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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." WEDDED BLISS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877

CLIPPTGS FPROM "PUNGCIL" 0:. :·,nh uD kLj.? . Sweet £ompatx?iner m my sa, Whowhblte I~gran with piun dct doze, Or a.pWcsiany demand to knahw What meke h e phll the bds othe . -O. O: , tc-s ge oibf la n a-dhend cf lead, Soft acotheref my throbbing bead'; S ure here the.nirues do pevrai, Which eia o~~poed a aightingale. 'Ahb ,iiail I Tear thoie 1Tiqud" tana,_. Whea? ad th is zionti rwfth my boesn; Or wi oat lt that claer ease .:: driJd m-At Is ?.-sst mic e? o o"A b.na ji?t tihrellern wishes very uraiornl to.knoinif it would be correct to S-lecibe a ;teetotaller as a general.li quid hater. We cannot say,.never haling been troubled with that complaint. Scoal merchant who " makes light" of every subjeter says that he is always pleased to hear or a man being grate-fulL IIe who is otherwise, he continues, is a great fool. Itis astonishina what use the i.LLA's are now miakns- -Or a very popular ballad. It is said that every one of them is now oing about in his district singingr to his const...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877

:' AMORNINGTON: SHIRE ?RACES:, : 'Tih" 1877 ineetinag of thesed raesa:gain' was favored. with finev weatlier ; During ,the previoius'two .or thr'ee'' weeks dry fine d;ays hadl been. continuous, 'and it ?seemed pro bable,'up to Wedniesday: evenming last, thait the weatlher iould contiiiid unlroken unitil the fete at Baxter '?"hit wa" ove?;r buit on Thursday, morning the sky assgumed a rather threatening: aspect. The rain; 'however, hicliiciflthe'leavy. cloudls bodedthroigh the. day, did riot omine, ind clouds cohtinued: to lower above Fianks.on' and locality all dao andi durin the night, biit it was not until about three o'clock'on .the'morning of race dav: (Friday), tlihat slight showers ;began 't o fll. 'The sky cleared' again, and exhibited a probability of a'fin6 day, hviicih was after ,wards expeienrcend.', !,:Il TU' E?O'' - Mainy of the hoirses to 'contest the races werej Stabled "at Frafikstomi; the| preceding nighrtiwhl!ich, n ithý their owners and odtler visitors,'impiarted ...

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

Election Notices. ( THE. ElfOTOf8AtbP.'1IHE^ )ISTB T OFMOI?IGT O N A'N ENTLEMEN,-I have the honor to intfrm you L that, on the diseo!ution of the present Parlia ment Iehall again seek Election as your representative. I purpose meeting you in the different parts of the district prior to the elcction. I am, Gentlemen, JA IE LEL" IVES. Morninston, February 3, 1877. * TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH . BOURKE. G ETLEMEN,-1 beg to inform you that I?will be -a Candidate for your Constituency at the forthcoming Election for the Legislative Assembly. ' Ya mteebedient ot-- ly--------- JOHN KEYS. Keysborogly, Jagog2,0t, 1877. tc ' TO ?iHE.ELECITRSsOFSO.TO ENTLEI1EN.-.A'uPet f"i j rselvees, haine a the same interest in the f -ture f oar eouti r and its good government it'-i myfni?ention to reek year suffrages attahe-next Electi-on i'h" L tike an early oppo 5nly addresinago . . FREDERIC'DAVIS. WJ (ý O toifJeery7 187fl Za Z41if3 TO THBE.IE(~OTORS OF SOuThi ."ZR O?8J5;BOU]?KE.: :i: = ,?:?:r._ ENTLEb1EN,'...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1877. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877

