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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

THE WAR IN THEEAST. .The latest news from the seat of. war is of a more reassuring- nature; acting upon the advice of the British Government, the Sultan ha conisented'to open direct'nego ciations with the Russians for an armistice, and ito ascertain fromi them the terms on which they would conclude peace, but while they ivill doubtless insist on certain privildeg's being conferred on the Christian subjects of.the Porte, they should not claim too much territory or seek to convert the Black ,Se~ into a',Russian lake. England coild nevei assent to such a' proposal,-as it wiould endanger her interests, but, if. not .too exacting, all may yet bewell., The armistice will probablvyi be.;immediately . arranged; and it is to'be hoped- that it will end in tie restoration of peace. -- This is, however, to 'be said of the Rus sians, the greater their successes, the more exorbitant are they! likely to; be- in ;tlieir demands, and it is certain- they have been achievinig, lately, av'ery 'ln measu...

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

ADnVIC To MiOTIERs !-Are you broken it, your rest by a sick child sufferinig with the pooin of cut ting teeth? Go nt once to a chemist, amd. get a bottle of Mrs. :Winslow's Soothing Syrup:, It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produces natunrl quiet slep, by relievifig thlechld from pain, and the little cherub awakes "'as bright so a button." It. soothes the child, it softens the gums,i allays il pam, relieves wind, regulates the Jbowels, and is the b·st,known iemedy for. diarrh , wilictlher :rising from teething or. other, causes.? Mrs: W1inslow's Syrup is sold by Mediciue dealero, v rywhlere, at ls. lid. per, bottle.:,, Manufactured nat 493, Oxford street, London. -'i.TOAT AAFFECTIONS AsDifOARSNESSR.-- All nf lering from irrllttior of the tlhrout and hoirseness wsil be agre?bly burprised at the almost immediate relief laforded by the use "of !"Brown's Bronchial Troches., ,lThues.famnous '! lozenges'" are now sold by most ...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

ri:t llrof tIhe0 % L? soure and .Terminiton Jou+ ,al it--31r. Malcolm 3ecPhereon, the lion. Secretary ide Ih?ndenoug and Berwick Presbyterian Com ~iE. gmoe formued to defend the bdltv-willll" the honor to claim hint Ia one of the most con of its members. its style h:is that true tdnox ring which imputes insincerity to such as r the minfortune to differ from him. I aimi md unveraciots, ironical, and ant braldly :o a. of endeavouring to create strife where at t al is unity, but which from the Presbyterian aer AsImbly down to the congregations of 'rick and Andenouog cannot be affected by the mtin' reiections of one of the public. I regret iuoranr. e'cPhereon that if some of the Ineet -of the committee are fair samples of that unity uhlh he refers, the spirit of disagreement has dentloped ton degree beyond whichl there is no e of improvrement, and the tone of lwhiech was Sin keeping with the styleudopted by its worthy in his communication of the 9th inst. a ist lo very good for Mr. MePh...

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MARKETS. DANDENONG MARKETS. Tuesday, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

DIANDENONG MARKIETS. Tuesday, 15th January. ..- - Very good attendance; business brisk. A hiUge supply of pigs, espehially slips." Gbod supply of young c dves. Very line supply of produce. The, following were the realised prices :-Baeon pigs £-1 to £5; porkers £2 to £1l Is.; slips 5s. to 1Ss.; tdlves Is. to 25s.; hides 3d. per lb.; wool 7d. per lb.'; cheese, Gd. to 9d. per lb.; calf skins,3ld. per lb; inilch cows, £5 to £6.10s; springers £' los. to £6 5s.; fat cows £5 to £7; yearlings £2 to £15s. EAsTEIti iafArieT, Saturday, 12th .tJauiry. Vegethbles: ieaios, broad, 2d. ier lb.; itdo., kidney, 2d to 3d do; beet, lad to 9d per doz ; bouquets, 3s to 8s pier tlo. ; cdtbages, 2s to 5s do.; cauliflower-, •tl. to ld ito.; cirrots, Od. to is per doz. bahtle(-; cress, water, Gd per doz. bunches; cucumbers, 2S to 5s per bra?e; garlie, Sd. to 3d. per lb.; lettuces, Gd to ls iper doz.; nmarjoraum, Gd. per doz. bunches ; mint id to Sd do.; onions, new, 12s. per cwt. ; do. green, Oi. to is. per ...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, January 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNTCIL. Saturday, January 2nd. .. Present-The President and Councillors T. li Keys, Attenborough, Potter, Hutton, and Egan. . The minutes of previous meeting, and annual meeting, and outward correspond ence were read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From Engineer Lunt, in reply, stating that lie woult have the large metal at rail way crossings blinded, agreeing to do so at once. Councillor Hutton said he had received a letter from MIr Audsley in reference to Audsley road, which he read. From Mrs. Dunbar, complaining. of the - manner in which she had been treated in having been singled out to have a grating made opposite her premises, leading into the public drain. The Engineer explained that during the holidays he was nnable to have more than one made.-A- reply to a letter on the same subject from 1Mr. II. M. Sutherland was read, stating that nothing I but rain-water flowed .from his residence I into the main drain -Some discussion en sued, it being observed that it v...

