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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

SECOND IDAY. ' Yesterda tere' was a very pod ilk ance, although.ltheo :threatening aieo tlje weather was such as' would prt m ny from venturing bt But th krpt fihne'and .the' nmeetiog of 187i bbrought to' 'ei'a suessful close 5ithl five races which were run off Therei la ge field of floies' ia the Ladies Bs which fell, avictory to, Lady Somie" R noca second', und orn'on third. lI u' rood race, 'tciigit ' making all the ii t TH?d? dicap Hurdle llace0n tiMr. Phillips's Lady Jocelyn. dA Bush led off after the start with a raoh, did not last, Lady Jocelyn forgi~to, rodnt, and slide led round the bac.i : coh{ r ITemperance passed her, sh14 -cnme agai, and won, Tea' anoe second, afddAlii`odd Biish thinr Aateur Steeplechase,' gentlemen n' prbvdj aery intoresting, race.' or a ?irry, Scurry there were five entri,' rer a ??6d. race Mr... Howard's 5ta prbved the winner, with Rainbow 'and Wildrake. third. The ConeOS1 Hiandicp was the'last race. k farimeirot i folidiwidhteuLgtoa cntiflo agricult...

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GRIFFITHS POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 20th. Before Messrs S. West, D. Reid, and M. Turnbull, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 20th. Beroiessrs . ?,st, D. ~Reid, and M. Ardill v. Sloss ; summons for unauthorised occupation of Crown Lands, adjourned from previous court day, was dismissed, the de fendant having produced his license dated two. months beforethe date,of tle ,,lleged ,complait.,.,, ,s. a, .a, " !' - ,o !,M1cIntoshr v Gillbee; Faram & Co:;. wrk. and labor done. Question of enga"-ement by. ,the,day.? or,, week: rt uPlaintiffl'naving cbarged for daylabour separately,'the bench dismissid ih, cas : , "'' '' ., ,? McIntosh v. Saunders; work and labor dorie,;£716s.6d.: 'Order'for the amdhntitto: bei aid witiintwo montlihs ': Godfrey v. Gillbee Faranm & Cio.; Rork: and labor done, e1S 15s. d. Order for amount and 15s. costs, payaile, in.onemonth.. GIb'dd~lr.;rv. iKiddie;,, debt, it k,1s.. Gd? Order for. amount and; 0s.: costs, to be paid, in sevendty: i r d ?,

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SEEDS, AND THEIR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

? SEEDS, AND THEIR TREATM?ENT. (From Railton's Catalogue and Guide to Amateurs.) There are three importnut conditions necessary to secure tih successful growth of seeds; aind as the neglect of either one will, although the other two are attended 'to, result in failure, we cannot, there fore, 'dobetter than explain this to our renders, and impress the desirability of carrying them out: 1st. Secutre good seed. J ,. 2mL Sow it at the right time. • . 3d : !,'3rd. Sow it properly. •The ishiportnmceof 'procuring good seed is so well understood, that we need not dwell upon it here, only renidrkiig that many failures are attributed to the seed, that arecaissed by the treatment it receives. Ravoing procured good seed, the next consideration is to soaw the same at the right time, and attend to it during the process of germination. This matter is bf so greht inportance, that half the failures we hear of are solely traceable to its neglect. All soils should be well worked before sowing the seed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

Sar4dleis &Bcc ,: : . spooo apo;cj fo ioarn;J f9U0Ip .4 p00 PO y Jmciimii qe--'.zlJ v iiijas WWeqh lli isiauo jmia leoddunse ail Illiiioiiiii(l .o.tii; :Ciii oif1M 111 lochp o;-: !p'pcoceq- ol.ieP!Ij al mol i oudll ud;irqc w Q.ii 1L% JO i , uoiiu oaa.i iqi ploip Oa sa01 h S a .IJ SADDLER,, t II ARiIESS,ý MAKE AI ES this opportuiitytto'conrc is thioia to T ;Custoiocio f r ~tloaii'Orcero dirigiihis loug eU rii cm ,ill be iikci .iiisppv IGood, flosot Wiorb,'' at a price, -hici cmti only admiit 'of'g qici return' CliirltsiBcotLeiithcr Uord.' " ' 62ced1 +if{ A.., CA. ;1Z G ,T SADDLER:i& (.GENERAL HARNESS <TJAI\G1'PURCII IbID the fluoeios, of qtr L .Tohn i odd(m (ho ts uiofr 71 nn yeirrisli;'d cibuaincol iii' Crsnbotiiirie) is pri.eparedto exicutie ordoiij oft.i irryldcerciptro i ithpouicwtllty.( I I "PE RSEVERANCE" "t .iI: 1 I Iil'bi' :Ii t !., '1 -tiVlilil STO11: ,'- t! " E ti -,IIIH T. - W Xb,1 Iii 'I (late 171 Victojriastrect), r; t :lti ... .:1 ," stablihih...

