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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

FLUIDERSS;D Nj KANGEtROG. , Mooeets at Droana the last Saturday in S eaci month;, u I .. 'ETLst Ridini-- Hurley.'A. wn ' wird Jl. StLiisuley.,'i: n ; oenitre o ]?iin;r. A:. i.;nihidry i",JC. West 1lidh 'Wilsoi'L' Adr.on SECIRETAIlY: !i!- Iit fIr, Peter Noilan. ' 1 ' . EASURER: !;" 'lun1;^;xunti.e -:n s:-. :K

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

(FRio. ov, owx CoRuisPosn'.Txw.) On O Saturday last, the Hastings Rille Club had the second competition for M[r 1). .. Hani's Cup., as the day was line the scoring was ,a decided improve monie.on the last ; 25 competed for this event, A. Denham H-Iladicap 25 points headed the list with 73, Slerri man. Handicap 9 points, 72, T.. Wilson ;Hanudicap 9 points 71, \W. Woods HIandicap 15 points 6(7, Ser~t-Major Creaney rScratch, 55, ]. Unthiuk Handicap 25 points,, 55, iautimlerson 30 points Handicap 50. The next comnpetition will fake place. on the first Saturday.iu next month. . SMr Abrahams has presented another cup to the club to be shot for, to be decided by the highest oum her of joints, the first comlpe tition .for which takes place on the 24-th of this month. I hear that the old established Western Port Hotel is about to change hands, the present licensee :M1r N?. 0. Reily intending to take a ninuch neerded rest in private life for a while, his successor Sir Ross a resident of a Mel...

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FRUIT PACKING AND EXPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

FRUIT PACKINGRAND EXPORT-: ATION. The paper. on this subject read to the South Australiat Bureaun bvy Mr Laffer, who had recently visited Eng land and had taken special notes of the fruit trade there,e has:' excited the attention of R. WV.'' Hardio, a letter firoin whom appears in the Sydney 3lail. Mr Hardie also has visited the old country, and made a special point of investigating the orange trade as the feature possessingu most interest for his fellow colonists Mr r Liffer was present at a season when imported apples and.pears gave hini favorable impressions of the trade, but at that Time oranges were sellinhug in the streets at three for one penny, which red him to write :-" Oranges I don't think will pay, as they are cheaper ;n London than in the colonics.'" On 1this Mr Hardie writes :--"As well might you try to convince a Durail grower, whose oranges will hang over Christmas, that, because earlier in the season oranges sell at 5s per case, they will not pay to grow. His bank a...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

SiIIIRES'- DIRECTORY. NiORNINGTON. Ale-ts in Mornington Shire H';l ' thl SS;turday before full- moon. PitESIDFNT : C ..1.Souter,.JP .. " • • "COUNCILLORB :.. . "y., . ", r . r NorthlRidint .rD. ?in, C.. Sonbter, lP.; and C: `J 1 oa Yranlkston). East Riding--U.' . PedHdld (Haistings), J. S:Siw?cer (Mornington), T. Thoinell I (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adclns, A. Downward *J.P.; W;._ Irvine, J.P., Modioigton) ',4 SSECRETARY.ANb EOGIN$Etor:4 )I . iH. E. Moors (Mornington).

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

OCIiNTLITC N EUEOT S. i tr Edison is said to be preparing his phonograph, so thaft it cani be w'orked by a wn:tcr motor as well "u nmachinery. I..[n the United States it is ira pidhly supersedling i tiotgraihyV for husiness cor''eiipon!!deiCe. BusinesiniCS men talk their': letters into i, iilnd the phonogi':iph re-inidicates themt to te type-writeir. Ihe wxen eyllindrs. cin then be stored awa:y in ease o, dispute. A Ind-leaing inmachi:n has bhen broughtl out, whichl some 1of my 'qultter friends will be glad to Ihear odf It is in the form of a ealpstal, aroiund the drum : ?f which .l he iiy etable winds, the other cend beiig i:ttiehed, byieinins obt a hevy carin, to thl o -ilctiititivt; t'be i;cmocd.:7 Tl e ci'blo liOis ii.O?t, I "on d by iiie:iiis :. block.of sliecil adiiaptltioiin, anyi pairt of it cuilh behitched.i nsdsicard l~.''ie shafii hilih t hiiirnq th diiim is l15ft.ii length, aciu.leiun b?feasilh drdwiin lv ouie hoisi ?.lBi u? ot < m t' thi clever miihiiiniery t...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

