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MORNINGTON AND FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

MOR.NINTO\"AND FBR1\%KS';ON '1O' MElLBOURNE. Mnrnin.'tonn lp. il3li in :1-' S-I 1,1)11 4.81iornd1t Ir -8 tn 171 Moirniaiiion. Junntiond.p S i atmn jL r.,knn iNrr.-S. pl ... .1 3:-u:1! :441 '.. Mu1lboimw-arr. b 44)1 u. .44U -,o10 1.1"iu-3 31-u.i lV-4.10---.17-11:1.,

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

MELBOURNE £T0 1-FKBANKSTOi. AND MO1NINGTON:I _ ii iune aie1 1t!'.11 iii ='f:-1 .1:? :1124 - - Frink-ton,_dep.-1O._j p1m. Er1sorniln' 4lJ. Licn i~l.~l.iii 1. iii~ (;1ol-R14-1' Výi.r.. Lan.'o-nin, ri qp.10.8 t' ~in.2.S p.m.-y Mlooroalit, ?3p.-11: L~i.- .:: pinu. * Monington;arr.-10..ii 7a -.3:" p.m i OTlinic ,,rkeid writh tin istcrian rin through to,Morniun'on. -1; ,t d i

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MORDIALLOC TO MELBOURNE (P. B.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

3MonrIAI.L.Oc Too f-I .01I! X (1 1.) Mmrdlianllic d.p.-»i3;:;:, 7 ;M .°,8.->t, !15 li. ; :., 5. 1 . . 112 5. I l' it. 42f, : 25,, 14 i-5, 4 4 I, 5 15, .; 5 , ' 2 2,` 2. 1I 2-f, 11 .-,1I. Sun.-- 50, 12 ,?. 2 4:1. -1 ;:0, 3i :300,s :ilo , i . i h1 ENTONS:-; :3. 7 57., 5 6'j,) 21. 9It ;, 11 II, 12 II, I 16, 2 4., .:I i, 4.21.4 .52, 5.21,G , 8.. 28, 2. 1:1,31 1'5 i 6 u. i. > ;,: 12' i, -2 4 I?!J 4 l;. S :i;. 8 :;( i I;. ' . Cheliltcnih:un- -, .I; '.). 3 , , ,, ., . .I 24, 9 5 . 1ii 14 -14.- i 193 .-2 :-3 ':3. 4 2 S, 4 5.A,- 2 '4. ; - i l, ?? 1, ;;, iti2. , • : !.l. . . - , . -. 1 , :; i --:*. " :,. fti4 -I9t 114 114 11 19I. .12 J!, 1 "L.,2 ;5.,:; 39I. -I 2:1. 5 , ..'t3, 7 4, 3S . :1"-.;7, 1 1 , l ' 4. *un.-1(> 4, 12 :i;l, 2 W,. 4 4 -.4 44, N 44. ! 11. Smilli Bril-iI-;, I7I, 8 s, 9i 7. :12,. 4 :12. 5 :, . : J. 7 S. 33 ::. :1 Hi. 11 42. 12 7. 1 n.- . 1t, -7, 5 4 '7. l ,ast lri.'ht.tn-I l; :iI, 12. ! II. 1 3Ill, II 1. . 1.1 21% 12 2 i I,1 3 1 2.; 6i4(ik, 4 : 7l . ;. 7,.1> :ii, ...

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Railway Time Table. MELBOURNE (P. B.) TO MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

