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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 17th June. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. /,-. f.!t , :DANDENONG,.,:., _ L_ Tuesday;?'ith June. How?i (a Sdott'por~t- Dairy cattle: A fair supply. yarded, all .classes realising a high price, 'milkers selling' up to 10 10s, springers to £8 and good sorts were veiy much iiquiired for. Dry cows and:yomug:stock: Goodr supply:.toI haund, and two or three good even lots of young dairy heifers meeting with, brisk competi tion, of which we sold ,thirty at £3 lls. Pigs: A moderate supply of porkers and baconers to. hand; prices ruling slightly higher than last week, and baconers ruling a shade ..higher. Baconers: .medium weights, 50s to 55s; light do, to 45s. Porkers, best, to 35s; medium, 25s to 30s. A:large : number of stores weroerpenned, mostly good quality, prices ranging from 14s to 17s 3d. Suckers and slips were largely reresented, and dull of sale at s-ightly easier quotations. 'A fair' 'spply of calves to hand, all of which quitted at high'prices. We also report having held a clearing sale on 'account of Mr ...

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SELECT POETRY. LOOKING FOR THE LIGHT. (A TRUE INCIDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

SELEC7". POETRY. LOOKING FOR THE LIGHT. (A TRUE INCIDENT.) "Have you sighted the light yet, ship mates ? Eager the voice. though weak, With this sad refrain from a couchof'pain In the brigantine Mozamubiique, As out of the ocean spaces slow, From a voyage remote, she drew, With her youthful captain stricken low, And a vaguely anxious crew. " Have o?t' sighted' the light yet, ship Imates ? " Oh; double the look-out, pray ! Let my heart grow bright at the beacon's light Ere I pass from this world away. I would feel that your all safe home once more, I would know that my grave shall be With my kindred, green on the peopled shore, And not in-the deep mid-sea." They gathered about him gently. They were true to him, heart mndhand, But the night fell dark, with no saving Sspark, " To hilit of the longed-for land; Till at last, as again from his dying lipl The demand for the last timie broke, SLaud mo! " ;ent ringing through tIle *. ship, But no thrill in his breast awoke. "Ho, Captain, the...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

SCIE TTI'IC 4Y rD USEF'UL. -s N ogel hasl found that cinclhla-e trees growing in hot-houses in Europe develop no q?yniie ii their bairk. Oil-stains iiin:y bie''erinoscd : froii r b aplying :.pipe-catypowvdered a ie with watern to thc thicknss' of crcam:;;leaive?n four houiirs. Tli, disco eiry has: beei recently iidoe. ini, ?rine thaii in ll. o.f rhoidiuim i d lead iwill alisorb itrogef oxg i: :land, when heated; give tliemi off ,with explosive violeice-:: :.. To give vwater-color .pictuiires a giissy appearance; coat theo witer colors first iwith titewooi thrie coats of thinstairch or riceiboilediiiand strained through a cloth thein cover isith n varnish lconsi ting of diextrine two; parts, alcohol half a part, alid fater, two pats Violet sachet-powder for perfuming clothes, note paper, etc.: Powdered rose-leaves or orris-root three pounds, powdered,bergainot-peel one pound, powbderedl cloves and cinnamon .each six. ounces, powdered acacia uand orane.e flowers . each eight ounces, s...

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RIFLE SHOOTING VICTORIAN RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

RIPLF SHCO!VlG , vIcTORIAN RANGERS lTho fouirth. copetitiq4n foi?the Offi??Leist. Trophy, took;place onSaturday hast Juo ' 14th, "at .Villiamstown, but owing to. tho indlemency of the weather, there, was ,not so many present, and a side wind being on at tho time rather altered the turn events had been taking..; The following are the scores:-? ? .-,? - Dirt F.llencowo. 22 22 26 1080 5· Segt A McKittiick: 28 21)18 12 79 4 Lehit MBcKn?lit .. 233 22 6 74 I Privt F. McKittrick ....') 24 ' 21 io) "2 Privi P. Ockenden T:." 21 18280',8 $ 7-'I' . Segt'G. Hawker': :.;.; 2522' 15"3 062 (2 L. Cprl S. Chindler,.:.j 1?.. 20 . 02 Co?'rl. Blencowo ...'.. 8:.?.16 19) 5i9 Privt: S. Doewn?r' i` ,,;..i?.?"3 20' 21:.: ,), : Privt F. Allen: 1,,16 ' ) 810 171 L. Coprl.:, CI''yteon:.' I.) -8' 8'2 5 0 i Privt P. Watt -'11.12 9 17 49 Privt J' Friday .' 1.13 4 2.4 PrivtG?' Clayton:i :: 0

