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DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT ECHUCA? =: The Argus of-Monday records the'follow ing feairful catastrophe as having' occurred on Monday last, :--" A terrible accident happened at the works in connection with the new Murray bridge to-day. Soon after four o'clock one of the " travellers" on the Moama side of the river, 50 feet from. the ground, upon which seven men were work ing, suddenly fell, fearfully crushing all the poor fellows. . The traveller at the time of the aecident was' einig employed to lift the dead-weight used for sinking the cylinders from the top of oneof the piers. Too much of the material, consisting of railway iron and bluestone, was taken off one side, and the cylinder canted over, struck the traveller which in turn was over-balanced, knocked away tle girders underneitth it, and came crashing sideways to the ground with all upon it and about 50 tons of the loading. The men were fearfillly hurt Their names names are William: Godfrey, William Her bert, William Phillips, Geor...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 17th. (Before the Mayor and Mr Sayce, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

'aHAWTHORN POLICE COURT:;v ' .Ca -< 'iTuesday,, April-17ti.c "'(Before the Mayor and'iMr Sayce;"J .P.) ,;i ew .Vicholas, snummoned foiravin .no nameon lhis dray, as' finehd 2si. d. 2s Gd. costs:i ,r _...: George MlcGowan; fined 2s 6d., with 2s. 6d. c'sts; for 'hnviig io :light "on a''dan gerotis formation. J. H.IoHpwood wtasi siunimoned on two chargesof trespass, of cattle by:George I. Kangemaim? compensation being claimed in one case to the amount of £10, andin the other of £2., It appeared from- the evidence;' that 'defendant's cattle had got into .complainant's orchard, and done some damadge. .Ir. Taylor appeared for com plainant, and admitted the trespass, but de murred to the amount of the compensation. The Bench awarded 5s. compensation, with' 30s. costs, in each case.

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KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 11th April. Before the Mayor (Mr. Phipps) and Messrs. Wharton and Toon, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

.KEW POLICE COURT.: Wednesday, 11th April:''"-' Before the Mayor (Mr.-Phipps) and Messrs. '' Wharton and Toon, J:P. Edwin Wathen v., A.-1 M G,' Watson ; work and labor, Gs 6d. No appearance. "'Jiames" Dinginll was' summoned for driving' without lights, :nd fined 2s Gd. and 2s 6d. costs. Calebl Hawkins v. ,Edward Glennie; an examin'ation' summonis, claiminfi:£17 Is. 4d. P;aintiff is a member of the late firm ofTate and";Hawkinse,iand it was "urged in defence thit;lit e could, hnot sue i a member of ;the late firin.Dismissed.without 'costs.".-' Samuel C Pope. v. Joseph E~ ery:: goods, £4.-No appeaiime. .The Court then adjourned

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

FLoaMILNEI-FOR TBg TEETH AND BREATr.--A few drops of the liquid " Ilorline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleaslant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, slope decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragraanc to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from deeayed teeth or tobacco smoke. The "Fragrant Flortline," being composed in paut of Honey and sweet herbs, is deli clone to the taste, and the greatest toilet discoverv of the age. Plice 2s. Gd., of all Chemists and Per famers. Prepared by Henry O. Ga.LUP. 403 Oxford street, London, 6703emd TnnorT AFeertIOsS AtND HoAM?t?ss.-All suffer ing ftom irritatiou of the tiroat and hoarseness will be agreeably sarpei?ed at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." Tmese famous "losenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at Is. l}d. per box. People t...

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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

SOUTHi 'BOUR?KE' :ELECTION. CMr. J. F. Higgins, civil engineer 'ad= dressed a meeting at the ,Malvern Hotel, Gardiner, on:Thursday evening last as a candidate for thel' representhtion of South Bourke. Mr. Bensobn, the Shire Ptesidenti occupied the chair.~IMr. Higgins said he surveyed the Gippsland railways: liner in 186i,-and was an' active :prodmdter of it,; he condemned the course 'which had been. taken is construction of the line from Sale instead of from Melbourne. He said he was opposed to the purchase of the Hobson's Bay railway, and to the abolition of .tolls. iHe was in favor, of payment of members, protection; and Mr. Berry's progressive land tax ; and lie was opposed to State . imiigration and the opening of publio liouses'on Suendays! A, vote of confidence in the candidate was agreed to. : Mr: Crews: addressed the electors. of South Bourkel at--Doncaster' onf Thursday night as a candidate for- the representationi of the district in' Parliament. ll - Robert Williamson occu...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

CORRESPONDEN E. . -0,----. Our ola lnms aro op0 for the discussiao of al ?qestioi w rahich aren ot of a ieactriaoo character. We'? " ist'? to be distinctly, understood, however, that we do not identify ourselves wtith the opinions expresscd b& our correspondents. All communications for in sertion mnst be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guarantee of good faith.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday April 14. Before Messrs. Lecky and Patterson, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

