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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

r 'TO 10 MlowIi!- Ar you brolken in Tour Ibidkrh sulcroijg uitl the poin ofCut ýi)[ru at ocnc to ut chemiSt, and" ,et to hi eer " llow' SbaOtliee, Srrui. It; will poor ktfl crer jaunedia ald ?lu j iteiltel r It is perftdctlv 1`± anoat to taUteI iproducee notniieul ~k~iheu nlLicrjiltl1Lhclildlfirtl Iouo uudc thjt, Oh U child ii elfteuhsjd Will -uto and th ulieln~u, eehbebetee thle lusrsds .tciidjthtci mlr for dtlu tttit ss~lteltov osn'i~rt 0ic bottle;rihlkit ticr, eve ig ttitlo.l ot bit 0 fd Ax *TrxrViii' / ýl Ot ltllý ýlrk:1f :1 nIIIrlmlI of coro is nothiiog .less''th~ a ctlllo . i o x I0 su01 altel~ltitds h:etlexlIiudc 1110110 loiC intllP iid~ui llolj~ nootrulo ithll 'itiitiot llooof Ihe bo.e, yitvt of bottle, et. of t osoit. don~l 'Wolod anil iiotillo PIrioltlt for lcIe-lgdloioti' of' h toi~ 1c biooele, 0101i tnllthin1111,i 0' 01e p~rtree lbI 'd tliv th facllellht on udsed blivho pele elrt Bolt llL'C trlel Ite 1 petitlion Imi bieeni aliio ta ffu t Ii ii. M.tatiton of htlit 1lllfl1...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

It was currently reported last night that it was dcidede at a meeting of the Cabinet held yestcrdany, ithat the Sandridge Pier should be proclaimed notto ibe a legal landing place for ships' cargo after the 15th inatanit;r nd'that a ,GazcUle?Extraordlinanr had been issticd iotifvii?; th?efirilL" -It is' al'sitdl~rmed that the terrices of Mr. T. lliginbothan,, JMr. Wardell, 3Mr. .Lbertouehe, and other promlaierit officials have.beein dispensed with. Thl TPolice Court 'business at Cnrubourne and Berwick is becoming very limited. For the last few months..we are halppy to say, there has been almost a blank shed. At Berwick on Friday there was no business. The migration of the " navey " popula tion proLwbly accounts for this state of affairs. Mr. 3MeMZ illhn, of Tobin Yallock, determined that be 'would give his friends and neighbors a real treat during the holidays, rand about one hlundred and fifty were present? at his plhce on Wednesday last by invitation. A series of sporls was got up...

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English Mail News. LONDON, Nov. 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

(r.,,N, 0,,,..?r,. Co;rrespn:dnlt,0) .itSyuy) , Xon. i:l. "lJ.?rd 3:1ai· O',d.e',a bit, tters t enemv cohld nof :rove wishedl him inore ww~lched weather than ilutt in wvhich he tyent ini plnoce-lsio:l to \etlmillsl er oi F;rhidav, tlt' ilh. 3[ullittudes, lhowever, tlhrongted arts? of thli ruie to t n'itnlss the l)IageaIIt, ulhihi in cluded twfi immense dromtedries front ,ngler'. ircurs. ti cepre.senrition of Cleopkntr's 2edle, lith n E yptian .pfhin.hi i d tlie Pit nmids, itlowt'ed by I Inir of elelphltitst. .. .olmiwhalnt. inoplpportune ablhau al'i. ~JiifOlihal of "Pecec nud Hlcnht." lrawn by ten Ihorse,, teideS Yrititn th'er ab-unril ities. figured in the "Sh1o;.%" whlicl lookcd vel'r drugghl?et A dr nc' ed, us it threauled the unrro IpIssiagel of Tmlpll!eh? Ihnv " l,\iitrivid i t Wtiit,? lrill tiir .Iill: . t11i civic loltenlt aen d'ill reii Liue were lire.tnltd to tti lll)llb of 'thel 'oillrt of it'ilhequer 'i V the C(lOntu o Suetti'geitlitii. h' iti inicustoited forlllliies ina...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

