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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 24th April. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

Tuesday 24thApril: ; t Tbe. Mayor (H Phipp sq.) CounciliorsMellor,:Bariard -Miller, ? i°i , Bencraft; DeMole, Marsliall. e minutes of the previous imeeting read and confirmed, and outward ,cor ndence approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From A. R. Wallis, Studley Park road, 'to be allowed to remove soil from ace of a road running from his pre Sto the river; also to be allowed to ,a portion of the road-scrapings for his n*e'.- euncillor Marshall moved thet lpplicnnt be allowed to remove the soil hasked, but the matter was referred to Sveor to report. tition was read fromn ratepayers, ask *t a foot-bridge should be placed over eater-?eannel at the intersection of a road and Denmark street.-Re Sth Public Works Conimittee. From the ilanager oEf hawthorn toll; forwarding-proportion of rent, "£f 15s. Sil. Received: n:. ,;, , FromRatepayersr asking ithat a Ilmp might be placed it corner of Park li llirond andt Coanor:street.-Re-ferred to Surveyor to report. . Froim the VWater Suniply Department askin...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

- T bc $ t 3i ur- k '· WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1877.: ALL' ourlanid ' stems ha ve, admittedly; been more or less failures;i and every candidate for Parliamentary. honours thinks his programme incompleteo if" it does not include some scheme of reform in the adminnistration of the public land-` of itho' Cold6'. At first :thie syitniiii force' had no other effect than ,to place! large'blocks of land in the h'ands'of'tihe graziers; then there came a cry'that the formation of farms should be encouiraged; and 'though, since then' we. have beeen doing everything in our power to en, courage agriculturall settlement?, eti result has been, to -a great extent, dies appointing ,to our expectationse; athe selectors are for ,the most ;part poor men --their means rather limited,: aid many of them, as shoenailthey 'secure their proper titles; ?are glad to sell out at an advance to the neighbouring estate owner. Some persons suggest Thiat in future 'the Governnient: should' not ? ell land, bliut ah'lul...

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Saturday 21st April. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., Messrs. Hutton and Powis, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

_,Saturdany. 2htl'April" . Before Mr. Tenipletoni, P.MIPa esHrs i tnt , ton and Powis, J.P. Cnanas of PERURY.---. W. Beilby v. Wm.. iMMahen ; a::charge of perjury. The case had been postponed on last' Court day for the production of several iiitnesses not then in attendance. M Mr. J. L. Purvcs appeared for the defendant.-The first wit ness called was H; M. Sutherland, manager of the Commercial Bank, who being sworn, stated :=Defendant opened an accoont on the Coninmercial Banlk on ,26tl Feblruary, 1 874 in" his own name -IIn deposited to thel etent'of £150 i'liicl lie desired to plaic as a deplosit fr't i'welve 'liimonth in' the oi?jit tamie of hiimselfandtlhie wife.: ; Part of that sum had been7withdrawsin'and pliced to lis'credit, as it Was nstated to bhi awkward to have two signatures to clii;es: Thliat rwa the reason ,iven for' lodgini a suiimin hIis own narime:;- WVlien:tlth account was first opened, it was opiened by a cheque drawn liy the tristees of the 'lte George Keys. riT...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. A CHARGE OF PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

POLICE :INTELLIGENCE. -0 A CHARGE OF PERJURY. At the Dandeilon} Police Court on the 7th instant, Win. McMahen, sen., appeared on summous issued on the cmnpluini of Johh W. Beilby, charged with having, during his evidence in a case heard in the County Court, Drindenong, committed perjury. Thlie fol louing.:evidence vas taken then, but as it did not appear in fill in our columns we publish it now, so, that the case may appear complete:-- (Before ?3r Templeton, P.MI., and Colonel Hutton and hIr Powis, J.P. i John Dobson, clerk of the Court, proved he was, on the 6th of March last, Registrar of County Court atDandenong, and produce the register of the Court. Heard McMa1hen swear that he had no property whiitever. Did hot know McMalen's signature: . De fendant swore that he had no -means whlat ever since his insolvency, and his wife had supported him--Senior Constable McKee stated thatl he rememibered 6th March last, when hera as-in .the County Court at Daude- nong. ' Heard evidence give...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