Railway Time Table. MEl.IIOUINE (P. BD) TO MoRDIA,.1.LOC. IMelluni( de/j.-5 215:,-7 10,8 45, 910 l1, 6 1io4, 1 "Wi22, I 0i;, 215, ;45. 4 445t,.5:i0:, (i.;Y, b 81; it *5.> 1I(40, 11 25. Stii.-10 (, 12 40; 2 15, 4 1, I; l . 7 41, 1 i.'. ' 9 1- , C.-,,iheM--5 4S, 73), .) 8, . 83, (2;} 118, 2 4, 1 4, 2 2:3. 28. 48,' 5' 8 . 51;,1 i 8.8 3i J '58, 118, 11 48. iaii. -1 2, 1 3,; 2. 4 ".3:, ; 2:,;'8 '3. ' 2:' ;leii. Ilu l- i. ' .' 7 7, .'I 12, .9 37,, I 27, l i2, 12 47, I 1 , 2 27. S2, 4 12. 12. ;, 7 2, 842, 11 1. 1o 2. 11 i2i. 8'.- 10 27, 1 7, 2 42, 4 37, ; 27, 8 7, !)27. ' !" N orth Ilil-5 .55 7 1. '! 15 !) 4i, I 30,. 1 1 1 1, 12I3s;; 1 5'0.2 3),; 2 45>, 4 15,-. '»5-.'',.5' N,-7 5,-. 845,.. IC)-, 11 15, 11 55. Sun.-10: 3), I 10, 2 45, 4 40, 6 l:i, 8 10, 10 'i~. t 3IcKiinon-;i >57, 7 42. 9! 17, 9 42, 10 32,11 -17,i 12:52; I A;2:' J2, 2 47, 4 17, 5 17, !; 0, 7 7, 8 47, 10 7,11 17, 11 57. : Sun.-10 32, 1 12, 2 47, 4 42, i; "32, 8 12, :12. East lirightonit-i 59, 7 44, :! 1 1, - 44, 10 ...

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

Amusements. SORRENT O: EAST1ER SPORTS. Cod?irirrEE- Messrs ' R" Hutchison, E: Williams, sent, J. B. Clark, G. White, senr, E. T. Williams, D. Cousins; W. Hurley, -junr, T. Darlej', G. Morce, A.; Russell,' E. Clisrke, W: A.DairkL'J. Hurley, W. Lo~ither, junr, J. W. Spanner, 0. Cain, J. B. Clark, junr,; C. Gn'lhain;'J.Skilleii, H. Watts, W. Clark. HANDICAPPERS-E. Williaiis, senr, W. A. Dark, H. Watts. STARTERS-G. White, senr, A.; Russell. ' JUDGEs-T. Darley, VW. Hurley. REFEiREE-E. T.Willianii. CLE.RK or THE COUSE--T. Saunders. TREASURER / --R. Hutchison. EASTER MONDAY, pril 7,1890 . First; Event to Start at 10.30 a.m. MAIDEN PLATE'.-st, 30s; 2nd, 10s. En trance,.is 6d. QUOIT MATCH.-lst, 30s; 2nd, 10s. En. trance,ls. : . r : 1, ; I SI?r?ss HANDICAP RAC:.-75y ards. 1st, 20s: 2nd, los. Entrance, 2s. BoYs' HANDICAP RAcE.--Under 15 years. I 100 yiardsi:" 1st 15s; 2nd, 5s; 3rd, 2s 6ki. Entrance, 6d. GIRLs' HANDICAP RAI?.-50 yards: Under! 12 years ;of age., Ist, 15s; 2nd, 5s; ..3rd. 2s 6d. ...

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

. .Everyone Ouht. I i i ie Againgt Fire i THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, HEAD OFFICE: .Corner of COLLINS AND MARKETf STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS : TsoxuifM iosi, %Es4 J.P.,hCairman. G.-D. COmEa, EsQM.PP Tmos. Arsoxr,Esq.;J.P.,Vice-Chairman.. R. G. BENsoN, Esq., J.P. MTrrNasU Ai; Esq., J.P. (Mayor of i SMelbourne). Hon. C. . HAM, M.L.C. L--LOWEST CURRENT BRATES OF "PREMIUhf. ;Bush Fires and Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. T WILLTIAM MACEDIE, ~" Secretary. Agent for Frankston-Mais BorDY. Agent foardr iristoni-J. E. WORRErr. :: -Professional. DR. STANLEY V.. THEED, (LASTE DB. . K. WuesoNN.) ] May be' Consulted at FRANKSTON--THURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA-MONDAYS: 2 to 5. fHASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-ll to 1. And at his Private Residence Mornington IDaily. S8. STANLEY V. TBEED, • Elimtta,'l S VANCOUVEn STBEET MORNING TON.l A l '.. [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. (Successor to Dn. ATKxIN.) hay be .Consulted Daily at his Residence, - "TVATiABA,"...

