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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890

Special Notices. Department of Public Works, M . e - -Mlelbourne, December 11th. 1890. TfENDERS will be received,, subject to' .JiL..' the Conditions of Tenderin- for EXTENSION 'of L BEAD to Frankston Jetty until Twelve o'clock on Thursday Jianuary 8th 1591. PtPartietlars may be learnt at this Olice, ?ntid atthe Police Statioii. Frankstfini' l " The amouiint of t-iiireliifiiii ?y leposit to accoimpany the Tender is £l and the antosent oftthe deposit as cash security for the due performance of the Contract is o per cent. Thlie Board of Land and Works will not necessarily acceptpth lowest i any Tender. S':.MH. WHEELER. Coliniission.fFo PuliliWorks. COME ONE! COME . ALL! IASTIN4GS SPORTS. NEW YEAR'S 1 DAY, 1JAN r s'r is89. Starter--J TtWatsonl EsH YiidgeJ-G. J. Hain"Esq. Sports-to comnitence at 12 noon. Boys' Race (under twelve years) Prize,5s. Girls' Race (under ,twelve?years) ,Prize, Pair of Iinages. ' . Boys' Race (under fifteen years) Prize, 7s lid, Entaanre is. Girls' Skipping Mat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890

Frankston Boot ,Warehouse, J. REYNOLDS & CO., PBACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, LARGE and Varied Stock 'f adies' fI and Gentleimen's Boots and Shoes 'always onhad i Boots .of all Descriptions mnade .to.Order. G a, Fit Guaflteed.: - ' .....le~irs Neatly Execeid : SMELBOURNE '?PRICES:i"'" .1 ? ,,;,: · ::, C'.'. BOOT AND: SHOE WAREHOUSE. mLENTONE'PARADE31ENTONE, P r ic e s : i " : f" . 1" f ;" . ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY? SOLICITED. SHIRE O~ MORNINGTON CROSKELL, ItlTC1IIE &a CO., (Of Melbourne and. Frankston). * General, Auctioneers, House and .Il; nd"Agents, .:" W LL hold WeeklySales asAdvortised HORSES, CATTLE, c., A.LSO LAND SHOUSES, FUERNITUR., cr; : Sales Conductedhby their Autioneers : THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF 'rkccount Sales Promptly Rendered. C I " uniicatI? s toI" Huld Oh: ce: T H. DAVEY ESTATE ':. AND COMMISSION AGENT, TRANlSTON "N conji'mindtion with the plrincipal SAuctioneers in the City of Melbourne, is now prepared to arrange Auction Sales of Land, Houses, Es...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 20th DECEMBER, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890

*)Iiniti OiI $undat.: "Not timidly, nor raely. - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. MORNING. 20th DECEMBER, 1890.o . Royal commissions as a rule produce little or'no permanent results. When a Ministry is pushed for certain con sessions to any large body, by their supporters the l?Itter: are Ait once placated by the appointment of a Royal Commission on which, of course, the most blatant, and. influential. cavillers or intending reforms are placed. The-members have generally thelappointment of the Secretary, who is paid. The Members themselves of the Commission get ino actual em olument, but there is a certain degree of. "Kudos" -attached,: and: their junketing and trarielling 'elpenses< are paid. The longer the Commission sits the moreo pay does the Secretary receive, and when after a considerable uamount has been, spent in publishing the report, it seldom conta ins any, real information 'pertinent to relieve the class it is intended for, and eveel when valiuable inforination has b...

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BAXTER'S FLAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890

SBAXTER'S F'LAT RACES. The Baxter's Flat race meeting, whic-i was held on Wedne~laay, at tracted ai large number of Melbourne racing men. The weather was very agreeable, anIl the racing programme was very successfullyv gm,, tnhrough. The visitors from the metropolis found tliadt tiad.Rilwaty )p:irtan at had undertaken to collect nimmlny ro, the -'races, for Pi fiest- ass ticket for tile railway .ijournev hllone Ciould linft he, purchliaadd' at then' willlo"w lv'ire the tickets for - the sclial .Wc. _ sold. •iisitors had either to ,buy i tirckt which includdii adtoli~siont to the grand stand or the course 'or else not buy one at all. Much fault was found witifth'eiWiit'fin ?'hihl itii'e if. thle re sponsible positions in connectio;n with the racing were filled, the starting in sattisfmctory asitpiosMihl-v-otullbI , while is scene of tlniuuluous cllnfusion iarrse over"theo iily elod.fini.h' which the judge was called iton . to eride, 4 this being 'ifi inb Ii ,dale (a very ,stroll.gid ...

