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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890
! JA+ '?llfri _O"1A I 4A s did specilre.s of the painter's art mniybol'sn in the sl:op of Mr Richmond, chemist, of Bay street, Frankston. The work has been executed by Mr Hellier who has lately commenced business in this township. The walls and fittings of ths,. shop are decorated,with, floral designs and are a great credit to the workmsan, is quite equal, ind in' fact slperior, to sinidcl of the work that is! donbj by.4city, !houses. Mr Hellier may expect to do a large trade in the district. :IN Mr Frame's letter, of. lst week a typogriphical eeo'r oecurred. "It appeared. 'I amt willing to forget'." instead of" I aun willing to forego." We sMake this correc tion in fairness to'tlin'writer c r s the mis take entirely alterslthe reading. ,:'Or Satirrday lasts the :water supply conferenrye f residseta-'Jr.imnkston and. "i"?oiiintonmniet st the head of the'Kscker oosti Creek. 'i neir Mr Mosety's property. Thie instter :i?"s cirefidlly 'considered and generallysdisciissia. Mr Miutz late...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rushly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 27th SEPTEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890
"Notidmii,4ortxusi1 PUBLISHBED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 27th SEPTEMBER, 1890. IT is now an acknowledged fact that one of the chief,industries of.,,this; country, as of most other countries is agriculture. Those who remember 'the colonies in the early daysfare vell acquainted with tihe large monpoly-that l wa ileld'Iby tlhe squatting community. Large tracks of the most valuable land was held at a mere nominal rental by a few private individuals, being `used by them as cattle or sheep runs. Few laborers were required lin the management of these stations,i and the gentlemen whol enjoyed' the priviledges referred to exercised a sort of landcd monopoly. These days, how ever have passed away and with them those who in'their'day amid .gi.i.tioi"'. re tihe pioneers of the colony," Or late years th.e desir-of those who wh • . mi' l l )t ll i '~ . ' ti, tDlll happy community on the land of the colony. Frem the'days of bursting up large estates down to ,lie 'present. time, of bonuses and free l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 27 September 1890
-Siis CERITAIN CURE roa INDIGESTION, r IVER alld KIDHEY DISORDERS, DEBILITY,:-- : GOUT, =-- -.RHEUMATISM, &c. READ ESTIMONIALS.WWAPE WITH EACH BOTTLE. ACT AS A VALUABLE APERIENT and TONIC In conjunction wiith the DAnDELION ESSENCE.' Dunstone's om ndEs&enoer of Dande lion and Liver .Pls;are sold at 5n. and .-. respectively, by al Ohemiste. 1- - I VICTORIAN RANGERS! G. COMPANY. ITho '(POSTPONED ' 'MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT in aid of the BAND of the above company, ,will be held in th. Orderly Room, Chelten ham, on THURSDAY NEXT, October 2nd. Splendidi prograsmriio arranged. Tickets ;?'!Front Seats 2s. 'Backs SeatsIsi : G GENERAL M1EETING'of the Menmu hers of the1o Frankston .Quadrille 'Assenbly will lie lield at the Mechanic's Institute, .on :! TUESDAY. EVENING NEXT, Septeniber30th, at 8 p.m. Modm bers are.particularly, requested to attend. THAus RITCHIE, Junr., Hon Sec. FRANKSTON QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. ' The Ladies' General Committee of the above will meet in the Athenmimn, ...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
MOORABBIN. Meet in the Slhire Hall, South Brighton. first Monday in each month. PRESIDENT: R, Mills. Coucnzr,oRs: North Riding-W?. G. Burgess, Hon T. Bent, F. Hollier. ' Scuth llRiding-W. Lamb Smith, E. L. Vale, Ed. )icholls. .. :East Riding- D. McSwain, R. Mills, F. LoPage. West Riding -J J. Daly, D. Abbot, BE. Barnett. . Secretary-John Keys. ,. ,
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
FLINDERS AND KAGERONG. Meets at Dromana the, last Saturday in each month. PRESIDENT: A. Downward,. J.P. COUNCILLORS: East ltiding-D. Mairs, J.P., A. Down ward, J.P., R. Stanley. Centre Riding- -. Baldry, J. C: Grifiths, W JDrown. ' West Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY: Peter Nowlan. TREASURER: T. B. Muntz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington' Shire Hall the Saturday. before full moon.: PRESIDENT: : 0. Souter, J.P. COURCILLORS : North Riding-J. D. 1ox, C. Souter, lJ.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding--H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adamns, A. Downward, J.P., W. H. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND ENGINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
