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THE RICHMOND ELECTION. MR. INGLIS AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 April 1877
THE RICHMOND ELECTION. MR. INGLIS AT THE TOWN HALL &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A meeting of the electors of Richmond, called by Mr. Inglis, who proposed to address them as a can- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; didate for re-election, as a member of the Assembly was held on Friday night, at the Town Hall. For some time before Mr. Inglis and his friends appeared on the platform there was a disturbance in the Hall, owing to one or two persons, said to be " cranky," attempting to address the meeting. Mr. David Mitchell took the chair, and there was then some attempt made to move Mr. Thompson to it. A great hubbub arose in the course of which Mr. Mitchell endeavoured to speak, but he was, of course, inaudible; at length Mr. Inglis rose, but the uproar continued. Mr. Gibson attempted to speak, with a view to getting an adjournment, but he might as well have saved his breath. A person, named Wallace, who was dressed in a dirty-white smock, next attempted to s...
CHOOSING A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
CLOllENlt3 A WIFE: If ,John' wife Inched anything, it certainly was not- a thorough aeqonintance with every detail of honewifiery Though th daughair of a wealthy man, ehe was put to work when a more child, and kept at It until wh bhad ecarcely an idea above or beyond it. i Work, with her, wa?no ?simply a means, but an end.; She acbnbbed anid' ecolded, and scolded and scrubbed, one w~oiild think for the mere pleasure of ecmtubing: Not a epotch of dust could hae detected In any paert of her rhoose, yet still it had a cheerless atpeot. The oheirs in the sitting room and the parlor stood atjust ench englee, the books and ornaments on the centir table aind. mntel were placed in osuch a paeition, and woe to liher lnckless husband if heehaneed to displacethem" Her work not only employed her hande, but her thoughts and tongue. When her haibarnd retirned home at night, wearied from his busines;, ehe entertained him with long accounts of the work elic had peiformed, or the shortcoming and nap...
SELECT POETRY. NO ROSE WITHOUT A THORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
SELECT POETRY. * NO ROdE. Wv Lu oUT A. .. THORN. WnaLE etraying through li e's v.lley, . - Though in our childhood's morn, . We find whereo'r we wander " No rose without a thorn. Though sweet miay be the fragrance' They fling around out feeoot, We find amid life's roses The bitter with the sweet. And when the sun of mid-day . 'Borne brighter o'er our head, -"We find n'o thornlessaa roe Where'r our etep are led.: But itill we fondly cheri, . .The rosebud's fading leafr, Though we know the thorn endure, While the rboo'a bloom is brief. And whe?n 'down the valley Our trembling feet must etray, Though the crown of roaas wither, The thorns are there alway. Buit wirhen we cross the river, And reach the longed-for hlioe, Well dwell lmid f.deleis roee, Where nooglyt can harm us snote... ",
STATE OF BURKE ROAD. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
STATE.OF' BURKE. ROAD., To the Editor of the Bounthourke and Mornfngtlo Journal. Sir,-In reference to a letter- that appeared in your last issue, and your foot note thereon, I can endorse the etatements that the road is in bad repair.-The reaan is the faulty construction of the road in the flreet instance. The road was made some years ago; it is on the side of a steep fern hill, (where the rand is five feet deep, loora and light), and the road was only made with gravel, and it has lately been subjected to an unnusl amount of trafflo from the cortege of heavy materials over it for works in the adjoining Borough, in consequence of which the gravel las been deeply cut through, and some of it is out of site, nd.theo rest of it broken up. The road will not be good till the gravel is removed, and the rood is properly constructed with extra large metal below to form a sole. This work must be done at the rxponse of the two municipalities interested. The nftr cubic yordo of blue metal ordere...
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 18th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Dr. Clarke, Mr. Mitchell, and Mr. O'Connor, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
RICHMOND: POLICE COURT. : Wednesday, April-18th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Dr. Clarke, cI . Mr. Mitchell, and Mr. O'Connor, J.P.., Charles Hutton v. Wm. Atkinson; goods, £i13ss.71d-Order for, amount. ::Ah Ching v.'Jos. Burtles; unlawful as Ssault.: The Chinaman complained of having been hit over the eye by defendant without 'an?ay rovocationi.-Defendant's statement :: was that he called compininant by name, and :the: Chinaman then asked him if he wanted 'to fight, hand forthwith rushed on him, and he bhad to retaliate in self ldefence:-A fine of :0s. with 2s. Gd.' costs was imposed. Page v. Knowles; summons for removing loam from Crown lands without authority. A fiine of is. was imposed. . Edwin' Bassett and IDavid Swan were charged with furious driving.--Mr. Taylor appeared for defendants.-'Tho' men, -who are cali-drivers, were seen by a: constable urging their horses forward at a great' pace in Bridge road early in the morning of the 11th.--The defence was that the horses were t...
