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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877
patmentof Public Works, Melbourne, 25th October, 1877. FT[ENDERS will be received, subject to the con JI ditions of Tendering, for REPAIRS and PAINTING Court House, Anderson's Creek, until Twelve o'clock on Wednesday, 7th November, 1877. Drawings and Specifications may be seen at this Office, and at the Police Station, Anderson's Creek. The amount of the preliminary deposit to ac company the Tender is £2, and' the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the contract is 10 per cent. The Board of Land and Works will not neces sarily accept the lowest or any Tender. J. B. PATTERSON, Commissioner of Public Works. Education Department, Melbourne, 16th October, 1877. TENDERS are invited for the REMOVAL and &nbsp; and RE-ERECTION of the BUILDINGS for State School No. 1417, Buln Buln. Plans and Specifications may be seen, and Forms of Tender obtained at the School, and at the oflices of this Delpartment. ` Tenders are to be addressed to the Secretary, en do...
TIME-TABLE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877
TIME-TABLE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY.-Oakleigh, de- parts at 7am.; Dandenong, arrives at 7.28, fare 1s. 6d. and 1s. Berwick, arrives at 7.54, fare 3s. and 2s. ; Pakenham, arrives 8.20, fare 4s. 6d. and 3s. ; Bunyip, arrives at 9, fare 6s. 6d. and 4s. 6d. Leaves Bunyip at 6.40, and arrives at Pakenham at 7.10, Berwick 7.36, Dandenong 8.2, Oakleigh 8.30. There is a reduced scale of charges for Saturday excursion tickets, available to Monday evening. A second train leaves Bunyip at 10 a.m., arriving at Pakenham, 10.40, Berwick 11.6, &nbsp; Dandenong 11.32, Oakleigh, 12. Leaving Oakleigh at 4 p.m., Dandenong, 4.28, Berwick, 4.54, Pakenham, 5.20, arriving at Bunyip at 6. &nbsp; &nbsp;
CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 27th October. Before Messrs. Lecky and Rossiter. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877
C: RIAN-BOURE' POLICE COURT. S:t?u'day, 27th October Before Messrs. Leeky and Rlossiter. F. ]Tall i:.IMe l)noio ghl; n hliarge of assildt and threatening languagc..-. Mr., Lowne appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. b. Steplici fordifcndant. As the l3encli consideied there were' tio' 'clhaigcs 'in one soiniiotis, ii lenigthl yairgtimo tbok"'p licaoi the point as to ivtliether the sminUoios should be t ninlded. --M3r. Lowe isked' to hInv' otie of the complainits struck out, and quoted authorities: to'ishow that it could be done.-The ilBenclh agreed to, anmendi the simamouns with the consent. of plaintiff and defen-, amit.--Mr.-Stephen soaid the Benohslhadl-n ponwerto. ioendl, and quoted authorities, in support of hisi argument.--The Itenh bel ghii s ti.?ledeh r. Stephen theif waved' his objection and allowed one of-the charges to be!:struck 6otit-:M,[r.r Lawdresaid the assault wa) committed on Suatrtlay Last.: l'Plaintiff was in charge of paddopks fornlerly ini possession of Mr. Wim. Camer...
BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 26th October. (Before Messrs Officer. Henty and Elms) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877
BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 26th October. (before Messrs Officer, Henty and Elms) Murdoch McDonald v J S White ; goods sold, &nbsp; &nbsp; £3.—No appearance. &nbsp; G. W.Robinsoni, Revenue officer for the Shire of &nbsp; &nbsp; Berwick, summoned John Crean for selling liquor without a license. : Mr .Daly appered for the pro ectltimo, Mr. Gillott for the defence. Post- poned for a fortnight.-Same v Thos. Griffiths sen., a similar charge. opri'te' defectiv ('.in the en;lo;oo Mr. Wright pred that ftl'i lifil( b ei &nbsp; in (Iefinddni. hoitse 0on the illr sfiied in the siu-?U ,,oss, anmd o a? idrs forlo oo? porter onit'luit t h i dr d upididfor orbhich" they 1nid tlh oUniiof 2- Finiea J0 or ono lu~otth's inpriso?niiichnt. Notiee of ~ipp 4l ??ggiven in lig o lfn b If odeifeitilmt -Smnir v. J. ,uo. tters; a' 'siiilhr ehui?ar. Pl'st poned on i.count of the soeri cote f m IITlonois not girtiho th diefendliit tile io Iprpir?r hisi defenie. -...
BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, October 29th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877
BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. &nbsp; Monday, October 29th. &nbsp; Present : The President (Mr. J. Smedley), and Councillors Williamson, Delany, Hoare, Finger, Holloway, Petty, and Stiggants. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE. From Shire of Huntly, calling attention to the difficulty experienced in getting costs allowed with verdicts for payment of rates in the courts of Petty Sessions. Those ratepayers who did not feel in- clined to pay their rates within the proper time were thereby in just the same position as those who paid them punctually, and, as they had no fear of a penalty accompanying the enforcement of payment they would not be induced to pay until compelled to do so. The communication also suggested an amendment of the Act so that magistrates would be called upon to inflict penalties with their verdicts.— Received. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From the Governmnent Statist, asking to be furni...
The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
S"WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1877. TiHE, question of.payment of members is one of the- most important with which the present 'Pirliiinient 'ha is to deal,: but there are indicatidns that Mr. Berry intends in an underhand ?ainaner tioi erpetuiate it without proper authority.. It' may generally be ac cepted as a fact that tlie couitryis against the 'continuance of. payment .of members, but the needy, seedy, and greedy follovirrs of Mr Berry feel that itis essential to :their existence and they are not prepared to give it: up. without remonstrance. As is .well known, the Act under which the payment is made will expire at the end of this session, and, as there are good grounds for believing that the Legislative Council is averse to re-enacting the measure, Mr Berry is striv ing to do his utmost to remove it from their consideration,,.or bring great pressure to bear on them to pass it.' One way, in which it is proposed to perpetuate ,the measure is this': it is to remain law until the pres...
TO THEE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
TO THEE. B2, JVlIA LEONARD. What shall Is ay to thee, beloved, To tell the love that's in mni heart? What words could fitly that express, Which in itself is measureless, " ' SAnd knows not space or part? What shall I Say to thee, beloved ? Oh, look within mine eyes and see, Viewing thy image pictured there ; Know deep within my heart I bear An altar raised to thee. And this I say to thee, beloved, No other name that altar knows, EBt that dear name so loved by me, But the dear name that's borne by thee, Wreathed by love's fragrant rose. And I can only say, beloved, * Look deep within that heart of thine, And what 1 cannot here express, Because it is so measureIess, SRead in thy heart for minie.
THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
THE. WAR' IN THlEEAST.' The war in the East still dras' its slow letl? t li' i:on and fiiriiishes matteisfd3o tlic newspnpers i eiverv 'lpirt ofthe' civilised world. 'he Russians appear to be making great efforts to retrieve themselves; and, if the anccoiints nare to :be 'credited, i heve lieen norei successful recentl tlhaii in the Borni inencement of the canmpaign.. They are said to have taken an .important position on the Great Sophia road, ,by; which the Turkish communication has been kept up, and,:to liave inflictedsevere loss on thelo enemy,. Iii other places the Riissians are also gaining great. advantages,:ns will be :seen by' the official war telegram, but.the Czar is said to .bemuch distressed' at :the, slow progress `which is bcing"maiide '" " . iTelegrams dated October 28th show tha' the Russians were -not to be allowed to iiave it all tlieirbivn way. 3They made in attack on Kars, but were repulsed, and; although the surriender of t l ae'ilaceis alnnouniced as a not ijii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
j 1hTrulyrgreat men never become vulgarly intimate with each other. They sit apart as the gods, talking rdm peak to peaik all roundOlympus. ":i i " - TIeoAT AFFECTIONS ANYD HEOAtnENEeS.-All suf* fering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably.surprised at the almost immediate reliefa:.fforded byathe use ofSlmrown's?Bronchial Troches." These famous ' Iozenges" are now sold by iost respectable chemists, in this couistry, at is. l.d. per box; (?eoplo troubled with, sn'' backing "ogh, "a, "slight cold," ori broiiclial 'affections 'can peot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progres 'sinsltlinoiuis'PPolmonary and Asth nmtic affections. See that the words, " Brown's Ironiclial Ti'ches,"'are on'thc'Govern'mentStainp eii ind 'each ~i.-3fanufactured by John I. Brown &.Sons, Boston, United States. Depot, 493, Oxford street, London. , AiC" v O ? bnoEnr As !=?el ydt blken in your restby a. sick child suffering with the pain of cut 'tii, teeth?'. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
- Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 1st November, 1877. fr ENDERS will be received, subject to the Con . ditions of Tendering for FENCING at Lighthouse Station, Arthur s Seat, Dromann, until Twelve o'clock on Thursday, 22nd November, 1877. Drawings and Specifications may be seen at this Ofice, and at the Post Oflice, Dromana. The amount of the preliminary deposit to nacomo pony the tender is £2, and the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the Contract is £10 per cent. The Board of Land and Works will not neces sarily accept the lowest or any Tender. J. B. PATTERSON, 41vn Commissioner of Public Works. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 1st November, 1877. ,TENDERS will be received, subject to the Con L ditions of Tendering, for CUTTING SLOPES and FILLING at approaches to Sorrento Jetty, until Twelve o'clock on Thursday, 22nd Norember, 1877. Drawings and Specifietions may be seen at this Office, and at the Post Office, Sorrento. The amount of the...
MELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK. ESTABLISHED 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
MELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK. ESTAILISHED 1811. Ollices: Corner of Marklt street and Flinders lane West. . Open daily frm 10 till 3 o'clock; Saturday, from 10 till 12; also, Saturday Evenings from 6 till 8, for receiving Deposits only. Sums received of ONE SHILLING and upsards, and Interest allowed at the rate of Four per cent. Persons residing in the Suburbs or Country can deposit by letter. 'Numnber of Accounts open at 1st July, 1877, 12,478. Amount at Credit of Depositors at 1st July, 1877, £501,022 12s. 6d. tco78 JOHN ALSOP, Actuary.
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
S .LMARKETS. EASTERN, TARKETrr,, Saturday, .27th. October.- Vegctables: Artichoke, ground, 1Id. per lb; aspuara g"us, 2s. to Gs. per lihudred; beans, iroaid, id.'per lb.; beet, Gld. toy 9d. per.dozen; bouqiets, 3s.,to 8s. pcr dozen' abboes, is.' to `3s. di.; aulitlnwers, is. .to 3s. do.; carrots, Gd to is. per dozen buniches; celery, s. 1'to2. per dozen sticks; cress,' rater, Gd to dI? per dozen bunches; garlic, 2d. to 3d. per lb.; horseradish,, 2s. ,to 5s. per dozen sticks?; leeks, Gd.'to 8d: pei dozen bunches ; lettuces, 6d. to 8d. per dozen ; narjoram, 3d. to 6d. per doz. binches ; mint, 6d. to. 7d. do.; mushrooms, 8d: per lb. ; onions, dry, 14is. to' 16. per cot. ; do. green, 4d. to 6d. per dozen' bunhesl;: parsley, 6d. do.; parsnips, 9d. to is. 9d. do. ; pes, ld. to 15d. perlb.; psotatoes, 3s. to 3s. 6d. per cwt.; new do., 7s. to 9s. per cwt.; pumpkins, 3s. to 10s. per dozen; radishes, Id. to Gd. per dozen bunches ;rhubarb, Is. to 2s. do.;. sage,.6d, to 7d. do. ; shallots, 2d. ...
