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

Auctions. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Township of New Berwick. EGAN &, CLARKE Are initrneted by Robert Her, 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, .hiving frontages to streets one chain'wide, abutting on the Railway reserve, close to the Berwick Station, aleo, to High street, Berwick, (Main Gippsland road), o..posite Bain's Hotel, and to other important roads. From the advantages of the situation and suitability of the grond for building purposes, these allotment, . ost 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 Ker, estate agent, 43 Bourke street west. to PURE STOCK. Mornington Farmers' Society Parade at Cranbonrne on THURSDAY, the 4th of OCTOBER. ..Egan an...

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

ECALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVEITISING. Twenty Words, for One Insertion ... .. Io Iwenty to Thirty -Words, do ... ... 2s Thirty to Forty Words, . do ... ... s Above Forty Words, at the rate of Is per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Discou?r upon all Advertisements appearing for Three 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 to publication. Advertisements can only be discon tinued 1by written orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors- MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Litt.e Collins street east, Melbourne; and Sunnycide Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Butchers PINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Tiscellaneouns J. BOLT, Water Filterl?lanufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Snrveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Anuthorised Surveyor under Transfer of...

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

DANDENONG MARKliKET. Messrs Egan and Clarke report:-Bacon pigs, 45s. to 95s.; porkers, 25s. to 40s.; slips, 10s. tol5s.; calves, 4s. to 20s.; springers, £5 10s. to £6; store cows, 20s. to 45s.; yearlings; 20s. to 30s.; cows, £6 7s. £7 10s.; hides, 3}d.; calfskin;, 41d.; sheep 4 ins, 3. ; potatoes, 3;. 9d. per. cwct.; cheese, 7d. to Sd.; the market was very poorly attended, but, there eas an unusually good supply of produce. Mesrs. Egan and Clarke report the following sales oad prices. At Mr. Gordon's, Monot Isis, stock ,alized good prices. There also a large amount of undries disposed of. Messre. Egan and Clarke also report having held a very suocessofl sale at Mr. Purves',. Toetgarook Station, on Thursday last. The prices realized were fully up to expectation. Horses, unbroken, four rear-old&, brought from£12 to £20; three-y ear-olds, riom £5 to £15; brood mares, a few very good rralised up to £42. Store cattle, four-year-old bul ocks brought £7; cows, with calves at foot, ...

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

KENSINGTON-. PARK RACES. This meeting? ?ins held on Saturday last, haIving- been postponied from the previous Saturday on account of the weather. There were some showers in the morning, and the attendance was consequently smaller thnn it otherwise would have been. The Hurdle race was the first event on the prograunipe, and for this Stampede held the pride of place in the betting. and justified the con fidence of his friends by winning. Silver tail ran very well for two-thirds of the journeyv. Stampede was also backed 1hirgely with Flirtation for the Steeplechase. The Trial Stakes, for two-year-olds, produced two favorites in Stewardess and Congoola, the latter being best supported until he slipped up in his preliminary, unseating Enderson, from. whom he got way after a long struggle, but was recaptured. This sent him back to 3 to 1, the filly advancing, but lie and Warlock getting best away, had it all to themselves. and he won. For the next event Blazes was strongly supported, but ...

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HORRIBLE MURDER AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

: HORRIBLE MURDER AT BRIGHTON. On .Saturday evening last, about nine o'clockl, the palice w.ere sent: for from Brighton, to apprehend a man :named Arnold, residing in the Bluff-road. Con stables Kelly and Strachali (mounted) were despatched to the scene of the tragedy, and arrested the accused, w ho very: coolly pointed out the weapon with whichihe' had killed his victimu. The. accused appeared much agitated, and iervuils to a gredt degree, but was, apparently, niore afra.id'of the effects of the beating and kicking he had given the deceased than of tlhe blow that is supposed to have caused his death. He was lodged in the Brighton lock-up to await tihe'result of the inquest. It appears that an old feud had existed between the murderer and his victiin for some time past. The former is a young man, thirty-four years of age, married about a year and a-half ago, and the latter: an old man seventy-years of age, a'very old resident, and father of a respectable family. He resided in Bluff ...

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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 October 1877

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, September 24. Ordinary Meeting; present, the Presi- dent (Mr. Smedley) and Councillors Wil- liamson, Finger, Hoare, and Petty. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Warrnambool Shire Council in favour of differential rating in Ridings of Shires, requesting the Council to use its influence to get a bill passed for [this?] purpose.—Councillor Williamson moved, seconded by Councillor Finger, that [this?] Council co-operate in getting the proposed measure passed.—Agreed to.—The Presi- sident and Councillors Hoare and Petty were appointed to wait on the member for the district, and ask him to support the bill. From the Department of Public Works asking to be furnished with particulars of toll-gate receipts.—It was stated that the Council had now no tolls.—The Secretary was instructed to reply accordingly. From E. Khull, asking permission to lay down pipes under road at Anderson's Creek to carry off waste water from crushing works.—Granted, subject to supervision. From th...

