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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

Draught Stalons. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE, IMEROVER, Will STA?n this Season at ST. GERMAI S. TI PROVER. is a dark bay, rising 3 years old. SSIRE : Cowden Prince, by BlnackPrince (imp.); dam by Cowden Lad (imported); g. dam by Ben Lomond (imported); g.g. dam imported by R. Brodie. DAn : Violet, by Ferguson's Clyde, the champion horse of Adelaide; her dam, Blossom, by Improver; g. dam Diamond, which was first prize-taker, in Adelaide for three years. TERMS-E- for tnares paddokeld; £3 for mrares led to the horse. One infiregiven in. All care, but no responsibility. 71ced ALEX. PATTERSON. The Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion Mat chles as, Will Stand this Season at ROSEBANK, One Mile from Cranbourne. MT ATCHLESS' sire is Prince Charlie (imp.), V.1 champion horse of his day, his dam beingthe champion mare of Scotland and Victoria-Princess Maude the First (imp.) Matchless is winner of 9 first prizes, and his stock have won more prizes than any other horse in the district. lie is a sure foa...

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THE MISER'S BEQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

THE MISER'S BEQUEST. The hour-hand of Philip Acre's old-fashioned silver watch was pointing to the figure eight-the snug red curtains shut, out the rain and darkness of the March night, and the fire snapped and crackled behind the red-hot bars of the little grate, in a most cozy and comfortable sort of way, casting a rosy shine into the thoughtful brown eyes that were tracing castles and coronets in the burning coals. For Phillip Acre was, for once, indulging him self in the dangerous fascinations of a day-dream. "If I were only right!" hepondered to himself. "Ah, f.f! Then good-bye to all these nmusty old law-books; good-bye to mended boots and turned coats, and all the ways and means that turn a man's life into wretched bondage! Wouldn't I revel in new books and delicious paintings, and high-stepping horses?. Wouldn't I buy a set of jewels for Edith -not pale pearls, or sickly emeralds, but diamonds, to blaze like links of fire upon her royal throat! Wouldn't I--what nonsense I'm ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

Loral tIltdigcuttt. -0 It is notified in the Gazelle that on and after Saturday, -ovember 10th inst., thle Court of Petty Sessions at Mornington will be held on 'Saturday, at 11 n.m., instead of on Friday as heretofore. During the week ending October 27th there were 142 births and 80 deaths.in the metropolitan and suburban districts; in Iawtihorn there were two births; in Kew five births and one death in the asylun; .and in Richnnond eighteen births and seven deaths. ' We are glad to perceive that the Gardiner Council will not allo-w itself to be the last to take steps to provide a pro?er buildiiig iin'which to condfbt"the public business of- the district.. We have had tthe opportunity of eianining three plans lireinired by Mr. Matthews, architect, and!we prefer the one numbered .two as very suitable for the purpose. However,;is we iLndrstasnd there irc otlidr plans to be obtained, a still better one may be among them, thougli we scarcely think it possible." Perhaps it seems eomewha...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

-0 In the Legislative Council on Tuesday a bil f. the appropriation of £800,000 was receiml from t, Assembly, und read a first time. Sevenal otter n Were advanced a stage. The Council after wiuih, for some time for the New Railway Constrdeiki Bill,. which was expected from the -.seiny adjourned without receiving it. In the Assembly on T'residay a nea?c received front the Governor, reeomlmendin, thea propriation of money for at gmlnd exhibitionl in yi bourne, and of a sunm for defence purlh.eJ. 3i Berry undertook iin reply to .Jr. Servi:e to hr, , the table next dly pillers relating to the maile. rice ci thele Cape.-The message from the Lps. House in regard to the Railway Coastruction L, was reud.--11r. Berry said he swoudd ask the if,. to lay aside the bill; and hle intended then to b: in a bill dealing with the lines about which ti was o dispullte, and to include the disputed line'. selprnte moeasures. lie moved that the bill hii aside, and that a comnmittee be appointed to drens t...

