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English Mail News. PARIS, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

PrAiso, Septemii ir 29. Like, Aaron's -rod, the ;mnaifesto .of Thiers has swallowed up all the others, even that published by thaI3Mirsliil,' wlo fell into6' the error of believing Frnchiienlh w'ere still in .the age of Louis XIV. Ieo ought to be obliged to the deceased -patriot for this'oervice'nlso.;': The two.manifestoesi:thoughSaa inmi.l asniii u r i' ti he poles, tiil both beneft" the Republic, as both cdemonstrote no other, form of government is possible for. for rance. While ad dressed "to his, old electois that- h li had represented silnce half is, century,' the last will and testament of Wash ington -Thirs is ,virtually dodicsted to all France. It is a page of history, w?ith altl the best points of 'the emiment statesman's talent, persuasion, Ilicid deinons.tration, 'iiiid ionimoii sense: The document is full of old araumenits freshly arranged and vigorously. expounded... .le ,,counsels.. his countrymeu never to separate themselves, front the 'reat principles that govern mo...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

V. R. C.SPRI G If SETINIG. Tile weather was finld o Thuri day, thie third day of. thei eefs,: mnd tihe attendancoe .ws larger than usual. The revents were mostly well-conte?ted, but it may lbtrmarked that thiere were only twostarters for the Oaks, viz.ilanlron and. )evice,;of which the former won with ease. The mnost iotable, rictory of the.day-,ws,a perhaps,, that of: Jobinson Crusoe, in the Royal Park Stakes. ,fo is " fine anriul, butL is ouncertain, when,,he chooses to go, howevrer, he eiems abhl at. weight for age to heat any. horse that lcan be brouight against him.:. The following were the IHronl RACe?., R landilmp sweepstkes' of, 7 soys., Svirith 150 addesiI About three miles.'.. P ostan, 5Sras:lost 1b ? .. . ,. I , Villiers; aged, Osb 31b ... 6 . .. 2.. ; t Lord Hlarry, Gyres, Ost 121b .i.. .. ? RoroVit PAi'mi STiriRs, a 'siwpstakes of 10 sors., with l150 lded. 'Two lniles. : Robiilsoii Cridsoc. 4yrs, 9st . . .. I "Saviiitaka, Sy3?s, 7st lb . . SGleioriinitoi, 3yrs 7st 11 .....

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

AND sorningin og nal. WEDNESDAY, NOVE1MBER 14th1, 1877. SoME: of tlihie en beis' of the Assembly occdipV, just now, a very pitiable position; they object.tod:ome of the proposals of the Government, but they are so bound, hand and foot,; to them, that they have to sacrifice their opinions, and vote as they are directed. Mr. Andrie is'.one of' these members; 'on a recent evening, 'the Commissioner of Customs, proposed thait clildren's boots and shoes should be taxed to the' exterit of'6s. a dozen--a duty amouniting, in soime cases, to cent. per cent.. ' few of the followers of the. Government. objected.,to the duty as excessive, and oine th'at' would fail!'very heavily on-working-men with large.families; and among them ,was. Mr. Andrew, but on turning to' the division .'list,'; we find his name, beginning, as it does, with the first letter of the alphabet, fi?iring prominently in the list of the `" Ayes." How many more members there ,may: be' .who are in the same position: as:Ir. Andr...

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DANDENONG COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

