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MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY P C REPORT. 911f:1 NEs Ocr. 2. [sO2 ¢ r d, :nni C .,il freerv'~ inesii' 4i to i'd* good lines of manture cheese are in de at (kl to 7(. FRET MUTTER con o1es in good ply, the in: t being son hat firme in when 1Stported; prjj dairies, i od condition elling at to Sid, a.s - higher; mnduniut to goodA l;to(i d inferir lower. Pold butter se r at sid tond according tguality and c ition BAcoa.-wood factory i selling br 7id to 81, porkrssiU9 t3Y to IToNEY.-Go h~rtxJaI9 realise :ld peitT BFE 1 lýdýpb

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

i d ,j°LNI)ERS AND) KANt3ERONG. Meects at Dronl:L:lana.; hejl l Iut. .Siattirday,-i.i. w.MIt month. ,.,ýt . j "iIýBF.SIDENT:. t:I l",," T. 0. Martein. E;st iuItin-D. MoArs, .J.P., A.' Powit ' is ward, JT.P.,..R. Stmley:: , Cnutre Riding-T. 0. Martin, 3. C. G illiths; Iy;ý}' Browin y West Ridfin'o ' W. JPiltteiss t;:. buhrson, J.P., 3. Cain, J.P. _ 'SECR15FATA15Y I / 0 17 I PctcerNowlan:ii.; r r,;, ýTuraspuEu: T: '1.` Munti~t i L, i.`

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Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

,Loruiiugtoia *Fiw'U OiN;iisilFTF7'F i i:ts.i' - (Eiunor mvii ow's Couuv~svo'iiui~i xt) Since shy list, another land transiiction has taken place here, Dr. Wilkinson, our tmuch rccte amedico, having dispirosed of a portsioA'of his propety ait i ttirl&'.'ood5" figure. - Tho:Coffeoe rPalace erected by Mr Crowley,:; anid leased by Mr VWaycott, is now fast drawing towards coiipletion. . It is antici pated that it will he reidy for ibusinesses early in the coiiing mionth. The Coiii imercial Bank purpose olpening here oii the Istiof the mionth, if by 'any niciansi thei building leased biy themi frosii .Mr Crowley can le .entered. -Mrs 1'Pyle who, tuitil.the last two weeks, was lessee of the Royal Hotel, will, I uinderstalnd, take coiiiaind of the very fline Coffee Palace isow icing erected at Mount Marthn. On Wednesday next the anisal sports of the Forresters' take place, and we Irhave every reason to think it will turn out a most iiniialified success. Thie entries 6 ; clivedhtveo...

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BOZ'S BACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

BOA 'S ; B CKERS.+?+ Altholigh Boa s stiarting pice, twenty to one, night indicaltethatthehoise hid cor Silratively few friends; he wils really ,very freely riacked, and :at lest l ten peIople outsidle the ranks of the ring enwnohave ichil won more than 'i thousaind over Mr; Crilip's horse; Theu. roistered.' ownior of tlb blue jacket and gold spots threw in, I, 'believe, for mmore, than four thoisend ml iid ilaout two thousaind reprcisents the wiriiniigs of ine host of thle Bull and Moiith, which botel is' nowv the rendezvoius of all tlih princiiial jockeys.. A' massive r nmeir of th legad profes sion, who h is always, saoru bly Boa, won a decent stake, aInd Joe Gailjinp, wlhol now iilli taI1 lleky Wbd' him 'l:amks oth r peopln's a lieo sl ia treingm idin"and Ilrvesting' omihis own, iaso won mi trif::i e hb followed ie this littlll wnvi by Iaking: -tnd riding th, winier oft itIh' btoultoohic;i, G idinn r s siettlid oii 'ilfonitl must Ii hrvi l.ben iiiuently sitisf.ictoy i

