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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. An accident; fihihel might havcI'tenrmnated fatally, happened a. fewdays since'to a young, man nmoed Culliigford., It' appears that he was cutting hazel scrnb on the' farm: of:Ar. D. Crichtoa of Gembrook' when a large piece of timber which he was eotting flaw back,} strikiing hint in the face, breaking some small bones below the eye, and serioaely injuning hi> ja.. It rwas fortunate that there was a men working withina short distanco of him, who. not hearing the sound of his ale, went to look for him, and found him lying on the gronnd insensible. Aresietace was at once procured, and the unfortunate man was then removed to a selector's house and attended to. Thie caee'shows how trndesirablo it is for a man to work alone in .the sernb where a similar accident might occur at any moment. It has been notified in the Government GOanete that Mr. Wim. Camron, of Cranbourne, har been appointed a magistrate in the Central Bailiwiek. Duiring the oeek ending August 11th, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

A BLooD FaTrtrJEza.-Persons whose bleod is thin and watery cannot stand the least exposure, and are extremely liable to be attacked by mltaria, by coughs and colds, which are easily aggravated into bronchitis and consumption, and by those derange ments of the stomach, bowels, and sensitive organs, which are caused by abrupt changes of weather. The sure way to avoid the danger is to enrich the circulation wilh that admirable blood fertiliser, UooLrao WoLrs's SCHIDntat ScHAIrr. "TasorT AvArrorDse AD HoABeansAe.-All suffer ing from irritation of the throat and hoareeness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief ailorded by the use of "Browsn'i Bronchial Troches." These famous "losenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at is lid. per box. People troubled with a haklagr cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial afectlons'can not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowe to progrets, result in serious Plm ary and Aethmatlo affections. See th...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 18th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs. W. R. Looker and Jordan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday,1 August 18th. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs. W. R, Looker and Jordan, J.P. Wm. Marwick was fined 2s. 6d. and Jas. Harvey 5s. for having no control over their horses. Edward Pomerry and Thos. Kimball were charged with using insulting behaviour.- Both defendants'7came to the township for stores, and unfortunately stored in sufficient beer to make them irritable. The result was a stand-up fight, which necessitated the interference of a constable. Neither defen dant looked very pugilistic, and it is pro bable that on this occasion they ass~imed a virtue which they did not posseas.'-They professed to be penitent, and' vere; lIt off with a fine of 6s. each. Thompson and Foster v. Armstrong; goods,, £6 2s. 8d.-Order for atmouat and lOs. costs. Charles Glossop, better known as" M monite Charlie;" was summoned by hiia. vulnerable spouse, Mary Glossop, to uvF cause why a-warrant of imprisonment should not issue for disobeying an order, of the Court ma...

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BLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

:BLansr .-Tall Yankee (just arrived)-" Gnes. your legal fare is just sixpence ?" Dublin carman ' Sure, me lord, we take some chaps jacks at that; but I would not disgrace a gintleman av y'r lordship's quality he drivin' him at a mane pace t'rongh the ,ublic streets; ea I tukupon myself to give y'r lord clip a ahillin's worth both av stoyle and whipcord !" When James T. Brady, the celebrated lawyer of New York, first' opened a lawyer's office, he took a basement room which' had been occupied by a cobbler. :He was somewhat annoyed by the previous nenpant'e callers, and irritated by the fact that he hid few of his own. One day an Irishman entered. "The cobbler's gone, see," he said.. "I should think he had," 'tartly responded Brady. + '. And ;chat do you' sell?" he said, looking at the solitary t.ble, aid a few law books. "Blockhieads, " reepon 'led Brady,'" Bi gorra," said the Irishman, "ye nest be doing a mighty fine business-ye ain't' got 'ut oneleft." CoCUiso:N ow 'A SEMONees' TO Y...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

CORRESPONDENCE . Our columns are open for the discussion of aall guostiono wshic ore not ofa sectarian character. , W ie oisck i to be distinctly understood, hoicever, that too do not identify ourselies ocith too opinions ecrpressed byp our: correspond?nets.All'communeations for in, sortion must be t aioiroedto tho Editor, and contain the name and ciadrcs of toecroitor, a0 guarintee oJ good faith. 'v t:THL SCORESBY ELEOTION; ". S To the Editor of 7the South urke and dorneington Journal Szn,-In yours of the 22nd I see a letter signe, Sobert Nixon,":'and uchi' letter ab nly a moirn Solomon could compose. Therein he blames th1 editor for printing ono signed "'A Scorehy Voter.' For' hie(Mr. Nikon's) edification ho wihlfind the name of the Scoresby oter. appended to this letter' 't goes on to empty hie -fonl stomach about the 'Dobsons," and tile money they have cost thte Cohunil 'or Riding for election expenses, and s~ay T'lhey ale not done yet." : I will pass my word,to' Nixon that they...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

