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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

SHIRES' DIRECTORY. - t?ORNINGTON. .... Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before' full moon. . ,PRESrIDENT : A. Downward. J.P. Co?irclLlaoas : 'orth Biding--J. D. Box, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankaton). *a-t Riding-iH. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell - (Somerville). , We t ?iding--J. E. Adams, A. Downward, 1.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). B~acs?Tr Y AND ENGINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE.' Mornington dep.-,7.50a .n.-12.S-4.15p. n Moorooduc, dep.-S n.m. -1 2.18 p*"'. 4.31-7.36-9.57. Mornington Junction, dep.-S.8, t nt. .,JLeigw~arrin; dep.--8.1'2 a.mn:4.Opm.. 4.3-7.40--1O.1.· Frankut~on, arr.-3.22 n.m~.-12.40 p.m. 4.35-7.50-1O.1. Fraukaton; .dep.-7.2.i a.t.-8.27-&SO 12.4pat.-2.14-3. 8.40-4.5-9.0-7l0.-O Yelborne-=arr. 8.40. a~lu; 9.40--10.10 '2.0.,;ptJa.-3.3al-;i .l0citlo-O.l?-lr

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

SALE (No. 6920)2 O CROWN LANDS. In Fee' Simple, at the Auction Room ei.q MESSRS. MUNRO Air BAILLIEU, Collins-st,. Melbourne. on i;t.7 IUESDAY, the l8Ta day of FEBRU IAR 1890, at Two o'clock p.m. T. w N " ,- '"' s. fonnaaoo, Parish of Bittern,, Coiifty?arf Mornington.' West of .the isilw,.,y Station. Upset price £40 per t. Charge for survey, £1l. Lots 1. l?2, - Area lr. 10 4-10p. each, allotiiehf 12,.1. 16, section 14. Upset price, :£. Iper l,,l charge for survey, £1.. Lot 4-A',?-r. 14 8-lOp., allotment 11, section.l:. ;,Up?ti price, £40O per lot; charge fo~. survey, £1. Lots 5, 6, 7,.8-Area ir. l.p, .?.0c, allotments 12, 13, 14; ',.' se.tipn .1a. North of the Railway Station c.a.'e, on the east side of thi line. ',tUp t price £20 per lot; chprgqfor sErvey. £,.' Lot --Area 2r. 17.5-1p., allotment .1. tiqn 1. Lot 10, 11, '12, 13, 14; 15--Arei :tr. 10 3-10p. each, allotments 3,4,7.8, 1. 12, section 1. Lot 16-Area 2r. 26' 2-10p., allotment 15, section 1. SAN REMo, Parish of Woolamai, Co...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER I. EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

THE DIIARY Oi A . L"LTE SPI-IYSI0ILN.: Hr. S UivuIL WAiix4 ir., ; (Auitho: of on' Fhioiix ni a Yea· C --x-il "i hiCi1tAV1'iiit.li 1, liar T (Ire lli niil; ii tihleirt iiiig;, tliziiu the I)ioirict w-ithout yicuiib 'or Vfiitoiw~q cat '\ý"th high ziajiitiii i oriw"agfi uott r 1wnfciNoini hiaiirbiatii ii ii 4i i i"toi n cioi iiertion Siich Max myi As.'.iftoi; luaimi og edianstud the` xleimdurl flu ninecs .'ihlotted. inc .fioii time foir d9 of 'i oomii lrit` ' enIeii iht' aiidihitiowi iiini fu, pxiwt11mih thin iwou fi Iout iiie jgc of: a Lonrdonili~ 5i iNA.d of aboiit..E;1AOO iii 'cash, afew-brinks, itolerbl tc rm mi robeac iui iiemnuistiblo find, of aninin'd spiritsu, anid 'a ' ifo a.i Invei- m oumiiiii* 'creature ivhnim i"1.. hadL hmeon' ;ibib ni-d, enough, sciuc umieoksbafore to niiury. uwrc ly. bceiuaox we lotved ?each other.i She was the daughter of avery worthy fellow-townsin a of miine, :I iwidower; whose :,fortunes,; asiyi! lad decayed long befoiore the posscssor. Elmlily was th...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

