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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

N BOLTON, (Eight year MXanager for O'Calaghas 4 Swan,) WHOLESALE :Grocer, Wine, Spirit AND PROVISION MERCHANT. WINES & SPIRITS of the Finest Quality in Bulk and Bottle, direct from Bond. Families supplied in Quantities, at Wholesale Price and Goods delivered within Eight Miles. Sole Agent in Richmond for Cherry's Celebrated Thistle Brand Butter ROWENA-` PARADE,. RICHMOND. NEW TEAS. NEW TEAS. TOOLE BROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRO C ERS, WInE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 96 BRIDGE iROADi, RICHMOND AmUEILxS AITrED ON FOR ORDEnS. SELLING OFF SELLING OFF ! ! In conarqence of leaving Richmond and ?etirld g from Business, A. * F x 0 E Wi -M Begs to intimate that he IS NOW SELLING OFF His Large and well-asorted ST00K OF I .E M P M W E :- : 2 At Very Low Prices, ii order that every. article on the Premises may be cleared out and Turned into Money. 1ir A. :F. LEWIS, RICHMoND HOUSE, 186 Bridge Road, Richmond:. ADVANC E AUSTRALIA STEAM POWER SUPERSEDED BY. THE INVENTION OF THE ATMOSPHIiRlICAS I...

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EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

EASTERN MARKEiT. Aug. 4:-Vegetables : 'artichohcs, ground. l?4 per lb bei?t, ltd to 9.1 l.::r dozen; bonquets, 4s to 10 do; cabbages, Gd to Is 6d do; caoliflowors, Gd to 1 6Gd ao; carrots, Gd to 94 per doz bunches ; celery. Is. to 3s Gd per dozen sticks; crees, water, 84 per doz bunches; garlic, 21 to 3d perlb ; horseradish, 2s to Is per doz eticiks; lettuces, Gd to Sd per dozen marjoram. 6d to per dozen bunches ;"mint, Gd to 8G do; onions, dried, tOs. to 13s. per cwt; do:; green, Gd. to Sd bunches; parsley, Gd to 9d do ; parsoipd, Gd to Is do ; potatoes, 4s to 4- Gid pr owt ; pumpkina, 3s to 10s pcr dozen; radishes, 4d to Gd per doz hnunches; eage, Gd to Sd do;i halltet, 2d to 3dper lh; spinach, 2d per Ib; thyme, 6d to 6d per doe bunches; turnips, Gd. to 9d. per dozen bunches. Fruit: Almonds, 3d per lb.; app-ee, desesrt 10. to 12s per bushel; d .. erlking, 8s to 10s do,:, lemons. is to 2s per dozen; oranges,- 7s to 8e 6d per case; pears, 21d to 3?d p-r hi. Dairy Froduco: tcl'eon Sd...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

A Wiaeacre.-Yunr wisdom tooth. Cnttin a figure.-Amputating a limb. What adEmran is the eaiest to b taken in I-A greengro r. What may be called a seedy, occupation.-The florisd'. What a the difference between a market.gardener and a bill ard-marker ? One minds his peas, and the other mi da his cues. Why is the fair sex in Canada suspected of a ten dency to hmicide?-Becanse it is fond of sleighing. "Whi did the Israelitesi do after they. crossed the Red Se ?" asked a uanperintendent of a Sunday school. They dried themselves!" 'aid a shrill voiced li e girl. -A litti four-year-old beset his mother to talk to him and ay something funny. ' How can I? "'she asked. " Don't you seehow busy I am baking thcse pies??" ' Well, you might say, * Charlie, won't you have a p ? ' That would be funny for you? "7 A Scot h lad at school went up with a drawing of Venice, hich he' hadjust finished; to show it to the master. Observing that he had printed the. name under it with two "n's" ("Vennices "), th...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

WEDNESDAY, AUGUSr Sth, 157i . Ix .the various shires and municipalities throuhou-t tl;e colony where the. elections are contested theiratepayers will be called on to-morrow to decide on the merits of the opposing candidates who desire to represent them in the local Councils. In several cases the decision: has already bee'niiarrived .at; the -tirin'i 'councillors ha ve.again come forward, and have apparelitly given so much satisfaction that no oiie has thought itworth while to oppose them; aid. th'eyo have ? een declared duly:%. elected by- the returning officer. It isgratifyigto find thi at there is no lack of canididates anywhere for the office of councillor; the position tio oi o dioubt an honomble one, but it entails a consideable amount of; labor and some little expense, and it is to be feared that those who hiave successfuilly held it for a number of years someiimes retire ."dis usted from theli field; and leave others to coimpete for, it. They too in their turn perhaps, become...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

