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THE LOST CHILD FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

STHE LOST OHILD FOUND.' i 'Itivill be recollected that in iDecember last. the childrof a nian numed Potts, a re siden ouifFitzroy, w ias 'takhn 'away by a woman whilst it .ij.asiin charge of Pott's eldest daughter. It seems that, recently a m ?fhamedd Fitz ibbon,.toolk'ichild 'o b ' woman.named Ra ndall 'inCa-rlton, to take care of, and from what 'too6 plac subsequent ly,'she communicated with Mr. Potts, whose wife identified the.child as the one that had been stolen. Fitzgibbon'swife'iis' arrested, and her only excuse was that she desired to n ake her husband believe that the' child wvas their own. She made the, following statement in the' Watchhouse previous to being brought before the Bench on ,Wed hesday!.'morning last :-Swanston '"stre't WVatchhouse, 31st July, 1878.-My name is Mary Agnes Fitzgibbon. I am a, iarried woman.. M y husband's name is Jolin 'Fitz gibbon. I have been married about eighteen months.-. I have no children by myfinar riage with him. I have been living with...

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 3rd August. Before Messrs. Jamees Lecky. Thoasm Rossiter, and Mr. Evan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

CRANBOURNE" POLICE COURT. m'+ Saturday; 3rd August. Before- -Messrs.-- James Lecky, Thau Rossiter, ahd Mr. Evans, JP" Rosling aiid Stiurgess v. P. Bell; otO £18 ls1 6d.-No appearance. Tlie Court.tien adjourned.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

toutpoflhettcr. 0 Our columns are open for lie discussion of oui lichi ore noto ofoa sectarian uharaier. c i " to be distinitl, understood, hocever, that we de identify ourselves toith the opinions e?co?d " our', correspondents. .ll communtiot fore n sortion must be addreused to the E·itor, and tos the nome and address of the writer, Gs a uorJntel fail!.,

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

DROMAANA. IA The Rev. D. Fraser is to deliver a lecture at St. Kilda, on P?Fridasy next, oi the Tele.t plihone, Microihone, ad Plihouoraph.,; A rangements;, we understand Ihave been made! to .communicate .with,l;Dromana ion tlhe occasion." So an opportunity'ivill be afforded thlosde ho are desiirous of -:becoming.: ac qujinted ''iitti these wonderful discoveries; ate both places.'' ', ' '' . " " , t ',WTri Pi~ HUi:T-:On Sdtuirdaa lastal 'number -of gentlemen assembled-at themin- t vitation of Mr: W. Gib'sdof'of Drodimn:i,;for i thd` prpr?oe; of enjoyin an: aftenilooni s ?port of a .noel ,aescription, at least in this part f of the country, viz., hunting a wild hog and i sow. ..:Thennimals had been runnine wild in a;400 acre paddock from' tlieir birth,? never t having been in a istye, and had :grown to a great size.. A:. libout one o clock all the huits I men were on' the ground, and after some or ganizing: of the force the battue.commenced, i which was; neither so easy nor, so ,;ple...

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NOTES FROM A BACHELOR'S BANK OF KNOWLEDGE. Audi alteram partem. Why are Governments needed? [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

'NOTES. FROM A BACHELOR'S BIsAX OF Y?XOWLEDGE. Audi alleram parlem. Why are Governments needed ? SAfter the opinions I have already given utterance to respecting the functions of Government you will be no doubt surprised to learn that I aeknow ledge that, despite of all their inherent faults,' Governments are necesusary to the existence of civilized communities. If itis is impossible for any, 'coinmunity to exist, without having some form of .Government it is manifest that there is "a sonie thing" which the Government, as a representative of the,?whole people can do, and which, wit.hout Government intervention, would remain either nahlostor altogether undone. In order to find out what this something is, let us enquire if among the various functions assumed by Governments, there are not some common to all forms of Government, and acknowledged by writers on the subject of jiolitical economy to be essential attributes of any aisd every form of Govermnent. -Now, it is, I -think, certain...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

To the Edtor of the, , SUs lonrre and iornigton Jeo SR,--It will be a matter for sincere regretif Ib rtitep;yeirsin Plakeenh?m ore 0 far forgetful o their interests as to reject the proffered serriace Mr.-Alfred Louis Smith to represent them inthe Berwick Shire Council. lie has been broauh forward b gya large and influential section of the communitty who have recently become conneted with the Riding, and who, naturally enough, ar desirous of seeing that the rates to the extent o their orr contributions are properly administered In. saying this, it must no be understood tht I accuse Mr. Smith's youthful opponent of any is to net unfair; but it nmust be borne in mind thlt Mir. Bourke is a stranger to the new residents,a d as 'it is their intention to expend large sums in futuie jinprorements,I they are surely justiled making strong efforts to be represented by one of their own anumber. It has been painfullyeridat tliet, since the completion of tihe railway ors in this neighborhood, th...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

