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THE FRANKSTON JETTY. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTERS OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

THE FRANKSTON JETTY. DEPUTATION: TO THE MINISTEES OF CUSTOMS. On Wednesday last a deputation con sisting of lth meimbers. of thel Shire Conlncil waiteid on the Miinister of Customs in reference to the extenison of the :Fraikston pier. It will ie re n?etiibered)tlihat the offe. hiad been made 'that if ldte qetinh' of dredging the untih of the liKau:inook creek..is - al..- lowed to' stand in ? bovance for ti-e present thaat /n-aidilitionnli (fifty /fty t would bei placed oiln "the jetty. The .deputation.informed thee-.Ministers that steamers could not:aiproaeli the jetty in its present staitc I;ecaise there was in sufficient water, but, if the pier was ex tended another Oi or Go feedt they could do so. 'Tlic'i mone? fliilthe rerel c icould be put on next year's estimates. Mr..Patterson in reply stiated that li". ,extenuibniof iie p ier wold :cost abo: t £800, he would, hoiue'er, prouise that the worklshould be done and an exte-,-. sion of ;4 feet made lesides tie contrait now Iheing e...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

":.Maiwell Grav,'" iwho,,.wrote ,.'The .. Silence of Dlean Maitland, is a clergy- ; mai's daiughter ?lii ing at: Newport Isle " How do ou1 like my new trousers asked a dude pleddinglyv';'of his': Sarah Jiine last ?i?!.!'gh " Oli not: ' a:ll Charley.3' Ihthink they reioriid' " Is ,that"so.. " . Well,` "a rs dear, I am ileterilined to please yon; . yo don' ike tliese Ironscrs I 'won't wnear tlhni 'other second.il' id lio be gan reisnr angoios doit hrepintir'adythmaiiig his iword good,' when' a dull thid was heard nd Sarah was struggli ng withk SWQlfl t'hiii hIt iij1'

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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.] THE CODLIN MOTH. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

TECOBREPOfNDEIOCE. Wio oreaii wnyo oodysto publho correspondence on mottersomof interest, but do nothold ourselves responsible for tbe opinions* exrressed by our Correopondento En. M.S.1 THE CODLIN MOTH.. TO THE EDITOR S-irL-A paper was read by Mr F. S. Crawford at the First Congress of the :o Soith Australian Aricultural1 Bureau in Midii last,t tiedtiniont le' above subject,,and recommending certiiintifieatment. As the siubject is a very important one, especially in the neighborhood of Somerville, I may be excused in askiig .forithe insertion of tihe followilr extrct in your wdely read pape r. * " ' ie S" he life history of the codlin moth is asfollows :--In early summer when the' apple'is just;iet;the moths emerge; from(their confine ment, pair, and then the female flies from apple to apple and deposits an egg on each until her stock is exhausted.' In no case is morethan oneegg, laid on each apple. In' froi seven !to ten d?ays the larvte is hatched, then it commences to gnaw a hol...

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

FLINDERS. ----+-c--- For, the ,past, few weeks we, have had a succession bf'f spring shovers aRid the wleither generally has been unsettled and wintry. A?,The libaifieter remainidd.- iusuaillyv low,? iarniSig mariners to liboon the alert. People are now hoii.ig for cledirfibluoi skies and the genial glow of sunshine.. It is extremily graitifying' to me to learn that mny remarks anent the road q uiestiou sholuldhave found an initere'sthd reader in the quiet andl, peaceful villiageof Boneo' (oxtensibly "B Boieo," but his exanc geographical:whereabouts is not of importance). But if he is anl authority on Boueo.events,,it does ;not fdllow that lie is to lie accepted as t judge oni questlions ,conceriing the Flinders roail- passmg over tlie pieeo of malice-cout::.ted in.his ucnealled for reibi·rkns iresieetin'g the hlinideri correspondent. I h'oe thl Boneo people will allow me to present them with a few, facts which they cau easily verify for themselves; and thenlguage the worth'ines of ...

