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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

SMAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. From Mclbourne--9 a.m. and 3 p.m. From 3forniigtonll-. n.m. and 1 p.m. From Dronan--ý1. :.Ln. From Somervillo and Ha;istings-1 p.n. Froml; Cowes and Sanl Rcllo--Monday, W:c; hlcmhesday and Friday--l p.m. I_ _ .,

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

JrORlNINGTON. (FEON OUR OWN CORiESPONDEhN.) 1 haive nothing of importance to chronicle this .week, matters being excedingly quipgt. The sumlniner iseasonifs fast approaching, but visitors such numllnbrs as ? previous years at this,- date.: ch'.::cl disai?loiiitmeiit -is als, expr essed= thlit;, the ste?iii? boat proprietors live ic.ot; giv-en this side of the loay'a little mor0e consideciatioii iiu the rinihi of the :: Hvgeia. :The idea; of this sid lbeing able to favorably compare ili the monetai.y takings of the boat on' tiSuilsuh :al:ys as Moniday ;i1d Thiirisda3 y is peirfectly: ridiciulous smiiply because scarcelyainiv .on.trivels on off days suchas theac: ;re.-:. -j: A: r . . M, :Irvingo has again :openled his bathing establisbiient for "the seiso,,. anmd ticbnteiiiplktes:" ftither iiiiproveiinets ii itlhe wi ayf gas licitei fde tlihe :p.ur pose F' suppl inofg the emaii ds Iof hdo s~a-w ite bathsii:liihe iwre aveimry: ipoularclIist" "yca ii I notice alsob: that?bhe hi us.hl?l ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

, ENER.AIJ POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER,. For Ieolbourne- 7.i.3 I. .-12 noon 8.20 p.m. FoiKTIortiington-9.25 a.m.-1.15 p.m. For Drolllna-9.25 . m. Foi Somerville-9.25 . m. ' For Hastings-9.25- a.m. For Cowes and San Reino-Tuosday, Thursday itnd Satmuda y-P.:25 a.m.

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

HASTINGS. What might have :been ai very soeriousi accidentu occurred' here on Wednesday evening. Miss AI. Watson and Messrs William. and= ;Walter Startup, visitors from Pakenham, left the young lady's residence in a pony piheaton and pair, with the intention of taikig a drive. They had, however, onlyreachec the locality of the school. house when a bolt on the near side of the poll came out and the trali locking on the. off side turned over. The result of the capsize was : that Miss Watson sustained the most serious injury having two ribs broken and her head abraised. Mr TWilliams Startup receiving a severe strain to the shoulder and I other bruises, and Mr Walter Startup received a black eye and other bruises. Miss Watson who is under the care of Dr Sturdee of Frankston is under the circumstances doing as well as ryiv be expected, but she has received a severe shaking. The buggy was smashed to pieces, and it is a w?onder that the accident was not of a more serious nature than it tur...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

(F'RO OU OWN CORRES,?PONDEN'".) The Rev..T. MacNeil. B.A. has been holding evangelical services at Flinders during the past week. He was ac eustomed by the Rcv: W. McBride of Drommana. 'This gentlemanu is well kniwn in religious circles.. The attendance has been good and great interest taken in the -services.

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Frankston, December 5, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

METEOROLOGICAL REPOlT. S'rinkistoo ])ecombr , IST . Ii iaon,. [telid' Tee,8'tureefAir1 Vain Date.. secieel. Tihemi Mia im. fall. Nov., .3 70' i de' 72de" 4tideg 0.:D '130, "0"1 ) ,, - , 4 'nil. flee, 1, e0I 81,, 791, 1-9 , nil. ;o ,, ss, '0,, S ,, -i , nil. A.4, 30.34 02 3, 8 1. ,, 5, :30.25) 113 ,," G, 5 , 86l lothl -iiinfall for liio, w'ok ciidini tih 5tl D]ccliibor, 16) 0 1i') ninichs It'rid'iy De~oinbc.s oili. 3 fi. 1nro-1terer faljillb . ~iogihesteio I dliii 11 ighJlio tell jiiip turdýiui iI ci iýmic 89) do" 'bne Gnu,'i~iki

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THE FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

THE FISH I°MARKET. The following is the Fish M?itrket report for the week ending December 3rd:-The supply consisted of--Fsh, 1,010 baskets; crayfish 92.. dozen ; oysteirs 15 bags; hares 26 brace ; rabbits 2,022 pairs. The follow lirices sore realised :-B]arracoutta, 5s id to 12s; bream 4s to s 6id; flathead 4s to (is; rocke Ss tol10s; garfish 7s to 16s; lud rick Is to 7s ! mullet 5s to Os; perch 6s to 10s 6 id; pike 6s to 10s 6d; pilchards 2s to 3s ; silverfish 4s to 8s; 2s it 6d; strangers 2s to 3s 6id; trout 4s to s ; whiting 9s to 25s; Murray cod and perch 2d to 3d per lb; prawns 2s id gallon ; crayfish is to 12s flounders 3s to 12s do; sroked fisli 2s.to 4s ld do : schnapper ls- (d 'to 8s eaich; trevalla id to Sd each; eels 2d to 2l lb. gceso s couple ; Imres s 10 lid brace; rab-. bits 2s lls per dozen couple.

