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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

, The'"editor of the Sydne Toeemnq l'eios says t'int "Sir' A?Ltliidr':Grdhis' friii? is'tibaitthatii frei Matiuritins to Feijirwas. pr6motioi?:' :If. then,' the removnl of Sir, Georgo Bowen from.Victoria to Mau ritius is also promotion, it follows,that'this colony is two grades below Fiji on the list of colonialGoyer norahips. Isthat eo?. " , ,, , Some wretched creaturo: who uisunorthy ofthe name ofa man, and; who ought to be. denied Chris, tianm burial when he,dies, adllsth election,?of the new member for the Central Plrovincoa ,"ill hearned compliment:;; and-wants to know wheth?r his immense mnajorit can be eonsidered as " un (h)eisried incdrment: The scandalois perpetrator of suclla cruel: verbicide deserres tobe' hung by the neck from flerne's oak in WindsorParki ,·',! -i ,? ,. °:Cox?t?o'o T~nEPorI~--I?i' the middle of' next iek hSloggins has made up his· mind to settle with. his? :reditoursnie:if: does not, the; creditordsharet mAde ip theiir iinds to settle him. ... ! ....?.,1...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

jFrom Sydneywe; learnthat at: a salel,o Cityproperty recently land broulgt ' £:23 per.fot: We may soon'hear'b of ." Berry ,eing;'invited' to a: banquiet foriwhatihe' hias lone for Sydne3y and iNew. Southii Walies generally.'; - i ;I : -, . .Tlhe :play of Uncle Ton's.Cabin ,ha iid a run of seventy-eight consecutive iightsiii the Princess'iTheatre. I r .:,;., ,;' ,ml .. - lThe Minister of Railivays iisiiediPilihrhn i few days since to inspect portions ot the railway, route where deviations are asked: 'fo'rl Tlf.? Victoriani Preserving, Company. which hlas. extensive4 manufacturing :property, ;ob: ject to the line doing tlirodu'it.' ':'' ".'' A terrble' calamity is, reported. Anox cursion i steamer, bon'und. 'froImi Londo;,to Sheerness, ..went,: down with ,i6o0;.souls oi board, before "assistance could be ren' dered, though she ,was sieen making 'signal of distress 6 .' !i SRegarding Easterni, affairs, ,we learn that the British ironclad squadron is:'shortly to be withdriiwn' from the ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

DANDENONG MLARKET. prices. The cattle pens were very well filled with miedium cattle. There was the usual supply of sundry l produce, which was disposed of at fair ~ratscl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

few dopss of ;tyieliqticid~ 1'Fl ilinWspriislccd' oii'c deca, gires to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whitefinis, iid a'delghtful fmghan b to'thb brdath;' It iemoves allwiii leciSiznt odour arisiiig 'from decayed teeth' or to?iicco smice". Tile %"Fragraunt'Floriihe", being comp'Iosed iii part of lihoneii and swect herbsis deli-' ciousi"toli tc ste,'and the gritiestr toilet'discoveri dfýtliheiag Price 2e 6di;'of.all Cliemists and Per= fumlere "r' Prpaed by: edi' C. Gallup,-493 Oxford riteet, London. ' 6703emd ' IT ss,EeCOcRDED IN ASCceiy\T. IeTchaie or so'u PrOLNTicssltat, le could tell (or at least assinmed to say) cho , every battle Alexaiider lost m igt havie becnwon.,,But this was beyond thescope of humaic power. ~fhe..highest genius of. generalship some-, times fails, under, the force of uclventitious circum stances.. ,,Doubtless, thousands have striven to uti lioatho thjunipr brry, and there may be 'knowing ones, who like Polybus, might undertake to 'ay,how its essencecoul be best...

