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THE FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. REPORTS ON THE FRUIT CROPS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

TH' FlUITH GR1OW GrG fLY D bSTRY;..:` REPORTS ;ON 'THE 1FRUIT CROPS 1 Jdoiclr&2.M 'rrA?ý'. Frakaitic~r repolrts : aiipes, aprieots,-gooseberries 'iiilidlta~Ichrries clithlow 'icr tgc iin yieldli; clherries, graipes, peaches anid piltns, average; pears, above. average. Aea :In lihis owin garden, apples 12 :toes* iylpricots, '"onebherries ":rapes iiill iachs siiall ; cherries;; Pears 'and 11uis. l eic e2i ric srti nberrids, Sirc.. Apliiles are infctied i 'ithl fire bligliht -Apriciots n'ps i l early pairt of the se son:. Souitl` Bri igito=il Mtt rles Allan, jun reports : l yield fid a ipplices, apricots; oraciges aid pIliuns 1average; che ries, 'bose rverage;,caly urii ietisc, Ilight, hito il in icti o ery= "oond0 grades p h:ihev ;aind strawberries,. beloi average'ppears, ab ýv:neraige. Arca minder aipples aid cliterric;l, huise, iS iticreasae apricoits its ]rgin, dinall in crease bli black curritantm; very few grown; gonseberris, mbndinni; grapes, oranges, peaches a-id striaw...

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FRANKSTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

FltANKSTON. MECHIANICS' INSTI TUTE. To THE EDITOR Sin,-Being to a certain extent inte rested in thle welfare of Frankston, I amil taking the liberty to ventilate a subject that in: ny opinion calls for serious attention. I refer to your local institute, or, as it is: better known, itthenaaun. Many country towns of less importance and far less pretcntions maike' their read ing rooms attractive anld comfortable, and there oare places where the visitor can both spend a I pleasant aid profitiable liour. This'cannot be said regarding the Franks ton Reading Room. During any visits to Frankston I litve been surprised to find thsit the ilace is open only two evenings .weekly;and that not oveuj the Melbourne daily papers are to bo soon, and as a public reading roomn it is comparatively usless. A great many of the books onught never to have been on the shelves of a nmeclhanics' institute,but;:onuglit'to be trainsferired to a Sunday Schliool library. Now, sir, I would like to ask you why is su...

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BALNARRING AND HASTINGS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

JIALXNARRING AND IAS xTINGS ?RACES. The annual mieeting of the above club took lilaes i)n lIoxiting )Day and the attendance was by far: the largest that ever asseminbled on any similar ocanmion uipoln the Euin Plains, and the stewards have every reason to be satis fled in this respect. The attendance was enstimatedl at 1200, and the great matter for surprise vwas; where did all thie people cine from? The day was not ai eijoyable one, beingi exceed ingly hot, with a strigi Iortherlyi wind snud' iimenise clouds of dust, The supply of vehicles was. quito in suflicient to carry the numbers. that arrived Iby the trains. nmaiy of whom haid to .use 3l-hianks'pony,. and.. the trip was lnot one of the pleasantest. Thel course presented a iiarked in: provemienlt to what it di I last year, and the management can he coilpli. imeinted on their efforts. The races was not all that could he desired, and as usual the laer..s passed many adverie coinimeints on thelhindiappers, wIho, aiccordiiiiwn t t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

ADVERTISE In the "X[orningtoni Staidard." TIINTED and ~'uhlishcdiat1?rmnketal, `.in' h&`IutcrVst of th e nii THE DEFIES ALL COMMON COMPETITIONI OF THE. ITS VICTORIES EXTEND OVELI THE WHOLE WORLD. WORLD. The HORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE ErSEASON 1887-8, :3DPROVED I'Y PBLI1C Coil I}7rTJo\ AT S'or? imi Tssr, TO 118 HIl LIO1ITESTR T IN1iDERt IN THE WOu LD. 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN' VICTORIA ALONE, LAST SEA. SON, STAMPS ITS SUP'ERIORITY. Th 18 dIierte is Low'er "4d II~ifdt., Lighter it Ii eight, l fihte inDe ryh than ever. Large StorksI of Ijplicates will ho held in all the I lou Jet Districts in the Colony. Pai'agon and Enclosed Gear MOWERS & REAPERS THE 4 .S?ECIAL TWINE & SUPERIOR OIL... WORLD .: gR RENOWNED Machinery Merchant and Iln7ofllwO . 208 &.210 LATROBE ST. WEST, - HORNSHY. HELfGIIUtNII" IS OERTAIN DEATH TO ALL INSECT PESTS whilat It is porfootIy HARMLESS to OHILDREN and ANIMALS. It is invaluable for protooting ROS...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