Elections i Notices:; TO THE'?-ELECTORS OF: SOUTH BOURKE AND BOROONDARA G ENTLEMEN,-Although the' General Election (.. will probably not take place for some time yet; it is desirable that I should inform you of my future intentions. .,You are aware that for sevoral months bad health lhsa prevented mea from' giving' proper attention to my Legislative duties, and if I had not' reasonable asnesurance of,a speedy resaoration I should not. think of again offering myself as a candidate. But 1 may now, venture to hope for renewed strength, and therefore I intend to ask the electors of Boronn dart to choose me once more as their representative. I shall take an early opportunity of accounting for my. past conduct, and of declaring my views on the momentone qnestions awaiting settlement, ' In taklng leave of that portion of my conetitneney which, under the new Electoral Act, will necessarily require to select another representative, I desire ot tender to the electors my sincere thanks for the...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, 21st April. Before Messrs R.G. Benson, John Bellin Robert Hunter, A.c. Watts, and Dr. Plummer, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, 21st April. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, John Bellin, Robert Hunter, A. C. Watts, and Dr. Plunmer J. P.     The following persons were fined for driving ?i?thout:lights; Samiel.Preston andr NVilliam,, Barrett .10s : each; Donelly, D. Moore,,,P. .Htallinan, J., Saunders,: Geo Alln, inm.: Cobb;: and Geo. .McLean 5s. each ; J. Pottinger and J. Proctor 2s. 6d. each. .i .. : r A. case against 'J Hill. for driving: on the .wrong side of the road:was dismissed. , ,?,?nan nained, Donnelly was fined 2s. Otd. for not lhavming proper control overlis lhorse. )" Moore,, was fih?d, s. for negligent driving Cases against, Rolit. Echlin and; Frank Alexander for insultin bbehaviour were dis '. rathall v. Harison; Damage to pro= ptery._ ' le parties are neighbours, and the dainage consistd ein cutting ldo'wn a rope swing lhich }ivs atielaheld to a fendce which ias pulled down. ::Defendanit ns fined 20s. iitli 10s: .costs Wrathall: v l. Harris...

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LAST OF THE MORDIALLOC TRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

The list memberof the Mordialloc tribe   of aborigines has "shuffled of this mortal coil." This dusky individual was known   as "Jimmy." and he also rejoiced in the surname of "Dunbar," probably claiming close genealogical affinity with some of the illustrious Scotch houses of that patronymic. Jimmy was remarkably sagacious, dry and   amusing, qualities which he combined with a keen regard for the interest and welfare of number one. He was also possessed of a very retentive memory, and was an excellent mimic. He was a perfect master of the boomerang, excelling at trial matches all competitors. Physically he was well made, and a favorable specimen of his tribe. At one time he served as a mounted trooper. Jimmy's last lubra died in his mia-mia at Mordialloc six days previous to his own de- cease, leaving as mourners for !her loss Jimmy himself and some twelve or fourteen dogs. As a proof of the great attachment of these animals to aboriginals, it...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, April 20th. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and Messrs J. Jamieson and A. W. Harston J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 25 April 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT.     Friday, April 20th. Before Mr. Tenpleton P.M. and Messrs J. Jamieson and A. W. Harston J.P. Rebecca White was discharged with illegally trespassing on the land of W.P. Hutchinson. Complainant had obtained a warrant of distress against White, and a constable had ejected her, and she afterwards returned, as no one was left in possession. A fine of 10s. was imposed; to be levied by distress ; in default a month's imprisonment. Fredk. Turner, an apprentice from the   Industrial School, charged with absconding from the hired service of his master, A. Timms,. of Melton, was remanded to that place. The jury lists were passed, there being no claims or objections.     The Court then adjourned.

