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MENTONE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

31,ENTONE .ACES. rTuesd y''s' meeting at ~fenteno was well attended, and passed off success htlly " Tlid course wa? in good order und the,weather, was ,fine, .though,'in the ea;rly portion of the afternoon there was;. ai: unpleasantly ':strong- iwind' blowing. The chief incident of the afternoon 'was' tlie' disqiialifictitiobi of Skiff, winner of the Trial Stakes, on the ground that she" hi-lilterfered with Driflield, who ran .second. ,.It/was. considered by tile stewairds ntha two? instances of- iuterference during :theo rnve were piroved, niid in coxnsequence they awarded the race to D)rillield, aiid disqualified Thomson, the rider of. Skiff,1 for -dife olinoth??- t Tile 'follolvin' were the results of the racing: SELLING HURDLE RACE. Of -70 sos. Special: weights:- - About one mile and half. Mr. 'J.Cruickaslik, s b" .?Ee.l ?41;.v T .slbury, aed,.l0st..71b!, nil (J, King). 1 Messrs. W. and C. Cavanah's br im Wild-. flower, yrs,- lOst, (Jackson) ... 2 Mr. E. C.anaii gh's:`Ig TI~ Dlk...

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SELECT POETRY. THE TIME OF THE PRIMOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

SELEC2hI POE2'TRY. TFE-!$T?MF?of ?TH PRIMOSES9 Summer and Autumn Winterpass by,,,, Sniillightii? Sl'dowd o-lihe4ueiiel, but i Never feel Loves early visions return, NHever with Meimory sw1iisperimg burn : . Never, though Time's flight my pain cannot Do I dream as I dream or feel as I feel In the time ofthe primroses. Whitely the snows of December fall down Or morningiwinds whirlthe autumn'leaves brown Or June with her roses grows balmy and bright; Filling the earth with a dreamy delight;r But notlip t6 ,se cki such meonries bring As the sunshine nud shadmow and music ff V U :teii timteof'the priese. Over thelreen ;hdrthebbeslutifigetss , Telling of Summer, tle'south breezes pass Telling of ilsys tlit are co?iniig a pace, But tellig to meq of, olie ong-yauished-face, Of hopes and their endin, of 16ov that was Of life in a Peri-laniloice that I knew [true, In the'tinie of the jirimroses. ' . The sweeping green ashes wave gracetful o'er head, And-the pbrimroses smile fronmtheir velvety...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tueshay, 5th August. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

, ..... . .:TC :: :? I LOCAL MARKETS. . . DANDENONG. Tueshay, 5th August. Joseph Clarke and Co.'s Report.-Dairy cattle an,-od a lidpilj yi.rded, whicli'iqoted readily about latei rates, there were no prime cows in, medium sold to £8 12s sd.' Springers iery ' few i yarded, which' sold readily up to £8 5s. Dry cows and young stock la small supply forward, ;the com petition brihg brisk and good prices were realieed; cows;from 50 to !0s;' heifer's, from 4ri to 70s. Pigs a large supply penned, which met with a dragging sale at reduced prices. Bacconers,fromn Osto 60s;.porkera, from i24s to 30s; : porkers front 15s to 20s: elips, to 12s 6d; suckers, from 6ns. t '12s. Calves, a ilarge upply.penned, whichl sold readily at full .market.rates. We also report having sold a line of fat' sheep at a satisfactory figure." Howard and Scott Report.-Dairy cattle: a short supply both milkers and springers, mostly being medium quality; the market all round was slightly easier. Dry cows and young stock ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

11 , 0 4 CEnRT.aM CURE INDIGESTION, ' LIVER i 1 KIDN gISORIDERS, In con-iacon with the DANDILOW u e's Compound Essenoe of Dande. DEA ILT The description of a simple remedy, by which a'Comp? ete cure of defns? andsoises just begez sfectedr.;will.be eezst :?a.to lnyone pad bepliers to . ta t S J.H. NICHOLSON, . 175 rIAMx, STREETr, IIELBOU1M?" Ai ci TUE sAongY, 2ir red b n t f >the rooms ,j i lin •POINT NEPEAN ROAD. washhouse, dri ad extensi : iriet " i . total e rea o 111 cresO subdi vi5e into seven paddocks, three yof The losition of this property is well 1J. Bell) tint the distritoom, being within easy diac (3 ibnile) of the itatiun' lnd ir prosinc~atciiizens. This is iii d exptbial opportunity for professional gentle sbdi Weci. an ideal home, within call oef tli best spots8 in the district, being within easy distanceh (3 miles) ofo the: tktidn' ?nd 'so. roundedioby: ,tl!0 residetbe of several n-' #,n ideal romre, within call of tb e metropolis, and in itself one of nature's ,ig ...

