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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
FRUIT GJW WING INDUSTRY: When Mnr J.: ' e.t irrigation expert attached to tile Agricultural ..depart inent, was. in California collecting in fiormation on the subject of irrigation and the cultiration anud riieservatio of fruit, lie was requested by -thelate Minister of Agriculture to ascertain .hat.t varieties of fruit not, generally known in Victoria re' iiostly us'ed for presei?rving iUrposes ir America, aind to: report upon those' lhe considered most suitable for this colony. In a repliort to the Secretary for Agriculture M?lrr West recommiends the Muir peach' is the :iiost suitable for -drying pmiposcs, and the .oFoster peach for canning. For the latter purpose he also recommneidii theb oinge aind lemdii cling, white Adriatic fig, .Waishington inaiel and Mediterranean sweetorange, the Santa Ba'arbara soft shell walhiut; Aatch 'seedling almonds, Cuthbert raspberry, the Sharpless aind LoLoh iworth strawberry,,. and ;the, Crindell blackberry. ?Steps ';ill.be taken by the Secretary...
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Frankston, November 29, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
nETEOROLOGICAL REPORT O. Frankston, November 29, 1890. SBdrom. Atiehd. Temp'ture ot Air. Rain .Date. seaeerol. Therm. Max. Mir. ifal. Nov. 22 ; 30.14 72deg 67de;r 45dog: fnil. ,, 23, 30.00 87 ,,. 6 ,, 44,, 0.06 ,, 24, 29.55 61 ,: 5 , 4, :,i0.16 ,, 25;, 29.61 6 ,, 69,, 45 ,. 1.13 ~, 26,... 30.0 80 ,, 65 . 42 , 0.23 ,, 27, 30.09 87,, 72,, 52 ,, nil. ,28, 29.87 88 ,, 7 , .4 ,, nil. Total iranifall for the week ending the 28thNoveinber, 1890, 1? 4siinches. Barometer falling. , . ..
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
Excelsior v Mentoneat Chielteilam .The following are the Excelsior's team .who are requested' to be on Frankston station at 2.pm: -Box (3), Deanie, Dalman ?Patterson, McComb ??(2), Oliver' Robinsoi and Crosskell. , ' match vas played, last" Saturday between the Frankston and Frankston Excelsior, -ad resulted in a win' for the Excelsior .by 020. runs, the , scores teing-', Frankston 45 '?Excelsior.. 65.. The principal scorers for Frankstonl were Sadlier 24, Box 9; for the Ex celsior, Patterson 32, A, Box 12. Mornington v. Frankston will play at Franlkston. The following will repreesent Frankston :--Bentick, Bax ter (2), Box, Saddlier, Reynolds, Kelso, Kinrade, Thomas, Cooka and Mason. , a : ý- - ý ý
HINT ON TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
HINT ON TYTPHIOID .FEVER. While the minds of'somne of the: suburban councils :ire beingi excicised about the sites upon, which Dessicators are to be erceted, and a new proposal of improviilg' the pain systemi: The Fitzroy: Council have set about in a prictiicalwaiy: of meeting the usual wave.of Typhoid PFeer' which goner ally sets in, every year on the approach of summer, by having tents carcctcrl' within thieir' bouildii.iies for thec re ception and isolation of those sufferers who may be struck down by this fell monster.''I'n the ho ie of our Sh'ir: Council being induced to try this on a small scale for the benefit of those located within' its radius,'we inentiont that the experience gained in the Typhoid Tent camp of :the Alfred Hospital goes to prove, that incredible .as it may appear to'iinany, the p'ercc'n tage of deaths from Typhoidd Pever' treated in the tents is nearly one half less than that treated in, the proper wwards of that hospital. It is under these circumstances we...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
RPOR1TIVG NOTES. T ,,EARLY Bn.r.l .E ,... 1 Racing fittite for ext*- xeie MONDAY_, IST DEC. Weights for Ballarat Meeting ld .5th and Gth. ' TUESDAY , 2ND DEC.. Moonee Valley (postponed) meeting.. WEDNESDAY, .3D DEC. Mordialloe (postponed) meeting. Acceptance for. Ballarat meeting held 5th and 6th.' THmURSDAYr ' 5TH' DEC. Bacchus Marsh meeting.' FRIDAY, 5TH DEC.. Firt 'cly ,of -Ballartt meeting.. .' SATUwDAY GTH :DEC. Second day of Ballarat meeting.. Entries for Trentham. Entries for Balinarring and iHastings, held Boxing Day. After every; Cup we hear of the big, amounts won by the ow-ner, the, tdiiec, the jockey; and some of the public, and we also herx of theo duicides; 'the embezzle= ments and the losses of those who did not win. Afte~ this: Cup' the trainer, by report, has fared the worst, as it is said lihe only landed ai solitary £200. Mr Wallace and Mr Broadribb laid the jockey a substantial stake to nothing, and O'Brien and Sr 'iders two brother jockeys a'so tlirew him a "tho...
