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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 2nd June. Before W. Templeton, P.M., W. R. Looker, and John Jordan, Esqrs., JP. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

:OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 2nd June. Before W. Templeton, P.M., W. R. Looker, and John Jordan, Esqrs., JP. SCatherine Bergin v. John Davey; wilful damage to property. No appearance. Constable Fawkner v. Margaret Riley; Sunday trading. Postponed for 14 days, on the application of Mrs. Riley. Constable Fawkner v. Francis Bnlch; carrying fire-arms on a Sunday.. Defendant stated that. the gun was not loaded, -and that he was simply carrying the gun home. Dismissed with a caution.. Constable Falkner'v. Jolin Boland and Patrick Sullivan; no control, which con sisted of their leaving their horses on the road whilst they were doinr their.beer. Fined 2s. Gd. each. Court then adjourned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

TI?OAT o. FFTWiONI AND HO IN.S..--All sffer ing fromn initation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably rsurprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown'a Bronchial Tioclies." TIliee famous "lozenges" are now sold by most rerpectable ehemists in thllis country at Is Sld. per. ?x . People troubled with a "hacking cough," a .'"light' cold," or brncthial alleotions, ce not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Palmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are on the Government Stamp around each box -Manufactured by John 1. Brown & Bone, Boeton, United States. Depot, 493 Oxford-street, London.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

' TheliSouth Australian Parliament was opened on the 31st 'ult. by the, Acting Governor with the usual formalities. A welcome was given on Thursday even ing last at the Collins street Independent Church to the Rev. Thiomas Jones, the new iastor of the church, and successor of the late Rev. A. MI. Henderson. There was a large attendance, :and thie Revo. Mr. 'Kent presided. Various addresses were delivered to the Rev. Mr. Jones, to which he made an appropriate reply. A rush liansta?ken place.:at Fletcher's Creek near Sandhurst.;: The original pros pectorshave got good gold,; but have not thoroughly tested the discovery yet. It is supposed to bi only a patch.

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 2nd. (Before Mr Benson and Mr. Bellin, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

GARDINERt POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 2nd. (Before Mr Benson and Mr Bellin, J.P.) John Penny. v. Patrick Conroy; illegal detention of property.-Dismissed. Ellen Anderson v. E. Cartledge; fraud sumimons, £8 s.--To be imprisoned for one month.. Constable Waters v. Thompson; 'horse "waiidering.-Fined 10s. Maurice Griffin v. Michael Nathan; as sault.. Complainant keeps the Gardiner hotel. Nathan •had been to the races, was drunk, arid had a row with Griffin in the bar. On account of defendant.making use of indecent, expressions, complainant at tempted to turn him out, and in the melee Nathan bit Griffin's lip. Defendant was apprehended on warrant for. the assault. Mr .Miller appeared' for Nathan, Who was fined 2Os.: . : Eliza' Foley v. James Campbell;. abusive language.-Dismissed. . . . The Inspector of Nuisances summoned Joseph F. Higgins for using manure without the consent of the local'authority of Caul field.". ' Mr Miller appeared for the prosecu tion, and Mr Woolcott for the defe...

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"OUR DEFENCES." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

"OUR DEFENCES." (By Joe iluggins). If ever there was a oolony In this world well fitted up for invasion of any kind it is this 'ere colony we inhabits, flourishin' under the name of Victoria and defrin' all nations to " come on."" They're ain't oanother colony in the world free'r from danger than onrs is (tarrin' Tasmania) and to prove this 'ere statement all yet got to do is tew look at " Our De fences"; and what do they consist of? Why bat teries andr ardbagsl That's what they consist of, and batteries as are built so close together that a mos. qitoicoould't get his little toe in-no, not even if he was to take his boot off and try for an hour. That's batteries I Our batteries ain't mere pop-guns either. So, they're just the reverse, for they consists of 300!bh Harmstong guns, so big as it requiresa man and ahoy t, move 'em, let alone fire 'em, and ones as is war ranted to kill at any distance if they're only aimed straight. Look, for instance, at the ferocious battery of twelve gu...

