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

POLITICAL: SIn theiAssembly `on Tuesday Mr. W.:C.' Smith said,) ih reply to Mr'Ricliardson, thlat there was no" objection' too thel pitires a'iid models sentouiit to this :colony1by the King of Italy bein'g lent to.the schlols of. `design -Mr: Berry, stated that o'bii `surveys being: made it had been. found that it ?would be: better to take tie 'Gippsland riiilway on .the' north siide of the Yarra tlian' on ttliesouth' side.' -ihe schedule i' Wold be :altered ac' cordingly ;tlie?'tartin?i pbint vould be the site 'of the -old suburban station' east of Swansten street, and the 'deviation wo: uld join: the original line 'near the- footbridge leading, to the Botanical. Gardens.-Sir J. O'Shanassy, and Mr.; Bent urged the. Go vernment to take running: powers over the Hobson's Bay.railway in preference to con;' structing-a railway'at a great expense where it was not required -The schedule, as pro posed, was agreed to, and the bill was read a third time.-hhe Water viorks Act aniend ment bil...

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AN UNKIND CUT. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington J[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

AN UIKIIND CUT. To the Editor of the South Bourkte and fera Some -ihdividuals who clainm to N e under the denomination of straightfor??d able men are imbued with but a sorry co what isoneceseary to entitle them to ble 'ia the category of peopl of tlat etandidl of A. fewo residents ,t Phillip Island nd Point. have "lately been afforded a illustraiion of this in the conduct of who (mor?'i e the pity) publishes a pub!k a few copies of which have been brought u0 notice. '.By the influence of a leading a Ot n aest i? G irifiths' Point a few of the reridafl induced to support the print I refer t gentleman was so generous to the proprietrr even undertook the agency without any tion. Now this unthankful gentlemon ('h) fg han chocen to insult his benefactor, and st to damigeohis business reputation by puh " notification which; in effect, stated thatt man referred to is not to be entrustedpt lh of tlheo subscription moneys whicth he meanst& of t. taining, and the natural ak because ho...

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THE SCORESBY ELECTION. To the Editor of the S. B. and Mornington J[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

THE SCORESBY ELECTIO, To the Editor of the S. B. and Mornioltoa JlI Sm,a-Regarding the Scoresby electo?,' allow me Epace to describe the disgraccfl t? of the returning officer, Councillor Nixon, t Scoresby booth on ihe day of polling. Avt.' had three votes, received from that oo.e ballot papers; the voter then went into theiti scratch thle names, when the rtetmning caorn in alter him and scratched the papers for him ahking for whom he meant to vote. U:Po voter finding that the names wete scrttchldt to the way in which he meaut to vote. he as he wanted to vote for Dobton. When Di scrntineer care on tihe scene and eccur-dt ` spoiled papers the returning iflicer h:dlthrnto three frek once. Mr. Editor, to my rthinoki' a man is p'aced in a position where he ri neutral, and do "his duty in a fair, etroaihtie and impartial manner, such condultct ,louli hirm frout ever being appointed returnang again. I may say the opposing voterodeo.t aflair as far fnlon being manly. By ininiotl may be the...

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

DAlDENONG. From a Correspondent. SThe election of a member to serve in the hire Council for the Centre -iding of Dandenong tookl place on Thursday last,, Musin great excitement. SMr. A. W. Rodd nd Mr. J. W. Swords were the. opposing arties, Mr. Rodd having held the post aring the past three years. There were e hundred and eighty two votes polled, Swhich number Mr. Rodd scored one hun red and eight, thus returning him by irty four votes over his antagonist. lhen the poll was declared, there was great eering for the successful member, who anked the electors in a very appropriate ,eech for again returning him. The efeated candidate then ascended the plat in, but unfortunately lost his temper rough some remark made' by the by anders. . On Saturday last the Melboiurne houndsn et near Dandenoeg, and had a successfuil unt after a kangaroo. There were several, ds, but no serious damage was done. An amusing incident occurred on Friday, t to two gentlemen hailing from not a undred miles of Da...