31MILS DELIV ERED A'l' FIRAKSTON. Froim M elbourne .-9:i.Ifl. andl 3 p.mn. Fronim Iornington--9. a.m. and 1 p.im. Fro'lllDrolmana!. an.. From Somnervillo and Hfastings-i p.m. From; Cowes. and San Remo-?fonday, Wednesday and Friday-1 p.m.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] BALNARRING AND HASTING RACES. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

-COfl-BSPONWEkVC We are niwvnyn ready to 1oihhohl corrospondcecn 0 on matters of interest, but do not hold orsaolves responsible for tie opinions expressed by our SCorrc pondcnts.-En. a[.S.i: BALNARRING AND HASITINGi RACES. To TiEEDvr?o In a cont'cmporary last week under the above lieiiding; the sportiug scribe ''Demros" has madoe statements re nltivec to the abo e':race club which weretunfaii' aid misleidinugi J'erhaps ' Demos " has purposely or ignorantly done this with' intent."It:ilnattcis fiot much, which, he will hardly dare admit Cither; lie is to hoinest too do it pur posely, and too wise to do it ignorantly. \Vell, never mind ?ita?ili hireasoli wfts, I wish to show"b to" thee public how maltters stand. "Demos " states " that owing to the stewards refusing a number -of ?entries the races were coiifii ed to local horses," m, d goes oil to say that: "1Ir Perridge and Mir :Johnston both owners of horses, for wairded their.. noiniitions buit failed to enclose amounot of" entraii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

Bootmakers '.Fralnkstoni Boot TVarelihuse. 1.:: REYNOLDS & CO., PRACTICAL BOOTIAKERiS, s 'PLATNE-= STREET, FIALN-sTON. ]A L'ARGE and V ied Stock of Ladies' -and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes alivays oni hand. Boots of all,Descriptions m;ade to Order. Fit Guara.nteed. ?IHandSoewn York a Specialty. .. clRirs'Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE' PRICES. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. ' T. CORE, M3ENTONE ,PARAI DE, MENTONE, DOOTS and SHOES made to order; D?I Repairs Neatly Executed; Reidy lade Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ctioneers anld Estate Agents. SH?IRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL,' RITCHIE *&! CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctioecers, .House and Land Agents, ILL hold Weekly S.ales as Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND IIOUSES, FURNITURE, &c... eld ea- Condntedltt bytheir Auctioners -. ,THtI)1AS'ITCHIE & PHILI' RENOUF 'A count Sales Pronmptly, Rendered.. FISHI .I AIKET., MELBOURNE" T. IH. DAVEY, ESTAT...

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LOCAL MARKETS DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

LOCAL flAIbtlF.'I'S Hloward t anri Scott report:-- andtenong Mlarket (Tuesday, 61th January)-Dairy Cattle.--A good supply, mostly tmediumn quslity ; the few rCally good muilke:ss and sprminers yairded met with ccmo compoeti tion at fair prices, but others were diflicult to quit at at ery low rates, several being turned out unsold--est ma;de £0 to ."8 10.:; one extra realised £10 10s.' Dry Co\ys.-Young Stock : The market ret;ains very inactive, few buyers hding in attend ance. A fair supply of porkers rnd baconers forward, the demand for which was dlightly easier fthan last qgotations. "Very few stores or young pigs penned, which sold readily at high rates. Calves. -A' modorate ntmber penned, which qunitied aL late quotations. : They also report having held their tosual monthly3 sale at Cranbourno on Friday last. whllen an exceptionally small ntlmber of stock was 3arded. With the exception of fat cattle prices were firm at current rttcs.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

