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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
ERUIiT GROWLVG I7DJUSTiY. A tomato named the Ignotum has gained a great reputation in the United States. A. writer in Florida says:-" Ihave raised tomatoes in the south for the last 13 years, and, not withstanding a six months' drought, the Ignotumis are certainly the great est yiclcers, and the largest and finest I cver saw south. My patch has ad vertised tle Ignotums far and wide, and are the siurprise of ill who see theim. I am now, shippiiug to New York. I think it will be an easy matter to get them pure, for a genuine Ignotum canm be told by an intelligent grower before theyhbloon. It has very large leaves, and long leaf stalks; is very heavy, stocky in growth, and has, when growing rapidly, a peculiar yellowish color in the centre of the leaf blades." The fruit growers in the colony are wisely refraining from joining the Titicultural Board, preferring to "mind tlhecirown business." At the monthly meeting of the Castlemaine District Fruit (Growers' Association on Satur day last...
FOOTBALL. HASTINGS V. MORNINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
FOOTBALL. HAsTINr S V. MORNINOTON The first match between these clubs this season was played at Hastings on Saturday last, and was a kind of impromptu affair as neither teams had full notice of it. Hast-. ings suffered the most, Hlaw, Jones, Wat son, G. Prosser, Lamtlle and others were absentees, and the Mornington team also suffered the loss of some of thelirgood 'tns but those who where there, determined to do their best to uphold the prestige of their :. dlub, consequently on the comnmencement of the season, both teanis felt the strains on their physical powers. I am pleased to note that the game was of a most friendly nature and it is to be hoped this feeling will. be continued througsh the season. Nothing looks more disrepuhtable than a gamnewhich l esults in at succession of wild serilmmages on the field and ill' feeling afterwa;rds. The result of tlhe inatch gave the Point a win by 5 to 1. For thoe winners Martyn;, Wall, Blair and others peirforined well, and for thme losers,...
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE SWEATING SYSTEM. May 9th [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. -4- (From the Melbourne Papers.) THE SWEATING SYSTEM. The Earl of rDdtiiirven,T who in, March last resignled hifs. position on the select conmniittee- of the House of Lords on the sweating system, because the* committee refused: to consider a draft, report. prepared by hiini. his made public his reecommendationsi Ile is in favor of a system of. closer Government inspection 'of the busi nlcsses that carry oin sweating, "'the organisation of unskilled labor, and legislation to prevent the importation of foreign workmen. THE SUGAR BOUNTIES. M?May 12th - Itis reported at M3agdeburg that " if England defers proceediing with the Sugar Bountier Conveintion, Germany will abolish her own sugar bounties. FAILURE OF A VIENNA BANK. A privat bank at Vienna has failed for 7,0000?M)01 (about £553.000) the assets being 5, 000, 00011 (about £?95, 000). THE GERMAN SOCIALISTS. - May 12th The" Gcerhim' n (Government has decided'to alloh the gradual re-entry of Socialists into the emp...
PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
PICKIN 08 If : clearii`: iew- are Ilecess?ry , to discoier rigiht ipaths,heartfelt desires can alone give the energy: to ivalk in them. Therewill. alwaiys.b.a. conso lniice betiveei 'the workinlg:.of the mii[nd and the iaturoe of the hopes and and wishei:? Tgethe?i not: iiiart, will the influence the conduict andi shape the life, while atthe same ;time 'they act and reaetipdoerfully upon eacil [other.