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LECTURE ON ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

LECTURE ON ALCOIOL. An instructive:lcet: ci was delivered by Dr. E. Gould, at the Oddfellows Hull, Church street, Rich mond, on'Mouday weck, under the auspices of the Australiann Health Society ;subject.?"Alcohol, its use "and' abuse._;l HisWorships pthe 'Mayor, .r. T. F. Weaver, occupied th chair, aud bri?ely intro duced thc. locturer:. i he chairman in opening the proceedings said the Australian Iealth. Society- was ?doing b ueh, good in a quiet and uinostentatious nsanier by'"diffusing information on sanitary latters, and, securing the services of experienced pirsons to lecture on them. Dr:. Gould tilen proceeded to redd his lectu?t4ot the aiudidnee. The subjeLt is a very 'important onio; aind according toDr. Gould there'is mulch divergence of opinion in regard to the nitire of alcohol.' There is no doubt thoit the abuse of it often causes great dpriivit'andil'diisei, but oil the other handit is equally true thait many valuable lives would be lost but for its timelyndmmiinsvtion....

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CUP DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

CUP DAY.. The seventeenthlcontest for the Melbourne Cup, 'the 'rincipal event .o the meeting, was conducted on. Tuasdi, and, notivith standixig the wet wenther,ithere was a large attendance.. The' morning was; du!l, ,and the sky overcast, and in. the; afternoon a steady rain set in,:which had' a very dis piriting effect., It h?has been" usual on Cup day for the gentlemen to' do diust" coats, and for the ladies to .wear attire 'of' the' gayest descriptiosi, bat on this occasion top. coats were generally worn, and, the ladies dresses were' not so gay as they) havre usually been on this occasion. His Excel lency, Sir. George' Bowen left towin about noon for the course with Lady and Misses Bowen in a close carriage drawn by four bays with postillions, and with two mounted. orderlies', in attendance. " Sir:I Herchles Robinson also went to the races, driving a very fine teami. ' The first event. on. the card , was the Railway 'Plate.' For this evenit Hawkesbhtry was scratched. The followi...

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THE V. R. C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

THE V R. C. SPRING M3EETING. Notwithstanding the wet weather there was a very large attendance at the Flem ington racecourse on Saturday, the opening day of the spring' meeting. There were 'three governors present, viz. Sir. Geo. Bowen, Sir Hercules Robinson, who drove his own drag, and Mr. Weld, Governor of Tasmania. Needle, Haricot, Salisbury, Janitor and Viscount were all struck out of the first event of the day, the Melbourne Stakes, and Woodlands was made the favor ite. Robinson Crusoe won this race easily. Twenty-two horses came out for theHotliham Handicap, for which Artful Joe was made the favourite at 5 to 1; but he was. passed by both Vagabond and Whisperer, and had to be cbnterit with'.third ?place."' ,Fodr the Marybyriiong Plate twenty-eight hbrses faced the starter's flag. Mr. Fisher's His Lordship was installed first favourite, but he only obtained second place, being beaten, by. ulcan. ,Chester started the first ftavor ite for the Derbv'witli the odds'in his favor, an...

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THE RIVERSDALE ROAD BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

THE RITERSDALE ROAD BRIDGE. he following letter, addressed to the Editor of 's5,appr.ced in the issue of that paper, on a .h--"Sir,--I obserre, in your Saturday's Stat the inew bri?dge proposed to be erected ar the arra, in a continuation of Swan street, taod, is to be built of either wood or iron, and ith d??~elgatcs have adjourned the meeting till l nt tlaut, for the Surveyor's report. I would t to them, through your columns, that in s out an est;mate of cost, a proposal I now. ybe asho considered, viz., the possibility t at obtaining Prince's bridge. The erection Sew and larger bridge on the 'present site Lbea decide~d on, will, of course, necessitate ca of the one now in use, ashich is an .aNt Sractore, built of tie best material; ndl' tcutrrsted that the stone could easily be marcled Sbered,, and conveyed by water. carriage up t.erin lauge flat lighters, and ire-erected, at a on s tons ony needtobeprepared tofit on 0tfltrutnlture cnetly.-Iam, &c., ROYAL? ARCH.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