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EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

On Saturday the racisig fixture was at Epsom, and the excelleiitly appoinl ted course nearl Mordlalloe was visited by a. large tiuinber 'of "ispectators, despite the fact that the weather was not all that could have been wished. The rain Iheld off durinig the afternoon, and very good sport was afforded in most of the races. F?ields, : which were decidedly larger than usual, con tested the variotis'events,' and though there had been a good deal of rain during, the Priday, the course'was in fairly Wood order. Those who back' horses had a good daiy, as in 'most of the races the favorities won, while in. noine of the other instances was the winner quite unsupported in the betting. The following are the details of the events : GRAND STRND PLATE.:: Of 40 sors. For ponies 13.2 hands or under. Five furlongs, Mr C. H" Wallis's b f Stella, 4 yrs, Gst 101b; carried 6st 131b. (G. Redfearn) ... 1 3Mr D. Murphy ns b in Louie, 5 jrrs st 101b (V. Fountain) ... ...............2 3Mr T. Denipseybr or ...

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

MENTONE RAGES. ---------- The race meeting, which was post poned fcom Tuesday last, took place last Thursday on the l eIntone course. FiTe gathering wais favored by delight ful weather, and in that respect the club was fortunate, as the original day was a very dull one. The atten da?lce was large, and the day's racing was gone through successfully. Ain early start was made, and the last race was over early, and enabled the visitors to get back to town almost before dark. During the, afternoon an inquiry wais held by the stewarlds into the runniing of Lardy Dairdy ini the PIorcius Iandicap, for which the colt was at first a favorite. iHe afterwards' 'receded`- in the' bettiilg and ran nowhere, Moonstone winning. The stewards inforined the trainer that they did not consider Lardy Dardy's running satisfactory, buit no further aetion was taken. - In the Bay Handi cap a fine of £20 was inflicted on the owner of the . pony Floss for his lneglcc to scratch within the proper time. A conside...

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THE FRANKSTON CEMENTERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

TED I RANKS8TON GCEMiE1Elbl. To TI HE! EbITvi. Si1n.--lA short time ago during a stay i?n.y1u nighlborhood, I 'ai gn6 iwy' to what.may be called a.weakness oin my part viz. that of visiting the last rest ing phiceoffthoce .who; tat :one time took their part ii tl?c bu'sy ar fare of life; ({al itweank, s. isre timeltality or wt till, hit t etliere is 'somcthung sacred in spots that have been termed " God's- Acre." On visiting your local cemetery, however, I wa etly diiatI lJ ioint?',t. fhin i various wanderiingt at-doereenf places Lhave.never .scmt :L-cemetery ihr such township. The whole df the enclosure is thick scrub a.id iunder-growth, and in some'plh dees etlmhjTgrLave arke cori tike place therd: diiriim the sumiimer oniith; the vhble of'ti?fe efe±ncestiL closing the gravl1 s" will be destroyed :indwith thhe' 'usiiul"'absence"oirf "tlid numbers ,placed oIn the graves it would be a matter- of.. impossibility ,for! the owners of tllemn.to find the last resting pliaces'of' those'i'...

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TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

TO TUE EDITOR s?rri-There scems to ibmuci drrivrity of opinion respecting the "rWater Scheme" for 'Mornington. I have been reading the letters pro and con, and I iidist' say' thalt' one' thing is prominent in most of thenm and that is Slainientabld ignorinuce of 'the locality, and capacity of the imain springs iIn the:district. ; Mr Elliott states that. hli visited the springs in thle .vicinity, yet never wiiit' past Deauis' and owns that ho does not . even.,;know where Mr Clark's estate is, and I believe till very lately few.oof the' inhabitants of the place had any idea of the water tliit iv?i t6 be bbtidiied. It is foolish for people to write or talk about things they know nothing about. I may say I?lave lnown ,of ,threeij sp.ringis for many years " and 1 'inpast niy minority, " lland to my kinowledge they have never failed'risiig lip iand pour iug awayuit.the. hottest. summer,. and have been used for watering thousands of sheep when there was scarcely any other water in the dist...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY INSECT PARASITES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

