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FAMILY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
FAM, ILY .1E 1 2'?ES. "Boast of the day in tlie evening" is a Russian proverb. A just economyisnotniggar:dliness; one need not be a niser - in avoiding the extravagance of a spendthrift. ce ought not to judge other people by their beliefs, beecase we do not know how they have been brought about ; but we may jusily apply the crucial test to our own views,- and honor or dishonor them accordingly. .Friendship has a noble effect npon all states alnd conditions. It relieves our cares, raises our hopes, :nd abates, our fears. A friend who relates his success talks himself into a new plclasure, aii, by -oiening his mis fortunes; leaves part of them behind h im .• The home is the crystal of society, the nucleus of ,national character;: and frnio thit source, be it pure or tainted, issuctie Ihabits, principles, :id mnaxims which govern publie as well as priviate life. The nation collmes Lfrom.- the nursery; public opinion itself is for. the most part the' outgrowtih of the home; anld the bes...
SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 14TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
sroPivlTIcG NROTES. Racing . fixtnreds ".for "next' wece := SMNDAxY, 14T1 APRIL. Entries foit Moiitone Bowes Tattersalls; Cranbourne, and Kilmore. TUESDAY', lITev APRIL. First" day of Hawkesbury meeting, acceptance and general entry Nowstead. W sEDNESDAn , 16rTH APRIL. Epsomn meeting, Newstead meeting, Weights for Cranbourne. . TIUrtSDeAy, 17Te APRIL. Second day of Hawkesbury meeting. SATURDAY, 1sTHI APRIL. Cranbourne meeting, acceptance for I(ilmore. The Easter holidays always brings its plethora of racing and other sport, and is a period very busy to racing men, this Easter lhas been no exception in this re spect. Last Saturday we had the V.A.T.C. meeting at Caulfield, and despite the counter attractions at Langwarrin and other places, the attendance was good, six events comprised the day's racing. In the Two Yeatr Old event, the consistent Wiora was made favorite, but was beaten by The Bud, distance, 5 furlongs; time iein. seec. W'iora has lately skipped over the same distance in...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
F "RUIT GRO TW G I; D US'TR F It is to be hoped that planters of fruit trees will, in .future, adopt the advice given by Mv r Larsen to allow their trees gre?ter space than is gener ally the case; his opinion is that the trees should not be less than 2 feeoot apart, with peach and other early bearing fruit trees between. He might even have. proposed a greater distance for apples and pear s; in the United States very- few trees are planted less thaui 80 feet apart, even where irrigation is not practised, and irrigated trees should certainly,.be allowed a greater space; than 'those, more .cspeeially '~ihere. iititniediate treesiar:.p phiitd also. Those : who liave seen old apple or I:pear trees oii suitabl soil and .staiding' siligly' either in the old: coutvry or in the colonyiv;will iidmit thata. circle of 30 feet diameter may be eaisily covered. Besides, trees require iiirie 'all sides; for if growing into or reven touching' .each other, there nmust be a loss of fruit therefore a' ...
