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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

MARKETS. EASTERN M.ARKET, Saturdnl , 8th Dlreem r. Vegetables: Artichokes, ground lld. lper Ib; Ioos gus, Is. to 2s. per hundred; beans, brool, id to ld per lb.; beet, Gd to 9d per doz; hbouets, 3:.. to. perdozen; cabbages, ls(k to.Is do.; saulitoarm, Is. to 3s. Gd do.; carrots, Gd. to Is per doz. buunds; cress, water, Gd per doz. bunches; curuuaberh,°st Is. per brace; garlic, 2d. to 3d. per lb.; hkitw. tGd to Od per doz.; marjorum, &l. lkr do. bunche,; mintt, Od do. ; onions, dre, 1:s to 15s per cut.; do green, Gi. to is. I?rr doz. bunches; ilarder, d da.; lmarnips, 9d. to is. Gd. do.; peas, 'dd. to 1i. 1rlk; potatoes, 3s GiI to 4s. per ewt.; new do., 5s. toP. per cwt.; pumpkins, 3s. to lOs. per dozen; oditee, •Id. to 6d. per dozen bunchesl ; rhulourb, I. to 3. do. ; sage, Gdl to 8d do.; shallots, 2d per lb.; spin§, Is G6 to 2s. per doz. bunbches; thyme, bids; turnips, Gd. to is. do. Fruit: Cherries, Id. to 41 per l ; gooseberries, 2d. to 3d per lb.; lemons,,l .t 2s per doz...

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DROMANA POLICE COURT. Friday, 7th December. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

?DROMANAK POLICE' 'COURT. Friday 7th December. i Before Mr..'Templeton P.MI., Messrs David Mairs had Robert Andersofi JP. P... Bryan v. Mobred ;-rork:and labor £? 18s. This case was adjourned from the previous court in" order to give the parties an'oppoit trnity of settling the ,iatter bet-weeni.thei? selves. The. amount .was :clainmed for, erecting ii fence, .fill particulars: of which were given in our last issue.": After hearing the evidence thoBench was of opinion.that the fence'was'not on the iproper line ,ior constructedi according to the specification, and dism?ised the case vith'2ls: 'osts. iSherwood v. Bryan; this was identical with the previous' case, Sherwood being the party who put up the fence for Bryan, the original contractor, 'aid wis flikiviswi dis missed with 12s. costs. M ahony v. Sherwood ; goods, £313s.10d.. The plaintiff is a storekeeper 4t the "Red Hill,'n?hd ad pplied: the 'dafenidnt'iitli groceries. The debt was proved, r iid' an order made for the amount wi...

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THE TOLLS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

TlI6 TOLLS QUESTION. ?ithe usual meeting of the Melbourne i -Cotncil on Mondny the Town Clerk asstatement explanatory of thie position hb the Citv Council occupied in regard the metropolitan tolls which the Govern ' -ose(? to abolish. Hle noticed the mt of the Commissioner of Public erksspon the largeness of the sums put aiathe accounts of the St. Kilds toll Ifor sndries, viz., £885, and pointed i that the expenditure had ,been spread er fourteen years, so that it only amounted , per ? annum. If he had enunmerated thestatement firnished. to' the Govern -tthe multitude of items of which the was composed, the nccounts would have a etended to an absurd length. The emmisoner had understated the amount which the St. Kilda toll fund: was at seat indebted to the city fuinds, for it was 111,and not £906. When the tollgates re orig nally handed over to "thl local is the City Council hijected, and pro the establishment of a Metropolitan ma?ie Trust, which should be empowered take into "hotclt...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, December 8th. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

