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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
. , .Bootmiakers.P .I t o- :l - ,.c' p to `t " '",' , .:Frukston-,Boot, _Warehouse., J£ REYNOLDS & rCO., P.RAC;TICA L. BOOTMA K 8ERS, P.A',PL'Nc STasET, FRANKSTOa. , f 'And at SOKERVIILE. - anid Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes al:. ways on hand..: Bot of all Descriptions madne to Order.. 1 . Fit Ouarantoed. ' Hand' Sewo n Work Specialty.. SRepairs Neatly Exeented. BOOT: AND-'SHOE .WAREHOUSE.' :: T. COREYP M~ENTONE PARADE. I1ENTONE, 3IAIN-STRIEET, 3IORDIALLOC. BOOTS and SHOES made to order; Repaira 1 Neatly- Executed ;'Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourno Prices.: A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Anctioneers and Estate Agents. 'SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCOIIE : '& C0., ::(Of Melbourneio and Frankston).. General Auctioneers, House .,and Land Agents, WQgILL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c.,' ALSO LAND . HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Coiducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales, lromptly R...
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
SCIENIlFIC AND USEFUL. . .Mr- Mills, i the Secretary, off ai Airclit6loicalV So'ciety ii? Ohio, his arrived?,at,.the conclusion .;that the valley. of the 3Missassippiiwas occupied by man while the ice: f,,the.,glacier period` still linigeredbover' n large `part of its northern area.. This,- judgment is confirined by Mr,,G.;F.'Wright,,who made a separate inspection 'of the locality where a flint implement' was found in'undisturbed strata,;15 feet below tlhe suirface of 'a terrace which lies'35 feet above the flood plain bof the Tiiscarawas. River.. This.terrace had previoiusly been ascertained, to be, glacial, and it lines the valleythrougli out tlhe whole of its. extent. ; The in ference that thatte iiplement `was connected beyond question. with *the period when the terrace itself .was in process of disposition.. There'are only five recorded finds of flints iin America, so that the evidence, 'althouigl it may be good,in quality, is scanty in quantity. The localities where they" eore...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY THE PHYLLOXERA PROBLEM ABROAD AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
F UIT. GROWING ID USTRI iHyiPHYILLOXERA -PROBLEM. ABROAD AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY.. The report of the Superior rPhylt. loxera Conimission; has just beeni published and gives the latest account if- phylloxera, muattorslin, FFrance. adfil otherffodriw6,.'u-'nfriB.' Neither law, otir effort has prevented the spread 3ofthe insectsn-il ?-arowTiss>mnts:in: which it made its appearancee.fortlhe irstC timeo (intht-. past.y air, iiz : Castellano, . endc,. Riom, .Toignv, raoyes,- Nbi-it- uScrie-ri --Br.r Aube, Vesoul ii [Gra;ytolBonneville, and St Calais. . About 240,000 ncres have undergonp defensive measures, istubni' .?inioenefiigolnplobye&l4iý,21000, bisulphide of carbon in 145,000, and oulpho-carbonato of potassium in 23,oop-;'fQMch godlha' TrospultzdI fromif tf e establisfh ciiof-dcetietes for defence notably ini aute-Loire. M.orteovbr'- it "is'the small 'propiedt6r'I who derives the. largest benefit from Of 21,309- . propr.ietors comiiposing a syndicate, each attended to abo...
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
.: 5 i , 3-'*SORREN'BOB o . -s-.i .. _"fqo4h! idteh TWi p'layed on Saturtlay '0.welc; beticelr ;it'S. sodiid twonty of Soireoto and i itoais ca froih: .Qioisdecliff.:-: Tllo-littce?fi ikicing: 4 gQidsl8,i?ohliudai,aid:.the for oer.4 -glals ,4b.ehjiidkjSSiittoi iaptiiaiiedlthe locril tcnai i'ud-i'forrnii.nothe ocii.i9.eliffi The.gaue .was a c .vry - close one, anid, lr.cqntostd Iu ttql iiC lirkl.A *Masce*E.~ocsp, ..HiFcskin ant.&punner :pla ye welL Ior 'th o- als' 'I.ors as litipirc ~'gae cnci al?fsatsf. fctiofl'-.: TTIce isuil ;ppcrancqcpi.cet itig..rs hlcd.ii litihOi ie4I'iicpS'- ilstitutcý o tico cvil on icI the clioie'btfthciwi songi i d'to study :to'icvonibf-i~igg va'·t^ Orlougll ly? ciiljoyed * 'liita'libieiiid''ilittl?' B".! 'b studyi i?ilic.whi ould' :be bcst-j uited for an , tothe nig de _to::l1~~hoeWIIII~e~g m B I, i'We do ; ernvng of;great eredit in their efforts A jibon ; ee orwuzrded to nthe mobuaigfor'tlie distri&ctDr ']SL: Smith ~i ffavor ofhe raiay bi ...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
IEAST?iAGS. (FROMt OUR OWN COLRRESPONDENT) On Saturday last our footballers pla yed the Mornin'ton team. Cou olijectiouns "riscd'bvy theIormgO'n players against some of the Hastings men whoihd Jbccon '.invitel to. mnake up the teanm, so that it iyas -I. o'clock befo .e -attIt;va/niado.l Aftcr a sere?c and wel Qllcntetcd game, (ldruig'Awc goo- p1iy'4Wda'shofi 6n both sides, the result ? was a draw. On Saturdayienetnt, hc' Iastings team journey to CoWes to playi the 1sliild dri( i ) :i r a:i t i c 1 have beon desirel by i nuimber of members,; tI i ii;tl ife?'t. T Battery, to present to Mr 1). .T. I an, their Stthak; foýh?s?imintl¢ (iieons of a w.drfyhaidsomie cupito.thcIsncdsfiil competitor in the coiing rille match; We trust that arrangements will be made to have the ?ontest in( or .near .Qhe ne'. gusnsheJ-x is rapidly np proaching completion, and at .ry few, day ( ilj,, br l[thU wotrkj tpýil, !loq la lyase week jltas been the coldest w ahvse eaperieiiged this winter. conlati~ of? .t...
