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CRICKETING JOTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

*· a ;^ RICKETING 'JOTSOT The Grantvillle Crickcctý'Club ~:met~,the Kilcunda Club on their groind bon!Siturday, .the resulVtof thle game beiig the 'lefeat of *the saivdust men in almost" one-iniiings; a's the men of cohl succeeded- in -putting togetherthe'respectable number of107 runs in their first innings; while the Grantville men only got 44 and' 60, leaving the former only 4'riins to.get to win, which tlheysuc ceeded ini doing' without,.the'loss of a wic ket:',:The weather was pleasant, and every body-,enjoyed.i themselves oto their. heart's content. " . The .Council of. the -.Vest Bourke Agri cultural Society', his issued a circular to each of, the agricultural societies ithroughout the Colony, drawing-. ;attention .to ,the., vote recently mande by Parliament tow'ards car ryingout tle expcrimental.farm at Dookie, viz,,120Op peri annum, and 'also 'the. "reat alteration inthe 1i t.reporto ' fthe ecretary fo Agricilture to that presented bylim in 1ugus last, and wlici, recoive .ii...

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WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

S IWHISKEY CREEK. It (From a Core spondent.) ? llhe ;rods` have been :ant?d re.still imn proving as the.fine weather sets in, carriage of goods in conseqiuence bein? 'loirred. Speaking'f tlio side roads, a fact tha't has ofteii icome uinder m niiotice'' is' that the powers that be, who ihase the in?ikiiignof themii, ofteni spoil them' bysivant of a'littib common sense. '.As ain instance 'a fine road ias lately been cut from the Whiskey CrOek track to Lardner's track, but what,,is tlhe conseqience ? thirougli niot putting a bridge over two creeks, antd cordlroyming about twents yards of swamnlip this rodtl, is n bt used, the carriers going a long ay out-of their road w?en otherwise they could save both time and trouble ;the cost would have been trifling, as good corduroy would have done -.Great flss was made some.. time back about forming a Shire, but it seems to have died oat with the exceptioni tiha' there is ome,,talk about\ forming a Shire soitlh o" the line; As to politics, they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

TnHOAT Ar.ernone A?ND HOAm?EN?..-All suffer. ing fromm irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief .afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemista in this country at ls lid. per box. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "alight cold," or bronchial affections, can not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial Trochea" are on the Government Stamp around each box.-Manufactured by John I. Brown & Sons, Boston United Stales, Depot, 493 Oxford-atreet, LIoudon. Who .:Cuts Your Hair ? T.. KEN NE DY, 58 'Siziipson's Roasd,"North' Ricinhmond Where cleanlinessa'hid altcntion arn o b,'ad,. : RETAIL TOP ;CONIST. wa ram8,, THE G ..V. 3. BROOKE AMATEUR * DRAMATIC CLUB. ' Preaident; Dr. L. L. Smith; iVice-P:rsidotit; G.'R Johnson, Eaq.; Treasurer, IM...

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DEPARTED THIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

DEPARTED THIS LIFE. .. Go to Detchingley for the .Christmas! away fiem my happy London home-away in thiedistant niorth. I do not suppose I loloed pleased at this proposal of my father's, which he announced to me at the break fast table one November morning. " I am afraid it will be rather dull'for you, dear,' remarked my mother, softly; "but you will have Aunt. Dorothy. You remember. Aunt. Dorothy, Edie?" " I remembered a lady with a very sweet face giving me a large blue-eyed doll, a long, long time :ago.- 1I had the doll still, in a wonderful state of preservation ; and the recollection of the giver was vivid and plea eant. I saw my mother was comforted by the smile that broke over my face as I replied to her.: Aunt "Dorothy was her favourite sister. A day or two :afterwards I had said good-bye to the dear old homo circle, and was travelling rapidly northwards, 'through the falling leaves and thefading flowere of the dying year. It was almost night when my long journey ended, and ...

