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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

GENERAL POST OFFICE.. MAILS CLOSE, AT. FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Melbourne-7.45 a.m.--12 noon &'20 pni ' "ii Tor Morningtono-9.21 n.nn-2.Ii pitn. For Droninni-.25 a.m For Somerville-:1.2i5 a ;'in . For Halitigs -0 .25 n.in. For Cowcs and San Remo-Tucesday. Thursday and Satn dly- 9 .23 aRnm. -

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

.HASTINYG. (FRoa OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Coidsidek`ible &.dissatisfactio i' . i pressed at. the persistency of the defence departmenit in appointing a season., of..the year. for the, cadet encamnipment, which is known in the district to be always wet and subject to suddeit chagizes; the experience of last year, and . this should teach the powers tlhat be to selecta more settled timne of the year. unless they vant to find out ,what amount of cold water and discnomfort boys'can endure. The ball in aid of the readinig room came off on Friday evening. last, and swas much enjoyed by those present, the catering was of a first class description, supper being laid in Mr Cooper's Ilrge room and the arrange ments generally were good, able musiciins from town discussed sweet music unltil a late hour. Mr Bickmidike who acted as MI.C. gave every satis faction, the attendance was select but niot large, doubtless there would have been more 1 icsent if there had been no chiarge for admissio...

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THE DOCTORS STORY. AN EXPERIENCE IN A STATE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

THE 1DOCTORS STORY. AN EXPERIENCE IN A 'STATE . PRIBON. A coward can never be. a successful burglar nor yet a locomnotive engineer,' said a venerable 'physiciin' iJitely. " He mainy get through life creditably as a policeman,. reporter,, or.even as a soldier, but he will niever bea success as either an engineer or biirglar. I' put these crafts side by side without wishing to convey any reflections, but merely because I consider committing a burglary andrunning alocomotive to be almost equally dangerous diversions or occupations. Both are largely noctural employments, and of the two I think engineering rather the more dangerous. In some communities burglarly is more hazardous than in others, and the risk differs at different times. For instance, it would. require more nerve to commit a burglary in this city now than it did a month ago, because the police and the citizens are stirred up by recent revelations, and everybody is on the alert. I do not believe that anybody realized the ex...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

FLI37DER.S. Mr Chas Newman, fishermian, who has. just returned to Flinders for the fishing scason commenced .very auspicionily, 220 linskets of splendid fish at rie haul.i Very encboiraging as Mr. Newman , had very little luck during the winter aind having a family to provide for. Tihe stormy weather brought in the three miasted shooner May Newton, 217 tons. She hails from Clarence CRiver, New Soutlh Wales. amd hIas a cargo of. ironbarklc piles for the Mel bourne Harbor Trust. The good people of Shoreham were delighted to find such a big shlip anchored off their villinage; and would have been glad to see the captain ashore but; he was not well enough to land. The mate caine off to obtain a few supplies, and to negotiate for life stock. ThIe vessel left UClarence River 24th September. The captain had never . been into Western Poit Bay before.

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SELECT POETRY. PEACE IN THE SOCIAL VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

ISELECT P2OETRY' PEACE IN THE SOCIAL VINEYARD. If you would go the proper way to pacify Society; To bring intlie mnilleniu m nand piut'a stop to strife, Get a lot of feeble nobodiesof every known Svariety, - And bid them meet and teach the world, the gentler way in life. Get ia gentleman from London to deproulste pugnacity, A one time famous orator, a commercial m' an or two, ,, Adda mining' politiction so renowned for his vivacity, A bishop,'achief justice and they will pull you through. The gentle Union spirit which objects to liberality, ;.(On the part of other people), will come in for proper praise; You'll arrange for Arbitration with every due formality, And' annihilate the soldier with his t:`o naughty fighting ways. If anyone reminds you that the blood stream gushes gayly. K That as yet the lion still prefers to have the lamb inside You'll reply that you've the sanction of. a leading Melbourne daily, IAnd that Moral Suasion is a force which cannot be denied. Then propose you...

