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

(iRoM oUR oiWs :CaliftEisl'O.1DENT.): 'Tlie manyi friidos i< ofr M . 1:. )oin ward :T.P. will 1 11in .iurebeLi pleaised to hIei tlia tliteMilnistcr of Justice doesc niot intend tio ta ke Ui3y ollicia i notice whiteverci of tlhi gisitlctiiini's coiinite tiois with the l0olici0Court cise receintl enrd. it i'Frainkton iisilich uleaily shesi tihat theittionl f othe inajoiity of thebenclh in uitiii hin does not imeet' itlh theliiproval of theiDusrt 'Mr JTiiii&s Meiiolhiiý t eyold, mieimiher of lthie R ai ibito tenit at Morin.iiiitoin, aid 'a resideii for iany years- upon thi Three Chii m Reid died ofnthe "lhlituist. ter :o I a, m iand hi3 ing illies it beiini'- ta yirsag since. he was flisttaken ill nd: frioii o ipih lie ne ier rallied arge u nin bet ''pid tel1asst trihute of- icspect 1u followi in his remuunis torthe Mooroodui Cuemtry y ? ;c ; The personil of 'th'i, Royal Hotel 3Mouniington has lately becoime changcd: M Paget a gentleman la:ite of I3:lhrit t having I ...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER VI. DUELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

THE DIARY or _%- LATE PHYSICfIAN. lr SAuItIL WAerEN, D.C.LI. (Autllhor of "'on '1hollusldlll a Year.") CILA\PTER VI. 1. had bon invllited by young Lord the noilemn:m mentioned in my first; chapter, to spend the latter p1rt of imy college vacation with his lordship at his shooting-box in - shire. As his destined pirofession was the arnn, he had already a tolerably Inlmecrous refinuo of mlilitary friends, secrIal of whom wcrC engaged to join us on our arriva1l at so that we anlticipated a very gay and jovial season. Otir expectationls were not dilsappointed. One of the many schIemsC or Inusomllent devised bt' our party, was giving a sort of military subscription-ball at tile small town of -- , fro1m which we were tlistalint not more than four or live miles. On thlle appointcd day all w ient l aldmlira bly. 'ie1 little town of aibsolitely riledl beneath tilhe unlluslual exciteolLent of Imllusic, dancing, )and inivier'al felilng. It is not very woln derfiul thllat all the rulstic boeuty...

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

.Everyone Ought to Tfsufre Against Fire. THE NATIONAL :INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, [(LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS ToirxoEsobIn aT Es., J.P., Chairman. G. D. CAiRTER, Esq., M.P. Twos. ALSTON ESQ.,J.P., Vice-Chairman. R. G. BENSON, EsQ., J.P. A&TTHir :aLA, Esq., J.P. (Mayor of Melbourne). How. C. J. 1Har, M.L.C. -----LOWEST CURRENT RATES O PREMIUM.. . Bush Fires 'nd Gas Explosions Covered Without Extr:a Chargeo. WILLIAM 3IACREDIE, Secretary. "Agent for Frankston--31.4 il BIionr. ZAgent for Mornington--T. E. WORRELr.. Professional. (A RDn.) DR. STANLEY V. TIIEEID, (LATE DR.'A. M. WTLKINSON.) M.B., Lt. Ch., B. - May be Consulted at FRANKSTON-TIHURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA-MONDAYS': 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to ii. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at his Private,Residence Mornington Daily. DR.: STANLEY V. TREED, " Elimlrta,"I VANCOUVEc STREET' MORNING TON. s2 U , ac [ARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON.' (Successor to Di. ATKINS.)...

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

Bootniakers. Frainkstoni Boot Warehouse: J. REYNOLDS & CO., 1'IIACTICAL BOOTMAIKEES, PLANE. STIuser, FRaxsTox.N. And at SOEORVILLE. X LARGE mand Vried Stock of Ladies and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes alwayt on hand.. Boots of all D)escriptions imade to Order. Fit Guuanuteed. ]Land Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed. MELIIOURNE PICLES. ROOT' AND SHOE WATIEIIOUSE. 'T. COBEY, 3IENTON E PA1RADE, 3UENTOINE, .tau MA1[ -sT1 EEl', MoIR DrALLOC. 1B00'TS nad SHOES iuade to order; DB Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Ilelow Melbourne Priees A TRiAL RESI'ECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate Agentls. S111E OF 310NINOGTON. CROSKELL, R'I1TCIIIE & CO., (Of MNeliourne and Franikston). (enceral Auctioneers, lHouise and Land Agents, I LL hLodld Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CAI'TLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FUlJNITLTRiE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioncers: J']OMAIS RIT''CHIE & P11 ILIt', RENOUF S Account Sales Pros ptl...

