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THE EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

11THE E1SOM RACES SMr. .Tenkins lis iont nore than one occasion bleeni nlfortunaite in the weather, a:d Th;nradiy -added another to his unfortiunateh da. : Thernain, that fell in thd forenooin reatlvuinter ferred with the a~iteniaisce' Thei great expense ti .which Mr..Tenihns has gone, in order n tonialke this course the equal of aoi' in Lustralia will, sino doubt, ere linig Ibrigt !its .÷r?p d, and we opiiC tlhat liia .moetli)iýo w'ill hbe ,;unog!tho liost"lairgly patroi nized in the rilons. /'The i rarilig.was good, but the rfi'ifs went downl in' all but two iiistllolws, and voery con. siderable surplri'se: Wial exiresised /at most of the wins;, Ias theb horses w?ro considered not to hlave thl relnoitest chaeuie of wintiiigl,.',lie sale of Abrupt, the wilier of',tlthe a/ ellini Race, yielded li slllli- of-l1(is--tothel - funds of thf e cbl . The following are the details of the racing,:- HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of 100 soa Second; 10 sovs. About oe muile nmli fidve fiirlo' Mr. Tl' lyr...

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Sporting Notes. RACING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

. Sp orting Notes. JADqIm tMEMS. BY " MALUA." SOn Saturday last, at Caulfield, th torian. Cliib pulled offRa :most successful 'seeti 'biuitt thei thre-teniig asbict of the }weater militated against the attendance. !Bosh should, as I predicted, most decidedly, have won the Hurdle Race, and the protest 'entered against Willie for boring him was, iiuch to the surprise of. everyone, dis missed by the stewards. The ways of the 'stewards of this -club are certainly'inex plicable, and thi: was; such a glarii gcase of; injustice that I sin surprised thaat the determination_ to have .,the -decision re viewed by the: Victoria Raciing" Clul~ asi not 'perserved in, butt Wilkinson,' oin Bosh, should not have allowed-Willie to 'get up so closes he could quite easily have. lead himn'home by at least a length'. A? dlesire to ?uake a close finish is not always judicious, and several' tiiies before this jockeys havebheen had (oi:tlie iWime' la and regretted their tacti'csita u t A The Sportsman publi...

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News of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

lIewus1 of thelliy. Mr. E.t Coxall has retoveitd into his inew premsiieiin ]i:v-'tret, illlllle diltel'lv iiidiisitl his tformler plaIce of businelss, Lnd: advertises. that ie-,"is prepared to sell'imeti.t att the; sh1p at low'pric'es for.lcash. , Ili litc nwshos is ha:ving it ex.ellely il: "fittd up with nahle coluiter-, &c. It aliso contai.l ta stid1hdi unilergoritd cellar for stornitg nieit it thie hot wieatier. iir. (Coxall will i we/-hle not doubt, he rewarded fors 'hi?;pluck'".ii Ibuilding such a spleftoid d"vhopl y sn inirease inr his business. S-WVethave :received ; from ? the l-'lii rthert' ? e? 'rsh. tMelville;. M11iullenl and' ,the aI f' r T .÷ I vt iit t lt+lett c tit fill ?it tip littl be Mtk, enttle,..l ht Oscar,-told ,by;?hine?sef."] 1- ,Tie:work relateo in ?choice:' tnd extpi?ct ivret?iin gite dlgI terit-iki? ituldls' ift rftititic dog. and deservesi it Ia n r i1reulatiieo. It is printed hby. Mi .rs. P['Carron, Ilirl laid' Co.;-: +tidl 'lis i: coloifiaiii Vro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

TU19Oi DIN AT4TE.·-Auctipa We a ! rh Pen -mba. . PbinyI n fTottr 4 ln( aid VQ., yr jaylrov4 A~ apr Co. 1i·: ' SPROULE;. Iumxber, )Gawfitt. owl f'o, . :- 4 Yi P " STREET, .a S °`Kr ý AiK1~'STanW 9 ?Q4oiwl h T0!FtCAttundod tiQ. EC COXA1 Sc~ C 1ý_1ý1IL- ' _ - I3[1r'1ýi`JIIE1iEi.,i. A' K: ' t thanks to hi. onjtobicrs 1 f9r:thaW1thol1i i ' t in the past, to in! iwMT~hiti that ha has swIIaved "'+s WA o mlww1doppoita tha old stamd, 'lhra he will contiluo to spply Bee and 'Mutton of tho 1ost qwsblity at greatly .rntnle lydccs Fox Cashat.th i Shop ,ox TOQNtPS and PICKLF;D PORK 8MALL (OODS Of 1 ry, Toscurption Frcsh Daily,. `, . SHIDES , KINS AND' TALLOW IlUCIITr FOR CASH. : i it l, lAliial Solcited ,irC;s:t ;. ;; NATIO N -TiL LIFEASSUGIATIONiF?. -. | .1 M Ji .. . .. ':,. Ai r , , AU ,RALASlA - i gJ IU tlrbelTd 9 l. .,'T. IN ,ST1ED A i,, MEET CLAS ..' " "'., 'O,0" ANNUAL INCOME UTPWAURDOS --.. ...._250,1.00 ,088O EBTEM?ITm:JV3 LIBERAL CONDITIONS. LARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE SECURIT.. Secial ,Clai...

