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

HASTINGS. ---~- SThe repaiitiisigand enlargment of lthe reading room irapidly aproach ming completion, the'expensi pred will leave the institution in dett.< , moveinment is on foot to reopen th?' room with a ball. Mr A. Cooper of the Royal. Htel has generously come forward and proffered to do the eaternng tor the ball, gratiutously (ah offer which no doubt will be thankfully accepted by the committee) given fine weather, the attendance isj expected to be large; au~l the prdo~edddwill be a welcome addition to the funds of the Institution. " " ' Mr and Mrs Peddle of Elmbank are issuing cards of invitati?i ' 'toa social evening, to take place" at the .;readinir room.on the l9,th inst. to celebrate the jbirthday oif rs' Pe4dlde. To keep the game alive, the Hastings Battery are taking steps to have a little re laxation to repay them for their drilling and marching, they intend at an early dlate to get up a military concert and ball,. whichjudging from the arrangements that are...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

FRUIT GROWING INDUSTR7Y. 1 /We havej recive4: some 'Imteriesting reports on the hquahties of the Cassaba melon..' Mr Dtlnia' Beat ,, 'Sp~rig hurstf, nrites :--" I rased four healthy plants from the fouir:l bedhBybou sent me. ,I find no more;.difllculty.iin growing.them than.the common Rock melohi; they are much later in season andllarger in size, weighing;from'71b to 1(tb., but not very profilic.. r I had "only two melons on.eaeh plant offirst erolp,ithe lR~ nd crop did not-ripen. It is rather idifficult ,to tell when it;is ripe, as it,never, turns yellow,,,but ,w ient ripe" it has a light brown spot - itdp about the size of the palm,of the hand. The flavor is simply de licious, .but- it should be cleft :till thobiugilhril ripo aid will be foinid' to be well worth waiting.,forpji.rno ,t appears to be ge.gvilyeU upposed thhtig thiedestructfor oA'isects by .vprayiug ttli' an"ia msectcide a light spray suflices,.but,in at report . to the United States entomologist, by Dr W. Coquellet, ...

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FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

FISH MARKET. The following is the Fish "Market report for. the .week ending September 0:--The 'supply comprised:--Fish, 5906 baskets?,) crayfish, 3571 dozen; -oysf , 8 bags;' fowls;! 10 couplesi tukeys (tame) .2 ?ouples; hares, 4281 brace; rabbits, 13,902 pairs. Prices :-Barra?ontta,; s.? to :'ls. basket; bream,3s to Os.; flathead, 2s. 6d. to 8s.; .rock, 9s. to 15s.; garfish Is. to 14s.; ludrickljs. to Gs al.; perci, .4s.:to 17s.;bpiko, 1ls. to l3s.; pilehards, Od. tos.; rock cod, 3s. to 4s. 6(d.; ruffles, 2s. to 13.; strangers, is. 6d. to 4s.; trout, 3s. to 12s. Sd.; whiting, 9s.to 28s.; Murray cod and perc', ld. to" 4d. lb.; crayfish, 4s. to 17s.; flounders, 3s. to Ss. 6d.; trumpeter, is. 3d. to2s. d.?; kingfish, 3s. Gd. to 5s. 6d. each.; schnapper, Is. to 4s. Gd.; trevalla, Gd. to ls.; eels, l1d. to 21d. lb. oysters, 50s. to . 80s. bag; fowls, 3s. Gd. couple; ;turkeys K(tame), 17s' d.' to 1Ss.; hares, Is. to 2s. brace, rabbits, 2s. to 1Os. Gd.