:, POLICGEINTELLIGENCE. ?%i CRANBOURNE?E POLICE COURT. . -Saturdy April 4. Before iMesrs; Lecky. and Patterson, J.. 'Richard 'awless was summoned by Con stable'Clak, for using insultiig language in.a public..place. . Mr. Lowe appeared for defendant., 'Tioýprosecutor said,,that oA thelieilit of loth, of April, he found de fendant, making -,'a disturbance with some drunken"' ?mein opposite " the " Cranbournd Hotel":' He cautionied, himn aswell as otbers who wetrethere, aid, o pasing them again1 found: them there still. -.lThe others; rai away, and,Lawless stood. On.speaking td him; he told' itness to hmind his owi b- business. I-To Mr. Lowe: He went 'up to Lawiless, ,'aid cauigliti hold of himi bI" thd coat, in the bar of the hotel, .but did noL that he' linw of ppull any of h'is his'kers out..; Defendant put. himself,in a,fighting attitude, whereupon he (witniess) threatenied to use his baton... He followed defendant into the hotel..:iHe had no ,down" on de& fendant.-Mr. Lowe...

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CRICKETING JOTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

RICOKETING ' JOTS: A.cricket inatch .was played last Saturday between Brandy; Creek. and the combinedl team of Buln Buln. The match resultedin a ludicrous defeat of. the combined 'eleven. The principal scorers . for Brandy Creek were Davis, 18; :Charsley,'43;. Gabbut, 32; and Greenaway, 1. - The total score of Brandy. Creek in one. innings was 148; the combined eleven in their first innings made 42, and in their second; 30 ruins, Brandy;Creek thus winning in one innings and 76 runs to spare. ' This is the fifth match Brandy Creek has played this season, winning four out of the five. - A match ,between.: Brandy;a Creek- and Berwick was' played on; the ground :of the latter on the 31st March last. .' The'game resulted in annl easy .tvictory for .Brandy Creek. :For the winners the principal scorers were Davis;. 6 ; Gabbit, .47.; anid Edway, 11. The bowling of Young and Davis for Brandy Creek was found very effective., ,The:.total scores were-Brandy Creek, 1st inningse 99;, nd innings, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

IMFPORITA1T NIOTICE. The Trustees in the assigned estate of JOHN RICIHMOND, BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND, Having determined to Sell off the whole of the Stock, beg to inform the public generally that as the estate must be wound u.p immediately the goods will be dispo.edof at such prices as .has never biefor been' submitted in the district. The Stock is well ktnown, and as Mr. Rlchmond has been but a short time in the business the Goods are nearly new, having been very recently purchased. As the trustees are anxious for a speedy clearance a Tremiendous 'Reduction Has been made in the Prices from what is usually charged. The Stock is large. The Departments are well assorted, consisling of....... MILLINERY! MANTLES'! UNDEROLOTHING, MEN'S BOYS' CLOTHING, Hats and Caps, C:alioes,.-- Flannels, Blankets, Prints, * Quilts, &o. The residenls of Hawthorn, Kew; Bulleen, Temple stowe, Camberwell, Doncaster, and Ballyshanassy are all invited to the Great Sale. SALE to Commence on SATURDAY, APRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

tCALI? tlr F V t'R1t ADVERTISINO rwenty Words, for One Insertion ... ... Twenty to Thirty Words, do 2s ( Thirtr to Forty Words, do 3e above Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Dosrcosr upon all Advertisements appearing for Three Months. Adreltisements must specify on the. face of them the number of instations, 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 TORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS, 64 Little Collins stree east, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. Butchers I'INNIGEII, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. • iscellaneons J. HOLT. Water Filter Manufaclurer, ll7a Car - digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PINNET'SGRAZING PADDOCK,Pakenham. -Address: 1S York street, Prahran. Surveyors- C HOLLAND LOXTON, Authorised Surveyor under...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 10th April, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 10th April, L877. Dairy Cattle.-Our market last week was fairly nsupplied, but very few of the cows forward were oI reutly good quality. We can only quote for fio class crws, to £12 10s.; second do. and medium, t. £8. -Store Cattle.-We had a very abshort supply o theseo, nd We caonnuquoto a reliab'e price. W. hav. eeoquirtes for store steers and cows, and could readily place several lots.- Fat talves.-We had only a very limited supply of calves last week, and prices were satisfactory to th, vendore. Pigs -We cannot report any improvemente in tirs matlket. All aorta have been depresoed foti Eom weeks, and we do not expect much improvemont tfu a few weeks yet.

