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PECULIAR PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
., ;:, UPECULITAR .PEOPLE. ,;, . ;! . i "Toeiii" miiiiid piceslihiabritiis of iminisnc and e pression often girSi animpressiqn of.greatness; brlt it is'ii;nihakn idea: J J.Uqucytionnbly, 1xaiy great mnen are alsovery peculiar. ]But they are great, ij spite of their eccen?rieiites, and not because of them. We find niore picoiile' of'iirirost "minds and limite rmnge of,thought whd are what is called peeculia than.wb do of really superioror-,anizatons.1 Thji iiblc' gedius' lining puit' idn riiord; we fiid'lis~i dreds:'of'.perious ,who can. emulate thesa,'and whb .ilso doing imagiuc thenimelves; to :hav?eliinbedhit th?osamne height.. Blcause a .yoong.man..wearso a ,Wide tuirnior ,'dollssr, add loaks like ai coirsii, "it 'ises iot'isikehisirweaik rliies?glo' witli'Byrdio sperbh genius. 'wit Is'' +"tP Iy!. nIrsp L?aTo hate shumana natureiasiSSwift did;,?does-'not make, oneo wit, or toeat?lenornously or to talk ssvagely entitle'onec(tq go dowsp to posterity; handin rhand'with Dr. Johnson. ...
ODE TO SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
, O i .: D TO SPRLNG. r r,,s ?: ' M A: y 3 Y..R. E.C? AL.."lfl.; !r:? : ,,. : . e ;o uil thy, coming, genflespring, i he:,i And hlopeful bless the hour, , When we may roam the meadows gnyt"' And Ieck'thie in?ewi ithed'bor .' " .Tisn wcet fol9now a. Power dinei Supplics each blessingrare;". i Tho changing seasons as they roll Proclaim'a fatiher's careo:: .:,i .mI I ;,Eachfeathereddsogster, of ,the:groveal r. ,:, .;Instinetive fecl? tlielmchinge, ? oi .T S- ..A d.akeanew their vocal powers. .. EacEah Simple floweret of the leaI . t.,-'.Feels spring's reviring breath ;l . ir,:7 Awakes agdiiin''neth reridnal suns' : . nd graees many a wreath'" The biids and flower, all nature, too, " tbieol, nmaluvr?'jois" "o", t.·r· 1" p Vs hilethill, and1 grove, and Strena!let too, ! Abbund in Naturao's'toys. !." , .
Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
H "olow doth'the little nctive fle . ' "" "Torniiet thie uidnighlithour; *'.' "' ' Ald bitcs thicie I a tho ig't , As 'ne?ththe clothes they cower. i,,! n..,: ow, nimbly, the flea doth .mooe,... .. . ..;) ,'s,.,-r!Whatagile leaps it nistes';. ;.»....... *I;; Alid ito smallblidy'siept aniei "'.W h -ie'cd blood it tes . .. ' , y: friendo be atie.do ;. ' 'Forif a fle' you &cni?u ncl to inect.';'" i ; oull find it needful to' .'M
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
-.: 1 ", Our colu'no r open for the discussion of ohl question Which aore notof a a too cha oparler. We wish i4 to be distinckVy'hiM'di9eý , hotdiier, thot woe do not ",,;identify ourselve, withthe ep~isioao . resaOsd bA ,it·.r correepoodeots. ~i4l communow ioit oo t of sertion muot be addreol ho! tFjeEflitor,,owl, cntain L1 Mms aiil'aclrias of they rrilc'' aul raite l
NOTES FROM A BACHELOR'S BANK OF KNOWLEDGE. Audi alteram partem. "Whence comes our National Wealth?" [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
NOTES: FROM A BACHELOR'S BANK OF A,: wdix alteram parlem.. :-: " Whence comes our National `Wealth'?"'' . '3Many different 'oiinions' have i vt' rious times been, given. in, answer' to -the iquestioi, "From' 'whence does a nation obtiin its wealth ?" Some have contended thatnall' rwealth wis' du tobthe cultivation of the land, while' some going to .the 'other extremi hlade declared that ar iation is weilthy in proportion''td its; masnufactiring 'povr'. "?We have frequiently been told'that ektremiiesinect,' and the abovemenrtioned case of oiliositc ries'"affordls a good illustration of lthis" plroverb,'for the iidvrbctes of agriculture on the ione haniid and 'thieupholders of nanuficturirig industries on' the other,' have both attempted' to increase the efficacy of the i~ealth creating factor by the artificial stimilahunt of State aid, the one protecting the farmer, andf 'thI 'other the mai?tifacturer. Thus; both hsive hiidered the operation of the :wealth-producing "causes, seeing t...