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FRAUD ON THE CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

FRAUD ON THE CITY OF MEL BOURNE BANK. After making a searching investigation of the recent clever forgeries upon the City of Melbourne Bank, the detectives believe that they are now in a position to elucidate the frauds and to bring the offenders to justice, it being now evident that there was. more than one person implicated. The results of their enquiries pointed to three men-James Fovwler, 85 years of age, a clerk employed at Mr. James WV. Thompson's land agency office in Lonsdale street west; Elias Thompson, alias Pierson, 41 years of age, also a clerk, recently employed at the same office; and John Hirst, a cabman residing at Footscray. -Considering their case suffi ciently matured, Senior-detective ,Williams and DetectiveBrown and Foster on Wednes day arrested these three men, Fowler at his place of employment,- Thompson at a house situated between Footscray and Braybrook, where he had been- residing, and Hirst at Footscray. They brought their prisoners to the detective-office...

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CAUSES FOR CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

CVszs wono CONlYmxca.-In these days of hum. bug and imposture the public are naturally distrust ful of assertion unaccompanied by proof. This is particularly the case in regard to advertised reme dies, many of which are devoid of the slightest merit. But a medical stimulant, profeuionally indorsed and used for twenly-five years as a curative of debility, nervous disorders, kidney and bladder ailments, dypepsis, and rheumstism, deserves and receives publi confidence. Witness UnDOIoO WouLse BcmSnan AosTu BSCHAPPs.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

It is no fault of the Crown that another knight has not been added to the already long list of the Order of St. Michael and St. Georgein Australia, on the recent anniversary of Her Majesty's birthday. We believe we are correct in stating that the offer of a knight hood was made to Mr. Francis "within' the last few days, which offer, to his credit be it said, he refused. This is now'the third time the same gentleman has refused a knight-. hood, once by Viscount Canterbury and twice by Sir George Bowen.--Age. Rich'iojnd is decidedly "in the field" in the matter of conuring sad rearing of coursing. doe?s Mlr. D. G Clark, of the Staffordehire Tannery, Yarraherd, has for some time taken an interest in eoursing and doge; but at last he has been rewarded, having, at the coars ng match on Saturday last won the Tasmanian Stakes of £75, and a splendid cup value fifty geineu. The dog, which bears the name "o Telegraph, is a Richmondite, reared Iy Mr. Clark in Y.rraberg, has not even had the ad...

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THE CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

THE 'CONVENT OF THE GOOD SIIEPHERD, :ABBOTSFORD. On Wednesday afternoon I paid a visit to the above institution to add an addenda to the long minute details of "The Vagabond." There is now being erected at the eastern end of the convent grounds, two splendid brick buildings from the plans of Mr. Kelly and under the superintendence of Er. Henly, the contractor. The boundaries of the build ings are 355 feet all round. Each structure is 25a feet wide, and 27 feet high to the tie beams, having three large dormitories and two small, refectory, work-room, &c. There are three large rooms 8(S by 251 feet, and 50) small ones. One third of the building one side of the court-yard, is to be three storeys high. The bottom storey will con sist of a mangling room, dormitories for two of the "Good Sisters, " a room for imbeciles and invalids, baths, closets, &c. All tile buildings are entered by two doors with granite porches and staircases. The build ings are of the Gothic order an...

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THEATRICAL NOTES. MR. W. S. GILBERT'S PLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

THEATRICAL" NOTES; AIR. W. 8. GILBERT'S PLAYS. A wditer in Temple Bar for lay,: 1873, says that in hlis'workes the above author has found "1a new miine of dratnatic wealth," and apart from the charge of cynlicism which was lately entered upon in 'a recent action which MIr. Gilbert brought. against the Pall Mall Garste,, we cannot help adding onr.vaice in oorroboration of what was written of theen comedies four years ago. Those that have been recently published in handy book form by Messrs. Chatto and Windus comprise the author's chef d'oeuvre, " Pyg malion, and Galatea," "The Wicked World,', " Charity," " The, Princes, " T"The Palace of Trtll'," and "'Trial by Jury." :Looking at the success which has attended the production of at least three of these in Australia, let us try to find the secret cf Mr. W. S. Gilbert's sncen, and also the reason of the imimonE popularity which his works hoave enjoyed.. Referring to '" Pygmalion" and "The Wicked World," which are now before nu,' and to ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

