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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 12th May, [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

CRANBOURNE PmOLICE COUiU ,,,Saturdany 12thMay, Before" ressrs. JamieslLecky, Aleanoder Patterson, and Dr Elms. J.P. iBethune v. Marcell; goods sold. 17s.1 +Postponed to next. Court day. Same v. Thomas Ean ; goods sold, {s. 111d.. Postpdned to next Court da},11 Lenoth v. Gaines; work and labor, 1is. 4d. ,Mr. Loe for cobmplainant. feonddnt objected to pay ill tlie amot claimed, on tlhe gro?nd.that the materis1 (posts and rails) were of inferior quality, but as there was no aoreement made betieea the parties, the Bench miade an order f the amount, with £1' 5s. costs. A slauhtering liceinse was granted Georgeoodman, of Lang lainog.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

The C'hurcile ofREnglandl Midessenger~' a nounces that' on, Sunday afternoons initlie. nmonths of June and July next the Right Rev:' Dr Moorhouise purposes deliverin;, at St Puiil's Church, Melbourne, a course of sermons on the Messianic prophecies.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 9th. Before the Mayor and Mr. Simpson, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. -0 'KEW ; nl POLICE COURT. -.:.Wednhesday, May 9th,. Before the Mayor and Mr. Simpson, J.P. Julia' Josephs was charged, on the infor mation of Const. Douglas, with committing perjury in the charge of assault brought b her against the constable. In the assault case she swore.that she had taken no drink on the day of the assault, and the constable .now birougit: forward evidence to shoew that she had taken drink on the day in question. TIhe.Bench.did sot think the evidence suf ficient, and dismissed the case. Johiin Boyce, landlord of the "Star" Hotel, near the Lon- Hill, was summoned by C:iinstables Keane and :Mooney, of Ker, for permitting liquor, to be drunk in his licensed house on Sunday afternoon, April 29th, between two and three o'clock. The offence wans proved, and a fine of 7s. Od. and costs inflicted. f! LA similar case against Robert Watson, of the Long Hill Hotel, was dismissed. ' James Bennett. was fined 20s. and is. costs, for having a bow at large....

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"THOSE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUSES," &c. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

" THOSE WHO LIVE IN GLASS ''HOUSES," &c. . oWe see ,that: Major W:.C 0: Smith iakes exception to the estimate we have forined 'of the quality of the- new Parliament. .'`He affirms that the men Who have been returned in the popular interest" are: just as good; asjust, as truthful; and as honest as any of those opposed to them." ::We -would point out, however, that he makes a mistake in challenginig ourdescription of his new` col leagues if he is only able to justiy thliem comparatively. We do.not. think that, as a rule, they can be compared with their prede cessors except at'a great, disadvantage,: but even supposing.we are,wrong in this suppo sitiaon, the fict does rot establish their fit ness. If, as Mr G. P. Sinith has publicly averred,:" some of the men returned are not without social position, but, as regards their commercial soundness itwould .be an ad venturous, person .who wvould tiust'; them ;with a 25 note," the act ?'of 'd pariiifig?theli with others will.not cbhon...

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LOVE ON AN ICE-POND. a STORY OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

ILOVE RON .:AN ICE-POND. aETDOtY OF RItEAL LIE. Sarah Angel. was pretty, quite the belle of GoEsip town,; ld i knewt i S e was sweet eventeen o hard da expreos e eye!, sad fne featuree. That she had numeros beaux was a faet as ,well settled as that shb ad beauty to attract them. Where lovely flowers bloom bees and humming-birds are soure to be fNot tUd U at en?a'etablisheniit .here sli went s?oppjggg not an idler living on his gentility in town; 'ot evn?'th? two dz. r lss ilitan-. offic who we euiartered n I the town, but had cast loviing and tlangishig glancees upon the pretty'fee' and fairy figure ofour heroine. I call her our "heroine" becausettii'i'fashiloniamong writer, n-iot that se had peibr'asdiuy art more hericn than ito refise to make some half-dozen ighing.lovers happy with her heart adhaniand . .. Conscious, as'she was ',of youth andbeuity, anid their ?erfa`idvantege, it is.by no means wonder ful thatthe ong lady referred to rein" herf in dependence f ?heumatrimonI?al yo...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Before the Mayor, Dr. Molloy, Mr. Toon, and Mr. Sayce. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

