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PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 31st March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday; 31stMarch. Present M I'urnbull sqq; President;, Councillors Kennedy, Smith, West, Fowler, Stewart, and Crump The minutes' ~ot' previous meeting and outward correspondence were read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From Avoca Shire. Council, in reference to railway management.-Received. From A. W. Selman, asking for £3 for erecting bridge.-Received. From Treasury, stating that a sum of £X5 had been placed on. the Estimates as refund of a publican's lihecense.-Received. From Treasury, forwarding vouchers for sabsidy.-Received. From Central Board of Health, forward ing report to Local noard.-Received. ,From. G. Coates, forwarding: agricultural statistics and- reiquesting payment.-It ias decided, on -motion of Councillors Sminth and Fowler, to pay £5 on account, Coun cillor Stewart and Kennedy opposing the motion. A petition from ratepayers in Corinella Riding was read, asking that former petition for works on Gray's-lane be not entertained. -Postpon...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 31st April. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

POLICE, INTELLIGENCE. . ---- -.0 GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Satirday,:31st April.;: Before S. West J.P. Chairman; Messrs Mark Turnbull, Alex. Stewart and David ," ,Reid J.P. .. J, amnes Carew, for using insulting langu ie, !was fined 10s. Dir. J; Ielsham i:-illeiral,:detention: of a saddle.-To be returned or value of it £4 withiin seven days. •Robt, Blaikie ; goods sold and'delivered, £6 Os. 10d.-Verdict for amount and, 5s. Before Messrs S. West; Chairman ; and David Reid J.P.. John ArthuriSutton, for unlawrful assault, was comniiitted' to' the Melbourne Gaol for One month. `The Conrt' thest adjourned.'

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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION.. ?.John Keys addressed'a lar"ge meeting of the electors in the Mechanics Institute: Dandenong; on Thursday evening last.. ,H: . Sutherand, Esiq. (Manager o`' the Codm mercial' Bank), having been! voted to the chair, introduced the candidate in a -very flattering manner: Mr. Keys, who was well received, said he appeared before'them as' one of six candi dates. He believed he was persoinlly known to all present. Although not a native of the colony he had been connected with the district for twenty-three years, and had for many years held a public position among them. During these years he had always taken an active part in public matters, and was not lukewarm, but ex pressed his views fearlessly. ie would now do the same as a candidate, express his opin ions clearly. The question of Free Trade or Protection was being made very promi nent, and all candidates should be plain thereon, and leave no doubt as to their views. The question was how far he would go. No man...

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BERWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

B3ERWICK RACES. The usual annual races at Berwick came off on Good Friday, on the course at the back of the Gippsland Hotel. The course has been made somewhat larger since last dear, and was in very good condition. The day was showery throughout, not heavy, but just enough to keep people uncomforta ble. The attendance was very good, there being about three hundred present. h?raE I'LATE of £5. Weight for age. One and a-half miles. Entrance 10s. Wat.on's b e by King Arthur ...... ............ 1 Winter's b m Polly ............ ............. 2 Howard's b-m Epping BI lie........................ 3 SELLG FLT RACz of £5. Once roimund the course. Winner to be eo!d for £10, surplus to race fund. Weight not less than 7 stone. Entrance, 103. Hughes's Detective, 7 st. ......................... .. 1 Oei:l's Fairy, 7 st.................................. Phillip'E hero, 7 '. ................................... 3 Howard's Stranger, 7 st......................... O0 Burn's Little Pet, 7 t ...............

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

SCALE OF C OUR ADVERTISINGO twenty Words, for One Insertion .. .. I1 Taenty to Thirty Words, do ... ... 2a Thirty to Forty WVords, do ". .... ....,3e Above Forty Words, at the rate of 3e per inch, if for One Insertion onl. A large DrscovrST pon all Advertisements appearing for Three Months. •" Advetti.ements must specify on the face 'of them the number of insertions, or they will be continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be, sent in on the day prior to publication. . '. DIRE C T ORY'. Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 'Little Collins stree: east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner.. Butchers PINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Tiscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PINNEY'SGRAZING PADDOOCK,Pakenham." -Address: 13 York street, Prahran. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Au...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