Police Intelligence. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th August. Before Colonel Hutton, Thos. Keys, H. Powis, and A. W. Rod, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
DAu td tt hc . DIENUNG POLICE COURT . aturday, 10th August. -,. re].Coeil 'Hutton, Thos. Keys;','H. aids And-A W. Rodd,'sTa4n;;o '?enck GIoy.r ; illegally detoidfi, a S'd to contain weangg apparel and 4 Lowe a alicred R 'I e j' nly de dt ppeared was Mr. Usher, wo tha .tle objectioh 'to", deliverin- up n m is that several :tilidfliadd ele al?aong'from the house.- and+ that,an otoa of the.box wasll'th'it"' iisked. - d been r fused..Aii ordie as made ehve .of the boxilig ii.costs, , ..i. pap the value oI the box Senior-Constable McKee v. William Mee; deserting his.?ife.?G1rmanded to Pruaran Court. . T'he o\rt then djorned: '
PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
SPIILLIP 1SLAM D. . nr B tA EYE. . From ithe report of proceedings of th Phillip Island, I pereeire that that bl summary in. its action with reference to Deacon than the department 'ittch he t On thie 22nd May list, an Cenquirry seh Cowes as re?airdls his bchaning diprceaptfol Bench.;at Grilliths'l'oinlt. roim 'hti( evidence against lil s sufficient to immediate dismissal, yet he still remaisrto the peaceable .residents iu that lolit to detest :a. ana who under the cloal of e his duty rushes to the Police Court tosh spending his-petty spite. .I could fill .ro gricriaces, the worstiof which is that he hr laugh under any cireimstances, for if he verdict.thedefendant is fined, and if hedw why the defemilant. la to lpi Cou?etll!, can not recover, costs.froin the Crown. A very interesting billiard maitch D p played at lBuer's Hotel, Cowes, on aa evening 'last, 'between Messrs. F. luer ann RichardsLon, resulting in the form wier n. only 4 points. Mr. Bauer went off with lead, Riclharson o...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
DRO.lMANA. . y q or own CorresponIdet. We lhav much pleasure in annoumneig a a r. in the riglht directioi, that Mr. Shand of tWatr is erecting a saw mill on his ground with a Tr to utilizingthe, timber so abundant in the nl ?s hood. Water, of which there is an abundant d continuous supply, is to be the active ihwrr,a?r is expected that the mill will be in working Ont?:? a fortnight or three weeks. When compktal, tc numerous selectors round about will a adl:n turni their timber to more profitable account, ui thus to i certain extent recoup the heary rx?in clearing their land. It is atall times satisfactory to haveto eharts the establishment of a local industry in anI pn. a the extensive idistrict the interests of hidb. v! consider our special cnre. In this instance we lre to note the rerentintrodluction of brick, drainj?. and tile making machine, by Mr. Walter Gibr?i Glenlholm, Dromana. The machine is consta. on the newest and most improrve prieniple '.,s capable of turning out an im...
