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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 17th. (Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs Keys and Rodd J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, iNoember 17th. (Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs Keys and Rodd J.P.)' Lyons v. Tatterson; a claim for value of potatoes sold, £20. Plaintiff stated that the potatoes had been delivered 't Mr. Payne's of Berwick, part by himself, and the 'remainder by his man.-John Payne stated 'that he could not say' as to' the exact quantity left at his lace.. He had. carted nine tons of them. .'o defendant-Some of then had gione had, and he picked out about a ton, of themn.--Defendant - sworn, stated that manst of what lie had 'got were bad. :There were eight toiis five'liuiidred good. - The'arrangement.was that he was to be sent one ton, the remainder to be kept growing uintil'they were ripe, but they were delivered at Paysne's previously without liis instructions. The potatoes were to be de livered sounid at Payne', Did not object to the first ton delivered. :The remainder were not to?e d ut?g ua'insideothFee weeks. The bargain was made on 13th March, and ...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, November 15. Present-The President (Mr. Jordan), and Councillors Lawidge, Ingram, Kelly, Irwin, Armstrong, and Miller. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

O XLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. . Thursday, ?Novemnber 15. P'resent-V-he President (Mr. Jordan), and Council lors Laidge, Ingramin, Kelly, Irwin, Armstrong, and Miller. The min tutes of the previous meeting were read and confln ned. The P'e ~sident reported that the conference on the questic m of reducing the toll rent at the Oak leigh gate had been held,-when there were present: Cr. Irwin and himself front that Shire, Cr. Smartt frdom }tundeonug, Councillor Nelson frolt C?utfield, and Counceillor Blenson from Gardiner. They had decided to reduce the rent by £50 per month for three months.-Couneillor Lavidge asked upon what gromuds the reduction had been made. The lessee hadl never made applieation for a further reduction than tlut, previously tmade.-Conneillor Ingram said Mr..leonard had been introduced by Councillor Irwin at. the last meeting, and he had then said that he wai?~ ed the toll taken off his hands.-The Pre sident said the reduction was nmad on. the grounds that the traelle as ...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, November 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

GO1RDISE SHIRE COUi CIL.. C Thurbhsy, Novenmblir 5Ith.' - lct-iO.-' resent: The PresidentL Op"t". . edi )u and Coulncillor Ienson, Middle- I f oilol Yrl. rl, Edsdl Woo t11 1nUso and ca L, I.i, ori ..er. i T iutht of the previons mIIeertg were redt Si'llfine1, , and outward eorrespondence t:p- I fit ierfor the supply of 1f00 yanls of melal I i , inor. t .11nn. Cha'tllero, being tlhe only i c 7t in.-t C710 12s. (l?., andl as' accepted. I coaleeroNttse. i c.' o-<. stating ithat lie phd been led to Ijud~ that the pr'lmoled alterations of the ti :rin-uri a his prieirtolu in Glenferrie road U reu .--ate , that the ualtenltion of the llchannel i i no uatr in]jure any one, and ?as absolutely , ruind Ol.,.ider, etiu c liOtllulti. Ii ul e Zn.ct tile 1)incharged Prisoner's t'd v." ' ith ans11 1 n5 lx 2rt-" Fnle v;.elln t il? . n tert Sutpply lDeilxirtmueit, It c lag he ou'enil to ilntiate the mnuiltlr ai I " f E rtiuin-llu requireld to Ie inserted in tile '? i" inithl'oriniik oanl. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

CLYDESDALE STALTJO2,; Z?Sro's Prie, Will STA.D this Season at Mr. WML WALKER'S - FARM, near Brandy Greek. Only a Limited number of Mares will be Served. TTERO'S PRIDE is a black horse, by Lincoln l shire Hero (imported), the champion horse of Tasmania. Dam: Diamond, by Boxer, by Black Champion (imported) ; g. dam by Old Lincoln, im portedy D. ildore, Esq.; g.g. dam by Czar It will thus be seen this horse posseses - the best strain of blood in the colony, and is admitted by competent judges to be the finest colt exhibited at the late Show of Entire Horica and Draught Stock. TERMS :-£3 3s. BRADLEY & WALKER, Proprietors. WILL STAID THIS SE4O, At MR. JOHN UETItIAK'S FUtRM, ELMJLA X, IHASTINGS, The Thoroughbred Stallion Siroco, BAY HORSE, 3 years old, bred by B. J. Hmunter, Esq., Woodstock, got by Tom King (imp.), out of Mavourneen (dam of Sheet Anchor and Gen-' tility),-by Warhawk, out of MIinette, by Faugh-a Ballagh. Tom King is the sireof Umpire, who won the Manchester Cup aga...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, Nov. 17th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

