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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. Howard and Scott report :-Dandenong Market, Tuesday, 18th March,. Dairy. Cattle : A very large supply of both milkers and springers, meditun •to good quality cows selling readily at about late rates, inferior sorts dill of sale. Dry cows and young stock, a fair munber yarded, most of which were sold at satisfactory prices. Pigs: The market for all descriptions was easier, stores being especially dull; a fair supply af porkers really good sorts selling fairly well but others quitted at low prices a large number of stores penned, very few buyers present and quotations considerably lower. Calves: A fair number forward and prices slightly better. - Cranbourne monthly market. Owing to the first Friday in April being Good Friday the market will be held on the following Friday the 11th April.

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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SORRENTO SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

: SOJRENI'O SPOR'S. -~---- The Annual Sorrento Sports will be held on Easter Monday, April 7th, and judging from the entries, a good day's sport mayv be expected. The following are the handicaps : E. Clarke (Sorrento) ... ... scratch 0. Moice .. . .. 4 yds. O. Cain J. Hughes ,, 7 ,, A. E, Keys (Quarintine Station) 7 W. Lowther (Sorrento) ... ... James Cain , J. B. Clark , ... 11 ,, F. Moice .... 14 John Cain ,, 14 E. Moice ... 16 ,, W. Button ,, ... 16 J. Thompson ,, ... ... 16 J. Hurley ... ... 16, HURDLE RACE.. James Cain ... scratch J. Moice 2 yds. O. Cain 2 W. Lowther 12 , J. Hurley 14 ,, Acceptances due Wednesday April 2nd. Handicappers : E. Williams, W. A. Dark and H. Watts.

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DROMANA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

DROJ3EANA RAOING CLUB. -.--+- Ala ieCtitg of the above Club, took place on the I)rouanl ?t race course on Thursday 20th, the weather was fine, but the attendance small. The fol lowving aire the results: MAIDEN PLATE. Of u sovs.,. Distance I mile. Mr J. O'Niell's, Primrose ... ... 1 Mr S. glierlock's Nell ... ... 2 Mr Dlgani's Greenleak ... ... 3 Won by twenty" lengths, hard held. Of 5 sors-, For 13 2. ponies 1 mile Mr :W:. Perrige's Dolly, ..; 1 Mr J. O'Niell's Sunflower, .. .. 2 -----Isaac,... .... ?... ... 3: OPEN HANDICAP.. Of 1' soas. 1, miles. Mr J. -McKinnon's Jackaroo, 1..; 1 '"1 : Mr P, Kennedy's Wild Harry;': .:. 2 Mr J. O'Nill's Vain Hope,*... 3.. 3 Jackaroo' jumped away with the lead which the usmaintained right :through, ,winning :a good race by two lengths from '" Wild Hary. . "HURDLE RAC " : of . sovus. 1 miles, over eight lihudle~ : 3 feet 6.(inches. . Mr T. Graves Empyrean, 1.' ..'" 1 Mr W. Brown's Belfast. . Belfast fell at the 'econd hurdle leaving Empyrean to ican...

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CRICKET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

CROICKE.1 To THE EDITOR. Srn,-I am sorry I cannot compli ment your correspondent, in furnishing an account of the late cricket match, Balnarriug v. Flinders. As a matter of fact, Balnarring did not win, neither did Flinders. While the game was progressing the Balnarring men kept going away to the bush fires, to which, of course, Flinders made no objection, but when Flinders in their second innings, compiled 42 runs for three wickets, several of the Balnarring men expressed a wish to leave for the fires. After the captains had consulted to gether, it was then decided that the game be discontinued, and that the match be conisidered as drawn. On this mutual understanding, Flinders left the ground. Had Flinders strictly carried on the game, they must have won because Baluarring then only had about five men left. I am etc., FAIR PLLAY.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

SPORTIUr ,OTES. [Br EnaLT BIRD.] Last week part of my contribution was miscarried. consequently my readers did not get some information which at that time might have been golden, but at present must be excised. I shall wind up the last paper by adding to it the parts of the miscarried items that mmy be of interest. Nar Nar Goon is not Iby any means inviting in itself,- irrespective of. the inconveniences experienced in getting there. With all the meetings that have been he'd on this course, it is surprising to find how meagre the accommodation is within the saddling paddock. I have seen and been on a few country courses, with ia track that could not hold a candle to this one but when we leave the track we need say no more. I have already written about the Nar Nar Goon entrance fees, but Ifind this only one of many com plaints racing men. have with the management of this course. We leave Melbourne by special, are hours on the road, start to race at 2 o'clock have only six events to g...