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 12th. Before Messrs. Sutherland (chairman), Powis, Keys. Hutton, Rodd, and Jamieson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

SDANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 12th. . Before' Messrs. Sutherland (chairman), Powis, Keys, Hutton, Rodd, and Jatmiesol. Richard: Bowman v.. Peter Miller.; debt, £5 18s. Gd.-Verdict for amount and 5s: costs. Egrti and Clarke v. W. Tucker;'goods, £6 .2. (id.-Settled. SSame v. Wright .-'o appearance Beilby .v. Murray ; absenting himself from hired'service No appearance. H. Wild v. A. . Aaitkena; Mir. Lowe for plaintiff. A claim for £17 10s., bahiince ot price of a quantity of potatoes. Defendant did not appear. :Defendant did not appear: A.cheque for £10 had. been paid;-but dis honored. Verdict lor amount and £2 2s. costs. (Before Messrs: Sutherlaid Jaminieson and . Powis.) . Shire Council of Dandenong v. J. W. dangerous cutting on a public road. Mr. Purves (instructed by Mr. Budd) for plain tiff, and Mr. F. Stephen for defendant. "Mr. Purves. stated the case, and that option had been given to defendant to' fill up the obstriction. Tihe defenlant had admitted that he had ma...

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

A.D. 1877. ELEVENTH SCHEDULE. Elecoral District of Morntinglo - Pak.cmeam Division. T T IST OF NAMIES objected toupon the General Number of, Surn tof Christina s l esi c OcIpti Nature of n i oj tor edcu nd of Coln for Groouids of elector's rihtper~lo l° eted toam lin ll sbideo objection objections Rt? gis:tral's ? shortly stated. by Registrai objetoii 8 49710 odbg nler Owen Paham ovraer nhood resid. Regstnr ..lft the district 2070-1 MIcconc John Pakcihai fimer do. dto. do. £5 REWARD. L"OST near 3tordialloc, one-Brindle Cow, -- over - S milking rmnp, near calving ; one Black, and one Red :and White Polev Cow, HR conjoined off ribs, hole in ear; also, near Hawthorn, one Red and White, and two Yellow and White Cows, IIR con joined off ribs, hole in ear. 10. reward each" on return to . E. COX, Dairyman. Toorak road. Shire . Noticas. SHIRE OF PHILLIP ISLAND & WOOLAAILI. CoRiEsLLA RIDING. To Mr.. Tohln Monk and Others. n ENTLE3EN,--In compliance with your re qquisitibn, asking me ...

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

'ALF ot CIIARGES FOIR ADV?ERTISING. hoosfor One insertion ... ... s. T orrnst Thirty orordo d.o Tr ,' Fo rte Word-, do . . "". y F-rt- ilor.nl at the rate of Is. per inch, if for Oi' Inscrtion on(l. Jhnre Il orlT upon all adcertisements appeaor Sfor Three Mouths. o.nde Advertisements are inserted at D considerably reduced rates. cf ,.:i,-anentl mustint lpecify on the face of them iheronmber of insertiolls, or they will be eon tinnod and chaered for till eonnternndedl. All A ?ters for withd<ltl:d or alterltion to be sent in G ?a the day prior to publinllion. r; tiasements can only be discontinued by written orders. DIRE CTOBE . olicitnrs- b 3IILLER, TIIO3MAS, (1 Little Collins street ea-, 3Melbourne; and Sunnt'side Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. 3gchers I'IN.IGER, .TJOIJ. General Family iutcher, Rowena Parade, Richmond. Biscellaneous J. O1101, Wnter Filter Mlanufaturer, 117a Cardign street, opposite Argler square, Carlton, formerly of 10 Argyle place, Lygon street. Sie...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