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

.'- ,lti . or -ia"- ! Sp c , i l J.I, E RYNOLDS&O T 0,0 1AC C -.JTfI... E..I... S, e. :i tAYS 1 a 1F IIA nr JIA~ TON. t'/t 1 hn r :it " Giiueint nsctd..... C AI).ulCOMIGE1 Stock ANTvo,}itNd. KTO'I Eud ' Genle en olts n os" Litquil Pa it ll colr,?.-? s :neadu. Staftil i' &oIsiaG e n. -stl A')d LiOL «S T fl :fSi.S; rieuly ol;?eide Sik Jlr o w ivslionru.11 - o oit es, -, onu:. " ........ , : .Sto ck. , .. ... c. L. , er .. . t.ll t. L t:i.t ia- ol ' ot' .. rio"u Lin-n'? arftoffld'Co< ni?,,? tifth iid ithei ACnt firForte, n liter ian stIsurane Co. Cl,".i .J . .I." OX Cio.,: Agent1 for. DTh ait ]'r it:in C'r. AND COM llSnSiOtd AG oNTl c RAsl TON ou:se, Jans With h , * tb'i i Incipal I A'titiuticers ii-l ic Cift' oft 't1ic!- ;Itoirit,' is 1~tiWt iitp ri t to'tu rraiictost;tittion Sla' of Itoutittona'rs Estrtes, Stoctk Furniture,' i' i' c iatnten -tio n ?,i.t . t lo d tt iin,s en ;I:i.t.il ,.to ,tt . tg tt tor theI?So ?. "il fdir t ' litbtto ll iriproi sof tit-re...

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SPORTING NOTES. Melbourne, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

SPORTING 'OTES. [Br. Enar, B!u.] S elbourne, March 14. The two Iast days of the V.B.C. Autumn Meeting were not so pleasant as the two fornier. BLack portentious clouds in the western sky on the morning of the third day gave many race-goers a forsluadowing of what Jupiter Plurvius had in store for them, and it came soon after the first race in a deluging thunder-storm, which lasted for half an hour, the ground being rendered heavy and unpleasant for horse and man, and in some cases materially altered anticipations, especially in the Champion Race. My selection was Car 'amine, and all things considered it is safe to "iythat if the race was run over again on good sound going that Carbine would be returned the victor. At the same time I think the . est lhorse won under the conditions the race was run in, and the Son of Ubldshorough has stamped himself with Ibeing the gamest hit of stuff ever inside horsehair, and his running in the Champion only proves tlut what 1 said of him a the Aust...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. A SMALL ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

SGIEX'TIE' C AVD USEFUL.. A SMALLI. ENGINIE. SA .watchmaker has just completed what he claims to' be the smallest "steamn-engiine ever made. He worked it two years, and it was exhibited at the Paris Exposition. It is composed of 280 pieces of metal, is a shade inder three-fifths of an inch in heighti and weighs less than one-niinth of an ounce. TOO STRONG A DOSE. An extraordinary case of accidental death by electricity is reported from America. •Mr Vincent, a well-known citizen, and a brother of Bishop Vin cent of the Methodist Church, being in a low state of health, conceived the idea of treating himself by electricity Instead, however, of procuring th'e ordinarv medical electrical appliances, he rashly interfered with one of the mains of the electric light and power companies, and received a shock which killed him as quickly and as surely as lightning. HOW .EDISON'S AGENT TURNED TlHE TABILES. There are sometimes amusing epsi sisles at the President's visits to the Paris* Exhibitio...

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

PIIILLII ISLAND :AND WOOLAMAT. Mutts at 2rCuitvillo thu Siturid ynearst fPlI:I1Ii DI:\T: ·!i t:07\II. H (ýllgtlJ. 16F 11411 J:.';yJiihii1W \VI l ti fll U1idud12T-J.- f )IIl39 1. Ai irsu; :Tawlcs llodcliltott. J.1'. Clarke, J.P., S. Key,. S0411AnOY , ;CLErOX 0. iis", &C. II. Bionwick. Stun. Ik'no. Cotuncillors retire in the ordtr in which their (lalies aire printecd.. The first retir ing in Auigit icitt year :11(10:" ti tIt sue (t2iwing ytar.