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DROMANA POLICE COURT. Saturday, 31st August. Before Mr. J. A. Panton, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

saturday,y,1st August. SBefore :3 r. 3 A Patont, P.1I. Police v. Snell ;-the defendant was charged nitli having piermitted .a person inhis charge to be exposed in apublic place while suffering frfom a dangerous disorder. The local magistrates being members of the Local Board 'otI-Health iwere 'inc`ipacita'ted for dealing with the case, consequentl.rnone of iliei' iade their appearance on the Beincli!After' a'careful hearing" Mr. Panton dismissed-the cases principally-on thegroti nd thaf.the d'fenduait hadi not. been furni~lled with a copy.,of.he, reglations,as required. This .was the only case, and the Court adjoiiinnediio ý (Ir,- . *::s 'C`

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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 7th. Before Messrs. S. West (Chairman), Reid, and Stewart, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

GRI EITHS' POIi EqOLCEL COUUrT. Saturday, September 7ni. IBefore Messrs. S. West (Chairman), Reid, and Stewia J J P I Bergin and;iCo: .v SD~D'es; debt, £ 8s. 3d.-Order for ?Uii~ u nt Same v. J. Wilsoni db, £4 1Os. 7d.-j Order for amount with 7s. 1a. costs, payable at rate of £1 peri;month. :i John Dickins v. Elizabeth Milne; deb !£7 11s. Id.-VWithdrawn. . Same v. PasFick Lyons, £del? 6? 14s. Order fort amount with 10s. costs Same, .iJ:'T.?; ott; moneylenti £1 Os. -Order for aminountand.10s.. l ots.' Same?, .., 'scott;..i gii&'8 Os. Order for amount andl Os ca ts. Sane ':v:Alfred Watson li;,i s lent, £15s. Order for amount and 10s. costs. s Same.rv. Alfred Watson.; goods, £6013s ld. -Order foc amount and 10s.-costs. S. Uprihird-v. J: Carew ;"work and lalZ'a£1O=..Dismniisaedd .I:.M'?- ? . J. "Monk v. J. Connor ; goods, £18110S -Order for aniount and l0s. costs. Sam.e v. J. Gillan; goods,. 7 1? Order. for amount and 10s. costs. I.,,, ;,. J. Payneo., : J: G..! Williams i good, ....

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 7th September. Before Colonel Hutton, and Messrs. T. Keys, H. Powis, and A. W. Rodd, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

DANDENONGN POLICE COURT. .' """I Saturda?i37'tli Septpiber "''." Before Colonel Huttb, and Messrs. T. Keys, H. Poes ia u.. W. Rodd, J.P. Ahll Ling v. James, n ffln ; ssault.-Mr. MilleiJ,:f?r?compliti~nft: Defenddii['stsated that he was in;a iblic house, and de fendant said ho was, a.by Chinaman, and struck hini in th'e: iuth, between seven and eiglht.6IclIock in thc.evening. HeIri'yIEd wards said he w°s shtinding at the door of Bridge Hotel, iv hen defendant gave com plainant a shlover' Mr.Griffin had three does with hinm F-F ed l'£, and 3s. costs; in default, seven dys iprisonment. . '"Senior Conable MbcKee v Richaard Bo man,; allo?ying ,a horse to ,wander m 'the street on the "th tns't'Fined s'hs. .Same "v" Kigheru;j allowing'tio' horses ,towander; n'the public street.-=Finedes...:t *.Same vq Devereux; horse stealing..ý Mr. 'Miller for the 'defence, appliedrfor a'renihnd to either Oakleig'hlor?'Malvern. Remanded todMatlvern 'that day' fotiight: 'Deferda 'ais admitted' bil n 3imsel...

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Police Intelligence. MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, 7th September. (Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, J. Bellin, and S. Masters, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

