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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
Elvery~ on "P to- ?t THE NATIDNA , ANO~E .CMPANY bF'` (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COLLINS AN]D MAIR}7IET STREETS, MELBOURNE. TnoLM~s MoUBBAY, Esq., J.P., Chairmnm. I D. D. Ca rEu, Esq., MIP. * rnHEw. I4va, Esq..-P. (Mayor of l ýýlt-;) r(0^-- ;1 15I . l HoM. C. J. Hex; M.L.C. CONTESTCURREr I R Ol tEMIJ M._ usFrs a xlsin ýeeWtot Es/tr Charge. ____ WILLIMVbI&CREDIE, Secretary. Agn 'f1¶ 0aktn21 o p D . H T iac~~~~~e1 ___ rnnlir-t on L Srofesisloai. i sxT i BT1') [CAI X) . 337.17I ; .:,E STE 7pEE, MI e islted 'ilj i tlis eaidnce1 ;F R A-N-K-S-T 0 N. e u A9ro 7T, Consulted at HASTINGS , (,t At pr,?per's RI?oLol:o.every.I?) -Wednesday betw4n 11 -and 12 noon.i SOMEBVILLE, Every Monday 'i tw~oit 2 and 4 p.m., at, th,-residence dfbji tTnoslTH?RNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 9gro 11 A.l. to 8 r.. - Point Neean -R6cad,,Oheltenham, At tilhe followig hours 9 to 11; 1 to 2; 6 to 8. .? itdist loNxhoIi>!.f:Cmomutimu ntlg ui ' icir Mentoni-i'and Mbidhifjijill .-= If ssa e: lefth. t']I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
Bootmakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS &: CO.`0 pRAcTICAL BOOTMAKERS, G K3E 'dan .ried Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes -; . always; on hand. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. S .epairs Neatly Executed. . MELBOURNE ,PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. 1T COOREY, 3IENTONE PARADE, MENTONE, 1AIN-STREET, MIORDIALLOC. B OOTS and SHOES u:ado to order; Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices :'. ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIHIE & CO., C (Of Melbourne and Frankston). 'General Auctioneers, House. and Land Agents, W n LA hold Weekly Sales as Adveortised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITUIE, Ac. ales Conducted by their Auctioneers : THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF ' SAiccount. Sales Promptyi Riendere d. All Conimunmications to Heid ;Office, -FISH MARKET; MELBOURNE T. H I)AVEY, ...
LOCAL MARKETS PANDENONG. Tuesday; 28th October [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
LOCAL IAMYKF.TS T ., Tesday; 28tl. OctoberY / . 'i Howard and Scott report : -Dairy cattle A medium supply forward, sales weor (liflicult to effect at late quotations. Dry cows and young stock sold readily at full "market rates. Pigs: A goodlsunpply 0of 'fats iennoud, ftlyel iXinid fofnwliicl'w as active it an advanceon late values; stores 'slips and sucikeirJslghtlF.i'sid'r. Calves: LA moderate numinlr forward, which 'quitted at !.high i rrtes.?,ll~W iilso' report havinghoeld ora annual horse side at Tarti (Mo'rniagton) l iboilt 't' hoses of all c.lsses were enter&el;,, ;i fair ?nulber of which were disposed ,of st r sa.tisifatory priices. p I Josephli jlarke ,,iltd,-CO rjport. (Diiiry caiftlb A 'good suppjy forward, the bidding Vas rini iid Ieprces were 'realised; kood backward springers were. much inquired iftir ;.'stori'c ittle, a s unall sup ply forward, being chiefly inferior quality, and low prices riled, two-year-old heifers sold to 5os. ligs; A small supply of fat p...
