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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH IMAIL. Leaves Melbourne? Arrives Melbourne. October 4 October 16 November 1 November 13 November 29 December 11 December 27

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 3rd, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

- 9.1 outbJ BRtike s AND oaniintin Ifru al. T. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 3rd, 1877.: : SOME attention has recently been called to the question. of differential ratin in the ac various wards or ridings of a municipality, th and so far as we can see, no serious objee tion can be made to it. There was origin ally a clause ,authorizing it in: the Local Government Act, and it passed the ordeal P. of the Assembly, but a member of.'the bt Upper House, who was 'strongly opposed to it, managed to get it excised from the bill. ll Those who favor- the clause, contend th~at if th: ratepayers : of..a division 'desiire ·t.tax. a tlihemselves ata highlier "rato'for tle?r own £' benefit than. the ratepayers of the o.btherhi divisions of a municipality, they should be A allowed to do so.: A the present time o there is a uniform rate in all the divisions of w a municipality; yet it may be that a larger at expenditure in proportion to the 'population b is required in one division than. another. , This quest...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. C The spring exhibition in connection with the I1 Mornington Farmers' Society takes place in the show yardE, Cranbourne, on Thursday next, the 4th inst. Judging by the number of people who usually patronize the shows under the auspices of the Society, we have no doubt that the yards will present I a most animated appearance on Thursday, and it a may be expected also that the major portion of theo well-bred stock, including cattle, horses and sheep. t which the surrounding district possesses, will be a found there for the public's inspection and criticism. a The Mornington Farmers' Society deserves the p substantial support of all who take an interest in stock-breeding and the improvement of its standard t in the district, and we shall be pleased to learn that a the coming show will be the means of so materially r adding to its funds as will give it the assurance that its efforts towards benefitting .the district in which it exists are properly appreciated.' In ou...

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SICKNESS IN THE RUSSIAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

SICKNESS IN THE RUSSIAN ARMIY. 'The Daiy News of 11tli August says: '.The Russian arsmy begins to suffer in .health, owing in some cases to irregular rations, in others to hard marching, in all to heat ; but the greatest pre-disposing cause is the total neglect of all sanitary pre cautions. They never bury dead horses or even the entrails of slaughtered cattle. They never.dream seemingly of the wisdom- of the latrine' system. The result is a g?. eneral tainting of the air which poisons men predisposed to fall ill by reason of lassitude from over fatigue, or long abh stinence from food, although men in stal wart health escape. Sirangely, enough the greatest proportion of illness, has manifested itself in the personnel of the Imperial suite, whose members are comparatively nursed in the downy lap of ease,, and fare sumptu ously every day. General Ignatieff for three days. was *dangerously' ill from a species of gastric fever, and is still confined to his room. Prince Galatzin lias bee...

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RUSSIAN INTERNAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

RUSSIAN INTERNAL AFFAIRS. Berlin, 10th August.-ln Russian Po land all;pmales from eighteen to forty-five years of 'ge are being registered prepara tory to 'the calling oult of the remaining classes of the general, levy. The Russinn tobacco duty has-been raised from 4 roubles 40. kopecks to 14 roubles the pud-that is, to s. Gd: the.pound. The duty on piano fortes has likewise been raised . to :100 roubles. Germiin industriy is greatly in jured by these measures. While a 'number of Ruissian railway companies have asked 'for permission, on paying: interest, to give paper roubles instead of oldl, and this at a price very considerably hig'her than the present quotation of the money market, most companies have petitionedt.for, leave to exact charges in gold instead of paper cur rency, in other words, to raise their charges by 50s per cent. . AsL yet the Government huve given no answer. It is expected that the sum to be expended -by Governmentin pa3ing interest upon guaranteed railway scri...