(Julite littlligclet. . -.--o '` 'I VEIRN 'POLICE COURT. ,;o , ,,qN Saturday, 7th September.;, • (Before IessriRs'R: , lE.!ieivis',J lin dand (, ,Eirz 'eri ,ve4 ..vFrcdk i,Berger," ;leavin, wife without means of supporc. This case! lwhich ihas .beenubefore the; Court!,on'itwo previous occasionsi was settledi:oiitiof' Court the defendant 'liavinir taken, therradvice of the: Bench by the discharge, ofithe tmilking maid,- and.tlhe.bsubstitution ofthe ,milking ,b v (b lreý , i !,;r:M id,,l tc. li 1; , .iiid:t, I ."!. t:rh d.. A'U. M ahsv vTI M'1ontemery,ý geods, 5s.-No appearance of conp"i nait. Constable Ealeson ,sunimoned" Jb h Pitclher'a i Jolioi Fin" fprl hivin' 'iib' con trol, and were each fined 5a. g, , o Same v. Peter, McGineny;;,lkeepingp his ,yprrd,int ,statq, ,,of filth.; According,.to ,the evidenceof ",teonstable, defendaut yard was continually- ina filthystate, so much so 'thiititfeidintheired''the .hellth'of adjoinin joyed;ih;,dti ,oita?, f having ;teiergardeis enriched at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

YawLADLE DIocoEaER FORI THE, HAuI.-If JOur linii:is turning grey, or. white, or falling off, usoe ' The Mexicanh iir Renewer," for it will positively rueaib ine eerg case gre)' or white hair to its original coloui, without leaving the disagreeablo smell of mint\ restorers." It.. tikes the hair charmingly t?eaptiful, as ell as :promoting the growth of the hair. n: ,bl d, spots, where the glalnds are not ddd . ,dji. your. Chemnit. for " Tlhe Mexicaun :air Rneei r," prlr4red by Ieil" C. Gallup, 493 Oxford street, London, and sold by Chemists and 'erfumers eyerywhere at 35. 6d. per bottle. - " ARTIFICIAL TEETH. rIHOSE who wish a Perfect Fit, 31Material nod " "Wor inuinsilii of t1h'e lst, shotld'npply.to~ i Simmonsead,D wye; "rI THE OLD -- ESTABLISHIIED DENTISTS, 10" COiaiss\ I STREEt Etsi?- *fiuiDo??,,? ou And Buckinghissm H" ousei, :!Hobart Town. Teeth T.rtractcle:,, Ilitou? t Pain. Single Teoth from S .? ., Sets from a£5 as. S7jsoIESEVERACE STONE " CRUSHING; ;0:CO. ,.Iclbournn,?,Ofice...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

='rte' .:;i-" ,' L u WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBlERI 11th, 1878. R t1anE have been. varietylof reasons.given -or'he arbitrary conduct ofthe Chief Secre tary and the present Government in sum li arilyf'dtiissi fii 6gfgratlis nulker ofLth most competent of the civil servants a few m o ntlbs t sinc .3 :i .?_ho e .n so 9I Igu .tsr },v ar 1tz nerallv was thcdesin to e ractice,economy, and this reason had tile eiffect of indncing many to tl mki thaiIt was tile true reason. ~No mahQf·:biisiiidrs would, under the cir cumstances,.acceptlthis_.asthereason._A. man of business who had competent men in his empoyment, ani' knew tl lat he quired theirlservices, would not discharge them. The debate on the budget on Wednesday tebetngtiin lfthobAssih fbrou~l~it nt thie cpjrre ctexgaft tion. During the course of a telling speech Mr. O'Shannassy said that hqd:the qovery renteonlycdesired to practice economy in dealing with the service they woiiud'liiave' reiliced "thie salaries, but the 'vib6lehsle dismnisialcd...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

itncl a -atcllig enc. "''We h·ive ri?eifr;ed"cpiesbfcs`brd'rn'?"lmsi - ,osýElons by. Mi., T..: Canu., of llerwick. ,?,(er ,are,.n adpted for, psarcd,nuie,.bcinglaet tohiyml o. Then airs, which are givenl with acconmpl'nyig secondsarf a( o f lul od~g anrlca?tt to the ear On Friday evening last the Rev. W. Kelly S J. dhlivered i lecture t fle Ieca'cs Inshtu c, Dlfleongl t Thi " Militiilirstor-p of Prsiiui,'" dry for R mixetd)audigngE, ," R uavegtheless deeply interesting and instructive? being treated in a mastcrl" 1manner -by .,r 4 vd.lcctiu . Corn" me ia fo Jitm sstn ) tIih t`tde 'Iuder the Electors of Brandenburg,-the lecturer passed on to thl6-tlistirKingsinof lroassia; tpointing ;outin t huminorau ,skctc~tlieh, ipany npeyF.lia?trfts in the character of Frelderick tlhe Gi?et, aiul giving a nirnativo; of.rtho origin oflthesidperstitiioiof thd "White Lady" ; thentl?edizh his audience through all the great battles,.in i?hichi the l'rssians ]had bteen engagea up tit battle i f &am...

