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EPSOM RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

EPSOM RACING CLUB. The followni, are the entries` for the mee-in#, to.9e` held oi'jThur~ay, , A-inDICAP UP DLE R?CE .. Of 70 sovs. About one inile and a half. Waitangi Incident Streak..- : Fair Sazon AudFacitr - S Merry Christmas King Billy Colonel Firebrand Lyre Bird Rewi Camben Ace .i Saklfod Hortense II- (late Juba IEHortense) Victim } Ti'T IVRANHOE fANnWAiP. Of 50 sovs?. Five furlongs, andsa half. Granite . T "' '?" Torpedo. " !`...Lord Roseberry R?aoo La Rose FAlexaindra Moonistoiis Partner . . , ^':; Coluiibbiibifi"k '' r ,r Hogmanay Stowpani' Winnie .. - Wendouree ". Russian ? ,Good Hope Jessi,, ?. ,...-.f ',- ia'?. . Esade?. " THE, ELECTION IsANDICAP., Of 35. seau.a, For. poniesi 12.2 -hands or Tommy Dodd' ' Mavis" Stockings The Orphan Juno Darkie Native Cat - :? Tongola-' Mort Avis Le, - Lena g!I ' Warrior 1 Siicy Pride of the Lal:e Paddy The Mouse ' . Playboy ' Of 100 sous. Five furlongs and 20 yards. Typhou; nil, . . Hogmanay. £25 Cazotte, nil Juba, nil Laaland,:nil . . Q...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. EXECUTION BY ELECTRICITY. AUG. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (Fromn the Melbourne Papers.) EXECUTION BY ELECTRICITY;: Ava. 6. The first execution' uwder' the new law subsituting electricity forhangmig, wbhich"canic iito6lhibtion iii tle, State of Ncw York inJanuary; 1889, took place to day. The subject wiis the condemned man Kemmler, who was sentenced to death for the ?iurde' of his 'iaramour.i The event was regarded with con siderable interest a~s a- scientific experiment. Kenunler. who had been stated to have lecolne mid,.'ia' calni' and'undanitedhiii his de'n?auiour. The execution was badly managed. The cuirrcnt. were imiperfect, and the contact with the body of the condemned man was aliiireiitly faulty. Three shocks had to be administered. before"Keininler was killed. ire beamne unconscious after the first shock. The spectacle was one of a very ghastly charactei. A-fter each shock the body was greatly convulsed,, and smokii arose froim the biek *of the victim at one of the points of contact witlithe m wires. The results...

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SOMERVILLE. PUBLIC MEETING. MERCUTIO—"A Plague on both your houses." [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

SOMERRVILLE. (Fro. " ua OWN-cORRE5PONDENS.) PUBLIC MEETING. MRCUTI?.o-"A hplague on, both .your The public meeting held here on S-atparday July 28thf., f orl th.i purpose -;f 'til iig" et'idto croct a building for a Mechani'es Institute etc., was well attended. The oliinion was generally expressed by all who spoke to the subjet,,, thalt the .East side, of ,the. Arition wias the proper place for it i:id the meeting fully endorsed the opinion. But iii tlhe 'absenie "f a' reisonable offer of suitable site, Mr. Gomm's liberal offer of., a piece; of ground ,at the back of the station was accepted by the neetintg, with a few disents,on thepeiipcile," lunppose of better thit thaii none. I'tseems, however, that there was greater objections, for on Tuediayf( rnoriini s lisiisriitidni-ilists were issued, of which the following is a copy: - . TO THE RESIDENTS OF SOMMER VILLE AND ALL OTHER ' / INTERESTED.[ A general 'opinioi having' been expressed at the public meeting held on Satuirdl: ev5iiel...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

SlIIRES'. DIRtECTORY. MORNINGTON. - Meets in Mornington Shire`:IHall: ,the : Saturday before.fullamoon. . O PRESIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. CourrILLOrs,: North Riding-J. D.lBox, C. Souter, J.P., : niidC. J. Fox' (Fr.in1"t6n) ,' - i. EastRidiI --'IIo"lL'Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer. (Mornington),. T. Thorncl ...(Somoervillo). . west lbidin-=J. E. Aiis A.Diown ird, J.P., W. . Irvinb, J.. (lornington). SECRETARY EAD NOINEER: . H.E.. oors. (ornington) r1 IFLINDERS AND KYIGERONG.,"-= Meets at Dro lana?usthe lst:. Saturday in . .. . ..lal..chmlonth..:i:.:.: .PRESIDENT: , ?-,.;, :A. ;Downwaurd i.J.P.T:1.! Ii r'l C ,;o....c..l?: .OU LLO .J East Riding-D.. Mairs,a:J;P. ,tA. ;Down . wd'rd, J.P., . Stanley. : • -.,'1 Centre Riding--:., --.. Baldry;i!J.,C. .. :-- GritithsTW.-Brcwn " West Riding--W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY : Peter i'Nowlan. TREASURER : T. B.. Iuntz. oo3100LBBIN. y' Meet in the Shire Hall, South Brighton, fis;t tLoil;ij.ineLicilh zlinthl PRiESIDENT : W...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

