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SELECT POETRY. THE LOVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
SELECTa.EAff TRY. THE LOVE LETTER. Enchanted ! still thy form I view, Though forc'd, alas from thee to sever, My mind a mirror of thee true 'effeeti they image'constont ever. Shba'.. epaid my lf?c;thrills i At iihntion''1 ;.ylovd ouls name; Sweet one, responsive to the call, Still can I hope from thee the same ? Hope that the sympathy of Love May from heart to heart still rend, r And archful Cupid; precious dove, i Secure,with Hymen in the end, . ,o,.;. , Miingle our thoughts m;y food thou art, •punteously on thee'I sup, , oV, ; f, Though'behig"forced from thee to part' Mingle.sorrow in my cup. ; : , ; Infancy still Ihear~thy song... ,i ,? When wandering by the purling brook, Sauntering onthe path alongra,, T';:- i. i Or seated in the shady nook; A&idif; perchaince,thoushouldiprove false~ Some.new-flcdged love Lay Claim totthee, WithL broken heart throughout the world No resting place there'd be for me. 'Tis treason thus in my brea? ? st ?i . To harbour such foul thoughts of...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
HASTINGS. A much needed ,ittn e nt to the reading room is in mittee having decided to er? ' building: and also to erecta permanent Stage, arid repaint the woodwork' inside and outside. :essrs Denham -Bros. are the contractors for the job and are making fair headway with the work, which they expect to complete a t?iJea'tisfaci M of the works com cbmmiee riW1iu~t a fortnight from date, the .accoommodation _inside the koiiim a.s latelybeentotallyin?dequate to the increased population of our locality, ' I hear that it is: intenided ,by the defence departmpnt within three weeks to commence shell practice with the 40 po udere now'hbused id the gun shed lately erected, at loatioatng target moved out in the bay, the population in the neighborhood of the shed will, I fear, feel that the establishment of a glazier in our midst will be a necessity. The..Xastings Ba!ttey ugder the ?e fuiYndhpiins ing minstucti Lof gergean'i; or waeiiy, bid. faire'to he honorably mentioned at the next general en...
FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
The following is the Fish Market report for August26:--The supply comprised: Fish, 1,269 baskets; :cryfish, 401 dozen; oysters, 45 bags' ~fild fowls, 12) brace; rabbits, 4,955 pairs. Prices were as follows -Barracoutta, 6s to 7s Gd; uream, 5s to. 9s-\6d;.flathead~l3s to 7s; rock, 8s 6d3o 1128 6di &?fisli;p s to 14s; ludrick, 4s to 5s 6d; mullet, 4s to Ss; perch, 6s to Os; pike, 12s to 13s: pilchards Is 6d to 2s Od; salmon, Us to 8s; strangers 2sato 2s 6d; whiting, 15s 74 to 2Os Murray cod and'perch, 2d41d 111;! crayfish 7s ta 15s dozen; founders 12s to 15s do; smoked fish, 2s to 6s do; eels, 2d to 21 lb; oysters, 10s to, 60s bag ;,hares, Is ato 2s bric; rabbits, 2s to 9s 6d dozen ciuple.
