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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

FRUIT GROWING 1iDUSTRY. The Sira Francisco Ohronicle gives the following is a new and improved method of : drying apricots. The grower used small trays and sulphured in the usual mianner, but instead of leaving the fruit exposed to the sun for several days or until cured enough to gather up, just as soon as the surface became shrivelled, usually in a single day, the contents of seven or eight trays were put upon one and over the fruit was put an empty tray, with the cleats down and resting on the cleats of the under tray, which were turned up. A clear spaceo ,of two inches was thus left for the circulation of the air, and with an occasional stirring by hand the fruit remained thus shielded from the direct heat of the sun until thoroughly cured. The result is to produce a very choice quality, of. cured fruit, never dried too much, always cured evenly throughout, and at the same time a much smaller weight of : the fresh fruit is:requircelto inakd a pound of the dried than is the ease ...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

Corn cures: Dissolve one part of sahlicyice aid'in forty:parts collodion'; apply several times a week. The corn dissolves' with little trouble. For hard" corns, apply att night a mixture of.one part of carbolic acid andii?teh'n partsl of distilled water, glycerine; and soap-liniment; envelop ,with guttapercha tissue, and the corn may . generally be removed. th~e :inext morning. For inflamed and swollen joints' priceied iit thein.di e `manner, but use, instead of the above mixture, liq. plumbi dil. one :hundred and tinct A Cooron .MISTAKE I; DWELLITG .HousEs.-Avery' common mistake in dwelling-houses is to fix a stove on a' sheet of iron or other metal, laid 'directly onl'tie vwod flooring. This, altlihugli intendiid s a ieasure of safety, is really an invitation to danger, for the imetal ; sdoii bbeomes heated, and, as the wood beneath it is desic cated, ; the chances 'of' fire. are h'eightened.' The' stove should either stand upon a slab of stone or else the sheet of metal upoi 'whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

AN INTERESTING :LEITER SPECIALIST. tr ' ?l? ,JA'ES D.. ;LLEWELLYN. who Is duly L · Qiualledicdand :ltistered by 'the -Medicall Boards of Victoria and New South Wales. is aware that by derarlin 'f!roac the usual routine" of pranctie and deotfinp~hhncael celuarely, to a special hbrnch, whick he hy. done for some thine. he is not strinotly lollouwin? t'pathe o pr.eeton| etilqette: but, no a considerable iotly of the profession ae still disposed to stand coldly alnoof ncm anyone of their number who aocdres popularity itc the treatment of certai ailments and is really a Mlcdical SpeciaIst, he dcei net ??lctatecnrtowre hri.tcwht he considers lr.tiima.c meansr"or the pu.pcoec i disamaingeoycncal -ri'tiei:?.?aind ofiecagiu a. fr atn he it able the run, fdene of the pulic, it is ao-'redly better to soelk asisoance from the q ualitled eractitionerin prefrsece: tothsquatk..?":, . . .0 , The true designation el quackiery belong, to thuese ohamelriiadren'urers wmo, withi.ut a particle of medical...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

Auctions. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. At 12 o'clock, noon. Frankston - Bay View Hotel. In the Insolvent Estate" of Win. Davey. C 1 J. FOX has received instructions * from Chas. P. Williams, Esq., trustee iiin the abovo estato, to sell by auction as above- The Whole of the Household Furniture & Effects, Wines, Beer, Spirits, :i etc.,.etc., FOR AISOIUTE SALE S WITHOUT RESERVE. C. J, FOX, Auctioneer, Playne Street, Frankston. To Let. SO-LET OR FOR SALE.-On easy Sterms, ThrseeolRoomed Cottige. ~Apply GEORGE BENTICK, Nolan street, Frankston. N EW SHOPS in Bay Street, also Cottages. For particulars apply J. J. COURTNEY, 'Corangamnito," Henry str eet; lHawthorn SKeys to view at Mr Ferrier's. SiB'X CERTAIM CURE FOR INDIGESTION, LIVER and KIDNEY DISORDERS, D.,EBILITY, GOUT, SRHEUMATISM, :&o READ, TESTIMONIAS WRAPPED WITH EACH BOThL. ACT AS A VALUABLE -APERIENT and TONIC In conjunction with the DADEION . EsssENC. Dunatonre aompiud Eeuenoe of Dande lion and Liver Pills, are sold at-...

