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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. Our colunus arac pen for the discuosion ofalt resationa lhichl are oii of a sectarian charadter. Wid wissh it to be distinctly, understood, hoaever, that oe do not identjfy ourselves toith the opinions exnpressed by our correspondents:' All communications- for in sertion mnst bo addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guaranleo of good faith.

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BOHEMIANS V. KEILOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

I3BOHEIIANS V. KEILOR. The ·Bohemianst"played their: second match on Saturday-last, when they jour 'neyed usi fii?? as" Keilor; and "spent a iost enjoyable buting.'- Tley: were driven from the city in a fouir-in-hand drag., the ribbons being admirabhl, handled by Mr. D. O'Brien. Upsn arriving at Keilor, the eleven were tr~anted to buns, milk, fruit, and lemonadd. It was found that extensive preparations had not been made, and it was with some difficulty nine men were found -and the ground was occupied by a school msatch. However, a pitch was found, further down the Common which represents the Cricket Ground, and in hopes. of the re quired two men turning up the localsvwent in first. Willis was decked captain of the Bollemians, and he immediately set to work to -place his men: Hepburn and Ray bowled, and Savage and McIntyre were the first representatives ot Keilor. There was not a very strong opposition to the bowling, as the wickets fell rapidly. Most of the runs were byes, 17 scori...

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

POLICE INTELLIGENOE. HAWTHIIORN POLICE COIRT. Tr f?Tuesday, 20th3March. Before tlie Mayor(Mr. '(W. Cleverdon), Messrs. Stal0oo61c; TayloSr Saye, andTloon. EMaELzzL.EaENT.-David Lewien appear ed on warrant,clharging wvithl mbezzling- a asum of il is. 7d the property of his late employer; Mi. Gco. Henry Smith, grocer, ol Burwood-road; Hawthorn.-- Prosecutor -was examined, and..deposed tthat. prisoner hald been `emsployed by lhim,-to-.attend to his horses, deliver goods and collect money. On 28th December:received 20s. from him on account of Mr. Clnrke of Nprwood. Had :nkit been paid any more' since. iTl'he :iigna tore to receipt produced wes defendant's. On information .receiyvedishad,prisoner ar rested on warrant.-Mrs. Clarke, examined, deposed that she resided at Ballyshanassy, Knec prisoner foratlie past sixteen years. He was in the employment of Mr. G. HI Smith, Orocer, of Hawthorn. He served mei?with groceries i'fom Mr Smith. On 8Sth December paid prisoner a bill for .' is. 74d. ...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 16th March. (Before Messrs. Officer, Wilson, Elmes, and Palmer.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

S Friday, 1th March. " (sefrorEMessrs Officer, Wviidiso; lmes, and S Palmer.) Geo. Brown v.. Andrew .Mayo ; .goods, £7 17s."Veidict for tho a'iduint and -5s. costs. .Ellen Gordon v. Mary Shelley.; threaten ingdlanguage.-D ismissed, no appearance of complainant. S.Patrick Shelley v. Ellen Gordon; a charge of. unlawful assault 0on Kate and Agnes Shelley, children of. paintiff.-No appear ance of prosecutor.-Dismissed. lMichael?Karney v. JainesWinter; de tention of a heifer, valued at £4 .. Mr F. Stephen appeared for complainant aid Mr Lowe for defendant. Complainant stated tliattlihe lieifer in dispute andnahich tlihey had seen that mnorning ina :paddock adjoin ing-the Court Hoenc, cas his.property. He botightit from .Mr. Gibblll henit !ias thrce dps oldh; ha?e hiikept it in his`. paddock for twelvo months and theni branded it witlh a K and alloded it to run ini and "oit. Bel sides, his brnnd it .ladi JO also, °which weas defendaint's ?liiand . The lump undei, the, jaw;wjas ,catusd bj ...