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How the Poor Live. (Continued from October 5.) CHAPTER IV. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

How the Fi&o :ILive. (Br GEORGE 'Sa: lu r of Dagonet Ballads, &c.) (Continued from October 5.) CHAPTER IV. (continued) A 'B' meeting is held in the up stairs room. '6f one of. the-. Board Schools. The summon edlparer..ts wait in a.huge.crowd..outside. They.come, in oiet by oiie to be disposed of.- Tlie president off the ineeting sits.aith they book before hlimi, in w-lhich the cases ito be.heard=are-fullyv etered zup.-=Bcea side hin ' sits' thd~ Board-oflicial, the inspecitor o0olidc1 ho! advises him on little points of School Board law, andisho? marks' the' pipiers iwhieluhhre: to be returned to the School Board officer 'in charge :of the,case' to be acted upon. Standingfround the i/roomn 'are the School Board officers..of the different divislons in the., district.," ,They are famtliar with tli'thliastoryg': circlium- staiiiices of every iioe*hocoinmes into the little room, and they sulpply con firination.I 4r /contiidictioh ? sthfll necessity arises. Someuvhere or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

r-UaSiuOR I0oot warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO. , PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLAT"E STsrET, FRA oSTON. ' A LABGE and TVried Stock of Ladies' .A,..: *.„. i ,e . n ,di. ,^.,,i. S and Gentlemen's Boota and Showes " always on hand. : Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs NeatlyiExecited. SMELBOURNE ,PRICES. D. -H PETRIE, BAKER :B IRONMONGER, ;:GENERAL' STOREKEEPER, , HASTINGS. B OOTS and. Shoes, Drapery, Bran, Pollard, Oats, Maize and 'Chaff. Orders promptly, attended to.. D. H. PETRIE, HASTINGS S0TORE, SHASTINGS. T. H. DAVEY, Estate Agent, Frankston. T ABGE and Small Orchard Farms, GJGrazing Blocks, Chicken Farms, Agricultural Areas, Land on Lease, at so much per acre per annum, up to 5 years, situated in Frankston, Carrum, Lyndhurst, Mount' Eliza, Langwarrin, Somerville, Tyabb, Bittern, Balnarring, Philip Island, SCrib Point, Fingal, and all parts of the adh iiostliberal terms. Runs up to 1000 acres at low prices, and terms up to ...

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QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. Tlhero ,was 'a large 'supplyl of 1garden producelrdrught toy zidnrkdt thisjinoiriii ,eso'ftatos, ieas, "nAl asparag,? hming the most. noticeable.I The idemand was good, and there was a fair amount of hdsiness done. The following prices ruled::- - , :i VxEoETABLEs.-Aspau-agns, Is to :is per 100 sticks;, he.ms (broad), id to )d.per lb; imported ido. (kidney), 4d to adl do.;, boungiudts, ts to 12s Ier dozen; ci?hhl;,s, is to Is (id do.i cir:rots,' '4d to i;d pci" ddzen' blinches; cauliflower., is to :s per dozen ; jcress (eurled) , id per dozen hunches; do. (water),' lki idt o icucinhid (l6iingpind), 18s per dozen; horse-radish, s to (is per dozen sticks; leek. Is to 2s per dozen; lettuce, :Id 6to 1s:do.'; inirjoiamn, id 'per dozen hunches; ,. mint, .:id: do.;.. onions (dried), 10s to 12s per cwt; do. (green), 6d to is per dozeni!linches;i p;arley; (il' do.; parsnips, id to 1s do. ; pe;as, 7s ,to .s per; 100ll; pdftatoei (in?e), as'to 4s per c;ase; radish ,- 4d t...