SOIENITIFIC NOTES. i"---4--.-- ? ,As.hell filled with oil has been devised to be fired by ships in had weather in order to calm the waves around or ahead of them. It consists of a wooden cvlinder about 20 inches in length 'and 65 millimetres in di ameter, and is cap:able of holding 300 grammes of oil The shell carries a hophide- (o£ ecalcinn light. When fir frbma inmoritar, provided for the purp~os..the,_oil, diplahce?Lby-the water, sheds itself over the surface of :the sea., lt'ij.stat'ed thut, i"Isome 12 minuites' after the falling of the .helLthewater. calmedLovera.circular space of about 900 square metres. As a moderately msize vessel occupies a similar space the advantage cannot be, very..great, ',ven if the,'ater is calmed as described. But it is not true that the big waves are quelled, as it isonly3theo.-nsmal.ripples.'on their suific& that arie;adaSie3 66tg, h. ,.The whole thing is a delusion, and the .inventor, a Herr :Silos, ant Austrian., might exercise his ingenu...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. From Mlclbourne-:1 anm. and :3 p.mI., ~ Fr.ni diMrnington--9. i.nzd nd 1 p.m. FrmWiDroa iam 9.- a. in. ,, From Somer: ille and Hastings-l p.m. Fraili Cowes and Sri7 EoinoL-Moiinday; \ ednasday and Friday=1'p.m iii ýi .

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FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON V MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

The aboveclubs will pl ay at Mentoiwe this.` afternoonii" The folloii an. iil representFrink'ifon wiho acre reqiiested td iirccI ILo Meutoiine by the 2'.1.4pmn trnim e=-=Btz (2), Chirke (2) ýcottier, D alman, Deane (), llooper, !Jiiiiniy; Laii rc,, Lilijijistý 'lXason; 1 fnulday, Mclomb, Olaf. Patterson, Rhcinholdt, ý ]titvhie aui Thum i ' . ] (

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

AN_ INTERESTING- .LETTER SPECIALIST. SJAMES D. _LLWELLN, who fa duly qualified and Rdglistred by the Iedioal cuds of icoria and m n South Mlos, I awre that by departing from the usual rotine of pr and devoting himself excluvely to a pec?l , which he his done for some time. be i not astrctly following the paths of profemlonal etinqutteo: but ie oaonalderale bohedy of the profession are till diapesed to tad coldly aloof from anyone of their mneba who acquires popularity In the treatment of etai imeate and I really a iledical Spelallst, he doe not itat E to resort to what he consider Ieqtimasa means for the purpose of diearnmingeynlc al ect il ,and of menagtng as ft e a he tn able the con. Idenoa ef the publc. It is asuredly better to seek asmistance fromn the qualified raetitionerln preference sotheg.c. ' The trnedeslgnation of quackery belongs to those hameles adventurers who, without a particle of umedieal knowledge or a titrieof claimtotes humblit depirtment ol the profeslon. pract...

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OUR ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

OUR ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Auc IO-jRs & ESTATE AGENT- Z -Belliin J., PointNepean rd, Mornsmgbox Crosskoll, Ritchie & Co, Frankston Davoy T. H., Frankston Fox C. J. & Co, Bay at, Frankston BAKERS Box J. D., Bay at, Frankatonri [ i Lambert A., Main stI Mordiallo. Allpresa A., Hastings r BLCxSarITnHs &, COAOCHUIn-LI.S 'Alstbhon W.;'Ma.'in at, Mornngton SCCamouron J., Bay st. Franketon tGainble H., Plyne st, Frankston Ockendon P., Cheltenham Hawker G,. South Brighton Gaskoll W., South Brighton BOOTMAKERs- t Corey!T.;Mentone cParade, Jenjton Moffat & Dalmama Bay Mt, Frankston ReynoldsJ. & Co.,Playne st, Frankston Glew & Hill, Frankston BUTCHERS Cooper J. & H., Bay st, Frankston i! S tephen! J.; Playineat, Iranikaton - Maxwell R. W., Mentone i Richmorni?A, B.iygst, Ffiinkston :i. T I .Longmore Bourko st, Meleourne Morris S. W. ,& ,Co., Chapelratreet Prahran The Colonial Bank of Australasia, Frankston and Mornington ....

