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LOVE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

S: r.,,NLOVE OF LITE.:i; i. ,',Ii Phrenologists have assigned to a protibeirance ihder the eiif'thi?ifitlt' of ""vitativeneiss," or loveo6f life ind some.of, them.assume that,;jn,pr pop-: tion to the size bump;ie."asiti~ ezig"hi·of" the. thil elemient in the' iiidiiiiual.' HoReiver 'this may be, that the love of life is intense in so.ne minds, and sjarielpjixists at all jiiii others,nobiodli of course. will deny,; .and it is no less true that persons 'who'earnestly desire to--live-can-keep w-mortal-- disease-at bay much longer than those who are comp.aratively indifferent to their fate. The tenacity ..with'whish some men cling to life is marvsellous. We had an miistaiice of this i ithe cae of , noted pugilist, :several yeais ago, Noli was shot i .the bireast during a -ag room scuflle,; and his: donitioie ?iws ironotnced hopless by the isgoluss . But'he scoffed at their opinions, rid ietiual; lived several days with a ball in his heart, keeping hie hold upon life-ss it seiemed--by -s...

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

DRBCMANA. (Faox oun owN CoaRnsroxNsz?). -The roads inthiopart of-thebhire are in a very bad state of repair. I am told that in some places on the througlh the metal, and are4,psitjvely dangetous to vehicera'ti . uA for the footpaths,I think as much water is ~und on them as in the water-tables at tae .i Tie t8.5i-02DPen ili whose,busine ,t4es .thev ,out, .fter; ldark, !have a sorry time of it, they cannot tell at one mofi??aiit'wat the next will b oe r ' tjvr b? they will eMai il vs esiV4ingtl l through mud and 'wate niearly ankle deep, if they attit61go eMt0htl particular "pond' they run a very great risk of stepiii h~ltod depefid. Shouldp?estriaps befortanate enough to clude,beoiwatertheyt have,,att-ery brief intervals, the delightful sensation of an inuvfitih f '1tslge 'Whipb' however, terminating in .the ,avey un acat1fsid pgsiionf "all-fours,",casnot sonmeliing be done to make the- foot paths serve their propeTjiiiirose, and the water-tables-theirs. '. "Liedtenant Colonel Snee, ...

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

Every one Ought to nsr Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSUANCE 'COMPAY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINSA-ID XM SpS9 Nra E.j i ; TIRECTOTARS ToMAs MOUBsAT, EQ., .J.P., Chairman. G. D CmATEB, Esq., M.P. Txos. A.sTro,E ,WJ.P. Vie an' CBENSON, Esq.,.P. HArrnT Lit ...P. ( yor of V" J " Melbourne). HoN. C. J, HAM, M.L.C. - - ---- LOWEST c"RENT RATES OF PR EMIUI -?.1 "BushjFires and GaasEEplosions Covcrd Without Extra Charge. ?I·) ic,:it i rr r .* r LLIAM MACE)EDJE* , •- - - '*i , l ' ,1 - "s;cita>r.o Agent for Frqnbxton-Maju SnoD. r! . ir Agent for Mornington-J. E. WORRELL.. - ? ,. 3 (A CaRD.) DR. STANLEY YV.)JTHEED, u :(La Di. A. M. WuLxnUsoN.) - M.B.. it, Ch:;B I 2May be Consulted at. P?RANK1STON-THUESDAYS: .2 to 5. DROMANA-='MONDAYS' 2 tbo 5. AS .H TIN?GS-FRIDAYS:: 2to 5. . ~- ERVILLE-?I FRIDAYS-11 to 1. - And at-bis PEivate Residehncd'ornington Daily- - . , DE. STANLEY V.- TEED, ElimtttCARD.] : A. H. STURDEE,, ,SURGEON. "1(Successor to DE. ATKIN·.) May be Consu...

