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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
DRAUGHTS. Ar,. comnmunications and contributions intended fur insertion in this coluhni should be addressed to the DlRAUlrTS EolTORl, obliec of this paper. The EIDITOt will lie pleased to receive solutions of the problems published, also local games. PR1QBLE1 NO. II. BLACK. WHITE. Black-7, 10, 13, 14.-King 16. White-21, 22, 25.-King i. 8. Black to move and win. G.uAm No. 3. " Single Corner." Platyed between Mr F. G. l)nmn and Mr Ninnes. 1)IIuni's IIOVC. 11.15 24.119 13.17 32.28 22.18 15.24 19.15 7.10 15.22 28.19 4. 8 14. 7 25.18."9 2 .13 23.1: 3.10 8.11 18.14i 11.16 26.22 29.25 10.17 2.2;23 5.' 9 1!1.15 2l1.14 16.20 30.26.( 25.22 1. ( 831.2; 6.10 22.18 17.21. Duilin ivon easily. ..-Simply giving the gamue away 28.24 mighlt lave drawn, thus : 28.24, 2.7; 15.11, 71( 1.15 G.?,iu No. 4. B" ristol." Played between Mr.G. Andrews and Mir T. McLeod. S Andrew's move. 11.16 30.26 10.14 27.18 24.19 11.106 18.1 20.27 8.11 22.18- 5.14 31.24 28.21 13.22 29.25 7.10 • 16.20 26.17 4. 8 14. 7 22.17 9...
SELECT POETRY. OUR COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
OUR COUNIIRY. Our thought of thee is glad with hlope, '. Dear countiy of otr love and iprayoi's; - Thy way is down no faittii slope But up to freei sun imd 'irs. Tried as by fuirinee fires; and yet By God's grice'only stronger made; In future tasks before thee set -' Thou shall not lack the old time aud. The fathers sleep, but men remlain As truio atid .rise and brave'iis theyo ; iVhy coint the-!oss withnittte hetinll :, The best is'that we lilve to-day.. No lack was-in thy priimal stock; No weakling foiuinders buiilded here; There were the men of Plymiouth Rock, " The Puritan and Cavalier; And.thiey whose firlm intludrnc gained.. - ? The freedom.of tIhesouls of niln, i:: Whose handsunst:ined inpeacenmaintained The swordless comnuonwealth of Penn. And time sha llbe the power of all:.. -'.Tddo tlie work that duty bids; And iniike the people's Council Hall As 'lsting as the Pyraids. . Thy I sseenall the world shall leurn, T'hi lnatiois' ntthy feet shall sit' Eairth'sTfurthest inouinta...
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
.-The series of fatty acids made known b Clihreull1 ild o: ther.; is bi'ouken by a few yie:itieiis which await filling up. Oniei of these gaps has been occupied .bvy . ('rtard's discovery of a new fatty acid, whos? place lieo b tw'cit lahlnitic and stei.ice cids, and presents an:ilogotus protli;rties. its unIlting point, howerer, is '?ot; intermediate, hist is Is:ir th'i th;tit of either of the other two. Th??e n etl of d:Atuic e:id ',i sbeoi ngif" f"ii.' Thre-hc is nJ t room for nitany more discoveried o.f this kind.' Saturalists have not, manifeste nii ich uriosity about the domestic Hibits of thliu '"rocidii : and have irather shown .ia desire to get out of its w;'yj when they have. had an oppol'tiiiiiyt~ oft making Abstrriatlifs. Herr Voeltzkow, however, i:nlprorve the opportunity of a lucky encounter which hei lu(d with 1ine ii Ea?it'Africa. ] erobtied 79 iievliaid oeggis' fronmi it nest which he found live or six paces froiin thelibank of' i river, and this is' what he noticed...