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Langwarrin. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Idlilgiv Ii ri11. (Faons oUn oWN CORRESPONiSNT.) The cadets lhave returnedl to town, lbut their cnpty, tents.still ,remain to remiind is of th elivtdy1 seeiis 1 witneCsed last k veek'lifore thi continited rain'icon pelled their retreat. Some veryrasre orchids , have. been liscovered' ýgrowingm wild' ini th' fields ibont our township, several varieties reiuiling ar~i hesir sandfaces,arsd when Liiamined with a miicroscope shiow IScltliar Iiauty. .The District 'School Inspector, 11r hirloris, ;ccoiipanied by Inspectoe italk yard, paid a visit to the L.iingwarrini State Sclhool on Wedih day., 15ith Otoble, wlicit they left a report which speakts well for the progress of the scholars; after noting that the school, which is heal in theli hall, twas opened on 2:irld July by Miss M1. E. MleGarvrie, when most of the children ihadt never pleviously attended a school. the report goes on to advise and conisient at some length on the different lranches of instraction, remarmking among othier tii...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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Sporting Notes. RACING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Sjiorting Notes. RACINeG ME1MS. Br " 31ALnUA.t Iii the last issue of the STANDARD I iniaiged to put nmy finger on the 'winner of the Caulfield Cup. And it will be noted that of the three wheni I thought had the greatest chance was included Charumer, who ran second. I don't wish to, take a great ;amount of credit to miyself for tipping the winner, lbut oie can't help feeling s little gratified at - finding his calculations justifield. The race was a really prime one, and though theu slowest. tlhat Ihas yet been run. the 1u.wry course was in oinly the mruse of that:: Somie quid mnies say that Braro was blocked, and could not 'get throughl his horses until retching the houme turn, aind though limm.caie at a great bat ho was unable to reach the winner. :.A distance fairtliher and, I hieiard it iasserted, that Bravo would have landed thi Caulfield Cujin of 189t;. " Thti list into farthlor had not to hie run, and Hravo didn't win.' So went ilown anotliheri " had hird." Bit' Boc wash not, ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Iy(1SCLOSL"' A J "kANKiSTON AS lVFr ieh1'h(rm:-7.1 n n'Il owl Fns nerningten·n- i n. . '!1.ý.ý lam, .'4I i tI Som? ti.lI....i . Ftr I~tstttxgs-1u.: tttn For Cowco yfl I 1ý..tt(-{p tla,ittj.

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Agriculture and Horticulture. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Agriculture andl Horticulture. .----+-- - The Agricultural- reporter *of The Australasian, in writing upon "' Ensilage" as arising out of the recent convention of fiarmners -on ensilage and dairying, draws the following conclusiotis froin the doings of the conference -Any dilficulty in the way of comprehending the economy of the ensilage system will'disappear when it is renmembered that more tlhan a third of.- the entire crop is- wasted by dryingr it into hal. When the drying process was con sidered necessary there was no help for it lbut to lose more -th:ian one-third of the fodder crop, Ibut that' is iiolbinger neces sary. The whole crop prnactically can he slved. The ;reiapinig; or momwing is tlih same per acre, dbut no twine is needled. From the dray the green stuff- is put through the chaiffcutter, aindl fromi this it falls into the silo. Covering the pit costs far less than tlhitching the ihaystack. There is no second Ihandling in making into chaff, and the folddler is miuclh ...

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FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

L'r.tukýlo . lrjr -:-d :ý1 t( ý1 ý1 Ilý "ý. ~ 1 rl u tn .: t - S"._a i --;k ~ .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