RIFLE SHOOTING VICTORIAN RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
RIFLE SIHOTIN-G S-=---ICTORIkN RANGERS !,. The seconal,com1petition for the Officers' Trophy,,took plaiceon Saturday last,, M?y I0th, at Williamstown, when about 26 members of the coinpanyi took part. The following are the scores i SergtG. HIdker 28-... :10 28 0 1 50 PrintF.iAletn.e ... 19 33 24 5 80 4 PrivtC. E. Bleucowe ... 28 "9. 17 I6 80I 3 PrivtP. Watt ... 2l 18 18 16 75 2 Privt F. Blencowe .. 11 20 1' 73 .1 Prit J.OGrant 17 17 20 9 5 71 I"92 Print S. Docwr .. 21 2" 9 8 Privt O.tOckeien .:. 20 2 9 181 4 Prit G. Bootr ... 21 19 0 25 CoprrS.Clluudler 2..24 5 25 03 Leist leK ?iht. .. 25 31 2 ? 23 , LuceCoerl D. MeQueen 15 15 16 1i 6 Print F. eKitttick ...21 4 10 25 6 Print ,.OckeALle ... 25 28 11 4 4 Prit C.. :tAllton :.. :0 1 1 11.0 55 Print . Stanyuor ... 23 6 11 15 Prirt J.McKry 10... 13 25 Coyr1A. Bleucowe ..22 6 0 1 8 2 Prat G. Clayton .. 12 15 i 25 S' Print L. Allen. 21 .'3 l 1r 4:1 Sergt A. lcKittrick ... 12 `25 4 6 47 Print H. Clayton 0 154 5 2 1 Prit F. Hinun 10 4 8 16 38...
WAYSIDE NOTES. GRANTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
GRINT VILLE. Mliss' Gilbert ihas beii holding evangelistic services in the lMechaniie? Institute here, which have beeit liargQl attended. The residents :of Grantville' .havie expressed 'nqiidilicid 'pliasuire whilst listening to this talented yonng lady,; and :i grceat ihinber frorl the sinrrounding districts haive atteiided the services. This.district l:'his not been favored with a viit from&lt;,a lady evangelist before, and we hold it as a good omen for the futiure of Grant ille. , Miss Gilbert iiiust feel ileased with the reception accorded to her, lnd she will leave behind i most favorable inpressson, for her lectures will long be iremesibered.. A\. utuail iilprovement Associatioii has been started here, and is already doing good work A. niiimber of young mniii have. enrolled :,their nanmes as melnbei b ; iihd idraro. trying?,to' iijduce others to 'joi.'u A';ibblry liia~&lso bieei s tarted in coninection With the Association ?land considerable interest is tiaken'...
MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
.M?2LTNICIPAL ASSOCIATION OF JICTOURA. ----+--- (Con v ,enicaed".) A deputation frolnt the 'Municipal Association .waited on the Premier on the Sth inst., to urge that effect should be given to a numiber of resolu tions passed by that body in the " Amended Local Gover.mental Bill ' to be introduced by the ,Governlment next sessioni. A hope wias expressed that the Bill would ieally he intro duced during the coming session, :and 'Mr Gillies remarked that that might. now be looked upon as settled. The Premier also intimlnted that a ;Bill to consolidate the municipal laws wbuld be introduced during the session, but it would not ,incllude the. "Amrred:d Local Gorernment Bill, " to which the deputation had matode reference. If the latter; measure Twere passed, it could lIe added to tlihe " Oinrolihthdiou Act" in the following.: session, thusi making the latter a complete consolida tion -:of the municipal . laws. WrVith regard to the "Amende,d Local Go vernment. Bill, " 'tr Gillics said th...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
=FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at Droisuiav tihe lIst Szittu la in CSILlI nisintfli. l'iLEsIDIex'r, A. Downward. .1.1'. Co NxCI ioins : East ITiding-1-). 1'lairs. .1.1?., A. Down ward, J.1'., T. Stanley. Cenitre Riding- -. Blaldry, J. C. (rillitlis. W. Irciwn. WVcst ]Tiding-W. .Pattcrson, I. Anulcrson, J.Y., J. Cain, J.t'. SECarr.TT a : P'ctr Nowlin. ¶I'I.sutnmL: T. B. Miintz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
SuIIIRES' DIRECTORY. 'IOILNINGTON. Meets in Mlornington Shire Hall the Saturday before fdull moon. PaL};Ssan}wr : A.. Downwarld, J.P. CouxcIr.os : North Rilin--J. DI. ]ox. C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankslon). East iiding-H. . I. Peddle (Ilastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. ''hornell (Somerville). West .iding-J. E. Adamis. A. Downward, J.P., W. 11. Irvine. J.P1. (31Murnington). Secer?raIiy ANDo ENGINEFIL: 11. E. Moors (31ornington);
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
Meet in the Shiire H ll, South Brighton. first lMondlay in each month. 1P'ESI1)ENIT: WV. G. unr'gess, J.P. COUNCILLOIS : North Riding- W. G. lurgess, Hon ?T. ient, F. Hollier. Scuth Riding- C. . Potts, W. Lamt Smith, E. L. Vale. East Riding- D. McSwain, R. Mills, F. LePage. West Riding - J. J. Dal, D. Ab1bot. E. SBarnett. Sec?retar?--John Kei?s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