To the Editorof the South lourke and .lolrinte ? ,-I have seen tha latteryo rr t eny, en2portedb5 ths :md6 crby Voter. IcPn rs blance whatsoever. This letter is found some people Fay. This elector doas not j quite undoratand voting. He ey somein person made this known. He mt Lhava e'a opera; under some delusion. From what?a O eTy,!lih imaginetion has been fatal to his Ile i caught at last. No doubt but heish e~as0 the names for blind voters, ad nod?b appointed. He keeps behind the , eno t gives a stab in tIh dark. I think, "r.1 t Ett Laid as mucl attentiownto hi own huusine to my int?tligeqnce and eteem; it might bs thiyr ltim,' N'ow, air,thinetpoentfi int elligent isji?it the:man to jump into my boots net I.et I do not think he has got the soral eono =peaks about my ability and graeltulnee , 19r, inyeelf that I am ia? well to be seen as him able to manage my own business, if Ir . I.lector could have done that sa.ne 0 mig t ecu in a position that would oenitle hite 'egaliy o thoe vo...

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PRESIDENTIAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

PRESIDENTIAL DINNER.. '',.A very neat and well-appointedespre'ad was 'given hby'tlie newly appointed President of. the Da ddenong ,Council; Councillor.Rodd, at thle iBidgejHotel, on Saturday ;evening list: The 'tables ?ere covered with every thing th?t could be desired, reflecting credit on the taste oi f tlicaterer- r" UIislier" The Presidents and. Secretaries of the:, various surrounding J. Shire , Councils ; liad ; been invited,, bnti,probably, owing :to:. Sturday evening being. fixed upon, the assemblF was not so large aos swas ,;expected, The?Piesi dent occupiedthe: chair and CouncillorAt:. teniliorough li the vicechalini.r Justidceihaving been done to the variety of eatables, on the cloth beinig removeid the chairman gave the iisual loyal; toasts:-Thle V:ice-President gave " The'Army,~Navy, Land, Volunteers." Colonel Huitton responded on behalf. of the army,,in' which lie had. served ,for seventeen years.; ; He ialso ,spoke in praise, of,,our volunteer: force, ??with: which he...

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THE LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

THE, LOVERS. Two loversstrolled in Bilkin' Square:::.i : : . As twilight's shades came softly stealing,':: When all at once Angnstus George Before the lovely, maid was kneeling. ' " Oh! love," she said,- Arise thee now 1" '0 Her wondrous eyeslove's light revealing, The people going peast wRill see! S Try and suppres your amonmus feeling I" Alphoneo bowed his head so pink,.. - ? SAnd seaid, " For me there is no healing; .Alail no love tale can Itell, I slipped on that'(blank) orange peeling I" - I-'Tis even so with mortals frail, . , . As down life's path they're sadly reeling,. ? 'Twi: t cop and lip there's many a slip, Although 'tis but on orange peeling! Punch.

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Morning[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

To the Editor of the South Bourke nn! TMornintt ; Sem?R.-Iim the voter ireferred toowhhahtt?. and I will simply sjte the facts of the I, tib the Scorcaby booth on the day of pý record "myj three vote?. 1 may state thottlh 'went into tile booth'with me, which no doubte, Rdfurniing' Officer 'an itrde as to hoa I - to vote. I never asked Returineg 0 tomn;in with.e, .but hie camein if: a sifio;itho?u da ing.a ,word, took the pen j scratebed both Dobseon and Bueltley, te'aine, :'-'objected.;4a'I. came to vote for Dob.bn scrutineer for Dobson then secured the pap. Returning officer Nixon supplied fresh cne" Editor,thlo'eonductof Returning Olilcer wau d tall Supiposing I had not been able to read would have been the consequence. The would have been puttin the ballot box, and ln jiavo been under the.impression that I had rtpjl Dobson wh'en my votes went to sneel the re for Returning Officer's pet candidate. In conlnd pope for the sake of the distriect generally li '?` ' lto ast tine'e that ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE BLIND BOY'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

;SELECTI POETRYi .THE f LD BOY'S DREAM. . Z had ahappy dream,' . I thought that I could see, And that a heavenly beam Was shining bright on;me ; And[when it lit my eyes;;. It made them as before, A" d I could see the skies And thse wh e mle adore . . . ? An; I could see again ' : : ,: The day's most beauteous light Shine on a flowery plain, Where all things sparkled bright,' W here birds of every hue Bang sweetly in the trees, And radiant flowers threw Their perfume to the breeze. I1 started in my bed, But, a Ibl to see no beam, The lovely scene had fled, 'Tw but a blind boy's dream;, And yet I feel thatEe . " o Who darkened these poor eyes .: Again will let me see. S.That scene up in the Ekies. For, th'oghiny eyes are dark ad'day's tome a night;, 4" Within me glowsa a spark Tha4 makes el feel he ightl; By h ich I clearly Fe Great glories round me moll,;:pwye m Whrwch aeep away fsom me The darknessof myrEoUinl

