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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM " PUNCH." . The cartoon - in"?st week's .Punch is entitled "Banished," and represents Sir Jaimes.- McCulloch as Coriolanus, 'saying acodrding to Shakepeare, "I banish' you, &c" Chorus of Citizens, "Boohoo " Deorees of Comparisonl.-Young men and admirers of the fair sex like ,a woman who is plump, but candidates '.atl ani election prefer aplumper. , i Too Thin -There is a manin :nGeelong so thin that he cannotfcheatUn person;if he. tried ; becanse everybody can 'see through him !' :He would blie a Minister :-Member of Parliament (to his wife)- Look here, Jenny, if an old gent, with a long white beard and liowilegsP as, prances" goodisht deal wlien .he valks,' comes for me Inm hansom, you send: one of the' bos straight :tothe office for'me,; and get my best coat brushed, and a clean `shirt ready" by the; 'time I come hom er `'."";, ":

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

Mr. Lynar, the postmaster iat Belfast, has been arrested on a charge of appropriating Gdovernment money.- :: . SSomething like a"Ltangiblsecuritywas offered, says the Ballarat Courier, by one of the applicants for thel office of Town Clerk and Treasurer of the city yesterday. Besides the ordinary bonids for the due and ?boirec performance 'o'f his duties,: thel_:?ilicant tendered.. his wife and children to .the Coucil, if they. :iould be: kicid .eioiihihto elect him to, theoresponsibl~ ofiice: ..The overture was declinied, and his name was not included in thel si left for"th'e fiinal ballot. ...

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THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

THE OTITOMAN. EMPIRE. An extreinely interesting and entertaining lccture on the history of the Ottoman empire in Europe, dealing more particularly with the history of the city of Constantinople, was delivered by the Rev. Father Kelly, at St. Patrick's Hall, Bourk. street west, on Monday evening. , Mr.', B. O'Loghlen pre sided, and the,.hall ;was crowded to excess. The subject of the lecture, as advertised, was '"The history of the conquests of Russia during the last 100 years," but Fathler Kelly state, at the outset of, his remarks that in view ofthe recent statement in the English Parliament that the question of peace and war between Russia and England, depended mainly',iipoi the ability of the: Turks to de fend Constantinople, he would direct the at tention of, his audience more particularly to the history and fortunes of. this famous city. In an address of over two hours, which re tained the: rapt attention: of. the audience throughout, the lecturer. gave a minute ac count of. th...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday May 22. Present—Councillor DeMole (in the chair), and Councillors Barnard, Greenwood, Miller, Thompson, Marshall, and Mellor. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

KEW BOROUGII COUNC1L. - Tuesday May 22. Present--Councillor DeMole (in the chair), and . Councillors Barnard, Greenaroo, t* Miller, Thompson, Marshall, and Mellor. CORRiESPOXNDENCE. From the Treasury, as to fees &c. received under the. Licensing Act.-Iteferred to n Finance Committee. From the manager of the Hawthorn Toil, , enclosing cheque for £60 Os. Sd., Councils it share of the month's proceeds. From -M'Cutcheon, stating that he had lt had gas pipes laid on to his house, and ak. t in as as i kerosene lamp was about to le Lt placed at the corner of Young and Baulhn streets, that a gas lamp might be placed'at ), the corner of Raven and Rochester streets; also as to the state of \Walmer street, and , danger arising from heaps of metal.-The general opinion was that there was no ), money for the purpose at present it From the Roads and Bridges Office, stat Sing that the bridge at Jolhnstone-street ?ns i, completed, anti it would be necessary to 1, make arrangements for its fu...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 22nd May, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

MESSRS A. STRETTLE AND' C'd 'IREPORT Dairy Cattle.-It-ely good uiich rows werol no well represetcd, thoeo yarded coni tito? pr noipalla of niediini and itferiir queialty ?? do nt aliier ol last week's quotations:. riretf class cows arie soil wanted, and would command good prices.' Othe oarts not munchenquired, for. ? gitoe'Cattle -We had a fair supply of dra caws which we sld at: prieed':alut equal to tliose quoted lIst weekviz., £2 12s; 6d.' to £5.su' You'g: stock wore,; poorly represeited, and it was diflicultto gwt owners' valuations. ' , ? Fat Calves.-Supply being under ??e average'thooe yarded realised good prices. :: Pigs.--Oar market bring only moderatel] supplied. lait week;, prices were well maintained, but we cannot report 'much if any improvemnent in.value.

