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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
Bootmakers. -F?rankston ,Boot :.,Warehouse. !;I J:, REYNOLDS& CO,; PRACTICAL `BOOTMAKERS,' 'aid Gentlemeix's Boots and Shioes 'always on hand. Boots of :'all Descriptions tmade to Order. , it Guaranteed. L and Se eiT W ;Iork a. Specialty. MELBOURNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J. PULLING, ,. 'BOOT: AND SHOE 1LARKER.'., : Ready ?l. Mde Stock. always. on iu ndi. A .UCjTIONS. C.J, FOX & c o., Auctioneer, lanud Estaite Agents. . js Prep:red to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses;'Laid, Furniture, Stock, &c., Ac., in any part of the Country, and gives his Personal; Attention to all Business en trusted to hint. Agent for, the Imperiald Insur?uce Co. Rents and Deibts Collected. -,..,.r R A ;" ,S T, :0 Ni.. : ;.: .,, . . . • . i . . . . ' , . T. H. IDAVEY, DN. COMMISSION' AGENT, FRANESTON S.iconjunction with the principal Auctioneers'in the City of Melbourne,' is row pired to irarainge Auctioni Sales' f Lan d; houses, Estates, Stock, Furniture, etc., throughout the Mornin...
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG COUNCIL. Saturday, March 29th, 1890 [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
ELLYDERS AND .ANG.EROXO CO UNCIL. - ---+-- S:ltu'rday, ilarch 2l0th, 1890 ': [CoblMUNICATEu.j Prcsent-Cr Downward (President) Crs Brown, Baldry, Grilluths, 3[ilrs, Anderson and Patterson. Mimitcs of previous meeting rqad and confirmed oiln Motion of Cr Aidersou. ]roIn Public WoTrks 1) Department re land for tra linwli ) t'rposes at Sorrento.-llciccid. F'rom anmc, r'e graiit for mnainten anie of roads, and statingthat couincil's applic:tion wioull receive attention when Departmeutiill. estimates are being drawn u11.-iReceiveld. Sromin Lands Delpartnicit, re cost of resumption of l'ild required'for romaid to Tulum towinshi), .nd statingi that amount 1)assed(£155) could not be extieedd.-ll-Amounlt ieceltcd, ,; and sccictary insti'ucted toi.t pty aiilance, £125 (total cost £250) to ir eimnii. From secretary of Agricdlture; for wardilng voucheir for is -I, illount for Dromanil Parlk, out of .larks and g adens.- --Attendl cd tto. ".irom llailwav Coiumissioners, re council's iappliiation f...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY 'Ti` FuarGi-AnEs A'D OsuRAra. The rain of last week alid the damp state of the atinospheie at the present time have not, only retarded the coin nencemnent of the vintage but have injured the grapes to somne extent' and should the iroeather contimle rainyy or damp, not only will the vintage be delaved but the quality of the wine will ie depreciated, dry iaild bright weather being i indesponsible?- to a satisfactoy vilntage... Particularattei. tibiiho is iiecessary iii regird to the gathering of apples and pears, of which the latter varities are about commencing' to ripen. The late hot weather has produied an effect upon them, and in certain situations some sorts .may require to be gathered earlier than usual. The time for, planting strawberries will soon arrive, but it is to be feared the ruminers will lie small and.weak after the drought from which they had to suiffer, unless they have been thoroughly irrigated during the time of growth, which they will repay....
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. MURDER OF TOURISTS IN CANADA. March, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
ENGLISH TELEORAMS. -4--C- (From the Melbourne Papers.) MURDER OF TOURISTS IN CANADA. March, 28." The recent conviction of a man and his wife, in Canada, for the murder of an English tourist led to the suspicion that other travellers had been simnilarly treated. 'Inquiries have ieen set on foot, and the suspiciori is strengthened iv the fact that no trace canll be found of several persons who were believed to be travelling in Canuda. THE SEIKES AT LIVERPOOL. M1arch, 29. The distress amongst the whole of the aInboring class in Liverpool has been very great during the strike of the dock laborers, so many other trades depending on the shipping business. The number of children absolutely starving is stated to be appalling. Large numbers of dockers are re suminung work, but a very bitter feeling exists against the "blacklegs" and the police protecting them, both being frequently stoned by excited nmobs. AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. AMarch, 29. The Liberal agitation in Russia con tinues to be active...
CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 5 April 1890
CAUTION. The following letter has ibeen sent us from head quarters, we insert it for the infornmation of our: readers, and also to act as a warning to those visit ing the camp:. -Head Quarters, Victorian .Military Forces, " ictortif Barracks, Melbourne, March 31st., 1890. To THE EDITOR. DEAR SIR. - Authority has belen given for the troops to fire ball cart ridge on the Government (Cemctery Reserve, during the Easter Encamp iment, from the 4th to the 9th April, between the hours of 9a .m. and 6 p.m. Kindly give as much publicity as possible, through the medium of your valuable paper to this fact, and caution your readers that they should on no account attempt to eross the Reserve at the times stated. I iam etc., F. L. PENNO; Lt.-Col. A.A.G.
