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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENGE. -0 It is announced in an advertisement, which ap. pears els·ewhero, that a public meeting of the resi dents of the Brandy Creek district will be held at Brown's Commercial Hotel, Buln Buln, on Saturday, September 29th, at 2p.m. to obtain a report from the committee appointed to obtain a special grant from the Government for main roads. We understand that LMr. Usheri of the Bridge Itotel, Dandenong, is about to make arrangements to run a conveynae during the summer between Dandenoug and Tooradin. The enterprising spirit he has shown in providing travelling acommodation during the past fei'years' deserves =support, and those who take an:interest in the district should come forward and give aid in whatever shape it can be done best. A deputation, introduced by Mr. Ferguson, .LL.A., consisting of Messrs- Ellingworth, Pope; Iradley, Goodwin, Delany, and Grimvood 'waited upon the Commissioner of Public Works on Tuesday, September 18th, and requested some special assis ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

DAINDENORG MARKliET. Tnoeday, Septembc: l. Thi attendance at the makht, yards .est~rdle was large, business being consequently rad!tr bri', Merrs. Egan and Clarke report having r.alitelthe following prioes during the day :--Pig9: B?cte, l to 75. - porkers, 25r. to o40s.; slips, 8,. 6d. to Ii atores (good quality), 25e. to 35s. Calve, 4.. to J. Hides 3td. per pound. Calfskins, 4d. Sheep-:', s. lid. Potatoes, 3;. pe cat. Cattle: Fit cll realised from £5 to £7 10s; springcr?, £5 10s t t i milking cows, £G to £J ; stores, 35'. tat o,. ; y2 lings, 20a. to 30e. Cheer,, SAlt. 'r:e lepllay o prodncs was rathor small.

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PETER PINDAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

PETER PINDAR. Once more we occupy our old arm chair, reidy- to do battle against all inew conrers. We lay down our pen, and begin to me ditate on hat' subjects we shall vent our spleen on this week, and, full of spleendi-e are; we have been .banboozled. out of a quick ride to itown, and we think we could now write our sorts of nasty things, but, after fnature reflection, we say " Don't," but if the railway department were one man, what could we not. do to him,.it we had five minutes with him, especially after walking to Berwick last week, when ive thought we could catch the train! . i We have taken it in hand to deal with a hydra-headed monster, this week, one which, I think, every person of moderate, sense would like to see cut down and destroyed, one which is a curse to the' district and a tax on the country, leading more subjects to the Asylum. We would not have touched on it, but the monster is beginning to give signs of becoming a great power in the district, exercising its evi...

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EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

EASTERN MAIRKET. 13 Sep.--Vegetables: Artichokes, ground. I per ili';'~bens 3d -do; bouquets, 3s to 1S l dozen; cabbages, Is to 3a Gd do; sauliflowetrs, ' oo do;;carrots, Gd to 814 per dos bunches; c?.?,T 2s. toto Gs per, doena sticks ; cress, water, Si Fe doz :bunches; garlic, 2d to 3d per lb; horerd? ib Is Gd to a5d per doe sticks; lettuces, Gd to Is per dotS; marjoram, 8d per" dozen bunches ; mint, _ do; onions, dried? lEs. o: 4s. per co.t; do., gtOe, Gd. t8d bunches; parsley, Gd to Sd do; per'iF ls to ls Gd do ; potatoes, 3s to 4s per cwl ; poumpk? 3i to .G:i per dozeis; radishes, -Id to GI per di bunches; sage, 10d doz bunches; shallots, 2d Fpe:I spialch, 2d per lb; thlmie, Gd to 8d per doz bnch ; turnip, 6 Gdto ls.' per dozen bunches. Fai ?, Almonds, 3d per lb.; apples, dessert 12s per e do. -. cooking, : to e0s Gd per case; leO 1s to2s - per dozen; -oranges, Gs Gd to 75 F case, pears, 21d to Sda per lb. Dairy Frodot Bacon 8d; to 10d per, lb; butter, 10 to Is Id di; chese? 8?d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