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

MUNICIPAL ELECTIOi\S. At Hlawthorhn'onnThursdat the Borough elections resulted 'in the re election bfi'?r.i CleverdoO (the :llalJ-r) a?itle heandof, the poll Councillor, 'allcn second, andti Mir. L: Robeits third. The other two candidates were 3lessrs. Dalleyand Thoinas Johnson.: :The latter candidate after trying since the borough' was first constituted was ,returned "at thei revious' electiof but made himself disagree able to his colleagues, during liis period. of office. His position on' the poll does not show that he pleased the ratepayers by his eccentric conduct, but he. certainly did succeed in causing confusion at intervals:in the Council. The ratepayers have certainly made a good choice. The pollif wa?ns' as follows: W. Cleverdon . . 517 IR.E. Wallein :.: ... .:;:-:.407: . J. L. Roberts .. 460 C. Dailey .. .. 248 T. Johnson ... ...: 235 The numbers were announced :by the returning officer, Councillor Sayce, shortly before seven o'clock on the evening- of. the day of the ele...

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WOMAN'S NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

Womaa's NainnE.-At the lower end of Wood ward-avenue, yesterday, an old apple woman offered her fruit to a vessol.captain who was sighing over the good times of 1861. She wanled 3 cents. apiece for her apples. He gave her a pleasant look, and said ,' Well, well. Why you lock as yunug as you did 10 years ago. Same bright eyes and red cheek same white teeth." " Take an. apple for 2 cents, captain," she replied. "I presunie you are 60 years old," he continued, " but who'd know. it? Lots of ladies at 80 look as .old as you do."- Take an apple for a cent, captaitn," she answered, smiling like a roee. "Some rich old fellow will come along some day. searching for a buxom wife," said the captain, " and you won't have to peddle apples any more." '" Here, captain, two fore cenot, take two of the biggest 1" she exclaimed, and then -ran after him, and dropped trlo more into his overcoat.-Detroit Free reass. Cooked Ham v. Cocked Hat.-One of the office bearers of the Grand Lodgeot Scotland, who h...

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INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

1NVENTORS A D INVENTIONS. (Fou0 A~L THE EA .O) OU ..) Is it tro that the world has never known its greatest men ? Have all its behonefactors been ignored and despised; or rather, have not some occasionally foumd timely recogiition and fitting rward? Human nature io stubboii, and men are unwilling to. be tined outeof their way; but the hardest natures gradcally soften into a new mould if ressed long enougbh, and the moetwilful foettake toinaccustonmed pah"l a;ieru heho : patlhs have been awell trodden b theirn neighltburi. Every new inventoiion ba had its own peacial figiht before it could get it learing Who recoguisee th ie prine int the beggar? Who taee the full-fledged eagle in that ordinary looking and soo:ewhat t nprepo.sessoing eggh ? Who could always foretell that the new invention nentried and unproved was ad world's bleslisg in . disgaser, en dembryor helper forwardd ofe h man ty? We do not witi' to; phold ignor: ance in any form int we meet he just; and really those various...

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FACES IN THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

FAOE?:' :IHE FIR. . I watch th Y droow? night e:oire~n And Faocv paintns at iny deeiie :, Her' magic pictures in'the fire: An i'land farm mid aeos of corn, Sw n edst by thnrodner'ng breath of morn.l: Thhelippi apot whnre I wan born. The picture fadeth in i eato plc; Amid th lglow InIeem to trace The ahiftingemblance of a face. "Tis now a little ehildiEh form,' Iled lips for kissee pooted warm, And elf-locks tangled in the storm. ?'Tib nowa grave and gentle maiid At her own beauty half afraid. Shrirking, yet witing lobe stayed. 'Tis ow a iatron with hebr oys,? Dear denotr f ordome'tic ja,; .' I aem: to hiar the imerry noise. Oh, time was young, and lifo was warm, When first I raw that fairy form, Hel dark hlirtsing ing id? storm. And fast and free these pulses played, SWhen ist I met ithatgentle maid When tc t her hand in rnie wan laid. "Tlhose locks of je? are tuorned to grey. And ehe is atrange and far away, That might have beenh ine own to-day That might.have teen mine own, my dea...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

