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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

OERWT lC SHIRE COUTNCUIL." Present: , Councillor . Gibb, President, Councillors :Buichanain, Barry, Nikon, Bourke. Conaor, and Dore. 1Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. : .Outw'ard correspondence -read:nnd: approved. COnRESPONDENrCi. - From Shire of St. Arnaud, suggesting that a Bill be laid before Parliament to allow Councils to lease unoccupied roads to the adjacent oi ers, according as the roads were only partly, used, or not used or re quired for traffic.-On the notion of Corin cillors Bourke and Barry,' the Council agreed to co-operate.. . From the Shire of Avoca, with reference to Saturday excursion fares on the Govern ment Railways.-Answer to' be sent that tle Council would support the proposal?: From G. Dickens and J..Munday, oppos ing the cutting of Barry's-: Hillh in Narre warren; as the money to do the same was required elsewhere. Received. From the Celitral1 Board'ofo Healtlih'for= warding- forms. for, the annual report :df the Local Board to fill up. ? o be at...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 24th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE -: DANDENO VG POLICE C COURT ; i ?, ' ?'-?' /! 'y,^-1 sa.: , ·,?1'>.! ?' .1-11 ::'^**i ',: BeforeiMr.tTempleton P.MI; and rMessrs., Huntton,:Attenborouniu; Powisiand Keys> CM. VettgsI . ; Wic 1 kberi debt, 10s .-No appearance; ; S-- Bowiman and C 06.! i*Edrd; BMirton: ioc'ds,£3 3s.' lOd'-Vrdiet for inaounit and 'os, costs SEa'jn and Clarke?,v. CA. : Yetts 'goodsl '4US. 3d:u- o appearauce; Siiourt thean aidourned'.'

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

i TUnder'tbl auspices "of the Star of jIie?ucn Cricket Club, a conversaziona ball took place n t.? Orderly Room, Gipps' strect; on Thu day e'vent" last, and with marked succe's. The mrrangelent made by the Olub for conducting tle proceedifl wierd!all. that could be desired;, .erefreibent tabl to keep up the life and activity of the dancers bei! providod at the western end of the room, W? seemed to be extensively patronised. About tll couples were assembled, who were pUnclPall' ir umembers:of'tho Club and their frienb. D'L was begun at an early hour, and, under tle i direction of Mr. I. Launder, as muiter of Ii ceremonies, was indulged in with a iiracity manife.t enjoyment during the ball ahich "c source of satisfaction to all concerned. FrOm ta performances of the msjority of the young p?op?I wlo engaged in the mazy whirl of the dsace, it strikingly shown that the love of eancii g ot ? t all on the wane, for the perfection atltaind bty nt couples present in thia accomtplilltc"t hm e...

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CRANBOURNE ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

CRANBOURKiS: ANNUAL ?IACE, Woights'.-SmniE HAkIICAr. Spring Jack, 8St 121b S leolution, 7bt 121b Almond BnUSl, 7t lO.b : ' Dolly, 7t Gll , Richmoond, 7st Albion, 7t B.eewing, 7At Guy Fiwkes, Gat 12'b '.' . ockaou, 6L1 Glo Stoimbird, 86t ilb HANDIeCAr HURDLE LA(l. Tho Count, 10et 101b Comedian, .t 101b .'Almond Bush, 9at S : ::-Belluan, 9st . O.ydo, st S eo: lulioln, St 10!b Riclhond, 8st 101b R: 'R er, 8,t 10lb .Waratah, 8St Sib SHANDICAr STEErLECIUM. S ' The Count, 10.t 12b .;.. . Blue?iona, 10t G.b lMickey F ec, 10,t B lluan, B t Allb " B"lackhoy, 9et S Iturer, Lst Fidget, Set Waratah, 8st 12sb : General, 8et 9 b G. O. S\VORY, Bandi, per.