A bush fire of considerable extent oc- curred at Warrandyte on Wednesday, des- troying the pasture over several hundred acres. It.was caused by the carelessness of a fishing party from Melbourne, which was out for enjoyment on the banks of the Yarra, having some good sport amongst the Murray cod, which are numerous at this season. Having lit a fire alongside an old decayed tree, no care was taken to prevent it from spreading. A fierce north wind set in at the time, which quickly sent the flames over the country, extending to the Diorite mines, causing a loss to the Crown Claim of some £50 at least; the storeroom, which contained a lot of tools, candles, and men's clothing, was destroyed; the blacksmith's shop followed, and the only thing saved was the bellows. The fire did not stop at that, for next followed a shaft over which was erected a bark roof. The logging caught fire, destroying windlass, rope, ladders, and the timbering down below, the miners hav- ing a narrow escape from b...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 12th January, 1878. Before W. R. Looker and John Jordan, Esq., J.Ps. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT.   Saturday, 12th January, 1878. Before W. R. Looker, and John Jordan, Esq., J.Ps. Brian Riley v. Mrs. Bolch, assault. No appearance. Brian Riley v Francis Bolch; rent, £6. No appearance. Michael Leonard v i3latthew ri Bergin assault. "No"appearance. SConstable Graham v. W. Baker; drunk und disorderly, ,Williani had beei spending his New Year in. tne township, his particular weiakness being beer and conviviahlity, and eventually found his legs too weak to edrry him home. Constable Graham, however, gave him a night's. lodging in the lock-up, aid as the Bench considered' that his incar ceration was sufficient punishment for the offence, they discharged him. The indefatigable Mary Glossop again summoned:her lord and master, Charley, to show cause why a warrant of imprisonment should not. issue for-. isolbviz!g on order of tile Court, Vhiich wiis' eiiiprisld of 2s. Cd. a-wrik hiin," paid for Iheisili:'o i titrtliwere ight weeks' arrears., Charley asser...

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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. NEARER THE MARK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

° l:, CLIPI2SGGS FOjRO PUhNCII.:' :.: A.L " R THE S,3tA.." ?" .ý.'. . 'i The Honorable Johit"woods speaking at Hors hbnI ite other day coimpared thelgislatreve Council to s;sett of bulloekdrivers.' The Minister of Rail: wayst elegance of edictioniis pell:-1nown, stillw thinlkwe can improve hias expression- As the meni ber of thi ? Assenimbly are the anm"mils to hb coerced1 would it not be more appropriate to dinominate the Council a set of mule-drivers?     THE GREAT UNKNOWNS.               The brave man who tackled the first oyster. The children's friend who invented castor oil. The school girl who reads Magnall's questions during the holidays.   The author of the "Watch on the Rhine"-oceros The individual who stopped a quarter of an hour. A party who has not heard the joke about Berlini being on the Spree. SOME DISCOVERED CURIOSITIES. No one has yet die...

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

-0 An interesting ecremnony took place at Grimwood's Ferntree Gully Hotel on Friday last, when, at it dinner given in honor of Mr. James Kennedy, who for many years has had charge of the Dandenong State reserve as Crown land's bailiff, he was pre sented with on English lever watch and chain as a memento of the esteem in which he was held. The watch bore a suitable inscription, indicating the oc casion of its being presented on belhalf of a com mittee by Messrs Grimwood and Ross. An excell ent dinner was jointly provided by Messrs Grim wood and Ross and the company enjoyed them selves. During the evening the health of Mr. Kennedy was toasted, all presuet joining in wishing hinn prosperity in his new sphlere of labor. We undleraind that lie has been appointed bailiff near Elchuntm. From what took place .during the meeting of the Daudenong Shire Council there is an end, we hope for ever, of the continued wrmgling between Mr. Beilby and the Council. It is evident that the former has bee...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 11, 1878. Before James Jamieson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 January 1878