AFTER FORTY YEARS COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
AF TER FORTY'' YiEARS': COURT' - 4----~ The h!istry of the troubles of a: couple Who w ?re married last eooek iti :i village lear Leiiston,: Maiiic, has. something in it which most emphatically illustrates the trnth of tile old "adage tlhatt the course of trite love never runs s1mooth. Tie bride ,was . i :lad of sixty-four years, whose hair is soilv or, ad the groom a few .years.. snior. Their courtship had extenidedb over ' iperiod of forty-six years . A Lewiston gentle man wiho is acquainited wlith r the bride "says that when' se was eighteen cyears old she fell ;ii loe i`rith lali ppremseit huisband, afidil 'ido lier l priparatioins tb marrry o hor ninieteeniith birtlidati. Her father lhitdi' died i hllen she i,?s a little girl, leailng?i ; inivalid:t mothlir, with no one to depenid iipoib f1o support 'but this'dasightor:.~; Vhenithel old lady heaird of her -itterideld nttiai.e shie-put her foot righ i down upon'itii e ittattei, and said:. she: shiouild `iit t; iedHie?t;r'ar. mto...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
AN INTERESTINGi LETiTEh iol a WII=h U, O I SSPECIALIST. rL , AljtU'D, dL t LEELLYN t ho" Ias nly JQLsnfrll edsod F tietered :by S the -Medlel BoadeQls ýro icati-ad'?-s ssot s ath \sles. Is aware that by de;lrtin, - rou tihe usual rouitne of prehtice and dpeotin? mit.ssel caclussely to special blanch, whitIeh'lSelha.lone for some tse; heri tlst stricotly folUqirst thle athls of prfe-aionrld eti/uitte: outl. as a eoneiderbile .-r' the the iolesio ore still dislmsed to steld o?al hl ;?s Ir "l:nl one of itsheir nuober who so:irehe itp"ull?tCt il theltreatmcltt of certain ahlloent antsi iorerll a Medital Specdiallxt, h sdtest not -eiliate to reaort to fshbt lie eonoidere IreitI aIrIallus m teinn. for ppel f disaimin ehyniOF-o -riti,-is:. :l of .::-lýi;S o, S te r ao lie i able tilt cot filence o thie IltaLL~ It ot: an:-sldly better to soeek ssi-a.eane fro,. the nstlt-" .f -raltitiouer It n reference to th qdak. . . " " bteoe te desigstion of uackerv bselong. to' those ohamelats arne-ttre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
Bootmakers. .Frankston 'Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDOS & CO.,C PRACTICAL- BOOTMAKERS, Psr xSTSET, ,F AKs. .. . . .. LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' a:d Gctlemen's Boots and Shoes i i ::always on hand.: Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Haiid Sewn Work a Specialty. .Repairs Neatly Executed. SMELBOURNE PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. T. COREY, 31ENTONE PAIIADE, M1ENTONE, 1AILýT-STREET, MORDIALLOC. B OOTS and SHOES made to 'order; S Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready -Made Boots and Shoes Below Melblourne Prices A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIIIE & C., (Of Melbotuno and Frnkston). General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, W ILL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF -YnCommlmniciiios `to Uca 'O ce, =FISH MARKET, MELBOURNE T. H. i)AVEY, ESTATE AND...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
1 .4 7.b iVEW ;. Ti Hon: Secretary of the: Frankston Brass Band desires to icknowledge with thinks thlie receipt of the following don ations tofiVards the funds of ~tho `hband:-d James Grieo Esq. T.P., ?.-? ?. on JIs; a .Bilfour i:.10 3. C. Haiirriain, L;Esq .Li·ls; Mrs Btowan.± 3s'; !rItunonif .E sq ±£11is anti -uiHeron Esq £1ls:. : T'is adjournedl pulicc iei? etin' in 'cjnI n l~stion'. with the Frankston Brass 'Biid Wvas held on Friday evening 1lst ilt.. The i.cretary reported that ho hadr.,eceived" siX lplications fron, persons willind to act' a,;band instructer. After careful coin sidertion-,the application; of,,Mr D:.H Slinnai of, Traralgn was i :cepted anid lie will enter upon his dnties forthwitli:;:Mr Hanmah will be a leritiainent '?ie;sident in Frainkston,: which in itself will bioa groat iidvantage.to the newly formied banid; i he will hie able to give thei. ?idditioin?l ,atiention. i The conmnitteui'alsobroi'ht?n? their draft f ruled "ind(b! .l-a? . :iihic weioo reneiveot...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 8th NOVEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