: Astrange occurrence happened. a day or two ago in Ballarat.: A gentleman'residing on the Melbourne road' found his supply of water cut off, as he thought. l He at once sent to the Water. Commission Office- to know the: reason,-. and was: somewhat astonished to find-that the maini had not b-een interfered. with in any way: Mr. Cameron, the foreman of works, proceeded to the scene, and on removing the tap found an' eel, about ten: inches long, choking the pipe: The fish must have:made itsi way all the distance through the pipes from Kirk's dam: A " man named Muir, a bitcher, was brought up at the Prahran Police Court on Monday, "charged. with assaulting his mother. •When she appeared. at the court one side of her face was quite b1lack with the blows inflicted. Striking parental aiffection ? Punch, this week, publishes a "13ill to provide 'for 'the prompt' and effectual' re pression of the Press," which, he states, is to-be birought into` the house by the Chief Secretary--the represe...

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THE OAKLEIGH ELECTION. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington J[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

TIIE OARLE.IIiH ELECTION. To the Editor of the South Bourke and 6orniaro?? Sir,-Having no election in our Ridirg, l; particular business to attend to, I took a tto'.ic, tit South Riding to watch the prceeedirpe. erection there and hear the result of thel[t my utnmost astonishment Mr. Kelly was relnrs a fair majority. I say astoni-hment, for I an r. at a loss to understand, hIw any one lith a common sense, a sprinkling of intellmet, cto againstt Mr. Zorn, whom I know to be a erlucated; intelligent man, who has ac?irtd, his thlte years of office as councillor, the O l Hnowledgo of the business, and who haa didce, his duties with the utmost fairness and irap while Mr. Kelly is utterly devoid of tho,?- l which distinguish his opponent. But te f.. proverb " dis mor qoui tu lantes et jl tdirooda eat,'. which literally tranlslated oIno. a pi, I.r to a rig and an ass to an oe, fin:ds its erem;ci not in Mulgravo only, but all the world tr. ! what a farte, what a sell was thi, elrction! h amu...

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

writes isharp and distinct shockl of, earth quake was experienced in this neighborhood at twenty minutes past seven lahs evenin.' The wave appeared to,: travel from :a southerly direction to wards: the': north. In the Meclhanics' Hall, a stone building,' the lamps and forms were `shaken:' and in several; dwellings the' oscillatioin was so dis tinct as to create -not a° little amazement. The shock lasted several; seconds. 'The ninth half-yearly meeting, of the Opera House Company was held on Mon day; ;Dr. Motherw ell in the? chair. There appeared .,to have been a heavy loss- durin-g the half-year, and no dividend was declared. It was not stated how -the 'loss was to be accounted for. The eperimenti of; lighrting, a railway train with gas a 's tried on, the Victorian railways on Motidavlast iin the nighlt train going from Melbourne ;to Ballarat. The apparatus used was.Dempster's patent, and it was found ':to work week. ,:The-. gas is manufactured from petroleum. The shareholders of th...

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

ECALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTIBSING. Twenty Words, for One Insertion ... ... Is Iwenty to Thirty Words, do ...: .. 2s Thirty to FtortyWords, do ... ... s Above Forty Wordsn at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Discorer upon 'all Advertieementa appearing for Three Months. Advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of insartions, or they will bh continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. . dvertisements can only be discon tilutud by written orders. DIR)ECTORY: Solicitors- HILLEE.. THOMAS, 64 Litte Collins street east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, WVat tletreo road, Gardiner. Butchers I'INNIGEI, JOII&, General Family Bntcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. ¶iscl aneous J3;HOLT, Watcr FilterIanufacltuor, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle seqare, Carlton tonnerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Authorised Surveyor under Tran...