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LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG. Tuesday, 2nd December. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

LOCAL %iMARKE'PS DANDENON (. Tuesday ; 2nd December. Joseph Clarke and Co. report: Dairy cattle: A good supply yarded; the demand for which wa:s brisk at a slight increase on late quotations. Best cows sold to £8 17s Gd; ?indium and inferior to £5. Store cattle: A good supply forward wvhich met with a dragging sale :at about late prices; good cows sold to £l; medium to 303. Young stock from 30s (Gs. Pigs: A fair supply of fat pi; penned which quitted sluggishly at good prices: boconers to t1s, porkers to 31s. Stores were not plentiful and high: prices were realised. Calves: A large supply forw:ard which found ready sale at good prices. We alho report having held a claaring sale for Mr D. R. Clerk, when everything sold at good prices. We also sold 100 steerf··rud 1: heifers privately~a Ita. satisfac tory figurne.

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SELECT POETRY. TWO HISTORIES.—(PART THE SECOND [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

. SE'LECT POE'RY.. TWO 11ESTORIES.-(PART 'UE SEcoNDo To pm:ted in the Summer timai, And forty ye;iis since thein have flown But, illh, how slow the loig years go To those iwho live alone I InII copllanty with iuielrnries Of pride that shadowed all Illy youth, With dreams of sad. ropro:tchlful eyos That wcear the look of Truth Such is illy life; yet I haPe proved flow muchl ofjoy this world can give, For I " Ihave lovedr and hoon beloved," And lost it-yet I live. False friends ha11:d told me lie h was falsc, And ciy w.hole soul was filled with shamie To think how (irniest wirs illy love, While his was hbut a nau1e. And then I said. " My love is dead; I wiill iiot ibrnek its rest with tears, autesay farerwell arid go in ipaca Alone through al thle years. I will forgot. Tha golden flow's That biossomed in iay heart are dead; I halre oitlived the bitt'rest hours Anld tears that can be shed. Farewell; and, though my life was bolund As oice Ivith lis, 'ritlIoput regret Those tendrils slia...

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CRICKET. DANDENONG v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

The folloi Pii gYteaiu will represent;, }1sr ukqtoi i their :iiiLtdii "i itDan-='' uleiioijg to-day-ad. n illtrtfromr Ritchie' 'ssstore at' Is sirpastl ieleenloieii' shosip "-'Saflses lxter,.ail eobox: , ; (2), sReynolds; Kisiisde, ;Thomas," >'" Mould .iy, C ossklel gThnssiv 1e2M1sss, iu o 1)eq~u, ",uCl~'iuukln-pb:!·

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

--~--+ FRUIT GROTFI G TIDiDbTSRY. The Governmont cntomologist has furnished the Minister.of:Ag nicultur. with a report relative to the ravages conunitted in orehards by, the green beetle pest. which, is beeoming un pleasmantly numerous withiu a radius of 1.0 miles fromn the shores of Hob son's iaI. It has connmmitted great havoc :nmong the orehards at Brighton, Cheltenhali , Mlordialloc, :id Caulfield, fruit trees being completely stripped in one day. The post makes it ilappearance at " cherry ,time," and disappears abouit Christmans. A.fter a careful study" of its habits, Mr French is of opinion that the beetle before disappearing deposits its eggs in the sandy heath lanld. TIhe youngi grub on being hatched decends" into the soil, where it remains .uiil abouit October in the folloding ear.- On comiing to the surface the linsects are slow in their movements, and the insects can, therefore be e easil dc destroyed. 'Mr French is of opinion that concerted and vigorouis efforts should b...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY NOV 29TH 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