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

VI.CO IIN . TA'AM - c The'. follown'n pircels and goods uaret the ]uanllkton statieon-- sesisr Buxton : care tinge, Žofiriionanr Wilvon, ;Box, : Wood, : ttts, Leadi ; Ji'Carin Mnoslcy Thokasun: JBrio'icii Sirr borouglh, Iflcler, John ]ei df Wiliamns, Cozens, O. Ienson, 1lkCom'bs, Rtitchlne Ihilon, 1[.· Gnr~dmtd-EPl~ --Heonl Halw i aln,-F"hco-O. C., Cadetc, :Ilyyan, Tufiiblill-tniiai T. Thorp.______ "' Welssi " Qiaý`ý fh a Plin alittor, 'to f aloul agnnwvnlisdgained` admittance to his preAnccoI whlitjjnd you want ? " "I wollo(i like ai situnaton onjynnriiuce'3r. tNo' place);Ior yaiiii F think." h i Bunt theas .) iI nt'ta in interpreter.'. "t " trprctc >.-Ie sir. To tejll' he-, I ilis;tie, porters say wise n'tiishnsallYif t tthe ttilll63 0( th sr,`-°" ti; sltho~xwQI a slt a3LIr hobr: nhenaýýrn~rtT has a

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

ITEMS OF. NERWS..; In the East Riding, considerable interest is,bpeig taken in theeketionof, councillors for that "prt. Cr Peddle whlio retir?s though effinetion of time, again setkik :ri election. Having been in the council for such a number of (years, 'aud filling this various duties attached t tthe office with satisfaction to the ratepayers, should be. sufficient guarantee that he will reccive tie support'of the ratep"yers now he again seeks re-elisabiMi. M E: M(?'urk is alao6'l candidate, is engaged in making a thorough canvass of the district, has received large:pirouisee of )suiplPort.:'.Thejcobntest premises to be a close and interesting.9noi and the result will ho watched ;inxiousl3 by those in the neighborhood:.,~ . , .! , : SERIOVS ColmplaitLs are bing ? _igdo. through thle nuisance of wmanloring cattle through the streets of Frinkston. These animals are a nuisance to many?.people, not only by wandering though the streets, but by invading peoples ib'alk-~ ards. Some of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

blt~n~r--T ~Coui , !I we1Ii~novn; bootielei erf. ~miitonie, begs to` iarll ,btuucsie to Mentone w~here lie wil attenid to .the rcquircencnts iiitriusted iwit th cheapneoss; neaaicss: udids SPatcVr rILArfTI:\,1 ' +yi:o c ,S.PIE C I A LL NOTIC.E DR. STURDER will resume his visits to HASTINGS oi~VWednesdays; and may .bihconsulted-at-tho.Royal-Hotel, -between the hours of 1:a.m., and 1 p.m. Conm mencing Wednesday l3th August. T HEýOPENING of the Ner Organ.in L~ .- oley-Trinity-Church-Hastings,-will tako p atce nt .7 p ls. on SUNDAY the 10th inst. i t ii ; U Mr! J. 'Alfred 7 ston e Qi Oranistof Jh Mr. J.Butler Jobnstono6vi1dpreach. Actions. tos . F1%ANKSTON MONTHLY 'SILE. C FOX & CO. ill hold ti r next C. m1onthly sale"' t Davey's Yards, Frankstin, on WEDNESDAY,` 13th AUGUST 4'T ' rat loeok? ' Injasdlition to-thetusual.Stock--, 2 Waggonettes Sets HSs rn ss*' , Sonme 'G(ioi l Mlifi (oewit and Store Pigs. Entries to be iiddressed to Sr::'" C.J. FOX," . auctioneer,-Bay-.-streetiFran...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

(rsOMu .:iOW . oui O R? RgS PO fD : .1? ? liia V? ll . oane cold Wiiiterly wci-eather duriiig the :liast fortnight, with: strong northerly gales, conie i;uenlt upoln ,whihý t.gether with a ~plentiful' fall of niiJ has madeo the place somewhat wet ni al uoppa. ^ 'r Election matters are very quiet Cr. .J S ~"Adiants. has hsbviireturned ut opposeLd for the West Riding. as also Mr. J. Thbreader ias hal :tuditor, contsclIutllI t. nli the with-drawal of r. biedge at (tie lastmo??mment muc;Ai to te chagril of inany rate '-iw$rs, who bud expected oppositiuu, Takiinginto edn sileration tle:rqiug weather, the contracter whdilaas 'he jetty is making excellent g', the pileii are being drivn veyaBy, as rmany as three andl;four a day bi put down, and the contractor is con ideit of having the work done before the summer season. ' Sevjral |wel tin arresident-oE Morhington had' very nirrow escapes in the Railway smash at Princes Brige onpV:ednesday. TheR ouqiergp,.undeýg tand are ''progressing favou...