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 18th April. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES, -BOROONDARA, SHIRE COUNCIL. ':Wednesday, 18tlh April. Present-The President (G. II. TeVlor Esq.) - nd Councillor HIillard, Blankshbr Wiedemann, Robinson, and Dillon. The outward correspondence was read and approved. CORRESPbONDENC E. From Mr. Slatterie, toll-manager, liaw. thorn toll, forwarding detailed statement of expenditure and receipts in connection with the toll fund, and Eniginecrs' report relatin. to tlhe 'eairs. -Received. Froin Richard Werrett, applying for crna. pensation for work he had executed at the locality of flis premises on VWhite hlorse road, snaliclihad been clone by direction of tile Engineer.-The' Engineer stated tiat he had said, in reply to Mr. 'Werrett, that the -performance of the work weould be an improvement, but had not authorised the work with the idea of having to pay for it. -Not entertained. From Borough of Kew, stating that that Council approved of the acceptonce of the tender of Willis Bros. for metalling Bound. ary. roa...
FARM &c. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
FAIRM &L. REPORT. Mr. .Abraabsm' Liucolne,' practical: agriculturalist and eed .agent, Kirk's Bazaar, has sent us his mondtilyc repoit, fromi. which we mahk the following extracts:-Barley. The barloy crops requires the nest'of soil 'and the beat of preparation ;in the old country it ueually. follows a root erop, and every elfit Is made to get the seed-bed into an ai -heap condition'. This condition may be obtaliod here, if early and doeep cultivation be resorted to, a partial smnmier fallow secorod, and' the acarifier. freely usod at intervele.. A light, free, loamy soil is best adapted for this crop; such a soil will become mellow in a very shliort. timo, if judiciously treated. between' the ploughirig and sowing. It Is considered better to maanre liberally for the preceding crop, rather- than fur the barley ; but hould tlio, paddock. want heart, 'ammonlacal':timularita are preforable, as they absorb and Ihold the"m'oletnro bhtter than, any other. In 'the c?arly' districts ...
PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 21st April. Present: Councillors Sunderland Fowler, Smith, and Kidd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
irlLLIP ISLAND SHIRE' COUICIL. Saturday, 21st April. resent : Councillors West, Sunderland, Fowler, Smith, and Kidd. The minutes of the last and adjourned meetings were rend and confirmed. CORIRESPONDENCE. From the licensed Victuallers' Associi ion, asking for names and addresses of tile iceased victuallers in the Shire.- To lie omnplied with, on the motion of Councillors Fouher and Kidd. Fruon the Shire Council of Meredith, with reference to roads closed by unlocked mwing gates.-On motion of Coincillor Fow ier, seconded by Councillor Smith, the lettdr io be received and the Council coincide with the resolution of Meredith Council. Thomas Bergin's application for a slaulh tering license was granted, on the motion of Councillors Smith and Sunderland. Accounts to the, amount of £61 Gs 4d wiere passed for payment, on the motion df Councillors Fowler and Smith. i A progress payment of £10 was passed to G. Coates on account of contract 109, on the motion of Councillors Fowler and Smith. ...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
*MA RKETS. . EarTn: lAmAnET, April 21 :-Vogetables : Basil, I per dnz bunchea ; beans, kidtiey, Id io lid p?r ib; boouqets, 3e to 8s per dozen; cabbages, Is to. 2s do; carrots, Gd to 8d per dos bunches.; crees,.water, Gd. td 7d. do.; celery, 2a. do.; cuoumbers, In to Is Gd do ; horaoradish, 2s to t5 per doz ticks ; garlic, 2d perlb ; lettuces, Gd to tI per doz ; mar joram. lid to 8d do ; mint, Gd to 81 do; onions, dried Ts. to T' Gd. per cwt; do., green, 6d. per dozen bunches; parsley, Gd do ; psrsnips, la to Isa 4d do; pens, Id to 2d per Ib; potatoes, 5s. to 5e Gd per owt; rhubarb, Gd to Is per doz bunchea; radishes, 4 do; sage, Gd to 8d do; shallots, 2d'to 3d per lb ; spinach, 2d to 3d per Ib; thyme, 8d per don bunlies ; turnips, 9 I. to 1i. 1Gd per dozin bunches. orult :AB'BAonda, 2 to '3d par ll,:; appes, dessort, 4s. to Gs. per buo-hol; do., cooking, 3s. to 4o. Gi. do;ewalntuts; 13, do; grapes, 2J to 4d per lb.; quinces, Id par lb; melons, water, tos. Gd. to 3s. per dozen; pear...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