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 26th August. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
LOCAL, MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuedsay, e6t 'Aunguist. Howard and Scoteport. :--Dairy cattle Medium'siipply of milkers and springers, Very,.few. good cows offering..with very. little, change in' prices. Milkers . from 6: .10s to '£8 10s; springers, £4 10s to £6 28 Gd; dry cows and young stdck.sold radily'at fullrates., Pigs': A small supply of porkers and very few baconers penned; the demand especially for: prime quality, wasv brisk at a slight advance on lateoquo titions.'. Baconers, light weights from 50s to'55s; 'orkers; best to 37s 6d; light and medium from 22sto 32s' 6d. There was a medium sulpply of'stores etc., best from 18s 6d to 22s' d; slips 1s to 16s6d;l Calves': -A'fai'num?ber f6irvard, very few vealers, which quitted. readily at late rates. ... . .,i ; They. have also sold privately on account of Mr"'P" O'Briea; ? teamo'ft'teiin bullockls, and gear atasatisfactory figure:! ',.'r.., .. , i. f.t ! uif-L : . ,
ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
.Tuesday26th,; was the day appointed for planting the streets with trees, the children had.high holiday, and all would have beei v'ery bright and ,-joyýd f6fhthef,: .but for the .weather which was unfavorable, being wet and cold, and a start -was not made until '?te ihicthe forenoon, when.the, first ree wapanted oppopitifoir. Yoiung's Pier Hotel, there' was no lack of assistance, many of the leading towns peoplebeingreadyand itll torend r any hep i r tred; the, rees were planted altornately 'b-'boys :and girls all through the streets, and the childreni were geneially a doze ? de 'at .each tree guard an? quite trite", nto`'the 'spirit of it;, after aibouta.hdiiiiredilrie had' been set' the riabinu ieeanie eo hiavy that it was thought'beit to discontinue lanting .for; that ;das;o tiheyoung sters were dispersedt4o'their homes or they were, ? ?:ied;lh itnt i l "ar biuns;'ordiies lollies? nuts anid"'other .good, tnbigs pe'idai? ;o.youngsters, aeigtaA oiu ti~tiuxe Cr.. welt.L;B~ arrived o...
HEADS AND FACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
HEADS AND FACES. On Thursday evening last the above lecture was delierPi l-iinthe Temper ance Hall, by Mr T. H. Spencer. 3Mr S. Sherlock occupied the chalir. The attendance at the begiming of tlid nieetiingwas smal inbut easei ditith lecture progressid.' The lecturer handled.the subject in a way that: a*! both iiiteresting and instructive to his hearers., He also gave soame: very vafiiable hihter a@4 a altl;bthing 'etc. v Mr Spencer iasiu that in oirer to make the lecture more interesting he would, read, the. heads of six or seven of thos'epresent iftthey would come on the platform. After a little delay several found their way to the froint. The lecturer then gave a public 'eading o6?`each 'onb' char acter, which caused, in most cases, roars of laughter. At the conelusion of the lecture a collection was taken up to defray expei?ses, 'aft4' which Mhr Spgncer said he was sorry there *iial h ot` bettef 1i ttWif aies' ttlA subject was one that all should have a knowledge of, and that lh...
MOORABBIN. Meet in the Shire Hall, South Brighton, first Monday in each month. PRESIDENT: W. G. Burgess, J.P. COUNCILLORS: [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
MOORABBIN. ;! sMeet in the ShiresHall, South Brighton. ' acfirst Monday in each month. 3?u :?i? S,,. VW. G. Burgess, J.P. -, COUNCILLO35:iIEI;t.iJ hý""J , · North Riding--W. G. Burgess, Hon T. Bent; F: Holilier.^ : r.f, Scuth Riding-- C. J.' Potts ; W. Lamb Smith, E. L. Vale. Eas't 'Riding-- D. McSwaian IR. Mills, :iF. . I ILoPage.-.1t , r. :, , West Riding -J. J Daly, ,D., Abbot. E. SBarnett. Secretary'-4oliih1e
