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MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

MORuNIGTONr FARIIERS' SOCIET. The Spring Exhibition of sires anl p stock, came off, as alonncet, in Society's yards at Oranbhurne on Thi last, and the arrangements showued tlt effort was spared to make the exhiltin, success. We recommended it as aa en . riment, but, juolging from the attend.! we cannot say it was so stcccEtil a would have wished, simply because ii. were not enougih visitors. IIowse.er,it only a fir.t attempt--the next may, in ,respect, be better. Such an atiair cann,, expected to be a success at once. It atl be a point worthy of consideration wlti it would not be desirable to hohl sui,,l exhibition a month earlier in the year ' met some on tihe ground who thoul:ht t1 ought to be something else provideda well as the show of horses, to, as ther . attract the general public. It is not lie the Society will do this, as it is not a ItI for, what we term, the public. The sholt special one, and must be meaintainedtnb merits as such. When we speak of the absence of hcrs and ...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 6th. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, W. C. Watts, R. E. Lewis, and J. Bellin J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

GARDI~ER POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 6th. re Mesrs. R. G. aBenson, VW. C. Watts, i. E. Lewis, and J. Bellin J.P. EG. Lawrence v. George Thorne ; work d Ibour, £1.-Order for amount. Chrles J. Dixon v. Enmma Francis ,.eult.-Disnissed. Thomas Barker was fined 2s. Gd. for not eiproper control over his horse. James Casey v. William Crellin; work adlsbour, £1 0s.-Order for 15s. and 2s. he. ts. • The Court then adjourned.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th October. (Before Messrs. Templeton and Hutton.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

POLICE INTEL[IGENuE. DA.DENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th October. ,ere Messrs. Templeton and Hutton.) eBowman and Co. v.- Michael 'sds oo, £17 1Os. 8*d.-Order fore i v h es.--to be paid in weekly ta; mnts of O0s. Jaes Bownsan anl Co. v. Christopher ,ip; .oods, £1l 13is. 4d.-Order for 0 h is. costs. the application of Ir. Lowe, transfer te license of Julius Staffers, of Lotter Was cranted to Edward Tatterson.- a'spptions for temporary licenses of Dela and James Frenmes, both of I Junction, were refised-the police of dtc?? rt be ing reported that the licenses 55.not required. w o 3mtme carriage license was granted to D. ose, and four similar licenses were eto George Usher, of the Bridge lus, Dandenong, and the Court then aljaetti

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

To Stand this Season at Woolamai, Bass, the Thoroughbred Horse DANGEROUS, BY the Imported Borse, Touchit, and out of U Fawn, a full Sister to Lancashire Witch and Bengiroo, by Touchstone (imported), Grand-dam Fairy, by Dole (imported) ; Great Grand dam, Jeesie, by Buffalo (imported), &c. Dangerousois both a Great Grand-son and a Grand-son of the English Touchstone; his pedigree 'requires no further com ment. He has splendid action,and up to any weight; his etock will bear favorable comparison with the get of any other Horse in the district. TEass,-£4 4s. All Mares to be paid for on notice of etiiting being given, after which a charge of Two Shillings per week will be made for Grazing. - Splendid Clocer Paddocks provided, and every care taken, but no responsibility. led 1ROBT. MULDOON. To STAND this Season at ALMOND BUSH, SOMERVILLE, The Thoroughbred Stallion, : II OO1VEAn1. ?|OONBEAM was bred by J. Gilbert, of Pewesey Vale, South Australia. He is by Boonraker, out of the Que...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. _.Tie annual meeting of the Market Gar deners' Association was held on ..Mtonday:; ; lasti t .the Horticultural Society's. Halli Victoria street, Mr. Bent 31.L.A. presiding.' It was stated in the report that the Ibfll granting land in Victoria street for a whole- 'i sale- vegetable market had received the` sanction of Parlimcent, and the buildings.i_" would shortly be'proceeded with ...-. A deputation appointed by the conference:::i" of municipal bodies on the Gas Companies-:. AmnalgRamation Bill waited on MIonday last:::: on the .joint committee representing the companies to lay before it the amendments which the conference desired should be made in the measure. The deputation consisted' of Alderman Gatehouse,. Councillors A. K. Smith and G-. D. Carter. (Melbourne), and the Town Clerk of Melbourne, Coun cillor A. Clarke (Hotham), and Councillor. Lewis (Gardiner). The result was satis faictory in some resnects, as several of .the suggestions of the conference were acc...

