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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

Our columns are open for the discussion of aollun which are not of a seclarian character. {d6 c'v to be distinctly understood, however, that re d identify ourselves with the opinions eprcmdu our correspondents. All communicatiouns fi sertion must be addressed to the Editor, adt d.? the name and address of the writer, as aosarsdnr good faith. -u

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THE LATE FORESTERS' BALL AT DANDENONG. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

THE LATE FORESTERS' BALL AT DANDENONG. To the Editor.of the South Bourke and Moringlsh t Sm,--With your permission allow me to ýV through your valuable paper that some of Rechabites have given it about that tie Forfc' ball was a failure, on nccount of this order ta'T a bad inmie, and being a bad lot. Now, a e0 Foresters are old residents, and respectaeb i llT kno-wthem, I will, say thi, that the ForTresAe stand more searching into than the Rechiabitt'' profess one thing and act another; pelpk I' make up such remarks, and pass them about, o - stop at nothing. It onlr shows Itheir i?o, and makes them look very sheepish whenastid - what foundation they make such remnarl. I K?E Mr. Editor, you have been a visitor to our kd000 years, and I know thatyouhave not found w, ti Rechabites eay, a bad lot, with a had name .. . i..:::'.:A RESIDENT FOIESTEI Dandcnong. ' [Wb IVeae; i our correspondent says, ob.erret workint of Court Dandenong for somne tici years, ?nd knoir of no reason for makinag...

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Select Poetry. OOR WEE, WEE WEAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

Lauchliin',kickin', fit' o"glee, IIoo the dicing skirls! .Croodlin' down in mummy's breast Tee o' not again Fu' o' cantrips, love possessed, A6e c'e keekin', sleely teetin'-' Twinklin', sparklin', unco fain, Snigglin', wrigglin', loupin', coupin' Sic a wee, Cee wean, . Is oonr wee, wee wean. lendon noo to grip ber feet, Cooin' ni delight, Tryin' wi' her mouthie swet Stumpos o'd toes to bite "Wond'rin' boo they more thcmsel', T .hinks they're no lier n n, Lookin' what her tongue snd tell, Is nor wee, wee wean. ' Ae e'e keekin', sleely teetin', &c.'. Standin' noo on mammy's lap, SGlowrin' a' aroon' Ettlin noo to taik a stop, Jiionpin' ip and doon Eenie hblaek,' uo' dainty nose, SCheeks o'. ruddy stain, Lippies like a buddin' rose, . Is oor wee, wee, wee wean. Ae e'ec keekin', sleely teetin', &c. W.A 3iEN.

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TOLLGATE ROBBERY. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

ITOLLGATE ROBBERY. To the Editor of the Souoth Bourke and .orningtfP" J' Srn,-I ani glad that 3Mrs Leonard has a chmpnl to defeiid hebr.'.I iish he'ad been there Kith landy:in;question when I last went through the get he would bc wiserý than he now is. In the place, I ould alk tlie sipjeosed "aWoodrnlter t is afraid to put his naie to lwhat he writes. m" ao has to do itlh bread and bill-bh?d; eth appears to be seoEfintlret in that; secondly it3 Leonard'bas only one cotton dress and a suA -for; he says, it is the same anight and dOs- Y I nitsttry sd do salittle business with her ine drapery lio; and air. Woodarter says he t5 goes to bed. If that is true I must freely foret her, as from the want of sleep she could not telltu differeneco of my gli~dg spring cart and 31r. carters' dray but; sir, she did in the money. s sorry'that I can't sido with this gentlenn's mie so to; Mrs Leonard's qaalitics, for I s11s sre" Inclcs in tyo of them, iz., patience and civility e doubt wo all lhaa our...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

THROAT AF~ECTIONS A&D, ?OA?eSNeSse. -All sant fering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at thealmost immediate, relief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" 'are now sold bymost respectable chemists, in this country, at is. id. .'peor. box. People troubled, with a L" hacking ouggh," a " slight cold," or bronchial affections cau not try them too soon, as similar troibles, if alloired' to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asth-" matic affectionis., See that the ?ordsl, "Brown'd: Blronchial Troches," are on 'theGovernment Stamp' around each box:-Mainufactsred bh JohnI. Brown & Sons, Boston, United States. Depot, 493, Oxford street, London. SVAiuAOLE DISCOVERY FOR Tun aaI.-If your hair is tuiniig giy or white; or falling" off, use "The Meiican Hair Renewer," for it.oiil positively restore in every case greys or white hair to its original colour, without leaving theo disagreeable. smell of...

