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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
Valuable Discovely for the Hair.-If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use " Thie Mexi ean Hair Renewer," for it willpositively restore is every case grey or while hair to its original colour without leaving the disagreeable smell of most "' Re atorera." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the.glands are snot decayed. Ask your Chemist for , The Mexican Hair llenewei-,' prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford-street, London and mold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere at 3e. 6d perbottl JMedical. ONE BOX OF .CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS. S warrantedto cure alldischarges from the Urinary Organs, in eithoer e, acquired or constitutional Gravel and pains in the back. Sold in boxes, 4a 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine vendors. Sole Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, Apothecaries' Hall, Lincoln, ENGLAND. EXPORT AGENTS. Burgoyne, Burbidges & Co., Coleman street London. Newbery and Sons, 37 Newgate stre...
THE SCORESBY ELECTION. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
THE SCOI:ESBY ELECTION., To the Editor of the South Bourke and lfornington Journai. Sir,--A circumetatncooccurred 'at the past electlon, Scoresby :Riding, which, omne people say, is not creditable to our. intelligent ,and muchi eateem-c returning tofeer. Surprio is felt that- a gentleman With etnritive feelings, such' as are peseneed in no large a degiee by our mo.nt rorthy returning olkicer, should lay himself open to ill-iatured remarks; es pecially at tiis time, when it is taid his brother councillors are unanimous in their 'desire to see the Presidentsl chair so ably and gracefully occupied. The circumnitance was simplicity itself--an awkward 'mistake, made in a moment. An elector, whlo cOn a not oner well to read, came to vote. Our returniad oficer, in an obliging way, just drew the pencil through the name of the? candidate whom the shoru sighted mnan. wanted to.vote for. Some' interfering person mad this thin known, whereo this unreasonable elector ,demanded fresh voting paper...
To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
To the Editor of, IehSoth Bourk? o?and frnington Journal. si,-? finod upon .Iookingovsr yonr la-t ceee's paper'a' letter. signed *" A Scoresby Voter," and I think, Mr. Editor, you were to blame to publish such a vagoie and wilful letter, not one word of truth in it, and by your own rematlk you seem to doubt it. .-You alfo poblish.it without the writer's namne. The facts a?e,. the ,ooter referred to byl Mr. Scorebby Voter:te ceived his ballot papers and asked' Iom to go with himn. I asked hinm it he wanted anybody's ecrutineer to go with him, and he said :rNo, yop -will do."'.. I asked him who he wanted to vete for, and I'under. stlood him to ayv Collier; accoidingly Ih voted fot Collier.h He then said he meant Dobeon. I tha' tore up the pspers and gadv hirt fresh ones, but Mr. Dotson secired the papers. Now, M?r. Editor, I have been- returning officer five times in euccession 'tbr Scoreeby Riding, and four times'have the Dohsod;i been rejected; even for the Board of Advice:. .Would ...
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 11th. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P.M., and W.R. Looker and John Gordon, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
S''OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT'c' -.is ; : Saturday,: A"ust 11tH. Before M essrs.: W Templetonii P.M., and i' W. R. Looker and John .Gordoni J Ps:;, -: Andrew~Bates v. Agnes'Baker; perjury, Mr.? Miller'for plaintiff ; Mr. Read for defen?:" dant. An objecion to, the, wording of the~d summons .was taken by Mr. Read,, which;:i proved fatal: It might been law in .the reign of George II., but would not :stand': good in the reign of Qnoeen Victoria. James Pitcher was fined 5s. for having no,,, control. Sarah 'Jane Hurst summoned Johzi Hume''. for £2 2s. for board and lodging." A Sarah Jane could not from illness appear,.,' but sent her lord and master without written:::r authority, the Bench postponed the' case, but it was ultimately settled by consent of both parties. Thomas Grogan, landlord of Gibson's-,i Oakleigh Hotel, was fined 20s. for Sunday' trading. The defence was that he was obliging a gentleman of some standing in' the township; did not like to mention-" names, and begged the lenien...
