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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 6th SEPTEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY it tlL osrva.mr i 6• t f.EPTEYBE, 1890. . f! t.t Li,1 I . . " ,:Osn .Saturday evening, last.,a public meeting was held in Frankstorintoioe e the report: of the engineer appointed to examirie:the wate' resonises that are to be found in the .vicinity of the town? ship`' After conslderabl]e disssion by those assemliled;, it was decidedl to invite' the co-operation of Mornington, and in order to advance this proposal it was agreed"'to b"ite representatrves from that place to meet in conference with delegates from Frankston:. We under .stimnd that- these' invitatidnni: have "bien issued?d aceptd by the;Miornington people." In our opinion t~his the ~dst enaible-proposal.that-hn..s-yet-been-ad vanced, and one that is likely to be for the mutual advancement of both parties interested. It is well-known that for some considerable time ai water supply scheme, ba(( u. o esideration, and during the last few months con siberable discussion has a...

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

-AN-INTERESTING LETTER SP ?T. "fl!i J .4 L1 N, who I. the Med Boards of Victoria and New South Wales, to aw that by departing from the usual routine of practice cad devotinop bimcl! exclusively to a prclal acwhich he ?-ad?hi for some time. he notº strictly following the paths of professional etiquette ; but, c a oonsiderble body of the profession are stilli Scertain ailments and is really a Medical Specialist, he does not hesitate to resort to what he considers legitimaiie means for the purpoeol disarmingoynical criticirm, and of engagii as far as he is able the con* fidence cf the public. It is assuredly better to seek assistance firom the qualified practitionerinpreferenoce tothe qrack. ( ? ?( ti'|O"()' The true designation of quackery belong to those' shameless adventurers who, without a particle oft medical knowledge or, a tittle of claim tothe humblest department of the pref-er- e. practise extortion anBd deceit. advertising their nostrums as Cunsn ALuS: men: of the lowest grad...

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

MIORN?INGTON FOOTBALL CLUB SPORTS. The above sports was held in the Mornington Park on Wednesday last. The atteindane was gd, but riot what was to be expected on an occasion like this. The programme was a very good one; and each event.was; watched with intense interest. The following are the events with the names of the successful competitions. MAIDEN PLATE, 100yards.--E: Martin 1; J. Savage 2;' T. Belliar 3. FOOTBALLEan H.iNDicAP, 130 vards (in heats)? J. Wall, 1;' E. Hughes (Sorrento), 2; A. McEllan, 3. HURDLE RACE, open 200 yards (8 hliirdles) T. Bellaiiirs, ; 'J.! Young'. 2; E. Martin 3. Bpys RAca,.(uuder 14).100 yards.- T. Delamare 1; W. Wýeaver 2. O1'EN HANDICAP, 130 yards-E. Clarke 1; E. MeEllan 2; J. ..aaige a;. Owi BUFFEes.RACE. (over 40 years) 100) yards, W. Jackson 1; L Lawrence 2. SIAMESE RACE, 100 yards. T. uth - inson and R. Hutchins- -1 G: Bellairs amd.T;.hJutchins.2, FOOTBALLERS CONTEST (fouR meRnberb of club.) J. Bellairs, 52 y ds, 1; G. Bellairs, 490 isl?2;" H. C W...

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IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

IN THE -NINETEENTHI CEN- t TURY. f PFý ý F 1"- - - Br CAROLINE HIIELLEr. The nineteenth century young lad~ attired in a, fashionable) golwnof/the t period opened tle door of thb library I and softly entered; somone was sitting by the fire, holding out her I slender fingers to the blaze; at the sound she tuired her head, and the flickering firelight lit up the figure in d the doorway. t ':It is too dark `for me to see who you are, but I trust that I am not intruding," cried the nineteenth cen-, turyyoung lady.. ", "I mi: the itruder, therfore it is for me to iatlogize," said a silvery voice. The 'latest ! comer to tihe library uttered a little gasp of astonishment and retreated-a few paces, at the same time' iglancing iInstinctively to the farthest corner of the room, where, as- long. as -she could-remember,- the portrait of her great-great-grand mother had hung in a massive gilt: frame. "Ay," said the little person, by the fire, yvou look into that corider, blit your aneestress is t...