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CAUGHT AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

CAUGHT AT LAST. A most extraordinary event has occurred at: Oban, which I give in detail, having been eye witness to the i-liole affair.: I iallude to the strandieig and capture of the veritable sea serpent, in frontu of the-Cale donian Hotel, Oban.' About four o'clock, yesterdav, an animal or fish, evidently of I gigantic size, was seen sporting in tihe bay, near Heather Island. Its appearance evi dently perplexed a large number of spec tators assembled on the. pier, and several telescopes were directed towards it. A care fitl look satisfied us that it Was of the serpent species, it carrying its head filly twenty-five feet above the water. A number of boats were soon launched, and proceeded to the bay, the crews armed with such weapons as could be got handy. Under the direction of Malcolm Nicolson, , our boatman, they headed the monster, and some of the boats were within thirty yards of it, when it suddenly sprang half length I out. of the water, andl made for the open. A. random f...

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

To Pora LIQuID FraE down one's throat in the shape of fiery, adulterated, unmedicated spirits, is to commit slow suicide. When your flagging energies require to be reinforced, use that safest, purest, and most invigorating of stimulants, indorsed by the most distinguished chemists, physicians, and clergy men- D?oLPono WOLFE'S SCIIEDAOI AnoIrATIC ScxINAPPS. It is the only spirituous invigorant and corrective which does not over excite the brain. LOmMLoEI--FoR THE TEETH AND BREATH.-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 tihe 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 ...

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

Auctions. pWm-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11TH, 1877. . Clearing Sale of Cattle, orses, Furniture, Dairy.Utensils, &c., At Mr. Qoinlan's Farm, Lyndhurst. E9sgan & Clarke AVE received instructions from Mrs. Quinlan, of .. Lyndhrst, (havingleased her farm) to Sell by Auction without reserve at the farm four miles from Dandenong, on the Franketon road, better known as Bangholme, the whole of her Dairy Stock, Farming Implements, Household Furniture, Horses, Drays and Sundries. Consisting of 15 coews in fuell milk 12 dry cows, 15 two-year-old mixed sexes 12 yearlings, 1 harness mare, 1 two-year-old colt Plough, barrow, spring cart and harnes, side Peddle, harness &e. 1 first-class piano, nearly new, *ewing machine by "Wheeler and Wilson," ebfa, chest of drawers, hair bottom chairs, tables, beasteads, looking glasses, 60 milk dishes, chum, cream tubs, kitchen utensils and sundries. Sale to commence at l2 o'clock. Luncheon provided. SATURDAY, 27th OCTOBER. Tonshlip of New Ber...

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

ECALE OF CBHAGES FOR ADVElTIJSING. Tfstty tords, for One Insertion ... ... I enty to Thirty Words, do ... ... 2s Thirty to Forty Words, do ... ... 3s tlhve Forty Words, at the rate of 3o p.r inch, if for One Inrertion only. A srge D8scorn r unpo all Advertiseu:ents appearing for Three Months. Advertisements must specify on the fece of them the numter of inssrtions, or they will be continued sad charged for till countermanded. All ordore bha for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the ti day prior to publication. Ha Advertistentfnts can only be discon- P liaild hly h ritten orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors tILLER, THOMAS, 64 Litt.e Collins street y east, Melbourne; and Sun.ysido Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Butchers PINNIGEIO, JOBRr, General Family Butcher /1 Rowena Parade, Richmond. non Iiscetllaneois J. HOLT, Water Filter3!:rl nfoeturer, 117a Car digan street, oppotileArgyr e square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argy!e place, tLygon street. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON. Anthorised, ...

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THE MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

THE MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB SPRING MEETING. The Meeting of the Melbourne Hunt Club'i,which was held on Saturday last, was extremely well attended, and the sport was good, large fields starting for every event. The cup, presented by Mr. .W. Mobre Bell, was weto by Mr. Phillips, the :owner of Patchwork. Dalesmani was heavily backed for the first event, and won easily. Herschel won.the flat race in very good time. In.the Steeplechase, Mr. Clarke's Flirtation- ws.. apparently, on the eve of winning, when she suddenly stopped, and threw 'her rider, thereby getting only second place. The Bowen Stakes were won by Herschel, alfter a good race with Salisbury. iANDICAP HIIURDLE RACE,, of. 50 sovs. About two miles. ( inyder', be h Dalrstman, 5 yr, IIht R... R 1 Grifin', br a Postman, 5 yrs. 10st 71b, ... .Hill 2 TaIy:r's h Obern , aged. St 4l1b .;. Goodio 3 Eleven other starters. 'Betting: 3 to 1 Dalesnman. Time, 3 min. 58 sec.: IIANDICAP FLAT RACE, of 100 soevs One 'mile. PatelF?n's hr h Herrsele...

