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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

(Fito outi owx COiIRESPODENT) (I t isbith great.gbetita -havoe to record the total destruction of Mr 'Plckerisllk;iYelirgulroienl rsie t trt tBhti on Saturday morning last. It is not known-how the accident occured, Mr Pickersgerll having been away in Melbourne. Nothing whatever was A footrace is to be run on Saturday the 26th inst., between James Hughes and George Morse?,fors 10 at ido Theriracemssto Ie\ ?rti on tI, oylmr riiinnsmg trc,. ý t tliot ack ý3.?achaih. is :niw finished and looks very well. rEitensinto improvements are also in progress at the same place which will greatly add to its convenience. During the winter months the building trade is likely to be pretty ,brisk here,,as' a good manylallotmientts of la'd have changed hands at satis factory prices. Mir Hosie, the proprietor of the Sorrento Hotel, in order to cope with the large increase of visitors annually intenids iaking e''tcensii? additions a'id ilteieitioils'during the winter, so that he may be prepared for the e...

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

JTASTLVGS `" (l.n\.?1 ovatt ows' Co0rEi:sP o ?uDET.) The rain .we hndave latelv,, has alredly 'gic the:grass a' start, the brown. and dried: up; appearance of the earth giving, place to an beautiful green .which gives promise,. should the weathier keep fine as at present, of plenty of grass to seele the horses and cattle.tlniogh' the winter,inothts .;. Great sympLathy is felt for Mrs Jno Watson, of Bungimyvah, through the death of her son Ernest, a hl;dsome an.d ;promising sou of 13 years, who, while' %e'i yg~ ing the ~laster holidays, by the eas ice, by sol'esueans gave his. leg a severe tilis'y i$lbirking. an .artery of his leg. Medical abasL ` .once called in, but without Th little 'sufferer succumbed to his iljuriesn a few days. ? i:'`al-l?ts held in them Radidg .RooMinoon.Faster Monday night, at ,which' some twenty five couples put nai:a ppeartuce, dallnlllg colm imenced iabout 9 clbock anid wias kept up with- unabated vigor and enjoyment untiltlhe iumll ho~ir of the lmorning. ...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER I. EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

THE DIARY of A LATE `PHYSICIAN. " Ten Thousand a Year.") CHAPTER I. '?' "?l·~~i i ,%, TRU(iGGrE58... "In God's liame, who are' you ? what brings you here ?" I inquired, or'raither;gasped-while my wife sat silent, trembling and Ilooking very faint. "Are you the gentlemani that is named' here ? " inquired on of .the men, in a civil and cvien coinpissionate tone-shewing inc a Writ issued: by oldtL ' 'fori the; .money TI owed hiil :My poor ~ifesaw my agitation. aild.the aervailt arrived just in' time to preserve her from falling, for she had fainted. I had her carried to bed, and was permitted to wait by her bedside for a few.moments; wheien, more dead tlihaialivd,'I surrendered myvself into the hands of the officers. "Lord, sir," said theiy, ts' I ialked6 beltween them, " this here is not, by no manner of means, an uncommon thing, d'ye see -tho' it's rather hard, too, to leave onie'sdininer ajld one's wife so Sudden! But you'll, no doubt, soon get bailed -aid then, you see, there's a l...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

SO1LERrlT.L. ILE. ;a~i . W: t (FRQD("oue. O ov i Ci.Es EN 1'T.?) \% itl regreieV1 have t iijinuiwo the de 't: e of M~r ]lrutigu: ajiig: old and rexpectei r1eidcnt of the district, who ;auee~Lnbed tob .tlie ·diseaso.. of 'typhoid-, -'. oil) ""Is~itu -i\;;tb:last : 'The~c deoaad ` entleteaun ` was . unr initting. in his attenition to thoso';wiso 'I!death` -' ihr t 1 i~o'riiiLaiiy. kccly :felt i .thtlhe dxstrjet ;t'. "gscat stuusibep ofu''Odesl lits;'c followed>; ,the seunaisi to their last"resting pli . '(&s%4`; fyfrmui{tar1 heiwii *'sitthieusd "au 'i~iatliugl.; ot Isc ar 3 as ,usual, the trees look sis:.s he uithy; coadition for .next y sear a crop with plenoYf frui .bud Ppartioi for hfiin o the young treesin the purserit e beingg carrried . 'the trees h imade good- owth this season.

