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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 19TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
., ~''POT?fN - NOTE. . - Racing fixtures for next week: MONDAY. 190TH MAY. Entries for Williamstown Autumn Entries for Sydney Grand National Meeting 7th June. Weights for, Elste?n~i ick Park Races TUESDAny, 20Tri MAY. WEDNESDAY, 21ST MAY. General entries for Boort 24th. - ...THuRsDAY, 22ND MAY.... Acceptance and: general :enitries for Shepparton 26th FRIDAY, 23RD MAY. SBalarat, Miners .Turf Club Meeting. SGeneral eniitries for Coleraine 24th : General entries for Stuart Mill 26th.'., Acceptaice' for Kilioro 'Steeplechlse Meeting 26th. SATURDAY, 2H'ri MAY. Deniliquin Meeting Boort Meeting Coleraine Meeting V.R.C. Meefiig.. SThe disqualifiaention of .Myers the, rider of Merry M,3errick in the, Glen Huntly Handiisp at Cdulfield' last week, bears out what I wrote -soule time ago, viz., that t jockey 'halt l'o b ear e brunt of aninymial practice on the turf., WWen we look fairly' into the matter of dlisiqualifying riders and exoneratifig owners and trainerN, we fail to see whether the re...
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 13th May. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
LOCAL MARKETS.: DANDENONG, Tuesday; 13th May. Howard and Scott's ReI?ort-Dairy cattle. a medium supply, mostly medium quality, really good cows were in demand. Milkers selling up to £12. Springers; to £8 10s. Dry cows and young stock very few yarded which sold at full market rates. Horses, a few useful sorts sold from £10 as to .£16. Weedy and old horses hard to quit at extremely low prices. Pigs: a small supply of all descriptions; prices all round showing an advance. Baconers, heavy weights, from 50 to 60s. ; medium. to 40s. Porkers, from 25s to 32s Od. Stores, to 20s. Slips, from 12s to 15s. Suckers, 8s to 11s. Calves: a medium supply which quitted at full rates.-They also report having held a clearing sale on ac count of the executors of the late Anthony Ridgway, disposing of their dairy and Alderney cattle, horses and pure Lincoln sheep and lambs at highly satisfactory prices, the whole line of sheep averaging. 4osper head. Also privately 500 comeback ewes, on account of Mr P. ...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 May 1890
SORRENT'O &nbsp; ---+- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) &nbsp; The Sorrento, Sports Committee held their final meeting at the Morn- ington, Hotel, on Saturday night, when they presented Mr E. Clark with at gold locket, in, recognition of his services as secretary to the recent Easter sports. The committee are to be complimented on the success of the sports; not only were the sports a great success, but the Funds balance well on the right side, after paying away in prizes, etc., the sum of £61 5s 9 they, have a balance in hand of £12 1s 9d. &nbsp; A number of the gentlemen who formed the deputation that waited on the Minister of Lands last week, met at the Continental Hotel, on Wednes day, the, 13th, to nominate three gentlemen to act is local trustees for the Oceia Park. Mr Wilby occupied the chair, and the following gentlemen were selected to act as, trustees: &nbsp; &nbsp; Messrs :J.B. Clark, (Mornington &nbsp; Hotel), J.R.Benstrum (Co...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
MOORABBIN. Meet in the Shire Hall, South Brighton. first Monday in each maonth. PRnSIDENT: W. G. Burgess, J.P. COUNCILLORS:! North Riding-W. G. Burgess, Hon T. Bent, F. Hollier. Scuth Riding- C. J. Potts, W. Lamb Sllith, E. L. Viale. East Riding- D. MeSwain,- R. Mills, F. LePage. 'Vest Riding -J. J. Daly, D. Abbot, E. Batrnett. Secretary-John Keys.
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
=-FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at Dromuan the last Saturday in each month. PRESIDE~NT: A. Downward, J.P. COUXcrLLORs : East Riding--D. Mairs, J.P., A. Down ward, J.P., R. Stanley. Centre Riding- -. Baldry, J. C. Grilfiths, W. Brown. West Riding--W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY: Peter Nowln. TREASURER: T. B. Muntz.