POLI.TIOAL. .In the Legislative Assembly on. T'uesday, 'Sir: C;:McMahon presented a petition from the Mayor and Corporation of Melbourne protesting against the desecration of the Botanical Gardens wtith a, railway.-Dr. L. L..Stmitli,.presented a petition from Mul grýve hn'd Oakleigh, asking that the liole of railway from Melbourne and Oakleoili might be constructed so that the station nmightt be nearer the townishipi thniii pit?W Jroposed. In reply to a question Mr. Woods said that "the Government intended to consider the quiestion gsenerally whether the State should issist local bodies to make roads in their iwn bounhdiries.-The. Railway - bill was further- considcred in committee; an alteran tion was mitade:in the Goulburn Valley line, and i line was agreed to from Geelong to Queenscliff, after which the House adjourned. ?-Ti.the Assembly, on Wednesday, in aniswer to Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Woods said tllat hlie would recommend. the -Government to recoup? to tlie shires : of Mulgrave an...

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Saturday 4th August. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

Saturday 4th August. Present--The President, and Councillors Crichton, Poole, Howard, Face, Greaves, Jas. Lecky jun., Patterson, and Rossiter. The minutes of previous meeting aind outward correspondence were read and confirmed. The report of the Finance Committee, re commending payments amounting to £10, was adopted. CORRESPONDENCE. From Roads and Bridges Department, in reply to application for additional polling places, referring the Council to the Gazette of 0th instant.-Received. From the Treasury, intimating that per centage fees for 1876 would not be collected. -RIeceived. From Lands and Survey Department, in reply, stating that allotment 32, parish of Lang Warren, which had been applied for as a water reserve, had been recommended. to Geo, Hall, subject to excision of springs and access thereto if necessary.-Rleceived. From W. J. Gilchrist, bnrrister. in.reply, aceepting the appointment of standing ansel to the Council.-Received. From Mornington Shire Council, in reply, irerin...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, August 1st. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

-i RICHMOND -POLICE COURT.:':.' -Vednesday, .August 1st. D eforeiIr. Templeton P.M., and Messrs Harcourt and O'Connor J.P. 'A lad named Thos. Gibson was charged with stealing a till containing about £1 worth of money, the property of John Hussey, the landlord of the Yarraberg HIotel, Richmond. MIr. Inspector Dobson conducted the case for the prosecution. John Hussey deposed that on the night of the 17th July about seven o'clock, he missed his till containing money to the amount of about 20s.-Wentinto the street, and from information received from Charles Layton took out a warrant for the prisoner and another lad. Ho found the till next morning empty, on a fence near his hotel. F -Charles Layton, bootmaker, deposed that on the night of the 17th July about seven F o'clock he saw prisoner coming out of tihe Yarraherg hotel with a small box under his arm like a tillI. There was another nlad with him,; and ithisi ld sa'id to witness, Don't'say you' h'e seen -us," and offered him .a shlli...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

FOOTBALL. -0 A football match was played between Buln Buln and Dandenong clubs on a ground adjoining Souter's Gippsland Hotel on Saturday, August 4th, which caused quite a sensation through out the E[?] upwards of one hundred people were sent to witness the game. At o :.c captains of the teams tossed for [?] goals which was won by Dandenong   by which they got the wind in the [?] after a severe contest of one hour D[?] nong secured a goal, which was re[?] kicked by Dunbar, play being goal [?] sides, it being then half time. [?] interval of ten minutes the ga[?] resumed, and the Buln Buln team [?] wind in their favor, and it was plain [?] seen their antagonists were but [?] for them, as the Buln Buln secured [?] in a quarter of an hour after sides [?] changed, which was cleverly obtained [?] marked by Smith, who by a short [?] gave it to Armstrong, and he by a [?] kick, put it between the posts. [?] minutes afterwards the Buln Buln secured another goal, which was &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 August 1877

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. Twenty Worde, for One Insertion ... .. Is Twentyto Thirty Words, do ... . 2. a: Thirtyto Forty Words, do ... .. S Above Forty Words, at the rate of So per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Dosoonrr upon all Advertisementa appearing for Three Months. Advertisements must specify on the face of them the. number of inesrtions, or they will bhe' continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. Advertisements can only be discon tinued by written orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Litt.o Collins etreet east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. Butchers PINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. miscellaneous- J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Authorised Surveyor under Transfer of .and S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

