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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

The expectations formed as to the disco very of payable gold in New Guinea have, says the'Age, at length'been reolised, consid erable qupntitics,having been obtainedin the vicinity of a riverwhichl empties, itself- into the ocean on 'the east coatr'of the island.'JA party of experienced diggers .left 'Borneo shortlybafter tli "diseovery 'df hold by "Mr. Goldie "as made, publici ;and, it Is, thelen Sterprisel of theseatwo pioneers !which??hos been rewarded with such signal:success. A .' eliegiriii'frm itouri corresporident 'tates that at Cooktown intelligence has bben received Sthati after six week's prospecting,?the party had :each" obtained £750 worth . of gold, F ;i'vin~j an aveage'of'£1i5 lier week:. .!, News of a satisfactory character continues to arrive fron tihe scene, of operations ati the ',wreck, of the .LochiArd?, ,::Tlere .is ,now every probability (says the Geelong Adver tiser) of'work being' undertaken fron: sea ward"'of"tlie ?wreck":by"boa'ts,i iad those engaged,,in s...

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VICTORIAN TURF CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

VICTORIAL TURF CLUB MEETING • -The meeting. on te Course at Caulfield! on Monday waslquitoe a succes.,; There; was. a large'attendance of,the ,public and also' ofEricihng,'pople.'. IHis Excellency the Go'veiiior Was also' present;', accmpanied byj Lady Bowen. ::,'- " ' . . ' '":' . Ford'tii Amateur Eurdle Race; the first on the programme, there were elevenen tries, but were all scratched but three, and?I at 'h finish stood thus ? -t. IDavies' Sefton ..+ -:... , .. : ...:t1u .., I1 .,. ,T J",B.Gill's'Rover, .'.. , u... 2 . ,ll",Hood's Barracouta: , . .. , , ... 3: For the Caulfield Handicap Flat-.Race 'wenty-three' hoises stated; and terminated in :r Pattersoiin's"G f'first"'with' Mr' E.J Henty's; , Warry' and A Davies' Speechless running a de. beat.;: :in :--, ": 'I The Victoria Gold Cup, a hurdle race of two miles and a-halft only briought, three horses to .th front:f" artii''s, Glhdiatir) Gordon'sZenoni, nifd. Henderson's, iVtcli works ; the,,latter, stopped at,,, the second fence...

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DANDENONG COUNCIL. Saturday, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

I,; .. .:...! I, Saturday June1 '. Present-The President(Mi- AW. Rodld) uonricillois tHutton;' '.i iKeys; Potter: and ''The' 'minu'tese' oftpreviois.meetings' were p o n d e n ce. " . . . . , Presidet rprted l.avin"' .attended a meetings.to.r:arrange-tlie settlement of,a ioinit 'raiseduiin aoletterfrom6 Mr. J.,W1. eilby, when it was decided to "terminate thei??i dt'eli't' each party pIayi their own '6W"in'U? ase'ivhi d hiid' been' brbuirht'r in eC.ounty 'Cout. ,The action taken ,was coufirmed.-Thie President: also "irepor ed having',waitedl upohn itheiCommissioner of Lands as to land for "recreative :purposesI " "leltt6ier'fronm Mr. H'-H!-'Budd "the Coutncil's solicitor, was'feiid 'and received. , Fr.om, Raway ,Department in reference to lamp at station. Reply to e forwarded! , ;!From .Shire,.of. Maffra,.in reference to 'closedroadsA-Received!,' i) -Ii: ;.,i . *' i i 'Froin:iRichnodid Council,'in reference" to Conferetice on questin of lins. Recive .Prrin Iands. Dapartment askin, if...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

.Our columns are epeo for the discussionof 0llqua~i5t hich are,,rwt of a sectarian charactetr. Wt Oti to,:e distinctly understood, howecer, that ee do r identify ourseteesr withthe opinions, eeprOuld our `turetndents. "lt co oooosnionrs for n" sertopol mutnal6 olbe~ adrese toth Editor, oct COlbk "the' rus atn ,d address of the eriter, c agean.'"r"1 srfaith i .i:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