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BONEO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

BOMEO. (FinoMr A CoiaixsroimnTr.) "Not louid buit deep.i " are the muranings heard at the refusal of our shire council, 'it theii ist iieetiing to make the deviation so extensively asked for of the roiad to 1hlinders. Mariy of the residenlts fisheriimen ind others travelling from one bay to the other use thistoad which at present .could hardly ibe a woise one. The exchange asked fort was a much shorter and inflinitelvy hlettr riute ii l "dcould have been obtainit:d it a comipitively .trifling;. costi;ciuIor frms liapecunantry point of view, or fromi incoivICnience to any number. of people using that portion proposed to be closed. I think reaction igaainst the nei liberal" party in the couincil probible nmayi mentioi: we where much amused some weeks since att your 4Flinders? Correslpondeuit.I attempting to console us on the railway question by telling us in cffort iwoild ben made to get the line ixteitded froiivFliniders to 'lormnc as ^origiially iurvoyedl. As nothing; betweent theti...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

CRICKE"T. The adjourned meeting of the Frankston Cricket Club was held in the atheencum on'Friday the 10th inst. Mr .T. J. Franklyn was voted to the chair. The election of officers being the principal business, the followiig were elected :-Patron. James Grice Esq; President, .8. outer Esq; Vice Presideuts, C. L. Vale hsq, W. H.:O'Grady Esq, E. Heron Esl ; .1. J." Franklyn Treasurer. After discussing matters of interest to the memnbers, the meeting closed with- a vote of thanks to the chair. A match . will be played to-day between the Frankston and 'Richmond Rovers. The team will be chosen from the following;-Baxter (2), Franklyn, Box, Deane, Cook, Mould3ay, Mason, MeComb, Saddlier, Phillips, Offer, Kinrade, Kelso and Sutcliffe. Play to commence at 2 o'clock sharp.

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

Y1CTORLAN.RAILWAYs. Theu folloi ing articlesa are at the iistonil station aind awaitdelive ry: P1arcels. Mr IL (. Hanimiun, Mr I. Rid, :rs Mi. .E: iRobinson,';, Mr "J. Adaunsi Mri Es Taylor, Mrs Jolly, Mrs Norman Wilson '1r B. Daiwbiiorn and Dr :Sifrdee% ` Good l: Mr.uR! Rynii, Mr J. LThoiopsni Mrs* Clarke and Mr Coate :. ;: r :

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FIRE AT GLEW AND HILL'S BRICK YARD, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

FIRE AT GLEW AND 1HILL'S BRICK YARD, FRANKSTON. ------- Early on Thursday morning, during the heavy gale that existed, a narrow excape front a scrious fire . was pre vented. Whilst an kiln of bricks was being burn. the wind canrried some of the sparks to thie woodstack, whern it was discovered by those in attendance to bc in flames. The fire spread ..with such rapidity that the assistance of the neighbors bhd to be obtained. This was readily given and the fire was soon extinguished with the loss of three or four tons of wood. . The manager of the works desires, on behalf of the firm of. Glew atnd Hill, to thank publicly those persons wrho so readily came to his assistance, and assures thent that their assistance was most opportune ; for if the fire had not been got under it would have resulted in the loss of 30 or o40 tons of wood, and in all probability the kiln of bricks .would have been useless.

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 18th OCTOBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

.Not timidlyr, nor nshly.'" PUBLISHED SVERYR. SATURDAY". MORNING. 18th OCTOBER, 1890. Tie great strike -which has been occupying public attentioin for several weeks past still draws on its weary length, and judging present ;appIear ances we are not likely to hear the last of it for someo months to come. Starting originally with a very small matter, and one that might have been easily settled by a little forbearance on both sides, it spread to alarming di mensions until all branches of labor have been affected by it. Previous to those internal troubles the colony and counnunity were recovering from the effects of the land boom, and three months ago it was the opiniorn of fi ianciers and merchants that we were again entering upon ai season of pros perity. Recent events have proved that these , opinions i.ere correct:. The wool clihp his been hIeavier this season than it 'has been' for many previous ones, the gold yield also shows a substantial increase, in igricultuiral districts the ...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 18th October [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