Notices MOFFAT & DiL MAN, Having purchased the business of E. Griffiths, Bootmaker, respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage accorded to their predecessor. Boots of all descripti6n Made to Order. i Reopiu NeirtlM Exsecut il. - MOFFAT '& DALMAN, Nea COFFEE PALACE, FRANESTON. p IU B L'I C N O'T I CN:E: -A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held in the ' MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, FEAxersCo, S....TO-NIGHT:..: ! .. I At Eight o'cloclk p.um..sharp. Business : The consideration of a Water Supply. . J.:' Di BOX) Iouncillors for C.. J. FOX'j, North Riding. A, P:UBLIC C/MEETI.NG - Will be hekl in the READING: ROOM; HASTINGS, FRIDAP SEVENING,' 23in m 'MAY. 1890. At half-past seven o'clock. To elect a Member of Conmmittee for the above room. M. H. UNTHANK BSeoretary T :Etit E R 4y}S Tenders will be received up to the : 9tlr May; for, ENLARGING 'and-'REPAINTI NG the READING ROOM, HASTING. Specifications may beoseen at-the residence . of the secretary.: M. H. UNTHANK, Sec., Hastings. ...
THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. A SCHOLAR'S DEATHBED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
THE `DIARY or A LATE HIIYSICIAN. -4--. Br SAMUEL WARREN. D.C.L. (Author of ' Ten Thousand a Year.") CHAPT'ER 1V.-Comianued. A SCIIOLARli DEATIIitED. "Yoi are niot worse, Mr , I hope, since I saw you this morning " I inquired. lie 'hispered ilnost in articulately, holding his hand to his left side, that lie was ahi wys worse in the evenings. I' felt his pulse; it beat 130! I discovered that he had gione out for the, purpose of.trving to get employien'it: in a neighboring printing office !- but, haiin, failed, he returned iin state of deeper deIres sioli tliia `usunal: :The pr:espiration rolled fronm his brnw alhnost fister than lie could wipe it :iway. II sat by himi for nearly two minutes,: holding his hand without uttering a'oword, for I was deeply affected. At length .1 begged le would forgive inly enquiring how it was that a young man of talent and education.; like himself, could be reduced to a'state of such utter desti tution t ) hile I ivats waiting for an ianswer, he suddeuil...
EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
'EPSO.( RACES. A race meeting was held on the .Epsom course o Thursday last, when the weatlier,was fine andmild, anid the attendani e bf visitors was fairly good. The course was in excellent order, and the progrannme was gone through without any miship?"' The meeting was the first one held under the new management of the course,. it being understood that those originally inte`r ested 'in flhed-'plae have transfe'reil their interest. The stewards who oiliciated yesterday were.not the same as those who acted on former occas stons, but iiome of the latter gentlemen were present, prepared to officiate, not having been made aware that they had been superseded.... '"'The result of the racingiyere as fol lows: BELLING . HiUDLE, ACE, Of 70 sovees. Speial weights. About one mile and a half. Mr R. Sevior'sb g Quack, by The Ace, aged, 10st nil (Harbour) 1 Mr J. Gardiner's' ch g Bonnie Chester, aged, 10st (Harbutt) ... Mr A." Faquharson's i g i Dkness,? aged, 10st nil (KHating) .. '3 Betting.-6...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
HASTI NGS. i (Frao one ow.' COarRESJPO',DE?T.) Considerable sympathy is being felt here at the deplorable accident which happeined to Guard Gleeson on Satur day last, on the Hastings railway line, through which" the minfortunate" inan? has. lost his hand. .HIisi obliging and unassuming manner had made him many friends in this place. The first football match' in- which our. local players have been engaged this season took place here on Satur day last. Their antagonists being the M3ornington players, captained .by Mr Martin. The visitors appeared on the ground seven men short, our team was also short owing tolthe lnotice being so brief, a number of the best players were:unable to be present so that our team was not so strong as could be wished. In the absence of Mr.John Watson the Hastings men ,itere cap tained by Mr Kemp, who 'did the best he could with the material he had. The result of the game was--orning ton, 5 goals; Hastings, 1 goal. A rather" sudden death took' pllce here on T...