Oni 3ita te fatm in the i ll. knowil tinl of. 'Thomas ".Webb and lowo 'r~mº r - u oii!'ýk f ititi+ aeJ, regltl!!) l1tih pfe1 t 1 h T P!' lll trmri plll Ia Pr' 11aetiil~lr t ;a e, at ;it tIldh f oej plavers are reqnted to nleot onthe plt form of the railway station ii timen to catch the 1.i0 train frui. Franks. nton :- Baxter, Nor (2), 'greens, Kelie (2)'.Dean, Phillips, Patterion, ReJ iºWa;ýnijngi'G1, Mticoinbe OGrant1 all 4Adelr,

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

GENERAL 1POST OFFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AX' FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For Mehlliourn-c--7. a.n.-12 noon 1.20 p.m. For Mornin ton- .4i a.i- 2.15 p.ml. For Dromzana-10.5 a.m. For Sonmorville-10.5 a.m. For Hastings-10.5 a.m. For Cowes and San IlRemo-Tuesday, Tlhursday andl Satnrday-10.3 a.im.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

ITEMlS OF NEWS. Mr W. A. Lyons, late editor of this journal, having severed his connection with this company, it is requested that all future communications he addressed to the secretary. Through soueumniccountableaccidesitthe report of the Baliarring and Enitt Plaiiis race meeting: did iot reach-its iuntil lifter the publication of our last issue. We are exceedingly sorry for this mishap for it is our intention to endeavor to keep our readers well informed with...what takes piaus lcially iiap to the 'last inioseint of going to press. -We shiall, therefore, take special care to prevent a similar mishap. Visitors to Frankston cannot fail to notice the great improvements thait have been umado in the neighborhood during the year just closed, 1889l. The noble edifices erected by the Colonial iBank and Messrs Coxall and Bunny, with the row of shops crected lby Mrs Buxton, andthe improve ments made to the shops under the Coffee Palace by Mr Ritchie, are not only orna ments to the town, bu...

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

31ELBOURNE TO FRIiNKCSTON SUNDAYS. Melbourne, dryP.-U I n.-uI°: k)p.in.-2.I13 . Frankstonu,-1 arr.-11 . -2.( p.m. 3.33-7.20O-10.20. FRAI%'KSTON TO MELBOURNE SUNDAYS. Frankston. dep .-').21 aim-12.20 p.m. 2.1S--4. 5-.5). Melbourine, LilT-10.4o5 :i~ii -1.40 p.m.

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

STONEY POINT TO F1 ANICSTON AND MELBOURNE. --Stoney- Pa~int dap-7.5O a;r~lm.-11.40-0.50j p.111.-9.12. Crib Point dtle-7.53 11 m.--1(.45 Blittenri dcp-S :1.11.-] I .50.-7 p.11.-11.22. Hastings, 9 e. .-iS.0;i.ni.1.50--7.OP.iii.-- Tyab. dc.5135.1-.:-.~ Somierville. dIep.-5.111 :1.1ii.-12.11 p.m. ulorningtioi Juniction. dcp.-8.2.5 11.11. 12.15 p.mi.-7.2.1-1.47 7.:30-II.5I. Fr~ankston. :irr.-S.-14 a.mi.-212.30 pim. 7.40-10.1. FrMkstoii, de.p.-S.510 x.1n1.-12.33 li.i. Melbourne, :u r.-10. iOa.sn.-2.U p.in.-il.17 -11.211.

