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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

('no.t ouu. OWN Coou"ESPaos E T.) Matters mi our fishing v?illan remain very quiet, so that there is vrey little 'to.recoid in the shapx 'of news. The contiliued fine weather is gdttilig a little -'monotonus; a good rdavs..rain would, be. anceptable.jsit :now,? a I have heiard a good iumbir of re'mideniis coipipinii of getting :short of 'the indispensable fluid, ivhich 'is oinmething unusuial for this locality~ at this, tite of year. The next coinm plaint will be I wuppiiiie ofhittingtoo much of it. I`aI; am'glad to 'perceive that our local athletes haive ha . it resurrection, a meeting ofthoseiintererated in. football was held in:; the :, eading Room on on Satauday ovcning last,; for the purpose of i indinig up last seasons aicomiintsaind electing-officers'for the ou'in'iiil on?"thrn wal air, tu atteirn l~::i) Utli?i! ?:i;E ~ i 7 ;?::O ifi: iit danice. I am niot in a position at present to give the names of those elected. to fill the various officers, only that Mr Peddle is again P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

ATHENXUME , FRANKSTON. A Grand . . Will be held on -FRIDAY, 23nnD MAY, Y 18900 Dancing to coninence at 8.30. An Efficient M.C. in attendance. A String Band engaged., Supper at 12 o'clock. Tickets-Doublo-7s 6d. W.. HARIKNESS, Hon Sec. Dancing Deportment & Calisthenics Exercises. Under loyal.nand Vice-regal 'Patronagc: M ISS LOWEhbegs to intimate to the resi dents of Mcnctone that she will opcen a class for Dancing and Calisthenies in'the Mlcntone Hall on Saturday afternoons at 3 o'clock. commencing Satinrday. May 10th. I ;:Terms , ! - l£ ls per quarter , ,Iettrs aiddliressed to f.oe's Iioois, lar lingst., South Yarra, will be prn'IIistlyrelplied to. MENTONE CRICKET CLUB. A GRAND SOCIAL Will be held in the. Mechanics Institute, Cheltenham, on Monday, May xgth, 189o. SEtlicient Band'and M.C. H. McGROTTY, Hon. See. FRANKSTO:N RACES, To be HELD on the BAXTER'S FLAT RACECOURSE on .r WEDNESDAY, 28th MAY (w~eather por niitting). Stewards' M iark Fink, Esq. G. H. Wildon, Esq. D. Cono...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER III. THE DNTIST AND THE COMEDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

THE DIARY or A LATE PHYSICIAN. Br SAffurl. WAltREl, D.C.L.. (Author of "Ten Thousand a Year.") CHAPTER ]..I. TIHE DxTIST AND TIIE COMEr.FIN. Sriday, - 18-. A ludicrous coin treteinps happened to-day, which I wish I could describe as forcibly as it struck me. Mr - , the well-known. comledian, with whol I was on terms of intimacy, after having suffered so severely from the toothachlo as to be prevented for two evenings from taking his part in the play, sent under .my direction, for Mlonsieur - , a fashionable dentist, then but recently imported from France. 'While I was sitting with my friend, icildelavoring to "screw his couiage up to the sticking place," Monsieur arrived, duly fur ni-shed with " the tools of his craft." The comedianl sat down with a" ruieful visage, and Cyed the dentist's formidable preparatiots witli ta piteous and disconcerted air. As soon as I had taken my station behind, for the purpose of holding the patient's head, the gum waslanced without much ado; but. as t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

