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EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877
EASTERN MARKET. Jul? 2S':-Vegetables : drtichehes, gtran.l per lb ; beet, 6d to 81 per dozen:; boCPaeSt, lOs do; cabbages, Gd, to Is do; emulhi.es. '32 Gd do; e:rrots, Ga to Sd per dcz buna cs; Is."to ss Gd- per dozna sticks: cress, 5waste,0 dc? 'bunches; garlic, 2d to Id per b; Loe.. 2s to 5s per doz sticks; lettuces, Gd t Sd to; mitrjoram, 6d to per dozen hunches; n!in:,to0. do; oniions;dried, 10s. o' 13s ecr e?t; do., id.' to-Sd bunches; parsley, Gd to 91 do; 0 (3d to lado ; potatoes, Is to 4. Gid pr cat; p 3i to 13. :lpr dozen; radishes, 4ld to G: f hunches; e'ago, Gd to Sd do; shallots, 3d too3U apinaclt, 2d per b; :hboae, (d o5ld perdoz tu'iii,a ~63. to 8d. per dozen uocluhs. Ali?sods, 2d per I,. ; app:cs, dc:c.t 10 In buSlitl;' do., a?ekilg, as to l('s do,: Is to ls per' dozen; oranges, -s t' 09 F: use; pare, 23d to Si3d per lb. Dairy r Ba.cou Sd to 10,d per 160; buttero, to Is 6is c.cede, ... toS10 Ot Co.; duelks, 5? . to , I, ejgg, s. 3dsd tos i Gd per dot; geese, 5s to 00 ...
BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 30th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877
BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 30th July. &nbsp; Present : The President (Mr. Laidlaw) Coun- cillors Williamson, Hoare, Finger, Hol- loway, Smedley, and Delany. Minutes of two former meetings were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Australian Alliance Assurance Company, forwarding the guarantee policy of the Rate Collector.—Received. From Nunawading Shire Council inviting the co-operation of the Council on the matter of railway extension.—The Secretary to reply, stating the communication was re- ceived too late to attend the meeting. From proprietors of a new book to be published, entitled the Victorian Men of the Time, soliciting contributions to new paper, &c.—Received. &nbsp; From the Treasury, stating that it is not the intention of the Government to claim the percentage fees on licenses as previously demanded.—Received. From Heidelberg Shire Council, in refe- rence to repairs required to be made to the Heidelberg bridge, the cost of which is to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877
Etlection Notices. SHIRE OF BULLEEN.' .Annual Election -Tcmpleslowe Riding. - ?j OTCE in hee:hy.given" that: r. John Delany '. nas been duly nominated-as Cindidate for the office of Councillor for. the Templostowe 'Riding of the Shiro of Bullecn;?. As the number of Candidates does not' exceed the number of Conncillers to be elected, I hereby declare the eaidJohn Delany du?y elected a Gouncillor for the Templestowe Riding of the above Shire. A ROERT LAIDLAW. Returning Officer. Shire. Office, Templestowco, July 30th, 1577. ' SHIRE OF. BULLEEN. Annual Election.-Doncaster Riding. 0TOTICE is hereby given that the following Candidates hato been duly nominated for - the office of Councillor' for the Doncasto:' Riding of .this Shire, viz., Kent, James; Petty, Tom. As the number of Candidates exceeds the number of Coun. cilltrs to be elected, a poll for the Election of one SCo?ncillcr will be taken' before mo at the Doncaster .Hotel, on Thursday. 9:h day of August next. com. n encintg at'Nin...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE., -0- Nominations of councillors have been made. for the Lillydole Shire Council as follows:-Mesers. Thomas M'Intyre and Willianm Towt for the North western riding, Messrs. Alfred Maseioa and Edward Hunter fJr the.Eastern riding, and W. Bobt. Blair, the present member,:for the South-wuotern riding. W. hobert Martin has been elected local auditor without opposition. The following nominations of councillors have been made for the shire of Bulleen at the ap- proaching elections:—Messsrs. Thomas Petty and James Kent for the Doncaster riding, Mr J. Delany for the Templestowe riding, and W. Geo. Holloway for the Warrandyte riding. W. Jos. Thompson was elected auditor without opposition. ":Theo usual meeting of the Hawthorn Borough iCouncil was held on :;Wednesday, ,.July 25th; present: The Mayor, andConcillors Hellicar, Wal ien Johnson; Knipo ,'Atyns, Molloy, and Doany. "A lotter from R:T. Bairber stating he' would hold the Council responsible for any damago done to his...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
SORRESPONDENCE. Our columns are open for the discuission of all questions cwhicli are not ofa sectarian character. iPe wish it to be distincttly understood, however, that we do not identif. ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. All communications for in sertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guarantee of Good faith.
FAIRYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
FAIRYLAND. O dearly, dearly, I ehould love 'Aid fairy Ercne to dwell, A captive in some dittant grove Under a magic pell. Toe hours there would fleet away (Like clouds before the wind, While round me fairy forms would play; Their hair with flowera entwined. Let wearineos upon me creep In those enchanted grounds, I would be softly hushed to sleep By more than mortal eounds.' Fresh pleasures I would never need To bleos my longing ool; While o'er my ever youthful head Unnumbered years would roll.
WHY THE SEAT FOR SOUTH GIPPSLAND SHOULD BE DECLARED VACANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
WHY THE SEAT FOR SOUTH G-IPPLAND SHOULD lE DECLARED VACANT. TO TILE EDITOIR CF THE AGE. Smn,--Wil you allow aq outsider Epsce for a few. words, showing Bhy hu considets tlat the .scat for South Gippeland shanid not be given -to Mr. Mason., He, through himself or: hi agent, may, av the late elec'ion, haae done things which had he been returned- at the Ilerd of the poll might hane canted his seat to be Eucedssfully petitioned agerint. It is too lat nowi to petition against Mr. Mason'a return, and without a nnopportnuity of so doing, Mr. Mason is actually placed in a better position than Dr. Mlacattney was when he was returned at the head of the poll, and is free tfrom a penalty.to which the snc ceaful candidate wasnliable. I tihereforo think that the electors of South Gipraland should not be die franchircd, but that the '?t rhould be 'declared vacant.-Yours, , r., OUTSIDER.' Wahgunyah, 2nd August.
SELECT POETRY. THE LIFE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
SELECT - POETRY. iE IHF E OF MI . Hqw darkly man pnsinees his way In travelling to the distant shore Be onond th the tomb where silent lie:: The sole 'of thos who are roomorie :: Aboat that shore he naught can learn,. For those'who reach it ne'er return. He s:o a weak and feeble state, is launched into the sea of life, Aed driven here and there by fate, Be takes his part amid the strife, But heedlessly he spends his days, Nor sees the folly of his ways. Oh ! what is he that all the earth H . mbly to him should homage pay ? 'Tis hardly he survives his birth ; He lives, but only lives to-day; Secure alone:of what is past, This very night may be his last. Then let him to the gracioues care Of Heaven commend his feeble bark; So shall the wind for himblohw fair, Though all around be drear and dark; The waves with him no more shall sport, I When he has reached the tranqil port..
CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH" [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
GLIPPINGS f .O 'A"PUNCH-" The eartoen is entitled "Beggars on Horseback." The brggars are Sir. Berry and Mr. Paterson. A correspondent wants to knerw whether Nic-sic was so named to comenemorate the recent illness of the Grand Duke Nicholas. The quoerist had bettir writte and k. : '"If the Bi:hop o'f Ielbourne were to pnrchrie `a terrier or any other slut, wonld she, on producing a litter, become one of the dog-mnas of the church? ~Topica of intetcst ninst be rather scarce up the country. One of our provincial contemporaries devote a colunmnof long primer to an atteanated article an the fifth anniversary of the day upon which the local pound keeeper epratned his anels. : - Eel Skin Clothing Hiunting i Man(to tailor) This is rather ~tiltf--ighteen' guineas for my last pair of bhcklhin breechoes1 Tailor: Not at all, Sir; it'. mo't moderate. considering the rice in leather cloth ing eince the iadies took to 'Iearing of it instead of pstticoato. Notices to torreosponde st.-and Sorveyor ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
M1r. Alfred Richards, J.P., of Rochester lihas been-committed for trial at the Echulca Sessions, on a charge of wvilfully' making a" false statement to the deputy returning ofiicer at the late election for Rodney. : 'The Minister of Lands has settled thea regulations under which selectors shall' borrow money on their holdings. ,IThey provide that the department shall be satis: tied, in every instance as to the bona fide's of the proposed transaction, that the utmost that can be borrowed is £1 per acre on any! holding; and the rate of interest to be charged, and all other particulars, are to be, fdlly set out. The Election and Qualification Committee: .have decided that Mr. McBain liasbeen, duly elected for the Wimmera. Neivs has been received by telegraph of the death of the Right IIon. Sir Coleman .O'Loghlen, Bart., brother of Mr. 3B. O'Loghlen,'bari'ister, of Melbourne, whichl: occurred on the 21st Jutly. The deceased was an eminent barrister, sat for many years in the" House of C...
