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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

FRUIT GROWi IG .t DUST1XY. The Acting --inister of Agriculture has had. his attention drawn ; by the Viticulture Board to the fact thalt the Chaffcy Bros, haie arran~lcd to import from California a- large number of fruit trees to stock orchards in the M3ildura Colony. The boardL in a letter to Dr Pearson 'on the subject, state that in iummense amount of injury has already been done to the fruit ,growiug - ildustry: of ,Victoria owin?g o th. e ?oooe in?.iter l ni whiih, in the past, fruit trces have been allowed to enter the colony, without being carefully examined and fumi-. gattd A' s i result of thisciirelessness several pests have been introduced into the colohiy, and compelled orclhar dists and others to exercise tile utmost ingeinity in order to coimbat the ravages of the fo?eigl posts. Under the trc?iumstances, the Minister is urged to see that careful examination of the fruit trees is -made, and that they are' dealt- withiin such'a manner as to effectually kill any insects th...

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EPSOM RACING CLUB ENTRIES To be run to-day. GRAND STAND PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

EPSOM RACINCI CLUB ENTRIES To be run to-day. - GRAND STAND PLATE. Handicap of o40 sors. For ponies 1:1.2 i :.n rinder. Five, furlongs. Little Shamrock -': Silver Meg --:,Day Dawn Oracle Ruth Bess Glen arry II Pickle Norma Stella. lly ,, Toddy. Moonstone (Ilte D. Tiny . M.) Brigantine Ruby, Oh My Louie Molly THE REFORM HANDICAP. ? Of 40 soes. Forponies 14 hands or under. Five furlongs and a quarter. lack' Boy Mornii? Light Lauly Preston Tatego Tony Peter Frisky Jinnnie Sellarine Riddle Roney I Pecussion i Caiversham Peggy Sonbeamtn Patch Mallowrake Annie Rose, Steel Dick_ Jack's the S:ul te:l:: Gillie Sylvia j HMolly B iwn , HURDLE RACE. Of t orvs 10 soy?. About one mile and :a half. Wille,- . Teddington .; Twailiwhlt Dexter Souter Johnny G.., - ,Gulph Mamuiocu Yokel. Bit o' Fashion. (late Victim Countryiman) - Gondola Be.ti Brandoni Last Tr ' ades Union Eyry Bnmgle Pirate .: Frank King Billy i Stratihmore Merry Christmasn . : SSELLING-. RACE. Handicamp of O5'soos 'Foy ponies 14 hand...

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MENTONE ENTRIES. To be run 17th June. SELLING HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

MENTONE ENTRIES. To be run 17th June. _ SELLING HURDLE BACE, Of 50 soas. For ponies 14hands and under. About one mile and a half. Refrain, nil Rose II (late rose) nil Bothoram, nil Master Gus, nil Lynette, nil Annie, nil Ronoeynil Maiuma, nil Pearl, £10 PORCIUS HANDICAP, Of 50 seos. Five furlongs. Kariri Gasperone Moonstoioe. Jack Hinton Columbine Summer Wabba Jessina Princess Beatrice ~ Lrdy rDady Satenella Doncaster Drifflield Alphington Yokel Edna Flush Partner Pateena Idalia . Sketcher Bestman a San Remo Smnolensko True HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of 70 sovs., second horse 10 sovs. About one nile and a half. Twilight;. G.G. ; Boinie Heather Darkness Souter Johnny. Resign: Elclia Sluggard Beau 'Brandon. Crayfish Gulpha . Dexter King Billy. Strathmore Merry.Christnmas S . BAY HANDICAP, Of 35 sovs. For ponies 13"2 hands and under. Five furlongs and 20 yards. Tiny.. .......lly Hereules B esas Moonstone (late Due)Teddy Norma Master (ius Stella Marigold Ruby Meg Glnmgarry I. (late Silver Gl...