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EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

S EPSOME RACES. The postponed Epsom race meeting was held on 24th inst, at Mordialloc, the change of dates proved beneficial rather than otherwise, for the weather was favorable, the course in splendid order, and the attendance large. It is difficult to imagine the gathering being otherwise than popular, for the course is one of the most perfect in Australia. The Selling Race paid for itself, with a few sovereigns to spare, the ancient ~ognanay, although finishing a bit lame, wining' it, and being bought in for £17 5. 'The stewards were not quite, satisfied, with the running .of Rebellidn, who won the Selling Race at Caulfield'oi' o Satuiadiy, and asked the owner for an explanation. The owner said the horse was notoriously uncertain, aid showed that he had backed him. The owner ivas, therefore, exoneratedfrom:blame,:but the jockey, Dunido, was cautioiied about his riding. In the Woodlands Handicap the: uncertamn Marlborough finished brilliantly for once, and though he got home first...

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PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

judical proceedingwas introduced by the Saxons into Engildg . i That adliin istered to a judgc..: was: settled; in 1344. - Shaving ''as inltroduced' among the Romans about a .. 8c00 i Plny says Scipo: frieanius icias "the first" loianii to shave every day. iSutlisequeniitljthe first day. of- shaiing was:r.egarded b;' the ..omans : as ,the i entranoic upon, manhood,, and celebrated =;vith i -great There is a key that iill open every lock if we kilow? ho w"itok forbge it,:iiind so vith life-there is i?right iiath!for everyone ifhie 'oillon'ly5 .iseaeifh 'to find it.

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

Plls 1,1.1' ISLAD;I) AND WOOLAMAI. INeet: ;lat G?antrille the Saturedy nearest full muon. Will. Jli'ahi:t , i.1.P. Coxetli, . IJI)?" ll - S Island Iliding-Wl. IhIrhi:oi. .P., '1'. hle',ee. J.r., Jolin West. WVulmnil itiding -.. Daily, P. Anderstton, .Inuses I loddinott, .P.' Coriclla ltidhlig-u-T. C. TIllocl, nuiner Clarke. J.P., S. Keys.. She sintratv., Curer or W GoRt, &C. 11. Jlonwick, Sauit. Iiemo. Cout?lcillors retire iii the order inl which their tiiunaes are printed. The1 first retir iug inl August next yea aind on each suc mceding year.

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

(1'.now ouna o6w CoaarEs:aONDNT.) 'rThit paragiiph .in last ýSetrd tv's issue?'b] the Stnjdiid abouit `iMr Stcpheni's pon?.y Comniodore lieating the traii betwle o4 i'/rankston~ alud Miorningtoii, is just ?a trifle to good for us to believe.:, Perhaps if .tley had both started a t scratcl,; we might possibly havie given the fact credence,. but seeing ai advertisineut i. the same issue that Conimodore is foi sale, some sceptical. beings say- al;-ycs !not so sloe especially o.n the p'art ';of the owlier of the pony. . Capital adivertise usdut for hinm, ,butrough : oil the ibest conlduted railwiays in the wiold. A collision that iuight have been much more serious than it really.j was happened on Mioudiiy. evronig last, between the schooner May Jennings and the ketch N:,aggie at the Morning ton jotty',, bath "yes·~ hs had. just ;run from M1elbouinel; tlio Maggie slipping in just bofore the Coogooe on her re t'rn trip; called iu,. thi" .sehooner l: r iig' to sta'il oiit-' itil-the steain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

CAPSULES9. These are now used in the Hospitals of Paris in place of Copaiba, Cubebs and astringent liquids and will cure in forty-eight hours all derangement of the Urinary Orguns in either sex without inconvenience of any kind. GamuaULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRIldAULT'S VEGETABLE MATICO S INJECTIOx and C.ISULI.s. SWhere all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are always effective. They Insure rapid and extraordinary cure of sevre recent, and chronic cases of disease. They are nued in the Hospitals of Paris by the celebrated 1n:. RICORD, and are found greatly superiorto all remedies hitherto known. GRlt.tM.T & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. G! RIIAULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES OF C..NNARIS IyNIICA. Have been tries in the lospitals and found to give imnmediate relief in all cases of ASTHMA ;REliV'OUS_ COUGL ] IS. HO.RIiSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE. FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. GRIMnAULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. SICK HEADACHIIE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

tAmusements. A GRAND CONCERT In aid of the building fund of the ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH . Fla. nkton; Will be held in the MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, Frankston on EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 7. Signor and Signora Coy and Family, Miss Josephine O'Brien," And other well-known Artists have kindly offered their services. ~-Chair to be taken by Dr, Madden. Doors open at 7.30.' Concert commence at8 Tickets-Front Seats 3s. Back Seats 2s. J. T. LEAHY, Hon Sec. DANCING ! DANCING ! Oheltenham Quadrille Assembly. Strictly select Quadrille Assembly * EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT Mechanics' Iinstitute, Cheltenham Admission Is. Gd. Ladies free. A select band and M.'C. provided. SOERIRENTO Annual EASTER SPORTS. CoMMI-EE- Messrs R. Hutchison, E. Williams, senr, J. B. Clark, G. White, senr, E. T. Williams, D. Cousins, W. Hurley. junr, T. Darley, G. Morcoe, A. Russell, E. Clarke, W. A. Dark, J. Hurley, W. Lowther, junr, J. W..Spunner, O. Cain, J. B. Clark, junr, C. Graham, J. Skillen. H. Watts, W. Clark. HANDICAPPERS-...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