iENM BAT 1'OST OFFICE. AIfLS CLOSE i Al' FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For i 1I.onrll io-7.15 a.jn.-12 noon For Mlioruniuton-x2.25:a.i.-2.16 pin. For Dronrna-i.. ni.m". For Soiwervilii'').25 n .m. For Hastins-. '~ For 'Cvcs i;and-, San ., Ro-'Tticadny, IlnuPid:sJ: ai il Satnurday39.25.j.ni.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

AN INTERESTING LETTER; SPECIALIST. 1}ý7 Fia LEEL LYN. who. tiao s-oI - of 7ietoris and Soe South Wales Is swar that b?. dc;-rtilo frotn the usual routine of ractie kni devote:'= h6l'melf excluotvely to a special bnnt .ie:li : ddrto e ::r: tner lim,..he is not strtctl? foeii1nhitie ipath:1 t prtelenional etiquette; hut, as consideable tscrs of the profession are still disooscd to sand lcoldlya oo from anyone of their nmiber ahoo ac'tireu popularitt in the treatment of eertaia ailnenots 1nd is really a dlcdaiol Specialist. he: soer not hesitate'to resort to what liet consiers le,.tittit C?te.?naa for the p Iryseol diotlatmincyniotl rrifoie^i.,s tll?tifiraging ?s fla ow/he isi lle the con-, tidedoie ol the piticIt itassuttrtdly.better to eeki i as dsta?om frofhttiie oqualilfled nrrtiotnerlnprlferteO e! tothequaek. ," t... .??,:.; :,?.,, .?\ ?.. ,.t d?,',.' The truedesignation of qt.'kery beongo to those! hhttbfid'?s;.die-rnlt-'r?s?ho, .i.hoott a particle olt ntde.dicl Itrslotl;e ' a.ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

Notices: SHIRE OF MIOENINGTON. FRANKSTON PARKS AND GARDENS. Applinations will be received at the Shire Olco.e Morningtol. up to noon on SATUR DAY, 24th January, IS9O, from persons willing to undertake the duties of Care taker to the Frankston Parks and Gardens at a remuneraition o' £20 per annnum. .PFrricul.rs at Shire Office and at Mr Fox's office, Frankston,. IIY ORDER, HENRY E. MOORS, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, Morningtoi, !)th January, 1591. HIIRE OF MOIiNINGTON. IMPORTANT NOTICE. " Emptying of cess-pans for year 1,891, in township of Frankston." Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Shire of Morrting:o.n, hy the porwers conferred by Sec. _59. Act No. 109S, hIes made a cha"ge of twenty shillings ,per pan per anuum in the township of Frankston, upon the occupiers of all tnements within the raid township. This chore is payable half-yearly in the months of Januany and July. Houleholders are hereby cautioned that legal proceedings will he taken against all who have not ...

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ALL ON A SYDNEY TRAMCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

ALL ON A. SYDNEY TIRAMGCAR STo0:lRdferriiA'Aiuxauii i atc-. lou, Botan :;i:So,6S sihriliu tli shturdyl conductor as e i ;tand'at, the ?lBridge Sti.ct tra tiei; rivius ini Sydric y='iiiid aeoni : ii:th` ?:h hiurry in. bnihtling crowd tumbling p11ll-nel iito the cars we "get iabtbird.' .I iiS ot suhi· rea affaiir nodays to iusi hoary historic spiots like Alexiandrii iWiteir on; iandilBtitany: An A iistrala ii ciai niCoinplli i it all iii :ii tiftcrir.ooiiii, · at a:.: rrvi.triflin"i cexalj nirdt . Bultue t" te. iron ?h?ose' ' is off,: i nd aheroci:i air already 'it our first stoping-pllace. The idstrecbt is =,Beiit Street;, and the' large npreteiitioui bualidi on. tle left is the Governmniit Priiitiiim Offi?e <:<lhei're :tuirnled;ot' ill tha ralwav, tickets, train. tickets? 'ald postage taminps used over the coloay,; and 1iere iare yprinted the viriaous .Go einnent documeats ant prccious 'arliali;nitr Hiansildi ;'containing the ioratiiins, iwise and othier ifse `...