Everyone Ought Ito Isure Against Fir. THE NATIONAL: INSURANCE, COMPAN OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE:?: ,_.. ..,i ·/·" .. . ,. Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. "DIRECTORI T--T?aOs M~Mna YEsq.; J.P.,Chairman.-?- --G.-D. CARTER, Esq.;M.P.- -.-M.-... -M T~oaoALSroTN,Esq.,J.P.,Vic&Chairman. 1 -. G. Bz?isd, Esq., J.P. LrrBaw LA?ao, ,Esq.?JT.P.- (Mayor ofI M' elbournao). Hon. C. J. HAr, M.L.C. - .--- . OWEST .CURBREN.T U RATES.r.ORPRE31IUMf._ Bush Fire;sand Gas Explosions Covered 1Vithout,Extra Charge. .WILLIAM MACREDIE, .. . ,= ,, +Secretary. Agent 'fo' Frktoni--M K BQDYT. l .t Agent for Mornington-T. E. VoRuRELT. , . ; Professional.: ; f '1(ACARD.) i DR. STANLEY V. THEED, :. ':(I?ATE ;A. WILKNSON.) M.B.. ~, Ch., B. -May le Consulted at PRANKSTON-THURSDAYS: 2 to ., DROMANAMONDAYS:,2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at his Private Residence Mornington Daily. Di . STANLETY V. TREED, ",Elimultta," VANCOUVER STREET" MORN INGTON. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

S.. ..'Bootma'iers. Frankston :Boot Warehouse " idu "?J rJ . ar." ." +,{ r. 1.. . , . ' }s 4': P'?i 'f3 STEET FisANaKSTOx:c r : ILARGE d ri ed, Stock of Ladies': ad i.Gentlemen , Boots and Shoes' Bootsof 'iall Descriptions ade to Order. Fit Gua anteed." S Haiid SewniWork a Specialty. S ,: Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. 3MENTONE PARIADE, IENITONE, :;3LA?JA STREET, MORDIATLLOC. DOOTS and SHOES made to :order; ". Repairs Neatly .:Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below :Melbourne Prices. :. t " A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY.SOLICITED.' i. An-tioneers ad Estate Agents., , SHIRE OF MOB?NINGTON. :CROSKELL, ITCiIIEn &- CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). ,'iGeneral Autioiieers, House and halind Agents , : L lld Weekly SalesasAdvertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND' HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. j S'Sales Conducted by their Auctioners': THOMA SRITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered.. FISH MARKET, MELBOURNE T. . DAVEY,...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. May 3rd, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

ilORlNIVGTOX ,SHIIREi ' CO UNt -- - 3- • c. . . .. " res :Cient::Dov:olwnard. ('Iresidenit), Sawiyer, Souter, Thoinell ;'Peddle, .Irvine and Adams.--. SECiu. MEETING . The minutes of the previous meet ing wcre read *and conlfi med.;.; Cri outer: moed that the ?(onfirmni tion of the splecial: order. auithorising the loan for the North :and East Rid .inigbe lostponed uitil ne.xt i?,meeting. Before ' next ,ieetingi:the- severance questioniwiould bie settled for. if this matter; was .= not.. settled durinui; the moniith of Mlay,?,t,( .appliiatioi of the petitioners would.la pse. poinig afirther ipostpoeF·iil in the e vent of siverauce not.being settkld: ` The minutes of the previous meeting S were read and confirmed. The Finance Committee recom icieideduthe, ijaynmeiit of aicounts :to ' theiieollint ;of 1£430. :: . * CORRESPOsNuECE. From Public` Works' Department r niforming council that the petitions in favor of severance had been gazeeted. Cr, Souter said it was, urgently ' liecessa'r...

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THE R. C. CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

THE I?. C. ;C?URCJ BAZAAR, The final meeting of the committee for the bazaar in aid of the Roman Catholic Church, Frankston, ;was held at the Pier Hotel, on Wednesday evening last. Mr A. Barbetta in the chair. There was a large attendance of ladies. The chairman said the meeting was called for the piirpose of olbtaining' tie final results of the bazaar, and which, he hoped, would be pleasing to tho promoters. The following amounts were then handed in by the several stall-holders:-No. 2 stall, the Misses Young, £36 2s (d; No. 3 stall, the Misses Lowe, £32 10s; No. 4 stall, Miss E. Cahill, assisted by Miss Heyward, £40 :s ;d; No. 5 stall, Miss F. Ritchie and Miss A. Cameron, assisted by Miss Germain and Miss Scott, £35 12s 9Od; No. 6 stall, Mrs Barbeta and Mrs Parrer, £42 4s lId; No. 1 Refreshment Stall,' was presided over by Mrs Scarborouglh and Miss Cahill, and was in conjunction with the race game in charge of Messrs Sadleir and Moore, credited with the handsome stun of £25 4s (id....