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

SCIENfTIFIC VOTEnS., Mr Stanley has a great contempt for scientific travellers, especially. for Philological tidderiga," who 5 0 seek to classify African tribes fromn.some, fancied reseniblati ce o betwceeih their. lanu es. To a certain extent he is right in te expiression of his scorn, and yet he teould not like ,tohbe told that his ( Awn idis are uusientific. Hoe 'is seietiillly` geograihical dis coverer and is entitled to take precede ice of those who confine their observa tions to the minntiie of plant h?Id aniiimal life. These have their value, but they iare nt called for' at the outiset. In the division of labor the explorer who lays open the features of an extensive tract acts as a pioneer to make wayl for the painstaking inquirer into smaller matters. The work of the. scientist begins where his predecessor leaves off, and it is a mistake to re verse their positions. The are fellow workers, anld no feeling akin to contempt shoud ,pass between; them. It is proposed to reduce c...

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

S .POBTIG: . .KOT . I MoxI? . 8T Sari. o Entries 'for Cranbourine Meetin'17th. ",Petries lot Elaternwick' Pdlir Meeting, : litrliesor' Wlhamstown Raes, z20th: Weightifor Epsom Meeting, llth.' t W eighsrthe V.A.T.C. Meeting, l1th. T"s o T . ... - . T u ns li , 9 ,T S a T,. Mentone Meeting E?. psom Meeting, Mordialloc. ; . .~. ý - .: i.. ar·, t-l2r S- ? . . Weights for Cranourune,, th. . S SATu . anA. 13T: Sallm. SY.AT.TC Monthl Meeting, Canfifeld. W.hiatdoltkihik of the Totalisator? is a question that has been asked me many times of, late. The regeneration of the multitude is and always will be prayed for by moralists, especially by those who run down racing and betting. 'Tis useless to Sdeny thllac4.that this is- a gambling age -and ft-nimst be accepted as a truth, that betting coiistitutes the backbone of all Srace meetings. Men will gamble and lovely women will also stoop to the evil, while ever there is an element of uncer tainty about the equine that skips on the heather. I deny...

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

Saturday-before- full moon. ,(+wili ,+.Ili/ /.Ena91sinidw ;i~l~i1 orth v id;, .D , I d, SoutAro J.P., j' ,iiC:t:Ft(F'mnkston): `° East lAiding-H. 1I. Peddle (Hastin a, J. .Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. M. Irvisiijr.P. (Mornington). SECRE.TARY AND ENGINEER: *r - ![H:AL Mra, (Mornilgt, rr

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, August 30th [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

MONIN.GTON 'SMIB._ COU - " *i : * ? CI . ?- : - ? * .i ' Saturday, August 30th T'he usual monthly meeting of the above was held in theShire Hall, when the. 'following' 'welre -preieni:-COrs' Souter (President), Fox, Box, Sawyer, Adams, Thornell and Irvine. " 'MfTUTES. I ' The minutes of the special and "ordinary meetings were 'ead'aiid co'~i firmed. The Finance Committee recommen ded the payments of accounts to the amount of, £266 Ts 10d. ......... COBEslPONDEI)CF. From Secretary, Shire of Kilmore in reference to new Act regulating inunicipal subsidies asking council's assistance and support by inducing members of the district, to impress upon the Governmenit tle necessity of fulfiling previous pledges. Received. From President of Queen's Fund forwarding report for current year. Received. From Secretory of Municipal As sociation of Victoria, forwarding draft of' motions to be: submitted to deler gates at the next group meeting for the district. : - Cr Box pointed, out; that in every...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

FRUIT GROWPING INDUSTRY Some very remaiirkable bebeiations, says Nature, on the production, of the ripe figs of Ficus ltoxburghii, Wall, have recently been published by Dr D. "D, Cunningham, F.R.S., of the Indian Medical Service. The species is- diecious, the male' receptacles or figs containing perfect male flowers with pollen, together with imperfect or atrophied'female or "gall flowers," which never produce seed; the female fig contain" perfect female flowers only..- Both kinds of fig are visited bthe "fig' insect," usuolly a 'species of Euphrists, for the purpose of laying its eggs in the ovary.. This is affected" in the " gall flowers" .of the male figs, but in the female figs the efforts of the insect to deposit its eggs within the ovary are fraustrated by the great thickness of its wall. 'It is very rare to find more than a few grains' of pollen in the female figs, and, according to. Dr Cunningham, the embryo sac in the female flower retains up to. the period of the visit of ...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG; Tuesday; 2nd September [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. D4NDEIIjQw(, -- Tuesday asad Septpmb 'er . Howard and Seott reports-Dairy 'oattle; AK small supply of both milkers and springers. The demand was, dull And a reduction must be quoted in late prices. Milkers; best sold up to £7 '17s 6d.; springers, '4A 16s' to £5 1is. Very: few dry cows in lbest selling to, .4; yearling heifers to 145s, and in' demand. Pigs: A short supply of all deseriptions, in conse. quence of which prices improved on late quotations. Baconers (only light weights penned) to SOs.; porkers, ;best, to 37s.; good store pigs and suckersanxiously in quired for. Calves. A fair supply; no prime vealers forward and prices slightly easier. They also report having held their usual monthly sales at Poowong, Grantville and Tanti, disposing of a largo number of stock, &c., at satisfactory prices. An indolent boy being asked by h's teacher who came latest to school, re plied-" Indeed, sir, I`cannot say. for I. did not get here early ehough to see.".