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CONCERT AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

On Monday cvening concert of a superior characti:er w.s :cheldi in the Mechanics' Insdtiitc:. :Our renadrs-, :will' remcniber that this conceirt'wias being, held iinder the 'aspices of tho:e Fraiikston Town 31ii d," theI proceeds. from which are to, be divoted to its funds. Since its inaugeration 'about . two months ago, and thle: subsejucnt engagement of 31r D. 11. Ili?ainih , at :the latter part of ~ocntinhei .this: band has niide most rapidi p iogre :id ,judging ..from. the .perfolrmn:ices th;it have al-ready been: heiird, thti bmnd will in a, short time be ahld ,to hold its oon with all comners, and we shill :not be surprised to see it one: darvtaie Ialeadimng position among the foreimost. bands of the coloniy. S'Xhn e)gagelmenlt of M?rl I.-innah, as bandmaster was ;a step, in thu right diree0tioni. This gentleIIan caile hero with high credentials, andt.'a!though others also offered their services whose credentals wrci qaclly; good, receoit .experience priove thal thet conniiiit...

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TO THE EDITOR. BATHS AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

BATHS ATr MORNINGTON Si I relid With c iO trst "ý' is itoi "- lettrdin youri lst issue. re the absence of bat!s in coniiection with houses of eccomniodatiiin II townships zaloiig the coast. 1 iidould like to' ask .whast right" have the :Shii' Council to :iprereut prira to enterprise to the discoinfort of the gei il :jublie The fact tai?i o .ne personi hIass ? nmon opolv. of the .bathing *ecohiiiiodatioi on the s eat. floi iite : tiowiiship is 'nioreaso io whoi ih tv should ipro':nt otheri' 'who ii .he .tfiicicit enit rprise in hlriii .:i s:i tt ilto theirl houses. for tli use t bfthleir lip iions:: 1: look ilion .lichi .lt i on i ' I?h -lit of tle couilcl.'as imonstrotls ;i-And thCe sooner their places ira filleu? t;i mnii- wio ire not so :irrow r'iiinde? theo bfotter. 'ý ;c; ý'I' '::ilyyours etc.:

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

SPOfRTI1G YOTRS.& =- --- vBr EARLY BIrD.] The revel of the first few days of the New Year is over. We have bowed the old year out and ushered tlhe new one in with all its attendant hopes 'and fears. IMen have cursed the dying -year, and greeted the new as a long sought; friend. We have listened to the chimes of: the church, bells, and the music of the harp, dulcimer, psaltery and the many toned instruments of the street, and we have joined inthle chorus of the "Marsaillaise" "Yankee Doodle"" and the ,' Days of Auld Lang Syne." The great civilized world has had its holiday; the Prince and. the Peer, the master and the man, haver mingled in one conunon enjoyable throng, lperhaps bencath the gam or'fern-tree of the forest, or the ti-tree of the breezy sea shore, or we inay have soughtthe race course and have been lost in the throng of rushing, -roiling racegoers. Wherever we have heen.during our holidays we have wished each other, " A prosperous New Year.': 'anudwe Lace vowedto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