`HAWTIHORiY POLICE COURT. Befo"re!the` Miyor, Dr. ?Molloy, Mr. Toon, I i?,:;~l : ??a?and"Mr Sayce. J.. , A. G. Utberev. John Allen* goods, £1 14s. G6d. Ajourned:forsa week. :;,illiamin :Henidersoni of the Ratil Hotel Hawthoilrn was summoned for selling lhquor in his licensed houise on the 6th inst. Defendant ? admiittied ,:the .offence. '?nh iolice went into the iouse in plain clothe and, found three mediriindrikkig slc. Dfl fendnt. wasf fine~_ 40, and2ss. ds d costs. iDavid 0 OReg?n iwas fined is. and lS" '. costs; and Thomas and Joseph Pierce, Gd each and costs; for driving ithwiit I Mo 11ner v Henley work and labor, £ No npparone. arc '

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

* MISCELLANEOUS:: ' A:favorablle report hhs been received from the Beechworth:prospecting party, who are :ti present enganed in sinking at' Miiru-' mungee. Three 'ifferent seams of gold hiave :beiiediscovered; all trending in one'direc ti6oin niki? is exIpected that a payablolead;' niillshortly. be struck',j LF: ; - i It has been decidedin Melbourne to form aiVictorian:Footballl1s ia'tc6ii to'consist of delegates from senior clubs, the entrance fee to be £1 SThirty four brigades, comprslng 900 men; have agreed to gd to6'Geelbntg to take ~part in ither forthcoming fire brigade demonstra: SAFcorrespondent seinds the following to thie Ballarat Ceouier:--" A lively scene took place at theiRomin liCatholic Church, Duns. tdown, Warrenheip, on Sabbath last. 'After tle morning servi'?? the officiating priest summoned those who had votes to attend at tlhe altar. One gentleman, whose position and education entitled him to respect, althouligh agood Catholic, said he did not believe in Dan Brop...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

THE - ELECTIONS. On Friday last the elections were i sId of members for' the; niiith`. Assembly; fý thie Victorian Parliament, and on various griounds it will hereafter lieo looked bn:axis a1i `"most memorable day in _the political history of thiscolony. The general result is such that Sir. J. McCullocll and his colleagues` have felt themselves called0 on. to:resign tltheir seats. The electors generally apiipeared 'to' ta?6 reat interest in the elections for ther mem bers of the Assembly, which "were.' held oan FriJay ; party Spirit ran very high in sone places. On this occasion the 'lolling booths were open from eight' o'clock in?.the morning till five o'clock in the evening, instead of from nine o'clock till four' o'clock, as has been the case at previous' elections. We scarcely think that the? chainge' was necessary ; it was urged in tlhe Assembly that working-men and day laborers gener ally would thus be afforded greater facilities for recording their votes, but we. believe we a...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, 15th May. 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

&IESSRS? i STRETTLE'AND CO'd:?IRERORT. ., :? :',,, ?)L?--16th'May=,=lS7? o Dairy Cattle. W? iad a lfair' iFply of ::milcl ooweh latt Thureday; but few of them ,were df first quality.' Really good cows are' saleable .at fair pricer, but inferior aorte tare not mliuch' wanted;:. Our sales :were for firsto-lais cowse to £11' lsie second quality, : tore Ottle.-Our market was -onl moderately. supplidd' with store' cattle last week,: and tho?n? in crnsidted principally of dry cows; which'realised fromr £2 12?A?G ?to'56 ' 17. l6d i:according to quality. and" conuditif iYouungstuok woere poorly repretented, and .lere was not much demand for themr' i Fat (slves.--The supply--last-Friday was under the average;, nadl; prices, were coneequaetly well iaiaiitdd. . . PiPg.eOd r market was. well supplied. with all soits tat;, Friday, but 'w cannot report any improvement. The .general electioni .interfered, rmaterially with business, any quotatiori? wold therefore be onnreliablie