tT- Word~, for One Insertion :.. ... ls. isrtyto Thirty Words, do ... . .. 2. ,to Forty Wools, do ... .. 3s yFr Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch, if for One Iertiion only. it scotr T upon all advertisements appear* is for Three Months. oe Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. ,errtisemcnts must specify on the face of them the number of insertions, or they will be con iad and charged fortill countermrnded. All oders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. dvertisements can onlybe discontinued by written orders. DIRECTORY.           Solicitors— MILLER, TIIOMAS, 64 Little Collins street east, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Butchers— PINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher, Rowena Parade, Richmond. Miscellaneous— J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Cardigan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon ...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, November 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT.   Friday, November 2nd. Before Messrs J. Jamison and T. Keys J.P. Elizabeth Corstorphan v. C. Dunkley ; goods, £3 1s. 10d. No appearance of either party. James Redfern was summoned for keeping open a certain dancing room or salon, the same not being duly registered.-Mr. Miller appeared for defendant.   Case dismissed, no proof of money being taken. Margaret Harris v. Robert John Harris ; wife de- sertion.-Order for 10s a week. The Court then adjourned.  

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DESTROYED BY A SHARK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

' DESTROYED BY A SHARK.... Ones o the' fiet youngi " fellows I ever knew wais Albert 3folitgomirv;y.:ml/e r id I e?re biorn"iwithin half. a mile of ei:h other, and froei 'oir eariliest' recoilletion uip to thle timie of his iwiful death e'i wer always arii friends. 1e was ole tliiteeery body seemed to' loevcr3eivrbodv, exceit. oine-the girl on.wnhomi he laidse irt is heart" ind 'wly ihie' did riot vi a miystery i never could explain.' With a tall, haidsomie, maunly person--a fine cultivated nmindaii ioble 'generous disposition-possessinig the courage of a'lion and the tenderniess of a woman brimful of petry, sentimnentand wit-lhaving'a flow anidF comiiand of lnguage' arely equalled-I never could iiiiderstand how he could make suit to any im ocidpied feniale heart in vain. But so it was. lie aid hib addresses to onrie I never thought worthy of u, aniid was by hierrejected~ 'IIe c?me to see me the day following this adverse decision, and looked so pale and sad that I im miediatelyinqu...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

E. STEIi ARKET, Satirday, 10th K1ovembcr. 1egetables: Articthoke,e dunii, lid. per lb'; a?a? i' go;, l. to 5s: per hundred i' beans; brioid, .d.'1i Ilb , bedt Gd. to td. per diaen ; iouiquicts, 3s. to 8s: per dorm; 'cabbags, is. to '3- do.; enulifsosidc, Is. to 3s., do.; carrots,. 6d to is. per diiii bitunhIies' celer is to 2?Gd pei.'doeiiki'tlcks ;ire;s, iwater, 6d. to 7dt per dozen bunichi.s garlie, 2d. tb 3d pEer' lb ;', liore ish '."ito' 5t . 'pr doziA sticks; leeks, Gd to'8d. per dozen bunclies i' lettiiues &L to &L. per dozeii; niarJoiiis , 3a.'to Gd. pTI ab6. bincihes; milit, t'l. to. 7dt b. i; "mushrooms, 8i' per lb.; onions, dry, 16s. to s. :'i per ewt. dot gien; hl. to Gd. per dozen buniiches; ,parsley, Gd. do.; parsnips, d . s, 1 to Is. "d do.'; lii to itd. 'p'drlb.; potatoes, 3s:Gd:'to 4I. per cwt. ; new do., Gs. tob'7s. per cart ;.pumpkins, 3s.,to l0s..p r dozen; radishes, 4s 'toG per dae n b'?n its ; 'rhulirbh ls:tb'2s: Gd do:' ino,Gd'to :'7d. do. shill...