THE CAMP AT LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
TILE UAI'JIM AT L2VG ---+--- Onice more the Easter oncampment is a thing of the past and the re suits obtained have been satisfactory to all, the instruction imparted and the experience gained will, no doubt, prove of grcat practical value to the men. Anyone visiting the amp ground could not hell, being struck, with the great.improvcments tliit have' lceen manl6o driig time eani, and, no doubt, those who will be again permitted to visit the camp o year hence will see still greater improve merits. Tlhronugll .the kindness of Ma30r Otterin proeCing us a: plas we weoroenabled to pass iianmd out of the linies uinlollestdd ail was br this me:ns able to see miore than we smhould. have done otherwise. It would hbeo quite possible to write a grcat deal about the sights soon, and we feel teinmpted to do so but must forbear, tie daily papors having swritten fully upomn the subject, but we cannot hlelp saying alittle about the 'VicoriaUn Rangers. This corps as is eoil known s :+ young olne, bu...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
.AEOBJNIYGTON ---+--- (F1no" r oUn ows CoitIrseoNNDENr.) SThe Regatta held at qMorintoi on Sattidayras ;ii greas't success owing to bhe: ultiiin cigIergyoft tcHoeon'.See M?r H. E. oors, togetlher wi?ith ;essrs Irvine, Gioice?, WVorrell, Miartini and otherb members of the committee, who doine theiir utmost to please everyone, nild ddeserve g;eat credit for the pleasure miid amnusement afforded. to the oillookeis. IThe sight 1preented iabont the. j.tty o0n Saturday morning with a' fleet of 50 or 60 boats ini view, froin the splendid well formedr yachts, to the unpreteiitious fishing smack, all flyig; their: colois, soime being decked withl biniiting from Istem to stern, aiid is soniethliig to be- emnem bered.-: The weather was beautifully fine, ith ljust m nice brece blowing, all :the eventsl being ,got off x~ell up to tiiioie: ?oliie isplcidid llnishbes- being thie ' are ult; .Mhich auniuseinen?t was caused by the Uinbrcllht ,Dingy races, nihd the f?rantic plunges ,of tho cori i'tito...
THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER I. EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
THE DIARlY OFr A LATE PHYSICIAN. --t-+ B]r SAMruEL, ,VTarAEx; D.C.L. (Author of "' Tei Thousand a Year.") CHAPTER T. E"AiTY STRILT(iiLES.' About ten mlniiiutes afterwards a carriage drore ulp there 'was aI bustle on the stairs, aid in the hall. .1 lihard a voice, saying, " If Lord - calls, tell hilim I am gone to his house ;" in a few. moments, the steps of the carriage were let down--the carriage drorveoff-and all wa'l s quie. Once more I rung. "Is Sir now at libeirtVy ? " Oh! lie's gone out, sir, ' said the name servant, who hid twice before answered my summons. TIhe valet then entered. I asiked hiii, itll. lips quirering with indignation, why I had not seen ,Sir n -? I; was given to uiderstanid thit my?card ihad been been sho6ti " thid 1Baioliet-that lie said, "'I''e iio time to attend,to this person," or words to that effect-and had lcft his house without deigning to. notico 1me!' Writhout utteriilg ' iorle than " Shoiw: me the door, sir," to the scanit, Itok iy dl rte, departur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
Everyo ??e Ought. to Insure _Against Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LutrrED. HEAD OFFICE: If!Corner'of COLLINSIAND IMARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS THoxAs MournY, EsQ., J.P., Chairman. . D. CARTEu, ESQ.; M.P. THos?i .: o-;EsQ., ;,;'Vice-Chairman. R..G. BENSON? Esq., J.P. MATTrE GA , ESQ., J.P. P (Mayor of Melboi?ne) Ho~ C. J. Ha?, M.L.C. " ::-LOWEST. CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. ;Bu :Fires, and ;.Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. T .ILLIA.I "IACREDIE, ' I ! - " . Secretary.. A enti Franklstou-- LuLK nonDr.. .Agent for Mornington=--T B. E.WonnELrr. Prf Pessioial. D S LEY-'_ ' TREED, 1---'.:-(JI DB~ A. . W .KINSON .) M.B., it Ch., B May be Consulted :1t 'I STON- TH[URFSDAYS.: 2 to 5. DROMNA M-- ONDAYS: 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2'to '. SOMERVILLE--FRIDKYS-11.to 1. And at.his. Private Residence 3Tornington I Daily.' DR, STANLEY V, TREED, . " Eliinattal"j ; .ANCOUVER STREET . "' .Rt NE NGT0-N. - [CARD.] S.!A. 'H. STURDEE, SURGEON. 1(Successor to Da. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
Bootmlakers. Frankston Boot Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS & CO., PRACTICAL BOOTMAIKERS, PLATN STaRELT=lRET, STO NT. . A LLRGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Executed. MELBOURNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Ready Made Stock always on Hland. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. AUCTI0IN S. C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer, Land & E:state Agents. J. F 0 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 en trusted to him. Agent for the Imperial Insurance Co. Rents and Debts Collected. C. J. FOX & Co., TAUTIO?IMEEI, L ., . Iar ST?E?sW, FRA NKSTON. T. 1H. DAVEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT, .FEANESTON, N conjunction with the principal Auctioneers in tlhe City of Melbourne, is ...