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BAZAAR AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

w ilije ithe gmembeinbeirice+.:of our readers thalltit' " hat beeno notificd in these colimns that Mirs Barry, of Elntbank, Ifasiti~gs, was eing,,cd :iiak ing preparations foie i' lia -za1 the efitiifibrceeds froii which waiis to be divided anong the three loeal chuiches.. in accordauice wvith'pioevoius rr'lige uneuts, this ibazais ta iwas ippened/ on Saturdaiy'after'nboon llst..; l'he-most -astil.-observer could-not f ill to notice the ainonint of llabor and expense that had been entered intojby1 Mrs B]arry; and the arrangmcneits irelect-tlieauoiheitereiheditin-this-lady? A. larie. marquep lad been erected at the roar of the private residence in which thel goods were displ yed for sale. These consisted pf .artiles of a 1loic~udA usefiul descib ptiosonme of .which were the lady's own hanldicraft, and the remainder being purchasedi showed great taote adu judenmceit ii slecai. } ~JThsu stalls.w tire most.tas.te fully arrainged and ably attended -'bp PMiesia& aiind sBauows MLi ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

SPORTING NOTS.& lrrr 7 [Br EATnts Brus. . ;R Racing.; firxt!ures ;..for .next week S-; .' MO foNDAY. 16TH JUNE. .Entris, forV.A.T.C.; Meeting 28th, SCTCaiacld.-i q " i 1 { i i - 'Vights for Grand National Steeplechase Meeting 12th-and 19th July. •- Woights for Elsternwick Park 21st .', '.Wei hts for South Australian Jockey Club 3' Meeting 20th : S-- ': i ' • ':, TUESDAY,: 17TH JUNE. :I :Mentone Meeting ? - - SWEDNEBDAYT 18TH JUNEý'. .: 'Acceptanee for South Australian Jockey Chili Meeting 20th. " r * : *: THURSDAY, 19rT JUNE. :Weights for Bendigo Meeting 25th IF I , 2rTR JUNE. South Australian Jockey Club Meeting. : Entries for Mooroopna Winter Meeting 4th July. SSATURDAY, :21T JUNE.'" SElsternwick Park Meeting. One 'item oi interest is. the defeat of Surefoot, the hottest'" favorlte that ever Sfacedal s starter in the English Derby, and the success of Sanfoin in the same race, SSaifoin 'was traiied by Porter who has a very piowerful patronage, andasthe horse started 'second...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

~?QQ1BA4L !lr +ri. t - el7.r .t',:: ý; : r".i; i ., ihe ] uki stovf d'bays tool-;.k8W 'tcam ?tdoiv tolb .IFitiu6 'ýoii' 'Sitiurdav IList;ad n f cif viseiry closh'hiufll solc ccedcdl in )nialalm atl drq- -',h ;1 corca beiain rl' (top,1 goi 4 ;bchiinds. 1I{istin ' 1 'oal .jbehinids.' 1i atterson f r I'r id.ton; !iuiil'ratsollfior Hilf; oggs beiiio'the succcesfi1l gqsl~kockis. Good foin ' i'ias 'd~oiuifocihQ iitor'* by Ieyiioldls:Clark, "iic(oib, Oliver, well .rcpresciitcd by: Watsoni (21) lendes are to.be calld;unext month froth erection of a Post auid;Tel~eraph nffie ait Oheii~easi i:"il:1: 1.: ilk: : I( E ' ,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

BIRTH. SADLEIR.--On the 10th inst. at the Colonial Bank, Frankston, the wife of J. C. C. Sadleir-a daughter.

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 14th JUNE, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