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A SOLILOQUY [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

.r i -..· . . A Sofi .oL ur (or JERRY Bnaanu ).- What shall I do?: What shall I do? Here is the Age proposing to!'piteh'me' overbori ; Service and Caasy playing their own little games and never letting me obtain a glimpse of their hands; and Duffy working under gro?ndlike the sleek and stealthy mole he is. I tlihghtl was the leaderof the Opposition, and I find I anion unvalued cypher, a nobody, apolitical nonentity. All the men on my side of the Bouse are working each fli. himself, and treating me with sovereign indifference. What is to become of me? Shall I tirn'ifree-trader? I am afraid they would have nothing to do with me. Then again, there are these irreconcileable difflerences between the two leagues. The protectionist organisation is nowhere. The re. formere give it the cold shoulder. When we offered to make up a half-and-half Council the Reform League laughed in our faces, and peremptorily refuEed to 'have anything to do with us. There's a pretty kettle of fish I They say th...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, January 18. Present:—The Presiden (Mr. Jorden) and all the councillors. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

,MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES, -0- ° OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thlursday, January 18. Present :-The President (MIr. Jordan) and all the councillors. a), The minutes of the previous meeting were readkand confirmed, and outward corres. pondeiico approved. COnIRIESPONDEINCIt. From Education Department, offerin. £10 for. the service of collectin,, certain information regarding the attendance of children in the district at State Schools. The Cbllector agreed to accept the work at the stated price. 'fArPori t frnim the Shire Engineer, relatirv to the damage done to the main road by cartage of the railway material wras read, and..the Secretary stated that lhe ihad fur. warded a copy to the Chief Secretary. lie report estimated the damage as equivalent to j£300.--The Secretary was thdirected to request Mr. Crews to endeavour to obtain the amount of compensation. From the Boroondara Shire Council, re. lative.,to the desirability of opening the Boundary road for tratlic.--The President and Councill...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

I;MhSSs'.'A: 0TiSnTTFLE' :&Co'sJ' 'liPPOlRT i' 1)uAiByt tTVi.! E-Ont y'ids werui well, nzppl)ed with milch,co.ws on 'thlrsdiyla-t, and gioid nrniher uerBqui, vd it a: iliglh;iplva!ilc, odhlowlr ates i-Frit qqmllit; muiiYite:s, fsrim ily .12 c: cnd qua ity,.£L to £ 10s. ,. .. ' B?onef' CATrLEr/ -A' iaro' nu tnier' wro" riight forward, lut 4is i o ins, ql"ice Itf hll( i ýi' i'!6fo:' tle s,:son ?yre iiflniiilti',to; dispols ofai owrneir,'yllnei Wequote .yu.tlings, mixeds t'ix 8, £I to £1.10 iOtwo yairdo. ,£j. £3 lo s.dry cowk, £2.l to 1I0' ''FAT.ALv'We hid a' f air uy'opli 'fido last; the besit q tllt' realiaii rft'ig £2 -, i.- Sii- t?cl ,IPIGS:;? X fill illaretilCs t: IFidoj':i B icout.ind p lkera being elU nprclented. Pricelihow; declite i' fi r rat . . .. .. .. SirtE; P.i'iC ,- o': E'.'i lci nil e.iand, butt salible ne6 of Our Buys" uaniedDwyer has been sentcncei to six nmontls' imprisonment for hliain tliaib tenel th olife.of liiis.iitlier. :,Au ';entcrprisiini g. Bllarat B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

S 'Tenders\, - I SHIREOP ANDDENONG. 's/ TrENDERS will be received at the Officep, Diode. .. nong, up to Two o'clock p.m., on 27th January, 1877, for the undermentioned works: 1000 yards Bluestone, Main road. - 400 ,, Gravel, Lower Brighton road. 160 Gravel, Cheli2; "iL. 60 , Gravel, NorthBoundary road. Works on Deal's road. Works, Seamer's road. Works, Mornington road. Reflooring Stranger's Bridge. Plans ana) Spcifincions .pay be.e enoatiDnnbar't? Hotel, Din'denong, or on applicatiionto the Engineer, on and after the 20th day of January, 1877.- ,') The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. ----·. - By order? rI'Co-enaoiltre -~ * JOHN KEYS, Secretary. SHIRE OF OAKLEIGH. TENDERS will, be received p till 6 p.m., on . ''Thnrsday, Febirail22iidA'for "--About cubcelyari-s of Bujestone Metal for maintenance of/?fain-Daidenong-road, 150 yards,to-be delivered between the Eastern bond a&Tyof-the;shire and' e thtwelfth nuile ,?p;;ind 109ya:,d f between ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

