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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, December 13th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

:': OAKLEIGii SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, December 13th: . I?,! . Ordinarn ti eting. 1 Present-J. Jordan Esq;:'P. (President),- Councillors Armstrong, .Wilkes,.Irwin, bridge. Kelly, Ingram, aund.Miller. The minutes of the last ordinary meetinwere read and confirlmed.' Councillor Wilkes wanted to knioww??"hy the land purchased from 3Mr.-.Bergin. had been shelvedl for two months.-Couniillor Ilrwiii "said because her price was too high.-The President hd no obbje?tioio to finish tile, matter with her just now, but the money could not be spared this year.--Councillor Miller: Nor any other year.--Councillor Ingram: The delay will give her thle to further cdisidir the matter and come to terms. The minutes of the committee and annual meet ings held on 22nd November were then' read and approved of. .. . . ,. r ; .. . : The President made an explanation:about two 'oi three matters he had attended to since lint meeting. In the deputation business of the Warrigal road it was unfortunate he did not...

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BASS AND McDONALD'S TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

BASS AND McDONALD'S TRACK. It is now just over twelve months since 'Mr." Usher, of the Bridge Hotel, Dandenong, started a coach to travel between Dandenong and Gruntville, which is within a few miles of the several large saw-mills, for which the Bass district has long been celebrated, the pretty little villages of Corinella, Bass, the coal mines of Kilcunda, as also of the large tract of country known as MeDonahl's Track, which has since then been selected, and is, conse quently, being numerously populated. On the oc. casion of. the "first coach" to Grantville 'Te Journal was represented; we recollect vividly the glee with which it was hailed be residents of Grant villa and neighborhood, as it oas not thought pos sible that it could be done, owing to the condition of parts of the road. Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. Usher for the enterprise and persist ence with which he has continued running up to the present time, espeeially as we find from ourrecent visit to celebrate the...

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GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, December 13th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

GA?RDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. STihusday, December 13th.' . resent : The .President (CounciUior Lewis), and uneillors Benson,.Lorimer, Edall,Bellin, Middle ton, Heywood, Woodmason, and Newport. The adjourned annual meeting was held, and the aecounts finally settled and passed. . The oidinary meeting was then held. CORRESPONaDENCE. From. the Government Statist, acknowledging receipt of annual statistical returns. From the banmk manager, Prahmn, stating that by instructions front the head office le e had plaed £300 on deidsit for the Council as from October 26th, grid had issued another receipt for £200 as from a later te; enclming receipts., : ,- ?- . Froii" the' Chief" S1rceetrv's "oiceB,? reqdueting rtain information toabe furnished on a form en closed in regard t fotle asnouiut'of rateable property in the Shire, amount of valuation, &c.-Referred to the rcFretary and Rate-Collector. , From the same, as to receiving .deputation. Coiieillor Lewis reported that Couicillors Lorimer, ...

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

Draught Staions. -: TILE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE'IIOIIIE,. Will SrTAND this Seinson nt Sr. GERMAINS. 3[PROVES is a daidk bay, risi?cii3' years old. S Sets: Cowden P'rince, by. lackPrince (imp.); dam. by Cowden s i d. (imported); g. dam byrBen Lomond` (imported);t g.g. du. imported by R: Brodie. S"DAi.r: Violet; by Ferguson's Clyde;, the chmnpion horse of Adelaide; her dain, Blossom, by Improver ; g. dami Diamo' d, which was first prize:taker in Adelaide for three year.,, iTERafS-£4 for snares paddoctked; £3 for snares led to the horse. One in jfee gist in." : lt 1rare b ut no responsilbity. 71ced,,:: -;.. :, ..:.ALEX. 'ATTERkSO~i The Pure; Bred.Clydesdale Stallioha Will Stand this Seanon atR IOSEBAnK, One Mile from Crnboirne ': ": M ATCIILESS sir ir e 1sincs Charlie (imp), chaiunpion lioroe of hlis due, In dani lbeiagthi lhainpioii mnare of Scothind anid Victoriii Pri;ne r Mauduitethed First (imp.) " ' '"'" SMatehloiWi}3 lllbr of 9 tlrot'prices, and bin otoel haveidon more prizei tlhanmi ...

