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

1 FilhINDERS AND KANGERONG. Meets at DromanathlasJht " Siitukd'a each' month. RESIDENT: A ' . Dowinl ard, J ''P.''vi COUNCILLOI.8 East Ridjn.-D I Mairs 4J.P., ADown 'wardJ:PE Stanley.* "'S Ccutreo iding-, . aldry, J.,C. A t Brown.ii at .S West Rdiig W Patterson, I. Andersopn . J.PJ.,Cain, JP.P 'i aJ Peterr Nowilaa.,ý sr, - Scv f :,:,:. TSEti:sEE

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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A.O.F. SPORTS, MORNINGTON. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

A. P. SPORTS, MORNIN[GTON .{ ' (Communicated);;I o) ' , The following are the entries for the principal events to be run on' Wednesday 20)th Otober, in the ;Morningtotn Pak FopsTERis' up Jis Tnruner, ·. J3 Garlick.," WV Coashellh ' E. Youn F '1 Paiget II. Hutklins Tlios Cosisholl S Parsons:;, A McLelhn : J3 Connell Chas Wilson T faloea r E E Edwards W H. Dunn G Shepherd' J4 Townsoendk W. Alston Orsi HANIcAP. E Martin J Moseley W Robertson. F J Ps et F Parsons ... F Davui R Hobky DColus :';: J. WalT t

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

1MAILS DELIVERED ATEFRANKSTON: Fronm Melbourne-9 a.m. and 3 p.m...,' Froni Mornington-H. a.m.nand-l-p.m.-- Proum Droumna-9. a.m. From Somerville and Hastings-1 p.m. From Cowes and San ir uioLMonday, Wednesday and Friday-1 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

AN INTERESTINGit.ErTER SPECIALIST. ehat by deluting lfemd aae rader T Uuar I o of but, awa nolderable hody ol tp lonl estil d fal?o o olon of theit ertah n l sd relly a Medcale Spdia.he d, not heltate.o$ eort to awhpt .bl. onalden neitrsl note trn uae tatifiom [ tie dtohdie i ela nuatisiace trand the rqwacilts ryat hi i plohn sesr " D. eths - 1N. Strcoedltat o' - jqukery'tik l'tMo" ohanm . d?l?rn.-tn:who , ,loshtb. l.pantlec of nadial kno.l.le or or tittle olf .in tonthehumblnr rdepr-rltui t of the profIm s :. lrctise extortion and dnOrt. dnMil l LLthEir O1n1n.atromMo sLLYA: men at the lowMet amde of tellti and snponsibillty whoe anrasO ce is unbounded au their.promt a pe e.liou. Such ?rna bk r ??es?ohei sv'rt, and other town. in Alt llA.?allnd by their dfllin dreti?fellr?e alinrl the attention of thue y The u bhll tolheLJt; l yh all.ing l thse Peromnisfttentunlm irretrievable, hbade the mOlM.y totally warted n purehl.ln.-, at axoritaot rates, their *Haled C-eal pliai1cea, , iThe ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

-COMPOUND I I j IS 'A cCERTAIN CURE ]Os ,INDIGESTION, LIVER and KIDNEY DISORDERS, DEBILITY, GOUT, ;RHEUMATISM, &c: lEAD TESTIMONIALS WRAPPED WITH EACH BOTUL. ACT 'AS A VALUABLE' APERIENT and TONIC In conjunction with the DANELIOBN ESBENCE. Dunstone's Oompound Essence of Dandue lion man Liver Dille, re soldat' at 5 and 1.. ,eapectivel , :v all Oheimise.t Not1iee&'ý FRANKSTON BRASS BAND '_PBI NO.TICE.ro o t E. e AN ADJOURNED..MEETING Will be held ;i..sthe i3thsensmlIHall, Frankston on 'PHURS)DAtr EyEN GT NEXT, at 8 o'clck.lF O od ring. Apply Office ofr this paper. IMPORTANT TO FISHERMEN, Is prepared to supply hSeie TaaMek Nets, also Cotton.and Hemp "Bunt, and Twines of all sorts, at 15 per cent less than Melbourne prices; having just received a large consignment from best %nikers. Carriae paid to any t'of Victoiiia Price lists on application. Address, ANDREW MiNIS' HAiTINGS. ~A. ,J.. HAYES,s HoTHaiM STREET MENTONE. CARTING"orf "v'i·rf'"rdebsiiption -min , executed. · _...