F1 UN UI T 1ROIVRG .TNDI TS'TR Y IN.SECT :PAR.ASITES. The Caiiforniiuns were iidebted to Ncw Zealand for the mc:ns of ,gettig rid of the dreadful scale insect (leerya Puireh:isi) by maics of a memiber of tlic Ili'ybiid -fimiily (Vedclila carMlinii lis), and. they have paid the debtt by sendingi to New Zealand a'parasite to dlestioy the Codlimi'ilotli :is noted iin our agricultural notes last week, in swhich it is stated that MTr R. Allen Wight; cntoinologist, had received a nmuber of insects which prey upont the: Codlimn :mothl: . The. insects 're runicid all thidiii they .ar.'euot true parasites, but of a predieious ultullre of tli?e s:nto' chi'iteit ais the Dragon fly and white ait, aswits iproved uponc trial, when one of themi devoured several sf the Codlinmnoth grubs. The Vcdalia isi however,, a still. mtore wondcrful antd powerful insect. The fol lowing is a portion oi a report by lMr .R. Altolln Vight in the Otamo 0lFiituess . "The medelia has 'bccn prollnouncecd, by'' Miss Jm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER UaM £ wMge&,mot SPECIALIST. D . A ES IRWLN.I, who IiLEpN I Qnol,?' ad nIo d by the.la eld ol Victorl a and ew Houth Wel, Is aware thsat by depiting from the oamlroutinoe of Dr. ran av hme anclonvoly tor AaM LE E not wi. a ono a h dbo4n or tem ptlomh to oat ibyoed tos tad aldlye? oiom n one i tho mbs rwho a udrpoporitty in the utrameat oe eesta aIlmentaod s really a MedlRcEl peolallt.he doa nt heitel to reort to what he oneoaldere htmat e mnt for the ipupomeof dlarmlngeynoleal alllilad of mtallt Illill l toon deam oef th publl, It sa.emredly bettr to seek mlasta from tobsqnlled praettU PIein Opreteea hetYededluatlon of quackery blongv to thos-e aIameem adventurers who, without a particle of Sedilo knowledge or a tittleof claimtothssumblO deptm the ent of preson. prctie extorti and deit, advertslng their nostrum. u cesu ArL; men of the owet grade of iotellect and rpsousebllty, whom ameunoe iso as unbounded r e their promue gand other wneito australibaand ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

Amusements.1 !, . V ICTORIAN '-. RANGERS A GRAND MILITARY CONCERT -ATHEN EUM, FEANKSTON,- We?lnesday Eveniiig, Jnly. 2,: 18j) -A Good. Progranriine Provided. Doors open at 7.:3O. Commence at s o'clock. Admission-Front Seats 2s. Back do. Is 6d. Tickets nlay be had from any nmeinher of the comipany - -..' SSERG . GPOP Hon Sce. DANCiNG? DANCING ! IN consequ!ence of the ProtestanttHall, Chelteliaioi, being enggaiel "on Monday, by the P.A.F.S., the 'ernside Quadrille Assembly will meet on TTuesday instead of Monday as usual. For S .le. O? LET. Two nune roomed villas iu : -High:.:i cld- Nolan streets.--Apply office of this paper. : . . [O LET.-5 acres good garden land in Fewster road, off Bluff road. Cheap. Apply E. J. Barr.ett, South Brighton. Notices. NOTICE.-On and. after July, 1890, the PORTSEA 9 a.m.?; :.i : SORRENTO !.30 at.i. 'RYE 10O.l:l:i.in ' Arriving:-DROMANA Noon Returning--DROMANA 1.45. Stopping "it'- ROSEBUD; RYI ?iiid SORRENTO r.. Arrivin' it PORTSEA'4,.ill.u . , .-WILLIA.M...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

* - I 0 'i '':. .Ii' I ITEMS OF NEWS.' Txx motion authorising the. floating :of 'a lan for'4;500 forthe N6otlh' aid' Eaist Ridings was passed through all its stages on Monday last. Tenders for the deben tures are returnable to the Secretary of the Shire on the 2(thof next-month.-Among. the various works scheduled are drainage works for Frankston, and the improve ment of the streets and. fqt-pathse ON Mon ~y evenig last asoiabtea was held in connection with the Wesleyan Church, Frankston, in the Sunday School building. " ,There w was a.-od attendiance jind' tho various' tiisble 'winowaiteid 'oh1 by the Misss dook, Renotif, -MecC6ounb and Lawrey. These ladies were most atten tive in supplyiny the different wants .and gave every 'saittsfaftioii.. 'After 'the Jtesi, the room was cleared, and the company indulged in a number of social games, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. RB our advertising column it will be seen thait Mr C. J.EFox, of this mtown in tends' holdinigmmonthly! }saI...