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BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

z'BOROONARAa SHIRER COU OIL., Wednesday, :14th March. . Present-1'hoe President, and Councillors SBla s olerTionibilofiidViedeman, Thie minute s of 'lieprevious eicetinl were, read; and confirmid. Tlhe correspondencel outwards s was readnd adpproved.' . ,.: CORRESIPOINDENCE. -:From the Chief Secretary, stating that the --advisability of proclaiming the Shire Hfall and Bihlwyn School as pollin- pl'ces would be taken into consideration when the various, polling plaices -are being fixed., Received. .'; . .: . .. : From ihe' Shire of 'Avoca, asldng. the Council to assist in obtaining an' alteration in the system of running excursion trains. Received. ' F romi .thl6 Shir' Secretary of Oakleiglh statiun the inability of thit'ouiincil to spend :any money :at present on the Boundarjr road,'but that-they were perfectl willin, .to do so as soon as they were in funds. After some discussion, it was resolved to prepare. the' plans and specifications 'for 'the work required, witl the view of givi...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 17th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

MEETINGS OF LOCAL. BODIES. i CRANBOURNE, SIIRE COUNCIL. S Satufirdd?y, 17tli M'arcli. '. "Presenit:-The. President. (Mr. James Lecky, J.P.), Coiuncillors Poole, ,Patterson, Facey, Greeves, and Lecky, jun. The minutes of -previous meeting were reandc';aidcofirmed i and -outward icorres pondence approved. S'he; report- of. the -Finance Committee, recombinen(l i ii;ayments,n ahiouintiný :?to £385 Os. Gd., was brought up by Councillor ,Patterson, and adopted; .also ,1605 interest: ohn debentures. ' From Messrs;- Clarktoeand Co: }stating that they had purchased 4 per cent. stoci: for'the Council on?good termsiiis~nd asking that an .agent be, appoin:ed.-It, was re solved that the iiction.be approved, and Mr. Clarke :be .appointed 'agent,,to transact the1 necessary 'btusiiess.:' " . "."' From the"Tre'isury forwardinifform of payment iforsignatiire, amounting to £641, being at the rate of 30s.iin the £.-Received. Frnom Ceniral.Board of Healthi, asking for returns.-Received,' to e coamphned ...

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

BvasuNre CABES AND OaTEWOR' are apt t'qreach disadvartage.urly upon mind and body, p, duoine Ilssitude, depression. and lo. of flesh. Un!er senh circunstances the eystrm requires ti be reimbarn d for the oeebaive wear and tear of brai and pbhyique. The afatt, eureet, and plea-sateet ompenaatatg ajeon that can possibly be oued is UdolphoWolfo's f'-o b Aromatic Schnapp. NOTICE . OF RE OVAL. J. -COVERLID, (RATE COLLECTOB, SOUTH. WARD),. HOUSE AGENT, &c. Office: at the corner of Swan and Green streets. Residence: 220 Swan street. 02nej ALLOTMENTS AND ON PRIVATE SALE BY T. J. FORBIS, AUCTIONE ER, BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND. Weekly Sale on Saturdays at 2 p.m., Furniture &o Money always ready to lend on deposit of Deeds. G.. A. F; WILSON ,' LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE, HOUSE LAND, ESTATE, AD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,; N EGOCIATES' LOA L NS. ice : Next door Bichmond Dispensary, Chuch stret. Richmond. J. COVERLIDi, Corner of SW"N and GREEN BTREETS. $ AS ON' SALE about One Hundred and ...

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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

SOUTH BOUItKE ELECTIO . MIr. G. P. Smith met the electors of Ket on Friday last, at the Town' Hall. Tlhd Mayor (Mr. Phipps) presided. Ther' emarks of the candidate were chiefly intended as 9 reply to statements made by. Professor Pearson, who is also a candidate, and is thus reported in the_ ge of. Saturday ::- Mr. Smith said that Professor Pearson, in select ing that constituency, either cohsidered him-i self the only gentleman fit to.represent that district, or that he (Mr. Smith) was' unfit to represent it, for there were several' constiftu encies almost vacant to which hI' (the Pro professor) couldhave appealed: with everej prospect of success, and. he '(Mr. Smitlh) might say that had lie (the,Professor) .been elected for one distirict anid he '(M .'Siiillhy for another there would harve been two goo, men in Parliament instead of only one, as would now be the case. (Cheers' and, laughter.) Having selected. that. constitui ency, he (the Professor). hadethrown down the gauntlet, a...