MORNINGTON; (FROI OUW OWu s ow-I Coasro?nDEYT.) Spring timeis raiidlr'approaching and the surrounding country is now assuming a verdant green, owing to the increased warmth of the ground consequent upon the strength of the sun's rays. The days and nights being now of equal duration, we have have had a taste of the equinoctial gales during the earlier part of the week, wheni at times it blew almost strong enough to verify the proverbial saying of nautical men and leave anyone exposed to its fury,, without-head gear, bald-headed for the rest of, their natural life. Mr John Byrne head teacher of the State school here having applied for a position"- nearer town owing -to" his family being grown up, and wishing to obtain situations for them, and.. havo them under parental control,ih h'as been superceded by Mr Adaina of falven, a gentleman' very highly spoken of. Very; mniy,eidents and parents are annoyed that a contemporary last week should have cast an uncalled for slur upon the late he...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
(Faiox A CoanSPro'rNmD .) As correspondence from these parts appear very irregular in your issuesli thought I would send in a few items of news that may be of interest to your readers: The concert which the Droinmana Literary Association promised to give in aid of the piano. fund of the Me chanics' Institute; w'as held on Friday evening, the 26th ult. There was-a good attendance, and, as the pro gramme was a good one, the audience thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The concert was opened by- an overture-by the Misses Sievewright and Watson. The Rev F. Jolly then sang " We Tars that o'er the Ocean sail." This was followed by a recitation by Mr W.; Brady "The Life Boat." The next.wasea- song by Miss Fowler "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen " which was well received. Mr Rigg then sang "Plymouth Sound." This was followed by, a `very hanmuinggi read :ingby MT. Chapman "The Trial. of 'Patience." -The niext on the pro. gramme was a glee t" Hunting Song" by Glee Party, which was highly ap pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
AN INTERESTING LETTER SPECIALIST. Qualied and Registered by the iedf Ioards of Victoria and New South ake, Is aware that by departing from the usual otndos of pM:oe and devoting bimself excumvely to a special bmob which he has done for some time. he to not strietl following the paths of professional etiquette but, aos a considerable body of the proession are still disposer to tod coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires popularity in the treatment of certain ailments and is really a Medical Specialst, ? does not hesitate to resort to nwhat he considers Ileitimoa means for the purposeo dlisarming cynical criti ise. and of engagig nas far as he is able the con. ddence of the public. It is assuredly better to seek assistance from the qualified prctitionesrlinprterence to the quack. of The true delgnatlon of quackery belongs to those ohamoeles adveonurers who, without a particle of medical knowledge or a tittle of claim to the humblest dep??senot of thie proles-an. practise...
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
HASTIY GS. . (FnoM oxU owN COBRESPONDENT.) After the late movement of the' military stationed here, matters have settled down to their usual quietness. The men have returned to their usual avocations,.ell.pleased aindnio doubt: beautified by their fortnight under canvas, and their five hours drill per day.; .OOn leaving the barracks Major Otter gave a short iSddress to the men, in which he complimented them on their. appearance, .proficency. in drill, also on their good behaviour while in Barracks. A number of promotions were made of which I have not got the list. ...... ...:. The alterations to the reading room are now completed, it is a decided improvement,. and will' leave the trustees in debt to the extent of about £10. To assist in wiping out this amount, Mr ,Cooper of the .Royal Hotel has geinerously comei forward with an offer to defray all expenses of,a ball,..to; be held, on Friday;lOth, October; theentire p'roceeds of which he will give to the above purpose, we could easil...
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
SFLINDERS. (Fno O.R OWN ,coRRESPON . The decision of the shire council iibo to permit the curtailment of the old established road from Boyd's, on the main road, to Singleton's, will be welcomed by all who desire to. have the rights and privileges of the people presewved. .How, such a principle as to'thke 'f?oim one; iad=give to another section of the community, a "robbing of Peter to pay Paul," i~ould be, regar ded as just and equitable, it is difficult to understand. Had Cr Baldry made a proposition in favor of opening a new road on its own merits, without complicating it with a contingent conditiosi that a road leaditng in another direction be sacrified, he would un doubtedly have had everyone with him. Now the effect of his ill advised action action (I say this with due regagt for Cr Baldry, who is desevedly popular) has, been to set up a counter demon stration and has probably irtitatedand prejudiced many who might otherwise have joined him heartily. Some of the arguments in fav...