-DENOS. 'COUNTY COURT. Tuesdav, November 13. -E. S?oLt . (O'Gorniu ; claim for grazing, S1. p e fendant did not appear, but a man v I!-" ,. n -red, angd said he wi: tle owner 1i " ih h)l?I;lI ben ljasti'ild by pnlintiff. Kthemadff amlforiplaint if. Plaintiff, cxoaninrled, '.l't for Cll "with iss O'Gorman to agist S'ihyol'ft for the amount, with 2 2. .t-. . , .^ v.I .Taics IMll; "a uaimr for ;16 tlh.nned lodl-,," Venrdict for amoumL nlnd S f Ilean"- L-anttero ; a claim for £1 : wxrd onl lodg bi' Verdict. for amou nt jiu l 1l. irrner v. Charles Winter; a Jrlt e of io lf. M? ssrs. . Alltn, G. 1l foro Ho hitcr, and Donald McLolluan; gb, Tmntlepj'. 'xlb lie bas been carid on *,: 'R^one n~.d tile evidence hns nplx'ued 1 m . oiminalS.. Plhintiff, texmindcl, ldeled ,?, rimption n' d bmnnds of the heifer in t hirl e haltidl two venrs before defenddsit 'ito It s onl a few days old when he le'1d',[eiubi took it uand refused to give it, up. helufr hali up to tlle Iresent timu cost him about o ....

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

Int the Legislatiie 'Couiicil on Wednesday, 3Mr. Anderson moved thltiraadaadns?bo presented to the Governor r'spectfully intittimatin tliodesire of,the House to be afforded au opportunity of consideyrg the. questiSni' of paymentt. of metmbers'?by billl us herlofodre; poiingi oit tInit the iitclu.ion 'of a suoi for tlhe'pav nit of menibers int the Ap rolitiioi Bill Imtight tiikako'isu.h a procudure the iistrtumenat ,' enabling one branch of the .Legislature to. coereR the otiher,:nud.requeting that. ]is Exdiellen.cymay therefore refuse:to authorise such a procedure. ilc. desired to;:itisertthe wo(rds:'"sertilng the.riglt iustead of "Iintiunating liti desir,!! tando toiitiltl the closiuig.pirasc.from tim words ") aiid rnquestiig. -'Cr. Cuthbert objected .to ;the s,ndlidneit, .being made : without notice.-The svresideni t 'id the amendlmenat could be imade in the usual way by another imemtber.-M31r..Anderson then moved, the resolution' . 1i xpresed'li is' regret clt',tiA'ii'unstis fact...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, November 10th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

ORANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, November. 10th. Present.: T:he President (Mr. J. Leck Councillors Poole, ;luoward, Facy Cri' q Gieades, J. Leiky' C. Rossiter. "" . ri, , rTho.-minuites of prievious ?nectio wngere n confirmed; snd on wornd corresjonck,.i. 1 -Councillor 1Poole present er{ the ?eporit ofl Finance Commnittee, recollleiport o ? t amounting to £23 3s., being the remnt luo'nnli the Auditors of the Shire Accounts. COltR ESI'ONDENCE. From Malcolm MlcI'her.on, Fnanksti en langlholme, stating thnt the ra ilway .uthorin.r1 balnked up the wlters of sevrermi eeeL •o distrit, inl tl .angholnt e roetild, ulingi t?L b ' e 6 j'irbtecttlicin:fiom the iconvenenn ce. fotedi cussion ensued on the subject. Councillore Fa moved thnt tihe appliation be referred to tLhe dieibong Council; with a reqoest that the datm -o plaitied of be removed. Secooded by Couu0,i" Greovesn eiitad carried. From tile Honorary Secretary to thie Alfred kiftlt nieiligFtConficil for dliation.--Fror 1 lionorary S...

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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th November, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 November 1877

.GRIFFITHIS'. FOINT. 'OLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th November, 1877. "Before-Messrs. D. Reid;Mark Turnbull,.tlnd!c Stewart; Joseph Fowler, and WilliamllIarbbon,J1. Bergin.. Peel ; fraud summnlo, £ft Ijr. 0 Defendant had paid ,1I on acount, and ?emit pay the bilane? one week before Christnas. Vledit nm accordance therewith. rl'Police :v.)Dwyer ; obscene language. Defend:: was fined 10s., it being his second offence. Police v. West; plaintiff, James I)ecoon, Costdse and?Whnrf Manager atoCowes, comphlinc d thtOIe fendant, who is a storekeeper and potnsater at Cowes, Indle use of threatening and habuite 1" guoge to him, on the morning of the 17th Oddto, oil Cowes .Tetty, .upon the arrival of the stant "Eclipse"- froml. Grillitihs' Point, to take up I sengers and mails. The steamer was not aUlow*d go alongside the jetty, and had to lie off theredd it., Plaitttiff wits etanding close to one of the pi when thec:defendant) cam? up, and askedti hbtl nmore,which hc'declined to do, stating that h...