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THE PHONOGRAPH IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 28 June 1890

TI!:E IP.II1)NO(lII E.1'I[ IN M[ErL DOU [J\ NE. A. private exhibition of Edision's marvelous iinvention, the plionograpl, says the Argns. was given at the (Gr:and lotel on\\ Wednesday afternoon, when at few gentlemien were IprOsent by the invitattiott otf Mr1. atnies M1ieaMtoloni. Another and more extended deoon strattion ot the capabilities of the inviiention tiakes place at the Athle iieuni-iall oni Thursday afternoon it 1 o'clockl, at whlichl Is Excellencey the Governor the CounIIitess of H1opetoun, and a nre numeIIcrous partLy will ihe preseit, and which will afford nSi opportunity Ir la detliled description of the iphonograiph and its iachieveients 'ieanw ihile, it may be stated that the exhibition itiven oil Weradnesday after noon by IProfessor Atrchibhld was a remLrkiIblly suiccssfuil one, aid afitforded iple land unazing proof that the claims put forward for this instrumnc t Ihave niot lbCn iin the slilghtest degree overstatted. lThe wonideful fidelityi witlh which sounids t...

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

(Fi o r our, oieý CoKIC4:SPOýUoe\'I A serious accident happened to a man named H Walsh in the employ   of Mr William Hughes, through his   horses bolting. His injuries are of a very severe nature.

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

.7FL TNDPZIS. (Fit0w nOU. ows Coi;sRrSPOND iI'T.) People are asking each olther what doss a line fro " Baxter's Flat to 1[errick's " mean. aun how does it concern Flinders? Is it simply a ruse to indic;ate i[crrieks as sthe ter tinus or prsenottoppingpliice ?01 first glance it was supposed the (Go roerninet \illage on the Main ro:ad to Blittern, nier Milr Cole's, was tilhe sitei, iand coi gratulatioii were heiing exchanged, but alas! it's a rude awakening to find thie o-called " M~erricks " awray- up at Siherwoodl's, and thit iinstead of being the line to Flinders, it is nothi'g miore nor less thuan a section of the ceiint route, a rival to both Ilinidcrs and ).iroiinaa lines. A lively prospect for F linders to have a line running miles away to the westward unl to terminate on the shores of Port Phlillip Bay. Built speciallly to carry Ipassengers beyond :Ilinders, and niot to give tihem crvn a passing glimps of oulr iintereostiing water place. If anyone doubts this let hiint try and...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

SIIIRES' )IIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington S Shiro Hall tho Saturday before full moon. A. D)ow~n ilrd, J.P. CoUNCI rLORS : North Riding-J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankiston). East Riding-II. If Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Som erville). West Riding-.J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. 3M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETMARY AND ENGINEER: II. E. Moors (Mornington).

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. From 3lelbourne--) a.m. and 3 p.m. Fromn Mornington-9. a.m. and 1 p.m. From Droinana-1. a.m. From Somerville and Hastings-1-p.m. From Cowes and Sanu 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 — 5 July 1890

GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne--7.41 a.m.-12 noon- 8.20 p.m. For Mornington-9.25 a.m.-2.15 p.m. For Dromana-3-.25 a.m. Folr Somerville--9.25 a.m. For Hastings-9.2a a.m. For Cowes and San Remo-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-9.25 n.m.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

ITEMS O.F?-E IVS. " The matter of -ander-ing.caittle oil the streets of Frankston -was brought-'under the notice of the council on Saturday last, and steps are to be taken. to stop the nuisance. SMr H. B. Cottle, who has been in charge of the Frankston railway station for the last year and soeie months, took his doe parture for his liew station at Nagambie on Tuesday last. Mr Cottle leaves behind hijm a number of friends who wish him well in his new sphere of labor. We understand that he is shortly to be the recipient of a testimonial as a token of the esteem ii which llu i?aislmeld.in? these parts. Mr W. J. Eddy"is'alsoshortly to be pro moted to another station. Mr Blythe has taken charge of the Frankstonr staition. :. We take the following from the Evening Standard of Thursday lanst: At a meeting of thie Cranbourne and Langwarrin Ra.lway League yesterday it was pointed out that the railway- which the league advocated was the only natural line in the Mornington Peninsula to serve t...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

