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DROMANA [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

m'0X_4 :"L (FRoM OUR OWN CORRtBr·ONDFNT.) ' last ýLiiiiI:iyeici in"t tin, ]rozniuiiz Ljtejarv., fnhaititg oiinuicnee(dtlhe work of tlhe New Yer . IA lecture citzitic1 " Jehi ljuiglpi, typi deliycred lIv the ]Rev.' W.V iriride, presicleit of thle aisscociaitioln. IThei. t diti through (llt, prove(l to lid bit' vriltercetiii' and ipiatrtietive ope, iipd wi ?tI l4teoled to hI a very ailttclfive aiidiej)t, The, proceeds ere cuvrntac! k)1 tle fgl!!ds of the ;iiurp Inlfioiiiil beeja coiiipleted. to the ºift fa tjoll of the, Celnttai Ihua4l of IIelih, pernouu sioe hits hcei "iriv e ' flint` body to opeiithe additioiiu i The building at the pirtent thine i is oceiijiieiL lb our L'Presbyteriani friendii who are holding the b:aizar l imnetioined ioImIe tioe ago. In two or three ireeki 1 iiiderstaiid, thoe btlilditdi1 will hib ,forinlly- opened biy ;v iiileijf op- tujnic liiiiij1Ii euter thelu$ ilifjsicfiitnis gpi-u eM~rued here 'tjui Teo';t ra' iLderlq I 11101*, aim- d when (t llte will enahb...

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER VII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

How :the, Poor .Live. (BY GEORGOE. $ .S ixs:.,Author of. Onc.atýn!TVlrIICoý"r;s.Ma:i . Even at therisk.of being pronouniicd iptriotie, I hall; .thereftreo, uin-a .taii my toiite tioii that the grentexst .bldsi4ig'<if theilici` iS'tflit he1ii'i ?|i that iablekinstituiiinitf Wuhith ihi..liah-. inerl of all c?ssct .id ,ill crohli nmay'. rena+ullay bL r1011e 1 . .ickntlii , disnase, mid accident enter very largely into. the anials:'of the poor. Overcrowding and unsniitair' dwellings-all the gh:stly iirrounum inags of poor lift in a great city, Which I have attempted feahlv to describe inl this book--render the massai pecu liarly asucceptibloe to illness ill every shape anl d form. Epidellnic of soInI sort or other are rarely absent from the liporer districts, and mianm.lalftifl disca.ses and deforn4ljl(s afti. trams tiitted reguar ' firiniipareia o hii'd. To be soul ?f' ?imi a llal. we]l in le Iflt in thesoe. deis jbad elloW , u thie existcie" oi f ani. Invallid under. suchl ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

- NATIONAL MUTUM : LFE ASSOCIATIOI OFF Established, 1869. INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS... .. £900,000 ANNUAL INCOME UPWARDS OF .25... ---£20,000" MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS. LARGE BONUSES. . COMPLETE SECURITY.. Special Claims of the N'atonal Mutual Life: 1. It is te Oldest .ictorian .ltual OQice. ".r It" inrodsee ,he-follooing important features in the practice of Life Assurance into the Colonies : --..---IThsatno Member'-Policy-shall-be-allowed to-lappe on-account ofthe" ,o -paytpent of any Premium so long as it:hasaa Surrender Value sufficient to pay the Premium overdue. II.--That no Member shall be compelled to pay.a higherPremium on his S -Polic "athbat set opposite to his age m thetTmble of Rates. -II--That'tne fe .of3tembers be taken as at nearest'Biithday. IV.--Profits are diviled every Three Years. .... ,, HiE?J OFFICE: 1 Market Buildings,'Collins- stret Wes',elbourne. ALEX. U. YOUNG, Manager. ! Agent for Frankston-MaSK BRODY. Agent for Dromana--H. W. WILSon. Everyo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