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 20 December 1890

SCIEN'L'TIFIC NOI 1S. ,cotcl connoisseurs recognise three distinctions in whiskey, that for drink ing neat, that for "cold grog," or whisky.3 and cold water, and that for hot grog. The first is a finely flavored but niot, a strong' whisky, iniature; mellonw, :nd roundl ; the second must be strong, flavour' being ar secondal:y point; while the third is preferred witll at peaty tfl.oriiand full strenigth. Many good whiskeys possess fine flavour without anv remarkable alco holic strength,- while others, -equally good~ , a'dieldeficint rin fiavor, blt :halie great strengtll. Tuim : On E:SE-ROOI.-Temnperature and moisture must he carefully .tudied in the cheese-room. Upon them, says Mr R.l' Blunister, P.T.C., 'mainlyv de pend the time tl taken to mature the cheese, anlid the flavor anld text'ire it shall possess when cured. 'Uniformity of temperature is a necessity, and stores should not find a? place in ithe cheese room on account of making the atmosphere too, dry. I h chelic ese, under...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

GENER.ALT POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSL: AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For 2lk'lbourno-7.45 a.mu.=i12 noon S.24 p.1m. For Norniogtonu-:)._S ;i.oI.-'2.15 j,.i. For Dromnia-:t1.25 a.oi. For Soiiniri1o-:1.85 t.01. For HIa:stings-f.) 2:,L.m. For Cones and San RIemo-Tucsday, Tlhosday and Sarturd;ay-9.25 1.11.m.

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EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

EPSOM. RACES. On Tuesday a race meeting was held on the 'EpsolnTraicecourse; wlieri the attenidance; iis hardly' equaljto the a'erdge, tlhe' probblylicing duce totihe squally ,weathcr experienced during the forenoon. IThe race progrianine was gonoe through successfully, but there were .many; conineuts of a nature not comiplimentary on the in consistent form shown by. some of the horses coiipared with their disllay at Elsternwick on Saturday. Mebbelcck who at the list mentioned place ran second in :tli't Hiurdle Race after a great finish w is yesterday nowhere in a much' indriorr fieldi,svhile in the Selling Race' Reii, iwitli the odds laid on. him,? bet Co?roiontioh while oni Satuid;i the lii bttingi ilid result were the otliher wai About. The last race resulted iii a; dead lieit c:btweon Day star aild Stnf of 'ri? tihe first namned winningathei decidei ivery eaily. So easily I didl )Daystifi win that the stewsirds hlielid ian iiuir" into Star of Erin's performance, with the, result...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

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CRICKET. MORNINGTON V. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

31IENINGTO" V. FIIA.NKSTO). The abovy team met at Frankston on, Saturday l:st, the result b~aing draw. The scores were is follows : --Frankston 213, T The principal scorers being Sadleir with 113, Reynolds .3, and B3ox6 l.:'. :ornington ul Vicket for 50, Groier '30 hot out. - Saturday 27th. , mA.\IniIIw V. SINgyE. The. tean for the married men will be chosen fr., the following:--lcComb. 3oxi 13axter.?leynolds, Rodgers, Free man: 'R]enonf, ,Roins~i '; Dil ai""ind Beutick. The single to be chosen on the ground. A miodern writer gives the following enumieration of the qualities of a Ifemale eye "',The glare, the stare, the sneer, the invitation, the defiance, the denial, the consent, the glance of love, the flash of rage, the sp::rkliing of hope, the laiguislhnllent of softness, the squint' of suspicion, the lire of jealousy, anid the lustre of pleasure." M:?is.s d M1uir: '?ali always gives i: a hio;ok as a bir'thday gift." Miss deo Meanor: " WhaIt a fine librau:y you must have ! " :':...

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SELECT POETRY. JUDGE NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

SEIECT' POETIR . JUDGE NOT. Judge not; the workings of his brain And of his heart th11o11 eanst not see; What looks to thy dim eyes ''stain, In God's pure light may only be A scar, brought from, some well woti field. Where thou wouldst only faint :mnd yield. The look, thm air, that filts thy sight . ay be a token th'tt below The soul has closed in deadly fight With some infernal fiery foe, . Whose glance would seorLch Itly siiiiling grace, And cast the shuddering on thy fac'! The fall thou darest to despise, May be the Angel's slackened hand Has suffered it, that he nmay rise .... Aind tiake a firmier, surer stand; Or, trusting less to earthly things, SMay hencefortlih harii to rse his wings : And judge none lost, but wait and see, With hopeful pity, not disldain; The deptb of the abyss may le,: Ti'he measu?e of the height of pain' And love and glo?y tlhitma;ny raise This soul to God in after days ! .Ea?dr Other Stanrday.