j4 e4utb 0aurke - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUA RY.-7?I877. LOCAL= 'INTELLIGENCE : The anniversary of theo Pride of Mount Pleasant Lodge, No.94, I.O.G.T., Nuawadng, was celebrated on Wednesday, 31st January, by a tea-meetng and, concert. The weather was,. eryfavorable and the. attendance very fair, although eiot quite. eo;large as was .anticipatedAif, he day. proyed fine,,,Ab.put .150 persons present, aiidl appll earedtoiejoy tihem-i selves thoroughly. l Thei quality loft the provisions supplied by Mr.CNewman of Fiazroy, and his general management,-gave every satisfaction eat. theitea mr. J'. Brosn. P.WC.T., presided at the concert. Bro. Joseph H. Richards, W.C T., read a report irhih'bshowed;that the 'lodge was in a satisfactoiy' coidition;,both'financially and numerically;:there` being a net increase of eight members for the past year-the number of members now in good standing being forty.three. T'he choir from the Perseverance I Lodge, Kew;' cbnducted by Bro. William Woollard,' W.W., rendere...

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

tCALE IF (Alus.,uel. AqvyE IS Iyrety Words for One' Ineridn . ,' , r. :r' ' Twenty to Thirty Words, do .. I'.:". 2 O Thirt to Forty Word,. do' ... S bove Forty Words, at the rate of I3s per inch if: for One Insertion only.. A srge Discomer upon a'll AdverUtiement appearing for Three Month. Advretinements mut specify in the face 'Ii tiithem?lie number of inMrtionriioi'they'*wll' be triijnAid and charged for till coiiftermasded. All order for withdrawal or alteration to b sent in ds'i]j day prior to publication.' ;1 D.IRE KTOi 0 ;2 ; Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little Collitis streel east, Melbourne; and Toonah.Cottage, Wat. tletree road, Gardinet ,_ . -. Butchers-. .. . rcINNIGEH, JOHN, .General Failyn ttcher Bowena Parade, Richnlibnd., , f",. iiscellaneouna-- :,,:.. ' -. . , J. BOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car.. digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton,. formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon etreet.., Grazing Paddoctk- a * ! t ,11 PINNEY'SGRAZING PADDOCK,Pakenham. -Addr...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

.T.. JMISCELLANEOUSriTnlom At thelianriu'dl ,Iblowlihgmnrtdi nanment' w:hich camilqoff on ,Prizce,,Alfrqd Grepn; Proli ýn,.1o u,,Strdtlg}, itliqijQurlton ;lCb won th.c trploph'.: a .seeon timeno and" tlere f o r e i t b e c o mo e s ?h e i r pr op er t y ' . ..., , .H; ... ' . ',; , I f :",'. T , P Ei"t}. . dt+it+r r,,'") ..?io : . A nwoan, unameFd .oote,p l ho,,went':to ,Ienuy s, B tthsqs on, on.Tu!rsday.eyning,,was found, dro\ned. d Its .nol;knowni'wlisetlher the. occuirrenue was accideintal; r ptherjiase. : lA ld,: nanied Glaser; ten.iydars of: age; ewasdro.wnediinl theliYarrai;?'hilst tryingto: obtaini n apple ilonitinm'down the.river, r:: rift,:is ilot` often' thlltt ie hiiar of'fdomed ' taking fences:.`' 'A resident of Elneraldl ill' nanmed Margarot' S?klsfr?ceti?redhder thighil on Saturday; havi' ftallei'ii anii' attempt'to get over an tcu e. :: ',t: I ': iid; ':i , ?;f?! ;it .;i f Ig is stated thatlthe' Castll iibr'i VWoollen i'actory turnsoi~ t 10 000 vaaPds of flannel' a" ...

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A SAD ACCIDENT FROM THE CARELESS USE OF FIREARMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

A 'SAD " J'CIDENT' ;ROM THIE' OARHELESS"TuSELO'F0 1 FiEntll93S ; ]Between one anit'dto .o'clodk oneionday 'afternoon last, WVilt?ri! Jeoiin's,-, y' oiith s~venteen-years-of aef 1-aibir?-n f ' 'rancis Jenkins'ltqsqujtter'.ri:dsidlin ii n I awthorn, ias in company3 with Williaam Iunlcan Love, whose parents reside in I enr street, practisingi tha; revolver, hich lhad only recently.jeen presented to "Walter Jenkins bya. 'afriend. , Afier, the bpys liid sfficientl auiii sed themselves, it seems that'tlie3. had adjiourned t to ' t resi dence' of Mr.' Jenkino and wivnt.into. tile bedroom ofi youn Jenkins,; lien tlid latter, fecling tiredi? I oy ndii onl his led, and commenced readli :tlig;the boy' Love; not being so quietly, inclined, and, determined upon having, some, fun,, took .hold .of, the rdvolver, and :1hich. as,.s, unfurtunately, loaded, and. presenti?- ,, it , at Jenkins, de.w the trigger,, littl thinkiitg,that in so dbing, he was. sacrificing the life, f,.his sdhoolfellow :ndl ph...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MARY JANE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