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WEALTHY BEGGARS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

S tWEALTHY...BEGGARS. . Somo months ago an old woman, sixty year" of age, was arrested for Dublin. When taken ? th&e police station it was discovered that she was ,neti so poor psi he seemed. b fastened sounw hýWvis4so t contain 281bs of copper money, ani ajiother bag contained upward of £120. Cash was found to circle her around. In her waistband was art fAlly? concealed a bulky bundle of bank-notes, inqluding one for "0.Q. Whena lZbiwlibrjouf ýdmOtfi _iId ifine's person had' been inade, it was found that she was quite a wealthy woman. The various sums, pencilled up;: came to £550, in addition to twenty potatoes, a quart of peas, imnd various other odds and ends. 'Ini 1855 the prodrhmiaanthoiiiteai of Dundee adverbseiid-for. the lieirs of a travelling beggar called John Mackay, who. died without a friend in a poor lodginig house. After his death was found a pocket-book containing six bank deposits for £700. Though nobody claimed kinJiip. vitlf Jblin while lihe plied :4salaJo...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 30th August, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

jiF' LIERS AND N6GERO SHIRE COUNCIL. {Saturday, 30th August; 1890. Present :Crs Do?'ctinird, Aiudeisoiil Cii, Stanley and Grilflths. Messrs BaldrA;Murlpf y ausolilso ; the recently oeced A membiiiies, iavino subscribed to the. usualh formalities; took their seats. , .i , SIC PECIAl M5EET1Nbi Cr" Downward was 1 tto to the chair. " ; ."r, f The Pr desdt's a 1lwign wi ii di at £25. Cr Downnward was then unanimously elected !as President; and?' briefly '.re turned !thanks for the"liinor "which' had bein conferredon him- -" . ORIDINARr NEETIN. Mlinutes Of preyvieatU iededti i ai and confirmed. , ' Correspondence : From GvdiknliinePStatit t i16qi ledging receipt of returns, etc., Re ceived. Fromin same,. ro immligrat q nurieg. Desired information to ,bo.provided? li . From Publi ?~orVks :Depa'tment, re deputation ·or asssiancce in making road over Merrie Creek, and stating that as the estimates had been drawn up no further applicatio?s could be entertained.. 'Received. From same, re infor...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

ndisol ares id -el re unti i.h 4ith hto--;e - BO R2 7O .? ,, ., . i? t .;i rs,¶zenfi; xI adxiir.'l t irn r. f skini 1.9B:n ' at oPreek5ri-., Oe l ion orcid ecaitc iedq id - -n the di sti no tir se?s 6xm i efreiTiSUark.si Weigrtiý[i"ýllteinwiok;l'S th:' I I': on an e Totossoa, lorss .et hcnd Iyh ih.t pmear fr rse : en. -hrl a .fUt j Din nUp5iDd, andT St res. Crawibotrn?e ?ompleameihary meetiing.)' Elte h:. s l'.?tlYit, ta 8i" w IhT" rI tadno ugT._,y;gs 61s,; n'19ro Slatr.. Weightiator BallaraitHunteOluby 3rdaOct aWee are rsppo ?ainog: thetbign pisng events and the Caunlfeld Cup being the first on th lisat~I shall make a few remarks on the ihances of those horses I selected when the,weighta appeared for this event. The ewifeit.uas been paid and the first of the batch I selected as being treated with anie)sqitable: weight, now'atands at the head 9pt,1 list, as top weight..' Dreadnought, Pst 61bes is now located at Ballarat,i and is trained by the veteran Teom Wtlson ,at,.Dowling forest...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 13th SEPTEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

f(hinin te $fandaitl " Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED BVER Y ,SATIURDAY 1 - MORNING. 13th SEPTREM ??80' B i ; ' Ok 8of the daily papers has stated, that '" increased attention is being taken in. the coal dep'sits; which, it is' iiow admitted beyond dispute;; exist ; in Gippsland,,' withilin;'' comparatively speaking, a stone's throw from the iimetropolis." Every person that has' the iw elfare of. the colony at~~ heart, will read reinarks'such .iii these`- with a great amount of satisfction, for any movement that has for its object the exte'sien of our resources is sure to meet with general approival Twice during the last; two years out supply of coal forpublic consumuption. from neighboring, colonies, has bern placed in' danger, through, disputes between employer and employed. The pre. sent existing struggle has all the appearmace of-being i maut patracte one, the consequence of which will be (allowing thata sufficient quantity can be obtained) that the' prices for coal require...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