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

BJoo tmakers. DiliuIllT it Bo ItisapeiwUse. Hand _Wotrk ,a VL? Iii *I"t1, = ,i ads ' '<,, ' llI',1" . . ui i BOOT sAuD :SlieR?WAREHOUSE.I 3(E 1TON'E:.PARADE, 3ENTO?i, MAIN.ITREET, MORDI.ALLOC. B}OOTS?uisd 8HOES madle to- Jlr;r .D Repairs Neatly- iExecuted; Ready Made Boots and Soe. ,JDelow 'Mell,.urnO TRIAL RESPECTFUIY SOLICITED. Auctioneers d 11 rstat o gisl e I" sHIRe OF MOILNINGTON.. OROSK.ELL,, i:RITH1E° &' C0.:' (Of "'Mlbourn'i ,if Trank' ion)' ' Genei l.u X tione , Ho e etginimd$idtgeniS Ill 1.,N 0, W ILL hold Weekly S;esasisdertle ied HORSESI;dCATTt E . &:,S ALSO .AIND HOUJSESFURTNITURtE, &.. Sales .ou, IIby their Auctinoers:. THOMAS JEITCHIE & PH[LIP~ RE OUF Account Sales Pr'omptly Rend ered., All Co+mmunicationsfito .Head O.rce l FISH [AR . T,.MELBOURNE , T. ,-. DAYEY1 ESTATE conjucto.. with,., the.. prt..:" Incip is now prepa to" ralne Act. Sales .1 Land. Houses, Estates, Stock,.Furnritue,. ac., throughout the MorningtoaDmistrict ...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 18TH AUG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

B...r TEAMI b15 ; 1 , , : .,.i racg 1,fiflcres, ' forrj next week'-, ni'>-. 'XMoaYl'B TH' AUo.G Entries for Moonee Valley Trotting Races 26th . .- illl . .- i *r ?,iJL Entries for Bealiba Baces, 27th- Weights for-Victorian Club Races (Caul field),23rd. JTI!< .,. .1::L . .,' ', 0s .iO, , . I " Cranrno-f,--M b?I6,? :WaDns DAT, .20mAG. ... Moonee ValleyXeeting...;-., lIir. , ! .:: TavSDATn, 21sT AIo. Nil. . "(vJ 4tiDjy...NDi'A.. Ballarat Minoir' IiurClubl'B es'* SATUDA.T. 23D AG. Victorian;Clh Eace·s,Cnaulfioeld.'.. ; .:., I notice that in future Mr F. Dakin will do the handicapping for the Cranbourne Club, I do not know the reason of the change and whether,'Yit i,?or lebettir'or for worse.J have no desire, to pass judgement~ibu I know, it i universally acknowled-ed by 'iople' in' the racing world th the most important -factor in the success of racing is the manner, in which our'.handicappers :faithfully , dis-. charge their duties.by bringing all classes of horses togeth...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

FRUIT GROWI -VINDUSTRY , i·.. Xffi·i. . .' ' rder to find out some effectual means: of .preenting the_ va;ý f, tlhe Codin h?:aii'a' blifght anong fruit trees, practical trial of two steam fumigators was iiiadl . on:Friday, at:the. Royal.I'Horticultural Society's gardens,, mRiclimond. The trial was-made under the auspices of the' Agricultrirl De= partment, -and fr D. F. Martini:,rsF retary for anricultuire iwas present on elihlf of the Depiirtment. The first trial"wnas made with "a. lmachine, :iateinted by Messrs Lowe and :Parlik. and proved exceedingly effective.- The appar>tnl consists of i6tbahlallUbiler suppostedl-r tw ike4eik r ings oi they principle ofa slip's eompass, The iteam is forced into agenerator, iud-.as ia;pa, hugth pipe it atnres'twith1t" a".slhibf fi su1phor or whateve fth chemi?dl min?y .bi;n e a.s The noH leo tlof %ip" eomii?g out with' ~ i *orIle. iit gatu does ifts io iwdl. 'ITheinacliie 'tented by Messir' Williamnsin and' Tu?er, nruhmely, the botanical funn ...

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TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

Sain,--Permit me as one of the readers of your paper, to say a few in awýortJaltlWIB rn rwlfto?nigr' d~ t in bread. In the first place when there is a quanliti~f douh sometimes borrow from its neighbour, and in th i"eou4d place WV. , idhrtmht A does not deal.of a Baker at all, but rgets his bread' teiiid:nrdft&i~ ttbThb stores, who I am ij~or ?tedo t+i to make it full weight, b1ut he was too thd?-headed to accept-it.--And as bels will compare I favorably with t ?nmilkmen; a; agy. t1ty,inast.,,:i.~.ir ;, poisible for us ignorant mortalstCto ll whether they put 0lor:20 per..einftof straightarm in it, I do not say VW. Barnett does,~ (but ithey I· all.do lit).; We all know straightarm is a necessity on a milk farm, not oilyfor elehnlihess, but for other purposes as well. I dare say, put the bakerbis ~ d inifiirir i"?ii" bag together, and, shake hemup, th bakers would show thliir noses as quic as the milkmenf (lethimlwho is without, fault) throw the first stone. In con clusýin al...

