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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

AWTIIOII0N LITERARY ASSOCIA- f TION. f The annual meeting was held in the Town all, Hawthorn, on Monday evening last: ;re was a fair attendance, and Mr. J. illiams occupied the chair. Mr. Toon read the annual report as flows:-" The committee in presenting t sir annual report for the year 1876, have I enasre in stating that additions have been t ade to the library by the purchase of oks, which have been appreciated by the t bscribers. The expenditure has exceeded e receipts by the sum of £3 15s. 10d.; ere still remains in the hands of the asurer a balance of £8 1]s. 3d. Your mmittee regret that a large number of lames in the library require rebinding; t any volumes of periodicals are also in a?nl, and require binding, but with the ited funds at their disposal the committee ant see their way clear to carry out this -rk without assistance, and would suggest t application he made to the Borough auneil for an annual grant in aid of this ob t, as is the case in all the neighbouringI rourb...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

•jc $outt 33ourk i AND SwEDNEsDAY, JULY. 11, 1877. SOME attention, has9 lately been 'called to our national system of Education, on ac count of .the appoiiitment of Professor Pearson to enquire into its .working. Free Education appears to be: a great :hobby with some persons, and they desire to' ex tend it toi the University; the theory may be correct, but it is perfectly, unnecessary td make the high class education, which is to be obtained at that. institution, free of cost; it might indeed be dangerous'to do so; the University fees form a very insig nificant item of the expenditure of a student, and it would' be folly. to. relieve him or his friends of the expense; nor is it- in accordance with the' principles, on which the Education Act was formed that this high'class education should free. ' The assumption ;was that a certaini amount of primary, education was'. absolutely essenf tial for every child, and there is no reason why the state shduld go beyoid this ,Some persons say t...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Leaves elbourne. Arrives Melbourne. July 10 : July 24, August 7 August 21 September 4 September 18 ''" October 4 October 16: November 1 . November 18. November 29 December 11... December 27

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EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. The cartoon is 'entitled, "The First Stone:" the great Liberal Party, Goliah and the Ararat David. It represents. Mr. Gaunson throwing the first stone at Mr. Berry. The New Game.-He was a fine spe cimen of a burly Irishman, and he loved the national games of his dear old native land, so last Saturday. he armed himself with an axe-handle, and went to play "hurley." Whenhe came home, at night, with a broken shin and a meat pie at the I side of his head, his wife said that the burly Irishman looked like an hurly-burly Irishman. Sporting Notes.-The most appropriate entrance to a cricket ground.-A wicket gate. The best sort of fellow for a foot baller.-A happy goal-lucky fellow. The champion aculler.-One who comes with a Kush. :The best medicine, for rowers. Ipecachuana, because it gives them a good reach. The best. kind of jockey.-A prize fighter, because in a fair contest he is sure to "catch'! the judge's " eye" first. Fire!. For Shame.-Our latest married female c...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

LATER EUROPEA:N EWS. The steamship Kent; which arrived in the Bay, on Saturday last,, brought seven days later English news. the following. extracts are from'the Times: TtE WAR IN THIE EAST. Coristantinople, 17th May.-The reports as to the bombardment and capture of Suik hura Kale, the landing of the Turkish troops there, and on the parts of the Caucasian coast, and the rising of the Circassians in favor of the Turks, are confirmed. These are events of great importance, and must have a powerful effect on the campaign in Asia Minor. The Circassians who join the Turks will at once be armed with good rifles," and it is probable that the insui rection which seems to have- broken out in the Terek district, near the Caspis:a Se?, will' become general throughout Circassia-' Thus, while Russia is endeavouring to bring about'a revolt of the Christian subjects of the Porte, the Turks will have succeeded in enlisting in her .cause the Mahonietan subjects of Russia. The Porte is following up it...

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DANDENONG COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

DAiDENONG COUN1TY COURT. s Tuesday,.July 10. Edney v. Wilkinson ;goods, £0 Os. Od.- Verdict for the amount. R., Higgs v. Smith; a claim for -£17 15s. " -Settled out of Court. c It. Higgs v. Jas. LeadhaLn; a claim for 25 6s. °d., goods. - An adjourned case There had been a set-off, which= was not acknowledged.-Mr. Lowe appeared for de fondant, and put in a receipt for Work ilone a in cutting scrub. As. defendant was not s satisfied, he offered to send a man for a week to complete it. Did not authorize defendant r to employ labor to do so.-The defendant P was sworn, and stated that he objected.to s tile way in which the scrub was cut; but d offered to settle if the ivork was (lone. It A was cut without his authority.-31rs. Lead- f ham deposed that her husband offered to pay for what had been done, and plaintiff t entered into an agreement to that effect.- t Verdict for defendant for £3 9s, and £6 10s a costs. c Reiger v. Foster; a claim for £100 it damages for trespass.-Mr. F. Stephen...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 7th July. (Present: The President (Mr. J. Lecky), Councillors Poole, Lecky, Jun., Howard, Facey, Patterson, and Rossiter. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