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

MARKETS. 1& ,Fhnir Wowc. - Abraham Lincoln, of' Kirk's Bazaar, in his circular -'Farin work for. June" reports :-- Thin spots in pastures should bho re sown .and topdreessd; after the compost is"ajplied the liarrows and roller" may flish th' work. :Top draring shiouid be prepared for this imonth or 'early in'Jely. Thibeeason has tutned'out mo?tfavodirable for sowing barley.. The encroachment of sorrell is a source of conitant complaint.' If purchased in-the seed suit able sievea or eteeuing in brino will clean the saniple, and if it be in arable land high farming will amother it. Dockseshoald never be allowed to seed; pull up, and if in bloom, born them. Land for mangolls and other root cropea'hoald be manured and deeply 'ploughed this months if not already done. Wheat sowing should be finished this month. Rolling young crops is a beneficial practice too often neglected Sowing grass seeds with grain crops, a practice some times purened in England, is not suitable to this cli...

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A NOVEL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

A NOVEL 'INDUSTRY: The !following letter addressed to the editor of the Age by Mr. Pitt;, ofRother wood, street, Richmond, appeared in the issue of that journal of Friday last :-" Sir, :I have to acknowledge your kindness for inserting?two paragraphs in, your paper ..relative to my articles'from the shark, I can nmake fourteen different articles from the shark, thirteen fromni fellmongers' fleshings and 'sixteen from blood and offal. All my chemicals will pay well for manufacturing if a company can be formed that will grant me proper apparatus, so that economy will be -the order'of the day, and not:on such a scale, as that 'the worki-g 'expenses will swallow up the profitsi as'was the case with' a small establishmeiit at'the city 'abattoirs. My Prussian blue is worth ' 2s. Id. per Ib, wholesale in the European niarket; emerald green, 9d.; ultramarine, ls. Gd.; prussiate of potash, Is.; cyanide potassium "(commer cial), 31s. 9d.;'<cyanide potassium (pure), 6Os.; albumen, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

AnVOe To MoTucst!-?are you broken in your res by a nick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth f Go at once to a'chemist and get a hottle of MIs. Winslcw's soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sunffrer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pkraiant to taste, it produces natural quietaloep, by relieving the child from pain, and tho littl~ c. erub awakes "as bright s a utton." t!. soothes the child, it softens the'gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarthea, whether arising from teething or other canes. Mrs. Winslow'a.Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at le: 1.d. per: bottle. Mahnifacturedt at 493 Oxford street, London. ?woua· n I FOR TOE Toori AND liE A 'T;ov .:dp FRf- th iqf id: N Fldli" spl ri;ed ozp a ,-otitqot?-brnsh produces a :pleasant Inther,"whioh .thoerughly0;1- saOl Ir the teeth froin, all parasites or imyritlo;:hard?ns.-the gums, provecnts tartar, atops decay gives'i...

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DESPERATE ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

DESPERiATB. ASSAULT. S whigliay sro bbey aknitattempted murde1r a?reorea ocurrences"in' Sdoth Australia. 'The ,Adverutser, however, records, a recent instance ht atnrrowly escaped having a 1 fatal termination?' A' respectable nmechanui `iilfadd Bakerws'onhisway home, w.hen h~i '\.as''iiccosted by ''fellow, whd said he 'i'lliard up, darid intdd relief as lie had been oat of work a long timine'. Bakeia't oncegavc:him :2s, beiig all tlie silier ho ,hi'dl.about him.;,:;The;:fellows thei asked :tb beu:showih :where oMr.: Pile's;;:hduse was, and Baker. said as.he was going there, he would,. show. him; the place. 'When about haltf-way toPile's, tthe.man asked for some mor ,moneýy, when, Baker ,said. he. could ot gie''hij u ay imore,; to'.vhich he replied thathe,would ,have more.eithier. bysmooth or rougl" means Baker. replied that it would?have to be by i"rough means' theni and hisassailant then pulled something out of his pocket, and"struickhii on the hed. A struggle ensued, which lasted ...