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EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

EASTERN IMARKET. 29 Sep.-Vegetables : Artichokes, ground. lid oer lb ; beans, 2d do; bouquets, 3e to 8s per iczen; cabbages, is to 3s do; ceuliflowers, 2e to .- do ; carrots, 6d to 9d per dos bunches; celery, 2s. to 4s per dozen sticks ; cress, water, 7d pe, doz bunches; garlic, 2d to 3d per1b; horseradish, to 6d to 6s per doz sticks ; lettuces, Gd to is per doze i; marjoram, 6d to 7d per doz bunches; mint, 6d to 7d. do; onions, dried, 12s. to 1is. per owt; do., green, Gd per doz bunches; parsley, 6d to 8d do ; parsnips. ls to 1s6d do; potatoes,3s to 4 per awt; pumpkins, 3+ to 10s per dozen; radishes, 44 to.6d per doz unches; sage, 6d to 7d.do; shallots, 2d per lb; spinach, 2d per lb; thyme, Gd to 9d per doz bunches; turnips, Is to' Is. Gd. per dozen bunches. Fruit ; Apples, dessert 12s per. case;dn., cooking, 10s do; lemons, Is to2s per dozen; oranges, 7s to 8s per ass; pears, 21d to 3td per. lb. Dairy Produce :anon. 8d to lOdper lb; butter, lOd to Is do;: cheese, 81. to 10d. do.; ...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

THE WAR IN THE EAST. The Russian and Turkish forces are still I engaged in stern conflict, iand there is no sign of even a temporary cessation of lios tilities. On the : 17th of September Gravitza, the principal ' redoubt: before Plevna, was still held by the Russians, anl the bombardment of the townl continuedi The losses on both sides are stated:officially to have been as follows;,i Russians. 16,000, Turks 0,500. An engagement sulisequently took plak.e at the Sc'ipka Pass, where the Russians were strongly entrencbed,- and the Turks were repulsed with a loss of 2,600 meen. eanrwhile a large Turkish army was marchig :to tl'e relief of^ Plevro.. The army of the Czarewiteh was enc mped last. week on tlhe line of the Piver Jantra, and and Mehemet Ali and Suilieman Pasha were advancing with a large force .to meet him. It has since been reported that the two armies met near Biela, and that the Turks had to fallback- for' want bf Sipport. So far,it will be seen,, the tide rof success. is ...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 14th September. Before Messrs. Officer and J. Wilson J.P [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

BERWICK POLICE COURT.. Friday,. 14th September. Before Messrs. Officer and J. Wilson J3.P Thomas M. Adam n.v. lfred SihorthouIse work and labor, £4 10s.-No appearance.

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

POLITICAL. -o In the Legislative Council on Wednesday, Mr. Cuthbert moved the second reading of the Land Tax Bill. In doing so he pointed out that up to the present time property had been most inadequately taxed in this colon;, and that this tax was required to make up a deficiency in the revenue; he also referred to the tact that it had passed the Assembly by a large majority; and sub mitted that the Council should concur it. Sir. C. Sladen called attention to the unpre cedented provisions contained in the 20th clause of the bill giving commissioners power to fine and imprison persons for contempt. Another objectionable provision was con tained in the 12th section, which gave inquisitorial powers to persons called classi fiers, who could summons land owners be fore justices, and have them fined or im prisoned. On these grounds. and as the Council had no power to amend the bill, he would move that it be laid aside. It ap peared to him that the Commissioners' Court might be made a mo...

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 29th September. Before Messrs. Lecky, Patterson, and Elmes J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 39th September:?. :, Before Messrs., Lecky,. Patterson, ';hnd Eles J.P.. John Currie .v.: John Phillips ; a 'laimi for grazing, 4: 10s. MIr..Lowe appeared for complainant.-Order for amount with '2s. Gd. costs. . r The Court then adjoirned. .

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LYNDHURST SCHOOL BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

LI7,D!IURST SCHOOL BOARD 'OF ADVICE. A meeting of the above school-board took place on the 1st .October, when there were present :--Messrs. Bthune (in the chair), and Donnelly, Minihan, Greaves, and Facey. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A petition was received from inhabitants of South Lyndhurst, opposing the closing of the school in that locality. On the motion of MIr. Greares, seconded by Mr. Minihan, it was resolved that the petition be for warded to the Education Department. On the motion of Mr. Greaves, seconded by Mr. 3Iinihan, it was decided that the correspon dent should write to the Department, in forming it that the Board disapproved of the snrgestion contained in the letter from the Department of the 6th September. It was moved by Mr. Facey, seconded by Mr. Donnelly, and carried, that the Minister bh informed that the Board fully coincided with the views embodied in the petition from South Lyndhurst. The Board then adjorrned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