"wB nsE SBIItE COUCCIL. Saturday, December 8th. ORDINARY 3EETINO. t: Councillor Leck1 (President), .llns Poole, Greaves, Facey, Crichton, Patterson and Lecky, jun.:n . e minautes of the annual meeting and s ordinary meeting were read, and 4cill"or Poole moved, and Councilldr l' jun., seconded the adaption of. he, Ocmmrittee's recommendation of the eat of several accounts amounting to` Sof £43t17s., and that the President eancillors Patterson d ii Pdoole si' lUes or td th. da Agreed o.dt outard. crrespondence was read and Opp ? an. calling attention t. at"e of an outlet by Mr Cam on in ag road; therb rendering use less the drain cut by direction of the Council.-Councillor -Poole 'suggested that as there might be some probability of coin ducting the water along the road rotind Mr. Cain's fence, it would-be desirable fir the Shire Surveyor to inspect and report, and he moved accordingly.-Seconded by Councillor Locky and carried. From P. Milne, requesting permission to remove firewood f...

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JUDGE POHLMAN'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

JUDGE POHLMAN'S FIJNERAL. Ol retuiinng from lthe Bronailara.Cenme tory, a large numlberlof thelmourners who had followed the reimails'of the Hiin. G. P. Smith to thie grave on. Saturda3 ljoaimed th' . cortege of tle late "Judge-Pohluinn at his residence, ,ip i;Punt ,road, Richiuin,:i A plain closed .hearse, two mouruing.coaches, and about torty.private, vehicles formed the procession. The ,mourning coiches: con tained Mr. F.-C. Pohlinin, the brother of the deceaesd, and his two sons; Mlr.. M. Buckley, executor. undr the .will of de ceased; Mr.,3r . M illai,. solicitdr, and.11r, D. Newhlm. Thei' followed Dr'. Jifi.es' the Rinht Rev. Dean .,Macartuey,? ir'?'. F Stawel',: Chief Jmustice i:jthe RRis C:,T:. Perks ard H.B. MIacartitey, .tle Iibiors. Judges Molesworthl Cope, Nolani Rogers and Hackett; Mr. F.. Wilkinson, Master in Equity ; the Hon. Robert Ramsay, Mr. E. 'Henty'; Messrs Higinbotham, ,Moles. worth, Billing, M'Kinley,Quinlan, birristers at-law, and other members of the profess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

..CLYDEBDALE ' S14LLION, Will SrveD this Siodn at Mr. W . WALKER'S S.FAR3, ncar;Brandy.Creek. Only a Limited number of faIres will be Serred. H ERO'S .PRIDE is a black horse, by Lincohln: , shire Hero (imported), the ehampion horse of Tasmania. Dam : Diamond, by Boxer, bi Black Champiofi (imported); g.dam by Old Lincoln, im? ported by D. Wildiore, Esq. ; gg. dam by Czar (imported). :... It will thus be seen'this horse possesses the best strain of blood in the colony,, and is admitted'byj competent judges to be lwe finest colt exhibited at he late Show of Entire Horses and DrauLht Stocl? .TERMS --£J3ea.r ` o c ." ., ': B" ADL y' & W? ;EB ' Froprietors. Dr, aght Stallions. fTHE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE, o ZE IsOVER, SWill' STAU "this' Season at ST. GERMAINS. IMPROVER is a dark bay, rising 3 years old. SIRE': Cowden 'rince; by Black Prince (imp.) dam by Cowden Lad l (imported); g. dam by Ben Lomond (imported) ;. gg. dam, imported by R?, Brodie. .... , D : Violet, by Ferguson's C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

*r 1. J. S [uMANUAOTURtER OA _ o3I Yf~,~ OF -?" - §Jams; Jellies, alad e; Preerve3,; PieFruits, d = CandiedPee1 of all kinds. 0 1S QUiE NISrIiEET 'ME'ILBOUltJ E, W ould d(mli a ttofltioll'( isuld- lSiS Annnl Season of 3us. ' '11 o quol ~uid1 Iuuko-op boung stperiouo to .ano 1pevion s Seaso In Assorhncnt tý T'1oho huid of oIhiel cic ls thurougluout tf eAustin ian Colonies. -4 I~ ~ 1 1 Shire 'Notices. o0' K LE I G I S II I E. LEASE OF TOLLS. rfTE ?DERS for the LEASE of the OsIleigh and .L Wellington road Toll-gates conjointly, and of the Head's.Gully,- road Toll-tgate.s~partely,e.from Januai'list'td J'i~ 30, 1878; dBd'ionditiodlllyonu the time for the abolition of tolls being extended by Government, will be received by the Council of this Shire until 6o'elock p.mt 'on'Thursday, i)hiember 15th. .One month's rent in advance will be required, and also an nmount equal to one month's rent as a deposit. The Secretary will furnish any other par ticutars required. . , r ]By ord'er f the Codnc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

