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

Election Notices. TO THE ELECTORS. OF. THE DISTRICT OF: MORNINGTON. G ENTLEMEN,-I have the honor to inform you that, on the -dissolution of the present Po.lia ment Ishall again seek Election as your representstive I purpose meeting you in the different parts of the district prior to the election. I am, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully,. JAMES L. PURVES. Mornington, February 3, 1877. * TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH BOURKE. G ENTLEMEN,-I beg to inform you that I will be a Candidate for your Constituency at the forthcoming Election for the Legislative A'sembly. Tours obediently, JOHN KEYS. Keysborough, Jan. 20th, 1877. tc TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH BOURKE. G ENTLEMEN.-As one of yourse!voe, having the same interest in the future of our country and its good governmmnt, it is my intention to seek your enflrages at the next Election. I shall take an early opportunity of addressing you. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient ervant, FREDERIC DAVIS. .Warrandyte, 20th January, 1877. 411ef TO -THE ELECTORS OF SOU...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. o-0 A correspcndent at Phillip Island informs us that during the Christhas. nad New, iYera' ' seasans a greater number of exirursionists have visited Cowes, Phillip: Island,' than In dji'ofltl ae pre'iious years and many more were desirous to come and spend their holidays in this delighltful and healthy locality, lintore detererd by tieia want I saSh rifertacn moda tion on the island, which will doubtloss be provided before next summer. Amongst the vj-itors to the island of late have been the Revs. T. C. Cole and .- .J:rPickering.. Thol-. former. .oliiated ,;onu two: occasions in St. Phillip's ,Church, Cowes, an 'administered the Lord's Supper';:te latter, who was very ill when he camne, had so far-recovered after n fortnight's sta% as to he able to., conduct divine, orhip on:thes evenibg bbfoto he left.' !. i. i. In a supplement to .the Goreernment Ga-:etlel a Pharmacy Ijooard consiting o seven' members has been appointed, and 3Ir. J.:Bosisto, MI P. appointed pr...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 February 1877

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1877. NOTWITHSTANDING the many advantages aitaching to our,' existing .isystem :tof national education, it is evident that 'i i defective in the very important particular that it does not make sufficient provision for the cultivation.of the higher subjects, anid'for' enabling those who have pasaed, the' rudirnenta'ry schools from, folloving their pursuit of learning in miore intricate and.. abstruse branches of .study.... It, is true tha' a number of exhibitions are aiinually!competed "for by the pupils at tending State schools, and this is a step iH-tie , right direction, ;but uinles'ssome thing inore3ic donweie .questio. much if the successful competitors, more especially if the children of poor parents, will not ' gain a loss." as. the .reward, for ,their sttention and .persaverance, and thati befoie increasiog the. number from eight to ten, as proposed, it would be better to consider 'whether sobmethinig cannot hbe done to. render them 'of more. practical...

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

OCALE OF CHARGES FOrt AOVERLTISINGU rweny Words;, for One Ineortion~ ... . Is Twenty to Thirty Words, do . .. 2e Thirtv to Forty Words, do ... . a??re Forty Words, at the rate of S3 per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Disco sr upon all Advertisementa appearing for Three Months. . Advrotisements most specify on the face of them the: number of insertions, or they ill bhe continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders, for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior topublication. DIREOCTORY. Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins stree east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wet, tletee road, Gardiner. Butchers I'INNIGEl, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. ,iscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufaelurer, 117a Car. digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PINNET'SGRAZING PADDOCK,Pakenham. -Address: 13 York street, Prahran. , Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Authorised Survey...

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THE MAGPIE ON THE STUMP. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

STHE MAGPIE ON THE STUMP. a 'From'ifelbourne Punch. c Boa locotus eat; Ehich for ithe benefit of conntirv readers' may lbe' freely translated,: 'the Bos hasie spoken." i'"e, our oon Jerty Braham has unpacked his heart and has vented five colums of words. :Pooi nan i: His lamentations must have been' lamentable to listed to, The burden of them was this: He had been Chief Secretary of Victoria for sixty-days, and just as he and his ragged regiment were beginning to feather their niesl, and to quarter their poor relations and hungry followers on tli public purse, an nnfeeliog majority in the .Le?islative Assembly had kicked the !'Tagrag andd Bobtail Ministry" out of oire; "and the Acting Governor ihad refused him a dissoluti~on Hence there weeps. If it were not for his beard, we should be inclined to believe that Jerry is no other thah the identical old lady described by Dickens in "The Cricket on theHcearth." "She was," says the novelist, "a little querulnos ship of an old lady with a...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday 14th February. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Dr Clarke, and Messrs Bennett and O'Connor, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