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THE BOROONDARA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

THE BOROONNDAItA. ELECTION. Professor Pearson met the electors at the Iled Lion Iotel on Saturday evening. AMr. J. J. Forrester occupied the chair. The candidate commented on Sir James M'Cul loch's address, but first of all made some remarks on the manner in which Sir James MI'Culloch had acted in helping to turn out two Ministries, and then in taking office hiimself. lie condemned the stonewall policy, but spoke in still, stronger terms of reprehension of what is known as the gag. It was doubtfuld if the, programme of Sir James M'Culloch was protectionist or. free trade. It was remarkable that no allusion was made in the address to the Stevenson case, which, for the credit of the Govern ment, should have besn cleared up in a court of justice. The railway policy of the Ministry lind simply been to make a rail way to the door of every Minister. RHe was glad to see that the Ministry had at last agreed to a land tax, but he thought it un fair that town lands should be taxed. He opposed...

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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

.SOUTHII BOURKE ELECTION. SMr. 1 .Stetphen, m et the electors of the N ulnwading: Divisioni at the Whitehorse li?tel ;i`ihawading, on Friday, 7th April; Ir. Alfred P;ilt aim ini the chaiiir.. There' edroe about ifiety lectors present, and. Mr.. Stephen's remarks were frequently applauded' The 'ciandidatedid 'not:desire a'vote of con fidence but Mr Mo:i0s movd m?Ae d : Md - r. Iletchler Setcoded tliat in the opinion of thi&s uieetin M iIStephen :is a fit, and proper person to receive the confidence and support nf .the `,electors of South'; Bourke. ' Carried unanimously. it; IfoiidtNs AT DELANY'S IHOTEL :Mr Hiis ?iid theo? werei: six: candii date'sfor the vacant seat, andi he differed fiotio the ether five in one.important point, viz'in ; regard to thepurchase of the :.ob ih'ion iBay railwiiy ::-?- 1 the irest were in favor of tle purchase but he was iopposed toit It wias statedth tattlie company paid ailividen; d of ten per ? centl i ut' iuireality this was only ona capital t...

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MR. CREWS AT DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

MR URIlwst AT lAINNDENON, . On Saturday night Mr. Crews addressed a meetinr of between forty, and fifty electors iat thel eci'inics' iit??itute D 'andenoi Mr °Ponis isis `voted to he chair,, and 'avin solicited for" the : cadidiateea?p patiendi MWfr., Crewsisaid', i 'comingibefore then, it I?as '- ssible ;thiat ldvig beein their repr sI ntiatiie for imne years ;there may be siom points o.is?hich, thiey mig-lit differ, but he ithouglt that it iwould ble ,impossible for:'ky one to represent such a large constituency wvithout tlere 'beinsomeine who differed from his viewsps If, :aftelir theyhad heard :liis expliaationdt,'h: h tiy 'tidht he' had:. fairly represented them; he apprehended that they wouldiendieavour to cast tip his actions and gfive;limithe libeiefit of" the doubt, if they could. Three years ago, one of'the letiding questions, was -reformn ofrthe .Counciltml On that occasion lie told them that the Council reuiuridredorm, r toenable it to _work' liar .inoniousl,.; with; the...

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MORNINGTON POLICE COURT. Friday, 27th April. Before Mr W. Templeton, P.M., Messrs W. Grover, Lancashire, and A. Jones, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

MORNINGTON POLICE COURT. Friday, 27th April. Befire"l ?1 ? 'Teinmpleton;', P.Mh, Messrs W ' Grov'er,Lanc?i?aslire, and A. Jones, J.P. Thomas Wilson, a lad of about 10 yearv, was brought ul,, on remand, charged with hiaving unlawfidly abused a girl between the age of ten and twelve years. Prisoner was defended iy Mr 1H. H. Budd. Elizabeth Saliio?t deposed : I am the daughter of El. vard Salmon, and reside at Hastings with my father and mother. I recollect Thurs. day, the 22nd March last. A little after dark .I was playing at hide and seek with m`y brothlier dwar and several other clil dren.U F,The, prisoner was also playing with us. I 'liid from the others and it was lmy brother's turn to find us. I was lyingdowo oi my elbloiw hein the prisoner came up to me. (Witness described the assault). I screamed out but I could not get away from him. £Tie prisoner heard my %rother com ing and he left me.. My brother said, "What is the maitter witli you, Lizzy ?" I dlid not speak, anod myi brot...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 1st. Before the Mayor and Mr. Toon, and Dr. Molloy, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

