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OUR ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

A KlRCTORf '. Bellin -;1 oilitNep ri rd, 31nrn ngto ri Crosskoll,:Ritehie ? C, & Fimrksion!? Davy T. H. Frinkste;n :Fo C6J. & Co,' Bahyis ?? Frs ii ' ?,' n -Box J D., B:iy st, Fr inkston Lnibilirt!AMain et Mordizd oe Allpress i Hastizigs BLACKSMITHS & COACHDIILD33 Alston W. Manhi st, Mrain.nto: CoameronJ., Bay st. Franksto : G iam;blo H., Payniie st, Frankst? ' OckenLdon P.; Cht'te:th un I#tcker (.. South h:i'tisQI Lh W3~~~\CiiY~Li~astka\V e

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

The nustal, nsoutfjy meeting of thc Morningto Siirei, will lid hldld to-day in' the Shire Hall. The principal hbusiness will be the opening; of tenders fgr tlih loan of .4,200Ofor the Worth'ishdIEtds Ridiis.: In another column will be fonnd tihe first portion of in interesting letter, iby,,upneo pf "Cooks tourists entitled" a trip to Mildura. The tioti winrg T-, ipSd ffrWi toi sdt f Age. The Chief Secretary has under con sideration t proposal from the trustees of the new cenmetery at Frankston to it'oeuce a bill clearly :defining ,?a f.th'eir powers in the collection aqdi iirsments of mnoneys T.eqtrusteesatpresentconsist of eýeisttjtshs selected from the variosis munin?ni?sii, and they "are also ansious, sheing e large amount of money that will e 'reqnired to fence in 3000 acres of land, plant the fringe with trees, lay tle ground qut into sections lserconstruct paths alid roads, to secure an advance of.£ 0,00jfriui the Governmnent, which it is prosed to; repay out of the fees charg...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

tM JttlLO1 N a2OJ~Ii l TAV JAR1 *trý :(ritLdi !cOUR owN COIRRIESPONDENT) .?,.Anwell.attended public meeting, was held on Saturday evcning last, in the Mechlanic. Jintstitiitei f6 cbnid~r i.li'at steps shonldibt t?ketiV/withli:igdirdto the decisionof, the .Commissioners of ailw:ays in th,. ,brinei lio. Cr. Adamus was voted to the chair, and biecfly, stated whyy the mieeting had bcei' allcd, at the 'samenc tine urging uponalllirosent, to lis ci ry eideavourl to maintain thea poition theyhad; \ase the inm ai line?.? h'' 1 slts C?Cauldwell ished to kno iibv hv-ia convenicdi the uiectns, 'uli b iv wlssitthosority, ald dt it., d" ud tere were oftleeeping, it n 'is tejl'iuine. h i. Slii Icxpl iciine hatlsl, li dlcallled the .incotihing , ; i'stl e maeeofstiihc - i resident it thi rcqucst of a.cusisdesorablesiunmbcr op r ;ttepayrs, aildthou?h that thit? would be a' great pity to os.e tlic privilege they had allreatl ,obtaine d especially as the sftiiteii orilcd ra os d iit Msi st' to the Sl...

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DROMANA [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

JFa ( oRau OwN CyiREsi OsDEwr.') Thel contiact for the eoxtensioli of 80 fcot ,to the jetty is about finished. The w ork is: of ia solid and subistantiail naiture, :indl ieflects great credit upon the contractors Messrs Ross and Fraser. It is to be hoped that tenders will be called shortly r re rt plrnOised ~0 ao nmmison.?of Otome . so 1hat acuphi hicoeuniodati6n id. b prb dd or the excursion steamners. It'is worthy to note that the piles which had to be taken out as they were in the way of the new extension, are in a wondarfully good stit ,of presorvation ".I 'I lavo seen sose 'f themi c?n iinto 'ldenis, ann the wood is as solid and sound as a bell., Theso pilep1 haveo been in the water itibitt fifteef6h?yiis and were obt.ined in the mountain. The service of song entitled" Little Dot" mentioned in iny last weok's letter, was given in the Red Hill schoolroom on Wed nesday night. 'here wa? a good atten 4asce , rtlrndori, g Pf the liiTerent solos tnd choruses was enjoye; by those 'pie...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