MA,.RKE T S. EAsresN MbmEkT, March 31 :-Vegetables : Basil le.'pei dtz bunches; beans, kidney, Id to Id per lb; bounqets, 4s to tOs per dozen; cabbages, Is to Ss do; carrots, 6d to 9d per dos bunches; cress, water,. 6d. to o 7d. do.; :.celery. 2s. do.; cuuombeere ls to 2s do; borseredish, 2s to 5s per dozen aicks ; carlic, 2d peris ; lettuces, Gd to is per don ; mar joram, 6d to 8 do; mint, 6d to 8d do; onionse dried ts. to as. Gd. pcr cwt; do., grecu;6Gd: per dozen bunches; parsley, Gd do; parsnips;, 9d to Is do; peas, 1,td. to 2d. per lb;; polatoes, Ose. per ewe; rhubarb, 6d'to le per dze bunches; rtdishes, 4 do; siue.6d to d 'do; shallots; 2d to 3d pe.:lb.; spinach. 2d to 3d per b ; thyme, 8d per do: bunches ; turnips Gd. to s;. Gd per'dozen bunches. Fruit : Almonds 2d to 3d per lb.; appnes dersert, 4s. to 7e. par bushel; do., cooking, 2s. to 4e. Gd. do;. walnuts; 13d do; grapes, 2d to 4d per lb.; quinces, ld. per li ; melons, water, 2s. Gd to 3s. per dozen; pears, 2d to 3d do.; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

ADVice 'o MOTuHEr!-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth F Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of MIrs. Winstlw's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright as button." It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the beat known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at Is. ld. per bottle, Manufactured at 413 Oxford street, London. TIHE . G V. BROOKE . AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. President, Dr.- L. L. Smith; Vice-President, G. R ( Johnson, Esq.; Treasurer, Mr. P. F. Prendergast. Patron: GEO. COPPIN ESQ., M. L. A. A General MEETING of Members wills be held S on 'TUESDAY EVENING next at Eight' o'el...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

MEETINGS. OF LOCAL. BODIES. NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL.: Saturday, March 31. Present-The President, and Councillors Keogh, Mayne, Dalzell, Collings, Fisher, i Aspinall, Ellingworth. The minutes 'of .the previous meeting having been read, Councillor 'Ellgiigworth stated that at the previous meeting when only four members had taken their seats, Councillor Keogh took the chair, lie (Coun cillor! Elliigivortih) standing at the door at .the time. The Secretary then p'i:oeeded'to` rehadtlhe minites, when he advaincid' td the table and reminded the Chairman that there w-i*s not a quorum present, and then left the •hall... The Chairman (Councillor Keogh) 'then- left the hall,' and remained outside until Councillors Collings atrived, when lie again t?ik' tlie chair; and proceeded with the' buisiness without being:re-voted to.it. He (Councillor ,Ellingwortb) ivished to know whethei 'the` President: considered that', a legally. constituted mieeting.-The "President expiessed "an opinion' thait li...

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CRANBOURNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

CRANBOURNE RACES.' The Cranbourne annual races came off on Easter Monday and following day. The weather was all that could be desired, and drew together a largce iinumber ,of people, many of whom seemed inclined to' make it a gala day, yet taking an interest in thie races. From early morning conveyances of every description were niakingtheir way by various roads with their loads of well-dressed men women and children, and at the time when the first race started there must have been a thousand people, ii the vicinity, of the course. The course, which is all sand was: .rather heavy, not sufficient rain having tallen lately, and being cut up by the owners of horses training them on it' for' some days previous. So that it was the' strong animals that hatlmostchance. There' was a very good attendance of racing people, and there were a few Melbourne horses en-' tered for the principal events. The course was well supplied with men who carried on a variety. of games of chance, which seemed ...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 31st March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 31st March. Present---The President, and Councillors Poole, Patterson, Crichton, Lecky jun., and Patterson. ' CORRESPONDENCE. Pro Fo?IAW~,WTyll forwarding an ex planation as to a payient tto M DDavis' for drainis, and the connection therewith with Betliune's forfeited contract.-After a long discussion it was resolved to postpone thl further consideration of the matter for six months. From Shire of St. Arnaud, suggesting the classification of roads,, and piroviding a scheme for swing gates thlrcon.-Received. From the Victuallers' Association, apply ing for a list of hccensed houses in the Shire. -To be complied with. From' Post Office- Department, agreeing to expend a sum of £10 towards improving the'approaches to the Post Office.-Coun cillor 'Lecky moved, and Cooncillor Poole seconded; that the Surveyor prepare for approval of Department a specification for the work.-Carried. TFrom Mr. A. Hunmter, applying, for. a license to erect two swing, gates...

