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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

Every one Ou5hit tof nuie Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMP BEAD ICEE - - Cora ý OLthXN Ik i STREETS, MELBOURNE. TEOMAS MounaRAT, Ep!}P., Chairman. G. D. CaTEaR, Ea;;1M.Pr Taos:ALsToN, EmQ.,3J.P., Vice.ChairLTal. i $ _G._ BENSoN, EsQ., J.P. KATTEUW LAxN, EsQ.. 3.1. (Mayor of I Melbon rR $olzr i C. J t Hsi M.L.C. '0 `L' / 9Ti `r WSýR~ AE 3F' 'PRE? TUMk. 'Buseasvla'pndiGa4ExplosionalCovered Wli htExtra Fiarge. - W~ILt tM 'MPCRBEDIE, :;11 3(? 2it i~'rs (I1 -t .iIi lý:.I Sec ___ Agent for...k'raxnikaton.-MARnK B y ,2Bfdb. M AJ3Tci'I Jiif Agent for`Mo+n Agtor-i. E. WORRELL. . . 'i 'Profetsional: ',"- , OARD]T A. H. STURDEE, .3T·;'LI:UR GEON.' U ? ?l i(8Bccessor'to:DB..ATKINs.) fay be c c alt-diDailya,Resi!c,n "TATIABA," :BAiiSTEELT,I SRANK STO T. jHe, May'lsolobe. Consulted at - .-- HASTINGS At Mr. Cooper's RoyalHotel every Wedseada between 11 ?nd 12 noon. Every Monday, between 2 and 4 p.m., at the resideneb of [a.:TiT'io. 'THORNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 9 TO 11 A.X. -6 to 8 P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

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NOTES AT THE CAMELIA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

NOTES',;,: AT; .,T.IR hCAMELIA _arddttuitiful 's?id interefig objects' in'' . -tio:The' things 'upon which the human imindsets the ligheat value, have been adntfireýtsflwteily sereented by; ,flowers. The lover alls 6? t WIlbved objet 'of his or her adectipn, "y, beautiful flowers " A young iman-jusir eterimgin to life-is describcd as being in the flower of his y?ith, to' d'note that his 'mentl' a id plysical powers are developing; and when we would mark that period of life when. his mental and bodily powers are nifull rigour, we describe it by siiyinfi "'ie is in the flower of his age,"' and es the simile may be. carried, step, by stip through the various walks of life, aParliamentary speaker, or orator is offtitnhd called "' flofiery: speabiketiis figurative of the eloquent style of lan _dagehe-u.es-Again;:if ,-=man-h maacuiredwvealthorwho'.E lo.thasahei " cast m pleasant places" it is often" ini111i 'jpth ,has 1Xpen trewn; ajff roses," and the bereaved often ex claim. when a belov...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

There is no aUcli"thing in thlis anit>elneration, aptly says the Medicil Visitor, as "making- haste slowly." If the Chieago business man could be short throIa? muemti#"tube into New."Turk cit; fiid lie?space of a few minutes,s :the.;, limited express, train taking :twenty, four : hours to i.reach, they would(no longer be patronised, and If the ?New Yorker could land in Liverpool in lose thani to days pia an airitube, thee ocean greyhouinds would fndi their days: of usefulness flel., ,N one -has--time to build Egyitian pyramids nrowadays ; indeed, 'with every) faility-to viit the lianid of the Phiaroahi, few of us Bhai-e ay time to stop and look at such works of art, speedisthe necessity of necessities in our tim; a?nd if lightningspeed can be- obtained, nothing but lightning pee?ed .ill be) tolerated. This:rule applies equally to firing a gun, making money or the ,deIlopment of science. Thisi.centurv has -already passed throtigh the phase of ' cotton age, .an iron age is rapidly ...

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FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON V MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

To-da these clubs will meet a ain on tlh? p "Co ground;the sl~ow? ing .`-wi-L li isent Priksktbn:', Box (2), Brown, Clark (2), Cottier, Deane,, Dawson; Dalman,;: Grant, Heyward, Jimmy, Kelso, Layr.y, Mason, Moulday, Millman, 3McComb, Olaf, Patterson, Rheinholdt, 'it'alie, Sadlier, Thomas and. Westaw~ay (2). ?'LiDERS V DRO ?AA. I ie" second iflch b'etween the above clubs was played at Flinders on Saturday. The ground was in ex cellent condition, the strong wind that was blowing, right across th?.. ground kept the:balli continiilly. on one wing, much time being lost through its going out of bounds every few minutes and made goal kicking an impossibility The, gaisme was very cvep; ,ezoch:; Af ba'' several shots for goal but only behinds resulted, the game ending in a draiiw, Dromana 3 behinds, Flinders, 2 behinds, 3Mr T. Darleyi satisfactor illy performed the duties of central umpire;s:t .nasadissisti 1noite :::ht PFRANKSTON V HASTI5GO. ! These teams met for the second tihne this seaso...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

