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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

In reply to the application for efficient officers of the British army to report on the defences of Australiau ports, the Earl of Carnavon has telegraphed to Sir Hercules Robinson. The telegram states that R..M. Lat?ri, commanding the Royal.Engineers at' Gibraltar, and Colonel Scratchley, director of. works at Woolwich Arsenal,; have been selected for the office, and will saiL for Australia next month. Mr. F. Dutton; an old South Australian colonist, who was Agent-General for tliatcolony, has died in London from erysipelas. -Mr. H. B. T. Strang?vays, another old resident of South Australia; now in Eagland, has applied for tlhevacant office.--Agc. Mr. L. L. Smith intends contesting Rich imond at the coming election. The Old Colonists Society lihas altered,. their rules so that, twenty, years'. residence in" the colony constitutes qualification for membership.. - - On Monday" evening the body of a newly born childi was found in the lagoon near Emertdl Hill. A , an disappeared on Sunda...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL, S ;Wednesday,. 24th January. ?Pr?sent4i?Te Mayor, and Councillore Knipe,7Johnson, Atkyns, Molloy, Hellicar, Denny, andm Wallen. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence outwards read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. T.PFrom M. J. Phelan, lion. Sec. of the "Mutilated Orphan Boys' Fund," askinu assistance on behalf of a boy whose hands were cut off by a reaping nmachin? Received. . :i Fron Mr. iDo ole, complaining of a nuisance: caused by emptying a receptacle iiito' a cart, at the entrance of the Glenferrie road, at G615, ?.r.--Referred to the In. "sVector `of Nuisances, to enquire from 31r. De Mole the particulars of the case. From the Licensed Victuallers' Asso. ciation, requesting the co-operation of the Council,. in enforcing the law relative to Suinday trading.-Received. From T. Vasey, Secretary of the Colling. 'wood Gas Company, stating that the lamp in Glenferrie road.will be supplied with sno ...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, January 27. Present, the President (James Gibb Esq.) and all the Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

BERWICK SHIRE COUACIL. S'Satiirday, January 27. Present, the President (James Gibb Esq.) : and all the Councillors. The minutes of previous meeting were i'ead and confirmed and outward correspon" dence approved. CORRESPONDENCE. ':From. Education Department, accepting the bffer of tlie Council to compile infoern tion required in reference to the children 'inoti;attending Stato schools in the districi for the sum of £20.-Received. From. Cranbourne Shire Council, asking tbe Council to join in draining the spring on the Boundary road between 3lessrs. Palmer's anid MicDonalel's land, by insert. ing a lbox culvert and deepening the outlet on-the'north side of the road, which would cost about £12 ; also sayin, that in the event of tlie Berwick Council forming the flat leading from O'Connor's road towards Ir. O'Shea 'sproperty, that Council wvould bori· tlihe portion south of the Boundary road ; informini the Council that its shireL df the proposed work would cost about £10. nIt Jwas decide...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 27th January. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., W. Looker, and J. Jordan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

OAiKLEIGIi POLICE COURT. S Satuiday, 7th January. Before Mr. Templeton,. P.M., W. Looker, j .?: aundJ. Jordin, J.P.. . Thompson and Foster v. Joseph Pitcher; goods, £1 Os. ld.-Settled : S .ine v .Dr.:,Crooke; goods, £1 "13s. 5d. Settled. Sarnme v. ..Wilson, goods, £5.17s. ld. Settled. I ?ary Glossop v. Charles Glossop; dis-. obeying an order of-the Court.-Orderedl to be imprisoned tiiltLcoh plied with. i Shire of Oiikleigh, v,,Michael. Kelly, Niicolas'Barry, Patrick Fawknier, Richard Vaughan,i Edward Worsley, Winm. Gessner; rates.-Settled. John Bates v..Thomas Tullock; trespas. sing with cattle. Fired 10s. and. £2 ?s. SCostsi' t t aou SThs Court then a'djournei.,l

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

CORRESPONDENCE, (Our coltumn arc open for thc discosion ofoll questioso schich aro not of a sectarian character. Ie wishI it to o distincty, understood, howeoer, that ecc do not idcentify ourselves with ~the opinions. eapressed :t 'our correspondens. AU co cio. for. in sertion must ha addressed to the Editor,. atd contain tle nas and address of0the sriter, as a guarantee of good faith.

