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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Special Meeting, June 16th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 21 June 1890

-MORfIYIGTOVTh SifrzIE ;0U2Ouv The above oincit'g wi ld at the Shiro.; IiaoI Tho follo iiiýn c??ie present; -rs Downwin (Prd eidt); Irvine,3o uotei Fo, Peddle,, Thornell Adans aixn Sa?w?er. "' inti?dS t;Y fli meeling aulhori ising gall of Coqicil, ?,a.s repd. nd confirmed, also previous motiois on same moved o6nt?e 4th. of January, and 29th of Mlarch, of this year. -'1'.-oxs i hrnoeti- e the o ion o;the special orderi autuorising a loan of £41,0 Por clsrNotli; iudfEast Riding be confirmed. .In iioving the; cobifirmation:of the special orderhoi wished to remind tho Couiicil thiit the ma'tter wvas uinder theiirconisideiation on tlhe'Ttli Dccember, last yc'ar. The motion was originally moved by him self aind seconded:-by Cr' Thornell. The Council were.then unanimous in .aclmowledging that certain wvorks were needed in the North and East Ridings, and it was acknowledged that tlhsee works could not be. carried out on tho'"'istiiggreyinue'i thierefore l?it was necessary to borrow money, a...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 28th JUNE, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

Ni nin t ton ll 4 tlidi ld. "Not timidly, nor roshly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 28th JUNE, 1890. DUniso tlhe past wecek. the long looked for Railway Construction Bill of the present Gorarnmcntlhas been launched before Parliamient. It has been rcceiyed in sonic quarters witlh' satisfaction, with disgust by others, and with wonderment by all. Many years ago the Bill intro duced by the Hon. Thos. Bent 'was described as anll octupus, and yet in 188.1 there were. those who were niot slow to adopt some of its proposals. The Bill now before, the House has received naiy adverse criticisms, and has been des cribed as' a catch vote bill, and when it is reinenibered thlit it- contains .5 new lines, a sunliceint nniumber to etlch the votes of the majorit of a HIouse of 95 Memolbers, it is no wouder thatl suclh an insinuation is nmade. ' lhe total lengthl of these lines is 817miles, or nl average length of 15 miles ealih, the loigest one of the lot is that from Hleatlicote to Corop, bei...

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THE EASIEST WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

T1'IlL LASIFS'l' WVAY. Yotur letter just manlle toie, Willy, - 11And you i i that yoniu thlou 't forget You've tried for thrse iino:ths (oh you silly!) A*nd a1r sure that you love me yet! Ali! ttio, di;ays were st L t I ki ltotinuIdge,= in thait Ion al l town by the som; WtiheL thl il:uil f his class ii olic L. ITookin faicy- to nie. 1 Dou't say thant I lhavi t a Ihirt. Will: I thinik of;t: li ti alwith regret ; And though wev've so long be.n iapart, still I too fitu it harid to forg.et.-. What iini ceINit' l initiitgi. NeNt C 'rcy' lion broken withi Lillin Lee; And ltie isUltalpli 'itiius-you noty Mtaryu - Arcv tdo'itoil to Iic. lack.,\1hituey l~in. cmamet iuntmney; td so haIs Nell I'' Page by e air.' h nlioiii'iried old Uile)it in't; it fuinnyos IHtooe's'tilif l's illiv iHer tirosseii, of coursc. in"oo friuiui liris. e liii triilesiui'iuis t ere Ma; i" hl1els > 1lVe'aton gir lt' l'ietrie arrisii UCelia- C ,:i-nrt :indl me. ntienthr.li Uty i'yii Seltoiuber : \ill lic.h tie, t w ...