HAWTHORN POLICE COUiRT. Tuesday, . ay 1st. Before the Mayor.and Mr. Tooni and Dr. .. Molloy, J.P. :Three men, naime oster, Ogden, an` Coleman, werecharged withcarting offensive matter through the Boiough- of Hai thorn. Mr. Gillott, appeared for the- defendantsl From the evidence. it:'ippeared thaitlthie m''en vere 'driving' the sart'',by"iy the' Town Hall, on Thursday last, ad' that they bad no authority from the Borough. .Mr. Gillot' siibmitted "th'iit there' :was no: offelice proved, as a liceence- wa b 'iot necessary for a man going' throuigh the Borou;gh:-'The' Bench concurred, and dismissed the case.,-< Mahomet Kars, a native of Bombay, was charged with larceny. William. Francis Lync, residiig'in Burwood road, deposed: On 24th ApIril last"Ihiid' two greyhounds one.withn acollar on .its: .eck, marked.with my name. The collar produced is mine. It is worth 5s. inissed it on' tha 24th. Thomas O'Brien, dairyman, residing in Hawthorn, deposed: On the 24th I 'saw prisoner :...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 28th April. Before Messrs. Lecky, Hunter, and Dr. Elmes. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

S PLICE pLIGiNTELLIGENCE.,. 6ORABOURN POLLCE COURl. - Satuirda 28th April . Before Messrs. Lecky; Hunter, and Dr. S - Rmes. Martlhj Bird v. Tliomas Matthews; uinlawfil' assault.-Fined 5s.: and 2s. ' d. .costs. . - tlie - r. . - V The Cou;?.the t ici diorned:u-;' . -'` ---

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

:FLOmLt?El--FOR THE TEETH AND BnEATH.--& fewidr rop of the liquid " trlorline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-bliueh produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughliy cleanses the teeth from all parasites or imptiities. hardene the gums, prevents tartar, atops decay; gives ti the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. The " Fragrant Floriline," being conmpoed in part of Honey and sweetherbs, is deli. cloeu to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. Gd., of all Chemists and Per flmoer. Prepared by Henry C. OauLLP, 493 Oxford street, London. 6703emd AnDlCe: TO lOTHEtERS!-ATr you broken in your rem by a sick elhild auffering with the pain of cutting teeth P Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of ilia. WstoElw's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor aulerer immediately. It is perfectly harmlees and plea.ant to taste, it produces natural quie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

-eALE OF i. " Ott ADVEItTISINOd rrenty Words, for One Insertiond- ... Is Twenty to Thirty Words, do .. .. . ..- 2 Thirty to Forty Words, do ... S bore Forty Words, at the rate of Seper inch, if ifor One Insertiono0nly. '' A large Doscomr upon' all Advertisements appearing for Three Months . I : Addertirementa must specify on the face of them the !number of inosrtions, or they will be contiiued and charged fot till countermanded? All orders for withdrawal orialteration to be sent in on' the day prior to publication. /.DIR EC':TO ,Y Solhcitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Lilile Collin" stree, i east, Melbouane: and Toonah Cottage. Wat= i tletree road, Gardiner: Butchers-: :: l'INNIGEII, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Tiscellaneous-;.. 'J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digon treet opposlteArgyl' erqeare, Carlton; formerly of 19 Argyle place Lygen etreet.l Grazing Paddocks' PINNEY'SGRAZING PADDOCK, Pakenham: -Address:' 13 York street; Prahran.: "y. Snrveyore HO...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