S RICHMOND POLICE COURT. .WVednesday 14th Februar. Before Mr Tcmpleton,,P.M., Dr Clarke, and Messrs Bennett and OConnor, J.P...,,I : Nary Wilsofi .as charged, by, the police with having no lawful visible means of sup-) port ?;The evidence of ,Sergeant 0Flahertyl having been taken, the prisoner.was ordered 'tohb imprisoned forone month., . .. John tattin v. Frederick' Collins; unlaw-. ful asnsalt From the evidence it appeared that the complinhant anilid the fendant hadl been for somen coi'siderable tiue p~ast at variance with each other, and that on Thurs day, the 8tlh instant,, matters came to a climax' liy ;the defendant strsikýngthe com plaiinat in a liost violent manner witlh an iron bar. Several witnesses wee examined as 'to the extent: of the injuries received,: after which athe defendarit' mardeainstatement in "e'tenuation of the offeince 'ommitted'' bht the Bench being of oji)nion: that tlhe assault was a'most unwarrantable oijei, or dered the defendant to be imprisoned for t...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1877. LIBERAL i.s perliaspjthe best abused word in the English language. For years, and up to the present.time;it has been grossly misused "If a ifew pot hiouse politicians desire to make themselves prominent they have only .to propound' some "ridiculous scheme, and dub themselves "liberals/" artd;they find followers. These and. other self-styled !"liberals ": are generally un fortunate-they "arer tool:clever for each, other, and thietr'schemes and-'schemnisg come-to grsief.-, As in the. olden days, when the buildersgof the tower of Babel were confounded.for their presumption, so it iii with' our." Liberals,",:,who, in their presumptii;n, essay to speak and act on ,behalf of " the people." of Victorila, buit cannot agree long'enough to do any harm. This is soiiswhat providential for " the peopile," Who' "mnay live 'iir fiopeI that; as this occurs so frequently, there is some little cherub, who overlooks and controls the actiohs of 'these excessively clever on...

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KEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

KEW"-- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. a S.::The :Rev:1 D.S:S.: Maxwell,;.who ,for;-the P past thirteen or fourteen months has beei c officiating in' the i'bove chulci,;?finding tllat the climateans not conducive to his health u determined iupon resig-ning. his cchargei'hhd returning to Scotland,:and upon Sunday 7 last preached his farewell sermons to: alarge o and appreciative congregation, his address in the evening :being: concluded ; by his 0 giving,. full and .satisfactory reasons for a having arrived at a determination which he S felt would be:best for, himself and best for S the welfare 'of the church. .Themnemliers I of the church and congregation feeling ad deep. attachment to their pastor, arid: e. C grettinghis'severance from themni; determined t that he should not. leave \aithiuta public h expression of :their feelings towards him, b consequently, a meeting for that purpose iasl held'inthlfe chuirchi on Mondjay;evening tl last, which was presided over by. David tl Beath?Esq.,: ~.Th...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. o iAt ihe COanbourne Police Court.the only busines the done a; the application ofJolri Scott of Poowonig t for slalirghtcriig license which',was postponed'for mar fortnigiht: - the A young man named Bean, an engineer, weA kill killed by lightning on Friday evening whi!-t going| from Hotham to Melbourne. Ie was found dead in wit the gutter. An inquest has been held and the jury to returned as their verdict -that deceased was killed by lightning. -. . ., du It i anticipated that the first section of the Gipp As land line of railway will be completed by the end of tin next month. The contractor deserves credit for the de manner in which he has pusled on the work. do " There ws very ,little business' trascted at Crat di bou'rdon' Saturday.j? At?the Police. Court there wasn at really nothing, and at the 'meting of the Shire Counocil it was merely nominal the business to be done;" Unlessth?o 'iii?eier'i"if'thi' Cotincil-like the O: trouble it seems useless to hold fort...

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PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

S..- PHILLIP ISLAN D.i. i "We are glad to find Phillip Island and neighborlood; is. steadily beconming a re" sort durmi the summer season for )vstors and invalids., It onlJ requires that the 'esident?s tlie're should plrovide necessa?i faciliti" at moderate rates .'to make the ilslad beconi'a' pliace of ,:ueneral resort. For instance a "commodious is fel might be recitd;i and if-well condiuctedi on tli hin ciple of moderate charges, it would be 'r'eat, inducement for visitors .to go .theret The' is?? isleaiditrip to be iiiade'tlihrof li the Bass.district,, and thence tothe islandi the scenery being slileidid, whilst there is plenty. of.,amusement for those fond of sport.,t i1-. . ; -. ,.1) ,A correspondent writing, .recently, on the soubjet sdys-:MMai y persons linsearcli of health d quiet enjoyment uire ioL aware:ofithe;advantages to ;be derivedifroni a trip to Phillip island, the olim?tef which is equal: to thit;:of Tasmania.~; From my own observation; during a residence of over i...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BERWICK POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. Officer, Wilson and Dr. Elms. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

