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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

HASTING&. (Fo31 OUR OWN COaRESPONDENT.) A public meeting will be held in the Reading Room on Saturday evening, 15th inst., at 8 o'clock, foi the purpose of clccting two trustees for the above Institute. It is intended to enlarge the Hall, and, also re-paint and varnish the interior. There has been a pleasant clihange in the weather during the past few days. We have 'hail :a refreshling shower, which has laid.. the dust foir the present. The B:ass cricketcrs weor to have played our club here oni Saturday last, but failed to put ini an appearance, thereby causing a great deal of dis satisfaction. It is a pity that after considerAble trouble had been gone to for the purpose of meeting Ithe wishes of the Bass Imen, they should fail to turn up, not even giving an excuse for their absence. There has been some very severe bush fires in the locality lately. Cootna, on the Portsmouth Estate, being comn pletely cleared of the grass that was lately growing so luxuriait upon it. Other p...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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MENTONE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

M(E NTOEO RA I. NG CL;TB There .was a fair attendance at the meeting of the M?entone Racing Club on Thursday. flThe following were the results:-. SELLING HUR(LE RACE. Of "50 sovs. .For p mnies 14 hands. About one mile and a hlf. - Lynette ... ' .;. ...... 1 Wallace ... ... ... .... 2 3:mtla ... .... ... 3 Winner sold for 4o sor. TRIAL STAKES. Of 40 soes. Special weights. Five furlongs and 20 yards. - Jessinal .. . ... ... 1 3yra .. ... ... 2 Drillield. ... ... .. ... .Winner 3 to 1. HAsTixsas 1hANDICAr. Of 50 sors. Five furlongs. Christopher ... ... ... 1 Alexandra .... .... ... 2 Sanlbour .... ... .... Winner 3 to 1. RETREAT HAVDICAP. Of .35 sors, fr 'ponies 13: hands. Five farlongs and twenty yards. Ruby ... ... • ... ... 1 Vixen . ... ... ... ... 2 Mooanee Valley ... ... ... 3 S DISPOSAL STAKES. Of 125 sors. Winner to be sold for 100 sors. Five furlongs. Squire ... . ... 1 Orond ... ... .... Christopher .... ... Winner sold for 14. sors. ViCTORIA HHNDICAP. Of 35 sors, for ponies ...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

(?uIwM oua ows Coga .:sOnaorut .) Our loncal volunteer' force is in creasilg in iuuimbers, several reeruits ieing sworn in weekly-, and under the iistruction of Serge:iant Rlevnolds, are niaking considerable iltproveiment. lThey journeyed to Wrillia.mstoi-n for the first time on Satiurdayl last, to try their dextority in target Practico, and considering it w'rs.? thei' first trial, made some vCry good shots, some of them scoring as high as 3 points. We1 are advancing in the way of buildings, Mr Mcllay's boarding liouse being nearly comipleted which will. when complleted, remedy a disadvani - tage that hlis long been felt. Mr Mark Thlornell is also huildiiig a neas little brick shop ind villa near the railway station. The dry weather, with heavr winuds, are disasterously affecting the fruit trees. Large quantitiies beiigblowoff, some of which will be of little use for arket, beitig late va:irieties. lit is also retairding buddiig. operations, as the yonng trees hare to be waterctl hl...

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BAXTER'S FLAT RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

BAXTER'S FLAT RA CING CLLUB. ----+- ANNUAL MEETING. The abore meecting was held yester dav., and was observed as a Bank H oliday throughout the shire, the princip'al Iliiess plhices also closing and the dIay was generally observed as a holiday. A large number of people assemubled on the ground and every thing passed off sa~tisfaetorily. Ap) pended ,is a complete programunue of the winners. SuoTrr's HANDIcAr. Of 20 sors. Five Furlongs. C. Krushka's Affectionate ... 1 J. W. Jones' Sketchler ... ... 2 J. B. Rennison's Witch of Endor 3 Eight started. Good finish. SHIRE PURSE HANDICAP', Of 15 sors. One mile. D. Hanu's Saved ... ... ... I =J. O'Neill's Vain Hope .. ... C. Krnshka's Young Horatio ... S Four started. Srlir.i.iG HoIsers RACE. Of 25 sors. One mile and a half. .1. & R. Lhoky's Rurdekin ... 1 Therewastwo starters, lut Cruickshank's Resign refused to take the hurdle, leaving the field entirely to llurdokin, The winner was bought in by the owner for .4s?0. HAxuDcAPs' Post...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