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SERIOUS FRAUD UPON THE CITY. OF MELBOURNE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

SELtIOUS TFRAUfD T'PONTHE' CIfTY ' t'OE MEL'BOURNE1 BANKK:; A fraud of very ingenious -natuire, andl `dhcative of mucih skill in the arof.forgery lif ,been &perpetrated upon= thl Oity of ,lilePA i Bank."· Tll ' uilty person, who soeher i my be ;,appears to liave devisedll ii plans witli muich clevlerness, and lhe lihas certainly carried theni out with such skill :s to Frendcr thrn coiipletel3 successful" It ippears that on the 9thl instant a man pre sented, iimself at the counter, of the Cy df elibourniie Baik "ad' sked one of the clerks to oash a cheque fior £160, purport chemist ilie signature itself arouised no' suspicion the autograph libin so cleverly counterfeited that evesari Hood. couiild scarcily;have?listinguislihd it fromn his own.; T he man obtained the money and, departe without any idea oni the 'iart of the bank' officials tlint a frad li had 'en iprpetrated. Someni days ifterwards the same individual opened an account it the"Colonial: Bank df Australasi pay3 i...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 16th. Before the Mayor and Mr. Simpson, J. P [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENOE. - 0 - - -o= rEW POLICE COUR'. i Wednesday, lMay 106th. efore the Mayor and Mr. Simpson, J P Frank Martin v. Thomas Hawkins; goods Id, £3 4s. 9d. Order for amount. Watson v. Wiedemann; miouey'lent l0s. o apeearance. George3?cGarvie v: Jemimia:Burni; wil IlV setting a dog on complainant's child;: endant, who is a spinster,; eas said ito i e set her dog,, on complainant's sons, a-edl earbs,hut as the little boy wiis too young to re eridence, and" was :a moreover, very rhtly hurt, the case was dismissed. i I'slb Hawkins v. Thomas l'rotter ods sold, £10 3s. 06d. Order for amount, d costs. Some v. Samuel Hart; goods sold. 4l' 5Sd. Order for amount and :c6sts::.?I ? Same v. Edgar Glennie ; fraud summons; 7 s.4d. Postponed for 'two:onths The Court then adjourned.: .: `

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BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

(From a Correspondent) The electioene at' this plade caused a des of excitement, some :'people .,arguin that their candidate would go in, and others .dming their opinion that the man of their choice would tbet the others into fits; of coarse words came to blows, and thouhl in some few cases fights occurred, yet taking thini?s into consideration the day passed off with fewer than might have been expected. I had the fortune, or rather misfortuine,to witness one, for I nearly left one of my boots in the mad, and it was with :some trouble I managed to getsafely to tthe hotel. 'The firht was one in which a little science, as it is styled, prevailed against strength the stronger P an of the two had b;een r.ihto his opeinion of the candidates in terd)s anclltli' but polite, and managed to excite the ire of the little one, and the consequence was tl? fi ht. When facing one anotherjit seemed doubtful if the little fellow had any chance, but when the giant rushed at hinm, he so deftly struck ...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 19th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

GAJIDINER POLICE GCOUITR. Saturday, May 19th; fore Messrs. R. G. Benson; Hunter Iin, Thos. Watts anid W. C. Watts, J.P Constable Eagleson, sI etr of . ale son, i-as":Inspector:,'of aCes, summoned John Anfictell for - to cover manure -according tdo the iteons of the Shire. -Fined 1lOs.: . . m,. Smith, Michael Crookeu;'antd erick Willmott were chargfed with Sn control over their drays, and weie fined 5s. gar Giles and Francis Dobbyn were tred with riding on the footpath 2lly able Eagleson, and the Beniic imposed of 20s; on each of the defeidants. i`: Nlos White, for having not light?onhis ele, was fined 2s. Gd.' - : i: astable Waters simmonedifid Thomp ; llohwing a horse to wander -but the "1as dismissed. . "-?, :: :i. man namedd Heard, charged withre ig soil of a nublic road was dsisinised. e Murray, for alloing a hliorse to er, as fined 10s.,; Edward Fairchild, 1isi no control over his horse, was ls.; Richard Rowe, for nllowing a to wander, was fined 5s. ; and J. W. ? P, for allowin...