POLICE: INTELLIGENCE: : :BERWICK: POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. Officer, W?ilson and 'Di; i Launrder v. Launder ;.unlawful assault. 1o appearance. i Wm Blourke, v. William Palmer;. graz in', £2 14s. ld. Disinissd, `:Mr. "Palmer i.not" being' the respionsible , person. No :costs allowed.- , I, . i Elizabeth McClelland:'v; John Cameron ; , goods: sold, '.9 4s: id. Order: * foi-the amount with:i2s. costs. j The Court then adjourned. . • · I : , ... , . . . .,? _:.: :

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OLD FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

OLD FRIENDS. We just'sbake hands at meeting With many that come nigh, We nod the head in greeting To many that go by, But'rwelcome through the gateway Our few old friedsnd truei '. :Then hearts leap up, and straight ay Keep open house for you, . - Old Friends, There's open house for you ! -:The surface will be sparkling, Let but a sunbean shine ; Yet in tho'deep lies darkling The tueo life of the wine! The froth is for the many, The wine is for the few; Unseen, untouched of any, We keep the beat for you. Old Friends., The'very best for you. The )Many cannot know us;:. , .They only pace the strand, Where at our worst we show us . " The waters thick with sand! i:' . But out beyond the leaping Dim surge 'tie clear and blue; * And there, Old Friends, we are keeping; A sacred calm for you, • Old-Friends, A sacred calm for you.. .

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THE BASS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

1THE BASS DISTRICT. ) The excitement in this district last Week was something extraordinary. lBush fires were ragipg in every direction, bridges were burnt, as well as miles of fencing, doin a vast amount of damage. On Tuesday last there was an election of a member for tlhe Shire-.Council,: the -candidates nominated were Messrs D. B. Kennedy and aSelman. Mr. Kennedy being the successful man bn thirteen votes. After the poll was declared, Mr. Kennedy addressed the people a Schuler's hotel, Grantville. Mr. Lazarm who occupied the chair, introduced the newly elected member in a very neat speech, ,but I am very. sorry to say that the language used by Mr. D. B. K. in hil speech' thanking the electors was more expressive. than polite. He informed hi audience that he would reform the Council. In: thefirst place:he. should have a Shire Secretary who was also an engineer, lie would make good roads and bridges for them ; here he (the speaker) was interrupted by the host getting rather excited...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND COS. REPORT. Melbourne, 20th February, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

lESSRS. A. STRETTLT AND COS. REPORT . ' I- e :' nlboine',2OthFebr?ery, 1877.I I DAtI r CATTLE: We lhad r a flt supplyofhdir3 cow? laet Tliursday, i?na' sold nieatly.all at price? thawming a slight improvement on those ruling' thi previous week. We quete:-First quality, £8 16s. to tO:l,.0'; second do., £6 to £8. £8 : . . I N IOREi CA.TLE : ,We liad only ,. small. upply ( a this description of etock, and cannot,:quote an improvemtent in prices. We sold store cows fiom £1 156 to £2 10. " Ii youig stock there is no improvement. and we' do not expect much enquiry until there -in a decides change of the weather.: r'. PIeos: Tlih markets last week were 'over supplied and in conelquenee alconsiderable number wwr either withdrawn tronu sale or sold at price s howin a verymtarked decline on recent quotations:'. Thi, retiark applies all round, to bacon, poikers, nio store...

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

Valuable Discovery for the Hair.-If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use "The Mexi can Hair Renewer," for it willpousitivly restore in every cae grey or wohite hair to its original colour without leaving the disagreeable smel o most "Re storers.''" It makee the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for e The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Henry,C. Gallup, 493 Oxford-etreet, London, and sold by Chemista aAd Perf mere everywhere at 3e. ¢d perbottle. Wh?o Cuts Your Heir?7 WHY, T. K EN NE DY, 58 Simpson's Road, North :Richmond Where cleanliness and attention are to be had. RETAIL TOR CONIST. we ramS THE- G..:'V., BROOKE ,'AMATEUR . : DRAMATIC CLUB. President, Dr.' L. L. Smith; Vice-President, G. R Johnson, Eq.; Treasurer, Mr. P F. Prendergast.. .Patro : GEO. COPPIN ESQ., M. L.'A. ,A General' MEETING of Members will be held Son TUESDAY EVENING next at 'Eight o'clock,'...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 20th February...: Before the Mayor, (Mr. Cleverdon), Messrs Sayce, Toon, Stacpoole, O'Brien, Molloy and Taylor. Blanch Gould was charged by the police ivith breakng windows on the Auburn road and with using obscene language. It appeared that the defendant -had been previously charged with furious driving and that she had promised not to create disturb iance iinti diiitrcitnaiiin- On thi recent occasion.she-had expressed ,sorrow for wnlhat :she hid done and promised not to repeat the offence. Slihewas. then .fined .,l0s.: with 7s. Gd. damages or; seven days imprisonment for the first,,offence,. and; for .the: second offence" she: was fined 2s. .d. and. 2s.. d. costs or twenty-four holrs.imprisonment. S:Bernard :Quinnv. James Hurley ;, work. and labor done, £2 12s Gd.-,Order for,20s., and 5s. costs. ,,Mr. Taylor appeared for.the defendant. . .. :, :, -.. , .... S:Constable McCagliern v. Daniel.alconer; usingobscene lan'umge in a public place at fBallysh...