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

SHIRE OF DANDENO KG..''I A.PPLICATIONS will be received up to 1.30 p.m on Saturday, 22nd December, from persons willing te Collect the Dues at the Dandenong M3o lket for Twelve Months from lt January, stating .amount of remuneration required. .. For further information apply to the Secretary. * JOHN KEYS, Secretary. OAKLEIGI SHIIRE. TjENDERS for the' following works' will be re. .1. eeived by the Council until 6 pm. on Thurs day, the 27th instant: i Cutting, metalling, &c., opposite Disper's, on . the Waverley road. .., I. Construction of about 151 chains on Ie ad's Gully road. . Tumbling Bay, High Street road. , Fencing at Beecher's Hill and at Back creek. 'Plans and Specillmtionsat th-offiee ofthe:Cdun* cil on and after Monday, December 24th. ` The lowest or any tender not inessarily accepted. By order of the.Council, :':- , WM.-H. WASTELT,".i Oakleigh, . Shire Secretary. Decemnber 19,1877. peeod SHIRE OF CRAIBOURNE. SEPARATE TENDERS will be reeeived at tle t Shir Ofces, C...

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Meetings of Local Bodies DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 14th December. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

itttrtigs of 0Otal 33obijt I ---o-.. DANDENON2G SHIRE COUhCII .. ' a Saturday, 14th December Present: The President ':(?r. A. :W :'Rodd); r !Councillors Keys, Huttoni Attenborough, Potter, f Smartt, and G. W..Kerr.: The minutes of the previous meeting were read r nd confirmed; also outward correspolndence: b COREXSPONDENCE. .: .. From the Lands D)eartment, in reply, stating, it reference to cuttitng outlet firni Carrum Swramp, that it-was desirable to 'liae the conenit of the' landholders to the, cuttingi to prevent, the Govern meit fiom' diti 'hell responsible for aIntdidn& e that might arise from the cutting.--It was con sidered?.uniestisoiible on' the part oflthel Govern ment!On 'niotion of Councillor Keysy , secondid by Councillor Attenborough,-it-was resolved that a deputatti6' wait:on .the Commissioner1 of.,Public a Woik?,e'and explain the matter, and endeavour to mabe an ahrrngemcentL'. ' , ' " From W. Audsley, inl reference to an i mprove-1 ' iiblit di' the Wdst Boun...

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

marn ma wear the color of cardinal on his nose Set be not atreily religiouo. S"j leiers for Mike Howe?" asked an individual Ld't at a pot oflice window..." No leiteis for -? row," was the answer. T.assL DISCOVERY FOn THE HAIR -If your Sturniat gre or white, or falling off, use theea ?Ifair Renewer," for it willpoitively bt a erery case gre or white hair to its original , thout leaving the disagreeable smell of .t retorers." It makeso the hair eharmingly ai ell ae l u?moting the growtl of the Sbld spots, where the glands are not lli- your Chemist for " The Mexican Rewer," prepared br Henry C. Gallup, 493 reet, London, and sold by Chemists and Cra everywhere, at 3s. 6d. per bottle. Ac! To sOTHES!--Are you broken in your S, k hild suffering with the pain of cut -tthl -.oG at once to a chemist, and get a .? h W.inslow's Soothing Snrup. It will poor nsuferer immediately. It ie perfcctly . dn peaanst to tamtea it produces natural n*tP, r rePlievingtlecltild from pain, and the ebrub aakens...