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

.I*ip gl I * .:Tr iilNl . . 'it mii.il m "r/n / , -imT .- m i, ,: :?, tr - s ?nll t ,l3r t l .I.. -rPlAfCl . lati, s 'O'OiT?;?A'11 .r.ill aI.; >l 3 odi olll Joy '> !,:; l-Yl!y l lc lcl . 11, 1 l-iil ; I Iau l * I -is-ld, otI4n4at i wfi. i J' mrag Dinl srttr?$on nco ord . r ade o ~tialde rB Ite- 'tlhtid jitoi?rnr.i ,i TllRi;AdSBewniPWork' aSiOecialtD.i/n .1 .-lw ei n ili .iAr and )I i ;i ýOiE lT-t it, 1!i :Repairs;Nestlyiu: Et tet m ed:l*1 ! -ENTONE'PA eADE iENtONE, TO rd i 1M1 -STIREPTi MORDIALLO&. OOTSr ad SHOE',S . uIa Q 4 ori *sy depa N Exe-iaf BeIIdy i;' ,,l A) ti .*fi;i> u ' ., t:'.o!l h I nl I - SHRE 6i.tME IN P&dTONJ;0. 'CROSKELL; RITCHIE.&- £ I0. '. !t(Of' Melinlibolrnd? anid F?nk'toii) " , . a' , ni. Lan & Agient,,! ,, i IIL hold-WeekldySie8(i Advertisd :.HORSES,CATTI, &c.-, ALSO, LAN r,-l -HOUSES;,FURNITURE, &c.:t'j THORAS REITC rTLTP BENOUE SAccount sacs' romptly. nrela. ,A Comm lienstions to Head Office i FISI>-...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 September 1890

ITEMS OF NEWS         A conversasione and concert was hekd at Morningtn on Wednesday evening, August 27 in aid of the Church of England. The Rev Mr White occupied the chair. There was a splendid programme provided, Tsnd one nd alw?ae loud ,n uteirpraies Wof the ifanlPr 6i whi6l4 each ,it~n was 'given. - . The Mornington Park prf!enta quite a new .speqt.,' The.paths :hive been, pleared and the 6fwer bed, aug up. The oval has stij teagreesnpoearance,. .and.injactis all that could be wished. The park will present quite a new appearance during the comipi .seasoal .' ; i ,..' i I. , , g . --The- -ork-of- extending- the -jetty--at Morninton is prospering and when.com pleted will allow of two steamerd'~kiing berthed. -It will also add -greatly to the improvement of the place, and be a great boon to pleasure seekers. THE fordeiof ;wlltnUdtim 'jdst iast!Wed nesday's Argus was never" better exem plified than in the Legislative Assembly last ...

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

?. 1 f INDIGESTION, - fVER and. IDEllY DISinlES, DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM, &c.' EAI USTIMOUI A Wnm WIT e mSPL ACT , AS A VALUABLE ,APERIENT: and TONIC In conjunction with the DANDELION ESSEN VES Dunstone's 0oomo nnd Fanno. of. Dnde-j lion and Liver lls, aresold at 5s. and is. respectively, by all Ohemrist.. Auctions. FRANKSTON 'MONT iY SALE. , _; WEDNESDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 10C "i1 J. FOX will hold lse noxt?.Monthly e Sale at Frankston Yards on Wed nesday next at 2 o'clock. COWS in fullproft,??lso : SPRINGERS. Some Good HORSES special line " BROKEN and UNBROKEN. Also PIGS, POULTRY, &c. Entries received byC. J. Fox, Auction. eer, Playne street, Frankston., For. Sale. SHEEP-For Sale--between (60 and: 70 •come backl owes and lambs. "pply M. Yovuio,''Frankston. IRTCHNELL BARRIIDGE AND B PORTER of 315 Collins Street, Mel bourne, have a number of PROPERTIES suitable for Fruitgrowing and Poultry Breeding in the Cranbourne and Lang warrin districts, from 5 acres upwards. Very chea...