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SELECT POETRY. THANKFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

SELC.7', P'OETIY. -- --4-- · 'TIANKFULNgSS. 'ITlLnk lodi for life? Life is not sweet always, lHandls ima:y be heavy laden, heart care full, Unwelcome nights follow unwelcomie dlays; And dreams divine end in awakening (1(1111. dlull, Still it is life, and life is cause for praise ; Thllis cho, this restlecsness, lthis qcuck ening sting, Prove ie 1no torpid id m uinanimaite thing, P'rove m2 of Him who is of life the spring. I ami alive-and that is he.nutiful. 'IThank (od for lore; though love :ay - lhurt andl wound, Thoughl set with sharpest thorns its rose may be; Roses ir1e not of winter all attuned Must Ie the eartlh filled with soft air and free, And warni crc dawns the rose upon its tree. Fresh lcurrents thronlugh illy f-ozen pulses rlull, 'lly heart has tustc;l summer, tasted sun; And I thank tihe:;, Lord, althouigh not one Of the IniIay roses bloom for 111. IThank God for death; bIrilght thing with dreaiiuy nanae; We wriong with mournful flowers her pure still bro:i, We heap he...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

SOM1?RVILLE. -----4- (vio ao oUr owS counessoNoSIEr.) A shooting match camne off in (lr Clark's padlock on Saturdlay, the 21st inst. It was a very snucessful gather ing, and was well represented 1y our local shots. A new ldeplartiure was the sllbstitutioi of alinahs for the orthodlox pigeons; neverthcless, the sport offorded was the sbject of general councent. The scormng, as the following list will show, was not very high; owing, prob ably, to the sportsnen beling slightly out of form. I an convinced that a nmuch higher averago swould have been the result. T:he following is the result; of the first match, scares miade (eight birds each:- . Thornell 7, John Thornell 6, G. G. Cole 6, W. Swede 2. C. Grant 2, T. Brunning 2, .Tohn Scott 1, C. u iriray 2. Second match: G. G-. Cole 3, C. Currav 1,.1. Tihornell 1, .T. Scott 2, A. Thornell 2, J. IBrun niugl, C. Grant 1.

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FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

1T00:IJL J.LL ----+- F ot.oxcSrTO V. LtORIN.ro. The above imatch was fought; out oin the Fiainkston football ground on Saturday last. h'lie wcntlhcr was rather rainyli for a first-class display of football, baut notwithstailinig this. both t ons rolled utp strongly and cacti side had a full miuster. o small amount or interest was inanifested in the nmatchl by the IF'riankston and district foothllites and a largIe gather ing of speciors asseiiimbled, including a good' sprinkling of thie faiir sex. i irickr s "i were there in full force from thie boy who can just kick his hat, to the old grey-healded veteran whose dlelight it seems to watch the. "hoy " indulging in this moist favorite pastimie. Betting r;an slightly iin favor of Mlornington, anid judging by the look of thie team it was thought tlicy woulut waltz " over their opponenlts, but the, Franikston boys although they looked the lighter were inot to be heaten, aniid wlhen J. 8idleoir kickedetf they at once phgged in andl carrie...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

SCIENTIPFfC -AND USEFIUL. ---+---- Not long ago the medical profcssion refused to regard hlylpnotismn as being worthy of the notice oEf anyone aboe the rank of aI mountcbanik. They are now aware that in holding this opinion thelcy were in error, anil they andmiit that as to the reality of the pheniomen:i no reasonable dloubt is any longer possible thalt soioe persos possess thie power of inducing various degrceCs of soumnoloncy iii certain subjects. Beyond this, however, very little progress has been i:made; and they declare that 1as regards the ri/iiiati le of the manifestation they are very much in the dark. IThe Lance' says that it belongs to that difficult region wherephysiologsr and psychology come into contact, andul shares the abscurity which lhams over the wlhole subject of the iinature of minid. In this dileiinuia it falls back upon the objec tion of Iinuie that we know niothitig of mind but its imanifestations; in other words. that we know somecthing. of such faculties as ...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tuesday; 24th June. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. ~-4- DANDENONG. Tuesday; 24th June. Howard and Scott report:-Dairy cattle A small supply, principally medium quality, prices all round lshowing an advance; bestforward milkers from £8 15s to £127s(id;otlhers from £35 Ss. Springer; Very few penned, gdood sorts being much inquired for. Store cows an:d young stock were. poorly represented, prices. being slightly easier. Pigs: A very small supply of all descriptions, which quitted at im proved rates. Baconers: None forward. Porkers i Best realised from :l3s to *3s; :medimn 25s to Sos. There was a good deman:d for store and young pigs, owing to the short supply. Calves; very faw in, prices being fully ma:int;ainedl. Horses: W\Te sold a .foew light saddle and hlarness, tleasnisakot being without aniination. We also report having sold twro acres of the .Grassmnere Esta:te, on account of Mr Jolhn He:mmings, the purclhaser being Ir W. Kay, at a very satisfactory figure. Joseplh C;larke and Co., report:-Dairy cattle. A sma;ll s...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