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DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

DEIP UTATICONS. ---4-- Yesterday a deputationi from th' Morni ington Shiro, consisting of Crs Downward (President), Irvine, Box, Souter. Fox, and Mr Moors. the Secretary for the Shire, waited upon the Commissioner for Publi6 Works, to bring 'under his notice various works' required at the Morniihgton and Frankston jetties. In the absence of the member for tthe' district '(Dr L. L. Smith) who waks unavoidably absent, the deputation had to introduce- themselves. Cr Downward said that on behalf of Mornington heo wished to remind the Ministerth it soine nionths ago ,wvhilst it Mornington, he had promised that a sunm of money should be placed on the estimates and passed for the work, the necessary inm provemeoits had not been muade,? ifter tenders had been called for the work, it was then found there was no money avail able for the work, or that the moneyh.lad been already used. The ,, deputation wished hinm to have a sum of moneyplaced upon the estilisates, so thist' the jetty might if ...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday, 15th April. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

Sj ~LOCAL M KETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 15th April. Howard and Scott report: Dairy cattle A fai:slipply of both milkers and spring~rs, mostly iedidia qua ity quiotations;i ere about tie .samte, .with. exception of in ferior sorts, ' whicl were' very dull. Milkers sold up :to £8 lO10s; springers fromu £4' to £6. A few stoi;re cows yrded, sellingup to £3. ..Very few young, stock forwnard. Psi A la-?A e?~supplqy of all description forward; prices all round being firm. ,Baconers to 60s porkers, '.best to 34s; iiedinm to '28s d;' stores, forward pigs to. 27 ; medium to 20s; others from 12s.to 16s ,suckers to' 10s 6d. Calves-A, fair nuimber.penned, which sold ieadilyat low rates.' WVe also report having held our uslal' monthly sales it Cranbouri nianid Tanti, a'lar?o numlier of stock' chaiingin hands at satisfactory prices

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. i TrIE Ownr D u 1? I Furr G.tCRDEN The supplies of apples and pears are still abundant, and most of the siunples" brought to market:' are of great excellence, especially those grown in cooler districts, while quinces are so abundant that they are likely 1 s-oon to cause a glut in the market, With some exceptions, the weather has been favorable for the vintage, which is getting rapidly over in the 1 earlier districts, and the results are generally good. Although. trenching the soil for fruit trees is requisite wherever the soil is poor, ont rich alluvial or other soils trenching is not necessary. Trenching has. been con denmucd by some English gardeners, a as dloing generally more harm than good, but the case is quite different in this climate. There climate` con ditions require that the roots should be kept near the surface, but the reverse is the case here, for nidess the roots can go deep into the soil they are bound to suffer more or less from t droughtat ...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 21ST APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

SPORTINLG JfNOTE [B' Ernax Irian.];; ? S MONDAY, 21r APRIL. Allandalo'and M?oneeValley meetings. Entriesfor Nar Nar Goon, 30th; entries for.Barniwartha, 7thMay'; acceptance and generilo entry for Mahisbiry 23rd; weights for Bowes Tattersalls, 24th. TUESDAY, 22ND APRIL. Entries for -Waggr Amateur Club, 24th; `weights for MIentone nieting, 26th. ' 'WEDNESDAYS 23RD APRIL. Kilmoro Hiberi.an Raccs, Malmsbury meeting ; entries.. for.. Portarlington, 8th May; weights for W;age A.C. meeting THURSDAY, 24TH APRIL. Wagj i Amiateur Club m'eetin~' Bowes Tattersalls meeting; weights for Barnaw artha, 7th May. FRIDAY, 25TH APRIL. Weights for Nar Nar Goon, 30th. SATURDAY, 26TH APRIL. 'Mentone nieeting?f nomninations for Runyniede, May, 14th. The Australian Jockey. Club's: meeting, ns' bronght to a termination on Saturday, and ranks amongst the best meetings ever held at Randwick. In point of attendance there were more visitors than ever previ ously. The racing on the whole four days was good; Carbi...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. April 14 3. 30 PM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. (Fronm the Mcebourne Papers.) THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. April 14 3. 30 rat. Mr W. L. Murdoch the captain of the Australian: Eleven now on . their. wayto Englanid. has arrived in London. He hia sbeen intervieed' on behalf of several iiewiipapers and indigniatly condemned the insinuations, which have been made that Australian cricketers as mere gate-money seekeis. He asserts that the Ausralian are only moved.by areal feeliig of sport, and that the insinuation as to their being money grubbers is as unjust as it is untrue. GERMANY AND THE CONGO FREE STATE. April. 14. It is reported that Germany has offered King Leopold+ of Belguim 100,000,000f. for the territories and priviliges of ithe Coigo" Fee State, and that the offer has been refused. EMIN PASHA Emnin Pasha has stated that the prin cipal cause of his entering the service of Germany -was disappointment at not obtaining employment in the service of Great Britain. THE SITUATION IN THE SOUDAN. April. 14. Travellers...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

