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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 September 1878

MELBOURNE MARKETS. LITE STocE M3Anr-rs, Wednesday, 11th Sept.- FAT CATTLE.-Tlhis market was again largely sup. to weight, a few odd beasts higher; good ditto, from £7 to £8 10Os.; second ditto, fron ~£6 to £7; inferior ditto, from £4. Best'p'ieis8ws, f'fii.ft6 10s. to £7; others, from £8 10s. FAT C.ALTE.- 100 were yarded, the bulk of which were'of second an iddling._dercriptions.;._uclL..-wcin dulL demand. Prime and good sorts realised satisfactory rates. . gtroldjiat:?fron.m os. to:GOs. ;'goodfiixi! 35s. to 45s.; second, from 25s. to 30s. FAT SHEEP. 416-were pennedrsthe.greatrpovti6n-sfwhich were of second andmiddling quality.'rime cross-bred wethers realised firom :16s"to" 17i.s extra to 19s.; good-ditto,-from 1i1s. to 15s.;- second dittoffrom 12s.x 6d.\to1lls.,6d -inferior from-lls. iPrime Weoriiio iw:t di( cr0m isrle Gd. d(o its -6d;. at'e extra, to 17s. G6d. ,goo4 ditto,tfqm" 13s. to 14s.; second do., from lls' 6d to' 12s.' Gd" inferior, from Os;lFPriilMet'rMoeino i tr,tlrom ls...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, September 12th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 September 1878

Meeting of Local Bodies.   OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, September 12th.   Present—The President (Mr. Ingram), and Councillors Jordan, Lavidge, Thompson, Kelly, Wilks, and Miller. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDANCE.                                       The Shire Council of Warnambool, suggesting fr of ? hing u bill pll to provrle nI tl s, tin,,,-It wse decided 'to requiist Intief for the district to support ,tio Bill rn lirron'ore, M hont Ening Ii, l .M Bd suitable acconmmodntion at his to he Ue of eouacillors Whenlupo publ .o ithelnbouri, nd drery. frailityisa, pro Sthir nouodi on-toth 'for persionl f tre annd 'i trmnetieng the' bsiines 'of •n • elbo urne.-Received ;:: :i ...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, September 14th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 September 1878

'." i , Saturday, Septemberil4thl : -I,; it':t Present: The :President (Mr. Jatnies Lecky);, and, Councillors Greaves, Poole, dowardni ; Faceyi Evans, Patterso;Patteison; and James Leck~,jun On tlieetioion of Councillor 'Leckyjuni seconded v Councillor Howard, the miiinutes of the previous fccting, after being reiid by tli'e Seciretary, were con FINAfg CE.i A A Councillor Lecly ?juin.'fioved and Councillor Rossit?f'siconbitra that acountblarmoiuitiingto abbiiot £50 be paid forthwith.-Carried. The.Council. here adjourned for half-an-hour to pay away the cheques, and o:rcauming. S ,\ oTrwAID coSiaeSP ODENccE,""' I Was read, when CouneillorLeeky jiin proposed and Councillo-r los.iter sebonded that itbe;approved of.; -Carried -.' : ,. S INAWAUD CORRESPOODE\CE. From J. f Knox, Secretary to the Benalla Shire, statihg that thirblocal member, Mr. George Sharpl' T.L.A. wasaigitating an amendment of the Lunimacy Statute, so that the expenses attending its proper dlministhation iiiht be paid o...

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NOTES FROM A BACHELOR'S BANK OF KNOWLEDGE. Audi Alleram Partem. "Final Issue and Balance Sheet." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

SN'OTES-,FRO3.1 AXi BACIIELOR'S :BASK OF 'O ;O, . . i i OTWLEDGE.. i An . I :M llr arlen. i..!; i. " Final Issue and Balance Sheet." ' Our talks on political queationis have now reached a period when I think it would he advisable to take ,a look back, for the purpose of seeing ceicly where '-wesre stthe prescntinoment. The complaint made ii : y iitrdi ictoqy iioiice as to tohe had state of both .extrmess of .Victorian, ociet, vir., nt: the head a : ministry-the members of which were certainly not ,:conspicuous' for moral and intellectial gifts ind cn dowiiints and at tie tail, numbers of smokinig, swearilg, and idle youngsters, and iio that belier Sing' such a state of things to be the natural outcome 'of .political" ig.orance, I determined to doa what litlleir jri ,in m power to re?eied this lamentable state of things, you may remember. In my first 'paper Icame to the conclusion that the foundation "of iight hetion in political matters is the same:as in ery oither callin in' life, ...