ORIGINAL POETRY. --o- MARY JANE. On the bank of a winding river, On a glorious ummer day ; Where the leaves on their branches oniver, When the zepnlhy among them play; Where bouzhs bend to kis the bright billow, As it lws onit way to the min; In the shade of a drooping willow, I met little 3Mas7 Jane! Her hair in rih a?sbrn trees, Falls carelessly down on her reck; Her face so angelie, erpresses A heart without blemish or speck: Her eyes, two full orbs, ever beaming With innocence, free from stain; Oh, who could cease ever esteeming The worth of my Mary Jane. Her lips are two carres of pink coral Endaoing two ivory rows; In her mind is stored ev'ry moral That virtue in purity knows; Her fingers are tiny and taper, . Her skin fair as snow on the plsin; All, all we embellish on pper I" nought to my Mary Jane ! The birds are all blithe in the bowers, The gardens are gaundy and gy, Young girls bring garlands of flowers, And spread the= in showy array; The moveaose is sweetest of any, Th...

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

A. Chinamani :.working: at 3Beaufort, on vFriday?foun'ld:inugget, weighing Glbs:"'-"e 1, TnioiLAT AfEoTIfm O dA tf HAORSENES.-aAll SUfTIr ing froairi'iiltatiooi cf the throat and hoassene8s "will bo agr~eably 'etrptieed at the almost tinmmediate relief a?qorded " by tho nso of "Brown ' Bronchial Tbcheli" 'Thlse nbomone "lozonges" are now sold Ib most 'repctlablo chemists in this country at lo I I?;' r' box. People troubird with a "haoking ,coogh," a1 "slight cold," or Ironchial affections, cane not try tibm too soon, at similar troubles, if aflowod to progeesr, result in rerion+ Pnruonary and Asthmatle affction.' See that that e words "Brown's Bronchial fI'ocblh's are on the Government Stamp around each b x -- Manufactured by John i. Brown & oon. "ttdton United States. Depot, 493 Oxford-street, London, V rvica 'ro TioTIrUasi.aripoU brolrien-lifyor res by ,a?ick ,child.nuffnriig wltlitho piain' oficotting teeth l'f O?,.at perce to a cheamist and get a-bottle of. paoor's dregi...

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KEW BOROUGH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

iEW: BOROUGII rr;ELECTIO A ivacany ;havinii occurrid ii tlh'"o Kew Borough Coun'cil?oin consequence,. of' tie resignation of H.l Iledilerwick Esq: JP. who lihis proceeded on" ' trip" to nEriladii tho election: of -·a; Councillor :to !ill:the aicancy took 'place oni Montday list. IOnly too candidates presented lthemselves to the eleotors ;ioth..of. themi hoiýeer, ari nell known and :long .,resident, in. the 'distiict; ahnd it was thought almost up to the last imomeniti thlit the run, would.. be veryy close, but the result .piovedl otherwise;: Mr. Ben: craift pobllinniiearly . double the iinuber of votes polled b l his'opjibipeint' T1liproceedd: irgs,; tlr'aouiout the dia3 were ofi tlih most oriderly;achractar, not ;a single fred fihe dr cdsepf d unkenunss occurring;: muchto.theI disgust of;theh?hangers-on yiwlio like to see " ots of fun ??,' Just, before the declaration of the poll, diie perate,effdrt +as .,ade.to rive anda take odds as to the lresult of the 'dys nork,;' ut it.3ithou...