DANDENONG AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
D)ANDENONG AGRITULTURA SOCIETy. ;,Thle annual meeting of this Sod8h held on Saturday last in the MIerhl.ic stitute. Thbe President Celon 1'?i presided: A letter having been read from 'Ir Cricliton in reference to a prize ?l gained at last show for Yduna s. ek Secrdt?rv was instructed to rite and obtain necessary informntioni ý. subject. Tie annual balance-sheet was real adopted: IThe election of officers for the ee,. y'ear was proceeded with. M?essrs. T Clarke, and Selman were added teot' t mittee. -Ir. John Mundav wts eas President; Mr. A. W. R(odd, \icep dent. Messrs. Phipps and Thm?at appointed Auditors.-The mieetinw I'. was in favor of the elfctionf ' Potter as President, but it nas under;: that he objected to take the office.
THE BLACK SEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
THE BLACK ??SEA.: ; On the Block Sea co.st` t'he inters are: mild ; sno. thfills; perhaps,, bit lhardly lies, all sorts of southern plants thrive in the open air, and the rainfall is so .:abundant ; that vegetation is everywhere, even sip itn: the mountains, marvellously profusc.. At Poti, the seaport at the mouth of- :the Rion w. hich every traveller has for his sins to pass tlhronugh, the most fever-smitten den in all-.: Asia, one feels in a perpetual vapour bath, and soon. becomes too enervated to take' the most obvious precautions againsr the prevailing malady. Higher up in the deep valleys of the Ingur and Kedor,. rivers which descend from the great chain, the forests are positively tropical in the splen dour of their trees and the rank luxuriance of the underwood.: If there'vero' a few roads and any enterprise this country might drive a magnificent trade in wood and .all sorts of natural productions. This is the geoneral character of the Black Sea coast. But when you cross the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
Election Notices. : . DANDENONG SHIRE ELECTION. CENTRE RIDING. VOTE FOR RODD, Your I?to Representative.i "`TVOTE FOR RODD, your Isidoeliigablo and Conscientious Candidate.',: : VOTE FOR RODD, th IRatepayers' Slave. - OTE FOR RODDtho Iionst Man 's riend, S the lypo.rite's Enemy. . OTEFOR RODD, your Inefablo and Eligible V Cahdidate. . TTOTZ FOR RODD, who has done Everything V in sis Power to further the Interests of the Shire geperally. TOTE FOR RODD, a Disinterested and Faithful V Niglibour. TTOTEIFOR RODD, who Spares neither Time V. n. o Money for the Benefit of the Ratepayers. OTE FOR RODD, and Sheath the Swons. VOTE FOR RODD, the Immutable and True R preeentative. 7TOTE FOR RODD, on THURSDAY, the Oth V Abigst, between Nine and Five p.m. - v - -- -.---- nY~ CEN1 RE RIDING.-DANDENONG. S ADIES and GENTLEIiEN, - I have the "A hohoer. aftera service of three .years. during which I have, to the best of my. ability, studied your interests. to offer myself for RE-ELECTION. In this behaf ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.: It is notified in the Giatrcte that '. ur. Edward Lintott has bhcn appointed deputy coroner' at Bllrandy Cree:k. A notification in the Gazette states that Mr. Wm.; Dawses has been appointed depity electoral registrar for the Alberlon division of the Eastern Province, and for the ,utln Buln, division-of the Electoral district of South Gippsland rice Mr.. G. Wilpon ressned. The retiring Councillors lor tire Shire of Gardiner,' feasrs. James Lorimer, R.: . Benson, and J. G. Haywood, have been re-elected without opposition. At a special meeting, which ifs heldson August 4th, a rote of thanks wsas given to the the retiring presi dent, Mr. R. G. Benson, and Mr. B. B. Lewis was elected President for the ensuing year. Elsewhere will be found a series' of notificatiofis setting forth the claims ??ieh l Mr. ledd has on the ratepayers of the Centre Hidipg of. the Shire of Dandenong to continue to represent them in the "Council. There are few who will ernture to dispute tha...
DR. MACARTNEY AND THE GIPPSLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
DR.. NACARTNEY ?AND,. THE GIPPS . ,\LA\ND ELECTION i Tlie, followivi resolutions were passed unanimousl3 at:, :.i nilmerously attended meeting held at Moe on Saturday eveninn; iMr. Ireland in the chlir :-Proposed by Mr. Doherty, -and seconded by Mr. Welch, " "Tat this Ileqting views with gravo llarm the decision of the Elections and Qualifica tions Committee --in-tihe case of Dr. Ma cartnev, anl d considers that so serious an attackupon the privileges of the subject is illeigil unconstiirituoonl, hird unpirecedented, contrary to the spirit of our institutions, and incensisteit with every principle of justice, aiid that the decision of the committee de claring Dr Mncaritncy to' be 'a minister of the Church p of Englanil when no bishopf -would appoint him to a cure, and in the.face of the fact tl;n"Dr. "MIacirtney 'abindorie; d the Ministry on conscientious grounds, is an insult.to commonsense, andi an unwarrant able interference with the liberty of con science." Proposed. by. .Mr. .G...
GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 28th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
GARDINER POLTCE COURT. Saturday, July 28th. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, and John Bellin J.P. Robert Scott was charged with using insulting words in a public place, but the case was dismissed.' James Lindsay v. Peter Miller; goods, CG 19s. 10d.-Order for amount and 5s. costs. William Chandler v. E ? aines; use and occupation, £1 ]3s.-Order for amount and costs. John Fleming was fined 5s. for driving without lights. Two similar 'summonses against: N; Pepperell and J. A. Thompson were returned as not served. A case .ngtinst James Munro for allowing two cows to wander was struck out. J. Wood was fined 2s.'6d. for having no control over his horse. Maurice Griffin was fined 40s. for allow ing disorderly persons on his. licensed premises. Christopher Cooney was fined 10s., Thos. O'Brien and Susan Armstron s 5s. ehch, and James Conrov and Thoiasý Niddes 2s. Gd. each for neglecting to send their.children to schlol. Two similar summonses against Morgan Strickland and Augustus Jackson weredis...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 28th. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Looker, and Jordan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ' OAKLEIGIH POLICE COURT. Saturday, July. 98th. Befo-e 'Messrs. Templeton; P.h., Looker, and Jordan, J.P. Daniel Clancy v..Michael IIoban; goods, £7 4s.-No appearance. Fredk. Foot v. J. A. Locke; work and labor, £3 Is. 3d.-Settled. Michael Leonard, toll lessee v. Frank Phillips; evading toll. 'It was alleged that defendant came from Melbourne up the' Dandenong road. went up the Warregal road, and thence through various paddocks, and regained the Dandenong road again. Mr.: Miller 'appeared for the prosecution; Mlr. Read for the defence.-As there was no proof that the horses had come up the Dandenong road the case' was dismissed, the evidence of the complainant proving thuit he first saw them on the Warregal road, and as such the summons should have stated that the evasion was at the Welling ton gate. John Matter and Benjamin Brett were each fined 2s. ld. for having no control over their horses. Thomas Jones v. J. A. Locke; illegal detention of eight sheep. Compla...
CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 4th August. Before Messrs. Lecky (Chairman), Rossitter and Patterson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
CRANBO? RNE :POLICE coURT.I Saturday, 4th August: Before M1essrs. Lecky (Clinirnman); Rossitter and Patterson. Frederick Keene v:? F Poole;, balance of elaiin for. £711s:l 6d.: for work' i~nd labour:. fDefendant did nrotappear, andan order was made for the amount, with , s.'Gd. costs. Ah Ling .N. Gardiner ;, fraud summons. The amount, £4 2s:5d: was ovaid into Court: i Police v. Robcert Gilmour; dr;iink' and disorderly." Fined .GsL-Same :v. :Michael Lyons; "same: offence:i Fined 10s: ?? ' , The" Court then' adjour:ned::
PETER PINDAR, ON THINGS GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
PETER PINDAR, ON TIISG\S GENERAL. The county of Buln 13Bn sen some e cight years ::o was considered unitnl. able, and the Gvcermnent of the dau.y have ctasideret l th! tat they had made cellent bargain if a coln:attn had e.: into n o ,egotiataons to clear tI grartc .mw it deon ;rih grarses as oat few thousand pounds in return fer a moneys: they receive annually free selectors, who have actually added ? territory to the colony, and we canaotI fhw miles of road made around the r; station. Every other part, of the ce has had more tlian its ftir share of the expenditure, receiving all or more t} has asked for, but we are told thi should be well satisfied with a raili, like a good child, cry content. Iti giving a child plenty of good clothes·s food to make a railway andl not umae to enable produce to be brouhtt in Mr. Commissioner Woods told untai ourselves into a shire I perhaps if Woods was a selector here, he wnold h something more about the district, a?: time and money required to wo...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 4th August. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877
CRANiBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 4th August. Annual umeeting for the purposo of elect i, chairmenl, held this day at 10 a.m. Councillor Rossiter having been voted to chair, Councillor Howard moved, ann 'Councillor Trcev seconded, that. Couincillor Lecky be elected president for the ensuing year. There being no other candidate proposed Councillor Lecky was declared unanimously elected. Councillor Rossiter having vacated the chair, Councillor Lecky' took possession thereof, and returned thanks for the honor aain conferred upon him, stating, that having been a member of the local bodty from its foundation seventeen years ago, he egarded such an other honor as a mark of renowed confidence, and that he would, although on old man. carry, out the duties to the best of his ability, and trusted that the Council's now having appointed MIr. Gilchrist their standing consulting counsel, would to a very great extent relieve the President for the time beiug of many difi culties in the construc...