QnFEELLVGS.-Odd sensations in ?vrious parte. : .b.dy, pftictlsrly it the head and lower iti , hich do not an:ount to actual pain, hut ona the whole, rather worse, tounble many i Ahlost invariably they proceed from nor a d weakness. A few doses of that peerleEs a igotant, UienoL o WooLPEra ECeEDaut r?. Mieblt di'pe? a!o uch queer feelings, and " eft€t thdily eoefoi t and tranquility. Teti Discovery for the Hair.-If your liea t g.ey or white, or falling off, unsed Tile Meai Nair ltenewer," for it willpositively restore i: aii grey or white hair to it' original colour teieaig the disagreeabld snell of most ". e It makes the hair chariringly beontiful, as mnotiogthe growth of the hair onbald aot ethe goands are ot decayed. Ask your 0 Th, tleMlexican Hair Ienewer," prepared I h Oallup, 493 Oxford otrtle London and e land Perfanird everywhere at ?.s;Gd

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Leaves Melbournm. Arrives Melbourno. October 4 October 16 November 1 November 18 November 29 December 11 December 27

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

*FiLORI E -FOIn TuE TEEn AND BaEATn.-A few drops of the liquid " Florline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. The -"Fragrant Floriline," being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is deli cious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. Gd., of all Chemists and Per fumers. Prepared Henry C. GALLuP, 493 Oxford street, London. 6703emd ThEOAT AFFrTIoNes AND HoAsaENsm e.-All suffer ing from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably. surprised at the almost immediate relief afflorded by the see of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at la lid. per box. People tro...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LONDON, August 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

-ARRIVAL. OF THE ENGLISH. MAIL, -0-, (From our own Correcponsden.) LoNDo-, August .3rd. The Eastern Question and the Western Question are the two principal topics here at present. I take the last first. By the Western Question I inean our standing dificuldty with Ireland, with whose people, or at lealst withsome of their representatives, it is so hard for Enwland to get along. The Home-Rule mem'ers of the House of Commons have long given that great assembly much trouble and annoyance, but - the refractory and obstructive proceedings of some half dozen of their number, and notably of Messrs Parnell and Biggar, which have been a very serious impediment, especially this session, to public business, reached their culmination on Tuesday night, when they caused the prolongation of the sitting for twenty-six consecutive hours-a thing wholly unprecedented in our Parlin mentary history.. The South Africa Bill in committee was the ostensible subject of con tention, but any other measure would...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

THE WAR IN THE EAST. We have received the Weekly Bulletin from San Franciso; "and make the following sum mary of news from the seat of war, as detailed in'its columns. On Monday, June 30th, there was great' fighting at Plevna. The Turkish force was about 50,000 strong, and they occupied a series of positions not merely naturally strong, but very: strongly fortified, formiing a' horshoe -in front, of Plevna with both flanks on the river Vid. General' iKrudener attacked 'the Turkish centre at Grivica,. opening 'the battle at half-past nine in the morning, but though he succeeded in silencing the batteries at that place he had to retire unsuccessfully at the close of the :day. ..Prince- Shackosky was meanwhile. co-operating., with the General at a place called Radizer, and after an hour's cannonade he succeeded in silenc ing the batteries, and his infantry after a bloody contest carried the earthwork and the village. . The. Russians then achieved some other successes, getting possessio...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 14th September. Before Messrs. Officer (Chairman), Barr, and Elmes, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

:BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 14th September.?.' Before Messrs. Officer (Chairman),, Barr,. a'"'a nd Elmes, J.P. Crean v. Rumpf; goods, £1 6s. 5d. Order for amount. A. ANICE Lor.-J. `O'Hare v.- Anastasia Herrighty.' In this case and several otliers the plaintiffs and defendants were residents of what is known as the Railway Camp, which must be a very pretty place, judging from the langunage used--especially' by the worien -but which is not fit for publication. Plaintiff, a quiet-looking man, detailed to the Bench the particulars of the case and the language uised," and called Susan MlcLaughlan, who, stated that she heard defendant use the lan?uage complained of. -In her defence, Mrs Ierrighty stated that plaintiff had gambled with her son, and won part of his wages 'from him.--.The Bench, however, said that was no reason for such language, and fined her 5s. and 4s; costs. Margaret Dwyer v. Mary O'Hare; a charge of. having used offensive language' on the 1st instant. ' The charge wa...