CRANBOURNE'SUIRIIE COUNCIL. C 'K Satui'day, 7th July. Prcseeit :" The President (Mr. .. Lecky), Conuicillors 'Poole, Leckyi:jun., Howard, Facey, Patterson, and Rossiter. : p The report of the Finance Committee, C recommending payments amounting to L£85 18s. was adopted. The minutes of previous meeting were read, and a tedioits discuission. ensiied as" to their correctness, on a point raised by Coun- r cillor Poole as to part of the minutes refer- 1, ring to the appointnent of the Shire Engi- 1 neer at a reduced salary. The President olbjected Ito being attacked by Councillor Poole, and, threatened to leave the chair,- if le was not supporited by thei members of the Council.-Several Councillors pointed out that the onlyquestion was as to the correct ness of the minutes. It was urged that the resolution proposed had not been put to the meeting, whilst other Councillors urged that it had been, and that; they had voted for: it. Councillor Poole moved that the resolutioni be struck out o...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 4th. Before the Mayor, Mr. Sayce, and Dr. Molloy. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

HIAWTFIORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 4th. Before the Mayor, Mr. Sayce, and Dr. .Molldy. William Henry Schoies, licensee of the Red Lion Hotel, Lower Hnawthorn, was suminoned for Sunday trading.-Constable Causey deposed that he found a woman gping into the house with a jag of beer" at half past 'seven on Sunday, evening, the 1st instant; lie asked her what she had; she said she only had Gd. iortlh, and she had seen a woman come out just before with a whole .jugfil. --Constable Brennan gave corroborative evidence.-The woman, in question, Mrs. J. Nicholson, being called '.is a witness, said 'she bought the beer on Saturday night, and took it back to get it changed; as it had gone sour, but they would not take it'li ck.LDefelidant said he knei'nothing?'iibot the case whatever, and the summons was then' dismissed. Michael I oare, licensee of the Governor Hothiam 'otel :was summoned on a similar charge. Mr. Taylor appearedTfor the defen dant.- John Bryce, a necessary- witness. was' call...

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. J. L. PURVES, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

COMPLIMEN'TARY BANQUET TO :MR. J. L. PURVES, I.L.A. The complimentary banquet to Mr Purves, which caume off in the Shire Hll Cranbourne, on Thursday evenin laN: was the most genuine annd hearty exIressioa of opinion, judging from the attendance, of all the banquets and dinners that hare recently taken place. The County ta represented fromt end to end, ard all local bodies had representives present. About seventy sat down to a feast that would have don9 credit to the best hotel in Melbourne, placed on the table by Mrs. llarr of the AMornington Hotel, and which va; most creditable to her. A table the fuil length of the hall, was at once occupied, and it became necessary to provide fitrther accommodation with side tables. dIr. Charles Rossiter, J.P., occupied the chair, with the guest of the evening in the place of honor, the Hion. D. Gillies on hI left, the I0on. Mr. Itamlsay also heino present. Mr. Thomas Attentloroagh, J.p President of the Shire Council of Dan denong, occupied the v...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 6th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

I?ERWICK P.OLICE COURT. Friday, (itl July., Before Messrs Ir. Olicer, Jas. Wilson, and Dr. Elmes, J.P. Geo. Brown av. C. Creamer; :goodls, £3 7s. :lld.,". Mr. Lowe appeared for plain tiff.-Order for amount and costs. : Prior v. Davis; a clainl for £2, for work and labor.-Dismissed. Jno. Creon v. Michael Baker; goods, £G6 s. 5id. Mr.'Lowe for plaintiff. Verdict for amount and 2s. Gd. costs. Geo. Brown v. David Brown ; a claim for £2 5s. Gd. for newspapers supplied. As the sumnmons, had not been. served extension of time was granted. BvRnorGARY.-Thire young, men named Alex. Dell, Henry Scott, and Patrick Conolly, were brought up on a charge of having forcibly entered the preinises of J. Crean, grocer and dealer, and taken a till .containing money, to the value of about £3 MIr. 1'. Miller appeared for the aecuised, and stated that 1Mr. Crean did not wish to press the charge, and was willing to withdraw the complaint. The youn'g men admitted having whilst intoxicated committed the offen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

