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MADAME ARABELLA GODDARD [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

,Sir (. Grovo, in a letter, says: iIt, will touich the hearts of ma;ny older readersc to bo told thali MCadame A'itabolla Goddard who'il' Ii y??:s gone by so. often ,charmed thlom with her. brillilnt' blrforiniiies on thei piano has beel for months confined to lier bed, and is now lying ill and in p:ain iand disabled not only. froin playing. ini piiblibc, lint frilm. the c'rceisa of teaching, on which her sulbsistence depeinds. .J.t is, alas ! the fuact. :ThisI lady', ?\vlio' iti ` our rIco?l t;iotis is associated with, one. of .lto liveliest. plea.?ure the inilid'can receive ,with youth, light aind briglltniesss ;ln thle Lpur'est anld strongest eimotion, will probably lover again rise from her. bell of siLffering.,,-[er: hulsband, tlie distinguishie imuisien:l critic. died soOia -years ago, and his widow is now all but dLstitirte, dependolt soly1 oni the ilnftcerstof the small : sumn of £200 ;':jsti gra; nted to her byl t1ho1'irst Lord of the Treasury.

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE MISSION TO AUSTRALIA. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS: (From the Meclbournce Papers.) TIlE MISSION TO AUSTIRALIA. April 21. ?r. .Tohn Dillon. 31.P.,. who ihai just retuhrid fronm Australia. where he went in ciinjunction with Sir Thomas Esumondec anid Mr Join D)easy i.P.'s, for the purpose of collecting funds in lid of the Houme Rule move ineit,; is now greatly improved in health. Mr D)ilhion states that lie iand his colleagues experienced no op position anmvwhere in Aiustralia except from the press ' of Melbourne.. The total mnoint collected in the colonies is stated at £310),000. AUSTRALIAN APPLES [N ENGLAND. April 21. The shipment of 3001) cases ,of Lsaiunanian aIples broughlt by the ]Peninsula .i . Oriental Company's I.3?.. OceaPmd;, hiiibeeni found to be in excellent eoindition.i 3MR JOHN DILLON ON ,AUSTRALIA. April 22. "i .ITohn IDillon ,[ 3[.1P.; alluding to his recclt visit to Australia, states tihat there is in appearance of general comtfort amoilgst all.. classes in the coloiiics :thait Iahe believes 'to be u...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

FRUIT GRO1VIXG IrDU.S'TRY. * 1 At a mceting of the Clines and 1 'Talbot District Agricultural Society 1 on the 1]0tll iist, 31. l:r Juckkill, iii pursuhiiimee of notice givden t laist meeting, lmoved thiat a coimmittee be apqpoinied to draw up a report on the I subject of the .carriage of fruit, with I a view of convening a conference of i agricultural and horticultural societies, i and to interview the M[inister of HRail ways on the t'iiiiater. ' Mr 'Bticknuill submitted a draft circular. setting 1 forth that it would. be of the utmost a bcuelit, both to the fruit groweris of I '\ictoria and the people of M1elboiirne, if the'Railway Cominissioners woiuld agree to adopt the following scheme, 1 viz:--l. To carry single cases :of fruit front any railway station ,to ;another iii victorira alt I.s acli. 2'. Tha:ta special.van be ,used for this purpose. and tliit it li r'in. say5 once or twice a week, oni specifliedl daysi right through to Melbourne froim up coluntry stations; o thus . a...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 26th APRIL, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

"Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 26th APRIL, 1890. the repredentativas'of the ,lpeoplh ,-will assenble in their places at PaRilment House, and no doubt many b of our brilliant orators are all ready turning over in their minds the fine speeches they intend. makiing to the astonish ment of their colleagues and constitu tents. Once more there will .be the annual Gubnatorial driver of His Ex cellency and suite from his. residence in the domain to meet his "' grave and reverend signorms " in parliameit as sembled, and again we shall hear his usual speech with the, many promises of bill to provide for all the ills and complaints of nmai. There will be the usual thanks given for mercies received and a desire shown for continued favors. The fact that it is the inten tion to call parliament to-gether at mn earlier date than was intended implies that a large amount of work will be attempted, and let us hope will be ac complished during the session without the annua...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

