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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

S1ENVTIPf IC U N. NOE .8 A novel scientific use fortlie: diving dress has been found. i Dr. Foleuses in by watching for marine life at moderate depths and for collecting purposes." After the first plunge has been made the dress is not at all disagreeable, but a quarter of an hour ata time is enough for him. The collections he made were unexpectedly good as the object had not been mangled by trawhng. After the first few yards down all tho light is blue, even red objects losing their inatural color. He found it im possible to walk upright on the bottom, and had to lean forward at an angle of 45 degrees, a position rather favorable for observing. There is no fear of falling down, and it is even difflicult to throw one's self down. The charm of obscrv ing, the hving things in their natural habitat is suflicient reward to the naturalist for the trouble he takes. A new method of cleaning boiler tubes is well spoken of." Instead, of using scrapers or sweepeCrs;'a ijet of steam is sent thro...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

To THU Enrroa Sin,-will you kinidly publish thui in reply to Hookey Walker. When I put the question re light--weight in bread, I did so without malice or ill intent, but for the interest of myself and many others, there has been many complaints made and no notice taken of them until made public through the press, then Hookey Walker comes in with his beautiful scripture and gets mixed up and says sometimes the loaves will borrow from its neighbour, if that is so, some one has had a lot for which I have paid for. With reference to second hand bread, I got 3 small loaves from the store on Monday last the 18th, only 8 ounces short, and the storekeeper gave me the balance for the first time, and I was not too thick headed to accept it. Hookey my friend when your boss tells you to g:ie good weight, it is your duty to do so, for the sake of his business, and yourself. Now dear Hookey as for myself I am not a saint, neither do I go about the streets preaching honesty, but when you can bring...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

M 0 :OORABBIN.: . i. "Meet in thleShire: Hill, ,Sonth Brs1,hton ir it Monday in echli ?ioth G!.. Bur ges ,"',. ! r . "_ North lRiding-- . G., Burges-? On, T. i Boiitt F.' ollier. Scuth Riding-= C.-J."? tti-" W. Lamb Smith, E. L. Vale. East Riding- D. McSwaina, R: Mills, F. LePage: Wes tRiding -J. J. Daly, D. Abbot, E. . e Barnett. ' .1 i ISecretary-John.Ke s. '. I"

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY It appears that strawberry. growing: for market is becoming an unprofitable business in England- Growers near London force strawberries in pots so as to have them ripe before those out of dorrs, and in t heey. .a'ir ;ip: f:,th season, the month of May, or Uperl.; ift now an?.enorj s quantit ' is grown 'out of;idoore_ in [mpsy wich ripen before those grown ot -of doorsiin the ieighbo~ir hood of London.;,i Of ?course the endeavour of the Hampshire growersis to have them in the market as early as possible, and owing to the difference in climate they are sent to Covent Gardea .Jfor. the forced fruit is finished, and bring down the price to a very low figure. They have, indeed, overdone the business. On .4tK?June, strawbierdesi (forced) "brougiihts. per lb., then came the hot dans_.ej, th w thirddaiy the~pirlCedrop~ed to 3s., but on 18th July the Hampshire fruit only made 9d. per lb. for the best samples, whilst many were sold at 5Gd...peA.lb.. .Bonsuses to the ext...

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

I,,, I FINDERS :AND:AJNGERONG. Mciets at Dromana. ithe ;last Satutrday in ,: each month. -PRESIDENT i i A. ;Downward; J:l..i ! r' COUNCILLORS I": ' "; / ;I East Riding--D.: Mairs, J.P., wn .-.d, J.P.,. R. Stanly. Centre Riding- ' Baldr C. r . Grifliths, W. Brow=n. West Riding-W. Patterson;:R.i Anderson, J.P., J.Cain, J.P. : ; ,. . . SEcRETAISY: Peter Nowlan. TREASURER: T., B. Muntz. 'I'

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

W ~U~') ztVI-I a :a .vim .,. - "GENERAL POST. OFIOCE: IsAILS CLOSE jAT ThANKSTON- AS UNUXDER"V For. Mlbourne-45 ' in1.m.-i noon 5:20 p.mi. - !Fr uro nington-!1un-!r.`'jrti. `2.13 p iu. For Droiann- --9.25 nn. }" :; r i ;.: I!T) Ci For Sonnhrvllo-9.25 a.m., ý.r ,; c For Cowes 'aifld Sixi'XEn'odTnesViy Thursdlynind- S;tnday.251i.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

AN INTERESTING . LETTER .:5 als ws:ow - SPECIALIST. D -a JAbreS i." Lt WELLT\ei , who I - dao L Qnalified and tietietered by the Medlsl Heads of Victoriaand: New South Wales, Is awae that by departing from the usuol routine of ppraactice and devoting hrnself exelus ely to r eul brhnh,.waich he ham done for some time. he o not strictly following the paths'of profe?Ional etiquoe?: but, as a considerable body of thoe profeion.anr stIl dispoeld to stand coldy aloof from anyone of their nomber who acquires popularity in the treatisst'of certain allments and is really a Mediial Speelalist,be does not hesitate to resort to what hs considers letiimsaE means for the purposeol disarminae cyncil crticis, afnd of engaging as far at he is able the con. drence of the public. It is assuredly better to seek ssuislanea rom the qualifed nractitionerln preferone to thake quac Ier tine delgnatlbno moquackery belongs to there shameless adventurers who, witheent.a partiele. ol medial:ltownledge or i titt...