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 11, 1878.   Before James Jamieson, Esq., J.P. James Roberts was summoned by Con- stable Cowan; for not sending his son, William Roberts, to a State School for a period of thirty days, for quarter, ending 30th Sep- tember last. Defendant pleaded the useful- ness of his boy at home to look after his cattle, but as the excuse did not come under the category of those mentioned in the Education Act, he was fined 2s. 6d. in addi- tion to another 2s. 6d., for a similar offence, recorded against him for his daughter. Archibald Campbell was also summoned for a similar offence. Defendant stated that if he bought any: clothes for his boy, one day, they were in rags the next, and, con- sequently, he was unfit to be seen at school.- The constable's evidence corroborated the statement of the defendant, with the addi- tional compliment that they run about the     scrub at Mordialloc more like aboriginals than Christi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

TIHROAT A1FPECTIO~ AMD IHOARtSEN?SS.-All suf' fering from irritation of the thr6ut andl hIrsaeness will be agreeably surprised at the almost inumediate relief affonled' by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chlicmits, in this country, at Is. ifd. per box. People troubled with a " hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections can not try them too soon, as iimilnr'troubles, if allowecd to progress, result in serious Pnlmonary and Asth matic affections. See that the wonrds, " Brown's Bronchial Troches," are on the Governmenlt Stamp aioutnd each box.-Manufactured by John I. Brown & Sons, Boston, United ttates. DeIot, 493, Oxford street London. AutIcE TO MOTHE:s!-Are TIo broken in your rest by a sick child suffering witl the plin of cut ting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist, and get a bottle of Mrs. fWinolow's Soothing yvrup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is prrfectly harmless and pleasant...

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PROPOSED ROAD TO JEETHO. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

PROPOSED ROAD TO 'JEETHLO. - ''. The selectors in ile aPsris of Jeetho,' i the Corinella Hiding of the-Phillip Island Sfiie, fin'd "great diffidulty iin getting tto and from their holdings, it being altoethier imnpossible to get a vehicle to the miioritv of them. They petitioned the Shire Co?liici, a short time ago,' to have .n roadl manndfor tlhem, and it was decided-to askitheGovern mnent to grant a sum tof, money for::the . purpose. A meetingr- of about twenty-five of the selectors.. as:, held, at the 'Albion Hotel, Melbourne, on iMonday:night,: at which the Pr.sident of the Shire, Concillor Monk, and the Secretary'attended for thei purpose of taking +inton cuisideration :the best means of getting"ra'road cuitto-their selections. The-chair was occppied by Mr. S. WVst, president ,of the Phillip I Island Shire, who explainedrthat "an application hdd been miade t to the -Shire Council. for sohni assistance towards 'cutting a. track to: the s lections. The selections were in Corinell...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

·I 0trtpeOntb tCt~r Our eoiumn, area c' teei for dihe so d t, '_'eoiicri are not eJ a Yeetdian 'ehara-le. gp1 toIaranertIfejly faUniinserto ( Me iwane mvl e dust s ofle .d te r, an f udeutf a e eit r e ceui tneo'ei 4 e

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

J3)A ENONGU MHARKET. S: great de:d of bu.in:ss no? doue in the a yesterdail, the -upplh of produte eusd live hd being rather larger than usuanl. The ?-es fine, and indtiuced a good uttendalnce of IMessrs. ]gan and Clarke report the ftl . t the riling r, :.-I ig: 1co.ns, .10. luo i porkers, 25. to a5e.- clip, sa. to 1c.-.; -i,,. to,.:.; hides,:kl. dper lb'. culf skinh? :ls1. I Iotantots, as. per et.; chIer e, 1d. tuy l r.: ihoner, l-. to tid.d miilkiilng ro.-, to 1 5. heand; spriiger, £?i 10s. to £7 do.; vtrliote. to :ois. do.; fat Bows, £.1t l(. to £5 do. ; stor :. 30s. to G65. do. E P%4t " .-0T arr?L', Mi iltay. thll t alun Vegetabler: oBeanI., tbroid d. pt r lb.; do.:Eb 2d to to :ld do; beet, rtol to hi lr dot; ki 3s. to 12o. per doz.; eldhhae-, .. to ;". carrot,. idl. to 1I. ler dozen hunch.; n: water, Gil. to tIl. do.; cucumIers, _o. to . i dozen ; garlic, Itd. !o r 1b.; rattut., i,1. tei per dozen ; anrjonrau, . to sd. plr doe. Iueh: maint tid to &i do.; onion. ner., as...

