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GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 31st May. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 31st May. Ordinary meeting. Present: The Pre sident (Councillor Benson,) and Councillors Middleton, Woodmason, Lewis, Edsall, Bellin, Lorimer, Heywood, and Newport. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. - DANCING-ROOM LICENSE. An application for a license for the As sembly Hall, Boundary-road, which had been postponed from the previous meeting, was considered. Petitions for and against the application were received from residents. It was also objected to by the police, on the ground that it was a nuisance, but there were no personal objections to Mr. En siedell, the applicant.-Councillor Bellin said that when the place was formerly licensed as a dancing room, it was deemed a nuisance.-He moved that the license be not granted.-Councillor Edsall seconded the motion.--Councillor Lewis did not agree with- the sentiments of the last speaker. Dancing was a pastime, which a large number of ?well-conducted persons delighted- in. It wa...

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EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN BOURKE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN BOURKE STREET. A very extensive birglary was perpetrated on Thursday. night, between 9 and 11 o'clock, on the premises of Mr. Goldstein, jeweller and , watchmaker, Buorke-street, east, who has recently taken the business formerly carried on by Mr. Elder. It appears that at, the rear of the premises a new building was in course of erection, and scaffolding up to the second story had been placed in close proximity to the iron-barred windows. Up to six o'clock at night every thing was safe, and it was the custom of the watchman to inspect the buildings after the close, not the leastsuspicion was aroused until one of the employes, who las been in the habit of sleeping upon the premises-.but with IMr. Goldstein's permission was allowed a short time to himself between 9 and 11 at night-returned. Upon seeking the watchman out, he found an entrance had been effected at the back. The watchman, it appears, had gone his usual round, but observed nothing, and, from his own ...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 30th May. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Mr. Bosisto, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

RICICII3OD POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 30th May. lire Mr. Templeton, P.M1., and Mr. Bosisto, J.P. d icholls was summoned for not sending his child to school.--The Inspector   an r the Education Act, Mr. Rider, who co cted the prosecution, said the state na of the mother was that the child we I not go to school, and he was simply all, ed to avre his own way. The certifi ca .f rihe head teacher was to the effect ith he child had not attended the school. 'l efendant said he had no control over tlhe ild till the 24th March, as lie was not mard to the mother till then.-Case diets <ed. John Middleton was summoned on a   similar charge. Defendant said his children had had bad eyes. The Inspector said Mrs. Middleton informed him that her daugh     ter attended the school at the Richmond Townhall, but he subsequently found that   the attendance was as follows :-ln January and, in February three days, and in March eight ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

LOGAL INTELLIGENaE. BERWICK STATE SCHOOLS.-The following were the prize-takers eon~the occasion of the late com petitiveo xamination :-Berwick school, John Brown 3rd 'rize Gth -class £1. An drew Buclianan 3rd prize, 5th cloei 15s. J?mce Wilsen:let prize 4th 'class I £1; Robert Baii 2nd 'prize 4tlhi clas l15s. James .Wilson' second special prize 10s.--?Eumem mering. School ; Mary 'Donnell 3rd prize 2nd class 5s.- Harkaroy School Alfred Warren' lst priie 5th class £1 10 ; Fanny Barr2nd prize4th clam £1; William Crichton 2nd prize 3rd class 10s.; Mlary Fleer let prize 2nd class, 10.;. Carl Fritzlalf 2nd prize 2nd class 7s. 6d.; Alfred Warren let special prize £1 is.--Narree- arran School, Mary Coz.lst prize Gth class £2; Lavinia Vaico 2nd prize'6th class £?L 10s; Oath. AlcClements 3rd prize 4th class 10.'; Rosa Wooster 1st prize 3rd class 15s. ; Louisa Morrell 3rd-'prize 3rd class 7s. 6d. It must' be remembered that the Eumemmering and Harka- way schools did not compete in sixth class....

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CLOSING OF THE HARKAWAY ROAD, BERWICK. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 June 1877

CLOSING OF THE HARKAWAY ROAD, BERWICK.   To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal SIR,—I was surprised last week to see in the report of the Berwick Council meeting that Mr. Wilson had applied to have the continuation of the Harkaway road closed, so that he might purchase it. After all the outcry about the squatters that come up to any of them. First put every obstruction possible on the road, and then get up the cry that the road is useless to the public, with a view to getting legal possession. Mr. W. has forcibly kept the public off the road for years, and now, when he finds the railway will soon be opened, and the road likely to be used by persons going to and from the railway station on foot, he steps forward and declares the road useless, and offers to buy it, all to oblige the public. It is the direct road to the railway station. If the people are shut off from it they must tramp right round Mr. Wilson's property, to matter what hurry they may be ...

