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

'Tuvctions. R AFERANKSTON., SATUtrDAYt !NOVEMBER let; 189; at SJ. FOX has received instructions * ;from MRS LANE, to sell by auction on the' ground, Beach road, Franketon, her comfortable SIX-ROOMED COT TAGE, about TWO ACRES of land having a large frontage and splen .did ,depth:. Convaniemntto; iailwasy 'Statiion; Toknship, 'and Beth aind n a splendid position. Also the whole of her HOUSEIHOLD -FIURNITURES AND -IE l $ IEFFECTS! ) Ci Picetures, etc., without reserve. Full particulars and cards to view from, C. J. FOX, '. 'Auctioneer, S - Frankston. Notices OI E. 0· ' T I C" E.'~ mTHI tPOSTPONED MEETINGl of the Subscribers to the Public Hall at Somer ville ior the'purpose of appointing another Trustee will be hold at Mr A. Jones' on TUESDAY SEPT. 23rd at 7.30 p.m. .EDWD. McGURK Hon. Seer. ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY SCHOOL, t; FifANKSTOic i 3 E, ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Will be preached on ° , SUNDAY; SEPTEMBER 21:1 !t ByIthe -RE V. MR. GRIFFIN, Morning at 11, Afternoon at 3 - i't CHILDREN'S SERVIC...

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

;, +' 1"NoiiaBIYBFR" `! , Racing fixtures for next week : MoNDnA. 22NDND SEPT. Entries for general events Caulfield Cup Meeting 11th and 18th October. Entries for Monei Valle motl, aheeuig7tb1 C'I [ . f I t:> ýý i f 1 Entries for Yarrawonga races 9t6 October. ._. Muueýarrº s Sam-8 r-" Nil. WEDNESDAY, 2KTH SEPT. Mooneo Valley Trotting Meetic -Weightsu"fo" Hoopes"iin monfl meeting 27th. .'llif';qif'yto t ] THURSDAY, 25TH SEPT. Nil. I 9' ,. q In Y. , 2 H SEPT. SATURDAY, 27TH SEPT.. Mooneo ,VityilAd'itJi Leting.J I"A 1. " wIty11Rlye~jiesdien ago.ieari d itn for this wek'thaliwe have only a trotting and mnixed meeting during the whole week, and that both of-these I nieetinhs are held at Moonee Valley. Where does the equit able allotments of drites to race clubs come isiihisiwe9k,?r,Ask theV .R.O.1 Ofrthe adtent' of our big turf events we are always surrounded by artful devices and people, by:which andi'iwhdni' we aae in ,yeigled into reducing our credit balance, and adding that amount...

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SELECT POETRY. ONE OF MANY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

SELECT P'OETRY. ONE OF MIANY. I?;kno not ~oacl, till God i nuie does dwell, To guide this wayward, careless, wicked heart to rest; I know not peace, nor can I this conscience '. quell. - hdiit keeps throbbing-always throbbing in the breast. 'Twere sweet if back would turn this bad heart from its " old ways," And be cleansed by its repentance, for the past; But 'tis hard to make 'now footprints on " -' the boatet.patlh. f ?'iys' Thait's' been followed by so many to the S last. 'Twero sweet to feel the spirit winning back the laurels lost Which were thrown away so blindly in our youth ; But we never paused or pondei;d 'at the niomoent what 'twould cost To regain the " ways of pleasantness" , or truth.:; i 'Twere so easy when life's springing into summnuer's golden days, To run down the path of pleasure S strewn with flowers;! ; , j" But returiinig in the winter through the blind miiit and haze, Sweeps the. bitterness of spirit that. is Then the past com.es thronging' rofnd us, . but t...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

Teacier-= "Pgow, lnlt do ,you iniler-' stand b bramn;n orlk"? '? ,Boy??" When a man works with his head." Teacher --" Correct. "'And what :is manual labor ?" Boy-" When a. man Works with his hands."'; Teacher- That's right. To which of these classes do I belong when I teach ;you 7 What: do I use most in teaching you ?" Boy " A cane.". , Glass windows- commienced to make their, appearanice ;'in Engli!sh! pirate houses in 1180i, Glass was first bronght to ';ig ni34 fii:i . i " ;-.? "'"

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A METALLIC ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