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE EIGHT HOURS SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
tNULISH TELERAIMS. ;(PrM.'the XMeUboure Papers.) n -- Aug. 25. shire;mss . 20,002..miners . were pe ttIn aresolution was carried d ad'o;the option of the eighl -Sereehrge. meetings. hpe: also been held m other districts, at which re~iblrtibn3 ýto' thd~"nsahe effect? were "THEES BBR8NWICK ;MUNICIPAL a-e'3.: c anu,:In,4AN.: .. ' -?u ,oi'd .dC':.> ,: .:?g. 26: -i.?a I i ? a.? e .per,cenatiloan ottt44,00O issued by the municipality o ru6tstx&'iVietods¶':were 'opened t y," the lninmi fi?i' ? ng.ig?been' Th.e los 4piapplied forthreefold,. ain the !aeisgeprice obtained will be abbut £10I55sZ :-t",: ??" THBnrWAR IN iCENTRAL ?AMERICA. . Aug 25. :, Tlie t bles among the Central A~mericarr. republics.are now:ina lfair way:;of rsettlement: Guateinalyv has siged treaty of .peace with Salvador "PfE I ,ATROCITIES "IN: ARMENIA. .t ," a so , ;.- .. . Aug ;:25.i. :.T:lihS:htn.?a. length yalied to tlhe strong representations made;; to hin by theo powers,"aund.has banished Moiss?i?Bey, the'K...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at Dromana the last Saturday in each month. PRESIDENT: A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILLORS: [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
*"jq E$AD NG$1N} i r ý dleets at Drolvan.i the list Saturday in` S each month. .f COUNCIILOEIS? East ng-DMiis73JP., A. Down ward, J.P.,-R. Stanley. Centre Riding-'- --. ~Baldry, J.- C. West Griif-ths P Brown. . West n i- t ? e , R. Aiderson, ' ? '}.'? ?J.P.), .Caini)&P. :t0 ,.mn, , S.,,., ,PeterNowlan.,.x,, TEEAsuRER: T. B. Mantz.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
AN-INTERESTII " LETTER SPECIALIST. DEL, JAMIES-D. LLEWELLYN, wh Y duly. Qualtifed'and iteistered -btyrheb Medelal Boards of Victoria.and oen"South alles, I aware that by departing from the usual routine of praeties and devoting himself exclusively to a special brnsh, hiech he.ha done lor some time, tiet not strictly following the paths' of jproleolonal etiquette; utas moonbdebm e-body ol.the p rofesion esyll disp?oitdto ald:'doldlalonoflrOm.ailyone..f their number who acquires popularity in the treatment of certain aiments and is really a Medical Speciflh h does not hesitato to resort to what he coniders lritimi r meants for thle purposeof disarmtgeynlcal r tictain and of engaging as far ase is able the con. denc of the public. It is assuredly better to meek' assistance from the qualified practitionerin preferene tothequack. .. , f : The tre desgnation of quackery belongs to those shamelmo adventurers who, without-a particle of mediml knowledgeora tittle of claimtoethe humblest depa...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 30th AUGUST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
0 71 ii i Ni 4.9 " i V I -I t "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY .,C K0 (?J, t Wo c Y , 30th AUBOST, 1890. . ,;1 . 4.';Ji 1? ' s i TiL preseiit strike whichowes its origin to a dispute between. the shipping, frater nity aid its officers, is now btcoming of alarming :proportions.; . According,,,to present appearances there is no telling where the'disp~ite will end, and wvithout doubt it promises to be one of the most serious of its kind that has yet been xphriirfced in these colonies:-. Allwill admit, iholnave thouglht se6ri Asly onthe subject of strikes, that these frequent disputes ;"between,. "mp'iyeir - aund em ployees are of too common occurrence, and it is to be sincerely :hoped that ere long our legislators intheir wisdom will take the nimtter'in hand afnd pass such laws, that.will enable disputes .of this kind to be settled withplit resorting ton practice that causes such misery and annoyance-to all. During the last few years, the number of strikes! have been...