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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH.", The cartoon is :entitled " Shackellv.: Gillies; the fishing enquiry into the Lands Office, and what they brought to the surface." It represents Mr. Service and Mr. Lalor i:: fishing up " corruption," &c. They order these things better inn Cali-. , fornia. There they organise 'a Vi'ilance Committee for the suppression of the Hood: lums.' In- Victoria we send the same class? into the Assembly, and construct a Cabinet: out of them. On the Pacific Slope,-they have democratic institutions tempered .by impromptu tribunals, and a' good strong three-strand rope. Here,.in Victoria, we:-' have the most vulgar and brutal of des' potism-the despotism: of mere numbers,. without alloy or mitigation. 'Evidently, th'e 'Friscans can teach us something more than hydraulic mining processes, if we are willing to profit by their instruction.': The Tax on Stock: Or Stubborn Fact and Berrydiotic Fictioi' Scene: A Butcher's Shop. Characters:: The Butcher and a Customer; Tim...

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OUR PANJANDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

OUR PAIJANDRUM. By P"TER PINDASR. Every 'neinhbourhood has'its great Pan jandrum, an, so following in the footsteps of-fashion we have one, too-perhaps not an original one,--but it is something, to say we have one. Our species.is one that, I think, is common-very common; so that we cannot say we have unearthed-, anew species; his habits are no different from others; but still the panjandrum becomes a nuisance wherever he locates for any given time; he is like the skunk; without seeing him, you are made aware of his presence. Our panjandrum is a bulky man, but still small in the eyes of the public, but like the sandfly becomes a pest to any persons he settles down on ; he is as changeable as the chameleon; when speaking to any person he tries to find out their views on 'whatever topic is the order of the day, and is of the same opinion exactly; it he thinks the person may be of future use, he "soft soaps" him down, and at first introduction the parties who come in contact with him th...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 15th September. (Before Messrs. Lecky and Elmes.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 15tli September. (Before Messrs. Lecaky and Elmes.) s Dunlop v. Littledike; a claim for goods, ;'3 7s: 6d.-Settled out of Court. Charles Brumingv. F. Poole; wages, £4. There? was a set-off for, goods supplied-to plaintiff Whilst in defendant's 'employment, and a 'dcheque had been paid'into Court for the aibount :'supposed to be due;' plaintiff urged 'that his wageshad' been increased, and defendant stated that he only promised to do so under 'certain conditions. In reply to the Bench, "defendant said he had' not phi ?,the money to plaintiff because 'he squaniidered it. Plaintiff admitted he had lamed two of defendant's horses.-Defend ant made a statement to the effect that he had promised .the lad's parents that he would see he ewas provided with clotlies, and the' articles claimed for had been purchased for 'him. ': When 'he gave himi money' he spent it foolishly. ' He acted as he had by desire of the lad's pareits.. Believed ...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

CRBAjBOURNE SHIRE COtCi OIL. Saturday; September a15:-: pns?nt:-The President (Mr. J lecky, ,), Councillors Facey, Howard Poole, Seckv; jun., Patterson, and Greaves. The report of the Finance Committee, cmnending payments, was broughtup by Ceuncallor Poole and adopted. CORitESPONDENCE. From J. F. Dumaresq, in reference to the ,,ent reduction of his salary as, Secretary ead Treasurer to the Council.-The Pre sident suggested that consideration of the abject be postponed, as applications were ?preenat invited for Clerk of Works, which aO; agreed to. From the Treasury, forwarding an account for £4o es., balance of endowment for the preir- y leceived. aro Henry Beattie, Mount Aitkin, eskin" an appointment with the Shire Endneer.-It n was resolved that the En orer and Committee of the Council meet lr lIeattie on the ground. From A. W. Choamley, asking for per ni sion to cut a trench on Lyndhurst road, alenchis fence, with a view to planting-a liee edge. Application granted. From the Commi...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

POLI TI AL. ' l0 In the Legislative Council on Tuesday petitions against the Education' Act: were presented from Kilniore, I-Kyiieton, .aid other places.---Mr. Simson moved. foir-a return showing the increased rates for con veying live stock by rail to exhibitions.--Mr Cuthbert said the increased rate was neces=. sitated dwing to tihe fabulous value of. some of the animals.--Motion agreed to.-Mr. Simson moved for a return showing the'in cumbrances' on estates -whichll. would be taxed under the Land Tax Bill.-Mr. Cuth bert condemned tie motion as inouisitorial, and it was then withdrawn.-The Land Tax Bill was received, from the Assembly, and read a first time, and the Council then adjourned;. In the Assembly on: Tuesday Ir. Berry said in reply to Mr. 'Billson that the Government would be unable to bring in a bill this session to' deal with the manage. ment of charitable institutions.-A return was ordered relating to the' manufacture of beet root spirit at the Staughton Vale Dis tille...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