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MARKETS. FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

IMARKIETS. The following is the' Fish, Msarket report fol Novembeh:lJ - Th< infiiitity delt with comprised- -? ,? SFis ,4tii bsskets ;:eryfish1137h alf-dozen; ,iabbit. :Iii' .,,;Thse-primi.-eyri --a ,fol lows:-Breuea, 4e to ss? a thead, is to liU lid; grfish, 12 lid to li5s 6(id;lludrick, (is to Ss;e -nillet; is to1'2 lid; perih, lOs to' l;'2 pike, Ss lid to 12s; ,salmon, 4s to Ss; trout, 4s'to !s; Murray cod aul id percll, 8I to 5?d per li; crayfish, Ss to 12s dozeix: flounders lis to 12s (id; schnapper, (is to 7s each; trevalla, 1ud to is lii e-ich ; eels, 2d per 1 1; oysters, 20s to 50s per bag; hares, 1s lid to :is lid blracde; rabhits, (is lid to 12s'per dozent couple.

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Wesleyan Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

Wesidin Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.".... On jStndays last he anniversary services of the WR sleyan Sunday ., School. were conducted) lbi tlid Rev-lRalph Browii.: In the morning anil evening the Rev.rgentle man preached very eloquent seranons-to largo congregatiois. 'And'in the afternoon the children of the Sunday-School-each brought a bouquet of, flowers, which at the conclusion cof',tlhe'(service were left in the church and forwarded' on the following day ,to-.the--Melbourne Hospital. The picture presented by the children was an exwceedingly, pretty one, and the addi~es delivered 'lly the' Rev. Ralph Brown was most apropos to the occasion..The children's singing, under the direction of Mr Robinson, was excellent, and' a word of praise is due to that gentleman for their highly creditable rendering of the hymns. On!Monday' evening a. tea-meeting was held in the school-room, and the tables presided over by Misses Cook, Renoltf, McComb and Box, was thoroughly appreci ated by a...

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Metropolitan Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

MetropolltHan Meills. -4- The Governrment! w 44 eltv r oughly handled on Tuesday eveninglast, when the Appropriation Bill came on for disclaspionl. On the previous Thursay thle Govprnment, so Ait° l?as heena freely asserted; 'took ;ula??i?e 'of"a thi hos `' he tl.i through' the estimates .contaiinng an increase in the salary of the Railway Coiumissioners'; £10001 to Mir Spelght. and £.o0 each to ?essrs Ford and Greene,. And when the :Appropriation, i ill was submitted, an attemupt was al nadto reverse the decision then arrived *at, but it proved futile, the divislozi"list showing a majority of five in favor of the increase. * When thiasnerens was.first nnoote4 at the time of Msseidhit'sde'lirture far f lrope, the country piokout ot't~ unquilvoc ;ly against it, and those gentlemen who so directly set at nbught the wishic? aof their constituents will no doubt have this vote stored up -gaiihst7theita for ulse wlienthey again seek election. Mr gUltl eR.4ptna tpn rpgairdixig the vontsfor...

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Soundings from the Sea. Serant Sir, even now Did the sea toss upon our shore this chest, Tis of some wreck. Crimcon. Set it down, let's look on it. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

Soundlings froin 'the- Sea. Br SE.I-SERPENT. S rSe', t. Sir, c n o . " ..a 'Tis of some wreck. Crimeol. Set it down, let'a look on it. W hen in M[elboint cthe other day the aipproach of ':l? uninlr wIas mai fet edl to inie ill:I i lodii`diffLerent wars, Iut in none nloe n oxipresive than by the exeluiiatinwifiw ihicz was con ,tinually greetel.`ý`lin ftiltjl 'ot!" I iwas ceomplled to adi iiitithiit there was somile force in the expression, and at timles felt a longing ti aIvouch rsuch to Ic' the l eaeii e;'i hut restrained mivself.j "cihertheles4 it" ''iris pi fectly ritrue (ind" aifter ladii.. lint one niiiute slii'it of i h ru in the iIIetroiuolis, . liastened : to. iqu it. ::I.-Hom il y tcity peiilt brothersirejoice inicitVrilifd is theyr scam to do puzzles ale. "nu hWIy doli't they geti 'oit'tiifl i, auidi ike up their albode where -fresh incontsiini liated air. cin be..breathlled ?,[ere is Friankston to wit, where outside the 'enjoyablle tiame ? I - R lilwyv journey certaiiily i...