Tejo?y fT o h e?jjo o, ..."0 -'. s. WdiiE OW O-HAIC GS 101B',-0 m ISI0 noTirllrhW o o orl e .... . I f r tir fo Inertionl oitir .. 1a e for loThree onl. ., .. dae Advertisements are- inserte: at co?siajerbly readced rates. IdeliMoienmr1lust l 0 ify O. the faic of, tem Ihe 1,tiier of insertionl or. they will be on-ll tin:uedlcnlehrg"ed fortill countlln lided. All ,nlm.for withadrmwnl or altenation to be sent in on the dtiy rior to publicition. ~vertisements can onlybe discontiinued by written orders. .. i' E C-Tr o 0 T. OILi.i , THOfMAS, 6t Little Collins trncl 1at. 3Melbourne; andl Silhlyside Cottage, i Ci eil strlet; St. Kilda. i: - * ': ' ntcher- . PI'iYlGER. JOIll, Gurnend *:aili, utcliher, Iowela l'nradei, Hicliiodll. i claheos-f • ' J. ]IOLT.1 er Filter 3tntifaclturer; 117% Canliiin' tln'l., 'opo'l ite 'Ari vl sciiiir, (1rllon, formunrly 'u of 19YAi?vle place, lgon tireet. IOLLtI)D LOXTON, Autliorisedl Surveyor mrder Tr.amfer of JlAmd Statiute, Pl'akingiton street, Kew.' , . : ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

I0lilra1 'utctiggng ctt -0-. 'Dr. Caldlei~ feld aan iuqsiest at,' ith" Gippslaid Hotel on Tuesday week on the body of a boy named Watts, who Ias drowned in Cardinia Creek on the previous Sunday. It seems that deceased, aged about six years, with other lads of the sameiage, wls fishing in the creek, when he over-reached himself and fell in. By the time information was given of the occurrence, and the body recovered, it was lifeless. It is notified in the Gazelle that Mr. Thomas Splcicer 'Cope has been appointed Judge of the county courts to be held at Dandenoig, Mornington, arid other localities in place of the late Judge Pollman. We learn from the Gazelle that the following gentlemen have been appointed by the Governor-in Council memnbers of the School Board of Advice named below, viz., for the Cranbourne riding,; Shire of Cranbourne, No. 125, Messrs. William Manks and .Tohn Payne. During the week ending December 1st 156 births and 113 deaths were registered in the metropolitan and ...

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PROPOSED TRAMWAY AT BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

PROPOSED TRAMWAY AT BERWICK.           A meeting of gentlemen interested in the construction of a tramway from the Gem brook ranges, near Berwick, to the Gipps   land railway line was held, on Monday last, at 4.30 p.m., at Scott's Hotel, Collins-   street West, Melbourne. There were   twenty-six persons present, and Mr Gibb,   of Berwick, was called to occupy the chair.           The Chairman said that Mr. Brisbane had been acting in this matter for some time past, and he had applied to the Shire Council, of which he (Mr. Gibb) was a member, to give every facility it could to the undertaking. The Shire Council would give every encouragement to the scheme, but it was found that that body had not     power by the law to confer a title to the   land required, and Mr. B...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, December 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