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 16th January. Before the Mayor, v. Messrs. Taylor and Molly, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

i?HAWTHORN POLICE COURT.. T. .. . ¶uesday 16th" Jlanuary. T 6:Bcfore the Mayor, v. Messrs. Taylor and Molloy"J.P. Constable 'Brennan 'v. :John Keniedy ; driving without lights.-Fined -s. Gd. and "s. Gd' costs: . .:: . ~ Same v. George Riddle; driving without lights:--Fined ýs:.Gd: and os. Gd. costs.

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

M ESSRS1. . STRETTLE d Co's. itBPORT." DA i) CAITLi?L-Firot qu?lity, to £11 10 ; second do., £6 15s.. STORE CATTL..-Yearlidgs e, .1l to £2 15s; two years old, £3.; a We have received from Department of Lands and Surey a cop 'ofa reent publication, Iseuel from the Government, Printing Office, entitled "' Lists of Government towns. villages. parishes, counties, cities,' &c., in the colony of Victoria,' and compled by Mr. H. W.t iMeakiV under' the' direction' of Mr! H.'B. Moo e, ?Assistant Surveyor.General. A circular accompanying the volume, which is rather a bulky one, explaine tliat it was ipeepred -for tlheuse of officers in. Government,;Departments, but -it is thought it will also prove of service to the public, and being the means of-obtaining uniformity in the spelline of native words used in theo nomenclature of the colony. + It also- gives a list of ,names of runs in the colony,.bu .it also shows that.the names are tiselets,as a ppended 'td the builkof them, in the col...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

.II MARKET'S. ieASTEN,3blA?REET, 27tO Jnn.:--Vegetables : Basil, Is. per dtz bunchea; beans, kidney, I?d to 2.1 per ii ; bouquetg'4~ to' Ss per dozen; cabbages, 25 to 5a do; carrots, Gd to Is per dos bunches ; cres,' waiter, Gd to SS do; coitiflwers, 2s to 2s Gd do: cucuritberc, 2o ton4s do; borseradish, 2s to 5s per dozen sticks; garlic, 3d per lb ;lettuces, Gd to is per dozen; mar joram, Gd to' 81 dd';minto 64 tob S do; onions,dried 5s to 6s':peri cvt; do, greei,' Gd' to :9d pr dozen bunches;: parsley,6d do';' porooip, 3d to tIs 3d do; potatoes, Ss to os per ewt; do, kidney, to 8a do; rhu barb la0 to Is Gd per doz bunches; radishes, G1 do; asgo; Gd to 8 'do;' shllots, 21 to 3' pei lb ; spioach; 2d to3d per Ib; thyme, Gd perdon bunches ; turnips, 5J. to. Is. per. dozen bunches. Fruit : . Almonds; 2d per ..1:; apicoto, 2d to 31 do.:; appes,, de.asrt, 13 to 23 do.: do.; 3 ewkoing, 2s to , 4s par boet; i;; fig, 10d to ls 3d per dz; icirrants; 55.per Ib:; gooseberries, 2? to 4d do.; nm...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. - .'DADENONG C:POTLCECObURT.' Sa'' turday, 27th January '' . SBefore: essrs Tei leto6, Attenoroug Kavs nd: ol;. Hiitton. : ~s.'S? "Bb~viniiih'd Co::' . Cha Davis; d ibods 'sold £i3 ( t: Id;'No' appearince. I' Tlie Codirt tlihen aijb6urned.' .. .,.;: .,,: ;..:.: . . . . . . + .. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