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[?]AWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

1AWTHOR IBORO1U GH COU TCIL. Wednesday, 7th February. Present :-The Mayor.-- and C?ouncillors allen, Johnson, 'Atkyns, lMolloy Dedn~y nipe and Sayce. The minutes of previous tingetg wi re ad and confirmed; ;corresponidence 'out ards read and approved. COInnESPONDENCEot:., , : ..' From the Central Board of Health,;jre lesting information as to diie' ;.drainage? rough. Mrs. O'Gorman's .propert.:? Re= reed to the Local Board of:Health.. From the Ceintral Board of Health ?tat that complaint' id dbeen: made of a htsance said to be caused' byj.' offensiire anage from butcher's premises lodgin , a hole in PoTicr streeet; inear tlhe3ride; iteceived. . . ..: , From the Goveruiment Statist: forvaiirdilg rto required for :thecollectioni 'of 'the atistcs of the Bordoigh Th: e Town' Clerk as instreted to foeiv~i rd'the information: juired. Foro the Boroondara Shire Councils;tat that they do not object to, the removal the culvert in Burke road." The work' s ordered to be done uinder tie: super .o...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 13th February. Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Sayce and O'Brien, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

.ia?i? WTIHORN .POLLOEI COURT:.,*, ':" . :Tiresi-av: (1thl'Tel iriary." ',i" Befodreilthe I :ayor, 'inditlssrs.'Sayce "nid S . h O iBie'in, TP. :: "i " WnTm StciiniienSn tiis ;charild :onr warrn t witlSiaibsni t'n iiuselffroim his 'pirenitice liii:"lRen de'd toi?Melbourne w trlier:thed - Constable Grogail v.'.J iPesTriece ?1' di?Wiii i ~ 'litoise to ?i«ider: a P6istpdie fdi.' P" Pit'icki O'Bri6it' .' l 'Jifhes': Diinleii ryi mnisconduicteas lieireds?'vaiit.Mr. O'Bricn srtted tihhat'leiail-i?iredfth'6 e fdnei?n t'fi:dfio tlid iathiolic Oifmihi ?; fi'fhiKd) Anter'ed' into the dsual ?itrrenent'ttd niintain 'iiid Sduchitilhin:~: c: l;uit the d'dfenda t.ditrini li' pist £we montlis lihad become iiicontrol Abl1fanil "wiild noiit ierllrii'hi ditti:s ifia piroper milner.'- "' leWislihel `the?'Benlch tio unpeessupon the idefendant that thrc'e xi'ias power by ivhich he conld hecompelled to erfori lis worikl in, proper'manner."' The fd fter ?-' hsei~ire a lioinishi ithe boby s"'t' tlihe'iii'ei...

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

Who Cuts Your IHeir ? WET T. KENNEDY, 5S Simpson's Road, North Richmond Where cleanlines and attention are to be had. BETAIL TO1 CONIST. we ramS THE G. - V. BROOKE A3IATEUR SDRAMATIC CLUB. Preeident.Dr. L.L Smith; TicePresident, G.B John-on, Esq.; Tresure r. Mr. P. F. Prend'earet. Patron: GEO. COPPI" ESQ., M. L A. A General MEETiNG of Members will beheld . on TUESDAY ETEUI- G next at Eight o'clock sharp. at Prendergaet'o Town Hall Club Hotel, Bridge road. w & Large Fvo., pp. 724, cloth, S., paet free; r in half mortcoW, I. 6d. TaH HOMAEOPATHiIC D3OMESTIC PHYSICIAN. By Drs. PULTE and EPPS. Revried, with important additionr, and many new remedie. be WASHI2GTOS EPPS, LB?.C.P., M.R.C.S., Physician to the London Homr opothic Ho?epial. TaL.E or CoyzErz. - General DieL?-e- Casalt Dieaes-Cuttaneo ?Dieaet_-Fevers-Affectio>n o the Mind-the Bead-the Ever-the Ears-the osre -the Face, Lips. and Jaws-the Teeth, Guom, and 3fonah-the Windpipe and Cheat--the Stomach and BoweL-the Urinary ...