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STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

STONEY POINT LINE. MELBOURNE TO FR NKSTON AND HASTINGS. Melbourne, dep .-. .1111. - 12.20' p.m. 6.35-9.33. Frankston, arr.-10.20 a.mn.-1.40 p.n. 7.55-10.53. Frankston, dep.-10.33 n.in.-1.54 p.in. 8.12-11.5. Langwarrin, dep.-10.44 1.'i: - 2 p.m. 8.22-11.20. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.49 a.m. 2.24 p.t.-S.25-11.24. Somerville, dep.-10.55 a.in.-2.12 p.m. 8.32-11.30 Tyabb,. dep.-11.1 a.m.-2.J0 m.. 11.36. Hastings, arr.-11.5 a.m.-2.23 p.m.-S.41 -11.43. Bittern, arr-11.14 n.m.-2.29pan.-8.5l 11.49. Crib Point arr.-11.21 a.m.-2.3(ip.m. 8.58-11.56. Stoney Point arr.-11.25 a.m.-2.40 p.1m. 9.2-12.,

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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

MORNINGTON AND FRA1KSTION TO MELBOURNE. Morninnton,dcp.-g.10a.m.n-12.8-.15p.m --i.10-9.15. Mooroodue, dep.-8 ' a.n. -1 2.18 pan. 4.31- 7.36i9.57. Mornington Junction, dep.-=8.8 n.m. 12.26 p.nt.-4.31-7.36-9.49. Langwarrin, dep.-8.12 n.an.-12.30 p.m. 4.35-7. 4010.1. Frankston, nrr.-8.22 a.mn.-12.40 pan. 43 5-.l e m0-10. -.1...0 Frank1tii, .d-p.-7.25 1.2.45 pama-=-2.1.1-3.1Q0-]-.50-7.57-lO.lfl. -, Molbourne-arrr8Z4O'a.in.-9.40-1010= 2.0 p~min.31.1L.10=6.10-9.17-1L15.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION "OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) Established, 1869. "INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMSS... £90000000 ANNUAL INCGOME UPWARDS OF ... .... £250,000 r; LDEn RATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS: '`LA E BONUSES. COMPLEIE SECURITY: Special Claims of the -National Mutual Life. '` -T l itOldest Hiclo)inan iftual Ofice. S2 It nzitrodticed the following" inportant features in the practice of Life Assuronce into the Colonies: I .-That no Memiber's Policy shall be allowed to lapse on account of the Non-payment of any Premium so long as it has a Surrender Value sufflicicnt to pay the Premium overdue. II.-That no TMembcr shall be compelled to pay a higher Premium on his Policy thanh that set opposite to his age in the Tabile of Ratces. II.-That the Age eof Members be taken as at nearest Birthday. .11.-Profits are dividcd'cvcry Three Yeanis. HEAn OFFICE: 1 Market Buildings, Collius-street West, Melbourne. ALEX. H YOUNG, Manager. Agent for Frankston--3aax BlRODY. Agent for Dromana...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

Bootmakers. ' Fralnksitoln' Boot , Warehouse. 1J REYNOLDS .& :C:;! 7 lHACTIC'AL BOOTMAKE.RS, PLA7NE STREET, FRANK N.TON. A LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladl '. and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes . alwaays on hand. Boots of all Descriptions mnule to Order Fit Guaranteed. Hanid Sewn Work i Spciaalty ' Repairs NSoatly Ezecuted.'" M:. ELBOURNE PRICES FLINDERS BOOT: SHOP. J. PULLINGr;, BOOT AND' ''SHOE MAKER Ready Madi Stock alwaysn Han' : n Aucetioneers and state Agent. AU C0TI ON S. C. J. FOXT& Co, Auctioneer, lanad " Estate; Agents." , J. F O X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Land, Furniture, Stock,e&c., &c., in any part of the Country, and gives his Personal Attention to all Business en trosted to him. ..; *. Agent for the Imperial Insurance Co. Rents and Debts Collected. C. J. EOX & Co. AiJUCTIONEER, Sc., . :BAT STREET, F RA N K S TON. T. -H -DAVEYH "ESTATE. AGENT. FRIANKSTON. 'BEGS to thank his ntuerous supporters ' :throughout the ...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 4th JANUARY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