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

Meet i'x the Shixo 1111 :South .Brighton: ` fsuse Mond.' ri", caoeh imouth." ý:.m ; PR:IRS:DE'!:TJ North Ridmn'; ' G-- .-'G ui ss, Ion". .1 :r. - ent FIPoloihr Scu l1,. Riding WrV -Lamb ; Smith; L ,Eait Riding-=: D.; N Swain Vest Riding I I' Daly ';D {rAbbot i'E:' ° `'Bfarnettl yJI4

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A.O.F. SPORTS MORNINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

AlO.F. SPORTS IOIINiNGTON The abore sports will be held on the 29th inst. The following are the handicaps for the principal events: FORESTERS CUP. S s; ..o00bylOOds'," l5yds lSSyds 1utcnhinis;Robt: L:sct ~rir scri , 'cr c: McLellgisi4Anil: `- " - ' " ~ '" Shepherd, Geo. Paget,'F.'T.7 - Townsend John. 2 3 Turner Ja.. 3 5 9 Coxhell.Thos. 7 .lo 18 CoxhellWni '. ;:' 10"`' Young Edw. ,",., : 7 10 18 Dnnu W. Hry.:- ..:.7 : 1 18.10 Wilson Charles. : 10 18 Connell 'John. 8 12 18 '^ Garlick Joseph. 8 12 18 Edwards3Alfred... - 8 13 . 20-. ParosonsStanley". 17 25 '"0 MaTle Thomas. 17 25 .10 Alston William. :20 ?.8 5 55 OPEN HANDICAP. 100yds "00yds 300ydsc Wall James .i scur scr scr Paget F. T. , Collins D. PiParsons Frank. 2 4 6 MartinE. E. '12 " SMNoseloy Jno. 1 2 8 12 Robertson3V. .."', i: 8u10,1-? Davis Fr`ink. : 7 . 8 10 t HoblojyR;-.:',:, ":"' .,' `'''10". >:12,.

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

MAILS DELIVEREDiAT FRANKSTON. 3Froum?roB.iiiiz ot-9. a m. anid 1 p.m. Fonom Drolnana-:- . a.m. From Somerville and I:stings-1 p.m. Fromi Cores and Sal. Rexmo-M-ounday, Wednesday and Fri?l~ly-lli.1n.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

AN NTERESTINGI LETTER SPECIALIST. TIii.+JAMYS D.° LLEWELLYN, who Ito dole " .Qnni'ir.f' '&ndd"l owjnnotd 'h the'5lfedhnl: Boards of Victoria and Snr. South \vale, Is.aitare that by deirh?n; '.fruo:n _AtL usuaL routinne or practice ani dZthitit ll 'excluslreCyto'i special sttly folo initfhc eith of lsr?0uinonal etiquette: but. o a a ltsl r deebl e tIq.d .l tei poe leo aiu l are still diouoend to stand cohllyeIn f';fr as?rl yoae of their nuunib aoo un~pire po;- luroty in the treatment of certain ailmcnt? and i rs.illya Menlial Sl}pislist, h dst net ta.eitatoet re ,it'rt tno ?it:hib° considers Iotititnut sa= u ou tIug-hn..i'u.1"nennt nlxan umintOAy (.ike Ariiisli l'anrle'r , thit. la far'. tic id oale the cot? fidetnco ef the In li. It.is a-our.lly better to mob totheack..?:,* :,.? , . .%-,,,;. I,.:,:,.:,: The true delsgnation of lu.. ckery.blenge to thse hoainsp ad'nninad i I .f,, nrAtemot ta optirle of emelienl k o.n!r.r "re a tr:e of l.ilel to th Ihublert depurllt 'to :: I r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