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
ITELS OF NEWS.. -A writ for the recovery of £10.000 Saulages was yestorday~issted;'>ainst Mr C. H. James, M.L.C., by Mr F. S. Steln, jin., solicitor, for Mr James Smith Jenkins, a resident of Mornington. The action is brodiht'iiiesfikpecis ofifalleged -misrepresentations with regard to certain land at Mordialloc owned by defendant of which plaintiff became the purchaser in THE will of the late Alderman O'Graidy" .wis lodged in the office of the Mnaster in Equity, iyesterday, and probat ,will, ibp applied f?r 'by thte e utrix (the widow) and John Charles and Williahn H. O Grady. The testator leaves real and personal estate in Victoria valued at. £45,178 (.43, 198 personalty)i and-is alsosaid..to have been possessed of valuable properties in; New South Wales and Queensland. By his will, made on thee,22ud'-April;ra week before. hisedeaiti~ ,ihe dispo ses otlthe estate among his own family. Tres Railway Conptnissionersrsays the catiiions or or iienieikb exitinih in thie' 'department,...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
S HASLTI2GS. Our i?qIuiet fishing village is suffer ing from r minil attack of military enthusiasm, neafly all the eligible men .both married and single have 3j6iiedtlle~ corpl recently?i etiablishlcd her.. IF 'ainn:l-ladin to notivie /that Sergeant.. \illim Tno 3tnes., ,ately of the Indian. army hhi bieeil appointed drill instrittor for this colnpany. If -12 years service .in the Imperial forces, where lie has bW n'th'rough the efir6, is, anyir~eparation\ for,\the ,position, tlien -I tinu?k" we-lave gorthe rilt ,iain in the i-'ulit pric espi. lly -as sinceli ;lis uliedi;c ulii, io i,n?ihfe has ,calred the goo, iwill -;d resp-ect of all uth whom ihe, has conic in contact. ;::Theic'is some talk of a beliefit being got up; for ?guaid. Gleesoiiu who lately lost:,his:haiid through: -hir aicident ion theTrailway:, iidiilso. for; a.'deser.ving widomi,;who is left?vith a large family should the few individuils who have started,.the piojeet, cirry out their intentions, which it .is hope the...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
(FRdoi o-run oW" CoiRESPONDExT) ~A-meeting of young.aen~was held. at the Mornington Hotel last Saturday evening for thie purpose of forming an Athletic ,ub The meeting was quite unalinois,l and the following gentle nmen were elected to fill'the: different offies ;--Mr John (Mii iej(4pnt.; Mr E. T. Williams, Vice-p iwre ff; Mr E. Clak, Secretaryv; Mr Hutchih soni? Tteasl\rer and a working conm minttee of nine ; representing.Sorrento, Prtfise aiidtl ye. The wl?ole of those peiieten? ?l one members. This Club iT fsrmed for the purpose of taking the maidlgement of all the differeiit sp~tt; -:i viz:-Football, Cricket, etc. The first Satuday in each monthlj :wa'J decided jon) as the nig?ht of meeting to which ill young men are wanted.: .?'i, l w. . The usual Temperance meeting was held "at the Mechianlics Institute on WVedinesd3ay night.) Rei 3Mr Chase in thie chir: There wad- at very good attendance, about 60 being present. The young people seemed to enjoy themselves immensley, but if th...
NEW METHOD FOR THE DESTTUCTION OF RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
kEITV ME:TH OD l'- OR THE DESTTTUCTIOY OFRIA7BITS.J I !Mr MIorton president of the Ballarat%: Agriultunal I, aud! ;:listrol Society, has received a communication from Mr R. G. Staveley, of New Zeailad, aiid paitentee bf a?'c'mpdt~fioii l ipaste, which appears to be a specific for the destruction of rabbits, its success in New Zealand having.bieer of a most pronounced character. The dlistrict. 'rliblit/ 'bolirds'i speak very highly of the paste, which is very cheaily made, the principal in ,redient being flour. Mr Staveley offers most liberail!terin "aiilt says in his letter to Mr Morton: "I will pay the expenses of a man across - to Ballratt, and allow you or any gentle man you may reconunenl the free use of it for, siay, three months. YOiiU liay ith6l"iiisiis ,ivige 'ilWhile lie is working for you (say 30s a week and his keep) ,for \threox months. 'After that, should aiiy of your boards oS counicils wish to use it, the chiurge will be .£25 for the whole of these district., "nd miia...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. An, accountjiLn'. wnovl process of rc?iu insectfromn plants, by Edwin P; Poiler, of Naitional City, Califoriiia is givein in: the':Britisi', 1'ail, it consists in idislodging the vermin and imenly hug by, means .of sandblast, which destroys yearly entire groves of Lemon and Orange trees in Florida; South California '.nd other tropical States. In carrying iiR t the invention a fan blower of. an suitable con struction, or any other apparatus capable of creating an artificial current of air. is employed. Tihe artificial current'of air thus created is directed against the tree or other plaint, anid'in its transit from the fan blower to tie plant, the current of air is charged with sand. Of course othe force of the artificial air curreiit must be care fully gauged,. so thiat the sand which is projected by the same against the trees. or plants will not destroy the plants together with the veri;in or scale, and the sand must be sifted, so that no .coarse particles o...