:MORNINGTON SIIRE COU YCIL..'.," Saturday, Nov. 17th. Present: The President '(Mr. B. lBister); and Councillors Young, Baxter, sen., Lauiucshire, Jones, Downwiialt, Gordon, Peddle, and Turner. CORRESPONDENCE. Froint the mainager of the Oriental BUnk, M[or nington, enclosing a dishonored cheque for £1. 2s., drawn in favor of the Council.--Referred tothe Rate-collector. From the Secretary of the Mornington' Cricket Club, asking the Council to receive a deplitation relo tire to the Cricket ground in the 3lornington Park. -Request complied with. From Dr. Duitoek and others, asking the Council to fix a day for hearing appeals. 1)ay l3ppointed, 15th December next at 11 a.m. - Front the Lands Department, notifying the ga zetting of reserve at IBittern.-Received. Front B. Benton, senl., asking the Council to apply for a reserve for wnter purposes on allotment34 A and n at Bittern.-lt was decided to apply for twen tp-five acres. Fromnt the Government Statist, asking for returns to be sent on...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday. 17th November. Present: The Present (Mr. A. W. Rodd, J.P), and Councillors G. W. Keys, Hutton, Smartt, T. Keys, Potter, Orgill, and Attenborough. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

DA.N)ENO.G SHIRE COUNCIL. Satunrdly. 17th Xovember. Prn~ent : The President. (M?r. A. W. Rould, J.P.), aud Councillors G. W. Keys, Hutton, Smartt, T. Key's, Potter, Orgill, aand Attenborough. The miiutes of the previous meeting were read and conlirmed, and out?nard correspoUdence ap proved. Coltli ntaON DF.NCE. Fromn A. W. Gilchrist, in reply, forwarding opinion.-Rleei ved. From A Strettle and Co., in reply as to premises ituthe marliet, and asking further particulars.-To be forwalrded. Front l.tdls Depxartlent, asking if the Council had any objection to lease of land to Joseph Clark nod John Linehamn.-Received. The auditors' report on the Shire aecounts was read, sp?leking very favornbly of tlhe Secretary and thie manttner in which he kept the necounts of tihe Shire.-It was resolved that the letter be inserted in the minutes of the Council. From John Fletcher, stating thatl he understood that the Department had nrdueed the amount promised for making an outlet from Carrutn Swamp to ...

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PICKINGS FROM MELBOURNE PUNGH [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

PICKINGS FROM MELBOURNE PU CH "Tnrs COER' IIOYPING. -In honour of the birthday of,the Prince of Wales, a ball, without music, dancing, or lsupper, was given by those. on board the --elson to the denizens of St. Kilda. As the people could not go to the ball the Ibll went to them, and is now held at the George Hotel. A QusD rso -Quo--Mar- (log.)-" What a dreadful thing that was, the other day-the cannon ball striking a private house; why, it might have killed somebody. Knte.-"Well, if people will go to balls without being invited I don't see why they should complain of balls coming to them without being invited." TAXNo rmI Vows.--Charlie Qunffenonlgh (a tho roughly Celtic name), 'was one of "the many" who are ready to make good resolutions but scarcely so ready't6 keep them. Like the many, also, Charlie was, to a certain extent, of a superstitious nature, and believed that if a good resolution was accom panied with some imposing ceremony it was more likely to be kept. It happened, oce...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