rCA;itl Or' U - It1l1 ADVERTISING. ,reonty Words, for One Insertion .. .. s T•ent to Thirty Words,dp ... o 2 Thirt to Forty Word, do . ,iro Forly \Wornds, at the rate of 3S per inohif If for One Insertion only. , : SIarge Dtscour upon all Adoertisements appearing : for Three Months. AdvretisementO must specify on tlh face of them the mrnneer of insslions, or they will bns continned : d charged fot till conrtermrndeid. All orders for ,ithdrawal or alteration to be sen. inon no-the day prior tnpnhlicntion., PDIRECTORY.. eolicitors atIILER THOM AR. 64 Little Colline stree east, Melbourne: and TIoonah Cottage. Wnt tietrte road, Gartiner. Butchers Ij NNIGlEIt .iOfTI, Genrrslt Faminl?l Hrtct.rr Rowena Parade. Richilrnd. icrrllane0n1s .J. IIrT:f. Water Filter 3lsnofactiuer, 117a Car dian strreet, opposite Arg hl- square. Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle pltce, .ygnn street. Grazing Paddocks- PINNET'SGRAZING PADDOCK;P1kenhamn. -Address: 13 York street, Prahran. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON. Antho...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
CORRESPONDENCE.* Our columns are open for the discussion of alol qustions which are not of a sectarian character. We wish it to be distinctly, understood, however, that toe do not idontify ourselvest with the opinions eopreused by our correspondoents. iEt conmmunications far in soertion mnst bo addressed to the Editor, and contain the ameno and address of the writer, as a guarantee of good faith: -
MR. KEYS AT DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
• Ril. KEIYSAT DONCASTER.I Mr:.Keys addressed about, fifty: of the' electprs, at. the Athienmrm; Doncaster, on Monday last, 'Mr W. Lanforrd in'the chair. lMeer; Keys said it ?ans tile "duty of every candidate to give a clear.nnd distinct ex pression of his opinion;, so that the electors would be able to judge' for tlhemselves who was thle best man'to represent them; it was the more necessary for him to he so, as certain reports were circulated.:that. he professed to be a Protectionist in private, anti. a Free Trader on the platform; ;-but should there be any doubt in--thc-. mind of any elector present onuthis question, lo,would endeavor 'to, remuoive it by. at ,oncea stating thlat he always. held the principles of Free' Trade, and still held-them ;iatl tihe same timie; he would not bea.party to the total abolition of the !.Customss , duties, - amounting to Z1,700,000. HIe would .support a revision of the present tariff, by reducing at onc'e all theli,0 per cent.duties to ,it least 1...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 24th. Before the Mayor and Mr. Toon, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
HAWrTHORN POLICE COURT. - : Tuesday, April 24At. . efore the Mayor and Mr. Toon, J.P. i SW. T. :Molloy .v. ? clullons; pwork and labour, , 1 l0s.--No appearance: a William Stephens, Michael. O'Neili and Mirtin Cain Cainwer fined 2.s.:d. cach, with s.; Gd. costs, for driving gwithout glhts. : i L,: Hugh Falvey;and.John Collins w erefined 2s. (d.;each with 2. Gd. costs,, for.lhaving no liguht at. nght on a dangerous formation. j Thio jury lists wvere revised, and the Court then adjourned :
THE BASS AND WOOLAMAI DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
TIE BASS1 AND WOOLAMADL DIS T(Fro` a Correspondent) The Coriolla 'dstrict haingl been favored witi ??' visit"frotm Hii E.'??cllencyy the Governor, Cowes is to be favored in thp game manner, Bauer s Htotel -having been engaged for the accommodation of' fis Ex cellcncy aiiid suit, whereli they intend:istay ing for some tiim"e; 1rPBei m havin" Been ebef dc ciisinacto Sir Henry Barclay iill be able to tiaiil provid for "his 'distifnguiislihed visitor ^dpropos of tli' Governor's.'i late visit o: GOraintville I:hliear that His E~ce lncy:?maide:a serious mistake intnkin Hiost Dickins for somebody else,. A' `,.ls sri -. -,.The district hass been visited with' : splen did fall of rain, aend the codatry now looks quite fresh anrd green? , I... rc$et to inborm.you thatan old colonist lis left the B ass, wherel he was universally respd ted;,to seek; 'fresh fields eind pastures new.'~ I allude to the big miiani of thle Ba?is who, has mnigrated to the Big Heath . which is henceforth` to lie calle...
EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH." AN OLD STORY RE-TOLD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
Alt OLDma STORY RElt-TOLD.: .: %• " Old ean," iaid I. " what aileth thee. :: Whiore comes thy bitter grief? SFear not the cause to tell to me, S 'T illz ive thy ireast relief". The feolk from choral all passed iiimi by, Yet that old ma staod tliere; - And while the tear-drop dimmed his eye He tore his matted hair. " Old chap, I'm much concerned, I said, ' To ese yon griese so eadl ; d Hae tome oio hit 3on on tho head, Or your wife threshod you badly? Said he, 'iThank Icbre.a I've no wife, And therefore, ehe's not licked meo; But to the last day of my life, This bitter grief will etick t' me. Tliis 'ee i my itlictiaon, mnate," Said he with waolal manner, l''ve put a half-eov in the plate, And thought It were a tanner." The election address of che period. "Gentlemen,--In response to an influentially signed requisition, &c., &c., I beg to sub mit the following as my views upon uthe leading topics of the day -Bill of fare. I believe in orotection to native industry. I be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
PaEErATmz DeoCA.-From inherent weakness, overwork, contina edesposure to unwholeesome sir or :iuidddend variations of temperature, from businese i aree, sorrow, or other scurese the constitlutona of many persons prematurely decay. Under such cir: - cmstances, a Wise discrimination ahonld be exeroieed Aid'ialetting the material wherewith to repair dilapi :~ation and restore the human edifice. Bemember - that the sanction of four thonoand physician. bha been acidrdad to UDi.rao WoLrz's ecarumt A?Toulrao e'qmrzep. SADvnoe To Mlo'rnR-!-Are youn broken in your res by a sick child soufnring wsth the pain of cnttin. teeth f Go at once to n chemist and get a tttle of lire. Winelcw's doothing Syrop. It trill relieve the poor, offrer immeoiteily. It in perfectly harmless and plir.ant to taste, it ploduces natural quiet slteep, by relieving the child from pain, and t, l ittle c erob aw.hker "m bright a a hutton." it a .otbes the child. it sonfens the gums, allay. all pain, rolenves wind, regul...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Ohn a fortmer occssion we madetereference, from a portinal visit to the Nalr-Nar-Goon Stota e choo which is carried' on by Mrs. C. .'Thomas. On. Friday last, Mr. JamesI'Holland, School Inspector, on his way to Gippelnd on a tour of inspection, paid a visit to Mrs. Thom's a school, and, having ii spretod, made the following report :-'Twenity nine prceout. Thore is oufl6oient evidoenco aordcd by the owork of this"school to-day that' good progress has been made since last examination, and the state of the school generally reflects much credit on M1rs. Thomas." The attendance may bh considered by the casual-reader to be.very emal;and ?the school per hopii n; t worth menetion ; but; to' look at the school, standing' alone in a somewhat wild-lookineg piece of country, the wonder is where the scholars come from. Many of them have a long. distance to travel, though very:young. uThe population of the district will no doubt increase in a few years,' and Mrs. Tbhmas ajsy 'bh...
MESSRS A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 17th April, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877
MESSBS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'8. REPORT. S.Melbourno; 17th April, 1877. Dairy Oatle.-IWo had- a moderate supply Jlst week, bit the iuality was mostly inforior. W6'do ii?; alter tho quotations of last week. Storo Cattle.-There is not 'o muoh demand for ilhes. : Wu can oiler soveral lots of two to four year ,.d bullocks and oows at reasonable price.' SFat Calvoe.-Tho eupply of cialve has been for nome weeks past below the arvrage, and prici have bIen proportionately higher. Figs.-The market for all sorts of pigs has beon overc-tucked for some weeks past, and prices have'in con.cquoenc goine doin vory tiuch.: ' Third are at presort a good iiuniber linsold frout last weok' saleW