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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

SOBRENTO. (vnoýx OUR OWN cOniBKSPONIDET) Theor Sorreuto; Amateur ,Chrity l1hnstrels '/eld'their first perforinance: at Sorrento, on Saturday evening last,. andipiroved a great success ..-:The doors were opened at,7.30, and at a'quarter to eight, there was not a seat available, at eig.ht B'Clolk theie -ri?s, nodt e in standRng room,nnlumbers:having to go home' iisappoiited." iMessrs Relton and Thompson ,as tambo._and.,bones irespecively kept the audience in roars of laughter throughout the evening, by ~ hbeircoinicidities.' The iiti'i?Which appeared to be most appreciated, were. "Happy be, thy, dream"s" by C. • '" " PPmY ' "Where 'th'e"- "ilows .Make a Shade " by J. B. Clark, " Farewcll"i byJ`r ReIltoin, "DLffy the Swnell" by W.'Thomp.dn, "All Very Fine and large" by G. Hevwood, J. B. Clark's character song, " Going Back to Dixie:" and Mr ,T. Relton's "Good Old Mary Ann" were ap preciated very much. :Mr W: Thomp son in his stump speech almost lifted the roof. The; .whole"cbiicluded w...

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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.] JUNIOR FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

I We are alwys ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but donot hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Corrspondents.-ED. M.S.1 e 1 | UI(OR)j FOOTBALL: To TH EmDTOR. SiR;-In :theuinteresti of ~jui6ii, foot-( b.ll, wivill ?'Rut lhdijndly insert -ýthe following. The Hastings junior club have visited both Frankston.( .irid Mfornington, and feel disheartened becauso neither of these clubs have returned the visit. We were beaten inmoneimatch the-other'-beiii i draw ow o eniolayers beirincud in their teams. We think it nothing but right that they should return our visits and play us upon our own grouiinid It is our intention to play juinors only. I am, yours etc., A DISHEARTENED, JUNIOR. Hastihgs August' 5t1i890' ti i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

Every one Ought toI isfr AgainstI Fire. THE NATIONAL 4INSUANCE "COMPAN OF AUSTRALASIA, IIEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARLET SSTREETS, MELBOURNE. Txeii. Ais?o? Esq.,J.P. Vice-Chairman.. R;. 0. BasoxN, Esq.,. ' ]3[rr,.w,LtE3W , E.? ...P Mayor of,-l . ° " 'LlU-re). ' - iHoc. C. J. HMI., M.L.C. - O-- . -=.YlIVF _T CIURENT EATE S.OF -EPREM-U1[.i-:- L A :BushFire iaid GaEtExplosioWi) CovCeldl Without Extra Charge. -WILLIAM M3ACREDIE, Secretary. Agent for Franikt6? i.- BLnoDr. 2 ii- i J o ,ýH T TO 4 i0? Agent. or Mornington-.T. E. ORRELT ; "r. : ; - .r i . a '*;r " -! :IIProfessional. -.:i r 1 .. / .(A: CAr.n.) SDR. STA??.EX. V1 TIIEED, ,(Larji j«l».;M._,WunN4Nor.),! M.B., t. CL., B. : May j'tConhiulted at 2BANKSTON-THURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA-MONDAYS: 2.to 5. HASTINGSL-FRIDAYS"': to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. .Andat his ,1rinvto Residence Mornington a. STIAIET V. TESZD, "Elimhtta," S.:...: i . COUvaa.STIFrr - O-RN IN GT ONK. A. H. STURDEB, (3SURGEON.( l:(8uccessor to Dn. ATxmss.)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