S. "MORNINGTON '?iSHiE "COUNCIL. Appeal Court:-Preent Tlie President '(Councillor Baster, jsn), Counmill?rsTones, .Lancashire,Glaxter, ! . Downward,Quinn, and Gordon.., , 4 hell order .calling tlih neeting, ansj'm id.-After sone discussion as to whether th. Council. had.thi power;of., raiing" or reducing tvarltatios, it was agreed thnt the business of the meeting I proicerded witli in consideritit n of the powers ronferred on the Council by Section 264.Local GovernmrntAct.-Re ductions were monde as follows :-Dr. Dl)imock;,per, perty at Scehnapper Point, five nres .of Inmlt, .froi £25 to,£12 10s.; Selection at Bittern, 250 ieres n'iid buildingS, from .£46:10s. to £35; five 'nres of land Osborne, from £210s. to, £1 lOs;' '. Dawes, (Morn ingto.aloueto),,from,00to,S80 ;'Mr..Dayy, (14.y *ViewIMdtel; Fra?iktoi)t , front £90 to £70; Was. lHamilton, ten acres;;Th ~C're h.inri~ild, from £5 to £2.10s.-;-Donald - Kennedy,--froa£7 to. £3 ;.antL Mrs. Everard,,reducetLfronm£70 toO,; S. Absa lom, ...

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THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

I TmtotAT'AFFacnr s AND I OARSEF.-S:--All ?f-I/ fering fromnt, irritation of the throant and hoarsenees rill be agreeably surprised at the almost inimediate. relief afforded by the use of ;"Brown's Bronchial Troeches." Ic hese famous' "lozengesr" are inow sold by most respectable hemnists, in this comltry, at Is. Pld. per bho. People, troubled with a " hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial itnfections can not try theia too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious rudlmonary and Asth mutic affections. See that thelfwords, " Brown's Bronchil Troches,'.' are on the Goiernment'Stnmp airound each box.-Manufactured bv John l:-Brown & Sons, Boston, United States.: Deot, 193; Oxford street London. .- -..i [ FLORILILNE!-FOR TE:TErETr A.ND 'BREATH.-A fetw drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled own-a set: tooth-brush produces a pleasant Intheir,'which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parnsites or impurities, hardens the gumii,s prevents tart...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

ý c, _£·uI 33t oul ik WED D DA%, DECE' ?ER 19th, 1879. ,OU.0t attention has' been cidled to the` fct that great inconvenience is experienced by the public in crossing the Gippsland line' in many places in consequence of the: gates being closed over the roads and securely fastened, while there is no one immediately at hand:to o6pn them. : The crossings are made for the, convenience of the public, and: th'lasti'se cant expect is ihattha e t'ifficion the cross roads shall not be unduly impedid. The Miinist7 has the credit of being one that would 1t' every thing, in its power to facilitate the opening of roads, and the As sembly not long ago passed a resolutioni to the effect that the closing of public roads was illegal, but the Commissioner of Railways does not appear to be so deeply impressed as hiis? olleagues and a large majority of the members of the Assemb .,with the impiort ance of as fai asipossib|e facilitating thr movements of the travellnag;.public on the main roads of the co...

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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

. 7; . 1 :{ AINNAL. MEFTI.d. 1 " h. he busiuess of the antullineetin g was then pro ceeded ,with...,The,. Secretary read the Aluditor s report, stating thiat the accounts had all becnzifould correct, and conmplimentig tho ;Secintuary on the systemntic nmrnner in whiii thchboo1ks wrekept, 't ting tlhat it wa? ?atssfacoirv to?flind?tlhat'the rates hid been collected:mich better than' intho previd?is year, ilth: arrears having . been very taterially redclied ;' a few'siiggestionsýiere also contained in th'e'repoit.L-Cboneilloir Collins, Con?ior;-.ad Gibb ienmrked on the antisfactory nature of the report, whiech iin; w??itti') h; llane-sheet, received and Pa ientsiwi sedand the Ciuiciltidjourncd.