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OUR ADVERTISERS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

OUR" ADVERTISERS' SDUIECTORY. A?vc?.son. &,SETAT F osins, :. :. " ZBeollii J., PointNeparn rd, Mornington Croiaskell, Bitchie & Co; Framkstdln 9-'" Davoy T H. Frankston Foz'C. ..&Co4 Bays t, FranksatonhvcI BAKERS Box- J. D., Bay.st, F'rankston' : A., Masina atsrMordbialute .: .f' llliress A., .Hastingsn!; ..a .:: : $' Alston'W:W,li st; t: Mbrniinton Cneoron J. Bay at. Framnkston. "-aaiblo II., ,yýao? t; Fiaankato?lt. I?, Oc~tndon P., Cheltenham:: Hawko G, SoutlI1 Balghtoiaa4.."ii< G~asl~elW..Soth Brighton?.?'""- x,"" OOrTAKERA s. Corey T., Mentone Plarade Mealtoup Moffat & Dahiitub'Bay st;i FIanklsoiato "Reylolda A..Co.,Pliyie sal.Friankatoii BRICKHAKER- . w Glew & Hillraploa a "Cooipe J.3 & H.,;B LBay atFrankston. CAERaERI CRHEMISTS--I, '?ta? :l{rngf. u 4' i,, V'f" Maxwsellt WMentone u't"I LonuoLe, BHOiI ttlelboauoe "ami Morris. S.: W .& Co:a Chapel -street` The Coleniti Ba:k ai Af itral's :: i. 1 Inilton aid Moniin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

jOE AF FOR'TY YEAEII. Thle deacriptionq, ot n yiu;P~re r qelf:,-JJ :which ri'iitlefeictre'of dlcfiiess aitiiifOiris in ths haod of roRTTici giTE in a4:lhab just, been effecitedý will ~Jvepenl F s jto avono whlionppli'es ' - . is (;t j+ t&M Hk c ?1IUM&Qb i 'i 1 i 1,t4 ýt~i~irtý[ ltpllii'lýalLiýQ~iLý.E IS A CERTAIN CURE 0oa INDIGESTION, LIYER:,ud KIDNEY IISORDERS, DEBILITY, GOUT, { " ;; RHEUMATISM ·&o. SEAD TESTIMOIIAIS WRAPPED WITH EACH BOTILE.. ACT AS A VALUABLE APERIENT.. and TONIC' I cQnjsdti c withthe DA;DELION Dunstone's Oompound Essence of Dande lion and Liver Pills, are sold at nm. and 1~ . respectively, by all Ohemists. LOST.-Oi' Tuesday, near Mentone Station, a small Brown, Paper Parceled)" child' clothing). Finder please leave at M?ns KELLY'S. t L MORNIN GTON.. " 7 -,..' i0/ KaintSt let " ' *@' DAY; at 3 o'clock, by order of Mr Nolan, as agent for the vendor.. .. HOUSEHOLDEURENITURE L J J. AND EFFECTS: -Without Reserve C. . . Fox, Aucetionetr;. Frank...

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A NIGHT AT THE SHEARERS' REST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

-A--NIGHT:AT:THESHEARERS REST4. ? n'TT Let us. haye arlooknto..tle.bar'.iof the Rest this evennig. Besides the landlord there are seven men there-., two teamsters camped on the track close by, two rouseabout hands i.id a boundary-rider -lately paid of.:ifat the neighboring station, the groom who looks .after the mail horses'(for the Rest is a changing-place), and- a prospector who has casually dropped in from his claim. All are more or less intoxicated; Bill, the- boundary rider, with whose bad luck the land lord was sympathising just now, being about .the.most inebriated of th-: lot. .BilJie xseri iee bftlhe Rest-i? briely as follows:-He has been boundaty riding on the station 20 miles away, arid with a horse of his own, and a £50 cheque, two years' savings, is on hims way to Melbourne to see his .friends. jWhen he 'left the statioii he vwas cauti6nd'agltinit TO'Reilly's,' but o. no purpose. He felt bound to have a :look in en passant and take just orie drink. \Thefi le diiWFd repg...