ue e ut oita lhe SAND WEDNESDAY, JUNE G, 1877. T~a olicy of the Government,' which was made known by Mr. Berry on Wed nesday. evening last at Geelong, is any thing'. but reassuring.': .He began by congratulating.his party on their victory, but we imagine that it will be found that the victory is a purely personal one, con sisting merely in the accession to office of Mr. Berry. and .his colleagues.. We certainly cannot believe that Mr. Berry will succeed in carrying his principal measures," conceived, as they are, in in justice, and calculated to set one class of the community against another. '-He pointed out on Wednesday, as he did a year and a half ago, that 'the mining interest was on the' decline, and that the country was being- ruined by land monopoly; the first of these allegations is no doubt correct, but who is to blame ? MIr. Berry' and' the men wlid uphld protection', have laid taxes on the people which tend' to' discourage idll enterprise. The.miners and the' farmers get ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

Tvdaltistilb Ditisovery for the Tair1Ifynyohri air is turninoggrey or white, or falling off, use "The Mexli canlsHair:;Renewer," for it willppsitiely reestoe in c?ery case grey or tolite hair to its original' colour without leaving the disagreeable smell of most "'Re storers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chminist for"' The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared bj~. Hinry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford-street, London, and sold'b Chemists and Perfumeor every whre at 3s, Gd perbottle. Avtce TO MOTuenS--are you broken in your rest by ,a sick child ilferintg with the pain of cuttinig teith ?!,,Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of its. Winsiow'ei doothing Syrup. Itwil relieve the poor, snuffter ituiediately.' It is, perfectly harmIles and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain; and the little cherub awakhes "as bright as a button.','.. It ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

SCALE OF CBHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. Toe:rtS 1ords., for One Insertion : . .. Is Intr to Thirty Words, do ... . 2s Thirty to Forty Worde, do ... .. atovr Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A largo DlScOusT upon all Advertisemaents appearing for Three Months. Adv ttirtmenlt most specify on the face of them the number of ins?rtions; or they willt be continued and charged for till counterimanded.'i All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. D I R E CT O.R' Y. Solicitors MIILLER. THOMAS, 64 Little Collins, treet east, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Weta tltree road, Gardiner. Butchers IINNIGEIt. JOHN, General Family' Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond., , i'. , qiscellaneous-- . . : j. HOLT, Water Filter Mannuacturer; 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street.: Grazing Paddocks PINNEY'S GAZIN, G PADDOCK Paknenham. -Address: 13 Ylork street, Prahiran.' Surveyors ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

On the 3rd June, at his residence, Dandenong, Alexander Watt Bowman, aged forty-seven, an old resident of the district, who was much re- spected.                  

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday June 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday June 2. John Lowe v. Joseph Collins; work and labor £2 1s. 4d.- Settled. Sydney Smithson v. Daniel Green; goods sold £1 19s. 9d.-Order for amount with 5s. costs, to be paid in weekly instalments of 10s. John Buckley v. Geo. Chaundy; willfully   trespassing on private lands in pursuit of game.-It appeared that defendant was seen upon complainant's land at Scoresby with a dog and gun, upon which the charge was founded,-Fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs, with a caution not to repeat the trespass to defendant as he could be fined £10. August Mosig v. Malcolm MacPherson; use and hire of a dray and two horses, £8 10s. Complainant conducted his own case in the absence of Mr. Miller, and Mr. Lowe appeared for defendant. The com- plainant sued for 18s. per day for the horses and dray, which was disputed by the defendant, who said that the agreement between them was for carting by the hundred of rails, and that he had paid him the full amount agreed u...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

KEW B3OROUGH COUNCIL. Tdesday, June 5. Present: The Mayor (Mr. Phipps), .and Councillor Mellor, Miller, Marshall, Bar= nard,: Greenwood,. Do Mole,, Thompson and Bencraft. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirned, 'end outward corres pondence approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From Manager of Johnston street toll, enclosing the. proportion of rent for May, £23 17s. lld.--Received. From Melbdurnoe City Council, inviting representatives to' a conference with re ference to the expiry of the, law regarding tolls, to be held on the 12th June.-Llhe Mayor was deputed to attend. From the Melbourne Harbor Trust Com mission, reqitesting that' the Council would endeavour ,to preirent any filth .and debris being drained into the Yarra that could be prevented.-To be replied to, stating that there was no drainage flowing into the Yarra from the' Borough except from the Metropolitan Asylum. . . From Kew Cricket Club, asking the Coun cil to appoint delegates. to meet representa tires from 'the...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