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OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. LONDON, 18th January, 3.45. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

;,,OFFGRIAL WAR !tELEG IAMI. [1. ? ;10?i? • % . ' s . .i. ; .. .. "? " - ,'Meeting?? throu?lout, the" acointry: liave for maen days ur'ditaleeutral policy on tlhe Governmenet. The'Queens speeClh iein in conformity withi the, gein ?rilv in~iinifested opinion, itlhas a.very trninqilising,.effect.... , .. - '. I d e T', . an..ar. ,1st..:, ?t The Russianebthxsemiken.A.lriono ile and hohldpossession of it. The Tiurks tave des royed the ma?ljapgci4nd s-graglio, have (evacuated the town, and are fulling back on Constantinople. .' . : " ::i :' An 'in'urriction has broken out in Thes-' al*r :.-il'tomimrnshave -beetreallette?rr def.nd their euw ay. n ¢M - ' Nothidn liar resiitell yeTrom thI nego tiations for an armstice. A trial was, iade onu Saturdiay of the paddle steamer iclanil, wili h as recently, been biil?t.for. the Giipisland Steinli 'avni ention,, Company ...hby Messrs.: Alexander" Kennedyf: nd Sons, ýof :l'rra: Bank: 'The vessel weint do?n lle Bay for! some iniles; attainiagii an ar...

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TECHNICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

1ITCIL'TCLTICALt'--':u Inu."ig " whl re.. he, "y~ou li! i" said on agry; futhler. to his son wio cnice in nbont 11 o'clockaufter his lirst evenhf l'ith his i' tolbod.ls :ifr ichansner. 'lcen to, aa committee mneeting of thllcgeneral court," was the reply., 0,Then" theoold gcntlealsu rentiamlbred len'.!he wass a bos, elmiuged:his tone; iind rearked,"i Well,; T, suppose they will report progress, adruIci, .the subject; one iieil'and pretty aoon will go into the regnlar inight ])I FFFn4:T "1WAYS OF' P-I.Gl G I.?'-This tie a ccientific way if iia ainm folls b kcp in ile sittiii ,posnre withhlisuioth open, ]it jaw drops; the to1L ic not Ixing in intact wit llthe hoard plate, theisnctoril since is olhterlted ti soft toltlo no lower adheres to the row t of ls toui. and if res pirtiou be irred on through the mouth;, thi ns cnbrl cortails. eii i vibihite." .Aul this is the popular form "if .Ifu n does nt keep his mouth Eho whiei.sieep, he will snoreb +" s man bh the lmann of P'hilo.wrlio wus...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 January 1878

r"T1l WARi.iN ,TEE 'EAST. L:?oriteles, ralis from .Europe ?dhow that the T?urks'aire iilmost entirely at thid niercy of tlhuirr pponents, ,and that they aie' anxious to miake pnce. Meaniwhile negotiations are leing miade for an armistice, and the Grand Dukq I'Iictol ono bheljalf of Russia. has.con-. seuit~ell'lto oinnfer with Servclt Ia'lia 'atuid Naornvk Pasha on the" suhject. As late as `the iGthiist, lighting wasgoingr oni as vigorously *ms ever and a great battle was taking place ait Philipopolis. This town is on the road from the Balkans to Adrianople, w.hiclh is therefore sFiriusly thieatnid. Thea Russians were still vigorously prosecuting the cnmpaigain iArpenia,annd were reported to, have completely invested `Erzeroum. Malochexcitement.prevails in the Levant it' tie attitude of England, whosen policy is still' stitate 'tii"obeiot to infterfere in iinyway unless British ;unterestsare tireitened. IThe Elilish ,,Parlitaniient. ias:, opened; lhy. coin-, mission on the-th ,a Janu...

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