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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877
CLIPPiNGS FROM "PUNCI": - --0-0-- · ~-·-· iTur GENERAL ELEriCTo.'-Beer and 'for-beer will be the motto for candidates at the election:;;and ale, all ale, the battle-cry. So says 3oniface, aod he ought to know. A. co'iit'ry paper in a' notice .'abittitlie Hanidj book to the Publican's s Act, by HoIIi. Jans M'Keaii.tsays that it is cormpiledby the Author of ;Divorce !. :We hiave.o heard:. of inmny of Mr. ' M'Kean's' failinfgs but we neverbefore knew of such a crime being in the- list. If the: hono: 'gentleman is, the SAuthor ofDivorceihe has ai 16 "to insi"er for. A -.? i\oI?r-RO .BE R.ROiis'?' ,A Iio"iT:. .TWe regret to learn from the :daily, piapes that a burglar broke into tle house of Sir Charles Gav) 'Diffy; istealing' therefrom siundry articles; including two trophy-cups won by Master.F. Duffy at a regatta: The thief also took "a cold sholidder 'of'miilnti This ~ve believe, was highly prized by; Sir Clhrles', as it is the identical' cold"shoulder presented to the patriot-pension...
GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, 27th January. Before R. G. Benson, Esq., Chairman; and R. Sellar, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877
SGARDINER POLICE COURT. S Saturday, 27tli January. Before R. G. Benson, Esq., Chairman; and ;, .- '. ,R. Sellar, lstq. + . . 'Constable Waters v. Gustave Beyer.:. a colonial youtli. of G10sumeirs l, who, accord ing to his own statement, w;ent to the house of Mr Pattison for a drink of ~ater, but, ac cordiiing to 'Pattison's st'tement, it was a capl fll of npples. 'Fined 5s. "; Willi?na J. Pickering; goods, Z£1 14s. Id.' Order for amount, and s. costs. 'Constable Waters v.' Thomas' Ttillock; wilfilly depasturing' without authority in that lehalf fiur head ofcattle oh Crown lands, snchlland ihot being'a common. The land iin question'is'a:reserve 'oh 'the Scotcliinaa's Creek ro:nd; and defendant hlias grazed his cattle: there- fort twenty years, and thought'it a hard matter to be interfered with now, and knew'nothini about tile 03rd clause of.the Land Act. : Fined 2s. Od. -Same v. Same;i allowing four head of cattle to wander on a public road, grass being short and dried up on the rese...
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, January 26. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Jamison, Harston, and Ward, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877
CIIELTENlIAM POLICE COURT. Friday, January 20. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Jamison, &nbsp; Harston, and Ward, J.P. &nbsp; James Roberts v. Charles Wedge ; failing to agree as to kind of fence to be con- structed.-Postponed for fourteen days. Wm. Smith, Charles Willshine, and &nbsp; George Mallon were fined 5s. each for being drunk and disorderly. W . P. Hutchinson v. Thomas White ; warrant of ejectment.-Adjourned for four- teen days. &nbsp; The Court then adjourned. A : an iwho had; deserted: from lhe ship Bangalore swas arrested a few- dsays since and sentenced .to twelveosweeks' imprison ment. .. Prior to his leaving the .colony on leave of absenc Mr. G. O.Duncan; Insplector of the Industrial Schools, c .vas presented with a very.handsome epergne by the officers and and others connected '.wihthe institution. A biker's" ?ihrse rani. away recently in, Melbourne, and stopped his career by going, into a tobacconist's shop throiigli the window. Mr. La'no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 January 1877
eOALE OF CHARGE S FORi ADVERTISING: rwenty Words, forOne Insertion : ..' ?"'.. Twenty to Thirty. ords, do , .. . ..:2e Thirty to Forty Wordsa , :do .. . s above Forty W\ords, at the rate of 3e per iich, if for One Insertion only. ; ' ' ' A large Diswcoucr upon 'all 'Advertiemente appearin for Three Months:. ;; Advertiseinents must specify on the face of them the nember of izissrtions, or they will -b continued and charged for till countermanded. All order for withdrawal or alteration to be sent ino0 tbd day prior topublication. D:IRE TORY.: Solicitors-- .' ::` MILLER, THOMAS,: 64 Little Collin setree east, Melbonuie; and Toonah'.Cottage, Wart tietree road, Gardiner. , . t . Butchers--'.: : ; . : .'. PINNIGER, JOHN,' General Family Botcher Rowena Parade, Richmond : ýTiscellaneous- i J. HOLT, Water Filte Manufacturer,117ia Car. dign street, 'oppote iArgyle qaieb,'Carlton formerly of 19 Arg'lI place, Lygon seiret:" Grazing Paddooks- i PIlBRET'SGRAZING PPADDOCK,Pakenham, -Address: 13 Yo...
GRIFEITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 3rd February. (Before, Messrs, Butler, P.M., and Messrs. Turnbull, West, and Reid, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
GRIFEITITIS',POIN POLICE COURT. S Saturday, 3rd Februaly. (Before Messrs. Butler, P. 1.,and. lessrs. ;Turnbull, West, and Reid, J.P.) Satson ,v. Saniiderson a charge of ille gally u'singra hor-se. : Th. ?s.s Frost, Fredk. Godfiey, and Cdonstable Ardill, gave evi dence as to defendant' having taken the .horse from Kilciidadi',iliout permiission of plaintiff Finedi 5s. an?,n 0s. costs, inde fault seven.days' imprisonment. . ,A niziinh named LCasen "was"summoned by the police" fr~ mhkikn use of 'abusive lanuiiage in a public place, and fined 5s. Policev. Gcorge Walton ;; cutting timber on:Crown lands without a license. Fined I s,e-4 l hlielCirmiclinel, for a sinilaroffence, was fid;1s., anId tlhe Court aidjourned..
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. PARIS, DECEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
; ARRIVAL OF THE ENGISH IMAIL: PARIS, DECEMIER .3. Tli Senate lSsi aht lhist unmasked its bat teries a'ginilst the Chamnber, and has delivered a" veritable broadside ; the point selected was the suppression of the grants to the i'ilitary chaplains, and which the Senate restored by ti majority of 2Ž29 votes against 49. .Thisu division is instructive. The Chamber stopped the grog of the chaplains by the compact vote of the Republicans; now the Senate consists of 300 members, about the moiety republican, and the other nmonarchists of various kinds, yet on a tie by a test vote only forty-nine true blue republican senators came to the support of the Chamber. It is also remarkable that the bran new ministry took no part in the contest, they being in doubt, abstained. This kind of want of political courage is peculiar to all French ministers. It is even the cause of many of the political confusions that distract the country.. Being the leaders, Cabinets decide to follow. The division is a ...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
M-ARKETS. EsrToins MAlnxeT,3:d Fb; :--Vegetables: Biril, I*. pir d.z bunches; beanu, Iidnet; lid to 21 per II ; bonuiets, 4s to 8s per dozen; cabbages," 2s to 6s do; airoti; Gd to 9d per dos buc' es; creess water, 6d to 8:ido; cashfl;dwers. 2s to 2s 6d do: cucumbers, is to 4e'do ; borseradish, 2s to 6s per dozen sticks; garlic, 3d per:Mb; lettuces, Gd to is per dozen ; m'r joram, 6d,to' 8 do; mint, 6d to 8 do; onions,dried So to Ca per owt;' do, green, 6d to 9d per dozen bunches ; parsley;6d do.; parsnips, 9d to to 3d do; potatoes, 3s to ps per ewt; do, kidney., to 8s do: rhu barl;, 9d to Is per doz.banchee; radishes, 6d to 8d do; sage, 6d to 8d do; shallota,2d to 3d per Ib ; spinach, 2d to 3d per b ; thyme, 6d per dos bunches ; turnips, 81. Ito -ls.apcr doso unthea.., Freit: Almonds, 3d per lb.; spticets, 2d to 3d do.; app:er, de-sost, id to'2dldo;; d ;,icowking, 2s to 2s Gd' p'r bushel; figs) IOd .to;l 3d per dsz; eutrrnts.l 4 per Ib.; gooseberrie', Si to 4d do.; tttulbiert, 31 do...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
C: ORRESPONDENCE. (Or colunii aro open for' the discussi? of all questions ohic/s are ,noi of a' ectariaa character. Wea rish it to he dishntly,'anderstood, howrer, that we 'do sot identify ourseloes with: thai opinions expressed lb .our correspondent. All eommnrunications for ino aertsiissmn be addroedt to the Editor asd cotsin tha name and addresa of Iha writer, as a gmurantlc of good faith.-aici ,I:
WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