FRULT' GJRO VLYG .11iDUSTR ---4-- At a recent inccting of Fruit G1rowers' Uniion of New Soiuth Wales, the chairimaniMr J ohnNobbs, Mi.L.A., reportedl that lie had been moving ii the miatter of having plates miade and printed of the va:rious posts ilnjurious to the fruit growing induistry; le had bIeen sulccessfutl ind laid oni the tablle the first of a series of plates, which dealt oil the C'odliin Moth. It is said to le the intention of the Miinister of Minies to hiave a Inumber of the plates struck off and circulated nitong the various agricultural societics in the colony. The secretary regrettedl having to state that dreadful enema- to viticulture, the pliyloxera-. vastatrix. has not vet been eiradicated in the district, aind it was not likely it crer wouldl be mulaer existing circuimstances. le found tlhat a nIIuiber of vinieyards around Seven ]fills had not been ollicially inspected, aund the propric tors where anxious tlhat they should be as, otherwise, if they went to tlhe tr...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

SPORTIYG .nOTIES [BY EtiR u B3il.] hoeing fixtures for next sweek: NoDAY. +a:10rn Jule. Entries for Montone July 4th. Entricafor Jenkins coimplimentary race ueeting Epsom 9th. General entries for Grand National meeting 12th and 19th. TUESDAY, 1ST JULY. Lairnsdale noting.e Oaklands Hunt Club mieting. Wangaratta meeting. Weights for BallaratMiiners Turf Club 4th. WEDNESDAY, 2xn JULY. Weights for Williamnstown imeeting 5th. Weights for Mentone meeting 4th. Weights for Deniliquin imeeting lth iid 16th. Acceptance and general for M3ooroopna 4tth. STHUnsoDAY, :lRD JULY. Weights for Sale mieeting 16th FRIDAY, 4TH JULY. Ballarat Miners Turf Club meeiting. Mooroopna meeting. MIcntone meeting. SATURDAY. 5 tH JULY. Filugue complimentary meeting, Adel aide. Williaiustown uneeting: The postponed nmeeting of theluentone nco Celub was a .decided success. The day turned' out 'niee iind' bright:.n and in consequence a very large ittend:uanre Yisitod the course. The sanme old coiiplaint about the lra...

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THE FRANKSTON WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

THE I?RA.N KSTOX WATElt SUPPLY. To Tilt EUITro. Sri -f havre read the correslpnidlcnei that havre iappicred durilng the last; few months ;land . ai glad to see that the above subject has been taken up with such spirit. 'Front my knowledge of the district, 1 inm convinced that there is iian abuIndlance of water in the neilghboilrhood for the supply of the torwnships ot F ranikston a1nt 3[orninii ton. J romt whait I could gather front a paragraph that appeared ini your colimnis, I came to the con-Ilusion that there was a desire in some 'Iuarters to utilise the wratcr within a slhort dis tatcoof rankilstoii, at \Viton's sprilgs. It is not mIy desireC to cast aIy rIeFlee tion in this project, but .1. aunt of the opinion if this was done it would ie a serious Imistake. I do lnot doubt but that there is sllicient water there to supply the townruship, but by taking the site that has been iiciitioined at Clarke's or Clhurche's there is the great advantage of haring a riich higher level und....

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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.]HOW FISHERMEN FARE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

COOBtES.PONYD.ENOR'L :coRRls.Po- ·oiwn·lecwci~ L'Wo ore olwoyo ready to pblolish correspoOdence 0on0 mtters of interest, hilt do not hold oorsco? , roepolooible for the opinions expreooed 1b our - Corrooponldents.-Eo. sr.s.i HOW FISIrERIIEN FARE. TO THE EDITOR OF T'IE AGE. Srn,-T'here has Lea : a dea;l of writing about dear fish of late. Now.. my business takes me inuch about th; fisliernmot herc, and I was shlownIt sevcral account sales for fish. )lin' ;whole week the fish (12 baskets) sol for £1 10s (id., COllmmission, carriage, etc., l8s., or £1 Is Gd for two huen for the week. Another 12 haskels, £1 .s(i G for two lmen for the week the niext wcek oly tio. basketi. These biaskets sold for, so the bill says ls, 2s, and is Gd eacb. Theso baskets weigh 61) lb each for Ilatheads. Soine time back there were only threw baskets of flatheads in thoe market, and sold for £1 Is per basket, bull; one 10poor fisherian's basket was lost, so the salesman says, buit he seiithii 7s; counissiol, ...