There is some my.tery as to the process ;b 'i l?ch `t'ei are asb li by the stomaelf, nid ''aliiideiffary Citilal. By some it is supposed ,that the) fats are saponified:?rior.to: absorption, and by others'that they, form emulsions.. It is generlly'eonceded'that fate, with a high melting point, such as stearine, are not assimilated at al,1 but this has been fouiidi to: be an error. When spermaceti'is .:adnimeterbn afteir ro longed fis'ting"the :lymph :becomes cloudy and milky in the third or. fourth houri of digesti.h: Aitaly~sis 6f the-=whole .lymph secretedti. ming. thirti~ hours, showed that 15 per tent of thespermaceti had passedinto the lymph, not, lhowever, in 'ai un changed condition,, but. as: palmitin,: vhowing that the spermaceti must have been decomposed in::the alimentary, canal, and that the palmitic acid, 'which is oelpf its :ijgrediento, :must, have become united with glycerine. It was found that other compondr fats were decomposed.; but it cannot yet, be said that the ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

A Bill dealing with the establishment of a new cemetery for thermetropolis, at 'rnkiton, will be laid before tile House liyMriDeakin before the session closes. It is nowbeing drawn uphythoe Parliamentary draughtsman on the lines suggested by the city and suburban mumiciplties.: It is proposed by the municipalitise to'speid' about £75,O000 upon the fencing in and im-r provements of the coietry,Ul15,000 by,the municipalities at the `rate of £,3,000 annually. The Cabinet has, however, not yet 'diiat with' the question as to hew much--the Government should .contribute to the establishment of the new 'cenietery. ,The anniversary tea and~publie eets'ng in connection with St Paul's Sinday School, Frankaton, will take place on the 22nd inst. Addresses will be given by local clergymen, and others are expected to take part from other districts. A pro gramme of songs and recitations will be rendered by the children and'choir. On the first of next. mouth thew Sosoe rille Wesleyan Church will ce...

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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.] THE BYE-LAW RE WANDERING CATTLE. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

CORR 8PO D.E2 CE. "1 Ws are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do nothold,ourselres responsible: foe the opinions elpressed by our Correspondents.--ET. M.5.1 TH1 B3ýE-LAW7 RE" WANDERING CATTLE. ,, ? €, Sir,--During the lasi tortnight I have Ibeen!isingledount by a'few!jipr sons, as the individual councillor uipon whom they can vent their outrayed feelinýgi,.di=iil]ib\lrsttlbuiratiumiti'd on Wednesday last when during, my sale, I was assailed in a manner which does notreflectcredit _upon.the..two gentlemen concerned, and certainly does not show either.sente or npanli,? ness. I' quite ilU wil ~ling to takie my share of all wrong doing at the council table, but Icertainly willnot take more than my sharewitdiout resentmngit.'This Bye-law was passed at the January, meeting of the coincil' and confirmedIl at the ebruiary itheting, and on neither occasion was there the slightest Eppposition-.to it. Atthe -Febrsuryi ntleting the whole council were pre sent. W...

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

What insects do lawn-tenms players resepible ,?-GG horahpr9 . 1~ iliavefr tlre$bk iouf i 4tte dead languages," remarked a University freshman. "I think they were killed hby eipg studied too hard." sby ladaP bby who was studying English history was asked what the Prince of- ales would be when the Queen died. " Please, sir, an orphan,' replied the scholar. .- o ;' i Miss Blank, to her cousin, wno has inadvertently admired her foot j '(-Yps. iapa lthiiikh so1in iei ofi liy '.fdoL that while we were in I'taly he tried his liF?tetoprixidel me to have a bust made of it." T 'hey, were talking of the fair sex at a 'P?ibiit reception, when a lady exclaimed to the geutlemanuwitk.wvhhy _he1 bas eonveradmg,' -You i-ne?i are right to accsuse o know uldy two ftl women.!i'., Iill o s the other ?" inquired her companion gallantly. - Swell number one, with a glassin his! feli rit'enrdiig Ito m isthke olr !ai box-keeper a rival whom he sees standing-in the lobby.ofthe theatr: A Xlh;iive you, a .I rgr...