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

MARKETS. EASTERN e MRKET, April id :-Vegetables : Basil. Is. per do. bunches; beane, kidney, }d to Id per lh; bonquets, 3s to 8s per dozen; cabbages, is to 2s do; carrote, Gd to 9d per don bunches ; cress, water, Gd. to 7d. do.; celery. - s. do.; cucumbers, Is to 2s Gd do; horseradish, 2s to 5s per doz sticks; earlic, 2d perlb ; lettuces, Gd to Is per doz ; mar joram, Gd to 8d do ; mint, Gd to8d do; onions, dried 7s. to 78 Gd per cwt ; do., greeu, Gd. per dozenr bunches; parsley, Gd do ; parsnips, 14 to Is 4d do; peas, Id to 2d per uh; poratoes, 5s. to 5 Gd per owt; rhubarb, Gd to is per doz bunches; radishes,41 do ; sage, Gd to Sd do; shallots, 2d to 3d per lb ; spinach 2d to 3d per Ib ; thyme, 8d per doz bunehes ; turnips 951. to ls. Gd per dozen bunches. Fruit: Almonds 2d to 3d per lb.; appleso deseart, 4s. to 6. pat huslel; do., cooking, Gs. to 4o. Gl. do; walnut-; 13s do; grapes, 2d to 4d per lb.; quinces, ld per Ih; melons, water, Is. Gd. to 3s. per dozen; pears, 2d to 3d do. ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

`T'r -? ' MISCELLANEOUS.; L'Estrange, the. Australian Blondin, suc cessfullly accomplished' tlie:flit of walking across the Middle Harbour, Sydney, on a rope; on the i14th April.- Th'e :performance was witnessed, by.large ,crowds,on the ad jacent liills'; and `on': steamers `which had been chartered:for the occasion. Thc Hon. E. Cohen, one' of th'e members for, East Melbourne, and formerly a? Cabiniet minister, died at his residence on the 13th instanit.; The fu'neraltook place on Sunday last, ati lie Melbourne General Cemetery, according to the rites of .the Jewish Church, and. was largely attended; amongst those present: being members of both .Houses of Parliament, members of the City Corpora tion' members' of the! Melbourne Hospital Committee, Chief Justice Stawell, the Hon. J. G. Francis, and M?lr. W. J. Clarke.; In the Cricket Match, at Adelaide, twenty two of South Australia against the All England Eleven, Hill, oneof the latter team, took ten wvi'kets for nine runs'! "At a'me...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1877. FROM the latest accounts from Europe it would appear that notwithstanding all the efforts that have been minade to, preserve peace a long and sanguinary war is likely to break out. Atone time we hadstrong hopes that the disturbances would be con fined to the territory of. the Turks. and their dependencies,, but Russian diplo. macy, which we' may- presume to- have been workiing in a contrary directiont, hais at last been successful, and now' oz- :the approach of summer in the Northern hemisphere, ivhen warlike operations can be'best undertaken, we see th?ecommence ment of i contest in which other, people: besides those of Turkey and Ilon'tenegro: are sure to :be embroiled. We now. see that the .timen which was .spent on the Conference was entirely wasted; its de cision `was unsatisfactory, a'nd ;on the negotiations which have since taken place the Porte has finally decided to reject the iie'mands-of Montenegro ;'the result ;will be iitother :outbreak, and t...

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HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 11th April. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

IIAWTHIORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, lth April:. 1.crSLt : fi'e Mayor -(Mr. Cleverdon) and Councillors Sayce, Hellicar, Knipe, Molloy, Athvns, Denny, Johnson, and' Wallen. The minutes of- previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. . From G. J. Barthold, complaining of the state of the roadway in Coppin Grove, caused through insufficient facilities for carrving away the storm watec, and saying that he would hold the.Council responsible or any damage done to his property through the storm water washing over his premises, and which tlhreatened.to carry away a stone wall.-Councillor Knipe proposed that Cjun. cillors should personally inspect the locality. It was in a very bad state, and he could not well explain its condition., and would like Councillors to judge for themselves.- Sar-estion agreed to. From Government Statist, acknowledging receipt of statistics relating. to the Boroulgh: Heceived. From the Treasury, in reference to the loan obtained, calling attention ....