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

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 15th March 1890.   THE Peninsila upon which we   reside is genierally looked upon more especially by people at a distance. as a pleasant holiday resort, away from the heat and turmoil of the city, or where families may spend a few days and enjoy tlhe pleasure and comfort derived from sea bathing, or in visiting the interesting and picturesque scenes that are to be found around the coast. Undoubtedly this to a very great extent is correct. The beauties of our coast are well-known, and they have been mentioned by various writers among their papers as picturesque Victoria, and as a resort for those who are seeking the restoration of exhausted nature the climate of our Peninsula is all that can be desired. But although these, advantages are yearly bringing these parts into greater popularity, we are conivinced that we are possessed of resources. that up to the present have not been taken proper advant...

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

THE DIARY of a LATE       PHYSICIAN.     By SAMUEL WARREN, D.C.L. (Author of "Ten Thousand a Year." )   This last gentleman, who seemed to be either the son or nephew of the old gentleman, eyed me, I thought,       with a7 certain ..su plerciliouoness, ?'hii h was not lesIrened when the inyalid told hiii 1 had girven I. ihiite "eiel= lelit nadice, for which he could not prevail oin me to receive Ca fee. ':We are vastly obliged to vul, sir : but are rgoing hoile to the f:ltlly lh" y V eini,-" said the young mnn hauga'htil ,; ,id plleing the iiivalid's atrnis in lis lei hnin slowly away. He wa. .!ddriieM several tiniies by the Merflalt St '* A'ir ' MoiwthihIbv, ,J lf ltfon wl Wlliaq, R think; but I could not distinctly catch it, so that it was evidently a person of some rank I had been addressing. How-many there are, thoughtJ, that, with a more 'llausible and ~uiinuatin...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 15 March 1890

* IORNINGTOY (Feo.w cUa ows COImREsroNDENST.) The gentlemen who form the Boardl of Advice for South Melbourne, gave trie youngsters of that city an outing oil Monday last conveyilig thenm here hi three special trains, and the way they were packed in was something amazing. Everv convenience wias provided on the ground by the ener getic correspondent. Mr J. F. .Neville. in the wavof hot water for the mammas and buns anmid fruit for the younmgters. together with two meriry-go-rounds. and glnes that delight the youthful heart. The weather although overcast in the morning, was all that could ble desired later on ill the day. all return ing home thoroughly well. Great dissatisfaction was expressed by several of the tradespeople of Mornmington, at the manner in which tlie daneing paviliomi was taken. psuses sioni of hy a certain business lady of Mornington, for the sale of fruit and refreshments in open defiance of the polihce and Shire Secretary. That they should have been ejected was gen...

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MORDIALLOC TO MELBOURNE (P. B.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

lORnIAI.LOC To MEL.BOURNE (1'. 1.) Monlialloc depr.-1 380:, 7 51.t,S 50t, 9 15. 9 50, 11 5. 12 5, 1 0t, 2 42-t, 325, 415, 446, 515, (50,( 822, 92. 10 25t, 11 50. Sun.--: 50, 12 45, 243, 4 0,0 5:30, 8 0,, 0. 31EsTONE-(? 361, 7 57, 8 56, 9 21, 9 56, 11 11, 12 11, I 16, 2 -18,3 31, 421,452,521, 656,828,:29, 1031, 11 56. Sun.-9 56, 12 51, 2 41 44 36, 5 36, 8 36, G. Cheltenlam-- G 39, 8 0, 8 59, 9 -2, 9 59, 11 14.; 12 14, 1 19, 2 50, 3 31, 424, 4 5,52 21.6 9,8 81, 0 2,1o 34, 11 5:. Sun.-9 59. 12 54, 2 52, 4 39, 5 o ', 8 .9 , ' . . Highlett--G 44 8 5, '9 4,', o10 , 11 19, 12 19, 1 24, 2 53, -3 89. 4 29, S, 5 2 4, 7 4, ) ll6, 37,189, ), 12 4. Sun. -1 4, 12 59, 2 57. 4 -14, 5 -, 8 44, ! 14. South Blrighton-G 17, ( 8, 9 7, 1 12, 10 7, 11 22. 12 22, 1 27, 2 58, 8 42, 4 32, 5 : , 5 1 2, 5 7 7, ,9,8:. 9-10, O 42, 12 7. Sun.-10 7, 1 2, 3 0, 4-17, 5 47, 847, 917. ]ast b righion--f 51, 8 12, 9 11, SS36, 10 11, 11 26, 11 , 12 2, 11, 2, •i 46, 4 f, 5 7, 5 81, 7 11, 8 43, 1 41, 10 4, 12 11. Sun.-10 1...