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

TanoAT AFFOTrONSa AND HOArsNEns.-All sfafell ing from Irtitation of the throat and hoarseness wie he agreeably surprised at the almost immediatr relief afforded by the use of 'Brownns Bronchial Tiochos." Tlese famous "Iuzongen" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at is lid. per box. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "slight cold," or brInchial aflectione, can not try them too soon, as joimilar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatle atfections. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are on the Government Stamp around each "box.-Manufactured by John I. Brown & Bons, Boston United itates. Depot, 413 Oxford-street, London. "ioittai l-.Fou re T'Tero ANTDD ? inRAiit few drio i f tlhe liquid '": otliite" spriidkled n a rwet. tooth-bhnmsh produces a pletoiant lather; whiche tthoroighly cleansen the. teeth from all parasites or . imiutilies. hardensbthe gults, preyents tartar, stopl decaj, gives"t tthe teeth a...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. ' E a' SFrank Janes .Tribe; thec defaulting clerk; hi lately in: the eniploy of the Bank of Vic atI tbria, was broslght before the City Court, A on Saturday, andd formally charged with the w enbezzlement of- twoo sums of £100 and g4 "£62, respectively, the monies of his emi ploayers. -A remand .was granted, to enabhle the prisoner to prepare his defence. Bail Al ;-as appliedbfor, and Inspector Ryall stated yi that the prisoner. had admitted to having ai mhisappropriated over £1000,. a fact that el xiould have to be borne in mind in fixing sa the amonnt._.Mr. Creswell, who appeared a for the defence, stated that lie was,instructed pl that his client -hail confessed liis embez zdement, and had not beei found out. Bail Ic was allowed in two sureties of £500..... A young wbmnan named. Emma Saul sI died suddenly at a Melliourne. lodging n house, early on Sunday morning, from the a effects of intem~perance. a The Union .'Bank having purchased the premises kinown .as the Cri...

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MEETING AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

MEETING AT HAWTHrORn. -, On Thursday.evening last a public meet. ing, convened by Mr. J. II. Knipe, was held in the Manchester Unity Hall. liar. thorn, for the purpose of taking measures to secure the return to Parliament at the forthcoming election of a candidate holding "Liberal" views. Very little publicity lha been given of the meeting, but there were about a 100 persons present. lMr. J. IL Norris was voted to the chair, and in the course of some introductory remarks, that gentleman stated that he hardly understohl the object of the meeting, but understood that it was to consider- the advisability of bringing out. a '"liberal" candidate to dontest the 'coming election. iHe hopeda fair hearing would be given to all who addressed the meeting, ; whether their views vere- irdfivor :-of- so- doing. or otherwie. Mr. Knipe, hle was informed, had offered to address the meeting, and he would ask his to come forward and say something. M?r. Knipe, after alluding to the improper manner in w...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 February 1877

CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 17. :.Present: The President (J. Lecky,; Esq.) Councillors Poole, Howard, Facey, Greaes, Patterbon? and Lecky. The report of the-Finance Committee, recomniiendifigiayinentsfaiuoiting-l toSO80 10s. 8d., was read and adopted. ,..: CORRESPONDENCE. - Fiinm Berwick Council, ugreein to pay liiilfcost' f 'ulvert on Boundary road ;-" On moton of Councillors Poole and Lecky, agreed-to.. - : ; From the Educat oiD.;Departinent, askiiig for. two .,.copies :.f. 'the.? ratepayers'. roll.-7 To:be:forwarded. ? .., SrFom'?J: "F. Ritter? objectin - t? tb the opening of an embankment through his iiddock;ho c?onsideringý"such ;injurious to iiniself and' the road; and" further stating thitM nkis h'id closed the' roadside'draiih to thiedetrinient of the;road. Moved by:Coun cillor:Lecky;I seconded' by.Councillor Poole, that ii?conisideration of the objection of Mr.! Riitter Mr. Miiukss 'iipplication be not en-' tertained. The Surveyo;r reported that tihe contra...

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