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

AVNCAE A AUSTRALIA .. ., . lY AOV'ANC AUSTROALIA STEAM POWER SUPERSEDED` BY THE INVENTION OF THE ATEOSPIERIe-AS ENGINE For Economically driingv PF~IN ††††IIG AC:HINR, 01 EEYDESCRIPTION. r rr trBE o n Rl.. ,a .1.Ai, r ELX to'ins establsshment; = oendered necessary b atni icAeasig se - culation' of the Journal't enables him to' ~exente {Printing. of, all: kinds with greater despatch and n the best stylea.. LAm Executed wjith 'despatol; 'on' the modt reai'able' 'rm AT. rt tr ' FTH ersi'e * '" i..:. :·· :· 1-iiý '`Soutlz 3Bourke , ilor.nmgbon iJournzql 'Ojice." Ac citBoo eoand ho d" de',,t ;p7 t L`.,:Yd ew to e d'intCh qne Books cu al e ios 'd a s r su r le' t at ;: ' t a Order Bool c a d'! Cnes nswl ms P1. nec lavoices ": Ag~Ln~resmoas lb ., absh Cards *., deeripso 'Spec ifcatios Bill~ Hieadtringsp~i:· *"' ~ jl~t ' wii - -i rr a Notice ?++ F £(,ý {<tYrir .s it f*; ý t F;i r', '. f ,i 'ý~f t ; Ever descrlle iptti of Pr i',nL+ting e.ecu te d £ e d tioucly, on d 7T asu perort s...

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THINGS WORTH LIVING FOR. AN IMPEDIMENT IN YOUR SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

$- THINGS WORTH LIVING OR. d Aoe InmEDnI ElT II, YOUR SPEEI." iThere are people who condider blindness the greatest affliction with which a peron cn bcan visited ; but those who have lost the nee'of their' eyes have; at least the pity and consideration of their more fortunate fellona. Th e ighlelea may r command gaidoceanc anssistanco from dogse and men, but there is nouglt bt mimicry and ridicule for you if ynour are unlucky eanough to h"avea ihat impediment in your epeech. known as stutterng . i t Dimbnes,' like blhrdnes, finds commieeration from ,everyone but tutt'ering-that warring'; betweed dumbness `and speech 'th'at inartienlate' articlation creates ;only irth Liko the toothache, its great annoance can 'be properly appreeiteditonly'by you whO own troublesome jaws. Go where yon will; you foliow iHaret eldVie tothe pal3 erattl'ii ito " S"peak the speech, I pray youI .,You go into a restaurant, in the middle of ihe~day to have your dinner: The watie i ha?id o the?? bill of fare,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

SCALE ONf IOt" H ADVE1TiSIR'Y Iwenty Word, for One Inrertion ..;.. ; :... l1 Twentyto Thirty Wotdso do : : ... 2s Thirty to Forty .Words,, : do . . . 3s Above Forty Words, at the rate of3s ineh ii for One Insertion only. ' A large Dtsoour .upon all:Advertieements appearing for Three Months- :; Advetiements nmste specify on the fae of them the number of inssrtions, or they will be' continued and charged for till eonnterimanded:. All orders for withdrawal or alteration'td be sent -in on the dad prior topnblication.! : DR E 0 Tit 0E R Y Solicitors MILLE?, THOMAS'' 64+Little 'Coliis ?t?eet east, Melbournm; and Toonali Cottage; Vat tletree road; Gardine. :' -": -.. Butchers p'II'NIGEII, JOHN, 'GeneralVFamily. Bntcher . Rowena Parade,tRichmond;.. Miscellaneous-- ,,i :. ::: ; , J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufactlurer, 117a Car digno street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. :' Grazing Paddocksa PINT; EY'S GRAZING PADDOCK, Pakenham. -Address: 13lYork str...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