OVERWORK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
S'OvEiwonst.- Overwork both mental and bodily, is at-once the most general and tile least regarded forn of illness to which we are liable in the present age. Do what we may, it is next to impossible to escape from it; but there is at all events a certain satis faction in binig able to recognise its features. Its treatment in individual cases req uircs chiefly that dile attetioh be paid to the twio great essentials of timely rest and wholesome diet. Work however irksome, may, it is generally allowed, be undertaken on a very liberal scale if only it is not too coin tinuoiis, but is broken by timely and adequate intervals of rest. The value of a plain and liberal dietary is hardly, less, and we- may take it as a maixim that, so long as appetite and sleep are unimpaired, there is no dangerous degree of' overworik anid,; conversely that a faiilure in either of these respects should: be regarded as a warning, to whiich attention should be" aiiid ;l reliefing the strain of exerti in. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
Every one O.au;ht to Insure Agaiistt - Fire. THE 'NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF' AUSTRALASIA, HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: Taox&s MouvnRY, ESQ., J.P., Chairman. G. D. CALmEa, EsB., M.P. Tees. ALsrro, Esq.,J.P.,Vice-Chairman. . ". G. BeNsoN, Esq., J.P. MA-rasw LANo, Esq., J.P. (Mayor of . Melbourne). HON. C. . Hex, M.L.C. LOWEST. CURRENT RATES 'OF ' PREb IUM.: ..."'. : Buashlires mnd Gas4ExplosionseCovered WithoutiiExtra Charge. WILLIAM MACREDIE, : . ecretary. Agent for Frankston-MAx. BnRODn. Agent for Mornington-J. E. WORRELL. Professional. &I EARD.] A. 'H. STURDEE, SURGEON. F ;(Successor:toeDn. ATKINs.) MIj be Consulted Daily at his Residence "TATIATBA," ;BAT STREET, F RANK S U ON. tHe May also be Consulted at HASTINGS ' At Mr. Cooper's RoyalHotel every Wednesday between 11 and 12 noon. Also at F SOMERVILLE' Every:'Monday, between 2 and 4 p.m., at Ithe residence of Mi. THos. TWoRNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 9 TO 11 A.M. 0...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 4th OCTOBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
..Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 4th OCTOBER, 1890. THE poet, Burns,' in one of hlis :lyrics said, "0 would the powers some gifte gie us, to see ourselves as others see us.'' Judging from the following which'we take from an English scientific journal, of repute we do not yet appear in a very favorable light in the eyes of those who reside at the antipodes. The paragraph reoerred to is in reply to the query of a co:respondent who wishes to know if the irrigatioa colonies of Mildura in Victoria and'Renmark iii South. Australia, do ,not offer very special' ridrantages for labor ? The reply is' ':I think I can safely say no ; the chief reason being the world-wide curse of the land .,ononoly which strangles enterprise through the selfislmhness of moneyed individua's who wish to obtain wealth without exertion on their own part by levying tribite on those who do labor." The writer then goes on to assert that when the colonies were. first started; land was procu...
LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG, Tuesday, 23rd September [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG, Tuesday, 23rd September 'HowItrdiand Scott: report:2"Dandenong Market.-Tuesday, 30th September, Dairy Cattle: A small supply of all descriptions the milkers and springers being mostly inferior qualitC ; prices on the whole were "about the same as last wLek. Really good cows were in demand. Pigs: A moderate supply of all descriptions the market all round being brisk; porkers and stores (very few in) and suckers quitting readily at high rates. Calves: . A very : small nnmber penned which did not nearly meet requirements and full rates were obtained.
A CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
SA.CONTRAgST.j ; Miss MITroan and a lady, while walking through a lane in, Berkshire, England,'had a ttssell -fivordir . The friend' asserted' thiit 'the Berkshire peasantry lacked politeness. Miss Mitford denied the assertion, with considerable warmth. . r ; ' . They had to pass through a gate. Suddenly a boy who was leading a cow started forward and oliened the gate for them.' Miss Mitford was delighted; it was a death-blow to her antagonist. The lady was more than surprised. " Ah," said she to. the lad, you're not Beirkshire, I'm sure!." " Theer't a liar, vor I be !" was the rough answer that took Miss Mitford aback and sustained her' antagonist. Mr S. C: Hall's, father' was once in a boat on an ariii of the Atlantic that made up into the Irish coast... Several. young ladies were with him, and the six rowers did their best: According.to.the local custom 'each rower was: revardedi withlaii 'glassof whisky. But a merry lass, intending to play a little joke,;dipped theoglas's into t...
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. There is waribetween the: telephone companies and the electric tramways in the United States. The tramways are accused of rendering unworkable the telephone wires,- ini consequence of the induced foreign electric currents set uip in the wires, which are partic ularly sensitive to interference of this kind. Even the swing of the overhead wires effect the sensitiveness of the telephone; and so does,'the alternating system of generating electric light recently. ,'introduced. -in -.'Boston, Massachusetts, where they now never hope to make use of the telephone after 9 o'clock owing to the. electric light. There is only one way of averting the adverse influence of 'the tramways. namely, by compelling the tramway, companies to use metallic circuits everywhere ;, but these com paniesask why the telephone companies do not use metallic circuits themselves. The telephonists are the only grumblers and if they can protect themselves they should do -so at their own cost. The jud...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 October 1890
CRICKET. Excelsior v. Somerville.-To be played at Frankston. The Eicelsior will be picked fromn thefollowing-2' Box (2), McComb (2), Patterson, Cros kell, Benitick, Dalman, Major, Sutcliffe Robinson, Oliver 'iind Rheinholdt! '' The aniital meeting of the Frank ston cricket club was held last Monday evening in the athenaeum, but lowing to the: inclenency; of the weather, \there was only a limited attendance, M\r J. D. Box was elected Hon. See. (Pro. Tem) after calling with a few. resolutions the meeting adjourned till next M?onday the 6th inst. when there will. be a. meeting at Mr Box's Bay street. Alarge atten dence is earnestly requested.