FRUIT GRO VING IADU1STRY,, have frequently urged cultiwva :tors of strawberries to allow their stock plants sufficient space to produce rumlers.o.f siuch a- strength',that they would bear fruit. the succeeding season' On visiting the t'reimorne 'Nursery a few. days ago our attentiaoi was drawn livy. r Meirtoni,the iniainger, to a lare patch occull)pying the pace of- 4, or" 5iii h naro: y.ud,' ..? dd still rapidly citondig froi?u ingl?elant of a new strawberry planted in tho beginning of the present seisoii, fromi which the runners of 2 yards or more in length, have extended on all sides; and the space is crowded' with voung. plants, the object, of course, being to obtain as many plants as possible, oth ?iwise they might have been thinned: we have no -doubt that 1000 or ; more of young hplanitsH °ilrli; obtained, many of them strong enough to fruit abundantly next season. :Ve' expecti the'yarietyi.ill be: 6offered in the new eatologue of the firm, to be issued-shortly: :.-._--: ':- -...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER I. EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

THE DIARY OF ,A LAfTE PHYSICIAN. Br SAMUEL WAnREN, D.C.L. (Author of "Ton Thousand a Year.") CHAPTER I. EARLY STRI?MUILES. I have often sat by y my all, solitary parlour fire, and pondered over our misery, and inisfortunes, till almost frenzied with the violence of my emotions. Vhero was I to look for relief ? What: earthly remedy was there? O' my Godd! Thou aloine knowest'what this poor heart of. mine suffered in such timed as these, not oni my own account, but for those beloved beiigs wvhose ruasn :,nwas.; implicated ini mine !` What, :ho;vever, was': to be done at the. present crisis, scenig, at Chrisantas. old L---1 would conie uponl me for his interest, and mny other creditors would insist on payinent ? A dreary mist calne over ow mn ind's eye whenever I:: attemptted ? to look steadily forward into futurity. I had written several times toi. my kind and condescending friend, Lord who still: continued abroad; but as I knew not to what part of the Continent to direct, and the serv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

Everyone Ought to Insure Against_ Fire.` THE INATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LInIED.) HEAID OFFICE: Corner of COLLINSA.ND _MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE: j ^ DIRECTORS :- ........ TH03IAs MIOunDIr, Esq. J.P., chairman. G. D. CARTE?, Esq., M.P. THos. AsTro, EsQ., .P:, Vice-Chairnan.i R. G: BENSON, Esq., J.P. MArTiEW LA?o, ESQ., J.P. (Mayor of Melboumrne). .I.Ho. C. J. HA, M.L.C... ........ LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. :Bush Fires and Gas ?Explosions .Covered Without Extra Charge. WILLIAM 3fACREDIE,tr Agent for Frankston-MARK BRODY. Agent for Mornington-.T. E. lWORRELL. Professional. DR:. STANLEY ? ;.f. TREED,- . (LATE DR. A. M. WILKINsoN.) M.B.. 4t. Ch., B. May be Consulted at FRANKSTON--THURSDAYS : 2 to 5. DROMANA-IMONDAYS: 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at his Private Residence Mornington SIDaily. DB. STANLEY V. TMEED, "Elimitta,"I VANOUVF.R STREET MOR NIN GT ON. [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. (Successor to DR. ATKINS.) M3ay be Consu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