ACCIDENT AT FRANKSTON RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
ACCIDENT AT FRANKSTON RAILWAY...STATION... On Saturday Inast an' accident hapipened at thie ]Frankston railway station to guard T. Gleeson, and re sulted in the loss of his right hand. The unfortunate, maun had just pre viously arrived by the Stony Point train that is due at Frankston about 12 35, and whilst eniagcd in coupling some carriages for the 1.2 8 train from Morniigton. In his- endeavonr to couple.the carriages, he unfortunately missed the hook, and in the reboiuni his hand was jammned between the hook :and the coupling :lmost severing his hand from his wrist. The sufferer was attendled to by Dr. Sturdee who after attanding to the; wounded Imian ordered his removal to the hllospitil. lHe was conveyed to South Yanrra, by the 12 -1i, fronm here, and from there to the Alfred ][ospital, whert :it was found necessary to ampuitate his hand just above the wrist. We are glad to be infortied dhit he is no w progesiang favorlably. re;at' symlitithy is ex pressed- forr Mr Gleeson, iWh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
Everyone Ought to Insture . Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. "D1IRECTORS - ' r ToxAs MmovmaT, ESQ., J.P., Chairman. G. D. CAuTE, Esq., M.P . T.os. 'A`~ oiTEsQ.,J.P.,Vice-Chaiinran. R.G. BENSON,-Esq., J.P'. XATTHEW LANG, EsQ., J.P. ,(Mayor of . : Melbourne): 1 I ) i J', Ho. C. J. HAx, M.L.C. -LOWEST CURRENT.RATES OF PREMIUM. Bush Fires and Gas Esplosions Covered Without Extra Charge. WILLIAM 3ACRBEDIE, S- Secretary. Agenit foi 'rank iton-Mu.?nick BnODY. Agent for Mornington-J. E. WOrELT,. Professional: (A CAnB.)? DR. STANLEY V. TREED, ;(LATE DR. A. M. WILKINSON.) M.B., t. Ch., B. 7 May be Consulted at PRANKSTON-TRURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA-MONDAYS: 2 to 5. I HASTINGS- -P IDAYS: -2 to 5: . _8OMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-i-'Ueto 1:"'" ,A nd at'his Private Xesidenco Mornington IDaily. DI. STANLE V. TREED, "Elimhttta," VANCOUVER STREETS -M N IN G To 0N (CARD.] A. H. STURDEE,; SURGEON. '(Successor to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
" 0 Bootniakers. Frankston oBOot- Warehouse.` J. REYNOLDS & CO; PLATNvL4E ET, FRANK5TOK. And at SOMERVILLE. ,;.?ýn CMtentlenc hoots an, Shoes always on hand."l Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. S' Fit .Giantrateed. . liltd Sewin Work a Specialty. Relpairs 'Neatly Executeld. MELBOURN'E PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREIHOUSE. • T. COREY 3rENTONE P]Ai.DE,31I'NTONI, a.?. X-.T I.- l.lE', 3tORD iA I LOC. B OOTS and SHOES mand to order: .L Repairs Neatly Executed ; Ready l[ade Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. SH IRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIITE- &: CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). OGenerl. Auctioneers, House and -Land Agents, TILL hold Weekly Sale s asdvertised HORSES, CArrLE. Ac., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, Ac. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF .. Account Siles, Poumptly Rendered. All .Co.n..nictions to H ae, Otice. FLSH MARKET, MELBOURNE T. II. DAVEY, ...