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TIME-TABLE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

TIME*s-Tal GIParaonD RALWAY.-Onkleigh, de parts at 7 am.; Dandenong, arrives at 7.8, fare 1s. 6d. and is.; Berwick, rrirves at 7.54, fare 3s. and Os.; Pakenhain, arrives 8.20, fare 4a. Od. and 3s.; Bunyip, arrives at 9, fare 6s. 6d. and 4s. Od. Leaves ounyip at 0.30, and arrives at Pakenham at 7.10, Berwick 7.30, Dandenong 8.2, Oakleigh 8.30. There is a reduced scale of charges for Saturday excursion tickets, available to oladay evening.

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COUNTERFEITS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

COITUTEREFITS ABROAD.-Thre are c&oterfeits and imitations abroad which are intendeito trick the community out of its money at the senso of Australia's most popular health bevcrage,1'DOLPHo WoLfe's SCHIIEDA AROMATIC . SCHAI I. No article, imported or otherwise, which is aged to possess similar ingredients to it, is aught e than a pernicious humbug. The public will guided accordingly, and shun the trap. ±.I FLORILINE !-FOR THE TEETH AID Bj TH.- A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprisled on a wct tooth-brush produces a pleasant latr, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all psites or impurities, hardens the gmuns, prevents toar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearlhhiteness, and a delightful fragrance tothe breathi~ removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayjtteeth or tobacco smoke. The "Fragrant Florill," being composed in part of honey and sweet hd, is deli cious to the taste, and the greatest toildiscovery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., of all Chemii and...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, October 18th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

OALEIGIH 'SHIRE COUNCIL. . Th ursday, October 18th. Present.-Councillor Lavidge (in the chair), Ingram, !Kelly, Irwin, Wilkes, and Armstrong. SThe minutes of previous ordinary and special meetings were read and confirmed.and outward correspondence read approved. Cenzsro x. From'the Mayor of Melbourne, suggeasting'eome action to obtain ebbscriptions in aid of the Famine Belief Fund. -Councillor Kelly thought the Ratepayers would be better satisfied if a public meeting were to be called to collect subscriptions, instead of giving out of the Shire Fund.-Couucillor Ingram moved that a donation of [£10 be given bhy the Council, and that a mecting of the ratepayers be called for the 27th instant at Hunt's Hall, Oaleigb.-Secoded by Councillor Wilkes and carried. From Dandenong Shire Council, calling attention to the discrepancy in the amount paid by Mr. Leonards as toll rent and the amount of 'the tender.-The Secretary said that he had explained. From Shire of Caulfield, suggesting to.oper...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday Oct. 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday Oct. 20. .     Present :-Tho, President (Mr.: Bourke) asnd Councillors Gibb,- Buchanan, Collier, Hanley, Con- Nor, Nixon and Dore. The minutes of.previous meeting were read and confirmed, and Secretary's outward correspondence approved of.,,. : CORRESPONDENCE. - •From Chief Secretary's Office, tating' that Mr. Joli Ifedrick had been appointed iuditor.--Received. *:From Shire' of Ballarat, advocating the issue of free pusses on the Giveinment 'Railways for mem bers of local bodies when travelling on municipal business.-Received, the Council not agreeing with' the proposal. : , From John Hedrickl, aking when the necounts would' be -ready for audit.-Referred to the Seis: Fr. om Dr. Phillips, forwarding account for salary as Health oflicer, £2 2s.-To be paid. From Borough of Maryborbough advocating the issue of Saturday excursion .tickets,between any two stations in the colony on the Government Railways, arid not only to the larg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

Drught Stallions. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE, Will ST D_ this_Sleason at ST-. GER3IAIS.: TMIPROVER is "dark bay, rising 3 years old. S SraE:' Cowden Prince, by Black Prince (imp.); dam;by: Cowden' Ind (imported); g. dam: by .Ben Loii oand (iniported)'; gg.g- dam in ported byy I. Brodie' Diirc Violet, by Fegoson's Clyde, the ehnampion horse of Adelaido ;her daon Blossom, by Improver; g dam 'Diaond,' which'l w?:'nfirst prize-tiakei in delaide for three sear. TERMSi4 for snra peddocked;' £3 for smares ed to the horse." One i. fide ,qs in. All care, but no responsibility. . 'i ; ALEX. T PATIERSON. Victor1'.s -W atty, The most 4 agnificent.Draught Stallion of his age a in the.Colonies, ". i Will Stand this Season at Soummerfield : Grange ]tlorningto., , M AXES will be received from the lstr October, L1 s:;i;th free padoelcing until they are served, die notice of which will be given.to owners,s after which-a char es ill.be made, for, grss. .:All, care Otaken of .mares sent,:but no respon...