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

The rain which began to fall yesterdayno.,r aniid eoitinued at ianternls throlghosut tlhedart be' a greit booii to farmers and gaceners, , doubtless, hopetthat it'will contisine to fallpletr, for some time. A niecting of the Dundemono, ande a oth ~o Agricultural Society, for the lirposoofalp1at -judges and other business, will.be held next day. Thera will' alo be d a cirial meting othg ,lDandenohi' Couhicil to appoint a collector aft. market? dues, aitsl the success of the market drl. in a great mtasure upon the appointment. ImThe Shire of 3Moortbbin has decided to hte £7500; iad a'selhidule of the works pmrotfdei executed in each riding appears in lost i-suecd Fromnt a'lettL'r read at the last maetting iof. .Dandenong. Shire.Council_ it, seems that th Ib partment is prepred , to carry out the .? necessary to iiinke'm oplening from f n ,Ca -r: to the Bay, provided the Damlenong Comrniloo front labldfioldrs iuterested 'an usdlertatcai;s, anteeing 'the Gosrtssrensst frot any h sf.n. d...

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

.t::m,ý-;i .jýitl1aY, 1ath December. ,, : • :: IBfore Mtessrs.'JolirtB llin and V. C. WVatts'J.P's: ;Mountal Cinstable Ea~leson brought tijp no Ims tlianone ldrrikiness and sx larrikins named HIarriet: MfcGooi-n, John Wood'?ward,' J. 'oodwald, jun., Jolid.Taylor,"Jiames Taylor,' John 'Peppercorn, and tlu&idel Wilson, for insulting behaviour. The cvi den'c of. the appreheiding constable showed .that they were all standing round the Episcopalian Church on Shinday evening, the 8th instant, usiig obscene language and uttering filthy anl insulting wobrds to persons going to their devotions. All were fisetd 5i. eochor twentv-four hours imprisonment. It is almost needless to say that the- slight puinish mont meted out was not in any way" commensurhna with the flagrant enormity of the act, and that the nlnes. were imsnodioately paid asid the. delinquents were allowed to go on their way rejoicing to. "sin sonicoiior.'; ichardhililiots ,hnd osunoomonsed noo of the ,aboieInrrikiin ford...

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

gCIL OF CITARE(Ih 'F8RT Ai)Y FRTISNG ' i s ort Th r e o nd tb- : ' ." ... ..... . i . .1.o qFor t hdit. nt' ?a ? Iro i o as . per nc hi Forf o.tein y toui Into . t"riienot ule nil frdertisenic. ? tuppiir?m S.r m te" o.. . . ,', . Ti. f a ~l .emeIO ns L ins ttree noide Mrbly reduced rates. d o c44 ihap ·1trt, ojiit. l .n thiel . :o.-t-u r of irertion+, or thev 'irll he ion "tinnd sldE r cd for till nouiterinnhded. ".ll A nlo for o ithlnsnil or nitcnltdionto hbesnt in o dihr h, prior to ptublictio .n . . ' !-.:., i SAdeviSmeit3 cas only?edimcotinuedC by written orders. . .- . Lotre rt SIILLiR TI03[TO,,G1. Little Collins stree Ses? T?lelbour ne; nnd SaItiinyide Cottnage p?"IOER, .TOIrt, General a1tndlv 1Butcher, ro n, Parademi~y hofd1 : r.... .. o. 'INTE. K en T ? .. ... ic trllaclleou--. , " orotr lT.:e Lndner. Ful rn, ?aitonti` r?.A T7d S'Cli,.uiti nc'et; op'iio.rii-e Argye pqi,?irer L * , I lntian . , .1 1 ...r . . i 1OrtLWIg T.Oly TONSuln ilpto r.eirth'Sui} h re uuder Trpnifar of o...

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LICENSING MEETING, GARDINER. Before Messrs Templeton, P.M. Robert Hunter, and R.g. Benson, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