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EARLY BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

EARLY BIRD. Earlsl Bird. c Early Bird stick to your prosin' ' hpn?."g'sat ihingalou, should nob shoveb Let the old oses run, stand by and see the Butby the rising sun, e'en when the race s18 run, Don' let thy sprite rise up to Parnassus, On that old crippled oss some call Pegasus. f te b us d breate in -the nectar, Thoue.halst beendr nking, sir, or inthy When to the rhyming trade, thou wert alas! betrayed? ?;i!l1,5 'I " l Fenceforth his;breathoevade, do not thyself - degrade, By the soft muses craft ! meet for the asinine, Or for-the maudlers brain, sang as an art divine. T'f' ' ) !' . |Ai What ihe the poets done ? what are they doing ? iLeading thomielves agd )their. votarys. to. - .ruinm! Take my advice betime, never atiqmpti o rhyme, .:.+. ? 'j' i " ,1. For there is not a'dime, nint in any clime, Haite'thein t quench the fire by an ablution Taking magnesia q. s. in solution. " OBJECTOR." Drodmi1 a." t1i2th9ig i\'t'

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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 — 16 August 1890

CORRESP1PbOEND1ENCE.' Li IWe are alwaoys ready to publish correspondence on matters of intrest, but do not hold ourselves `rr 'nsible...the o in e?paessed by our To THE EDrroB. iiR,'.4Allow me to suggest through your columns to tho ; ouiieillodrli for the North Riding, the desirability of a slight imp rvement to.the footpaths near the ark /gate,'. opposite. !the Viqgloyan` Church, Nolan street, Frankston. Th?, residents .who. ;live in that portion 'of the township, usually avail themselves:,of taking a short cut through the park, and at the spot I mention, the path is aorn down into deep ruts with a considerable hillock in the centre. At a slight: xez ense this might be.levelled,, and if a few loads of grave) were spread, the crossing would ble greatly im proved, and add'tb' the comfort of .those- having oceasion to go that way. Hoping this: small matter will be attended to." I am etc, {' , ý i (LNTERESTFID

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SELECT POETRY. LINES FROM A PRISON CELL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

Composedin his cellU, by ayoung pl.ana Ii4'i "r . . ,li',€ . .? '. ..,i t, lut]?i:'? -:%'? Caged inia jirison cell-how sad yet true, DIs the lone heart bring former scenes tojwsew; ra'bIcfke4S mind, with bitter frenzy dlig jis the~jtdecree of man ia heaven The grated bars, and iron-studded floor, T2he Iuock table, sitool, and piousbook T ire.tealthy ti~ead and jealous look. _'orce back?,?.y maddened thoughts to otherdays. When joyous youth ,s. crownedwith Cursedi be tb hour, when" first 'I .traned bowl That kills the body and corrupts the soul. It was then my godly lessons, one by one, Fled from my giddy heart till all were gone, And left withia waste ad weary wil A conease i hi deh-'d I d- '(N ,, Oh wr fttcii -Ml 've An,d see my present tate, and thischanged scene, ntil dread __di ' jubt judgments falling on my Oh, could my parents' shades but bend on earth, They'd mourn, like me, t] mgrning of my ighity Fater, GM of lifea'd aeWt?-' Give, oh give me, a true and living faith. Bestow...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 12th August. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

