavers, cliune under the review of the councillors, and from the present :ap pearance; i, looks as though. piece of higlh hndine.s had t:aken.lace on the part of the Minister of Lands. At the previous council attention was called by one of the councillors, to the fact that a reserve on the Mlornington road wais beiiig fenced in. by Dr Rowlun. Councillors evidently thinking there must bee 011 inmis-itlderstanding in tile matter, instructed the Secretary to write, bringing the encroachlmnlt rulder the notice of the Minister. The reply senit to this letter was ex tremely curt, merely 'stating that ernmission had been granted. to? Dr IRowan, tofeuce in this reserve on the colidition that lic erected iiilket gate. Int a matter of such importance as this, we consider the Minister is es tablishing a m...
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG Tuesday, 1st April, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
LOCAL MARKETS., DANDENONG Tuesday, 1st April, 1890. Howard and Scott report:-Dairy cattle ; A fair supply of both milkers and springers yarded, and no alteration can be quoted in prices, but sales wero hardly so brisk. Dry cows soldup to £2 10s and young cattle and mostly inferior sorts, were disposed of at lab8 rates. Pigs ; A large supply for ward, and prices for all description showed much improved. Porkers made up to 35s; stores, only inferior sorts: slips, 9s to 13s ; suckers, Gs to 9s. Calves: A, fair supply, which quitted. readily at an advance. We also report having held our usual sale at Poowong and Giantvillo, a considerable number of stock were disposed of at im proved prices. We also reporthaving sold on account of the trustees in the estate of the late John Kidd, the lessee of the property, situate at Woolanlai, also all the horses; cattle, and household , furniture, .c., on the estate at highly satisfactory prices. Also on account of Messrs. J. and J. Scott, Tarramnan ...
MOORE V. FLETCHER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
MOURE V. ELETCiBERi. : ,TO THEEDBTOr.o 1 Stm,-As soime nlisIqpprlllhenson iplpciw?s to - exist iegardings the' ibove,i. `tcaused probably by the brevity of my coiamunica tion last week, which[ I still, adhereto,-c ploaeise"?'illow 2iii :spice to suiippllemient samiie Ibystiting tliit portion of ilyy con plsiint to tlhe Chief Coinmiissiotiir of Police. is for lsing' tonlb insoeinlent ; ?tltretlining languarge, withouit provocition thel [pa ticuliirs of which lbeing" i hi?s possesion it will no il;ti b l?iov proprl insti Satedte J OHN FLE'ICHER ? M\rchl, 27th: 1810
SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixturesfor next week:—MONDAY 7TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
[Br EArnr BinD.] Racing i fixtures fori nexIt weeki . ''" "MINDA 7TH APRIL; Onkaparinga, Ballarat Turf Club Races, Williamstown, 2 Doncaster, Carisbrook, Lodge, Trentham, Dargalong. TUESDAY 8TH APRIL. Enachus Marshl Meeting, General entries for. Hamilton, Elstenwick Park weights for Saturday 12th. WEDNESDAY. 91TH APRIL. Tallarook Riaces, First day of Hamilton Meeting, Acceptrnce and general entry for Romsey. THURSDAY. 1OrH APRIL. Hamilton 2nd day of Meeting. FRIDmY llTH APRIL. Raomsey Amateur Turf Club Meeting, acceptance and general entry, 9th April. SATURDAY 12TH APRIL. i' :Y; Elstenwick Park weights 8th April. First Day of., South Australian., Jockey Club" Mfetiig. .. This week I have included the racing fixtures for next week, which' I hope will be of interest and benefit to owners and and trainers.. . . There is another matter which I 'wish to bring under iimy readeiitltie, 'aiid that is, I am not responsible for the errors and omissions which have appeared in many'of my papers...
CRICKET TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
CRICKET. To THi EDToit. 1il,--ln last 8Situirday's issiue of your paper there is a letter from a correspondent, who sits iBallnirring' did hot winl the match ail "lnst Ii ' liderl. T saI . thalatillfiarring didf wiE I . 'air Play," nimst be vicr iinllorni'tiit f thie rules of crickiet, o thiin that a one day match, in which l each tcnll has hall an innings, eani be : called a draw. Rule No. 2 iin reference to one day matches, saAv " The uatch udless played mi'i shall be'de lcidel ly the first i ng.' . 1. iietc., 3a : 1 Af. L ARRIN. " March. 31st.. 18W.
SCIENTIFIC AND USEEUL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
:SOLE V?PIFIYC. I D .U.S ElbL'."' s ', i i t 3 r.,e On r3.4.. } w - 13od n+. " r. ii ., +statti>rli6iic`-eitciitt to;1 (ifihit(IthSiit IL ona hnirni iMebourno tinter. convcesc; IA PA~!t urA e'!pe~"irputer h as d ..._. :,~`. V ,, r3 "' ::"F l"? :''i ý'"_ covieed that man is more seiisitive to the effects of morphine than is an??y other animal A dog will- take five tinme s as much Of the drug and a mon key fifty timunes as much. m? poportiibn to thei?respe~tivie wieight 's a human being. Dr GC..ToLNsoN hlately: told the' ~British iMedial. Association of a pimti~e'it of his' ih liai? d iived upon milk for five years. He took a gallon of milk a da L but not an article of otlier food. This treatment cured him of Brights disease. In ai recent unmber of the .TJorumlal .ofI, Tebiety,'Dr N~apierl:shows thit fahinaceous foods : are preferable to all others in the treatnent of alcoholism Miaccaroni, beans, dried peas, and in his 0piniori antigoiise in a marked deg?ce the alPlietitdof alcoho...