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NOTES FROM A BACHELOR'S BANK OF KNOWLEDGE. Audi alteram partem." USES OF MIDDLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

ROTES FROM A-BAOCHELOR'S BANK OF Nid??, KOWLEDGWE. : : ) ?dl?:i i :;'"ndi altreram . partem." : " i?ir 9an': b13it eu;, :":U '" b D?-mw.m , . ' i' "'- '2 ' v i I, Somoe men, while willing to regard laborers and .capitalhats as: useful members of the community, .cannotifor the life of them see whly' n body of men -sliuld'come between the laborer and the capitalibt, s'fti esniin~gl no'otlier purpose theit tbs complicite *;iisttesw,'and for doing so to receive a portion of the "eamisigs.of 'aipitalist :and laborer: in a word, :they .unc ot concede how middlemen can help to inereane +theiprodicticve power of any community. Buit finrst, "'4sh . re the persons I ciall middlemen P ? This tem Sitiie-teid sense denotes an agent, or onie who .Iforms'a medinm of communication between two or •,more contracting parties; but for my present pur ,posel regarl the term as including not only agents an"the strict senise 'of thle word, but ,ls6 tmrades, Sis'opkkerps ,&e., as including in fietil...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

D 10 31 N A. (, r ..i: .(From a Corr,, epo1et.) Another attempt i beig maea t. the :schoonneruMariatoff,r.anadthe efforts bai been so filrsiccestful that sli is to tiillyovdr te' biw; readyv for taiOnOii j.lacie i herI, which is foudml necfssl sowiyi? to toi' leaky state of the Illl. Shni the weatlher remain favorable, she will, mdlli trabibilit.y; 'bik safely:t owed up tea"ifte liamstown in a day 'ort' b; 3: ? ?ilho ,s Sandride, iis-personally- superintendint? operations. General-satisfacition has Ieen exprsesd at Z oieappoiiitmntia ofr31. r..oloh nrih, son., of (Glrilee, \?annaieue, as 31a stri for the Cenitral Bailimiik. r S.9omi ,very ,hfine rains and ewes w,, landed at. the Diromana jetty, this Wt from ,the;sclhooner -ear ?Nut, some oftho¢ .beiung?for-- iMr.._R. -Anderson, of..f Schank, andl some ;for Meossrs. J. Bark and Sons; of IilMinders. 1'' lhey were pe. lchoed it the recent Melbourne exhioio, mand ? e? e in spl?ndlid condition. 3Ir. ant nMairs, 'of B'lnrring, siibsequent...

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BERWICK BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

BERWICRlK' IARD OF ADVICE. Z9 etint'nF"fl"ti" B:r''i'ck o s, Advi?cwiia'.ihild' in' tide School room 0o Saturday evonehiui;' resent, Messrs. Bis hWankie,\ Robinson,: IIenmlerson, and Cr ieron.nai Ar..IHenderson having been eleac to the chair, Mr. -Robihson (tlhe Corre .podiirnt),eTad the ininutes of prerious ! special eetinsgs, which were confirmed. . lettYri?rl-s" ý!ed'of'roin 'tid. SeCretarr of ' Bqeri'.ck .ra.Ban ulo nskisig, for use of ttl scolioli4A,-return for the 'Inkakira 61'3 Sdlio6olfA'orto*aMd friom the Education partmeftl's'i 'c'eived.'-M3r.i Bain smd A. Hessell,hladqi 'd'on u'hiin;i anred handedow ,che uif6~'ioii c tllected by him rmld own subscriptioae to the. prine fnid. •seemedd after;an'eknination of tle post'I of tie' fu'nd' tliaft'itr.' payment of tile e retrflirdui -ialrirntlifhero mis aId - t.,the ;Bwpi ofi? 3 of in,.--1 stated tlirt it was 'I m ossible to keep : prices:, ofdy .,prizes,. purchased within i amount ipteaded-,but that the teaches unnecessarily .,ex...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, September 7th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

