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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

FOOTBALL. A match was played on Saturday last, between the members of the Dandenong Football Club and the Coast Club, in the Dandenonu Park. in the presence of a good number of spectators, and at the close of the match the result was that Dandenong scored three goals and the Coast nil. The playing was good throughout; the playing of the Messrs. Cain, Purdy, Hennessy, Smith, Jewess, Evans, and Dobson, being specially commendable. The goals were kicked by Messrs. Evans and Dobson. We are glad to be able to say that the thrashing by the St. Kilda Club appears to have done a great amount of good, as the Dandenong team played better together, and had evi dently taken a leaf out of St. Kilda's book. The visitors, at the conclusion of the game, were entertained at the Bridge Hotel, and left for home shortly after seven o'clock.

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE ENGINEER. To the Editor of the S. B. and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

OAKLEIGH SHIRE ENGINEER. To theEditor of the S. B. and Hornington Journal. Sn,--I see by the report in your valuable paper at the proceedings of the late Council meeting of the Oakleigh Shire, that in consequence of the resignation ,t Mr. Brown the Council intend to retain the services of that gentleman as consulting engineer of th Shire, and to appoint a treasurer and clerk of works Without discussing for the present the advisability of lhe latter appointment, I can only hope that the former has been made meerely out of courtesy to Mr. Brown for his long connection with the Council and .entlemanly behaviour, and that all the consultation .ill consist in the interchange of a few civilities ant .o more; for what earthly use an otfioor living fifty "r sixty miles away from here can be to the Counei. withont paying him travelling expenses I am at a tuoe to auderetaud, while the services of a thoroughly filcient and competent engineer near at hand, by joiuing some of the neighbouring sh...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

To the Editor of the South Bourke and. Morninglon Journa :?I,-I aw a letter eigned John. Bell in your iteua f 29th August, whi6ch lette is fnot a true statement: fohd Bell did iikbfoi assiatuo.?i The Returning Offierasked him if he wanted any ecrutineers, he aid no; th Returning Ofiler went with hinim An .0 other person.. What.tok place behind the scretne Idon't know. .I heard Bell say'I want to. vote fo o)bson; then the Returning Officer tore the pipete ip and gave him fresh ones. It is my opinion it aone ell's own tault. I did not see the Returning Officer use any: uuduno influence toward 'any person .....FARR MoDONALD, S . " ''John' Backley'a Scrutiueer. F: ern-tree Gully; Sept; 3, 1877. -" '" In this Issae we publish the reply of " A Scoresby Yoter'" to Mr. Nixon, and the above letters in reply to that of Mr. Bell, and must decline publishing any nore correspondence on the subject, as asfficient hA" :een published to enlighten the public as to what eally took place. - We have.re...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

MARRIAGE. MACKNEY-MILTON.-On the 30th ultimo., at Eu-     memmerring, by tbe Rev. W. L. Morton, Thomas Mackney to Mary Milton. Home papers please copy.

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THE SONG OF THE STUDIO. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

THE SONG OF THE STUDIO. SIn' a feu dejie, all scarlet ~an purplo, the .EU smiled a splendid adien, disburing gracionus ails of :gold gleams among the attendant 'cloudlet as lie journeyed away from them ' to' another land. 1"atnrta' mantle was deckedl with her choicet hnee; blended and sweetened, a papers sav, af her own Speculiar manner; .the" "crimson "dimming. through violet inito grey, the orange melting through green Sinto blue." These firmamental glories could we guess at only, nBt perceitve fully, as we sat in Tii Doolan's utdio, which rejoiced in the orthodox iorth-eat aspect;yet by the reciprocal rose-pink blushes of the east, much of the glow and passion of the west could be eurmised. T:im Doolanwas at his easel, painting with an energy that bordered on the feroconus.. S"I ner value, the light half so much," hd said, a"u when there is'not ay."' The day, a certainly -waning, and Timstood close to his work, as though She were about to dig his head through the canvas. I'":'It'...