PETER PINDAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
PETER PINDAI We hanve, the railway, yet we are not satisfied; we growl, becanse we are charged first-class rates to sit in a second-class car riage; in fiact, the more we get the more we growl,; and ,vhen the trains run on' .to Drouin junction we will growl because the roads are not made,' and because the town ship blocks have not been sold so its to allowalspeculators 'and others to put up places of business. We, growl'-in fict, growling is our forte i'we would not be fair representatives; of,John Bull if;weallowed any chahde' to' escape us of"relieviing ~our feelings .by a growl, and the different 'de partmienes, knowing 'our little failihgs' in this respect, give plenty of subjects to growl about. Our growls at one another are well known, and the growls of dne section. of our community. because they will not be allowed to tax the whole district are ipro verbial. Our rival railway stations growl' at one another, and'send the echoes of their growls to the railway' department. We gr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
ofthe mot successful amateur entertainments e r, r been given in Rielunond took place at n. all on Wednesday evening.for the pur. litngthe India Famine Relief Fund: TOnW g was above the average of 'such m.tn, ? id the instrumental music could re been surpasled. The band of the Rites played excellently under Herr '?, ctor, nand we shoild think, judging t performane on Tlhursday, that they to l Peading position among the volun= oti the emony. Mr. SL Folio Caws, the o mposer, conducted the musical part of t generally, and praise is due to him te?-t t annnerin which it was carried out. rt5l rrbyangoemntof thle ent'ertainmentwas sey 3It r. Mandoelle Ion behlf of the Stt Young Men's Societ, and the result Shatthe work s well?perfor?nid There e ol arge attendance at tlhe eniiterdinniit, te o al die .rturns are sent in; it is expected S-. 0 ition will bemade to the fund. tu U o o in wome of a certain Snot U7 bu , ybut uth, .
INDIAN FAMINE RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
INDIAN FAMINE RELIEF. FUND. Contributions to this fund still continue to be received by the Mayor of Melbourne. Among those that have been acknowledged are the following:-Richmond, £200; Harwood, Dandenong, £5; Bedggood and Co., £2 2s.; collection in' Hawthorn, £228 Os. 6d.; Disciples of. Christ, Bally shanass', Nunawading, 0Os.; Mornington Shire, £10 ; Narree Warren State School, £2 19s.; Ballyshanassy State School, £2 10s.; , Donscaster Riding, Shire of Bulleen, £25 5s. ; State School, 1604, Gardiner, £4; State School, Cranbourne, No. 144, £2 ; State School, No. 118, Clyde, Cranbourne, £2 16s. 4d.; Shire Council of Berwick, £20.
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. [?] Mr. Templeton P.M., and Messrs. Looker and Jodena J.P. Saturday, November 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
O.IKLEIGII I'OLlCE COURT. ?:; r. Templeton P.M1., and Messrs. Looker and Jordan J.P. Datunlay, November 3rd. Gare Rolfe wasn ummoned br T. J. Pane for £1 ?leoodal sold. Diefendant did not appear, and Et eer oos made for the amount with 5e. costs. fCr F. Jansen r. Mrs. Julius Stewart; goods, £2 h. The debt was admitted by defendant's son, tofered to pay the amount if allowed time. lsrfor the amount, to be paid by inetalments of 15.afortni-ht. haes . Clharles Iester, chattels, £1 18s. tes . lierry Koldmorgan; a charge of wilful bne tn s wggon. It. semed that plaintiff had It debndatt a waggon. It was kept for n few fs, nd a hen brought back it was nll broken. (lid f3 10s. damages. Defendant offered to bethe ea;one repaired, and the Blench suggested isthe matter be settled by arbitration. rid .llan summoned a little fellow named James t:i for stealing growing fruit. Tlhe defendant w erry small sample, being about ten, and very ea.indeed. Plaintiff gave eridence to the effect onibt Tues...
KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Oct. 31. Before Mr. Phipps, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 November 1877
EW 1'POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Oct. 31. Before 3Mr. Phipps, J.P. . o, ncamed Charles lHayward, appeared on c h? ? with stenling a smn of money. Mr. EInt. ,'ho prosecuted on behldf of thle police, -ed that the defendant had been in the employ of id in, of the Ilehivre Motel, at 11s. per week ,,o:that iIr. Colvin's son, Thomas Colvin, a h',vith, came into a room in the hotel, last ,r,,r (where the defendant was at work), and, ?o j?f his coat, wtent out. of the room, leaving eat behind him. On entering the room, about inutes afterfwards, lie noticed a bill on the floor, ,: ba teen ion a prse in his coat pocket. lHe im ?.telrscarched for the purse, which he found I ilt'emoney tlhat had been in it, viz., three £1 ., ,eeten shillings in silver, and a cheque for , was gone. No one else, as far as Colvin ,o t?ring teen in thle rwoo, his suspicions were -.l tat defendant had taken it.: Mr. Moss, .,n~,rd of the White Ilorse Hotel, berldes ?r? other ewitnesses, proved that defendant had ,a chou...