i'Aiaood o 3oaiii?rn!a'-Are you broken in your ree - by a sick child suffering with ihd pain' of ?utting teeth ? Go at once.to a ehemist:arid get a bottle of Mrs. Winslw'se Soothing Syrup.?: It wtill relieveathe poor sufferer immediately. It iseperfecellyharmless and pleaoantato taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from paind,and tha little e?ernb awakes ,'as bright as abutton.'" It soothes the child, it .softensm the gums;! allays' all pain,.relieves wind, rigulates .the bowels, and is the best known. remedy for dysentery; and' diarrho, ':whether arsiang from eotihing or other causes. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at; a. lid._per_bottleo. .lanufactured. at- 493-0xford asreet, London -. -: . .; ,ri,"-:- . F ioniii.. fFo· .Tnsa 'TeTl rit , Bne.rl-- g e:w drops of the liquid 1!.Florlinu" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasiant lather, which thoroughly cleaonse the teeth from tall parasites or itputities, hiar...

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CRICKETING JOTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

S CRICKETING;JOTS. :, A miatch was played between the Brandy Creek a~id B]uln .Bulnhi Cricket'.Club on Saturday, 20th January?, 1877, whlich re sulted in an easy victory :for the former, iwhlio ent -their opponents:.in one iniings ild it88 riins to runs to spare. ,Gabbatt .iith' 52 being the highest scorer for the Brandy Creek Cricket Club, and the bowling of YouingDavies, Greenaway,' anid Dahl iwas very good. Mr.' Younig ,captainied," tGe Brandy Creek, and Mr. Higgs; the iBui Builn team. . The following: is the score: .IBIRANDY Clii EEK ?FIRST INNI?S' : i Greenaway ..: ... 9 ,Rtn out b McVair Davies . .. ... 1 Ditto ditto.. G.tbbatt ... - ... 50 Dilto, ditto. elll ...... 3 Caught,, ditto Charsley .. ...13 Dittoditto W.Illt' Dahl ... .. ... 4 Ditto, diito R. Higge Dwyer .- : ... 8 Nou out Young .. ...8 Bowled ditto. Plumridge ... ... . Ditto ditto. Towers .. .;., BRun out, do' W. Hall Iostock ... ..]..0. Boled Braithwaito Suudrics . 20 total ..120 . iSULN.BULN--FIRST NItNIOS.. , .;;...

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DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

,DAI'DE N ,G.,, (Froil a CoGf espobdcnt) Dandenong is dry, very dry, much vorse so thau I :ever saw?vit before' It's noted reen grass-proverbliial I shouild. hiive siid -'is getting very' biroin a'd'scorlieid in ap p'iiraince. The donly" redeeming' fehtire in the district is the splendidd grass 'of the Car'runm,'where it is' free from 'the'teat~ree and scrub. People are even there driven 't 'their wits end to know .what: to d.shiould this, drought. continue much longer., ,It is devoutly, to be hoped:that.,the threatening appearance will eventuate in a :downlill: of rain to quench the thirsty soil.. Enough of the lugubrious. : t.. :' , ::;.-.. .- -.,-. i, :..;:, The Dandenong branch of the Free Trade Lengue elected their officers it i meeting held on Saturday last as follows, 'viz.: President,. Col. Hutton i :Vice-President. .Thos.: Attenborough .Esq., - President ' of Shire i Council '; Secretary, Henrj',Powis Esq,;; J;P. :! !reasurer;:: Weston: 'Phillips Esq., together with a very:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