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DOING THE BUSHRANGER. (AN ORIGINAL STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

*D 3IG'THE BUSHRANGER. S (Ar OiaoiN'6A STonR.).; "Gay boe' vnas tlcir, by fanciy fed, I sJ pleasing whci possessc " I sa, Rosamond," excaimed Ida 'du IInammil Sto her sister; as he repliced :the.''Knights of the Roid" inlthe book-case, "what fin those lighway Smen used to have; Claude' Dual must have beein the happiest-man ri Christendom, if tlibse stories about him are true." ' ; ! , : "Yes," replied R osamond,' " I wish I was a boy; . we girls can't have any fun, unless wc i doit ti an 'awfully polite manner. , . '". "Oh "osa, I wish youi would be mie re:fitnd in your language; you cani't saya bword withbutl that horrible slang. I don't kInow lihat people will think of you." "Let people think what they-like,'" mid Rosa mond, "Iam living in this wild place to.;enjoy myself, and I mean to do it. I wonder' what time the old gent' will be hoIe'; 'le promiiisd to coiienat Shalf-past five." : " : "7 . SThis was addressed to P1hillip Benumont,..the young ladies' uncle, ina whose, charge ...

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Alutings of Local Bodies. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, April 18th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

0tfi lc a L 3 1 3 'b i c . SlLVE .SItE COUNCIL. S'Tborsdar , April :18th' i MEETING :-Present : Tile 0 .!' "'R E. Levis)"ba'd Councillors iorietr, BellinI Woodmolson, He i aidsnll, jriteort, and Middleton.' l mnutes o the pIrevions mtectin o.iere o-nd confirmed, and outward correspon n C a pIprov InESPONDENCE..: ~o slice of Lainds and Suirreiy, ii refer to ttle reservation of i site for n'Shire" utin' tllat it had been. foundt neces lto consult the Law sind PoliceDepaii rtd the reply of the latter was that , vaodtio tusel be provided for n ourt of Petty Sessions, but no reply '1hd teon received from the Law Department: Sresillent stated that" what . was ,he pr an official notificntion" that the aed pproved Of.--The Secretary was teto ask in reply if this letter'was ,eronstrued as an official approval of the rom the Iloroondara Shire Council,:with Sof their Surveyor on the Burke road ria c.--The report stated tlit 'various -ere r'--,ired on account of the late .lso clling attention t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

" "EivaxR "nu.LE xae .iLAw'.riutroiranI m aamulnT 'thibs'necs eistofstrimulnts as mediaunes, ind no tce fsatllar ofsens??'deibi tihat they are esoatintial cl meonthof Cure in ia~aricty of diseases. Only'fan ic y the utility; of analcoolicolipepiarotiop n Theiapid and pejste, cures of36 rcrroui debiity, ailmcnts, wrought by UDOLPIO WVOLYE's SCILIEDAH AnoxATIo SclsNAir?s, give the lie to those who deny the utility of spirituous medicines. ,,,LOIrILINEI--=FOR TulE TEEeII AD BRBEATH.-A fewarops o£ the liquid 'Florilin sprinklid on a wet toothTbrush produces a pleasant hl?lter, ilich tlodroiighly clsanses the teeth from all parasites or iiiiprities, hardens the gunms,, prevents tartar, stops decay, givesto the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and p deligltful fragranue totlhe breath. It removes. all unpleasant odour arising from det?tyed teeth or tobacco smoke. The "Frngrant Floriline," being composed in part of honey and sweet herbs, is deli cious to the taste, and the greatest toilet...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thuesday, April 18th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