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
SHIiIRLES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : C. Souter, J.P. . COUNCILLORS: Nirth-Sidin- J. D. Box, C. Sout(r,,j.P..n Sand C. J. Fox (Frankaton): , 1Enat lidinng=H H. Peddle (Hnstig s) J. ?,.Sawyer. (Morningtoin); T. Thornell, (Somerville)' West iding'--JE. 'Adamns, 'A Downward, r c JP.; W M IrPine,'J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND. ENOINEER: M E oors (Mornington)..i ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
Every one OAgiaght toy Insure Aga nst, Fire. THE NATIONAL IiSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LTnrTED.) RHEAD OFFICE: - rCorner of COLLINS:AND)MARKE?T STREETS, fMELBOURITE. i/ ThEox MoutrnL, EeQo, J.P., Cairman.:, 1 .GLD.: CAR, ESQ., M.P. Taes. AL o ,Es~.,J.Pi,Vii~LChaiiiii-a. i : G. BENsoN, EsQ., J.P. MarrHEW LAiro, 'Eq;, J.P. (Mayor of Melbourne).. . ... -.,Hox. C -O-J.-HaN,-M.L.C. LOWEST ,CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM.t?' Bush Fires and Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. Agn9l>tnR?l M EDIE,. Agent for Frankston-,MinA Buour. Agent for Mdinintdn-J. 'E. WORRELL. A. H. STURDEE, ,e ! SURGEON: :' . ' '' (Successor to Ds. s.) -tay be Censulted D Residence "TATIA A," IBAY STREET, FRANK ST ON. HeMay aloo be Consulte d , HASTINGS At Mr. Cooper's Riil'Hotel every Wednesday between 11 and 12 noon. Also at Every 'Monday, between 2 and 4 p.m., at :the residence of-M." Taos. THORNELL. [HOURS AT HOME (DAILY) : Dr. SCANTL.EBURY May" be consulted at his residence, Point Nepeau Road; Chelten...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
Bootniake'rs. Frankston Boot Wa reoluse. J. REYNOLDS :& CO., PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLAvRie .STREET, "FuXAsvTO i A LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes alwys 'on hand. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. H.nd Sewn Work a Specialty. 1Repairs Neatly Executed. ,MELBOUR~NE- P.RICES.... BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. T. COREY, 31EN'ONE PAI1RADE, M3ENTONE,ý 1AIN-ST1REET, 3ORDIALTLOC.. BOOTS and SHIOES mado to order; :Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below. Melbourne Prices A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. etioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MIORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCHIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctionecrs, Rouse and Laud Agents, TILL hold Weekly Sales asAdvertised HORSES;. CATTLE, c., ALSO LAND IIOUSES,' FURNITURE, Ac. Sales Conducted by tleir Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF _Account Sales Promptly Rendered. , All Comumnications to Ilead Office : FlSHI MARKET, MELBOURNE...
