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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

OAKLEIGH::.POLICE , COURT. r[, ;'lSatu; 4av, jJoe ,l5th.r,:;, ýJseh,'Lrc!IMati~Bnggod,. OsBd ostped,u for fourteen ' days .. "!,I ,Saa-e1g.ýJosj Ring,;,goo;ds,. -Os. 8d Potpoogd for fpurteenduys..j , j C:, llngton;ý.W.Willms,; goopds ,;£, 4s. 9d.-Postponed for fourteen day Some v. Cornelius. Brosham; goods, £1 1Gs, Potpne f or fonrteeO,d ays.2

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, June 14th. (Before Messrs J. Harston and J. Jamieson J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

,CHl'ELTEHAM2|POLICEU CUnRT. i Si od,1 fi! .'Friday;,June.!:14th. ; ; (Before MessrsiJ. Harston ahd J. Jamieson' Sv'John Gi Cmpbell, Stewart;:a."free:iselector ihailin Ifromr FernirtTree'; Gully;,: summoned one'Jas.-Ellisi'ia dairymnan:living in South Yarra, for illegally impounding two head of cattle.:t It appeared thlatiStewart lost from lis, selectin,,some nine months ;ago eight! head, oficatt.l ,.andIhad narrowly ;watched the Gazette for thegjpurpose of, discovering? S -,hetherr.1they , were impounded, )but. failed Stofindan 'ntice ,, about them, Afriend however, told laim ,that- two. of is heifers were grazing on isarm at Bri onso he visited the localityv and. claimed them. Ellis iwanted" 2'or aiizini,' " ut Stewart re to iii to y' aytl , , ait was Ellis dity, havestth cattle to the pound. TW'? aiftifiterwards. Elslif~impoundehd the attle, but he shoiidM tiiaveidoii6'o within thre~i' day! aftier l posssdsibn.i' Th'e Bendch ;de~ Ireitstitinof flte' cil ittl i £:3 2s.; .s i ........

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

Z DROMANA. O,,.n .the llth instant, a meeting was held in thbeDromana Statn School. in connectidn with the ptrojected concert iiiaild of the fuiid fo?r ?tiif Yishlo, a ` School Librai, lMr, .Huowiarth,; tig;'headf t`& , wii'es ed, n,,ditiittniateqd ti e tslheme,t desired to ibe relieved f. the sole resn;onsib'ility, especially .as.great dissatisfaction had been evinced by the ;public generally;, at, the ,course adopted' iby hisipr.edecessor,,.who ,had, on a previous occasion,! and under,. somewhat ,similar cir cumstancesh.ssumedi the? ahole, control;,and bhused'iruaht ' u commnen??t',b his haviin. left SistritT tht i'ikin ginetrally pub a, statment of the proceedsor handin over they balance known ,.to .be in halnd: lie meetinf highlyapproved, of' Mr:EHowarth's 'e6fiie"df actibrti andi a nii?ber of entilemen "?-er 'e? a cotei?mr; omitteef'f, M'rN ' Cairns {was appuimted treasurer, and Mr I..HowaurthI ,wasirequested to fact ,'s secretary.'? Tihe! Screttiry: waid instructed by ...

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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 15th. Before Messrs S. West, A. Stewart, D. Reid, Mark Turnbull, W. Harbison and Hugh Anderson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

GRIFFITHS'. PI rPO I6'E COURT. / ,4 W.iSaturday, Jine 1tth.-; : - r Before'' Messrs'. ?S. West,'" A. ' Stewart, '"D;: Rdid, 'Miiark Tuunbll'" W:. Harbisbn, .,and Hulh "Andeison, Esq., J . ,,J...:Deacon (constable),. v.,D.: Burton breachof the' peace. M-.r.,'J. Edwards juin. for defendilant 'bjected 't6 the' sumnions as it wasta; 'iie . ndlhd' a ,:roni .section. Objectioniuphield, and.case struck oiht., i J..!Deacon .(constable) v. W.' Riciardson; breachli of the pearie. 'Same' obectioin, and caseii' strick o ut. S'."De-iacon" v'. Henry, oo'F: 'N idn; threat ening, language., TMr. Edwards for de fendat, ag'ain objected to, the summions on a tecinical point,: and the case was struck out. ' . S'J: Whitfleld' v. Gilele" Faraifm anid Co' debt. ,.rder, fr fo M4s-gd. and 1 O costs. .,James aWilliansyV:i Same;' £13. .Case dismissed, as service of summons 'was' in formal., , . ,. . -.iEmanuel Jones. v; .Same; debti 19 10s. 4d1:i Case:disiiissed; -iinformal service.' I"Berginm an'd Co.j V.il ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