RII'FLE 1SHOO2'ING. The fifth cobiletition for the Oflieers' Trophy and Money Prizes took place on Satunrdly last, June 28, when iaboul t : 27 memlllers of the comlpany were Ipresenlt. The following are, the scores : C~orpmoral A. Townen 172 -.175 Scrgt. A. .4elittrjck .'77211 .11310 Liut. W. M4tlK4I.4t ':*426 'b II Private .1.1 Clarke ..221 1323 44 '4 .. Firth 1. ... I' ) I P. Wa tt I1s14te J' ((ra'i '24 ,2o36 ? Private F. Allc . . 1i 13 1739 Secrt. (I. Hawker ... ..'2' Private 1'. Onekeloa l24 11 14 I9 S. Iocwri~ '.62 1:1 63 1. 31Kittriek I2,7 L.. J.' Allen .. . ..3{ 1.35 Corporal A\. 13en ee ..22 11 ' :1 lance-corporal .1. Grant . S: II2 Privnte C. II. Alle... ...m 17j11 1 Ian4e-corporlaSi. hn C dxnlier 414 24 Private F. llencoc 1'. 1114 122_4; W. ei I.' 32.I1 1anee · r .4.iti. .3o I'6i2n4 (. Ilaincs .. .. I) 4 44 S1a3 Ilance-Cor 4rlraI 1. Ilen4I 4t . 4 '2 3$ Pi'rvate J.1Knapulan 4.2..

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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.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

C'ORRESPOVDENYCE on matters o[ iutrest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the oplinions exlpreossed by oo Correslpondents.--Eo. M S.i To THE EDITOR In a leading 'rticle of your paper of the i 8th *Tune,. dealing :With the iieherindliv' Uiiion' of Vietoria you state it--Tlie result of the first weekly sales under the' aupceieS:i.tlie Union, notiliouK fuorwaidling. to hins1uomini and judging from its tenor, it speaksjill for the future, for the prices realized are ridiculously low." Now, sir, it is very evident that you are misinformed on the question, because In our report of the first weekly sales, a true and correct reason is given, why the prices were so ridiculously low, and as for the statement that you are given to understand that the fish forwarded to the non-Union auctioneers brought better prices all round, we beg to challenge this statement and give it t.n emphatic denial. The facts are the non-Union 'auctioneers started to slaughter the fish at one shilling anL six...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

FRUIT GROWING I.TDUSTRY. I----+- A writer in the " Mildura Cultivator" on the objects of the newly formed Fruit Growers, Union says:-" The scope of the union will, 1 take it, be purely commercial, and its first aim should be to ensure that Mildura products are placed on the market in a condition calculated to attract the favorable attention of buyers. Every thing has to be learnt. The size and style of packages in which products reach the markets; the process of drying and evaporating fruits; the cost and construction of apparatus, are all matters concerning which the M\ildura growers have everything to learn, Much valuable information could, without doubt, be obtaiiued from California, and each shipment of fruit to England should he watched and the causes of its failure or success ascertained and commnunicated to the union. All this means a work of great magnitude. Its. intelligent fulfilment is, however, a' matter of great importance, and each individual member of the union should...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tuesday; 1st July. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tuesday; 1st July. Howard and Scott report: Dairy cattle, a moderate supply, good sorts in demand at late quotations; milkers sold up to £10 10s; medium and inferior £.5 to £7 is; springers, best from (pi to £7 10s; dry cows from 50s to t(Os: young dairy heifers 11 to 2 years old; 49s to (0s. Pigs : A fair supply, the demand for all sorts being goodl, and prices fully maintained ; baconers to 60s, porkers 35s to40s, light do, 25s to 30s, stores, very few penned, prices ruling hiah ; suckers to 12s.- Calves: A good supply which sold readily at late r:ates. We also reporl having held our usual monthly sales at Poowong and Grantville, and clearing sales on account of Mr F. Muldoon, Powlett River, Mr Geo.Cuthbert Qtueensferry, and Mrs Evans, The Briars, Mornington, disposing of as large number of cattle, horses, etc., at satisfactory prices. Joseph Clarke and Co., report.-Dairy cattle : A good supply yarded, but ino flrst.class cows being mn. Mediiun sold to £5...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