;ICESIK[G 3EETLNG(i, fGAIDINER. ,A, f7 Befuo ilMesrs Tempnletcon , .3., Robert IHunter, arid S: I:.:' R. G-. Benson,'J.P . . Licna?.' Gra'nted. tile;iider Smith, . nlfaliv, Ilour, Gardin'i; 'ohn Gcorge "lcvwood,' Turf Cliubi Maurice Grifti? Victforia Aniateur Turf Club ; Gebore 3atteni, Counciil Turf Club' Itowlanid Eihns, Londotn Taucrin, Caulfield'; Williait'b I ri andlc, MIaveri HIill Hlotrl..? It. is suggested thatadmission fees be: charged here after at fashionable weddings, andtthat they be ani nounced after the following style: Grandesn nptials of the season. 'The lorely-- to the minly-.Ser dral novelties never before presented.' Xew ,musie, new dresses, new properties. Tekets 5s; reserved seats (middleaisleo)half a crown extra: N.:B. All persons occupying rescrved'seats are assured that their fiull iames will be mentioned in thepapers. raw .w, f "I think I have sneo you, ?oe sir. -.Are you not. O~eiiSmith?". "Oh', yes,r,,lowin Smith,' al owiu' Jones, aiiid onii' Brown, n?d o...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, December 2nd. Before Messrs W. Templeton, P.m., A.W. Harston and James Jamieson J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, December 2nd. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P.M., A W. Harston, and James Jamieson, J.P. James Ginnochi, the landlord of' the Cheltenham Hotel, summoned Lachlan McLeod and William Rout, for wilfully damaging the windows of his hotel. The evidence showed that the defendants went to plaintiff's. public house early on the morning of the 9th inst, namely, about two o'clock, and de- manded drinks of brandy, in a most affectionate and wheddling manner, but were refused the supply in a very peremptory and decided way. In return, they discharged a volley of pebbles and stone metal at the windows, dong damage to the amount of 50s. After being read a severe lecture by the Chairman of the Bench, they were fined 20s., and 25s. The annual licensing meeting Court was held     before the same magistrates, and certificates were issued to the following hotelkeepers ; James Gin- nochi, Cheltenham Hotel; Frederick A. Etheridge,   E...

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LAUNCHING OF THE "TRUSTY." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 December 1877

LAUNCHING OF THE "TRUSTY" The pretty little village of Newhaven, Phillip Island, was visited on Tuesday, December 11th, by a large and well dressed crowd of sight-seers, at- tracted thither, by the announcement that Mr. A.   McLeod would launch a large vessel of about 80 tons and which he successfully performed to the immense gratification of all the spectators who sent up cheer after cheer as the vessel glided gracefully   into the water. Miss Lizzie McLeod, the accomplished daughter of the enterprising proprietor, duly     chartered the vessel "Trusty," : breaking the     customary bottle of wine on the vessel's stern. The length the vessel is about 75ft by 18ft. beam, and 6ft. depth of hold, and is built chiefly of hard- wood blue gum planking from the Bass river steam saw mills-in fact with the exception of her masts   and decks she may be said to be composed of timber grown in the localit...

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

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 15th.     Before Messrs. Templeton P.M. and J. Jordan J.P. Peter Smith, junior, who was chaged on remand   with larceny, was discharged. The Oakleigh Shire Council summoned the fol- lowing persons for rates :—Rev. J., Guiness £5.15s. settled, F. Luring, 16s.6d., settled ; W. Freeman, 19s. 6d., settled; J. Jell, £6, order for amount with 2s. 6d. costs, recoverable by distress; J. Trennear, £3, case dismissed. Alex. W. Aitken v. John O'Keefe; for illegal   detention of property, was settled out of Court. Andrew Wilberg v. Samuel Jacks, for wilful   damage to property consisting of a fence and a bridge.—Summons not served. LICENSING MEETING             Grocers' licenses were granted to E. L. Thompson, storekeeper, Oakleigh, and T. G. Wilkinson, store- keeper, Mulgrave; and publicans' licenses were issued...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, December 21st. Before Mr. Officer, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, December 21St. . 'Before Mr. Officer, .T.P. Bowl v. Wheeler'; debt £4, work arid labor.-Dismissed . ShireCouncil v. Wm. Farrell ;.rates, £12. No aIppearatice of defendant.-Oider for amount and 4s. costs. Same v. Joseph Ilaines rates, £ 310s. The amount had been lodged with the Clerk of the Court, but the officer of the- Shire re fused to take it Without costs.-Tlhe Bench made an order for the amount with 10s. costs. Same v. G. Millard £3 12s. rates. There was no appearance of defendant, and an order was made for the amount, with 10s. costs. Same v. John Lunt; rates, £1 5s. Settled. Same v. R. W. Carroll; rates, £3. De fendant did not appear, and an order was made for the amount with 10s. costs. Same v.' Geo. Watson; rates, t£30.- Settled. : The Court then adjourned.