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JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

:..JUV MNILE IND(18TId L EXTlrlTIorl To the Editor of the S. B. and J.orniagton J, -r Sir,--Will you-allown me, through yoer m-ai :addries a few lines to the young on bhaif at: tended exhibition? 5Iy young friends-Ther? .tf -regulations is now published foryour infern and I hope you will carefully read it thrcgi drawing your attention to it, allow me to tar great care'.has been taken in framing it, re executive ;committee have given much ? to 'e~bae Iall supposed Irticles that may hp pared for exhibiti Bit ahonild any omiurtia oieeiGnide, 'or any part be not'quite cuarm, apply -to nie by 'tetter or personally, :i nformation required shall have mny hert rr If you desire to exhibit any artiele'not eream it oan be entered' in claesrf24. I hope everyr p?erroi in the district ilri"maike an attempt h: form to prepareen exhbt, and thus showtheti at large and tllhe neighboring colonies that thi ond. ginlsof Riehmlnondthavo. eergy, tln industry. Do not look on with indifference, hi Tour:best...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING?; Twenty IWords, for One Insertion Iwentyto Thirty Words, do ... ... 2s ThirtytoFortyWords, do ... . above Forty Words, at the rate of Be per inch, if Sc One Insertion only. A large Dosoour upon all Advertisements appearing for T? e Months. Advertisements most specify on the. face of them the number of.insertions, or they will be continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior topublication. Adrertisements can only be discon tinued by written orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Litte Collins street east, Melbourne; and Sannyside' Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Butchers PINNIGEB, JOHN, General Family Bunther, Rowena Parade, Richmond. ,iscellaneomls J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car. digan street, opposite Argyle sOare, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street lSurveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Aunthorised Surveyor under Transfer of ceand Statute, Pakingt...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

ARRIVAL AND ,DEPARTURE OF THE- ENGLISH MAIL.. SLeaves Melbourne. A/rrires Melbourne. September 4- September 18 October ,4 - : October 16.. November 1' 'November 18 ' November 29 December. 11: December 27

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FARM WORK FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

,FARM IWORK FOR SEPTEMBER M'-llfangolds:-i t it ss a mistake to use' Uis root in?winter feeding to the extent usually',:: followed ;, in, preferehce: to consuiing, it 'in: the liot summer niontlis: Choose a dryspbt and as close to the feeding sheds or yards : as possible Dig. s?pit out; the len'ith diid breadth "necessary, and after pulling the '. roots( "top" them. 'When the e'ap is: finished` overý up with' a good thickness 'of strawi, grass, or any similar interial; and tlhen finish with '' coat of earth-the" spit-: taken fromn the bottom comes in' handy here. Buckl Wheat is a spring crop, 'and can be sown it any time' this month and next. " It regire s'a' dry, seed bed. A bushel per : r"eri is safficieit seed, and it yields"from b 5 to 30 bushels. Chicory.--The demand for this root-is o? the increase.. Chicory. will:r?I.io upon any land appropriate for parsnips, carrots, &c. .deep black soil or ch'ocolte loamiis will suit it.Thlree pounds of goodl eeddrilled tiwo' feet a...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. -0 •-DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 25. , Before Mr. Temlpleton P.MI., and Messrs. Keys a'id Rodd J.P. In a case, Egan and Clarke v. Davis, it was stated to have been settled out of Court. .QUE:ER" NEIoinoRs.-. In the. cases of Harbrow v. Hall, and Hall v. Harbrow, there •were a variety of cases and cross-cases, as is- usual in neighbor's quarrels.. The first was Mary Harbrow v. Geo. Hall.: Mr. T. Miller appeared for" defendant, and: Mr. Lowe for complainant, Mrs:.Harbrow, .who bein" sworn, stated that on 20th instant she met defendant on the road : He stopped her and asked what was it she-had been saying about him, and threatened what lihe vould do to her husband, using improper language. Denied having said anything- about him, and told him she would tell ler.:husband. To Mr.' Miller : Tiere was no other person present.. Did not ::sy she would get her husband to :take it out of him as he came back.--In the next:case the plaintiff George Hill,? swoirn'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