nALE O, c^liARtis vFO6 Ao?iCiIrTiN7i ?.' twenty Words, for One Insertion .--. Twenty to Thirty Woids; do ' .:" ... ; .;.. 2s Thirty to For?y orde, do,: ,., . ..; i 3s above Forty Worde. at the rate of Is per il?ch,'if , for One Inrertion only. A large DisoonT upon all Advertiseiments appearing for Three Months.' ; u: ' v Advettirements muat specify on thloffce of them the. iumrber of. insrtions, or thpy wsill, be coitinued and charged finl till countennanded. 'All order' for withdrawal or alteration to be sent io on 'he day prior topublication., ; . ,, DIRECTOR Solicitors- . MILLER. THOMAS,' 64 Little Collinse sti'e east, Melbourne; and Tooiah Cottage" Wit= tletree road, Gardiner. . :t . "I Butchers--: ' PINNIGEII, JOHN, General Family; But.cher, Rowena Parade, Richmond.. piscellaneous--,..: i . . - J. HOLT, Water Filter Manu facturer, I17a Car; diganstreet oppositeArgyle oquare Carlion; formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks- PINNET'SGRAZING PADDOCKPakenhiaom -...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. -O- (Our coluns aro'opee for. the diocussioo of all guestion rowhich are not of a sectarian ctoraeter. We w?ish it '? ? dislinctly, ,;derstoSd, however, that cee do not identify ourselves woith the opiniotns erpressed by oar-correspondents.- All communications- for? in serlion mnst be addressed to the Editor, and contain Sthe nameiand addrass of tht writer, as aguarantee of good faith.

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JANEY 24, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

S :: v 5ot attt WEDNESDAY, JANY 24, 1877. IT is'to be'hoped tiat angst the qutes tions which are likely tofome subjects of agitation during t approaching political campaign, somelention will be bestowýid upon theh sut ,.of postal reform. Almost every stry that has been'i existence since tlinauguration' of responsible Governm has dallied witlh te- qi~istion' buit t ihasi been'a want of thoroughness in lir,manner of dealing with it, the resuof whichi is that-but little.has. been acplished, and very. much still remains be done in order to place our postal'spm in accord withlite advanced civilizajibf -t'heage in;hiliilei v i w andiidbitrofi the : rit' gress made by'other count. The half hearted and timorous fasin in which our politicians have dealt h the ques tion was shown" by 'the'r ition of the inland postage'to a'halfpei instead of boldlyabolishing it altoger, as other, countriesliave done. The; is, that' the matter seems to have been arded from purely-arevenue point o iivj-hwnereas...

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THE PUBLICANS AND SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

It would le intcresting to Iknow how much 10n0y 'i s as red Isedb the por ui'tn who was "robbed bof his Ibeer"on Siuidity I last by the united action of the publicansof Richmond and other parts of:,the, colony, Jin l"ocking out" altltlieir customiters withl the view of making,tiem cry. put for thcir Sun day beer, and thus hriug abolit an alteration in the law and obtdin ýthe ,legalising of Sunday trading.? It'I is unquestionable' tli'at ill the publicans of Itichioodil, ivif?oiitt ex ception, refrained froos serving ?on Siunday last, not'olily .bechnnuo they eybelieved in. the action taken by 'the trade nas ' whole Lbut because they kne i'that tlh e 'ce of the " viGilance comniiit~i "t. s as upo tie?ii that sonme brollhir p'is we're?'it?ell n them narrowly to sec that thel:'dil not'take' the sixpences which they, refised to take them selves. Any ,t!iirsty. and; weary traveller, unless he had travelled. the alloted ten miles was conlpelledsto, indulge in Yan Ycan or adjourn toa. refi...