-- - -- FRUITR' ?RO'Il G INDUST.RY. The following interesting report ol the good effects produced by the thin ning of fruit is given by a correspl)on identof the .3oston (U.i.) Glo/,,:--" 'A part of my Sheldon pear trees last season were pruned to thin fruit. The unplrunel trees produced four plears where the prilced olles plrodulccd one, bullt that olte was S hleavy as the four., and whien sold brought four luies as high a price.' 'The late Dr ?:arilev of Union Springs, gave ius the resullt of thinning s4oeiel of hIis pCar trees. Hl-e had several bearing fruit of the: Louise giving about equal crops. lie thlined the fruit on a part when young Ib taking off one-hal'f tlie spiecimiens. The thjiiped fruit grety s1 iuilell larger as to ?iford as large it leiasurh :is the nlumerous peors oll'w O1 IlllntlllllL'ed trees. Ire gave it as his opinion that had he taken off three-fourths there wouhl still have been as large an iiouiint left. Orercrowdcbl fruit is iever of the bestq uali y. It ...

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

AUSTRALASIA( '.:y (LIMITED.) Established, 1869. INVE STED :PU1?S TO s oEET .CLADI:.;. : C.'o?. £250,::000 AN2J'TTAL IiNCOMIE UPWARDS O. ... ....£2iiO,OO0 MODERATE RAITES.- LIBERA? CONDITIONS. LARGE I3ONUSES.: - COMPLETE SECURITY.: Speci l- Claims- of the Natio tul if : 1. It.8 tkOldest :Victorian 3Iihtuial Ofice: 2. It intjroditcedU the following importai~ t features in the practice of LZy '- A _"-,ssur'ancc intofie, C'olonies:-?_-..- ......... .......... I': Thittno Member's Policy shall be allowed to lapse on account of the Non-paymcent of airy Premium so lon'g as it has a Surrender Value suflicient to pay hibe Premium overdue. 11 I.--T-hat no Memnbcer shall be compelled to lpa:it higher lrcmium on his SPolicy thaii tht. et opposite to his age in the Table of Riites. I:.--That tihe Age of, Members be ta;ken t.? at ine:irst Birhdy.t d : 'IV Profits are divided, every Three ear' - : IL';I,~L._OF? 1 : iudkuet 3uildingi, Colliiis=titcoteet.est; C olboi?.nc. Agent for Friakston-? 1 . 3...

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

Franlkitoii Boot o iarelious%, J. REYNOLDS & CO., PRIACTICAL BOOT3IAKERS, PLATE'I STiEET, FIR ANIKiON. A LAGllEI and Varied Stock of'Ladies' ,'-r-u d G ehtleins-1,0otsi-d Sitoed s' always on h.nd. ]loots of all )Descriptions imade to Order. Fit Guarntlced. Hland Sewnii Work a Specialty. Riepairs Ne.atly Executed. MtELBOUIRNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE ALUEIER.. Ready Made Stock alwaiys on Hand. Auctioneers add Estate Agents. A U C T I 0 h S. C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer, Lanil & Estate Agents. J. F O . X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Land. Furniture, Stock. &c.. &c., in any part of the Country, and gives his Personal Attention to all Business lln trusted to hiim. Agent for the Imllperial Insurailce Co. Rents and Debts Collected. C. J. FOX & Co., S AUTIONEER,. &c., n".? STRErr. FR A N K S TON. T. H. I)AYEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT, FRANESTON, T% conjunction with thile principal .i....

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 15th FEBRUARY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

"Not timidly, nor r?shly." PUBLISHED .IiB?RY 5A'ZfURDAY 1.ORJ.ING. 15th FEBt1UAUY, 1890. \llm 011 our eulllbers of Parli:leilxo are enLJoying their .wcll-carned holiday amo1ng lmthe:roil:itic.tscehnerv, of N^ew Zeala d,:' admiriug the products :n;i\ being exhibited by our island is'te , ori touring flthrough : tlich.: "tigliti :ittle island" across thlie aiBt to eseaLe the hea which lhas .visitcd Vietoria with ai warmth. and devotioli truly iaffeting., there is sitting iilUoir oW ParlianPtent -louse a conclave oft. geltleCion 1.s11:1]l but; .ugust.Wlhose. deliberations iitist be fraught "iith jtie'.:most iinportanlt issues as i.cgai'ds tihe lpolitial :future of the islnild :co0tinelit, wh11ili we iill1 clail as1. oir 1in 11011ae.fthiel by. iidoptionl or birth.: 'hie di.1.lbihit of forlnihig a" United. Austir liai by' joiiilIg .t!. various 1 colonies . Uinder1 one1 ceintral Goverfimieit;,liailf:bdeil a ilhi. aspir atieon; or at l;bst 1i subjelt for diiuSsiotI by: ill?eitliig ??uhbs' ...