TiE SEVEoEST PUno8nmEwrr ought to be.visited upon rogues whoi mate or import counterfeits arid imitations of popular medicinal beverages, or lible an article of genuine merit while vaunting the merits of their own fiery, unmedicated.drams.. This has been andis still done in iegard to an article of eterling merit, viz., UnoLnU o Vo N s's BScranix Aao: ~UT'tI Sdciurnrs . It is well to put thes piblic on its guard:' . Valuable Discovery for the.Hair.-Ifiy our hair is turning grey or white. or falling off, use ,' The lIexi can Hair ,tenewer,'. for it willposrtie(i yly eatore in every case greyor wslite hair to its ongilal colour without leaving the dissagreeable smuell of mnobst" Re btorer." . It makes the hair'charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair ui' Ibald spots, where the -gland. are not decayed. Ask )our Chemist for ' The ¢lexican Hair tRenewer," prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford-street, Loidon, an sold by Chemists and Perfumeru everywhere at 3s. Gd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

SCALE OF CHARGES FOI ADVERTISING. Toenri lo(rdc. for One Insertion ..: ... 1I Iwenty to Thirty Words, do ... ... 2s Thirty to Forty Words, do ... ... So ,abore Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. ?rge Dtsco.rr upon all Advertisements appearing for Three Months. AdveetiemenLts must specify on the face of them the number of inssrtions, or they will be continued and charged for till countermaonded. All orders foro ithdrawal or alteration to be sent' in on the day prior to publication. ldverlisementcs can only be discon- .I tilued Ity written orders. DIRECTORY. olicitors MILLER. THOMAS. 64 Litt.e Collins street rset, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletrce road, Gardiner. etchers I'lNNIGEtI. JOHN, General Family Botcher onwena Parade, Richmond. 'isce]laneons J. BOLT. Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car dipan otr et, opposite Argyle equare, Carlton fiormerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. C urveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Autlhorised Surveyor nader Transfer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

Auctions. CLYDE, FRIDAY, JULY 13TH, 1877. CLEARING SALE. EGAN &, CLARKE H AVE been favored with instructions from Mr. I John Currie (who is leaving the district) to I SELL by AUCTION, without resolve, on the above J date, at the Farm, Clyde, one and a-half miles from Cranbonrne, 20 Cows, in full milk. 10 Cows, springing. 20 Dry Cows. 25 Yearlings. 1 Well bred Bull. Stack of Hay, a quantity of Rye Grass, And Household Furniture, consisting of Tables, Chairs, Couch, Sofas, Drawers, Bedsteads, Sowing Machine, and a lot of sundries. I lyl THURSDAY, JULY 26. BRANDY CREEK. Important Sale of Freehold Property, Town Allotments. Stock, Farming Implements, Hotel, Butcher's Shop, Saddler'e shop, Bootmaker'se Shop, Store, Horses, Fat and Daily Cattle, Sheep, Pigs,;Poultry, onusehold Forniture, &c. EGAN & CLARKE "H AVE received instructions from Mr. Richard ll Higgs.Brandy Creek, to SELL by AUCTI' N. on the above date, on the premises, the following lots, viE. : Lot I.-Bl...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. " th , --- . , -.r A deputation consisting of the Mayor of Hawthorn (Councillor Cloverdon).and Councillor Knipe waited Jo on the Minister of Justice on Wednesday, July4tb, old to represent to him the inadequay bof tie court ac commodilion at Hawthorn for the; r?q'iiremente of hM s the place, and to ask the Government, as the local ch SCouncil was about-to. make ome .improveents in Ml the building used by them in-conjunction with tih sie" Government for municipal and general purposes, to an join in the work so that it might be coinpletely: and satisfactorily done. Mr. Grant in reply. asked the deputation to send in plans and specifications of the P proposed work, and to make a more definite request, ac and he would then take the matter into considera- H tion,'and, if possible, give ifav'irable rdply. b'" hi The 'ordinary foriightl icetieing of itiheCran- * bourne Young Men's Mutiual Imptrovment Society was held in the lemperance .Hall on Saturday even- t ing last,...

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THE YARRA YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

THIE YAS.A TARLA. The sun is rising over Prospect Hill, And tinogig Plenty Ranges erimson gold, : -The Yarra Yarra winds her course at will, tier dark deep waters make our blood run cold, Like death she comes, as silent; and as sure; Like death, she takes the living from our sight; Like death, at last, her victims she'll restore, The bad, the good, according to their light. How many seek within her bosoen rest ! Oh, weary must tlio heart be there to sleep; They often choose thevery place as best Whero 'tis mostdlismal, muddy, dark, and deep. And yet, her banks are ne'er without their green. In rich lisuriance grows the mighty gum, Sweet earsaporilla and the wattle's seen, Their grateful blossom brings the bee's sweet hum. Along the stiream jee view the wide expanse, The woodland slopes, the grassy knolls that rise, The graceful kangaroo, with eyes askance, For ever fearful of the least surprise. Here maiden-hair ferns grow, and 3ayflowers bloom, And blue-bells and sweet cherry.pie d...