THE BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
THE . BUTOHER: r :, Who says ho hath a dear old reef, Arid the secret to him.elf 'dothkeep,: ;.." - ? And who is' the man yon cannot beat,? W :!·.· . :: ,'.: ".;` The Butcher. Who foud aente quartz down on afat, Anrid brought some specimnins ith him back, And allows no ons to know the track;,; :' :.Theo Butcher. Who will put "yon oil every time 'to eay' .- - " I can't talk long, so good day,' " ;` Always potting you off in this mid way The Butcher: Who hath the faithful servant George,", . . Who6 will no word of the iseret budge;..'. And keep itto hiniself, .Old Fudgoe ., : ; ? r?' ? The Butcher Who leads hbs kind friends all tray': When they ??y to hiri' Which is the way 'o that reef you discovered the othtr day Who are " The Bnther '. friendone time' ,;..: " When they think he's to be had to ehow th'ie line Down tojhis dear and ehainiig mine: :' i "' . "'i The Inhabitainte?. Dandenoin, August 17th 177'
CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 18th August. Before Messrs Leckey (Chairman) and Messrs Patterson and Hunter. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
- C1 AN1BOUENfPOL TOi'iVf ; Before 'Jessis .Lecky (Chairma)and Messrs Patterson and Hunter-' Jas. Summers v Aex. Camer nr defendant :did' not appear:. when called oni ?? Mr. Lowe for plaintiff said 'the claimifl c"aszb for two weeks' ivages:, £. Mr&lt; Camerhi on ((rii lavin", appeared, the plaintiff beingiswvoriin s''it :said:, he w"ais: a"; pliofghman d iinad i i'?la bei.i. iri defendant's employmient ifoir tiwoiyears .i;: Tlies amount. claimedvr was? due i Gave .a??9 i ,wee'k'sf notice,: :,which.i defendant said: he i ?dould not dccept.-Defendantatathi :stige":,_' applied for ain adjouiirnment,;'as:he had justi-;s ' arrived fromn town, iiand .hle!wished to dis. -. prove the evidence of the plaintiff. "He'ý? afterwards, :withdrew.~ the i' application and . 'i eaiinined the plairitiffT as :::to the:n notice 'i given, and plaintiff stated that hie had 'givein : proper notice. Had no :ehgaemenit :to:r:i remain in defendant's service for the winteri months. :Had applied freque...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
CORRESPONDENCE: Our columns are open for the discussion of all questlions which are not ofa sectarian character. We wrish it tobe daistinctly underistood, howr eer, iatwe do not identify ourselves oth the opinimons aexpressed hy our corresponidents. All comnmnnicaetions for in sertion must be addressed to theEditor, and contain theo nname and addresi of the oriter, as a gua onrte of good faith.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those of our Subscribers who have received their Accounts by Post will please forward the amount either to the Agents or to the Office at once, especi ally those in arrear. The amounts are comparatively small, but, being so very numerous, it is almost impossible to send a collector to collect them. The publication of ' The Journal" entails, a heavy weekly "expenditure, in the pay ment of which there cannot be any delay., Therefore Subscribers willplease forivard the amount of their "accounits promptly.
EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
EASTERN MARKET. Aug. 18:-Vegetables : artichobes, ground, ljd per lbt; beet, 6d to 8d per dozen; bouquets, is to Ss do; cabbages, 8dd to 2s do; cauliflowers,;2e to 4s do ; carrots, 6d to 84 per dos bunches; ieelery: Is. Gd to 3s 6d per dozen eticks; erecs, water, 8d per doz bunches; garlic, '2d to 3d per lb ; horseradish, ts Gd to 5s per doz sticks; lettuces, 6d to 9d per dozen marjoram, T8d per dozen hunches; mint,' Gd tols. do; onions, dried,;12e. to lSs. per ewt; do., green, Gd. to 8d bunches; parsley, Gd to 86 do ; parsnips, 8d to Is do; potntoe, 3s to 4s Gd per towt; pumpkino, 3s to 10a per. dozen; radishes, 4d to 6d per doz bunches; sage, Gd to 9d do; shallots, 2d to 3d per lb; spinach, 2d per Ib; thyme, 6d to 8d per doz bunches; turnips, Gd. to Sd.l per dozen bunches.: Fruit;; Almonds, ?d per lb.; apples. dese?t Sad 'per lb. do., cooking, So .to lis 6d per bushel lemons: ls to 28 per dozen ; oranges,; 70s to7s:'G6d pet case; pears, 21d to Sid per lb. Dairy Produce: Bacon Sd t...
BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. ft Saturday, August 18.: :, Present: Councillo°rs Gibb ?? u son, Connor, :Dore, Collier, Barry3, ; flu anan, and Hanley;: The minutes of previous "imeetilng wers t ad and confirmed. t ANNUAL MEETING . t The mnnaul "iseeting for the.'election;of b resident for the next twelve montlis was 3 Id. Councillor Connor moved, seconded by ouncillor Hanley, that the sum of '25b he c ted to the Presidenit 'ho should .be e ected for expenses:'Carrie; l ' On the motion of Councillor Gibb, se- e ndcd by Councillor. Connior; Councillor ourke was unaniilously elected President i r the ensuing year. . . '.: The newly-elected' President returtied l anks, and moved a vote of thanks to the to President (Councillor Gihb) for 'tlie ,aner in which he li had discharged the ,ties of his oflice.-Seconded by Councillor allier, and carried. t ORDINARY, MtEETIN'GO. cORItESaPONDENCE. From 'W. Horner, Scoresby, asking per- a ission to cut a drain along Iis 'roperty, i Horner's road.-On the m...
MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. 18th August, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
'MOR GINT': SHIRE 'COUNCIL. ;; 8thAugust1tp77 ;: "Present Councillor Baxter ,n; ju: 'e 1le0t), Councillor ;Baxtetr sonY::o;r ung Lancashire, Goidon Downward Jones; and Si't : miiiidutes ofp~revious Lmecting and election of President 'ere read and coni :I.The fjllowirig, correspondenco ;was read : From J. Threinder asking for a testimonial 1 testifvmn to his ability as tlie Council s C;:; Gouncillor:'Jones moved:, eonded "by Councillor Peddle 'that Mr; Thriader receive a tetimonial; certifying to his ability a. "as; Rate Collector:;;; . . ..... ,,:"., '.,_:. , Tho votimn was .For the motion, the President,' Councillors' Jones, Y~oung, and Peddle; aidfinst. Coniiicillors"Bater, sea LancashireGordoni; iand Downwardi li President gave his casting.votein favor.of the motion.. . 1ran Preston Parson asking'permission tot ua post i fronit ofhis premises in: Main., stret.- ,- Granted .on' motion of Counn: cillors Lancashireanid Gordo nfi F ;i.;'rbm Catlieriin Jame, asking, for further assist...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 18th August. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
.CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUCI\CL: Saturday, 18th August.: Present=-The President (Jas.-Lecky.Esq. J. P.), . Councillors Patterson, 'L~ecky, Howard, Facey Greaves. The minutes of p?revious:! meeting were read nid confirined. k - Councillor Lecky brought ip the Finance report, recommending payments amounting .to £15 il0s. 10d. ?and the Council adjourned for half-an-hour; Outward correspondence ' as rea?d hnd approved. SCOIOESoEPOeDENK . From Donald McLeilan; asking to, have fifty.chains of drein on road near liis pro perty cleared, offering to 'do the work at 8d. per chain: On motion- of Councillors Patterson 'and Lecky' it 'was decidoed that the-Engineeraend one of the Co'uncillors of the riding ; inspect and: report.whether the work was not the work of the, present contractor.i , Fronm Henry.Beattie, of.' Mount ,.itken, making en appointment with the Engineer --The Secretary stated he loiidarraned: an initerview.R-Received: From William Lylal, stating-that e'ie as willing to submit to the...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LoNDox, July 6. (From oer Own Correspondent.) Domestic affairs continue to be over shadowed by the interest taken in the Russo-Turkish war, even although England retains hor attitude of neutrality in the struggle. The Russian forces have effected a lodgment on the south bank of the Danube, and the nmws of some great battle between the oppos ng armies is daily expected. The Turks in Bulgaria have shown neither skill nor ener y, but in Asia Minor the latest accounts credit them with some military success. Our ironclad fleet has been ordered lack to Beiska Bay, at the mouth of the D rdanelles--the station it occupied last winder when the Constantinople Con ference lvegan. This "move" pleases the friendls ef the Turks as much as it dis. pleases lie enemies; and our Government will no' doubt soon have to explain the object of this naval demonstration, which would seem to be dictated by jealousy or distrust bf Russia. There is still an: un-, steadiness and an ...
The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
x niit ?t Q of rr a!. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 18i77::. ':? In our report of the proceediig&'bf the Ciiihb'ou·'rn Coiincil'iveftpblish iiifull tii report brought:up by the° comnimission re cently appointed to' eqniqrein'r the aile gations made igsiis?t the Shi're : ecetairy and Engineer, by Mr. ,Lyall. iThe report is very carefully prepared, and, ini :efect; is iitended to.satisfy all; concerneddruibit whether it will do so.or not we are not in a position to say. ,We do not need to saiy that Mr. Dtimaresq did not :deserve, .such aspersions tobetlirowvn upion himri the Council have periodically taken the oppor: tunity of paying: him such coripliments` as only a first-class competent man could merit. Howl it'caime:to pass that they in this case transferred their legitimate functions 'to enquire into these allega tions to a commission, we cannot iunder: standr Howe?er, thee business- is` now done, and it is uinnecessary, to again refer to 'why it was so. -The :mistake the Counci...
GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 11th. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, (Chairman), J. Bellin, W. C. Watts, and J. Watts J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
'GARDINER -POLICE COURT.i'; ;z - SSturday,: August 11th. Before Messrs. R.- G Benson;, (Chairman), ? J.: -Bellin, :W._ C.. Watts,' ,,and ,J. ,r, Watts J:P's; . i Seventy ;persons of the genus woodns e carter, " the majority of whom liailed-fromF.4 Mulgrave ' and adjoining ,districts) '+wereibu:, brought' up at this Court' by Cdnstable , ' Waters fore having: no control, -no '-namne;,: and no lights on their vehicless after sunset;r and were fined from Ss. Gd. t 10s. each; r those that did not' appear 'being mulcted in'"[i the higher amouit. The total, am-onnti of : the fines was'over £-11l' :i iAnnie lBoxhill summoned her lord 'and master, William' Albert Boxhill ;for'mainte-;if nance of his child born ih wedlock--an'un;-'i happy marriage- the. old :talej marry ain' haste, repent' at' leisutre:'Defendant,??a beardless youth of an ippnarent age of seven-;, teen;. althoug, he erepresents himself. to be' " twenty, statedl that- he had:earned 30s a o week as a laborer at:the Caulfield r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
THE PROVINCIAL & SUBURBAN BANK .:(LIMITED.). A BRANCH of the abeo Bank is iow OPEN at tandenong for.tbh transaeiont of General Banking Business, under the management of Mr. W. B. Brocklebank. . S . H. WII'LIS, General Manager. Head Office, 28th June, 1877. to ROBIN HOOD, AT SHERWOOD, ,CRANBOURNE. D OBIr HOOD, by Granite, by Tonebhtone; out of Kathleen Mavoarneen.: by Prince Patrick, by Rory O'More.. He is a rich brown. 16 bands, strong, compact, combines strains of stout blood, well adapted to get Hacks, Roadsters, and Useful Hories that are so much in demanid;::..: Tass-- nfares left with the Horee, £~ 10o., if not, £2. Plenty o Grass and Water. Every care, no responsibilit, . O R Svoan TOM PERRIDGE. ' To Stand this Season, Tihe DUKE OF EDINBURGH At the Station of the undersigned, on the CARDINIA CREEK, About Nine Miles from Dandenong. SIRE: Prince Charlie, imported from Scotland by CA theJIfesrs. Mackintosh, where he had been exhibited deven times, and gained seven first'p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. Twenty Words, for One Insertion .. ... s? Iwenty to Thirty Wordo s;do ... ... 2 Thirtyto Forty Words, do .. - ... o Above Forty Words, atthe rate of - per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Dtsoourc upon all Advertsements appearing for Three Months. Advertisements must specify on the face of thorn the number of inssrtions, or they will be "continued and charged fora till counteimanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. Advertisements con only be discon tinued by written orders. DIRE CTOTR0Y. Solicitors MILLEI, THOMAS. 64 Litt.e Collins street east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. utclhers I'INNIGEH, JOHN; General Family Butcher Rowena Parade; Richmond. iscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, oppositeArgyle' square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. urveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Anthorised Surveyor under Transfer of uanil ...
DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 August 1877
DANDENONG. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From a Correspondent.) A football match was played in the Dan- denong Park on Saturday last between the Dandenong and East St Kilda clubs which resulted in an easy victory for the latter, the result being at five o'clock, East St. Kilda five goals, Dandenong nil. It may not be out of place to mention that the Dandenongites would do well with more &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; practice in the park instead of kicking in the street. The first of the eason 's entertainnients in aid of the DilidionIc g'i Mechanics'" Insti. tute was lheld on Fridiy evoni Liasti bht we are sorry to say was not at all well pad tronised., :iMr. Commi of Berwick, kindly exhihitedl his " panorama. Amongst the views 'were someo very good ones of the townships ;of Dandenong and Berwick, which do the artist great credit. The read ing by Mr Rodd of " Mrs Caudle's Lectbre on the making of Mr Caudle a Freemason," was very well rec...