.ITEMJS OF TINT1'1RES;. .The -laburninm tree 'was brought' froli Tl ngiary in 1 n. The passion flower w;is introduced. fromii the l3razils?il 16 9). ThIe newest pepper anid snlt boxes. are eunmelled to represent plover :1anda other' egg.4. These ire really lovely. A 19 erchant ". imported. into Australia somOe ' thousiauds 'of lprim roses in sinall pit ', aind sold thel at" very high prices, as home rcminiscenses The Englishli primrison ima real English earthl were:.a bit ot the.old, country! . miedic il paler is thc frietid of thli Christmnas pluhniiuddii,, and imakes this statement in its favor L-" Middle aged prejudice is..unusuihly severe against plum pudding.; yet this articei is ia hintghl effcieni t food, yielding . force clAiiilident to 2*50 foot' toiis.'?. Sbine.iltighit cnll it, eivii' ifte? thidat certificate, just : trifle heavy.. : Mfatthew rii iild :ix diii'co)ver1ed thait the gi?it :wait of. the .iFeichlii morality; the German, civil courage; and of the English, lucid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

CAPSULESP .Tese are now used in the Hoepitals of Paris in placeof Copaiba, Cnbebs and astringent iqnuds and ll cure in forty-eight hours all derangement of the Urinary Organs in either sex without inconvenience of any kind. Gamxaunr A Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. G(RIMAULTB VEGETABLE MATICO INJEsrroN and CAPSULES. Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are alway effective. They Insure rapid and extraordinary cure of severe recent, and chronic cases of disease. They are used in the Hospitals of Paris by the celebrated D. RICORD, and are found greatly superior to all remedies hitherto known. GmONurLT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRI LAULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES OF CANNABIS ISDICA. Have been tried in the Hospitals and found to give immediate relief in all eases of ASTHMA NERVOUS COUGHS. HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE, FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. G?RmAULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. SICK HEADACHES, NEURALGIA. A t single Powder of GR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

Everyone Oui li t lo'Insure4 THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY Or AUSTRALASIA, (LIMTED.) HEAD OFFICE: E!Cornerrof COLLI1SIAND dMARKE'STREETS,. LEOURN1r1EL -- .DIRECTORS . Taoua,SouBata, ESQ., P Chairman. G. D. CATER, EsQ., M.P. Taos.A Asi ,Esh.;J.P:, Vice Chairmai.' I . G. BEsoN, Esq., J.P. ,anT?Evw LANG, Esq., J.P. (Mayor of -Melbonirng Rox:Oa..CJ.Jhn,.L.C:.. LOWEST., r.URENT RATES OF PREM TUM. LBush Fires and Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge. A,. ('f - : .IILLIAM MAChEDIE, Agent fo PFr kaon jiLM.u1no BuonR. Agent for Mornington-J. E. WonnREL. :. ) Professional. ': Notices. " (A CARD.) DR:' STANLEY' iVY: THEED, (LATE DR. A, M. WILTINSON.) May be Consulted at ?KS STONW-' THURSDAYS : 2 to 5. DROMANA-MONDAYS: 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS -1 to i.' 1:' And at his Private Residence Mornington iDaily.", DB. STANILEY V. TEEED, "Elimhtti. "I VANCOUVER STREET [CARD.] A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. ((Successor to DR. ATKINS.) May be Consulted Daily at his Residence, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

