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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

Bootmakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO.,, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLAT?x STRmEr, Fpi?sKrOw'. And at SoirERVILL. :' SLARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. Boots of .all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed.. :Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. - Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. T. COREY,: MIENTONE PARADE, MENTONE, MAIN-STREET, MORDIALLOC. -OOTS and SHOES made to order; - Repairs. Neatly Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices : ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. - SHIRE OF: MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIHE & CO., (Of Melbourne and'Frankston). General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, I LL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF an s Pessently_Rndered." a All Cominunications to Head Office: FISH M...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 24th MAY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

1- "'Not timnidly, nor rashly.'"! :.: : . 24th ?AT, 1890:; . .lx-r diisiterested per son attending the public meeting 'leld in the Mechanics' Institute; Firanikston, oni Saturdy·i eveniilig lit;t 'would "at once come to 'the' :conclusion ,.,thattr; the Dandenonig "'?Vter' Supply" :Scheme had aroused . great deal of, lantent encigy anil fire,,tlhat had, apprretllr lieen lying doirmant for-a long timne; Judging by the feeling and the interest taken in the piceedings,, we are decidcdllyoflthe oljniion; thi'tt soine-. thing p?acticall will be:. the out£cn iif. Saturd'ay's deliberations, and willK"hut remain gint ;tte usual 'nuthudiasm gencrally worked up tothe callihngof a public iieeting appointiig a deputa tion and "then'?ie" a nituril .death: Everii sihnce the ilnden'oiig 'schelme ias first introduceds we,have always been decidedl3y~opposed to at?i !he grounds :.of'our ,, opposition binemg almost, the. same,as those advanced by the meeting of Saturday last, viz., that it was too cost...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 13th May. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

. OCAL MARKETS. Tuesday; 13th .May.. Howard and Scott report? Dairy cattle, a good supply, of milkers, but very few springers, rthto )l q~ality .?s?m tlysiediiuss qualities; the market was firm. Milkers selling up to £10 10s; -springers::to??I7:: Dry cows and young stock-a fair number 1arded. Three-yearold ? hoifers in calf, good sorts, sold from £2 10, to £3 17 ;,a nice lintif AldernWey :heifeifreti £2.10s" to £4 17s. 6d. Pigs: A moderate supply of' all descriptions." Porkers and baboners met with a b'risk' dlemand {nti a good advance; stores, very, few in, selling at, high prices ; slips and suckers also quitted at in advance. Calves;' A fair number penned, .which,-sold. at: full market rates; We also report having held a clearing sale on account of Mr Thos . McLear, Droniain, disposiing. :of the whole of hi?: household furniture etc:,at highly satis factory prices. Also privately, on acount of Messrs Munro and, Dixon, Bass Park' 600 coimeback owes. Joseph i Clark "land ,Co report...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

j SCIE nIFIC AiD - SEFl; * M?r 'Gladtone1. hi" , 1roiseid to write a series of papers witl the in tention; of .showing- that, science:; and; research', havei'donec mneh!to, mistai;n the' lhistorii .redit "of tlfit Old Teitaineilt," iid 'ie.ii idded ,stren 't to 'the.fbuic, lid ltht it; isi .Divi.i revelation. ) otwithstandiihgl is gre.iat abilitv it llay:ibe . loibted if her las the a ciujiiiUcnte iiiiTr ite'for' dili;g i!i a satitsfuiicory way i ithlt tsk lie lias uldertakeii,. le.does nllotiprlteid to tie poussHsiiil of inucih sieince, ;id lio i iigniirnt of llcre aniid its allied Seuliticel ditalcts;! Theroýis-a mistake which is, 'uide lWybotli oft the , coi teting parties in this argument 6hielih is 'iiiliermilismableR" 'i .liif them takes fr?o. the store,of the' other just what saits' his purpose, i liid leaves untoucimed that which lie does not like. An appeal iiny h: m;ide to astronomyi when the object in to fix the date of any particular historical event, butafter ithas sati...

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THE SEVERACE QUESTION. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTERS FOR PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

THE SE)V 'EJACE QUESITY i)EPUTATIONz-TO THE MINISTERS FOE PUBLIC WpRKS. i Yesterday a dcputation consisting of CrsIqoiwaward.. (President), Irvine, Adainms ox. S utcr, Foix .Pcddle, Sawyer, and Thornell,. Aind 3'Messrs Thompson, .Young, Jones, Worrell, Petrie and sevyeal iiiflu'e tial gentle mlen. residifigif tlie distifict 'waited on the Conmmis?oiiers' for Piblic Works; for the paidpo.seof asking for the divisionu of the Mornington Shire into new Shires. Previous to waiting upon the Commissioners, the members of the deputatibioniieia' the Oriental IIotel, Collins-street, to discuss the proplosed ;divisiins. Cr, Dowuwfdil wnal voted to ihe chr i E ~Trorrell.was appointed;secretary:l 1 i CrDownivard :explained the positioii pointing out that:unless ;solie definite under*itnidin i was arrived 't aimong themselves, tfgat he .iwas affraid their aipplication wnould be refused. A mnap of the Shire was then. displa edav with the proposed division malirked, and"re= ceived carefiliconsidera...