F iaikst o Boot .anWrehouse. • 1 ' f. I0 '-%, ,,. T REYNOLDS & Oi'C.C; PEROITI-AL 1'OO'MAKERS, .. .. r. i+ t!Itv71;n :tt t)-i" n u.)-- tdghu l1,ilAndatSoiIE B.iLLn5-'iHhl IiLARGE and ariedS, took ofiladies; and Gentleniea's Bootsa and Shoes.(. loots of a11 DcriptionSa raide to Order 'Fit Guaranteed. . epairsa Neatly, E-ecu-ted;? , .:1 ",.": -sm O ".o MoRNINroT . , .i :,i(OfMelbOurnean FPRICnkstn.:; BOOTGeneral AND SHuctioneers, House BORSES, ;MP!PLE,: &c.l .AL0;. LANqD SiENTOUSES, TRNITE, E c:T -N, r 'B OOTS nd, SHOESrndeom tol onrder; ;RadoBoots and Shoes; Below MIeuIsarns . l Cmiusniatiaons to He .Ofconts i ISH MARKETOF EORNINTON CROSKELL7L . RIT.C11L & Co., General Auctionetrs, nouse e ,f .,.it!n"nd,'Hn ,.tLAn ;AgeF .nij,; 'IITXLL hold Weekly Sales as Advertisod MOBSES, ;CATTLE,-,ST c. ALSO, LAND .HOUSES,'"FITR"NITTJRE, &c:1 f{ etc.; t hrouio Tt tho Mornin ta.9.District. Halle.Onducte by, tiner Auctioneet THOMAS RITCHIE S IPiLIP REN97,If Aocomta Sa...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 8th AUGUST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

"'Not tminUly, nor ransly." PUBLISHED < EYVE?T .,SATURDAY.,;, :.MORNING. ;s PFo some considerable time the travelling public''have; been looking forwardwith a considerable aniolint of interest and expectancy .'"f"ilrthe niew time table that was:to" br'sisied by the Railwayi Depaýrtnment. Time after time the inconvenient running of the trains betiveen Piinces Bridge, 'Mordiallob `and Fiankstoni, lavrd been brought under' the ilotice of th i Rail :ay Commissioners .by-. deputations and otherwise,: and, oiii'ineing'facts have been brought to prove that there was a great: need for" inirovement, and, that those soughtfor reforms in the: existing time tables were really needed. Mr Speight is ani undiibted. master hand at receiving deputations, and just as the humor auits him: he receives the gentlemen who interview hint either. courtoualy pr, otherwise, but any.onie: who has attended deputattons or redl niuic of the doings of the department,. will. quiik!jyc, 0omc:to. the concl...

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SPORTING NOTES. MONDAY, 11TH AUG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

[BTr EArL BinRD.] iti ý?.r`t--"'.. mv !.DMoan llvt Auo. Entries for Muonee.Valley 20th Entries for Cranbourne Meeting 19th Entries for Victorian Club races, Caul ., eights for Epsom Meeting.14th.,:;. i; ,: S.cceptance for Oakleigh Park Races 12th. ; f,", + : ' Tv-lTUDAY,i2TH.?Ao.: i OakleighPark Meeting. .. - :i5,::WEDNAESDAT, 18T Au?,' v-i;' · "t ,--.s-.. Tnut rr, 14TH uO.; Nil. " " ,,!ir 3fj:: ' FasDnA, Irs AuorUST. .-Weights for. Moonee Valley, Races 20th. . ;!Weights for Cranbourne Meeting 19th. "!r.,.l, . ,. ::." S"STURDATI wAUoust? 16Tri.. Second.!Day Adelaide Grand- National Meeting.-, : ; .. ,,.A.T C,' Grand National meeting. Weights for Ballarat Miner".Turf Club .Meeting "2d. 2d •... '.'There is:gentle rain, drizzling rain, 'blinding rain;rain in torrents, the rain of cats'and dogs and pitchfork's but the most :pestentrain I:know of, istho one acknow 'ledged now by race goers as the Jenkins' Main, deriviig its name from being present on everj occassion that Mr Jenkins held ...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY The unreiiiiii'er:ativ prriOobhtained for oranges in-the colonies are inducing increased activity among the growers of'` New'South.:Wales' iih discovering the best .'modes. ofr transmission to markets in other narts of the world. The. members of the Fruit Growers' Uni'on are, of course, imorvi iin the matter At their liut imceting' i r C. B. "'Gairnds laid' ontlhie table an orange prepared' and tvery suitable for, exportition;: but, as':the igrower,; Mr Ellison, asked 7s per case for them, it was \nconsidered :too high: Mr r-J; Purser and: oither'growers ire senndiig some cases in the cool cabins of a P, 'and- O., boat.. The fireight ha;L beein edciiecd "21s '1 'the" box." The same compliy hivae offered to carry a trial:shipment toIndia.. iltii tliought that:it would be. a good speculation .tb. seRnd lemons' also to India. soime growers recciring onlly lid per 'case in:the hionie in mrket.; A fine display of C(itrul:fruit ?was brought under: th' ilotic of nmem...

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