71 1 t to Y tan l l. "Not timidly; nor rashly." , PUBLISIIED ?ERY , .ATURDAY.. M. ',M.. ORNING.:, 14th. JVNE, 1890. TitosE who hive 'eadl Charles King sley's adi:iable worlk "A.lton Locke" iWill remember~i that he hms'il rawn solme very', paxinifl : pictures ':rerding. the 'sweatiig'" system' "tha t ex isted., amoiigst the tailoripgin conm iniity in lEngland In lis introductory chapter'" Chip-cloth -iii-d-iisty, " he brought before the public the true state of the sieaiting system, proving ,that entire famnilies iwere eompelled to` work-'.ijI hovels ufits for' iifnoiis liabitation (ereeted i opposition'to all sanitalry reluirements) sixteen, scen! teen aud eightec, .o'rsaj h day, at a reluienrttlon that 3vsA illnsufmicient to procure fur thehn the bare necessities of life. More recently George IR. Simms, inir:itel'eswitsich first appeared in one of the leading London journals, a?md aftferi rds published in bookformn, under, the titleof: Iow the Poor live;" has alsoexposed the same e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER U~f.O Awol,.'a5OWN y SPECIALIST. - 13. JA.ES nD. LLEWELLTN, who is d.ly jJ.Qualified and Registered by the-Medi'al Boardsi l Victoria and New South Wales, is aware that by departing fromt the usual routine of practice and devoting himserf exclusively to a special branch, which he los done for somne time. he is noe strictly following the paths of professional etiquette: hut, as aconsiderble eody ottho profession are still disposed to stuand coldly aloof fromn anyone of their number who acquires popularity in the treatment of rertlal ailments and is really a dMcdiealipecialist,he dloes not hesitate to resort to what h :eonoiders legitimate means for the purposeof disarmingoynieal criticism, and of engaging as far ?s bet is able the con fidence of the public. ' It is assuredly better to seek : ssit-laeo from the qualified practitionerin preferenee to the quack. r, The true delgoatlon of qusackry belongs to tlose S"slhameleslSadrenturers i s'o - vithtiuta- particlo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

Auctions. pART of sale (No. 6976) of Crown Lands, in Fee Simple, at the Auction Rootis of Messrs Munro and Baillieu, Collins ctreet, Melbourne, on TUESDAY, the 24th lay of JUNE, 1890, at 2 o'clock p.m.: Parish of Langwarrin, County of Morn ington. Formerly held by Abraham hey nolds, adjoining the holdings of the Messrs Francis. Upset price 31. per acre.--Charge for survey 3l. lls. Lot 23. 101a. Ir. 34p., allotment 72s. Charge for survey must bo paid at the time of il o. Plans and information can be obtained atthe Crown Lands Office, Melbourne. Deposit, on fall of hammer, 25 per cent. of purchase-money. Balance in twelve (12) quarterly instralments, bearing 4i per cent. interest. The whole of the purchase money may be paid at sale, without interest. Any numler of instalments umay l, paid at the same time, interest .only, being charged up to the end of the quarter in which they are paid. ' : CHAS. H. PEARSON, For the Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey. To Let. LET.-COMMODIOUS BOAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

Bootmakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO. PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLArJn STREET, FxRAxsToN. And at SoxyEBVILE. LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' Sand Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes .w±. a on ', nd_ mo+ " -++ +" Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed, MELBOURNE PRBICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE T. COREY, M3ENTONE PARADE, MENTONE, MAIN-STREET, MORDIALLOC. B OOTS and SHOES made to order; Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIIIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, W ILL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioieerf : THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered. All Communications to Head Office: FI...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER V. PREPARING FOR THE HOUSE! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

THE DIARY or A. LATE PHYSICIAN. Br:SAxUEL WasIeN. D.C.L. (Author of " Ten Thouisand a Year.") CHAPTER V. 1PIEPAiIINGS Fill TIlE IIOUSE! . " D), dear doctor, be so good as to drlop in at - Place, in the course of the ilorning, by accident-for 1 want you to see Mr -- ." e has, I verily believe, bitlidieu to his seinses, for hoi s coriducting hiiself- very strangely. To tell you the: truth,. he is ,resolved on going. down to the House this evensing, for the purpose of speaking on the -- Bill, asnd will, I fear, act so absurdly, as to make him self the laughing-stock of' the whllle country-at least I suspiect 'is muIch, from whalt I have heard of his'plirepara tioSs -Ask to be- o n lhe up' at once to Mr - when you arrive, ailnd gradually direct the eonversation, to politics--when 3you will soon see what is the nmatter. Blut,liiiid, doctor, not a'word iof this note !- Yoiir 'isit~will be quite accidenfal,3oyii knsow. Believe sac, liy dlear doctor, yolrs," etc.; ctc. S?uch Wias the noteo ...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

-SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. Experiments' have been taken in hand and are being carried on by M. Ciamlierlain,:a fellow worker wiith ?~. Pasteur, assisted by M. Cadeae and M. Mfeluier, (with 'the vie?i'of testing the allegations that essence of cinnamon destroys the bacilli of typhoid fever in 12 hours. They. have it:is said, been s6 far siicessefld ais to warrantt them in;;believing;, that,the discovery is really well founded, and they are further confident that the same prepar ations diffused throughout a house should be elficacious in the destruction of morbid 'germs. No conclusive report has, ihowever,yet been issiued, and the proofsivill be' iid before somie earned body of practitioners before being given authoritatively to the public- This is something Letter than l imnocula tion scheimie, and the good. wishes of the world will go with the experiu?entcrs to. the "conclusiou of their work. The biggest gun yet turned out ,lj? by Krupp weighs 122 tons,. and re liuires a charge of 7j$)...

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VICTORIAN FISHERMEN'S UNION. [GIPPSLAND STANDARD] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

. (... I':,r.;. Ii nD s..TAD.UI)] ---+--- ,The ChiL'nhii,,,Mr JRobcrtson, said if thoise 'rffigeratig storesand miar ket accommodition at Fitzroy hlad bcen iat South Melbourne, which -was: sqi ?nuh more ceitraL forL -tlhe: pU1r ci hasor)s jad iprodue id wip oudld say ti;ie'thl l; but Iitzroy was ratlher toi fAr Cox said it was, i disgraco to tlih coloy to to s tey could not slend sullicient fiih to nmeet the deloinlds of Melbourn?e'i-;'h6r': a million pounds weiglit of fish *ihad bceli dsstroved. TI he overlnicnt should 'step-in and remedy this. for it was called al paterual govertilljo'ilt : hild- so it wa.s tti every indltstry aid e itorpriksce-exiept tile fislng-industriy.-4Henr,, hoiar.' SAn interesting letter was read from TMr T. N;. Gray, who was :at present in .Mlbourne.. I C [iad.visitcd MrLHoyt's establislhment iln Fitzroy and wrote ili favorable ternms re thlugeonral arrangce-, imrits, including faclities for turning 'odiib?;ii or ten tdnisiot f'o -daily; also tlat; a i ai...

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MORNINGTON COUNTY COURT. [Before Judge Molesworth.] June 6th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 14 June 1890

1I" R ? IG 'Or C.O1,\TIT ., . - O ;.A L . ! i Z ?: ' ii [Befor Judge Molesworth.] ,t!un 6th, 1890, : Clins.. i)Dvey ; r Sctt-?Tlrespass. . 411 danulge,: Mi P.' Stoplton: 'appaired .for plaintiff and M?r Gillott for defondant. Mr Stephen in npening tlo case ex-; plaincd thait his client was a" contractor iand carrier, plaintiffs fatler resided "on the property, and when he died left it to his 80in'.4 'luf'ejopertyj g is tlaiid down itlhfTryt;yua''i$f fcoititrespcces etc., iohe cott?ge had n spli'c hid. Tiihe defcn dant owned three cows which were of re ,novSled ihigvng ropensities ; one of these O5 ni mlttieCirJ:1' woeId icrawl minder the wire tsssil. % f 4I lavi':ys siddocks was liid down with liRley, sijd thicue cows really lived on the barley, a4 oirnatlially b'rok ihnto Darey'~epfs chi l- i' riko down, th treds and'o'tlieirwieo injurdl tlhe; a the defendant had been remonstrated with, but in return only abused his client:; he entered apleviofnoni-ownership, iand stated that the c...