J!LNYD1ERS 1 J 'I) IN GER1ONG SAvruuinrnA Nov 'r 18S90. The usual dnnthlv mieeting of the above: council sas licld:h it D)roman;, when they following; coniicillors were present :-Crs Downward (President) Cain, Anderson, Baildry. Grifliths; Hurley; -..ilonii Stainlley aiil Brown. Tihaiinid it B3ilidince Sheto~wnas;read the followin tiE' livili 'asrcthe prinici pilitelms Shiie ?oain :. id prciniuinl £4020. Vernin e-Destruction Act Luau £13538. Genel?il receipts £35S6( ls di:~d :Total £S'99 is Gdq S EXPEaDIITUIIE. Total.. expenditiire :Ifo Shire £??i 8080 (;s 8d': :Baialice to credit £919 14s 10d Total £895:) 1s (3d * iECEI'T P)O RIiD . :. ::i:EaIst lRidiiig. £10)11 7s d; Central "172 ].t 7d Td .rest £1401' 'l(is Lo0iaii~ : £4020; ;le riniii. i.iDestruiition ActL Joan £1253 ::~, :.iEn DiTiiis i}i ,Oit Il??i<n:' s.i:.5 Eiist : idiig. £1090 ,i O O: l 13al oidce to-eredit ££79 s 2s id i?C?eiti? £1130` ls 101d ldial coe to credit, £41,,lW lo d W"est £SS11 '9()h li anice tociedit...

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SKYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

SSKY'E. -4-~--. At the result examination held recently at the Skye State School, by Mlr Inspector Curleovis, the percentage of 86 was obtained, the highest per centage yet gained by the school. This highly satisfactory result is very creditable, especially when it is taken into accounts that, when the present head teacher, MIr It. 1: Iaslanm, tookl :harge, the precentago was only 0 i; and that during the school year just ended, the school had been closed for two "months on accoint of illiiness of the childien.

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FRANKSTON REGATTA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

FRANKSTON REGATTA. TO T EIII( IITOR. Siii,-In reference to the above, could you or any of your readers in form iue whether it is possible that the residents: of Firankston are likely to get up a regatta this season. I be lieve it is nmerlh for the want of somecone who would talke tihe initiatary steps in promotin: sometliing of .the kind that this favorite pastime 'is neglected... I am under the impressionl that: some £20 wiOas collected latss season for a regatta which never caune off popihapa tfis sium is still availablo for.the..purpose, anld .I an sure that if h".ic:cass was Biiade of thlitownslifii.s' ' anc surrouini g'-, disitict, more wiould' be :got if: Uot inu hard. cash, then in trophics and other aiiticles suitable for prizes.C , Considering that the fishing business has done so much for F ranks toii a'nid likely to contiiiue ai import ant iindustry: foir:inuy years to come, siomnething ought.. to hie :.done "to encourage fishermen imd boatobwners ii plying :their eraft, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondents on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents:—ED. M. S.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

CORRESPOIDENCE. lW, aire eaieeys reasly to ]?t:sit eal/rr.lj llnlaa f.la' os matiters of ijiterest, itt?'lhllnt holdl o"tirele., respolsiibl for thai s?aii ? ,s'reoiaaa iy orir Corren posndenta:--i,. t:f ' . To Trae Eurrot. SSni,--The following extract t al: peaied an your issue of the 29th inst. A writer in London 'Trallh says :-A faew days ago I was standing by an Amercta: gentleman, when I expressed a wish to know what point was north. tHe at Olcae pulled out his watch, looked at it;, and pointedto the north. I asked hin whether he had a compass attached to his watch. "All watches," he replied, "are coaapas sas." Then he explained to me how thia was. Point the hour hand to the stilt, anidl the south is exactly half-way between the hour and the figare XII on the waich. For instance suppose that it is four o'chlock. Qoint tno hand indicated four to the sntil, and II on thea watch is exactly south. Suppose that is eight o'clock, point the hanud inuicatinig eight to the stu, andt the...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 6th DECEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

: "Not timidly, nor rashly.' P~BLISHED BVERY SATURDAY . SMORNING. 6th DECEM3ER, 1890. Wiir the advent of summer in which are comprised the Christmas and Easter holid ay , we think that something ought to be done regarding the railWay arraingemients on holidays,s mad whether as .year. bycn, siSomething should not be done by the commissioners of the `best nmanaged' railways in the .world," is to the crowdmnp into sheen and cattle pens;, the:u:large nunitber, olfpersonsth i mg stations on ::holidays.Besidsthis inconvenience the .arrnigments?for obtainiin tickets is barbarous iiin the extreme:, IAmerica railway tickets un em o?btained alwiere i A. certain persons rni travel fist clhass to anid ofiiol Heaei illi tll:distanii of 38 ine for 3s3d ' aHow is it excwursimon trains ofthe samehkindme iie unI to kiankston .There isno comiipausoii ithebenefit fi;ni ;tlies oli;toudeno db' be'oiesith'ii qi~ijaleit foi a igturi fitoriti he ilthy l iid beitititil u itiri n0 hof " I. otK11h1Bhg toBa5 i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