Bootmakers. FrankstonU Boot Warehouse.! R, EYNOLDS:& CO, PRACT.ICA:L ;BOOTMAK"ERS , ,"PLAT\£ STrEET , FISIAaKSTON.' LAR El and 'saried Stock of Ladies' ad G ntl*nen's Boots and Shoes adways; on hand.. "..Boots bf dll 'De`crilptions mide to Order.. Hand Sown Work a Specialty. : Repairs Neatly Executed. M,' ELBOURNE. PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J PULLING' B .1OOT A,) ' SHOE MAKER.: Ready Made Stock: always on Hand. ;-1 lietioneers and Estate Agents. AUC TI ON S. C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer nd , . Estatc Agen ts. . FX .Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Laind;Furnituire, Stock, &c., &e., in any.part of the Country, and gives his Personal Attention to all ; Business en trusted to hin. .. SAg;ent for thd Imiperial Insu mnce Co. ::Rents and Debts Collected. C. J. FOX & Co., • AUCTIONEER, &c.,; BAr STREFT, FRANKSTON. : T H. DAVEY; - B EGS to thank his niunerous supporters throughout the County of Morning ton and elsewhere for the...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rushly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 11th JANUARY. 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

*-Not ti, idly,.?? o n " . ly. .: - PUBLISHED ' "EVERY" ATU A Yj MORNING; Now that the typhoid fever season is upon Ius with all its horriora it. is well that the piibliic shoiuld he full-i aware with the many. d:anger.s iwith, which they are surroulide.d 'By vit il. sta tisatics that have just beiel been pub lished we 1fitl' that fo r the wcki end. ing N4aturdaiy last tlhere we 1i]:3!'2 cases, 12 of which 'pin'irelf: ftill repr'lied to the Cientrial Iillld of Health. This is aI disease that the mnedital faculty and those authoritioe who alre! ial nlslot of speinkina, on i;ch niatterk Iave fre cluently asserted is a standing disgrace to ai'V' ilyiz"d i.'e;oiiiiiiilitv, ailnd directly traceable to the neglect of proper sanitary hiws. 'it is a lisease to which all the centres, of population are peculiaiy liablde, ibut strange to say very little hi ts beel dclrae to lessen its death deainig rlr.ge. elteV 1ºj';the Governmllet or ly tei tI ? ,'ci 'i.il4ti f es# and the dreadful, apathy w...

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THE BAY FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

T'L.E .BA . FISHERIES. Thei Coiniiiisnio'er of, 'Cusintomiihas reieii'ed wpoiiit f?om' .: Cnptai Anderson Lchief insjiector of fisherii:s relative to ihsheries i iiaiid airound HIl?wbni'S Ba'aiidadthe ihoianbler Of ined, therini. At Moirdiallc thele'iar' 14 boats, and 20 inie fishingi with seines, set nets aiid haild lillei. :r All tonipimii of the seinitv f..ti hs h. t Calrrin Crbok there 1iro1 0 io ats i2 they flhh with so?ie ints" AI'??Frainks toil there ia e I5 boats and 20 men, who also fish with seines, sets and ihandl lines.:' There are four belitsi and seven "iiienv: ata Moidiiligton, whose' method of fishing is by seine nets.' There were five boats belonging to Portarlingtoin.lso limshig in this dis tiiet at the tiiidc of'Captaii Andirson's visit, and the nieni prefer remaining in and near Mornington by reason 1f better facilities for gettilg their tfs'h to imarkeor' br:iiiil:': Thýir i uode'" of fish iiijis-.by, arge fleets of sot neor,. and thei aipplilances iare niade su...

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DISASTROUS FIRE AT MORNINGTON TWO SHOPS BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

DISASTROUS FIRE, AT MORNINGTON i TWO SHOPS BURNT., On Thursday evening a fire took place in'Main-street, causing the total :destruc tion of a shop occupied by' Mr C. T. Stone, and one adjoining lately occupied by Messrs Phillip Bros., tailers, who had for tunately removed two days previously, and which were, we understand, at the time of fire unoccupied. The fire originated in Mr Stoine's smaddlers shop, who wasliving on the premises.: Betweean half-past six and a quater to seven in the evening Mr Stone left the premises in. apparent safety, for the purpose of visiting his washerwoman, who.lived-some Ilittle distance fromu'his shop.' Before leaving his brother took: tihe precaution to throw water on the small remnant of fire remaining in the fireplace, and to iall ."appeara.nce extinguished it. However sh?ortly 'afteic Mr Stone toolk his departure the place was discovered to be in flames. The buildings were of a most frngile and inflamunable ..tnture, Itaving formerly be?n used by t...