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TOM'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

,. TOM'S :TORY. BT K. K. D. " "Did you ever r ear of my oriental adventure ? said Tom, perching himself upon the couan!ig-honse desk " Yort oriental adventure ?" asked Ned, amazed. '" Well, it' worth hearing. " sid Tom, "if it did hsppen to me. It was when I was in Damancue, a mere attache of a grave diplomati party, a boy. of twenty, who might as well have been left at home, I suPpose. " 'I should say so," said Ted. When gev belonged to a diplomatic party, and were in Dsmuacus. Yew-well ? - "I was in a bazaar," said Tom. Englishmen always haunt bazaara when they are in Damascus. " " Oh," said, Tom, " do they ?-Wel, let's hear your adventure. " At this request, Tom thus proceeded : I had boaght cigar eases and Emoting cases and tobacco bag, and all sorts of things (said he); I had slippers and scart and a shawl for my mother, and a garment of red silk and gold thread, of which I did not know the name. And I was buying a pipe of oriental style, with a Irn stem, and a water bottle for...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday 7th February. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., Dr. Clarke, Messrs Mitchell and O'Connor J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

RICGHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday 7th February. Before Mr. Templeton P.M3, Dr. Clarke, Messrs Mitchell and O'Connor J.P. Abraham Davis and William Smith were charged with stealing tobacco to the value of30s., the property of John Sweeney. Mrs. Sweeney deposed that on the 31st of last month Mr. Hickling went into the shop and called her attention to the prisoners and two other lads,-and asked her if she had sold them anything as they had gone out of the shop. She then looked round and missed a square of tobacco, which was in the shop a few minutes before. Saw the prisoners and the others then going up the street, one of them with a bag in his hand. AMr. Hickling followed them in a cab, and she also followed and overtook one of them with the bag in his hand;. took the bag from him and then he escaped. Could swear that the prisoners were two of the boys she saw. Samuel Hickling deposed that he saw three lads walk up to the shop on the day in question, one of them went in and took the t...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

MEETINGS, OF LOCAL BODIES, "W i;?VADTh)- SHIRE COUNCIL. ia tW ,Studay, February 10. Present: Coun'? cillor Keogh (in thie elhair) Ellingwortlh, Fisher, Crossman, Dalzelli Mayne, and Collins. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and outward corres. lionlderice approved. coRRESPONDENCE. From the Chief Secretary, in reply, stat ing that when the 'New Act relative to the renuneration of Auditors was passed no alt'eration was 'io?de in the existing regula. tionsiallowini travelling and sustenance expenses to Government Auditors, ant ex pressing a hope ..that the Chief Secretary would fe relieved from anything firther in the matter.-The Chairman made some remarks relative to the exorbitant amount clirgedi--for .--travelling - expenses, and. thought: Mr. Saunders should forward his receipted hotel bill.-Councillor Ellingworth thouglt that would- be a most impertinent ]thin?" to do, and would be on a par with oilier things .,that ,had been done by the Council.--Couicillo...

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GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, February 14. Present:—The President (Mr. Benson), and Councillors Bellin, Middleton, Newport, Edsall, and Lorimer. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

GARDINER SIIll C COUNCIL.. Thursday,;Febriiaryj4l 'I. Present :-The Presidedn (Mr. Bensor),' ind Councillors Bellin, Middleton, \Ncwp it, Edsall, and Lorimer. - The minutes of previois :neetin" were read and confirmed: Tenders were opened atncd tle follow ing accepted :-For 5000 pitchers" that of John Gamble at 245. From Pratran Council, in, reply, stating that that body had postpo0ned their. decision renarding their joining in sone works on the Doundary'road until their, annual per: ambulation.-Iheceived. aFroen Oakleigh Council, statingn that tno members of that .body would wait 'oritihlnt Gardiner Council at their: next meeting ;to lav before them the advantages of h?aviing the Boundary road open for. traie.ic HeceiredL . From Sewers and Water Sulpply ;Uepart ment, asking to be supplied with level' of some roads in the Shire.-Thie necessary infilrmation had been supplied. Fronm Education Department, asking for co es of rate-roll.-lad been sent. :-i From Tlhomas 3lunz, in referenc...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 13th February. Present—The Mayor (H. Phipps Esq.), and Councillors Barnard, Thompson, Mellor, Bencraft, and Marshall. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

