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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 9th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. &nbsp; Saturday, February 9th. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Before Messrs W. R. Looker and John &nbsp; Jordon J.P. Peter Smith v. John Anderson ; work and Labor, £4 4s. — Order for amount and 5s. costs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The name of Nicholas Doolan was ordered &nbsp; to be inserted in the ratepayers' roll for the Oakleigh division of the South Bourke dis- trict. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Court then adjourned. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878
DROMANA. During the recent thunder storm a valu able cow belonging to Mr. Henderson,missed line ning. The animal was grazing in a small paddock on the side of Arthur's seat at the time the accident occurred. There is no doubt of death having been caused by the electric fluid ; the symptomsbeing unmis takeable. i .TheLord Bishop;offilelbourne:. prcached on impressive; sermon 'in "the, Mechanics' Institute on the evening of Thursddylalst tb' a large and attentive audience. With seem inhvery',"had tIste"''a 'collection wis"misade afi irwnrdi ;for -ast p b was notstaited. "Ini tire 'event: of 'Englaitd: becoming in· volved"i? war, ;'theie'e'ill not be wanting loyal men who are rendy and willing to give their iia ifadce 'in 'dfetiidin? the: colony. Ain'bld oflidr'itrimediateli~'fter the receipt ofthe war news M Monoday' wrote tto the Chief Seoretary on' thes'bujet Hof the de-. fences of the colony:: In -his .letter he says.: '" Faimprepared, if authorised'by'~he pre sent Government, to f...
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, February 8th. Before Messrs. Jamieson and Harston J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, February 8th. &nbsp; &nbsp; Before Messrs Jamieson and Harston J.P. Henry Henwood v. John Hitchen ; charge &nbsp; of stealing a fish. Complainant and de- fendant are fishermen at Mordialloc and acomplainant was one night watching his fish after they were packed for market &nbsp; when he saw defendant go to the cart, lift the lid of a basket, and purloin a fish. Complainant arrived on the scene, and after expostulating with the defendant on the im- propriety of the act received a blow on the cheek with the fish, which the fell to the ground. The witnesses in the case could not swear that defendant was the man owing to the darkness of the night. The case was consequently dismissed. Same v. Save ; assault. This was also dismissed. &nbsp; Wm. Coleman v. Samuel Coulter and John Pearce ; wilful damage to property.- The defendants, tow young larrikins, fired pebbles in the direction of Mr. Coleman's windows with shang...
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY OF A TILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
ATTEMPI'TED ROBBERY OF A TILL. Frederick Walsh was charged with at temulting to commit a ftlony.-Mr. 3lcKean. who appeared for the prisoner, objected that previous convictions were brought under the notice of the magistrates by the police. The Sergeant said there was a column in the book for that purpose.-'lThe Mayor saia he was informed by the Clerk that this was a general praetice.-Mr. Smyth said he would draw the attention of thle Minister of Justice to the subject. Evidence was then taken : Jesse Gtoss deposed that on Mon day he was sitting in a room in his own place, a buteher's shop in Bridge road, whet looking into the shop he saw prisoner with his hand in the till. A little while pre viously there were 50s. in it. 'There was then some small change in it. Prisoner appeared confused, and said he had made a mistake. Gave prisoner in charge.--To MIr. McKean. Prisoner was leaning over a slab, and had the till drawn out, and both hands in it. Prisoner had a shilling in his hand, a...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
MARKETS. E5.tsE-~i . Liuee, ;Satinturd, Oth February. Vegetables: Ilteas, kidney, 2d. to 3d. per lb.: beet, 6ld to 9d per dozen; bouquets, 3s:'to 12~. j;er' dozeen ;?cbbn;gesi 2. "to s. to do ne:psicums, D*. per lb.; carrots, Gd. to Od. per dozen bunches ; cress,' later,'(dl. to Od: do. cucuiober., is to 3s per dozen ; Brlic, 3d. per lb.; lettuces, (Gd. to is. per, dozcen; lularjornmll, Gd. to Sd. per doz. bunches; inint 0d to -l'do.; ontons?f"e 75 o OtSTlie.r'ewt.r; do.' greenu Gid. to Is. per dos. bunches ; parsley, (d do.; sarumps, 9d. to Is. Gd. do:; :lpas, 2d to 2"d perlb.; potatoes, 7s. to.7.. ld. lpr owl. ; radishes, l;d. per dozen bms;'lc. rhubarb, Is. to Is. lGl. do ; sage, Gd to 8d do. ; "shallots, _d pr lb. ; spinach, "s to 3s. per doz. lbunhes ; thyme, tdi do.; turnips, 9d. to Is. td do. Frsuit.:.\lmonds, 3d. per lb ; apples, dessert, 7s to 10s per sase; do., cook inr, .Is to (;s Gd do.; plums, Id. to 3d. per lb. ; lemonus, Is. to 2s pIer doz.; mulberrirs, tld to Gld per...