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EPSON RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

EPSOM .RAC.YG OLUB. The racing fixture on Saturday was on Mr .T. 8. Jenkin's course at Epsoen, when there was a fairly good atteit dance, it being noticeable that thi?e were i ore ladies prescnt than usual. The ,weather was perfect, and the afternoon proved a highly enjoyable one, despite the circumstanuco that -as a result of a great deal of :'racing dur ing the preceding fortnight, the fields of horses were not large. -;. The following is a complete pro grmmiiin of the winning: HUBDLE RACE, Of 100 sovs; second" 10 sovs. About one : ile five furlongs and a half. W. A. Wilson's bl g Sluggard, by Wild Eagle, aged, 12st 41b. (Burke) ... 1 R. Barrow's b h Aristides, aged, 12st 21b (Atkinson) . .. 2 J. Emery's br g Grand Court, aged, list 61b (Burton)... ... 3 Six started. Betting:, 6 .to 4 agat Rouge-et-Noir, 4 to 1 agst Sluggard, 7 :to 1 agat any other. " . Atkinson, the rider of Aristides, was called before the stewards, and aifter an inquiry into his riding, the ·ockey "who is also ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

ADVERTISE *¶Xwulustoa Stimri.'?~ P NT~rf nd P bused at Frank ton, sA ba atoeitýfthe FeniRpeula.: TE DE IES 1E "ALL CHAMPION . COMPETITIONI OF THEVITOR E ý.,WHO LE , W VU LD. : L i SWORLD. The 0 HORNSBBY, Won 34 FIR ST Pnt Riz N AUSTRALIA AONE DURING THiE ": SEASON '?-$,. AND PDoI'ED TI PUKItcI CO,? r-nT : N ST DTht1)YIIF~g TEST, TO ir c II1 IGT?NrT D+HAUGCHT .IiDER IN THE WVOIOLD.t .460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE LAST SEA-. SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY, . lhe 1888 irinae,. ix Loter i ilHeight, Liylghter in h "eiylt, Lighter n I)rt Dralagt Ithan etel,. Large Stocks 'of Duplicates will' be held in all the Important Districte in the Colony. Paragon and Enclosed Gear. , MOWERS & REAPERS THE SPECIAL TWINE & SUPERIOR OIL, WORLD _z. (.. : Os"TR , RNO WSED Machinery Merchant and Importer,RE , 208 & 210 LATROBE ST. WESTI- •IRI.SBY IS ERTAIN DEATE TO AL ZITSzrOT 'STS whilat it I perfoctly XARXE.LSt to OD?E?IDN anA ANhLALS. It is invaluable for protecting ROS...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

·o7rovr oýgg (B;rz • COu• : The ordinary nieu?tjg iof thie. leohl cil was held on iaturdoy last, ThIlle were piurset1 'Crs..':Irirne (in lthe chair, Peddle,l' Fox, damtas, .iouter, Sawieir and Thtrncll.-. MINUTES ,¶Thc inained of th?i'reoi:ui sh meet ing were reaid and. conl. . C:o;:: :: ni?si; DECE From the Cnrabourne Shire Coun ci re' iirocel to tothe Boundary i' b le 'een ie .Langwairrini at?itiHj q' ."lelLan,?:ja'i, estatp, ,ll' alsl, agreeiig to, contritaite 430 tiwaii work.-Received. Froin tlohe hiire of DUndenojig re coaference of delelgaes for the Water Trust scheme; forwarding a resoli tion passed by that council, and aask ing that e:ch shire be requestedl to de 6; tije t, water T uB,'ut auit ,yjthin its iturst, nq'J itlso ztating that tile cost of -ure ap! citionet not to exlced £100. Fro . H H. Ifay er, gr.elinegt St ytint, forwardiug dpueamclltf r iPl= atructions to colleetoircs. books of agri. cultural, schedule of lirivate schools, schedules for factories, etc., collec...