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

DANDENONG TURF CLUB ANNUAL RACES. To be held at the New Course, Whetham's Paddock, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 22nd and 23rd MARCH, 1877. President-Lieut. Colonel T. Bruce Hutton, J.P. Stewards: Mr. F. Henderson Mr. F. Row Mr.-T. Roesiter I Mr. John Mfunday Mr. F. Poola Mr. Joseph Clarke ; Mr. DL Ega?i Mr. G. M. Abbott. J.udge-3Mr. Thomas Rossiter. Starter-Mr. F. Row. Clerk of Couroe-Mr. James John Whethom. .:'Handicapper-M-r. George Savory. Clerk of Scales-Mr. Charles Davies. . Hon. Secretary and Treasurer-Mr. Augustus- W. Rodd. Night of general entry-Tuesday, March 20th, at S o'clock. . . FIRST DAY. .To start at 1 o'clock sharp. let race. MAIDEN PLATE, Of 15 sors. One mile and a half. Weight for age. For all horses that have never won an advertised prize of £10 and over. Entrance, 30s.. 2. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of £20. About two miles. Nominations closed Weights declared in "The Austrahlasian" of 10th S arbch. Acceptances, with £1, must be completed on the night of general entry, March 2...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1877. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 18 7. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . It is announced elsewhere that the cricket matcih, Brandy Creek v Berwick, will be continued' on the day after tho.races at the Gippsland.Hotel. Being the deciding game, considerable interest is. taken in it. Mr. F. Stophen-met a- sectionof the electors of South Bourke at Dandenong on Saturday evening last. There was'an unusually large attendance, and the candidate had an excellent opportunity.of ex pressing and explaining his political ?creed '"The opinion of the meeting was not taken, as is very usnal; simply a vote of thanks passed to the chair man. This seems the best system, as voting at such: meetings is no indication of the result of the poll-. ing,'and is more than' likely to- mislead the can didates. . We understand that arrangements are beingmande for a prmri cnt branch of the Commercial Bank at Berwick. Hitherto the business of Berwick hias been transected o' one day in each week. Now, however, a building is about to be...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

An inquest was held by Dr. Candler on Thursday afternoon, upon the Ibdy of David Gladstone, who committed suicide on Wednesday afieoioon t1y placing his head on- a rail when a Irain was approaehing" Mrs. Gladstone deposed that deceased was recently working on the Melbourne and Hobrn's?Bay:Rail dway as a laborer. 'Laot saw him alive on Wednesday afternoon athomrn ; Hoe had been 'drinking, and ettuck her on th: head 'with a?esancopam, which stunned her mn that bihe could not hear what he said. He put on his iiif and walked oiit lowabrds th rail?iay gate, within 'a abort distance of, ±'inie station.; She saw no moreof him. Heo gave her no'reator to sup; p0so that ho was going to destroy hinmself. He had a snuntrokeo ome years ago, anld wmen he"took drink it'allected hi htad. Johln M'Goldrik. patlatelayr on theo Mdlt~u?rr an d Hhoor'h? Bay Eailway, deposed that on Wednesday afternoon be was engaged on the I ne. Saw te teraid ,at . :.tandstill near.. tlcPiecnic ,tation, and on going to ....