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

1siderable sum Inhas been deined heir and at eaiointon for the purpose?of subsidizing'Meosrs" Ia & Co., and securinig thn running of a nienmer lyntmday afternoon fronm Melbourne, returning i? lohdi" hoiiing crl.' 'i ielibiefld 'tl tat tfiAe tseno t rips mill be appreciated by'thempublic and enrill br those ingageid in' bu?ines aus thsear namesnt ill enable such to enjoy the whole of tid:T on shore, and return to Melbourne on Mon r mornng in time for business. Yalenhep, the steamer Warhawk, which has been hi1mped, made her first trip, and 'was well: The usml athletic and other sports are to be held l)aDmn on Boxing Day. A suficient sum has an ?linly ubsneibed to afford a goodduy's anmuse 't.but it is anticipated that before the end of the me the fund will be considerably augmented. fthe gpame ill be published in a day or two.

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SHIRE OF DANDENONG. Statement of and Expenditure from October1, 1876, to September 30, 1877, (both inclusive) RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

sHIRE OF DANDE1NONG. Sta .of R. 'eei and Ezxwiditure froni ba;;l,1876 ; oSept ber 80; 1877, (both RECEIPTS. £ e. d. £ s. d. To Balance, Commercial Bank, General Fund, 30th Sept., 1876 ... 81 0 9 Do.do.,LoanFnd,do. 28 18 3-309 19 0 ,, Rates, 1862 ... 4 4 0 .,,,,.o -..- .. ..3 .6 ,,,186.3 512 0 , ,, 1866 . 5 12 0 , , 1867 : 5 16 0'^ S,, 1868 ... 5 16 0 S 1860 ... 5 16 0 n,, . .s- .1870 .. 1_ 16 0.,,.O , ,,1871 6 1 0 8'.: : 815 0- ,,' ', , ,, 1873 ... 11 11 6 -,, --1874----'-' ... 15-12-0 ,, 1875?. "' ..... 322 0 S 1876' .. ' 35 15 0 ,,1877 .. 539 9 6--698 13 0 Dog' Bgistrsition Fees } :27 15, 0 ,Publicans' Licenses :.' 1290" 0 ,, DandenongTollreceipts 667 18 1 Oakleigh Toll receipts 151 5 10-819 3 11 Brighton Toll receipts 66 14 '7 ,, NorthBoundary do. 14 19 11--81,14 6 Dand. Market receipts 62 15 2 Endowment on Rates 858 19 6 laughtering 'Licenses 1 0' 0 ,,Depoits on Contracts . -25- 0"0 ,ale of Debentures ... 144 0 0 ,Donations - ..' 11 8 2 ,,' rainage Rate ...48 18 0 ,,Interest on ...

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BALANCE ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

3AIANCE ACCOUNT. I I I! ' ' ; C . d. To Centre Riding ... . 81 8 8 ,, South Riding ... ... 179 12 7 ,, North Riding .. .. 114 17 7 ,, Beach road Toll Fund: . 69 7 2 ,, Dandenong Market .. ... 67 2 8 , Commercial'Bank . .y332 14. 3 -. f ~, 85 2 11 - £ . d. By Dandenong Main road Toll Fund... 826 18 5 ,, Outstanding Cheques :... .; 18 4 6 845 2 11 S: . .;'. -ASSETS.. To'Arrenrs of Rate' s ; i. * . -6 322 ' 36 8 ; Coidmsincial Bank ...': . : 332.141 3 S... :655 ,0 11 LIABILITIES. . .£ _ . d. By Main road, balance due on Contracts 47 10 0 SCentre Riding;-do. ' :'do.: " 7614 9 , South Riding,,. .do. " do.- 12 8 .0 ,, Outstandiig Cheques... ..:'. . 18 4 ,, Balance .. .. .. 500 3 8 £655 0 11 Liabilities on Debentures issued, £3500 DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURR ON:DISTRICT ROADS. £ 's. d. £-l . d. Loan Fund Expenditure. Brighton read ... 67 10 0 , . MainDrain ... ... 105 1. 0 Interest and Transfer ... .. 7 3 ------ 172 18 3 Centre Riding. Cheltenhai road ... 195 19 6 Brighton road 148 5...