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

SPORNTING NOTES. . h ti [Br EAt.LY BrnD.] " Racing fixtures for next week: S MOnDAY. 12 TH MAY. C; Entriesfor Menton'20th. a ".i Entries for Elsternwick Park races 26th 3 Entries for Wyndham races 17th. . Entries for Ballarat Misiers Turf Club 23rd. ii Weights for Epsom Meetingi15th.. b Weights for V. R. C. Queen's Birthday w Meeting 24th. t C Acceptance . and general entiry for c Runnymede '(Elmore) races 14th. . P TUESDAY, 13TH MAY.' t Moonee Valley Trotting Exhibition. Weights for Coleraine Meeting 24th. a Generil entry for Portland Races 14th and 15th.' - WEDNESDAY, 14TH MAY. p Portland Meeting First day. Runnymede Meeting.: ii Entries for Shepparton 26th. Entries .for Kilmore Steeplechase Meet ing 26th. . : . Weights for Wyndham 17th. t Weights for Boort races 24th. THURSDAY, 15TH MAY. Portland Meetn secdnd day. .' E p m q..:M e e l n g ? d i al lo o :) = " , .. . . ,FRIDAY, 16TH MrY. Moonee Valley Trottitig Club Meeting: Weights for Frankston Meeting 28th. Weights for Mentone ...

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FOOTBALL. DROMANA v. ROSEBUD STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 May 1890

FOOTBALL. -~--- DROMANA v. ROSEBUD STATE SCHOOL Teams representing the above named schools met on Saturday 28th ult., at Dromana, and after a pleasant game resulted in a victory for the visitors, who kicked 2 goals 6 behinds to the locals 1 behind. The return match was played at Rosebud on Saturday last, when the local lads obtained a most decisive victory, kicking 6 goals 16 behinds to nil. The locals were decisively beaten at every point of the game. The goal, kickers~ were Salva 3, Story, Watson and A. Peters 1 each. J.Peters led the   victors, and A. Silvester the van quished. Hiasting .Tuniois versus ~Frankstol Tuniors. This match was played at Frankston on Saturday last, the result beingFrankston 3 goals 15 behinds, HLastings 3 goals I10 behinds. One goal, however, of. the.Frankston team was dilsputed. Mr 8. Kelso acted as umpire and gave every satisfaction.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

SOAPSULES. These are now used in the Hospitals of Paris in place of Copaiba, Cu?beb and astringent liquids and will cure in forty.eight hours all dern.ement of the Urinary Organs in either ge without inconvenjence of any kind. GarmAULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. II[ir- GRIMAULT'S VEGETABLE MATICO IN.JEcrio and CArsUr.ES. Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are always effective. They insure rapid nud cxtraordinary cure of severe recent, and chronic cases of disease. They are used in the Hospitals of Paris by the celebrated )u. RICORD, and are found greatly superiorto all remedies hitherto known. Gmn.senLr & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRTILULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES OF C.\NABIS S INDCA. fave been tried in the hfospitals and fmund to give immnnediate relief in all caes of AST'll.IA NEI:VOeUS COUGHS, HOARSENESi., LOSS OF VOlCE, FACIAL NEUIAL II. and SLEEPLESSNESS. Gmnrlt.U & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemist CICK HEADACHES, NEURAL...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

There is no ihppiness;in the; .world equal to' that of blessingl others:. Not (ol l by gvr ng: imoiey` to thie iinedy; helipt to the sick, food to thlic hlgigry, is this ble.esing comipasied;w?e gainu it~ as. we give it,? ' sympathy, by :?.ffec tiion,iby seing that whichi is beLst in our flienlds id !huittig. our Ceyes to, that ivhichl. isworiist, by taking. joy inl their. good t.hings even whein our own portioin is seailt anld?oor. - . The thiikiing of at rinan out of right relati??i to (God i's nit tiustiworthv' canmiot he ieor on .1i3y thenies iliich iiiolvhechhiacte. i :: A caiinel ih iork i iein 0 ,ht 1isy without driniking: 'ITn ..this hle differs fronhinsoeiy imei , wlhio 'drink Feveei or eight days without working.i A ?ii'agnififle deer's hoof shoivý sall the colors fof the rainliow. A 'liuiile.s hoof shoiýs aboutilithe sain ffet iishei it hits a persoi ii the right place. Iail 'ays are aristocratic. Tlihe t ih every iaian to ki6o" his own station aind Alice (whhihasbeen tau...