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

DEA F FO2iYYA =R Tho doscription of x simple remedy. by which a comiplete cure of dcafness aridnolosei in t he head of I95TYjr.. :e, s}ANIUttq ha. just been efocted:i' l b es U o . anyone who applios to t J.11. NICHOLSON, 176 WILLAM ft "uu. M;nnouUzcx. Department of Public Works, E Melbourne, September, 4,1890. -1 confits 't.nd?i ?f dditionu Repairs, ?P tIng. &t,' Llghthons'e Buildings at Arthur's Seat and Cape Schinck, until twelve o'clock on Thursday, Septembe_ 18,1890. PartiuilArs maLy be, itAnti.t this O ce, and at tl £poliý tatsel Drlnws. o f The :b"'uiiin'o the preliminary; deposit to accompany the tender is £10, and the amonnt of the deposit as cash security for due performance of 'the 6hrt~i~i i5? perI cent. The Board of Land and Works will not necessarily4acept the lowest -or ay'tendt I ' :" A'NDERSON; Commissioner of Public Works. THE FLINDERS SKIPPOOL PARK - ESTATE COMPANIY Lxrr:ED. NTOTICE is Thereby giie n'iii' acordaiice wftli "The Comipaniesi Act, 1890'" .that...

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

Every one Ought to Insire Agaiist Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, RHEAD OFFICE: Corner:?of-COLLINS- AND MARKET- STRE?ETMELBOURNE:-_." . S r _---DIRECTORS: THOtes MovansT, Esq., J.P., Chairman. G. D.._AETE, Esq., M.P.----------- - Tneos.-ALmerow,-EIq.; LJ.P: Vice-Chairman: "- EG: BENBON Esq:, J.P.. MA~rHEW LANO, EsQ, ,J.P. (Mayor of Mrelbourne). - IHoN. C: . JLue, M.L.C. LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. .BuhFres and Gs~IExpl]osonCsCoreim'tlWithout Extra Charge ' .. . . VILLIA1M .MACREDIE, Agent for Frankston-M-ARK BODY. . i l Agent for, Mornington-J. E.- WORRELL. Professional. _ .CARD. .... A. H' STUlRDEE, ISURGEON. :(Successor to.Da. ATKINS.) May be Consulted Daily at his: Residence, "TATIAA," - BAr SaaEET, J.RANK ST O . !He May also be Consulted at HASTINGS .... At Mr. Cooper's Royal Hotel every Wednesday between 11 "and 12 noon. Also at SSOMERVILLE Every Monday, :between -2 and 4 p.m., at the residence of Ma.'-Taos. THORNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 9 TO 11 A....

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

u?,?.i .1?*!n- w :'s i ,: !."r " Frankston Boot Warehouse.-" .1 .,, ,a L , ll, :::iin J: "REYNOLDS, & ,lO 1 ,ilt ,>* 1,^1" .wni : (, ++ .ati .T PRAClCTICAL BOOTMAKERS, "PLisaN STUXiX, FMFVkiisTO(. And.ot ?SowniVMul-. i . S .i-.r. m: i,£ir + rn~ itnll .,-:' +[ .: r,"n I, einamGtigtihf'U Bn sand shoes ic. o-tI.' , .. ...fi , .. .. ..' ! , '1 i t.,·i-l·I !r Boots of all Desciptions made to Order. ..nr -I-[Fit Onarantesd.'i .,,t H n 1? a ..Spe. .l ... ,, . ,.?,leparp Neatly, e--?U..t?.Jliiihi'i .: NMELBOU?RNE: i1RICRSi..i.. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSBE. T. COREY, MAIN?STREgR MORI:ALLO ' BOOTS,&nd SHOES mado to, ordersi . I.epairi Neatly Exiuted; Beady, Made Boots and Shoes,; Below, Melboeurne Price . I :, ",",ld ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Aaietlon.eru.d Estate Agents. mHiRSE'"OPMORNING1ON CROSKELL, RITCHIE (Of Melbourne and Faston). General, Auctioners, . House and Land _Agents, I~ILL.hold Weekly.SlesasAdvertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c.- ALSO;iLAND HOUSES, FURNITU...