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SELECT POETRY. AFTER THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

SELECT POETRY. SAFTER THE ,BATTLE. The drums are all mufled; the bogles are still; There's a pause in the valley-a halt on the hill; And thebeareie of standards awerveb ack with a thrill Where sheaves of the dead tar the way; For a great field is reaped, heaven's garners to fill, And stem Death holds his harvest to-day. i There's a voice on the winds like a spirit's low cry 'Tisathe muster-roll sounding-and!who shall reply? .Not those whose wanofaces glare white to the sky, ,With eye4fixed so steadfast and dimly. As they wait that last trump which they ,may not defy, Whose hands clutch the sword-hilt so grimly. .The brave heads, late lifted, are~solemnly hewed; A, nd the riderless chargers stand quivering and cowed, As the burial reqniem'is:chanted aloud, : , .. , The groans of the death-stricken drowning; While Victory looks on, like a queen, pale and proud, Who awaits till the morrow her erowning. There is no mocking blazon, as clay sinks to clay; The vain pomps of the peacetime a...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

Ijc $ nouutj 3nutr ' arrningtonl urnal. WEDNESDAY, SEPTE3IBEB, 5th, 1877. TasE show of live stock whichis to be held at Cranbourne on the 4th October next, under the auspices of the Mornington Parmers' Society, is likely to be of great benefit to Cranbourne and the various neighboring district, and we feel bound to congratulate the Society on the enter prise which they are displaying in making the preparations necessary for the exhibi tion. The introduction of high-bred stock on to a farm is an inestimable ad vantage, and the outlay, however large it may be at the commencement, is certain ultimately to prove a remunerative in vestment. In the case of cattle far better milkers are produced than from an ordin ary stock, and the animals carry a better quality and greater quantity of beef. Some of our most eminent breeders have from time to time spent very large sumsain the' purchase of prize cattle, and though they have sometimes suffered severe losses through the death of valuable ani...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. : At the auction sale of the.property at Dandenoog In the trust estate of the late E. J. Prevot, condoored by Messrs Gemmell, Tuckett & Co. in conjunction , ith Messrs Egan and Clarke, the prices tealised yes terday were as follows :-The shop in the occnpat on of Mr T. -Connor, at-£10 per foot for the frontage: thor premises known as the old Gipplsand Hotel, at £850; Bridge Hotel, £2200 offered but not accepted. T'he allotments of land sold at" the rate'of tnh;sahl I aige per foot. It is notified in the Gazette that post-ofilces have been opened at.Narracan, near Moo, and at Neerim neasr Bulnu uin. - SDuring the week oending August 25th 185 births and 102 deaths were registered in the Metropolitan and-Suburban districts; there .were registered in Hawthorn 9 births and 7 deaths, in Kew 3 births, and in Richmotd 18 births and'8 deaths. SWe .would again direct the attention of the holders of well-bred stock to the. show proposed to bdheld'by the Mornington F...

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A review of the Victorian Volunteer [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

A review of the Victorian Volunteer forces will take place on or about the 21st September before Sir William Jervois, and it is stated that a few days later he will pro ceed in the man-of-war now in Hobson's Bay to Adelaide to assume the governorship to which he has been appointed. A shocking accident occurred on Satur day morning in Pakington street, Geelong, which resulted in the death of the son of the Rev. G. W. Torrance, aged three and a half years. The little fellow was riding into town in a cab with his mother, and had' been allowed to sit with the driver ; it appears that in turning a'corner the boy struck the horse with the whip, which caused it to spring suddenly forward, and he was thrown under the wheel, which passed over his head. Death was almost instan taneous. -At an. inquest which was held a verdict of accidental death was returned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

P?E IMINARY NOTICE. Township of New Berwick. EGAi a& CLARKE Are instructed y Robert Ker, 43 Bourke street west, as agent for J anes Gibb, Esq., of Berwick, to SELL by AUCTION on an early day, of which due notice will be given, 57 BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, in the Township of New Berwick, having frontages to streets one chain wide, abutting on the Brilway reserve, close to the Berwick Station, also, to High street, Berwick, (Main Gippsland road), opposite Bain's Hotel, and to other important roads. From the advantages of the situation and suitability of the grond for building purposes, these allotment. 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 west. to DANDENONG, TUESDAY, SEPTrEBER, 18th, 1877. EGAN and CLARKE H AVE received instructions from Mr. P. Meehan to Sell by ...