SCIENTIFIo AN1D USEFUL. ·:A typhoid bacillus hasr been- found ini the drinking water of Marseilles. Investigations seem to fully establish the indentity of the bacillus with that. of. typhoid fever. The attention of tho etii~ of tikicaes of Prie was drawn to it by 3M. Cassederat. The hint should be taken by the authori ties of every place ,where typhoid fever prevails, with a view to the detection of the enemy. When the source of disease has been traced it maybe possible to take measures for excluding the germs or niitigating their ravages. The search for coal is nowhere prosecuted with more zeal than in kansas, where a bore with a diamond drill was put down to a depth of 1900 feet, with the result of making known the existence of a seam of anthracite with a thickness of 6 feet. Hereto fore the west has been dependent on the east -for a supply of coal, the demand in the former serving to keep up prices in the latter, so that the new find will be regarded as a bless ing by the consum...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

FLLVDERS. (FROM OUN OWN CORREBPONDENT.) - At: a railway = 3'jetinfl held "'at Ieriirik's qn Wedne.ýday _. last, the following resolutions were carried unanimously : 1. That thismeeting desires to enter an indignant protest against the Baxter's Flat to Merrick's line as scheduled in the Railway Ball; and to urge in lieu thereof, the extension of the railway from Bittern via Balnar. ring .erricks and Shoreham to Flinders. 2. That the deputation appointed by the late meeting at Shoreham to wait on our representative be instructed to point out the disadvantages of the line scheduled: 1st. Its length 14- milesterminating in mountainous country, many miles from a settled township. 2nd. The great inconvenience and inaccessibility of the line through its position on the top of a range. 3rd. The heavy cost of construction owing to the nature of the country it must traverse, particularly when ex tended to its terminus. 4th. The thinly populated and un improved character of the country through...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

DROMAXA. ---~---- (FRox ouR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The service of song entitled "' Little Dot,''was given on Thursday evening last, in the Union Church: Unfor tunately it was a very wet night, and many who purposed hearing the service were prevented from doing so. Miss Shiels sang the solo parts beauti fully, and the chorouses were rendered in a very satisfactory manner. The readings were given bv Mr S. G. Rigg. The proceeds are to be de voted to the manse fund. A desire has been expressed that the service be repeated on some future occasion to give those who were disappointed thmrough the inclement weather an opportumnty of hearing it. The church was very tastefully decorated, the words "Little Dot" being done in an exquisite manner. The entertainment, on Monday evening last held in the Mechanics' Institute in aid of the Building Fund of that institution was one of the best of the series.; The programme was an excellent one, and the audience highly appreciated the efforts of the per f...

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THE G[?] COMPANY OF RANGERS. CONCERT AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

STIHE G COMPANYV OF RANGERS. .. . 4k,--.- CONCERT AT FRANKSTON. The above concert took place on Wed nesday evening last before a large audience. in the -local Mechanics Insti tute. The platform was nicely decorated with pot plants, and on the wall at the rear of the stage were hung rifles ind side-armns which' had a striking effect. The chair was occupied by Major Otter, officer commnanding Victorian Rangers, and the reception he received must have been very gratifying to him, and showed that he was a popular favorite among the company. Before commencing the pro gramme the chairman made a few intro ductory remarks, stating that the con cert was held to serve a double purpose. In the first place it was held to celebrate the anniversary of the forination of the company ; secondly, it was held to pro vide funds for procuring ammunition for the company to contest for Colonel Freeman's trophy. The G Company intended to compete for this prize,- and if possible, win it, but lie might tell ...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 July 1890

HASTISLGS. (FROM OUR OWN COIlIESPONDENT) There is nothing to record of a startling nature in the past week. the weather for the past few days hIas been of a very enjoyable nature. On Tuesday last, the last of Cobb's coaches took its final departure from Hastings, engineered by M'r W1.' Hleelan, who after sixteen years driving to Hastings has gone to seek fresh fields and pastures new where the iron horse has not yet.put in an appearance. During the long time Billy Heelan has been among us. he has earned the respect of all with whom he caine in contact and whose good wishes will accompany him to the place where he may next sojourn. On Saturday next our footballers proceed to Mornington to try con clusions with the Mornington club. Given a fine day the contest should be worth witnessing by those who care for the game. Fishing for the past week has been fairly good. Fishing boats do no seem to be very good property as It hear that the boat owned by the late W. Griffiths, when offered b...

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