To THE EDITOR. Spi?,--Re water.1 Cin yoU`l ilfoii me through your colulils. ?yis the sur veyor who first visited the springs; in the district, did not come near my piace and why no reference is being nilde to the water found on my land. it seems, to mc is though the discovery Sliave m:tdei public;is beiing keptl in the back by some one interested in other parts. If .thee interested in a water supply scheme, would visit all paces and honestly report upon them, it would do me no harm and do the district much good.: Apologising for trespassing. Yours etc., JOSEPHI CHURCH. I Laiinovarrii Defence Station. July 22nd 1890

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THE FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

:s :!) ,THE!:;FI.*, MA ,r. SThe follpwing is the Fish Market report forthe week ending July 19:-The supply comprised fish, 5,'23;lbaskets ;-,3furray cod :i'nd perch, 44 baskets; prawns 14 baskets; crayfish, 120 dozen -;_smokedfish, (idozep;. eels, 1 bi?? oyst? 386 bags; fowls, 46 cbuples; turkeys (time), couples; hares, ,80 brace ; wildfowl 1;10 braces 1 rbits, 20,546 paiis!!"Prices wem ;i os rfollhis:° "Barracouta, 4s.,to.15.:per,basket ;bream; 4s. to 8s. do.; ,flahlad, 2s.tto, s. ud: do.; do.. rock, 10s. to 4s do.;, gafisi 2s. (d. to22s. do.; liidrick,'4's.td 8s. do: 'iunllet, 4s. to 14s. do.; perch, Os. to 9s:: d. do.; pike, 8s. to: 15s. do.; pilclhars,.uls:ikdl. to Is. do.; strangers, 2s.,to is. do.;, trout, 4s to,,138s. do.: whiiting, Os. to 25s. do.; .3Murray cod and perch; 3d.,to id. per lb.; prawns'3s: t6' is (kld. per'ýtillon;. crayfish, 2? 'to12s dozen; flounders, 10s. to 14s. per dozen smoked fish, 2s. "GAt?3. il. 'per' dozen; trovalla, 10d. to Is.d e. each; els; 2d. to 3...

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LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG. Tuesday, 8th July. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

.L A L!,lMARKETS .;j jj*a., DANDENONG, Tuesday; 8th July..I. .,i ,(AW Y 1 .8 .v FlM Joseph' 'Cl rIW k and Co, report 'Dfairy cattleo;-A- good-supply-yarded tli o-'dfi petition for which was brisk at late good prices, prime cows were much enquired after, prices rangipgf1from £8 10s to £10 10s; medium alid itiferior frot £4 to £~ 10s; springers to £8. Dry cows and 'young stock. A small supply yarded whliclh, foiud ,ready dsale at full tllarkbt rates. Pigs': There 'was a fair suiply penned which, soold 7wbll ¼i`t'good prices. Baconers to 5ls; porkers to 36; light weights.to. 2s ;:stores to.1ls' ld;- suckers Ss to 14s. Calves : A good supply penned which found ready sale at currenit rates;:: Howard and Scott report.. Dairy'cittle; A moderate .supply. penned, l.best sorts being:. much in demand; iiediniiun and inferior cows quitted.ht abouttlato!rates. Good milkers sold from £8 7s to £10 10s; others fromn £4 153s to" £6 10. Springers, good r:descriptions, * sold; irearlil' . fron £6 10s....

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

To THE E roITO. S.c-Would:you- kindly allow-mn space m your valuable columns, in reference to a report which appeared in your issue of the 12th lust., to the effect that the usual temperance meet ing wais held at the Mechanics' Insti tuto' on Wednesday, 8th inst. The ireport radsthat that there viassomne very good singing, but that some of the gentlemen should chose their songs. Now I was present; at the meetiug- on that particular evening, and :there was niot a song, that could not be heard by the fastidious lady or gentleman of anu class or creed. I am of opmioil as well as manly others, that the per son or persons whose ears are so delicate, who could -not., listen.to any re?iding sosig, or'recitatini,- that was given on that eveniug should stay at hoine, and ilot by untruthful criticisms to disturn the harmony of those meet ings that are a source of pleasure and enjoyment to all who attend. I am etc., I A orEGULAy L ATTENDER: Sorrento, July 22nd, 1890.