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LONGEST AND SHORTEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

10GEST AND) SIIORTEST.. . ',The sweet west wind is flying ' SOer the purple sea, ;' And the amber danylight dying On roadway,'hill, and tree ; The cattle-bells are rining' A ;4mong the slanting downs, 'And children's voices flinging :Glad'echoes through the'towns? ' The'o wn white clouds arc trailing . ' :'Low o'er the level plain; . nd thl wind brings, with its wailing,' ' The chill of the coming rain. The wan white clouds are trailing ,... .. Low o'er the level plain ; -And the wind brings, with its wailing, SThe chill of the coming rain ,. Fringed by the fadcd heather, 'Wide pools of water lie ; And birds and leaves together ,? VWhirl througl the evening sky. , "HIaste thee away, 0 winter day!" '. . . The weary-hearted weep anud say, " Sad is.thy light and slow thy flight,. Sweet were the words, "' Good night! Good nightb!" ...~1. ' ~:...E. I.·.. ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

FLORILINE!--FO TnI TEETsH AND BREAT-.-A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a plealssac t lathtr,?which thoroughly cleranses the teeth fromn all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar,stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculidiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fnagrance tothe breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising fromn decayed teeth or toblcco .smoke. The "Fragrant Floriline," being omlposed in lmrt of honey and sweet herbs,: is deli-, cious to the taste, and the greatest.toilet discovery of the age. .Price 2s.,6d., of all Chemists and Per fumers.. Prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford 1 street, oundoun.l . .. 6703eutmd . ~ l . ...., '++ ,?* .,+! ?, •? E, +. ., ~ , ., + ?t ! ) ' VwALUiAE t SCoviFOR To i ILtnn If yourO E hair is triniig grey, or white, ior fialliig off, sa "Tlh&3fre' i i Hiaiirt RBe ier,'l for itis I pooidedy re'tor ieiks v?r' e cas?m re?or edlitc hair to its oririnil colour, :llitout ...

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Original Poetry. "ILL MEET MY LITTLE ONE AGAIN." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

Lonclp I fitcdi thirough the long weary night, O'er the pale little face, whieh no longer is bright; Too plainly I' ee thou art wasting away--. . T~oo plainly I see, the dull mark of decay! Soon must the cold, quiet griave e thy bed, S, Whlere sorrows disturb not the sleep of the deand; :'Whcerc troilble doth cid a'nd where sufferings ecasc, Thier wilt thou silentlysliunbicr inti . poc 'Oh yes! It'mustbei : the hour slowly, draws nigh, ,When angels will bear thy sweet spirit on high, And free .from the pains which noirwtroublo thy 'breast,H. . :Thhour wilt 'elnly repose with the angels at rest. Too soon I must ield thee, thy pirit to soar To bright regions 'above, whee liti eomneth no miore; - Too aon riesist I port withll, the'oin ithat I loce it tio meet thdiee, iy darliis -to ,meet tliresbhore! .. idr J.DOBSON 'Windsor.' ... , " {.:. ý1

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Police Intelligence. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 21st September. Before Messrs W.R. Looker, Jordan, and Irwin, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

?iqicc _ntdlirgnnct -0 i: OAKLEIGH -:POLICEi COUt'I'. i *, . S. 'r.,i y. pte-i.e.'. I:' iBefore. Messrs..W. .R.,iLooker, 'Jordan,:i and . :Irwifi?J.p/? .'.l. , ,.P i· . l *.hiv. JoilnPstchier',,Ju or .; uiilawful assault-Fined 7s. id. and s. id odSts.'4 : . , " * in. ) . ., . . Coinstable G ri?! 'Phos.B:lntiey felon ously stealtnn' wood.,'o, apipearance, S -, i. . ,. 4 . 1. .. " , (li? ,, I.... .. I warrnnt to issue..ei,: o ;l;r-:' ;i '*lii;l' ,l i ;:Jamesie Holt v. Janies';Brown ; board 'in, Iodging" £3' 12s.-Order ,tor am?iout', and S. id costs, lin defa'`lt 'distres " SAnnie ies v.MiclaelMurpihy; board and lodging, £5 16s;6d.- Order for. amount find ss.Gd: costs.: ", .. "!? ) "'i .: : !. SJaiines Berry i.' Jdhri'A'Lcke; cihatl sold d delivered, . 3 , Complainant i ad purchased.from the pound a first' class horse ut on trial discovered i that iti'bickediwith his hind legs and kicked with'his fore ones, consequently had negotiatioinsitlh the local ,butcher for die purchase but did,...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 21st September. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

" DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL Spe il eet - Present: Counclors Potter (President),iAttenboroug~h, Rodd, . Tliiroii Simart' Orgill, T.' Keys, and W. G.; Keys.. a .T he cqonsideration of passing a bye-la w requiring vehicles to carry lights after dark. was postponed to next meeting. C * OORDINARY' MEETINC. Minutes' oflprevious meetinwg were read and confirmed." S o,-E ' CORRESPONDENCE. From Lands Departnientj forwarding list of selectors on Carrum.Swamp liablehto pay drihinige rate.-The secretary wais instructed to apply for paymeint of this rate. ! From CollectorAlfred Hospital, Eye and Ear, and other charitable institutions, ask ing"ford donations. -To be consideiedi?ait1 the next meeting. From Under-Secretiry;, intimating that Jno. Smith? junr., has been appointed Goverinment Auditor.-Received:. From Public Works Department, for-! warding copy of resolutions passed at Shire Conference Meeting held on 14th and 15th of August, and asking this Council's opinion thereon 1?Tlie ;Council adop...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

Ir todiseasslio f alltequelstion. Ne n forttofua oario arator.. Ve wislh it i dinrt ,, .,Itersatoodr,her that tee do osot Sh f ai. IEfli? h l aopiadids expressed byl Odell*. i d etIt coianOfn * far an. rNr t. addreOled to loe Editor, adt contaln atiodress of the writer, ts a guarantee of & C? sf YCe C?afh Iaar?e anwl .orrlrnyioh. lrourn.L o wb ith regret I am going to'ofer eto the 6 Aoidate, gentleman i ho 1hns jnstly won colkvt rputation for beiig hodndst' iindhonor a th prite dralings. t ii the .Darao?go. of 8th ultimo is a production' of his re l ar , or rather censure, as .h ,hits out a left at members, eX members, intflaential .mint for legislative' honors', road ? o5ior the cause of his defe*g ind winds a ceesion of stories that hrve no marrow. ra se~ssed of less spleelriand more trweoanld make an cligont coiucillor,; but b letter.writinlg, not roead-nkitig, 0n1l I seti eek lie will come down aon me with j ill crash like a theuiaiil of b?rietks f tntearly exploding, it...

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 21st. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

SDANDENONG POLICE COURw S'.. , Saturday, September.1st. Before '=3essis. :Huitton, Henry'Powi, ?A. W. Rodd, H. M. Sutherlanid, anid I keys. .riDandenong ,Shire , Council. v.- Henry Swords, unregistered ?og. Dismissed sum mons not properly seirved. ' s-DtpSe .v. Ged Chandler ifnregistered do,.,t- Settled .... . . _ . Same; v. -'Wm. Fod ; .two unre"gistered? dogs. Defendant alleged as ia reason for not pavings that he held the' Dandenonu Council and their doings in extreme con. tempt.--The'Bench 'iiot befing able to enter iiAto the"'siirit of defeidant's, vies, fined himi'5s* for eacldog, with anintimation that if lie did not have the animals registered, he was 'liable to be fined each. Court day.-To this defendant :replied: tlt his- ?eakness as to the Shire Council !whs' so' great that lhe would suhmit'to the fines: " •Same v. Jas. Brads';. unregistered,,dog., Settled.'in .",J "! n Same v. Mr:! Carson' unregistered dog.:-= Fined 5s. ain'd Ss. d..costs Same v?. David Coinill rates 17,...

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EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

. EXTRACTS' FROM .'UN H. The principalcartoon represents the Commissioner in the character of a performingg monkey, in charge of Mtr. Oaunson, who with an instrument of torture in his hand labelled "£2000 pilblic money appro-. priated by Wood, " says "Nosw, sir, yois just apolo gise to the companly and to me." lions Schwartz has commenced another series of his' eitertaining pipers, giving hiis " Eggsboeicnecs at a'shmall dinner. barty. '---. - ;; :' ii l In " Notes on Current Events," by a Vagabond,; thefollowing laragrapsh (in referencto thoe Age and Mr: Bery) nppea?s :-=Mr.'Beirrj wasiathiierrough on thsgAAtsririn tie'ilirgsd the Mchlmr iinn prensaviths depreciating the value of our seeurities in Esiglaid. There can :be no ddubt, ho?ievor,-thit if that.paper does find any readers :in London its former, denun ciations of tihe head of the Governmeint iwodld nathi rally dispose thesin to viei with' suspicidn any pro nostioiis feliis a losianmaintinig fromsi' `Govern ment in whichi ' ...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, 21st September. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