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
.i!3.i.1 .l. z `d I11I0043 All 01 Water can be easily softened with , few "aron f mono. a 'oS' Steel knivg-e are not ono. use may be k t froin rusting if they soda ; tien.iipep' y -?ollin flanne,: and keep in iry place: _Variqibforbl ?li"striaw "liat?' Bcat 1 ;0HOIS A black sealing-wax, half an ounce; and put it with the alcoholintoa~ dissolve thiem niearthe ire tiilthe at is,dissolved; lay.on warm with a fine soft liair brush before the fire or in The red color of bricks is due to the iron contained in :te j lay'. In the process.of burning the irouncompounds are changed from theo.ferrous .to tlhe ferrid conditioi,oand rnd6iedr"l nrihy -droiie, thu 'developing, thea color. C?itaiu$clas conta?i littledor-no iroin, iand the bricks imado 'iofm theniare ihght or cream-colored. &lt;~' f T, frtelli thb age, of eggs : Dissolve two oinces of salt iri a pint of water.. When- a fresh-laid egg is - placed ;in this solution, it will descend to thi bottom of the vessel, while one that ha...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. THE STRAWBERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
-FRUIT GRO VN?IN _ND US TR . Thirty-five years ago there wereiidt' niore than half-a-dozen varieties of strawberries available to the planter in the Melbourne district, and. these w ere "offva!ibb'dsiittulsos~' n fe isitab0le to the climate. After yieldig a little fruit early m the season (October and November) theplants speedilywithered off and perished, or were kept aliv&e only by great care in watering. It e?ime to be generally thought that the stirawberryciieing naturally_.di. Alpine plant it wiasalmodst sbles-to °atteihpt ,its growth in these Southern latitudes. But several ardent horticulturists determined to give the plant a fair trial, and imported numerous varieties from Europe. and with so successful a resilt that the fruiting iseason. was prolonged -J r I nany(l-ifonths, jahi several kinds even surpassed .theis Euglish reputation r.s fruit producers. La Marguerite, Trollope's Victoria, Sir Joseph Paxton, President, and the, Victoria Seedling Edith Christy were som...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
FLIND.El >S AND AANGERONG " $.la coUNCll c iSHIEii: I The ordin ary symeeting ofj the Flinders and Kaugerong ShireCouucj, 'aws lield-l?-ithe ,Dromuanalitiel-Joh Saturday November 25th, wihe there were present' C: a 'Cain; ilWilsii nlidersonf Tirle Browni v:tan&y, Baldry and Griflithis. In;the absence of the president CrCain ;was voted to the chair. ., inutes- of the revious meeting were read aiid'e6f'l . " 9 -','" UoaB sr on'c-? ). `? 0 . Froinm ictoriin Analytical Labor atory Melbouine, 'forwardig acnecolnt for current .~ei;r ceicrd, .or From Wcrcev Thonipson gaud. Co0., asking. when thi ridge .adjoimning losebud .Grove E state wouldl lo, com-, 'pleted aid ready for traffic.~ iReceived. : rom 'J. Cichton asecretery .of building comlmi'tee,.'iifborning council. that they were building a?Piesbyterian manse in Dromana, " and asking permission to remove stone fromroccks for the; foundation.. .iranted... u:. .From C. Hanson asking council's permiss:oii, to~ fall, a.iiree . ne...
SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:—MONDAY. 3RD NOV. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 November 1890
RPOR.TIE4IIZNTR& -1Br EAnLr BRln.1 e[tel d reid ras J own iZ iib-i.niC BRains1 fixturesif toigqnext week :- t-ONiDAY, 3RD NOV. ntrh's for'ichtfieldtRaces held 13th. Entries for Epsom-Races held tth -sEiitriesfdi Victorian iClnuimeeetiiig, (Caulf'eld) 1held&l5thlt i'ize:ain emt n i: Weiglits "fotrElsternwick 'tPaiknBRites d:fitbi'A irq ido -i di-it'if 9edi"arsih vIk- -nw;osTULs. EsDAT,44TH:iNOV.V-. itn ealit 1: anlid -ainrbt-- veroviqennr .rMelbourne Cup,jay.ij in snn±,: :.:f ,- LIP TSB EDN?BDAY, 1TH Nofv `EisfefnWickPilar i Rices:.?q :'': al ni :,; ' Wifillitsfor :illiaistaoDCii pheld 1i0th' "-iAd p) i i.,? T?unsna T,?O??IT iNov " -7Third day of V;R.C:smeeting.:-,,?.:r ,:, bhandicapsifor?Moonee Valley held 7th Moonee Valdey, meetmig-.-l)irv- ; l ii tWaiikhtsifoe Mentone held 12th -1: -nisrF: isoi Yi-tr "-r enL . J6 a lewa ,iMunif 2;FourthqDiy of V.R.C' Melbourne:.Cup Weight for Oakleighl Park meeting held The day's drawing near when the rich and; b.-s ,thepoor, ", , ...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
M3OO1AABBIN. 1ct in the Shire I ll, South Brighton. first Monday in each month. : PRESIDENT r:3. ills; ,t " Co crioi s:" North Riding-W; .G.: Buigess, :Ion T. Bent, .I lollier Scuth Riding-W. Limbh. Sith, E. L. Tis L •?d'Ed. Nicholls. East Riding--. D.:B cSiviisi, R·a Mills, F. VWest Rhiding'-J. J. Daly, F." ..Abbot, E.. t D ebtt
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
FLINDERS AND) KANGERONG. 3tLcct it iDrominiiýiti. tle Ist Saturday iii ; "; : : c "e;ll1:h lllmonlt h A. Downward, J.P. S. oUNCII.LONS: East ILidiing- - hurley, A. Down ward, J.P., R. Stanley. Centre Riding- -. Baldry, J. C. Grililths, W. Brown. West Riding- - Wilson, R. Anderson, SJ.., J. CiinJ.P. : SECIRETAIRY: : ? Poter Nowlan. STIASUIE . T. B. Muntz. -' . ,,.
SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
(iitO\, COuIL. oWx COiRRIISI'ONDE.T) The annuail ba1ll ili. aid of. the Alfred Hospital will be held at the Mechanics'. Institutc... oin November 28th, it is expected there will be a large number present aIs the insti tutioni'i is t vry deservin" one. The new extension of the jetty is neitilycomnlifieteit uid only at few' ioie planks are to be put down, the addition will pros a' great convenienc. to visitor's.' The. Ozone' arrived on Cup. I1)fy with" 'iblitit 'the lirgest iiinbe' of pass:ngers shle has brought to Sorrento at one tine. The season may be said to have fairly opened to day, the tra;is and cabs being well paitronised. M1r Blensilinn the propitotor of the Contilentiil Hlotel is creeting a large shop which .is to be fitted up' s a [lhirdresser lanid Tobacconists, and the bIack portion to 'be uised its i billiard room. Tlihe building will be fitted up in first class 'style iid with every ireqllisite for thl.ecointorlt.llnd, conlveil ieInce of visitors. Mr T. F1. Gibooi is t...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MIORNINGTON. Meets in 3Iornington Shiro Iall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : C. Souter, J.P. .:.: . CounCILLORs : , North Riding--. D. Box,- C.; Soter, Jl.Pi and C. J. Fox (Frankston).:' East Riding-H.: H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West. Riding-J: E. Ad?uns, A. Downward, J.P., W. M. Irvine; J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND ENGINEER:' H. E. Moors (Mornington).
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
IIAST'INGS (ý' irOks, O CU O :Clli'ONUasi i:NT.j The Military Ba ll in connection with the HlIastings Biitteiy c:im?iif on Friday evening hist, aiid wiwa a decided success, about 50 icouple beiig present. Owing to a M?ilitairv Ball beingi, held in Melbourne: on the Saiie night, a inumber otf ol licers who' had been invited wiore: A:li l',t':li " iiresent, liowoer ciere was a gorid iiiuster: of melllberis o:" 'fron 'other ciirli. ''The racdiiiTrooih wiuasaUitifiully dedoiatcd with flags, ferns and flowers in a iannlior that displayed, the artistic taste of th',idecoiatois. ? 'lhe inreaised accouiiiiiliitioi l itchliaddedto tholei wa eICarIely I'tlicieiiiit'to itcioniiuid itt. ithe nlulllibei of dlinces.; Ali olticers tent ,iierecti '' fit the' reitr of the.uill swhere mirth iand song wer eiiterspor ced with refreshluneiintglof a fluid naturo. The caterii, sI.t.? r ayiden roviledy a good slupper' which was temirptinglv laid-out ini the, origrooin(L.E the ltoyail ltelt'ti(kiidlyl t tfo...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
SOpratiois ier?Ce commenced ,inthl latt$r'pir of`?last ueek upoiin the 1 `Rippleo" which had?: been ,blown ashore fromi the jetty in the late gales, and oil Monday list; she was again 1 afloat, and was towed out to her usual 1 berth: IHe'~T: ifinjuries are ;not very ] serious, but I understand she Will' be docked for repairs. She left here for Melbourn;i onri:Thinsday; aifid: the' "Little Angeliiia" which is to' take the place:oot `the '.:Ripple"- diiriri ' 1 repairs may be expected here in i day or two. .The people of Dromana and the "stirrtundiiidg disitiic i g'-ei lad"lto lnoiwthatthefiv arite ste'iiir ' Coogee' will pay us a visit on Monday which is a public holiday. We hope Messrs Huddarto-. Parkor. anud Co. will; contiiniei theisteamner service' for 'the' seasonfromthatdav. If the "Coo"ee" will not be available, tlhen we shmillibe glad to hmide the "Alert"" until the "'Iygema ' is in readiness for theBay I hear that the ifoundatioins for the new Presbyterian Mfanse'are to be d...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY THE ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