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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 Correspondence.—ED. M.S.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

SCORRESPONDENCE. Sm.--Will you kindly throu.,,h the, hWe are valiy rieady to pulish correspondee on mtt re oft interest, but do nothold ormyelst reoisfaibt or ithmproves aft pres asead boyaur Cqrrestondents.-;-EoD.f: 1 .S.;,, ,, ., . . To THE EDITOR SIB.-Will you kindly throuth the' medium ofyour valuable columns correct the prevniling lideA, 'that my- intended departure is to be permanent, my intention isto return in;a year and loss if my health aitisfactorily improves after a sea"royage: so strongly recommended by my medical adviser, thanking you in anticipation. H I am yours, 1HERBERT W.';:BTEELE VERITY. -

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 28TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

SPORTINVG NOTES. [Br EA1LT'BfiRD.] i.tq fqcVc.y.A.T.o?..r;and; National Senroientoi 24letig ut o.at 1i .Q?, [TUHsDAYijuLY''-2?.1r,. gala- fIr rGoelong ".Winter Mlueeting" n'Agt4 for Adelaile irand %o -'ur t: ri7WEDNsEDAY, JUnL 30rT H-: Weiglhts'fo Mentone,'A ugust 5th:.'': -"*.o ,'ieif,` F .!IDr, AvousT1sT. CondobliiiAnnual Meeting-:"' i la IATUDA ; Jt AUG1STr 2aD. Geelong, Racing; Glub ,Winter Meeting. 'the Vitor aii Ravcing "lub weiro again forfiiiilit ifi .h;Iiiisplendid - weather for thc{l'iecoiidc?ay of th: Grand National Mr~tia,'l'he;'geiinla uinnshine nilucei a bigdrcwd'to t'beniciigrand the largest nmuthiit lihaseVer apipeared at naSteeple chase meeting was that of Saturdays; and despitetlie ??tishinganild' hieavytrafid' that thehiinewereiv? idonmi tlie -first day?; the elastic sward presented.its emerald sheen with biit'littlo loess lustre;, and -thie sitr roundings ?ere just as bright, as on the previous Saturday The rice goers 'were as ueniial i?iad p"of those- 'who hare ...

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FINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. (Communicated.) Saturday, July 19th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

:. SHIRE COUNOCIL. / - ;'" Stnliy. REV; Teidt Cohuncil it s a' Rvisini CoaIrt. Two applicafioiis 'wre received 'ni al-" lowed, nd"thMe rolls w'r;'flhen certified to as being correct |Minutes of previ os 'i"atia " were read nd approved of. . " " COIH ESPONDIENCE. Inwardsiread and nalt. with sis tnder'" Froin Lands' Iepartnidirt, ro allocation of loan.under/VtermiinDstr-uctidn hAct; RIW ceived . From Royal Cofiaimission.'r tr' ili?lt Des truction; 'and forwarding copies"of report: REceived.1-1 .... ..:.. :i , .,.; .-1, " t,,.,, Fromn Salvritton. Armiy,i red ? nesiip?Tyd , and askin 'co-oplira.tidli of tlie "conicil "' R e c e i v e d . . ..' , o' : S. " lr, . li. l .. .,. * . -: .. . From James Service, MI;O! ptti'. .gaimrst erection of overhetd lrid' at 'Con tinentil'Hotel /S rrento.," 'i ..l ' Fromu IW. H Hurleyjprotesting ag-ainst isaine.1.Pernlission of c6uncil withdrawn, till plaiis aret inbuitted and' approed of; , FromiiGillott,('rokerandSfibvwdeaskin! i couincilFi'co'nsefit to...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY Mr JoseIh ilisisto has been making some experiments into the value of the crude lihqid resin: of eucalypitus as an insecticide. Used as an emulsion with. a small quantity of kerosene and soap it is found to effectively destroy the apple blight aiid perish.. It 'has the further idvinti/ ae of beingrery clieap: Mildnra Cihtivalor. A.writer it the Garleners: Olgioaicle gives the following' wrinkle for plant mrowers :- saw a lot of brown stringy looking stuff covering the floors of the houses,' with the exception of the patlihs nild oil enquiring, I found the miatrial to be the refuse fromn toba'co iiorks, consisting of the midribs of the, leaves etc.; this is damiinped occasionally with water, and keeps the air. charged to a certain extent with niicotine; it lasts in condition about two i'oiiths, and is then renewed ; it ri.sori ti?nies placed upon tihe hot winterpipies au ?ell as the floor of the house? .The snael of it is peculiar and somewhwatiunileasant. I wa...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