JAUNDIcED Vr?HW.-The bilionii and dyspeptic subject takes jaundiced views," of everything, always looks at the worst side. He is despondent, gloomy, full of forebodings, in short'; a. most wretched individual., Let him take heart of grace. There is a certain remedy for his depirasion, for his gastric tortureb for all the ills that a disordered stomael arind liver ',inflict. UDOLe?o Woarn's SCIsIEDAM AUOMATIC ScanPpn, taken thrice aday, will make a different man of him in a mtnth. " Tna OAT PE.CTIOo. ADm' H.OAsENESS.-AU sauf fcring froeil irritation of the throat and hoarsoness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by tht uise of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." Thesu famous "lozonges" are now sold by most respectable chemists, in this country, at ls. lid. per box. People troubled withi a" hacking congh," ' "slight cold," or bronchial affections can 'not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to' progress, result in 'serious Pulmonary and Asth ne...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

DANDEN2ONG MARKET.I. eiea at the market yesterdiay; w; s s iotgr ek-riah, and the supply of lire stockrathc t A few cattle were yalded whielachbraght il aet arhs prices. The, ple that ewcrei penne ý,s lead sale at fiir prieds. Miscellaneo,, p ieras rlyreprserted.Mr Egan and, JI i(whois now at his business aa) finiscd tle shortly after three o'clock.

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Police Intelligence. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 29th. (Before Messrs. Looker and Irwin, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

tolicet cattiligncuct. SOAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Satiurday, June 29th. (Before M;essrs. Looker and Irwin, J.P) Joseph Ford v., Martin. Bird;, goods, 4 t Plaintiff did not appear and the casoe was sto?ucku Jose ph Ford v. Joseph King; oods, £49' 8"?t lThiea. was ls str ui k out' as plaintiff did 'ot api pedr. ? ·r? r . . , , ,, . ,. ' i;,r [ Elias Ellingson v. Wm. H. Williams ; goods, £3 4s: Id.d. Settled.--Samo ;. Cornelius Broeham gods, £1 16s. Order for amount and 2s 6d. costs: John., aul . Peter Miller; goods, f£21.6 d. Postponed for a month. Mary Glossop summoned William Glossop d o two charges-throwing stones and wilful damage to property; wlhich were both disinised.`t o'r.t ,1 j '°' rinstable~Falkifier v. Johni'Vance.' No coatibl Fincd 5s. "Site v. Fi'edk. Rain~;e db, fl cd'2e.'6d. -Sanme v. W . Hall, do.;fined 2s 6d!Ciaieseitiiost Jolillisty and Thomas Ryall`were'dimisnied.' : ! 'm JaiiieBrown' vElizab~th'Moore saiudt'~ l Fisied 10o. and sa. icosts:?,..I 'Isam 'Moorb .;'iissajh...

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DE MURSKA'S MENAGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

S i E'iDE' 1URSK'A ?S MENAGERIE. ;: WVhen. Mrs. ill visited Virginia City. in the Stato of Nevada, she. as of course intervieed by the reporters of the local papers one of whom-he of, the,3eNeva Chronicle-writeas.. follows con cerningzher travelling companions- r A nloticeable.peculianrityof theatrical people!is;a 'pasion for pets. ',Ilmade Mursha is no exceptioai to:the rule., 'Int eveniing, a Chronicle reporter called upon her at the International Hotel, wishing to explore the story of the singing mouse..': v': .The rep ier explained his 'bsiness imnmediately S adame' have you a singingmg ousein possesion " ' " '' SThe lady at ,once went to'the window and pro dnced a lewire cage, in which the vocalizing 'aodent nestled in a bed of cotton batting. , ' .a ".rvoes the sitag.' wil i ' .e The nantarica tip?,ed up and dawor nthe sealm a ufewhtimes., This caused the mouse to e ri gle his tall glihftly and scratch his hind legs spasmadcally, -.but hlie id not. epcore. ':Thle perversee' an...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

mELBOUIkREfiMARKETS. i5s TIcrroIA MARKET,. Saturday 29th Jun1 -Te abls: Basil, -s. to.. s. Gd. per dozed ?.ts; bans kidney,, Id. to 2d. per lb. S6d to 10d. per doien ; bbo iets, 4s. t lAprdo; cabbages, 9d. to 2s. do. .caý ieum tprlh; carrots, Gd. to 8d. per dozen binches ch.Q .to3s do.; artichokes, 2s to 5s do. Sater, Gd. do.; cauliflowers, 2s. to 4s. 6d pd?n; garli,3d. per lb.; lettuces, Gd. to . dren ; marjoram, Gd. per doz. bunches d itod do.; onions, lls to 16; per cwt.; dol S6d to Gd. per doz. bunches ; parsley, 6d do. Fp, 10L to ls. 6d do.; peas, 2d to 3d per lb. i i?'G, 3. to 4-. Gd. per. dwt ; radishes Sper dozen buncrhes; rhubarb, 9d. to is 6t S, 6d to8ddo.; shallots, 2dper lb. ;spinachl tytrdobuinches; thyme, Gd dob turnips, 4d id; tomatoes, Is to Is. 6d. per cae "? !ruitt irs desert, 10s. to 12.s., per.-"ýse do. anti Ot. i do. abmonds; 3&.W4lerlb lb. i uI,.d toIA 2Ap~A dozi2 meionsrno1 4s tot(3 c s; d o ater, 3s . to 4s. do.; do, '1d t'Bleo t; ranges, 6s to 7s per...