A brass band has been?istabii ed at this place. The committee is composed of the,1 followin gentlemen -Mess Riiankii Kirkpatrick, Irvine; andfr. R. Huitchinsont and the pupils'are:taught'by Mr. G. Smith' who is a thoroughly efficienttea'clhr., Thir teen instruments are now used; and-it is ex peeted that the nuinher will probably;reucai twenty.'' T"hre is. talk',of a concertbeing got up, at which the band will perform:. The Shire Council ?,have ':vene the -committed permission'to use their hall on Tuesday and Friday~ eveiaings for the purpose of,giving " ,Thno a osintions tor. the election are: ,Nortlih Riding, ThePresidednt~iMr. B. Baxter, Rlunr., and Mr. Thos WVatts; for the East Riding, Councillor Jones has been returned ui'noplesed,;- and for the West Ridifi ; Coub cillor James Gordon.,and Ir. B. Benton. MIr. Preston. Parsons has, been. again re turnedi unopp'osed for the office of auditor.

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THE REV. W. KELLY'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

. TIE T RE.' W. KELLY'S LECTURE.' The. local Tornm Iall waserow-ded last Tiiesday night with a lhighly respectable and appreciative t.audience,: to lcar the above able and reverend lecturer, descant on. the newly acquired British pOEbses:sion t?e Island of Cypris, in the]lediterranean i:S. T?he proceeds were in aid of the Crusside -Society.' His T orshii the Mayor (T. E.-Wcaver, Esq., J.P.), scted as chairman and introduced the lecturer. Father Kelly, on rising was received withll a per feet oration of applause, which, having subsided, he commenced his lecture by. pronouncing the an -. ention as of the vTer Ilghest national importance . -though it niiglt. be productive of certain uncontroll able consequences in the future which it would at preseit be premature to predict. .Jt hd attrncted the attention of the whole civilised world, and had already the effect of raising'the 3ritishf imtlion in tie eyes of that astute statesman, Yon ]isnmarck, alwho "had always thought small of Englan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

aLOF CH RGES FOR '" ADVERTISING T t -ordsgfor oic I n .. . .to F o , do . .. ... d rert Wordsl, ait th? rate of s. per inch, ii jt.rOsr Insertion only. ........ . r, alladvdert ements `appecr i forThreeeMontlis. " :'" ' % 84 Advertisements axe inserted"at c asiderably reduced' rates..,. ,; tn?.sments muot specif" on the face of'thlem t number of insertions, or they will be con dted and charged fortill countermanded. All eders for witlidmwal or alteration to be sent in le onthe day prior to publicatiopn; t " ;i --.:; A.etisements canonlybe discontinued by written orders. , .. Ir.BFIT, Plumber and Gas itter, 134 Lennox {me, near the Loddon Tavern Hotel- 1ps olicitoers-. .; ij6LER, tisO3fAS, 64 Little Collino street est, 3felbouriie; 'nid Sininyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kildn ''? - cellaneous ?B IBOLT, Water Filter' Mannufaetrertl l1la Cardigan street, opposite .Agyle square, Carlton, formerly' of, 19 .Argyle ,place, Enueycr- . 4 LEonsreet". " , iOLELD LOXTO\ ,,'Athorised urneyo...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

11ELBOURNE MARKETS. Lairz Stocic 3LMi , Wednesii ay 3l1st July: FAT CATTLE: 1,138 cane forward..for the week's supply; aboutS00 of hiiioifQueens'andeisshlnd and were inucl wasted by the journey; the balance was made up of lots principally from Gippaland, foi •the most part of prime and-good. qmlity.;rBiddingo 'wer biisk'tlmrig~holft and'tl.l;e prie's rclisd sliwr an advance of 30s: per.headon last; week's low rates. Prime pens of bullocks ;old at from £10 to £12, a few odd beasts higher ;-good'do,'from £7 10s. to£8 10s.';, middling and inferior, from £110si. uiwards. Prime pens of coivs,.from:£6 10s. to £7 17s. 6d.; good do, from £5 to £6; middling and hiferior do, frm' £3 IOs.-Air Cri o 100 cameb t6 hanrd, principally of middling and 'i?ferior quality. Best descriptions sold well, others realised late rates. Prime bought from 50s9. to 65s. ; good, from 40s. to 45s.; iscondi froin 30s. to 35so; inferior -from 15s. -FAT SInEE: This market was moderately supplied, 11,332 laviiig comii...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