TRESPASS ON A CHINAMAN'S GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
THESPASS ON A CIUINAMA\N'S GARDEN. At the Richmond Police Court on Wed nesday last, James Charles, John Lanudry, John Gilligan, Thomas Whipp, and Will ina Mitchell were charged with insult blg bhaviour. M1r. Walsh- appeared for the prosecution ; Mr. Smyth for the defence. Mr. Smyth applied for the prisoners to be brought up sep arately, Mr. Walsh contended, that the prisoners should be charged together.-The Bench decided to hear the cases together. Evideace was taken as follows: Edward B:arker, landlord of the All Nations Hotel, Separation street, deposed that on Monday last, about four o'clock, two of the prisoners, Gilligan and Landry, came into his place, and asked for a glass of ale. Rtefused to supply them. Some other young men came down the street with them, and witness told them that their mates had gone into the Chinanman's garden, opposite. Saw them on the road. 'They were much excited. The Chiunaen had a shovel and a bamboo. The men took these things from them. Some wood a...
Police Intelligence. GRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, Debruary 16. Before Messrs, James Leeky, Alex. Patterson, and A. McLean Hunter, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
CR t\IQUIRNE P1'OLICE- CoURT. Sattiurdn Lobruor) 16: ''` Irfor o IIces1.T nuco Leckr, Ile: Prttctoat, umd A 31cLcnu JIruut~r 31' -1 Clarks. Dvi; Thi d uno nocd oeeooltlou ofa oidoeck ;EL1 10 OQi- Ordern i;rniu,mu.for the o;uoouo,. ith =11i co Cutizt t.i citiid·. ur · l}, -- -- - - c
WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
WAlR IrN TI?ls IEAST. Lato news from the sent ot war shows that Englahiu has at last, thought proper to interfere withl the belligerents, but it is to be feared that: she is to lanto in the fielt now to do ouch good even to lirotect her own interests?. The lRussinus are virtually at the present times masters of Constanti nople, and the Turks, sore, no doubt, at the repeated statements that thoe English G(overnment Gould not interfere till Eng lish interests were threatened, resent now the aid of England. The Turks protested against the entry of the English fleet into the losphorus, hbut the vessels have gone there notwiihstanding ; the Russians as a counter move then decided on advancing upon Constantinople ; in reply to the protests of the English Govnmerttnt they said the occupation wouhl be a peacefill one, but the statements of Russian diplomatists must be accepted with great caution. Turkey in Europe may be considered doomed. At. the present time the relations between Russia an...
BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 15th February. Before Messrs. Robert Officer, James Wilson, and Dr. Elmes, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
lER VICK -rPOLICE COURT.; i ridsyo5thl } bruary. ]Before:' Mess Rs ]lobeirt Ollicer,, James :'Wiion, ynud Creimi r. Dwyer; goods s.old mid dedlierod £1 7. -Order for amlount nd 5s. costs ' Tatterson v. Smith ;goods sold, £2 8i. Id ?o npp),rance. : ' : ' " " ; : .. . '' I risbanie v.nyes ; goods sold,' £.10 lOs.-Order for the nmiount iwith i5. costs. Conltable hSlnuhii snmmoned HenTy Senrle, 1 ichllel Holt, Simon iPaternoster, John.Ginty, and Tl]os. Griffiths, senior, for allowulig their' eittle to "iilnder on the streets.--leh of the defendants nwt fined se., and the Bench informned them that on a seeond appcearance they would have no alerta. tire but to levy a fine of £10. Tho Court then adjourcnd.
OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. LONDON, Feb. 14th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
OFFIOIALV WAII ThELEGRAM. +LofiON, Fel 14th.; STe .:ll lissin?s are close to Oonstnltinao lo, ant throtiion its occupation ift: the ]'ngl isa fleet'enters the Dardianolles, T'he fleet entered yesterday, despitoe the protest of Turkey, which is now moro Rus sinn thnn English. Russin, among other teorms, doenatds the cession of a portion oftBessurabia, which may involve complications which Austria tlud Rolinania, There is general excitement here.
PETER PINDAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
PETER ly =As someof the i)rouin Jutction too;+j fe to be sold on the 28th of Fohry it telnding purerlnsers wish to tno 'A tho district ])rouin fuiliction ;ill fin.t or fire lutidred selectors to it; (nt I; 2eirim, Jinrivick, and i)ruin oW ua :t nilway ; while soulth of tile r]01 t lun hall m and Plooon, wi t .io dents; ialso, pairt of Drouio Es?ton 1nt; th be drawn in. in Drouin West ah d on0 Ihundrled and twenty ste'lcthor, enl tii'eragilng bout 190 acres. l lan"e u selectors are going in for ciiultivatioi, ant hpproveinlents ire thle rule ; tlherea re dr ors tihatare not goingon with thheir i . thorough inid plactieiCi iluileri.:, i iutend selling, that is judging by thlib inatirl of their ilnproveiieil. Three walk from one sehrtiou to an:uothr o.,.l i but every turln ill the lnick brlirgs lie l the sele htor's etarinig und riiigls, oi ,t three lac( the drilferince will hi~ ai .sl personl will rctgiie the disrlictl It tie sohl fronti the rnilear stotio, on t" , tlhey coinprie thir...
WHISKY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
What crops have been gatlherd in, et6h~.vhlr on the whole have been fair ones., in s?l?e e ag1maibly-.nurprisinLg their owners, alltd ow tIht, halre llad nearly right days' rain for the mi«; F continuously, I smay venture to say that t iit potato crop will be above loald wants, and the,.i prires will.noIt reachlt so high us last y?r. At ist sonie of the ltownslip aulitment, :r'tr broiglht under the hanmmer; oe ;illot?,?tl! lihve will bring i good figm?r, lnd one ?0? oh like to own it would be glad to go as hidh i. s 'This is not so bad for i start for I)rosiln tat being at the rate of £1(00 lr er,', lut I thi?i?i the munber wanting this block it will go hioher As to the roads a good deal of grumilliniiado satiifaction liad been expresse?d at the -)a:lla put on tlhe estimates for Drouin, anil I think ? as it is, it would be better for the Iooren?nut r? the powers tllhat are if thev would exil'nd iit d the dry weather so that we couhl have goad ~cS thle wintcr and' not have it until t...
Political. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
-0 In the L erisltive Council on Ti!esday the President read a note from the Gover nor, stating that his advisers. had told him that as the Presidlent was going to send. a telegram to the home authorities it was not necessary for the Government to forward it. (Latnirhter).-Sir C. Sladen presented a peti tion from the Western district against pay ment of ncmembcrs.-Sir C. Sladen shoved an address to the Governor, asking for copies of instructions or despatclhes from the Secre tary of State in reference to the present crisis.-The motion was agreed to, and the Iuanse adjourned. In the Assembly on Tuesday Mr. Berry moved an address to the queen on the present crisis.-A debate ensued, and the motion was agreed to by 6:3 to 2:3 votes. The address- was -then :bronght up, and the House adjourned.: In the Acssembly on Wednesday Ir. Graves referred to the dlifcrent conflicting reasons which had been .given for the dis charge of the civil servants, and asked ift it was intctnded on the passing...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
CIrAi OURNIE T rSiITiL COUNCIL. 5 Sntuorty, 16th IFebreuir . Present: Councillor Leeky, (Presidelt) Coucillor IodoiTil, tGienvs, Fncey,?'Paittrsodn :Leenky j:u r.,. and Rossiter. : .The minutes of the previous meeting :were read and confirmed, nud" the outwaod corrtspotidence .:Counillor Rosoiter moved, aid Councillor Leckl seconded the adoption of the "FinanCe Committee't .recommendation of the payment of sevral dcounts amounting to the stum of £76, aild that the Presi dent and Councillors UIoward and Patterson sign the cheques for the da. -Carried.