SORRENTO ANNUAL EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
SORRER.TO A1. .EAU11L Ii4STEh! SPOR? S'. -----+--- The al. ove sports were held on Moilnday lst, (Easter bMonda:), before a large gathering of people. The military and nav'al operations in .the Ieighborhood having attracted a inuch larger number of visitors titan usual, who also took the opportmunitv of witnessing the sports that were taking place int the neighborhood. The vari outs events on the programtnum were well contested, and the greatest inter est was displayed in the proceedings. The Conmmittee ably assisted by their energetic Secretary (Mr E. Clark), were indefatigable in their endeavors to 1bring about; a satisfactory result, andl can be complimented on their efforts. Appended are the results of the different items oni the pro g1attttt: $tI Maiden Plate, 1st prize 30s, 2nd 10s \W. Sutton ... ... 1 JTas Cain ... E. Alorco ... ... 3 Eight started. Quoit Match, 1st prize 30s, 2nd 10s. 3. MIorce and IH. Watts (drawfi gauno.) G. 3Iorco and IV. 'O'Keefo (divided the stakes.) Tw...
COWES ANNUAL SPORTS. PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
COW TES ANVUAL SPORTS. PHILLIP ISLAND. . The above o sports took' place on Easter M\onday, before a large gather ing of people. .The 'weather. was all that could have'beni desired,' and the various eventi were well contested, and the greatest interest taken in the proceedings, and the manner in which the cniminittce worked, ably assistedb, y their hon. secretary Mir R. Blaikie, and A. E. West, treasurer, reflected great credit on them, great satisfaction being given to :all. All to-gether the amount paid in prizes was £35 8s Gd. . . PROGRs~ H. Maiden Plate, (Islanders only) 100 yards 1st prize £1, 2nd 10s, 3rd 2s Cd. T. Dwyer 1, J. Sheen 2, A. Smith 3. 4 started. Flat Race, (all comers) 150, 300, and 400 yards, 1st prize £3, 2nd £1 10s. i Wright 7 points,'D wyer 7 points, Simlp son 3 points.. . WTVightl nd ; Dwyer agreed to divide first and second money. Handicap Flat Race. for boys under 17, lst prize 10s, 2nd Os, 3rd ls. J. West 1. F. Butler 2, E. O'Brien 3. 4 started. SWalking Gr...
SELECT POETRY. THE HILL PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
SELECT .POETRY. THIE IHILL PATI. (BU Dunlcan Campbell Scott.) ARn the little breezes blind, They that push me as they pass? Do they search the tangled grass For some path they want to find? Take my fingers, little wind;. You are all alone, and I Am alone too. I will guide, You will follows r we will go By a pathway that I know Leading down the steep hillside,. Past the little sharp-lipped pools, Shrunken with the smnuner suin, Where the sparrows come to drink And we'll scare the little birds, Coming on them -unawares, And the daisies every one We will startle on the brink, Of a doze. (Gently, gently, little wind.) Very soon a wood we'll see, There Ily lover waits for moe. (Go more gently, little wind, You should follow soft, behind.) You will hear my lover say Ilow lie loves me night and daty, But hiis words youn must not tell To the other little winds, For they all might come to hear, And might rustle through the wood, And disturb the solitude. (Blow more softly, little wind, You a...
THE FRANKSTON FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 April 1890
THIE FRANKSTON FOOTBALL CLUB. With the advent of winter the bat and the ball are laid aside and our young athletes do their best to get into good form for the rougher, though just as manly, game of football. The Frankston boys are still young at the game, so to speak, but their success during their short career of three years has been most encouraging. Out of 38 matches played during that time they have succeeded in winning 28, losing 6 and drawing 4, which speaks volumns for them. The com- ing season promises to be as success- ful as ever, as most of the old players will don the red and black again, in addition to whom we have several new men and also some very promising juniors who will have a good trial. Everybody would be glad to see Westaway back once more after his recent accident and his more recent misfortune, our friend, Jimmy Major will once more astonish the crowd with his brilliant play, while Kemp who showed such fine form last year, will again do service for Frankston,...
PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890
PHIIILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAsMA. Meets at Grantville the Saturday nearest full moon. PIIESI)ENT: Wmu. Harbison, J.P. COUxcILLORns: island Riding-W. Huarbison. J.P.; T. McFee, J.P., John West. Woolanai Riding-J. Daly, P. Anderson, James Hoddinott, J.P. Corinella Riding-J. C. Tullock, James Clarke, J.P., S. Kdys: SECRsWART, CLE.K OF WVoRKa, &c. H. Bonwick, Saun. Remo. Councillors retire in the order in which their names are printed. The first retir ing in August next year and on each suc ceeding year.
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890
2 FLINDERS AND KCLNGERONG. Meets at Drosman:t tl:e last Saturday in each mllonth. PREs:DE T: A. Downward, J.P. COUNCI LLOI : East Ridin--D. 3Hairs, J.P., A. Down ward, J.'., R. Stanley. Cntrre Riding- -. - iladry, J. C. Grifliths, W. Brown. West ]Riding-W. Patterson, R. Anderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECI(!.IIETAY : Peter Nowlan. T.asulBunr.s T. B. M?nniz.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. NORNINGTON. Meets in Mornington Shire Hall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. COUNCILLOaR : North Bidin-J.. D.-Brox, C:outcr;7J.PI' and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding-H. H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. M. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRETARY AND ENGINEER: H. E. Moors (Mornington).
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890
ITERIN OF VEWS. , ON Wednesday last a new portableoen gino of 14 horse poer was taken through Frankston en route for Mooraduc. This engine the ,makers.of whichlis.,thewell known firm of Rai'so .aldwSiis; is a double cylindered"~'ne'i~ind?'itol?u~Iib sed at the stone crushing works of David Munro, and Co. Pr . bI l hJ n1 by. our, advertiisng coliunis that tilecoumnttce of theR`mian Catholic Church, Frankston, intend hold holding, a bazaar in aid of the building funds of.th'clu],Lo t thin'.Ist, 2nu aid. 3rd of May. We are informed that liberal donations have been handed in and a great success is anticipated. Tho local colpany o y?ictorian'.RB gers;" will pa?s-ide siide+rMa jor Otte,,rt }.ianks--.' ton, next Saturday afternoon, whenh laaitgd muster of the company is expecte'd?t4"hAt'a meeting of the Rifle Club, held in the orderly room, Chellenham, on Thursday; it was announced that Sergeant Hawker, was the winner of the cup, that uid been lately fired for. It is exoected that nMajor O...
MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890
JNOINlBYGTONT ,I Pc are enloy!lg beauifut tutu m weather quite typial of .the seasoni the imorniings and evenings' have a chilly'feel;' rei'iihdi,' iius thliatt the dull time of winter is fast approaching. inc the g the genial hes that hiive fallen, the. . counitry t",is -:'assuiing a pleanant grceness, vegetation sprinig ing up.. ntipidly':1 Cqmtplaints u,, are numerous in tlie babk cotiltry, of the scariity, of: water for stoei; 'uiota ?dfit ciciet raini hiving yetfalleii to replenish the ,damsi, aid wattor,holes whitlhis become dry. through the ylininier, - j.a Gri'ip , seems to have made its appearance, several ciimplaiinig amd appareoitly shoi'igg hlijuenia synp)) tons. Th'1'e.~ frilmudslif 3Jr , N . Adiams ill regmet ,toe?Harth at he has, been -onitiued to lhs lbed for the ;pa'st week, `report say s suffering fionii the comiplaint, The building trade s.eeilis pretty brisk jqist at present, good.: rogeris li, being mg de with the Voninernial bank. 31r (Toinai?i,'f -iii fi, sit?...