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THE DANDENONG WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. PUBLIC MEETING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

THE DANDENONG On Saturday evening last a public einsir=Bzehel.in the Mechanics' Institute to considerthe above scheme. The attendance was good and the grctte? .bYei )t. As tak .cin;ithe4 to the chair who said the object of the mecting-was --to -consider `- water supply scheme for Frankston. At a meeting like the present one he thought it only right that he ihou1ijL kU em what he knew regardipl- the much talked of )Dauda ii'' e Supply Scheme. --During a conversation with frj Moors their Shire secretary in the dilffa t (Mtain, Lthat'Jgeiitleimau biud; given hiun the first information he had receivcd oii' the subject. Kno"iing that a water scheme Eiw is required for F.mnkij t6a'ihilnjoruhlgtoi the tlought strubk theim tlhat it i :is possible thaf those placesjsight.be luqdecd. in-the scheme propose o'fr fle supply of portions of the Moorabbin Shire: The outcome of that conversation was that the ,' jtii.asc.rei y.7 and himnseff hail vidiaii e r` M.`'"d Eiott,' vli'"infomied themth.ltFjr...

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THE PROPOSED REFRESHMENT ROOMS AT SORRENTO. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

THE PROPOSED. .,.,EFRESHMENT ROOMS AT SORRENTO. iTo'sik I EDITOR I": SmiR-As the deputationf trom Sorrento that:.waitedu: pon'ithe!.Minister of'Lands argued that because the tramway had injured' their biisinesis Ithree: additional: miembers should be appointed as trustees to the Ocean Park;.tI shall feel greatly obliged if you will permit me to state a few facts by way of :explanation:.?The; Sorrento tramway is constructed under the authority ofran order.of the Governor in Council' to commence at the Sorrento Pier and terminate at a point near the refreshment shall within the Ocean Park," and the, directors claim the right to erect., waiting roons for thiedaccolni oddatioin of the public at each end of the line. The trustees have n 'lI6oalopower;'evn if they had the inclination, to interfere with the tramway. Ther Sorrento publicans comn plaln.. tha th, ts?unway cnvoys passengers direct from the steasiier to the hack beach, by which they are deprived of their custom..4i-thisis ýo5 w...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

SPORTIYNG NOTES. [Br EARLY BnuQ.] .Racsn'--fixtres. for next week:- SMONDAY. 2'rr MAr. Kilmore Steeplechase Meeting. Elsternwick Park Meeting. Shepparton Meeting. sttart Hill .[jeeting, JD Weights for Williamstown Races, 31st WEDNESDAY, 28TR aMAT. Wharparilla M3etiiig:l1if o9?g Mologa Race Meeting. * .')'1O19'l' I;?ugvnb?a , 29r?Ti;MAY;'? Adelaide Meeting.-Second Day. Nil.1.Oj i! _ & S SATURDAY, 31sT MAT. Williamstown Meeting. Adelaide-Third Diy. :- , . ' The new proprietory of, the, Epsom race oourse held their first meeting under very favorable auspices, the --weather was splen did and the attendance, I think, with one Exceptii'ivaas thli&largest' that has ever appeared on the pretty little course. 'Tis with a tinge of regret that I note :that the piulic are only now awakening to the fact that the Epsom course is. superior to any other'outside Flemnington or Cailfield, and it nnust, be, very disappointing, to Mr Jenkiiis to lihave to' go out whhn a''retiurn for the...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

MORNINGTON FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Again, I have to record the death of an old resident, in the person of the wife of Mr William Hutchinson who died on Sunday last. The deceased had been a great sufferer for some years from chronic rheumatism, the     ultimate cause of death being dropsy.   The family being well-known and re-   spected, quite a large number paid the last tribute of respect and followed   the remains on Tuesday last to the White officiating at the grave. It was pleasing to observe that at last the Trustees of the Cemetery are making some improvements to the local "God's acre" certainly not be- fore it was time. the rate at which the business of the above trust is car- ried out is a topic of general comment, not being under the control of the Council, as the other cemeteries within the Shire are, nothng short of an earthquake would be sufficient to move them, and I doubt if there has ever been an audi...