The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
" Pe S£'tottl"Wiat k ''" gen'ngrtin' Anartut WEDNESDAY,"-UGUSTT , 1878, Sontme a persistent agitation "has been kept up by Dr. L. L. Smith'withtlied object of having the, raes of ,postage re duced to the lowest rates possibl e,and`up. to the present, a good deal of success has accompaniedhiW i efliirt- l'hhe po s't f:ree dn ,a letter.was formerlv f,.nur pence?; biit fri a long'rtime tlie',smalelsutn "0f' t i??picl'la~s' been the rate. Dr. Smith"h receihtl'placed 'the ?subject befdrdthLe')Alt heibly i? ?dry? able manner and supported his remarks, in referenceltoi it'-hyiipiotatibiis frorif ickiow ledged authorities which went to suppirt the. benefit ofy·a isytemnl of idostage 'which o!ll'i demanided a penny stamp for conveying a letter. The matter seemed to beegarded. 'askindA oTxf"iik?t. ?»r..Berry and some of his1rfollosers, ,and :;the ,subjeotrPwns de nominated as " The Doctor's Annual Grie vance." But the real fact wasywen arelof opiiifon, thatt'lieGov?inment would like to bring ...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
METORf 7 A special meeting of thc;Dnnd nong Shire Coiun cil was helr on id tuiay lest, when i r. Orgill was appoiited"Rteturnsing OfEir" fdi tho' xeisordinary election rendered necessary by a mistake which caused tholate election for the South..idmg to be null and void.;,/ .Iti t'! T?f?; The .eping hlal last Satud.laypf theiDan denong and South Bourke Agricultural Society was a most spirited one,n al'd' 'obd~'dal'Hf b':fiHness was done Mr. George Dickson has been elected'Pi?idelit'fiid Mr. O. Pote.q C ' esidt l ". a animated dis cussion took plaee on the subject of when annual membd?idiijli bm' iiiiciii"aihceauset'tl'l6' Score tary and somo o slr pembera nguing that it dated from one nnluatl eeting to the next one, which seems to be.the most corrett view; however, a bye lavodotithb.subject wdduld'set'th'e question'o ahn n mistakable basis., Aroportof ,the meeting appears in this issue.?,t. o.gappacar .q, pgg. injj of l.Lthe .tto t oo:tDprouin `proved tolieinm-ost iiitiiestiing cnre ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
An'ICE TO' 3oTniEli!-Are iou ;brokns in your rest br a sick child suffering wit'h thoe jisi of cutr ting teeth? Go at once. to a chemist, .lind get' a bottle of '3rs.W:' aiuslow 's, Soothing"Syriui.', It will reliere the poor suffeei.r immediately. It is perfectly harmnless and pleasant tb taste, it piriddices ntiirml qiiet sleep, by relie ing the child fronit paiidiad'thl little lcherub' awakh s "as briiht' as it liBttoii'.'" I soothes the' child, it' softens'the .gums; 'iil;y?? ill paili, relieves wind, regulates' the bo alis,'ahd'is thd best knoii? reeiiidy for dli?r;rhl? w! ither 'uarisii from teethii; o??r othd rcauses. fMrs. 'Wikisla' Syrip is old by lediiinedtalels, cesywbh'ore?'at Is! ltd. pcr 'bottle I'anufa iuird 'at 493, Oifoid , To3iloAT?r f? toIOms A\D IIOA^t3s9E's.t .All suf ferig .froui'rritition of the. throait. and, hliorseess will be a'gveeably surprised ht.the almost iiisiediate relief afforded byj the use of,,' lrown~'i Bripn?hial Troches:: TMioes.faaus' lozeinge...
To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
To'ter leditor' of Wite BathOio 'rke d 'MorningtonJernstnl I Smn,-In your Ildst isude there- appeares'ltter, signed I'A Resident;" sidvocatingi the candidature of Mr. Alfred Louis Smith as a Councillor forthe Piakenham Riding, in opposition to Mr. Thomas Bourke. ;lThýlee^tion nl?ti-i i ov;t uliedting in the aor'tty of 6 in fa"or of the llatt g'cnileman, it .will b evideht thist my object in 'noi!wiiting cannot be to influence the interests of cither, but I will not nallow "A Resident's" bombast to go un answered I.I Hi would haoe' us :believd'that unless iMr. Smith be returned, farewell to the expenditure of large suns in improvements, mangilicent houses, splendid gardens and pleasure grounds, &c. ae.; and, 'further, because Mr. Bourke is a strac'ge?to the new residents (thereby ignoring the old), it woidd have been an act of graceful courtesy on his part 'to' have retired:. I should imagine thant "the large and influential ceomminiity who' have recently become 'copnected wi...