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A BIG WOODEN SHOE. THE USE PAGANINI MADE OF AN OLD MUSICAL INSTRUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

,. ;A BIG WOOD1 stOE. Tll USE rio iATNI brýAwK OLD MUSICAIL INSTIUJlEEi the autumn'of 1832 Peganini was residing at a village near Paris. : li ,was an invalid, and took little notiice of :ain other "odccupii't of :the' 'ilia. flhe only other occupant, for whoim he. appeared to care much was .Nicette;"a youingaud pretty waitress who attended him. " One morning Niclbtte,tray in hand, entered the apartment, of the famous maeslro, who satat a table, earving a handle for a knife out of a piece of ivory. i Instead of her usual merry look she wnas sail apdl dejected, hand her blue eyes showed signs of weeping. Paganini, w?iho had taken an honest liking for the poor.wrgi. wasnotlong In learnii the ? if o?bier' grief. The conscrption h}adi iut ia eefiiadwn a bad number had f tlen toi.e lot of lier .lover,; and,:. said ??-he=' Poor Adolphe must go o ffoi a soldier and I shall never see him agdi.n " . " But why don't you find him a substitute ," askedPaganiui. "Mon sieur ia... jokiig," .i was ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A WOMAN'S VIEWS OF MEN'S AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

OBIG± 4 V POETRY. A, WOMANctA ViliW6lO® ' MEN'S *li 1-l AFFAISI.':. /. :'I I'm sick 'of all4his talk of Htrikesi, aid of :l eight' h6uri -da'," r ! Think oftliePhoursoftpoorl men'is"wives, ' : and frominwhentcecoiis their y :i The Trades Unions have just gone m'ad"* :' about capital and gold, - , "I '.) -1 7! 1or it would' bee'f "littlue 'e iweethe ' nothing to be sold.,' ::,-: ' , An4,nothing :to' be bongkt ;with' for it'" J f' . i for gold wei cannot eat, i :ý 4 is labor ,ater Ullthat giveisfr biestd.' ' and meat. " hardest wiorked, and the wor aid are. those who grow ur read. Well may they griublo and complain, the trades are too well fed, ;And to " kick o'er the traces," wne' eome Pittle presure come,. i , o', ,. But there, is always pressure in r .'.fariiiers.bomes. What would they do it farmeri"truck and ploughed and sowed ino more,." '... If all the land remained untilled, then .o ) -.iwouil feed tho poor'. - ... If the capital that'& idle, was used tot till! ,i the g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER rSPECIALST D RL JAMI D. LLZWELLMN, who te da Qualified and ietered by tih Msdtan Botrd, of Victoria and hew South Waet., te awem that by departIng foma tta wul mUmtm @ practinean de»ottno himselr erlnearely to a atal braneb, whieh he hba done for soae tinse be i Mot strictly following the path of prlfotIna etiquette: but, an iconsiderable body of the pjoteeton an itlu disposed to atnd coldly aloof kroe anyone a thMt, number wheaquiree popularity in the treatmaet of certalamIh Uat aend Is really a Medical Specialrtt he does oat hlesitate to reort to what Ihe coamidero leitimumlcmeanI for the purpoteol dieaamlnfeylcl rrgini.i. nad of encgin(g aa fa as he la able the con. tldence of the public. It tss o uredly better to eek ossist"cefrom the qualifed prsatitioaner tn pos e-e tothequack. The truedeetnation of quckery beleto.r thoe tishamelem mdcennree who, without o prtcle -l medical knowledge or a tittle of claim to the humblet lepirgeent of the profcs a.'. practi...