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AN INTERESTING JEWEL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

AN INTERESTING JEWEVEI, The;,following., good.. story, .,though rather a long one, is told about a hunt after an actress's diamonds. A young lidy had been travelling with her mother a promiinent actress, and when the toiur tqok sin aome .inimportAnti oaiiJiht' towns, the.lady took out her diaiond earrings aid t hnded them w'ith her watch to her daughter for safe keeping.. At once the young lady thought the safest place for the diamonds was to sew therin inia little'casei-nd'sitchthem upon her corsets. This sheidid,'and'tlihe touir approached dcipletidn;:'" Onie day some weeks aftte :the.J diamiiinds were hboused, Manima tskMd Miss if he keptr the watch wound, and Miss's mind re verted to a little transaction that took place about ten days before. In some inanufacturitig towh,thiEgirl.lidltesidshe necded'nev corsets;'andinh a ivall: Miss had discovered a very pretty pair and bought them. In this dressing-room of a provincjal theatre she had put one the nevw ones and tlho'n `tli h'oli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

Every one Ought ,to Insure Against Fire THE NATIONAL INSURANCE \::COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS TnoxAe-Moumsy.EsQ.-JJP.,Chnirman.- -- G D. CAETEl ,EsQo M.P. rhos. ALSTOE,Esq.,J.P.,Vice-Chairn. R.a G. BENSON, Esq., J.P. Msdrrnxw LANO,¶;Es. Q.. . (Mayor of Moloi O. H (Mayorof xo. C. J. HAIr, M.L.C. - LOWEST-CURRENT. RATES..OF. PREMIUM.. -,: - Bush Fires nid Gias Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. WILLIAMJ MACREDIE, Secretary. Ageint for ,Fraiiik'toni-' .uul. B] ODY. Aghnt for Moninmgtoil-.T. `E. WonRELL. Professional. [CARD.] A. H. STTRDEE, SURGEON. (Successor to Da: ATKINS.) Maybe Consulted Daily at his Residence, "TATIIA3A1 ' BAT STREE.T, :F RI A NKSTOK., He May also be Coinsulted at HASTINGS iAt Mr. Cooper's Royal Hotel every Wednesday between 11 and 12 noon. Also at SSOMERVILLE' Every Monday, between 2 and 4 p.111., at the residence of Mr.. Tuos. TIOiNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY): STo 11 A.r. 6 to 8 r....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

FranhustL Boot, Waishioul';is-. F -a;: +,;+: . i : .l .? .. .. ,i, :,:t ··:·: ,. i iqi l J. REYNOEDS C 1ots of all Do Criptiona.O.O.e to Order., Fit, Gnie?d?, " o ... SIIOF,.:: W .RElITSE.. A ;,'uxm .ASGE'a 'Stoy c of: Ladies' 1EN ;'TONEI PA' . iUlt ME iTON: *M Al\ - FTRE TIODIIfATLLO(C. B OTSll D riptionES imalde to rderi; .'Hliep irs:i Neatly' Executed Re dy .Nisie Boots and Shocs B lon Milblournl 1.1. '- . . . ... Andtilueers -auicEItat i Agents. 'SHIE OF MORNINGTON. crOTSKiLLND SO WACHII CO. (OfT.Melbourne and ,Fri.nkston) GeNTOerl PAulioiAers, EH1ouse 3IA1-STR , EE 'iL, O, ALAOCN -D HOUSES, FURNIT URE, c. ,ccoui:nt Sales Pronptly Rxecuted M.laIle Hloots andSlIoes +Below: Mflhiournl;. A 'AllaX-I* E],ESPECTEULLY SO ICIE D. All tionunicationEsto ead Oiicc: - FISH LUZMARKET, MELBOURNE T. H DAVEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSIOE AE IORNINGTON. TON' I f. conulbnction wfiitl the !iriifvip AGncioeerls in t Cit oo f n Melblorne, is noes prepared to; arrane:~Auction Sale.4 of Land, Houes, Esttes S...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:—MONDAY, 20TH OCT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