SORRENTO 3RD TWENTY V. ROSEBUD UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
sonIusiNTO 3li TwEsNTr V. InOSEIIUD . UN ION. The third twenty of the Sorrento Football Club journeyed to Rosebud on Saturdayv last to, try,, conclusions witli' the local lads,4 who, Lhoi?reºe, proved too many gunis for' theie . L. Salva,. the Sorrento. skipper, having won the toss elected to kick towards the westerii end. ":Lawrence' kicked off and the ball travelled smartly to the Sorrento goal' and a behind" was jquickly scored. Kicked off, the ball still conitinued to 'hover about the Sorrento goal, notwithstanding the efforts of Sutton, Joe Cain, Watson and Salva to relievethe goal.: , Out of a srimmnage right in front Fred Salva-- put up' the ,first :goal ;for the, locals. Kicked off Rosbud agail pre vailed and two imore behinds were added, ,when time,: was - called ;,the gamie standing Ros~ebid' 1 goai'3 be hinds-Sorrentol pln. i. tl'hrown . up Sorrento made a desperate rally, but the local-backs turned the tide, and pilay continued in the centre ror some time. rAt last a fin...
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE PEACE OF EUROPE May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
ENGLISHITELEGRAMS. -4-- (Fronu the Mfe boirnPapers.) T'HE PEACE OF EUlROE .. ay 19 . The Emperor of Germany, wio. is at presen-Jvisiting the naval tation a.i Konigsberg, in the-course of a speech delivered there declaried thlit the natiodi Europe '.ould .,recenei a i ,lesson;&it would not forgetfoir acentury., ,t,:, PRINCE; BISI[ARCK'S ;;VISIT,., .TO - ., -ENGLAND. .:'.., Mfay' 19. Prince°Bissinark is to i isit Eniglhld i June next.. .,The ex-Chanucellor, -during..? an.' interview- at' which the prosoeets i of peace '-beinig naintaiine'l in Europe were discussed sasserted thatilRisussa wiild'assurcdl . inter cneif France were attacked' by., Germany or any member of the triple: alliance." On'i the other hlaid, Germainyv: ould stand by her iillies if Airst ia feie meinaced by. the Czar. " THE W?RECK"' OF THE RM.I S.: DACC Four hundred eugranuts who were proceeding " to Queensland by the R.M. S. Dacca. which was totally wreckeid on tho Daedaluss shoal, ini the Red Sea,.h lve be...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MIORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shiro Hall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : - A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILLORs: North Riding--J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frainkston). East RIiding-H.- H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding--J. E.-Adaims, A. Downward, J.P., W. M1. Irvine, J.P. (Morniagton). SE:crETAr AxD ENGINEER: IH. E. Moors (Mornington).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
TD'IMiA~ Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 15th May, 1890. TENDERS will be received, subject to - the Conditions of Tendering, for Additions State School No. 2656, Somer ville, until Twelve o'clock on THURSDAY, and at the PobliceStjiioii,'Fiankato s, The amount of the preliminary deposit to accompany the Tender is ..5, and the aminount of the deposit afiash security for the due performance of the Contract is 5i perlcent. : ,'.?OUT :-/? The Board of Land and Works, will, not ,necessarily accepttlie:lowestjor'any Tender: D. M. DAVIES, ' Coiii misissioiier~ f PabliWoirks. ! TENDERS.-MAINTENANCE , OF, JETTY LIGHTS. TENDERS;will be received-up to Noon Sof Wednesday, the 11th June, from perisohs ~ illiig' .to contract for tlhe main; tenance of the undermentioned lights from the! lt' Julysi, 1890; to thb'e 30th' Juiie; 1891:- • Schnapper Point .. Twivo2) keroeihs Franksto ... ... One (1) ,, SCowes ... . One (1) ,, IrO . .ia .?.?Oer() Tenders to le endorsed "Tender for Light," and addr...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] NEW CHEMIST SHOP AT MORNINGTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