A METALLIC ROMANCE. The columns of the Liverpool Mer cury give some details of i new triumph for electricity-a notable dis covory of a new, cheapi, and rapid process for procuring when in a state of purity that 'remairkable inetad, :alum inium, the inetamillic baic; f cominln clay, which, next to lime aud sandstone, is the most ablundant of minerals. Writh nearly all the useful properties of the metals employed in the arts, it is little more than two and a half times the weight of.water, and iron is nearly, three tunles c si heavy..: 'It' is rust'?roof, and for several purposes in alloys is of the: highest ?value:--- very fimall' addition to iron gives it extreme fluidity and at the same time toughness and- the snme remark applies to its mixture [with- ,bronze. Hitherto ,its preparation hiaslecii very costly,' as another meteljlie.base,. potassium, a. dear metal, with peculiar anid power ful decomposing qualities, has had to be employed, and a cost of the metal in a state,for, use, ...

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ST PAUL'S SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

ST PAUL'S SUIVDAY SCHOOL, ANNIVERSARY FRANKSTON. ----t On Sunday last, anniversary sermons were preached to large and. appreci ative congregations inthe abovechurch, by the Rev A. Caffin, the incumbent minister of St M3atliew's Church, Cheltenham. In the afternoon an address was given to the scholars of the united sunday schools. The Rev gentleman speaking from the words, " Children. obey" your parents in all things." There was a large gathering and the address was a most imnpressiv 'and' interesting one.' Oi 'iMonday evening the tea and, public, meeting was held in the Mechanics, Institute, when a large number' sat down to tea, the whole of wvhch had been gi?en by 3Mesdames O'Grady, Sturdce,, Pownell, Stevdns, ' nd Scarborouigh. Thse ladies were ably assisted in 'iaitiing on the tables by Mrs Robllinson, and the Misses Stevens and Scarborough (2), who were : most assiduous; in their attentiori to the' iwants of those assem bled., After. full' justice had :been doied t'tio the d tlh...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

HASTINGS. (FRox ouR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) It is rumored that on Saturday,,the im'i'?dr's' f" the l?the' HIistrigs" Battery now in the MIlelbourne'Barracks, return. to their respective homes. The fort nights hard- drill they have had will advance them considera;bly. I hear from some of those that live retixurned that, the routin,ogf duty is agreeably die'isified iby concerts in the eveunin and other amusements of a like nature ti is grntifyiiig to koni: thait their services on active duty have not been required up"'t? the pie'ent. I have. heard many expressions of regret fromnt some of the fair sx" during the past week, at ,their..unarordable absence from the socialPeeitiiig,~ iven by fMr and Mrs Peddle on Friday eveniri, last, whiuch judging from the number: prese!nt-(someL150) and the unabated vlgoriatfia zetwith whrich ll2necini was kopt -up--until daylight next 'morning to the inspiring: triiins of i first class quadrille band, it must have been an :enjoyable" 'party.:" The' ioomn'...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

S': RICKET. ?"i Ameeting was; held in the Frankston" Coffee Palace on Thursdly .evening last, for 'the, purpose of forming a cricket c?lub. 3Mr T. Ritchie .un., was voted to" the chair. .The name of.the club was agreed to hbe called ,! The Excelsior Cricket Club," and that the colors be Sblue and white.": TIie.following oflice bearers were'eleeted --Patrons': Dr L. L_: Smith, Messrs J. Grice, Norman Wilson, Mark Young, Dr Madden, and Cr Souter. Pr·sident : Dl)r Sturdee. Vicc-Presidents: 'Messrs, Jones,' Ritchie J. S Petrie, Thompson, and O'Grady. Secretary: [MrJ. Crosskell. Treasurer : Mr C. Dalman. Working Committee: Messrs Dailnaa, E. McComb, C. lBoi, Paterson; and :,.' Miillard. Match Committee!: Messrs C. Box, McComb, and Patersod'. NThoelectidonof captain was deferred untilthle tc?ti' inet.on 'th e 'round:. To?d,? a ;~ init lih miatchi will pltyedl, sides ;,toi; le ?: choseni on the grounds :;