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 29th NOVEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
#oin~ton $itrnutzud. "Not timidly, nor rashly." . PUBLISHED -EVERY SATURDAY,; MORNING. 29th NOVEMBEL, 1890. Dunisa the last few years fruit growing has.rapidlybieen. increasing. in favor, and the' orchtad 'induslsry. is speedily? taking a formost: position. Those who. remembcr.tthle rush -'that was made for the growth of cereals, will experience a sense of,. relief that a large proportion of our population are now turning their attention to tWhat is believed t" libe ':prdfit tle. out-let for surplus labor and capital. Latterly great attention las been paid to the experiments.of shipping fruit; to the home market, and the late Go vernments have done all in their power to encourage this project. Experts have been sent to the.. well, known: fruit growing- districts of California, and the States of America for the purpose of gathiering experience from those who have brught' fruit groiving to perfection, and,.as a: . result ,of this effort much valuable information has been: placed at th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
Special Notices.d I. S ALVATION EXTRAORDINARY!! A MONSTER MEETING In the Temperance IHal, Frankston, on '?:MO! DA'Y; DECEMBER 1' 189i . . Staff-capt:.Taylor and Wife: Capt. Knapp "" -''and Moriington Officers and Friends. Swearing in of recruits., Everyone welcome -IOUND-Two Pony MARES. one black Sand the oher dark browin. "No visible brands.-Apply OFFrrc of this PAPSe" W? ANTED. NURSE; .GIRL. about'15 kind to cliildren, goodhonme, apply LORDING-o and STONE M1ornington. OST Silver BRtOCH urdt-Sa yid L night, between Playne and Young streets. Finderr Rewarded Apply Office of this PAPER. WT ANTED to SELL Strong DRAUGHT HORSE, Tip Dray and Harness; good, cheap.-Apply to THOMAS WADS woRTH Playno street Frankston. . ,Auctions. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2'9. At 12 o'clock, noon.. Frankston a- d Ba t VieWi Hotel. In the Insolvent Estate of Wni. Davoy. '1 J.- FOX has received instructions * from Chas. P. Williams, Esq., trustee in the above estate, to sell by auction as abov- The Whole of the Hous...
THREE MEETINGS. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
THREE MEETINGS. CONTTI.UED. It had been a cold, dull winter dowi in (Creamshire. Sir John West's party had long silce dispersed,:- Lady Flor? once and her mother going to Brighton, Mr Ackroyd to'Egypt. Other people had been at -the Hall; and 'had also left it.' Sir John himself had gone up to towl on thO opening of Parliament in February, and was still away. Spring had crept over the rich Cream shire meadows, and the ..elm-trees behind Mummers' Hall' were tthick with leaves, and at sunset came clouds of black rooks to wrangle in the branches. George Clode often sat on the wall of the stone bridge which spanled the moat, and looked across at.his home ; but "l :his eyes spring had little beauty compared with tthe tender grace of a day that, was, dead," a crisp bright October day full of mellow sunshine and clear home-like sounds that mingled in his memory with the " swish" of a woman's dress upoii the dry chesnut-leaves. George had prospered during 'the winter; his crops had been adva...
MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
MORNINGTON. SHIRE3l COUN-i Mo ~DD:i.rNon?'.isii?2 2. The usual.monthly mnceting of the Morningtoizi Shire Couniiii was held in the shire hall Mornington on Monday last, when thefollowing werepresent::-: Crs Souter' (President) Irvine, Box, Fox, Peddle, Thornell, Sawyer, Adams and Downward. ! Minute of previous meeting' read and confirmed ....... .... CORiRESPONDENCE. S"rom Hon L. L. Smith, stating that he would support the motion of the MIaffra Shire Council, mnainely, that a municipality of less than 20 square miles should be paid a :subszidy as' a Borough. Received. From C. Laurisson,' asking that the asphalte footpath be continued past his property iii 'Yoiumg street;' id 'agreeing to pay his share of cost. Cr Fox moved that the asphalte footpath be extended to ;Balmoral street, a' nd a himp erected, site to be fixed by the ,Councilloirs for the riding, seconded by Cr Fox and carried. a From Post and Telogiaph Depart ment, re the cutting downuof ,wattle treesin the Post Ofliec ym...