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SELECT POETRY. "UNANSWERED." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

SELECT POETRY. 1 " UNANSWERED. " (r iLRENC rHiiFENMKERa 1 Do you remember the time of ourn meeting. When the lilac3s bloomed by the rid stonelwllo.* i Thelaughterlow, iidtthelf-shy gereeting, And thl thrrislionn{ i ttime t ime r~1 Ah me ! for the spring-tide so fair and 'fleeting, The tiume of liltces, when Lovrd wasall-! Do you renmeinber the last leave-taking By tlhewliite:ehlk' cliffst in the= whsid .and.rain- - -----" - The sad. dry eyes, and the coldl and slaking And our, faces blanched:with.? -silent pain ? Was I right when I thought: your heart was breaking'? Who knows ?-for we neverb have 'met again. Now, it seems soimetimes- it. were almost madness To think, as I look at the starry sky, You have knowledge there" of my. grief or * gladness, In the strange new life that yoiu lead on S high.' . Can you pity our hiuman wrongs and sad ness, The folly and frailty of such as I.? Would your eyes meet mine with divine' compassion If they met once more in the far-off land ? I am wear...

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FOOTBALL. MORNINGTON v FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

FOOTBALL. -MORNITNGTON UII ANKSTO\. This match takes pplace to-day on the 'Mornington ground, andt great interest is being taken in the result. Both clubs having agreed to play only, local men, the mnatch will be won and lost on its merits. The following will represent the Frankston :--Bentick, Box, (2), Clark (2), Deane (2), 'Daw son,'' Grant Jiimmney. Kelso, Kerr, Lawrey, Mason,. : McComb, ,Olaf, Patterson,, Phillips, Ritchie, Saidlier, and Westnway. The treasurer of the Frankston Football Club, begs, to acknowledge with thanks, the receipt of a? giinea tcwa:rds the club's fund from Ii. K. B. .Tones Esq.

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 17th MAY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED . EVERY .SATURDAY MORNING. 17th MAY, 1890. Duiours the week the daily papers have notified that : joint application has leenll made by the Shires of Mlornington, [Moorabbiia and Dande nong to othe Water Supply Depart ment, for a loan of £61,000, fron this amount £25,000 is to be charged in the Morniniiton Shire. The scheme submitted to the Department is what is known as the Dandenoug scheuic, proposed some little time ago by Mr M. Elliott, of Collins-street. In the proposals now submitted to the D)e partment there are one or two altera tions that are of great importance t Frankston and Mornington. It will be remembered when Mr Elliott's pro posals first canue before the Council that it provided a separate main from the reservoir at Dandenong to Franks ton and Mornington, thus giving these places the benefit of a direct supply. In the more recent scheme brought under the iotice of the Water Supply Department it provides for a 12 inch mamu from the...

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FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

FATAL BOAT ACCIDBENT AT C- ARRUM. On Sunday afternoon a fatal acci dent occurred at Carrum, resulting in the drowning of a young man named Fredrick Lamb, aged 2 years, sonl.of 3r Lamb. chemist; of 3i ei n: The. de scd had gone out withtivG ceompan ims,;nanied .Tohni Boyd soiiof ir Bo d, estate vaent, of South Mel bourne,, and William Slater of the same place, and whilst rowing a short distance from the shore Lamb "caught a crab "- and dropped his oar into the water and in his endeavors to recover it capsized the boati- throwing -the occupants into the water. Slatter, who was a good swimmaer, imanaged to reach the shore, and Boyd. wvho rested on the boat, also reached the shore in safety, Lamb, however, sank andl' was not'again' seen.lc All efforts up. to the? present time to recover the body, has proved ineffectual, although diligent search hag beeni Imade in the locality for several days. The greatest praise is due to Mr Slatter, Who, after swimui minig ashore,' sought assistance a...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