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

M.. 1OO1t0RABD± M i tl n.tin Shie oIIa i, South hri hton. first M ondaiy in oiih month: CO \CLLBB: " ,,.' "t 'Cd.'i lls hoo··. et. F ll~oll~o iL't~n fL:·-. l iScth t .Iid r..'-\V Lzii Mall S n"it . J1i'~u ;iS 1i.r `Joh Mc d§'{ x. I 1 ·.~. (

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

.Front an interesting paper oil preciouss stones recently reaid befort the Franul n Institute , and since published ilthe Insliti,' .Tethe Iri d, wc gather several valuable notes concern ing the diamoi d. This stone polsesses a faiscinatitii for everblybily ind we aire Iquite sur:.j that any new fact: concerning it will be cagerly iWelco:ned. W\ith reference tO o the 'popuhr im pression that a genuine stone will not break, crven if struck with a huamner on an it nril, we learn that several valuable stones have been shattered in such an aittemipted test, for although crystalised carbon is the :hardest of all knowin substances, it is very brittle and can easily be broken. ' Other very hard substances will scratch glass,- but the niturailedge of :. diatidlund cryit:al will alone cut it. \\Wealso learn trout this ;almoe papelmr of .the e.ti;rdialir, precautions, which are 'takeni iii Siutih Africa to prevent the workers ?crectiug soinc.tsitel v:aliable istoines wlhich 'they are eiiploye...

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WEIGHTS FOR BALNARRING AND HASTINGS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

WEIGHTS FOR BALNARRING AND ,HASTINGS )RACES.' Balnarring and Hastings Handicap. One and a half Miles. Saved Sst !ub Lady. Bowen 7st 9nb Primnrbse 8 7 Vain Hope 7. 7 Bell Kate 8 Lady's llraelet. - Three-quarters Mile. Saved list 411 Moranmbah lOst P'rimrose 11 1 Vain Hope 10 4 Bell Kate 11 Dorothy 10 R urdle ?ice. Two Miles. Empnp n lost l:llb Cocoeanut !lst 12lb Phllobm 10 S Echo. 12 Priscilla 9 12 . Ranger 9 7 Pony Rece. 1:3 hands'and under. Five Furlongs' Scrubber Sst.l:llb Flossy st 0olb Land Booin 'i 1 Kate 7 5 Gipsy S .1 Hastings 7 41 Chessu 8 ? ,- Sellin: ``am: About 1 mnile. To eatrry not less than 7st. Slim Jim-. - . - Dorothy : Daphne.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

PFLINDENS AND KANGENONG. Meets at Dromana the Inst Saturday in g j eaish nonth PRESIDENT:T A. Down:ward, J.P. *] . COUrCILLORS:, , " East Riding-- -t'''lIir]ley,'" A. Down i wud, J.P., R. Stanley.: ?entre lidinx- .- Baldry, J. C. Griffiths, W. Brown. rn West idit-r Wilso i, An r?n P..'3. J. Cih.'J.P., S"CR.ETARY: 'oetor Noilahn.

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

SIIII S'_ DTIRECTORYT `~ 110LNIGTON. Meets in Itlui'xiiinonI Shire aliliJ the Satlid vy before full mioon. PRESIDENT : tC. Sorter J.P." SCoUNcI ldoil e : c~ INorth ltidili=j:D: Diox,. C. Soiter. 3.P., arind C: J Fox (Fia.nkston).:: ..z,;_., ast indii - U Hi. Peddlo .(Hastings), J.; Sawyer (Morning o ) T. Thornell (Somerville). West Ridin-IJ..E. Adonis. A. Downward; J.pP.·n. At. rrineJ.P: (Dfornirfrton)ii\ SEcREiTtnr NDENGINEER.: i II: E' Moor~s(Mornington).,

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CAKE AND APRON FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