English Mail News. LONDON, July 5th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
.Ilillljl S, -(Ftrom our~ oten'Carrrosp9sdent.) ,,;, S S a.. LonoN; July 5th Smemorandum whili';appeared an ; the I lobecpurporting to.le: a copy mof.,a..pre diminary, agreement,,between?,England, and' IRussiai for .the modification of ,the treaty. of San"iStfahno;' come t pri or to' te eltins and; lehind the backs of .,tl.eConagress,.'od contrary to our vaunted resolve .to leave everything ito ;Europe,' turnosohtltbto lh:ave been published 'surreptiiously? by one'' wh h'ail 'a'cs toconfidenitil communcatiiins ''lioh 'document created some sensation ,both 'at homeie and, abroad ,lwhen, it first saw.?the light, looking asit did like aseci"et compact to oust:tlihe jurisdictio of the'European Arcopa-us, and questions wvere put to 1inistersjiu both, Houses asi to its authen ticity;irFromn , the' explanations "nvien. in ,Parlianient, iteis probable that; thnt; uh~i -ii doimplete,"it i" subainiiially, accurate as far as it goes, and altliouh" Ministers refuse to supplement it'.whliiere it...
THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
,,.;i "[U:(£IL 8HIRR BELECTIONS. I'h sir i ..~Iiil the, Shiroeof:- erwkick thle contest, for"thl .Scoresby,Riding resllted, in .the return of Mlr. : T: Dobson,:who. was returned by a substantial triajority against Mr. Barry, who had been a representative of the Ridinglfor some time., MDr. Thomas Bourke, has beu' reelected for the Palkenham Riding beating hiss op~ iodnt ,"fr.'iAlfred L: aoitli' by a iajorry of 68 votes, although great exertions were made' to secure' -the -return'of:: the latter.' Mr. Bourke's friends rallied up, and polled a largo number of rotes for him ; out of the-150 votes recorded at tlhe Pakenham B]ooth,-'r. Smith.only:lobtained six. In, the Berviick Ridinglr. F Barr' an old ex-Coni cillor,.iried luasionu s witli Couicillor:llailey, the retiriginheiibeirbutt did not:succeed;iii displacing hlim.r The voting was very equal, and the majority only 15. ,,,Athe Shire .of. Crnbourne, there wasnot a contest, the retiringj membec: for. the rsinbouiue and Lyndhurst Ridin...
THE CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
6 The Viiico A ate-u ub meeting took place on ?Saif???i laiastI Fortunately the weather held i'fnc, which gave promise of a large attendance, butCthe number on the ground did not at all come up to anticis Spattions.... The ;fields were,, on the r:other band, liextremely well? provided; land' the Hurdle Race and Steeplechase' were rmark F ably exchig, races. Noless than twenty ho'rses; ran,for ?he, HurdleRace, which was won by::Rover after a 'isplendidirace. with Monk, who was cit 'down by theitall riun nin'g made by George. Frederick, ? hile'at the same time hi ghly favoredd the chance of Rover. ,: Six j horses' came out, foi' the Hunters' Stakes, which w:as: a remarkably well ridden race. Activity won the Flat Race;. ina .canter; ;and Criiseri36ahdtl tins all his own way in the Steeplechase.: Sulk tana 'was' an immense pot for 'the Flying Stakes, but'was never in the hunt, the race being easily won by Ralph Leigh, with Fleetwing second. The following were the results:- - HUEDLE RAC...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