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STATE OF BURKE ROAD. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

S CATE OF BURKoUE ROAD. To the Editor of the South Bourke and MIornington Journal. *Sir,-It appears the Shire Council of Boroondara is about to give us blte metal again this vear for maintenance'purposes on the Berko road. It itato be" hoped, both for the sake of the Council and tllo rate payers, it will be used to better purpose. than last year, for the mode adopted.was suggestive of any thing you please rather than int-lligent care of the fonds of thie Council, and the comfort and safety of the passengors. i I am, Sir: Yoeros respectfully, . EDWIN BOWN0.- -Burke road,.Oamberwoll, 16th April,' 1877.) [We quite endorse the opinion of our correspondent. For a long time back the portion of this toad from the top of the hill to the small bridge near Brown's is perfectly dangerous. - T'fho 'metal is loose, scattered all over the road, re.king this porti?u quite unsafe for tlaffi. :,That accidents hlave not occurred is a matter *for solrprioe, but we presume all who can avroidlthe road d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

.Valuable Discovery. for, the Hair.--Il your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use !"The Mexi can Hair Renewer, " for it willpositivily, restore in et crie `grey or whtile hair. to its original colour without leaving the disagreeable smell of most.' Be etorers." ? 't makee the hair.echarmingly beautiful, as well a promoting the growth :of the- hair on! bald spots, where the glands are not decayed.' AE-k your Chemist for r"The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by' Henry 0. Gallup, 493 Oxford;street; London anid sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere at 3b. 6d perhottle. Two E aM WAHO VEoNDS AND laro0] -A- many do, an. initation or counterfeit of a popular medi cinal cordial drunk by thousands. knowing what he vends or imports to be a pernicious article, deserves aummary punishment. Beware of so called tonics and diarelics reommendedl as better than or the same as UDOLPHO WoLiEs' Scunma!: AnO avTxC Sc?rePrr, and purchase ,none. but the genuine preparatlon. THE PROVINCIAL...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

LOGAL INTELLIGENCE. -1-- For the information of the electors of South Bourse, we append herewith a list of pilling places in the respective divisione: -Bulleon-Shire Hall, Temple'towe;o Caulfield-Sttoe School, Caulfield; Dandenong-Court House, Dandenoeg; Gardiner -Courtllouse, Gardiner; 3[ordiaIloc, itate School, Mordiallo?; Hlulgmrave- lato School, Dandenong road; N'unawadiug--.hire Hall, Delaney's road·; Oatletgh-S-tato ichool, Oakleigh. All electors, not contented with the fci ities thus olffered for record ing their votes at the above places, will be p'asred to represent their grievances at once, by post, to the Returning Officer, Rlbert Hunter, Esq., J.P., Gar diner, or to Mr. Edward May. his substitute, Court House, Oauleigh. An inquest was held at Ringwood by Mr. - Candlr, on Friday, upon the body of, Charleo S nith, bet, r known as Thomas Mannerlin, aged sixty-four years, a shormaker, who died on the 11th ins'ant;. He hrad beell constantly intoxicated fir nearly a fortnight,...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 11th April. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Messrs. Gleadell, O'Connor, Mitchell, and Dr. Clarke, J.Ps. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

: RICHMOND 'POLICE COURT Wednesday :11th April. Before Mr. Templeton, P ., Messrs. Glea dell, O'Connor, Mitchell, and Dr. Clarke, `J.Ps. 'Ellen Biuckly charged with drunkenness; "pleaded guilty, andas fined " 0s. or :g to gaol fora week . : Charles Petersen, charged with stealing -wearini apparel, pleaded guilty. ; Maria Dufliel~iwidow, said prisoner was ;a lodger -in her house and took ;the °things from a -bedrooom. The prisoner, who was stated to be " wanted" for a robbery of a watch at :Melton, was.sent to gaol ifor a month with .hard labor; and the Court directed that the 'things should be given ulp to the prosecu .trix on her paying 5s. to a pawnbroker in -Melbourne, with .whom - they had been pawned. :The prisoner will be brought up on habeas on the other charge. 'James Boland v. Wilriam Dale ;'goods, 2. ' No appearance.. I" - - Annie Morton v. RichardaWakeman; un lawful assault. Mr. Walker-for complain ant. The particulars were said .to be that defendant on the 22nd T.arch la...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 14th April. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877

MEETINGS OF LOOAL BODIES, -0 CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 14th April. Present : The President (M.r. James Lecky), and Councillors Howard,,Greaves, Facer, Rossiter anti Lecky jun. The. minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. : The Fiiance Committee's report, reeom menditig paymients amounting to £70, weas received and adopted, and an adjournment made for half an hour to enable the Secre tary to make the payments. On resuming, the outwardcorrespondence Was retl-aut-anppr?cd. CORRESPONDENCE. From Government Statist, acknowledging receipt of statistics relating to the Shire of Cranbourne.-Received. From Clarke & Co., acknowledging receipt' of £402 for purchase of Govern. ment stock.--Reeived. From Shire of Meredith, in reference to the proposed licensing of roads enclosed with swing gates, expressing an opinion that any. revenue derived from the leasing of roads in shires should bha paid into the municipal revenue, and asking the co-opera tion of the Cranbour...

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