THE SPEED OF ANIMALS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
-A9 rirt2ter ? .?r':9cae.r Ob r says t ?tthe'as r di ?- wasps and bees with rose-colored powder, alis hihY found that thus handicapped they could with ease keep up with the fastest trains when. speeding down "Shap Summit," the steepest gradient n'A" the' ,couin'y, 'or. h these". eatikeiea'Tonig in the i?ulih f-ir' cau~idd by the train. They would come in and put of.the wjundow, sometimes dis fpa"r gi f -si re more, but frequently returning agaiim and again. At distances of from five to ten miles they dropped behind when others took 3herIplaace. Pettigrew states that the mare of the silkworm moth travels at the rate 100 miles a day. The speed of flight attained by pigeons is well known, and at the time the French were making trials--ivithýmnesenger~ swallows the German Emperor ordered rextduivcq?:y perim'entset ne becarried out with carrier-pigeons, to be tested ,at/the; coming Imperial manemuvres. UTpoi thii six of the first Columbrian ocieties-oftr Gerifm?niy' eaci offered' tt bipj...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
Constable .oore esiregsuL tointimes that he will take proceedings against the owners of cattle found wandering in the streets. of; Fraskston fronsthis date. 1 The contractor for the extensidon'o te pier at Frankston,. is making satisfactory. progress, 'thle rhiimiry, iapliancs a in position, andastart will be made in driving the piles during the comingrweek: An Enkli& todite,'lhile staying 'it hotel in the north of Scotland, was in the habit of driving out alone in a dogcart to the'`.vrioth places:of interist inithe; viin-; ity. One afternoon he was on hisway,top Ci particular place some miles distanit, and, not being perfectly sure of the way, he in quired of an old woman who was trudging along the same direction as he was pro ceeng.lih?n e? -living-eitplaairnd the rvd, which was rather an intricate one, she finished by remarking that she was going that way herself, and she, cebtd easily point it out to him. 'V.Piry hel.siaid the tourist, laughing. "Ju in :here. Better bad ...
CAPPING THE CLIMAX. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
Lock?e is a person of principle and probity. He is a man whoYT?aen'' deavored to tell the truth and shame the old gentl?ini i . st evises the subterranean(T;p.?d$ st e. sBut in passing through this" vale of tears a man may be placed ii:'~ciiiMsti?nces' where a little deviationfrom-the path: of moral rectitude may .l~,ex.useuHd. After all, for what was ivelloition given us, if not to make pý.of(5oeimiial|l? Lockiehnasrelatione iohav ' rspered in ,jn .a and who receptly visitcd Y.aullee n'nIliii ltilI gullt a. - averous persons, wifli leillkef?a t-ri foprg re ciui ir whichqmrtoqk of that omict9lo oriracte;, istic of graet[ wavks. ?Ur BmI kumi wished t'"a tle -?one? 'of-the-&lt;id t of` Glasgow, aid. JL ki6 3isenited! tki. accept the office of guide..Onl.their: atPtnricklthey, ?d d"d'~~e West End Park " Jee-rusalei "' cxclaimed the transatlantic visitor.. ~CaD.this 4 pa ?? Whiy my friend'f ever you skeet across to our side of-tlit brine, you'll;find little garden plots. in,fron...
THE WONDERFUL VEGETATION OF CAFRIOA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
TILE WONDERFUL VEG ETA Gigantic trees, rinsng to a heigh1iof two or three hundred feet and evei' mnore, tower over this sea of everlasting foliage like giants of the forest, ready the tranquility of their domain. Under' these enormous trees other trees of less size grow, under these again ithers still smaller, of all sizes u d shapes, and finally a thick jungle. r\That a jungl it is! Often the, eye tries in v pei fip- 'tiy un itiven i yard or two. fiais,'like gigantic sinakes, stretch in profusion from tree to tree, and twine themselves round the stems, or hang from their branches; thorny creepers, malacca like canes, ivith their hook-like thorns resting on theo edgegf)tfhe?-leaves grass wt edges as sharp as razor g o your clothes, or cut deep into the flesh tif they chance to touchne any exposed parts _rnt.tinon ,,pinapples.run wild-are Peen by the ten thousand-or aloesi wvhile po the bark of trees hang in iarcge festtons[ypstj es ofbrihids. Trees covered with 'flowers, ofte of a b...
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
(opM ouR O i JpBREBPONDENT.) The meeting re deviation of a road to Piddington's was rather disappoint ing as very little information conuld be gikenfonetloe subjet. r&o proposal,; or scheme, does not appear to have been snflciently' matured to bring before the ratepayers. Opposition appeared to arise from an idea that a portion of the old road was to be cut off as an equivalent for the new ane;,but no?inmgiefimtse was.onpus ko. ard. After a good deal of dis ucii~i~ a motion in favor of a deviation was carried by 21 to 18 but pj h intgdF out that several who NpNo..P. has yet been appointed for Syiler and , - !pro lh-i actiion will d taken to again to bring -a n e_ under-tnoee- o pin;ister of Justice.