LAND FORl SALE. Sand T. R.ALEIGHI have for Sole privately V 0 550 ACRES tirt-class Agricultural and Grnzing LAX.D, being the unsold portionsof Mr. A. Russell Inglis' Lynlhurant Estate, which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. For further partieulars apply 107 Collins, street west. to PUBLIC 1 TOTICE. BOOTS.! BOOTS ! CHLEAL' AMPD GOOD. W. MURR'AY, Junr., DANDEENOLG, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. W ]M. begs to thlmk his numerous Friends * und the Public, for the liberal support so long accoided, and to intimate that in futuro every vaNrety of Colonial loots and Shoes will be mgjnu factured by him in the best and most durablo'otyle, utd at, prices which will challenge compalrison with any shop in the city,. :od in these comtpeting times he is determined to gain that most noeesarv- chatr acter for his establishncit.t Retirurs .neall .ZLrectded, Cltheai ud Good. E?very desription of English, German, & French loots of best qtmulity 'alwvs in stock. Mlood Stallio . Will Stand t...

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A CHEESE FARM AT TOBIN YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

A CILEESEL FiARI'AT' TOBIX YALLOCK. Altlhough the inhabitants of Morninglto and its surroundings nmai be 'nore or less acquainted with the various industries carriedon within that district, i and perhaps 2nore particularly with those of the dairy, yet we are confident that there are fern who .knowsv to whilt die of perfection and completeness tile art of eheee-mlakiiig has been brouglht. in the h?.ality, or to what extent that industry flourishes in thcit midst. Hence, woseua s ethltadescriptioi, of a eheese-fatetor, which, we understaind, is the most extensive in its operations of all others in the district, will not prove uninteresting to imany of 0111 readers. We were pleased, therefore, iat the receipt of an invitation from MIr. George Woodmain, of Tobin Yallock, to come and look over his farm, and aiccepted the favorable opportunity of possessing the meaus to "print" a. description of Iis cheese factory, which is about fifty miles from Melbourne, ton tle mlain lBass road.' Pire...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

O e oorid ,l.iiiiit w .ourna .louoiZ iTr l. fuith others who ore olnnlcted with lth, S-io 1 ll of D wlenung nid Berwick ulndeir .?ý al "I-ge of tlhe Rev. W. lI. Morton, feel . inn, julutie toall concernedl, to gi?e a O" "ifid dienal to thi statements contained ,?hicw h ail 1,rl i- your vlahtuble journal jrtte "ld inst., sit edt by "One of the P'ublie." hetly tthis persO Ii n w'll wiliher of 1he ier. vb 3loenol, though lie designates hinm Jr. A. p~ a". if he did not personally know him, but . tion oiltl otuiltn amoioe of oreiln?r "''.CtrQtiY int. tl nhe Iremlcious assertions, de :i s ,,h akidly ironial style, have the pious of roisig strife in the Prebyterian cIrnI 1 1t ie assurei the writer in all frietid " i. cit ourlchunih unitryis placed on a higher l'thta such nlas ouli e reoched ly suckl u nlds m cldneity. It tlffeitls uts lt, as will be hlen tinen I inform this ieddler that the hev. . oltonntI receivesa ti~ienl of .1?O00 a year. S-.e of the iPalic " cannot, be a resbylerilui, ...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

CtLiSBOUl\Int sirinll COUNCIL. Satutrdas .th Jasuitary. proent: ine Presidenst (fir. J. L.eck, ..P'.), milor' Poole, Iloiina 1ses' Leolas,'k Poosester, 5., Crichton, sod Gnsmves. lI minutes of the: previous nlieeting ?Were read f ontarnmd, and oitnlunl corre.ipontlence :p ln. nlrlt of tlh l'iallsonc. ;onlolittees, orecOil I plittitt fsir a Blai) hltrsog ilettost from -,n?,olrmuts ilOthUnltiit tO O37- ]It;s.t t s onumrewsm n l.--Councillor , oolethought al app lients.shohld hbe coinilplefl to hove ptopntr~n.-C'oui.r ilor Roussiter thougslht the ,rpwements required only applied to towns, and nadtlt the appli:.tsioa he granted, which was ,nad to rn Juohn 3[el)onough, asking periuission to .crttle re' off the main road.-Councillor ioer objetnd to the trees being retnored, as they r:ailade.-Countillor JIoward moved thatthe iu?tonaibe?tlted, which was ecotlded by Conn r Far.-The nmotion uas lput. and c?ared. S.-e ,ubmittol to the Cotucil'a standing counsel .aud and the opinion given there...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