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THREE MEETINGS. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

THREE MEETINGS. S CONTINUED. She was gone. George did not know whether he was hot or cold, pleased or miserable, proud or humiliated. That she did not recognise the difference between their social positiotis was clear enough; the word " feuiitt-farmeor" evidently conveyed ito' ler lid more than if he had deseribed himself as a "country gentlemanl ; " and ho had so far forgotten it as to converse, to laugh, to answer back, with a freedom which his mothber' thbought' ,?diangerous~"' Sir .Tohlin?Vest " impertirnent," and the lady hersclif w-,hen she should, be numde aware of his sob:iil status oeuld not but stiiu'tiso ais " inbecomin?.! ; Tlhiait isl Iady,- flor?nce Maliyhw's og," ,iemaaked Sir Johlin an hour later as George ;,was leaving,; anid Puck, da:hing down-stairss scented: the possibility of a fresh encounter?i with' Thle young 'an glanced at the terrier rather guiltily, and went on his vay 11 an unusually tumultuous frame of ind. M umsniiers'iHallstood aboiut three iniles from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

Every oneOught to Insure Against Fire. THE NATIONAL : INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALIASIA, HEAD OFFICE: = FComrer of COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. ý. `": DIRECTORS :..I {. Tgoxs, T osx, Es., J.P.,,Chaiman._... _G. D. CARTEE, Eso., M.P.. .. ..... Tues-AnmroxiEsq.,J.P.,Vice-Chairman. B. G. BENSON, Esq., J.P. MAizzi IU 'za,;Es.. J?.; (Mayor.of, j., .eb e) , . ,j : HON. C. J. Iex, M.L.C. S L9OWEST CURRENT RATES OF -PREMIUM. Bush Fires,.an jGas Explosions Covered WithoutExtra Charge. S : .WILIA- I MACREDIE, Secretary. ut for Fran-st -- MABE"-ROD .. tfor Morningtou : E.' WORRELL. Professional. A. Hl.. STURDEE, SURGEON. Saccessor to D1R ARTNse.) May be Consulted Daiy at his Residence "TAT?ABA," BAT. STREET, 'R?"JEANK S'T.O N. ' : e hay also le Consulted at . S HASTINGS rit.MnCodper's RoyalHofel eIrery Sinesday between 11 and 12 noon. SAl'AI at' : :SOMERVILLE' *;ejer:Monda between 2 and 4 p.m., at hebreidence of Mu. THOS.'THORNELL. SHOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : 9 TO 11 A.x. 6 to 8 P.r. lý...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

Bootmakers. Frankston IBoot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO., PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLATNeE STREET, FRi&K5TO,. :ta: st Sornrd. rxaYoLLK. : A LARGE and aried. Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes ' always on hand. Roots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. R~epairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE." T. COOREY, 3?ENTONE PARIADE, MENTONE, MMAIN-STREET, MORDIALLOC. B OOTS and SHOES made .to order; D Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready G Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices. ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MIORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCHIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Franukston). General Auctionetrs, :House and Land Agents, 7ILL hold Weekly Sales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &Vc, ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, Ac. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers : THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Accouint Sales Promptly Rendered. All Comnismications to Hea...

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BAXTER'S FLAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

BAXTER'S FLAT RACES. ---+--e- A race meeting was held on the Baxter's Flat course, between Frank ston and Mornington, on Wednesday. Delightful weather favoured the gathering, and there was a fair attendance of visitors from the metro polis, who were expeditiously conveyed to and from the course by special train. The racing passed off successfully and .without, any specially remarkable incidents. The inefficient way in whichli the business of starting the races was done was a subject of general comment, the,oflical who acted apparently not having the jockeys under his control. The following were the results of the various events : SOMERVILLE HANDICAP, Of 15 sovs. For ponies 12.2 hands or under. Four furlongs.. Mr G. ledgway s eh f Silver Qiteen, 3 ys. C :t. 71b., carried 7st. (L. Smith) 1 Mr J. Haye's cr g Garryowen, aged, 7st. 21b. (Jas. Hayes) .... 2 Mr J. Lee's b g M'Kinnon, 5 yrs, 7st. G1b. (Caldecutt) ... ... ... . 3 Won by half a length after a good race. FRANKSTON SELLING RACE...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