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
SOiENTI.FIC HNOTES.. Opticians separate lenses by boiling them in water. The temperature must be very gradually raised, as there is danger of cracking the glass. French physicians report great success with the internal use of anti septics in typhoid fever. According to this method, the disease, it is stated runs a shorter course. Spurious champagne is composed of cheap French white wine, sugar, and the usual flavoring matter. At times indeed it is even made from fruits, and has actually been known to be con cocted from crated fruit-syrups, water. and a common kind of spirit. .The specific gravity of di freshly laid egg is between 1"0781 and 1.0942. When exposed to the. air, it. loses water, which is replaced by air, and loses about 0 0017 to 0"0018 per da: in gravity. A.t the end of three weeks the specific gravity will not be over 1035, and it is then nearly on the point of spoiling: WTlhen the.- gravity has fallen to 1.015, the egg shows signs of decay. It is said tllhat an approx...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 November 1890
ITEMS OF NEWS. On Thursday last a narrow escapi fromn ai serious accidentetook place in Frankstbon. Whilst' Mr J. T. Hellier's horse and trap was standing in front of Dr Sturdee's residence, the 'winkes' liby somne" means ciame off the horse's head.: Mr Hellier who. was in the trap it the time with a? little child had the presence of mind to drop the child in the bottomu of the vehicle and get out at the back quietly. Beforer he could reach the aiimaltit bolted down Wells:street into Young street r:here the conveyance came into contact with a, hedge breaking the shaft and swingle-tree thus being the means of freeing the holse and bringing the trap to a standstill. Fortunately the child is unhurt. On Tuesdays evening ilast the iindmbers and friendseof the local Teit of Rechaibites held a social evening in the Temperance Hall, Farnkston. The occasion was taken advantage of by making a presentation to their late secretary Mr Joseph McConib. This consisted of avery handsomoteachers Bibl...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890
` MOORABBIN. Meet in the Shire Hall, Sooith Brighton. Mi 'first Mondah in each month. PRESIDENT: c C B ills. North Riding-W. ; G.,nBurgess, Hon T. S. Bent, F. e ollier. Scuthi Riding--W. Lamb Suiitl?; E. "L. V de,!'Ed. Nicholls. East Ridirig-- D. McSwain, R. Mills, F. LePge. West Ridin,?g?: J.. Daly, D. Abbot, E. x ]isvi Sec , tar1-.. . .. "K. ys v I . k~I .t::l~qrwc uQP. );:
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890
SHLIRES' D1)RECTORY. MIOIRNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shiro Baill the Saturday bcfore full mioon. " l'RESIDENT: _ A C._Soute ,.T.P. Nort1i Lding-JT. DBBox, C: ýSouer; J.1', and C. J. Fox' (Franikston) ?..,. East Bidisn 11 .1i Feddlo (flastisn.ts);'J. Sawyer (Mornsn..tox), T.-Tliorne'fi (So nirville) ; -f. ., West'Riding-J. 3 . LAdanis -A Downward, J 1 A :M. Irvine, J.P. (Mlfornie;ton). SCK'ETARtT ANI) ENnINEFR: A. E.b Mors (MorIiin4ton).
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890
ITEMS OF NEWS. On Saturday next hr., P. Rhnoiuf of the firm of Crosskell Ritchibe and Co. will offer for saloeat Frankston; a valuable piece of property consisting of it five roomed brick cottage, kitchen. pantry and land, having a frontagoe to Nolan andHigh streets.: The property occupies one of.the most choicest pbsitions in Frankston, and with the terms offered should command a ready sale. IN our next issue will appear ran intor esting paper entitled Frankston after ten years. The writer has 'dealt with the many changes and improvements that has taken. place in the township during, the last decade, introducing several local celebrities, and we are, confident that the articles will be read with interest. In another part of the paper it will be seen that Messrs Sheehey and Joyce have purchased the bakery business lately carried on by Mr Hueks, Hastings, and we are confident with the knowledge they have of the district that they will make the business as success. ,: Mr J. T. Hellier...