RPORUTING NOTES ,Y T ;4.-- . .HI1 i 'r EABL.? BIBD. . Racing '[ez `fol T neitJAk : MONDAT. 1ST SEPTr. Murrumbidgee Turf Club Spii'g:Meeti', Entries for Epsone Meeting 11th. Entries for'Mentdn'oMeoting 9th. Entries fid.Oakleigh Park 5th. Entrigsfor V.A.T.C., Meeting 13th. Weightfor Bacchus Marsh 6th. TUESDAY, 2ND SEPT. Nil ,, . .WSDNF?DSDAY,.3r _sE Woights',fo-Oraklergh PNrkMteetin? 5th. Weights for Menton9 Meeting 9th. TURSDAY,, 4Or SErT. Moonee (postponbd-imeeting). " SATURDAY, 6fin SEPT. BacdhsMarsh.Meeting. / / I In the bright lexicon of the turf, is there any'iuchi word as morality; I'P?ui !;araid the only morals the turf really has, are equine, these are "'morals" for certain events and generally ruiin nowhere. A Selling race at a 'recnt~ meeting ha?. ipened: to go awry, the " moral" did ,not come off, and one or two owners of selling plators in the same race indulged" in ,lan guage vigorously profane, and' rdegtedred vows of future machia vellsam.: Iii this"par ticillar race e...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

Sm,-- hen'I feel 'uable to bear up under the--weight .ofy-honor, dis honor, praise ori blam~ d my punyefforts .brine upon my not -altogether broad 'shoulders, I shall write no more. 'UutitthEi m_ jeialousvy#I'il# it1o ed equally ift either en scure or -praine is bestowed on others when it is due o, most unwarranted and cowardly attempt was' miidideli ' CiiticitC'o without a show, of,?justification-to saddle upon a well-known and re spected, .resident rof ,tShoreham'; the' blame of my last letter, wherein I niidis ,:soiid :r~ieferieice , toi: 'railway matters as effecting Boneo. No attefiapt'i is a'ide ti`' n1`hesibi thei tulthi of my statements,, but to deny, the ipaernity to 'Objector' at R $' Hill, and force it upon a gentleman entirely innocent. "Counterfeit" makes avery pointed attackand;shows very, clearly he is prompted .by rancorous ill-feel ings towards the-gentleman, but why should he,.take, advantage of your valuable spice withoult a 'prticle of reason or provocation for t...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

FRUIT ''GROWIN6 INDUa1Rr . The gr.afting,of1 fruit tres in i', ie: pioceeded t with. ..The., gr;ea? . ?rt in, grafting is to fix, very firmly, together, the inner bairk of 'thel l tck and the innerb lirk of tlf scioii," and' to ex elude the iir. Tins is the. whole matter,, in ii nutshell. l'hlere are various .inetho(o4 if[fisirs tihe scibnh to tlqjtqck ,wrhiclt ca opl? lbe Iqrneid. proproly b- y seen_- the actulal thtn done. It is a very interesting sllubect aiid 'iorth thlie troubli of ?ii p?iatial lesson. 'mies must blie a1ttendedP to and pruned,, for~they, will break inito leaf 'shrtly; anid.cutting .should be~ planted as soon as possible. Watch your various kinds of 'fruits as: they comnei i.ito bloomi, "'and' take a note of the, different growthe fromi which the flowers .. break, and y.ou will ::find for i nstance, how 'differet.. ,the peach is from that of; the, apple and pear. and so' ion: thisi'ill help' to guide you in. prun?ug. . Or. U;betteri still, summer pinching and li...