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DEATH OF T.O. MARTIN, ESQ., PRESIDENT OF THE FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

DEATH OF. T.O. MARTIN, ESQ., PRESI DENT OF !THE' FLINDERS AND     KANGERONG SHIRE.   It is with great regret that we record the death of the above-named gentleman who   died on Tuesday last during a visit to the metropolis. We were unable to learn the   nature of the complaint to which he suc cumbed but we believe it was of short duration and unexpected, although he had attained the ripe age of 70 years. Mr. Martin had been a resident of the district for upwards of 3o years and was greatly respected throughout the entire com munity, and general regret is expressed at his demise. The body was brought by the S.S. Coogee to Dromana on Wednesday and   was conveyed to his late residence at Flinders. The funeral took place on Thursday and was attended by the coun cillors for the shire and a large number of friends. The Rev McBride performed the funeral obsequies.

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MENTONE RACES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

TUESDAY, J.LUAR1 1:i A meeting was held this afternoon at Mncitone. -The attendance was but, moderate. The: nicing was fairly good, and iakei :with tihe fiae weaither, an enjoyable day diwas spent. The results arc suljoined.: sELLING HURDLE RACE, Of 50 sors. For poni:s 14 hands. Special weights. Winner to be sold for 40 sovs. About one mile and a half. RH T. Moore's br g MasterGus, aged, nil Slott (Carey)... 1 C. E?ding' ui ManM?ii, Syrs, iiil, list Illb (Fallon).... ...... ... 2 J. E. Tinsley's bl in Elizabeth Ann, aged, nil, l0st21h (Blair)... ... 3 Betting : Even money Master Gus,- 5 to 4 Elizabeth Ann, 2 to 1 MLmamm...'. TRIAL STAKES, Of 40 sovs. Special weights. Five fur longs and a quarter. E. Kelly ns br g Pretender, 5 yrs, 7st 21b (Myers) .. ... 1 C. W. Henshall's hl mare Allhan, 5 yrs * 7t 41b. (Griffiths) ... .. ... 2 S. Miller's h f Ole, 2 yrs, ist 2lb (Holmes) .. ... a Betting: 5 to 4 Olc:t, to 2 Pretender, Sto 1 others. JANUARY iHANDICAP, Of 50" soes. Five, furlongs. • ...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JAN, 4, 1890. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 11 January 1890

JFLL DERS AND XALNGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. ~-4-- S.rTUini , JA, 4, A OO. Present: Crs Downward, Brown, lulairs, St:ualey and Pattersont. In the labneee of the President, r Downward, \-vas elected cihuirinniii.. •. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read coiifirmed, as were those of the ordinary meeting, on. the miotion of. Crs Brown and Stanley. (.r (i.ajli erL toph.kis sepf if was iigeeod top support the imPnii lationil .f r Doinw'ard. as a repre s"entativo for -~Elatern Group, -on' Central Boanrd of 'Helth. - CORRESPO, DENCE. From Governnent Statist, .forward ing". forms for uuals statistis.-Re SNme re daniries on fi?rmi,'e ceited. From Lands Department, forward ll al'dK Ile" ?.|r~enj; .agreiiig Wanmeune.=ReBeivced. 1 ri m Ho. ine" Jai esrvice, 3I.L.C., .iimiito,- coimplaining of drift sand ihear his residence, Constitutioir Hill. ": ?-?,Rieer 't report, :~~l;;-·',?:" -{.. -.. :. .,-. From Hoil. G. Coppin,. ML.C., Sorrento; asking for permission to re move clay from Hothiam Hi...