Aixotions. PREL, INARY NOTICE. Township of eow Berwick. EGAN &t CLARKE Are instructed by Robert Ker, 43 Bourke street west, as agent for James 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 Railway reserve, close to the Berwick Station, Salso, to High streetl Berwick, (Main Gippsland road), opposite Bain'a Hotel, and to other important roads. From the advantsges of the situation and suitability of the grond for building purposes, these allotments mnst.command thh attention of business men and eothers about to sett e in this rising neighborhood. For plans and 'urther particulars apply to Mr. Bain, Bain's' Hot , Berwick; to the auctioneers, Dandenong; or to Mr. Robert Her, estate agent, 43 Bonurke street west.' to HAYFIELD FARM,, CRANBOURNE. Fr IDAY, ISeptember 21, 1877. Clearing Sale of Fat, Store and Dairy Cattle,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

SCALE CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. Twenty Words, for One Insertion . Is la Itertyto Thirty Words, do ... 2e Thirty to Forty Words, do ... .. tovr Forty Words, at the rate of es per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large DosoorrsT upon all Advertisements appearing for Three Months. Adrtirements most specify onT?? face of them the number of inss.tions, or they.will be 'continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. Advertisenlents can only be discon tinued by written orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Litt.e Collins street east, Melbourne; and Snnnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Butchers PINNIGEI, JOHN,• General Family Butcher Bowen Parade, Richmond. ¶iscellaneos- J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer;117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. SuereTors HOLLAND LOXTON, Anthorised Surveyor ender Transfer of aand Statute, Pakingto...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 September 1877

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEUBER, 19th, 1877. THERE are indications at present that our political atmosphere is very much dis turbed; .Mr. Berry, however strong he may be in .the Assembly, has not a majority in the Council, and to make matters worse he' does not seem disposed to pursue a concilinatory policy towards that body, but on the contrary does every thingb he. can to offend it, We freely admit that our twvo representative cham bers may occasionally come. into collis ion, but, the members of. both should.be prepared to make . concessions to one another, and' the ministry should be the first to prevent 'anything like, a squabble between the two' Houses. W' e have here two chambers of almost equal power; the system may be a bad one, because there is no'constitutional means of puttingan end to. deadlocks .except -by the exercise of mutual forbearance, ' but, having got this system we must make the best of it,. unless indeed it should be thougl~t -advis able to petition'the Queen to grant sn...

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FARM WORK FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 September 1877

FARM WORK FOR OCTOBEB. From Abraham Lincols flifntihly lRepsort. Potatoes.--In the late districet, the main sowing ought to be now carried on, and if proper care and attention be paid to the preparation of the land, large crops may be obtained. There are many spots of rich land which produce too much straw, and too little grain; a crop of potatoes upon these over rich. spots would prepare them better for grain. Top Dressing may be profitably iarried on upon many of those pastures which hare been laid down the past few years with artificial gra sses, or are still producing their half crops of indigen.ous ones. Summer Feed.-Perhaps maizeis the beat summer fodder grown. The ninety-day varitty is the best I for this colony, and the quickest, and some trouble ought to be taken to get into a good eilain of seed. Gippsland sends us the best maize ,of Victorian growth, and 1 think it a very pure varie ty. -Lucerne.-In low, well prepared situations, this king of fodder plants may be sown thi...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 September 1877

4JA suuttl 3 3utittc AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26th, 1877. As a respectable citizen, with any amount of impudence, we should think Mir. Iohn Fletcher, of Frankston, is not to be excelled. His interest in himself is only bounded by the waves of Hobson's Bay, but for anybody else they may go to Hlong Kong or Fiji, or anywhere. Every person living within fifty miles of him has heard of the necessity for draining Carrum iSwamp, and the advantage .it would confer not only on the selectors, but on a whole country side. But he either can not or will not hear; or per haps he desires to appear in the eyes of other people as another Don Quixote, and attract attention to himself by essaying 1 o do something really ridiculous.. At the last meeting of the Dandenong Council a letter was read from the gentleman re ferred to objecting to the cutting proposed to be made to allow the water which accumulates in Carrum Swamp to pass into the Bay, because forsooth it will probably take some sand with it...

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