RPOBTING NOTES. Racing fixture for -next week ONA.20THs OCT. Entries for Dandenong meetisig held on 23rd. . Entries for Oakleigh Park meeting hell 31stcc:. Weights for Moonee Vally Cupimeeting held 25th; iTUESDAY 1sT Ocr. Oaklands Hunt Club meeting. W, ists for V RC, general entries "ý WEDNEsDATY, 2anif OCr.T Richfield (Mordialloe) rcees Weights fdr Danidonong meeting held 23rd: T."i TsunsDA 23ann. OCT. Dandenong:_ - - FIDAY, 4THr OCT. Ballarit Miners Turf Club meeting. SATUBDAY. 25TH OCTr. Moonee Valley Ciipineeting. The Epsom meeting although the at tendance was below the usual; was, as far as the racing is concerned, of a very enjoyable nature. But if the meeting and its surroundings were enjoyable,the railway arrangements or those responsible for them cannotbe complimented, which of courseisnot a new experience torace goers. If on one band the race goers were uncon sidered somewhat, thei those whose dnty it was-to look after the horses, had by long chalks' more to' complain abou...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 October 1890

ITPEMS OF NEWS. j;New South Wa Cles.Cio issioiiers offer: says the Eveiitag Standard free passes for five.years for..personswhlio -build houses valued at £1000 along aisy railway lino .30 siles from the city. The idea is not a niew oue. -The old Hobson's BaygRiailwiay Company applied it on the Brighton line. Could not the same be donoe for Frankston: 'rAn' acetion says the Age of Wednesday for £1000 damages against the Victorian Railway Commissioners was concluded in the First Nisi Prisus Court yesterday before Mr Justice Hood and a jury of 12. The plaintiff was Thoniimas Henry Nolan, a storekeeper and wine and spirit merclhant at Mornington, who also keeps a boarding house at Moororoduc. On the evening of the 17th April ho was a passenger to Moorooduc, asid. theotrain, as' he'alloeged, overshot, thoe'platform'. He got out of his carriage,- and, the pplace" beiing 'hadljy lighted, he coulid not see tlhat;the compart ment was opposite the slope at the end of tlhe platformn. The conse...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

S1HRLS' DIJRECTr0L{Y Meets in .'Morningtois Shir&'' Hall 'the Saturday before full moon. RE tSIDENT: C: Souter, J.P. COIUNCiLLORS.: North Riding-J. D. Boci C. Soutti·, J.P., d C. J. Fox (Frnk-ston). East Siding-II. H; Peddle (Hastings),,J. cawyer (Mornington), T. Thornmll (Soiierville). '1Wcst Ihding-=J 3. Adunms, A. Downward, SJ.P., . M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington):j SSECRETA1NDý'ENUINEER: 1 H. E. `Moors- (Moirninitono : =

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

(iENER.AI POST OFFICE. Mr ILS CLOSE X.? FRA1NKSTON AS UNDER. Far Mclhioiunce-7:t. - a~ui. 1 ;mnoon For Morningltoii-9.253 ai; m -2.16 p.m. For DrouuLt-9.2, i in *. For Soiiicrville-A .2., a.m. For HaIstinigs-9.2.a aim For Coweas andS:: In' Rzmo-Ti usday, Tlnnracay z nr dtndtitrd iy90 a2i an. _ ,