, LOCAL MARKETS. :., , . S I. DANDENONG, ?i ..: : S Tuesday; 12th August. ' Howardand Scott report: Dairy cattle- a short supply of bothl mil?orsi fd springers a few dry cows yarded, but no young stock; the demand was dull. very few buyers being present. aigs.-A short supply of porkers and baconersr bfita fair number of stores and young pigs penned; the supply'of fatt was insufficient for the trade, and prices showed co?'siderable improvemint on late rates; ;baconers made up to 60s; porkers, best 30s; to 37s; medium 25s. to 30; best istores 17s. to 228; ,slips .13 to 15s. 6di 'suckers 8s. td 12s;s.mall do fromuss. Gd. Calves-A small supply which realised higlh rates, no.priame ealers penned.' We have also sold privately drafts of young cattle for Mr. C. Unthank, Hastings, and Mr. K. Murray Tyabb, at fuliimarket rate~a. Joseph Clarke and Co. report: Dairy catt'e-A small supply yarded, the demand for which was brisk throughout. (no prime cows in, medium sold to £7 15s; springers to £6...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

'SydliievSmith, Ritchie,' N. Wjkimmr 'C'GgdniJviR I nib I n~P~.S~t~ Iutchison, Cozensu lrieIIkp Dstri '4YDoiioghue, Dr. M I' eJ141yc Murray, Croskell, Nhnra, Ryan, J. Carr, Ifelicar, J. Ihallow aRni tie ýýk :if" dl 8l SýJ4LW .febwiu ois _.ý ý1raSO[U1'ý

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

:Tho tootball match between Sorrento and Flinders'op Saturday last, resulted in a win for"linders by (3), goals to (1), although.the winner°a. had the misfortune to lIie two of their men through accidents E. Reefes having the small bone of his right leg",rokcn, and another plays J. Clydesdal had his nose disfigured, it.no displaccd by. collisionl when runnmj..f "Thy i grunid was very wet and slippery. ) YThis match was played at 3Mentone tin' Saturday, and resulted' in nn. easy goals 7 behinds to 1 behind. The .succeisfulgoal kickers were Pattersmi (H); Cottiaro 2)g_, Boat and Jimmrnni4 i gih c eiuctl 5roiighout nofr 2iest mno posible, h i .tk siir us ?y (il central umpire was performed by Mr. iJ.? D. Box with satisfaction to both sides. The above clubs will play at -F'ra1's tQ, this afternoon. meAimr-"a'r requested to tn , ?I o a quarter to thre M r?he etiie of thlii'ob teams will be taken by Mr. J.Fox. Frankston team will be chosen from Box (2), Brown, Clark(2); Lottier, Deane, Da...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE ELECTION. EAST RIDING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

MORNINGTON SHIRE ELEC EAST RIDING Cousiderable interest was taken in the election for this-Ridmg, Cr Peddle who retires through effluction of time being opposed-'"by'fr Ed. Mc(ilurk, of hmecrvilje.. Bath, can: didatei havinig1t lfade an ?i'ictihi canvass of the neighborhood, and it was:anticipated that the polling would be -'exceedingly close:.i somi? aiintici-' pated that the retir:ng councillor who had served the intereseiFith'"ei:f ing faithfully and well for a period of 19 years,! would not be again re-elected. However, now the nunbers, are,?p, it will be sBeej thiit the! el mectorsave again: placed corfide?iic& in' thin lido and tried servant.. The, re?ult of the day's pollingis as foilds:- "' Peddle 112 ^ Majority'for Pddle 20. Very. geerl,, satisfactionr is ex-r pressed through boudthe-shire 'at tie result; Cr Peddle being an acknol, Iledged and popular favorite by all.'

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A NIGHT AT THE SHEARER'S REST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

IA NIGfTT: T"jHE SHEARER'S S s ... RE8T. : '1 , i , ' : ' i: ' . .. . .. ,I: thoght I had read, every_ scrap. of libtier 'r/ehr?i"?'s tinraiserable little place, when, uidei-neath my bed, pn ?ýovt--th `th?6? "iit'ý nionths, I-discovered the.blue-wrapper of an old SydneyJ Mail. Most of the paper pages had been torsi out; but the few Wvhics' (we"' left give m?' an -hour or so's amusement, and in one of them .I found food. for some. little: reflectioni. forget the exact vording of the letter, and also the' greater part of its conteuits, tit Tkhnow the writer didvocited 'tfiei srtitest supervisioni of bushi public-houses aid the' liquor sold; there. :although he added that the bush:" pdb"' of old times was a thing of the past,:and '" lambing doi6n "'" quito a ?bt.. art. . As I read the words .the.,door of the uncomfortable little' room, dignified -by the name of the "'prrlor," in which I was seated blew open, and ;t sound of lbiod'lahught6, the rattle of dice, and an outburst of choice ...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. DEATH OF CARDINAL NEWMAN. Aug 11. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