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHO[?]N BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, [?] March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

MEETINGS OFiLOCAL: BOIIES. Wenleessh cl, ŽlO.'s 1ThrCEIL_ prcsent-Tlhe Mayor, Councillors glWallen JohnOn, Atkyns, tioll6oy, "elliEacr,: and gsipc. ... The minutes of previouns, meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence outwards was read and'appro.ved!.; CORRESPONDENCE.- :::. '. From the Avoca Shire C.ouriil, in refer ence to the issue of SfiturdJiy excursion tickets on the Victorian railwinys, advocating their issue from all stations.=Received. From the Hawthorn School: of Design, ankinr permission to occupye the Town iHall one e?cs.":.' L week free of charge.--Thle use of the Iall was granted on paymtent of usual reduced fee (7s. Gd. 'per nighlt) arrangements being made not to-interfere with any other proceedings. From the Kew Boros'gh Council, pro posing the extension of WVillis's contract for netalling Barker's road 21 chains further: west.--leferred to Public Works Committee. From W. II. Glen, offering the use of the road through his land when the cutting of Glenferri...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

TE Dandenong Council' a shrt itime since decided to dispense with the collec tion of dues at the public market, Why they should have allowed themselves to be induced.to do so.must somewhat astoish I tiemselves. Iloeve they now' perceive that it was a very foolish arrangement; and, hiaviin found that out, they are sen iblse 'ediigh not to allosw it to continue! auylonger.,tban. the.short time it. requires to:put it right again. The :subject came up for discussion at the council meeting on Saturday last, and originated ,from a letter received from MIr Egan, auctioneer;' who is also a member of the Council: 'he piurport of the letter was that he de- i clined to be considertd responsible.for the, cost of necessary repairs to the nimarket, hrougli his fellow Councillors are evidently labouring under. the delusion that he,-not long ago;, made some such promise, which accounts for their having?,agreed to dos asay' witithe collection of dues. It was simply ridiculous for the Council to do s...

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

Tnorr Arreoarnons AxD HOAnsENEse.-AII suElfer ing from irritation of the throat and hoarsenees will be `agreeably surprised at the .almost immediate relief aflorded by the use '6f "Brown's Bronchial Troehes." ' The famoun "lozenges" are now sold by mosti recpectable' chemlistsi in thid country - at-ls. Itd. 'pert box. ': People: tronbled :with a " hacking .cough,.'a "slight cold,'' or bronchial, affections, can not try them too soon, at similar "troubles, if allowed ito progrms resalt in serious Polimonary and ASthmatid 1sffcetionui. Sae that tlhe awoids "Brown's Bronchial "" roehes" are do the Government Stamp around each box alJnufactured :by. John 1. Brown d Sons, Boston United SEates. Depot, 493 Oxford-street, Fr.otLL,!o-Fon TnE TErren anD BCneATt.-A fes drope of the liquid " Florline" sprinkled on a wet' toothitbrush produces a pleasiant lather, which thoroughly, cleanses the teeth from all parasitea or - impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the ...

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

BERWICK AGCES, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1877, on the Raceeconneu adjoining Scutet's Gippeland Hotel. ETEWADS : Mr. James Gibb AMr. A. Crichton M1r. George lBrown M (r. Terence O'Connor MIr. T. Bourke " Mr. Hemphill Mr. J. O. Ilantl '. 2 Mi. Herbert Johnstdon Mr. John Dunbar 1 Mr. John Payne Mr. T. Connor. Judge-J. C. Hann, Eeq. Hon,-Se--Mr. Henry Wilson. - Starter-Mr. John Payne. Treasurer-Mr. Charles Souter. First Race.-MAIDEN PLATF, Of1 £. Weight for age: One and a-half miles Entrance, 10s. SELLING FLAT RACE, - Of £5. Once round the course. Winner to be sold for £10, surplus to race fund. Weight not less than 7 atone. Entrance, 10. HANDICAP FLAT RACE, Of £8;. Nomination, 10s. Acceptance, 5s. Distance two miles. To be handicapped rby the Stewards or whom they may appoint. -Nominatioii Fee to *be forwarded to Hon. Sec. on or hefore. theio 29th March, at Souter's Gippsland Hotel. B iOPDGE RACE, Of £6. Nomination, So. Aeceptanor, 5?. Twice round the course, over eight hurdleo, abot 3fr. Gin ...