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LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG, Tuesday; 9th September [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

LOCAL KAIIEKTS, . i " DANDENONG, Tuesday; oth September Joseph Clarke and Co.'s Boport.-Dairy cattle;, a good supply yarded, tho:competi tion.being dull; tlhronughout.' Best cows, to '.8 15s; medium, to £5.. Springers, very few yarded, selling to £.7s Ad. Store w.- n good a pply.:r yajrded, aellinn oll.a good prices; young stock to 45s. Pigs, :a fair supply off at pigs penned selling at about late rates, baconers, to 60s rkers, from 28s to 3ls; light weights, to 25s. Stores, a large supply penned, selling readily| at an. advance o'n late rintes: Stores, to 19s 6d; slips, to 15s Gdl; suckers, from 8s to 14s. Calves, a good supply yarded, which sold at full market rates. Howard arid Scott's Report.-Dairy cattle, a moderate supply of milkers, but very few springers. forward. Best cows in milk, sold from £? 10s to £8 12s Gd; medium and inferior, from £4. to.£5 10s. A few dry icows aiid young stock yarded, which realized full market rates. Pigs: a good supply of all description, -with th...

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

SORRENTO       (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) The Sorrento Amateur Christy Minstrels made their reappearance at Sorrento on Friday night September 5th, and was again greeted with a crowed house, the doors were rushed as soon as they were opened, when the curtain rose there was only standing room, which was soon all occupied. The programme was entirely a new one, and an excellent one and was much appreciated by the audience, the final fares kept them in roars of laughter till the fall of the curtain. After the performance there was a dance which was also well patronised, there being thirty (30) couples present who kept it up till the small hours in the morning.

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 13 September 1890

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS           The following articles are at the Frankston station and await delivery; Parcels-Miss Walsh, care of Sydney Smith, Mrs T. Ponnall, Mr H. Wells, Mr E. White, MrOeliire i. Mr. Moffat,     Miss Millard, Mrs Heyward, Mr F.   Young, Mr Robinson, Mr. W. Davey. Goods --Mis Bunny, J.D. Box, T. Bentick, Mr Ritchie, Mr Frogley, Mr   Fuller, Mr Kemp, Mr Vitou, Dr. Madden.

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

MOOILA]3131N. Meettin the ShxirIaiUl, Sout1~, 1ri.ghton. firjjt-Mro{nda IL IA!. notii WI . Co UcI LLORS: N'orth 'Ridli"1fý* Bhirgess,'Illdni P. IBcnt, dl~liher. Southi"Iiil ;lT w Smith,, E. L;. Vik XrTlc .Ncholls., 'Eites"t Lidin"- ]). MIeSwsad' ,1 Mills, F. \ýetRiding -J. LeI. age8 A. 1'tz gt ]3ariiett.' ly"31""Secret try-.Joln Keys.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

(1 LI1\DERS A1{DJI}A2GERONG. Mtets at; Diem mia tho;,]ast. .Stitnrd Lyj:in: ,::< , i., iiech m nth. EPFSIDýN':TT 11.Dwewiaid, 5.1?. COIFxd;L~Ons: r' Last 1udsing-D. =IiIairs;pJtE:h,'nA. Down-: j i U 1 .3 ]4,Iý., S~tanley. ?",;-i Centro ltidin'ý- Daidry, 3. C. W1Vest Riding -"', Pttrso, .' Anderson, 3.: . Cain; .P f T B ihuntz.

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

o 1oRNIING1ONi. If,,r;r>" WLeets in- Mornington Shiro ]Tial ,'the " SkCtirdvyý beforo full moon;" ` PRESIDEN :¶ ..C}SouiteiitJlE,'o 1oU]ihuCOUN~CILLORS: .ý i NotFRfgJ. D. Box, C."Souýtor, ., endl C. J. Fox (Frenkotff). } East Rtifling I1. IL.-Poadldo(THntings), J. Sawyer (Biornington),-T. Thornell West Ridin.'-J. E. Adais,"A. Dowmnavrd, ! J.r." W. %1 iih iieJ r . (Morniigtoii). 2-' ETAILY 'A1l n Ea(oiruingtn

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