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RED HILL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 16 August 1890

" i ! "RED HILL..... To THE EDITOR. S i'ii P ... Srn. --_a n+, est j'?jertas 1 etc- t1A man must be something in this colony, otherwise he's nowhere. Not being destined by nature for'anythig great, I never did shine and probably "?ever will... A man must h~aie qualification's to gain knowledge, especially if it :i' from. your "Flinders corresp6ndent"" 'ivbojbars the irresponsible, 'slaugliters thli anonymous, and' does, not -favour .theeafflicted of " cacoethes scribendi.?' 4It;ibhowever for the:edification of this proud knight of'the quill' that, I write, as in my humble opinion he was guilty in your last issue of making a st'atittical 9rror. Inn this wise; when he makes a compirison of the populk tion via centre survey and Bjttern to Flinders lines ? respectivelyi: ' On the 'latter he calculates, without fear of contradictioi' (hivih4.lýrfo f ) t#iit there are 500 inhabit~nt's, :doiibtles if thei includes allages and sex, I will agree, fith;im so far; but, when he states .therelar...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

SSLIIIE8' DIRICTORY .,, S MORNINGTON 'Meets in Mornington Shire Hall th: Saturday beforei feull "ioon. A' fDownwiird, 3.P1' ,CouVCILLdolis:: /. North Riding- T. D. ox,.C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding -H. H. Peddlo (Hastings), J. Sawyn r (Morningtba), T. Tlihrnell '-. :f, .-: (Somerville).'. : i? '", ' West! R]idiing-J. E. Adanis, A. Downward; J.P.. W. M. Irvine, J:P. (Mornington). SiSECLETAY AND r ENingOINFER: i 1 'E. 'Mob rs' (Mornington).

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. Froin Melbourne--9 a.m. and 3p.m. .... Froi Mofrnigigt:'n--9. a.m. and 1 p.m.' Froil Dronil aI-: . m.ii. ''' Fr?¢m Soimeorvill and lInastin gs -i'p '' Froih Cowes and S:in fi io-AMonday, SW lnesdii y ai.nd Frilay-1 p.m.

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

JEOBNINGTYN.:. (raoM Or n ow- CORRESPONDENT) An incidnt b?iinjgout myi reariks of lasnt week, with rrferdsce tt he wandering cattle within the station yird, occured on Monday afternoon, wheni the driver of the 3 38 p.m. train from Melbourne, was obliged, to, pull up his train about 200 yard. from the Mornington ;platform and l..et his firemian down to drive some cows out ofq the way that were |quietly feeding between the rails. Surel 'athisB state of, things is not to be tolerated, for sooner or later an accident must occur, _ a .eh.p . .. w.it u9 s e,-At ! ,$1. - T: he election of president on Monday last, by the Shire Council, was a close tie between :r Souter. and Cr Box, and was only won by the former gentleman by drawing: lots for the position, however it Is generally admittld that Cr Sounter will worthily fill the chair with credit to all. The many friends of Mr W. M. Irvine, are pleased to see him about again after his recent accident which has'cauied hiin considerable pain a...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

DROMCKA. (Feox oun owN CoaassroxIoZrr.) T.he Dromana Literary Association heldiani'Old Folks night" on Monday evening last in the Mechanics' Insti tute. The meeting took the form of a social. The membersof theassociation with the assistance of Misses Shields and R. Fowler, contributing songs, readings, recitations, &c., for the en tertainment of the old fogies. Un fortunately the weather was very un favourable, it being a very stormy night. During the interval refresh ments consisting of coffee, cakes, fruit &c., were handed round to the guests of the association. At the close a hearty vote of thanks was passed to Miss Gibson for her kindness in pre paring the eatables, &c. On Tuesday night a meeting in aid of Foreign Missions was held in the Wesleyan Church. The Rev F. Jolly occupied the chair. The Rev E. Bromilow and Mrs Bromilow, who were at the Fiji Islands for ten years, attended as a deputation from the "Wesleyan Conference. Stirring ad dresses and Piji...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