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

CE OF RGESFOR ADV?ERISI G.x Tentoi?ioros. for One Insertion ... Tieny to Thirty Wordn, do . . '* nhit to fortey Words,do . : one Forty Wonlrds, at the rate of 3s. per inch, if for One lnsertion only. Amle )lser-ctr upOn all adverisemeni ite ippeor-. ig for Three Moths. Trae Advertisements are inserted at' considerably reduced rates. eIdrtiments must epecify on the face of them the number of insertions, or they will tn con tiune and chanrged for till countermanded. All ekler for withdramd or alterationi to Ie sent in on the day prior Io publict?tion. Wdiertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DZiE CT OR3. Solicitors= MILLER, TIIOM3LS, 6.I Little Collins strect iet, Melbourne;. and Sumnyside Cottage, C1olal Street, St.:Kilda. '. : i lntchers pIN.SIG:ER.,hOIX, Generaln i .?i y Butcher, Ronen, Partle, Riellnuold.. Miscellaneous J. lOLT. Water Filtcr. 3[tanufacturer, Ilia c(oligan strent. oplosie .Arg'yle square, treltou. formerly, of 19, Argyle place, L.on strenct. Surey...

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

i0tal inttligeinct. ;An alarming fire occurred at Griffith's Point on Noveiibei 6th, resulting in the total destruction of Mr. Smtith's boot shop and dwelling.house, the Shire Office, and Mr. Smith's hotel. At eleven o'clock a.m. smoke IwaL observed-issuing from the roof by Mrs. Smith, who quickly gave the alarm. It was ;.I quickly responded .to hy. five or six men front the coal jetty, who used their utmost cndeavours to stopi the progreds of the flanels as they biurst front the roof by throwing waiter on them, but, seeing that their exertions were of no avail, they turned their at tentioitt to the furnituree and. effects,_which they suceceded.in saing with veery little loss. The Shire Secretary wains present, and'manaaged to save all thud papers, books, and furniture belonging to the Shitre Council. ly this time there were twenty men oni the .ground, ad; liuvinig srTved ereyritlhgavailablet they began to throw water on Mr. ergsin ' store adjoining, nd were successful in 'warding o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

"VALUAiLE DlIco0ERY FOIR TIlE 11Tlr:.--if your hair is turning griy, or white, or.falling off, ?ee "The \Mexioan l[ir Renewer," for it willpooitielu restore in ccry case greo or white hair to its originil colour, without leaving the disareeable"smell: bf most restorers." It arutkes the hair.'charilingl' beautiful, aits yell: as l.tltoti ll i tise r l,"lQf h1i hair on hhl splots, where tihe gi:ols orre not decived. " Ask your Chiemist for '. The M3exic nt llair Renewer,. prlprelLth.Illenrr C. Gnllup, -1I: Oxford street, tondoii, and, i;hli hi Chemists ind Plerfumners everywhere, at 3:.' id. per bottle.' Fi.oI.orIi!---1?o TIt TlEEr AI) ;I'E ArII.---?A few drops of the liquid "Floriline' '.sprinkled on at wet tooth-brush produces a Iplea:,.t lather, .ultih tltoroughly cleatnses the leth front Ill pirti?.is lor impurities, hardens the' tins, ' rlvelt :trt:, i ?t3lr,t deco, ',g; es to theiteetla I'i]ecliri' peitriIs -hit?ne's, andt a delightftil ftgiriuce tbilitlbr?ielh.h. Ilt 'removs al...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