MRS. H. M. STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
MRS. H. M:ISTAS LEYr; , 4oubli i?erget attached-to the cenemony vnieb tool; place i West minster Abbey on July 12th, the marriage :ofMr: H. :M. Stanley,-the African :explorer,::to; Miss, Dorothy Tennant. It is unnecessary..to. say; anything of the fame of the bridegroom. Has it not been written in countless records during the past 20 yeara But the brid; 'too, hias won celebrity though in an entirely different' .eld. Miss Dbrothy Teiinant is the daughter of the late Mr Charles Tenjint, of Cadoxton, Neath, and Richniid terrace, Whitehall, formerly M.P.'for St. Albans; anid:on h?iniothees: ýide. claims descent from no less a personage than Oliverr :Cromwell. Like her photographs gained so much admiration at the last rlyal oci?gty soiree, Miss Tennant .eoarltideld vd6??'jstictns She studidi at tl?i lade-'School aiid' under M. Henner in Paris, and has for some years been a prominent exhibitor at the Royal Academy, Grosvenor, and New Galleries. Her tall figure and open counten'iit'c:"are ...
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.] "A MARE'S NEST." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
e e are alwys rady to publish cortbespondene nwttgi ofinttssttbt do t oth lur ey r eretanbe for the opnions eep a bo S .d;iTo,r E . ji .:*. '"t oin,-In lI iletter -signed " One Who AbhbeCriitti ,6 itet riaou laotis o, the allusions are so pointed that there can be no.aou clt ,thewrni hadne in his "mi6d' seye?'.hilehe was pen ning the masterly effusion. I will only deal wititlb'"iiemgisfcontmued therein sos as effect-yse and for himself, should-he- desire to do so. The.:;profession: of.,"' Schoqimastir *'', is I believe an honoraule pne,tafdn;i8 my. opinion it is is better to own £1300 wo;tht1,~land, (all- mderiiter, 4than none at ';ll:Wi h ' respect ot'ie other odtting," but''rih doni "ih'ts of yor correspondent, " the cap does no t --'-as- Iave neewrifteni a to your paper, to the Dandenoni Ad oertij ?0f t aheleterl· :ignid"btoar. which my full name has not appeared,. and I tru?t.yur. correspond ent illo hab" thi mwh'iresei to-dpplbgrseý,Jlr if not, that he will-at least clear him s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890
D EAF FORTY. YE'ATR:8. Tho, description;,of, a simwplo remedy,; by which a comapleteice',r of deafness and noises inahe head ,of sTj TKArs STANDINo hn 8 just been eleeted;' wil l n~' sent nrae 'to anyone who applies to i- " :: J. H. -NICHOLSON, ,.4::l,~i p6iýý1E ;E2,4ileuYgýý1 l; Is A CERTAI.N CURUg INDIGESTION, LIVEI' nl Ei DISORDERS, DEBILITY, GOUT, lEAD TESTIMONIAl!1t lil.l.l . ACT. AS A VALUABLE APERIENT andi TONIC" In onjunction with the DiniNtioO Dunstone's Oompond Esence of Dande liboi'aiidLiie l iie'sold .at;5i. and * respectively, by aU Ohemit. f, o-':orEltio i 11ii!es. t. - il : jORN.I[NGtTeONIrEL'ExE CTI'ON? •truilil: EAsST IRDitNGyfiwa .,:er( Ladies and Gentlemen- :il I desire to thank you very sincerely for th hue g wlrowy nprgndna ssr e enirm;pon me Iy re-ielcting ime as your representa tive for te above.Ridin~in the Shire of. The duties of uny office shall receive careful attention; -and Iltrust- that.;iy futuro effotto'a? Cuisneillorwiýl be aitthnied vith satisfactor...