KEW'BOROUGII COUNC1L. Tuesdav, 13th February.' Present-The Mayor (H. Phipps Eslq.), and i Cooncillors Barnard, Tllhnipson, Mellor, SBencraft, and M'arshall. The minutes of the previous meetini. ,ere read and ilconfirmed,- and'-outward correspondence read andl'approved. Co RRESPODi:NCE." Fromn "fBoroonidara Council forwarding plan and specification of ivorks' on Burke road north for the Council's approval.-lRe fdrred to Public:Works Coiimittee Survedyor' to report. Froni the Education Departnient, asking for copies of .the rctepayers'.roll. --To be fu?rnished. From A, iPurclh's, Fernhill,'complaininng of obstructions on the footpath on the south side of Fitzivilliam' street; especially on the- east of his residence. - Referred-to the Inspector :of Nuisances to ?r?'irt 'and take action if inecessary? i ', ;,,:13 ,, From Manage .oJohnston street. toll, for warding Council's proportion of receipts, 23 Os.ld.-lReceived.. i .. .;i (i F rom Mr. Jamison,. asking permission, to occupy footpa...

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CRICKETING JOTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

i C??....RICKETING d JOTS:, ::l, ' bj arn ~eijoyfbi'ericket miatch is annolli cOil to taike pl ih on St??" ud i necr. , 17th in?st: rIte contendig" sides are the Bohpmiians and the I\orbod; and the "inmie will be pla ed on the ground of the latter.. This mtiy, l?e needless to explain, as tlihe JBQemians" Ive no ground of their owi't" Tt iits well to shy thit i'he Bolii inin r fidi m iHTv thiiornl aind are not tliose cricketers vliohaive' been so"distifikiiishli'theii'selvdf 'iiinit theli metropolittni clhibs;t but on lookinn ovdi tlo'h i'ints', ap.'ended'"il -oe' iiotidce "ini "e'rriy of ttalent iiot to'tle foiil elsbwhbid iei'Victbi'ia' (it is 'hoped.) We" '' avhv "batsmein ,"and' bolkiers "lib' hlavdlonii aigo 'ion their siuns: (or stolen them, its all the same.)" If:the orivood playeirscan'get one wicket do:n dnring' the afternoon-it 'will redound to- their' ;credit:-; 2We have players who used to'play. kvith tlhieAllhEngland? (fieldin g,'when' they: wrere practising);, knocking:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRICAL NOTES. THE "TWO ROSES," AT THE ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

TK . HEATRICAL' NOTES:' j:. THE"f'TWO {OSES '"AT" TitiE" ACADEMY. Comedy writing, lkci novelik miaolc is at present, getting ,a little used upn.i As there certainly :must' be a liait'tdthe' niunber of cliaiactefrs tio : be ?aotra3yed, cons'eqentlul the seairchlfor sbomctiiinff. new is by ino means in eas5 c tas tsk:iGilbert went to: fairyland and lf ythloloy, but trMr: Albery in'; the " T' i:oR6es ' h'as givteni, s ilas: ork?dealin ivtli ciemntures ,of the present d?`aiy. 'TIh plot,?hortly; turns on: .the resultsflolitic tfrom'a sudden acquisition' of e'altlil:to. one Diby Grait, Esr li iswho `'' inamisin Icompound of prie iypocris3y ait stratiegy, sand,: being m-i tlhe?firt act in indfigent, oiri cumstances, has -! wonderful capacity ifor accepting' fivors tfroi' his' frindsl tlhou,,hi writl the 'ieatest seeming= reluctance.' Ie is the fhtiler, of the Two Roses ( : G.B. Lewis and'd Miss Flora Anstead), who, at the time. tlihe sior openis, ?ie iii that lli'appyi st'tiiCitlh reg'rd t...

Publication Title: South Bourke And Mornington Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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