RPOBTIlNG NOTES. i[ByW EAnXL BinIl.1 .I once asked, whetherin the lustrous lexicon of the :turf, there was such' a word as moeality. I 'was never conviliced that the morals of the turfwere any other than equine ones, and after the recent running of some of these equine morals,,I am at. a loss to fiid the moral ican now.rely-.on. Reeeritly 'ien a horse looked. a moral for a cerain race on performances,: condition and'other circumstances, something in the shape' of,anathematical, .metorological or metallc' influence squelched that moral, and we hlid another forcible example of what is called the " glorious uncertainty of the turf",lut.r what I would term down right deception and robbery on the part of the. owner.. The recent running of some of the horses at Caulfield and Plemington called for.the attention of those who are supposed. to keep an eye on these sort of horses, as. they escaped the notice of these gentlemen who are in honary position. Why. did not the supervising six : hund...

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SELECT POETRY. TWO HISTORIES.—(PART THE FIRST). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

SELECT 1'OETRZY TWO HISTORIES.-(PArr TaE Frusr). The fields were bright with .Tune's sweet store, The woods were green and gay, The round-leaved alders whispered o'er Where sang the stream all day. Down mantling to the water's edge Forget-me-not was blue; Above it golden-blossonmd sedge. And cool green rushes grew. The ringdove cooed her softest notes, The lapwing screamed above, While I, my spirit bowed with grief, Was parting front miy love. She met me on that Sunmner night: I-Ier cheek was pale, I know; Her hazel eyes were always bright, But now they seemed to glow. Ahl me, I often wonder now If what she said was true, Or wavs she glad to break her vow And.speak that cold rdiea ? I told her why we had to p'art, Of all I meant to do; I bade her keep a cheerful heart, Remember, and be true. "That we must part," she said, "I know But do not speak of truth. Our love is vain: 'twas ever so With love in early youth. I do not ask you to be true I wish we had not Imt For nothing now rema...

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 November 1890

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH .FRANK STON. Those who attended the above church   previous to the recent renovation must have been agreeably surprised to see the very neat and comfortable appear-   ance that it presented on Wednesday evening, the improvements costing over £100, which were described in a previous issue, have been completed, and gives the church the appearance of what it should be, and the guardians are to be congratulated upon their undertaking. In addition to their   improvement a very handsome pulpit of kauri pine was presented by the late Mrs. Armstrong, who had hoped to see it used for the first time, but unfor- tunately this lady breathed her last. W.H. O'Grady Esq., also generously presented the church with a very   handsome lectern in polished brass and these with the altar cloth given by Mrs. Madden and the set of com- munion linen given by Mrs. Pownall gave the chancel a very neat and pretty appearance. His .Lordship th...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

MOORABBIN Meet in-he, Shire ThalI, Southt., Drigit: . =, 2YSrst Menday ilifeaeli'imoth'.' L IL. Mills. Nortb Bxdinm W Gt"Bigesesn T ;d r et;'Hol er ' ýSouth= Ridlina W1T:I Lniib Sniith,~ f Vale, Ed Nichos'`U "' Eastloiding D MewIcainu R dills, F. West Riding,. J' Ddly; D: "Abbot Ij Barnett; · S!jO·Saohn Keys `;~[~tZf:rFI-i

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

FLINDERS AND KANGERONGc. Meets at Dromian the last Saturday in each month. ; SPREBIDENT:. ¾. A. 'Doniaard, J.P. f'r " , COUNcrLLons: East Siding - - _Hurley, A. 'Down cra rwrdl d .P., B. Stanley. v.i !; " ý· nt Riding -. Baldry, J. C. Griffiths, W. Brown.,j i t .i West Riding-' -;Wilson, B. Andrsoh , SJ.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY-:,. i .. kJ PoterNowlants''. TirEa DURB E ý". - "r'-'ý ..ir!'...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

(FRoS! OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The mebers of the Flinder aC. C. opened th'e 'eason with a scratch practice match in the Flinders Park on Sathrday ;last.-,Tho ,round lappeared' hoped some improvements will be inade. before:.. the M9ornington ,and Piraukston teams pay us a visit:*t The site itself is a very good one, being so convenieintly situated to the township, and it is well sheltered. Amongst the players I noticed several of our old acquaintances, Mes srs Clayton,iBedell, Planlck, ,Warren, Richaldsonl Segrilde, Rileyi and Leunig, their batting and deftne~s'.witli the ball showing that the "rust'. accumulated since last season was beginning to wear off a bit. But they all need practice to fit them for a club match. MIr E. Riley Jun. has been appointed Hfonorary Sdcretary for the ensuing season.