FOOTBALL. HASTINGS V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
f Y0111--L-ý HASTINGS T. iIORnINcGTON.. The 'Hastings boys journeyed to fornnington last.Satur4ay. to try con clusions wtitll that 'ainin' ail' as both teams are almost on an equality as far as premiership prospects are concerned. There was more than ordinary interest taken in the matcli-hich could be 'sei :froii thlie 'dthusiasm "indiiiTd Ti by the local supporters, included uii wlich,wits the local: constable .who is in himself a houseful, he being the ajustor of all ,differences, tinlckceper etc., in factItii 'thitli e ormnin ton Club are very lucky in having such a capable:pcrson :inftheir midst. The local' (if they' coiudfbe calil?d such; taking into consideration the fact that they wero playing one St. Kilda manl and others frolm'thei suriounidilg dis trict), were inl.fine fettle and as the visitors also hial "a gbod team, the .spectators were treated to as good a display of the winter pastime ais 1has bcenfsccniolownithis waiy fdr somnicitiie. :Tle game was fast antd furious ...
FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890
FRANKSTON . C. J. Fox and Co, report having held &nbsp; their first monthly sale at Frankston, on &nbsp; Wednesday last. A small supply no dairy cattle, cleared at 'mnbderate prices, also pigs ; poultry, somn, good lots cleared at high rates.i 'The''Frenkston- sale willi be held bhothe 2nd Wednesday inr esch sisbnth at 2'6'clock. Next sIio A lst 1h .:'
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
'FlI VDERS A\D I GE1Ol'G. iMeets atDroni' tho' last. S laudaiy ini each' miotith`. ' ?.t l'rtsrnENT: t ' t A .iDownwcnjrd; .IP P " . COUhNCILLORS: .Eash Lid in;-D. MTairs,- J.P., A ., Down w.IrdJ.l J 1 StanllL3 Contrc ]aidin.--r J." `,,rOiiiiicc W Brown., Wlcst Rilidng=\Y WP'atferon, R; Anderson, J.P. J. Cain ·P L ": * Soccn~.ranyv: . Peter N\owbin. 5 ... ..ý. " t " l LEASU~t.Ii :,ý " .. .' '2!,r~
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
.-.iSIlfRES'_DIRECTORY. E. iiOININGTON:. .Ieets:: in ' Niorninglon Shium hull ithie i, .Saturd iy,:bhfore; full unoqn. i PrEsInEN.T,: I . , - ýCOUN:CI LLOIII: - - Nortlh Riding-a. D). Box, C: Sonini', J.P., auld C. J.IFoxi ;(I ia:uuksto u). East 1Ciiilin---11. H. Pedcdle (Hazstingrs), J. Sa'vyer (Mornington), I. Tluernell '' (Soniervifile). "West 1Iidin"-.T. E.' AdamuA: Ddwnwt :aril, SnOJrIETlnx axn Exnxxnnur: } 1. E. Dloors (1>Iol niggton).