A.D. 1877. ELErEVXII:11' SCHEDULE. Eleetoral Direiref of 1to,.iinglo~, - Craabolrr . ]4ST OF NA31 ES olbjected to upon (+eio l iJ U tl l Jl·ll Ill lof \uutr. r " 1I'(.i1l0 o o Clr o f d l ' col1 Io'm G'Ond or ifi g ObjC CIl to ý in fill, - ^ quuliintlom obj~ect. (lb )jeclol til ? q II P11iiclc l ___ _____ 1)1i 1 ______(! - _____ _______ s :iwPIIn±. o.,lcll bo lillilill to it r- tl Jlciý CtnlnbellllO ltll·ll do;;islu. I Ur Ir t 44 11j9 Ilt'd luuc Crnbinn lobrc mwluul ;riir 1agiltm Jt Ll'I tn' idfin ( ý lu - 1Gi rliimy 'Ju itntlaa 1lclbm no ulcrr1 I uon Ir ~idcutitll II(0o ··olC · ..u z ýI I a. i i I 1lceistrtr . BAS IIOTEL.. p 1 L'E3 lit)I to;lrllloluce to his Friends. j. r'1(ll lee. bloolie'i, ,i\i . - itoi-.d tiii, (lrenniln L'nbliL,, that lie iia, tnkken the obnoraliotl. ojil truet- thatt hiv strict dtnlotti~ o to all the-ir usont lie will mterit rJeoiiloitnout.iouitli lii. CGeorgze. L skier line of inoswlue- fronit Mlrlonurne to ]Iiotulriioig and tiGtnij iile, the Iropictrl.r.iIi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

To' Woro', .f One lrertlon ... .... Is,. T ,u. to Thirty l tint-. do ... P.ruy o1on-. , t the rote of s. per inch,: .f -(4r4' ln0frsion only.; pt ecI. ln aIII ll advertisem'ents applar i10 fr 'hree 3 1onth-. . Trae advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. . . 1ridr4 nin* 'n must1 sp4.4ify on0 the' fau e of them' the num1er of insertion0, or they will be con tinmul and d1 mrged for till a untermn?4llded." All oler for withd4rnmd or alteration to be sent in 4 on the day prior to puhliention. Advertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. SIaEC 'T:lO':T. SoIicidto2S" 1II LER, THOMAS,. 64.Little Collins street. :n·1, 31llb urni*; and Sunnyside: Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Eutchers- I.SSIOGER, JOll, 0 tO H G-iiel" 4Fal4ily B1l3tc1he Rokleni ParImde, 0 iehtmond. Niscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter a1inufacturer, 117 (ianligan stret, opposite Aryle luatre. a4rlton, fornerly of 14 Alrgyle place; Lion street. Surveyors- . I0Lo.rs'15 tLOX'T . anthoirio'd S...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

b'It' "' , . t 3uut'k'" c WVEDNESI)?A, .TANUARY 0th, 1875: At the..commencementof tithe ne, year it may not be out of' place to o take a brief retrospect- of-this t--which-is-past,-and--en deavor to form some estimate;t, our prospects for the fiture ; it must-be admitted then that we have not at present rmuch to congra tulate ourselve? ipon ; first :iid toremost we we are now enteriug ona"deadlock," brouolit about, as we hold, by the action of .Ir. Berry and his colleagues : this will inevi tably lead, unleds it is soon ended, to much inconvenience and miisery,ý and if the people suffer, they will, we trust, know to whom to attach the blame: "'Where the offence is, let the great axefilll"; this is the dictum of the great dramatist, and nio doubt the elec tors,w*illbliear it.idiniiid it'",thlballbtbliok: Looking back to tihe events of the past session we find that the title of the members :has been mainly wasted in fruitless 'discus sions, recrimination's aiid personal disputes. IMr....