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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 — 23 August 1890

CORBRESPOJDEKCE. ] W are always ready to publish correspedec?' on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondaents.-ED. .?.1 To rae EDrros. Sir,-As myself and other people here take great interest in railway matters, and closely scan .the l.Mna ington Standard for the latest eiws, I would take it as a favor to be per mitted to say a few words in reference to "Objector the obtrusive Scribe's" letter in your last paper. The latin looks very formidable, and- is- presum ably most convincing, but alas; for my poor neglected education it sorely puzzles me, as it, no doubt, does ninety nine per cent of us simple country folks. It is evident the. schoolmaster is abroad again. I am sorry for my own edification, the English language and literature should not suffice for the expression of his comprehensive views. I was certainly amused at the borrowed plumes, and the pretended 'address " Red Hill," why not have boldly given "Shoreham,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

Every oneOut to Insure Against Fire::, THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUITRALSIA, : HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: THoxAs Mo?rnar, Esq., J:P., Chairman. G.i D Carra, EsQ., M.P. Tees. AIsrox, Esq.;J.P. ice-Chliir : I 'R. G. BENsoN; Esq. J.P/l MarTTLw LAxa, Esq., J.P. (Mayor of .,. o-C.J.EA, .L.C.... - - LOVEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. S iis'and asGiwExapsai ionesCovered Without Extra Charge. Agent for Fraistoi-NMnK Bnonr. iecretary. Agent for Mrsinggton--T. O. TpBEA. SProfessional., EcABD.J SA.'HI STURDEE;'7 I (Successor to;DR. ATrss.) May be Consulted Daily at his Residence, B. A. STREET, S-rA IN-K'S T O"t. (He May also be,Consulted, at. "HASTINGS ...... At Mr. Cooper's Royal Hotel every Wednesday .between; 11, and .12.noon., s" 'a'sb kt r SOMERVILLE" Every"Monday, between 2 and 4 p.m., at the residence of Ma. THos. THORNELL. HOURS AT HOME, (DAILY) : Dr. tSCANTIEBltRY 9 To 11 A.x. 6 to 8 P.M. May be consulted at: his, residence, Point Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

J. REYNOLDSr& & ,;: PRACTICAL ,Ia.O.O"TMAKE BRS' e Prarwa Srasaw, FrIK5s0Nx' .And at Sowx~irvu-JL tiI-! .,: LARGE and 1 aried Stock : Ladi es? and Gentlemen a Boeta .aidr Shoes' always'on hand: . ... ,. r .r . - ,". beta of all`scptonsnmde to Older Fit: Guaranteedl: ,. ",.1 .' and Seown Work; A Sreialty. eal ' Neatly' Eieutd' i .. '; M.LBOURNE., PRI.CES. BOOT AND SHOE .WAREHOUSE:: T. ,o:RY," MENTONE PARADEAENTONE, MAIN-STREI E, MORDIALLOCi, BooTs and: SHObES':nide"i' to :idiir;i Repidiri' Na?tlr-'Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes.. el.,.Mel~h urne orices ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Anetioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE : OF t MORNINGTONh ; ri CROSKELL; -'RITCIHIE '& C0, (Of Melbourne and Fran tston General ,Ahetiones?,:Honse. , -"j-aIndl Iand Ageiite, - I II Lhold Weeklv Sales' ts dviertised HOESES," CATTLE, 'SL.; ALSO" LAND :HoUSES ?'F' ?NIT'URE:",: .c' BSals Conducted by their?Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE&PHILIP RENOUF, Account -Sales Promptly R...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

N/.` °TEM8 OF HRWS kowe considerable time Somerville beenfinakiz rapidn advancement and p t ave been visible on ands`Te Colonial Bank of Austra i impressed with the importance of the growing of the place, have decided to open an agency in connection with the branch bank at Frankston. It will be open for business every Fgidarka ,com-rn 'dnaingontel 29th'inst.,and will besno doubt a gret ccnveiience to' the° neigh borhood and should be largely patronised. ie, are. requested to draw attention to the fact, that Mr C. J. Fox ef Frankston, .il sell,.by.public.auction.to-day at three o'clock, Main atreet, Mornington, a quan tity ~of household furniture and effects, and('also a larg stock of ironmongery. Particulars of which may be seen in our advertising eolum.- - We understand that a dressmaking establishment will shortly be opened at Frankston, in connection with the drapery business of Mr T. Ritchie. The manage ment will be entrusted to Miss Germain. We are glad to' see that the footpat...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 23rd AUGUST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED VERY' SATIURDAY MORNING. oa3r AUUT, 1890.. THE strike that' owes its: oriin to the shipping fraternity, has once more drawn attention to the coal iresources of the colony. During the. discussion in the House on Tue ay. last, more than one honorable member asserted that lie consideredtl the present "ship= ping strike, as- an important fiactor in the future developement of ::the coal resources of the colony .W-Vhen a strike occuredt at the Ne\castle mines and fuel rose in price;,attention was drawn to the coal fields of -Victoria lying untouched, with the result thi' t private enterprise undertook to ascer tain whether -'thlie ;seai?s~liowiI,~to exist .were.-payable,--with-the-result that the owners of the mines declare that they would bewawell'w orth the money expended on them if they had facilities for bringing the, ful,. to iiaiket. To showt"hatith'ee aasertions are not without foundation, honorable members pointed out the anomaly that whilst io...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