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

,whi 4-eyankhia Uu .-nki preparations for holding their anniver sary Fseryices s; ee Pthe, ley Cr 1ily.lyo ron amt' prcahclds'soo-srlOs on Sunday next, and at the public tea meeting on the Wednesday following, quitfe aforinidablej arrat' tint is expected. The .rankston Brass Band willduring the afternoon perform selections of nmusic, which 'will materally heli) to miak the " outlay . enjoyable. -"L Mr 'Bok'o'f't" Frftoux 'is entrasted 'ivithl the mintnifa'cture'"of the necessary cake and pastry, and from his well, merited reputation as a caterer, nothing will be wanting of a reeliercte' 'chairacter.' All 'that/ is wanting to make it a great success is fine weather, and as on every previous occanion, the,presiding geniius of thait department has been most 'kind, sanguine expectations are held thait the forthcoming event, will prove. noi exceptioin; ?'as the bVxinictiin"of tlhe i debt on the church and the promotion of true religion are the"objects in view all nay wis it a success. Th...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

'ý . FL) DERU ' i ( OUaOW·. COU PONDENT) As a sign that this neighborhood is progressing, Mr Stephens is erecting a new bakery, and we are pleased to be able to inform our readers that is now rapiliyapprioaching completion. By the middle of next mouth the pro prietor will in all probability_ be able to supply'tthe' inhabitants of Mlindeir and district with bread and confec tioaiiry. T 'Weieshliin evediry iicceei. There is good trade down here in the shiping just now. The "True anini " and the " Swan " were both hrtr?"iil-ading' in Tuesday last. The "Tyro"." And " Kermandie" also call in regularily. This speaks well for the district. We are convinced that when the+ railway ies completed 't1thita uch larger-trade will be doie here in the shipping trade, and that in all probabilitythoTasmanian,mails will be shipped transhipped here and forwared to and from Melbourne bytiiai.i Th'e time saved by such an arrangement will be considerable. Football is on the wan.as the season is almost clo...

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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.] OTHER PEOPLES MONEY. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

I We are nalway ready to,puilish rorrespondence on'matters of interest. hut do not hold ourselves reaponsible, for the opinions ~expressed, by our Curreopontients;-En. 75:81 " I OTHER PEOPLES. MONEY. . "t / TO TH. EDITOi Sin,-I observed when atFrankston last week a?lot,of tree; guards stuck up all over the main streets, more un sightly objects the'eye'ould not rest upon, blqeking the smait thoroughfare to the d:inger of piedestrian and traps alike. For instance the accident which befell Mr Mason recorded in your'last issue (on a dark; night; of course the lamps were ,out which ought not to have been), this is a case in point, and if he siue tlhe council for damages, I think hb will have a very goon case 'iideed. I venture to say the council have no right to place such objects on the road withoutsproper protection..;' 1;lthink it would serve the purpose to hi e placed the trees in the middle of the streets) say one thirdl of the width and sur ronndedr:themn wiith ar neat 1picket f in...

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FOOTBALL. SORRENTO V FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

FOOTBA~T b ... *a "7SOXFa %TO T FiVLIDER5., .The.above teims met at Sorento on oaturday :last., Theo weather , being fihe;e,there was a good attendance :of spectatoris.? When these teams met at Flinders Indt month, Flinders came off victorious,; this time Soriirto gained an easy victory by 14 goals to nil. The local team took the ball to their opponents goal. from the start, at quarter time the scores were, Sorrento, '2 goals behinds, 'Fliiiders, nil;, half-time, Sorrento, 5 goals 1t behinds, Flinders, nil; three-quarter time,..Sorrento, 9 goals 106 behinds, Flinders nil in the last quarter Sorrento added 5 goals 5 behinds. The goal kickers were, T. Clarke, 5, (. 1sforce, 2, .1 UCain,' 2?4. E.( Keys, 0. Cain, .J. Spanner, F. Morse, anrd E. Clarke 1 each. The final scores were, Sorrento, 14 goals 2t behinds, Flinders nil.. Mr.Hickford' acted as central umi ver ai> rily.

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AN UGLIER MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

AX UGLIE'R aL LV. SAs one goes about the world one often picks up' a iarrative which mniy illustrate' ai morality,: imid 'ian ' are the curious' incidents which occur; aind in this connection we' must recall the. absurd, story of the. commerdial trtveller .who rhiulb jouruoyi, in' Europe, got into a raihlwy cairraigOe iit: wliclh.he.found. a _ gentlemai..sittig.. The two exchanged glances, as in the manner of fellow-travellers. From looks'they proceeded to words, and ini theocourse of time there was -nuch animated 'coii 'dirsitiou?,: '[hie destin4 atin of the travellers~'e ? s grseat' northern:toiwn, and for6.severalhoiurs our two travellers showed all. the mutual amenities possible on a it iihvly journey. As they neared "the gre`it station,: the lsquiro·foriso;he mnight be properly termed-saiid 'to tihe .coin mereial traveller-- . : "Wheredo you happen to be putting' up in this lace . . Atthe Crss the reply. i"Now, look here, my friend, aid the squire, "I live at rther-a- pretty pl...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