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Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

.r Mornington. r ."; -------e-- (FaROM ObURO'oWs ? COinuESPONDENT.) Residents of 1Iornington arc much aliiscild +"tthc a'EtioLi of the& Cnnuinhi si?nierst of Railw3aya in' filing' f o include this township among the sea side towns.i thati ,benefits by the it'nuing I of exciision iickets. We underst;adl th:tta, distinct promise was given that Morniigton tqhiouMi enjoy' the' smne facilities as other towns i n the sea shore. The. council: authorities cer tainly ought to look into the matter before the season iidl:iiices too far. .1 u: eci:a train anl hereon thel5tlhi inst. conveying between 4c00 and 500t excurionist ,,undei, the.; auspices of the 1anptist Association, who held coin tinuOuis prayer and cl ii1) meetings during the diay"i ithi pi?i'? . Mr. F.rank Unthaulnk; I a sorry to say-metr-with, a-iserious accident on: Tuesidaytl1a?ist bYialling sovoral ribsal aiid sustaining some severe contusiions about tlie face, Dr. ?lheed having to lie call?'l iii i o atteeuL teli ihiff...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 23 November 1889

PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. Meets at Grantville the Saturday nearest PRESTDENT: Wm. Harbison;' J.P. CoUNCILLORS: _slandB ding-W.- .Baison.. J.P., T. L Fee.3 J.PR. :ohinWest? Woolmai BHidi"g-?.:-'Daly;' . Aade"rsobn James Hoddinott, J.P. -j Corinella ;Riding--J. C. Tullock, James Clarke, J.P., 8. Keys. SECBrrAR?. CLRKi or Wours., &C. JL-, Boawlek :Sam. Remo. ? Counclors retire in the order in which .-their n-mes are :printoil. The first, retir-, Sng in 1gst Uxt year "9 efich'irsiue .ceeding year.

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Agriculture and Horticulture. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

` Agriculture and,, Horticulture. iThe diili.a* iie aIt the Friiit. gra i i i"C'nvelnt.ii lshowil that .l wise:. selection and- pIolper packing fruit toull hbe sint to Engilal inl gon condition with thei pr?speet of feiiir iip .? inieiiucr:itive ipricc. Exlperiiient. ofship1ni origes frini Pirrainatta, :\ew. outh Walea. hlive been maide ii.itlit iisti i; itifisfatorI: : results, 'aiid there i?, a .pruneii: of a very lairge trade bleing opened tUp! feetweed .-hll indl ani l Ne r ouitl Waldes particul;arlv )in oranges." One strong point A in fa?ior of 'tlie.se coloniei s is thit they are sitiiatel in thne %iiuth=. eri JHenmisphere, so thiait ifriis aire iiin, atthe quite ;ipipsite tniie if. the vear to wh.tit tlihey'iri-iii thiieNurthieri I[eniilipherxe. A s`hipienit of iipple? reitlýv 5ieit t? ti aiia .'5rIuisco fromi. Auitraia returenied is ,per vase, And this faut is referred dto im, one of the Calihifornian journals as tevidencing the lissdliliti of, impefiing ip.a gi?? ,iu ganiti...

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COUNSEL'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

QCOUXNIL'S aW _UMLCATO1US: 1.--OsroINAL MAXIM (3200), I8 6d.-rost 2.-' MELODIEB OF EBIN'" (12 Songs), 2s. -Music by EDWARD COUNEL. f .. (Composer of Twenty Thousand (20,000) Original Airs, &c.), Can be Obtained from the Author, Somerville.

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Soundings from the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

Soundiings from the Seia. Serrna. Sir, even now Did these toss upon our shore this chest, 'Tin of some wreck. Cri.eoo. Setitdown, let's lookonit. hlie eurtain"hnsfallen onrone-of the most fruitfulosessions that the Victo rian, Parliament ha;s seen during its career. ,The iustotiniryv flourish: of trumpets aeiomlpaniicl the t ro nga tiioti utit itiii)r'thi.t perfor linmai i ie f the closing ceremony thd?atmosphere,. in the Assembly, wias pIarticularly warm, and was geiierated 1?y the action of the Council in refuiii to a'llow a caiuse to stand. idiThe Eduaitioni . En-' dowment Commissioners Bill, wherein menmbers! of'iParlianrenit were to be •allowed certain. alpointments, under. Government, carrying pay. The memi-' hers Af the Assembly who opposed this interfeiencie on the part of the :Coiiicil "were most peieistent in stone walling, and ultimately the Bill had to be abandoned in order to permit of the prorogation ceremony, as arranged, being gone, on .with. At nloon his Excellency....