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LOCALE OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

: LOCALE OF THE. WAR. SNtwithstandingthlie frequent. reference mi reccnt telegratis to oporatios6 'in'Asi;; it is by no means eaay to- reconcile thl aliost uunupeilied ail"ance of tliheRussafins' frbiWi GCircassia inito5Asitici.Tlurkey, aid th?i' in,; vestment ofKaris, wsith the, announcement ihat ai Titrkish:Gonvernior has beei nppointed to 8ukhumltili,' a Circassian coast to\n on. the Black Sea,' lately .lio luirded, by. tihe lurks,; "ad" s eiquently taken 5li5 se50 :sion of: bLy the "Circassian' insurgeiits, If the news be absolutelyt correct. the Rissians' are Ibetweeni two oipposing fdforces -the Circassians, are in linsurrection, at Sukhumkali; in .the inorth-westg and the Turks upo dntlhii owni territo??, in the south,. Recent messages indicated tht ile. Russians were t?ki'gb:possession iof aill tle principal tovs s-iiijArmenia, an l;gradually surroundiug. Kars; ith a powerfil cotoroonec dlittaire.. It is stated that Miikhtar;. Piacha the generalissnino of-the --Turkish ?army...

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THE BELFAST FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

i ;. 'TIIE BrELFArST-?UFE1 -,.7 i 7 t Dilmpnd John tlowes, hielo secretary3 of the shire of Belfust, wnas on Monday brought upon.reiandlfromn lstiweek, cherged with s:sillillyanid mnaliciously; setting fire to the. Shire Council offices on 3rdl May last., Mr. ,Ardlie for accused.: The: magistrates on the lIench nwere Mr. H. B. Lane,,prcsiding, ?cssrs Meaglier; tCorbett,. Appleton, Hen nessv, Flaxman, Southcombe, and, Breeze.; 'lIrsDaj ;,anhd rher daugliter repeated tlheir evidence, 'as given at -the coronial :inqluiry. The ;,witniess Corbett .was: very reluctant, to 'give testimony, and app?c?red... forgetful of imany. statements, m. deby ~;::l him: atithe, former hearing, so much so that Mr. Lane had 'to repeatedly caution him. The findin of a pair. of compasses, said to have been in the oflce at' tihee oftlhe" fireby a witness nanedJ'.Joseph' Smtlith` near Mr ITowes's ack gatee, was amongst new evidence oh tamed byethe police l a servant of llowes's swore thati" on' he night!of tl...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

:,. LOCAL INTELLIGENGE.:: The Slate School at Tooradin' d os not seem to IIhve been placed in the bes; position to be of gene ral t e. IJnd it been a nile or so nearer to Cran. bourne on the main road it wonld hive accomodoated many families residie.ga few miles off the road, who, to attend the school where it'is, would haro to trael three or four miles. These people shbuld take some joint action, nd by. repre enting the matter fairly to the Minister, might hare nomething done to place thetm in a poitiion of living their children educated! Ifthty will not take aetion thiy jannot exipectlist oiters will do6'i for themj - .--. - ~"- " '- There ins no buinese for their worehip a t Crn bour oon Saturdiy'laost. .. 'b. brutal 'asult was committed at Crahbourn on Friday orenirig, in" which a well known i resident is the offender, inflictizing ia s;iere'injury which ie likely to disfigure his victim for life. I hI case will .come before the Bench at next sittig if not sttled 'i n ' t h e in...

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THE TOLLS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

THE TOLLS QUESTION.:.. A conference of representatives of alnost all the mnincilal bodies in' the colony met at the Melbourne lTownl Hallonii:Tuesday afternoon for tlie :purpose o:fltakling;into consideration the question ot .abolition: of tolls, in consequence of the expiring of the system at the end of the present monthll without provision having been made to make up the deficiencies which will result' to' the municipalities in consequence.'. . . IIis Worship the Mayor, lMr Janimes Pait terson, occupied the "chair, and seventy members of municipal couiincils w'ere present. Subsequent to the object'of the conference being explained at someleCngth by hisWor s~ouncillor AK. Smitl moved the follo; in resolution :- "That' the. abolitioniof teolls pon main roads has not been proposed or advocated by the body of municipal cor portions of this colony, but emi?pated fromi the Parliament that last expirced; and which did not promise or suggest any. othlierad quote means for the maintenance ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. JACO'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

ORIGINAL POETRY. JACO'S DEATH. Por Jco is udead. He died last night Or frst thing this moning, I'm not sure quite. But one thing is certain poor Jaco is dead, And we'll bare a tombstrne to put athis head. When I found poor Jack,'on his back he was lying; ro rouse him again 'twas no use trying. So I srsrtehed cut his paw, and istraightened his tail But I could not find tear our lose to bewail. He had not a father, or sister, or brother, There was no one to tend him bt Jenny his mother; And she looked so lonely we got hera possum, A real little beauty of last mummer's blossom. If b'd had a cabbage he would not have died, Or even a carrot, Jenny would not hare eighed Or even a lettuce we had but to gire him, This dear little monkey would still have been living Now Jaco, dear friends, was a thorough . T. 'Good Templar,' He never got tight, or went on the spree; For Jenny, his mothera,ws a tre temperence daughter, And set the example of drinking cold water. Oh, ye monkeys of Melbourne, w...