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ANNIVERSARY OF COURT DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

~L.'IYERSARY OF COURT DAN-DENONG. The fifteenth anniversary of the above Court vas ebated on Thursday evening last, when a dinner takplce in the new building recently erected as an to Dunbar's Hotel The company con ed almost entirely of members of the Court. C ro. Rodd occupied the chair, and S.C.R. Bro. TConnor the rice-chair. The excellent dinner pr r,2] by the hostess having been disposed of, the Cee gavthethe usual lol loltoasts, hih ere re *ded to by the company singing " God Save the Bre. Routon, C.R., propo?d " Prosperity to nfIl Dandenong." He observed that he felt plet e-e in being present, as it reminded him of his ct edit to the township, when he attended the cotnd anniversary of t Ie Court some fourteen snmtre. lie congratulated the Court on the fact L! cntinued success in a limited community, and to be present at manny niore of its annual ,ntions. - The Chairman acknowledged the lt, and said that since he was connected with the it e had endeavoured to make it a success,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

" There was iiiold family fuel between them," was what the principal in a Chicago murder case said tothe jury The judge asked her if see didn't mean "feud," and lshe said to loi, "I boss this story." 'i ow" .sjid a physician, cheerily, to a patient, " you are better; you have progressed enough, now, I think, to indulge in a little animal food, and-" "No, you don't, Doctor'" interrupted the patient, "I have 'Sffered ?ehiogh on your gruel and other slop, and I'd strve sooner than begin on hay and We forbear to give the name of the person who drvertises in one of our dailies boarding for the Eummer at a large and shady brick gentleman's in th'e counfar . ' The Plain Truthl.-Grocer : " Well, Augustus, you have herebeen three months, and have seen the several departments of our trade. I wish to give you a heoice of occupation. Apprentice: "Thank'e sir." Grocer: "Well, now, what partof the busi ness do you like best?": Augustus:--with a sharp ness above his years : "Shuttin' up, sir." For...

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GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, October 18th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, October 18th." ' Ordinary meeting. Present-The President (Mr.r Lewis); and Crs. Benson,lWoodniason, Bellin, Lori mn , Middleton, Edsall, Newport, H?eywood. . ._ n The minutes of, the. previous meeting were read and confirmed; and out?rd' corres?ondence ap pved. ORRESPONDECE." From the Caulfield Shire Council, asking the p Council to appoint delegates to attend a conference, si re the nighteoil question. ant IIockins' 'Hotel: on r Novembler 1st.-Thc\ Secretary' was instructed 'to h reply that the President and Councillor Benson had i been appoitited to deal ivith this matter.: ~.. ' From the Melbourne City Council, asking the a Council to send representatives to the Town Hall oiin Wednesday to consider the question of building a n new bridge'over the Yarm in' Melbourne, and join n in deputation to, the Government:--The 'President 0ý and Councillors Lorimer and Benson were appointed to represent theCouncil. ' From the Boreondara Council, calling atten...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 20th October. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

.---o-- p D)AN]DENONG SHIRE COUNCIL ." salu day, 20thsOctber. .: (C Present: The President (Mr.'A W. Rodd), 'and Councillors Attenborough, Hutton, Orgill, Smart, 1 and Egan. n The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and outward correspondence read. connEsronEuxceE. From the Genicral Post Office,:; acknowledging ' ieceipt of communicntion, h~sking for a delivery of n letters in the township.-The President' said there it was, evidently, some misunderstanding, and he be- a lieved the request would be granted. Postponed for' t a month. From Joliis Fletehler,; Bourke: street, 'Melbourne, ti stating that he could not see any reason for changing r his opinion as to the necessity for.clearing an-' c nook Creek; stating that in the event of. the new I cutting being made he would be guided by circum- p stances as to. what course he woiuld adopt.-It was twa decided simply to receive the letter. :! b Circulars were read from the Secretary of the Paris E:xhibition, and received....