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HEALTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

HEALTH NOTES" A short tine ago the New Yoik Leader published th, etarte:lent that': iaman in New Hampshire,: who had been uiinablI to peak for five yearse;wnt t o lelp one night with quiid of tobaco iin hL? mouth, "and awoke Ithe nIext inorunig, withli hio voice peifctl): itroeng, omooth, and teady- Old Me a3rvie, who lives down town, iaorely inflicted wih an impedimnet in his speech, eand often said he would give a undhed dollars if he could only -t-twa twak if-ff faet.t to t-"teoll a 'gng-gng-grocer- what'he: w-w wnats bub bub-before he gug.gug gets it onmmonesured out. :He takes the Leader, and has taken it for, twenty three yeare, and lhe firmly believed everything he read in it. He thought that probably, this quid of tobacco, treatment might help ilis, voice a little, and he resolved to give it a trial anyhow. SThe first trouble wee, that he didn't chew, and Mrs. Jarvis would never allow a bit of: tobacco about the house. .But he begged a big:' chw": of a navvy, and when he wen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

TaBOAT AFeYno se aND HoAESENEs.--AII Buffer. ing frmm irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate : relief afforded by the use of "Brown'a Bronchial STrhbe:' These famous "lozenges" are now sold by m: i t reepectable chemists in this country at lI id.- per box. People troubled with a "hacking 'cough," a "alight cold:' or bronehial affections, can not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in eerioun Pulmonary anod Asthmatic " affections. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial ?' Tr1ohes" are on the Government Stamp around each ?i.bdx.-= anuftactured by John I. Browo & onse, ' Boeimb , United States. Depot, 493 Oxford-street, $)Jd woo Medical. Large 8vo.,; pp. 724, cloth, 8s.,i poet free; or in half morpeco,l10s. 6d. fHOM?EOPATHfC DOMESTIC PHYSi'GiM. By Dre. PULTE and EPPS. Revised, with important additions, and many new S , 'remedies by WASHINGTON EPPS, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Physician to the London ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

Auctions. :: II P.'OR.T A N T - SA-LE Of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Horses, Store Cattle, Milking Cows, Pigs, Ac. M R. W. H. BRADLEY has received instrmc tions from Mr. J. C. Ham to SELL by AUCTION on Friday, May 25th instant, at Eleven o'clock a.m. sharp, at the Sale Yards, Brandy Creek, without reserve, '.:Ce 60 Head of Store Cattle and Milkiag Cows," Comprising about 30 head store cows, 20 store bullocks, 10 cows with calves at foot and springers, 1.pure hereford bull, Team: of 10 working bullocks, with waggon and gear'complete, Spring cart and two sets of harness, " . 3 saddles and bridlke, and 3 pack saddles complete 80 pigs, including 20 sows in. pig to a pure ?-*" --Berkshire hog;,'......-.-'..- ,:: , · A quantity of prime dairy-fed bacon. S , Terms at Sale. , 52ym THlURSDAY, '31st 11bMAYj' = . ;AtTwelve o'clock, . .GEIBROOK: county of MORNINGTON. C J. and T. HAM have received instructions'to a Sell by. PublicAuction, 'atCtheir rooms, 45 Swanston street, on Thursday, 31stin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