[Br EARLr BIRD.] -MoxoAr, 25Ts AUGe. eppt . Weights for ElsternWick Park meeting ?i[ctnee Va11cV. ..ro.g ,races:...-.. :,,i Seoiod fifeit fidoCauilleld .up.. Gehnerl , den(try;in. and., .P,- tanoot _ce :; for 7Ih r'I '. WzrDNZssiA,.27'rAu o.• Mooneo Valley (monthly meeting). Bealiba :ineotinai - ' -S'.tlr .re iFlTainiL.A. , "28svt AUi.': Smeaton Amaicur Turf Club races',, .4.ycNisi -~t ca ?d: : . $ SlTiATnii'3 ·'0i IA :. Elsternwiick'Park races.'" Ilsave occasionallscattered li es. of doggol g or.,stirrp jingles through my sporting notes, but I have not knelt to the goddess of the high. born -art of poetry. Neitiher lie' I had any.fond sickly thirst for fame, I knowr ightwell that discordant niahieis iave appeared in print a-d I may have ben guilty. of mistakes, at the same time 'the " printers devil" or "'type -etter,'! has sadly altered what I did write, and in several instances sense, sound, and everything else, has been sacrificed to his vagaries. I am, however, pleased to find ...

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

ORVNINGTON 8HIRE COU? SIL. A'meeting of tle above was held on Monday, August 18thi Pre=ht :-Crs Downward, Adams, Peddle, Thornhill, 'Sayer,,Souter ;'Fox zand Box. ? 4. i j On thesmotio? o. of, Cr Peddll,- ?Ci Downyward was voted to the chair. Moved by Cr Diownad; s eniide'd by Cr Box that the president's allowance, for the ensuing year be £20. ' Carried. ELECTION OF:PRESIDENT. Moved by Cr Fox, seconded by Cr Adams that Gr Soutee be. the president., An amendment moved by Cr-.'Down ward, seconded by Cr Sawyer that Cr B6x be the president. Cr.: Fox ,took' -occasion to remind: councillors. that.: an: implied promise had been made' to. Cr Souter last year that;.,in.: view.:of,- the chair going to the. West riding. then on account of the.opening of the Morning ton Railway it should be at the North riding's disposal this year; that Cr Souter.w4as:thieseior miienmber rwas in every way capable, and that.Cr Box had recently been presidenit: F or li??imend iiient Crs Downwanrd, Sawyer, and Tho...

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POWER THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 August 1890

POWER THE BUSHRANGER. On one occasion when making his way across country, Harry Power lost his reckoning, and learned about noon that he was evidently bushed and very hungry. Some sheep were feeding a a little distance away, and riding across he shot a young wether, and cutting a chop from the quivering carcase, made a fire and grilled it. With a few Johnny cakes from his saddle bag, and a drink of water, he proposed to make a comfortable lunch when he was interrupted by a couple of men who rode up. "Did you kill that sheep?" asked one of them. "Yes,     sir," said Power humbly, "I lost my way and was hungry, so I killed the sheep. But I'll pay for it." Oh, that won't do me," remarked the visitor "I want you to know that I am overseer of this station, and a magis- trate. I intend to make an example of you, so saddle up and come in with   me." Now this did not quite suit the outlaw who had no present wish to visit any settlement, so he made a se...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT: A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILLORS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

1o'?6oi :...... I SHIRES' DIRECTORY.: MORNINGTON. Meets) ?.iW.Morninftton Shiret.Hall- the Saturday before full moon. - ]IPREBSDENT : -. ,. . S A.Dowinward,J.IP.' i .,t -¢1.11 j,"' <?x-COV cxxxiLZ .,-',,.--- .,.? North Ridini-7.'D: BSx, C.` Soiitb'3.t, . and C. J. ;Fox (Frankston). East Riding-Il. HI. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, SJ.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY ANRD ENOINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. From Melboirne-9 aim. and 3 m.. I i?, /. From 1Iornington-9. a.m. and. 1 p.m. Froln Droemana- . a.m. FronCSo2iderville ind Hastings-1 p.n. Fr6ni Cown es zind Siin mii o oMonday W idnesdiy and Friday-1 p.ni. ' ,I 1"

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