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

-H.AlSTIXGS. (FRox OUwR OWN COiRIESP'O\DENT) :Thderatd odf towsship'illothiiiits -in Hastings I seemi to be going ahead again'on the Railway Station Estate, there has been a considerable number sold-lately; and-I-hehr of several blocks having been sold at a substan tial advance on the original cost. 4I?cssrsCaraur ih&d..sotts have. in course of erection a large building for the sale of building materials and for , timber ir;dff is Miihist'ie?i ~Jiidghg by the ?adtJunt.1 ;sf l toek 'they Uhve already on the ground, they intend to be able to, suppl)y r-those-,who are at present building-iL their allotments, as well as those who have it in con templation of which I hear there are several. The military movement ini Iastinig is s i . g o it give, iur o ittle to itship' on -1%days adSStintda:ys quite a gay appearance (littloidreamt of a few years ago) hlien the Chrysalis drops its working day skin, and becomes a Butterfly; in the smart attire of a rifleman. I bear from a.rcliable ...

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

BORRENTO. (Faoxi OUR owN CORRESP'OnDENT) i r:Bensilum completed the pur cli?oe of tll C.'Qntinental Hotel last 1Dfoniay, by tre payn?yent of £6000 csh. This property cost £14,000 build ing.- Three or four y-m?urs '?ag when -rD Hughes was' -tlte? ]aidldrd 'it was for a long time in the market for sale at £3,500. Mr Coppint purchased his parners interest, expiended £10)0 piijioi improvements, and let it to .Mr Suecrhn.with the right of purchase, io'soloshis lease ito 1MIr Bensilum. It is gratifying to hear that one half of the 'purchaso money will be invested in the erection of an Coffeer.Pdace at the Back' Beach. A gang of plate layers have com ,nmeiopd; to , th9 ( iripls forI a. second line uoin coridalnc witrii the agreement betwccn the Shire Council and the Sorrento :Trani C'ompany. HuIIddard Parker's now steamer for the- Sorrento-trade-has-been-launched and christened the "Hyvgda." ' iA v ;ery successful Tonemperance Meetii ?i' held at the Mechanics' Instit.Wte e Wednesday night ...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER V.—Continued. PREPARING FOR THE HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

THE DIARY oF - OA ATE PHYSICIAN. Br SAMsL WA-aKN,. D.e.L° (Author ?o" ' " Ten Thounsan aYea.,,) :..:_ CHAPTER .-=Cot itiuetd. PREPAnriNG FORi TIEl HOUSE -: "It is, indeed, Mr . It.beats u!pwards of one -hundred ard fifteen a minute," I replied, still- keeping my fingers at' his wrist, and my eyes riveted on my watch-for I dare not trust myself with looking in his coun tenance. He started fron me with out uttering a syllable; hurried to the table, poured out a glass of wine, and gulped it down mstantly; I suppose he caught an unfortunate .smile or a smirk on my face, for'he came up' to me, and in 'a coaxing but .disturbed manner, said " Now, come, come; doctor, doctor, no humbug! I feel well enough all over ! DI it, I will speak in the House to-night, come what may, that's flat!. Why, there'll be a general electin'-in 'a few months and-it's of: conseqiuence for "nmeto do soinething-to make a figure in the House. Besides it is a great con shtittioiial "?' ' Well, lll? Mir ,' undoubted...

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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.] THE FRANKSTON WATER SUPPLY TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

CORJ2RS.PONYDEKCB. LWe' are nliay ready to publish correspooldence on mattmrs of interest, buttdo not hold ourselvcs : respoonsiblo. for th o piniois. cxpreskcdi by our .Correspondeuts.ED. sEES..1' ¶HE PRAKSTON WATER SUPPILY. TO TIHE EDITOR. S.--Can I again jespass upon your, think it is one of too much importance last issue thlre are remarks about the rurity of the water, and the tests that iave been, taken, .but. the most. im-i that there is.a'n.ttir?tl basin, to hold and retain water and, consequently there will hedlittle cost in: the erection dfihilead works `Allowi mei to revert to my previouslletter on .this subject. mad it will }ie r?elniber?eLd. that I drew attention to thle recovory of a lost stream. Sioe thUn 'seversal gentlemeni have 'exidiiiidd theihteritsted `it, and also closely cxamined thii position of the water course;, the . stata, water, ioriii?uart;quiilnitity etc. Tlie opiuniions expressed by those gentlemen concurs with my own, iand they think the opinion I hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