"Not timidly, Inor nrhliy." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 8th NOVEMBER,.1890.' The Australian. colonies are most appropriatly viewedl with considerable interest by those residing in, other por tions of the globe. People living in the aniiipodes are of the opinion that the inhabitants of Australasia are laying the foundation of a great and mighty empire in the Southern seas: an.d any -pr?.gres'in?o allltiolla cvieveifpilenit S watched with: the greatest interest by those who live in foreign parts. That our growth has been " marvellous ." the lost clasuial observer must admit. About three years ago the centenary of the Australian colonies was celebrated' iH Sydiney, and whal n it is taken, into con sideration that the establishment *of a settlement, in _.these .parts was conm .Ilenced under most iunfavorable circumlll stances, and that .the ; various colonies comprise such cities as Meibourne, Sydney and Adelaide we thinlk that we have just cause in; asecrtiiig' thiht our early hi...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
ODDS AND ETNDS. Vhy.should a man, be careful about marriage ? Because a wedding .is aal most always a miss takele? i : 'Anl Italian railway porter, who now and thes indulged ii a glass too mnch, was accosted by. a collumercial. traveller with. -"at, what makes your face so red ?";' "Please your honor," said Pat, "I always blush whel 1 . spakes to a gentleman." The pearl ignores its value the flower its perfiume; to be like the pearl and the flower, young girl, igntore thy beauty. SDeferenice is tle most delicate, ;tlie most indirect, and the most elegant:of all compliments.-Shenstoue. The best rules to form a young man are, to talk little, to hear much, to re flect upon what ihas passed in 'company, todiistruist oine's own opinions and value others that deserve it.-Sir W. Temple. There is no seritiment that seems to meet so universal" ai ?en'ddrsemient as " There is no place, like hoime." Most men ought.to know. the. advantages of home, as they genierally ry aill the other placies b...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
.POJ TINVG NOOTES. [BY E? tRL BnRD.l Racinrg fixtures for "next week .. MONDAY, 10T IHov. Williamstown Races. Kilhore laces . Chiltern Ro. ,es. Lilydalo Races. Entries ,for Blaxters's Flat races held 19th.. " . " . .. , . " ' S eights for Richfield held 13th. Weights for Victorian Club Races (Caualfield)'lild 15th. TILESDAY, 11Ti Nov. SOakleli,1 Park Rulces. Weights forWVyndhhnu held 21st. Eltries for Geelong pacing Club held Entries for Iyneton Races held 25t11h. W5EDNESDbAY, 1T T NOV. Mentone Racing Club meeting. TII . ' DAY, 13TH Nov. l Richfield Races. : Weights for Bendigo meeting held 26th and 27th. FRIDAYD ; I~ Ti NOV. Epsom ?acing Club meeting. General entries for Dargalong held 17th Weights for Baxter's Flat held 19th. SATURDAY., 15u Nov. Victoriam Club Races (Caulfield). The greatest racing carnival of the year in Australia commenced on Saturday and what a perfect day indeed was Derby Day of 1890. Merry Melbouine and all the world seemned to be at Flenlington. What an attr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 November 1890
Auctions. THIS DAY AT 4 O'CLOCK..: C J. FOX will sll by auction THIS * DAY in the Cottage at the back of Playne street, recently occupied by - BELL. Double, Bedstead and .Palliasso, Wash stand, Table, Kitchen Table, '&c. Under distraint for rent. C. J. Fox, Aunctioneer, Frankston. FRIDAY, 14th NOVEMBER. 'Point Nepean Road, Frankston, On tihe premises at 2.30 pi.m. C J. FOX has received instructions * from Mr Geeo. Freeman, to sell by auction, as above, SURPLUS FURNITURE AND SEFFECTS, Single and Double Bedsteads, Washstands, Tables, Chairs, Large Dining Table, Crab Winch and Sundries. Terms Cash. No Reserve. C. J. FOX, Auctioneer, Frankston. FRANKSTON. '1 J. FOX'S next M[ONTHILY LJe STOCK SALE - Will be. held on? WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER hTvn At 2 o'clock. C. J. FOX, Auctioneer, Frankston. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 At Twelve O'Clock. EXECUTORS' SALE. SEASIDE VILLA RESIDENCE, MENTONE. 2a. 2r. 31p. LAND. FRRASER and CO. LIMITED have instructions from the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Com...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
- ( FLIhDERS £NDKdNGEItONO. Mets at Dronmanla the lmst Saturday in PRe I month. . N -- . " .. . fA. Downwaird;. J.P.1 : " CouCILLRioRs: .' East Riding- - .Hurley; A. Down w rd, J.P., R. Stanley.,,: Centre "Riding-- -. Baldry, J. . C. Sr Giifitlis, VW. Brown. West Riding- - Wilsoi, 'IR Anderson, I J.., J. Cainij .TP. 'SECRETARY: Peter Nowlan; . TE. .-MASURER: T. B. -Muntz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