HASTINGS. (Faox OUR OWN CORBESPONDENT) °Siuc the, electioni we have resumed our ~~su'al- quiet. Seeing the rather narrow escape we have had of being unrepresented at the council board, it -behoves all ratepayers in our locality to make sure of having votes by, paying their rates in time, and not be "whipping the cat" on the day of the election, because they had been too indolent or neglectful to pay up. Perhaps it would have a salutary effect if we were to be unrepresented for two or three years. The return of Mr Peddle (notwithstanding the strenous efforts of the northern por tion of the Riding, has given general satisfaction. Mr McGurk's maidei effort was a creditable one, he was inmerely defeated not disgraced. A numerous contingent of the Hastings Battery accompanied by Lieut Watson and Segt Major Creaney left here by the first train on Saturday last, for the purpose of a day's rifle shooting at the WVilliamstown Butts. The day was showery, and anything but favorable for good sc...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

': , $.Sherl ,`1h.'ttle, A iJoyc, ?15riiini :Wilson, J. F. Wood. ,_Goods,.., L. . cott,:,.C. Wells 3i1 Johnston care of Fuller, .3r .'v?ey,. lMrr Shirlock GaWcoi?t' : "a 'o r .., : -." - - " -:! ' ?: . itiiradO of G (Cliiifnp my ictorian Ranugers, wis b blhteld; at Ohotlhianq this fternoon it thi?ee'o'hlc ' · .Tu conmi cert totc given in aid of the bhand- of theG-- Company, Victorian Rangers, at the Orderly roon?ni eiclten ?mu, will b?Tield od the11th Sipltlember, and not the 4th as.previouslv arranged. ... Ts..eOntracto-s^ nrýe-nilkiln goli .headway, wvith: the excavations for the new Yost -nd Telegrisphi.Diflees at Cheltenhlan.i f ? 5j

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

FLIND ERS. (FRoM oUn own CORREsPONDENT.) A public meeting is to be held this evening to consider a proposal for a deviation of a road through councillor And1rsoii'.ao back paddock, to lead up by way of Piddington's to the moun tain. It is hoped people will give this question their discriminating con sideration. The main road is in a fearful condition, and that should claim our attention first. I would recommend our councillors in the meantime to inspect the road from Boyd's to the Post Office. If there should' be iany money to spare, the Flinders ratepayers would be glad to have it spent in improving the eent troads ·i~ ~l

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EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

" r EPSOM IRACES. The Epsom BRacing.Clib's meeting, .which, after two postonement, was heldonThursday, wasi'ifred by glori ously fine weatherand,=bya I arge attendance of visitor;he bright siushiuny day was :it'enovelty as an experience at arsace.meeting at Epsoir, where the piilioteire~of the mneetings have, nearly ever since,, the course was started,, been nsigularly unfortunate:iin regard to the weather. Yesterday ij the beautiful"couiise' aild -itsaedrect appointfments were seen at \her liest, nad were duly appreciated Visitors.. had, another. reason: for feel. ilig pleased and this wiis in the sUcces8 in the majority. of the races of tlih horses which they made 'avorites. Thoe jprogramme was gone thiroiigh witlhout the slightes iunpleasantness. The results of the races were as follows : .--HUMIE&A, - .C Of 70' sove About one mile an a halt Mr J. Daviss b g'Lyrebird, byRedpath, 6yrs, 1Ostlb (Barbo1)-. 1 MrA. AL. J3ohnsoaj' .- hbi fnse.IF(le Hortense)i by l0st 101b (Maloi...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH FRANKSTON. PUBLIC MEETING ON BEHALF OF FOREIGN MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