S:,-) .LIIJER. ' l,.i,, . -et: . .'r?,? . t, ,',.; (FIr.on OU OU N CORRF.sPONDENT.) A Railh;way Mceting was held her onl Saturday; .nigh?t last, about 130 peopli attendlug.i Mr. W. Bowen J.P. occupied the chair, Councillor Anderson reinoved all doubts as to his identity withl tlie. coasnt :o ne lby pirj os1)i), resolution, which was carried unani mously, in faLoi""of th'6 ,eitern to 'llnders line. Cr. Anderson explained thit he went; vifhtille Ceintal ~eague, but finding they had no show he then we itl for the ]lindeEi4.i il..nas.either of th . lines ioubld -kit him. M r.-.?r1 against Cr. Anderson, and intimated that the loenl.;press:;had' misreported. So far as this newspaper is concerned, honiver, if i'imiiintail he wasn ieitlihb misreportcd nor misunderstood, butt as an amicable feeliing ,ppears to have been re-established, I. shall refrain from fiirtheir mentoii o the i itter, unless it i, agai:y brough.itforwarld.;,,. "Objector".. again, btrudes .upon public notico, and indirec...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

SIIitlk?,b' .?JIRUCTOIUt1. MIORNINGTON. Meets in 1Morningtonl Shire ]IallU the '"' Satiirdhj bdfore' full eýoon. " PRES1DENT : A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILI.Ous : Nortlli'5idiingI? Ox -D-?.? onut ?-7. -i and C. .T.'Fox'(Fi inkston):' East ]tiditig--I: IH. Peddle (HIIstins) 'J. Sawyer (lMornington), T. Thornell' ':'i (Somserville). West J~iding-J. E;'Adams, A. Downward, r-J.P.,1W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington).. . SECRETARY. ANiD ENGoNIE: SH.: E:' Moirs (Mtiiingtoi.). IFLINDERiS AND KANGERONG. fMeets at Dromuana the last Saturday in - neach; mbbith. : . " A PRESIDEnT: i; i'A: Dowiiward,, J.P: ' rTi . : COU'CILLcRS : :'i -1" I E:st Riding-D.! Mairs, IJ.P., A:I1 Down ward, J.1'.," R.: Stanldy.', Contre ,. Riding- -. Baldry'i, J.J C; Grilliths, W. Brown. 'West Riding--W. Patterson, R. Anderson, . .: JP.,, J.CainiP?,JP . : .. " I S EC B E ETARY:, ......I : .Peter; Nowlan. ,'. TiEA5URiEi: T. B. Huntz. OO-- ABBIN.-.--?0 .BB -...--- Meet in the Shire Hall, South Brighton. iorthl Gidinir . u r'B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

SPECIALIST.. DAa s W L.T. uIm,; o I e .duly Qualified and Registered by tha 2Med :Y Bards o Victori arnd new Soun WaleS, I awre that by departing. Irom the usual routine.of praotie ad devoting himeelf I elusrely to a speital branch, which he jas done for some time, he i not strictly following the paths of profe.onal etiquetts; fot,'2 oavesiderable body of the profession e still disposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires popularity In the treat t of etauin allamets and is really a Medical Spaeislst, he. de" not hesitate to resort to what he considers legtlsnit means for the purpoeeof dlsaamlngeynical eriticlea. sodof engaging as far as Ie s s able the ton. fdenoe of the public. It is assuredly better to seek sssats eemn the qualified practitionerln pfermenm to the quack. Te trued?naitloo of quackery belonet to those shmneleua'dventorers who, without a particle of medical knowledge or a tittle of cleimtotbhe humblest department of the profoesion, practise ...

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Mornington—Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 26th JULY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

:-' - ;!r.i.l i .tcco,-,'r:, s -" .i;ir, ,m: i . rl "Not tiiuidltl,or rashly.? -? , TU:Pleniisula ais it iigenierallfy called shitesi 6flMornington, " EliSides ?Un'l' Kan~lgerong, is acknowledged. by;alli 'ivho save, any .acqualintince.,with i.thel neighborhood, to be- rapidly growing ii importance; wealth and:lopulation. There is overy ,reasoi:also of believing, that this portion of our colony will oneday,, occupy a' niore promiitent? position than it does : ata the . psresit an?d 'th'y'it. vill siirpass othei:. partii that are niiow ill advance of this., ,In iaddition to the many attractions. that' are ito be fotnd :and the many beaUty, spots that ?re ".to be seen in "the neighborlioodii of Fr inkstoni,M ooiinig ton and Sorrento, .,and .froin thence' along the coast to F'linders, ,we have one of the moast genial and niid clihiats that is to be found in thie Southeiii Henisphere. Situatel' fari enoigh- f6 the:south' to escaipi' fth inteise heat that is experienlidd in. the city or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