LOCIAL MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday.-Joseph Clarke and Co., report. A very large supply of dairy cattle. Good cows with calves at foot found ready sale at prices varying from £1! to £12 ; med ium qualities £4 10I to £7; store cattle, on account of present drought, are dilfficult of sale. Pigs and calves were represelited by a good supply, )but we cannot report any improvement in prices. Tuesday: Howard and Scott report: Dairy cattle; we have to report the heaviest supply ever yarded in. Dandenog, the bulk of thenm being inferior to medium qtulity. Really good cows sold fairly well, others being dlull at a decided decline, a large number being unsold. Dry cows and young stock dull rt sale. Pigs ; No' baconors penned. Plarker ; A fair supply in, which sold at very low rates owing to the weather. Stores and suckers; Very few in and dull of sale. Calves; A fair number in which quitted at fair rates. W~e also report holding a clearing asle on account of Mr C. MIcRle, Pakenhuna, dli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

k ADVERTISE Iathe Standard." and Published at Frankstou, P thInterest of the 'euinsula. DEFIES - THE ALL mCHMPIO COMPETITION. 'OF THE ITS VICTORIES EXTEND OVE1 i TnU3 WHOLE WORLD. WORLD. The IORNSBY Won 34 FIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON ee18878, A"O Pot'; ED IS Posrw COMWrITION ATr ,EnLSosL 1tr ])lsl0'Eoir, TE8T, TO M5. TIO 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE, LAST SEA S SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY. The 1888 BInidep is Loc el. in lIgqht, Lightep in, WleiJghtt, ilit/c,' in, Di-augiht than.i eve . . Larig Stocks of Duplicatcs will bo held in all tlo I.lportant Districts in thle Colony. aragon ani Enclosed Gear, M i MOWERS & REAPERS THE SPECIAL TWINE & SUPERIOR OIL. WORLD r. G. FOSTER, RENOWNED Machincry Merchant and Importer, 208 & 210 LATROBE ST. WEST, HO NSBY. ELEBOUBNE O N S. IZS C? TAIN DE.TE TO ALL lNSEOT PESTS wbhist it is porfootly HARM LESS to EIO LDR EN and4 AZNIM LS. It is invaluablo for protooting ROSE TRE.S from tho ravages...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

PHILLIP ISLAND AND; WOOLAMAI. Meeta at Grantville the Saturday nearest . full moon. . PRESIDENT : Wm. Harbison, J.P. COUNCILLORS: Island Riding-W. Harbison, J.P., T. McFee, J.P., John West. Woolamai Riding--J. Daly, P. Anderson, James Hoddinott, J.P. Corinella Riding-J. C. Tullock, James . Clarke, J.P., S. Keys. SECRETARY, CLERK OF WORKS, &C.: H. Bonwick, Sam. Remo. SCouncillors retire in the order in which r their names are printed. The first retir "ag in August next year and on each suc seeding year.,

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GUN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

GUY ,LCC!IDEVT On Mondav Inorning Mji-W faly1, :.on of [MrDdl gill; [roccr of Iordialloc, iet = with ?'rhht might ::hirel beeni: ia seriou, 2iiCid(litH: e :';I~:talked i far 4 Cas-rruini to have al'.ittle shootiii. and lit the first` shot the :niii buist, breaking'?thefmrefrfgeii'q of hixirigi bind. Mr Dyall hiad his finger dressed anud expects in a few day s to resume business

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CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

1 .i:ls . L'. [cntoue 1 t waui al:aretat ]'Xtukaton on iSaturday last, tu4d resultcd iiw a wits for the visitors, the: Sciirca sttinidiiig as foliow$s 3fcititoc; 160;i ,;lok'too, 7 ieikcfke forx: i The top scorcrs for: a Cnettou en wero .1. Roberts, S W; . Roberts. 1_). raniiskxtou, ESangdell;,i, iinot; out, andl ~uKeiso, T Cimbousue ii Sueu ieiv 'CTici snattch *is i : iaiiioriins.io ýwtturd iy I et4 iossuItnbir'tt :sa wint fow,; ~otmci~I~oin te rnin lie aros~e;:' \ Le ' ,`follo ws -Somcrruile ills;76 Ci nbourne;:71. `:The lithest score; we rc uminade,: by. Taiylor, 20j ,anul G..: Gxr3iiit ;' l7 for 8ootersis,' and. f r'' Craisbournie, w: Lccckt and Buckley with 23 and 12 eklcy,,