CH. cORRESPONDENCE. . ec.. . ..... . .---- 0 r e miiwIa ae . ....E. on mtoottere ofiuterest, but dofoQhold ourselves responsiblo for the opeidioni.epressed by our n._Corrsp, oudeuts.-Eo. M.S.1 N?EW HEIi TS IQP AT MQ1IINGs b.I c A? To TiiEEDITO?..,p h,--Ar , pargraph~ appears; inu your jssue of the 17tn i ,Just.o ,under the heiding of own corresponldei?, stating that baseeond Idispensary iand chemist shop is shortly to be started in M oru inetomi, and-iletacludes with thq words "thol has been muchf wanted for some !time past.."? N?,orqIrI o no, uo object to the first. pbti aplerfng-in' print, ,but I certainly think it rwould have wiser and inor. ??sidei'vin?onAhis been pacrt ha he)om!tted tle?,ast;isentence, Aas1I am no1 ro aware lhther he, s per. l ally hus any cauiseg-f complaint agaiisut; n- or'!iotn;.tit seems ilike? "kicking a man when= he ish dow.:i 'which is both cowardly anud contemp I,j's-de-eonbat and, i il; I,, hope, still hold my uiwn for somie time to come. .Apologi?lng-...
THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. A SCHOLAR'S DEATHBED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
THEt T'DIA i "-rf,.-I?.TE P HSICIAN: By SAMUEL 1 ARiEN, .C.L. (Author of : t' Tn 'oi-so'anilYe lir.'') . T' CHAPTER 11 Conti?eui6/. S(.o dctoi.-!" he. tcoiintiue'd,' wvitlh i. deep si?h;;' :if 4' could buhbit?have' seen tIhsie t ings three years ago, as Is ee th eii tobi I iight lit this'' imolneit iilav e bee :a sober -- ad1 repect able mem?ber of society; but Inosw.;I n dyiig -? ,- haliaigci-O --- a ool.'--,I beggar !;": id hlio bulrt linto. tear.; You doctor," I preseitly; .contin uied;; aeaccustoined; I uippoise, jto listenio 'these' deathbed ",repinings these;' soul-'cl rgingi-tihse" ailini.s ovter I':-badl vspciit life !o (li'ye'; a .1 ainearing eter iii'I, seei t'o 'look at things--at.iirty wminnd mid heart, specially.-througli,`th ie idiui :.f a strange'- searching;, uincarthly light! Olh .li01' iin' my,'i inillnntliiigi'n:ift 'iiakes distilct;'whilch I' woald faiiihiiave 'for; fotteiiefor ever!.' )oouredollect the *terriible langui oiiglf &erijptiie, dloctor,. wlich...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890
Everyone Oug 9SYto Insure Against_ "ire. d' E . THE NATIONAL INMSUriCE 9MP (LITED.) SHEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, IELBOVTNEr- TrOMAs MOuBRAT, aEsu. rman. .D. *. i? P.i ,3 rl' Tsos. A.xs p.EsaoJP. ViceCh'a rma. R. G. BEN.so, EsQ.,J.P. MATTrrr w LAIO, EsQ,- J:P.- (Myor.o -- - -·--- _ - ..Melbourne). &lt;j4 -X- " C . JS . H. .L.C. * '( WES EI RRT)i iATES OF PREMIUM. BnishFires andGasxplosionsvere-itout-Etra g Charg. - i.i0 , WILLIALM. 3nACPEDIE, ."'. Secretary. Agent for Frankstton--nr M. BRuoT. Agenit for 'Mofihgto--J.':E ,WolRELL.,T 3 L J 0 o f T 7 . .. Prfssiosio: _l. _ _ _t_ _ ;"___ _____ DR. STANLEY ;'. iTHEED, .(LATE DR. A. M. WILKINSON.) May be Consulted at - TIOn- THU BSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA -MONDAYS: 2 to 5.. SHASTINGS-FRIDAYS 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS 411 to1. And at his Private Residence Mornington SDaily. D?." STANLEY V. THEED, S"Elimitt,,"i VANCOUVER STREET1 SOR N I.N ,G T -N. [cARD.] ' ".SURGEON. '(Successor to DR. ATKINS.) May be Consulted ...