FLOnILIE I-FoE Ta. TEETHm AND BREATB.-A few drops of the liquid .I tiorline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all paraeite or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whitenems, tnd a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes il unnpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. The -.FragrantiFloriline," being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is deli cious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2e. 6d., of all Chemlita and Per famrs., Prepared eanry Q . Ga?cA , 493 OfoI ret, Lond.m, 6708.M . Who Cuts Your Heir7 WHY T. K EN NEDY, G8 Simpson's Road, 1orlh Richmond, Where cleanliness and attention are to be had. RETAIL TOBACCONIST. weramS Medical. Caution to the Public. THE deplorable effects which have followed the use of vile compounds, sold under the name of " SBhnapps," should prove a caution to the public ...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, August 25. Present: The President (Mr. A. W. Rodd), and Councillors Keys, Attenborough, Hutton, Egan, Potter, Smartt, and Orgill. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

;DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL... Saturday, August 25. Present' The President (Mr. A. W. Rodd) ,.and Councillors' Koeys" .Attenboroiuli ;:mHuttoni, `::.Eg i Potter, S einsrtt; and tpa Orgill: Tlhife i.inutes of previsuo' metin~i 'and outward correpslozndenco apprrvcd. CORREiSPOhDIE?NCE. ;,In reforence to a letter forwarded by tihe Secretary to Mr. Harwood,' ato irmval of a gate, it was: tesolved -that iif ;the igatet:is not'"einseed: proceeedin be t once takeni to scoupel liimfi to dso. s From .1 H. Claton, solicitor, on behalf of .Mr. Beilby tlhreatening :prbceedings. if thed Council allowed a ditch to remain. A letter, on, same subiect .from. Mr J W. Beilby ,as read.- Counciillo6r, Potter re peted the ssitbstsnce ot f report made: on the subject somletimie sinice and. Councillor Attenboroiin? li said ithlttlithe letters from'Mr.: Clayton and. Mr.. Beilby: wore cectirely different, and' u seemed to 'deal Swijt.th,.th natter from' a :different ?iointof; view, Received. . ": : . ,s?.ý??:,,...

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C A B! [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

From my earliest youth I was taught to b egard 'cabmen asbirds of prey. I was led to consider that their hande were against every man, and every man'e hand oughtto be against them in self-defence. I was forbidden to attribute their husky voices to anv thing but mniiimted indulgence in common spirit uous liquors. The red noEes that I saw peeping frotm under the broad-brimmed hats, and over beehive looking caped great colets, were never a id i my hearing to arise from expoeore to weather.' When I was sent on a solitary journey-perhaps to school-in S'foinrwheeled hackney-coach or cab, I always heard a stern voice bargaining withil the driver before I was placed inside;' and I looked upon him tihrough the maill window in fronit, during the ahort intervals when Iiras w iot being jerked from corner to corner of the far too spacious vehicle, as a dan?erou sogro who might leap down and devour me at any moment. When I grew up to attain the, gay, thoughtless position of a young man about town...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

A: ctions. > PRELIMINARY NOTICE._ Township of New Berwick. EGAN &, CLARKE Are instrcnted by Robert Ker, 43 Bourke street west, as agent for James Gibb, EEq., of Berwick, to SELL by AUCTION on an early day, of which due notice will be given, 67 BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, in the Township of New Berwick, having frontages to streets one chain wide, abutting on the Railway reserve, close to the Berwick Station, also, to High street, Berwick, (Main Gippstand road), opposite Rain's Hotel, and to other important road-. From the advantages of the situation and suitability of the grond for building purposes, these allotments most command the attention of business men and others about to settle in this rising neighborhood. For plans and further particulars apply to Mr. Bain, Bain's Hotel, Berwick; to the auctioneers. Dandenong; or to Mr. Robert Her, estate agent, 43 Bourke street wenl to DANDENONG, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 18th, 1877. EGAN and CLARKE iJAVE received instructions from Mr. P. Mee...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 August 1877

ýettinutb 3autke D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1877.. : 3IR. BERRY'S financial proposals are now aefore the country, and we regret to say that we think them to be of the most mischie cous character. His paltry meddling:with the Tariff is generally condemned even by hose who profess to be his supporters, and on every side we find various guilds or trades appointing d4putations to wait on him and show that this or that change would be disadvantageous. Much' has been said at various times about the im portance to the working classes of what is called "a free breakfast:table," -'meani.g the removal of a duty which even in large families does not amount to more than 2d or 3d a week; we for our own part do not ihink it would be judicious to abolish the raxes on tea, coffee, or sugar; they fall but lightly on all classes, are easily c'l lected, and yield a large revenue; but Mr Berry's supporters generally clamour for it, as it is part of thir political creed; it was in Mr. Berry's power to ha...

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