I OUAKLEIG; SHIRiE;, UNCIi:,' S....Thursday, Aprii;! 18th.,.,,.: . The usual ordinary meeting was held on T'hursday ,last, I.present::i-,Councillor J. LIavidge e(ini thd echair), Codiicilldrs 'Irwvin'i Kelly, Miiller, Wilkes, Ingrain, Tlihompson Inhd Armstrong. I TheS"minutes of the previougsmeetigg were read and lconirmed,' and outward correspon dence approved. ' r . i:CORRESPONDENCE.?.. i' i ' . ' From thliTreasury;' Melbourne, enclosig alrecilpi foir firlu s.7d...being.theamonont paid. as percehtage, on, licenses, ifeosi ,penal-1 ties &c. received by this Council during tlie year 1877: !From Town Clerk's ;officei: Melbourne, inf-i vitin the atteiidance of a delegiate from the Councilat', ' conference to' be'helt l n ;i - bourne ion the sulect of the gas question..~ . fFroii 9,th.eGovernmenti Ssatist's:tOffice, acknowledging thereceipt of the ,AgriculJ iiral Statistical returns for this Shire. From the Chief Secretary's Office, re pquesting that a form enclosed having refe...

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LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. Lonldon, 9th March.-In ithe 'lHoisd of Lords this iafternioon, Lord Deriby 'ilild Persia hadl assureif the.' G(overninert tlat she had :no understanding ;with .RussiaT regarding a cession.of the district of, theCinspian; in ex chune fr th (district of B'3tztal.. I' tlic l f('osefjC'oiniims, Sir 'Stal rd' Nortlicote 'in replyi to a,qucstion putlsy LordlIHarting ton,i! said thei Goveriment had informed Alnstri?ilat'itt did 'iot"object to Berlin'i f,, alce :,i fiLmetin oft the .conferinc. ir ?tafford .,jortlicote, also said,. that Lord Lyons will doubtless, be the British Pleni potentiary. 'LLod !Derby -ilso said! the Go' 'vcrhrienit is' now commtiiicatin'g with "othcr Peurers, principally Austria, regiardi'?gthli i)'sis,on: whlich, the i'conference shoiuld pro ceed. Tihe. Government had .stated their opinion thill not merely')'ilart bhut thle whol of the treaty' between; RUisias"aiin Tdirke6 should be submittiedto ?tlie congress . London, 10th March.-At the pea...

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Police Intelligence. BULN BULN POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 13th. Before Mr. Jas Copeland, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

BULN ,BULN\TPOLICE, COURT. I Saturdayi I ril 13th ' Before Mr. Jas: Coeland JP. Fred -Hornele v. ' JJi alsh;, work and labour, £8; ls.-Dismis sed;, with; £3 r3s. c o s t s . , T" . .. ,. ' .. , , 1 .- .: 1 : G :H. Redman v. R. Edwards; fraud si??imons.-Siinmons not served date ex tended'till 27th April 1 /) 1 Alex. McDonald; v. Jv .McCoy; illegal detention of property..-No appearance. 1. ,Hud hey v.. R. Iimilton :iunliawful assiult:-Adjourned till next Court'day?'? J. Iugale .v. . R Hamilton; .ilegal de tention of property. A.-Adjourned, till next Court day. ' Patrick ;innano . G. Cooper; ,.work and labour, £5 a9s' 6d:-In consequence of'tlhe non-alpearance of' the defeiidant, anid, as only one maiostrate was pr'esent, ihis and the followin, pases,naainst .Cooper were adjourned till die next Coirt 'd?:'a -UHenry Hurrayt ,v. G. ,Coopery;/wages as a hired servant,; 31,16s. ?d:-F? Brusillt v. same; work and labour, :,?5 17s. Gd.-M. Ryan v. same ;.'do., £5 ms.--A. Hogan v. same ; do., '5...

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THE MELBOURNE TOBACCO TRADE [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

THE MELBOURNE TOBACCO TRADE" A short tim"nago a gentleman went into a store not fifty !miles :from Dromana anil asked the storekeeper if he had any genuite American tobacco; ifie storekeeper replie'd that he had, and adding that lie had paid 'a long price for it. The gentleman'purclhseel some, and departe d. On reachingi home h'e essayed to! fill: his pipe .with ithe genuini e article. He w...as somewhat .stirprised on glttin_ in'to thid lilu to find'apiece bf paop embedded ian thecentre, cand.bein;curious to know what it was he spit up the stick so As to erxtracttheil;paper, hiwich. hefound to his astonislihmenttto bed portion of the Argu bs,earing a -coinparaitively recent data. !He immediately took the tobacco baick to the storekepeh?,titho. as d~iiqlly amazed on the exhibition of the fraud. The storekeeper produced liis invoice hicli clearl shonwedl tth at,he ha'd bought i;te rticle, and paid for it as genuine. He signified his intention ofa i?imediately sending iback the entire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