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THE DIRECT LINE TO GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

THE DIRECT MLINE TO ?GIPPSLAND.' The miembers of the ;Upper House- will have no reason to say the Government' do: not treat them with courtesy and donsidera tion;; orthtit they. are left in a,statete of ignorance. regarding ',measures' they are called uponii to, pass:.: On Tuesday' the' Governiment Railay: Bill canme uder the consideraition ;of thei Legislative. Council, and the members of that dhaminber were supplied withan elabobrate map showin what may be called :i h nei" metropolitian and: suburban railway scheme iTlie imn niediate'object of this projectiis to connec~ t the Gippsland raillwa with Melbourne :di rect, but in reality :this isbut' iaery "sminll part of the .work 'thatwill' have to be undertakenl iat fnodistant date.r:\: The& niap that wis submitted"to'the Counicil 'on Tues day ?vill clearly: shoivihobw tlie' siburbani diothicts odf Whittlesea :Heidelberg,';ern shan 'Gippsland anid Mornington can be placed in railway communic'tion, not with' \Vest' Melbourne,...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, August 8th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs. O'Conner, Gleadell, Benett, and Dr. Clarke, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, August 8th. Before Mr. Templeton, 'P.M,; and Messrs. O' Conner, Gleadell, Bennett, and Dr. Clarke, J.P's. Jos. Stevens was cllarged on 'remand. as a reputed thief with heing in a public place with intent to cominit a felony. This was the man who was arrested by Senior-cons table Devine witlh Edward Evans on: the minornin of 31st July in Swan street, Itich mond.-Senior-constable Devine give evi dence of the arrest, and stated that he found matches and a candle on the prisoner, a'nd on Evans,rwho was in his company, house oreaking implements.-Detective Brown deposed that on the 16th October, 1871, the prisoner was sentenced to five years and two years tor burglary, and produced a document with his photograph on it. He was discharged on 22nd January last. Senior-constable Bell deposed that on the 2nd February in the, present year prisoner was sentenced to imprisonment at Fitzroy for, stealing money out of a till, and had only.been four days out of gaol...

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

Under the Patronage Of His Excellency. TRAVELLERS' REST HOTEL, Blackburn Creek, Nunawading. J . DAVIS,         BEGS to inform his Friends and the General Public that the above well known Hotelry, which is within eleven miles of Melbourne, is replete with every convenience requisite for the accommodation of   Travellers and Visitors. It is situate on the main road from Melbourne to Lillydale, and is on the easiest and best route to the Gold and Antimony Mines. The Best of Liquor is kept in stock, and the stabling is first-class. Cobb and Co's. coach arrives and departs daily at the hotel. A Supply of HORSE-FEED of every description at the Cheapest possible prices always on hand. SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !       In consrqueneo of leaving Richmond and Retiring from BEsiness, SB.... gs :to intimate that "lue" I NOW SELLING OFF His Large and well-assorted STOCK OF _At ei?yi Low Prices...

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THE LATE FOOTBALL MATCH, DANDENONG V. ERANDY CREEK. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington J[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 August 1877