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 19th JULY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
"Not timidl, n÷or rosy... PUBLISHED EVERY S'ATURDAY. . . • •ORNING. ::r, a 1 . Jth.JLY.1890 .+ i .'. i +- , :, : ? .. ' . . , " r,, .'+:, , O. Saturday evenin last a1 meeting oE fisliermien' wasq' hold .i ithc ie clifnics' Instittte ralikston "for tie npurposc of once iorce takniingnto coltn? siderition the mouth of.the. creek, and+ thei ine1cienti, accomiiioda.tio pro vided forthe protection`: of boats that are brought here ::for. shelter: This' matter: has 'beeni referred to throuifgh these columnis on more than. one oc casion ain ittU`l; hi oeel''n ;matter' of surprise that it has been 'allow ed to stand m obeyaieo: so long ` .our information is corrct?e that a ?nuiimber of fishermen ith theirboats;; and families o? ould-establish theinselves here if b.etter: hrbor p;rotection was provided it'is' indeed a serious matter to th .trades People ·of rauksfon tlhat this niost:necessaryswork has not` beenattended to lon liefore this. Tile Hon. the Commissioner of - Custoiis made promise...
SELECT POETRY. AN AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
.SELECT POETRY IAN AUSTRALIAN; NATIONAL. S ANTHEM SBy J. BRUNTON STEPHENS, in tle Cen tetial MMagaines for Juno. :.i Maker of earth and sea, What shall we render Theo? " ll'thiigs iire Thinu- "" Ours but from day today. Still with.one liart to pray G od bless our rland atway, S l' This land of Thline." Mighty in brotherhood, MightyTfor Gbd and'goo'd, ": Letus be Thiine. Here let the nation seo SToil from the curse set.free, Labor and Liberty One cause-and Thine. Here let glad Plenty reign; Here let none seek in vain S":.'Our hel and thine-- ' : No heart for want of friend Fail ere the timely, end, But love for ever blend . Man's cause and Thin,.. ircic let ?~I: pea(- abide. Never may strife'divide This land of Thinoe.' ;' '' Let us united stand. One great Australian band, Heart to heart, hand in hand, Heart and hand Thine. Strong to defend our right, Proud in all nations' sight, ....Lowly in Thine One in all noble fame, Still be our path the samie, Onward'in Freedom's namei;, - ' 'U...
SERVICE OF SONG "LOVED UNTO DEATH." TEMPERANCE HALL FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
SERVICE OF SONG LOVED TEMI'EBAiTO: 4LL= AKSTO r oo somte %iadrb e kn'h o time, -'= the teuipeiao is iben: practiing fthe ibov C 801icoof -son',, aiiul 'it; =v'iv is reiereil °° p·nbaiclyd , mnm iTIiirsiy 'entii' a Itto. a air' auidience :':1 ho entertainnents i as a " vie'asint nd. inteei tiuin onbOn.ud i :1s ecideiitbvsyoprceiiated by thcse prcsent. Sotit ':°ofý"the qnaucs~ore ic. yc neell s i aiiuthe cbnnectiieicnulig was nciely ,given by the Rev R;O Cook lim Ccok presided. nmosLefhic'ietIy is; o 'nit °'`' Vi uiider:t itidi't it i th ititentii to give this entci to iinment` in othbr arts of h district. ]1M orgjIi used %oe' ki bjpNit hx lºýc.s~frtcasi t :p$ thlý town A ' t J'i.' u:, t "= ý, ' s :t ` tit ; · erjhh flogc~a~4 hij .1 '!! li
THE FISH MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
THE FISH MARKET . The following is the Fish Market report for. te 15th July :.-The suplply comprised Fish, ,385 biskets ;oystors, 4 bigs' wild fowl..58 brace;alies, 328 birace;" ibbits, 6,614 pairs. .Prices :-Barracoutt~ 5s to 7s per basket; breani, 4s to 8s:db ; fliathead, 3s to 7sild'dd; '.rfish} 2s? d;to,21s do;' ludrik4s 6d to ?sdo : iiullet 4s to Ss 6d do; perch 7s to 9s Gd do; strangers 3s Gd do; trout 8s Gd to lls do.; whiting 10s Gd to 25s do; Murray cod snd perch 3d to id peIr lb prawn 3s; to .3s Gd,peri gallon s smoked-fish 2s.to _2s Gd per dozen; eels 3d to 3.1 per b; oysters 6s:to lOs per bag'; turkeys (wild) 14 to lOs pern brace;- hares 2s :to `2s' Jd do wildfowl 2s' 4s'3d do'; rabbits Gs to (s Gdpdr'dozen-p.irs:' ?:
FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
-," ',Ii 1 KSTON T. MtOIl"\fOTOl) ''+ T1he following diill lcplceneit Trr infk to:: -Illeontck;, ]1Brown, i ii 11o `(2) Clauk (2) P-al ini i D~ioii yo,1ra it~, '(reen, Jlimnicyv, lKerr;'Kelso;' Mzuion, Mn, ouli: Olaf, 1?attcvn, i tynion cld; llitcbie2 b:adloir, `Thomas andL West .R -
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 — 19 July 1890
CORRESPO NfDEN.VE. I We areo'alwaysreody to lblish corrospondcace on mntters of intercst; but do not hold ouroelves responsible for, ho opilions exprcssed. by our Correopondent-Eo. - .S..s.,-- :-, • To .THE Ei DITOn. Sm--It is amusing 'to niite thli action of your Flinders correspoiid?it ?ho so boldly attacked mie in your last issue, by pouriig out'the-vials of his *wrathful indignation, upon., -.tiyn in aidvertently. offending - head:: then fearful least he had'gone into dangers way; and the- enemy come upon him; he retreats to the editorial "sanctuary, anid dries thrt all approach' b6 closed to that citadel, against the frail mortal, whom his fancy has imagined. " With hand of blood, and brow of gloom," I haste :to pacify him.. I have no ill intention: towards him, good:!: he'll live to fight another day. Presumably I am hors do combat ;rcnld why ? for writimg the truth and notling but th6 trtith: .Dceny .one. point who can. Then regarding the henious offence of not siupplying my ...