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Railway Time Table. MELBOURNE (P. B.) TO MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

Railway Time Table. MEL1OURniE (P. ).. TO MOMIALLOC. Melbourne dep.-5 25-:, 7:10,: 8 45, 910,100, 1045, 12 20|, 1.20, 2 0, 2 15, 345, 445t, 5 30 :, G o35., 8 15, 9 35, 10 45, 11 25. Sun10 0, 12 40; 215,410, 6 0. 740, 9. . , Caulficld-5 48, 7 33,9 8, 33, 10 23, 11 8, 12 43,143, 2 3.2 38,4 8, 5 8, 5 51, 6 588, 8 , 9 58,11 8, 11 48. Sun: -1023,1 3,2 38, 4 33, , 8 3, 23. Glen Huntly-5 152 7, 37, 9 12 9 37, 1027, 11 12, 12 47, 1 47, 2 27 2 42, 4 12, 5 12, 5 55, 7 2, 8 42, 1112, 10 2, 11 52., Sun.-10 27, 1 7, 42, 4 37,627, 8 7, 27. North lond-5 .5, 7 40, 9 15, 940, 10 0, 11 15, 12 50, 1 50, 2 30, 2 45, 4 15, 5 15, 5 58, 7 5, 8 45, 10 5, 1115, 11 55. Sun.-10 30, 1 10, 2 45, 4 40, 6 80, 8 10, 9.30. McKinnou-5 57, 7 42, 9 17, 9 42, 10 32,11 17, 12 52, 1 52, 2 32, 2 47, 4 17, 5 17, 6 0, 7 7, 8 47, 10 7, 11 17, 1157. Sun.-10 32, 112, 2 47, 4 42, 6 32, 8 12,9 32. East Brighton-5 59, 7 44, 9 19, 9 44, 10 34, 11 19, 12 54, 1 54, 2 34, 2 49, 4 19, 5 19, , , 7 9, 8 49, 10 9, 1119, 11.59.: Sun.-10 ....

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PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

:ie The weight of tlh itcihting blood The i aveiige weight of an adult is 1'50 pin'is lid ounces. i ::.: The kindnesos of youth' i angelic; thie kiindnse.s f go· is divilno. . t klolr is to :idinire with the heart; to aidinire in.to lhie n ith the imind:. There ariro :niie?,r toio i; iijvi flowersi in this ii-cild l ii ot. uone kiiuld iioird too ininiii has ever yet beeni spoelic.' 'TVheCII siciety is a'wane thiat i you think:it ;l .fliockof goese?, it roverige itself `hy loudly hissiig behind i',o Eery nian tiuly' lies long as1 lhe iats his'iiati iet ? oi snoiii way oeukcsf ooid thel f:iciilties of liiiselt f.Sii llehiiefineiiint' ecreites hi;eitv " tei' iwhere; it i'. the ?roisns?i?i)f the Ssiefiito i ffi t disco'ci. ii'iotliiig : iit grossness iln the object::.'. S.fe' iii; s d f ' iiiiiioiiI a iii i trt ?:ailr ":,wtiitr;?%a;'ri·ale. :c;ra of Ul i?, IIIplitd it lth i .stoi'?e , ? ill? ' aiyi s ot ,frwini iiitia :-ril ioiiino bietwiee lldle"l stro at uid eniiceri straeat' i'at .ut...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