ITElMS OF NEWS. WE have great pleasure in informing our readers, that we waited on the pro prietor of the Uniqne Combine a few days ago, who informed us that the map of the Shire of Mornington is in a very forward state, and it is expected to be ready for issue in a fortnight time. The new map will contain all the latest data aind infor umation regarding properties throughott the Shire, and will be of great value for the infornmtion it will give. It will be issued to our snbscribers as a supplement, gratis. Persons being desirous of procuring a copy can do so by leaving their names with any of our agents, or by forwarding stamps to this office that will, cover the price of paper acd postage. IT will be seen elsewhere that a bazaar, is to be opened on the 1st prox., and' con tinned the twod following days, in aid of the building fund of the Roman Catholic Church, Frankston. From the number of gifts that have already been received and promised, the affair promises to be one of the mos...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

Fio' n ,oIoue -ow- CoRE?SLNO Ž?-T:) On Friday last our local butcher, 'Mr G. Perrott, had rather a serious loss, through the total destriction by fire of his boiling down establishment.' It appears that in thoi temporary absence of the emplove who was left in charge of the fire, the fat boiled over thus settihig fire to the' buildifig which was burnt to the ground. A quantity of fat -al6so lbeini desttrtyed The loss is greatly felt by Mr Perrott, who at the time, and at present is laid up with a serious illness.... Through the decease. of Mr W. L Paterson, who for' mi y :yers. held the position of Deputy Registrar for this district, Mr . 3. Flemnvng hits b.edni gizetted:iti-his place?. Since' his appointment; the last nalited'gentlenian has had rather, a brisk time of it, see ing 'that the number of births and deaths withili the last five , years, in this locality, his 'almost'doubleld. The weather still coimtniitcs 'vcry; fine,,. almost tool fine: for: the .agricul turists who are ...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

MORMINGTON. (Faoar OUR OWNv CoRsEsrPomnxT.) Conisideraiblo local interest was manifested on Tuesday at the couir over the :healing of i case of assault, the outcome of at midnight,brarwl that 'occurred at the Mornington `jetty the night prior to the Regatta, during which one of the parties were stabbed. Many, friends. of the accused. had accompanied him aid expressed them selves highly pleased at the decision of the bench in dismissing the case, some, considerablet tall swearmis was done in the giving of evidence. Good priiodr' hipr beo'gi 'ihideis;1 the contractor, Mr -Broadford, with the contract for metalling a portion of. the 'steep hill on the Dromana road, over Mt fMartha. Mr T H: 1Nolan, iof ;Main i sret, met with an unfortunate accident at the Mooroodue statioin on Thursday evening the 17th .inst slipping by iome nmaner; while getting into tl train, iiiind sitainiug a nasty fracturd of the leg just abo o the iinkle. Teniders have been called by the Government, for the additi...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

[1 7 cLEiGY1i.LS. CRANBOUENE. SA-noUT nine miles from Daiulenong is situated the little township of Cra1 bourie. Althouigh Cranbouirnc can boast of colsideiable 'ntiiithity iicdord ing' to Austradian reckoing, A.ustralia itself?4 bei a chil moamcii onig the iatiions,iitit hai not :inerieased its bo'dcrs to niy '? .'eat't exnttii he iih abitants appear to be veCi3 well iistisfied with theinselves omud bo1mt thit if inot th preitihst; Ci iibonilie is .one of timhe healthiest fonwli in .Yictoriih: ;'o doctor has beeti able to estdblihaifor hinmself a iirctice tleie. althouigh ! severdl hive: tried t'f do o o .consequenLtly. a:chcimists shop is. in required 1. 1 ;hnve' ever' jreason tofo believe the :locality is', exceedingly healthy li n0 feeliiig of weariness or lassitude; appear to trouble thoed who reside ithee, andi:to Ie uinde silh circunistailces .becomesi, ofp i fleatsurc. Tho townshlip is fully:oine mile, fIroi the railway station, but in this iespect the 'eople do iot complain...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