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WATER BORING AT MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

W\ATER B1O.RING+ Al' MO1D.1. A:LLOC. ------ At the M'-oorabbinl council Imeeting, held oin Mondiay- night, at report was. tabledl showing the progress Illild inl the boring operations for walter at Mordialloc. At a depth of 191 fcet water was struck, which brought up a sulpply of fully 27000 gallons per hour, the luality being exceptiontally clear and without any signs of brack islhness, The forlemllll of the works attended, and intillmated that the temperature was 61 degrees, andilll the suiipply was without dloubt inexhauu table. Tlhle cost up to the pr1'scnt imonth was £5?i0. Cr 3MeSwain, ill peaking oll the Illatter, said the report oil the supply was inisleadiug, inaslullllch as several bores bali been put; down before, and this time the s;lame water struck. lle .would insist oil goilg still further, believiiig that a better sullpply could be obltained. In relply tlhe, foremaun siid this was illcorroct; the miaclilnery previously used.l could lnot possilblh pelnetrate through t...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE ABERSYCHAN COLLIERY EXPLOSION. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE. Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS: (From the Melbourne Papers.) - TILE ABERSYCHAN COLLIERY EX PLOSION. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE. F]el 7. Tile operations for the rescue of the miners entombed in the Abersvchan colliery, near N-ewport, M3olnloutlh shire, through the 'explosion of fire damp, continue to be vigorously con ducted Up to the present the dead bodies of 160 miners have been brought out to the surface. THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. ALLPRESS REMANDED TO MEL BOURNE. Feb 8. At the Bow street police court this morning Charles Rivers Allpress, the abscondiug accountant of the CoIling wood rnllch of the Commercial Bank of Australia, appeared on remland. The prisoner was iundefended, and made no objection to his being at once remaunded to Mtelbourne without waitilng the arrival of a police olfficeir from that city, who would formally establish his identity. Hie • would accordingly be sent to; Melbourne in tie custody of an English detective officer. A PUGLISTIC ENCOUNTER. JEI MACE IV MITCHELL. Feb S. A...

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

tO )Ay 9 MlTCI UK j~IIank':tou 'II j tt9 . l folot '(M DIer, Kc1w ;(_'))Boax ('i) CS iiigcll; J3et~tie,'ff

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MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

tILYUTE5 The intutes of the-previous meet nl wevreiread nid *onfirmed COII{?ESPONDENCE. ýC. Froi Imnpector of Live Stock, etc, iskuiiig forct urns. To be iiformned that tihe Counitil halid.o rbeliable ielais of givingthb desired iiforlination''Thev were thought to be 'the s?inie ?n"lst ..oi. Lands Departmienrtforwarding wvoihersi for .signati'reM for paymentt of ~l125, part pa:yntenitof coit of road, &ci: at Trran. Cr. ?air inoveed ?.tint a formal na count demanlldiig the fulilienlltof the proiiised palntent of one half be mnade. ihat; thl, secretary.: infoirm the Sec-. retary for Luids' that the ,Council claim haltf the laiid oil the ioad to Tul:iti, and. thiat fencing° ,i" i ineces uary part of( the cost. Seconded. by Cr Stanley and carrited 'rom01 the Minister" of TLands 're danger likely to arise through bush fires;, and atskinlg tliit' Lrecautioiatry ieasulres lbe takenl. Received. SFront Lands Depaiitnienti informing the Council that th? 17it ilnst hadl ben. appointed ...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

.LI7t/ DERS AD IKIAirGERONXC ,SZR'E COUNCIL. SATURDAY FEBRUAMY 58, 1890. hlei aboric0 Cqoioil Imet it 1'iardet's HIotel, Iro;iiun;, wlicithe :followinig genitleinen were present::'--Cr Cain, J)oeviiiwird, Griffiths, 'ahirs,' lBaldry. ?.ldcronl, Sti loy, Pattersoti' * and E?I LCTIO , OF. 'l IES DENT. Cr Giilitli; stated that theiri fi?'st lIisiiiess was the electioii':pt .: !arisi ildet iit the ll ide :if thei latte Presii deiit, O. ¶ Mfai tin; ho hiad,' hdrefore, reat ,:leasupo in ilinomi-i atnillg C r Dod~iiward is Piresideit for .the rc6iiaiideor oft the - terii.=COr Stanley secollded. the noininltioin';'' Cr 3Baldir nsaid it iiiht seem rithcr ouit, otf llace forI liiin :.to Oipose .the ,oiniliitiou inionly havinig just-clitered the Couincilh liulie tliight ftit itthlie .late .Presidelit haiv'ing beeni ilimeinhei, fortite. Celnial-l idi ,:':tl hie?hdior shiould fall to eoiieof the Central Ridi inig Councillors fo' the ? oiiiidoi~ l itf iioiiiiittiC it'ei ; Ci Cr'Gilthi, decliied t...