LOCAL ,MARKETS. DANDENONG,. Tuesday; 15th October Howardand Scott report : -Dairy cattle : A meditun of both milkers and springers, the tone of the market being slightly firmer. Best milkers sold up to A£7'lls. A few store cows yarded which realised full market rates. Pigs iA large supply of porkers penned but very few of other descriptions; the demand was brisk for stores,. slips and suckers, but porkers, owing to tlhe market being oversupplied. miet with a dragging sale at reduced prices. Stores: A fair supply yarded which quitted readily at full rates.

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DOUBLE WEDDING AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

DOUBLE WEDDING AT FRANK STON. It is not often that an event similar to. the above, takes place in a small community Such however took.place on Wednesday last in the Wesleyan church the happy couples being Mr J. W. Pitchford of Alberton Gippsland to Miss M. G. McCoomb,an Mr H. McCoomb of Windsor to Miss A. Harrison of Sebasterpool. The name of McComb will be recognised through out the district as one of the oldest in the neighborhood, consequently the marriage of two members of the family on one day will attract more than ordinary interest. The church had been tastefully decorated with ferns and wild flowers by members of the Sunday school and others connected with the church, whilst along the front of the pulpit the initials of the brides and bridegrooms were worked in beautiful white flowers. The brides were dressed in dresses of white mull muslin with white tulle falls and wreaths of orange blossom, the brides maids wearing dresses of a similar material. The Wedding ceremony was p...

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MENTONE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

MEN1'ONE RACINVG CLUB. A very successful meeting of 'the Mentone Racing Club was held on. the course on Tuesday wihen 'eight events were run with the following result : SELLING HURDLE IRACE, Of 50 sors., for ponies (1382), about one mile and a half Siella, 1; Miaster Gus, 2; ]Develin, 3. TRIAL STAKES. Of 40 sors., five furlongs and 20 yards. Giraniite, 1, ;Princess: Beatrice, 2; Grand Duke, 3. 'ERI NG HANDICAP, Of 35 so8s:, for ponies (11 Ianids), five furlongs Sellarine, 1 ,Jack's .The Lad, W'asp, 3. OCTOBER HANDICAP, Of 35 so s., for lionies (1.3 , ive furlongs and a half:-. Effle, 1;: Bendeitere , Silver 3: SEASIDE HANDICAP, Of 150 soys. five fuirlonis and aquarter. Granite, 1; l_ oncaster, 2 Tu HURDLE; RIACE, Of 70 soys.; Aboutone mile anda haif. Soloioii, 1 Incident, 2: 1irate,'.13.; DISPOSAL STAKES;,' :: . Of 100 sors., fiive furlongs and a iuater. Partner, 1;True,2 Invera, MENTONE HANDICAP . Of 70 sos., :one mile and a half a furlong. Bridegroom, 1; The Cral'h 2; ish cloth, 3...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

FRUIT. GROW.IW G INDUSTRY. The following experiments. mnde by Dr Collier, in America, to ascertain in how far stirring the soil conserved moisture, show:-1. T'Ihat keeping the surface of the soil stirroA, if only to the depth of ' inch, increnses thei watci* content of the first 12 iinch", to a very appreciable degree. 2. That .the deeper the tillage, at least up to 4 inches, the greater is the incroase in wvater content. 3. That the rate of increase diminishes' as thie depth in creases. 4. That a slight mulch exerts a far greater iinfluence in re taining water than tilinge 4 inche. deen. An observation made by ex cavatiing for a lysimeter in the latter part of August is appropriate here, showing the depth to which surface. tillage affects the water content of the soil. . The excavation mwas made on a dry ridge, in ordes to eseape bottoimn water, and on one side it reached into the corner of a plat tlit had been plouighed in the sprng, but upon which:no crop had been planited, and w...