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EVASION OF THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

EVASION OF THE LAW.. Some years ago a celebrated highwayman was ar rested for robbery; and while he was thinking what a small chance there was for him to escape, a cunning friend (also in trouble) offered to help himrfora reward. "I have two hundred pounds," said the robber; ", one hundred of which, if you save me, shall be yours.• "Agreed," said the other. "And now all you have to do, is to tell me every particular, word, &c , that passed at the time you committed the robbery ; and when you are brought, to the bar, plead not guilty, and leave the rest to me." Then the highwayman related every word and circumstance that he could recollect as having passed * between the gentleman he robbed and himself. At the trial, when the robber was brought to the bar, he pleaded not guilty. Just at this time there was heard a great bustle among the prisoners, which being loud enough to disturb the court, the miher was called upon to explain'the disturbance; he reported that one of the pri...

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THE TWO GRENADIERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

THE TWO GRENADIERS., To the land of France went two grenadieros,,' : From a l?nesian prison returning; But they hung down their heads on the German frontiers - - The news from their fatherland learning. For there they both heard the sorrowful tale " That France was by fortune forsaken i That her mighty army wasocattered like hail, And the Emperor, the Emperor taken. Then there wept together the grenadiere, The eorowful story learning; : SAnd one said, " Oh, woe I" as the news he hears, "How I feel my old wouniid burning I" The other said, " The Bong is sung, And I wiEh that we both were dyingl But at home Tve a wife and a child-they're young On me, and me only, relying. "Yet what isa wife or a child to me?: Deeper wants all my's-pirits have shaken: Let them beg, let them beg, ehould they hungry he! .My Emperor, my Emperor taken. S But I beg you, brother, if by hbane You soon shall tee me dying, Then take my corpse with you back to France Let it ever in France be lying. S"The cross o...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. It is announced by the postal authorities that in future mails for Sale, Rosedale, Dandenong, Berwick, Bairnslnale, Stratford, Port Albert," Tarraville, Walhnllt, Tangil, IMappy-go-Liecky, Buln Buln, Pakenham, as also mails for places in the Gippsland district, will be closed at the Melbourne Post Office at half-past 6 p.m.. -Cross-over diggings, Tuesday and Friday; Bass, Monday and Friday ; Rusell's Creek, 'Saturday ; Cooper's Creek and Clyde, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; •Port Albert, Woodside, Tarravilo, Stockyard Creek, Alberton,' and Yarramyarrum, Tuesday, Thusrs day, and Saturday: Flvnn's Creek, Monday, Wedneo. day, and Friday; Stradbrook and Lon ford, Tuesday, Clyde Bank, Monday and Thursday; Briagolon, Grant, Bulgoback, and Dargo Flat, Thursday and Saturday; Coongulmerang, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; Deptford and Bulumwnal, Welneesday and Fridvr; Delegate and Bendoe, Thursday; Omen, Ensay, Cu?n ninghame, and Bruthcen, Thursday; Toongabbie and Cowar...

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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." The cartoon is entitled " Public Taste." N?%ow the newspapers are really worth reading-so much. more - interesting than those dreary Parliamentary debates. A Change came o'er the- Spirit of his 'Dream.-Before marriage, Mr. Spooney was constantly entreating his beloved to give him her miniature. He' said he couldn't have too many of her adored likenesses. Since he has been. wed, however, his wife has fallen into the reprehensible habit of presenting him with a living miniature every twelve month, and Spooney is beginning to think that it is growing monotonous. He says that lie finds one can have too much of a good thling after all. A Baker's Batchd.-' often depends upon the way you look at things Regarded by the vulgar light of trade, there is not much romance in, the business avocations of a baker, atnd yet looked 'at from a certain standpoint, it must be admitted that his way thiough life is' a floury one, so that after all yeast-o be envied, for his life is...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

f ATlEL NOiA MAIA{KIT , Eveon although tho weatler was doubtful through? out the day there was a very fair.attendance of both buyers and sellers and an unusual peripd of the year. seasrs. Egan and Clarke report:--Bacon pigs and porkcrs, 30s. to 55;.; slips brought 1ls. Gd. to 15s.; stares, 20s. to 30s. Calves, from 41.' 61..to 365 Hides per lb., 31d. Calfekins do., ?1id. Cheese, 8d. Cattle, yearlings, from 25,. to 30S.; springers from £5 to £6 10s. Milking cows, frontm £5 10. to £7 15s. Storo cows, from 35s. to 45o. Fat cows, from £6 10s, to £7 53. Store Bullocks, from £6 10s. to £7 15s.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

CORRESPONDENCE.' -0- Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions rchich are not of a sectarian chara-ter. iWe wish it to be distinctly understood, horceehr, that too do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our corresponuents. All communications .fora in sertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guarantee of good jhith.