THE MOUTH OF THE KANANOOK CREEK. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
THE MOUTH OF THE KANANiOOK CREEK. To THE DITOR. Srn.-I was greatly ?surprised a few days ago, whilst takinu one of 1my usual walk jaroifnthe' ineighborhood to notice tho;idsgraeeful condition of the mouth of:the above'creek ,:It has ilroady beiei pointed out thlon g bi}or c'olumns that 'the silting up.: o?tlihe mouth by the Wiash sfrom the b;y,: is a seriou' mattetr, 'id onie that should haie 'bee "attended to; lon?g ago. In addition to the evil referred to I was greatly surprisoed to soe'anotherithlit should not;be allowmed to oxist, aid I adii of,thoseiph it- ti it i' thodiit of some o one pro enrit I roefor to the pri?ctic', of :the, fishermen thi;dwing sharks anid surplus: fish' froml.thiir boats into 'the creek.: The wish'frii: the' iay does not catry them ;inte deep water, andd therefdre they lrive to decay:, andj: putrefy ;in the, ýshalliw water. It is to bo hoped tli;t. some thinig will be doiee to stop thiis riactice, otherwise suchic'a quatity f p:-itgefy ing lfih,tia n.a....
MORNINGTON v HASTINGS. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
3MO1NINGTON T IIASTINGS. TO THE EDITOR Sni,i--- corresopudent-in your Dan denioug conitempory, unider the onem de p~lme of "Disgusted," and whom I should imagine is very sore on:the .point, has -taken 'upon himself to' report thed above football match. In the match alluded to, he characterises the conduct of the central uinpire in rather saticial termns, alleging that froin .the very onset, he favored the local team whonever anm opportuniity occured. Well, Mr Editor,. as a follower of the game for the past 14 years,., and having ibefore discharged' the onerous duties of the position to the satisfaction-of all concerned, I felt rather greived when " Disgusted' " rambling account of the . atchl appeared. It appears to me that this narrow minded. man is allowed toy abuse everybody with whom hlie comes. iiincoiita?ct with impuiity,;"butnea, ho is well knoi-n to 'one and all of the! local team, I'shill" treat him and his: writings as an object:lebencath my; observations. Not content with...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
SUPPLEMENT TO THE ".MORNINGTON STANDARD," SATURDAY, JULY 19. A JOURNAL OF BOHEMIA. PAPER.which shall be, as well as claim to be, a reflex of Melbourne Life; crisp, readable, epzarammnatic, pnugent wilh that curious under knowledge of men and things which belongs only to those who pass their lives " behindthe scenes;" and, above all, independent of advertisements: such was the ideal which led to the conception of "BOHEMIA." To the outside public " Bohemia" is an unknown comnmunity, fresh, unconventional, and,- above all; original. Up to the present it has had no voice, but now, thanks to special enuterprise, the general public may look on at the spectacle, and. they may join in the chit chat of the clubs, the whzspers. at the stige wings, the gossip in the Speaker's gallery, and the lobby. They may mingle for 3d. a week in that mysterious, entrancing life, which one-tenth of society passes, while the other nine-tenths are, or ought to be,. in bed. • To enable the Publishers, Messrs. ...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 July 1890
L • IOOR0ABBI N.., 3 , Meet in the Shire Hlal, South Bright'on' Sr:irst l??onday in ach monthi: PRESIDE'T : W:G. Buirgess;, J'P. : S: CouNcia oRoi:. North Riding.--.. G. oBuircss,IIo n T'. Scuth Riding- C. J. Potts, W. Lamnb S?itlh, E.J.. Vale. East Eidan- D:1ieStwin, R. Mills, F. West Ridit J: J. 'Daly,? D: !Al bbot; E. , ..;,.. e -~aa.rnett:'1 i:. : . Secretary -Johln Keys?