EERWIlC SH R COUNCIL. Sitoirday, Sepieuibirf'th. ant \ cisllors fo'urke Iibb, Hanley e NixD bUsn:I D)ore and'aonnor; e electionof President wast procehded Te - n ,d Councillor. Bourko '?as r lectOdd She minutes of previoousnmeetin,,'weroe i d sconfirmed.. : C, RRES1 OowDE CE.t , tua t From Shire of ~iarrnainbool, 'sbmittin Fie tr of a clause being. inserted in s ,ov5erA iadniit 'Act p:i'io ii ffo re terentia ru statino' thait the proposal nr run d illoi' Gibb said they .uniil "d thle proposallbefore: and moved Sthe Council support it, .lim ?s Sedby Councillor :Nixon'and" agreed F Fro the Treastiry, sautiii'tlitat 'Hoibs 6has 'e fee must lie puod inoto that'Depart ?t, COancih:l Coiiinor s?id"tlid ,licih?ns d'bcra gaittetdl in'thie .wrong district;, and sý ljeCt was postponel till ne-tia?eetimig, motion of Coiineillors. Cohinorri: nd " itre. ,ams1'tc , statin. ,tlbt, la'nd omJames Frqalei, f anothier person - r. Kane in - name thn e liad li'dnd 'a lso beeni vahlied, d?he used the land...

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SHOCKING DEPRAVITY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

"-*-SHOCKING 'DEPRIVITY." 7 On Wednesday afternoon a constable, while on plain clothes patrol on the banks of the Yarra, made a discovery in which juvenile depravityand harddned vice were forcibly illustrated.- A young man and an elderly woman ,of; immoral' character,were 'found gsittigi'up'of, the ground i'driiking fribi ab6ottle'cntainifn g ruifi' wi'ilde'*ith~ir ,side?lay a1 girl ,aboiut twelve ylears"of, '"e, .totally, unconscious from theeffects,6f ?riX iig.'theo samerspiritc.'; TheI :officer,ý-having obtaiiedlttlheservicesof Cohstable-'icor iiiil/,' weii"'V ithe? %spOt ?in'd 'arrtsl-fel threeand took chiarge of:,andotheIietil 'girl and a;littlelboyjwhoIwerewithi ithe woman. On being removed to the Watchbouse~rthe man gave his, name as Jamiies ?Newtbkn;'and stated that'he was a, boiler maler.; Tfi woman proved to he a well.known character. named Mary Beaven'; and thle girli who -was siill'insensible; was seen by her f?ther',who titaed th'at 'enamen was Wilh'eliiiiia Gi)son. ,,A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

Kll OF CIARGES FOR ADVERTISING weotW , for on e n Ieriaon ... : *.. dto rt , do i ... ... 2s. oF'?,tVrSontd, n the rate of s. per inch, ifor dne Insertlon only. lle4 DI.htom upon all adrertisements appear mgforThrre3lontbs.' , " - nde Ahaerisenents nr " inserted att codersbly edacedrates. : : iTdlmments nust t. p.cify on the, face of them the number of insertions, or they gill be con timed and charged fortill conuitermanided.' All ords for withdrawanl or alterationi to be'snt' in onthe day proif to blieantion.t ; " * tretisnments can only be discontinued by written orders., Bay View Cottage, PHILLIP : IS'L'AND, Clope to the Pier, at Cohwes. L te AcnommodaOion for Families and Boarders AT lonERATE CHARGES. S MRS. ' EUSTAOE, Proprietress. Pablieo Comrnpa iesu . 1riRT'II VICTORIA' PER1ANENT J IPROPERTYI BUILDING And INTEST3RENT SOCIETY. Olices : 44 ELIZABETII STREET SOUTH. Established Novenmber, 1867. tm1eneratd under The Building Societies Act, 1874. SIIARF.S, '£25 EACH.., Entrance Fe...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK MARKET, Wednesday, 4th Sept:— [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