To the Ediltorof the South llurke antd Morninglon Joernalt As a visitor to our late National Show I took par ticuolr notice of tie draught stock, and wais pleased thait my theorn iz., v that stock bret front the right blod ti tell, especiiiallylwhen they coieebefore judges, was fully borne out. The quality of soide of the young ones - asa very good. 1 admired ver much Mr. Ainthony Watson's yearling colt, King 6f tilhe Hill, which gained ito first prices, also Mr. Robertson's Anle. which carried off the firt prize for thrce-year-old fllies. This-filly showed plenty of qtulity, and asls placed before Mr. Romnt's Queen of the' South (inported.) The frst prir e two-year-old? t alls was Mr. Rennick, of Tyldet's, ?Mau'd, and ownt sister to Anne, the first prize three year-old. Now, sir, a ghtnce at the breeding of the above named will speak for itself. They were got by that pure bred -lydesdale sire, Anthony Wait son's Cmhampion of Scotland, their danms being by Watson's Prince, pure Clyd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

0 CIIATIFS F0? h1DVLRTIST\G .I .t, Word-, for One JInsrtion .. . 1 Tr ttoTirt." n l, . do 2....· f ;? ' . t . W ord.e, do ' . . ' ." on rt Wornl.'?t the satC of s. per ina; if for OneInsertion onl; . brer DUtIxoTr upon all adrertiement appeair' in for Three 3onths' T;e Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. ' .-rtliements amust slpeifY on the fiac of them the number of inertions, or they will le col tinued and eharged for till countlenfnded. All C onlers for withldr.ill or altenation to he ucnt in on the dny prior to publict ion. Adotisements can only be discontinued I by written orders. 3 DI30CTO.Y. Solicito-rS 1ILLER, THIOM.\S, 61 Little Collhis street n-t, Mehlbourne; and Sunnysidle Coulttage, Cdlapl street, St. silda. .nthers- L rISIGltER, .OIIS, GeCieral -amly HBotcher, lo?rean Parade, Richinld. ' Nijcellaneoa . IIOLT. Water Filter 3u1imfiaeltler, lia 7a Cardigan leret. oPlmsite" Argyle: sqlure, ] Carlton, formerly of 1O Argyle 'place, a Lyson sitreet. .i fr...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

SWe bad ccasion, tn n rent isues, to:rcefer to letters sent to tie U?andenong Coun?il by siesident of Friukston, nmaied Fletcher, in which he advised the Council to aliandon the long-thought-of scheme of reliering the landhohlers of Carrumn Swamp miid; in fact, tlie swilole Shire, of! the periodlical'llood waters which do so much dlrimage aind hare the vote promised by the Govcrm ient expended in clearing a creek which adjoins his property. The modesty of.the request not finding nu:echo either inside or outside the Coiuicih lie hls changed" his tacetics, as, at last meeting, another interesting epistle wans received from hint, in .which hle stated that he understood that Goii-rnment had reduced'the i-hm from £1,200 to £200, but he did not explain how he came to be aware of such a fact or if it was only a fancy- of his own bewildered imagination...- As the making of the proposed opening is very much needed; the Engineer was instructed to write to the Department, and point out the nec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 November 1877

Shire Notices.   SHIRE OF BULLEEN. TENDERS will be received by, the Council of .I this Shire up to Three o'clock p.m. on Mon day, 26th November, 1877, for the following Works .- Supplying 325 yards icetal, Doncaster road. Ci Rttings and Embankment on the Anderson's Creek road. Grubbing and Clearing on the Ringwood road, also on Ilay's road. The lowest or any tender not necessarily aecepted. THOIMAS O'BRIEN, Shire Secretary. Templestowe, 19th November, 1877. OAKLEIGH SHIRE. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Council of this Shire stands ADJOURNED to THURS-   DAY, the 22nd inst., at 6 o'clock p.m. By order, W. T. WASTELL, Secretary. Oakleigh, November 21, 1877.     OAKLEIGH SHIRE.   CENTRE RIDING. AN EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY occurring   in the representation of this Riding by the   death of Mr. William Braithwaite, and Thursday, December 6th, having been appointed as the day for holding an Election to fill ...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, November 28th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., the Mayor, Mr. O'Connor, Mr. Gleadall J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, November 28th. .Before Mr. Templeton P.M., the Mayor, Mr. O'Connor, Mr. Gleadall J.P. Eliza Manning, an elderly woman, was charged with vagrancy. The prisoner was found by the police on the previous night sitting in the street. She seemed very weak, and scarcely appeared to understand what was going on. She was subsequently cer tified to be a lunatic, and was sent to the Ashlum. Frederick Wallis was charged with dis obeying a summons for assaulting his wife. The defendant gave evidence of defendant's conduct towards her, which was stated to be brutal in the extreme, and he was sent to gaol for a month. Louisa Trotter was charged with having so visible lawful means of support.-Pnr. soner's father, a carpenter by trade, stated that his daughter was 91 years of age; and he had other daughters. She would not re main at home, and with the aid of the police be had done his best to get her back home. She was in the habit of pawning his clothes and other ar...