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
PIIILLIP ISLAND AND \OOLAX?AI. Mieets at G~nultville the Saturday nearest full moonl. . PhESI)DENT: Win. .?irbison, J.P. CounciLols : . Is]nid Riding--W. IHarbison. TJ.P., T. Micee, J.P., Joh11 West. Waool]nmi tiding-.I. Daly, P.. Anderson, r5inines Hoddinott, J.P. ,Corinella Biding-J. C. Tulloek, Jiamles Clarke, J.l'., S. Keys. Slxinwri?Iar, Cliex Or WoanO , &-C. TI. 3onsiko, Saiiix. Re:i"o. Councillors retire in the order in which their naies are printed. 'The first retir illn in llAuglst next year and on each sic ceasing year.
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
ILE2ILS' OlJnEWS. -4-- YESTERDAY a deputation consisting of ropresentatives from the shire of Whitelsea and 11 other adjacent shires and Crs Downward and Soudte of the Mornington shire, waited on the Conmmissioners of Railways, asking him for an extension of the suburban radius. The Commuissioner re ceived the deputation most courtously, and after listening to the arguments brought forward, informed them that. as soon as the railways paid and warranted an ex tension of the suburban radius, it would be granted to them. Curiosity causes us to ask, when will thisbe? Echo answers when. ON Thursday. next, Mr J. Reynolds, bootmaker, Frankston, is to be married to Miss Scarborough: WeVo wish tlio. young couploi joy; buts wonder at'the : same -time wether ithe "Bells will ring nlerilly, There's another gone wrong." By yesterdays " Ag " we notice tlhat the Grenadier Guards have written to Colonel Price in reference to the Royal Military Tournament which is to take place in Eng land on the 18...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
OAPSULES? 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 Organs in either sex without inconvenience of any kind. GBuaxnT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRIMAULT'S VEGETABLE MATICO Jr o ' eCIOs and CAPSULES. Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are always effective. They insure rapid'and extraiodinary cure of severe recent, and chronic cases of dise.~ Tiley are used in the Ihospitals of Paris by tihe celebrated D)a. ILCOIR1), nd are found greatly superior to all remedies hitherto known. Gmnl.mr.T & Co., laris. Sold by all Chemists. GRILULT'S INDIA.N CIcARETTES OF CA1S.IIIS NIDIC.. lavse been tried in the l Iospitals and found to give imnmcdiate relief in all eases of ASTllMA NERVOUS COUGHIS.. 1HOARSNESS, LOSS OF VOTCO?. FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. GnRa.tULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. SICK HEADACHES, NELRA...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
.DbO.AtALYA. (;no?r oun owx CORREsPONDENT.) Iu upmy:.st eelcts. commruniciition,. I mentioned that: Droinaia was- being surfeited with conceits: and cnter tainments, no less thani three-of these in five days. I am glad to be able to report that all , thre were. decided successes. On Goody ·riday night; the W'sleyan Church Choir, of Clifton Hill, gave a sacred concert in the church of the siune denomination here, and succeeded in pleasing the audience which was a large one. On Easter Saturday, another concert was given in the Temperance Hall, in aid of a fund that will enable the people attending the Episcopalian Church. to commence buildinlg operations at some future time. this also was well attended. Then on Easter Tuesday the committee of the Mechanics' Institute held ani entertaiinolnt con sisting of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, etc., in aid of the Building Fund, and although the night was a wet one, the hlul was so well filled that additional seats had to be procur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
Notices .I B. VAN DEN HOUTEN, S; Professor of Music and Singing" Desires to inform the public of Frankston that he will visit Frankston to-day and overyj Saturday.i Terms £;e2: 2s in ad vance. Apply office of this paper. PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER BAY ST., FRANKSTON. L. W. GRAS SE T. M.E., British Horological ntitute. M C. Society of Arts, Geneva. F RANKSTON HAIRDRESSING ESTABLISHMENT. --J. . RA N K L YN, From Collins street, Ladie's and , Gentlemens' Hairdresser and ". Tobacconist. . Has commenced business in BA STREET, F?ANKSTON. Tobacco and Cigars of the best brands. Pipes repaired and Razore set. 'BARGAINS -FROM MELBOURNE ImportantiAnnouncement.; On Saturday, February 22nd,' 1890, the Melbourne Bargains Warehouse will be opened at the Premises recently occupied by Haynes & Co., MENTONE PARADE, MENTONE, With a great unreserved sale of Drapery, Outfitting, Underclothing, and Fancy Goods. For, full particulars see Circular. and do not fail to call as soon as possible. CW Note th...
CATHOLIC CHURCH CONCERT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
CATTIOLIC CHOBUJICF CO3TCERT R?LVKS TO. The above concert was held on the evening of Easter Monday. in the Mechanic's distitue before a large audlence, every available space in the hall being occupied, and tlhe pro moters of this venture in aid of their church, have crery reason to be satis fled and the result ' no doubt will mean a substaiti:il in crease to the church funds. Nro doubt the great source of. attraction on Monday evening was the visit of Signor and Signora Cov, who had most kindly given their services gratuitously for the occasion. To much praise cannot be given to those celebrated artistes whomn it is well known h-avenever allowed professional etiquette to stand in their way of rendering assistanco to the church to which they belong, or to the cause of charity. The pleasure of listening to this lady and gentleman must have been a source of delight to lovers of high class music. The writer has to confess that as he listened to them it brought back memories of the past ...