DROMA2XA. (FPqn oun owy CoiiurSPONDx?F T.) The contractors for, the jetty ex tension,l ir hin kinl ood' ':prress with their work, and the residents of Droinana should now commence to agitite for a further extension, as the. eighty feet which I believe is the extent of the present coitract will be useless. What we want to (do now is to move the Shire Counclil to iinter view the Coinmisoionler of Customs and to ask, for. another one hundred and'twentyý feet, this together with the present contract would lmake two hundred feet. Anything . less than this Will be of no use, as the steam boat canniot get the ineccsiaLy shelter. This fact . was pointll out to Mr Patterson, when' hle visited Dromatna last,.wintoi,.;and, thq dpcutation that Avai- tltti'ti,,'ltlnidtlihtth'iidcqiiilta -p rov?visio ould be. ibiade for the' steaiboiat, to lie at the jetty; in any ,weather. :However, ] believe if proper representations , are made to the Minister, that. we shall get what we -require, I understand ...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

.-.? ss :lacquer :`Clear ;'shellac' dis solved in nlinetyfive ;per; cent "alcohol', Settle'aod decane~t uthe lar I er. I:nT!ik'. which maiy, be pinteu 'ipon' brass or -zinc plat:es, and which ;iill resistl: lnriatie : aiidr .nitri%, ac idds: ,Chloride.of plitiint a :iiiiarter of',an ounce,' soft i :iter one .pint to be kept in glass mind usedivith-:a qiln pe? .. Dr,. T. Ifiinmaiin says thatair-dried horse- ehestiits 'are aboitas 'nutiitirtus as ibruised barley, anud'oltaiin onebpart; of proteids "to se.vei partis of noii proteids.. :It is to be noted that, like sweet chestints; they contain the largest:,t proportion iof..protcids ,,whein ,rown upon siliceous soils free, from lilme. Bread should be covered closely from the air. The pans wani t 'wipig oiee or tw ice r week; find thLeathining very hot. T'I'he bread miust not be 1ut nu again until the pan is cold, nor wiurm bread ever co iered iup. Baker's lire.d is often fouiid to acquire a mdost disarm 'cable s?iell' aid taste if thes...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday, 22nd April. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 22nd April. Howard and Saott report :-Dairy cattle-A moderate supply yarded, prices for both milkers and springers being about the sanme as last week. Pigs-A large supply of baconers, porkers, and suckers, but very few storeslforward; ligh baconers to 45s; porkers from 30s to 35; good stores to 18s; breeding sows to 47s; suckers and slips, 5s to 12s. Calves'-A fair supply, which sold well, especially good vealers.

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER I. EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

TilEa "DIA a cr.: x l TE B'f SAubEL rWAnIUEN 4,; QD CLf;(Authoi .of G!.i ii1V I'hn;nal·- f ;.· +ri I!I1AU HIIIUOI tLl'8 .: a Ximt, etigh;t'~ a ,h~k.~1O viiglln dot~lti te If '1axvwhrc t `°a iusuali' mitrý jveiry dwecaithtiud ii sea ch of: 3011 lshl(J Y:wihteic' I' tu ht; esecutv a I e?-:.l small cominissioli for my. Wiifei. Theie whole neighborhlood in front of the Operit House door exhibited the usual seeio of uproar, arising from,'clashiiig eariages :,l quii irrelsomie oei coachment I l.w? standiig at the box door, iitch iiig, with sickeliing feelings, the coin pa'ny descend ,from their. cirriages; when t bry.yý-tis:\hekll ./from1 the very centre of thie crowd of coachesi-" Run fora d(octor!" I rushed instantlyl to! the spot, at the peri' of o.my life, an ouncing my113 profession. I soon made' my way up -to .the open door of a carriage, ifrou-which issued.the moan-, ings of:di lfemaile; .evidintly in-'gre.at agony. The ae cdent wias this: A youn'g land had su'ddenly stretched lier...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 28TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