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

(Floo OUR OWN CORiieaIONDENT.) I have to record the demise of a very old resident of the district in'Mr Daniel Andrews;.who passed away on Friday Moorning hst: after. a loing illness. Deccased who was G67years of age, had'. been; a resident oE; the district for upwards of.30 years, and was much .respected as .evidenced by the funeral cortege on Sunday after noon last, when upwards of 40 vehicles and as many horseieni folloib?d his roemailins to their last resting place in the lMooroodue cemetery, the obsequies at the grave being performed by the Rev B. N. White of St Peters Morn ington. SThe youigest sonof Air S .'Bdfoird. met witli' a" painful 'accident on Saturday evening last whilst riding in 'the ,township, the, horse he was ridinig. hied. and tlhure vhini heavily against one of the posts a the inter section, of M'ain. and Vale streets,: dislocating his knfee, the sieffirr wis' at once taken to the doctor, and tlhen taken hoine, and is now progressiug favorably. .: , ur. t.. ......

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

This bein the. season of the year for mutton bird.eggngii, a.uunibeir of visitors aund' residents" of the district have left heroi for Philip Islaud for. a fewi dfys outingini the neighborhood, Cape -Wollomia. :'Unfortunately, tlihe 1eather the earl3ly part of the week was exceedingl 'Irough, arid not at ;ill favorable for out door pleasure, but this has'. been ainply compensated for during the last; two or three days. I notice that: a writer iii a contem pary speaking upon the 'establishment of an ornge :grove' iti;?this 1locality takes srather a `gloomiy iew:of the matter, and predifs, ultimate` failue to the;, spirited enterprise of 'the gcntlemlnm who lias taken' this matter in hland. Inri " muriiful numbers." the! sHil 'nid' elimate is de~icribed as been unfit for orange or leinon culture. Th'e writer of the paragplraph rfered to, may be surprised to learn that ' an undoubted authdrity on orange leion and olive culture has given it as his opinion that the neighborhood is specia...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

(GENERiAL O'PST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT' F] ANKSTON AS UNDER. For. Melbournc-7.45 a: ..-i12 noon 8.20 p.mi. For Morninaton-9.25 a.mn.-2.15 p.m. For Dromnn --9.25 a.m. For Somerville--9.25 a.m. For Hastings--9.25 a.m. For Cowes' and: San; Relio -Tuesday, Thurisday and Saturday--9.25 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

AN INTERESTING LEITER e SPECIALIST. Dt JAMIE D. LLEWELLTN, who 1. duly Qualified end RIo stored by the Mdla hfarde of Victoria and New South Wale, Is aware that by de rating from the usual routine of practice ead deaoting hiuuelf e xelurvely to a special br~nehwwrnhhe has done for some time. be is not strictly olblowin the lpaths of proferlionai eItquette but, n a considerable body of the profewoon are still disposed to stand coldly aloof from anone of their mnber who acquires popularity In the treatment of, certain ailments and is really a bMedical Specialit,be. does not .hestate to resort to what he 'considers le-itin?:c meanis for the pnrposeof disahnin;;cynical erRicisr.. and of engaging a. far as he s able the con. fidonce of the pualic. It is assuredly better to seek assistance froam the qaliflied oractitioner in preference t 0 te quack. .. . . The true designation of quackery belogs to thimse shameless adren:rrrrs whi, without a particle of medical Imealnlc?.or a ittle of cla...

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LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG. Tuesday; 25th November [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

DANDENONG, i Tuesday; 25thLovenmber Joseph Clarke's report--Owing to the ox tremely wintery weather of the past few days, there was a very small attendance on Tuesday.-Dairy cattle, the" -conipetiion was dull and prices ruled low. Store cows were difficult to quit at low quotationis. Pigs, the deliand was brisk and late prices were full realised. Calves, owing to the short supply the prices for calves ruled very hirh.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890

It is no great matter to live lovingly with good-natured. hnmble. and meek persns,;' but heowho carud6 s?~.iith the forwerad,' wilfIt-iignorarnt -peevishy , and perverse has true charity.

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