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OUR ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

OUR A' DYlf'l'IIsERi.' DIRECTORY. -AucriONrnls & BEsarrn' AGrNTS- Bullini?., Poinit.Neplean ird, Morniingtoll SCrosskell, I.ithhie & Co, Frankston SDaiicy T. TH., Frankston Pox C. J. & Co, Bay st, Frankston BAKEO 'Box J. )D., Bay st, Frankston BLAC3KSMITIIS & CoacnnuiLDERs Alston W., lain st, Mornington Cameroi .1., Bay st. Frankston iGambhle II., Pl':ayn st, Frankston tANK i' The Colonial ]ank of Austlralasia, r lFrankstonl and1 M llrinigton Corporotion Baths, Frankston. Montone Baths, il'entone BOOTMAKERS- . Corcy T., Meitone P1aralde, Montone Grifliths E., B1iy st, Frankston Pulling J., Flindcrs D eynolds J. & Co.a Plavne st, Franksteo BI'ICKMAK'n-I Glew & Hill, Frankston BUTCHERS Coxall E., Bay st, Frankston Ferrier T. W.V B.y st P'Friankston CAmutInh-' "Steplhen J., 1'layne it, Frinklsto : M axwell .,. W., M1entonea lticimond A., Bay st, Fra ikston CoreIwX'ronsRIS . : ! Clift & Wa lker, Frankston .. SPaynil'F:E,; Frnkatn ....

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ACCIDENT AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

SACCIDENT AT IiSTtNCGW. a cid ;iccileiit of at vere useriiiu losseaiuri whlieli is likelyjtii cnd fatl~ly, Ialecnil)Vi, to a cirpeiintcr miuniedl .1 ni islt emi jilo-"i ti (01te. line~. It appears1 loat the injuhiied iliohn wan (e0gaged iii shif ting ai weat herbuoard uiottuge from olii 1phirt if tlhi lilne lo ijiot lieu. .1iiit before thle arr'lival of the 4.50 goodsI tra ii fiomi I?rauiii kt i. lie crossuedl the lihe iuoiii the goods-sihiels lo tfh Ifl;ist iligis sutitioin side for the puoroe of puihrcuiiig uat;itc o li ae ,lis teu. 1n1 Whii liei wasi riirning hue Ihua huhpollCfuh ftihe ibuF(tuiiii la iiin oil the 11i1e befoirie lie peiL eirvel tlhe trail Cliose upon1 im. and iiiunh his iig Ili en c oFhuiaiuul-iiiiteuithfut fin lii c g ine re~j Stride aid getting lemi it thfle riulhu, hzIi ]ru ti:l l ti h fle juliatthiiu rru uuiuuluhiig iss clome as le couiid, whiiichi was of no Ui l, as lie uras thirowin unider the list cariuriagei , the wheeils of whuleh passed over botli of hii...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

Prliamnout has hIbeen further pro roguned froml the 12tl .Th an, t the 4thl iEarch. Commainemlloration ])av, the 27th inst., has been gazetted a public holi day throughout the colonies. 'Theo yol)mg npin T.ones, who was arrested at SUez for steajinig l (N)00, the property of the Empire Buildilig Society, has been conllnitted for trial; Fresh discoveries haveleeen recently IilidO iin the- faml!loulls ont [Morgait minei Fro?rl the slllt Vreent assays thie splendid yeild of from lio,s lildwlt to 9os, 74lti 1lgir?s of gold per toll has licen obtained. A lirge shalrk was recently eaptured at Towniville, a wl.hen opened was found to contain portions of ia mn:'s legs, it is believed that thse are parts of Captihi Fowler, who disappeaired on Christma s Eve, DuLnirol thie I pat 10 yeamrJs ninety'. two and nhadlf millions of rabbit wkils, valled at over £??0 0100, .hlive beeon exported firn New Zealand, alnd there are some left there still. The liciiemployed.l agitatioin - 'at Sydei. is becom...

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SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

SELEOX:PZROETL'RYO --+---T Mainy yearsa a the following .lin es appeared iii the Wee'ly Age.e Thinking they nrty be interestiii" to our readers we reprint theizi: iteA 5n's n iitan,'' says Robert Burns, "'For it' that and a' that; But thougli tlie, song lie clear and strong It lacks it'noti Efor,a'.that... - The ldolt that shirks his daily work, . .Yut claits his wage and at'. that; Or beg When he iighit earn his bread, Is not a mian for a' that., If all ivhlo dine on honest freo Were true and brae and a' tllhat, And none whose garb is lodden grey, Was fool and knavre ad it' that. The vice anud crime that shiune our time o . oiuld fade aind fail and a' that; And ploughlien hle s good as kiing's, And churls as earls' and a', that. You sere on bri wny..blustering sot,. : .. Who s a"gge"rs, swears, and a'lthatl And thinks because his strong righlt itrl Mlight fell an ox and a' that. Tlhit-he's as noble; man for iman, As duke or earl 'and a' thatt; He's but a brute beyond dispuito, And ...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