TaDo. rnoon D a Ao HOAOSENESE..-All offer 0rom irritation of the throat and hoarseneos' will Sagreeably surprised at the almost immediate Eif affsorded by the ie of "Brown'e Bronchial obes." These famous "lozengee" are now sold by nest respectable chenmist in this country atola hper box. People troubled with a "'aecctog te a "tlight colds or bronchial affections, can ?try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed apgres,resolt in serione Pulmonary and Asthmatle i. Bee that the words "Brown'I Bronchial he" oare on the Government Stainp arond ea I ?i-anuofactured by John I. Brown' &. Sons, iapUnite Sthes. Depot, 493 Oxford-street eci P~alofj don OSED-There is an u n e revival of doubtful industry at the present among the gentry who sell imported or other d'letetroing compounds as identical with or r Scieda that benign medical elixir, Udolpho Wa Schiedam romtic Schnapps. Purchasers 'ld ask for and only take the original article. ADvioc TO MOvronns!--Ar you broken in your r...

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RECENT AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

RECENT AUCTION SALES. M3essr. Egan and Clarke, auctioneers, of Dandenong, conducted two large sales during last week. The first was held on Wednesday, on the premises of Mr. James Gordon, of Meount Isla, about four miles below the Tanti Hotel, on the Point Nepean road. The attendance was not large, but numbered a good sprinkling of the fair sex, who seemed to have accompanied their "other halves" with the view, not of "seeing and being seen," but of having "an out." Mr.1 . Egan wielded the ham mcr, but never did he occupy such an ele vated rostrum as Mount Isla. The site is really a beautiful one, occupying a pro minent position, having a most picturesque view of the Bay. Whether Mr. Gordon purposes retiring from his stronghold on Mount Isla we are not in a position to say, bat we should think not. However, under the hammer of Mr. Auctioneer Egan, his goods and chattels were soon distributed to other persons. Amongst the purchasers were people from Cranbournie and Dande nong. On the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

To Stand this Season, The 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 Sthe Meers. Mackintosh, where he had been exhibited seven times, and gained seven first prizes. In Victoria he gained first prize at the Gisborne Show in 1858, the Port Phillip Farmers' Prize of £20, and Champion Cup in 1859, 1860, and 1862. Dia: Princess Maude the First, imported from Scotland by the lessrs. Mackintosh. In Scotland she gained Eighteen First Prizes; and in Victoria Nine Firnt Prizes, where she never was beaten. He is a sure foal-getter, and it is admitted that his stock are equal to that of any other horse, which is to be expected, as his pedigree is not surpaased by another horse in the colony., Excellent Paddocks for Mares, and every care taken but no responsibility. ,TERMS:-£4J each Mare, to be :paid before delivery. . Mares not proving in foal to be taken back next season at Half Pr...

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TEXAN DESPERADOES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

. -'^ * XATESAN DESPERADOEB.. ' . Aiobno the carliet -colonista of Texas was a man named Frederick' Pearsn. Hesettled in a part of the'ccuntry suitable for? raising bhorses, in which h?,.".business he was engaged'for several years. He would -! --probably have succeeded, according'-to his expecta tions, in realizing a handsome profit, except from the . iloseb he suffered from the depredations of an organ :ied hand of horse thieves, which gave great trouble S-throughout that entire section. These lawless fellows I' at length carried matters with uneh-a high hand, that . the settlers were compelled in self-defence to meet in Ssecret, and form thenselves inito a band ofregulators, to clear the country of their common enemies. Of Sthis counter organization Frederick Pearson was Schosen leader; and being a man of quick resolution, great energy and unflinching courage, he soon gained the entire confidence of his friends, and taught his foes to fear him. Some terrible scenes were enacted. S...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

-MISCELLANEOUSM. An accident happened to the Sapper Point coach on Saturday morning' ast on its'', way to town.. After passing theq Brighton..' tollgate the horses shied at a piece of can-.. vas, and the. coach capsized. There were.; ten outside, including the driver all of-;i' whom escaped without serious injury i?.nti those inside did not-fare so well, one lady;' being so seriously hurt as to be unable to.: proceed further. Another was grazed i ndTi . cut about the face, but was able to comin on" to town by train ; and the rest were niore or' less knocked about. The horses boltedo;' after the upset, and the passengers and':-: luggage were forwarded by the train.-'-1'-; It was stated at a recent meeting of theý' Bendigo Vinegrowers' :Association: that the i vineyards' in the Albury' district 'are in ';: splendid order, and that most of the: work -_ is carried out by Chinese, who, it was:., remarked, work well. A correspondent writes to the .ynetoni.' Observer, in reference to the p...