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

I wents Words, for One Inertion ... . Is Twetlt to Thirty Words, do , 2s Thirty to Forty Words, do . . 38 above Forty Words, at the rate of 3e per inch; if for One Ineertion only. A large DtsroutTr upon all Advertiseuments appearing for Three Months. Advertisements mott specify on the face of tlhet? the noember of in.srtionr, or they will be continued and eharged for till couti'ereainded. All ordirs for withdrawal or alteration to Ibe sent in on the day prior to publication. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MtILLER. THOMAS. 64 Little Colline sttee east, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletreo road, Gardiner. Butchers l'INNIGERI. .JON. General Family i otether Rowena Parade, Richmond. oiscellaneous- J. HOLT, Water Filter Manoficlturer, ll7a Car digan otreet, opposite Argyle square, Carllton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street.. Grazing Paddocks PINNET'SGRAZING PADDOCK, Pakenham. -Addreos: 1 YVork street, Prahran. Surveyors- : HOLLAND LOXTON, Autlldri?ed Sunrvyor under Tral.fer of ..an...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND COS. REPORT. Melbourne, 27th March, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

MESSRS. A. STIRETTLE AND COS. REPORT. Dairy' Cows.-We had .a short supply last week, and-tho-e yarded eoneisted nearly-altogether oFsecod rate cow, ., .Bally-good cows6 maintain, thoir?rice. but inrerior are it a discount. l, Wd donot lier buoar quotatotins,' .°, = Store Oattlo.-Theodeto?ld 'fo rthis desctiption ol stock has improved, but- owners raise their- prico ac coldingly.,l: \ecbould readily; dispose of young stock and dry cows o fair -quality and condition if owue; woold accept mirket va(ao. ;`Fat Cstvcs.??'e had a comparatively short supply, apd prises cot seq??g tly ruled h?hgh. ..V?qioteto igs.--Bacons and porkers are still wanted ; also strehs of a really goiod tiality Pitces fao'ril io? are cIuch the sanUo as those quoted in our reporit o thelaitew wdekii : tI .r i Ut t f t;s.:

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DANDENONG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

DAiNDENONG TURF CLUB RACES. These races c'ing off on Tlhiirsdiy 'sld Frid:iy litst, nd sere, :a "reat success. `iThe we:ther n.as ill th?it could' be dcaired: and the course wis in oodod order Tie atteid ance weas;.larg" friit district races, thire being 'ibotic si; or seven ihundred Iresent. i?dclutnii it ,fa ir sprihklii n of the fair sexs Mel bourrid ieas well represented wiili sport inog.:ien,ithere beiii ' also, no lack of tlhe gainesters of ll -soits thatt .are usnally found on thlie?:reco6rse, ;lio 'usiially keep the Ieoplea,'iimsed betweenn the races and lbelp to ? ss; them of thei.r spare ,cssh.: The course is 'hbo?.a mile-ancd-a-hall' from the to?noshlip; so. that on stich a daly as 'T'burs ela it ias 'a nice wl'ai and many came on tboo during trh djay. TJ le arriangements were very good, and tihe vasiiiis events 'came off peeecv niea? to tihe. Colonel Ilnttoui (Pre sident of the club) officiated as jildge in'the obsence of Mr. T. Rossitcr during the firs .day, 1hr. Fred. ...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

D* 'v1.iu i'G 'S- COUNCIL'. P.:ece,". -The: President (1Ir.:.T. ' Atten ie ornill . .P),' arid' Counci'ors "Potter; McMaliho keyvs., Orgill", K?.neally, Sm'artt andtl Road: ...:'': :: ': ."' : J'be :minutes 'of special and ordinary meeting aind outward correspondence utere read and approved. COcb'aItESPODENCE : From Vakleigli Council' offelring to co oper'ate`' in : executing work oi'i Souith: Botundary road.--Received. : :Front Hr:rord, :"agreeinm, o a1io.vv ravet to be taken out of Iis 1paddock, nrovided the gTound ivas again fihed ip.--Received. Fr.,m M. Egan, .olbjecting to being considered responsihle for repairs, required in the lMa.ket.-There was a lengthy dis cussion on the subject, it being the; olinion of the Councillo,:s that Cootcillor 'gan hail led them- to believe tha't lhe would not ifi tiie niarket dties were done away witli, allow the Council to. be put to any eiees.e.- In' reply to the President, the asrl et Inspector .re orcd;l that the result of taking iLobe: doe...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 27th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