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

UTONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. te?bey Point dep-7.50 a.m.-11.40--.50 p.m.-9.12. Crib Point dep-7.53 a.m.- 11.48 - 6.53 p.m.-9.15. Bittern dep-8 a.m.-11.50.-7 p.mn.-9.22. antings, dep.--8.0a.m.-11.50-7.0 p.m. Bbb, dep.-8.13 a.Im.-12.3-7.13 p.i. 9.35. womervillye, dep. -8?1' a.m.n-12.9 p.m. 7.19-9.41. Nornington Junction, dep.-.25 a..m. 12.15 p.m.-7.25-9.47 Jangwarrin, dep.-8.30 a.m.n-12.20 p.m. :7.30-9.51. Frankston, arr.-8.40 a.m.-12.30 p.m. . 7.40-10.1.. Frankston, dep.--8.O a.m.-12.4, p.m. .57.-10.16. - Xe1bijurne, arr.-1O. ~li. O.-.0 p.m.--9.17

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

ITEMS OF NEWS.   ---+--- On Monday last the, employes of Jaines Moore. and Co. Timber Merchants Mel-   bourne; with their wives and, families visited Frankston for the purpose of hold- ing their , annual picnic. The visitors about 400, arrived by special train and wended their waiy to the beach, where a large marquee was erected on the green near, the jetty. There were various sports and amusements, consisting of foot-raring, run- ing, high jump, step dancing and: tug-of-   war. 'The visitors having an efficient string band ?::itli th e,? dancing on the green ins also indulged in. Altogether a most enjoyable day was spent. The visitors returning to town by train at an early     part of the evening.   To-iosow week the lard inst., the anniversary ' services: of the Wesliyisn Cuurch i :Frimnkstoii, will be celebrated. The pulpit mwill'hbe cccupied by the Rev S. Adamnson a: foriner minister in the circuit, ai...

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EPSOM RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 February 1890

.EPSOM 1?ACLG' CLUTB A race meeting was hlold on the Epsomi course on Tuesday last, when the most agreeable weather prevailed, and the at tendance of visitors were larger than usual. The racing throughout the afternoon was of a very interesting character, excellent finishes taking place in several of the races. . The details of the rscing ire as follow : IW : Poxi HANxmcAi., Of :5 soys. For ponies 12.2 hands and under. Five furlongs and 20 yards. Mr P Dwyer ns b inm Tongola, 6 yrs, sst 31b (Steers)... ... ... 1 3Mr J Brown ns bl g Toby, 6 yrs or a, 6st 71b (Honiville) 2 Mr C. Cripps ns b h Tonumy Dodd, 5 yrs, (ist lb (Cripps) . :..... Betting:-5 to 2 agst Tongola, 4 to 1 agst Toinny Dodd, iS to 1 agst Rosebud. HURDLE RACE, Of 70 sors. About One mile and six furlong. Mr G Glasscock's b g Crusoe, by Robinson Crusoe-Walruk, 6 yrs, ist lllb (A Ferguson) ....... 1 Mr A Hyman's chl g Fair Saxon, a, 11st 13ib (Fallon) ... Mr A Reeds ns b in Chloris, a, Ost 41b (Reed) . ........." : Betting...