PRUI.T GRO WI\ G INN-DUSlJTRY Tril: ORCAO aun .Faurr GA.uines. The boisterous weather' caused grent damIage in this deplartnefit, the various crops hatving been severely thiinned. Both blossoms and fruit were blown off, tile cherry ciop .uffering sevorely; Branches were broken and trees blown down in exposed situations. The thinning of the fruit, however, may not prove to be entirely evll, . for blossoms' were very numerous, and crops had cvery appearanee of being heavier thani: the trees could bring to a high degree of perfection. The weather has heeii propitiou.s to the growth of. f"trl.wberriie; which are now ripiuning. reeds are growing rapidly here as well as elsewihere. and should be cleared away, for if left after this time many of themu will go to seed ad entail much extra labor in future. Peachl trees 'are growing r:ipidly; the fruit is swelling and should be thinned if first cla:ss fruit is desired. Disbudding, should. ilso: be practised to a greater exteilt than is genera...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
Every one - ;ht o Insur: Against Fire. THE NATIONAL &lt;INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, HEAD OFFICE:. Corner of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. TaoMAs Mouonr?s, EsQ., J.P., Chairman. G. D. CARTER, ESQ., M.P. Tx6MsAiaoibx.J.,Es ;JYicChairftiri n. 'R G7BessonEseQ:, J.P. 3Arrrm w Lia,- Esq.. J.P.. (Mayor of - Har si EHox. C..T. HAM, M.L.C. LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMI.U[M. Bus ish dG E oins Coere iWhou Extra Charge. .WILLIAM, "MACREDIE, Secretary. Agent. for Frankston-MAs 131101RDY. ; Ageutifor oALrningt6i--J.! E. WonRsr.T,: 'Professional. ;: ,y[CARD.' :] = s A. E.. STURDEE, SURGEON. (SiicipFsor nD-A. AKInhs.) May'b 'Censlilted tinly ait his Residence T" ATIAlA," BAT STREET, F R A N'KST O N. He May .also e Consulted at HASTINGS • At Mr. Cooper's RoyalnHot?l every Wedneasdy between 11 and 12 noon. Also at S SOMERVILLE' Every Monday, between 2 and 4 p.m., at the residence' of. Ml. Tnos. THORNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : S 9.To 11 A.. 6 to 8 r.x. May be consulted at lis ...
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS AH TOY V. MUSGROVE. Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS From the Melbourne papers. AH TOY V. MUSGROVE. Nov. 3. It. has ,been arranged that the hearing, of iti ''Priv-yr Council- appeal case, Ail;lToy v..? iusgrovc, in .which the Victorian "governmenti are. the appellants, shall commncuce on Tiuesdayr next. 1Mr .I": °. Wrixon; late Attorney General of England. A CARPENTERS' STRIKE IMPEN DING. SNnv.i4. Tlie carpenters throughout England have decided 'to"strike in Manj next, unless the employers' will agree to adopt the eight houirs principle and pay them 10. per hour. STRIKE OF COAL PORTERS AT PLYMOUTH. Nov. 4. In consequence of a strike of the coal porters at Plymouth, the merch-, ants, assisted by their friends, are dischaiging col 'frdin the' vessels arriving in port: _:: .THE COUNTESS OF JERSEY. Nov. 4. The Countess of ,Jersey, who has been suffering from typhoid fever, continues to make satisfactory pro gress. She hopes to be well enough to leave England for Sydney on December,19. THE ARCHDUKE JOHN OF AUSTRIA. Nov. 4...
MY TOBACCO-POUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
MY TOBACCO-POUCH: I once kanew a lady who said of hcr husband that he looked best :when sitting' with a rug over him. My female ,relatives .scon- to. have the same opinioni of my tobacco-pouicli for. they:nemver s?e it even in my own room, without putting a book or a pamphlet over it.. They call it!" that thing," aund make tong of their knitting needles to lift it; and when I hastily return it to my pocket they raise their hands to signify that I will not listen to reason. it seems to conle natural to other persons as ;'ell as to them to present me with new tobacco-pouches, until. I have now a score or more. lying neglected in drawers. But I am not the mlan to desert an old. friend that has been with mne everywhere and thoroughly knows my ways. Once indeed, I c-ame near to being unfaithful to my tobacco pouch, and 1 mean to tell how i partly as a punishment to myself and partly to show my friends and relatives the uselessness of buying me any. more pouches. The incident took place: ...