, Notice8 IS A CERTAnx CUflE TOR INDIGESTION, LIVER and KIDlEY DISORDERS, DEBILITY, GOUT, . RHEUMATISM, &o. READ TESTIMIIAS WRAPPED wrm EACH BOTTI ACT AS A VALUABLE APERIENT and TONIC In conjunction with the DNDsEMoN ESSENCE Dunstone's Compound Essence of. Dande-. lion and Liver Pillsare sold at Sm. and ie. respectively, by all Chemists. TO WHOMSOVER IT MAY S CONCERN I hereby give notice that I will HERD COWS, for the under mentioned prices viz:- 1 Cow per week, Is; 3 cows per week, 2s Gd; (payment in advance.) Will take Cows away about 8 a.m. and return about 4 p.m. daily. Those for the south will be delivered at east end of Park, those of the north at west end of Wells street. (Signed) 'OSEPHUS SARAH, C.P TEMPERANCE HALL, FRANKSTON : A LECTURE Entitled "LOVE, COURTSHIP & MARRIAGE" Will be given in the above hall S on TUESDAY NEXT by. -T. HERBERT SPENCER.- Duringtlieevening tile Frankston Brass Band will render selections. ADmIss"?Ic-s- .lPsNCE. Commencing at 7.30 ....

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 25th OCTOBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

oie~nrinton itandaql d. " Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 25tl OCTRE38i 189O. '1 I)Dis?-o the: last- few,,years the Govermdeint of the colony, with coin mendable liberliity, harveshewn every dedire to. foster and encourage every industry that :is connected. with our n:atural resourses, and it will be found by reference that there are few of our natural products: that are iot'protected or encouraged by Governmnent subsidy. ,Many instances can be given that the actions of the Governments have had the desired effect aidm m?ny industries that at onie time wvere striuggling ones are now prosperous and ii good positionsl. ;fOutofthe inanyj inistances that may be quoted there is perhaps iione that hare miiade more raid pro ,gress than the fruit groiwing. industry. It 1iill be in the remembrance ,,of, many that a few years ago this indus itr was looked upon as ,an-unimport anone, t oieit was not carried :on to any great extent and was made ai secondry mieas'of ma...

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A NOVEL REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

A' NOVEL; REVENGE.. 'When Godfrey Lanier was a young man he was jilted, by. the woman he loved, and was habout to mairry. Every thing was ready. The minister and guests waited, the feast was spread, the bridegroom elate with happiness, was expecting every nmoment the suimolns to escort his bride, when, instelid, 'the news was brought that she had gone awaiy with another man., ,: A letter had come to her just as she. had finished dressing. , It was from: an old lover witli Whom she. hId qiairelled before she and Godfrey Lanier. met.. She hal ahlways loed hiih best; perhliis: At any rate, that:letter,.which told her the 61d love waited only a "few steps away, made her alter lher mind at''the last monient.. Just as she was--in the bridal attire she had donned..for Godfrey Lanier- she slipped ;unsien'throiigl a little door that led into the'igarden, and 'was off. They found the letter: where shlie had dropped it-in her -haste, or; they might not have guessed for a long. time what had be...

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

DRCO3LANlA. , FRox oUR OWN CoRRrPONDENT.). On Monday evening last the anni versary of'the Dromana Presbyterian Sabbath School was celebrated by. a 'conversaz;one'in: the-Hall "of th eMO-' chanics' Institute! it Tito attendance Was was good. Thomas Watson, Esq., occupied the chair, and gave a very Interestmging ddres,?to youngi.people. Address were given by. the Revs. McBride (Preiabvterian) and Jolly (Wesleyitn) Song were nicely ren dered by MTsPhillijis'of Frankston, and . Miss :! Cdyle:,' o'df 'M3fordiilloc. Recitations,were given by some of the children attending the school. During the interiialmin the prograiinie, iefresh ments' were handed round to the coipany. .Fotes.oftbaiiks and to all vho had.'aissistedfihiny way toninako the gatheriing a success being passed by acIelainatioi the iieeting'terminated with the ~Doxology and the Benedic-, tiomi.'mNUt tthe least interesting' iteim on-the programme to the children was the,,distimbution; of the prizes.:,; I would like to relnind ...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