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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM ."PUNCH." i PoLiTicAL; LITERAL.-Really 'the priiter's errors that apipear in d'the daily papers are opt to mislead the .public: A' paragraph has lately appeared to the effect that Sir Cliarles' Gavan 'uffy : is: lilkely to be thie Speaker of the Lenislativo Assembly: Why: don't. they inind. theiir p's andl q's ? Surely they miist mean the Sieeaker ? AFTER TIIL. MATdil. -English Cricketer to Australiain :i ." It's all ; hoomiltig, laal, ehnding oos sixteen thousand miles to show you cricket. Whoy, there's soeem of yow as can teach us summut. If they uwant to make Oustralia knowin in t'ould country, Government owt to -send eleven of yow laads whome---better nor 'thowty Agent Generals." 'REPAIRING PARLIAMENT .OUSES. Foreman : "And how, would you.like the Op.position 'Rooni Ifitted up, Mr. Brahant Jerry ?" Braham •Jerry : '"You'd better ask Sir James ,M'Culloch. He'll want it not nime.' ENGLAND v AU TRALIA. i There came a tale to England, ' 'Twas of a contest done; Austra...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE STREAM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

O(RIGINAL POETRY. IIE STIEA OFR FE "LF The stream of life fliws strongest near its source, sAnd through each banier reared to stay ite course Willfond a ray. 1 Straight froim its mothor's huart swift fligh, it,Winges, And fluttering in is new. born freedom linge .' To geiet tihe day. Stern Providence, her floodgates rear in vain,, Thrtugh mainy an untcx'eeled atery land, Such barrieis scorning. ' :._ The pure younrg stream of life impetuous flies, Liughing as every check it swift o'etridts,'' . To kiss the morning. i Cold Caution chide', " O, gentle ream.iobair .b r l " Black night will fall, life'o course is cot all for; , "Dread storms will come:ý . ? "! On thy pure bosom chilling rains itrong beating, "Aind howling ?irida etshll mock, Ili titious weeping S"For bright days gone" In vain like sea nymphs' hair in sunshine gleaming, Speed the glaS waters, hubbling, laughing, areaming; , On ' o !" they say ly " Our love is fair, antd we areyoung and strong; "We will not think of night...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

-:CORRESPONDENCEv : '" -0- Oir columns are open for the discussion fall questions cwhich are not of a sectarian .cnarater. We wish it to ;o distinctly, understood, however, that too do sot identfji ouirselves oith the -opinfo?ns expressed by our correspondents. All communications for in. seriotinnsthcedlddiressoe toWtlhf Editor, *aid contain tlhe n"ae and alddress of tl o writer, as a guarantes of goad faith.

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

To the Editor of tg SouthI Boaurk nd Mroinigton Journal Sia,--In this important crisis ins our national affairs it beseems 'us to seriously and calmly !oakabroad and around us,-to take an zel?austiv?s ivreyof the political survey, of thei political horizon,. and: .hark the units of the.would-boclegislative army.', They are memibeors of tL! lbdy politic ,who ist be judged by nmany surroundings asn well i bh thelirandividsal, intinrsic, or arcidenta merits. It behores us',thercfoe, to judgo dispassimnatelei i., this matter of orios'al ad acceidenta ?qualifications.: I need not remind : y fellow.colonists what Pope beau tifully expresses in theso pregnant .ne - A kng can mak', ,a beltak:iknigh , A marquis, duke, anda' that, , -"B: ut',n-rbson'tman'e?booa his mightE, " ' So be is.otoimtt Rlobereoi'Buis antd ,iniayi of 'is'_think thbe idea is not .antiquated or obsolete yet. Fellow. electors; let us try ad get s ic men to represent us. We a o ay t succeed, outs the ver endeavour' oJseeur...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

We understand that the w? rghbridge on the Haw thorn aide of .hn Richmond and Hawthorn bridge, which his been:for some considerable time past under the management of Mr. Harry BIlrge, has been tria e. ferred to Mr. Peter Cassidy, who ti:ok pc.tasi.n on Monday last, ender the approval of the Hawthorn Bnroulh Council

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

TiEREB AeE MANY PORMS OP INIQUITr, but not one more reprehensible than wilfully endangering the public health. This is precisely what is done by _ the human sharks who import or concoct poisonous obverages which they pretend are equal to the lead-, irig mcdicinal cordial of Australia, UnoLraco WoiLFE's; ' SCHIEDAe AROaTroe Sccaprra. '. Accept none but., the oeidinal, since all imitations are injurious, ' t . :? . ;r? "

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KENSINGTON PAR[?] RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