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PROVENCAL LAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

PRO ENVCAL LAUGHIITER:., I There is; in the language of the poet Mistral, a word whichi comprises and defines clearlya whole instinct of .*the race-cldega , to joke, to make fun. And it conveys to the mind the?flash of irony, the sparkle of'malice,' shitiing 'in the' depth of Provencal eyes.? 'Galegariecuis on all occasions in the .conversation. in the form of a. verb or substantative. . 'eaeRxn ria5 ? Ea, i?o l qjgleido. Don't you see ? It is` only:a joke. Tiasote, g?lejire. iold'your,'tongue r.aighty jester'." : But to be galejaire does not. exclude from the character; eitlier kind ness or tenderness.- Thleyai?ose' therm selesrte ' ! jthey it st laughi b;1tlaugih ter is the aecomnpimi menitof every: enti uineit of the deepcst as; of th'e most tender In an old, old soii of myij ie loved mother-counitry;`, h tlic, history of little Fleurance? this 'Provenical ; love 'of laighter mais?": exqiuisitelY exuemplified; F lemrance; when amhnost a child "is be hlirothied t akniglit, ilio ma...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

(nion oun ow1 s cORRSOIIsNDENT) J 's',tliho siunincer iseason isalpproiich ing our town is beginning to assume a more lively appelar:ancealready several A-sitoi'Sý min ar rivlllg whlilstE, otherii ire seekin g,after suitable premises with the view of takingi them for the We had a .visit from the Coogee last Sittirday 'week during her trial trip lreparatory toher takingup the run inlg iii the r'Tinztil(dei for which she has been refitted "and ,thoroughly , erhauled;,aid if ,comfort, ai'd s'pee are any augury slhe should becoiie' very popular amongst. visitors to th3 tight little island. At the recent examination of the s·eholars"'of the Sti8tbt??f" Eliffol" li-f-: spector Curlewis, excellent results were obtained.; )97 per cent passing, whici certaiily sipealks well for the late master, `r l]Iyrne,tlind ,the stiff ,of-.ldy teachers under hif? ' The surprise party fever has caught Mnornington '`latelyh hardly a week p;issifig iwithout somieoine having to clear out their best room ,and...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

(FnoW OROwN CiORREHPONDENT.) On Friday. cvcning Iast, the 3al harring anm"l zistii g. ]Racing Club held their preliminary meeting to elect ofliccrs, and arrange a progranumme for the annual nceting to be held as usual on boxinln' ? ?hy; there' wis:ýa good meetirg of the old supporters of the club, A. Doril?arid .T.P.occupiied the chair. The balance from last year was a l;ttle on the wrong side owing to the heavy expeise the club had. been put to in fencing after the bush fires of the previous year, the number of events will not be so great this coming nmeeting, but it is auticapated that the entries will be greater than at any previous meeting,& a full programnm will shortly appear iin a locail paper.

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. THE SPRING TREATMENT OF DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

FRUIT GROWIN.Y IND USTRY. THE SPRING TREATMENT 'OF DE CIDUOUS FRUIT. TREES. Just as the apricot, peach, nectarine and almond,: are starting :on their spring growth, ybung shoots ?ill frc quently develope: at the base and all up the stem. These should be rubbed off while still tender, and this nmay be effectually dono by giiaspiig the sten with the haiid and: drawing briskly :doivnwiirds to the 'ground. Do not let such shoots become woody, as if so they will require the-knife to make 'a clean, neat job of their remioval. i As the apple; pear, plum. and cherry start their young growth later, they should next be attended to in the same way if -stein shoots are noticable though these trees are not so liable as the apricot and peach to this tendency. ' Ih:about a month tlie' trees should undergo another, inspection, when all, awk wardly placed shdots may be stopped onuthe leading :branches :as also such vigorous branches as may tend to make the tree lop-sided or to destroy the balance of...