AN INTERESTIN;.; LETTER;i S raom A wsr-L.E ow SPECIALIST. al JADFS, D. LLEWELL YN, w bo7 nltIe JLPq aetisft eiet lI.?st-reds by the IledýeI. hoards of Vietdrla amdnie Soth'bales,l I'saware that byn deesrtin fronm the sual roeutine of practice tl d raotiia. hinxel{ nx luslvely.to ipeclal Aan h, which he iag dof ai r seline tiee' tobt not strictly Itolhlwin the ysati binpressriional etutetteh: laot a as con-idhmsler bhil" i?f the profesiho'are still dispoed to stad cIdl -loof frotm anyose of their nunohr woho acuiresto ~sottrity ins tte treteineit of crtrai uimenstln and is really a .Mcedcal Specialsto. le t.oe not `etsste to reort to whit he- eonotsiders ]o'i!inm %" meanlus foe the pepsurteef dis.rtoia'hty ,iisl: crti.,^ tool otf r;:,';lng s ftar..o he is aire the eon :tal'es of the I.s:"li. 'Itto'istAi'i-dly lhtter to seek asistase t fro the qaaftled enttitionertn preofeense to the qua ES. " L ELt" Y The true designaton on l? Elizsbehlost to' those hattnleo., at-e- nrE rria ?ls, sor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

Every one Ought trio sufe AgainstFie. THE' NATIONAL INSURANiCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) HEAD OFFICE: JCorner of COLLINS ADiMAR ST ETS, MELBOURNE.' DIRECTORS: THoAs M.loun S ,E Eq; J.P., Chairi0na. G. D. CARTER, Eso., I.P. TaosQ. ALwFox,Esq.,3 Vie-Chaini. an G. BEsOPO, ESQ., J.P. I~rHEW L E, SEi.. 3.1! (MiS'or of meir burnew. ( fox. C. J. HAx, 3.L.C. LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PRElIffUMl Bush Fires and Gas Exilosions Covered Without ExtTa Charge. WILLI 31ACREDIE, ýAent for, F ws Wh . '/1 U Secretary Igent for Morniigton-J.7-aE. WORRELML. Profes sional., A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. _ . • 'CSuccessor to DR. A?fr?NS.) .... May be Consulted Dad.y aIhis'Residence "TATIARA," :BAr STREET,.. F R A N- S'TN O . [He May also be ,Consulted at, "HASTINGS" At Mr:. Cooper's ]loyal Hotel every Wednesday betweenl 11' hsd 12 noon. Also at - SSOMERVILLE .. Every 'Monda,'bheticen '2 and 4 p.mn., at the residence of fIn. Taos. THORNELL. HOURS AT HOME (DAILY): : ý9 TO 11 A.M. 6 to S rP.. Dr. SCANTLEBUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

Bootmakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO., PRACTICAL- BOOTMAKERS, And at SOM.RVILLE. A LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. Beoots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. R'epairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. B]OOT AND SHOE WVAREIIOUSE. T. COREY, M3ENTONE: PAA])]'D, 3fENTONE, MAlN-STREET, MORDIALLOC. B OOTS and SHOES mrade to order; Repairs Neatly Erecufed; Ready C Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices " D ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. etioueers and Estate Agents. SIIIRE OF MIORNINGTON. CROSKELL, RITCIITIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Frnnkston). General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, W ILL hold Weekly Sdles as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCIIIE & PHILIP RENOUF S ccount Sales PronmptlyR.:ndered.- :: T. IH. DAVEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT, F&amp...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY. 8TH DEC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 December 1890

SPORTING NOTES. [Br EARLY 1Enus. ' ] itacinag fixtures for next week : NDAT. 8TH EC. Entries for Olkleigh Park races held 12thi. Entries for 3rdntone. neetic i held 13th. Entries for Mtoonee Valley held 16th. Entries fdr Jlixtir's Flat held 17th. Entries foi Elsternuwick Park held 20th. Entries for Epsoni Races held 23rd. ' Entries for V,A.T.C. Races held 2Gth. Weights for Prahran Ponty rnaes. .. TuESDAY, nTH DEC. Entries forliolanral Races held 26th. Prahraii Pony'races. WEDNESDAY; IOrnH DEC. 3loonce Valley Trottintnaeetmb. Weighlts for Oakleigh Park naces held 12th.I Weights for Mentone held 11th. Weights for Campbell's Creek held 26th. THUsaSDAY, 11TH DEC. Weights for Blixter's Flat races held 17th. Whi igts foifrohdenil hsel27tlth. Entries for Colace races held 26th. HmDAY, 12rta DEc. Oakleigh Park races. Weights for Longwood held 260th. Sxruns Y, 13trnt DEc. Mentone tmeeting. Entriesfor MAulwala races held 26th, Entries for Brighlt races held 26th. For many years the good old D...

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