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[BY GOAL SNEAK.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

BY :GOAL.. SEAK. 1 Fitzroy suffere tleirfist defeat on Siturilay at thehiids of 'the redoutable South Mfelbourneites. The Carlton and South Melbourne teamis left on Saturday night, after the conclusion of the maitches, in the steamer Arawattil, thie foriiier club' foir Sydney and the Southerners for Brisbane. Good luck to both of them. Essendon completely "flabergnstered" North Melbourne on Saturday, kicking 11 goals to-2.I Geelong, it seems, play better iin the metiopolis" tiani on their owii grouitd. On Saturday they managed to mniake'a draw with Carlton on the Melbourne cricket ground.,-. f . Th 'orts completely' 1collaed on :Saturday in their struggle with St Kilda on the latter's ground. T "v, Richmond had their first ictory this season on: Saturday. .beating VWilliam stown very easily.

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PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

PHILLIP ISLAND. (FRaO? o -O W oww coRsRESPONDENT.) The first ball under the auspices of the P1hillip Islaud(Jootball-7Clubitodl5 pice at Leesoli's iflall, ofiiridjy even hug.Jhe...18t. T alk_ . as. beautiftilly deiorated dwith ferns.a evergrions' The- iball { ceommittde worked" hard to makte he affair a success,-and....aotwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, I am pleased to say their.efforts were aunpljy rcewarded. first dcls inusic was pro vided by Mlessrs Groves, Burton and Jeury, while Mr A. MgLardyolliciated ia 1.C., iThiie'b?isigabout 30 couple present. In addition to the 24 dances on the programme, there were specials and it was exactly lhalf-rast five o 'clocidon, Sitilrday 1 i mrningw ºen ~th1e assembly bwko .upl ov e rne declaring thiit the affair waus the most enjoyable and successful one that has taken place at Cowes. Most of the guests present showed their apprecia tion of. the affair ,'by.. weairngi rosettes of "RIoyal and - Scarlet" ribbon. I must not omit to me...

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FRANKSTON V. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

FR. AKSTON T. 31ESTONE. This match was plaved at Mentone' last Saturday.: Frankstonwinniug by 3 goals 10 behinds to 1 behind. The Frankston team one and all played 'a good, game. Special notice may lbe givoen to T. Box, Patterson, Thomas, Jimmy, Cotticr and J. Clarki-c Dyal played a good game for Mentone Mr .Tas. Roberts as central umpire gave general satisfaction:; It was about the most pleasanit ga~me iF?nkston? ihas played this season.

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FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

ra.uiKSTON' . MORlNLNOTON. The above match will be played to day' at Frankston. The following will represent the home team :-Bentick, Box (2), Brown, Clark (2), Danlman, Graut, .Timmey, Krr, Kelso,. Mason, Moulday, Olaf, Piatterson," Rhemholt, Ritchie, Sadleir,. W?estaway and Dawson. The following will represent Morhington :- Martin, McCulloch, Forbes, Munro, Evans (2), P. Blair, Worrell, McPhec, Caldwell, Reoynolds, Foss (2), Edwards, Wall, Robinson and Lovel. 'Play to commeilce at 3 o'clock.

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ANTICLIMAX. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

ANTICLIMAX. BiT RBICHARD BURTON.. I walked a citystreet, and sudde-dlyo I saw a tiny lad. : The winter wind: Howled fitfully, arid all thie airabovei Thei clear-cut outline of the buildings' tall Seemed full of knives tlhat cunt agianst thli face An awful niight auiongthe unhoused poor ! The biy' was: tittered both his hands were thrust ': For show. of warnBtl within ii is pocket holes, Where pockets had not been for maiyny a One trouseri-leg w:as loig eniiidlgh to hide The naked flesh, but one, in mockery. A world too. short, tho' he was 'monstrousa small,'. Left bare and red his knee- a crue! thilng Then:.. swelled inmy' selfish heart: with tenderneass-?? Aind pity for the waif:. to think of.ono. So young, so seeming helpless'.: hoiieless too,. Breasting the night, ashiver with the cold! Gaining a little, soon I passed hiin by, My fingers reaching for a silver coini To make him happier, if only for An hour,when--I marvelled as Ibherirl- His mouth-wiss puckered up in cheery wise An...

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