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

S(FSao e uow CO asRE sONDEa z.) !te; Dromana Literal' As sociatioip pupses giving an en tprtainnent on Fiy the 26th instant, in aid of the pii~bo fund of the Mechanics Institute. Th programme will contain the names of, several members:o- the ois tion tibgther 5vitl# thate' f otheri lte and gentlemen well known to the public of Dromana. With fipi weather there shbuld be .fli fhll onuse. ThlednIi1 tainment, I understand, will consist of glees; -drets,; -`val airdlingtritfiiietil songs, recitations, readings, etc. .5 At the last committee meeting of the local mechanics Institute held on `Tnesd rth' 9th tli atai iiirob tiiioce was given by the President i that at the next meeting, he would move that the institute be enclosed with 4a fencer The'Gosiidaratien4 the purchase of' more books; for the library was also postponed ititil the next meeting... It may not'be geiierdally Inoyln that the committee hirni !decided that the reading rooiiiY''hal lie" openii' t'the public on Thursday afterd...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

MAILS. UFLW:1RED2A1T FRANKSTON: From t ebun-I t~nmt~a:''" Fionn oi~ionington--9.a.;L:n.and -1p.m. Fromt DromRann-9. ana._ .FroliI Cowes and :SaiOxReniiia!Monday, 'JWednesday and Fridoy- 1 p.m.;.. `;:;.

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

(FRo ouRS OWN CoRRESPONDENT.) ;'Theiwenther.forsithsoeiast:week.has been 'o variaible charaeter,;.'fine ;days i alternating with showery days, but oni the whole therelis Z~a" t3 5t~or grass this~ year. The roads' ia, lfe neighborlhood of th&' 'f O iship, 'which have been nearly impassable for some ,ti me-past; ar nifg tcget a crust oa them, no doubt to the satisfaction of those;who -aremenigagedt>in'cartaing wood to the various railway stations in tlhe vicinity. Should the strike con tinuefo'r isomelilel ilogr5' 'tiere is i every prospect of plenty-of work for woodcutters; and carters this sumiter; even l'\v(ther4 is' nore demand for firewood than we have ever exper ienced&beforeg :Xhen tour fori t'i: iegin to get thinned out there w11 be plenty of settlers,, on the projected hue to Flinders. very glad to find a market for , their ~timber, which, at present eicumbers their land and fur nishelcs fuel for the destructive bush fires that annually ssweep through Balnm...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

GENERMIAL POST OFFICE. For; 1o1Iebungeo11.4 unm-.-.24, p noo For Souiiirvi11-le :n~: ') ai, V.I. For Ha stingso-9.2 a Bm.. For; Cowes and S~ui. 1DcsnG--~Tuesday, ' Thinslad ansd Siaturda-.'5 C) mu

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CORRESPONDENCE. We are always ready to publish correspondenes on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselver responsible for the opinions expressed by one Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

,.(CO1RESP.ONDENCE. A We are always ready to-pnblish correspondenes on matters of interest, isot do not'liod 'onuseirer responsible for the opinions exprreisd lay one Correspoudente.-.-Eo. 5.50, ; ":q: ;!, *" s To Ton EDITOR 8Sp,--I noticed in your paper some twolweeks agnoHTy narnmeito a;petition presented-to -the -council for -their sancdtion to open ars rstrcet through the park.I, av tinforn-rthe resident'sfal ttlirou'g)J pappieditha I have never seen such a petition, far less signed it. .cntl I shoutldllkoetheo gentlemani that got if up to bi cairefuil in usigmy, n, it houtnewtotny author .ity. rs of busisness h'lprcented inc takiing; nutloceof itlbe foreithis.) And I hereliby protet agatilst t'c. spoilatioi of the pagk,'1by the cutting of such a roiidwavy throug'h it, as to disfigure it for all ti iicto conic , ]amn well awatire am g ing Iagainst my own .interest in the in ttt'r insvercthcless, I am wUlliii to fm r ryiithntrs.i1 the benefit of thc tonnhihp 'f IvdWOidcr what the...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 20th SEPTEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