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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." The cartoon is entitled " Thrice is he Armed who hath his Quarrel Just.". Pre-. sident, Legislative Council: " No, no, Je remy Diddler; as we are the challenged party, ours is'the choice of Weapons. We fight with the swords." (Not on the Land Tax Bill, but on Payment of Members). * And so " the People's Ministry" is going to turn round on the people who, lifted it into power, and subsidise a line of steamers to induce a flow of emigrants fro'n Europe to Victoria! What a sell for their 'sup porters! Mr. Woods told some of his con stituents at Stawell the other day, that he and, his "colleagues wanted the arrival of immigrants in thousands and tens of thou sands." .Where is the Reform League ? 'What are the Protectionists about? Good ness gracious, here are these red-hot de mocrats comprising the . political firm of Berry and Co., marine store dealers, going in for " swamping the labour market" in this colony, and "flooding the streets of Melbourne with the sne...

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ENGLAND'S WAR STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

ENGLAND'S WAR STRENGTH.' The'authority of Great Britain in her now consolidated, loyal and solemnly recognised nEmpire of, the Ind.ies, is visibly represented by 80,000 English' troops, which: compose, however, biit the nucleus of a 'vst militarv `force.'" To these must be added.300,000 idative co'diers, perfectly equipped withimilit ary wean. ons and thoroughly drilled by Eng lish officers. This is the volume of the East Indian army in the time of peace, but it is. not" generally known that the system admitsof swift and large expansion, and that a cadre or framework exists adequate to. the embodiment of 600,000 men. The new levies, like the present regiments, would. be mainly recruited among, those fifty millions of England's Mahommedan' subjects who constitute the bone and sinew of India, and -fill the place once occupied. by the Warrior 'caste, in the old Brahminical society system.. The military value of these troops was attested in the terrible Sepoy rebellion of 1807i, and 'it...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. 29th September, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

I MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES., . MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. 20th September,1877 Special meeting for the ,purpose of .con sidering the question'of officers;:; present, Conncillor 13'Baxter sen., Young, Gordon, Jones, Turner, and Dodwnward. ' : The resolution orderin ,the meetin , was: read, and on the nimotion of !Councillor Baxter; seconded by Coun'cillor Downward, Cdoiincillor Gordon was; voted to the cliair?: On tie consideration of fthe .qiiestion, which ensued?;: Coui; cillor Dovivnward:left the room: C::ouncillor B3a'xter- son.: moved:, seconded by Councillor (:.Turner tthat th'e p`resent Secretary be confirmed in the office hi 'noi holds, and that thie office of Clerk of Works be added thcietbo and tlt h i hissalariy, b:ii creased -to £120 per. 'annum. Carried unanimously. C Councillor Baxter sen moved 'seconded by CoauncilloirYoun;, that thie resent En gineer.becoufirned in:hioi ii and: thlat the Council expresses its satsfictioniatt the manner in.which lie :fulfilled, his: diit...

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PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, Sept. 29th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUCI : /Saturdiy, Sept. 2otlh. Present i hle President (Ir. West) Coiincillors Sunderland, Smith, tKihl PI lir, Turiibull, Kennedy, Stewart? , ,t Theo minutes of the last meetinj read. Councillor MIonk moved, seconJ' Councillor Stewart, that the ini:nutes. tinr to the. tender of P. Qusinlij.no,: contract No 122 be. expunned, a2' tender cancelled. -Agreed to.-'Thelninjs as altered, were then confirn?ed. COUIRRESIPONDE:0I).1 From the Victoria Blind Asvtun, s;c ing aid.-A susn of £'2 s. was vote, subscription. On the motibn of Councillor Torn!, seconded by Councillor Monk, thei. c.ai ation of a letter from W'. Collin chairman of Corinella meeting, was poCtO till reading of Councillor Turnbetl's t Ot of motion. From Shire Councils of Dunda, Wodlonga, as to members of elocal Ft, having free passes over Gosvernmenut ways when engaged on municipal b.si. -Received. The consideration of letter from Eclhuca Shire Council was postioned. From It. Walsh relinquishint his co...

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