,: .r IDmUANDENONGri MARKET: "+:f .Thicre iwas not a .largeatteridance at this market yesterdayi and,, despite ,thel exertions- of. thei auc tioneers, produce did not arrive until after the hour 'of'ealc flxedd, 'iizt; eld?ic'o'cl?c,, b'tii a''sgldst im prorement. was; howeverinuioticable?r I The supplv of pigs was, shprt,, only,, about,, sixty- being penned, which did not rellis very good prices. Tho calf pens did not contain mlore than thirty animals, and cattle cre irepreseiited by labout niet hiid, 'hich iiicluded tentyhad of stoire" cattle. There was a fair amaurit of :produceforiward, ' icluding' a lot of potatocs, fa r which 'fs. }er cirt. wai??le demanded.

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REPORT OF CLERK OF WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

ReI ? T OR CLERK Or WORKS. This. report'' ,v on account of...works done in'Higlr street, the Reserve road,- and on the Blirke ro;id brill. Achlenfid i'tl e :1ssde. oid the Codn.cil then edjournods `'.1

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THE WONDERS OF THE UNIVERSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

rTEE '.WOYDERS:OF T N"U?IVERS • ." . rq ,{ yen? n .. ... .: .' 'What assertion .will mnke, one believe that in 'one second 'of, time; one beat of 'tho' pendllum of' a clock;, a " ray of light "travels over.; 150,000 milks: and. would,- therefore,- performi: the tour of I the world, in about" the tno tinie it'requires to isins i?ith P your, byelids, and in much'less than a: nwift runner i occnpic i in takingi a'lsingle': stride ? What mortal can .be-imades to :believe,.withoiut demonstration, that the sun is above 'aomillion times larger. thai'thecarth ?-?ind::tliati althoughl so remote from usna' cannon ball'shot'towards' it and miaintaining: its'full'speed;,'would'ibe "tweisty years in' reaching it 'yet it affeets the earth i by' its attra.tion`,in an nlpreciablo instant'of time:. 'iWho would riot ask 'for' demonstratidoni when told that a g?nts wing,' in its ordiniery.flight beats many hun dred times in ii second? -lor that there exist animated and regularly organized beings many ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

stali dnelligcurc. a-_ Satupropoal mader. R. to thereeicd a ery Concilon Saturday, by Mr. R. Bain,' received a very queen tionable reception.: ' Thd proposal of the letter was suggesting to the Council to erect twpo l sn othe - 6ii irn'g -the Rate lway station, anTalt't"*t .Council, should request the Government to erect one :liim at thd Station. The applicati6n' wid re. ceceived as if it was a personal one, instead of one in which the public generally were interested. SEither the 'mri bers;did nt form a proper con op tion of the object in view, or. they must have but little interest in the welfare of people who travel on the line'to Berwick. Several accidents bhave already taken place to people travelling up and down the road to the station, but, perha?s, when some Coun cillor has an accident We 'shall'hear 'of the lI ps '.equired being provided. '! . ;~ ,The pollin for a member for South OGippsland, to 'unceed Dr. Macartney, deceasld, ill be held to day. It is understoo that the G...

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THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

THE UNEMPLOYED. Ricinhmond like other places has had its 'ind wive -ire of opinion that it consistedl of ?;bola fdc working ,en, who haid conie 'to :getller spontaneously to make public the grievance under wl;ich they labour. The listory, of this agitation is well known; two meni called at the Argus 'office, and :stated that there. was a great 'deartli of employnment ?it the present time, and next day withouit ny prLi-rranged'l effort lhnirge Smeeting of unemployed perspons assembled in, Collins street. In all communities there 'are 'i:lways a certaihn number of persons out of employment, buLt' when thley collect together in cro'wds, and iiake complaints of the scarcity :of work it it ' evident that this numimler has assumed abnormal proportions. ;The Government have admitted this them -'selves for they at once set to work to i roideemployment for them, which, if not rn the nature'of relief works, were intended it aill events to mitigate the existiig dlistress. They coduld not, ; ho...