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THE VOTE FOR ROAD WORKS AT GEMBROOK. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

THE VOTE' FR? ROIAD WORKS AT GEMIBROOK ? Ti t'hEd lkf'r' of Sooth Bo ijand .torninSton kiJ Srn,.-'s"tv lIa~ing nii in this distric r regards the £500 voted:for Gembroo rmd, "ithki purpose of having it expended on thle reed hteovto ehangedwithln . ].louroke, oft Pnakenharl ol? irge on nay brothtlar scledorlI t lie epid d icEi anod try all legal menais:to prevent such a pg itij-jd? : (Ilt is the old thing-tetryicg to,nble' traffic into the llaleimnbo tonship without cban what injittnriothedr'partt of the ditrict is V SU~lr Frusting, Mr. Editor, you will Lassit u?? oth:' able pen in obtaning our ig-hts.-I a,, "., .Gebro?k,it ? r no :J. JO18 Ocmbrook,. Juno25th,. 1878. ;i_

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THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY CONFERENCE. .A meeting of delegates from the various Shire and .Borough Couhcils iutercsted in tiid direct line of the ,Gippslaud 1tailyrady from. Oakloighy to '.Melbourne, and tle' railay leaguesthat liave for a' long'time beep agitating in the-ma'ttri, was called by circular froimi tli' P rahan' Town' Couficiliand lield yesterday lit el?iB o'Uclo4k, in the now andi splendidplpiblic 'libriiry'ijst"'bpnld,- of' the Prliraan-lTownm Hall. T'ihe 'thering was extremiely larg;, every- Gippsland aitntiet: bing" ' repredented by one or moreof. tlieii 'lihii'councillors, over fifty of the coiuntry notabilities havinig responded to the 'cll,and, from thdreport of thieiubs?eqient procbedings,; it will be seentlitat all the reiolutiois'subinitted wer carried.unaniimousl, 'iid the mostenthusiastic'approvl was plainly shown of thie iooted purchase of tho Hobson'sý;Bayilines by the preseit Government.; Among thi6se present 'erd ?e'ssrs"'J. BosistoilG.' D.'Carter and, E. J. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

..iVALVAi'E DISCOVEB? IOBTURBHAXI:-If your hiair iatAiriing grey, or 'white, or falling off, use "TheMexicann HirBdnewer,"? for it.o ill piutivery rts inreia: eiery case grcy or white hair to its original colour' without: leaving the ;disgreedble smell ;of most restorers." It makes' thel hair charmingly beautiful, as well aa promoting the growth of the hair on bald sapots, where the glands are. not 'd ded'. ''A o your Chemist for "'The !Mexican .'air erieweri," prrined by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oifo 'btr~et, London, and sold by;Ohemisteand Perfumers everywhere, at 3s. 6d. per bottle.. SAVICE TO MOTHERn!-Are you broken in your rest by'a iick child suffering with the pain of cut ting teethP -Gol at' once to a chemist, and:.get a bottle of Mrs. Winlow's Soothing Syrup. It will reliev the poor sufferer immediat. It is perfectly hairleos and pleasant to taste, it produces natural qet sleep, by relievifig the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright as a button." It soothes ...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

Sut,-I uzuiiij?i tb3N-bl?-oJi, btiit;the rep?'i1t the 19th inst. from? a"? )ro nsa Correspondent" necessitnted my doing so. tThe rleprt, ft`e IIowurth, the hcd teacher, ldesired to be relierta thi sole orsponsibiiity, eopeulyas great tion,hed beuen evinced .(me;mnatters rigt owa o appears so by thi,sontence?) by the public fee ally at thp course ndoptql ;by his porleces-re had on a previous occasion, and under a~'w and causes much comment by n hasebarsu district without mabkinglgLuecsalypubli1A:e2 c the prdeedd, orf hndinn bar the is ancet5 ow k betina Laud.; Vith your. permission', 1r. id rill- infornnthosoe oft your'.cders!h'ow" the 1a mtlld conucrt were carried on whilst I " s schliolpicnie was held annuallj, Te ~ iLvC' for it the ladies attended a i r .ft e of decidnig wheni wroidb S 'timerO for the inhabitants gener l tree o rovi ioni s were to be obtained. g'h tole for the picnictlhe resolution', .Te d pthe icnic ,.should be held, - , t andotlier neceairy, s rrmngqment nt St l...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 29th. (Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, Bellin, and W. C. Watts.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