-Y-:·- III.S-I5-AE.11,UHE. . ?V) I (Fu.on= a Conrespl onde.t.).' .lThi piinciple iereit up-here, and ono whicli it supporters i-entto some trohble to rive amrpile notice, was R meeting to form a Shire! soutld'i?ofthe line, hiot no stepsn wre ta.ken on account of a trumotur 'it the (diS trict was gaiietin" aoShior e. d 'a:b ire Politics hav. recdived. tin impetus ly i proper asking.Dr.; Lloyd; of 'Melbourne, to st'and Tor tihd district;' elieinlft .atb) Mir Rihitel's store,'but, saving the appearance of teing l wol thuinmed "it does not bear a singl sigfnture." f .` 'A Ire.t deal- of sighiig afind gnashiing"of tisthl ? "?: lidciesiilt of theistepsithkeni to compel tlie storekeepers, ?c?, to remove from the reserves:fori's.titiilpurposes! It seenis a hardshil,: as exlpese li?s'been incdrred by comet iii' puittig' fi suititnti i i?lnacs; tieid theirlldise's cannot bhecalculteid if'they are corimel d tt r?ienove b!esides being'a great inconvenie'nc to the men' employed oni the T:.efi eo...
To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
To the Editor 6i thf it ii9ook ; fnd eotrninuton Journal. Dear Sir,-1 eo t" Churctgoer 'has again rushe, lint riet, sindthi'timeioe w tle thin' hal opened its jaundiced jaws, and be?hed f. it its Iile nd vedom. It has left the ohu'rch? ani gone to siu ftl droppings from the cowe and wallow in the muc with a neighbor's pig-. I will, leave it there in disgust. In ntira tie Prebyteriav of Berwick and 'hrir T . a r fta to " ; thins by with silent contempt.;' ' :.; ?-?' , '"0 ' i " l V c'h ? t, .i : ! remai.a;.yonrro I'! , . . A.I RESBY ERIA . [We cannot insert any nm re. corrsepondence on this sibjet .].
BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, February 2. Before Messrs. Officer, Wilson and Barr. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
Friday, February . ,Before. Messrs. Officer, :Wilon and Barr. '.Tlie Revenue Inspector suminoned Henrj Sdpwell. for haiiing more liquor on his pre miiss jthan required for private. use.-Mr. Lowe "appeared to' prosecute, and Mr. 'F. Stephen ;for the, defenint.t MIr:. Stdephen' took !obiection tthe inforinmation beinig not laid upon.onth.--lhe Bench decided that Ithe objection was fatal, and dismissed the case. ~:iPtrick 'Sillivan .wýas sulmnoned by. the Berivick Shire for: rates,.2s. Gd., but the ?cse was settledt ?. . .i L'Elizhibeth McLellain l l : R. Atkinson; gdooIs, £3.5s. 0 d. ?o appea:rance. Shire Council v. Geo. Savory ; rates, £4: -Order for the amount, with costs, there ehiing no appearance of defendant.' The. Court then adjourned.
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 31st January. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., the Mayor (Mr. S. V. Winter), Dr. Clarke, and Messrs, Gleadell and O'Connor, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
ICH1MOND. POLICE COURT - Wedne.ay, 31st Janu-ary. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., the Mayor. (31k. S. VWinter),Dr.Clarke,?andMesss, Gleadell and O'Connor, J.P. . --Coittable Dggan rv. John McGorlick; insultinebehariour. The defendant, (who, it appeared, was mixed up.in the Simpson's road row; on Christmas nigh) insisted upon cr-osing apiece of land, over which there is no!thoroughfare, and upon beinr remon stratd with by a Mir. Jordan. he used very ia ling , lanjnae, telling Jordan that he would do for him befor the next Saturday nighi and that he. would.knock his two eyes into one. In reply to a question from the Pench, the defendant -sated that he was Employed at Walker's soap factory, on Simp?ons road; but he denied Lain"g used the.threateninr lannuage imputed to him. The Chairman of de Bench informed him that as he had not been previously con rice, .-the Beach were. inclined to deal leniently- with him, and ie would, therefore, be fied_ r s; or in default be imprisoned for fourteen ...
OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
OUR.: .LOXDO.\ -L.,TTE?R.?: "tjhsweir &# Caaorr asoaitL): ?o % -. Loson cDecember >`ý The Ei tern qne=non-,til o'sh'dows ever o tletopic of interest here. Lord 'b i rt.e _ Enish xjeipo tenhiar:, has had asiih.-a r ifth the Snhann and also many .conersa ,onis ,ixi his itn',ers as well aws ich aie nyan oinbssdo Gen. onate Several nformal sitting of the Conferenicehs helA, and at all of thee the?Porie?ha? of conrse.had or repre ce:t "apr, ene_ These2 tnnrv meet nzre aenot aid to bie io'er. They have resu?ed in a nenesal itreement among the Powesna to Jte reformo 5oe.bereipired fom Turkerf nd amt to dthe nece si- of ra ing effectual snccrity for the doe execnxion. Thi y1 i liec mo,: incklh point of all, ane yd i ,ee now to be datdmitted that a io-elnn Qc.panO ox thed ltiirbed disttcets. for Ia time .a leitp irndipensable. To obvixne. suspicon and jealousy, of Russa esp- tal? It' ie b -een stirsed sha: Belgiun or StzrandJilrd e asked 1o send roop% t B?lo l a pe?o er e o order ...
KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
IC ENSIRGTO?N PARK RACES. very fair day's sport wwas witiiessed at the IKensing-toli Parkl races, on Saturday afternoon last.' Thie weather was fine, althou h rionichat warmi.: i For the IHurdle Race, first phiace was tiaken'3 by 'Iotip La, Right Bower and Misfortune, taking second landthird n dle es. :he Maiden Plate fell to 'Wildfire'. For' the Railwav' Plate, Peerless coie in first, beating. HIniltone, John Peel, and lfour others:. The Steeplechase was won 'h, Mickey Free; with Panic second. The Selliti~ Race f'oi, 11acks and "old screws was on 1by: Sheet Anchor, an old Melbolrn.c Cupl favorite. IThe afternoon's racing was concluded by the :Telegraph Stakes, which waswiron by: Crinsust Peerless taking second laice lihe followming is the order in which the leiding liorses carie in-. ioaRt. RacE, of'30 (ov Tao miles. It Gnriflio,' g'g'IIoup L,,'6 yrm, Set 7 lb ... I S G Cibh's h h Right B swer. 6 yre, Sst 31h. .. 2 D. O'Sheia'oeli im Mifoirtonce, yeoor, 8st'91b. ... 3 MAIDs PLATE, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
Valuably, Jiscaceiy. fr tlhe Hcir.--II ynur hair it turning Racy-or whi:e or filling olf. use ý'!TL-,-MTxi can "luir Renewer.'. fur it willp silirily restore is crued case grey or while hair It ie riunlgl cliii itthuiint OI rg the disagreenble ta I 0 Io Ft , R "I tIiraao . It maker then hair tlhrrmiuighy bIautiful, o e'el a+ prowniliung the prowl Ii of the hair en hal ohols whiuernte plthe and i ire lt d-cauiii hhAk t Chiri at or'i" the MIhzicnui Hfir Ihi*et e," propanre "t 'HenryC 0 hal!'ip, 493 (il~frddlrecl, Londni an' 'ii d hr Chemit, and Perfuiern ovazywherra at 3. 6d perbott. .