Sanks, &c. COMMlERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA S[LIMITED.] ( With Agencies at Berwick and Cranbourne Inferesa allowed on Fixed Deposiits. Drafts issued on Great Britain, and the Bank's Branches and Agencies throughout the Colonies. Berwick Agency open Daily. akýcrianiatia ,etiys ,evorv4 siihriays IT. M. SUTIIERLAND, Manager. M1ELBOURSE SA SINGS BA?K. EsTABLISHED 1841. 'Bffices: Corner of Market street and Flinders lane Open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock; Saturday, from 10 till12 ; also,-Satrdnay Eveningsfrom'till" 8,'for' xeeeiving' Depoeits only. Sums receikld of O 'E SIITELIN G and upwards, and Interest allowed at the rate of Four per cent Si,~ori oni tldiulg i 'thlie Suburbs or c?ut can Number 9f) Aecomnts olpein at 1st July, 1877, 12,478. . S, Aiioimt hitCredit of Delositors at'lit fJitl, 187. £501,922 12.. us 17 " . . 'teci JONlIs ALSOP, Actuary.: SHIARE;O 9CRANBiBO?RNE. . ... .... ..-.j , -. . .. . > rITlEDERS will be received at tle Shire Offices, .1 'CrCibouirii, till On...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
E OF CIA ES OR., . ' i.: nat -Words, far.One ierton ... ... lir fo irtt Words, do .. ... .. 2e ioFortTwords, do*- i ." e Wds, at tihe rate of 3s. per inch,we ;' fr?lnelnsertiond y.i . 1b Dcrcorr upon ,ll nadvertisements appear e for The Months. i Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. . comennte must specify on the face of themin anamber of insertions. or theyr will be on tine and rhaired for till coantermnoaied. All dea for withdrawnla or alteration to be sent n l , the day prior to piblination. ,I ' . rd isements can only be disconthinued by written orders. D . aZCTo0 . i , .Eprr Planuber ad. Gasfitter, 134 Lennox " t, nar the London Tavern Hotel. 10pan tfLLER, THOfAS, 64 Little Collins i"tret ast, Melbourne; anid Sannyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. ' . BOLT, Water Filter :Manufaetarer, '117a Cardigan street, opposite Argyle :square, Carlton, formerly of, 19 Argyle =place, Lygon street soneyors- • . . OLLAD OSD XTiO, Authiorised Surveyor under Transfer...
HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
-]iOSEl A(D'DAIIYiir STOor!i. fessrs.3fcC;diochb, 'Compill md" o - porto Thereeis a fmr iniqu fr forgood liisy liorseithe for~droy or cart work, and fair rates aro.obtainable Our prices this week have been-For light carriagd nmd.boggy pairs, £38'to £64, brougham horses, £35 to £o7; first-clmss hadkne3 "and buggy hliorsebs i2.1 to"13?0 ;-countryhoriesaaveraged "6 Is., £8 Os., £15 138. per, head, each lotirespectively. I ' c5ii VYlionuA j3ADi;il ' Saturday 27th July. L-Vegeiablesi oosit, Ii. "to liis.. 6d:f.per' dozen bunches; beans,) kjduey,,d. ,to. 2d. per lb.; beet, Gd to 'kd. per dozens ;bouquets, 3s. to ' le.de c abbagles, ;gtgq do ;4igapmie , 8d. peIr b.; carrots, (6d.'b 9d. per dozen butclfes; celery, 1~:6h: to3s;.do.i; articho~~s,2s to 5s do., ppL;s, ?.ater, Gd. do. ; eaulifowers, Is. to 3o: e .'fri A per ;letttuce;, (A4b d per dozen ; marjoram, Gd. per doz. buncieii mint 8d to 1s do.; onions, 4ts to 22s per cwt.; do. grceni,6d; to 8d.'per doz. bunches;'parsler; 6d do.;' parsn...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 August 1878
LIVE&STOCK MANikcTL-F, T CA. LE: 1,376 wen entered for the week's supply, including two drHft from Queensland, the balac being chiefly fro Gippsltad, the westward,"and north'sat'dtisttij Only a'simall proportidn"of"thllosd;e'~a d were O prime and good description, !and for such there was a brisk demand t. prices fully 10s. per head in 'ndranceof-klast -quotations-- On- 'middling- d inferior sorts no .improvement from lust ,weck's rated bitlbel] quodtd. lMmB I[pn's;,lofl bi ockl rehlised from 11 lto t13; odd beasts, to £14 10s.' good do,!froiih £8110s. td £9 10s. ;:socA6d do., from £6 10s. to £7 10s.; inferior, from £4 10s. Best pens of cows, from £8 to-9 ; good do, from £610. to £7 10s.; iuferior,from-.63 lOs-'pwards.-FAT CALV z: 70 c'rc rded,"thfe`ulk I which were of second and .middlig. quality., Bst, rcalised~froin 50s. io Gs.' good,' fromn40sto 50s; second, frno 30s. to 35s.; inferir, 'from 155.-FAT SHEEBP 15,755 were penned, the greater proportion of which ,were,merinos...