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FOOTBALL. MORNINGTON v FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 24 May 1890

FOOTBALL. MORNINGTON v FRANKSTON These clubs met for the first time this season on Saturday last at Morn         ingto. As usual great 'interest was evinced in the game, and despite the drizzling rain a large number of spectators assenbled, including a fair quota of the fair sex. The Frankston team arrived rather late and with only 16. men, but they secured 4 substitutes viz., Noonan and Cottier who had come over to barrack and the two Watsons and Hastings Who volunteered -to make, up the re quired number. Sadlier won the toss   from Martin the local skipper, and elected to kick up the hill. On the ball ;being set in motion it was rushed to the local goal where Sadlier marked to Olaf and the latter plaver with a pretty kick, notched first goal to Frankston whose-players were much elated with this initial success. On play -being: resumed the oval again' hovered around the .Mornington goal Noonan.;getting a second goal',...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

SIRiES' DIRECTORY. RIORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire 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 (Frankston). East Riding--H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somnerville). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. H. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND ENGINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANIKSTON. From Mbelbouirne-9 a.m. and 3 p.m. From Mornington-9. a.m.nand 1 p.m. From Dromana-9. a.m. From Somerville and Hastings-1 p.m. From Cowes and San Remo-Monday, *Wednesday and Friday-1 p.m.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

GENERAL , POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne-7.45 a.in.-12 noon 8.20 p.m. For Morniington-9.25 a.mn.-2.15 p.m. For Dromnan-!9.25 a.u. For Sonmerville-9.25 an.m. For Hiastings-9.25 a.m. For Cowes and San Remno-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-9).5 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

AN INTERESTING' LETTER SPECIALIST. T. hAME S D. LLEWELLN, who Is dly Qs teasoalle d Registered by the .Medial Bords of Victoria and New South Wales, s aware that by departing from the sual routine of a.ctiok and devoting himself seuclusely toa special .rneh, which he has done for some time. he ns not sicotly following the paths of profestonal etiquette; buit, u eosiderable body of the professon are still diasposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their nnumae who aeruires popularity in the treatment of Srteo allments and i really a Medical pelalt,he dao not hestate to resort to what he considers l.itfmate means for the purpseof dlsasrmingoynlcal riticis, otegagig as far no he is able the con. Sdeca of the public. It Is euredly better to seek astene from the qualified practitioaerinprserence to thequack. The true degnation of quackery belongs to thoee shameless adventuoners who, without a particle of medical knowledge or a tittle of claimtothe humblest deportment of the professio...

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OUR ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

OURt ADYVE'E1 tSERS' D]IEECTORY. A trcairoN:s & EST'rT AasmTrs ]llelin .T., Point.NIpeCan rd, Mloringtnn Crosskell, ltitlhio & Co. Frtankston I)avSy T. IL, Frankston Fox C. J. & Co, fBay st, Frankston IAKERnS- Ilox T. D)., Bay st, Frankston Lam:bert A., Main st Mordialloc Allpress A., lHastings BlracxssrrriTus & CoActliunil.,Ds Alston 1., Main st, t orningltn Cameron J., Bi5ay st. Frankston Galible II., Playne st, Frankston Ockendon P1.. Cheltenhlinm J-Hawker G,. South Brighton tGaskell Vc., South`llrighton IANK The Colonial Iank ofi Austrualusia, S Franlkston id Morlliligoll English and Australian Mortage ank Queen st, Melbourne. l loo'r.? ki:tlis Corey 'IT., 11[onton, Parade, IIIentono NlolTat & I)almtan liy st, Fral:ikston Rt'yiihlds.I. & Co., Phlayn st, Frankston lit C1I31A ,rlI- Glow'S& lHill,-Frankston : ]IUTCIINS-- . Cooper .1. & II., Blay st, Frankston Clsrii iEi- Stephen l.1.; L'layne st, F'rankston CIli?iISrs-...

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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.] A SECOND CHEMIST SHOP. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

CORRESPOTNDENCE. LWo ore l?tiryo reuly to pblish correspoondioce on uattters of interest; bat di uot hold ourselvo respoosibdo for the oplnious eipressed by our Correspoudeuts.-EuD S.1 " - A SECOND CHEMIST SHOP. TOTvii EDITOR Si.- TusHt line in reply to Mr R.B. lBridge's letter in your, issue of the 2lth inst.,' wvho introdiuced 'iito" his letter insinuations and remarks,.not at all inferred in my correspondence of thel17thinst. '?-Competition beingthe soul of tade," I still maintain that a .second chemist shop is necessary, and much to be desired. As to "kicking hlii i'hen he was doiwn" I cannot see where it conimes in. Is he such a heaven bort chemist that no one is to criticise ,the desirability of a second chemist 'shop' or is it for' love: of t the dollars that he would like to still have a monopoly ? Really it's very very sal indeed, that he:should Ihave to inforn your readers that hl:is "'do iii aiid being kicked.".' ''I rnam etc.,' , CORRESPONDENT.