KEV BOROUG 'I CO Ct>Qc t" "' ..Teday, 7th Mh acb. .. Present- The Mayor (M?r. Plinps), nnd . Councillors 'ellor,' Marshall, iDeMole, !I! ianmpson,o Greenwood,' Miller: Barnard. Smiie 'tinites of previous. meeting and ouitward correspondence. were rcad and ap apoved of.. .. ii ' CORRESPONDENCE. !An order. from .theO City. Bench was re ceived for ~ayment. of tees for a lunatic committed roem (ew, nian'ed John: Pitcher. -It was staten that the. man was com mitted fromnKew to gaol as a vagrant, and committed to the Asyluain from m elbourne Gaol.-Ininiries to be instituted by Town Clerk : . ..... . ... Several circulars were read from , the Central Board of .Iehalth risking for infor mation regarding local boards', proceedings an.d other matters, and forwarding, instruc tions, c.--Peceivcld.' Firom the Kew .Branch of tbe E. P. andt , k. Bnnk, statina, in re';ly, dati.tlie interest to' be,lcharged, on the overdraft wodld hIe 9 per cent. The charge Wias coan sidered exorbitant. nind it ...

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

I MISCELLANEOUS:.: · Reports from several prospecting parties have been' received at the mining depart ment. The: foriemanf of thi lStawell party states that two sliafts 'have'been sunk, one to adepth'of 2oft.and'the other SOft. No gold was fouid.' Thle forean ofthe Bairns ale party reported that they had prospected the Cobunga River' and its tributaries. Theby suk several shafts without finding payable gold, and on the 7th instant" shiftd their camp to the'High Plains, at the head of the tributaries of th Bundarral River. They 'sunk three 'paddocks there,. but did not find the colour of gold. 'The foreman of the Ndorth Gippslarid proslecting party reported that they prospected along the Yelong River, and its tributaries. They obtained ino gold in payable quantities, but found the colour of gold in loose gravel drift near' the banks of the stream in one place. It gave, however, only about half a grain to the dish. They afterwards pro spected in the direction of the Brodribb River, h...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 March 1877

OAKLEIGHI SHIRE "COUNCIL. Thursday; ?lMarchn T. Present--The President (J. Jordan Esq.), and Councillors Marriott, lIngrain Braitah Waite, Lavidge, Miller,' and Trwi i The minates of previous meetings .were read and confirmled. .': ' CORRESPONDEsNCE. From Shire of Avoca, advocating the issue of Saturday excursion fares hontihoe railw'aisS and asking co-operation in obtaining' the desired alteratin.--Reeived.' . From Curator of Intestate Estates; claim? ing £3 3s., being the balanice fees due by the Council to James Barr, deceased.-Tlhe Secretary stated that he had replied to the effect that no such amount irwas vowing, by by the Council, which action was approved. A voucher was received from the Treisury, stating that the first.instalment,of Govern ment subsidy, amountinga to: ~544-. ivas available, and that the balhnce :to ;'come' afterwards would be :,4'14d_.--Received. From Central Board o: f Health, statinig tnat as Water required for domestic piiposes; em country districts was ...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.         The?Eommittee formed at DonaCster lately for ,the purpose of taking measures to ,elect for their patron ago a candidate who would suitably represent their interests in Parliament, met on Thursday evening last, in the Athenmum. Mr. R. Williamson occu pied tile choir. The chlims of the various candidates so the support of the. Liberal, party were filly con sidered, and on theb motione of Mr._ Eilingwortli, seconded by Mr. S. Aspinall, it was decided to support Mr. J. Fergusso i, and recommend his can didature to the Liberal electors of South Bourke. SIt was stated in reply to a question at the meeting that Mr. J. R. Norris bad previously expressed his e'nwillingnese to :contest Sthe' election 'for: South Bourke. The. Melobourue Omniblis Company atinounce that on and after Monday uext they will increase the frequency of the omnibuesee on their Kew line to ten minutes during the day and fifteen minutes in th...

