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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
T?m-ENDwoen FAMtiBEs; involving the losn o millions; often occur in the financial world.. Far more deplorable failures often happen in the domain of medicine, patients being sometimes made the victims of mistaken treatment. But the record of the past does not disclose a single instance of failure to cure on the part of that supremely eflicient remedy for kidney and bladder ailments, dyspepsia, undue nervous excitement, and general want of strength' UnoLi0ro WOLFE'S SCrIEDAM AROMATIC ScNAPPns. THeorT AFFrcrTION AND HOAuonesae.-All suffer ing front irritation of the throat iand hoarseness will ble agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief allorded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." Tl?se famous "lozenge." are now sold hI, most respectable chemllists in this country at Is lid. per box. People troubled with a " hacking coung," a "glight cold," or brlanclial aflectionm, can not try them too som,n, at similar troubles, if adowed to progress, result in, be ious Pulmonary a...
NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 28. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
nsiNAWADING SHIRE. COUNCIL. Saturday, April 08. orDINA?m s MEETIG.:. Present-Councillor Ellingworth (in: the chair), and Councillors Fisher, Keogh, As pinall, Crossman, Collins ?Dalzel, .and Mayne. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed.: . CoRiREsPON; 1DENCE" 5:i..:.: From the Dep?rtment:of-: Lands al ndi Surrey, inviting reference to the notification in the Gorernment GiLette of the'29tli March last of the reservation of ten acres .thirte?nh perches in the parish of Nunawadingans a site for public purposes. From the Same, statingo that the' Crodwn grant for the site of Shire Hall would 'e forthwith prepared. :'- " . . From the Shire Treasurer, stating. that since March 29th he had paid into tliebiink to the credit of the Council the sum'of £2133 Ss. 10d., including £186 10s. 6d. for* rates, and rent *of Whitehorse ?toll for May, £60 9s.4d: Prom John Quinlsan,l a prinifield;'codm lainig of excessive' valuation,: and work required in his neighborhood. It ?as sta...
BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 27th April. Before Dr. Elmes and Mr. Sutherland. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
BETRWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 27thl April. .Before Dr. Elmes and Mr. Sutherland. . ,'John Darling;,v. Ellei Lindov ;assault. Fined 5s. and, £1, costs. Tl~ie ; Diiwges v ..John°P Moran threatening Ianguage.--Fined 10s. with .12s 6d. costs.,:. : Phillip 'Morrison v. :same ; assault. Fined £1 and 12s. 6d; costs. Aht Linn v:. Mrs. Hayes, goods, £ :17s. 3d. Or'der for amount and Sn costs. " _. J. Bethune v? Janmes'Legatt; work and labor, £15 14s. 6d_ Defendant paid into Court l£15 17s ,for 'which an' order .was made ivitlioutcosts: i James Allen Coxon Pv 4lst .t: IeMIulbji assault. Dismissed Thomas McGreal v. Thomas Jones ; friaud summons.-Postponedl for a fdrtiight.) ' Ann Reynolds v. Mrs.: Hook insulting words.- Fined Ss: Gd. and 2s. Gd costs.r .. Thomahis Griffithlis v James ? Collins, larceny of an' axle and two springs.-Dis missed, thie Bench giving defendant the benefit of some doubt. ., Constable Shanahan v: Margaret. Sum mers;. isinsuling lsnizgae ina public place Fined lOs... S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
TO, THE JELECTORS OF SOUTH: BOURKE AND BOROONDARA=:. CI TLEMEN,-Althogh the Generial Eletiono U . 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 several months bad health has prevented me from giving proper attention to my Legislative duties, and if I had not reasonable assuranee of a speedy restoratidonI honutl not think of again offering myself as a-ecandidate. But I may now venture to hope for renered strerigth, and therefore I intend to ask the electors of Boroon dara to choose me once more as their representative. I shall take an early opportunity of accounting for my past condnet, and of declaring my views on the momentous questions awaiting settlemnent. In taking leaveof 'that portion of my constituoency which, under the new Electoral Act, will necessarily require to select another representative, I desire. o tender to the electors my sincere thanks for the kind ness and considoeation,th...
MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 1st May, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'8. REPORT. Melbourne, Ist May, 1877. Dairy Cattle.-Wo have not much alteration to make in our quotations since last week. The market was fairly supplied, and we effected sales of first quality to £13; medium, to 9,. Store Cattle are not much ;yet enquired for We sold dry cows of fair quality and condition to £4 16s. We do not alter our quotations of last week for young stock, our market was barely suplplied, and there were comparatively few enquiries for them. Fat Calves.-The market has been poorly supplied of late, and consequetntly prices are well maintained. Pigs.-We cannot quote any improvement, the market having been over eupplitd f,r somue time paet. We hoped to be atle to report an improvement by this time, but our expectations have not been real. I1d.
KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 25th April. Before the Mayor and Mr. Toon J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
KEW POLICE COURT. &nbsp; Wednesday, 25th April. &nbsp; Before the Mayor aind Mr.Toon J.P. William Giles, of Nunawading, was charged with stealing a pair of blankets from a hut on the premises of William Frankham, of Warrandyte. Prosecutor stated that on Sunday he saw a hut, in his paddock which contained some tools and bedding, on fire. As. he arrived at it the walls fell in and he observed prisoner walk- ing from the direction of the hut. Sus- pected him of stealing some blankets and tools from it, and had a warrant issued to &nbsp; search his hut at Nunawading. Identified the blankets (produced) as those missing. Three witnesses swore to the identity of the blankets. The Police gave evidence of having found the blankets in the hut in which prisoner lived, but he was not there at the time the seizure wasmade.-- The &nbsp; Bench said the prisoner could not be &nbsp; positively identified with the theft as he was not in the house where they wer...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The late rains, though doing a great deal of good to the country; have had a somewhat damaging effect on the roads in most of the shires in South Bourke. The downpour which ?ome on Wednesday night was more particularly disastrous to road conseroction and bridges. as in many instances metal was washed away and emall bridges displaced, which will neceseitate repair. The most serious effect of the heavy rain ap. pears to be the damage done to the large bridge near the property of Mr. John Jordan, in the Oakleigh shire, which will cosat probably over £50 to set right again. 'The flood washed away a breakwater near the bridge, and so damaged the security of the strue ture itself that it is considered nn.afe for heavy traffic to pasa over it. The Shire of Boroondara seems to have suffered considrably, tihe traffic on four roade having been stopped temporarily, viz., Burke road, Glen Iris road, Ferndale road, and Too:ak road. Doubtless steps will be at once taken to hav...
OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, April 26. Present — ThePresident and all the &nbsp; Councillors. The minutes of previous meeting and out- ward correspondence were read and ap- proved of. &nbsp; CORRESPONDANCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Shire of" Meredithi,. elatmi to the permission to erect-unlocked swing gates. It was resolved to concur "with the opinion of.the.irriters, ;and that the :Council would instruct their Parliamentary representatives accordinigly:''; . t &lt;:' ::2 I , . ; ?: ," r;; ,; From Central Board if Health;':forward ing form from ;annual report.-Had been furnished. " . . . From Victorian Shipwreck ReliefSociety, enclosing annual report: I- Trbom Shife?of Maffrta, o' the subject of echd iing roads forIb other lanid to be used for thoroughfares.--Resolved, thati the'Pi? sident attend a Conference, to be heldi.at Hockin's Hotel,'to supporf the proposal; .: Fromt Shire of S Arnaudsuggestin that unused ro...