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Original Poetry. WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

S-- . WAR. 'I~Tas on the morn of the 23rd a shrill sound filled the air; 'Tie the sound of the excited trumpeter, whom I could see afar; 'Twas the callto t up and ready--the eenemn were i sight; . 'Tins the call to saddle and harness up, and prepare fora fearful fight; 'T s a co ll to insllken those sl]eping, to tell themn that danger wao near; 'wans the call to be rady to mount the chargers all shaking with fear. Ifark, the roar of enunon, the elash of steel, re-echoes through the wind; iBark,'to the maddened cry of horse uand man, wlho are left behind. He spurs and courses with all his might; he see; his comrades fall; Jis sword is drawn-tirtu claped it is-they full on one and all. They're mnaddeied by their fearful loss-in auger looki roundl Thb command is given--they halt again; some haze upon the ground, Upon their fallen comrades, who lie in death below, And think: that 'ere the morrow their life's blood too shall flow.: Dandeiongi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

Whicn th Storm Clou Thriates hasten to cloc roef the sails of tli,' ~i1, 'Thos~ iho ai-e udinouisliedof oipproucliii lnUdari; by the pneli'nnla";. oSyptois. oE;fdiseiisp aiy wcUll:profit by tlio exiomple of the sailor, k?oi take .mmsures to avert it Bodily weakctness a tiliig irregularities in thelscliiirge of th? i* pi cS:tfuhctiossi are the forerunners os disease' e.Bo -warned in time, nnd&se that, sovereign protective,. UnDO HO O- WoLT' SCHIIEDAMl AoA?TIt C SoCi 'Arn , :"' ,'* ~'ie.w. :

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

-0 Ormis? areopen for thedisc'ssion of al questions rid&are oat of a seetarian ctaradter. Wle wtish it t~o diatirdlg un,ierstood, however, that we do not ihdifoy vmurees with the opiniots ecpressed by Hr crrrwpoJndetl. Al commoouniatios for is. wdio anrst he adcdressed to the Editor, and contain le same aot address of the writer, as a guaranteo of 5eefohll.

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FLORILINE!. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

Frr01 .:.; SIUSE!" TEETR Ao-D'BDE1ZAkn-l. I tp e ofh, liuid oriline" fprinluled oi a ,e.U , es a pleasant lther, which i had ei teeth from all parasite' or e to the . . preents ttartanr tops lhfto.,rj ee t pe culir peery-.whiteiises; a r'Tslneot e brt th Iremoves o. ne ?a1?g from lcecayed teeth or i t , f 5 "'grant Floriline," being Io 5t 1f h ooneY .n2d sweet herbs, is del *e B 'nd grtet -toiletdiseoerv c. Gd.,of all Ciai~iiiiA Pis ?y. .y 0ien i Ci.hllup, t83 Oiford S. , 6703eid.

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LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

Yes, love, indeed, is light from heaven;. s: A'sparlk of, that immortal fire, WVith angels shred, by Allah xveni, . To" ?g" lift fiid·?rih dou low desiie ; . Devotion' wafts the inid aibov', ' : Bt hlavrii itself descends in love.' Afeeling fromthe Godhead caught,. : . To wean from.nelf each eordidthought:;, & mifof Him rwho formed athe whole Agl!ory irelixg round. the soal. To dio for what.we love !-Oh, there is powere , . Inthetrue heart, and pride andjoy, for this ; : Itiu to liPr withdut the vanuibrd light, Thati'tren this needed; ·-t;r^,r ..' S:' CHILE.

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 12th, 1878. Before John Bellin, Esq., and W. C. Watts, Esq., J.Ps. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

GARDINDER POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 12th, 1878. Before John Ilellin, Esq., and WV C. Watts, Esq., J.Ps. J. F. Pfeil v. Reginald Foot; goods, i19 13s. 4d. No appearance of either parties. Gustavus Ensiedel v. John Foi; use and occupation, £1 4s. Order for amount, anid 2s. id. costs.