ENGLISH TLEGRAMS. dh•I *ý'ý u:, r'-'t i rl .% is (u a i su5 W me Nedho t'pta r's. DEATH Jf]ý ºjMEW A. Cardinal Newm n, whoris 89 rears rand i s ,?.e,' :- P l rapidlyfedt to or." -.-?.: ',r -.dt . S- t?i n -? ,.-r..-. Aug.32. Cardadi, l s ie ýyi,. 'j'"ladf'ltight. ENGLAhAt1tDiFRANf IMNItAIRICA v.)leip Ji. ('..d 1,:, r", Aug..12.,.I The agreement -itiled ,-;between Englana"ilt? P ilfliti .rat es're ligious; . iad , 4 a lid privileges,.,_o the" sabjects of peach country m thseiwo islands. i will p ed' Tad'foir 'th'e the teityoe allotted' to:.: France. Sokoto iwto- lfe ,'gien?to'the Royal Niger . The qRý bp.w aillsodelimit the British an recl spheres of in fuence ;aoasiher: parts of the.;Niger. AUSTRi IAbI STUD1 1r IN ENC. ot? ~~ ? ., ug. 11..: The e?iv Edmond!' Warre, head master of the:.Eton College, has made an appe ,to Eniglish University Oais-! men to rase'a. isubscription. towards presenting an eight oarchallenge cup for competitioni ' iinually by Au tralian tiidents 'itdiidng Eng...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. LECTURE ON METEOROLOGY BY MR. WRAGGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

LECTURE ON METEOROLOGY By1 MR.I WRAOq#E:- "' . leetuio on " c[?teo?ooy 'iaIt 4ellired recently m, Bt ae;isbaug.byria..:,b Clement, . L.' ,gge, ,. F.G. .ologist! of Queensland,;.iun?itidlof'"the Meteorological;Society of Australasia,;.: as well as for the special advancement of the clains for ;that. body.'i-;The-.!: lecture was profuiely illustrated;hy a,it ijunber of charts showlig: The conditions of stormy weathers in the Southern Ocean ; trans '~iinoimnital rainfall and 'drought ! fi~l~biie est.. erlies, floods;' and nior'eafecrs; ' the monsoonal.' extension, ?,:and ; tropical,., Adelaide. We" are.indebted to. the, Courier's report for the following particulars e--Mr: ?rgge blegan, bl: saying that: me eorolggcnl lrcsearcis!h had two very practical objects in view (a) the "ivingof such accurate forecate,.s of the weather i ?s'would befi'eflti'r ery `'" section of the'?comminit3;; anid 'more? especially by showing the siilor iihat weather. he, might" expect alppng.tl e coast; by ind...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

Death.             MURRAY--On the 7th August, at her resi- dence, Somerville, Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of Charles Murray, and only daughter of James Grant, post- master, Somerville. Deeply regretted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

AN INTERESTINGL,,T-TER SSPECIAISTIT rK JAh S D. LLEWELLy bsTh o IY dutl . Qualified and nrtistrred by tho' ,di(t ards ci 'etora and Sre South also . aware that by departing romn the usnal ronti..e of aqor and deutoinp bim re s elo s relt to special bnshb, whch be has done for sme iums, ha I. not stlctly lollowing the paths of profeseonal etiqustt?: but, as a eiddeble body of the professon are lUll disposed tostand coldly aloot from anyone of their nuAmbr wh aeqnjres popularity ln'the trealtment of certain alments and Is really a Medial Specialist, he dos not hksitate to resort to what he considers lepitimao means for the purpoeeot dimrmingeyoncal entiteland of enaings far a he is abletih e oot. Ildenosof the public. It is ns?uredly better to seeh assistance hmfro the qualified nractitionerlnpruerence tothOquark. - I ' etrOdgnationol quackery beln F.tO those ataelem srenter?n. wbho witheot a particle of medil knowledge or tittle of oisim tothe humblest depetment of the prefeslos, pra...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly," PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 16th AUGUST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