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 1st. Before Messrs Hutton, Keys, & Rodd, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

DANDENONG POLICE COiURT'. Saturday, December 1st; nBfore Messrs HIutton, Keys, & RIodd, J.P. Bowmain v. Pitcher; claim for debt. Settled out of court. In the case: of Rosling v. Cameron the sunimon?s was not served. 'Rosling v. Nixon; claim for';.5 commis sion on the sale of 89 head of cattle ; the caseo was brought to a summary: termination by defendant proilucifig his receipit for the amount. There seems to have been.a serious ,out" break against, the Japanese residents at Cor ca. One of.the Japanese native papers has received information that " the Coreans have risen against the Japanese residents in Fusan under the pretext that, the nlatter had pone beyond:treaty limits. Eleven of the settlers are said to have heen. killed by the Coreans, who are firther said to have made up their mind to expel the foreigners, and to hold no longer to the terms of the treaty between tle two nations. General excitement prevails throughout the country." "Darling clover, "says the Cootamuin...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 1st. Before Messrs J. Bellin & W. C. Watts, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

GARDTi\ NR:;P.OLICE COURT. Saturday, December 1st.-. Before Messrs J. Bellin, & W. C: Watts T.P. Amy Boxill'v. W: A.'' Boxill: SiUmnions to show cause'i why ~d wairranttof imprison nment should not issue' for' disobeying an order for pylvomeit of imaintenance of child. Defendant did not appear, and a warrant was' issued for his' apprehension. George Daly was fined 3Os.: Charles Bester, Os.; Georig Leach,14n.; fi 'illow=' in,- cattle to wander. Arthur Strachan was finedi. 20s. With 5s. cosis for reiin'ovii thed surhtce of'tlie ro'd way without perinission. .l-Inrs Woolliolse iv. F. Berwerr,,medical services £6.-Order.for 3 and 5s. cost. Charles Jellard was fined is. for. not having proper. control avei his horse. ' A similar case against John Davis sais dis missed. A charge against Hugh Thompson of allowing cattle'to wander ias dismissed. J. Jenner, secretary to trustees of Caul field Rlace Course, v." John Wa'ts isilfiul damage to piroperty. -Postponed f foi.'dtur teen days....

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WHISKY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

WIISKY?: " E. E K. (Freem a ,Coresjsssr) o13 -:Since- my liast 'eair ve- hid somoe very sltry days followed ill almost every case by comparatively cool ones.: . . At least in one thin!? Buln Buln seems to hare taken the lead, and that is the produc ing of the celebrated snow flake potato, which was lronounced some timeo ago in America to be the best kind'rf potato in the world: as I am informed some Scwt. wns despatched to a large firm in Melbourne fobr the presentseason, I think it a plitv the selec tors up here allowed it to leave the district. The present season promises to be a fvroor bhle one for fires, an enterprising selector hating already attempted to Iurn a portion ofh is selection, but I hare little doubt it was a failure. Now that the fine weather is settind in the Government ought to endeavour to put the roads in a condition fit to be used ; as an instance how these thiinrs are shelved, there. istroad joining the Whiskey Creek track to Larner's track, which became impas...