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FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE—SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE SUNDAYS. Prankston. dep.:1-B.0 5.ni-12 2O p m. MellIurn., nrr.-1O.13 a.m.-1.411 pan.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

Iiz'Es OF "vEw 1. TuI earutfilitor for the drainage works at Carroin Swamip las coimmenced oper ations, and we are informed that when this is completed it will have the effect of diverting the water froni its natural coprse the Kananook Creek. If this is OrUt iee ti s i a serious matter to the people of Franketon, apd one that should he inquired into withont delay, 'lihs pros pect of our creek becominUg a dry olin, and a receptacle for the drainage of the town ship "without the meians of carrying it siway into the hay is inot a pleasant one, and some steps should bhe taken to prevent an occurrence like this.. A 1EETING', wieas hld in tlh Oirderly Room, Cheltenhli io 'on Tlursdllayevening to consider the adilvisability of starting, a brass band in coniectioni with the G Colin pansy, Vi tyspi lRangees,i Lieut.? Ri1f in the cr Aftr i rsts U-Gqjiiidrable discussion the following wepas eppuainted as a snb committee to report at the uusltgasiC 4 l' to hie hield in the Orderly IRoom nis Th...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON AND MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. mELBOURNE TO PRANKSTON AND MOENINGOTON. Xlbonrzae. dep.-7.10 ajm.-'9.-12.20 Melboue. de-.0-.15-*4.47--*6.3-9.33 .1125. Frsak ton, arr.-8.20 . am.-10.20-1.40 p.m. - 2.40 -335-6.5-7.55-11 12.43. ?rankston, dep.-10.25 a.m.-2.45 p.m. 6.10-8.2-12.50. Lagwarrin, dep.-10.39 aam.-2.55 p.m. 6.90=8.12-1.0. Mornington Junction, dep.-10.56 am. 3.39 p.L-6.24--.16-L1O.16 Moorooduc, dap.-11.4 asm.- 3.7 p.m. 6.32-8.34-1.2. Mornington, arrA10.57 a.m.-3.22 p.m. 6.42-8.34-1.22. *Those markedl with an asterisk run through to Motnington.

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BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

BRIEF NOTES. The BThink of England ihas redluced the rato of interest fl'rom to ( poter cent. The Julbilee Plunger has boon sentenced to three mouth's iinlprisoinnenit for forginig a chequeo for £ll1000. *Dr Fisher, of Collins street, who was arrested for imalpractice onl ii woman niuamed Mairtin, has bthe reiniminded by the Kyneton benel to appear at Mellibnroneon tioe 2ith igst. Bail was allowed, himself in .£1990 and two emumoities of £309 cach. ¶Thq Moss Will Case that has been .ocuapyilmg-tmen.ttetiteoieofmtylhe'ourts so long has resulted in an ulvecn-twelfths verilict being given in fiavor of the plaintiff. Twenty-five years ago, in tile courts in Dunedlin, a brown jug of spring wiater and almhlcer usedl to standl on the witness biox. The object win to iyg witnesses ia hance to slake their thirst umidrm sovere cross exauimination. On one occasion it wag filled the jug withi gin and water, and it was astonistjing' low r ttij hy tie witnesses The cool "toriig he if lo th iore 'l...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER I. EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

TilE D)IARY -or LATE PIIYSICIAN. -+---- IBr SAltlsr. X1ýgAEN: -ii!1:i1l4 (Aiitinw Of Ci [IAl1Tl. 1.") CHAPTER J..1 1 liiiY ariieiini Ea. F is is liio st laighablle to siy, thit. oir oili' receipts titi'wer a few paltlry guineais, senit at long ilntlervals, frot old ir Alsperne, thie piroprietot f tIle Juropearrn IrrllflZr,;;", ias !e{iueratlivii flr it; api pi utif tilu iii il l alUti ulilty with whiCh1 1. fh11'tlish hni ill, find a trifle or twit fmain Mr Nich611s, if the Geb*ttlemek~'8 4if uyazinel, upan it cknlow 'lediliuiint for isovelil swoeet souiiets tent lv siy wif;. 1 Kioiwini the suceess whihi ofteni tlettided .ipiifca siioiiil °iftbiishii as. ,teiidinig to iatuire for the; writer a. repiittioi fori skill on the ýi sbject of. to the notice of the hiihe niiuliers of hit :i ii ofession, I dcete miined to tiirp my itteiitoii fltit yl . Foir ieypraymnlf;iifi}x :Wa upi cal] sd att V:ik pp (4xemties of ibe )giis. I hieMti.v4' td heslie ili' rlli\s it oily 1pm :..way oi tcillt;et...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