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FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

. FISH MARKET.' • -·c?, - The following is tlheFish Market report for the ~week ending, lOctober; 18:-The supply 'compruied--Fish, 2,325 baskets: crayfish, 2571 dozen; oysters, 290 bags; ducks, 81,couple; fowls, 81 do.; geese,2; do.; turkeys (tme), do.; .hares, 163 brace ;awlld'fowl :3' br;sne; rabbits, 8,087 pairs. Prices were as follows--Breaun, s. to 18s. per basket; flathead, is. to 17s. do.: rock flathead;.10s. to 17. do.; garfish:.:12s. to 2-s. do.~ ; 'sinet 3e. do.; ludrick, 10s: to" 12s.fdo.:; mullet 8s.'to 1:s.; perch, 10s. t6 17s.; pike, 12s. to 26s.; pilchards, 2s. to 4s.; salmon, 2s: '6d:('to 11s.; stmangers, 3s. to 11s. (id.; trout, 7s. to 18s.;..whiting, 29s: to 32s.;'Muirray cod and perch, :' to 8d. lb.; prawns, 3s, gallon; crayfish, 4s. (id. to 22s. dozen; flounders, Is. ;to. 12s. Gd. do.; smoked fish, is. 6d. to 2s (kl. do.; schnapper 22s. each; eels, 2d, to 2:. lb.; oysters, 8s. to o0s. bhsg; ducks, 4s. Od. to ss. 2d. couple; fowls, 3s. lid., to 5s.. do.; gcese;: O...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tuesday; 21th October [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. S-DANDENONG,. Tuesday; 21th October Howard and Scott report : -Dairy cattle : A moderate supply and sales were dull, List week's quotations were not maintained. Dry cows aind young stock reilised fair niarket rates. Pigs A ;-large supply of all descriptions, porkers and baconers selling at about the samei as last week. Stores were agmin in good demand and quitted at very hiigh 'prices and are still muich inquired for, slips and suckers also sold readily at full market rates. Calves; A fair number yarded, the demand being brisk at late quotations. - ,

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MORDIALLOC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

MORDIALLOC RACES. The holding of:race: meeting on the Richfield 'course at Mordialloe 'was ,resumed on Wednesday, when a fairly numerous assemblage of visitors ni:de their way Ito: Richfield.!` The' weather was delightful; except for an hour or so in the middle::of; the afternion, during which slight.;, showers fell. After overcoming not a few difficulties in the shape of bogs, over which the road ran,. on arriving at the course it was found that Mr Bradshawi had made fimany improvements since the last meeting. A new weighing en closure, with alargebuilding containing stewards' and weighing rooms, and a stewards' stand on top are acquisitions, and it was also noticeable that the straight run had been lengthened by the judge's box having been placed nearer to the turn than it used to be. The programme was very successfully gone through, and M~r Bradshaw had the assistance as stewards of a number of gentlemen who occupy influential positions in' the racing world. i The ponies intended...

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FLINDERS FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

FLINJDERS FOOTBALL, CLUB.. Mr Baldassari the popular pro prietor of the Flinders Hotel, on Saturday erening gave a dinner to the local footballers,- when about thirty issembled.: After. justice had been done to the good things piiic.ided, the usual toasts were proposed and hear tily responded to,: especially that to Mr and Mrs Baldassari who have given encouragement to ; sport of all ikinds: and many a pleasant has been spent through tlieir kindness. 'The chair man, Mr Barker, and Mr Claytoii spoke of the vway in which the club had advanced last seasoii'i:nd old. foot ballers gave a few practical hints to younge 'players. The captain's (Mr Bedell) prize for :the best all-round player of the season, has brought 'out some bright stars, but the name`of the winner has niiot yet been made known. The evening ended har moniously, several good songs being pleasingly,: rendered. Aiild Liang Syne was sung by' the compahny, brought a very enjoyable evening to a close. - An old mill-owner in th...

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