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 30th April. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 30th April. &nbsp; Present : The President (Mr. Laidlaw) and Councillor Hoare, Williamson, Smedley, Hummell, Holloway and Finger. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed and outward correspon- dence approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From E. Tatham, in reference to the unsafe condition of the Doncaster road, through the quantity of loose metal lying on the road.—Received and to be attended to. From the Shire of Meredith, in reference to swing-gates, suggesting that the license fees from roads leased should be paid into the revenue of local bodies.—A reply to be sent to the effect that a representative would be sent to the Shire Conference to be held at Hockins' Hotel. &nbsp; From Shire of Maffra, suggesting an alteration of the law in reference to "road exchanges," by which the exchange of land instead of existing roads could be affected without the delay, inconvenience, and expense of the present system...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, March 16th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 May 1877
A: ARRIVAL OF THE"ENGLISH MAWi i: (F .` From our Ow.n Correspondent.)' ,x,, LONDONx Mlarch 16th. The 'Eastern Question still occupies and perplexes European statesmanship.. :Since the break up of the conference at Coiistan. tinople `and 'the return of the plenipoten 'tiaries, Turkey -has remained obdurate in i'refusing the demands of the powers; though she professes to. be willing to carry out in -ternal reforms if left to 'do itin her own way and oather own'time. ,Russia desires to apply compulsion, but :is unable to induce En d and the other powers to join herin directly coercing the Porte. The Czar, in a :speech at Moscow, pledged himself, '!before the Conference met; to obtain guarantees '.for the protection of the Turkish Christians, either in co-operation with- the other powers or by separate action; and, to over-awe the Porte, he has three-quarters of a million of men now in arms, ready to launch them over the Ottoman frontier at the fitting mo ment. To meet this danger the T...
KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 2. (Before the Mayor, and Mr. Marshall, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
KEW!,POLTCE COURT. - Wednesday,0ify 20 (Before the Mayor, and Mr. Marshall; J.P.) Thomas Beddon, summoned for not having a light on his dray, was fined 20sR and costs. James Walsh was w charged with furioi2s drivin. ; Defenidant .nas unable to" appear, and the case was postponed. . John Weaver, summoned for: not having proper control over his ,horse, did not ap pear. Defendaint was fined £1 and costs..' Julia Josephs w?as charged by Constable Douglas with wilful and .corrupt. perjury. The case was postponed. in. the absence of defendant's soelicitor. The case againstHarry Rogers, who was charged . fith. viblently?i assaulting; Cane McFaddeni was further .postponend forg. a wveek, as the prosecutor w;as unnable t6: at tend. - The Cousrt then adjourned, ,,
MARKETS. MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 8th May, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
MI A R K E T S. MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. M : elbourne, 8th May, 1877. Dairy Cattle.-Our mnarket was very fairly supplied with dairy cattle last Thursday, all of good quality were sold at satisfactory prices. WVe alro sold a number rof miedium at fair.prices. "We uliote let class to £16 2s. 6d.; medium; to £9; inferior to £6; itore Cattle.-We liad' a fair demand for store cattle last' wek. and sold dry cows at prices varyiig fnim £2 to £5 5s. according to quality and condition. Our supply of young etock was'not up to the average. -There was a fair demand, and thore in the yard were sold at good prices'. SFat Calves.-We note an improvemtnt' in prices last: week. The' sipply, however,: was under the average. Piges'-We cannot report any improvement in prices lest week.-The whole of the Melliourne market having beun overstocked for some titno past we do not expect to see any great improvement for some weeks.
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL Tuesday, 1st May. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
MEETiNGS OF LOOAL. BODIES.: O HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL Tiuesday, 1st May. Adjourned meeting: .Present-The Mayor, " and Councillors Atkyns, Hellicar, Sayce, and Johnson. The minutes of the meeting of the 11th were-read and confirmed.. : CORRESPONDENCE. From the office of Lands arid Survey, informing the Council that the department had been apprised 'that: nothing yet had been i done towards fencing the allotment west of the large reserve.-Referred to the Public Works Cofimmittee. ' From Saldhurst City Council, relative `to the appropriation of fees for transfer of licenses. Fromi Central" Board of Health, relative to hospitals for contagious: diseases: and in regard to disposal of nightsoil.-Referred to the Local Board of Health: From Taylor and Manton; solicitors, re the land required for drainag-e purposes in Yarra. street.-Councillor Atkyns reported that ithe owner insisted upon a covenant that he should be relieved from all expenses in regard to drainage,, and the Council thereon...
BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. :Monday, May 7th. Special meeting,; convened :by the' Pre sident, to consider steps to be taken :to repair dainages caused by the l"late rains. Present: the President and all the Coun cillors. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Gardiner Shire Council;, as to damage 'done; in Bourke( road. -It` w.as agreed that: two; niembers oof the: Council should confer, with 'two, members ?of' the Gardiner Council, and determine mwhat wyas best to be done. ... From the Bulleeni Shire Council, calling attention to the damage done by floods to embankments and bridges; bordering on the Boroondara Shire.-The 'overseer reported that the necessary repairs has been done, and the Secretary was instructed to write to the Bulleen Shire Council, pointing out some damage that had been done on their side. ENGINEER'S REPORT. This report called attention to the damage done on the various roads, and to various other requirements.-It was decided to invite tenders for a new bridge on the Glen Iris ...
THE BOROONDARA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
TFHII BOROQNDAUA EL LCOTION. `.,Professor Pearson addressed the electors ofcBdoroondara at the Shlire Hall, Catnbei-' well,:onY Wednesdaiy last. Coiincillor Thos. IIillid?l occupied the chair":: In his opening ?emarks' the candidate alluded to . the: speeclies lately made on. the :hustings . by Ar.' Service and MIr. Casey, describing them ,as *i.moi important; they,! both ;looked on Si- JIMcCulloch as unworthy of confidence, aAd'considered his programme of very little importance, as besides ;being meagre it was not likely to be supported by sonie of thoise who had hitherto been aiionr'his followeis. In .the concluding portion-of his remarks 'Professor Pearson referred to some, events whichlrliad happened if Ainericn'to .show tlh:e nessitJ of a progressivelainl 't?k.'!i A veot'.ofi cotnihdence, niov'rel by'' Mri,' Norris, secoiidhed b3' Mr. Mildoch, 'sys 'carried unaninumusil r Mr. G. P 'Smitlh i diresed tihe electors of lBoroondari?at thie'Sliire 'ITll,"Camiiber? yiello -o Tlhtitday...
£10 REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
- 10 REWARD.-Stolen or Strayed, a Gu.. . oitsi ,~ branded W over half circle on off side. £2 .Reward :will be paid to any periso:ii:hving found it who will leave it at this?office ;or; if Stolen, a Reward'of '.10 will' b paid on conviction of the thief. The horse was lost in Chuiirch street south, with: saddle iind bridle on.;
KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday May 8th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
SKEW BOROUGI COUNCIL. Tuesday May 8th. ?.Present: The 'Mayor and Couuncillcr DeIeole, Thoirpson,.Baienoft, Barnard, Greenwood, Muieltll!, Mellor aud Miller. c. ObnmPODn?CE. From the manager of the Jehnaton street toll en closing cheque for £23 17e. lid,; total recripts £60 16s.: Fiom the Hawthorn Borough Council connenting to extension of contract for metalling Barker's road. From the Sewor and Water Supply Deplrtment, stating that the cost of removing standpipe and re erecting it'on opposite aide or the road was eetimrated at £5; anid the Onuncil would only be charged the ac?nul cost.--Refetred to the Surveyor, the work to he carried out under his instructions. From the same stating that the reticulation pipea would, be available before the summer, when th as streets would. be? supplied that were formed to the permanent level, and would yield the necessary rove. From "W. Wrixon, consenting to the widening of the road, "but s?ati g tha the land required could better be taken fromi t...
The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877
l, 1t $out` 3Ioutke AND garintoiln Journ al. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, ,1877. BEFORE the 'next'number of this journl: is' issued the very important duty entrusted to the people of chobosing their representatives in the next Parliament will have been ac complished. Friday last was the day.,of nomination, and all the candidates for the various districts; liive beeni duly nomiilated. Friday next is the day of election, and the poll will open it eight o'clock in the morning a??dcoldbe at-fire. The importance of the pro?eri: discharge of their duty on this occasion cannot be too deeply impressed on the :''letors; they must.: throw-: on one side uiny" personal feeling for, particular candidates, and return.r the men whom, after careful examination, they feel certain they can trust implicitly in a great emer gency. Judging from the 'contemp. tible and silly conduct of somse o 'our representatives in the lhst Parliament, ? we' trust that :those of them . who may. be returned must be made to know th...