SP,UBLISHED 'EVERY SATURDAY 16thAUUST, 1890: s the ,,advent of ilthe Messirs Clh fey Bros to the colony, the subject of frit' growing has been taken. into more serious consideration .byl the agricultural and horticultural com minnity, than it had: been here-to-fore. These gentlemen. by, their. large and varied experiences as irrigationists and;.orchardists,, 'ere enabled to ivre to the resideits of 'thecoloony much raluable informationuregarding !this most importaut matter, that they-were p6sessedi of 'ipreiously'. . Formerly the' supply of:fruit was confined to our. own limits, anl as a naturalcou seqience' with our limited population and the oidinary laios' of supply and demand, our markets quickly became glutted, and the prices that were to be obtained did not pay, or leave the producer stifiieint marglni of profit to encourage him to persevere in his undertaking: .: Profiting,' however,' by the information gained, the producers' have been encouraged to look beyond ournown mailie...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

ITEMS OF NEWS. 'the Ee' h-"D polh h reach on' half oori missions. ON Monday next a special meetini of the Shire Council, will be held at Mo nington, tl?i usine p .the !meeting will pjtb, cltitondf' resi snt for th e nsuang year CONSIDEBABLk . indignation is being, ex piesse ,against, some person or.:pe?asbe unknown, who has laid poision in the township of Frankston, which has resulted in the loss of,seve al upod n wh kthe not the first time that this ve r doabtaui and dangerous practice hras ei;-g ::escrted Swiith inthe neigh rboodofthe ,rh?iple ',?Tt?ethe towsh?, 'and e'ee ougt to btaken o prevenittht being done in the fiture. It would be well for the offender to read the poision Act, and it will be aen th'bst any pesod? laying' poisiýn.-'iaiout giving proper, not;ce, and taking y, e cautionarymeasures, i lab e to averyhigh penalty, and also a term of imprisonment. Should such a charge be sheeted home to anf'ne iii the loality fllifi'io doubt the authorities will deal very severely...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

A o K" D Cf r ty ml'n'n;isttfit ni nn ll 4Itftý,ýEi# ,4` f inaidof the -lied-of-- tl.Q. C op-. ictorian teniber 4th. Elaborate preparations are +e'g;T Ioi3ýd oirthi ntertoiniient, and -it-should-provea-greet6·uecess. fI'r xtdrh (]j4orabbbin I town'thislaftemoon7 ii s A-Apreaeher; now.·s.mon, took as 1j te,4;pnge 9thoe1ords from Eccies iasteq. "Ad lji~rdogi ba~tjr thana jeead_ ' 3e a ain.t`the tongue rHbrg'nt 6i't xt,' A living dog is b te ,1Cyý01'F, F e_: _ men, a dead dog is Stter Than a llvmglwon. ` rueM~iithgstga3 ing classpcmu-c a ' L--replied,. "'hat k~i.§ isjoeri u1 2oý bet wqo .

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

SJIORNINGTOM -4-C- S((·ER OUR OwR CORRESPONDENT) That some decid a cti1n- Sll Ž-ie to be takeih-by tbe Council to-abate-the nuisance of ivaneringcattl -is aihi:ll disputed fc?t. t Tdl' streets` and-''Ra? - way station yard duriug the day time presenting more the appearance of a Common than(anythiug else, .being no uncommoit g' to see' seveni;_ ,eight cows$ feedit g n thohne ;ai~ ?Aiwering at their own sweet will all ranger, whose duty i'tdsh;ould eertainly be to abate the nuisance somewhat, if not stop it altogethcr, -but.' p p.mpFr course woulil beta-ldopt1ar-I of the Police Offences Statute, which does away with the. trouble of imipounding altogether and makes it an offence punishable,by, summons by, advertise' ment. .,. " ...i ?,? Mr G. S. Hepburn, ..P. a: well known gentleman of Mornington, ha'ing previoUisly'held ' commiiioii as Justice of.thAe Peae!:.for the Midland Bailwick which he resigned upon leaving that district, has been ap. pointed for ithe. Central. consequently Morn...

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