SHIIRES' DIRECTORY. ]MORNINGTON. Meets in hMornington Shire IhLl the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : C. Souter, J.P. COUNCILLrsons : North Riding-?. D. Box, C. Souter, .J.P., ,: and C J. Fox (FPrnkston). East RIiding-HI: H. Peddle (Hastinus);'J. Sawyer (Mornington), T.1Thorncll ! (Somerville). . .: West Riding--J. E. Adams, A.ýDownward, J.P., W. M1. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington).. * SECRETARYB AND ENGINEER: - H. E2. Moors (hiorninrtbfti).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
Notices 1, 20. " TO LEND on Froee ? I/?. :Pz_ "bold " Property,- in sums of. not-less -than One Hundred. D. CoUSENs, Storekeeper, Sorrento. NTOTICE.-A Public Meeting will be -L held in the Hastings Reading Room on Saturday evening next 15th inst., at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a mem ber of Committed for the said room. H. H. PEDDLE, president. TO-LET OR FOR SALE.--On easy terms, Tliree Roomed Cottage. Apply GEORGE BErxIC, Nolan street, Frankston. CHURCH OF ENGLAND The Re-opening Service will be held on Wednesday next, the l9th at 7.30 p.m. The Right. Rev. the Lord Bishop :will preach. Holy Communion. HASTINGS FREE LIBRARY. A PUBLIC MEETING,. of Subscribers to, and of others anxious for S/'. " the prosperity.of, the .. HASTINGS FREE LIBRARY, " will be held in THE . ATHENAEUDM, HASTINGS, On Saturday, (this evening), :15th inst., at 7 o'clock, when a letter from the Hen. the Chief Secretary, in reference to the present management of thatInstitute, will be sub mitted for cons...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
ITE IS OF NiVBWS. A leading English Judge is hard of hearing and recently, it is said, there was frequent applause during the hearing of a case before him. Io silenced it several times, hut after a wl'ile caume an outburst louder than ever, and in great indignation he exclaimed: '?' Thes. demonstrations are most inseenmly! 'Ilf they continuo I shall have the court cleared at once !" Bat the noise the Judge had heard was a peal of thunder from a; storm that had suddenly coeipe p SA largely attended meeting of imembers of the Crannbourne 'branch of the .ran hourne and lnangivarrin Rainlway Leiague wtas held on Friday last, 7th November' in the Shire :Hall, Cranbourn&e· The Presi dent of the Shire (Councillor Gamble) presided. Great satisfactiol was'expressed' at the inclus;on of the railway in the'list to go beforo the Railway Comumittee, faid confidenit pinionis were. expressed that'a very, sarong case will be submitted and suffic'en, to warrant the Committee in recommend'ng ...
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Frankston, November 14, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
: iETEOROLOGICA L REPORT". ?ruinkston,, -No enber..1i; .1iS914 ; TO S Baron. Attelido Temp ttunoe of Aur The Nov. 8, 30.91' (Odu, dog 5Odog `nil. , 9, 30.05 .7o 46 ?, ; 0.03 S10, 29.91 0 3? ,; 0.05 S']1, 29.04577 :T ??-tO 0.01 1 :. 0?.0 7, 14) 1 iou'6 tl,- '...?1 7 otaul rintlalfor'. the w,?ak eindiiiu the 14th'Noveiiber I1890S.O l ichen I:tio!iietc?r risig. r : RJ6E
HOW A SENATOR GAINED A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 November 1890
IIOTV A, SENAT'OR GAIrNED A. WVIFE. Senator Groobmne o 3l;?r?land, U.S., recetly narrated the following romantic incideint in liis career :- " Severalyears ago, when I was a candidate,for'Governor of my State, a gentleman in a ineighboring town, where I chanced to be, said lie would oppose me on, the groundithat: I was.i a bachielor.. He ewas older thaniI was.. not the best looking man in the world, and had never married : so?,to silence him, I said in jestthlit I"'ioiild bet lim ii hait thit I could findia' lady inside of three years who would, lmarry.; me;: and ý:thlat ,was bletter,, I ýas sure, than lie coildd do. " I succeeded ul.backing hint down, but I got into another diflicultv. '. One of these newspaper chlaps some howor 'othier got hold of what I had 'said .-or rather. whatI hadri't said, ani the first th!i giitha I kniew?I was published as offeiing to iet thlatl I ' ould be riarried within three years. . "A scribe in. Baltimore, to get ahiad of hiis felows, ventnred to gi...