- orninton rinda. . "Not timidly; nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IIORNING. T th JANUARY, 1890. HA OarT tinle ago the Treasurer an1d Premier Mr. D. Gillies favoured the coimniunity with a defence and ex planation of the tinancial affairs of the colony. This was no doubt given in reply to the many coninents that have recently nppeared in the iPress regard in g the financial affairs of the colony, ibut it is not often that a premier gives more information to his constituents regarding his administration than are to be found in his utterancmes in Parlia ent . Towardsn the close of last sessint it was felt byiv a portion of the communuity that there wasnanny things wanting to make the fiinmicial position of the colony uior jgr am t itoJjig ible. The different utteranees ttamt had been made in Parlianument, and by Mr. iillies himself, left the inmjpreussn on many minds that the boasted surplus, though niot altogether a mIyth, was not quite as rosy or bright as the picture had been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

A nlltllSellllnts. TO-N IGIHT TONIl I' The Popular London Letuirer iI.'a GEOBOGE : BIAIKLOOI Vill deliver his celebrated lecture LIGI[TS& SIAD1)ES OF LONDON r . Admission-One Shilling , SUNDAY EVENING it 8.30 p. i., Mr Bllaiklock will also conduct an United GOSPEL TEMPERANCE SERVICE. Admission-uFtrac. Collection. . PH1OM RA:1CING CLU1B MORDLLLOC. c J NEW:V YEAW S1 METNG SATURDAY, 4Tes JANUARY, 1810. (Weathler Peruiitting) SFirst race to start at Halfpatst Onc. HIDCic'r HiURLE R lacE, Of 100 soys S"eoad. horse to receive 10 sors. out of the stake. About one mile * five furlongs amnd a half. Tlhe winner df any Handicaip Hurdle Resin after the decliiisation of the 'weights to carry is penailty of 7lh. Acceptance, 1 sov.;(at scalei). Closed with 21 entries. .. cSuiiNo RACE, Of 100 sor s Five3 finrlons. Spccial weights-- 1 yrs.; 7st. Jlb.; i yrs.; bst 101.; 4, 5, i yrs aid aeged, 1st. 71b. usual allowance for nareds and geldings. Winner.to il c sold Tor:100 sovs* 7ilb .allowod fo...

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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.] THE FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROVMENT & DEBATING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

COJRRESPONJDENCE. ----+-- twe nee nlwslys ready to publish.correspondcace on nuatters 'of interest, but do not hold oerselves responsible for theopinosns expressed by our Csrreposndeuts.- Eo . s.S.1 THE FRANKSTON MUTUAL IMPROV MENT & DEBATING SOCIETY. To THou.EDIToa. SxR--My Xmasi vacationshaving come to an end, I hope imy conduct will not scent unkentlemanly when r inform ' Un derilientionod" that his reply- to;: my question, re the above-nuamIed society, is unsatisfactory. It is-not mayself alone, but the majority of .our fellow townsmen that desire an answer to ther questioni asked by mie through yrour columns, there fore I would miot deem myself justified in receiving " Undermn entioned's" -card and receiving private information, or, as he puts it, "enlightenment." Public grie vances require public redresses; so inter rogations on behalf of the pnblic demand an answer to which pulicity is, or maybe "Undermmentioned" ,states that the concerts, in question were initiated a...

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER VI CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

How the Poor Live. (Br Gi:on'G_ 1L li'st Autlr of )i gojiat a llails, &c.) CIruL'Vi-T VI CONTINUED. Thlce is a tlheory in the ichool;, andl it is lxirni(luit to .a certali eCxtent v fact. that 'snime of fthe yiOio't anil best lohiliing are the children iot girls who got the benelit of the Eluration Act liefore they welre too oldb, anl:wli in their youn'h mairriet life havrciape:l the. henclit' of thoe pIriniciples of cleanliness idl til tiic thrift hiclLh Bird 8thotil inculcates. The youngl! nothers are already i r.c1 ftri .al ul of the older ones ijit tis district; li ll thlL children iiiturally hl.ilifbit by it It siu it lie borne hi iiiini that the girls of this clet iiiiiarry or take mIate ait a very ealrly ai inI.ly of thr itI hl av tulle or _foot dldrui by thi tiiie they- lre hi enitý;:i sothat' they: aoivld' litre bt ii bro igh t iiiidter .tlie iiifueit . of thien present" ' El catioi Act TI.voung Iiii to live ii it bett ay thri a room; it is tider 'nid cleaner, there...