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
SC'INTIFIC AND fJSJFUL A verybrilliant light is obtained in China ' fromn candles-only of late years imported into Europe-made of wax supplied by insects speciidly reared through Clinese ingenuity. NVASEL?'? is said to be a good prc servative for eggs. The vaseline is melted with three per cent. of salicylic acid and rubbed on the eggs after they are thoroughly washed. The coating so given may be renewed after a while. As the air is thus thoroughly excluded, the eggs, if they are fresh to begin with, ought to keep good for a long time. TirE paper bottles now made in Paris are made up out of sheets of paper somewhat after the fmtshion of rocket cases, but . the cementing materialis amixture of blood, albunmen, lime, and ahunm. Neither water, wine, nor alcohol has any action on such bottles, and it is expected they will prove of great value to travellers, as there is little fear of breakage. A CH.\l(AiE RECOMMExDED.-For sharpening tools, instead of oil, which thickens and -smears the ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
CRICKET. A match will be played this afternoon between the first eloven and fifteen of the second eleven of the Frankston Crickot .Club. Teams will be chosen from the following :-First eleven-Green, Box (2), IMcCombe, Baxter, Sadlier, Kelso (2), iPhillips, Reynolds, Dean, Kinrado, and Chandler : second cloven - Bentiek (2), Box (2), Crosskell, Thos. Dean, Robinson, Mlonldy, Sutcliffe, Oliver, MleCombo (3), Patterson (cant.)
Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 12th APRIL, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
jliroiti fton $itmvudl d. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 12th APBIL, 1890. OxcC more the holiday season has passed away, and as far as the weather was concerned nothing better could have been desired by holiday seekers, but as usual there has been the same amount of grumbling by the public at the total failure on the part of the railway author ities to cope with the increase of travellers tlhat may reasonably be expected during every holiday season. How long ar the public of Victoria to be. conveyed from place to place in sheep and cattle trucks, herded together to.tlie entire discomfort of all. Year after year the same com plaints have been made, and the same answer given, viz., " Want of rolling stock." But instead of an improvement in the grievance as time rolls on a worse state of tiings seems to exist. At one time the department were satisfied by conveying their patrons to and fro in cattle trucks, but now these do not seem to be sufficient to meet...
LOCAL MARKETS. Tuesday; 8th April. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
LOCAL MARKETS. Tuesday; 8th April. Howard and Scott report:-Dairy cattle-Very'few yarded, and prices about the same, best milkers made to £10-10s; best springerslto £7. Pigs: The smallest supply we have had for a considerable time, no baconers, stores of stickers yarded, owing no double to the holidays; a few porkers in, wich sold readily at greatly advanced rates. Calves-Very small supply, and prices ruled high. We alsoroport having sold privately drafts of store cattle for Mr Thos Bell and Messrs Hudson and Mickio.
MORNINGTON REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
MIORING TUONS RE-GATTA. A regatta was held off Schnappcr Point on Saturday, under the auspices of the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria. The weather was fine, but the success of the regatta was somewhat mitigated against by the lanck of wind. Four yacht races were included in the pro glrame, for yanchts over anld under 10 tons, and for centre-plate yachts over and under 23 feet. The attrac tion of the meeting was the contest expected to take place between the "Wanderer. .Talnet, Secret Pert, lMiniehaha, andj Cooeeana, but the hopes raised in the minds of yachts men of being enabled to witness this rare event in Port Phillip sailing annals-a first class yacht race were doomed to dissapointment.. The owner. of .the .Tinet,- upon' learning that a centre boarder otild takeri part in.the. contest, thoughunder restric tions, \:ithdraew" his entry-, wlhilstfthd Wlanderer and 31iniellaha refused to compete for the same reason. I-lence there were only three boats left in the race. so doubt the co...
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN DIVORCE LAW LEGISLATION. April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (From the Melbourne Papers.) AUST?RALLIAN DIVORCE LAW LEGIS LATION. April 1. It has now transpired that the Imperial. authorities at first showed considerable hesitancy as to whether it should be recommended that the royal assent should be given to the Victorian Divorce Law Amendment Bill. Lord Derby, formerly Secretary of State for the Colonies, strongly urged that the measure should be accepted, and in view of his insistence, Lord Knutsford, Secretary of State for the Colonies, felt- compelled to make a favorable recolmmendation re garding the bill to his colleagues. ENGLAND AND GERMANY IN AFRICA. April. Sth. It is stated that the attachment of Emin Plasha to the German party in East Africa will lead to the British being forestalled by the Germans in securing the trade routes to the central lakes. MR H. 1M. STANLEY. April. Sth. M~r II. M. Stanley has started for Brussels via Brindisi. He is very indignant at -.British sportsmen destroying the.game in South Afric...