1 r M:Al VERN1PO;; LICE1' COURTl; , . -l., . *efiSaturday, June;29th.ii ,,' 'i (Before Messrs. R. . Lewis,r Bellin, and .WOC. .Di ,,, .cr . -,o Watts.) . , . asault. : It 'appeared in; evidence that plaiiffi during a storm took shelter in tihe'Gaiainrc Hotel, aid, hiaving had sois alo, had' rcquet dedfendaiit to fill him a bottlo whiich'he intended to takoleoie with uim. ,,heio bottle .a, fBilled, a 'a;d epeice demanded ';,but'plaintiff ldemurred, to' the p -rc andb wuld not t.e, the bodtil.' H'o left, andiwa followed by defen?dant, who flew t liii,. aid obh tained possession of his hat, which she' aid"slio would kiep'hs securit: for.the bottle of becr. :'1r T. Miller appeared'for plaintiff, aid defendiat'was fied '20i? and 21s. costs.--The sanieplaintiff stupi moned'Wnm. DillUn'for the vialud'of his, hht,12s. for .which :a'tverdict was'given 'withi 21s. costs. 'DBIiy Dillon;' dcfciddhr.t in "a jpreviouii' di%-iij'I peared is plaintiff,' aid chariged ' MLeod ) with u'siing',idecent ...

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THE TWO STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

: - THEiTWO ::STUDENT&S::: -',?i i, In one of our large siluburban towns ived am ar named John Atkins .He was oine f tliise mlin whoblad made their wayto wealthi, nifdieae,;a'iirid .honor, by strict interity and httentcon to buosiness Every penny oofhss great wealth hid beeLn,hoibnstly earned, and, herchly: nierited all the love"??d respect that w\erebeitowed' upon hhim. ;r: Atltin? l wasnow aii widower, and hihoiusehold ahs mnh'ed' by bin daughter, a fair, blooming girl of 'igiteen summers, Her namei ns dia undherbliebauty aid weialth m?hiud fher :tie objeLt; of a i sto nr bf admirere` f h .. o ;ris r young mane noeme ad ord alker. Henwas o[ahý?t , eighteeonyeaso of eag eand iw o rathe tison ta ean ,who oad once been en the wmere a lsnt emoya When ? l? father died e ;was' left poor aind frind leon and Mr. Atkins hiredhii to tatae iharg of the giden, and t?hblee. e had noir been with, his present ptron a dlittle more than twoyearsorand durog that ,time had proved himself not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

SBaks, &o. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA [LIMfITD.] . CAPITAL - - £1,000,000. Dandeaog Branch. With Agencies at Berwick & Cranbourne In.erests allowed on Fixed Deposits. Drafts' issued on' Great -Britain,, andpthe Bank's S'BiBiches and'Agencies thro?`?:ioritthe'Coloie's. Beriwick Agency opea Daily.a'" *V Cranbourno Agency open every Saturday. I. 31. SUTHERLAND, Mnnnger. MELBOURNE SAVINGSr.BANK.' ESTABLISHED 1841. Offices: Corner of 3Marketictsel and Flinders lane West. . Open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock; Saturday, from 10 till 12 ali; ,Satinuray Eveiingsfrom'6 till 8, for receiving Deposits only. .. S Sums received of ONE SHILLING'and upwards, and Interest allowed at the rate of Four per cent.! . Persons residing in the Suburbs or Country can deposit by letter. i ... umber"of Accounts open at let July, 1877, 12,478,. .iii" i-; '*: ', >i'.,j .'-ilniJ :' Antunt at Cit rofDepsittors attlai July, 1877 £501,922 12s. 6d. I.-.'i ;;?,!Io: teo78 . JOHN ALSOP, Actuary. STHE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