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DROMANA POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. Anderson, Barker, and Camerces [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

'mDSROmIAi POLICE "CO'URT Before' Messi. .Aidcrs6an, Barker, and C.I " John Bryan v.i John Moore; 'for erectig on.a selection at the RedHill. The plaintiff't £10 8I;. th'dfeiindant 'dis'puted the claim, on ground that the fence was not on the prop"r t and was badly constructed.--Case pstpolned for weKHl tdoIell ieso o settle.r . Paul Vasuylen r. G. Rieber; goods, £1n lh -M-r. F. Stepen appeared for defendant, been working for plaintiff as a carpen t'r. Bench, aftrA ciareful hearing of the ca, v' order against' tii dridflnt for the anou" Theajoarnr R ion urt; for taX05 a division,of the South Province was ao held.. The Court then adjouined. T'.--I .J1':I ".tJly 1! ! QvC

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornin9ton .Tourn? ,81o,-Tn an article published in the lDanderiong Adertiser recently referring to thel adulteration of bread with onu pound ebeques, I beg to state that I am not the in:diridualrefeired toi Onewould think the printer was either "queer" or very careless to class copled'intter iundertho heading of "Local JO" JONES. ::Diandeooong I a'nemb cr 1877 st ··· :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

Tnunok AAiFECTIONS ANDv HOAEt·bSNS. -All sif fering from irritation of the thront andthbarscness" ,will be agreeably. slurprised at. the almost immediate 'relief aireod, 'i? thle i of"'1lrown's inncial T hes:." '" These fiimous'"lozeiges"' dii??6rsbld by most respectable chemists, in this country, at s.. l!d. per boa. People troobledi with a "bhckin, 'eou- , at- ` ?lt "old'"' , "f., ,?r?I not try them too soon, as suiilar troubls, if aloowl to progress, resultysc.isyriouos IPulmnonssyand. Astis matie atfections. See 'thsit tl'oL5 is,- l''B isi's' .Bronphni4dTrschcs,":.aro on tlhe overnment Stomp sr udidsndrs bod.=Munu - tntýiifcIll bj:JoiL ~ 3 ow & Sons, Boston, United States. Depot, 493, Oxford street, London. A ircs ToMOT ofra !- ott pu.tro.n a?q n?iopr rest br a sick child suffering with the -isun of cut ting teeth ? Go at once to a chetisti:and gotta, bottlq of?,",Ps. Winslows Soo.thing Sysu, .It will reliev'tc he 'or i sffirc reisidii ely ;'t perfectly harmless and plea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

LE (.'4721) "of CROWNo LANDS in fee Ssimple at the auction rooms of iessrs. Stubbs and Taylor, Collins street west, Melbourne, on Tuesday, the twentieth of overmber, 1877, at Two o'clock p.m.: TOTW' LOTS. Brnnswick, parish of Jika Jika, countiy of Bourke, in Brunswick road east, between Rae and Best streets. Upset price, £1 per foot; charge for sur rey, £L lots 1, 2, 3, area -r. 3p. 5-10ths each. Allots. 1, 2, 3, Sec. 8; and 71ft. 4in. frontaig eacl. Lots 4, 5, area Ir. each. Allots. 6, 7, Sec. 8; and 66ft. frontage each. Lots G, 7, 8, area lr. 3p. 5-10ths each. Allots. 8,9, 10, Sec. 8; and 71ft. 4in. frontage each. Lot 0, area lr. 3p. 5-10ths. Allot. 11, Sec. 8, 72ft. frontage. Parish of Doutta Galla, county of Bourke, ,49th section blocks of ~. Warburton and E. Shoberg, at Britybrook. Upset price, £8 per acre; charge for survey, £1. Lot 10, area 5a. Or. Op. Allot 39. Upset price, £4 per iere; charge for sirvey, £1. Lot 11, area 7,,. r. Lip. Allot 71. Valuation, £20. COUNTRY LOTS. ...