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BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

B IiL U1e.`B UL N. (From a Corceajioiidciit On Tnesilan aond Wednesday¢ last we rpcired a Visit from.the eworld-renownedi laleinnists" who gove ttwo:of their ven. dever entertainments to cr?yded houses in r dleyv fine lairge newn bll. The wonders rorkie by these marvellous performer. are almast incredlile, and caused some of tlhe audience to think that there really mriust- lie ,nme stpernatural ngeny att work. Tile it rt of the performance consisted of ,ehItof-hand by Messrs. Silvester and Cril:ew, one of the most notable tricks im' the flying bird cage. 'lr. Silvester mes on the stage holdi?ng in his lanldsia ire cage, inside of whichi is a beautiful c3m., hopping and chirping about quite ecrily 3r. Silvester then said one, two~ tree wen bird and cage vanish into thin Air. variety of other novel illusions were introduced, after which came the mysterious cabinet, or rather canopy, which seems even more ditlicult to comprehend, and those who have witnessed the Davenport, Bros., state...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

Our colurns are open for the disrrussion .1 el . whichare not of asecarian chlurn. tr. ifsr to he diseimetled under tfoe, heueer, ereha e idenetifeoorseloes wcith the epiniese try.e, oar correapantdeee ts. dlt rremeeeea hour e aert oe Imst Leo addtreasel a thcEaEleur, aee the naiad and aldlress ufJ 'tI irriter,es es gec., good faith. p _--

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, Dec. 1st. Before Messrs. J. Jordan and J. Bellin. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

OAKLEIGr POLICE COURT.:I, * Saturday, Dec. 1st. . I. Before,3[essrs. J. Jordan and'J. Bellin. J ohn Hart v. John Bowman ; i work, and aL~r, £0 6s. Gd. This was -'ri claim ifor france due on a contract for making blricks for60- i\o jurisdiction;: Joaes 1olt v. James Chlartdai jun r, o Hanlon v. Same; tlhrowing ,stones. themms not served, defendanit haviii' left thedistrct. | Andrew Wilbeng v.Saminel, Jacks ;s wilful aeto propert Suninmoi nosrVed SStag' coach license was issued to David ?ndes, for a coachriunning bIetweeni el as and Fern-TrgGull "" I

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A CORRECTION. To the Editor of the South Bourke and [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

A CORRECTION. To the Editor of the South lsusrl" anrd .?,.rn4;?: In your report of the lot annual runcs Coiincil an error has crept in through a t. standing on the ?art of your reporter, :L.il not; for" my own credit's sake, allow to lo:e longed, taL? which, from auy knosi.lhi strict setne of justice, I feel assordl I bie point out to have rectified. Councillor I: m:ade to say that "he did not objet ta;!-: ment as a whole, as showing the totall r. expenditure, but still the statement Oswae, one, as some roads hald more Inone" c?l than wtns actudil tl hense. and others had : fact is that Councillor Inganl aast tllau: statement attached to the neeounat of tLe fore aslt, when a coltr;et wis charg tltoth:o road, but not the slightest fault oas sf-?: ctuncillor with the account or statlenet cussiont at the Lnst meeting. I am, &c., .W3f. 11. ilil

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ENTERTAINMENT AT DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

ENTERTAINJLlENT AT D.IYD1EYu A very excellent umateur entrtainmecst at the Mechanics' Instit'te, Dandenola . ' evening last, in aid of thle Indin ari. Fund. .The hall was crowded and tthte that thd fund was benefilted to the te::r .After in. overture by the Berwick B-lr - Mnepheisront ang 'Stranters yet," and r "The Yeoman's Wedding Mlorn" 31-. then sung "Bonnie Marv May," after E:.l instructire lecture on "i'roerb" a=d' ` Miss Triner, of 3Melbourne. t lis A.t '-: " The Wanderer" and "Sancev Le? " Hutton also saing "Laddie, far an.." .t' "The ?Northern Farmer," a:s given br ? borough, and, during the evenigac ao. .b - l'laied by Mr." Ward. The other ser. the Woods," hb Mis Brook, "TheEF.'i Daughter," by Llies E. J. Iterr., "'~eIe1' by M[r. Mcphlerson, and '"The YillageB'' by Mr..,Lae. A piano-forte seolo ??asr4 the erenting bV Mr. Nash, frotm 3endels? first portionl of tile entertaiunent was close with a selection by the hand. .i tc lers ~ anquitted themelves well, and t?, were much...

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