RKENSINGTON PARIR RACES. These races came off on Saturday last, the result being as follows : Ilermo RAC.E of 25 sore. Over oven hliurdlee. One mile and a half. M1. Griflin's br g Aaron, a ed, lst. ... ... 1 'I'. Fervis's b g Comet, aged, Odt. (5lb extra) ... 2 T. FNgbten's br g Stampede 5 yrs. 9t. lib. . 3 Goyder's Prragon also started. IIsnoecra Fer.. Rlac of 25 sons. Seven furlongs and a half. W. Frigate's b c Glenormiston, 2 yrs, 6 st. 1 SL. Griilin'e o h Benham, 4yrs 7st. . ... 2 E. Weeks's b g ark, 4 yres, st. b. ... ... 3 Six others started. IIaoicarP S.:sEPorvctAsE oo 25 ove. Taiee ro?ad', the steeplechase course, over twelve jumps. E. Uen:v's bl g Electri'ity, aged, 9st. 61b. . J. II W?lker s br Panic,'aged, S9t. 101b. .. O J. Phillips's b g Mickey Free, nged, I .-e. Gtlb. 0 "r ' SsLr,,ta Rce of 15 eors. Winner to be told for 0 sors. Seven furlongs. I. Phillips's g m Empress, aged, 7st. 21b. ... 1 0. Newman's ih g "Vgabond, aged, 7st. 21b. ... 2 IHa?unret SreTof 25 sors. Fo...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

M A Rk K 'E'T'S.* "Easrns E AIATET, Mrelh 24:-Vegetables :Bail, l.I perdtio bunchea brean, kidney, Id iod ljper i,;'' bouquets, 4s toi 0s per dozen; cabbages, 2, to 6s do; carrots, Gd to 9d per doz bunoies ; cress, water, Gd. to 3d. do.; celery,.2s. do.; cucumber., IB to 2s do; horseradish, 2s to 5a per dozen etiecs; garlic, 2d "per 1;" llettuces, Gd.to 's per doz';'-mie joram, 6d to 8d do; imini, Gdito8d do; onions, dried 7s. Gd. 'o Sa! perect; do., greeu' 6d. pjr'dozen bunches; parsley, Gd do; .parsnips, Od to sl do; peas,_2d. to 2jd. _per I ;_popatoes, ýs._pr cwt;. rhubarb, Gd to la perdrz bunchea; radishes, G du; as.e. 8.to.9d do; ehallots, 2d in 3d perlb ;.spinich, 2d to3d per Ib ; thyme, 8d per doz buiches ; tornips 6d. to sl. Gd per dozen benchiso?"'Fruit : Almonds. 2d to 3d per .b.;, apple., deesert, 4s. to 6s. pr. busiel; do., eooking, 3s. to 3I. Gd.-do; walnuto, 134 do; grapes, 2d to 4d per lb.; ,quicee; Id ;perlb; uIelons, water, 2s. Gd. to 3?. : per.dozen; pears, 2d to 3...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 27th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

SBefore:the *Mayori Dr: Molloy and MessrsB aSe cc aind St'icpoole J.P. P'rr S0Constabl, tewart John `Collins{ havin no ligt onii dangerous obstruction. 1'ined 2s. d.and s. 6d. costs.; ': iSame: .v Charles, Corin ; having no light on di'higerousb obstructiodniWi: ithdrawn. . Ediu?nd`iYboulden . Miichael Phelan'; oods I1Gs"10 d 10o eqplPearuice. kConstable Grogan v. Wm. Kiesslin drivinu without lights 'Fidedd2s. sGdt end 2s Gd. costs in dethult 24 hours imiprison TIli Council then adjonrned n 'A melancholy case of suicide occurred in Melbouirne on Monday. ' A man named David Spankie cut his thrort with a plen knife,in a bedroom in the Criterion Hotel, Melbourne. 'I The Melbourne City Councilat last meet ing had under consideration;a report recom mending imprrovemeits in'Elizisbeth' street to prevent the shops being flooded when rain fell, but nothing was done.

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