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BERWICK STATE SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

BERWICK, ?¶I ATE SCHOOLS. :rThe annual, competitive examination of thil?.ierwick State Schools having recently takenh pil it w'its arranged that the prizes should be ,presented totlhe sclholars of each .school at entertainm'ents to be given: : The sclholars were examined by the four teachers of thei schioolse wlho, 't are happy to say, act tog ther very harmomiously, and no .diflicul tty' arose to p?revent' teir 'decisions being al most unanimous. he Board of Advice and the teachers thlouhlit it advisable to give 'these entertainb ments in th: several schools, tile businessin colnnection therewith lias been hlv"ii:':e o rd' o fd""o'f Advicetd 't? teachers and 'he first of the serie ass arranged was to have taken place on Wednesday evening at Harktaway scholl liut owing to the' unset dtd staite of tlihe weather, it wiis founiid neces sary to adjourn:it.,f to' Monday last.' ' The second was to be held 'on Thursday at INarree Warren, but, owing to the same ob jection iail tb be'dostpon...

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MORNINGTON COUNTY COURT. Friday, June 14th. Before His Honor, Judge Nolson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

A, MO ,N1TorcoulY S if rY lItr s ayi s, n t ' ". , gt i' o l a. Norivipennnteiez abl- goo.... sold t .? S e a to ip Is; goods sold ad Barrett v. lU rras s. ; w,,o th aIe ws next sittingc.-The ur so Iwa snoune - 0 "t. Grover T. B]yrne t goods and1 i . Stinner appered fort dirfne ilt?0, .pirve, not beig I be toa 'ftidt1t.tt .«to~n Ifchs~adQ tre.knowl the dote c next .sitting .-The j' r i- ' t oBe 1 were then disellrgeL. 3r5"sonod tt 11Aidiigiii-r. Caiei-n.for,'ork and d. Skinner appenred for tile plft , on Stephen for the defendant. ' aot amined by Mr. Skinner, deposed Iaes ti dant. In consce oftl tions of defendantr that I co"ld o t fA 7s. per day wsges her*, I lft ""k .arrivedjeyvictori*.on 01st S-ptembe 157 the, defenda nt at ve. er . I * t atT isin a stotrr Be 11?id tb,'tI'6ie n.g n? rehition 'ohld "'" -:Z it cost price. I asked him to Pir e ''" of my . family. le paitd e o thbet' 4'.. .I comenced to work forl hi ' September, 1876, a?a liboror. I dil'" ?n whif'wages h1 would gine....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

0 CIIAJGES FOR, YV W' ý Wmdas, for One Insertion" . ... ; Is. hiTr?Words do . . . 2s. . "tdfor , Words, do ... .ort ?Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch;,. DifOec Insertion only . .. D tmo 0rN Upon oil advertisementsoappear lejor lh ee Months. i dvertisements are insertedI at onsideab redced rates : mentse t erpcn?i"on the fore of to: shem t5enunber of inscrtions; or they willibe con S rnda charged for till 'countermanded.?-All ,nr or withdrawal or alterntioi to be seaitin the dvprior to publiention:.' - : .': ?"·" tcan onlybe discontinued I rtr,,Plumbero d. Gosfiltter, 134 Lenoo tsear the London Tovern Hotel. iopa cLLE, THOMrlS, 64 ittile Collins street ea?t, Melbourne; and Sunnyyeide Cottage, Chapel street, St. i?lda. pTMGERt, JOHN, Gcnerl Family Butcher, Rowena Parade, Riolimond., , 1.HOLT, Wnter Filier Minoufoatirer, ,17a Cardigai. street, opposite Argyle square, Cbrlton,. formerly :of: 19, Argyle ple, L pow street -i1Ji :' a LOXO , Authgrieed .Surveyor rnder Transfer of Lund Sta...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