False Witness.-Tho41 elilion z11t at Salil day school sot loig sihou;, hIaiii, Iikiil a1long other questions whai It taring fals witness agatuat one's ueighbullii ý,Il' sitt a pert little girl replied:--- It's who: no. body haint doing nothinga ila soinauoda goes and tells." "Let us not w'ste our tiinoe, "yele the tempcer ance lecturer "*Let is noit w.te our time in deaing w:th stimall hotelsi til wine shops. Let'. us go to :t l :folut uin h: head. Let us go ltothe"i brarvely, any tricai." ":All.iht,''ia u (. i 1i soaker fromn t hayk @ 'ictl " Piii vi'you, 1 ý ,·: Tenders. '1ý1 Lic'"in'sed;.t bite ts'ad ýurceyo~rs;' ss1 LiiTeuvoiideisvt \n raf r t uip i"'iet-ea; of 'Clioitc' w flstor S C].Tli·i·S S u ;;&iR OI.i EUi X Dl iv t N.liii -at 1M~iY..iicn· d ;I!;.~:reh~tL.4s ·nd Siiri-~iyors btor~3 1 $.1p8 ad' DcI~i"q a M r~i·Io. OliUNG, HUSBAND & 0:C. LIMITED. oc q4 0 0, iER OAHAVNE -SELLING BROKERS, MA1 C-ASH' ADV'A1CES.. Personal Supervision over all Consignments. Auction...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

.S8111R S' 1)111 V¶OItutil:t I ININisr~;iii· iTQ. .77-;f Sadttrd ry I=.b foi rfll iiimoon. .tfd:]1da;~unitrTA :T 1. t Con'nI.ii s ci'i' North hIiding-.J. D BIox. C iPUIIttler J.P., i and C. .J. Fox (Fiankston). E tnt Tllding-hI. I 1'cddhle (J0istin.gs). .1. Sawyer (t(blinington). T. 'hornell \% t wt~u ý Tý4dui . l Ii w l rd I!:J}P., \V. M. rl-rlucJ.P. (Morninotouk:(. 'i ,

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

AIA I 19'Ty.'VE~ tlit'IY .' I'tNkS'O.N in l ,rningt'll -!. ii.m. andii 1I p.-:.* WeViniMsdaiy ;iail F'rid..y- 1 p.m.

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Marriage at Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Ialrriage at Hastings. The 1mallrri''t of 31 r (;imllunli Napo(li. one of our locln fothallers. witl 3Iiss Then(. seco1d dIiaghlt of 31r S. ()rsio, storekeeOIper ofl'ls tings, was` celelratefld on Thursday, I._21th, at I Ioly Triity Ch(irch: the -Rey. Mr White ollieinting. Ohn leaving the residence of the bride's p:rent for the ch(rhi (rih:lldihiusl mnrch was played by the mutsicinufs specially engaged for the weddling festivities. A ;Irge crowd lhadll gathered at the hu1rch to Witness the 0eeronllV. in fart lthe paie was1 inonuveniently, crowded. The bridie was givenu away 17. her,'father, and was beco $ingl dressedl in white Iook musulin. Withi orange blossomas, white veil, ke.. &. lThle brides idsllb , to years upwards, carried bolucuts and Iicl~lzlclile (If mi~cle-H,wcls r oigiiig from Sollc1$ Iprlrlol uirocL I((lijllO III. 11041II iliskets of lpretl flowers. Mr (Get. Sheeher acted as hest man. Whene leaving the churchi the newlv-married ounple were showered wihl rice. o...

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Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Flinideis;. (F'osio ouii owe Coinar.si'aNoear.) SThe annual iceting of the Flinders New Year's Day Riace Club was held in the Mechainics'.Institute on S:aturday evening last, ihutowing to the unfavorable state of ther weather, the attendance was not veiry large. The baiancslsheet for the past year was received, andll showed a credlit balance of £7 :is Ss, which is considered iery satisfactory, seeing that there was a deficirof£2 iti lidsprevious to tin t lrace mieeting. After labout 20 gentliisien Lhad been chosen stlwinrds, the i ppointinent of office-hearers was then proceeded wivith, the following heing elected :--President; .Mr., Jas: Kennedy; Secretary, Mr .W. Brown; Auiditors, Messrs ;ledell and Cliyton Judge, lMr W B:iarker; Starter, Mr Juno: Tl'uck; Handicappers, Messrs Browtn, Jno. ReHilly, and JIs: Kennedy; Clerk of Scales; Mr Jus. Kennedy; Clerki of Course, Mr Jno. Reilly. " The subscription for imember ship was fixed at ten shillings. A very attractive progr 1n11 was dra...