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BASS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

,BA SS DSISTRICT. . It is rumored that Mr.' John Cleland: and S..Aminess have offered ;to' contribute oinq hundred pounlds each towards the erection of a jettyv t Settlement Point, on condition that the Western 'Port Steam Packet Corn piny have the carriage of the mails to Bass, Corinella, Queenslerry, and Grantville. The inihabitants who naviled; themselves ofthie invitation of the. owner of the lTyro vessel, enioyed quite a' treat oi las?I Fridriy, on board the above-mentioned crafton-lier maiden trial. About 4, p.mi, a start was was smide up 'thel Bay, the vessel ,beini under "the commnand :of Captain Jauies Sanders, of the Dundee, one of the oldest and most 'experienced, caltains tradingl in Australian i aters. 'ri, trip was a -very enjoyable one, and the vessel quite' camne up to expectations. STiere seemins to be some ill=feeling to?wards the Government in their dealing with the !Mutton-bird: question. No doubt the GCr vernment has adopted the views expressed by that body of o...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

CRANEROURNE SHIRE COU CIL. Saturday, January 20. Preseilt :-The President (Mr. Jhs. Lecky) and Couhcillors Poole, Patterson, Lecky jun., Rossiter, Facey,.Greaves, Crichton and Howard. The minutes of" previous meeting : were read and. confirmed. The report "of the Finance Coimniittee, recdmmeiindingpayments inmounting" to b892 15s. ld., was adopted, and the Council ad jokirned for half-an-hour to, enable t:he Secretary to make the paymeonts. The outward correspondence was iread and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Treasury, forwardingi form for I staitement arid claim for subsidy - lReferred to Secretary. - Froi Clarke and Co., relative to purchas ing debentures.-On the motion of CoFuncil lor Rossiter it was decided to request the writers to keep the Council advised tipoii the matter. From David Naylor, .saying that 'the selectors at Koo-Wee-Rup Swmnmphad ap pointed Mr. Hodgkinson to compile? plans for drainage of the Swamp; hnd requesting the Council to. give its approval to 'tIhe...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

SLOCAL INTELLIGENCE. It is announced in the Go6ernment Garzetfc of Friday that ?Mr. Charles Nelson, of Oakleigh,: has been appointed electoral'registrar: for'the Oakleigh 'division of the South Bourke district and the 'South Province, vice'Mr. J. Barri deceased. Rapid progress is being made.with the first section of the Gippsland Railway, Mr. Leggatt's contract; the rails having been laid to within a very short dis tance of Pakenham. There are two locomotives kept constantly employed, one carrying out ballast,   at an average rate of between four and five hundred yards daily; and the other forwarding material from the Melbourne end. The former, called the "Berwick" is a fine, powerful engine, lately purchased by Mr. Leggat from the Phoenix Foundry Company, and is giving every satisfaction. "'When it is remem bered," writes our Berwick correspondent, "that the   contractor on this section only fairly commenced work in July last, and has had many obstacles to...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

"?- POlICE-- INTELLIGENOE: BERWIC OILE COURTV / ridy 1th `Janiiuary. ,Before Mess?rs Oflicer Buchi?can ilson and1Phge, J:P :'I . ..i:. . "i :i`;'., ;. heis folloa ing persons t?.ere .ummonled for. rates. hy the Shire Coniuned,. oand dialt with as follows: Winl 1ies i 8s s Settled: Geoire Sa ory,;4 loirci? asi notice had not.been served o tn tleendant- Adilam Rltc it~ 'I: Order. for atnount, in deftilt distress.' .. . . Etdwiti GOreves v"'William Welsh tuse and occipaitiion of dollino plice in d litiha, 15s. Order for amount, and 2s, (d. costsi" Jolihn Criin 1"''v. John "Key ';'gods, £.5 (is od.="Order: for amount claimedi t?ith 21s. costs: ' A t :Saniie v. Patrick' M.cGirile3'i: oods,' £11 1Gs:tili:--Order'for hhtinorit, witlhofit"costs!? H' Ien ry'' Sip?jitll' :as ~ualinionet id the Revnenne Inspector (G. W: Robinson)'i for having mniore' liquor 'ii d·rtelling-hluse :to wit,; three chsks of ale, than' requiredtlfor private iuse. Ajbiiined'for'a foirtnig'ht.?. , "'Francis Gregory, o...