DANDENONG MARKET. There was n good attcidance natthi market yestcr day, and the supply of; liri stock large'hiid: arimd. A goodr amount of businiess was done at satisfactory prices. . .L . "

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, August 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

PHILLIP; ISLAND AND) AWOOLAMAI S SHIRE qOUNCIL.,,; ....,i d'Saturday, Auisst" 3rd' Present ('Councilor , West, President) Duffus, Kidd, ' nbulf Sunderland, Monk and Watson Thes minutes ollast ordinary meeting andi Revision Court were confirmedi and corres pondence sent read.. Mr. A. Alridae and-ir.-M isson'sirequest to removea dad wood-fromn two roads were granted. ' Letter fromi'JTa· : Deiicon, tendeisng his resignatfionasInspectod of Slaughterhouses on' Plillip Island.held over till, later.in the day. I On motion of Councillor monk and Turn bull, a letter from'Town Clerk of Richmond, in referenceto'the resolutions passed'atithe cbnference was received, and the Secretary was instructed to 'inform him that this Council ciincide fully with the resolutions, land ald 'tb:o'rite to their represehtaitie (Mr. Purve's) requesting him to attend the Letter from Mblayor of Melbourne, re Pearce Testimonial Fund.--Received, on motion of Councillors Monk and Turnbull. SMoved by Councillor Monk, ...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, August 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

CI~ANBOURINE: SHIRE- COUNCIL, Saturdav, August 3rd. " Meetingp': f?ri;election'o6f Presideiit for the jensing year.'-"Present: Councillors ti,,, Howard Greaves,.plicey, Evans° Leaky, sot and" Ro'siteir.:' O-On tl,he motion of.Councillors Rossiter and Lecky; Colincillor Howard was voted Chair man ti teceti' i The minutes, of the previous meeting were read a:nd confi.rm ed Councillor 'Facey moved, and Councillor Greiaes s.econded, tlhat Councillor Lecky be elected -President 'for the ensuing year.- The Chairman:having submitted the motion. declared it, carried unanimously. aThe newly-elected President' haiving taken the chair, thanked -the Council for their renewed confidence in him, and assured them that his aim would be to "carry out the duties 'in an itipartil i'manner,; also, 'referring to tliherenewied sifadtof his health, and trusting to be enabled to attend punctually. .ORDINnTARY M.ETING. b..!nSaturday, .3rdi August, 1878. Presenit " Councillor Lecky, (President), "'Councillor...

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THE DIRECT LINE TO OAKLEIGH [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

THE DIRECT. LINE TO OAKLEIGH, In the iLegislative Assembly on Thurs day eievning, last .Mr. Woods laid on the table plans of tlhedifferent surveyed rbutes$ together with particulars of the land con tracted for by the Government. The direct lin e, he said :;*Wias'prboposed ,t6-be- aý;d6iible lie,'ande he thought;, that it was muchi more irequired?hiiithis:district.than- in-somo -parts of the colony wherejb6double.linejvasinex istence as the iiBallarat lihne fot; nstanc, Swhich :was "useless'as a doubaili neIf -'r e :estimated i~st. 6fthis' line. wasn£1383,964, but upwards of -40.000 of that amount 'ight be saved by tlaking up albout :iitwenty miles df:the Ballarat' double line' '. *Mr. Bent proposed that the Chairman re port progress;iwith a view'viof enablin mem-; bers to obtanin more information on tthe subjiect. -Mr.; Fra ser opposed the adjourament. ; i .i" Mr. Gaunson' supported the proposed ad journiment, andi 'expressed it as' his. opiion that tlhepeople of South;Gippsland:did...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

Si ut tNontkce .WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 7, 1878. A.vERY large deputation, representing the selectors and other residents of Buln Buln, waited uplon tie'Coinmissioder of Public Works on Wednesday last at the newv public offices. Whether it was the final attempt on 'thepart off tliede"piplI?"v ohavegbee hM oi duced to settle in the district to obtain something, like justice we cannot, say, but it 'invastihe 'largest "deputatin we ever yet attenided; nimberini about: sixty:; df the selector residents who have for three or four ye~irs 'contiinued i~?'rk "iceii singly aFid laboriously in clearitig and preparing the land for cultivation, under. the happy, im presiion thiat thiey wiid sl iFdrtly hliae iireisf provided by the-proposed,-railway for con veying produce'to 'iarke't Prior"to the deputation on Wednesday last almost every means had been taken to convince the Goieriement'.tlht- inlesstjro-fds ,were imade tfieir labor and moneyiwold ie expended in vaini ns git certainly would, unless prop...