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MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

M3ELBOURNE TO" FEANKSTON SUNDAYS. Melbourne, dep.-10 a.m.-12.40 p.m.-2.1.5 .-6.0-9.0. Frankston, arr.-11.20 a.m.-2.0 p.m. 3.35-7.20-10.20. SFRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE SUNDAYS. frankston, dep.-.25 a.m.-12.20 p.m. 2.18-4.5-8.5. Melbourne, arr.-10.43 a.m.-1.40 p.m. *.38-5.2.3-9.20.

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

oi'',dised: starch has been recommen ded has a substitute for iodoforin, oil the :groituid that i?doforni owes -its piowier to the iodinl given. off from it. InI severe paroxysmns of coughing one or two tablespoonfuls of pure glycerime iii pure whisky. or hot rich creamc have been found to afford alniost iiimnediato relief. ,Turklish geraiiiumi-oil-pulmluarosa oil?iuoore pioperly called iindiloogon oil is. said to be submitted to ii special tireatment to renderr it 'sititable for iUse iin ldulteiating oil of rose. It-is blelchedl in the, sun and rectifite secieral times over rose-leaves. Silver-plating solution Dissolve in ai pint of distilled water lifty grains of silvan i itriite :lid eight and a half ounces of potissiuml iodide. Employ a currentof moderate streingth. Vlhe a sufliciently thick deposit his been obtaineid, washl tihe objcl t with a'solli tion of pottssiin iodlide in wiater (1 :), thein with pure water, anl burnlish. A. 'ery, g'ood illmitation . Of black wahint lla, ...

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SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

F- L r L i I ETRT The followingpoe does notiappar In any of Mr Browning's tblished w6rks, bitt is to he fo~und in at collection of "Balliol Songs° privately printed somie two or tliree years ago. The music for it was written byMir John Fiarmer, organist, of Balloil College- Leader. HEROES: Thionginfthroiugh the clouid iift, whose : tie they, tahe fices Fainti; revealed, yet? suire divinsd the fiaitous ones of old ? .Whatl?,." thoey ub ole naeiits,:: our -- id s, so sooou eiages Tm its i upon his table 'whero Life's. dlory liss enrolled Was it foi tmere fool's phlaiyiak beHleve, and ` unnuing o wooi' b ittld :itlrke ioen 'not, boy lake, taiked aind whined Each of is isarid clang God's '('Cono ! ean Slnieiwas comning: Soldiers'hll:to forward face, not sneaks SHodt :' P~4 lp field' tols otunn? 'Tat ;" ncecd our Lesider , ;'Led' we strtiek cric stroke, nor .cared for 'doiiings left and right'::, Each ais on his so'ehiead, failer or succeeder, a :Lythe blame or lit theli pr'ise n:o-'ar -...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

UAILS.DELIVEB ED AT FRANKSTON. 'romn )IelIbourne-:1 a.m. ind :1 pan. ,Fronm Mornington-. na.m. mnd 1 pmn. Jroui Dromnna-Il. n.._1._m. iromSiomerviile. :rni Hastings-l p~mn. Promi Cowes mad ,.Sa Rmemamo-Mondamy, Wednesday mind Friday-i p.m.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

-*GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. For TMelboinre-7.4. a.m.-12 noon 8.20 p.m. For Mornington--!.4i a.iL.-2.15 p.m. For'Dronmna-9-.45 a.m. For Somerville--!L4. anm. For Hastings-.4.i a.m. Tor Cowes nhid San Remo-Tuesday, Tlnusday and Saturday-!l.4. a.m.

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

FLINDES AND KANGERONG. keets at Dromans the last Saturdey in each month. .,u: ", PBESIDENT: . T. .Martin. ConsNcross: Zat Biding-D. Mairs, J.P., A. Down S ward, J.P., B. Stanley.. Ceatre Riding-T. 0. Martin, J. C. - Griffiths. W. Brown. Weat'Bidia-W. Patterson, B.nde n, : L" "" J.P., J. Cain, J.P.' ! .. SECErTaY : S ' Peter NowLIn. TEASURER: .. 'T. B. Muntz.

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