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MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 August 1890

MORNINGTON FARMERS' SO-   CIETY PLOUGHING MATCH.     The ploughing match held by the Mornington Farmers' Society came off on Friday last, on the ground adjoin- ing Mr E. Greaves' residence, on the Clyde road, near Berwick. The fol- lowing is the list of prize takers: Class A- 1strizeD.Madden; 3r prize, D. Class B-1st prize, J. Piggott; 2nd prize, J._ Jcwih, ari prizc, l Geo ' ""('e C-Double furrow:plougs E. Greaves. " aF.r the beat crown in the field D:.Maddel.?,[; . :- F - thei?biettisiu iiti the-field Geo Wenn. . ''For the" bet ins' and out in' the 1ci:-Ge\. Wilon ... Special prizes for best pair of horses at .ork,uinthe .fie?.-lst.prize, ,-co !iipeeic meeting of theliesocibtws held, on the same day on the ground. It was resolved that .the new show ground be-cleaied,?andtthat the sec retary prepare specifications for fencing;i-n the; new.'?cs?w-grotIc~lj alternate for palings and''~b bed wire and for galvanised iron. It was also moved that te...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

Mr Chd?iidle the ýdistrietfcolosier, held aniqnetst? DaIvey's Bayj View hotel, Frankston, on Thursday afternoon last, on the body:of a man found on the foreshore about a\mile from Frankston on the Melbourne side. Frank Townsetd deposed that he was a nephew of the deceased ]md that he identified the body as that of-lii uncle, John Townsend. The deceiedwas'. a fireman in. the- No 3 Insurance Fire Brigade: that he 'was lst seen alive by him on Monday, August li,:at his (witness) residence in Little Collins street, Melbourne.- The deceased was then, in good health and of cheerful lemeanor : was a married man and had a family of three: and was last seen alive at Brighton Beach on the Wed nesday following.! . The;deceased had left some jewellery at a shop to be for warded..to, him .which. roused his sus pieionsfls 'He then made enquiries' at the fire bigade station'add learnt that the deceased had been--suspended through neglect of duty, and that lie had been drinking heavily and was depr...

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MORNINGTON COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

MORNINGTON COUNTY COURT.; Yesterday before His Honor Sn Molesworth, a case of considerable intere to the Shire of Mornington was decided] The plaintiff being Mr B. Ryan, the con' tractor for a bridge over Balcombo creel .near Mount Martha, who sued the- council for 94 Oe 2d; which was alleged' to be due tohiim for etras :in .cpnnectioi with the said contract. The plaintiff was represented by Mr Shields, barrister, for the well known firm of solicitors Dufy and Wilkinson, and Mr McArthur for Gillot Snowdea and Co., represented the defend ants. The cause of dispute appeared to be principally whether certain timber was to be paid for by lineal or superfeial measurements. A legal. objection was taken to thaproceeding by the conditions of clause 8 and 13 which specified that befor a final payment can be made a certificate must be obtained from the engineer. The gentleman who represented the defendant stated, however, that the case would have to be fought out some time or another, and the...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

R de'yn3 t_ bijoduA M tl~a. the. Shire flail,. SouthiBrightons sý^.ess'ýItt^Menddtý+ire:IlehýInnt H.,ýý", o PREsIDENT : -.- CouvwssiioB~s NortbtBi di-isWV.... h:r B aurgess ? low .T. Scuth: Riding-bC. J. Potts, W. Lamb East Ridiný7- . DcSwaia, i R.Mils, F. 'WestRiding j''J:"d? ý,D ot, E. . ecSt;hwy-Joh Keys.

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

(raom :OUR oWl ,OicoU?ePONDSNT) The allabsorbing topic is the grt Shipping Strike, here as elsewhere the baneful effects are beginning to bi felt. Yet it is pleasing to note that the general feelilg rith few exceptions is entiril3 witi the employers, and many working men do not scruple to say that the unions are abusing the ower' l they." already command. Practical sympathy was given to the Eimployeir'a Un ion this weel froim Mornington;in theshape of ~ cheque for £13, 'and subscriptions are still coming in, one gentleman having given £5, an-d priomised a reewal of "the same amount since the above was sent. £25 was collected in a very short time with promises of as much more. Quite. an improvement has been effected in MIfain strieet since the tele graph poles up to the Nepean road, have been put in line and painted. It is wonderful. what a difference a little paint will'.make upon nicbhun sightly.:lut isefil adjuncts'`is tele graph poles. As' the result of the deputation that waited...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

Meets a` r tatho lastSat ay in A.~ Downes ýw&)iJ.P'. East I kieig-)._Mairs, J.P., A. Down Centre o i~ 3~r'JC i~ ida Vr tesnt Andeirsofl, Pe'~rter Nowbin.

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

HASTINGS. -4-t-- Considerable exciteient iiascaused oni Saturday last by :the numerous muster of the IHastings Battery, who appeared oni Paradein heavy marching order, in response to a telegram from tbe commanding officer ordering the corp to 'prepare for active service. The prompt attendaiice of the imembers ready for duty, is a satisfactory indication that. they. intend to be some thing more than stuffed. uniforms for the public , to, look, at, a wire wan received by the officer in command about six q'clock,' ordering the parade to be dismissed, it not being anticipated there would be any .immediate need for. their. services, this "announcement may. have caiused a little disappoint nient to some. But on further thought, all will heartily agree that it is well their services; were.~. not required. Later i' the evening a message was received from Major General Tulloch complimenting the Battery on their zeal and readiness for duty. A good supply .,of fish, has. been settled this week...