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OUR ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

-----OUR--ADERTIERS a, DIRECTORY. --- AucTIdnKKs kiEarSrE WduaNTS - ... .Bollin: J.,PointNepeanrd, Mormnngton Croaskell, Ritehie & Co, Franikstop 1 Davoy T. H., Frpn~sqn, ' Fox C. J. & C6d'Bay ? Trankston Box J. D., Bay at, Frankston ...Lambert A., Main st Mordialloe Aprcss A Hastings V, t . \T... ,BLAABHTaa?r aC COACH6 UILDRS .? . Alstdnu W;Main at, Mornington (dImeron J., Bay st. Frankston Gamble.H., Playnest, Frankato " Ockeiid61d P.'. Cheltnh??'?"" " H:' H.wker:G,. South ~'Brighton Gaakell W., South Brighton BoOTarAKERS C Cor y:T., Mentone Pii'ade Mnintonu ' ..Moffat & Dahnan Badst; Frankntaih Reynolds J. & Co.,Playne st, Frankston 'BacKx8xgR=-i,, : eno ;:.miit?at ,) ;I ,, Giey, Hill, Frji FptoniL " .i?lit f BUTCHERa COop;?rJ. H., Bay st, Frankston CARRIER SSte?ho J.Playne st Frankston, s Riehmoncl-A., $ay it, ]Praakston ..Loagaoee.Bourke.urMHMelbou? e Morris S. W. & Co., Chapel street Pralran BANK The. ýColowial B.nk nof .,.u als.ia, Clif...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

,! J I MORNINGTON. I. (raox,v?uor .WowNc oEa'oDEYi, !'There is iothing 'hardly1 iwothi of inote this week, thiigs bleiiiiryl dull just at this time of the year. Mr W. C. Martin the popular. manager of the Colonil bank here, has again resumed charge. "after ?en joyig a well-earned'month's hohdar; the vflurmnivnelthahas betenhra-which is now aboiut:five years';; his"many friends are pleased:to see bhim! looking .well.. The branch of : the above ,bunk at,,Dromana has;,beeon':discontinuetd -owing to an'insuillieieney ,of business there.- V, Quite a hlieaiy trafic is now being 'dbone by the Railway here, large quan tities of piles `i'nd tiiimber "as' wbll as produce being irw sent by airl. A well known tradesman having taken to himself a wife on Wednesday lIst, night was made hideous by that relic of barbarism, ytii-kletling q jthl gu'adian of the" "ceacec bhaing tbeenl, see?t for from Somerville to take charge of a drunk that was on the war-path 'at 'the ti rike'the'se~nidersi were able...

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EPSOM RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

'BP 9(M RACING CLUB. The race meeting, at Epsom on Thursday Inst was well attended, and was favored by fine weather. The programme was a long one of eight evrnts, aid wa4 gone.- hrough rvery sic~cssfit1y,' some goii d racing bein, shown ,._Lai.ularlx,. tl-*.ho..a toe two year olds. In this event thogh. ithe fired>Eartcrsl were ji) tJ' gether tall the way, they clLosed np as they.+nter~.lthe.atraight,.andLwero.. ll--. as nearly as poasiblejt i, efnlnterms as they went past 'filre ulgcs box. The following are the detuils of the racmg.:'r-':1:lt,'?'h itll tunh+,tAi;.w -1 Selling Hurdle Ra:ce. Of 30 Sovs. About one mile and a half. Mr J. Hayes's ch g Edna, aged lost, nil, Mr S. Miller's b g Asolan ao, yrs, :'lst, £?10 (Davis) .. .. Time 8n m 8sm e ?" --. Heidelberg;:Handic:ap...r?~ A Of 50 sovs. Five furlongs and 20 yards. i'rJ.B.;Ronnison's be DrifBeld,by Guess '"work Haidee of the Hills;, yra, 7 tti if (E. Fountain) .. .. ... 1 Mr S. Gardiner's b c uesian,.8ayr.r? 816.: (Sheppard) ...

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PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

PICKINGS. i PRI~KIPLE , ,AND EPEDIErCY. There are two ways of treating every subject and of following every pursuit, th?oae ba' upholding the great under fdrhvhiellii1 efforts are to be made; tlieotlier b?i aiming directl'"it- the practicl -enefits which it is hoped such efforts will gain for the individ iial or for society. The one deals with abstract conceptions of right;7of duty, of truth; the other with practical and limited ideas of definiate results; The one takes a:large view aiid'iid (:far rehaching :im ;,the othiet.is of n c as ity narrower and more immediate. Both of these purposes should as far gejn? tssbif; bu -i ke great deal of difference which has the first and which the second place. CnIHrACTER.- --2 ýerfltitf-alineed character is seldom found. Each virtue seems to have its offsetting foible. Amiability is apt to be allied with weakness; . ,vigorous pushing chbitacter is oft e muh v, harsh, add gjst: A rtf iv'.fl is slow to ct a, r ý lif often wrong. thro Al ~th e i ...

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