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TOLL-GATE ROBBERY. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

TOLL-GATE JtOBBERY. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Meorlngton Jouinoal. Sar,-For the first time, I must ask you to insert a letter. The respectable old lady that wo meet at the Oakleigh toll-gate is looked upon by many as a terror, and Ihave felt inclined to summon her before now, but the loss of time inrvlved has kept me from it On last Friday morning I went to Melbourne, passed through the Oaklcigh gate at half-past eight.' I .gaýe Mrs. Leonard a shilling which she took with a haughty off. handed sort of grunt (as much as to say, you'll get no changn). Mind, I had no goods oing or coming. Well, I tookno notice;-but passed on; at the- same time I knew I had been robbed, as 'I had been many times before. On my way home, iat a quarter to fire in the ovening, not feeling inclined to pay again, I did not pull my horse up, whereupon'this lady rushes to my horse's head, as thouighlhe would break its- jaw, and of course alarmed meo reatly, and more so when a second toll was demande...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

POLITICAL-.:. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday a Sir Cllarles Sladen obtainied leave to :bring b in a bill td' amend the Police "Offences .Statute so s, to make certain neacts penal;, whether committed in.a public place or not, d and * the bill was: read a first tiime.-Sir Samuel Wilson said he was not" opposed to an equitable land tax; -blit he thoighllt it unjust to single out one section of.property ,l only for taxation. It was the -duty of :tle Council is representing property notto pass this unjust measure. People would -no longer think it safe to invest money in :this s colony, for they did not know lwhat piece: of t injlistice might next be done bly the legisla- e ture.. A -measure should . not be passed t merely because it was popular; every fresh l administration sea med to be making greater t bids for popularity; larger areas of land were to be given, to the ,voters; education , Was to be given to the children of those who could well afford to pay for it;- and fimilly...

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COMPETITION? To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

S -CO3IPETITIONP - To the Editor of the South Dourke and ao nington Journal. ' SI,-A paragraph appeared in tho'Tiser of last week, asking why the people of Oakleigh can get bread at &1. which: tho baker ofDandenongcannot supply for less than 8d. As one of the bakers of Dandenong may I ask how is it that:I can hare my billheads printed and delivered at 8e. a thousand, whilst bur so-called local printer charges 10s. ' :- DANDJOZING BAERN.

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WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

WAR IN THE EAST. The Russians still continue to suffer re verses, and there is stated to be great dis content at their head quarters. On the 20th the Russian centre made an attack on Plevna, but was defeated -with heavy loss. The Russians have since fallen back on South Tydyr. On the 27th an engagement took place in Armenia, between Ismael Pasha and General Terqukason; the fight ing lasted nine hours, but the result was indecisive. It is stated that the siege of I Plevna has been brought to a :standstill, owing to a want of shovels, and meanwhile substantial relief is daily expected. - Subsequent telegrams state that l1ehemit i Ali is retir:ng upon the Caro-Loin owing to c the Russians massing their troops at Lorn,. and that Sulieman Pusha, who has been I placed under' the orders of M3ehemit All in t consequence of his unsuccessful attacks on I the Schipka Pass, is -co-operatingewitlh that I general in attacking Biela. In consequence r of the approaching winter the difficulties of t...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 10th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

l Soutlj 0oEutkc AND WEDNESDAY, OnTOBERI, IOh,;!1877. THtE opening of another section of Ithe line of railway from Oakleigh to, Sale is "an event on which not only the people of Gippsland but those of the other portions of the colony may well be congratulated. Gippsland has always to some extent been a kind of terra incognitia to the outside' world, but when the line is completed, (to use the words of Sir C. Dullffy) .new territory will be added to Victoria.' What we have to hope for now is that the niddle section will soon be opened, if practicable, by the end of this' year,'and that there will be as little delay as possible in completing the connection with Melbourne. It has for a long time been apparent" that the line should have been made from Melbournei; in this way much money would have been sav'ed-enough 'in fact to construct"several additional lines of railway; but' we regret to say that the settlement. of this vexed question of connecting Oakleigh with Mel bourne by rail se...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIij:. Leasea-Molbourne. Arrives Melbourno. October 4. October 16. November 1 November 13 November 29 December 11 December 27

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OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. London, September 28th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. London, September 8Sth. There is nothing new to report relative to the war. The relief of Plevna has been confirmed. The Indian Famine Relief Fund has reached the Sum of £270,000.

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CONCERT AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

CONCERT AT MORNINGTON., On Tuesday, the 2nd October,'a cd6ibert took place at Mornington, when. Mr. S. Lancashire occupied the chair." There was a fair attendance, and the efforts of the several performers were received with marks of approval. The following was the order of the programme::-Piano duet, "Canary Bird Quadrilles," Misses Lancashire and Rennison ; -"The Sea," sung by Mr. H. Bolton; ' The Prison -Flower," by Mrs. Marchant; "See our Oars,?" by the Ch6ral Society ; "Tell me -y Heart," by Miss Thornton; piano duet, "First Kiss Polka," by Misses Rennison ind Jones ; " The Land of the West," by MIiss"Dow'nward; "Molly Bawn," by Mr. A: Bolton ; piano solo; played by Miss' Benson ; "The Lover and the Bird,' sung. b Miss Thorniton; "Good Bye Sweetheart," by. Mr. HL Bolton; and the glee, ".Ye Shepherds, Tell Me," by the Choral Society, which concluded the first part of the _programne.. The second part consisted of a piano duet, Qui %'ivi," bj Misses Lancashire and RennisonD and so...

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