SCIRENTIFICIO NOTES. Steel, 'when hardened, decreases in specific gravity,: contracts in length, and increases in diameter.. A large majority .of. hair-estorers contain lead,, anid should, never 'be ised:. The leiad may be detected lby adding a solutioii of iodide of potassium to the "restorer," whei" a* yellow iodide of lead, will be formed: . An; excellent brass lacquer consists of eight ounces shellac, two ounces sandarac;it6vi oiinjce an'etto, qiuarter ounce dragon's-blood resin, one gallon spirits of wine.--The article to be lacquered should be heated slightly, and the lacquer applied by means of a soft camel-hair brush; An ingenious process for giving a silver surface to iron .,has recently been devised iniAustiia.. The iron is first covered in'mercury, and "silver 'is deposited, unon its surface electro lytically. The iron is then iheated to about 300 deg. C., and the mercury evaporates, leavmg tue layer of silver on the surface of the iron. Organ-pipes are: made of equal par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

Every one QugEhtt9 Insurne Against Fire. ' THE 'NATIONAL INSURANCE "COMPANY O AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. THoxya g,.PTaS . Es ,. J.P., Chairman. G. D. CARTE,Es., M.P.... Tea ALroq;EsQ.p.,J.P.;Vice-Chairman. R. G. BENSON, ESQ., J.P; MATTIEw L*N9 EsqQ..,JP. (Mayor of, i - - . Ma ei. Mf;' ... . r , i o If ox. .o J. C. A, M.L.C. .. ..LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIULT .. Bush Fires cnd, Gas Explosions Covered Without. Etra Charge. W... ILLIAM IlACREDIE, ...... | . Secretary. Agent for ]rankston-MA1iK BRODf. i .Sc Agent:r'SMo niingtfoj.i'E. WoBuEiicr. * * "Professional. A. H. . STURDEE, SURGEON.. (SCedesBor .toDBa..ATXs.)_ ._ Maybe Coniulted Daily atb is Residence - "TATI AZA;" BAT STBEET, F R A NK'S TO N. He May also be Consulted at HASTINGS . At.Mr. Cooper'sRoysalHotel every '"': Wednesday between 11 and 12 noon. Also at * i ! SOMERVILLE Every "Monday, between 2 and 4 p.m., at the refiidiiiii of MiRTiios. THORxEL.. HOURS AT HOME (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

Ir REYNOLDS & CO.: pRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, S And at SoX RV LL.. . ,o : LAGE and Varied ,Stock of Ladies' and. Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes al ays on hand. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. S it Guaranteed. .Hiand Sown:Work a Specialty. : epais Neatly. Executed. MELEO.URNE :"PRICES. BOOT 'AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. T. COREY, tENTTONE10ARADE, MENTONE, MAIN.-STREET, 3MORDIALLOC. -TOOTS and SHOES mado' to o; rder; B.. Repairs ,Neatly " Exected; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices.PEC~ LL SOLTE• ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED: Auctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON.. CROSKEL L, RITCIIIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General' Auctioneers, House: S and Laund Agents, ILL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted.by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHII? I RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered.. All Communications to Head Office: FISH MARKET. MELBOURNE T. H. DA...

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SELECT POETRY. ZENOBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

SELEI'T ]'OETIRY. ZENOBIA. tong centuries ago, a beiatuous Queen Reigned in Palmira's liearts-Pahnira's city; Beneath the palm trees' shadows, cool and green, . -. Holdinig her court; no subject she for pity. Pity! a word in her vocabulary With no signification. Did she know Of such a:onuewithout a dictionary, To teach its uso and meaning ? Tears '''iiiightflow.' '-' .'" . . ... From other eyes. If hers grew moist and ' fell." 'Twas 'neath the gaze of eyes a world . t3o loving; . Twas liappiness, not sorrow, raised the swell,: The opals on her dusky bosom movin'g. A thousand palm trees crowned her city - walls Betwveen their ranks, behold her Queen , and beauty, Guide her swift coursers, rampant from their stalls; .. ,. Hbiuimgo her due-homage men's pride Sand duty, Who; gathered; laud with praises manifold Her- queenliness-norlink her name with Spity,' Who in her chariot, bright with geis and Sgold, : . . ' - Drives round and round herlovely palm crowned city. How long ?-ot long?-l...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