WESLEYAN.CHUrCII, FlINS;KS.' PUBLIC MEEyTINGQON BEHALiFOFOP S i FOREIGN MISSIONS., * On;Monday eyeninf. last, the. above meeting was'helid -w nl there was a large gathering, and considerable in. terest was taken in the addresses delivered by the Rev-.E.TiBroniilow and Mrs Bromilow, who have spent Jo.:;yearsin; the mission fieldiki 6f th6 South Sea Islands. The chair was occupied by the Rev R. O--Cook, who after the usual devotional exrcises, read' the an-iual repiort by .which it was . shown that Victoria had con tributed £2470 18s; Nwv'Soith Wales £1971 ls 9d, Queensland £19915s4d, Tasmania -2410 11s 4d, South Aus tralia £717- 17s 2d, Western;~ustralil& £2 2s, iew Zealrad £52O U' Sd,'! Samoa £320, Fiji £4057 16s 7d, New Britan £157 3s 9ddontitnA £1l0 9ild making a total of £101, 0 16s 7d for the precedingyear. At th couclusi of the report Xr: aldB Mrs vBroir saug a hyn i the Fijia?iianguage aftr which r Bromilow addressed the mocting in the. interiisof lrigii. Missions. The...

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"FAS EST AB HOSTE DOCERI" [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

' AS EST AB HOSTE DOCERI Respectfully dedicated to " Objector' the poet Laureate of Dromaiia. In scanning o'er the " Standard " rhymns, This mornmng in the city, I read some must enchanting lines. Immensely wise and witty. Who would havethought.thatin our midst, Such genius e'er should be u; In dust I bow my humble head, Before "Objector's" pjrissology. *one tlfankfnlkl4 lirllly be, And also readers too; ohanva.thuta.kindand -elferor-?-~?"° My errors brought to view. . Oh; poor deludedaspirant, I( ) I've worked vatinly for the iiehtar I see the cause that I've no brains, :8So much-was glv~'i " Olijectr" " While I must wri horses Or about any other ganie, "Objector scorns all suc1Lh' stuff" r-f ?.t A And inohtrt'o;dIgbhest me?? "' Oh flower why blush so much unseen, When genius true is thine Arise freuthyiobscurity; ' 's' r Should England's poet Laureate Jeiniheaven'wshininglhost "' ? T ? % . If genius brings its own reward " Objector " should getthe.post, rx.t'i I hope he gets an in...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LOVER'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

ORIG!I4A. ,JOETRY. THE ER'S .TfI 'U ' How shall I fldthebf*ordsjo tell; '.?' 3 The love that surges in my. breast, Ind yet I feel she loves me well, ; ; But fear to put it to the test, Now if she lovIe, shb hidie it d?jp And chills me most, when most I~burn, Yetdoth the colour quickly-ereep . Into her cheok, until I yearn : . : To clasp her to my throbbing heart, And whisper all the truth to her, Should she not.love, then w, must part, Andso the task I till?]?fer, . Z " For I sum happy when we meet, Although I long to have my say, As "I advance she will retreat And turn the talk anpther way, ,}<g iii Last night I looked into her'eyes,{ And strove to read my fate arright But the pink haye of sunset skies, Ca~t lingering shades of rosy light. And made me doubting turn aside Not knowinu ifI relly?aw? . The blush of love the flush of prid Or skies reflection and no more, Are maiidens moitlycoy lik tie s''r^^ Is it a sign forgood or.ill),.,,. t,,. .÷? I've never dared to steal...

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FOOTBALL. FLINDERS V COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

* - . ...ow... ...... .. FLIDI)ERS V COWES..-.. - A match which !show's the'en6ce'ity of a country association on the met ropolitatn premiership., basis, Iif the) linterest in foofliall'betWven *tlilic 'clibs is to be maiitained,' iipiyi at Cowes on'Saturtlav,1'between Ciw? " and Flindrs., liners wa r6presen. ted bya very weak teamiof 17,-meni, mainy of then "colts " who wore ' playing, their maiden match;;while Cowes club, making every other.co 'sideration subservient to a "'win" had secured the servics of many of the beat players of Southi Gipf'iaind(' to the excliisidin f the locil'pl %'rsi who were on :the ground in costume ' prepared ;. to: play.. It hadbeen: arranged1:that.pl:ay Should..lgin.a;t 2.30., to enable the Flifider teams to return .by tlieGenesta having at 'five, b asthe Gip.slaidrst were late inarriving tie' contest didnot commence till 3.1 . 'Fromi the be ginmiui'the 'isuie was Itneyrinioubit the combination having it all their own iay, akicking- 7'"goals t'io nil ...

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