HAWTHORN -POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 15th. Before the Mayor, Mr. Sayce, Mr. Toon, and Dr. Molloy J.P. Tyrrell and Waters v.Fairbanks; work and labor, £5 5s.-Adjourned for a week. Williaom Dickinson, Tlios. Price, and Henry Withers, three boys, were charged on summons with breaking wiodows.-A boy named John Lawrence, residing in Camberwell, deposed that on the 23rd May about 5 p.m. le was in Mrs. Turner's shop, and saw the prisoner Dickinson throw a stone with a shanghai at the Wesleyan chapel, and brnk a window; the other boys were there, and one of them threw a stone with his hand.-A lad, named John Price; deposed that on the evening of the 23rd of May he saw the three prisoners throwing stones at the Wesleyan Chapel, and break ing the windows.-Henry Brooks, residing in Upper Hawthorn, deposed that he was one of the trustees of the Wesleyan Church. On the 29th of May le saw that nine panes had been broken, eight on one side, and one on the other, where a stone had been sent right ...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 30. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HIIAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL, Wednesday, May 30. ORDINAIRY MEETING. Present: The Mayor, Councillors Molloy, Atkyes, Hellicar, Denny, Johnson, Sayce, Knipe and Wallen. The minutes of the previous meetin were read and confirmed. • CORRESPONDENCE. From II. Follett, complaining of the drainage from Mr. Box's premises, Power street.-eferred to the Mayor to see Mr. Box, MIr. Follett, and others. From the Department of Agriculture with voucher for £27 2s. 4d. on account of vote for parks and gardens.-Referred to Treas urer. From the Central Board of Health, ask ,o: when the arrangements for draining Mrs _'G;orman's property would be completed. The Town Clerk was instructed to reply that the work would be proceeded with'at sare. From the Town Clerk of Melbourne, in Citing the Council to send delegates to a conference on the expiry of.tolls.-Referred to he Mayor and Councillots Molloy and Irom T. Evans, asking the Council to take over roads on his estate.-The nTown Cl...

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LIFE IN A SURVEY CAMP IN SOUTH GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

LIFE IN A SURVEY CAMP IN SOUTH GIPPSLAND. BY TYWANDERER. Last winter, I was for some time engaged by a Survey Party in Brandy Creek. We were the whole time in the south portions of this district, and three times we shifted campl. At first I liked the life very much. We were then on a selection not far from the small townships that are upon the new line of railway. Here time passed very pleasantly, and we were continunally seeing callers. Therere were always of an evening songs, step dancing, and yarns, in any abundance. In fact, we had staying with us, in the large tent, a gentleman whom they called the Head Surveyor, of Some where, and this party was so disturbed by our boisterous mirth that he put his head outside his tent and ordered all lights to be blown out. We having surveyed his -bald head for a moment, and heard his imperious command, hastened to obey, but all pro tested that if " Cockey" (the nick-name given to our own Boss,) had done this, there would be the devil's own r...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 2. Present: The President (T. Attenborongh, Esq.) and Councillors Smart, Keys, Mac Mathon, Rodd, and Potter. The minites: of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and outward corres pondence read and approved of. CORRESPONDnNCE. From Railways and Roads Department, in reply to the Council's letter, stating that Mr. Swords was not authorised to act as Secretary for the ratepayers; stating. that with the original petition for sub-division of the Centre Riding, Mr. Swords was tlie address given.-Received. From Railways and Roads Department, stating tlht the account for money agreed to be paid for works to carry off flood waters from the' creek, had been passed to the Treasury for payment.-Received. From the Treasury, directing attention to the formation of a sinking fund in con nection with the loan.-Received. From the Treasury, asking that an account be prepared of the fees paid for licenses, &c., to the Shire,.in 1876, and five per c...

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