MARKETS. ElosrnN lAnKEz As pril 28 Ve?table Basill,' Is per doz bunchesl; beanb, kidney, id to ljd per lb; bouqoets, 3s to 8e per dozen; cabbages a Is to 2s 6d do; carrots, 6d to 9d per dos bncbies ;cress;. water, Gd, ` to" 7d. do. °; celery, 2s:'- do;; cucumberse Gd : to :'l- do; hdrseradish, 2s to BCe per doz :sticks; garlic 2d :per lb; lettues, Gd to ls per doz;` mar joram, 6d to O8d do; mint; Gdto 8d do; onions, dried 7s. to .To. Gd. per owt; do.;' green, 6d. per dozen bunches parsley, 6d do; 'parsnips, 94 to ls 6d do; peas, :d to 2d per lb; potatoes, Ad4. 9d to 5o per owl; rhubarb, Gd' to le per doz bunches; radishes, 4d do; eage, Gd to 8d do'eshallons, 2d to 3d per Ib ; spinach. 2d to3dd per Ib; thyme;8d per dos bunches ; turnips, 6d. to,8d! per dozen bunches. Fruit : Almonds. 2d to 3d perlb: ; apples, deseert, 4s. to 8s per bushel; d, cooking, Ss. to 4s. Gd. do; walnuts; 13s do; grapes, 2d to 4d per lb.; quinces, ld per lb; melons, water, ls.' Gd; to 3s. per dozen; peare, 2d ...

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MORNINGTON RAILWAY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

MORNINGTON RAILWAY LEAGUE A .meeting of tialeg noo was I.I at the Al ion Hotel on Thursday last. T. 'Attinborough Es,, oe cupitl the Cai r. There were alo present ?Messi lR?t rt KI?Kat ?.?re, Whiten, K?aris, BTnt, Blaxidge A. Jon.e, Thoi.' KeI s, Richardeon, Vanisnylen eind U Yuhong.. The chairman urged that the present was theo tilin to take ?. live masonresn especially as there h tl ,ntl hlci any oppoition to the movement. Mr. Mair unoved and ?Ir. Jones seconded that the Secretary write to to the Government and direct atten tion to promite made to the League that a permanent 0urvey would be made, with a view to keeping the matter:bcforo the authorities.-The motion was aup p ttid by several .otller membem, many bcing in f'avor of action being taken at once to have the per manint survey of the line made.. Mr. Young eug geste;d 'that nothling should be left undonuoto brinug .tl! eabjeot to a climax,, He 'objected to tlie business being delegated to a committee. The Chairman a'so obje...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 27th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

Saturday,A pril'27th.v . : Present-The President, and Councillors; fourke, Dorar-, arry, icon, .y Buchanhan Hanley," and Conn.or.:?' " ilie rminutes: o'f- a vious ,meeting.-;,and' outward correspondence" were' e"tin andl approved: S CORRE)PONDE(CE. From. Shir obf Vleredithi:as to:. revenue from unused roads ~being paid; to, the :ldal bodies. Received t a ' e o ?Fr l a 1im luikffr : tlig' Blind;' askinl for idonation.Received and postponedwitth Fromt Central Board of Health as t'o!i pobitment oflHealth Officer-Received FrkomlYeasury iii'rreply diredtings attn tionto thei h clauises of the Local. Governmient Act ,providing:,for,: a ?sinking , fiund.:.Th Secretary had replied, and receiedia furthier communication ast tothe manner of kdealing witi Goverinen stock''for the purposes of a sinkinkig fund-lh be Secretary:'said;' he 1-had also; communicated?i withi'the Shlie? Secretary for Cranbourneon the 'same subject; and re ceivedi a reply as ito the:course adopted there.l It' was, decide...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1877. ;T-E policy,:which- Sir, James McCulloch 'has annouiinced is'uchf we'think, as ought to meet with general acceptance, althpugh its details may: by many be considered susceptible of advantageous modification. He began by dericuncing what: is known as the: " toneiall,".'and "his iiews onit are concurrd' in by ij? iny: of' the~'scalled liberal party, for a more disgraceful op posi iniivwas never'carried on in any Par: liament. We might find ourselves able to approve of. the forms of Parliament being used under certain circumstances, to delay the passing of measures, but when it' became apparent' that the opposition was-uselessathe 'ttneivallers should have given :way, and not have persevered in their attempt to coerce a majority. By so doing they dealt a heavy blow to Par liamentary Government that fully justified the adoption of the "iron hand," however repugnant the restraint of free discussion may. be to the ordinary conceptions of Englieshaein, In ihe propos...

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