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THE RAILWAY FROM FRANKSTON TO CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

TI11 IXlAtl \1":.1FRO3[11 F'iiNl\ - T'ON TO CRANIBOUINE.1 .genr.--Clr r'-, lou . ineaulf ,r sa ,rc. thne .,,ýlr ....__~ your columls whal; has buen done in the above matter. I sin aware that it depnt itiioii was appoi1itJJ some time ago, to bring thi, matter beifore the proper authorities, and 1. :un in foried ipr'ivately that sonie of the gentlemen received a lrt~tcr informiing ithem that Mr (Gillie could nout receive any ideplctation for ollie timie. 1 iiullerstand this rln s rel n ecivedt last year. Now sinr, 1 shotii like t1o iask what has been done since the reply alludced to was riccivetl. This deiputation was appointed at i public meeoting, . ant iity information they receivd. was public property and should be made public It .se:ns to me1 that tlos who toio the matter il hand are very hlke warnm. amd certainly liablle to give the impression that they hlave niot the welfare of the district at heart. 'Ihe iinets .Ltilway Bill is now before the counltry and uinless sonmiiethling...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

------+c-- D)ROlrIYA. (FiOM 0 oUr oWN Coi ooESo'N, NTi.) The Dromana Library Assoeation terminiate1 the business of theo half year with a isocial on Tuesday last, in the MchacnLnics' Ilnstituto. The moCm lobrs tund their frienlds hiad in clnjoy abl evening. One pleasing itemn on the iprogranne was the presentaition of Shandsome gold locket to Mr A. V. haw, the hon. see. of the Association. TIhe President, Rev. WI. McBride Iude thle prcscnutation, and stated tllhat the nmembers desired to recognise the aluable services irendered by1 Mr Shaw to thi \AssocLiltion. The recipiCint suitably respolndd e id Ilthanked thle imlembersl for their handsome gift. . Tihe conmmittee of the \Mechanics' Ilusttutic p1ur1pose holdilng tlhecir next monthly entertainment on M onday next, and as anm excellent programme Ilhas been providied a large gathering is expected.

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

IfLdSWIYrGS.' ROi CUIL OWN COIIiiiESI'O'IIENT') Silice wr'iti.g oy list TI' ini glad to pcorceive thiat tho. contrictor for the a cstings )rill rowa Ihiae maido a chimncement ncc ith thie bIuilding. A1 Iinunber of con are aitively cengaged on the work, nld if theli wceathcr con ticues fivorable it is cunfidicitly tnticiplted thait thi roomn will be rtady for the receptioln of the guins at anll ecrly dai tod It is icitcnidl b3 iIMajot Otter to incetcse cthe nuilobr of: gunis to rise t fLill blitter *ind; i1' battery sci:geant-major is to li at once api pointed, and gnlnldull will be dic pricciple in.sItrc ctioi U olrdy there arcinearly liftyt con icrollicci so d ti at proes itthere ic aret : e nougoh cien to iiork ,thu full bitteni Majtor Ottir prosse;. grot. sit isfctioi at. the t pl; irongresos a'icc mcor'il behaviorc cEt t me n cocc, wchoii thei i aitiire of their 'ioca hoice it~ciccli fitted lfir thc i k they will bo called uponto poefor'c 'is cviii 'sh teicc;t kccoucilgd f athec...