Wi EDNESDAY, MAYI, 16 ? 18772 .rr": Now that the new mebers of Parliament have to all intents' and purposes eien returned; ,itiiay noiit be out; of place to glance: at the prospects, hich they have before them n Thie Ministerialiits have Ibeen. defeatedll; and Sir Jaimesi McCulloch has, thought it proper to resign, buti we believe` it 'vill be` found -that men of moderateh vews as'' distinguished' froni those wivo wish t have aii penal laind'ta imposed oni tlie holders of large} estates are in a majority in the House. There area great many; members who are put .downas Oppositionists to. Sirf I:McC?llcch, butithey 'areinflueniced by merely personal motives; .we: refer- to:. such. men as-Mr. - Service, Mr. Casey, and Sir 0. G. Duffy, and it may be stated asi ain ' bsolute fact that Mr. <Berry has-, no,very larg follo=i ingi in:! the new ?Parliament.- His main proposition-?.wasa that_;there should.be a heavy progressive ' land itax,i but an analysis of: the list' will show t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.. : i - -0o- A 'ather peeculiar case has arisen, and which may. be born in mind by Roturning Cllers at elections. The following syripsis' of the affair- ppeared in one of the tMeolboirneo daily papers, and seems to be cdrrect?4i¶Arn application was made in'Chambeis yesterdyd morning, by Mr. Kidstoin, to theOhliief Jistice .for o orderto attalch and pay over to Mr: W?.V Hutchinson, a juduneinitcrcditor .of Mr. Na= :tliniel Beasley, and unuuceessful aspirant-for. munit cipal honors at Hotham, £10, deposited.vith the.re 'turning.oficer, Mr. Josh. Green, to.abide.the result of the -election. Mr. Green attended, ahd adniiteol that he had the money, and would abide the order s6 payit over. . He. stated that at-thto-l present time the town clerk'-held theo £10, hbut he' (Mi.Greo'n) was responsible for its -payment.-- His Honor then made the order, and on the application of Mr. Green for costs of his attendance alloired him l0s. The order was'served on Mr. Green;,aid upon...

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PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

PHILLIP' ISLkND' SHIRE' :COUNCILi? S Saturday, 19th Ma3i'. Preseht--ThiTe`President(Mr M;. Tuinlifil) and Counaillrs Siinderlsidd Fwiler Smith; SThen miilitis f tlihprevious~and an- ad= o?diied ?iietiiig:-arid 6iitwaid [correspo'n doence were read and.confirmed. S........CORERSPvnENCE .. tFrons'-affra Shiird Coausiil>'itlireference to sending,.a delegate to.lelbourne to re present the Council at a dconiferencet tbe held on the 22nd instanti:~-I- oved by Councillor Kennedy end secodnded by CouncillobrStew art, that the letter lay on the table.-Coun cillor Smitli`moved as an amendmentiseco;n dedlby'Councillor Fowler, that ? .delegate ~fom~this Council represent them at ..a con ference to be held on the 2ind insjiifti The` amendment w asi.lostgtand thetoriginal motion carried. ::_.. : i .Moved .by Councillor Kennedy, seconded byCouncillor Stewart, andr carried, tf:hit i letter froi T Bi:'nntz sirdsyor, with Ire-' ference to levels to bie'taken.Y t Cowes, stand over for consideratid;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

TO t E-ECTORS' oftlieDISTRICT ENTLEMEN,-In retiring from contesting the sent for the Legislative Assembly of Victoria I beIg to say that it is with reigret that I do so. . My pnrnincip reason for withdrawing was the sacrifice which I would have to makeo of my stock, ehowirg a loss of from twenty to five and twenty under eopt ; also the impossibility of passing::'off:mylbook debts` and rolling stook, without similar results and dis advantages.: I trust we shall all meet again on a future occasion, and should you do me the honor to call on me by requisition to represent you I will be most happy so to do, and hope you, my eupporters of, the present, will be those of the future. Yonrs ever faithfully, W. E. GIBSON. Clolta, Miulgrave, May 8th, 1877. IMI'POFR TArT SALE Of Live.and;Dead Farming: Stock,: Horses, Store Cattle, Milking Cows, Pigs,. &. .R. W. H. BItADLEY?:has'~.eceived inetruc I- -tiohs? TrotiVlr, J;." C. Hann -to" SEL[rh by AUCTION on Friday, May 25th.instant, at Elev...