Racing fixtures 'for :next week:' MO3NDAT. 2SrTr APRIL. Entries for Melbourne Hunt Clnb meet ing 10th May . . Fntrics for .V.R.C. Queen's Birthday meeting 24th May. . Entries for Moonee Valley 8th May. Weights for Evelyn 2nd May. , - Weights for V.A.T.C. mceetingi 3rd May.. Weights for Portarlington 8th Ma1y. Acceptance and general entry for War namnbool A.T.C. meeting 30th April. TUESDAY, a nrH APRIL. SWarnamibool Steeplechase meeting first day. WEDNESnDAT; SOTi APRIL. Warnamnbool Amateur Turf Club meet ing.1 ' Narr Nar Goon meeting. Entries for Coleraine 24th May . TnVunsA, lsr MAY. Warnilýiibool ...Steeplechase .meeting. second d ay. P -2 -. FRIDAY, 2ND MAY. Evelyn meeting. SATURDAY, ?IaD MAY. V.A.T.C. meeting at Caulfield. Weights for Casterton 7th and 8th. VWeights for Runynede 14th. Acceptance for Barnawartha 7th. I noticed last week that ahorse at one of the meetings, Sydney side, had the appro priate name for this season of the year of "The Grip" and that lie also got lhome....

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MORNINGTON POLICE COURT (Tuesday 22nd April.) [Before Messrs J. C. Johnston, (Chairman), A. Downward, and A. Jones J.Ps.] [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

.IOIVRNIYGTO VPOLICE COURT (Tuesday 22nd April.) ..[Before nMessrs T. . C. Johnston, (Chairmian), A. Doiniiv(aid, mid A. *Tones .T.Ps.] : 'Police 'v. .T. ,Tainsein, unlawfudly wounding one C. Bellair ??'as altered by consent to one of commonoli assanllt. Seniori Constable Muriiiphy "irose cuted, Mr, Stephen ,;Junr.; appearing for .Tansen. George Bellair - sworn - I am a laborer and residenit' Morningthn, r? member the morning, of the 5th inst. was down at the jetty was stabbed by defendant while fighting with him. By Mr Stephen: was not' fighting previously with a man named Cunuing haun, could not sayr whether defenidant was sitting on combing of the jetty cutting up tobaeco, when .he went down to the jetty,: did not go up to defenldant and strike him, iadi say this is the b------ I am looking for. Yes! wore aring, was nothing peculiar about it, might have lit defendant with it over the eye, did: not kick him. Was not goinig about painting. the town red, called out to his brother an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

CAPSULES. These are now used in the Hospitals of Paris si pace of Copaiba, Cubebs and astringent liqus and wil cure in forty-eight hours all derangement of the Urinary Organs in either sex without inconvenience of any kind. GImatULT & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRIMAULT'S VEGETABLE MIATICO INJE?esON and CAPSULEo. Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are always 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 DR. RICORD, and are found greatly superior to all remedies hitherto known. Gria.amtu & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. GRIMAULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES OF CANNABIS INDICA. Have been tried in the Hospitals and found to give ir.icdiate relief in all oose of ASTHMA .ERVOUIS COUGHS. HOARSENESS, 'LOSS OF VOICE. FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. GRInAULTr & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. SCIK HEADACHES, NEURALGIA. A single ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