BERWICK SIIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Novembar 17. Present: The President. (JMr. Bourkc) and Coun eillors Gibb, Buchaunn, Nixon, Barry, Dore and Connor. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the Secretaryf' out?lrd corres pondence approved of. CORREsrPONDECE. From E. C. Elliott, on behalf of Dr. L. L. Smith, asking permission to' make roads through Messrs. T. Wilson's and Officer's properties.-BRecived. Front Peter Gallagher, applying to be allowed to grub and clear all timber ont Iloner's riad, a deposit of £22 to be made, and the work to be donet under Engineer's supervision. . romt 8. Ruddoek, referring to the state of the West Boundary road, and stating that offers h'ad been made to clear tile riad for 15s. pInr chai'; if this were done, then two or three lmads of metal would be all there would be required.-On the motion of Councillors Buchaniil and Dore, tenders to be invited for clearing the road. The annual report fromt the Orphn: Asylmnt was read, aceompanie...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Before Mr. R. E. Lewis and Mr. J. Bellin. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

GARDINER POLICE COURT. Before 'Mr. R.. E. Lewis and Mr. J. Bellin, J.P. Joseph Lane v. James Conroy; bunrnirig shavings upon an open place adjoining the property of complainant. The act was commitred by Conroy's little boy on Guy Fawkes' day, near the'fence, he, apparently not realizing the danger of the proceedings. -Fined 2s. Gd., with 2s. Gd. costs. Gustavus Ehrardt was fined 2s. id. for having no name on his dray. James King and William Reynolds were summoned for riding hlrses on the footpath in the Caulfield shire. Defendants are two jockeys employed at Dr. L. L. Smith's training stables. They were apparenitly well posted up in horsey matters, but were, by their own admission, grievously verdant of the law, and were, consequently, each mulcted in the sum of 5s. TlieCdiort then adjourtied.

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Police Intelligence. OAKLIEGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, Nov. 17th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Mr. Jordan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

e--0 OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, Nov. 17th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Mr. Jordan, J.P. Richard Birch v. Edward Zurny ; cutting with intent to steal a certain part of a young sapling. No appearance. Thompson and Foster v. John -Hart; goods, £1 19s. 71d. Order for amount, and costs. Gustavus Ensiedel v. Michael Hoban; Work and labour, £1 7s. id. Order for 20s., and 10s. costs. Johanna O'Brien v. F. Mean ; work and labour, ?2 15s.-Dismissed. Mary Glossop v. Charles Glossop; summons to show why a warrant of impri sonment should not issue for disobeying an order.-Arrears paid into Court. Carl Jansen v. Mrs. Cook; use and occu pation, £9 !s. (id.-Dismissed. The Court then adjourned.

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The South Bourke AND Morning Journal. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

iljt 58uty 3oudtk WEDNESDAY, NOVEMLBER 21st, 1877.' TuI present Ministry has sonietimes been called the "people's "'lMinistry, bilt it would be more correct to call it the. "manufac turers"' Ministry, for' Mr. Berry and his colleagues pursue a policy which is calcuilated to oppress tlie people' and not to benefit them, but rather to advance the'interestsof the manufactuirers. Thile case of the cork cutters is well known ; in this occupation only three persons in the colony are known to be engaged, viz., a man, 'a boy, and a girl, and in order to keei them employed the public have to pay somethinglike' £3000 a year in the shape- of taxation ; .and we believe it will be foumid thatn' every other case in which there is a protective taiiriff the public have to' pay proportionately for the benefit derived by the manufacturers and those whom they employ. It now seems that Mr. B.erry is desirous, of starting in'a new direction in 'order to carry out this peculiar policy ; he is going to im...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