"Not taimfdraioyorahir j PUBLISHED YEVERY SATURDAY MORNING. UB.i i-ii.; 20th SEPTEMBER, 1890. IT lhas been saidthat'*'grEitthings if i depend on very small results," and it. is gcncrally acknowledged tliha lid the labor party foreseen the trouble and inconvenience that Ihas beeni brought upon the community they wroulil have hcsiated before! talkiing tlih actioni thy did some few weeks' ago. 'The iI much tainlked of Corrina difficulty at the .out set io doubt appeared'ito b1'iicrysmall matter, and was one that might havre been settled without the large;amount of feeling thait has been brought h into existence, and if one of those at the head of sonme of the socities bhl .used simply conmmon sense, it should have caused no difficulty whatever Imai[ll irevious dis putes the action of a muiaster discharging a workman hLisi`Fvr bieen clilleiiged, ild this isi a; right thattant y employer mius at all hazards suistain, othernwise all systemn of manageumeit will becoine di§i organised. hnt ...

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LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG, Tuesday, 16th September [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

LOCAL MAB1KF!'S DANDENONG.. Tuesday3 '16th September Howrad and Scott report :-Dairy cattle a small suipply of all desciptions, and sales were dull at, a slight reduction on, late. quotaitions. Pigs were also poorly ropre seuted, lihut the market was very brisk ;.t full' late.i:values; stores and young pigs bcing iiich inquired for.. Calves-a mnod number peiined, prices being slightly easier. :. - .-. sJl Clarke .and- Co vs rt: Dairy ti ittld--o geod "ipply.'yiirdcd. chiefly in ferior to mediniii quaility; comipetition dull; prices ruled low; springers, a fair supply yarded, which met sith resdy. sale at fair prices, best sold to £8; niedium to £5; dry cows and young stock afair supply to hand which quitted i'readily at good 'priceis Pigs-A small supplycoffat .pigs penned, which met with brisk competition; pries rnuled to 40sfor big porkers; lightweights to 28s; baconers to "59s; stioes, a laro supply iyarded;:which sold: well at' vod prices; stores to 25s; slipis to 17s stickers fr...

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

PICKINGS. Theresa no real conflict between- truth and politeneess; what is imagined to be such is oonly the crude mistake of those who fail to discover their har mony. Politeness, taken in its best sense, is the graceful expression of respect, kind feeling, and goodwill. Boys.-On no account ignore a boy'a disposition to investigate. Help hini'to understanid vhat-he is about: We are too apt to treat a boy's seeking after knowledge as mere idle curiosity. "Doin't ask questions - is poor advice to 'boys. If you 46 not: explain puzzling things to them, you oblige them to make many experiments before they fmd. out;. jandj though experimental knowledgeii best in one sense, in another it is not, for that which can be explained clearly does not need experimenting with. If the principle involved isunmderstood, there is no further trouble, and the boy can go ahead intelligeitly. There is no power of love so hard get and 'keep as a kind voice. A kind hand is deaf and dumb. It may be rough in f...

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SELECT POETRY. FATHER'S LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

FATHER'S LOSS. i;aB fingers, soft and tiny, Play about my face no more; 'or ever-huahed the:pretty prattle-i The little cry in times of suff'ring, The morry laugh when all was well What a world they were unto me. My poor heart alone can tell. And when weary toil was over, .,And I sat to rest awhile, There were few.delights could equal. . - , lHer sweet baby-kias andri niile. ) (I But " we seldom prize the music 'Till the sweet-voiced bird has flown;" And I knew but half her value Till the little one was gone. Yet I'll try to be unselfish, And not wish her back to earth, Vhere her cup so full of suff'ring, Left so littlo room for-nirth.' j ; ust a week o: t~i'of'sinshii?e, Then a month or two of shade so th tiny blossom4 perisl'd, And in earth's cold heart was laid. ,nd thoughj years of toil and hardship Nigh have wreck'd the faith I had, Yet a little lamp remaineth, . Cheering mtop hlub.wersianl ) ! f ( ilessed lamp of hope, it gloweth Iiopo that all my doubts are vai; r . And that ...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