KIINE R'S 'FACTO (R BOSISTO STREET, RICHMOND, ' E[]OSSESING every, facility, with'theappliarce of U. Steam Power and Machinery for the Manufac tare and Repair of Musical Instrumentes. English Freinclih iild.German Plianofortes can be thoroughly iepiired?ai t" greatly"reduced 'clarges. S atifaction. guaranteed: ,f Pianos and 'Material on Salei. Baa.' Strings made to order.:: , Any;Description of Piano Manufacturedl Metarlbourne, 1866-67-70 Sydriey, 1870. I3J,.,, rEER?L:ID,. Corner of SW'Ahland GREEI' STREETS H AS ON SALE about One Hundred ad Fifty *ALLOTMENr8 of L'AnD having firorages Clihurch' ' Berli ' Brightbn : '.' ~ Frinkfort May ' Hamburgh' ' Swan' . "' , Amsterdam, Punt road And other'streets. 'At cheap rate,; and terms to smit purchaers These lots are all frontingproclaimed streeta; wiht excellent facilities for drainage,' and may bepaid for by monthly instalments if required. . . r=, ,Title Crown grant. : A'splendid block, about 2f acres, fronting the river next Church stree...

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DEPARTED THIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

'(GContinued faom our last,) ýneearly;ll herthfit~ heew herL+She wae jest a poory yong thing; left without any parentswhen quite a ?yi; s:an~ hewa soe t to the Hall to be taken. care of.,,1 lr.1Westwood-the~;father, of theladies.there pow, .miss--was her, guardian ;.and when sehej was about aeventeen, Msr. Charles, who was a cousin of thefamily, and who,,,theyall nhoped,: would :marry _liseWestwood-MissH yra; you know, :miss-cam down to eta iat the hall, and fell in love with my lMie Katharine, andimarried her, and took her off to where hid regiment was for two years.. And then he was sent away to some foreign place where ther was fighting:going'on; so;he cohld:not take his wife with him; and'shecame'downitolive at: the Hall again with thesIadiesi 'Bute she was ill -and weakly like, poor dear -fretting after;hin; I Isuppose. e: So'they took her off toiFrance; lomewhere; but 'heh soon. died, ad tthenuthey brought':her, LAck here in her coffie'; %lit ,hes wasn's buried at 'once, miss....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

LOCAL"' INTELLIGENtCE. -0-- The l in onvenience of tho Ilawthorn Council not meeting at the appointed time ,was illustrated on ~Wednesday e"nmrig' last, whie~tlio t ap lication of W. Alner for.arlinlghlterinigrlittrise was under dies cu.slon. Mr. Alner.not .being present, the Mayor euggested that the application could not be ;enter. tiiinedi "but Councillor 'KSipe,' in recommeniding that the application eshould.be dealt with, stated that it was quite possible, that Mr. Alner had been present a tthe time' appointed, but that in 'coneqcence of finding the Council dii not meet at the time fixed, he had lost patience, and left the matter for the Council to deal with. ,,Scnooi'Paesic Tr Pautit Iisi.A\.-A pleniant "excursion in the shape of a picnic took place at Cowes, Phillip Island, on ,Thursday lost. The various 'children from .the Bass, Qeenesferry and Corinelta schools, assembled early in the morning atl .Hastings,_whence.they proceeded. by the steamer, ,".Eolip? ' "to Cobes, at whi...

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FATHER MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

.FATHER 3MATHEW. Some time ago it was rumored that a lady in Collingwobod was buried alive. ; 'ihat siiehthlings occur we have variopi'insitaices on' record--indead, we know done man (n6ow, a'Fitzroy publiciin), who' iwas 'll'"bt'lburied alive at sea-but we will here relate a case which is reported in the life *of Fathiei Mathew.' In 182, when 'cholera was layinig Europe waste, "Cork's own town" came in for its 'own share of the plague. Fathlier Mathew .was incessantly 'in 'the Cholera Hospital, and it. so happened while he was attending a young man-whom he knew as a consistent communicant at his own little chapel--he was suddenly called into af adjoining ward to administer the last rites to some other person who was dyin. - " When, the good, priest returned'. to the young man's ward,' he found that he had been removed to. the dead house; 'and hur ryin- to a vault where two carpenters:wera hammering away at coffin-making; he' in quired-where the young man was who had been brought to...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 27th June. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 27th June. Present: The President (Mr.. Atten biorough), Messrs. Keys, Rodd, McVicker, Orgill, Egan, Potter, and Smartt. The minutes of previous meeting were rend and confirmed, and outward corres pondence read and approved. CORRtESI'PODENCE. ' In reference to the sale of ianallotnent in tie township, by Mr. Rudduck, on the motion of the President, secoinded by Coun cillor Potter, it was resolved thlit as the piece of ground was reserved for a water course, the Council objected to the sale of land in question. Councillor Egan said the land was very useful as a reserve. 'The Secretary read a 'report'froii a com mittee as to the erection of swing gates, enumerating the persons who had gates erected. Also suggesting that the obstruc tions on Thompson road be'removed--Thle President explained that the roads for which swing gates had been granted for one year required consideration .There. i.as a roaid on which Mr. Thomas Keys should have a gate one yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