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GOSSIP ON THE SAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

GOS'Pl O ['IILE SAND. (Br Ocrrlras.) Strollilng on tile sands of late has iot been any too pleasaiit Ian oxper inllce. however, during one of mny perigriiation1s the other dai, I. was iet with ithe luestion, W\lhat has become of the potition tiat sias got up with such a Ilourish-of trumpetln s a short tne agio reoiiestin" that rankiis ton be allowed to withdiraw firom Mr Elliot's water supply sehqine ? Gsipi witiditmo listliher Si"he cliiiiinhe has heel stoweld 1away ill one of the many pigeon holes in the Chief Socreltary's oflice. IHowrcvr, the uniiersal opinion is that the leading spirits of .trankston did the right thing in taking tinme by the four look ill this iualtcr. Sr k 4c 5 A ppropos of the water supply scheme. ''The letters that haIve ip peared ill your columns of late, have caused Illliersial sattisfaction, and the opilion of many is that thoe are better inforeud' regarding the, re sources of the locality, (for that most important of all requiromoents, aqua, pira) than ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

MARRIAGE. COREY-BARNETT.-On the 24th June, at the Mentone Memorial Church, by the Rev. R. M. Fergus, M.A., Henry son of William Corey, of Mentone, to Mary I. M., second daughter of G. S. Barnett, of Edinborough, Scotland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER 1301 A WWl-leI5O SPECIALIST. IT . JAFRS D. LLEWELLYN, whoe i duly J Oqualilied and lRe-istered by the Medical Boards of Victoria and New South Wales, is aware that by departing from the usual routine of practice and devoting hihnelf exclusively to Sspeclal branch, which he has done fror e time.he is not strictly following the paths of professional etiquette: but, as a considerable body of the profession are otill diTpoed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires popularity io the treatmet of certain aolments and is really a Medical Specialist, he dos not besitate to resort to what he considers leitimaln means for the purposeof disarmingxcynical neticlsbr and of enagine as far as he is able the co.n fidence d the public. It i assuredly better to seek assistance from the qualified practitionerin preference tothe quack. D The true designation of quackery belongs to those shameless advenlurer who, without a particle of medical knowllge or a tit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS ..-4~.:c.~.~--- (.5 sroit Lelboune, s ei ;) ADDRESS TO PRINCE BISAhORK. .Tune 2k. An ,iddlress, signcd by '30,6000 residents of Berlir was yesterday lreselited to Priuco Bitimauck· in recognition !of the great seruices hc has rendered to Getinniil. The late Chanicellor, in acknow ledging the presentitiotio declIred that hIe could not become a'" duib dog," and that hoe clainicd the right to sealok out in the inteircts of peace, even if he stoodaloone. MADAML SarA EEALIRMHARDT. June 24 · iBridamieo Srah .lomnh nardt the distigunilhed aietress, who'ii st eying ait the Savoy lotcl, has nnrorwly escaped being poisoned by in ov erdose of chloral. By soine accident she fook 100 irains of the drin. Iortn nately, miiedicil nen were iiunediatul y sent foro iid they hIve just siecceede i ini sai'ini her lite TIHE BIALACLAVA HEROES. JTune 23rd The St Jinne's Ggzettieuts acknow ledged the receipt of £2d0 soint by c:ible by; the Mayor of MelbouIrii, Cr Matthiro Lang, as an iiist...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

Paonisrs emanidtin" fii0n thile Coven' mneit Departnente evidently do no count for iinichl, indlike pie-criistsareappiiroitly nfilo to lie irolkei. Alioiit tweulve ilioitls ago Mr Paitterson proiis~id thit corthin works should lio crried cut at tlib:iiiouthl of the Kiiianinook Crrek . This proiiso was iepeoiitedto i deputation thritdnwited on himiiabout tlhrioe nionthis:ag, aindtli reply, of thei Ministrs loft tth I upmiemnpieiipoitithat thel c[vius kiled for would ho iuuiuieiiately attoiuded'to, ibuitniothiing ehits yet'been done. The worl`tii(sked for is urgently nocessaly for tlho pototionŽ of boots, aind ,fihshe imenl: ateploced; at "root 'ineonvon nc thu oi t hiivui proper nsof shelter for tliuia boats: -Y Y+·r · IT will be learnt with regret that Mr.II. B. Cottlo, wvho has been in clharge of the Frankston nrailway station: for sonmo tile past has received notice that ho: hasl been transferred to tohe' Naganiibio statioio . b the CGolburn Valley I 'lio Duroing his stay here Mr ...

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