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SUDDEN DEATH AT BERWICK. INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MRS. TROUP. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

'SUDDEN DEATH AT BERWICK. INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MRS. TROUP. Dr. Candler held an inquest on the body of Mrs Troup, wife of Mr John Troup, farmer, of Berwick, who died suddenly on Tuesday last.-Dr. Thomas Elmes deposed that he had made a post mortem examination of the body that morning~and found that the aorta, a large blood vessel leading from the heart, was ruptured, and the chest full of blood and the heart being much diseased. Had examinied the stomach of the deceased; but found no trace of poison: -Death had resulted from rupture of an aneurism of the aorta. Deceased might have lived a few moments longer, but death was imminent at any moment.--Amelia Troup, daughter of the deceased woman, deposed that on Tues- day afternoon her mother was, out in the verandah stirring herself a cup of cocoa, when she suddenly threw up her arms and fell backward dead. She called her father, who came up immediately and carried her mother into the house. Her mother had   previously com...

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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, Jan. 20. Present:—The President (Mr. Laidlaw) and Councillors Hoare, Smedley, Williamson. and Hummell. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, Jan. 20. Present :—The President (Mr. Laidlaw) and Councillors Hoare, Smedley, William- son, and Hummell. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and outward correspon- dence was read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Alliance Assurance Company, forwarding guarantee policy for Treasurer. —To be lodged in the bank. From Lands Department, saying that Crown grant of land on which Shire Hall was erected was being prepared, and re- questing payment of £2 fees for same. From same, saying that the Crown grant   was about to be sent for the Governor's sig-   nature, after which it would be forwarded to the Titles Office for registration.—The amount to be paid, on the motion of Coun- cillor Williamson, seconded by Councillor Hummell.   From Government Statist, acknowledging receipt of statistics.—Received. From Sheriff's Office, Melbourne, re- questing ratepayers roll, with amount at which each person...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday-10th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 January 1877

RICHMOND' POLICE COURT Wednesday-10th January. i, John :McGorlick:was charged with neing drunk .a:nd: disorderly. Fined 10s., or fbrt,-eight hours imprisonment. 'ydie Mayy "was charged by Constable '.Carnoie .,with. wilfully- trespassing upon the:premises of 'Mrs? Rawlings, but at the reiqiestof the 'latter was discharged upon .Fromis innot to repeat the offence. .:lChristopher O'Corinell was charged by :Constable .Gbrey with having no visible lawful meansl 'of' sipport.` Thedconstable stated that the 'defendant would not work, anid,tht lih?e was an idle vagabond and a nuisanceo to the district. Sergeants Bailey ;afidO'Flaherty gave similar testimony, and stated that they had repeatedly cautioned himi'ilabout ',the idle. .igabond life :he was leading, land advised him to, go to work, they had, also been asked by his father to arrest him. ; The defendant's father having b'ee'" alld, ddeniieda the .latter statemeint iltihoulihthe police declared that the state ment could easily be pro...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

To tl Editor of lthe South Bourke and orntinglons Journal. Dear Sir,-In yonr isss o flst nweek, Presbyterian stated that Churchgoer "saw with a sigh,."i didnot know that peoplo did sea with: a sigh. his small coin pass deep down into the Treasurer's pocket, and left lamenting that hi?~ame and liberalhty .would e alike unknown,' woas not aware that the ,name and liberality of the giver in the. church was made known. What must be a form peculiar, to the Pres byterian Church Berwick,c Churchgoer did not, say. "It was the practice in the church where he is a goer" to tell off twoof the.committee to.count the collection, but does not say it is done in every church Church= goer attended,' odcept in .Berwick. i?The people hi lBerwick may becery honest, hut,ttho people arenot 'the?oTrntrer, o ith all their lsdtiestj'do they 'riist their banker withoutcountitingtheir money. Perhaps Ith? sinactimonious': looking individual: they: call Treasurer :has-: i mor 'honesty toiboast of than other Tre...

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