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER IV. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

Howv ;the IPoor i Live. (By GEORGE I?`. Sits :Author of Dagonet B:alads,( &c.) CIIAPTAER PV, (Vi( iliciiued)`:,: l have Haild that th :hardl$hile.eiie tailed in the poor i' yliv. the dlie tioii et: arie iuliietroiiu:- Ltct 'iil Inote a few. statiatic 'gleaniied froii the 'pilers' which I turn :ovei ill'. theo ' hairmd an desk by bhis kindp iiLLnia: 'The ?i?re 'asesii' which the piareiit apply tRo have Ithei tliic' ri?iitt li bc cause they clniliit: affoird lto': tlic i: 1. Mrs Walker: 7. children of school. age; fee 2d a week each. Total earnings of family, 10s. ..Rent, 'is 6id.. Husband once good meclhanic, lost 'eniployineit, through illness and, deafl @p Parisli relief none. CharaptiaP' ~lod;, Is now a? hawket. sells ortaOes a d; fish: Child p'n hdlf.starved, When an orange is too bad to sull they have it for breakfast, with a pleae.of bread. - 2. Mr Thoimpson: Five children of school age. Out of work. No income buit pawning goods and clothes Rent,. 4s. Wife drinks surrep...

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Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

Flinders. --+·-- (Faox ouR owN CORRESPONDENT.) Flinders -is slowly going ahead, a;ndl ,hortly we sha:ll have ilnotherinlposing structure in. the township. Mr. Fred. Bullock is now ,erecting a new store, which will, when finished, entirely put his present building in the shade. ?The Fliinders cricket club were de feated alt Bahilrring on Saturday last. The Baliirring club thus winning two out iof the three games played against the Flinders club. Within two or three weeks, we. sh:ll havie a steamiler rulilng to and frlom Ilastings three days a .week. With three different routes to choose from, visitors to this delightful seaside report should be able to make the journey to and front here a very pleasant oine; especially 'if-they come by steamer to Drolmanll, thence 12 miles hlongi a very pretty road, by coach, and return by steamer from Flinders to Hastings, thence to Melbourne by train; byv so doing they will have the pleasure of 7a sea trip down Port Phillip Bay iandl up Western Por...

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MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

-MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. November 26. Howard and Scott report :-Dairybcattle, medium supply, inquiry rather Iitter, but no naterial-nlteratipnf in plices, best sell mge t £?6 1s tb £7 ,10s;;?nediuun £4 10s £37 f0s'; lry cows and young stock in good demand at full market rates. Pigs-A good supply forward; baconers, a good deal easier, best making .i0s to fiOs, medium 40s to 43s; porkers sold at it reduction on last week's values, bestlt30s:to :?s, medium light weights ils' t 27s (kl; stores aind suckers, a full supply, and hard to quit at late rates.: Calves-a fair number penned, which sold readily at an advance on last; quotations. They also report having held ai clearing sale on account of Thollats Child, Esq., Kilcunda ; there was a good a:ttendanco.of ,buyers, the whole of his dctttle hoes, shecpjyhousehold furniture, Kc.,>realhsiig very satisfactory prices. They have also sold privately 57 head of iilxed ?itore cattle on account of Mr. M. Kerr at full rates. Joseph Clarke ...

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FRANKSTON VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 30 November 1889

SFR?_IAXSTOVX ;OLUT.EEE FIRE BRIGADE. . On Tuesday evening Inst in the ,Mechanllics' istitute a meeting of the Frankston Volunteer Fire Brigade was held, ;Superintendent C. .T. ox in the chair. The principle business for which the meeting was called was to arnrage for the purchase of a fire engine; after some discussion it : was arranged that, in view of the appro:Ach of the sullllllner season, when our hostelries and accomodation hIluses would be crowded, and . there , would be great risks of an outbreak of fire consequent thereon, a manual fire engine. be pulrch:sed at' once. The secretary was instructed to draw out subscril;tiori lists for the purpose of canvassing. the town. thoroughlyv in a short time, when it is expectedl that the inhabitantsN will respond halldsomltcl to the call. An organisaltion such ias the Frankston 'Fire Brigade deserves the very greatest support that it is in tile individual's power to give. Tlie melm bers volunteer their services, and risk life and lim...

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