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A LEGEND OF ST. PATRICK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

A LEGEND OF ST. PATRICK. (From Melbourne-Punch). INVrrTED iN VtITORI& BY PttL F'ITZPATRIC'K' As Saint Pathrick wanst was strollin' thiough'the I hilly County Down, J The timpiet gathered o'er .him in its very blackest gown; And the winds began to whistle ind the rain' began to fall, . , ', . ? And " Be goxty," saye his saintship, "now, I don't I like this at al; . Though holy" wather may be good for wsehin' out one's sin, I must confens I don't ninuch like bein' wetted to0the " Bt where can Iget?shelther till the timpiet has pass'd by . .. And as he epoke a wreath of emoke wint curlin' to the sky ; It itsned from a cavern's month some distance from the saint, And soon he got a pleaosat smell that .nearly made him faint. , ias mouth began to wather' like a lump of meltin' ice; And, "Oh I he jipereis,"ays the' sint, " that smell Sis mighty nice," ' . Wid rapid steps he sought the cave and saw a man inside ; "Good morrow to you, " says the saint; Good day," the man replied. Wha...

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RIOT AT BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

RIOT AT BALLARAT. (Froin Arius of Tuesday). 'Ti Levity3 Mnrionettes Company opened here to-night at the Theatre Royal to a cironded house; numbers of country people ibcrin in the place. The audience evidently disliked the performance. and condemned it :s an imposition. Shortly after the curtain ivaS drawn upl hissing. and hooting began. Thlrowing of fritit athe performers followed, and the demonstrations of the audience got very warm. At last some people began to get on the' stage..: The lights were then turned out,, and a scene of the wildest up roar followed. Temporary lights were ob tained. The gasalier-globes were smashed, the cushions were torn to.pieces in many places, the screens were torn down, and'the music-stands were thrown on to the stage, many being" broken. An inquiring spirit lhaving asked where the proprietors of the narionettes were staying, and being told at Fussell's Hotel, a great crowd marched to that house, yelling and hooting all the time. Afrived at the hotel...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 28th March. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs. Gleadell, O'Connor, and Bennett. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

RICHIIMOND POLICE COURT. : Wednesday,.28th March. Before Mr. Templeton, P.ll, and 'Messis. Gleaidell, O'Coni or, and' Bennett. -TJosepih Hyndman. was clharged with assaulting Constable Daly in thile execution of his du?ty. 'It appe'red by tlhe evidenrce of the constable that the defendant was creating a disturbance oi the night of the 21st instant, at the Blacksmitlis' Arins in .the, Bridge road, of which.his wife is .the licensee, and at the request of Mrs. .Hynd niin, (ivho stated that:she was afraid of her t life), the constable went to the house and foiind the defendant acting ii'a very. violent manner, throwing bottles about,. one. of Which struck the constable's' hat. - IV. A. Green gave corroborative evidence, and stated that he went to the. house in- conse quence of Mrs. Hyndman askinig for plrotec tion, and in the scuffle which took .place lihe received an injury to.:his wrist. The de fendant was ordered to be imprisoned for 14 days, and the police were instructed to bear-t...

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SELECT POETRY. OVER THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

SELECT. POETRY. --o- OVER TEE SEA. Over the sea, over the sea, Lies tli land that is lovred by meo; A 6unnier sky may be over my head, And a richer soil beneath my tread, ' And a softer speech in my ears be rung, Than the notes of my own wild mountain tongue;, But never, O, never so dear to me Can the loveliest spot in this wide world be : . As the bleak cold land, where the heather waves Round the place of my birth, o'er my fathers' graves. Ocean is wide, and his streams are rode, And my heart feels faint in its solitude, To think of the terrible gulf that lies Betwixt me and all that my soul doth prize; .: And I gaze for hours on the measureless deep, Till my heart could break. though I cannot weep; And I feel the desire of my soul in vain; That tihe land ofmysires I shalinever see again, -. That my tomb shall be hollowed out' where now I stand. . And my eyelids be closed by some unknown hand: Mark not the spot where my bones are laid; ' : , Whether it be in the darklforeet.ehade;...

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