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A CHEQUE SWINDLER IN RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

A UtLEQUEi SWINDLER IN RICHMOND: '? From what hni tiken place at Intervals it would ecem as if tradesmen and people in busines will not learn, but continue to allow themselves to be imposed: upon by sharp fellows who choose to obtain themeans of living by any ineans.but the very common-place ooe of.."the sweat ofr their brow." Almost daily'` instances are recorded in thuepnblic prints' of the doinge-the successful doiegE-ot men and women of thia sort, but it does not snorm enflcient. Richmond had a visit on Monday last from a gentleman of this stamp. He visited all our furniture dealers and priced theirgoods. Told , the story of his life," or at least a fcaeable portion, to the effect that he had - junt come from " the country" and was about to take a house, or had taken one, and of course depired to furnish it. tie also visited the various house agents to seck a suitable residence. Hlo having learned that hM Britten had a house to let, was, from his plausible story, taken by Mr Cro...

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TRAVELLING SHEEP. To the Editor of the South Bourke end Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

TRAVELLIG. SJIEEP. To thiEul for or thle So leirke cuii A orerio, cT Jirnaol. Sir,-Through your loeal andi valuable paper, I humbly beg you to uinform o if there is no redress for us somll landowners against t'iose travellig sheep, which are constantly wandeoeg aeross our grounds, (though they oare sociurely forel inwith posis ai 'roi!s), anid eCat up all our grass. Many of my neigbbours are complaoinig oiout tho same grievance, Yours, &e, . StlBSCRIBER. [Teavel'ong sheep must, wo believe, by law be'received on a runoif theyI harv come a distance of not less than esrmiles.- n.]

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

- - . MISCELLANEOUS. It is somewhat singular (remsarks the South Australian Recister) that two colonial steamers of the same. name should have met?: with similar accidents within a week or two : of each other.. The Lubrd, bf the Victorio"i i trade, has hardly been released from he.r: awkward position on the reef at Warronam hool than the' Libra, of South Australia, also conies to grief. The latter sailed on Tuesday, July 3rd, from Port Adelaide to' Port Lincoln ard Tumby* Bay. On the 6th news was received by the Port agents of the vessel that she was- seen in close proximity to Point Bolingbroke; a promontory jutting. out between her two ports of destination, and about equi-distant between each of them. Later on a message 'was received from Cap;' thin Poynter, -stating that in thick hazy''. weather the vessel had stranded: A hole: hiad: been knocked in the bottom; of .the main hold, but the vessel, being constructed with watertight compartments, the water at the: tirte of the despat...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

PARLIAMENTARlY INTELLIGENCE On. Tuesday in the Assembly the Speaker nilohnced thath he lad received a resignaition i: fromh Mr. Blackhdm,. who was elected for,, Ssnldhilist:.- r. Berry said in ieply :to Mr.? McIntyre that the Government did n'ot see any necessity for appointing a select com-?.. nmitteo.to make a revision of the tariff. - -Mr. Woods introduced the .Railway Constriction;'h : Bill; and it was read a first time.- MiE:r.:r Berry mioved that the election petitiois he referred to the Elections Committee.-- Mr.}, .': Gauinson moved °tht the,petition against': ."; the return of Mr. Blackham for Sandhursti be _omitted;. He conteided that ;the: House should not declare the next hihoest candidate duly elected. but should direct a :. fresh election.-Sir:John O'Shanassy was of opinion that the proper course was to refer this case to the Elections Committee.L-Mr. Casey laid down the law of the case, ac cording to his view, and stated that in his:. opinion Blackham was' duly electe...

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

cbt?:- : 4 iutti lxark WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1877. Tal Berry Mlinistry hIsbeienbut a short time in office; but , already iit has ýIdis tin guished itself more than; once by ,the per petration:of jobs or.the commission of blunders. We need not now refer. to the appointment of Professor Pearson as a second Minister of . Eddcation wiithout that responsibility which; Parliamentary government is supposed to secure for it is' well-khown' that the billet was created for a partisan who had been unsuccessful at the general election;,and the appoint.' ment is condemned by every. right-think. ing.person in the community; nor do, we desire at present to direct particular atten`= tion to :the ;-appoiniment of Lieutenant Tandy on board' the Cerberus, and the consequent resignation of Captain Panter, although it would appear that Ministerial. patronage has bee?xie'ercised in this case in favor of a protege wio isdeclared by. the late commanding officeriio :be both incompetent: and inshubordinate ;. ...

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