ITEMS OF NEWS. We are glad to learn that the improve ment so long promised to our pier is at last to be accomplished. Mr Ryan who success fully tendered for the work sonic time ago we areinformed has received instructions to jroced ' Some of the piles have tiready a rved and no doubt the work will be prceded with by the contractor, in li' usfl prompt and energetic manner. our report ft the Catholic Bazai", lasftissue, we stated the gross result of the effrt was .£231. we have since been in forined that this amount. was the actual prolfits after paying all expenses, which amounted to something over £60, tihus mAking the gross proceeds .over £2:I0. This result lus :never before been aecoin plished in the'district, and speaks well for .tlhe prosperity of the neighborhood. TO-NIGHT it'will Ie seen by advertise ment and otherwise, a public meeting will be held in the Mechanics' Institute, Frankston, to take into consideration a water supply-for the township. The sub ject is an important ...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

?oiELVRTG1'O.. --e (Fo.ot : ouni[ ; oesD- CoiR tSPO.NDI.NT.) The weeatther- an(d wiint of rait :is still a topic of general. conversatioin , nueh an unusuh l asison being inkiiown 'iii this district, ?ieicii, generally at this timie of tli ye 1 ;'.we are complaiinig of t toi piolilfic :supply The kilowiiig ones have predilctel.l rain, for many. weeks- piast blt tWith tle exception of a few lig ht .shIowci'. it still keems to pass us h hitutecemn that iwe are now iilinasit iiito- ilidwihter it does iiot seeux olisibletizit thie rain cahihold :off itiehl longei, wihei it does conice it "vill boe iitich, ?uclhdiied by all.. - We are "shortly, I understand, to' have a second dispensary and chemist's shop in Morinilgton, to he conducted and an naged by oie of our imedical gentlemen, who, if report is true, is to receive all the dispensing of hin younger rival, some understanding having been arrived at between them to their inutual lenefit and satisfaction. Thi?ihas bleeicn\ chi:i wantrd ...

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FRANKSTON CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

-4PRAXK8TON OEMETERY.. S The Government is not disposed to grant to the trustees of the Frntabston cenietery any direct pecunuia' nassist ince to enakle that body to proceed with the 'iork of fencing' iiud improv ing the reserve which hals since Mazi. 18.SS been set apart as a site for a new cemetery for the metropolis.. A conference, attended by represenita tices from 13 local bodies, was recently held for the purpose,, of. discussing what steps should be takeni to , tilise the reserve in the way intended. As the trustees are without the requisite funds to enable thein to undertake the permn:ent improvement of the ceme tery it was decided that thei Govern mient should be asked to introduce a bill authorising the trustees to obtain lo un of '£50(,00t, ' which - it ` is proposed to e'penid lipoii the reserve to maike' it siitable as a bilrial gr6oiid to replace the' Melbourne Cemetery. This proposal has vet to be'denaltwith by the Cilbinet,l blut it :is lmore thani probable that ' bi...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

(Fucon oylty owN CORnIIESrONDENT.) A number of the inhabiitant of Dromaina to show their appreciation of the efforts of Captain McGee, of the excursion steamer.Coogee, in providing for the comfort and convenience of his passengergs, I:have :purchased a beautiful gold locket, bearing a suitable, inscription tsgether with the names of the subscribers, for pre sentatioin to 'that gentlemIn.: The presentation will be made in the course of a few days..

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890

SCIETIFTIC AND USEFUL. With the view of aiding research as "it the suPtiiised prevalence of the coal. mensures hi the substrata of the South! of iEngland, a committee has been firrned, under,.the ; presidency of Professer Hughes tob make a thorough investigation of the deep. seated rocks in the, south-eastern .counties. rThis scienitific aid til the more ipractica boring operations should prove of inuch value. It will be the business of the .ciimittee, to collate ,the infor niation alIready available, and' to compare it with the' ;results ;of" the ?work done it Dover. Perseverance with the exploration--already in progress is, however, the one thing needful for:" furthier discovery. Tho' committee will be in a position after a time," t'reomediniiild' other 'ites fdi trial bores. The waste land in the United Kingdom amounts to 26,0(K0,000 acres, and Dr:'Schlich declares that' one ,fourth of this should be sufficient to Iroduce all the ordinaimt tiiiberi niow u rijited to the ailue'o £...

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