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. A SCHOLAR'S DEATHBED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

THE DIARYl- OF A; LATE PHYSICIAN. BY SAMUEL TWARREN, D.C.L. (Author of " Ten Thousdind a Year.") `. CLIAPTER IV.-C'ontinsed. A SCHOLAiR'S DEATiHBED. He siglihed. "The clergyman you. were so good to send me," he said; after a pause, " wai's here this after noon. lie is a good man I dar :say, liut weak and has his head stuffed with the quibbles of the schools. HIc wanted to discuss tho qi'iietioil'of fi:e will with i dying manl,' doctor ! " "I . hope he did' not leav'e youo without adminlisteiiig 'the: orditances'" of rie ligionS?''I efnquired. :"lie read lhne some of the church prayers, which were equisitely touching and beautiful, and the fifteenth chapter of Corinth ians, which is very sublime. He could not help giving mle a rehearsal of what lie was 'shortly ,to repeat 'overmiy grave ! " ?exclltimted the' dyiSng ' man, with a melancholy smile. I felt some irritation at the light tone of his reniariks ,bif conceanled it. "You received the s~enraisnent, I hope, Mr- ? " He paused a f...

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ROAD MAKING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

ROADf MAKING.. : To TUB EDITOR. Srn.--I do not profess to know much aboiut road making, but it really ap pears to me as' though our local councillors or their responsible oflicers work more like school boys than men of experience. The ratelpayers in the immediate vicinity of Red Hill for solie consideriible tinie worried the councillors with petitions requesting that Red Hill and McElroys should receive attention. ý or It considerable length of time the approaches to McE]lroy's bridge haive been a disgrace and were unsafe for traffic. Lately this.l portion - has received attentioni but ill a very superficial Ianner. Instead of lilling the hole with good solid maiterial and covering it with nietal; they have slinply filled them in with it few louls of clay, and with the heavy rain during. the winter months this will make a. rnice bogi hole for vehicles. Work of this description is unpardonable, for plenty of good gravel can be obtained within 50 yards of the spot. The council has mad...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES DISPUTE. May 26th [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (?rom the Melbourne Papers.) TILE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES DISPUTE. .May 26th The dispute between the iFrench fishermiei on thoeeiifoundhliid banks aind British coloiists is :hoitrly assuming a nmore serious aspeet-. A compayl i of French iimarines, fully equipped for titlitary operations have becn landed at St Georges' Baiy, and stopped the fishing operations of the British settlers, the marines threatening to impound the nets of the tfishermen if they refuse to obey the orders given. These aggressive acts are regairded by the English yopulaition of St CTeorge's Bay as a virtuial1 invasion of Briitish territory, ainnlthie are nmoved to great indignation.in consequence of the supineness ;ihowi i by. the local oficials repriesentinge't : tile British (Government to interfere: LORD SALISBURY PARLEYING WITI FRANCE. 1 ii;:26th An inteichiamge of diplhiniatd ndots' is taking'phice betiween the' Marquis of Salisbury' iiild the Frenclh Govern ment relative to .the Newfound...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 31 May 1890

----+t-- (]?llO.M OUR OW\ CouIIESPO?:DENT.) Quite a change in the wea:thelr has taken pliace since .last week,: ?iater being now quite pllentiful :everywhere. owing to the copli:us downfall of rain on Sunday. last; one or two days durling the week beiing iquite cold and Wilnterly, reminding us thait we are rapidly advancing into mlidwinter. The concerlt held on the '2th inx., in the lechainics Institute on behalf of the Football Club, was a splendid success, finan:ucially and otherwise a lot of fun and anmusement being caused .by the songs *ind pieces rendered during the evening. .. : balance of some £7 being in hind after paying all expenses 1)r 8. '. Tihed has been .gazetted as Governmient vaccinator, at Morn ingt n in the place of Dr :..L. Ilooper who hais resignied the appoinitiment. Active prelivirations are being carried on in fitting ip the dispensary under the nilllgelenlit of the latter gentle inali when no doubt the general public wilLbe able to obtain good drugs and. c.ur...

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