M ISS GILBERT, will deliver two Gospel Lectures,: in the'Vesleyan Church,.Morniiigton, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY evenings 1st 'and 2nd 1T3y, 1 conmmencing at 7.:0. 'Thulirsday evening 'iThe Gospel Picturei Gallery," Fridimy evening " The Lord's Post Office." 1TEN SHILLINGS REWARD .Lost STHJURSDAY,.on MIornington Road, t Water-proof Buggy Rug. Apply T. E. S R.\Iror. Dvcy's iRoad, off Mornington Road, Near Frankstou. LANGWARRIN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL ,3olh, 1890. At 12 O'Clock. Ct- .T. FOX has received instructions a from Mrs Elwood, who is leaving the district; to sell by public auction, on the above date, c XOUSEROLD'.-FUUN[TURE .4AD EFFECTS. Comprising: Singli . mod Doubly Beds, peits, Kitchent Dresser.Sof;s, tVo lW?i.,n CIiKteieu iand Diry Utensils. . Cows, Double-furrow. Plough, 2 Drays, Saddle, Sets Hairness, Fowls and Sundries:. : .. . . - . . I. ti-t'HOU'T . RESEVE., , --KST ?,ON - 1 LOUGH .\D H 1 ? 1RROW-r,'ORF "SObTIr ]1tlt If( N ro . ru, ,7; - G.ASKEIL,. Hrei Slou Ve Whlelri*Whi., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

Everyone Ought to Iistue A-gainst Fire. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, HEAD OFFICE: . *gCorner of COLLINS|AND MARKEI STREET, :MELBOURNE. .-...-... ...... .. .., . IDI ECTO S :. .. ..... TaoxAs Monums , Es., J.P., Chairman. G.D. CABTER, Es., M.P. Taos. Amsro?;EsQ.,J.P.;Vice-Chairman.' R. G. BENSON, Esq., J.P. M'ATHEW LNGo, Esq., J.P. (Mayor of Me ourne). . HON. C. J. HAM, M.L.C. LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIIUM. : RBush Fires and. Gas Explosions Covered Without Extra Charge.* WILLIAM MACREDIE, SSecretary.: bAgent for, Frankston-M-3AK BRODY. -Agent for 3Mornington-J. E. "WOaEar,. Professional. DR. STANLEY V. TREED, (LATE DB. A. M. WIL?INSON.) M.B., ct. Ch., B. May be Consulted at i FRANKSTON-THURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA-MONDAYS: 2 to 5. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. O: MERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at his Private Residence Mornington Daily. D8. STANILET V. TBEED, "Elimhtta,"o' VANCOUVER STREET HO'RNING"TON. A. H. STURDEE, SURGEON. (Successor to DR. ATKNss.) May be Consulted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

. :Bootmnakers. ýraln ?ston Bioot. Warelhouse.; J. REYNOLDS & CO, 'Pr AC!rICAL' BOOTMAKR And at SO3iERViLLE. - LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' .and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes alwvays on iand. Boots of, all Descriptions niiide to Order. 'Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work'k s 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.T TI0 N S. C. J. FOX & Co., Auctioneer, Land & Estate Agents. J. F O X Is Prepared to Conduct Auction Sales of Houses, Land, Furniture, Stock, &c., Ac., 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., LU(CTIONEE , :c. . -ar. S-REETa , FP ANKSTON. T. H. DAVEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSION .GENT, FRANESTON 'N conjunction w"ith the" principal 1Auctioneers in the City of TMelbourn...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

BIRTH. STURDEE.—On the 16th inst., at Tatiara, Frankston, the wife of A. HOBART STURDEE, M.R.C.S. Eng.—a son.  

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PRESENTATION TO MR. PHILLIP RENOUF. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

PHILLIP RENOUF.     The officers, and teachers of the Frankston Wesleyan Sabbath School feeling they could not allow their late supeintendant (sic) ; (who had been com- pelled to sever his connection with the school on account of failing health), to leave them without shewing their appreciation of his long services, held a social tea in the school-room, on Monday evening last, to which Mr Renouf, and the senior scholars, past and present, were invited. The cater ing, for the tea was carried out splendidly by Mr J.D.Box, and the       tea tables were ably presided over by the Misses McComb (2), Box, and Cameron; these ladies being most   mssiidols in their. atteliltious to tihosu After j hlst;ice had been done at the tea tlable, the room wais cleared, and the frielids assemnbled for tlhe ipurpose of prosCentillg. Mrr ellnoiiif :wmih.: - hbeautifilly ilhlatinlted 'addilid.e Thle Rev R<. O. Cook, s...

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