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ATHLETIC SPORTS AT LYNDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

ATHLETIC SPORTS AT LYNDHURST. On 'Christmas day there was a large gathering at Taylor's Half-way Houser Hotel to witness the athletic sports being held there. The running ground'was alo6n the side of the main road, where a'clear level course was obtained., The, events were nnumerous, and were well-contested, there being a display of some very' godd running and junmping. -The amusement was kept ..up with' much spirit duiriin, the afternoon, and was, shared& by a much 'larger number of persons than could be expected to' cdngregat'"h' a t'yndliurst. Seeing the success that followed1Mr Taylor's first attempt to inaugurate sports, it is probable that they.will be revived on future occasions. ,QU. QEENSFliinR A iNN;AL SPORTS. This meeting, which:was held. on Boxing Day, could not have li'ailbetter wiather, had the clerk thereof, not the clerk of the course. been appealed to personallyfor this occasion only.. It wass'hn u'ndoibt6d 'success, 'aiid attracted a large number of visitor...

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BERWICK LICENSING COURT. Friday, December 21st. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Officer and Wilson, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

BELtWICK ICENSING COURT. Friday, December 21st. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.I:, Officer aid Wilson, J.P.:. Licenses were renewed in-' the cases of Robert Bain, Border Hotel ;:Sophia Souter, Gippslaidl Hotel; GeorgeMiller.of Paken. ham; Michael Kelly, Pakenham; Miss' CatherinefBourke, Pakenham;. Maurice Con nor, iNew- Bunyip `Hotel; David Connor jun., Bunyip; Daniel O'Brien, Limirick Arms, Pakenham, and William Goldie, Bunyip.

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Police Intelligence. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 22nd. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., and Lecky, and Patterson, J.P. LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

- CRANBOURNE POLICE, COURT. Saturday, December-22nd. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.I3Mand Lecky, nndl Patterson J.P "d P s P LICENSING COURT. Piablicanis' licenses'. were granted to Mllar garet Jane: 'T'ucker, of . the Cranbou;ne Hotel; Elizabeth Harris, of the :.Mor ninaton .Hotel; Richard Taylor, of, the Half-way House I'Htel; Mary Ann Steer, of thlo, Tooradin Hotel'; Margaret J. Strud wiicke; of the Sherwood Hotel; Richard G. Scott, of Poowong, McDoniild's Track. : The Court then adjourned.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

Oar columns are open for the dberion oer e wi&ch are nC of a fseear ih deeot Fo of . a Cto" be dtlinctl;Y understood, weertte ýj T ieftify "ouraselt e with the opin?? i t ..ertian l •ie .add m ? Cop the usonaeu a ddrers ofrito the htopr, nd good faith ll of h wtr, eayrar

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

To the Editor of the Soth lioorke andl orninsy, Sir,-It is earnestly to be hoped tla t Ir. Morton, who dmuinisters to the spiritol of the Presbyterian congregations of DsIad00' Berwick will not fatl into habits of InZ trtvagtnte inl consquenee of the literl hut ?O°ptuntluall est eeies fron his entthu ,h noirers. IHe is aldmittedly in eve ' , qualified for the position he occup t, n h by nio means a sinecure. On ech Su preaches in each of the two w l ees, he diese great manny socil duties durlng the 'ee n tiot.itht.tllework of his mlnistry; antd t he is annually retaried with the nUrifatm of one hundred and thirty pounds, from Ipys seventy pounds per annuin for heou as the Rev.- gentleman is obliged tok s repttd trap, it naby o safety aasutttcl thLt h . h ettilrey absorbed by thee. two itemsstne tween tradesmen alnd their customoe understood terms exist, and any infrantis e m is invariably followed by ant inttatton tos ts effect, and the debtor is gently remlejdt, to th loss of memor...

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