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HASTINGS REGATTA AND SHORE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

IHASTINGS REGATTA AND SIEORE SPORTS. _ r.e unni lr of pccrfpople assembled to celebrate their ainuial :Neir Year Sports oni the vacaiit -grounds near the jetty, but the uinfortunate boat aecident of the previoius evening had cast quite a gloom uponithecommunnity, and therefore they jijtre uot entered into with that jist " ý otherwise wouldl hazve been done. Howevr,thc ztagrisd cood feeling preiailed, apd at umoat e npyable day was upelntand the greatest lnterest was tat eq ijl ie 4jfferelt jtemns %hich' were Ito be potestled for. Thte coinm mittee of ilnagemiiieit are to b acon gratulated oin the very able manner iii whiici thiey- eiienducted the various. duties alloted them. The principal event of: the day was the £3( trophy. preseuted b$r G. C. Claison,'Fj, of Melbourne, to be divided-equally be tween the winners of the 1s, 2nd, and 3rd clanss boats. The day was not very favorable for rapid sailing "owing,to the absence of a breeze sufficient for the purpose. PIunictual to the adv...

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EPSOM RACING CLUB. FRIDAY, 27TH DECEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

EJ!SO.l IACUING CLUiB. ..FaniATO, 27II .I:UE s'IxE,71 889. Ther was ian excellent. attendnuce aitthe lcp'riu' RaIiciig .Club ' i eeting on Friday, when the rascing resulted: HUIIRDLE.RACE, Of 100 sors; second horse 10 sous. About one nmile and fve furlongs. T. Byrne's br g Restign, byAlbury-Queen of Heart, aged, list. s1b, (Gardner) 1 S. Floyd's hr h Rouge-et-Noir, yrs, 10os Ulh (King) 2 J. Griffin's bi h Leporellae aged, 10s . I d (Londonelly) ...I.. .. Betting-: to 1 agst Bosh or Leporello, 5 to I BResigi or Pandeljol, 7 to - Weather cock, 8 to l Wiigi Louis. 'Resign le1 pyvr tfl Ia ut hurdle, iai eventstally tpn ayly ii liengta and o hslf froma Roue-t-tNjr trpopello was an inidifferent thi;rd losi ftoarth, Tru canni fifth, Dandelion sixth, King Louis fell. 'liiio, iii,'4sep cs, MELLING RSOACE, Of 100 sos'. Speolal weights. Fire fur furlongs. T. Sampson's hi g Mitchell, by Glorious -Tilly,iyrs. st. U lb, £21 (Dundon) 1 J. B. Rennison's Witch of Endor, 4yrs. 7st 21b, nil (Finnegan)...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Dec. 28. SLAVEN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 4 January 1890

ENGLIISH TELEORAMSV (Frtom the Meelboune Papers.) LoNDsoNs, Dec. 2S. SLAVEN IN:ENGLAND. Numerous aid handsome coiitribu tions to thefundhilihhas becrioiiencl for the beneftit of Slavin i in consequence ofjthe brutal treatment he received in his recent fight with Smith, continue to be received dailiy. The Pelican Club las nmade aim offer to provide a sum of £1,000 to be boxed for by Slavin,the Aiistraliai-mchainpion, and Peter .T ickson, the 'coloured pub list. CLomox, Dec. 29. THE EX-EMPRESS OF BRAZIL DEAD. The ex-Empres -Theresa of: Blrazil died suddenly- yesterday afternoon at Olxorto of gout of tllhchard. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. IN. AMERICA. New~ has been received that-vester day a train travelling at a high ridte' of speed in the vicinity of Ohio siid lu left thile raily, in conseqicnce:of .the breaking of.the axle of one of the carri;ages. Ten persons were killedion the spot. amid ten others sustained serious ijurlies. LYNCHING IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Intelligence nhas been received here ...

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