DROJIEA ~. (Fnogr! ouir Qi wiev Conaroars\ r.) In i ly-report last weeik eoncerning the uentertainment held 'in the Mlcchanies Tinstifitute, 'thce inilic of iMis'iAlllihi if oii3orniington z asJieing one "if 'the performers waso inadver tenthl omittcd. Her contributions to the o grosnutie were highly apprceiated her rich full oice being heard to gracnt advantage. Her first song " .Picrrot" was sung magnificently, and her render ing of ".The Miller and the Matid" .was so musch enioiud by the.itudiednce that site was recalled, nid iii response delighted everybody with "The Cows arec in the Cirn.ri Tfhe, usual-:fortntightly, meeting of, the local Literary Association was held in the Mechanics 'Institiite, lIst BMon day cvceiin^. Tin the absence of the Presideint tfic vice-Priesidenit occupied the chair. The business of the even ing, accordiig to the s 1lla bus,was u. elocution coinpettiion, biut owing to the competitors not'"=itting in an appearalce, iiproimtu speeches were given inste...

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SELECT POETRY. THE OTHER SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

SELECT POE'TR1? 1111 O'I'HERt SHlOli.; But life is sweet, though all that imakes it sweet Lessen like sound of frilend's departing feet, And Death is beautiful as feet of friend _Coming with welcomse at onr journey's end; For mie fate gave, wlhate'er she else denied, A nature sloping to the southern side; I thank her for it, though when clouds a~rise Such natures double darken glgonly skies; I Iluse upon the alurgjl of thei st Our conutito1n pathlway to the Isew To Be. Wiatellig thho sails, that loss1 mlore and ll0"0,. Of good suod beautiful emibarked before; With hite of wreck I patch the heat shall hear Mie to that unexhansted Otherswhere, Whoso friendly peopled shore I soIetilles By soft mirage uplifted, beckon 1m1, Nor sadly lhe.r, as lower sinks the sun, My Imoorings to thle past sn1ip one bly 1ne.

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

(Fuoii or0 Owa 0o11EiSPiaO'OENT.) A waidiering cow caine to an 1u1 timely end near the lHastings stationll on Monday list, tllrollugh coIning in colntact withl a : passing train, and uIlless there is some iniprovemient in the atteitioil of siverail of the gite kcepers on the .ine11 tlhere,lis m1ore thani a liklihod of ia rcpitition of tihe 1above before llong. Grdat coinplaints aire Imade y travellcrs in charge of veehliles, who oil airrivin ant soine of tile gates, iod bawling, tthemselves hoar..e for ti gIfclkeeper, have finally to decdci froii their Fripl n1(d leaver t it to takii eatre of itsolfwhile thby do tile work ilitittlie GovIeiiniit 11y solie one' csCto do.. W icair that the linc to Illastil"g is to.bhe imade thei mainiiuline,:. seing that the H14astings line was the irt decided ion, and is the ieat paying' one lf th il e Al 11;1lie alweays beni of thie oplllnion ifnj as4 ai niflj i ]inc. Notwithstanuding that we ae. re eived the scurm.iest` treatnient ohili in carriage ...

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MENTONE BOARD OF WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 February 1890

M1iENTONE BIOAIRD OF WORIKS. On Thursday evening last. thel annual meeting" was held in thle Royal Colfee Palace . Tihe chair was occupied by E. C ornell, Esq., and there was a fair ut tendance. The business of the meeting consisted in the election of a coinuiittee of mianagement for the ensuing year, and the followiig gentlemien were elected:--Messrs. Cornell, Ward, Nichols, Barnett, Cowan, Webster, Figgis and 'IThurling. It was decided that the loard nmeetings shall be held alter nately at Mentone and Melbourne the first Weldnesday in each month. The attention of the public is drawn to tilhe fact that ally person is cligible to Ie conime a member of this Board by paying the annual subscription fee of £1. The whole of these fees are spent iin pro curing improvemenlts for tile good of the neighllborhod, and this alone slhouldl be sullicientto enlist thle hearty co-operation of every person desirous of seuing the district advance.

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