LaVE STOCK MAnR T, RWednesday 4th Sept.: r a2or te wee", the principal lot being from Gippslad, the westward, irverina and Queensland, ,,fur roportiani nwhiteTOlwce of goonndprim quality. TIhs frm 'tlhs bitter pinael showed sign of inavmg.ufferodrom :t!i:journeyhln er uch wasted. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £9 to i11-10sr- good-do.;-from-.7-to- *£8;-second-?md. middling do., from £5 10s. to .4( 10s.; inferior~ from £4 10s. Very few'coisc were yarlle,vl'idlit sold at from £3 10s. to £5 10s.-FAT CALvES : 93 Ie:ya e"tli r ial'- f-swlila We- F'o" e ui lti?1 and inferior description ; such were dull of sale.but good ?iiits .siii an .lmanTTlresai i..d Glisfaeto rates. Best sold at from 50s. to 6Os.; good, from 40s. to 50s.; second, from 30s. to 35s. ;iitifeHiior from 15s.-FxT SHEEP: 14,023 were penned, the bulk rf Tliuicl.'toro merno indcludin tg, ont.if shorn,' the'i i _t of tiiiscason;4isoi'tlAj y trlde requirements. 1'rimcr crosslred wctherssold at from 16s. to 17s.; exto. "fi...

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BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

From a Correspondent -:.'i* i ' yeli;'avsel , ea hosft of ndilctions th?ta dte longed for Spring is lfst approachin~g After a"seprier winter witlii'oadsl knee 'dep in sie-'d r 'tiD' il'di iasig'ain begun ý.or'y Upoi, ndi; csiiesitotraveiling about can better be found. The farms and gardeis give aiifi fleprom'is'anid ear'l crops and vegetables everyw ere,,i s iopWAthemselves iv'y the early prdbability, of a direct access to the Melbourne markets a. larger quantity of 'itatiiisloiats, "an'd 'ga'rden"vegetables.a.ed no),kbeingplanted by, the,,selectors,',:'nd thereis little. doubt but thatafteria few sea-: .sois theterrible ,' up hillivork. 'of Brandy Creek selecting will be.a thing of the past. Already: too,.steps are.being taken toinaug urate the tramway' systen by wwhich- means timber t nad'kproduce can be bronight'to' tlie main,,line from,,the mosttdistants selections.i ' sows, which,, create. ,very, considerablel excitement in the financial community, was iciriclated'osrSaturday-a...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 7th. (Before Messrs. Looker, Jordan, and Thos. Irwin, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 September 1878

OAKLEIGH, POLICE. - COURT. ., ,.: Satdtiday;,Sdpitembber7tthll ,. (Before Messrs. Looker, Jordan, and Thos.l : . rhiii;'J.P.)"X "3IdiyGlobsop v. Chas.' ldssoi';is$biy in" an order of the Court, made on October `1 kf":'ý=A'djourned for one montifih. W. E. Roslingt.v';!Johli::Pitcher, junior; assasult.--Extended.for-fourteen days ;,sum monis no?"iavng-been served. John .,Barrington,,~ . ,Albert,sKrowder; feloniously stealing cabbages.-Dismissed. Henry Rollmorgan' v. Albert Krowder; found by night without lIhwful excuse on the iencl.Ped; garden.ofg tlhe!;complainaut. ;- Dis charged with a caution. Constable "Gr':~ ' Tho6as Bentley; s?'alihI~~-do'd!i'" A'djourned 'for ?:fodfrt'en days. ,i:'hoe Court then adjourned: l. i, Al:l?l

Publication Title: South Bourke And Mornington Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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