ORLEIGH PARK RACES, 1878, FORD'S PADDOCK, (Two miles from Dandenong), To COME OFF ABOUT A Mor-en IHECE. MAIDEN PLATEeat S IA.N'DICAP HURDLE RACE, 20 sors. IANDICAP FLAT RACE, .20?sors. , SELLING HURDLE RACE. SELLING FLAT RACE. HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE..-- -- HURRY SCURRY RACE. A CAVALRY RACE. Full programme next issue. to J. G EYWOODOrleigh Park. CO\CERI'. A CONCERT, under theiauspices of the Cran bourne Young Ten's Mutiual' Improvement Society will be held in the TEMPERAN?CE HALL, CRAS?OURNE, on FRIDAY, APRIL 20,r 1878. Doors open at 7, commence at 7.30. Admission, is.; Children, Gd. 711pa . THOMAS PATTERSON,?,on. Sec. NOTICE. ": i, To the Selectors of Poowong and 'Jeetho. A PULTLIC MErETG for the NOMINATIOXN and ELECTION of seven gentlemen to form a ROADS COMM3ITTEE to expend:tlie ~Mihdt-sJ ment grnt will be held at the Post Office, Poowong, on SATURDAY, the 27th'i itaii,hnt 11 n.m. Business-?Nomination from .ll nin. to 12,noon; election to commence at'l p.m., cloe at 3 1).m. Dv orde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

ilE OF C1IAE0ES.;OR. ADVERTISOG, o fly Wardo for One Inicrtion " 5 .. Foto n ir W or 5., . .... 5 3s.. IdFort tloird, rt rth e of s: per inch;, •for0no insrtioon oly. ipe ercor .nen a11 ndvertis ements .appear Sfor h .reeMonths.. . d Advertisements are inserted at onsiderably reduced ratesi::.,: i --,o i s most plecify oal the fne'i, of'tlih;ni Benmtr of insertionfls;' or thei will be'on;' tiur snd chnrged for till countermainded. -All fod r witldraWnl or alterationi to be sent in on the a prior to publicantion .. i0etisements can onlybe discontinued byritten orders. ,i; irS , umtber.an nd Onsfitter,,13 ,1.ennox. anrthe Loenonn Ta1vern .otel. ; lOp? n., "ILLER, TIOJMAS' fi4 Littlei Collins "trset eair t' 3iboaroe; uill Sit yrsidde Cottage, Chapel strret, St ICihldf :' ' ,i_ utchers ,: , ,, syITGERJOiK, Generrl Fonile Butcher, gxon ParOade Richmond; '. . BOLT Water Filter ,lnfnufcetnirer" 117a Cardiga" stroct, opposite. Argyle. squlire, Carlton, fonrerly of 19. A.rgyle.-'plo.e, Ly.ou...

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CRANBOURNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

,CRAN3BOURNE ::-RACES.I .." SThe'annual ,meetin? of, the" ranhbou~'rne Racimg.Olui.. came off?with even more pro nounced success than has been the; accom paniment of the, former .racing festivalslon this course. Every succeeding Easter, MTon day's race meeting' ids hitlerto' drawn an increased number of visitors upor the qatten dance iniits preceding yhar; and on -Munilay last, this increase, despite the heavy state of the roads, was. more :decidedly; forced.'npon one's notice. "It wvas estiinated :that there' wire nearlyR1500 persons plieset 'during the day, and this concourse of people, witih their vniHios 'vehicles.· ld horses, invested the scrubby'andi'decidedly not picturesque locality with a very gay and anniniited',a·n pearance. We venture to assert that a view of the Cranbourne racecourse at an otller timehltlian/wlfen.ih iits holhdav, ntire ,wfi??t be most unlikelv)top;conyetv to p, stranger's mind the idea' that it was the resort of so mdany of the- inhdilitant ??f'ie im w...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

DROMANA.           Some time agu it was reported that a man named Joseph Plummer was missing from Rye, where he had been drinking heavily, and.that no trace of him had been found. Last week a workman named Marshall picked up an elastic sided boot containing, the bones of foot and leg completely nude of flesh. As the boot was found among the rocks on the back beach in the   direction to which the missing man was last observed to be travelling it is surmised that this is a portion of his remnins, particularly as the boot is comparatively new, and corres- ponds with those worn by Plummer. On Thursday lnst tlie, s.s. Victoria landed a nigmber of the:to"rpedo and signalcorps at Druma?in jetty. As soon as the tents and baggage were got ashore they proceeded td the Rosebud, about' two-nules and a half from Dromana, where, according oil repios" arrangement, they formed their camp. On the following day the Resolute...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21th, 1878. Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