" ootakers. .. :Frankston fBoet: W1arehouse:; . -J.":IREYNOLDS & CO; PR? CTICA'L "'BOOT3MAKERS, 'i PLA.is. STREE T.'m , aNBToN. , "''And at SOMERVILLE. ;;1 and Gentleimen's Boots and Shoes Boots of all Descriptions made to, Order. Fit' Guranteed. Hand:Sewn Work a Specialty. 2 Repairs Neatly Executed. ,MELBOUENE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. ":J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHE'' MAKER. Ready 'Made Stock always on Hand. Auctioieers aind Estate Agenits. C.,J. co,, , Co,, Auctioieier;, t d : Estate Agents. J?. " F 0 Is Preupared 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 'n trusted to hint. ' ;Agent for tlhe Imnperial insurance Co. Rents and Debts Collected. C, J..FOX & Co., AUCiTIONEER, Sc., :;F R'KX:S°T O:N.'" T. II. AVEY S ' ESTATE AND COMMISSIONi AGENT, FBRANESTON IN conjunction: with the principal ...L.Auctioaieets in the City 'of Melbourne, js now prepared to ...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. MR W.E. GLADSTONE. March. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (From the Mehonrne Papers.) MRA W. E.GLADSTONE.' March. 21. It is: reported .thati Mr W. E. Gladstone, the great Liberal leader, who is-nowin his 8lest:year, meditates an early. retirement: froni political life. RUSSIA AND AFGHANISTAN March 21. The Russian Government authori ties deny that troops are beiilg massed on the frontier of Afghamistan in order to support Ishak' Khan in his present revolution against the Ameer, Abdua i Rahman. DEATH OF THE DUKE OF MAN -CHESTER. :March 22. The Duke of Mfaiichester., whose. dangerous illness'. at ":Naples. was announced, is ded., 'The : cause of death'was .pe.ritonitis . - THE- COLLIERY DISPUTE. March 21. The basis of the settlement arrived at between the colliery owners and the miners is that an increase of 5. per cent., iin the rate of wages shall be paid forthwith, and an additional 5 per cent., in Auigust next. The miners are jubliant. W?ork is to be isunmed 'at once. n March 21. (Later) In- many of the collieries work ...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

SCITENVIIFIC AWD USEFUL A small trace of lead will reduce the breaking strain of gold fr;oin i tweilty tons to the square inch to five tons, as indicated by vi testiiig' machine. For persons who wish to escape the " horrors of dyspepsia " at physician recommends'the eating of hn oince or two -of fresh fruit e. ver morning before breiakfasid Sulphide- of potassium will destroy .mildew on roses..chrdiathli emihi n s,ii lnd some other greenhouse plants. A quarter of .an ounce dissolved in: s gallon of ?wiater, and thrown oni the affected foliage with' a fine-rosed syiiirge, will get rid of fiungus, and the leaves will not be injured,. : : To remove old paint and varnish from wood anm iron, mix one part by weight of pearlash with three parts of quicklinue by sklking the lime in water and then adding the pearlash, ,making the mixture of aibout the consistence of piiint;t Lay the aboie 'with an, old brush?ocer .the wi'hole: of the wmvik re quired to be cleaned; let it remain foiirteen or ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

A match between an eleveli of the 3Melbourne club and fifteen of the Frankston C.C. was played on the Melbourne Ground on Wednesday, and ended in an easy win for the senior club by eight wickets and 85 runs. The visitilngteam were disposed for 138. Sadlier played a capital innings for 53, the next highest scorers being Box 18, R.. Keys 13, Grover 13, and Worrall 12. The M.C.C., when time was called, had lost two wickets for 223. Hutton batted in fine style, and pllayed a brilliant innings for92. . D. 'llwraith 58, Wallington 33 (not out), and F?. Osborne 25 (not out), also played well for their respective scores. For the Melbourne - Ryan took four wickets for 18, Hutton three for 32, Osborne three for 32, and M'Ilwraith two for 2.

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DEATH OF MR HENRY TUCK, OF FLINDERS. [CMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 29 March 1890

DEATH OF MR. HENRY TUCK, OF FLINDERS. [Communicated]     By the demise of Mr. H. Tuck, which occurred on St. Patricks's Day, we lose one of the oldest settlers in the colony, the deceased having been a resident of the Flinders district for   more than half a century; since the time indeed when Victoria was an in- tegral part of New South Wales. Mr Tuck's license (now in the possession of the eldest son, Mr. Samuel Tuck), was signed by Charles La Trobe, Lieut. Governor, bearing date 1846. Mr Tuck at that period had a run of over 6000 acres along the shores of Wes- ternport Bay, this large block being described in the license as land ad- jacant to Manton's creek. The abori- ginals who then peopled the country in considerable numbers were not of hostile or warlike disposition, and it was not found necessary to deal harshly with them; indeed as a mat- ter of fact they were so humanely treated that they made periodical visits to Mr Tuck's dwelling h...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890

PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. Meets at Grantville the Saturday nearest *. -, M ; full moon. - 7 ' ? : nilh. THarbison, J.P. +. COUNCILLoRS: :! ~t island 'Riding-W-. 'Harbison. J.P., T. ulcFee, J.P., John West. ?'oolanllni Riding--J. Daly, P. Anderson, Jamnes Hoddinott, J.P. Corinella Riding-J. C. Tullock, J.ames Clarke, J.P., S. Keys. BISECRETARY, CLERK OF WORKS, AC. I. Bonwick, Samin. Remo. Conncillors retire in the order in which their names are, printed. The first retir Sig in August icnxtyer 'and on 'each suc ceeding year." .._ -.,

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