IDAsDEaso.0 MAt; rT. -Tc., bir, SoarsEgu and Clrkborep6rt Ihe .ollo--" ?Baon pigs,,?Os..-to' 70s'. sips, 8 o.. ,,.. s~blu, 's. (1l.; potatoes, new, T7. ?r c" a t 7i. par lb.; honer, 5d. per lb.; t or, i;?h. spriogcri, C4 ]Os. to .li 10s.; ccarlin? ;,,? ,` Altlhoghl tlhe wather uos all that n d hl aired, the attendance of p~Ilahasears 11, w i; ]There wras. ?s usual. I large ,spply sofp;,t, i, -otlug OueS, uiand of young 'alves int mlar'. Ct t!" n'us only u siill supply of cattle. of :; u~sfir t ] isTto;u ,1 t~otetr, - ttIi;i, 17th . ; , N Vegetahles: Artichoke, groumol, 1:1.i r tlb -gusl,--l . to . , l er hundredit :t tn ., bo.m d ipor ]b. ;' hat$, fbd to .ld per doz ; b mque, p -r d lo z a. . ; c u ,bg?. s , l -,. t to Ii . t. d , i i Is. to .Is. do.; n rot; ls, 'l to d,1. , ; .ounchlus ;celery,1s.to ; bil prddoszetlt: s 1ater, id. per tdozen baiches; riunai. . Ss. lbi. per bracea; grl.ie, d. to d lr i Grd. to .td. iper dorzen; mrjonno 3d. to il liifices; .mint, tld .t 7d? do.: Ious...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

-0---- Our column are oapen for theo discssion of all questions nWhich are not of a sectarian cloara-ter. 71'e itlsh it to ie distinctly understood, however, that wce do ,not identify ourselves ioith the opinions expressed by ourncorrespoizdeultst.'All comurninicatior s for in sertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a .urate of goot frith..

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WOULD YOU BE SURPRISED TO HEAR [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

WOULD YOU DE SBRPRnISED TO IEA " That every "ready made" tailor sells cheaiper goods than anybody'else. Or that the Speaker would not like now and then to throw his wig with something in it (not his head) at some of the members of the ergislature. Or that young Englanders living upon expecta tions are not likely to mnake their mark on bread and meat in the colony. Or that dear old George Coppin will not revive ,'3Mily White"sand "Paul Ps~" by special desire during the' seson. Or that some day the morning papers will not have to record a ease of embezzlement or suicide. Or that somebody will read straight through the Parliamentary debate. Or that colonists will take kindly to the juice of their own vines. Or that policemen prefer their present helmets to any other head gear. Or that Mr. MSirams, senior, has a special copy of "PrwSn" printed for him on strong calico so that he cannot rip it up. Or that the penny illustrated (?) catch-pennies of Melbourne are not a disgrace to the city...

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THE LATE CONCERT AT DROMANA. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

TIHE LATE' CONCERT AT ADROANA. To the lEitor of the South Bourke anl .iornington Jralnlo Sii--Ther.ewas a concert held at. )roanui a last Friday, at which there was a large attendance, other fimilies besides my own being. present, and we wish to know how or in what wa." the proceeds are to be spent, or if it was in aid of an putblic fund.' . ouis respectfullyo. SUBSCI?IBER. [WL iare informed that, it w??l understood thlt? the proceeds were to be devoted to a picnic for the school children.-En.

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TIME-TABLE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

TIME-T.AIIL GIPCrrAI.Wx ? B?A AT.-Oaklegbh, de parts at 7 nnm. Darideiong, arrives at7.28, fart is: Ol. and ls.; Berwick, arrives at 7.5, ?are 3s.-7a. l2s.f Pakenham, airives 8.20, fare 4s. (l. and 3ts.; ?Bnyip, aronrives at , fare is. Od. and 4s. Od]. Leaves Buayip at 0.30, aid arrives at Palenhamun at 7.10, Iterwick,7.36; Dandenong 8., Oakleigh 8.30. There is a reduced scale of charges for Saturday excursion tickets, available to IMonday evening. A second train leaves Bunyip at 10 a.m., arriving at Pakenham, 10.40,.BDerwick, 11.6, Dandenoag, 11.32, Oakleigh, 12. Leaving Oakleigh at 4 p?in., Daiidenong, 4.28; Berwick,- 4.54, 1akensham; 5.20o, arrrinv at Buanyip at G.:,

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF' S; , .THE ENGLISH MAID. i.eaves illmb rnie. ' A irrles Melbourne. November 29 December:ll December 27

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