C. K I, .AND AlPRON ' "FAIRt: : 0, TLueday, afternoon the iCake ind Alm on FLair in connection with: tih Franukstton WsIeyen Chuirch, wa opelned in thee .lich:aiics'. ]itst tiit . 'ihe1' hall pliesentcd a .cry attractive aiil?earaiice, lihviing beeno decorated with fiat unid ":floiiwers tkindll : lent iby Mrs hey w |ar.'. The Re: 'R0'.',''Coook in intrilducinl to thosoi re'bent' C. Souter lsq LPresitdent of the shire who `had bne invited to open:.the" proceediling,; ': lriefly stated the objects of the present . St eftfort. M r Soliter eontiatulnted. thu. ia lies ii o 'tie e celleii d i uaythey had umade; audt atier at few welt ichos li r tiiarks di?lared . the : Fair. open ffor, blisiness, trusting tltit the result of tlihe effort nwold lie in edrv ?nvy sii'eessftil. . The followiii' rit; ir et tille l holders · refresiiiiteis mi. r Clarke and -Mfis Coolk isalke :sill. Iesldaines Cook arit Diiboit : n fatiucy goik Mlesdaiiies CrosslIell anmid l'h illip,', to A;iB'k ~ lis. "lriowni;...

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

I"iormu Attc b. Tofuatare of Air. Rain D te. seuleudl. Theno. MIuX. . Mina. , un1. Dec. L':r O (j5cli u)uea Sl deb l u fig nil. 21, 29).7S 90 iml 4 nil. '', 2'U.) 84 77 (I..:3I 1l rednelsd; ty. Dccclmr er21.it li !p.!. Vt) Barometer fdlihnu ATl. (xjzsuuTu

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

POBTING NOTES. : Racing fixtures for next. week '. . %%a -MONDAY. 2' , DEC. Entries for Cranbourne held 7th Jan,: " -Entries feo Wyndham' Races held 10th L ?: a Generail entries for Kilinore' held 1st W eights for Onklei h PFarlk held 2nd.': c "'` ",." f' Weights for Epsoin held 3rd. , STuvssa , '30i D1EC. "foonee Valley Trotting Club Meeting :, -Buninyong annual meeting. .M- EDNEBDAY, 31T, DEC.t . : .: Nil. S s .THUisDAY, ITs JAN. :V.RC. :ineetinii, Terang, Kilmore, Lal La l, Newste td nid others. FSIDAY, 2ND JAN. SATURDAY. 3RD JAN. .EpsomnRaces (Mordialloc). If is starter was to consider for a mo ::ment the: amount of nmoney. trouble and anxiety, it costs before an owner can get ai horse ready for-a race, to say Inothing of the large suns invested on its chance, he - : wold if a concientious imnan, eridanvour to get 'his field away on even terms.. This brings IUe right slap up against the official' who wielded the " red, rag" at : a?xter's Flat races last week, and how did he do i...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

ITEMS.1 OF NAE IS. As an evidence that vegetables can lbe grown in tlh neighbl.orhood of Frankston, we were shown a few days ago a calliflower weighing when stripped of all its leaves sidx and tlre qnuarter pounds. Judging, fromn this and other sanplhis that we harv seen we shonld ilmagine that omarket gardening could Ie prollitably calrried on here. To-morrow the anunual rlac meeting of tile Balnarrinlg and- Hrastings racing club will be'liehl. Thlis is il popular resort for local sportsmen, and no doubt thile meeting of Boxing Day 18~tl will be no exception to those of previous yeur's. We are1 in formled that 1ie prices realised for the g.tcs land be is 1are far luore thlan they lhve realised l?.viously. The entries will Ir will 11 s ,n by the daily paper that the steai ship' "' laitlianll " is ldvertised to run excurs:oa trips from the QuenIlls Wharf for F'rankston on Boxing DIt~1, and Saturday tli 27th. This with the large nnhler that are ustrilly lronghllt hers iby rail and veh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 December 1890

.AN..INTEIESTING. LETTER" ". 1201 A wadL.MeOWl . SPECIALIST. :ii. , :: D R JA)fIS D. LLEWELLTN, who Is Luly SQualified and tetistered by the Medical l- Boards of Victoria and Nea? South Wales. is aware ctf a ntby dertln" frout; the usual routine of aeilce aei-- drotioi h hhonelf exelucavelyto a special . "raelih'wrhih he has done for somte time. he is no; strictly following the paths of profesional etiquette: but, a eononsiderable-lto ofyefthe profession are still' dispoed to staitd.eoldlyloof Ifrom anyone of their nonbeer who aaoiares popularity i.. the treatoent of ,eertais a·lments and is realy a lMedical Spec.alist,he lItes not eesitate to resort to what Ile cousiders le-atirnm oieans for thti purposeof diKtinceinncy)nic l rriticiat. and of er:caging as far o; lhe i a?lde the conl. Ildence of the public. It is assuredly ltoter to oath asistanod from the qudilified prctitioner in preference tothe quack. !.",,": : 6:·)itt }, t'? ti?e decignation of qnaceery belong to those c hamel...

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