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MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

MUMICIPAL CONTERENCE. A meeting of delegates from Shire and Borough ?a?es was held on Tuesday last, 16th: of dohber, in Hochin's Hotel. The attendance was iitd, only about twenty delegates being present, reenting nine or ten municipalities. The chair epiesl byh Mr. W. T. Webb, President of tihe e sh ire, and r. J. W. Pemberton acted as Cetarnr. The first subject brought under sidaration wn the suggestion of the Waranga iure Council, that efforts should be made to obtain th insertion of new clauses in the Local Govern mnt rlt--lst, to empower shire councils to make atlmrca feeders to the Government lines; 2nd, to e-sewer shir councils to borrow uoney for the eof constructing such lines; 3rd, to provide orahr prmennt of subsidies to such lines out of the realdsetd revenue of the Colony. A discussion nad,.and the following resolutions were agreed to-Mored by Councillor Buchanan (Colae), se rended be Councillor Beal (Colac), " That a clause Sinserthd in the Local Government Act, author:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

STHURSDAY, OCTOBER 25Ta. CLEARBING SALE. - .. Egan ear Carke' H- AVE been favored with instructions from Mr. F. Steer to Sell by Auction at the Farm,,two miles from Dandenong, on the main road to Cran bourne, 30 First-class cows in milk and springing 20 two to three-year-old heifers 10 yearlings . Dray, Ploughb,Harrows, Chaffcutter,.Dog-art, `.. Saddles;-Harnees; and a lot of Sundries.' Particulars in posters. Sale at Twelve o'clock. 42ct IMPORTANT LAND SALE AT DANDENONG. SAU......._STURDAY,.3an NOVEMBER.... Egan and Clarke .-A RE instructed by Robert Her, 43 Bourke street . West, as agent for the owners, to SELL by AUCTION, on the above date, at 12 noon, Building Allotments in the Township, Suburlasi Imnd adjoining,' F-rms in the Neighborhood from 160 to 400 acres. . , Further particulars in future advertisement. Apply to the Auctioneers, Dandenong, or to 303ERT EER, ESTATE AGENT, 43 Bourke street West. 'SATURDAY, 3RD NOVEMBER. Important Land Sale at Dandenong.' Building Allotments...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

.seE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. 7wnt, Woris, for One Insertion ... ... Is. Tent?rto Thirty Words, do ... ... 2s. Thiey to Forty Words, do ... ... 3s. AbRo Forty Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch,. if for One Insertion only. Ilarse DtscoUFrT upon all advertisements appear ing for Three Months. Trade Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. IArertiements must specify on the face of them the number of insertions, or they will be con tinurd and charged for till couutermanded. All oeners for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. Mvertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DI RECTOR Y. Solicitors MILLER, TIIOMAS, 64 Little Collins street tst, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kildn. Butchers 1,INIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher, Rowena Parade, Richmond. tiscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Cardigan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Su...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, October 19th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and Mr. James Jamison J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, October 19th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and Mr. James Jamison J.P. James Douvra, George Teagle and John Ross, were summoned by Susan Miller, an apparently in- nocent maiden, for using insulting language in a public place. The words reported to have been used were " Here you are, Suke Wang." The offence was alleged to have been committed under a verandah opposite the Post Office on October 1st. Evidence was adduced, to the effect that two out of three boys were a mile and a half away at the time comfortably esconced in bed, and that Susan on her way home that evening was amusing herself by making bricks out of a material unsuited for the purpose.-The Bench dismissed the case.

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 24th, 1877. Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

Zip:: Sbit Bouith l ,WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 24th, 1877. Etoal intellignct. -0 .The,, Market at.Dandenong was. well attended yesterday. There was a very large supply of young pigs and calves, but the prices realised showed a considerable falling off as compared with prices recently obtained. The beautiful weather had the effect of causing a good attendance, though the busi ness done was not large. The member for South Gippsland called attention in the House on Tuesday, October 16th, to the un satisfactory state of the mail service between Mel-' bourne and Sale. He stated that before the opening of the Oakleigh and Bunyip section the mails were delivered in Sale in 22 hours from Melbourne, but sitice'then the time occupied in transit had been as muchas- 39 hours. Mr. Woods said in reply that the Railway Department was not to'blame; the time table had been drawn up after consultation with the Postal Department, and an allowance had been made of nine and a half hours for the coach to go fr...

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Police Intelligence. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Before Mr Templeton P.M., and Mr. W. R. Looker J.P. Saturday, October 20th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., and Mr. W. R. Looker J.P. Saturday, October 20th. Francis Bolch was fined 2s. 6d. for having no lighted lamp at his licensed premises. The same defendant was charged with permitting drunken persons to be on his licensed premises. The police visited defendant's hotel, the Mountain View, on Sunday evening, and heard dulcet sounds of music, step-dancing, waltzing, and sundry other innocent pastimes going on. They then knocked at the door and went in, and found there among others a drunken person named Martin Kirk.—The Bench imposed a fine of 40s.   Martin Kirk was fined 10s. Henry Smith, charged with absconding from the hired service of Alfred W. Walsh, was remanded to Hawthorn. The general electoral lists for the Oakleigh and Mulgrave divisions were revised.

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