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CAULFIELD CUP. TIP BY MORDIALLOC, [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

CAULFIELD CUP. TIP BY MOBDIALLOC, Churchill 1 Tarcoola 2 Ernani or Oakleigh 3

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CAULFIELD CUP. TIP BY RIELDAS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

CAULFIELD CUP. TiP flY RIELDAS. Loyal Stone. 1 Enuc. 2 Churchill. 3

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PUBLIC MEETING AT FRANKSKTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

PUBLTI MEETINGAT PFRANKS TON. In accordance with an advertisement ap)pearing in our last issue, a well attended meeting of the leaIding resi dents was, held in the Mechanics' Institute oni Thursday evening last; the object of which was to consider the advisability of establishing a band for the town, it having been thought livby many that such aii undcrtaking would be of advantage to the neighborhood. Mr Marik Young was unanimously elected to the chair, who briefly intro duced the business to those present. Mr W.r1. O'Grady was elected sec retary pro tern. Mr 8. Sherlock as a member of the old hand, then very ably informed the meeting that the former balnd had broken upl for reasons tlhiat ho did not care to give at the present time. It was thought by some that a band could be established oin a broader basis than tlh old one. It was geiner ally lknowi that a number of them met for weekly practice. but he might inform them that they were without a bandmaster, consequently they were u...

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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.] COUNCILLOR IRVINE AND HIS ROYAL BATHS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

W .e -r naways ready to ubliosh roireopondence oun matters of interest, but do not hold oorselree 'nreeponsilefior the opinionh'eipresed byotr Correepodond -Et so .S.f COUNCILLOR IRVINE AND HIS ROYAL BATHS. -- To THE Enrroi Sntd.-I was greatly surprised to see by the last issue, of our. Mlors ihton Con00sd , 'ralh1, - thtt' at,) the' 'lato, ineetinl of the Shire Council; that Councillor-Irene should haver the cool' presumption to state that the footpath and fenceletding down to his baths wanted iepatiring and painting etc. Aks bhe c is one of our Councillors -n he certainly nust hknow, that th 'council cannot legally spend the ratepayers or the park and girden subsidy money in repaisng. rand painting that particular footpath and fence. ' I was;" greatljy taken bickl s Councillor Irvine has sucih a lnrgo heart for the welfnae of our twn ship' thhitnh thold ''a slrk fir the rrtepayers money to he r spent on work tihat' Will beinefitno 'one elne' but himself,'' s he is the owner of the...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

%i" OORABBIN. oer~ .",II"ýti": Meet in the Shire Hall, South Brighton:i n 1 first Mondh in i :onthr ! North Ridinii- W. G. Burgess Hon .T. ; - Bent,-4.-Hollier. South Riding-W. Liinb Smith, E.- L. f. I Vale, Ed. Nichillsi East Riding- D. McSwaiu< Mills,. F. LePage. - heat Riding-J. D .{ Abbot,- E 1 r Burnettml ~ YE

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

SCIENTIF+IC <NOTES..` ,.S.ccw riic,- The& Idiscussion on scucihari iiithe Pl uis AcIadcncy of Mledicine iwas, cccntinued' by. Dr Coinstnntiiu Pduli ho gie.riics the new prodiuct ias . c ialuilbe actincictic, aj it is not toxic and has irther anl agree able odour ain savuair. if the dose not exceed ? 0 cecitigrainiicec (1, graiis Tridy),'nutrifiuli siotiidterferecI with, oaiu urca, phOSpJhoric aici,. ntc., a`re inot affected ain jciu itr. Di P:iuh:ii I had iclctic patliecnts whio Ilicre takei sicchharin. for five coicuthcic cid imor iithout incoivecnience. IeT findsc tlhat.., in-the prioportioiof 2 per.ceit, scachliar in impedes thli a eton of pepsini on the fibicn of the pi anmd oni white iof egg, as well as thic icticin of diastaise on starcW, i ithioict 1oi iofer, :lticcgetlcr stopping the actioin. Strangely, thoughl eaccharin seems toliisist the feraien t ition of mil.l .1cechiiicial Wyorll. PLrUEc oF c:Ar"trccrr iic-At a recent cnceting of thie .eientifit Coti...

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