Valuable DiscoveIy for the Hair.-Il your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use " The Mexi can Hair Benewer," for it willpositively restore in aevery cs grey or wh]ite hair to its original colour without leaving the disagreeable smell of most "Re ntoraa." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well M promoting the growth of the hair on bald Spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for, 'The Mexican Hair Reswer," prepared by Henry C. Gallp, 493 Oxford-street, London and sold by Cheaieta s wd Perfumern everywhere at S3. lid pr bottle. - Medical. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS. S warranted to cure alldischarges from the Urinary Organs, in either ex. acquired or constitutional Gravel and pains in the back. Sold in boxes,'4s Gd eah, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine vendors. "Sole Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, 'Apothecaris Helil, Lincoln, ENGLHAND. EXPO)T AGENTS. Burgoyno, Eurbidges & Co., Coleman street London. Newbery and Sons, 37 Nowgate street, ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

'-4 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15th, 187 7. A FL IT is gratifyiing tofindthata the' Govdrn ment have abandoined their scheme for o's coiinectitg the Gip'psland line .wiijhi'Mel- TI bourne; by airailivayrunning through the Bdtaiical G:ideris;, this line had nothiig he to recommend it; it couild no have lieen C< connected with "Spencer street railivav' station except at a very great expense, and would have spoilt one, of our finest reserves; the line' on the "Nortl 'side of m the river is in every. way preferable ; in some respects it is perhaps open toobjec H tion; it will run for some distance where e there'is already a railway, but-'itwill be a direct route,, and on this ground, ;if "on- th no other, should meet with the appiroval f of. the people of Gippsland.. Somethiti a has been said: about the inijustice that i would be done if 'i roundabout route was l adopted, but. the complaint is rather senti ti, mental thani practical; a far greater'in justice has' been done to the peop...

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FIEBY MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

boFIny hluiu . The description of a catch by Dr. Calcntt is given in the Musical 'World? th words -on thus "Al I how Saphijaanayoun leave Your lover, ;nd of hope bheave? Go fotch the Indian ' borrowed plume, Yeticbicer far than pour own bloom ro bai t liodgor in yor beart And more tlian o0i0 I fear have part." mow i reading the`above, there is nothibt prticular t be ei, but when the words aresanng as Dr. Caicott intended they should be, there is tiiiuh' to .r'-,for one singer seems to render the first three worda thus, " A house on fire," repeating phia, p"is,;witiih a little admixture of Cockneyism fire ! irel Another voice calls out, lustily, " Go, fetch lthe engines, fetch the engines;" while the third coolly says," I'm hut a lodger, I'm but a lodger,' con.; coiseequently, he does not care whether the house be burned down or not. This elucidation will g~e a pretty good idea of the real meaning and character of a musical catch.-New. York Evening Mail. A very singular human phenome...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

CORRESPONDENCE, 0- Our columns are open for the discussion of oll ehich are not of a seclarian earrater. 'e to be distinctly understood, hoceerr, thatI identlfy ourselves ith the opi ,, lc our correspondents. All comm r tatio sortion'nust be addressed to the ditor, es the name and addressa of the writer, asag at eood faith.

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THE BLACK SEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

THE BLACK SEA. On the Black Sea coast the winters are mild; snow falls, perhaps, but hardly lies, all sorts of southern plants thrive in the open air, and the rainfall is so abundant that vegetation is everywhere, even up in the mountains, marvellously profuse. At Poti, the seaport at the mouth of the Rion which every traveller has for his sins to pass through, 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 against 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 were a few roads and any enterprise this country might drive a magnificent trade in wood and all sorts of natural productions. This is the .general character of the Black Sea coast. .But when you cross the watershed at Suram, and enter the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