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DANDENONG MAIN ROAD TOLL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

DADEONOG I MAI\ ROAD TOLL FUND. To Dandenong rad repairs .. ... £658 4 8 , Balance .. 826 18 5 £1485 31 By Balance, Sep. 30,1876 £563 19 2 ,, DandenongTollreceipta £667 18 1 S',i.Oakleigh ,, ,, 151. 5 10 ,, Centre Riding... ... 102 0 0 921 3 11 * . ; ^ :* .-£1480.3 1 * CENTRE RIDING To.Balance, 8ep. 30, 1876 £60 14 0 ?%,,Distiictrosad.. . £567-16. 3) ., , Proportion of-.working. - - expenes .. ... 24215 2 ,, Dandenong Parkl' i .. 19".8 7 Intereston.loan, ,... 77 0 .9, Election exienses '.. 2 2 01 ,,,.Lunacy ...... .. · .3 3 0+. R. epaymentofloan i...-303 0.0 • .+ IMainr adTollFund 102 0 0 . 1317.15 9 S.. ? o £1387 10 6 By rates £.. 389 13 0 ,, Dogrestration feesi .. ... 16 3 0 Publicans' licenses :.. ......102 0-0 - Sla81ughtering licensses 1 ''.. ,.. 1".0 0 ,, Endowment on rates ........ 515 7: 9 , Brightontoll . 40 0 9 ~ Donations'' 11 8 2 , nterest on rates ... .., 19-11 0 ,Park receipts and grant ... ...123 10 0 ,, Brighton roadgant .. ... 78 3 6 ,,Bolls and tiansfer .. .... 0 2...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

S BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL:,: ; .r S Saturlay, Deceimblr, 15 Present?-The President (Mr. Bourke), and Council lorIs Gibb, Hii?lhy, Bihliato'n, Nixon, Collier, Doe, rt . ? Connor, and Barr. The miiutes ofprlrevious, meeting were reid and confirmed, 'aud outward corrceponde;nce read and approvedof}, q ~l :t r'7!"a:; :i1: coRaas iPo'eeNCr.ci -From. William-Mallam, stating thtatie was. muel inconviscsueed b'y tu railway gates on Itiin s road being cloed aiid lockedil?? andlikii the Coun cil to hdi?vttlie(igatesa:eft opln:for."trinfe.-The Secretary read a letter,;he had received.-from Mr. Lunt, the district. Engineer,' stating that.ao gate keeper would be placed on the road in question as soon as;the necessary arrangements could be; made.;: From Onkleigh Shire Council, in reply, stating thath tlatbody did not consider the floor of bridge on Wellinrgon ira irctqiidd nitidllii,, at'Ipisenlt. The general opinion was-that the _erwick.half. o thle bridge should. be metalled, but the, matter was ...

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Police Intelligence. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

:;,D?i D MhOG POLICE COURT'... ";f:,a- :eSaturday, December 15th. ., . : , .. Before 3r. Templeton, P3L, Messrs. Keys, Powis b::;: s,:, liUffdon, anid Rodd, ,T.P's. , Thos lRosling ?'v?'A'iC meierbn,' sen. ,'3Ir. Stepbheleappearing:for plaiitiff; 3iMr. Gillott for defendant. This was a claim for £15 for services rendered as an oictioner ii' assisting to have leased a property for hiil.ti Defeidant u.had-refused to pay the amouott and! an'arbitnrtion had been declined . Thos: Rosli' sw so tr;ted thnt:lii -ns' an anuc tioniecr,'adndladreceived instrnctions fromn defen dnit to'let his pioperty?d' Ioadtaken steps' to lense it t63r.:' E: Grnmves: Crbss-cxaminedn:- The .ni-" r?-ineneist wts made partlynin'Conboiirnidand partly in tLlelbbiirne; iih:Jilnd?'nnd"yj d??y'u ]st;"lltirnls Inot in writilig;' Was !in the empio?nuentiof Ega n and' Clarke it: the time: There wins a deed of partner ship .'Did not' keep abook recently;iio entered the arrangement with. dtefedant. Claimed five per centl...

Publication Title: South Bourke And Mornington Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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