Everyone Ough to insu~ ~re Against Fire. THE NATIONAL .NSURANCE cOMANY 1F AUSRAAIA, HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COL INS D SEETS, DIRECTORS : TEoXA Momasr; Esq., J.P. Chairman. - G.D. Crrn, Esqp MP. - Txor. A oEsq.,J.P.,Vice-Chairman B. G. BENoN, Esq., J.P. "MTiTII -L?io, Es.; J.P. (Ma?or 'ofI xelbourne). HON. C. J. H~x, M.L.C. U W C Aot vENTI3TES,4P4 UFEIý1U . Busnh Ake Vin Gas Explosions Covered Withouit'ra Charge. .- WILLIAM MACREDIE, Agent.for Franbeton - B. BBODY, " I ` .. " S , Agent for Morniiigton-'. E. WORBELL. - .Pr?f. coul.. [ DR.I STANLEY V. TREED, (LArT Da. A. M. WILKnsox:)' M.B., t. COh., B. May be Consulted at FBANKSTON-THUBSDAYS: 2 to 5. 'DROMANA-MONDAYS a '2 to 5. -- RASTINGS-FPRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. ;nd at his Priiate Bebidence [oirnington Daily.. DL STANLEY V. T?EED, "Elimitta," SVANCOUVE STREET . . M O.RBN I.N .G, T ,N.... ..0 Urli 1 1-'[C D it f 1 AH A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. .(Successor to DR. ArNs.) Ma be Consulted Daily at his Residence, "TATIABA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

Bootmakers. Fraunkston Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS: & CO., PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, . PLA??E STRrET, FasWKsTON. And at SoxErsVLxLE: SLA GE a ~Varieod Stuck of:7 Ldies' ig 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, lENŽTOINE PARADE,M 3ENTONE, AND MAIN-STREET, MIORDIALLOC. B OOTS and SHOES made to order; D Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready MadoBoots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIIIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents,. WILL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: TH1OMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered. .galCommunicetions to Head Ofi...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 21st JUNE, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY I MORNING. : 2 1st JU-lw?E, 1890.: , THosE who were in attendance at the special meeting of the Shird?o C6uiicil at Morningtoi on'?Moiday last.and listened to the speeches of councillors on the proposed loan, for the North and East Ridings, would at once come i, .e-,c ' ,'...p-. . ,h; r· e a i bte. existed in the past, they were' now practically at an end. In every in stance the. i?eeeicesirf thi?i arious councillors were of-snuch ai nature as! to conciliate any ill feeling that may have existed,. .andr underlying the whole there was apparently an earnest desire." to bury the hatchet, "' and work mok more harmoniously in the future, than has beeb'doh' i' "thi pvast._ By these:remsirkit 'is 'ifot'iiiedidBt to: infer . that .there has' 'been' `seribtis differences existionongst" couincil lors, however much they' have differed it has proceeded no doubt from honest rivallery, and.an earnest desire for the well-fare of the ridings they represent. Outside the Coun...

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SPORTING NOTES. MONDAY. 23RD JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

SPOITINTG NOTES. Racing fi es .. for next wcek: - Mo~nibAx". 23D JUNE. SEtries for Onakl:ds Hunt Club Meet in,?Jnlyl1st s . Entries for Deniliquin Jockey Club Slidwinter Meeting 15th l:6thJuly. Goieneral. entries :and acceptance for :ieniigo'J. C. Meetin-, 25tli July. W?' eights for Melbourne Cup. " !Weights for the' VA.T.C.,- Meeting 2Sth inst;; Caulfield. 1 TUErsnA, 24THr JUNE. Entries for South Aiustraliani Tattersalls conlplilnentary meeting to Mr Filgate ith WEDNESDAY, 25Tru JUNE. Bendigo Jockey Club Meeting. THURSDAY, 2(ITH JUNE. Entries for S;ll races Iith July. General entries for Albury Amateur Race meeting'27th. General entries and acceptance for Bairns dale July 1st. Weights for Mooroopna Winter Meeting 4th. W?Weights for Oaklands Hunt Club Meet ing July 1st. FRIDAY, 27Tr JUNE. Alblry Amnateur Meeting. Entries for Ballarat Miners Turf Club Meeting 4th July. Weights for South Australian Compli mnentary nicetinglth. - : S A-rATUiRDAY, 2STH JUNE. V.A.T.C., Meeting Caulfield....

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