PUBLIC MNEETIN dAT MORDIALLOC. : S we-tndmeeting of resi of Mordialloc was held on Tuesday evening lastJoxrthe purope of con 'sidering theadvisaility takingtep to secure `legal protectidin to th township during the continuance of the strike. Mr Thoinis Rennison, who ocupicdi the chair; 'stated that since the first week of tlie trike Mordialloc had been without police protection, the constable in charge vaaingt beon called upon to do duty in 'the city. He could not say that any serious depredations had ;taken place; nor could he say iait di'sordetly conduct had been more rife than hitherto;yet there was no telling the moment police aseistance might be required. He tlieifore.thought:the residents should appIioit' a iiilaice committee and ascertain what step should be taken to have its members invested with power to take ;action iii case aý;breach' of the peace should happen. The suggestion of the chairman-was acte&upoa, and a larg coinmittiee *is formed of which' Mr T. W. coop...

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

CRICKET. iA meeting for the piurpose of form ing a cricket club will be held at the Franbton:CoffeePalae on Thursday evenming, the 25th inset., at eight o'clock sharp. All intending members are earnestly requested to be resent.

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS A NEW ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN BANK. Sept. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS I ,P io) f1he'Mcieerne papers.` 1 A NEW ANGLO-AUSTRAllIAN BANK. Sept. 13.;," A new Anglo-Australian bank, is being floated iunder. the; title of the Bank of United Australia. The capital of the proposed bank is 2,000,000, of which £600,000 has boeenunderwritten:;LY'hedirectors are ilensss ;Arthur Maguisc, Jervie, .Ogg. HRenry Brandon and W. IHowardl Smith. The manager is Mr Tom Hills, iirho has been actively engaged on the project. The local directorate com prises severalV lcading citizpns) and mercantile gentlemen. Al1AIR8 IN, AFRICk. \ Sept. 10. ~1Avery excited debate, in which there were .;miuy.s oeiepy of disorder,' took place in the Portugueso General; Cortes yesterday, when the convention with the British Government relative to the Africanl terriforial idislte'wvas submitted for the ratiikation of 'the Chambers. ;;! The eon ii'tion which oncoeded" to England the prsicipal claims miaide on (her bohalf, vwas very strongly criticised and several members severely...

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TOWN AND COUNTRY SKETCHES. A CITY CLOUD. BARS AND BARMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

TOWN .-AN"D --OUN-TR~ SKETCHES. ~, A CITY. CLOUD. . BAlS' jA1`DBARMAIDS. ^ of the papers of axrrdelaide exchange an appeal fbm}a` cilerical; gentlieznaw. ithtcity .to the public o rather to ie teetotalers of Adelaide, exhort, ingitheena to visit the barmaid, and' statitng that' she was inot tie blood redfrose *oflust and wickednes she was represented to be, bnt'a lily of. virtue ,and a minister of grace, and he' proudlyy ackndwledged that he had an aquaintance' with many ofthese' anae beer ppllers bThe assurance "of thaijilmy' .getitlei~nini does not. appear to be e geneuli sittment, and he no doubt, nowwishes that he had neverex' presseddan 'opinion of the virtust' of the'disspenser of intoxicative liquors Adelaideis' mnown as the ho'Iy city of. the colonies, and perhaps the barmaids of the sister colony,:are unsullied, and all that the Rev Marion asserts The parsona paragon of perfection s. un-. fortuiiately a rare arsiin " iarvellious. Melbourne NiShe is no saint, a perfect siren...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