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WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

WAR IN` THE' EAST. During the:past week,: according to tele. graphic intelligence received from Europe the Turks appear to have 'gained some ad vantage in skirmiishing with the Russiais, having diiven them acro?? the Lomm, a tributary: of the'Danube, caused them:to abandon' their position, and inflicted heavy loss of life on them, besides taking a large amount of booty... :'he main seat of war is, however, the Schipka pass in- the Balkans; the Russians have a line of retreat open to Gabrova, and are obstinately defending the position; meanwhile both sides have been largely reinforced, and: a decisive engage ment is imminent.. Should the Russians be defeated here, they will have to retreat with heavylloss, and the opening campaign will end victoriously. for' the' Turks, : but should Russians be largely, reinforced, and get the betteroof tho:Turks they will obtain an immense advantage, and be able to carry the war further towards Consta'ntinople. Fighlit ing has been'going on for some...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

POLITIC AL. -0 In .the Legislative Council on Tuesday, evidence was taken on the Goulburn Valley line, and 'a supply bill was passed and assented to by the Governor. . . :In the Assembly, Dr.. Macartney, the member for South Gippsland, was introduced by Mr. Berry and Mr. Grant, and took his seat. The Mining on Private Property Bill was considered in committee, and the House adjourned.' In the Legislative Council, on Wednesday, further evidence was taken on. the Goulburn Valley and St. Arnaud lines. In the Assembly, on Wednesday, petitions were' presented from Roman Catholics against the Education Act.-The debate on the fencing-in of roads was resumed by Mr. Ma cBs in, and, after some remarksfrom Mr. A. K. Smith and others was adjourned. The estimates were further considered, and. the House adjourned. In the Legislative- Council, on Thursday, petitions were presented. against the Educa tion Act, and in favour of Millane's Rail way Scheme.-Evidence was taken in regard to the St. Arnii...

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WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

WHISKEY CREEK. (FROM A CORRESPO1NDENT.) The mining rush that broke out here'is anything but a success, for, with the excep tion of the prospectors, Messrs. Stacey and Brownley, and, perhaps, one or two. others, the men can make nothing to speak of. The workings are alluvial, of no depth or extent -in fact, the groind noi being worked has been prospected a number of times within the last few years. A rumour has reached me that a bill ad joining the selection of Mr. Grant had been rushed, and as several miners of large ex perience had stated their opinioni that there was a likely chance of payable gold being found there, I credited- the assertion, but, on proceeding there, I found the customary solitude unbroken. Most of the men who were 'on the rush have left it; one who had also'been up to the rush, near the Moe, gave a very bad account of it, stating that the men there who had been made the victims of the sell would have lynched the: author of it had they been able to'lay their han...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

ADVICE rTO MIOTRBs!-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child Enflering with the pain of cutting teeth f Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle ofl Mrs. Winslcw's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the door: sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmleess and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright as abutton." It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remnedy for dysentery and diarrhsa, whether arising from teething or other caoues. irs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers evelywhere at is. 1Id. per bottle. Manufactured at 493 Oxford street, London. ..1 THE-:S;OTH BOUR Kmw A W N : D :: MORNINGTON JOURNAL EsTaatS??n 1865. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING,, F OR Circulation thronghont the two Counties o South Bourke and Mornington, publishes ful reports of the proceedings of the local bodies, and being th...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 September 1877

CRANBOUURNE SHIRE COUTNCIL ,-Saturday, September 1. Present: The President. (Jas. Lecky, ] and Coiuncillors Crichton, Howard, L jun., Patterson, Rossiter, Poole, and Fa The minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Thi Finance Committee's report, reco mending payments amounting to 4,13 7s 8d., was presented by Councillor Poo and adopted. The outward correspondence was real and approved of. ' : " :CORRESPONDENCE. SFrom Post Office and Telegraph Dep, inent,'stating that as the ground aroua the Shire Hall was unfenced, it would L deSirable--to have it enclosed, and ashii the Council to coritribute half the costn, the Department would contribute the oth half.-Councillor Poole moved that t suggestioun be adopted, and the Departm? be asked to forward plans for approral, Seconded by Counicillor Lecky, junr.n, carried. * . ". From'Railways and Roads Departme adverting to former communication stau that the Local Government Act wouldin ture be administered by the Chief Secrete saying' i...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 September 1877