Meetings of Local Bodies. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, February 14th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
AMuLV" S-x sfl COUXCtL. Tlturday,; Februat"1 .Iyh. (nllrem ??I e Olrdincr) Shire CoIneilhehld The , .lt onhlv inecting on 'Tlnilr.sday 'lnas. ii e Ti. e presidentý (Councillor TLewris), and r t eln'on, Lorimcr, Jiellin, Woodmason, r ae \i ute r of the premious eoctillg were reatl ¢ nrannled. Fnan Councillor lleyToIod, npologieipg for his i n ttytontcud, and requesting leave of abselnce. fr.iCtttenotei 1ngret'Og to tlt'ttir footpath a1,h lain;g downi a d ter pbiepe.-Te oeircer 0jt the rPirr re ae barn dote i a sataisfetory Fsn the SurrlVor, contradictiilg the .statements Fe br SIr. hnson, Snrveor of the Itoroondurra snk rto ork5s ieitg done itn lUrke road. th? a te 3lnflield Shire Comicil, requesntig to lnblihe wil1th slalisties as to valuation, ollfcers, l lrt?erltirulars.-Refierred to Secretary. -Fa Trylor nnd Manion. solicitors, laniming .C20 fmrot .lerhlnl fofh ntls t. hunt for injur ldomn , h tor and enr on the 15th .JanluIary, on Tsk n'ail, at dangerotus place opposite Mllr. i?...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
DROfMANA. On Suhdiy erening, the 10th inst,nt alu&t graceful steno occurred in the 3hecuuis' s Insti. The building is open to all denominationi s to b"1 serrice under the iutmlgetaelut of the truut h was undeirtood and notited that Mr. Chlri I Presbyterian minister, would hold serrie on 00 eTenlinig of the day named, but, us Mr. ientdes wis lighting, u)p the plae the sehooluis:ter mr in, and clainmed the use of the buildinsg for part, thu W esleyins, whlereupon n alteraltio rS ulled, in wlhich Mr. Cole, the WeslerUl stittn warmly joined, hlcked most energetihoidlr bt t whoollmnster muld his wife, the litter rt iayin iii an exsittced ltniler, "Don't give il. del gie iii, Mr. Coles." Mr. Ilfederon, lhowersr,hd his groind, nud3 r. Coles lad to give in. .lftirL schlol.nns ter nud. Lis sprty left. the building ll Claire pirached linl impressivr re e lon, althi. considernbly disturbed by the unseemly interfeh"s Since the occinrrence the trustees hiaue :tesrlrl aud apportioiled tlh...
OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, February 14. Present-The President (Mr. Jordan), and Councillors Armstrong, Miller, Kelly, Irwin, Ingram, [?], and Thompson. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
O OlXeLUEII SIIfilCOIU CIi IThursday, Februar. 1., Iet'lteI President (Mr. .Tonlau),, and C'otn lJos Aernistiong, Miller, etllry, IruwiiT, Tngbu, bridg, and Thoud son. cotRRESPONDENCE. F atShiro Council of 3hnisfiel, request ing replies tuoerire.leetitg raluu:tionu of thle Oakleigh Slhire, hi of olkers, ke.--The Secretary .to forward. iuforation. fons Ctown Inlls Departmenut, requres-ting in tian?s sto counnons in the Shire.-ihi e Secre ,t:ttd that he had replied . that there were no rw-rs in the Shire. Frln Csntrsl Ilouni onf llthi, forwarling form antlreport of Local Ilonrd.-To be forwarded. fmr kpalrttment of Public Works, stating that e?tin would be paid to the matter of the .1i olurt-house fende when the Departtment i'funds.--Rlecived. Fman (tullir? d Shire Counril, protesting aaginst stle of tollgates.-Reply to be sent that the k ual fencing had alrenldy been sohl and re Frn T?surr, Mellotune, forwarding forms for pfliertturn of mtonies received is tines, fees, Slnd forfeiture...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
j Y~tt;aaatlh ovm -uurrx; tau-rt Lux-I£ your h6iF ii turning grvy or hite, r felliuic_ U ulf, Use 9The M1exioQI i UaiP&ntrwrr,& forit pwidrceltx resto i cccr case are,. ur wki awir twita uriqtiua cuoour, without Iet iri the d ereritbIe smell ul mu. retorerh. It lulLr*. the hair ehaziinuy bea~utiful,. is well asi pruiuotius the -tvwth of the· hair on halal sliu ý where the eJand. any Tt deatt_ A1s: yuur Ch.,mli-t fur "The 3 ecinu Iluir Renrewer," pr, uire4by Irenry C. G3uhup. It3l Onforl street, Londcou, ad sold be Cheruj-ty and 1esfduuerw ever; whue, at o tid- per bettle. CHEMIST anid SURGEONI DENTIST 21sy :X.ooioootiot.r liego to informo tito Tlahootitotnts of Iloot ],t lit: ind suorroitioiltg D)istrits, tlhat 1w bans ronitijoced Ip t~sitiesx a aove.: horsc' and Cattle Meticitoecn ahrnys in Stork 2So..io' EU~3B3LaIC 19OTI(C30 BOOTS! BOOTS i CIIECAP AND GOOD. W. AItURRAY, Junur, DAND7EN ON G, Boot turd Shoe untufaoturor. W If. begs to tlhank lhis notto tn Froiends ot...
THE OAKLEIGH AND SALE RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
A short account of this line, now it is cosmpleted, may be eadl: with intierst by tile general public. Theo eontinet for the thiin section, that is from Sale to Morwell, a distance of forty miles and a half, was let, we learn from the Age, to Messrs. iMillar ancd James on the 11th December, 1874. It has cost £110,198. The contractfor the first section -that from Oakleiglh to the Bunyip, a distance of thirty-eight niles-was let to Mr. -eril 3Mae2eil on the 19th January, 1875, and transferred to Shr. J. Leggat. on the 16tlh May, 1876. It has cost a total of £98,520. The contaest for the second or midUdl section, a distance of forty miles and a half, was let to Messrs. Noonan Bros. on 3rd December 1875. The Engineer-in-chief found the work awas not progressing sulliciently fast enonuih to enable the contractor to finish his work by lhe . time appointed for completion, utnd the westlern half of the conmact was taken front Noonan Biros. mid let to Messrs. Fiohhurln and .\orton on the 7th...
THE MORNINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 February 1878
TIITE MIORNINGTON R ACES: Un ironiblie. weather thlreltendcl to preruii. on, Thtureilaylast, the dny.of the 1878 eneeiing'of the, .for:ingtoni nein, but, althoughthe earl iunornitig gave sigls of rmin, as the day ~iore on there was n brighter aspect overheld,: and the afternoon pIroved most fitvonrihble for 'neing. The attendanece on the course at lllsxter's Fiat wats, perhaps, not so large as sets geneisri:lly anticipated;, but, there ws' a sery. numerous gatheriig, and tthe litoceedings of tilhe divy wvere*"irtlunlarly quiet inul orderly, iind the assetit hblae ippeired to be enjoying tihemselves in otr n ostentitioiis tnamnner none the less on this acecoit. As is usual the hlorses froit a distance arrived 1 on tihe proioils night ait Frankstonl, ald were taken to the 'course in the morning, whith is t distant aboiit three or fouir tle i i. The litle town tllt i't' Frmntkston wea.rs qiitean excited appeanture I ?l rlecing timees' in comparisot with its customairy quietude, and thi...