Election Notiees. O THE ELECTORS OF THE EAST - - -i i u e: SHIRE OF MORNINGTON.j , % LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. As my term of office, as your Repre sentative in the above Council, expires ini August next, I again offer myself for re-'election. Respectfully Soliciting.' the 'favor of your vote and interest after fourteen years service iin the'Conncil.i:-'; .:: H H PEDDLE."? BoR SALE.-First Class Tishiig Boat 1- 1 8Sft6in length, 8ft;beam, ComPlet, ,.ith Fittinigs:; ".Apply :P RNo?iamFi l ton.: :" : ,. Sor SALE 13 coils of'Wire:Netting, ,"Family Buggy, HorT?;I arnne's add Sunmdr?'Furniture: 'Apply: T. 'H.: Divwr; Agent, Frankste . SIRTCHNELL BARRI.DGE .AND J PORTER of 315 Collinss Street,!.Mel bourne, have a number+ of PROPERTIES suitable for Fruitgrowingg and' Poultry Breeding in the Cranbourne and Lang. warrin " districts, from 5' acres upwirds? Very cheap, and ,on exceptionally eisy termni. Send for particulars. Note the address :-BrRTCimNELL ..BARt RIIOE AND PORTER, Auctioneers ,and Ge...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE MUTINOUS GUARDS. July 22 [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

JENGLISH TELEGRAMS. From Me Meboaree Paj. .J) THE MUTINOUS GUARDS: The second ibattalion of the Ghrena dier Guards,, whiclh has beei orderedt; to take slicab:io ii inid l conseue1nce. of mliitiiiii iO liiai+ciavolronl d recci, occasion, wheni theirefused to turn omit, for an inspection plarade; were to-day inspected by'thel Coiniiiihile-iii-Chief of the forces, II.R.I., the Duke of Camibridge.. T At the close-i f tihe insleetoiinhiis RIoyal Hlighness brieffyy ddressed the, baitta1iaii, atioinly censtirin those who hadi brought,,the ;;regimiet ;.into contempt. The -Guards: are htobeasent immedi-' itely to the Bermudas for two years. -rLieutenant-(,h?ioel 3Maitlaii,, coin manider of the :battalion, will iremain in Enghlui1d . o' insists feo oft jiort martial being held to 'vcestinate-thmf charges made. again t' hSi; I tJatr he provoked 'tlie d y of isuhordi ation by.,lhi. overibearuig conduct, and. by callin-g the miein out for? unneces sary paiadius and inspectiions. Th0 sit nmemnber...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER VI.—Continued. INTRIGUING AND MADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

THE DIAIY or A LATE PHYSICIAN. Bt SAMUEL WIARREN, D.C.L. (Author of " Ten Thousand a Year.") CI[i PTEit Vi-iCot'lied. iNTnr aqurx. AND 4Issi)ENSS. When I have seen a beautiful and popular actress, I have: ofteir'.tihonglhit Iiwr many tiongibi hinc rs3thlere..women. mllltst intoxicate-how illally even sensi ble, and otherwise sober heads, they tulst turn uplsi down ! Sonie years ago, a case cale. underi my .care, -which showed fully the justness of this reflec tion; and I now relate it, as I consider it pregnant both with intrest and in strunction. It will show hol? the energies of even a Ipowerful and well infonrmed mind may be prostrated iby the indnlg cince of unbridled passions. -: . ..: te one evening in N?ovemdber, I was stunmoned in haste to visit a gentleman wtio was stavifig ait jine bftij. hlintel. in Convent. Girnlei, nd infornied iii a note that li': Ihad manifested symptoms of insanity. As there is no time to be lost iln sidh cases, I /hIurried;"to' tilo e Hlotel,, whic?...

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THE PHONOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890

THE "Pi{:HO(OGRAuPiI. BY ELECTRON. Several years .ao, "being soiinewhat of it scientific turn of minil, in: course of some of the researches in persuit of whltmay eternleln .jny hQobby, 1 first edaal e aware of the great ladvaince niehlt being made by Mr Thos. Edisn6ii, in the great scieniice of electricity. At that time 1Mr Edison had brought before the piubliC, the :woitderful- talk inll machine or phonogri:ph. In one of the works read by ini a description of the above instrumlent was given, and although it was then' in a very cr.ide and unfinished condition, it had attracted considerable attention in the seientific. -world.: It was: predicted by some, that the new discoverywould be eap'able of recording anid repeating all the transaictins' i of: daily life with unerring accuracy, whilst othelrs mnore cautious in giving their judgenment without wishing to detract anything front thle merits of the ;invention, looked uipoli the instrumoint ,noroe Is i scientific toy, and weric:;of t...

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