.EORt21 GTO ., (noar OUR oWs ConoIRsi.o-)EiNT) ui[cdh satisfaction is exprcsE?di at. the result of tlhe interview by somlle of oura influential townsnmen, with the heI1ad of tile Customs ::idld Public Worl'ks'_Depir tmncnts, with respect to increasiiig the length of oulr jttl.ys, the' ainiu jetty, I ,underCstnd,d is to l;a- soiie (0 `fcett iddcd on to it, anii the o-od jett;' it is proposed to lengthent considerably. which will aflord gool shelter to the ?lalihts that congregato hlere so Iumi rously ill rough weather. AWlheii these impirove miellts aye carriei out, it is to lbe holped that the pier master will tlhen insist, thatl all trading 'crafts, unload atl the sinaller jetty, which will then leIvce rloomn for the exeursion boats that require the larger one during the Summei s01o011 Verr extenstlo bush fires have, beenl raging in portions of the East Riding,' considerable da:uniae to fencing being done, and( ill' -many instances, hard struggles have beein fought to save homelnte...

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

THE DIARY or LA'LTE PIHYSICIAN. : Br SAurvEr. W'ARRI.8, D.C.L. (Auithor of "Ten Thousand a Year.") H E CHfAPTER 1 . E:.1rraY STRUL'OI.E?S. Two days after thoe occurirelce a St .Tanmes' Park, abolve related. I was as usual, 'reidliig: t lieicolhniis of ad vertisements :11one 010(f thle diily papers,v whc i n', i y e c, lis on?:the fol " The professionial gii tleman, who, a day or two ago, had some ceovr sation on the nsubjait of ?astllai, with gII insnalid,' i one of the blenches of Sh .Tlaies Park; is lpaiticiltiizyr requiested to faoi1viird his iuinme : di addresls to SV..T., cao of l Mcssrs-ra I alinost let the paper fall fron myi lhands with delightedi. surprise. Thalt I :wis the. 'l piofessiifidal gentlemian" alluded to, w?is lceaiii I id .i on the slender ofoundition'' of this advertise mont, 1 had, in ?ifew'iomients, built la rg? iuid" iplindidu klip 5errstrliiCiuie of good forit)un. 1; hl dth?h idly 11 ini?ess eniough to eill iiwife? 'iwho was enii giiged Cr`tli inne 4?tlI li...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

JIiOlf AFY (Fnosl: . oult oWie: Coinutss'o p .::Xi) ihei coitieto . -for the ex cnioni of the jetty, arc aiboit to coiniluneul operations. Sovecral piles are liin' at thei jetty riady toal useld, aid judi by tli apioiip:uIc of thorliithey shouli0ild be wcll adaptci: for ftlo;:wo F. I iifiderstiind that th t ietteiniionisi only to be '?iiti y fehtt a? ioseint This will: ,blio'o~:veroy littlei usi to us until anotlier tiddition is made, aniu -i mo-ve ihould2 be mnide by. toheiinh:ibita iitto do thli Wis iat wo rcqduire is a xt:steii lion of i t.least two ? huidred fCet, and the people ofE Dronilai should niot be coitcnt :i tli'leGi!tli?i: tlihe xciursioxi stean eirS could 1lid Ltheir pasgisngýirs on citner ride .eceordbig ito: thec direiition. of the:-i.i iid. Tl!e G''ei'mi?m n:. steaino r i Lady' lich, asli'iero ycstorday with stotCes foir. the lig ltholus , i this 'side ofitlic by.: iThie cii?l ' :c of' Mc.srs iF?righilt at `[ir Liirdet's DI)roiiiiia- iotel, on itiiid iy list. -i'Th...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 22 March 1890

S sPORTIXrc ROTES. [Triv Eltar Ban.] The persons connected with the racehorse Sa;ihour, should be taken to task by the colnnuittee of the protection fronm cruelty to animnals. This animal was entered for the Cramlbourne handicap, and was taken to the Caulfield railway station to be boxed, the department instead of supplying horse boxes sufficient for the needs of the horses, sent cattle trucks; and Saumhour would not go into the truck, not to be beaten or through a fit of temper, those in charge of the horse innnediately started him along the road en-route for Cranbourne, a dis tance of over 20 miles. The horse arrived about 10 minutes before the hanudicap was started, in a very distressed state. his sides were heaving, his nostrils distented, and the hyrse looked as if he had been through a pool of water, in this state the horse was allowed to start and as was ex pected ran a bad last The party connected with the horse was advised humanely to scratch him, htit unavailingly. After t...

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