a~xliýýýýY ý-_ 'U i ii t C. ! W,,:IWEDNESDAY; JUNE t'19th') la78.li '.I l.res electors:of.Southr Gippsland are to-dily once more calledon,,to elect for themselves a representative in Parliament, and we need, scarcely tHq statmwqe eagestly rteist that they wtil ?T?hod6e one' whb will' hedefit nut only theml;butthe countryat large. Should theydesire toperpetuate; existin evils they wial Note for the pdpp~et which the' Gobvern-1 ment has provid': for' the pihrose,mit pire ference to the:other'gentleei n who have. come forward in the " liberal-"-cuse,- (so' called)) but.?tm thepther hand"iftheyJhave' the {rie prosperity of the country at heart they will fixithieir ichi on some one who' at any rate will beha7e himself with decency. Qf..the canndates. whohaye[cofn?e a firward: ilr. 'MLelhn is' the 'best. We may not altoggtherr apprpovg 'Jf- his views,, but at' any rate he,s opposed t to hie infamous ras cality thie gross tyranny, and the galling oppression *of 'the present Government, ihi...

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BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

'td' . -'n.? ',3ULI¶ 'BLN :m'i ':''i '!! 'curiousinithis'place'just'now:','Out of 'the largre number af candidates commig,,forward?, men of both lpartiesifind iit dif>icult toitelect whom-to- vote for.-?- McIellan's -chance is'-is good any_ rg7,ihasjCp o tmen.edw Rt'igor ous personal coanvas of the distric, and, per son'ally atI leasrt'no fault 'tsyet found ith him. Of course:'Mason has'still a compact body,:of, followers; :but dit is'questionablel whetherhe hha gainedahny;<-roind sinhcehil, recent reverses. '"Keetinffis ave been many` andfrejuedt"everywhre and of ' courise as a--.ule-the-member-speakings'obtaitinth'eC majority. This, however, is no test, and the ballot box will-tell wioi'ithe favorite. On Friday evening,, June 14th, Mr. Crossley ,heldi.a :meeting at the.. Railway Hotel, Drouin Junction, about forty persons being present.; }.Mr. Fisher was voted to:the chair, on the motion 'of"Mr.' 'WMalone. Mn: Crossle 'thei' addriesed the'ieeting, and'stoted that he ...

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Meetings of Local Lodies. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, June 13th. Ordinary meeting—Present: The President (Councillor Lewis), and Councillors Benson, Edsall, Woodmason, and Bellin. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

lALTERN SHIIIRE COUNCIL: leonday, Ju"'.i 13tht :?y,` , ýo Oria eitin-Preient:ilhe President Or?c rillot Lewis)iand' :Couricilloir Bent ? i dsall, mbdi;nson, and Bellin.. 'the minutes .qf.,.the ,previouismctin.t Srre a land confirmedpand'outward csr, andence approved. . , coRRESPONDENCE .t' 0 .I " d t that the ar..ere. "ld t't ha in datu db oi I l n h . .d , t . ,,a d is o u r t eo u s :!e t t'ier n t t lini . not atlthorised y .the' il :I eI"nsaliard could not agree? v itl t he nin0a that certain' ,nestit6.shmentioned n ie icnpll to' Shires: -Referred' 'to .e pr Psid e t , S , •. ... . . . , a,,+ ,, Fohm the Taflra Shire; Council, lau refer-r to closed' roads,' stating'that' the` oisner of. Puhli +Works hiad said inr:reply toadeipataion that ihe, could .inot.sai'ction. da ,ing of any roads 'until!'the"flBord: d seht in a report, and:asking:ior, the eeration of tr Counil in',prey' i tig '.6dopii:n of such a'sweeping proposaI'-. The etr e .was 'in;tracted' to relll that the Council sm...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 15th June. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

---BERWICGK-SHIRE =OUNOI-L .-'... Saturdayr 15thli'Jiine"'- 3 Present The P.reiesdent' (Mfr.T.rBl'ourke); t Councillors Connor, -Gibb, Diore, Hanley, t Buchanan.Barryiand :Nixon: -. a :l x ,,i:The;;miniutes of previous nmeeting were I read dnllconfirmed '"i Afterithe readein, of the7 'outwa'rd ,"correspondencecoosiderable discussion to ok ?iace in, reference to one ,iof the ;railway gates at Pakenham being) kept locked: 'Eventually it wasa'decided'ihat'the Setet?iy:. write to" the "Government'i En gineer requesting that tlhe gate in jluestion should be lefti.unlocked. - ?fA--'i. :M] A ID . CORIRESPONDwiEN?E. :d[tlO ,,,From&Win. Frizer,'askiing prmission "ti make a tramway from his, premises to the railway station., t Itwasunderstood that the Council--would-not object-to- such-tramway being made. From the Surveyor-General,,in reply, stat ing that, the ahippliction of, tI-e Council for the reservation of -i?ater reserve had heen complied with.' ' From the Prahran Council,:poin...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday June 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

':MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL: i .rlt? [, "S t t' .i-d ay J u no l u h . . 'T`h ' .tq ,:dPrsesn't:.the President.(CGouncillor,Bax te:rjun'r:); nd Cniiitcillors :Bakter,? Ydunk Lsn'iicsliisr Dounn .ii 'd?'' iGrdo'ii','n Jones, ,urnir an?" Peddle , 4. . .. The mihinutes':of -previonslnmeetiinl ,were read' and confirmed:". Copies of"letters sent by authoritywere read. 1)" . ,,r i. ,++? :, ,t7 CORRESPONDENCE:;.,-· 'w : j ii thera hod broken out n Timothy Qinnf funilysnid tiht hiehad reel vel d a lett r fromn Quinrn to the eff'ct ithat heiwas unable torpay.'the 'doctor,r and thatin-:consequene I lie"has'in'ctructdJ t?e'dbctort6 visit thlie'l case, and take steps to suppress contanrio ltceived on motion of Cociiich sr L3an tslr0 anil! Joiids,tltheSereitary!'s 6606 was approvd-: -t;twas inoved1-hy Counciillr Youn secdnellyl b Coundicillor Peddle, ani resolved , that;iln, any case o t ris natur owherdethere is time, that ithe President b From ?nn A licksSkinn for assistance. Received, ?nl?, gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

lasks, & o. CO31MERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALTA f'. [7ThUTEDr'.- I. Dandenong Branch. With Agencies at Berwick & Cranbourne Indereslt allowed on Fired Deposits. Drafts issued on Great Britain, and the Bank's Berwrik Agency open Daily. - Cranbourno Agency open every Satuday. H. 3. SUTHERLAND, Manager. "'tME L+OURNE SAVINGS BANK. Offices.':Corner of fuirklets;tretaid dý'iiilcrs lina? Open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock; Saturday, from 1( till 12; also, Saturday Evenings from 6 till 8, for ' eceiiiig pepgsits only a Sums rece'ed 'f ONE SIIILLI G and upwards, and Interie ialloed'it the inate of -Forder 'ceint: Persons residing inithe Suburbs:or Country can denosit by letter. , f'!. i , u 18 Simber of Accounts openat 1st July,. 187, -12,4787- .. 'Amonot aititcci ofr posial litJ 7 £501,922` 12.: ' .. tco78 ,.'A ,JOHNIALSOP, Actuary. THE "'PR0 VIitIIAL 2S lSlUBURBA&N ,.: F 1 BANK (Limited):, : "--Li D"RANCIES of this Bank are NOW O.EN at s .DADENONG and) CORANOURtE for, the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 19 June 1878

BIRTH. On the 3rd inst., at Dromana Hotel, Dromana, the wife of HENRY WATKIN of a daughter.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

It seenis that " the power's'that be" lihave decided'tomake da line ofrailway from Gee long='to` Qiieenscliff' byv"day'ibor.?'-It is evident th-at they are 'notsp.endin their owns money iind~ itisequally, evident, that this is, o!lsop '-., for, the (Geelongese??. ,ction taken against Dr. Beaneyby Mrs Jain sten. iThe doctor paid the amount before lie left in the Sinm, butithe money is held until thei legal priceedinigsterminate:' , "!i We . ndlerstand (says the Age) that! ,on the re-assembling ofPParliament the addliess; in reply? to thel Governor's' speech wills be movi;ed by Pidfeosor'Parson'and seconded by Mr; Mason f r r " -By, recent news:,,from, England it is re ported that Mr Charles'; Matthews, the •renosined comedian,;is, seriously ill,,his life being:despaired of. : ?r: -, " "'A sailor:named Gerksoliwas drowned, at, Sandridge durin'tlhe fog' on Fridtay night. *'A votary," of Bacchlius 'rejoicing in the iname of Ardhibald 'M'Neillage, 'took forcible toe ssisn of' anoi he" ' ...

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