THE LATE FOOTBALL MATCH, DANDENONG V. BRANDY CREEK. To the Editor of the South Bourke and fmrninka?1, Sir,-I find upon looking over your les paper that great praise is given to Master [?] Dunbar for kicking the only goal in mate [?] Creek combined v. Dandenong; this statement decidedly wrong, for it was kicked by Master Jewis. Master Dunbar making himself [?]   also. I see again that praise is given only to [?] Smith, and Dunbar, as if they were the only [?] in the Dandenong team. You must [?]     that there are players equally as good as these [?] if not better. Allow me to mention that the [?] was done mostly by Purdy. Masters Jewis [?] and Dobson, at any rate they did not stand beside one another as if asleep, and allow the ball [?] through their opponents' goal, thus losing the game. The field umpire was a caution to [?] when referred to his reply was, "Dont [?]   think so." By inistently [?]     &...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. -0- The contest for the representation of the Centre   Riding in the Dandenong Shire Coincil has resulted in the return of Mr. Rodd. The voting was as follows ; Rodd 108, Swords 74.     Mr. Arthur Kelly has been duly elected a repre-   sentative for the South Riding in the Oakleigh Shire Council. The numbers polled were as follows;   Mr. Arthur Kelly 77, :and Mr. Edward Zorn 55.   The auditorship has devolved on Mr. Chas. Nelson,   Mr. W. H. Chaundy, one of the candidates, having   retired.         During the week ending August 4th, 143 births       and 106 deaths were registered in the Metropolitan   and Suburban districts; in Hawthorn there were fo registered 'three births, and in Kew 2 births and h 4 deaths (3 in the Asylum);. there 'was no return h from R...

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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 18th August. Before Mr. T. D. S. Heron and Messrs. D. Reid, and Joseph Fowler, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877

GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. . Saturday, 18th August. Before Mr :T. D.. S. Heron and Messrs. D. I? Reid; and Joseph Fowler, J.P. : D.: B. Kennedy surrendered to his bail, charged with an assault on John Kidd. Mr. Budd appeared i~for the prosecution. -The' prosecutor, Mr. Mark Turnbull, is Pre sident of the Shire of Phillip Island and ,Woolasmai, and stated that the offence took place on 21st July, whilst the Council was holding a Court for the revision of the ratepayers' rolls. The defendant was called to order several times by the President, but refused to submit to his ruling, and wound up by calling himl a liar. Councillor Kidd then got up, and said, "We can't stand our President being called that," when Kennedy struck him a blow on the left cheek, knock ing him down. The President then gave Kennedy in charge of the constable who was present.-Constable Prentice, John Kidd, Solomon West, and Thomas Smith, also gave evidence of the assault having been committed. Defendant produce...

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WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877

W " HISKEY, CREEK:. (From a Correspondent.) A rfush.hliili broiken oiut herebthe piece along the track rooks a little lively; on the iribund some '3.0 men have been 'trying their', luck; butlthe: complaint of iany· is that lthe who!e 'place is p-leg ed" off; of course not byI bona fil diggers, but some persons;who by: pegging off.'a number :of places hopetb hittlhe.lucky spt. The diggers' arrived by twos and thr:ee, and, some., say that if a likely .prospect is found there :will be a large rush, and, most of the surrounding' country p'roperly' pros pected. As sto stores: a Mrr'. Paterson' , a selector, hs been supplying the imen at fair pirices - e i lappearace of the: place :-s very rougrhthe' srib lhaving been cut: down but not;` burnt; and of! course in consequence progression is very slow , added to this the very bl'adi roads :to the place, the steep niess of the ?hills and the many annoyances consequent thereon should deter any from coming herei until there 'is, some. authentic...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877

POLITI O AL -0-- In the Legislative Council on Tnul4 the Railway bill was read the irsi and it was resoved that evidence be catll in relation thereto. In the Assembly, on Tuesday, ylr. $ C. Smith said he intended to have printed for distribution to schools, seni, the colors of insectivorous birds, ashrasdj, in Europe.--Mr. Berry said in reply to 31a Service, that the Government would be pared to accept the offer of itessrs. GI? fora mail service via the Cape, if it uas newed.?-The' House passed a resolution d. claring thanta person, formerly t ni of religion, wiho had by some pubnli, ceased to profess his ministry, wras '?i? of being elected a member of the Assemihe In the Assembly on Wednesday it, Woods said that statistics were iiu ' pared vith a view to equalising the e? for freight,.on tlhe railways.-'-Tlye 3i on Private Property bill was readt a sr, time, and the House then adljorned. In the Assembly on Thursday MIr.t1J:. `said in reply to MIr. F. Smyrth, that thi oWas a diffic...

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