OF CDR TFOFOR ADVERTISING . for One Insertion ... s. 1o. thir FWords, do.. or0,mWords, t the rate of 3s per inc SOe Insertion only. ert np -? for Three Months. ve??imnta are insertoed a C iersbly reduced.rotes. ; ,.;a yRments most opecify on thc.face.of them anumber of insertions, or they will be eon ?dneand charged fortill countermanded; All for ithdrawal or alteration to be sent i the da prnor to publiaention.'""'' '":""! ten ts ca n only be discontinued DIZECTO rPIT. it SIlSE Plumber and Gasfitter, 134.Lennoi near the London Tavern Hotel.- 1;Opa. ' ilLLT THOMAS, 64 LittleCollins. street e,'t, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Eilda. , ?1-GEl, JOHN, General Family Butcher, Rowena Parade, Richmond., : ., .oLT, Waer Filter Manufacturer, u117 Calic?n street, opposite- Argyle square, Cnrlton, formerly -of 19 Argyle place, yI0on Street.. - ; . 0 o sr e LO X T O N , 'Ah tliorie d - S ui eyor ender Transfer of Land Statute, Pakington street, Kew.t . say view Cottge;, P...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

On Wednesday, July.10th, a meeting will take ,place' in; Lyons'Railn f!.ilodtel;l D uroin JdifctionI fbr the pirpot'se of'fdornig a Brinch of the Man .cliestest Unity 'Indep"n'dentý: Order of'Oidfeellos in tlfat??l?c: t"' U .....,U" + ? : .' 1v ýIt, r J Lo"AL 'LwoI' Trr. . hi' Conral -tieger Mul. g`are,' laborer "Causes of insolticnc : Sickness of self and fmily, adverse verdict;is: ,the County Court nt1sDandenon, and. lwa}nt of ?l?ploymentf. •Lijbiltics '£74, 129. ojd: asse, £2 'deficiency, £7:123. O ld. Mr. Jacornb, assignee T:.'here was no business to transict be the J P.'s at Dandenong Police Court,on Saturday last.. This is rather a novelty at'this Court, but we car only take it as a sign of improvaiii?it-tn intimation of " thB good?time coming. " . •' . :A! sale of Crownvlands was held, on Tuesday, 'at the rooms ?f Mr. Williaam Taylor, 81 Collins-street. The catalogu comprizgdttOwn lots at Drouin, county of Bln Bul. Thirty-six lots were put up. Eighteen lot tCetChtld greay abo...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

I. % WEDNEiiA:f , UiLY 3rd, 18781 i 1 IT will be found rather a difficult matter to settle the boundaries ofithe popiiseild `'e Shire districts in South Gippsland. It is a greatsirespoisibil?fy'Idr.ediherelsidents oft% sparsely populated country to. undertake self.Rovernmant with not a road made. on whicd to, atvli a adl-scarcely one.'ven cleared oftiitiber ad scrub. The Gii?ettinfi. of the Buln iuln Shire was the subject of a lengtcy I ~onersation at ýrabdudrnde last week, when the usual meeting of ,the Coun cil should have taken place; and had there, been a quorum and. -? ikeiis' : lield tif' doubt the members would have taken'actiof and weopresume'thi rtsulf ofhanlin~oeview with. the head of the Land's Department, which was then agreed upon, will be stated at next meeting, and action takenacdcordingl,.i Cranbourne Council object to the new Shire: being extended, as stated in our last issue, so. as to include the properties, of several of the oldest residents in that district, ih'...

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DEOMANA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, June 29. Before Messrs Robt, Anderson, (Chairman) Jno. Barker, junr, David Mairs, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

DEOMANA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. S Saturday une 29. BIfor essr !b: Anderson (Cha irman) J Bar'er, i]unr., David a Pirs, J P. P. Vansuylen v. James White ; goods sold, £3 '4s.: 8d' Amount witih 2a.6d costs paid into Court and accepted"', H. W. Wilson ,v. O.Wilmott; money lent;15s. Order for amount, and 2s.,d. costs., ::I G. B. Wilson v. Journeaour goods sold, ,£2 is. 2d. Amount paid to plaintiffwith 9s costs.' `''Wm.: Sneatli': 'M!' eConnell, work and labor. Order for amount and 5s. costs. I:; Sherwood :v.Aiisbrosa; !"iork nand labor., Ainountt'i?itli'2si. 6c1d.s ets, paid'ontof Court. ~',! - n? Segcaviv'CJ .'L..!Motiey ; assault, didamages claimed £5: 'The?dispdte whichIu'resulted':inh the assault arose, through-a'dig of thed plaintiff's ettingi loose and committing sonie:dbpredatioris .' Thel Bereli considered the assault proved and:fined the' defen= dant£3 3s: and14s:'costs. I .I . .... ' 1? t : An tapplieatioii was.made' for a trnfer of a pub lican's license from James Bullochiof...

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