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CRICKETING JOTS. ALL-ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

CRICKETING JOTS. ALL-ENGLAND V .AUSTRALIA:-. The return match between 'the combiined Eleven of Vrictoria and -New Soith Wales and the All-England Eleveh commenced, on, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, on Saturday last, in the 'presence of some five or six thousand people. The Colonials were the first to take the wickets, Bannerman and Thompson being selected to open the match. The state of the ground was much more in favor of the bowlers than the batsman: and Bannerman, who . made such a splendid 'score in the last match, only succeeded in scoring 10; after. about an hours' very careful play.. The highliest scorer of the dlay was Midwinter, -who succeeded in scoring 31, after some very skilful and careful play ing.. Thompson and Kelly were the next highest scorers-the -total', sciring. of -the united Eleven being 1229.. The English. eleven worked remarkably: well, and evi dently strained ever;y nerve ..to dispose of the Australians as quickly as possible. Upon. the Englishmen taking th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

Election Notices. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE .DISTRICT OF MORNINGTON. ENTLEMEN--I have the honor to inform you . that, on the disso!ution of the present Parlia mentI shall again seek Election as your representative. I purpose meeting you in the different parts of the district prior to the election. I am, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, JAMES L. PURVES. Mornington, February 3, 1877. - to TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH BOURKE. G ENTLEMIEN,-As one of yourselves, having '-the same interest in the future of our country and its good government, it is my intention to seek your suffrages at the next Election. I shall take an early opFortunity of addressing you. I am, Gentlemen, S Your obedient seovant, FREDERIC DAVIS. Warrandyte, 20th January, 1877. 41bef TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH BOURKE AND BOROONDARA G ENTLEMEN,--Although the General Election will probably not take place for some time yet, it is desirable that I should inform you of my future intentions. You are aware that for several months bad health...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1877. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

:.- ii utb 3orki ac WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1877. LOOAL INTELLIGENCE, -0 We have to acknowledge the receipt of a copy of the latet.puhlished map of Victoria, from the Sor veyoiGeni ral's. depebrltent, [in -hlich'is ahstwn that portion of the adjoiding colonies that 'embraces their several capital cities. It is antiimpatedtp:it this'map may be of Eervioe in connection with railway comma: nieation betw;een thieirete-cblo:ilnsof Victoria;-New South Wales, and South Australia, while at the same time it shows the central and commanding situation of the capital of Victoria. On the map are alio showin the lines.of. railway and tolegraphic communleation now in use. We have no hebih;tion inioidig that the map now produced for. the information of the public is far superior lb anything of the same des cription which has emanated from tie department. By our report 'of the proceedings it will be'per coired that preliminary action has been taken for the erection of a Shire Hall at Otiffilt's Point. C...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON. Feb. 16th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

ARHIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ---"--o OUR LONDON LETTER. (From olur. Own Corrcspondent.) LoNDON -Feb. 16th. Parlia~ment is aigin in session. .The de bates on the opening "night: were confined almost exclusively to thile Eastern question, though thie all-absorbing topic could not then be treated satisfatctorily, because the official documents explaining the whole of the dip lomatic transactions connected with it during the recess were not in possession of lion: members. They have now however been published in tw\o bulky blhe-books, and fur ther'and more exhaustive discussions are likely to arise out of them. The Govern; meet apper to have changed their policy considerably, especially since the anti-Turk ish agitation in the countrylast autumn ; and, though they are not even now quite agreed among themselves, and the effects of theii original blundering have been most mischie? vous, yet their present attitude is not so dis pleasing perhaps to the opposition as to their own pro-Turkish ...

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SHERWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 April 1877

SHERWOOD R".ACES: Races came off at Slher'wooa on Saturday last, on a course near the Sherwood Hotel, .being about half-a-mile in length. There was not a very large attendance, but Mcrs and MIr. Strudwick did their utmost to make everybody comfortable. The stewards present carried on the lbusiness so that:tlire were no disputes, lind, except a little dis satisfaction relative to:.the closingi of the entries so as to leave out- horses- that had been taken to the.bourase, everything :went off pleasantly. The Caulfield stable made a good turn out, the' horses being 'in. fine fettle, rasulting'-in carrying off all the best iZes.: :Mr. Eddington acted as-starter and 4r. W. Lyall jun. as judge.::There was SOme excellent racing, especially for the Sherwood Handicap and the Hurdte race. : IMaD. Pl.rT of £ ; distance two mii?. and a half. Eywod'a Comedian, 5 yra, 8t ..., .' .., I Gry's bherweod, Syrs 8st.: 2 Howard', Epping Belle, 4yrs, 8st tOlb Sherwood took up the running 'at once, making ...