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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.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. I We. are always ready.toipuhlisb correspondence on matters 'of interest, but do not hold onrselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Corrsopondents,.-Eo. MS.'I - Srn,-In 'justice ' to 'tIe Cowes Football Club, will you kindly favor with the; insertioniu your, ;next issue, of ?,the! fe?,' following remarks' in reference to the report of the match played dn(Saturday August 16th, with the Flinders Club, a report which is evidently- based - upon incorrect information as to facts in regard to the. game played, 1st the Flinders teain;consisted of 18, not 17 men as against 19 of Cowes also the local team, (certainly one meiber was present with a jersey on, but he had :been asked and declined to play,) 2ad' the so-called best players of South Gipps land (4 men) were from San Remo. Two had previously been residents of Cowes; and had played in two matches for Cowes prior to the Flinders match. I am afraid the garbled report must hi!belie?n supplied by a disappoint...

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WHY WE THROW RICE AFTER THE BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

WHY 1WE THI~OW. RICE AFTER THE BRIDE. Long, lonpgia t jnh tine of the Shang dynasty, i'riO?O?;years before Christ, there 'lived iii the province of Shansi. iChina, a most ,wonderful sorcerer named Chao. - To'this dealer in mysteries there canie therefore, one day,a- 'Mr P'ang to coisult the oracle and, Chao having divinedb iby means of a tortise-shell 'diagram, informed him that he had but six days moreito live. Naturally Mr P'ang was much 'dis mayed, ind in his distress he resorted to the fair ,Peach-blossom, a'. young lady who had also acquired quite a reputation as a sorcerer. Her divin ation yielded the same result as Chao's -in. six days P'ang' must leave! this world, iinless she could; a'rt the catastrophe by her magical powers. However, she gave the poor man a little hope by promising to attempt his rescue, -ald,. fortunately, sho, was suecesfqul .so that olm thep sevepth day after'liao was consumed withastonish ment, mnortifcation, aiid rage, when he met P'milg taking his ev...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

MALLS DELTVERED ATl FRAIKSTON. I I, 6lbkuiie 1111 :[.m. jincji i A From Soiitcrviekiaih'Idirstinns-1 p.m.. Frh~i llOhwcs =awnd'd S;ii m"'·Rcin- Mondny, Wmbmoi[esTay miid Friday- 1'in "+. i n i

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

Al I. Id *2yzYBI'A1P 1OST1 ýOFUICE. I £pr lIornington-O rn'-,i "':''"'I" Iº I For S9 vU 1.2aan. For Ii tins-9.2S a.m. :9L. For 01ký1s:. Rfld4 $ n{ inB1-iu dy,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

Every one , ht, t6 s " 'e THE NAPTIONALI ' AN AUSTRALASIA, I(LranTED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of S9 ci1 IN CLE(W SIIýJ B] Cf I ( Thoi~s Mo $e.&, Es. J.P., Chairma I G}. D7'CiixriiTEsvMP. Thee vý84 i E°9rrý )Itico!gjI R. G. BaNsox, EsQ., J.P.. Mii'zazw L~xo, Eag., 3.P. (ayor of - Melboune').- --- - - C. Jw:HAXr, ILL.C. I__.. ]Qj y~jST CURRENT RATES OF PR1ýMJUtM. __BuskhFFres andGasjExplosions-Coered WPitW~t'itra Charge. W hUILLAM MACREDIE, .1 ,t Jf~~7j i1ra a ·Ti O a HT Seri~y 8AeDts f ranmniatos-o I?-11'BUODT.P. Q { e rr · Ageut' for,3Fmorington-J. E. WORniELL. ,a Týt; A,_; . ror :_ , i sfessiona:1. i' At Mr. C.qyper'SBHoyalHotel every Wednesday" ie?-ween 11 and.12 noon. A. H...lsoat UR ., .....,* S.O?M'ERMIL? - E ! .EveryMonday, bet~een 2 and 4 p.m., at the residence of R.. A T[OSNELL. Dr.. rSCANITEBURY : May be consulted at his residence, Point Nepeanr's Road, heltenhm, -•: .l:tiAkthe following hours.- r- | * .----Also at2.... , Every Monday, between 2 and 4p.m., at .the resi...

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