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Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Hastings. ---+ - (Fitojr outs owe Coaritasi'oxnoi-.r.) The heavy rain on Friday the 18th hadl th efflect of putting a stop to oar adver tised .auiiseiient afor the eveinig, the groundl being so wet the circus proprietor decided, not to girve :his entertaiinment. On Siturday night, howeverCI'., the pertifor itanci c s! aswell attended, tlhough the people did: niot seem so very well pleasedI withl theiir evening's recreation its upon the occasion of the last visitant in the circus K itty," a' service aof songu, Ihadt to ie postponed also, the singers, halving to coine all the way froma Frniikston, wisely dleter sinedti to remain :whlere tlhey ere..- All things. being favorable they intendl to favour us with a performantce on the 8th Nov. as the proceeds are to lie qcially divided ibetween the: Hastings Wesleyan Sunday School and the Frankston Gospel Teuiperanice H1ll piano find see hope tlhe public will turn out in their Ihest style, andl not only enjoy a- good thliing but help two go...

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Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Courts. The1 next Count Court/will be hcli at Mornington on Friday, Decembler bith. Suunnonses have to be issued 18 clear days before. and served 15 clear days. The next Court of Petty Sessions will be held at Frankston on Monday. -11th November, and at Mornington on Tuesday, 12th November.

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Dromana. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

Doiiia. i ia (FRObi oUR OWN ComtiRnF'ON'a EN'.) oiitt of thelca MeclLthaicsIU Institute nmd Free Libritry met last Fri diy evenin.;' Ihere were present: -Rev.; fW McBride ( resident) Messrs. Griffithis 1owber,0 Sha iw Bidigood, Townsend. and':: Rtig ;(sec:) ' b iel'husiness conduicted was 9!iiiQfiC thaiv elinarv miy rthunce, 1{tj Plans and specific ations of the proposed extension of the building &c:, which had been laid before tho Central Board of Health for approval, were returned by that body with certain suggestions as e-, gardspventilationi &e. It wa;s decided to: call for teiders for the works at once and consider thcem at the next meeting on the 29th inst. . Theconuiittee propose to make the room twice its present size, furnish it throughout with :seats, erect. a porch in front, and* ncelose the wholo with a neat picket fence.' When these improvements are effected the Institute will be a credit aind an ornament to the town. -`; Last week I mentioined that the ...

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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

NlprNLNGTON ArnD FRANKSTON TO Lnlmaiz,rzn.ld ,d3 i'Il:1 'At·i n ucife.-. .;.la- m -1213 ?m. Prankston. dh ,rI.-S L ti.ttci.2;i.t3+ ju.-. r).- 14.i. 2.0 p~ i.i' :1-il L1I lllr

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

M E 11ý ,11":..1.,· ') l·ii(·i 'rl 1(1;ý;'' th1lS~ý- :" *'(-1o feI 'ig· --10.20.·i~c l·0

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FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 October 1889

FJISI: - The following is the fish nmarket repo I for October 22 : i-The i ft itn ' g t ýt as follows --Fish t alc, rrnylishl 21;4 -' 1`tý c4'L& "r ftý pairs. Prices-Barraconta, is -to- fis- lid; breuni, 4s to As lid; flathenld, :Is 'JfldT rocl. n-l 4s lid to is; n Ti tipsi 3Ils-~~ 4s lid to Ss lid l pike! Y35' tbs' is; eshojit, :3s lid to Ss tidpgtgp gry,- sr til"ittlP g trauti:s to Ss; whiting, lis to 24s; Murray codt and perch, i to 41. l'tphbrayfihs , 4s to 12s; flounders is to lls; smokedfiL sto 2 schuin yir,4 t) :s/ tri4jl1a," lhd to 1/ eels, tad td I dlb ojstrs, -f s to :,Os; hlres, 2s (id o is ;,r bh1it, -} 9 yiatld.

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