SCIENTIFIC VOTES. TuE 'TEiLAu.TORa.PHr.-Professor Elisha Gray ofllinois has'obtained letters patent for a combination of instrumelits called the" telautogaph " consisting of a .transmitter and re ceiver. It is designed fortraiismitting messages, by;wirc: between. distant points by'the' sender in his own hand writmg, thus doing away with skilled operators. The invention is lased on the discovery,,of a nenw principle in controlliig the electric :urrent'-where by a pulsatory current is produced, all previous attempts to transmit haiid writing having been based on the use of a varible current... The invention says the New York correspondent of a contemlporary, is reported to' work so accurately and rapidly as to give promise of being commercially suc cessful. TILE TuRPENTItE-AND-T.tu ClU E rol DlseIITIIE:tr..-In a report to the French Academy of Medicine Dr Del thell ;stated.that the vapors of liquid tar aid tupentine 'would dissolve the librmous exhalations which choke up the throat in...

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FRANKSTON WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

On S:itiudii lst co: if6renlee of representatives from Frankstoni and Ntoriiingtoi tlook plae at . itori ior Mr Moselev'k' iiropei? ht t he head of the Kanckerýhoite creek a large number oflrepresentatives turning up fromn both places b,' ?uW il io?,i,, "' Mr Muntz the engineer appolinted by the Franikston repre.entatives to re ,rt upon the?nater?isnphl iii the neighborhood '*wnas im, atednincine iml explained the steps hl had Itaken in iniking the presenlt report. in ,',ri junction with Mr Woodrof one of the leading engineiers from the r:ilway department, he hid inspected;l the locality, and in their opinion the site upomiwhich they werea.ninstebh.bd was the most suitable one in..the district. The citlchment area was n.oo? d one. and aplentiful supply of water could be obtained for the reqlirentelts of both Fr.ukston and Morniiugton. By throwing an emhlankment 'aro.s the creek I30ft.,.high.50,oO(n,(K) gallons of water would be conserved, antd if it were raised to '40f. they would h...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

sPORTLvG NOTES. [BY E aRLY BalD.1 Sacing fixtures for next week: ' i. . -: 1 MONDAY. 29Tr SETiT .Z ntries for Epioni~T-meeting 8th Oct. , ' . T DA; SOrnH SEPT.' , Nil. SWRiNE8DAY, 1ST Ocr. .... Etries for Moonee Valley Cup meeting S.. 25th.. ,, , • .., ., " . - . Weights for Yarnawongis th.' STiUHrDATn , 2ND Ocr. SWeights for Moonee Valley Cup meeting S-':25th .; • : : ' : '. ..: . *-: fRiDAT; 3D Oci. ..:Ballarat Hunt Club Races, S' ' SATURDAY. 4T ? OCT. Melbourne Hunt Club races. '..Adelaide Hunt Club races. 1.. ' C.notes in a nutshell.' Most sue '- cesib?l meeting ever held. at Randwick; -isplendid weather, and other accessories essential to the enjoyment of the sport of kins were in evidence; Melbourne visitors : *in .strong "attendance; racing very ex ' eiting'; several dead heats; Derby field best everlnown, and keenest contest for any blue ribbon; short heads separated Sthe three placed horses, Gibraltar. Gatlin5, Sand Whimbrel; Gatling saidto be a much im proved colt since Ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER SPECIALIST., D l JAtiS 'D. LLEt1ELL , w a It dnly J Qnali:.cd and leniratnercd by the Medical loards of Victoria a:md Noeu Steath Wales. is aware thae by deprcting :ron he usual routine of pnetnce and deaolito? lhnlfl cxclunsvely to a special ranch, which he ha dlone for somne tne. he is Inot fstretly loilwi:gcathe paths of prif?asionil etiqnuette: iutn as cosiderble onden of the parofesion are still dispoaed to stand coldly slot fromm anyone of their nuabor who naluires pop ulartty in the treatment of ceertai ailments and is really a iedical Speciniat.,le isIs non'. -eitato an resar towhlat lie conidern laitina:.l? slalln toe thle paltoiel Of disartnin-;eynlial criticism. ad:l of eglaging as fInr ai hle is ahle the con. lihlene of the potlia. I is: astdlly better to seek a.nistance froa: tle qunalilit olstititner in refrerence to the quaci.. The true degattntias of qnackery belongo to thse elastlel dsaeln urinors who. riel'laut a particle of Ilmlirc.d kno.vl-l...