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 April 1877

A SERIOUS:. CHARGE. James Hawthorn, a young cdntractor of respectable . appearance, was yesterday brought up at the, Brighton Police Court charged. with assaulting an old woman named Janet Burrows with intent to corn smit a diliital offence. , Mr. Read appeared for the defendant. Jfnet Burrows. stated that she was the:wife of. W. Burrows, who worked for Mr. Cooper of the Marine iHotel: Slie was staviiin at Mrs. Mitchiell's, a;wido residing at Picnic Point; on the niglit of the 27th ult., sleeping in the same room but in separate beds. 'Towards morning some one: knocked at the door, and on MrS. Mitchell enquiring who it wns' a.voice'said ,Ja?ies' linwthorne.":: :leo -was ...told to gonaway, home,: as lie was not wanted there. "He then forced "thei doorii open;, aind struclk'? match and tuirned down the bedclothlis off.prosecu trix's face. to see whoh she,swas, at the same: time threateninog to nassault one of them. Witness gotiup and took refiiged'in. irs: Mitchell's abd'; thelilefer...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 April 1877

A liotel-keeper at Colliiigwood was fined .5 on Tuesday last for selling two penny worth of beer on Sunday: The business must beivery profitable to stand that. Sir C: G.'Duffy:has finished his election cering trip in 'Gippslaind by addressing a meeting at Sale on Monday night. It It is expected that he will return to Mel bourne in 1a few days. Ilather a strange case was a charge of stealing handcuffs made against one of a lot of young men at Williamstown Police Court recently. On'e of theirhad been handcuffed and b '.the interference of his mates got off; but though he could not get the liand cuffs off, he is charged with theft. ' At' a meetinm of the Geelong Vinegrowers' Association' held oii Saturday,' it was decided, says the Advertiser, to support no candidates for;? Parliament 'except' those' who pledged th?emselves to endeavour to have 'vineyard proplerties taxed on the basis of their original and not improved value., It was also resblved to call a meeting of delegates from al...

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SELECT POETRY. THE LADY SOUTH GIPPSLAND AND HER WOOERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 April 1877

SELEOT POETRY. THE LADY SOUTH GIPPSLAND 'AND HEll WOOERS. "'Ihe wary sage when solemn dictates fall, Conveys the moral in dome simple tale.' (From Melbourne Punch ) The lady South Gippeland was lovely and fair, And bright were her eyes and luxuriant her hair; Add this beantiful lady had tiches untold, And also three lovers doter mined and told. " The first of these three was a beauty named Sykes, A preacher of sermons and maker of dikes; And he came to the lady and dropped on his knee, And he leered in her face as he grunted, " Take me." The lady looked frowningly haughty and spoke " Are you really in earnest, or do you but joke ? Now, if I accept you "-and here he looked blue " May I ask you politely-what good can you do ?" " Sweet lady:" said Sykes, in a wheedling squeak, "Don't you res I've got plenty of what is called 'cheek,' And that's at your service, substantral and hard And besides I can preach by the furlong or yard." "If I take you," said the, "you will sell me, my blade ...

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NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 April 1877

NER GUINEA.-i-Mr. Octavius 0. Stone has sent The Times the following extract from a letter just received from MIr. Law rence Hargrave, who in 1875-0 accompanied Mr. Stone in his expedition to the south east of New Guinea, and more recently that of Signor. d'Albertis to the Fly River, west waards of the Papuan Gulf, up which they succeeded in penetrating 450 miles; a dis tance inland, Mr. Stone says, hitherto quite unprecedented in the annals of Rew Guinea travellitig:-" Sydney, December 14, 1876. . You ivill understand that this expe dition has been only aquatic, no one during the 56 days the Neva was in the Fly River having slept out of the vessel, the excur sions on shore being only of a few hours' duration. The climate of the centre of New Guinea is not to -be dreaded` by Europeans mnore thIn that of Queensland, the thermo meter'rangng between 8Odeg. and 102deg. Fahrenheit. Thunderstorms are frequent owing to the S.E. trade winds being checked byl the backbone of Papua, of which ...

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WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 April 1877

WHISKEY CREEK. (Fron a Correspondent.) One of the Iargest gatherings ever held in this district took place on Easter Moindat at :Dickens's Robin Hood Hotel, Whiskey Creek, to celebrate the opening of this very handsome hotel, which, by the way, hes been opened since the new year; however, it appears host Dickens waited for E?ster before issuing invitations, and perhaps acted wisely, for there could not not have been less tlhan 50 persons present at the hall. Neerim, Jindivick, Brandy Creek, Lang warri; BBerwick, and Pakenham all filrnished their contributions --where the assembled 'came.from was a inatter of surprise to ail. One noticeable feature was the very orderly conducttliiat prevailed, the entire absence of ll' rodi;diness, but this is chartacteristic of the district. Mr. Sykes took ad?anttage of the occasion to address the company, and wvas well received; however; the lurca company: assembled seemed more inclined for amusement than arguments, aul' de voted themselves to it a...

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