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TIME-TABLE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

TIME"T.aL GIPeLAsAD RAILwAT.-Oakleigh, de parts at 7 am. 'Diidenong, arrives at 7.28, fare Is. &d. aid,l s.: Berwick, arrives at 7.54, fare 3s. and _s.; Pikehaiam, arrives 8.20, fare 4'. 14 and 3s.; B.myip, riyes at 0, fare Os. Cd. and 4s. Wd. Leares Buayip at 6.30, and arrives at 'Pahenhnm at 7.10, Berwick 7.30, Dandenong 82, Oaklcigh 8.30. There is a reduedd reale ,f 'hirges for Satuiday eiraMrns tickets, available to Mondny evening. A secmd train leaves Bunyipast 10 a.s,; arriving at Pakenham,. 10.40, lorwick,11.8, Dandenong, 11.35, Oankleigh, 12. Iriaving 'Oakleih at 40 .i20I ar ndenoga , 28; °Berwick;l 4."0; aatiham, 520, arriving at IBunyip at U.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF - -THE 'ENGLISH MAIL.: aves Melbourne. - Arne a Melbourne. ,7November 29 December, 11

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

THE. CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE, Will STAzN this Season at ST. (GERMAINThS?| TMIROVER is k dark bay, rising 3 years old. SSIREn: Cowden Prince, by BlackPlrince (inmp.); dam by Cowden Lid (imported) ; g. din lby. Ben Lomonid (imported); g.g. dam imported by R. I Brodie. ])At : Violet, by Ferguson's Clyde, the champion lirse of Adelaide; hcr diam, Illossom, b" Imiaprover;' g. dani Diamond, which was first prizeatncer in Adelnide for three years. STELBiS-£4 for narse paddoeled; '£3 for mares led to the horse.' One in fecegilea in. All care, but no responsibility. 71ed .. ALEX. PATTERSON. The Pure. Bred Clydesdale Stallion Ms to hi a is, Will Stand this Seanson at ROSEBANK, One Mile .... front Cranbourne.. - . ATCIILESS' sire is Prince Charlie (imp.), Schaimpion horse of his day, his dam beingthe chamlnioi nianre of Scotland and Victoria- -Prineess 3Imnde the First. (inp.). Matchless is winner of 9 first prizes, and his stock ]arv won more prizes t1an any other horie in the district. lie i...

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THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

THE INAYIQNA.L AGRIQUCJ,!JL'URAL t* SS'ILTY',s 8iO10W' I ,The sevr'ith iiiiii:il soriii, elxhibition of 'tiii!llK\n'^ii^il":l Afiiccil'riiial i~rtci~yft'F ' :toria was cuifnihiiieUdrltri livWtnesiday, iu veuibuer7tll, it then Society's ground: on the iSt'Kilda'r6da.i i The dwentlier:was extremely 6fiie, anl tlire was an' unri cdcniedted nhum-' her : of visitors, iiclhdiniSir Genrge Bowlen' iand Sir Hercules Robinson.i. The e.x'libit were extremelyi.,good,,especinlly those of machinery and cattle.: In shorthorn cattle Mr. S. Gardiner, of Ivanlioc,took, thbefiist prize'for the tliree-yari -ol 'bill l'witlh Dike or Aivid,.'and Bi Mr: O B :Fis'hir cai nexit. Messrs;.:Robertson.. Bros, of ,Co ac ,,tookl first prize for 'two-year-old rbull -with 24th Duke of Derrimut. ' In yeirliio, bulls'Mr; .1,. Teasdal' ikNiia Peilmare's 'Buttc?ffly 'ii's first.' Mr." C.. B.: Fisher. took ,;A essrs. Robertson's; Cup .for. :young. bulli, calved befobie Jiiliah'r'1877 'i M11r. J. Horwood:'of the odildon,...

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