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

> 'IEETING AT DANDENONG. A public meeting was held in the ? clhinics', Institute, Dandenone, on FrIsy evening lnast, to consider the desirability ? making ai: application to Government f: the erection of Post and Telegraph O??es in the township; I. M. Satherland, Eq,. presided. The' attendance was not ve:r large. Mr. W. Phillips' moved the first res??" tion as follows :-" That, considering tih promises made by former Ministries, :I meeting views with surprise and regrett e fact "thait no steps have yet been taken towards providing more suitable ncconlmur dation'for post and telegraph purposes in this township, and consider that the time has arrired wheni such accommodation hti become ani absolute necessity ; and tht, from its controalposition, the site.adjoinin: the -Mechanics' Institute is the most suit. able on which to erect the necessary build' ins." The mover, in supporting the roes lution, irferred to the many occasions on which the buildings had been promised, and produced...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 6th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and W. R. Looker J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 6th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and W. R. Looker J.P. Jane Wilkinson was fined 4s. for drunken Martin Kirk v. Gustavus Enseidel. Feed for cattle, £3 13.—Order for amount and 5s. 6d. costs. Jane Wilkinson v. Thomas Jones. The charge against defendant was that he did wilfully, wickedly, and maliciously report that he picked up Jsne Wilkinson on the Dandenong road, and did furthermore report that he set the said Jane Wilkinson on a heap of stones.—The case was withdrawn. Same v. Alexander Aitken ; omitting to make an entry in pound books. — withdrawn. W. Jolliffe v. George Dodd ; goods, £6. —No appearance. James Allen v. Bridget Jansen ; assault Fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs. The Court then adjourned.

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THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. An event of great importance in the   history of Gippsland took place on Friday   "t,iz.,the opening of the railway from   Oakleigh to the Drouin Junction station-a   distance of some forty miles, and in spite of   one or two misadventures it was celebrated   in a manner worthy of the occasion. The contract for the whole line, it may be re-   membered, was let in three sections; the   first Oakleigh to the Bunyip, origin   ally thirty-four and a-half miles in length, and afterwards extended at the Oakleigh   end by three miles, was let in December   1874, to Mr. N. M'Neil, but it was trans ferred in September, 1875, to Mr. Legtratt;   the section from Bunyip to the Morwell was   at first to Messrs. Noonan Bros., but in January last the construction of half of the   line, twenty-one...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, October 5th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 October 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, October 5th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. David Dowda v. Chas. Miller; assault. Ftd s. with 2s d. costs. Samel Nowell v. Robert Trail; assault.- Defendant and complainant were having drinks at the Cheltenham Hotel, and some unpleasant observations were made by Nowell which caused Trail to knock down complainant and then kick him in the head. The evidence of the witnesses was of a somewhat contradictory nature, but the Bench considered that on the whole the balance was in favour of complainant, and inflicted a fine of 20s. with 5s. 6d. costs. The Court then adjourned.

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MEETING AT CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

3IEETI\G AT CRAT? -OURN E. r Ic meeting was -held-in the Shire As1 Cronbourne, on Saturday evening last, to take measures to co-operate in raising t in aid of the suffeerrs by fanumine in Inn The President of the Shire Council India, and read the advertisement con tres meeting; also a circular re rea fro the Mayor of Melbourne. He .nsidered it the duty of every man to sascribe to the extent of his means. u C?. Iossiter moved ht tihe inhabitants of Cmnbourne, feeling it h du to iasbit il the alleviation of the distress dina in Indiat . owing to disastrous famine, ota1ts rtcontributions be now solicited with that eeobserved that in this matter he be lieved Cranbourne people would not be behind as they usually responded when their " ,,thies were touched.-Mr. A. patteson seconded the motion, which was ant and calrriedl. Sr.Thompson moved the next resolution, a follows- t a f onll itttbe appointed to give effect to thtr vj-vous resolution and take steps for obtaining rptios from the resi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