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ROADS IN BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

0011N BULL 3U . , monter deputation of selectors in the gn Alrict, numbering about sty, B . he Minister of Public Works bn itoed aO moefinfg lost. As the deputat (Tiesd the etrace hall in whi:ih tih' p crow sually receives deputations it ?t as hae t he would receive 'tlhem in the tded? tused by the Minister of' Land.: t?he roo the room ?as comforta?i ,filled, "i thin' also several members of Pirlit . dEabi nd-asce with the deptiationhi !st in ite L.A., the representative of lrt ....n, ds introduced the'deputation Sende a very l si on 'b,. lf e hladms they had. Heosi d vie tisr the deputation was to ask, for rj!e from the Governmenti t to maike tici the district, and he narrated sortie Jid difculties which the selectors hald to mont t present. HavinRg. personally ied.the district, he was well' aware of 'ti priesn in which the resident??were asIHe now asked the Government; bn [,oimef the deteutation, to give one eec s . oef the lands selected in thie distrit, ,tep ose of enabling the ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

J,, Audi-pj cttcligcute. -0 Judging from the position assumed by Mr. Fer gusoneon Thursday last in reference to the route of lih' ippsland 'idilwny toSo tli iE would be better if the Malvern electors of South Bourke had no representatire at all... Theyt might.theli ,have tlhir'"claiiim acknioawTdgcd s iid supported' by other members of the Assembly. It seems really too bad for other members to have to urge the claims of a district against its own representative. -. ...... Mr. Robert Officer, of Greenbanks, Berwick, has been appointed returning-officer for the South Pro vince,-iu place cf-Mr. W. Templcton, resigned.;.. It is somewhat remarkable coincidence that the proprietor. ofLa coach, witsh all.the.expenses..atten dant thereon,, especially at the present time, can actuhaly' i onvey passengeraisand lungige :to Dan denong cheaper than by >the Government rail way. The carriage of pdrcels by rail costs nearly as nuch, :asif taken, thiougl the Post Ofiece. It costs?i?s, nd 'isonsid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

FOR SAL'E. THE ENTIRE HORSE -THE TURK, S . By.Abd'-l-Kalder ; dam by Waverley.• :I TII:E TURK is a dark chesnut, free from whitc, w' witlh great muscular power, plenty of bone, and possesses a most beautiful' temper. His Stock are very promising, showing plenty of size and breeding. His price is reasonable, and is to. be sold because his present owner has not naccomnmodation for. him. The orse 'cann be seei and further iprtcillars ob-, tained on application tor. . , ': ' . R.G. BILOXIDGE, to. , .The Wodlands, Mordialloc. DUNBAR'S DANDEONOG:G h10TEL. T lIIS' is the Oldest Established HIotel iii'Dande nong, and?- will be found second to non.e for Accommnodation' Cleanliness, nnd Comfort., And the proprietress hopes bi- strict atesntion to the rreqrirLe scents of her guests to merit a continuance of the public patronage. - TITE-" CUISINE," Under the inmnediate supe?i?soi' of the Proprie tress, will' prove'all that can be desired. * In addition to the well-known extensive Stable aecommo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

ANNUAL ELECTIONS. SHIRE OF CRANBOURNE T ADIES 'AND GENTLEMEN,-Allow me to" Sl thank you sincerely for the honor of having been returned without opposition as a member of the Shire Council for your Riding. As a Councillor I shall still endeavor to please myself, and by so doing shall expect to please the nmajority of my constituents; in short, to promote the welfare of the Shire in general and your Riding o in particular.will be the earnest endeavor of :"a 9«3',"?,F+?B Y'ourJfaithflll?',U T A vs g ', THOMAS PATTERSON. b St. Germains, Aug. 3, 1878. SHIRE OF BERWILK:" ,To the.Ratepayers :ofthe. Berwick Riding. ADIES AND GENTLEM3EN.-I am a OCadi L :iltb~itatofill:tlieipresent ordiiniarivneinefs in the Council for your Riding. S"Little'change having been made` in" the'personel of the Council for, the past six or seven years, the result has been cdinleisness, apatl~l, and waste. In the Berwsick Riding nearly the entire anmoint de-. rived fronm':ites' during the past two ?iars having been ...

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Police Intelligence. BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 2nd August. Before Robert Officer and James Buchanan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 August 1878

. BERWICK- POLICE COURT. Friday, 2nd August. Before' . Robert Officer and James Buchanan, J.P. W. Brisbune, v. T. McKelvie ; goods, £6 9s. 10d. No appearance of complainant. Adjourned on the condition of plaintiff pay- ing 6s. expenses. Honora Maher v. Andrew Gill; goods £2 18s. 8d.-Order for amount and 2s. 6d. costs Wm. Brunt v. Egbert Mansfield; car- riage,of bricks, £9.---No appearance. The Court then adjourned.

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