Every one Ounht to Insure Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSRALA3SIA .. . (LIMITED.) ' . , . . EAD OFFICE 4tmer f COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, .MELBQOUJE. . . . DIRECTORS: 1'uo0rAs MoiiRAt, Esq:,J.P.; ChairDin... G. D. CARTER, ESQ., M.P. Tuos. Ai.siot, Esq.,J.l.,Vice'Ohaiirii-l. jL R. G.BENS , Es. J.P.- ' MATTHEW LANG, ESQ., J.P. (Mayor of -- Melbourne).--- -'--- -N.-Ho. CT---HAMM.LC.C':-""' LOWEST CURRENT HATES OF PREEMIUM. B'ush "ii.s" Ga-d Gn' Exp16siofis- Covered Without Extra Charge. ,'?v .; - : ----._.4A.---"VLIA?3IA-MACREDIE.'"-" .. .r..-.-.',. , ,..*. . . . .. :- i' ; , *.-,ii." .: Socretary. Agent for r'fistibn--M.utBi oDr. 1 1 . . *' -. Agent for Morniington-. E. yoiiEl.T , grpofesswiual_ 1r o [CARD. . S,1 SURGEON. . se,.cceo' r4 .. . " ATil s.) . , ay l £?nfilted Daily at his ResidRnce, ' "TATIARA,"'! i??r STR1ET, r. I'A N I,s' o N. . lie May nAo e Cdonsulted at HASTINGS' At Mir. Cooper's loyal Hotel every Wednesday betweeCn ..11,and 12 noon. Also at "" SO...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 10th JANUARY 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

" Not timilv, nor rashly." * PUBLISHED VFERY SATURDAY. .*". iOt. 'JAl.tAY 1SS1. Tx preriohs issues of our joiurii:l, we have fr quCntly pointed out the inany advantages derived from frit growiig and the suitability of the soil and clinate of our- peninsuli foi sucli aln undertakiiig. Naturally the question irises nowtlhat there issuch) igehora rush fotr or'hard faris in such places is Mildui a;,Horshiam, Mooroopiia, j{1utlirglcn and many other phiaces equiilly suitable ,D]ocs fruit:growing pay ? It is -I well known fact that suchi a'n cxtesive feelinlg as thi oii tli.t now exists inl favor of whiat in:iy be termed a popular industry, does not usually, sprig "ii'to x.xsteiico willit l there haviiny beeii for sonme timi a string current toif elii'i? well or il defined, that there is money in it. Without doubt tlic 'iaffve 'Bros have done iiimuch to bring this industry to tli fioit,' biut' miist be reimembered iliat avery strong, feeling in its favor existed loig before it Was known th...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

GENERAU POST OFFICE. MU:IkS CLOSL AT FI:ANKSTON AS UND)E1.. r.oci Mhldbou1I1L-7..Ij a.iii.-12 noon For<Mornnirtou2n . '9.2 a.ml.-2t.1p.mn. i ForI~romnniui-? ant.i 'For Somnucrvuiln L21 .a in:l . ForI Cones and San' Riemno-'ueCsday, Tlhrsd'iy 'nid Saturday-1.25 am:m

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A BOYS ADVENTURE. (Written specially for the Mornington Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 17 January 1891

A BOYS ADYRNTUBF. (Writt ,? RspeU allfor ... e I'sCorn ngts " Standard.) It is acknowledged by all old people that events which happened many years ago, are in many cases so in delibly fixed in their mind that every detail ?is recollected ,ind more'. easily described than cecurences of mueh later date. In the present narrative, although the circumstances seem to me quite clear, I shall' probably fail in depicting thein L'Many large towns in Asia as' well as in Europe are 'situated some considerable distance up the rivers, such as Calcutta, -Lon-. don, Liverpool, etc. Canton is so situated. At the time I am ,writino of, there, were no tug steamers and vessels proceeding up the, Canton river had to be towed by a large num ber of small boats with the assistance of the tide, when the wind was not favorable, over two bars in the river. The ships then loaded and unloaded at a place called Whampoa about 13 or 14 miles from Canton. Although ships had traded there for upwards of 200 years, i...

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