RPOBTING NOTES. [BY EARLY BIRD.1 Racing ixtures for nrext week . MoiNAYr. 27TH OcT. Entries for Elternwick Park ace heold 6th Nov.' Entries for Williamstown .Races 10th Entries for' Kilnoe race' held 10th oor Entries for Bendigo races 26th and 27th Entries'for Nagamie held 1itlh Nov.': "-:' ' TUsnDAY, 28TH OCT. Final forfeit for Melbourne Cup.. WDNUisDAYI "9THn OcrT Creswick Miners Races, Acceptanne for Nathslia races held 30th. T TRisDAY, 30TH. Ocr. Nathalia Race. FaiDAY, 31sT OCT. Oakleigh Park. SATURDAY. 1sT Nov. Derby _Day Flemineton. Cup Day et Caulfield was quite a differ entday front the opening one; no need for top coats or ulsters, the day being fine, the largest crowd and the gayest fashions that ever graced the grounds was the result In fact so large was the attendance of ladies and their attendants, that the grand stand was overcrowded. I have never seen the stand present such an animated or bright spectacle,' and what a change from the sombre winter costumes of the prev...

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

Richmond (second eleven) v Frank ston.-This match was played at Fraiinkston oinSaturday:The 'ianfkston batted first, andsscored 30, Sadlier and •Mson ,\i;itlil04,eachh:,?.behiig-L the, highest . scorers. Richmohbill,:, whe~n time was e:llcd, had lost -four. wickets for Z .o r l'.= 1Rni?ic?'by, (di;not out), ririttoi,(.9): .ln1tthenCwi(3 )).' Sinclair (5), ',nd Brocd k .. (i) .were 'the principal scorers. .:PatonF for; Rich mniid, took sieven ivickets foro4 r .runs. Franikston v'Somicrville: at ?Franks ton?to-day.i. Franikston willbe iChosen i the 'followiing: Bater (2), Cook, Crompton;, )Deane, F;reeman, .Fra iklyn, Kinrade,iMson Moildna, ,T McConb :-..Phillips Reynolds and! Iadilei, Ply- to comeinece at: A cricket' club has b ee startedi? at Baliiurriiig undebir most auspicoisu cir ui Ustairt W VOsini -i~s elected

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

," LINU'DRMSD ND KANGEBNGG.-. Ieets at Drmnina th i la st S?aturday in eachi month. PRESIDENT : S A. Downward; J:P.:. 1~ii~tj Councru.aons i.n E istE Riding-D. Mmrs, J.P., A. Down Swarmd, J.P.,:3 . Stanley;t.? s C Centio, ,Riding-,?,;?-i : ; Baldry; J.. C. i Grifliths, ViBrlown West Riding W Patterson' ? Anderson, I .3 J J?Cinl ? T `t PPetei I2owlnn; TiEASinaER ii ' B Muutz

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FRANKSTON TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 October 1890

FRANKSTON TOWN BAND. The adjourned public meeting was held in the Mechanics Institute on Thursday evening last, Mr Mark Young was in the chair, after the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, the chairman stated that the business of the meeting was to receive reports in reference to a: bandmaster. The Hon. Secretary stated Mr Coade Bandmaster and Instructor to the South Melbourne military and :other' bands would visit Frankston and give instruction one evening a week for £1 per week. The gentleman was highly recomended, and- in-- every way suitable. for the iposition. A letter was also read from MIr l-Hannah- offering ' his services stating if his offer was accepted that he would reside in the township. Considerable discussion then took place in reference to ways and means, one speaker suggested that weekly con tributions be solicited, this however did not find favor with the meeting, and it was ultimately decided to advertise for a bandmaster, applicant to st...

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