F1P UI o~. iot1~QW a ,ThrDU3TR Y, The following account of a new refri erator for the cnarriage of fruit is given iii Californian pa er, Winter'cs . Iprcsa-" This car is the patient of Mr Goodpll, of Chicago, and claims severail pohits of excellence over i the conquinion frigator car hithlereto iased, The main point of spnremacy over the dead airna: a the complete ,enti .tlo il;hh lanidis the fruit in arfept podition. after;the eight days, journsytto :.Chicago. =The ilterior of the er isso conatricted that the ice occupies the topi and sides, the chests -of > fruit occupying Uthe .cntire of the car. .The hot air from the fruit strike the ice asi d l eiirig raided by the notion;if the par, creates a cirrent of frieid air that cir iulates freely thrggih tie ospaces that are in the crates. ihle three tons of ice are rcplenished at 'rumpkoe--At Omaha therentilators are opeiic ,and here liesthe grand success sored by the inventor. A currpnt eof oits'4e air enters and strik s.the fruit...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

SCIENT!IFfIC NOTES., 1 Mrirtt mpt1'bveing,'m orcvsve the discredited science .of phrenology. Mi Berniard Hollander contributed to the. Londost ianthropological' Itsititute a paper on brain functions, in- con tinuation of a previous one virhich' ivai printed in the journal of the insitiit6. His endeavour is to show that there is a striking faiiilarity i betwen midern experimental - researches land.,,tlie observatioiis iade by. the founder-'of the plhrenological doctrine. For in stance; the centre for visual perceptTon and ideation, considered 'by =some physiologists to bethe centre for the. conceintratin of atteintion, corresponds with the locahlisation of concentrative ness by. George Oombe. From some phrenological observations published, in the Zoas, it ; itppears that Mr Herbert Spencer considers that the orear which Dr Gall iioted it be' connected with visions and hallucina tiois fio- joias 'the centreUfor the reication .of ideas, which in its unnaturalJ:ctionsis accompamed.t a d...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

IT ix. hard to realhiseigys ttlo Age 'he -oxista iccf a~ci seal n 597 feet thick, yet sucbh is the record of the Government diaimond drill nt,work'gonrthejqMaoyvale' Coal Compiiay's lease at Morwell. ;The-i foreman in charge of the drill as forwarded a report to the Secretary for Mines, in whlich he states that a depth of 121 feet the drill entered a seam of brown coal, in which it continued without any break, except whilst pa sin the htlir si-all bands of i, lutithe dril:fludlywient through the seam at 718 feet. It is, with ouit doubt, the largest seamn of brownJcoah, found in any part of the world. A number of fine cores of the coal have been brought I up,; and are found to contain remarkably clear impressions of fossil leaves. A TEST for watered milk consists in dip ping a welljiolisshed knitting-noedled into a deep vessel of dilkand then imunmediately a withdrawing it in an npright:inanner.)l If; themnilk be pure, a drop'oftlhe 'fluid will' 1 hang to the needle' ut thd iaddition...

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

. AFORNVG O2 v: .,(rnomroun, ow~conirn'SrdXDz~ij!f c verye siden ldeathi occured here on Vednesday last,!to the wife of Mr Tiainors Inte of the Mount Martha -Coffee-Psacc--T-he-- deceased-wvas sitting hviing lunich iwhein she was seized with an epileptic fit from which she neer- ledl although the ser rices of Dr hecsd nwere talled in at once they were of no av'iii'L&D e d iievesi famiily of six young i to iuiouri hei.loss. Consideiable \ improvements and idditions are to belin ade to.the Police quarters at oonuiiiton, tlhe peieent resideince is" tobe pulled down; and a nelit ml coafoirtable building erected in tsplae thepresent building being I ilso under. and thab addititps and icuovnitionsiaeir contciuplated to the post-ofie. The further; extcnsion of the.,.jetty is to b carriod out atoDuce, instructions ihayig beenirceived by the 1u'spector in ch re to th it effeetot A furthei confeieice of the North amid Wist Ridiig coinicillors is to take 1:itce d, , to confer' and in s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