ENGLISH NEWS.?" [he Siam R H MS.S. sister vessel of the Assam, arrived at Glenel-` at half-piast five on Monday after a passage of 16 days, 20;:: : hours from Galle, the shortest on record by?.; olie hour. She left again at 10.30 a.m ?:. i We make the following extracts : The latest news fromi the Cape continues s' to be satisfactory. "The inhabitants of the l-?i ' Transvaal are becoming every .day :moreii: gratified'at'the change, and business; whichi had been reduced to nil under the regime of::.; Mr.' Burgess is becoming brisk. Property.' is going up in value, a bhank lhIas beenl"': opened at Pretoria, and perfects of all lands":: are bought.' The deputation consisting `'t f '? f Dr.' Jorissen and Paul Kruger, sent honie' : to protest against the "annexation; have been received by Lord Carnarvon, and most " politely spoken to, but told that whati'has been done cannot' be undone. They have, ., been given every facility for seeing the' sights of London and. the..country, ?,and:;" p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 September 1877

K?~E YOUR w?aTHI a ETE OPEN, so thatyou may be able to defeat the plans of the vendors of trashy imitations of UDnonrao WooLPa's SBCHIDAN AsO rATIc Schnapps. Look at the label; see that it beard a fse simile of the firm signature. You can i secarcely be deceived in the flavour if you have tasted the real Schnapps, which is extremely smooth and palatable, while the counterfeits are fiery and astringent. Take none but the genuine. ' Valuable Discovery for the Hair.-If your hair is a turning grey or white, or falling off, use? The lexi- I can Hair Renewer," for it willpositively retore is n every cau grey or white hair to its original colour a without leaving the disagreeable smell of moet " Re storers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald a spots. where the glands are sot decayed. Ask your Chemist for" The Mexican Hair lenewer," prepared by Henry 0. Galloup, 493 Oxford-treet, London and sold by Chemists and Perfumerseverywhere at...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 September 1877

THE WAR IN THE EAST. - D?ring the past week the Turks have taied a few slight successes in various ishes with the Russians, but these ctories do not appear to. have been very ore, and it is not likely that they can re had any marked effect on the progress the war. It is possible that there will onrly be an intervention of some of the powers, with the view of restoring e-t any rate it is contemplated rd Derby has alluded to it, but it would :remature to interefere at present, as e l?sians so far have got the worst of it, ~they will probably think it necessary to something to retrieve their disasters and de?ate their "injured honour" before eycan entertain any overtures for peace. a at the present time is making' de ledly warlike preparations; the British ".nmeat have sent remonstrances to the an authorities on the subject, but the ]ly is that that country must be prepared any emergency that may arise. The ct of, the §ervians taking an active part the war will be to very much embitter...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 8th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 September 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE: OAELEIGII POLICE COURT. Saturday, September Sth. Before Messrs W. Ii. Looker, and John erdan J.P. Francis Downer v. George Savoury; a rkand labor, 9s.--Paid into Court. 3hrv Glossop v. Chas. Glossop; to show ae why a warrant of imprisonment ou d not issue for disobeying an order of e Court.-Settled out of Court. Thompson and Foster v. C. Jellick; goods, 381?s.10. Struck out. No appearance. Charles Banks v. J. Legatt; work and aor, £3 3s.-No appearance. Denis Levy v. Same; work and labor, 3 6s.--No appearance. The Court then adjourned. -

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A GREAT GUN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 September 1877

A GtBCT Gus S rEor.-Ont in a certain western fort the major conceived the idea that artillery might be' seed eflectially in fighting with the Indians by dihpensing with gun carriages, and fastening the cannon upon the backs of mules. According a small ihowizzer was strapped upon an ambulance male, with the muzzle pointing towards the tail. When they hrd secured and loaded the gun, they led the mule out to the blnuff, andset up a target in the middle of the river to practise at. The rear of the mule was turned towaids the'target, and he was backed gently up to the edge of the bluff. The officers stood round in' a semicircle, while the major went up and inserted a time fuse in the touchbole of the howitzer. In a minute or two the mule heard the fizzing on his neck and it made him unescy. He reached his head around to scertain what was going on, and as he did eo' his body turned, and the howitzer began to sweet the horizon. The male at last became excited, ane in a second or two was st...

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