B ...; Is0ootniakers.,;' Fra ston Boot 'Warehouse. J. REYNOLDS &.CO.,. PRACTICA'L-' BOOTMAKERS, 1 PLAINSx STEEEST" FISANKETON.,"3''''i` LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' iand Gentlemen's Boots and' Shoes ' always on hand. Boots' of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. I Hand Swni ;Work' a Specialty. . Repairs Neatly Executed.: MELBOURNE :PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Ready Made Stock always on Hand. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. A U C TIONS . C. J. FO X & Co., lAuetioneer, Laind & Estate Agents. J. F O - X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Lind, Fuiniture, Stock, &c., &e., 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, -.- : AUCTIONEERy, -c,,-," a.. BAr STREET, FRANK STON. T. H. DAYVEY, :.'ESTATE AND, COMMISSION 'AGENT, FRANESTON. N1 conjunction with ...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 19th APRIL, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." SPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. .19th' APRIL, 1890. O.n of the many useful and pro ductive iidustries, that :ire to be found in Victoria, are the Bay Fisheries, but although from- this : souirce alone numnerous families are maintained, besides being a considerable source of income to the 'state, there is no in dustry that to all appearance receives less attention' or encouragement iit the hands of the authorities, than the fishermen at the various ports around our,coasts.. The class of men generally employed in thi~ -ork, with' ery fe\n exceptions, are steady, honest.? and industrious, aiid man3a reasonts mgay be advanced; ?'hy, theeo men siilid'ildh.lve more consideratioin gieni them. In the first place their wvrk is surrounded iith 'a considcr ible 'amount of iisk,' they have a.large amount of c necumu Iated capital;,invested in their enter prise, anti agail it is fionts this source that the people of tle colony.arelagely dependant for a very necessar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

"I wonoder, Miss " said ia customei at a liaitry-cook's ?iholi to tlhe rebe at the counter,? .' that the- sight of :so many deliccies does iiot insp?e you with a desire to taste them." "You forget, sir," eplied, the young lady, chillingly," tlat I see them made." There is in e -er true w6ona'wis heart a spark of he venly fire;. which beams and blazes in the dark! hour bf adiersityi CLobbs: Did the oldgentlemen leave iiinuch when he ldie ?, ' 7lobls : ' Ie left the earth.: What more could I expect.? If the doctor orders hark. hs not th'e atiLt a right to'r?r ? 'Ki? owlede hik . oie~ i-ncreases our responsibility in prliportii to the amount obtained 1 t dnLa i1 di T0 LET OR SELL.-Eight room1ed y .Brick VillaYApply. Offico of rthis TO LET. Four-roomed Furnished Cottage, every convenience, in Wil ltmi Street. Rent, low.:: "Apply offico of this paper NEW SHOPS in Bay Street, also Cottages. For ,particulars apply J. J. COURTNEY, "Corangamite," Henry street, HIawthorn Keys to view at Mr Fe...

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PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. (Communicated.) SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. Present—Crs Harbison (president), Hoddinott, Anderson, Hogan, West and Tulloch. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

P IIILLI.P ISL AYD S1lliRJE coUNIxL. 0 . ' (Conuu n ."ict "l<.).' S.ýturan3y,. Arlsur; 12, .:1S90.. . Preieit-Crs larbison (president', Hoildiliotf, Aiide'rsn, Hogan, :-.a\resdt andiTulloch. i? . ;: COIRIESI'ONDENCE. ',FromUndeiTr' n l reasurei, remittilg £82 as equivalent for license fees. Received. I -iron--Public Heealthl-Deparntmentr in reference to the.gazetting, of trust res'for the Cdiwes ccmetecry' 'ee6ie d. From same, asking for infornnmation iec then outbreak of dipihtheria? at;Bass stato' school- Received. From Public Works Department, askini if iliniinsidis of People's UHil, Bridge Creek. were iii. accordance with the Board of Health. The presi dent"F?ipliiin~d d ; th;bat-trie "doors`';?ilid windows must be iccording to the regulations, and theliBoard assured of the .requirements of the Act being carried-out. 'It was resolved; on the motion of Crs Anderson and Hod dinott, that the i re?iiest'" bb: complied with. ..From Secretary of Lands, intimat ing that any ...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