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THE CRIB POINT JETTY. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

THE CRIB POIY'Z' J:ETY. DEPvUTATIroN i'O ~ THE MINISTER OF ,n ,,leda la-di .ast a deputation consisting of:Cr Downward -president of the Flinders and Kangero-tg shire, three other councillors and a number o€ iifueuhtliitfijentlemnisni intereste jai h locality w'mited upoiihe 'Minister of Customs to bring: under his notice the necessity of jetty accomodation at Ciil, iPoint:j,'i' The'f depiltationil: was introduced by. the .ion L. L. Smith M.L,.A. Cr Downward in urging the request stated that the residents of Crib Point and "he? loeahlty' felt 1they;l ,ind a grieveance in tnot h.ming' jetty .ecom niodation provided. Originally it was 'iute`'?£hon ofiei· ? rlica dep )tiii0nt to miakd Crib 'Poiht th?' terminus;,tand with this understanding a number of persons had purchased land .there for which they had paid a very high price, anticapating that a jetty would be provided and also enjoy the advantage of a terminus. The railhay hiowever had been carriedn'totoitony Point, about 2 miles and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

-Every one )tkht to Isure Ag~a s ;Fire. < l THE 'NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF" AUSTRALASIA, I(LINITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLTNS Aq~4?.IA-Rj-E STREETS, MIELBOURNE. ...... .TQ. _ . . Ij,,Y SEEC.TORS:,,-I ·:...· Thoaus MousBAT, ESQ., J.P., Chairmnan._r G. D. COATEN, Esq., M.P. Taos;: LsToN,EsQ.;J.P., Vice-Chairman.n R. G, BENSON, EsQ., J.P. - - Miirrid LAGo, ESQ., J.P. (M.adrobf O Melbourne) . . . .....-- I - _-HON. C. 3. He, ML.C .. ..- ... ..LOW-EST." CURRENT iRATES OF PRE[IIUM, '-BushFiresh and GasExplosions Covered . Without Etra Charge. WILLIAM 3MACREDIE,, .. . . - ' . u i ' T: , e '`,' e Agent for Franinstoni--M iE.r EBn. . " Agent.:for Mqrnington--J E. WORRELL. ,. , t ., , [pARD.] I A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. s., 1m-' (Successor'to*Da. ATKINS.) -ay be CdonsiltdslDiiilj;athiiF Residence, "-TATIARA," .,BAT, STREET, ,., " 1F A N KS TON. Hoio.May. nalso be;Consulted at ., ' AS'rINGS At 1'r. Cooper's Royal Hotel every Wednesday betteeni 11 and 12 noon. Also at - . SSO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890

I . ,Bootmakers., . Frankston Boot Warehouse.. 1 .. .:l· h. .' r1,!,:-. i'+,C. + , ý t 11".. J. REYNOLDS & .CO.,; . RACTICAL TA .BOTMAKERS . , . .. ,, i , / " 'i; :t it ;++ ;.".,, ; '-, 1, .. SP.?Z . SrE .RKTON.: ,D..I -;'. ld Pirixs;;SxansTl, Prrxrsxoii;.,:,,, , A -ZARGE ~and Vardie Stock of Ladies' f n iina''ltlemen £ Loots and Shoes' : always on hand. Boots of allDneseriptions made to Order S, ,.: FitsGuaranteed.,: .. .: Hand Sown Work a Specialt M.ELBOURNE' PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. T: COREY, A!1) ?+3[ENTOAE PA.iARDE, MENTONE, 3 IN- STi:EET; MORDIALLOC. .IOOTS and' SHOES nMade to 'order; '1..: Repairs: Neatly .'Executed; -Ready -Mado Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices . . ~ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and.Estate Ageats. SHIRE OF. MORNINGTON. CROSKELL,) RITCIIIE & .CO., ..(Of.. Melbourne and Frinkston). ieneral: Auctioneers, House a. •nd Landi Agents, ' l? LboldWeekly Salesas Advertised HORSES, CATTLE. &c., ALSO LAND SHOUSES, FURNI...

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