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
MEETINGS' OF-_LOCAL='BODIES: BOQROONDARA. SHIRE- (J0 UNCIL; Wednesday, 3ist January ;' Present :l--h`` PIresident P (ili"_G:-_H Taylor) alnd Councillors Wiedemiiann fi lard, Robinson, and Dillon. The minutes of 'the: previons : meetingD were read and ;confirmed. Correspondence outwards read and approved. COnRESPODEN: CE. . From the Secretary of flhe Asylum'"and School for the Blind, solicitig donationO in aid ot the fiuds of that iinstittiotn. lesolved--That the donation sliould be the same as last year. It as tlihen resolved on the motion of the Presideiit that the sium of £.1 be voted in aid of the public cha rities, to be distributed in the same manner as last year. ' From J. McDonald,, coimplaiingin that -a summons had been issued against him" fdr the pay'ment of rates.-Received.-,.' From the Sewers and Water Supply. De artment, accepting thd offer of E5 for use of the standpipe for the year 1877.-Received. From the Treasury Department, in refer ence to the furnishing of the usu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
Who Cuts Your Hair? :T. -E NNEDY, sS Simpsaon's Road, .orth Richmond Where deea?iness snd attenaon Sce to be had. RETAIL TO- CONStS. we ramS THE G. V. BROOKE AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. President, Dr. L-. Smith; Ti?e Pretidein, G. B Johnso. Eq.; Trererer, , r. P. F. Prende-rg-et. Patn: GEO. COPPIN ESQ., .L L A. AGeneral MEEIIG of 3ermber wll be held on TUESDAY EVENING nert at Eliht o'daock brp. at Prendergast'a Town Hall Club Hotel, Bida roe d. -A BrideR Boad, RRthmEnd. ls Oetber, 1t76. J. B OSISTO, Pharmaceutical Chemist -BE1SETS his onellimeets to hi numeuerm Seoae:" ?and begs to informn -~a that be ha. Di-,ed if bit Farily and Diegpainz Biress to MR. UNS. late of oIndo, wiehm be has mnsh pietsure in itrodonti as a Gentleman of Practical exerience, being r.ny yeats Head Aetant in tome of the lead ig Dispe?ir Ess~,im-ents of the Wet End of London, im, Dinneftrd ed Co., Sew Bod stree; Boutle'e, Chezpide: and Belloctk..Conduit rea; a ed r iater i bsrner for himelf a: 555 Ox font street, L...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
cnanouRNE SHIRE'COUNCIL Saturday, February 3. - Present:-The President (Mr. Lecky); ? Councillors Poole, Howard, Faiey, ales Patterson, Lecky, jmn, Rossnit r Crichton, ' he minutes of the previous meeting idire ad and confiramed. - - e o?uncillor Poole presented.?the report'of Ce tFi ne Committeerecommendin.g pay. i~opmounting• to £40 1is,. which was Crsa.. - ,Cpondencewaivais,: read' arid a am Clnrke and Co., saysin that there n ?t paroel of Governiment debentures ?t ohis? tainableto and thinkini s tjiaro '4 ,?t g teeCofunirt should ihav.?e topsvy ýrBr1Bm" to furtaer ndvise Received. From-the oSecretary-of- thtl ?Commiitter forrded for the purpose, ,otfcollectin- sub scriltions in aill of tihd fiild for the relief of the ny,Smithl, who had lbuoth 'rms ciut 3off h a reaping machine,--,enclosin'agTsubi' icriition list, iad;rei uesting assistance. BThe Council ddec'del to. contribiite one guiuea, and Coiuncllor Pleundertoolin k the charge of,the ,:subscription listi ;to ;bich Councill...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 6th February. Before the Mayor, (Mr. W. Cleverdon) Messrs. Sayce, Molloy, Stacpoole and Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 February 1877
.POlIOE' NTELLIGENgE. - H IA?WTHOR\ POLICE COURT.. `. e , Tii-y, 60th Feb ruart.+ ', Before the Mayor, ; (M. :i'. .leverdon), M essrs.: Sayce, Molloy,, Stipoole and " .cls'iel Larkins ,was chrge "livr wit iu;law?nillj, ssaultin.Conost'blC Gro'iianti the e:ecutien -f is dut Mr.. Gr3 appearcd to, prosecute ,and .1 Taylor defended thle prisoner. .Constable. o!a deposed ,that on Sulay1 imormngn lst, 'at tibout .tenty,minnutes o one a , e saw two drays on the road; oe having i lie't and the ohel ein?aithout Called .out to? tl la tter, aid sked-why lie did not r a he whipped his orse and ?talloped on. -e (Constable rogai) took hold of te horses head, e the prisonier sid Grog'an you rare too smart" ~ild then umlid off' the '.drijand struck him, pnd tore his uniform durin.g tie sc?file'ii li' eisuch ned `Witness ,fold the prisonersthat lie i-bold take him, to the' lockeup, and hL id better . .o.quietl., butt he .'iidhie «oiiid :not '.'o oniresisted msost violently, i coinseFluence of ': lii...