MALVERN POLICE COURT .",Saturday; ilst Sept mhdr efore .Messrs. R..Lewis; Hunter, and Master's; J:P ;:. ,; " Donald MiKa v. A. CM'urray, feedin, a horse, £1 s.---Settled. Thos Allen v. James McdDougal; carriage of goodss=Dismisnisi ed.?? Constable Hidyes v.Dennis Morris ; drunk in a publio'lii lwa:.Fined.5s. 1 Same v. Peter` Bu?kardj?no control. Fined lOs. ' ! The Queen-v. John 'Devereaux, junior, larciny, of two horses as far back as July, 1877.".The'eIvidence not'beiing clear enough to send the prisoner'to" take his trial the Bench dismissed tie 'cas MI.: Miller de ferieedi:thejnrisai our. ned?' I fi ýThelCourt then adjourned" e .

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

i DANDENONG MARKET. In consequence of the threatening weather and tbho heavy rains which actually fell yesterday, busi ??ness at this marlket w almost at a standstilL The sup pl of all descriptions of animals was extremely small, but the buyers were still more meagre. Very little business was done of a profitable character. The supply of pig was small, but still prices re ceded greatly from that of last week. Caloes fell a little in value, on account of the lambs just now coming in and displacing them in the consumers' market. Iorses were a perfect drug, and did not, except in a very few instances, realise the expecta tions of owners, and were therefore not parted with. Two splendid black Alderney heifers, just calved, Sacre bongllt by Mr. Holt, of Onkleigh, for £11, but they were the pick of the mnarket. Theo retrealised very inferior prices, as the whole of the selling had to be done in a drenching hail and rain storm. The aiscellancouspreduce was allnffected by thegeneral depress...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

.....- wI--,"MELBOURNE MIARRETS. --. LLrW STocer 3LMA ET, Wednesday, 18th Sept.: FAT CATTLE: 1716 came to hand for the, week's ,supply, eonsisting principally of :drafts from Gipps land, tile W'estward and Queensland, those from the latter place were much wasted by the journey, and a large' nti~iber were ;old as stores.: FAT CALVES : 100 were yarded, the bulk of which were indifferent. Best quality were in demand, and sold at from SOs. to 85s.; good do., from 40s. to 45s.; second, from 30s. to 35s.; inferior, from 15s. Sales madi: 9 for 3Messrs;:Montgomery and McDonald, to 44s. ; n small dift for fesri. C.i and A. Finlay, Glenor miston, at 42s. a a draft for Mr. Harris, 265s.-FAT SnEe:-14,827! were penned, consisting of from middling to prime. descriptions. Prime crossbred wethers sold at from 16s. to 17s. Id.; good do., from 14s. to 16s.; prime merino. wethcrs, 14s. to to i5lo; 'a few extra to 17s ; good do., from 12s. Gd. to 13s. Gd. ;second do., from 11s. to 12s.; inferior, from ...

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MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY SPRING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

'MORNIii NGTON FA-RMERS' SOCI : " 'SPRING SHOW.: .' ; ' ';lso andl?sal of Uir~~hond oie stock, ii paradeof,stallions, inconnection .with.the Mlorningtoi,.arimers', Sociei, .will be -held'on,'fTlIursdaiy..iri the Show iYards Biriwick. '1Mahiy other spring' shows"of tins class. have already bj:!i??li' ld" in thdecolny this year, and, havebeen .attended aith very. considerable success.!; They. have bedn found to' ivork well as a means; of 'dis seminating. through tlie localities ii wichil ihey'1 vere I liel,, ?(numb'r of a'ellbretd animals ,,which, otherwise wouldi not have been introduced'to Ithe inhabitants,-and atda sehsori',tob,,wlh.ni thieir introdiction will lie ofg re at valie to ,lrdeers iii the 'iimprove ment fntheiristock.. We. do inot think'thee Mornington v:Farmers!;' Society ,.has .over estimated eitier he desirability of having a spring show or the-capability, of the siur rounding: stoclt-owners to send a collection of animals tliat will be,,wortly the inspection and atte...