SCALE OP CHARGES FOlR ADVtEBTISIjGO, *rTr %Vords. for One Insertion ... .. Is Twrlivt to Thirty Words, do ... .. 2 Thirty to Forty Words, do ... 3: Atove Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only.'. -"" . I A large Discu"r upon i alt Advertisenients appearing for Three Months. Adv?tihements mout bpecify on the face of them the numlber of insmrtionn, or they.will be continued and charged fot till counterlmaided, All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be se nt in on the day prinr to publication. DIRECTORY. SI R E ý T :01T.: Solicitors- MIl.LI.R THOMAS. 64 Little Collins street east. Mlelbourne: arid Toonah Cottage, Wat tietrcproad, Gardiner. - Butchers- PINNIGEI. JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Miscellaneous- . ' J. OIloT. Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Cari dipen street, ippouite Argvle square, Carltbn fomrerly'of 19 Argyle place; Lygon street. Grazing Paddockis-- : " ':'' PINNET'S GitAZING PAD akoenlhain. -Addreoa: 13 York 'treet, ...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

SPOLITIAL The following is.tlhn i7postion of the New a Ministry ;, }iessrs Grahlam Berry .:Premier and Trensurer; Peter. 1alor, Commissioner of Cistoms Le Poer Trench, Attorniey-Gen bral; Janes 0M' Grant, Minister of'Justice; 1V. C0 "Smith, Minister of MiMines ansd Mii ister of Ediucatomn J. B. Patterson, Public SWrk i Jol;n Woo ds ComiiiSsdioner of Riil ?J erways and Reads anl Franicis Longmorb; Coninussioner of lands. '. The poll for thle WViimmera election was t toriily iledared on 'Saturdiy "lst to be inh fiiiour of Mesrs Clairk hand "M1c '-Baii, thie latiter betin Mr`. O'Cnillahala by oidneiote. rY'O'Callaaha will, it is said aplipeal' to Piirliaiiieit to haveiiii elf given the sccondl iseait, ias tlihe Driiug" Drunng polling' book ivhiclh' ave'Mr'Maic'Bin-ctie mnajority was 1 not' signed by the retrurnin officer, nor tlhe 'pihrcel'of votidm papers sealedI ' Other peti-'I tions of 'a simil'ar kind are spoken of, amonk s which :we may mention that ofiMr. J. KeIs I :dginst 'theo ...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

7o. The first session of, tho ninthlVictorian Parliament ,was,: opened yesterdy ;at, non t by commission, .the-_ Commissioners-,being. their,IIonours the Ghief.t istice,.Sir?Willihm n Stawell, and M?r. Justice Mlolesworth;: thee proclmnation convening Parliament was rend iu:the,Assembly. by Mlr.: ;Barker, the clerk, and: the, meombers ýtlhen ;.attcndqd.,in thl Legislative Council Chamber; liwher ,e Sir ,William Stuwell--read ;thercoim missionand.. formally opened; Parliament, stating ilhst the official opening c?would-not take.-place till a future . day, fdr :reasrns i whiclih would t then be stated by 'His' Excellcncy the i Governor. bTheiiembers of the Assembly I haing returned to their own ~chiamber were sworn in?:l liy te clerkoli k lnnoaincF d ;the s retirnis tb the,vrits ,an':: took tlih oath ?if o alleriance'before Sir William-Stawell The h resignations 'of' Sir:Janies; IcCulloclifla nd his collen?ues i're'i fcepteil byi te Governob ti on Monday;3 aindaMir. Berry,l Mr.Lon'gmo...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 16th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs. O'Connor and Bennett, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. ° Wednesday, May th: Before Mr.'; Templeton;', P.l., and Messrs. : O'Connor and Bennett;P., .. . JameasLeal wasncharged on remanid ýitd it stealintg a quantity: of tea. lbid: .frbih the premises of Clarke and Co., groders, of: Siiapson's road.-Mark..Pope, manager at Miessrs. Clarke: and Co's.'branch store {in Simlison's ;road, :deposed.: :Ati` ab'iute 8.30 a.m. on the 0th of May I had,_occasion !to goi0to the back'yard oftheli.premises,:whvlin 'Imissed a quantity of tea lead; which htid been safe in the.yard:'the night before. i I r know the prisoner. I saw him on the Friday week before I missed the lead. He came into the shop and asked my permission to go and pick over the dust heap.: I ne fuised to let hima do so. I do iiot identify. the tea lead, but I identify a piece of gas pipin, which is along with it as having beer at the place.. The value of what was stolen . isjabojit 24s. or "25 .-John Krutse marine store, dealer,, residing' in Simpson's road,. depo...

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