Vfl DN I)AY, nirRr[. 2t,. 1878.+-',h, Aceording to the plan of redilistribution of the districts for County Court-.Tudges, landenoug .nd' Morniington ~oirt ar iiih' ~l.4 d?'ictitl ito which Judge Nolan hits" bcin'" appointed, besides During the week enditig 'pl'tl 13th there were r.gistcred in the metropolitan and suburban districts 152 birthstyl-lJI1 i oldOthle ;t ithorn th., were rgtre l5seed bihstus' k s~? i'tl ls usld 3 dt lthh, and in Richnmond,09 .birtlls and 15 deaths: SAorlin? tP pro iotý anrran pncntl tle Southern Troop of Prince of Wales Light Horse, which re IreselitS Bcriic' ki iDiuil'le, aIld aideniolig arriv?eidit Princiees'Brillg e Bairrcksl out Thursday eveiiidto-jijin the Metrojolitaifi Troo foiifo few days. 7iýii? anffi si]r of~smOnU idroday prg:efjd the eut~iiibicdrofie from carrynng out a or field exercise, but lthe'y stis jihttllroigth a variety of military movements, after which the M.1etropolitai were dismissed to their oif tcrterS, amd the South ern 1'ippp ta...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

ou hcr c not u na aep ar/ian taedru e,0nfJ, to he disrinclty understnod. otter, the r+ d sention eust addkea w ith tie ji 'ý<' : the name anm addres oeetie Writer,

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DROMANA POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. R. Anderson (chairman) J. Cain, and D. Mairs; J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

DROMAINA IPOLIGE COURT¶. eif. B3efire Me3ri's! R' TA ndeiscrutc(clhairmaidi), J. Cain, and D. MIlrs; J.P. Watkin v. Watson; .lathsij 3 ? s. ,-The. defendant gave eviience to the eifect he had neverh,bargained ~with the . plaintiff for .the laths;, nor,; received them-.from him.-Mr.: Wilson,'for'whofi the' defeiidant! was'rwork ing, being in Court, was called upon to give evidence, and swore that lie paid aperson named:Wiitlinn]for'th6j ath?? hs.--Th BJdnc considered that .thejwron gman was, sum moned, and 'disnnssseo the cas&e' witt6on't costs,!whichtwere not applied-for.: . :,.:. ,:t'Adams iv. Cripps ; mofiey:leknt;£12 1S. The' defendiant adin$itted.the" laniiha'slinitn fori time.-.The Cour t. consieredthat suff i cient time had i eegiven?giin'd inadean order accordingly for the amount, with 5s. costs. (I i a[)f)3. 1( I l5 J Yl Teasdale v. Irwin; the plaintiff sum moned the defendant for assault. IThe:only! witness for the complainant was a little quitions satisfoctoi-ly as...

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A SLANDER REFUTED. To the Editor of the S. B. and Mornington [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

A SLAND1lER REFUTED. To the ]i;ter of the SB.B. and fornflt 0 Smi,--A rile and untruthful slander hsi pretty generally circulated about me a Charman, of Yallock, an ungrateful and recipient of my' kindness and bounot, t respectfully to ask in behalf of truth and i favor for space in your journal to dila minds of that portion of the inhabitant, ,i hare accepted it as trauth. The report p l eulated is that I never paid him for e that he erected for ne in 1872, that I sa: a poor man, and that I hbare pe"en, jurih nu in every lstaibe teay Tile are these: In 1872 i contraced ith . e 211 chains of fence; during the cart.n "contract he met with a serious eacident which he lost hllis leg, and wouhl m t have lost his life, had it not been for tr kn lending my conveyMn ee to speedily noi rvey hilm to the hospital. At tistime lie about 90 chains of fence, and a balancet .due thereon, which his son in hisntr a t me to pay him (the son) ; I declined to do; was not a party to the contract, but I ...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, April 26th. Before Mr. R. Officer, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

BERWICK PoiLrfE;OOiURTot U Friday, April 26th. Before Mr. R. Officer, J.P. A}9cti '!PraiWFrittirfier v.'Janoeglarlkel was heard, by consent. The amount of,1~i 17s. was claimed for work an'd labour done, and a set-off wens entered against part of that, sum.--A'n order was made ifor .£7 4s: 6d. with °s.,' d. costs. .., ,C d, o, , . 'the Court djouirned..de .:'i note

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