IAN- TERi TNQ-LETT, SPEC. IAL2I S r F h' Q aolid n , 'll trttiredf bt the elbdcoal Bioard of Victori- and New Southi Wei, Ii aware that by de?tanii" fiomn' the ua?1 troutine of procthewralndevootl hhoe bofooxaltm rey" 'splqetal blnrani tfhrf'helds ldbi trf6i"so'i e flmei: e is not but, s a ronsiIleratll, cbo of thplroftoAiqn re aoell ditpoe .l'lo-&aid !olltlf of-oo oo'a5r toe o 1rt ir nuDber who acquires i the tretEnt o - certir -hntiia'i rielly' dicil Speiatl i sl he odlc.;not, ke j.it ;,tqtie3.rtjt;to whtha. -o stide rr Itr-iti. moino aIr to he iip/oiiof ilisl.'iio. cy6.'ica ,riFU t-d!dtad enMf ~Iii Fa'fi4 he ii abl'the oil;. denci e a', the public. It i.-;rll . better .to.'k .-,iain fremao th 1 'ialinfllt ir,',it1i ner6 l qire'erne1 totlottutcltsipj.n1. .,;( iti? .nlj.t. THe true designstion of qulckerv belong to rhasso? hamrleR di adreli'urr s oal. . witho mt a particle of oediut knolt.tige or a titi?i o clanii to the hloniblesl det'iw, i. i!n (hele hoeirumi.?q CCBB'AIAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

Every one O t to Insure : Again Iir~ THE NIATIONAL INSURANCE, COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, 1(LtrrTED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE." S DIRECTOOS. S.:: TwoaxoS MomirA, a cW I4"narin ivi'bb THos. ALSTOn,Esq.,J.P.,Vi CChirIm. . G. BsNsoN, Esq., J.P. bMA1TrTraEWA.. .PIsH..O.7.Cr. A 3.ii.1c- - Melbourne)*, .r rJC1LbVEST(CURtHNTARATES OF PREMIUIM. 'Burh-Fires and Gas EplosionE gCovered eithout.Extr Car. A Woh VILLIAM MA1CBEfDIE, Secretary. -Agent for Frankston--MARK BROD - _ _ Agent for Mornington--J E. Wo nRE. - r r Prof ssio.nal. [CARD.]. A. H. STURDEE,P'T ISURGEON. , S (Sncecessor to Dn. I Tka s.) in May t-Pairsay athis Residence, BAT STRBEET. FRANK'STON. iHe May also .be .Consulted at .. ,HASTINGS.' -'t At Mr. Cooper's RoyalHotel every Wednesday between 11. and 12 noon. 'Alseoat " 5SOMERVILLE' Every Monday, betiween 2 and 4 p.m., at the residence of MR. TboR. THORNELL. HOURS AT HOME E(DAILY) : O To 11 Ax. 6 to 8 P.x. Dr SCAXT>LEDJRY May he consulted at h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 September 1890

Boot m00RakerBs. Frankston "Boot-Warehouse. J REYNOLDS: & -CO. PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, ''Puimn STD5KTFaxzix" . "i"+ -: · Ili':, !: i ?'aI LE ., g LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' ind Gentleimen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. loots ofn nl Descriptions. mae to .Order. -Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. i Repairs; Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES.', BOOT .AND SHOE WAREHOUSE.; :T. COREY, MENTONE PARADE, 31ENTONE MAIN-STIREET, MORDIALLOC. BOOTS: and SHOES mado:.to, order; B :. Repairs ,Neatly Resented; RBeady Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices.' A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Anetioneers and Estate Agets. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL; RITCHIIIE & CO. (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auetioneers,. House and Land Agents, L TIhI hold Weekly Sales as Advertisod HOBSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, Ac. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers:T THOMAS BITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered. All Commuinicati...

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