o >> JIA. STINGS. (Foair ocr oiva CoInREsI'oNaJar.) . After the hoidays the stern reallities of lifu' return, ltud doeath l|has been brought lleore us withit aslidllh shlock. For the first time hi the history of HIastings we have hald two deaths within two days. The first to s.UCouilh was Miss E. Oldfield a near residentl of Mornington, who camle over here to pass the christilas holidaivs with somle friends and after a Ibrief illness, passed f away unlliversally. regretteLl yh her friends. The next' to follow along the valley of the shadow of leath was .Tollhn elison, olne of the obllest residents of Itastings, who after ia ver'o brief illness, died oni Tuesday iast, his quiet nlassnading iuniier iiid wonII hi imany friends anlllollgst those to whoml hlie was known, The continued absence of our mediial - mina hias caused considerable inconvenience in the llibove eases of illness aindl a variety of reasons are given for his absence at this juncture. Visitors to Ilastings this y...

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EPSOM RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

E"PS~O. ILI.CLTNC CL 7713. -4--- Tihe following arc tile- Iiiiilin:itaii. for the meeting of the Epsoio! "_re Club, o talke place o(i :1iiida;, 2 Ith DCixittlxox llcixu:WA . Firi'ive ]u lttigan a-at. Rlcdtruic . Christophier" Anairchiv-.. Alhhtit oddi~t Alsphiouhci ;" Quaill Decrision Ladytli :Roo~cber\ Curuaueaii T1he L'orsakcit ." .hluoiiii . Detcept ice Rebellionl :' Dr livtii ion e ijliu 11tic Siiequenc 1hu.itrteitio S lisb'i CIha;irmier i~-drii i. ] lln lu F Vetcitj llcr S.aphirei rom; ihii rator ~:llcetot" O. F.811v Witch oF:ii1 dor :Alexaindra . W.\ (-'. Vi.I (fhidaojit Sijiiiirc Sit~tx I)r ion Tre ulog. I ilnia, oh i lieldt ii T(e iita Red 'iose (h1 iWit Q u k L ig h i rhit el n i i T u d o r Qitiiicr:: 13inti Chster: i. Resign- 'a i II Atcuic.u One Yile Tu p inemi;H .iai .., ..;:.i. K. glit iii hit(;aut iIiortcnenuu I Muicr. Tpll BMxxiuu'u - (in;utiet -''4 iihtoiii iii: ]hfic .Trades uiiunbo l3ui~eniiiuc .StR Johit Meti. t inliIiiii tt:iti- Hi Ii (Tenerdº1 Surdueld. hid 'x-...

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MENTONE. SKATING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

SKATING CARNIVAL. (Faox OUR OWN COBRBEPONDENT.) I'The skatinlg rink at Menltone, which ihas bIoeell losed for somie time past, Wasi ro.opOenCe on Wednesday: oveonig Ilast ulnder the miiot fa vorliblo anllpices, the floor being well filled with skalters froi all parts of thie district.' The most : oticable. amnolgst the' akatersi were -Miiter and M[iss Grey, wlh iflap "peared is 'Lockey" cid"fairy." Both these younlg meople .were greatly ad lmired for their attraletive appiiearance, as well as their~:graceful skatilg.' The pi-ltlh Ilrighton Brass Banld, inlder the leder.lili of gfr fir Hallt-er, were pnreset, playiyng several pieees 4nri g the evemning, .Skamting was kept up lith unablilted vigor until 10 o'clocl, whea the floor was cleared fior dancing. Mrs Lathain presiding lit the piano. for the dances in a Imost efficient Ilmannler. ACCIDENT AT MENTONE. On Thursday afternoona young man iumnied McGrotly, who was cartinll coal froml the station to the Coffee Palaice, while unloadin...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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