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LOCALE OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

LOCALE OF THE WAR??. The revolt of- the Caucasians promises to be a more revere blow to Rnesia than half a dozen serious defeats by the Turks in Europe. It tamk many years to subdue the country, some of Rsesia's best generals have had their laurels tarnished there, and with an army of 120,000 men the Czar has been scarcely able to mainlain a foothold in those parts. Sehamyl, the Caucasian chief, harassed the Russians incessantly in the latt war. He seemed to be ubiquitous, for. routed with hls wild and fanatio followers oneweek, and himself supposed to be slain, he turned up agela the nest at the hMol a Iarger foree, ad ts tr quently won orgngement5 by his promptitude and da . In 1. Is i t53.4., r ther Russians had defeiaed the Turks in lieo nei0l!bolhlod of Ardahan, it was ulnqu?ietionashlytl e Caiicarian chief, Schamyl, who pr?ventr d thern f;l'owing" rip their adva?tage.. He thrilat'end Tifilti with 16,000 men ?,anid Prince Beltofll wa forced to- 'ind 'iback a large [ortion of is...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

odittb 330utke 41 i AND -b i -a nn al. WIDNESDAY, AIRY 23, 1877. A?nunberof 'regulations, thirty in aill have been issued by the Government under the State Forests Act, and if they are well carried out, a substantial revenue may be obtained under them.: The State 'Forests may. be considered as'i occupying a similrjposition here to:that which 'the' Crown Estates occupy in the United Kingdom,, and if they: are well.: preserved and carefully looked after, a large revenue may ultimately be derived from themn which .should supplement to a great extent the ordinary revenue of the colony. It has been urged by some persons that, the State should'be'the sole landlord, but while-a vicious monopoly would thus: be created, the permanent settlement of any. country, in which this system might be ad opted, wolild be very much discouraged. In the United'. Kingdom formerly the Crown had very; large hereditary:estates, from the revenue of which the expenses :of th 1Roya! Household and other die blirs...

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THE WAY OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

THE WAY OP THE.WOULD. Fast friends till death. Fred now cuts Will, Two children in their diawn of ife-.: 'Untouched by sorro; sl;, or stifo With load and merry laughter; played _ "" :And spcrted thiough'the ylVn'glade: : Two eliardy boys cmposed this?pair ,. The dark haired Pied and Wiil the ,air. Short tiame ans ye they'd bet on earth;' 'Bit had been frienda alm~ot Iroin birth; SAnd neither one had ever known i i:.f " . A pleasure felt hy him alone :?, " f. , " . F'or'dark-iaired Fre'd and 'ill hFair Eich in the other'a joys bore shar. ':Watching oe day .the setting an ",?:!: S~.aid Fred Unto the fair-hair'd one S"'By yon blue sky that o'er ns bends, We shall be'ever faithful friendE Aye, till our very latest breath I!"'' " ' -;And Will replied; "Fast friends till death. Fast friends till death l. A foolish vow, .,. < Dectated by many, purled nowv .;; SWh;whien thteyr made it, littlle ni'd',i What trivial cause will frieaidlthipe end : . How but a puff of aenedal brieat~...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

LOCAL, INTELLIGENCE. · -0 To morrow, Thursday, May 24th, being the Queen's birthday, has been gazetted as a public holiday. Regarding an action brought in the County Court on Thursday last, Hall v. Gallagher, we'take the following from the Argus :--! Samuel Hall, of Nuna wading. sought to recover £90 damages from Peter Gallagher, also a farmer, for an alleged violent assault. . It appeared that on the 6th March lsst, the parties met'in an'hotel and began talking politic?, Hall holding to'the Side of McCulloch, while Galla gher expressed his approval of the Berryites. Firom politics they got into the dangerous topic of naiion alities, Gallagher contending that Irishmen were' better fighters than Englishmen, and Hall stating that Irishmen were unable to hold their own country against the English, and that all tlihegood O'Shariassy and Duffy had done this country was "to obtain: pensions for themselves. The result of their altorca tion was a fight, in which Gallagher hit Halla severe b...

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