Aelpla?inei To Mreni." -are yo"n.;troke. t-a rer restei-I teotlath,, s b t'odeii 'tod cheist` aid get '?. it lteof?byf'; :te'ti iWinstew's iSoo?hia?t rti. r t willwrt sloe:the? door snlffrer ini?iedinti - . Its isperyfet'y hrti . ei'i andpleasant to tasdrtt , i daceftnattra" odroknspst to tate it iroiducI , nirati qurietsleeop, by relievi?ngl t child fromb pina'tid o id ttttc',ierule awakes "an bright as abittton .' It otlie thechild it softent.s g lthe , altl Pium reviet es trind, tiithitgesr o ltorl`ios?. : tMr;. Winalow's Soothing' SyruDpis told fb Medicine doalers verywthereat t?.? ld per bottlet..; ltanufactiretd at 493 Otxford street, Loidon; :. 7SonieIIon L-FOR Ton Teoru AeD BMEna-.- - Tow drops of the I iquid Th ,lirline" sprinkled on i wit tooth-brush pteaducs a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the te.th faron all parasites or impurities, hlarden the gum,l pr-vents tartar, stops decoy, gives ti the teoth a piculiar pearly-i hitness, end a delightful fragrance to l...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE UOF THE ENGLISH MAIL.,..:.. Leavcs Melbourno. Arrives Melboirne. August 7 Au . Agust 21 September. 4 September 18 ...October 4 : October. 16 November. 1. November. 18 November 29 December 11 December 27 , i ,m l.

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EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

EASTERN MARKET.: Aug.. 11 :-Vegetables.: artichokes, gronrd, lid perlb ; beet,6d to 8d per dozen; bonquets,, 3 to 9s do'; cabbages, Gd to 2s do; cauliflowers, is to S3. do; carrots, Gd to 0d per des bunches; celery, 1 s. Gd thi S per. doena ticks; cress, water, 8d per drz- bunches; garlic, 2d to 3d per lb ; horseradish, 2a to ,6s per doz sticks;; lettones, 6d to 8d per dozen marjoram, Gd to per dozen hunches; mint, Gd. to Is: do; onionsdried, 12s. to 15s. per owt; do, ;green, Gd. to8d,buuches; parsley, 6d to 8d do; parsnips, 8d to ld do; potatoes, 3s to 4 Gd per owt; pumpkin?, 3s to 10a pur,dozen;- radishes. 4d to 6d per doz :hunches;' sage, Gd to 9d do; shallots, 2d: to 3d per lb; spinach, 2d per lb ; thme, 6d to 8d per doz bunches; turnips; CG. to' d.: perdozen bancles.-'" Fruit: Almonds, 3d per lb.; apples, dersert,3Sddper' lb.; do., cooking,. 10 to ls ;6d per bushel;; lemons, is to 2s, per dozen oranges, 6s to 8s 6d per ease; pears, 21d, to 3 d perilb ::Daity' Produce: Bacon c S...

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RAILWAY PASSENGERS' SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

RAILWAY PASSENGERS' SIGNALS. The Minister of Railways is determined not to lose any time in making a trial of an apparatus for affording passengers in rail way carriages opportunities of communica tihg with the guard if necessity arises. • At tention.was called to the want of something of this sort by Mr: Johnstone, in the House the other' evening, and he instanced d case where a man had made a most cowardly attack on another passenger, which might have turned out very seriously for all the chances of protection. that the man had in the train. This is only one of many instan ces that have been brought under the notice of the department, and in order to overcome the difficulty Mr. Woods has decided on making an experiment in a train for Gee long. By the apparatus that is to be fixed a passen-er can communicate with the guard,'ana he will be able to communicate with the driver, the latter being one of the most necessary improvements that can be effected. The signalling apparatus from ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE..:?; - -ýDANDENONG POLICE COU T. Satiurday, August 11 Before Mr. Templetoni P.M. Col. Huttoii and Mr. Henry Powis JP. Dunblar :r. Bamford; miscondi& ct as; a hired servant.-Withdrawn. Smithson 'v.' Cred;, fraud suminons .1 15s. d.-Ordered to'pay the aimount or go to gaol for ten days. -

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WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

(From a Corrcsao dent, The roads, 's usual at ,tis: time of year. e nearly impassable,' ?tid the Goveriment ght eot to drop the grant:ffor;,ithe side Clks, '&.; I am sure:; if any ' of `the tbhere who would oppose it, had to travel one of them, they would so6o6nchaoge i mind, and vote heartily for the grant. The subject of a Shire for the district of n Buln, takes odd fits and starts, blazing' fiercely, and thea dying away. At a eting, held some time ago at Brandy eek, the subject was (as some people derstood) to be dropped for six months, the selectors, who are in favor of a re, are continually striving to gain their so that those who veto the Shire have to keep their eyes open, for though Sllirists are weak in numbers, they ke up for it in energy. to politics, they are somewhat dull opinion seems to be general throughout district, that if Mr. Macartney, is comipelled. to resign, there should . be another : election ; great :dissatisfaction Ieiilgexpessed at the chance of M...

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