SELECT POETRY. BLUE BUT COMELY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
SELECT POETRY.: -4~-- BLUE BUT COMELY. She knows about the apteryx; She knows about the Mol;, And other beasts who phtyyed their tricks. Before the days of Noah. She his a heap of things to say On pre-historie strata; She draws conclusions straightaway Fromn any given data. She joins-with very few mistakes-. Iin scientific chatter; Most opposite remarks she,makes O.- proto-plasmic nmatter.. Her intellect is so acute,'.? : She deemns herself conunissionLed To tell itus why the Absolute Is always Unconditioned. She cirres iher way through any crux, Howo'er that crux affright,us; Sithe makes allusion to the'" flux " Observed by.Heraclitus. She quotes, withl quite a khowing air, From almost any classic; She gaily calls Via Ordiaaire " Falernian,,' or " Massie.'" She disbelieves the Christian creed; The orthodox incense her She tells them that they ought to read The works of Herbert Spene er. The plant of scepticism grows Within her bosom gaily; She elevates her chiarming noseo In scorn ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
:CAPSULES. IThese are nownsed inthe Hospitialsof Paris in place of Copaiba; 'Cibebs and astringent liquids and will cure in forty-eight hours all derangemeit of tle'Urinary Organs in either sex without incofilenicnce of any kind. GWrMAULT & Co., 'Paris, Sold by all Chemists. 'inIItAiJT'S VFGE'TABLE 3 MATICO S INcJEON :ani d C,%PSULES. Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations 'are, always effective. They. mnsure rapid and extraordinary cure of severe recent', and cliroic cases of disease. They are used in the Hospitals of Paris by the celebrated D]). RICORD, and are found greatly,superior to allremedics hitherto known.. Gnt.auL.T & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemistos. RIiIAULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES '. or CAiSNABIS InlICA. Have been-tried in the Hospitals and fouind to give iminediate icelief in all ases of ASTHMA -N VI?RVo ut::COUGHS : :HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE. FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. GsmiAuvrT & Co., Paris Sold by all Chemnists. SIC...
MCRNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 29TH. [SPECIAL MEETING.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
MORNLVLTGTON SHIME COU1Y OIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 29TH. [SPECIAL MEETING.] The usual monthly meeting of the above was held in' the Shire Hall. The following Councillors being present :-Crs Peddle, Souiter, 1ox, Box. Adams, Irvine, Sawyer, and Thornell. In the absence of the President Cr Peddle wats voted to the chair. M[illtes of the special meeting were sead and conifirlmed. The Secretary read the report of the poll; held pn the 20th. inst., regarding. the'piiaepd'-ol;1i fera'e?"Nrthe' 'tiiitd Eastl idings. Onily 280 votes having been polled, or not one third of the whole, the poll could not take effect. Cr Irvine spoke against the loan lroposals because he considered the ratepayers haid voted against it, and he felt iii duty bound to ict in accord anice with the expreshed wish of his constituents, and he thought thie mat ter had better be deferred for the present. Cr Sointer asked what .-as to be gained by. delay ? It was to be ex pected that the West Riding rate payers would vote aga...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
Eve yone Ought to Insure Again t Fire THE INATIONAL INSURANCE "COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LMrED.) HEAD OFFICE: Cornerof COLLIN1SAND. MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: T "OMAs "O.UnAr, EsQ.; 3.. C iruiiF ?. CI "Di. CesT ,; ESQ. MP.: Taos. ALSTOx, Es:, J.P., ico -Char n. B G. BENSON, ESQ., J.P. ? - TTinE r x0Q, -ES-?!IJ-P.-(Mnyor of "I. , , - Melbourne), I Ho.. C. 3. H.A, M.L.C. OWlEST CURREiNT-RATES OF~-PREBI-M:-..:. Bush Firi an 1j~lOd Explosions Covered Without Eiitr Charge. :WILLIA MACREDIE, gn t 1 t ? B' Secretary. Agent for Frankston-l i BinoD .' AgetiiforI Monfmingtn.T. E. WORrELL. " ' ?Professional.? ' DR ,STANLEY V. THIIEED, (LATE DL .A: 'M WILKNhSON.] .May eo Consulted at FRANiKSTON -THURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DRO3IANA-~'ONDAYS:' 2,to'5. HASTINGS- FRIDAYS: 2 to 8. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at'-his'Phrivte Residende"'Morilington. SDaily. DB. STANLEY V. TREED, " Elimhtta," VA1,CO1IVER STREwr SOR NINGG TON.... . H. STURDEE, ., SURGEON. ' (Successor to DR. ATKINS.) M'aY be Consu...