Tenders. SHIRE OF OAKLEIGH. yards to be delivered between the Eastemrn boundary of the Shire and the twelfth mile. post, and 150 yards between there and the West boundary of the Shire. e Specifications may be seen at the office of the Council on and after Monday, the 19th February. The lowest or any tea?` Tie l le iel .: Vbef W. H. VWASTELL, Secretary. SHIRE OF BOROONDARA. A PeL hr i 91 wilL by reeeiedb(the Conncill r; " ? ';this Shtr, addi "o"toG. 1. TavlorE:, President, up to Five o'clock p.m. on Weicnesday, l . 31st inst., from persons willing to TAKE CHARGE ef, the STANDPIPE at Camberwell to the 31st December, 1877. Conditions to be seen at the Shire Hall, Camber well. .(tl :tol u' CHARLES HAINES, Shire'Secretary. -camberzeUl Jsnannar;;lSi7 --s-- a i SHI1RE P1 U\' WADI G. TENDERS, ~dd'rel d tbthoýna.dd nt of thin S ShirO ll hbe recceived up to.Five'o'clock p mi, F?It rslOt?tI-77afetl e fuollwiOng ? ORKS : ýpe:'',_Ciettietnanfi maiidras paLgtteedficnti - o h ret, d nr ' road per ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

;!c $ut1j 33iuRkc r san i " WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1877. FEDERATION of the colonies is not exactly a popular subject, and we are too apt to pass it by lightly, and pay little attention "o& argamtite in'iits:favor, because' itiis : looked upon to a great extent as~little i better than an enthusiast's dream, or at best a remote contingency, about which there consequently is no need ,to trouble 'oirselves, ''ItIis trtie.thatt: i'as. only in ,bbider ; townis wliere -ithe I disad?antges accruing from the want of union are directly. and proininently displayed, hbut, r although the shoe does iiot piinclf us: to the extent it does in'such places;, weshall find if we go deeper into the question that ' our-i"interestsin;the ?sibjectrif -not so apparent, is fully as substantial, or more so, and.that in..common with the, rest of the inhabitants of this ,.continent would reap no inconsiderable share of the benefit to be derivd froi: m federaliza'tion. In thh first place there is the comm...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877

I KEW. BOROUGH GCOUNCIIL: Tiesday 30tli January Present :-The Mayor (Mr: Phipps,) and Councillors .Mellor, Thompson, Marshall, Miller, aiid Barnard. . ! The minutes of previous, meeting:, were read and confirmed; and outward correspon dence 'approved: CORRESPONDEXCE. From Anderson.: a?il Croker, solicitors,r ivith regard to transfer of land in the' Borough, requesting the seal of the Council' &c.-Another letter'was read, stating that. the 'tianfer' fiinm Dein McCartnlieadad, been signed' 'nd redqiestinm' paymnent of pbircha'se money,, £13 1s., with ,cost of perusal. "It was decided that the: Finance Committee take the matter in hand wiitlh regard to payinig the fees, and, if thie committee passed the amount, the Surveyor to remove the fences from theland and take possession. Froni Towni.Clerk, Hawthorn,: orwardin? acmoiiiit of works ieecuted in conjunction with the Kewi Councid on: Barker's :road. Surveyor to report to the Finance Commit tee for payment. :From Ieir Cricket C...

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