EruF -0 TlE TEIc AOI.D BREATII.-A ý il id "Florilino" sprinkled on a r 0I poluees a plmsant lather,; whicli en^'1es tlhe teeth from all parsites 'or tol, hle gunl, prevcPnts;tartar, stops a td l a peculiar pearly-whiteness, ttz rINf o.neo totihe breath. It removes anoe. Tsng fromn decayed teeth or t aot onle gran iloriline," 'being nIet of loc td mdi'eet herbs,: is deli-' St, nod te gatest;tolet discovery i s. d., of nll Chemists and Per j a by Henry O. CallUp, 4b93 Oxfonil S -.. ,67on iid$ Il T?rOAT ArPPECTIO.NS AND HOAESSNE ss.-All surf ferisig froni irritation of the throat anid hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relif? afforded' by'the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous ' lozenges'nare now 'old by most respectable chemists, in this comuntry, at ls. lid.fper'box'. People troubled with a' " hacking 'cough," a~ slight cold,";or bronchialaffeetions'can not'try tholintoo soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pul...

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PETER PINDAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

PETER PINBDAR. Is my last paper I drew attention to the bole.?nd-corner meeting system in vogue namo?st us here, and to one clique more peciallv than any other, and that one was the cestlemen in favour of a shire. These ,entlemen hearing that the Government had 5ecided toreinstate the old staffof engineers ad workmen, and also were goin.to get a fir sum of money put on the estimates to ,he our roads with, immediately got their sucks up, and said, " We will not accept cur money; you can keep it; we are inde Ideat we will make our own roads: the jrity will not agree to let us hIve the o?,'vspent opposite our own selections; herefbre we protest agnait the district eeirn any sum whatsoever. If they II allow us to have the control of the money. Sare reaeale ; but we are not selfish rordid; ive only want our share, that is, e roads made past our own door, and or that we will make the roads around t, railway station." Truly, messieurs, ar deand is very moderate; it has com etelr taken the ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 17th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

eijc $outly Baiitrc E.rnlingtor t oarul. WEDEESDAY, OCTOBER, 17th, 1877. THosE who have been carefully watching the proceedings of Parliament for the last few weeks` cannoc fail to perceive that one of the principal objects which Mr. Berry has in view is to reduce the Legislative Council to. a mere chamber of record; or, in other words, to make it a complete nonentity in our system of Parliamentary Government. He seems in fact desirous to sweep it away altogether, and to make the Legislative Assembly the sole governing body in the State. He has already to some extent brought it under the "heel of authority" by causing it to swallow a most obnoxious measure, the Land Tax Bill, but he wants to go still further, and override its decisions altogether unless they accord with his peculiar views..- Before Mr. Berry per severes any longer in this course of action, be would do well to have some regard for precedents and the experience- of other countries. Wherever the Parliamentary system is...

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Police Intelligence. BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, October 12. Before Messrs. Officer, Palmer, and Elmes, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

'9olice Atteigenst. 0-- pERWICI? POLICE COURr. Friday, October 12. Before Miessrs. Officer. Palmer, and Elmes, J.P. S. Paternoster v. Andrew Brown os :2 is. Sd. No appearance. gash, Elizabeth McLelland v. Daniel Curran goods, N£ Os. 4d. The defendant stat5d1 had handed the money to Mr. Grifith. sen., of Beriick, to pay to the plaintiff,l ; plaintiff denied having received it. i ir Grifliths was examined, and stated thatll ihad given tihe amount to his son to sre; t plaintiff. Griffiths, jun., stated that heh 4 handed plaintiff a note from his fathr which he believed contained the amountin question. The Bench made an order f, the.nmount with as. Gd. costs. James Bridget alias Willis was finedl fl for using insultir.ng language to Constanf Shanalhan on the previous Sunday evenin, '1The Court then adjourned.

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

To the Editor of the Soulh oourke and .Yorningtoo Journal. SI,--I take tlhe liberty of replying to ' letter signed "II. Rodman," and published in your last week's issue, the subject of which is "Toll-gate Robbery," in which Mrs. Leonard, tile lessee of the Oakleigh Toll-gate is characterised as a respectable old lady, in one breath, and a terror to smaily folks in another. I have. been puzzling my. brsin,:but cannot, for the life of me, bring these sentences as synonymous. If-Mrrs. Leonard is a terror she can. not possibly commandl any respect at. all. I can assure you, Mr. Editor, no lady inl the district com maIldsls ore' Pss thllroigli tle. Oakleigh Toll-gate when you -ill, night or day, there slq is, possessed of the same patience, the same civility, the same self-reliance, the same obliging disposition, thle same keen eye, the saam?e cotton drcss, t~h santo s?ms bonnet, and the same eagerness to take the right toll, but riioer.more-it is not in her to do so, Sir. This lady, in ...

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