* )LINDBB S (FIROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) SThe, fietitior.?.. to ( th9 ?Hinister." f) Justue; requestuig the appointment of Xr W..egrau.e as J.].. .lsbecu. acknowledged by the Crowiii Lir De partment, and a promiso given that the matter will receive due attention. ve-Wehave -haid a taoue-of-wintry weather, reminidng us that the autumn is on the wane. The grass is sprinm iing up ,fresh and green ind inusk rooms naiy L made hir aIppegrnnee. I ventureoto,suggestethatc the road fronting thle r??uindelrs, HIotel,, ,would shew to bettei rdvantae if the stumips, which have bedii:" ubbed and left lyinmgon the'roi'dsid 6,~ind!deid , 'trees and debris; were gathered inti' a heap and burnt. The present untidiness is aptet j lni'jUdibe visitors ",ainist the : The Balnarring Gricketers, have not been hete to ilply th&dr final mIatch With Plinders,but I believe they intend coming one St?l?urdti' u?uiring this mouth. ia ,

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. CHIROMANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

scIEf TIFIC iL D UITSEFUL. CIIIIROM.LNCY. In its rem?,uirks 11pon1 Plalli'stry, or Chiromancy, the " atirday ] Review gives'the following intere.stiing dIta. *- Open the left hand. HIal-way between the thunb andforelinger there begins, on the very edge of the pali;, ai line which runsyin a',qiiurter :circle to the middle of wrist. 'his is the famous Line of Life. If it be unibroken and clearly marked, it indicates long life and health.' Froin the saute point joining it another line ruts through the niddle of thle alm This 'is :the Line of the ead .or., of Intellect. Almost parallel siith it theici is i third line beginning on the other side below 10welldeilopdc1 to tl :ootb h of'the fore finger. This is the Line ofthe.l[ Heart. If clear, deep. amd ccun, it indicates a good cap:acity for honoi;able love aind w-arm affections. .It is most fuavoirable when this line. as well ias, that. of the head, have it fork or branch at the end. From the Line _of,Life' at the wrist there asceiids a...

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EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

EPSOM RACES     Deightful weathe favored the aitleriigof thi Ep0som Racii'g Club,. lich W~as held on Wednesday, :and there Waiis a fairly good attendance. The proibralnine wa; iery successfully gone through, two. of- the finishes that for the Selling Hurdle Race, in which Ace beat Bonnie Chester, and that for the Lisdillon Handica:p, in wihichii hAldnidiC:? hlieat: Hoganaynn - were particularly exciting. The two sellingRacces lef~'aitirplus iof :£260"tii the funds of the club. On returning from Epsorih; .twio ell-known racing officials, 11r Georre .Yowles, the the judge, had-a'nAarrdw )escape from serious injury .through a reckless driver running.into and, smashisng the vehidcl iii',liich' they 'ere rturiidring to the station. The .results of the races were as follows -: ' ,ELtNO GHUDLe : BALE; .} . Of 70 sovs. Special weights. About one , , nile and a half.. Mr T. Bouchier's b . Ace, by The Ace, aged, lost, nil (F. Cubitt) ,.. . .,F 1 Mr J. Gardner'sch g B...

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MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 19 April 1890

---+--- An event which has been looked forward to with interest for some time past. came off on Thursday last in St Paul's Church of England, Frankston: The occasion being the wedding of Mr John Reynolds to Miss Mary Anne Scarborough. The bride was   led to the alter by her father, accom- panied by four bridesmaids,--Miss Scarborough, Miss Elizabeth Scar- borough, sisters of the bride, Miss Clarke and Miss Eva Clarke, cousins of the bride. and two little train bearers,--Miss Minnie Murray and Miss Hannah Murray. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev A. P. McFarlane and when the usual questions were put, the bride answered them in a firm voice which did her credit. The church was decorated for the occasion, and presented quite a gay and festive appearance. After the ceremony the" Wedding March" was played and the bell rang merrily. The happy couple then adjourned to the residence of the brides parents, and after the wedding breakfast they left Frankston by the 7.55 train...

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