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Select Poetry. MAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

-0-o- 31 A t. Oh! trust him for nlothing-oh, heed not his vonw; T"e'will bi Yiftlht fond heart he L' suing for now; ]fe will sap its affections, and tighten cech conl, Then cri:elly brenk them by breaking his word. Oh! trttthiin for nothing, noionce think him true; Oh!. beware of the promise he maketh to yon ; Hear it cautiously, maiden, so apt to beliere I tell thee he loveth to woo and deceive ! Ohi trusthim for nothini lieill tir with the vane His love, like his friendship, is r'nought but a name; fhe'llUvow with his lip what his heart does not feel, And in proof of ihs truth use a kiss for a seaL Theiin'tris him for nothing, nor heed the deep sigh' W hich eho breathes' in your ear when no 'other is He is fickle and faithless, most foolish and vain ; , Very fair to your face, but a cheat in the main ! Oh! trust him for nothing, noar list to the vow ITre s preseing so wiirmnly, so eartiestly noiiw; VWhen his rows are most ardent, beware and believe, Thoiigh,'tis sad, yet 'tis true...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

W?EDNESDAY, JAUItARY Ith, 1878. TIIt public of this colony have seldom been more startled than they were on Wednesday morning, when they learnt from the public journals that a large number of the most useful of the civil servants had been sud denly dismissed without a .moment's notice. Some attempt has been made to justify this step on the score of economy, but it must be clear to every unprejudiced person that this plea will not bear examination; most of the gentlemen who have been thus dis charged would willingly have waited for their money until the termination of the " dead lock," and the large majority of them would have been little, if at all inconveni enced by the delay, as they were not the "small fry" of the service, but were dis charging high and important functions, for which they were well paid. The act was a cruel, unnecessary, and unjust one, and in the cases of those who were merely earning their bread and butter in the service, and had no private means, will occasion...

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UKASE EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

UKASE EXTRAORDINARY. A second edition of the Gucernimert Ga:elle was issued on Tuesday evening, conveying tho.as-. tounding intelligence that a large nunmer of gentle 1men holding high positions in the Civil Service had been relieved from duty. Among them are the fol-! lowing, viz., the judges of the County Courts, Courts of Insolvency, and Courts of Mines, and the. chairmen of the Courts of General Sessions, the, police 'magistrates, the ivardens, and coroners dr deputy coroners, three crown prosecutoir, viz.,Messrs J. Armstrong, J. Smith, and W.. Garnett, the inspectors under the Licensing Act, certain oal'icrs ofthe Marined'Survey, .Mr; Wardell (Inspector General of -Public Works), M3lr. . Ibertouche (Acting-Secretary ofailuways), Mr; Iiginbothamn (Engiucor-in-Chief), Mr. Ariher (Secretary' for Lands), and Mr. Gait (Secretary for Public Works), The list includes 57 bllicers of the Lands -Depart init, fourteen officers of the. Mines and Water. Supply Departments, ten oflicers of C...

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THE REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

TLHE IREVOLU.IO.N. The ,all-eigrossing topicof conversation duringi i thi ,eeki has of course been "the revolution;" and I nilay well be excused for devoting an.cntire articl to it. ad t a bombshell or several bombshells fallen in' our midst they could not, have created more con sterintioni than did "Mr. i eirv's elelibrated edict on last riesday' week. Tlhroughout the whole of the troublous timne, immediately preedilg thell'issane ofd thi lprecious manifesto, Mir. Berry is stated to have beestin'close conference witli a getlleman known in sonie qannrters as -"Ir. Squcliker, and it is probable. thiat, the action was taken with hlis eonclurrence. Somehow' the doeuomelit could not. well bIear, the' light of day S it was-not issued till almost midnight, aindtminy of those who were deprived of tlheir .ap loiintments by it (id not know their doom till the next morning. Among these may be mentioned \Ir. Templeton, the police magistrate ; on WYednesdlay with his usual he punctuality lanude...

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