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ONE OF THE VICTORIAN AMBASSADORS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

'ONEOr' TiTHE VICTORIAN '"IMBAS ,. . :SADORS. : b The followving' facetious :.satire 'on Sir Bryi?h 0,'LoIghlen 0 one, of the t priposed amnbassadors to ,go to England,' which ap peared in the Daily Telegraph, is ,orthy of perusal.:-r ,:i: .1rl e A eynieol antd ofling" nublie; whlen'it first liihard of Sir Blryn O'Loglen' inteided 3jouriey;to .Eng land, asserted that hlo, was mierely oing ns the residtiary lea cei f 'tlic 'eiSt:Gng eraeis hip ;' tlht it uas..sn astutemoro of his,. in order to gethIis itavelling '"expensses paid. by' 'a ,mitlcndiring country; :iand that 'this 'would be ipleasaCteri i and more profitible than 'the method, employed by this hoidurable and learnedgentlenlmn mid lhigh-lninded baronet to ciniorate from Diublin to Melbourne. But the public did him an injustice.: Sirllrvann's mission to .the' imother-contry-l is' of-:far hIgher imlportance,,and is altogether free from selfish ails. lie is going to 'set .lritish finnneiers right ujioin iuestions affecting i·n...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

;?-nWEDNESDAY, SEPTEM-BER 25th, 1878. AFEW weeks since when amionster depu tatih of seletors of BulBun iln waiiled upon the. Commissioner of Public Works, to ask that the Government` wvould do something towards providing,road? for those who have settledytherealthoughltheir- claimrs- vere fairly .placed,bpfore him he, declined. The application then made- was that either a vote of £20,000 or a year's income from theilands of tie district? should Ie .gin 'lit proide roads. This was similar to what we hadi suggested previously: 'nhd, was` biitt little eniough to ask'.,t1The requestcwas refused, and the deputation. taunted. by his highness ithe i Commissioriiri?, is .wllsto-do .g eople." He, however, -told.. them that he had arranged fori tlienrcessities, of the district, and they would, he satisfied ,when the esti mates :,werelmaide pbhlic.: 'There mwasano use in trying to do m wth him, 'and whien the estimates appeared a trumpery sum of £5000 aiiadpeai tllreoni fertimiking tracks to th...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

ýLocaI ittciliicnct. Onii Stuirdy idiicie Ist a s ery interesting game of billards was, played it ',Dunbarzs.Io tel,, Danle nong, between M[r. Louis Kilkeony, (thie or ksinre champion) and-3Mr Grimwood of Melbourne, the latter irceiving 400 points:out of 1000. r:.ir..!Kil konnyi mado braks.ofr.27,60, 80, 72 56; 6,53, 91, 76, and caught Mr. Griumwood aut 750, and msnaking breaks of , 71t, ., 7 nsed, and won thle game by 202 p?ints: Mr: Kilkennya's'smot stirae'was prettily played, he making in one break 23 consective 'spot. rraOniii-~todplayed' with bad luck,Tand made ino large breaks, 20, 30, 29, 21 being the highest. Mr. Kilkenay expressed anropinion ýthat.theo table on which Ire played-thli match was' econd to none be had ever pl?ed .on,.-- ,. / Some representative fironiithe Acliuiatisation Sociea of Genibrok siited rispoi tli Comm issioner of Public Works on Wiednesday, and preferred a vr quest._tthat.thcy n miglht, be?permitted to rulna rood thironlg tleol;local rseivui :IMi' St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 September 1878

, . ;BYRE1(TIIOROUGtIIRED O?ORS :,: C II I E F.T-A.:I',WN, B-Y New Warrior .o(imported), out?bof ," lagr S Queen, by Lamgar (imported), out of Queen Victoria, by St. John (imported), out of Lady Emnildv(imported).; '.t "''"/.:t:+/ ( dew Warrior isa the sire of Tint Wihiller, Tarragon,; olhuitedr, V~srior il,'. Chieftuin, winner of 'lying Stakes, Turf Club ][andic?qilst tIIawcsar bury, and.lsnuaoleetS ruee :s Chieftaiit'ostkT 'r i tll of qoblitty, ubstinee, andp?promise, thutI'lavre beoiainduced to stauMd himn another season at OORDIYALAIL,t Cmnbourne. T'.ults--5 Ss. eachl mare ;.two or more inares coo be armraned for. } t. : 't , :.Will Standithis SesofnT t ? I.Y.U:~ STATION'I PA'K-EJNHAI. {.,.TeoRS-FasVE GUIB S EAC SnAue . : I All Maies to, be reio?red and :paidl for' whoen 'stilited,"'duoe sotisc of wlicltiswill be given, after whiel ii 'chizdrg 2Es:' ( o. dp?ir'Cek' will be inmade for pinaddocking.: : - ' *ZANGA is ti ceosnut ilorse, '1i hinda hloigh, bred in South Australia; in ...

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