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STALE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

STALE NttWd. I:or readin a bookl th' tother evenin which is n0 bhelief that it hid a'orfitl downion igtalo Ne's, inTacd,o flie' I, Ehat darni it the mour b alelleri winr to "t ahold ' "good apitanden freesli nwe " he nour, h e got tow do with?out im?., I hei bee takln' or local paper fur the lat two year nr to, and I be dashed well 'eio' of such staff; take ep this papeer, oand I find thet it air worth ever so mach as thee are othb;r.ii Tobther evenin', wile eitlen doen by th e ide o' the frle, eaomethin' etrnck ioe, it wor ' how e?d get frah oewe~'. Well, is I st 'there,; I thort that I hedae good moind t pay--st ledeitI mean hire a man tow go around thees ere coloniy and collect urnl noew fur " or paper, but'then when I thort ,or it again I found'that 'ere trilk woldn'tdo, bt sPesen, my dear lambs, we goroud end ,olect newe tir our paper, then hand 'em,oraer tow be hacked ;ith a sword after all our .trouble in getlin'; 'm; That won't wash 'other Darn it, -I think I'll send rver te...

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THE BLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

THE BLAuSEr.-A cockne.y gentleman recently detiled to snow from an Irish driver in the city how the reduction of fares Luited drivers. Patrick was equal to the occasion, and replied:-" Redookahon i, it? Faix, it make no differ to me. I only dhrive jintleman, and they nivir giv' me les nor a hillin', and the rad ones a thrifle more to dhrink their health I" TnaCAT Arrrrnor-t AND HoAnReBSES.-All uffer ing from irritationof-the throit and hoarseness will be agreeably eurpisedi t the almost inmmediate relief aflorded by the use of "Brown'a Bronchial Trochec." These famone "lczenges" are now sold by most retpectable chemists in this country at Is ltd. per box. People troubled with a " hacking coogb," a "-light cold,".or brenchial affections, can not try them too soon, at eimilar' troubles, if ailowed to progres, reault in eerious Palmonary and Apthmatic affections. See that the words "Brown'e Bronchial Troches" are on the Government Stamp around ea-h box.--lanufactnrcd by John I. Brown &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

BoDENiArT PIuntUITs AND ENteEBioNGa.-Nature never intended us to sit in a doubled up position hall our lives, and accordingly she revenge. herself upon those ,ho do so by inflicting upon them indigestion, debility, end very frequently lumbago and kidney disease. Persone whose avocation. keep them indoor., behind desks end work-tables, can, however, counteract, in a great meuure, the ill efects of inch confinement by the nre!of IDOnaso WoLva'. gonIaraxt A3aOQgTo BCNAUe. VeAluabl, Discovery for theu alir.--ll yul hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, nuse " The Mozex can flair BoRenewer," for it willporitinvly retuors i evecry case 9rey or white hair to its original colour without leving the disagreeable smell of most " Be. storer,." It makes the hair charmingly beaatifhl, si well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald eFlpt, where the glandsre not decayed., Ask youir:. Chemist for a The Mexican HaIr Renewer," prepared ; by, gen_ C. Gallup, 493 Ozford-street, Landon;iand...

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MAGGIE MAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

MAGGIE . -MA "I am forty, George I" George Goodwin turned his face away for amomert from the sweet, beautitul one looking into it:. It wea not in the least degrading to his manhood that the large tears gathered for an instant in his eyes, as the gentle voice spoke the words that told him the etrongest hope of his life was ecirsed for ever. The room was silent after 3Magie spoke, andl a strong heart wrestled dumbly with its. great aSoonr a, tender one sought words ot comfoit and relief. iWhen Maggie spoke again her owns pretty eyes were moist, and a tremor was in her low sweet voice: ', Believe me, George, I never dreamed of this. Frr aes any'year. ever since I was a little girl, you have been so like a brother, that I have given yon a sater's love, and did not think you wished for any other, George," she continued, piteously, " tell me you do not think I have trifled with you, or willingly wounded the noblest, truest, and best heart in the world." ,.Darling,.'r id George, hoarsely,"...

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PHILLIP ISLAND SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, 9th June. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

PHILLIP'' ISILANbD H IIiiRl COUNCIL. Saturday i9th June.'' "Smith? and" Kennedy:`w,? i , . .he minutes of the prevous meeting w.ere reaid and confirmed. ' CORRESPONDENCE; A letter'was ried fro?;'Coiunciillor Crump tendering his resignation: Accepted on the motion of Councillors.-Kennedy" and Smith: Councillor -Kennedy was appointed, return in' oflicer to rconduct the election for the extraordinary vacancy caused by the retire' ment of-Councillor Crump on the-motion of Councillors Smith and West. 1 . Mrs. Ronald wa ;sallowed the sum of 5,s. for use of schoolroom at Ba.ss 'oitlie motion of Councillors Smith and Sunderland? ,I " On the motioen of: Councillors Kennedy and West a letter was-'read fr?mii William Beech, drawing attehtion tb'otiteodf-lirid? on road from Bass to Settletnent Point._ Received and the Clerk of Works to report on same. From the Under Treasurer,' asking that a return be prepared of licenses,- &c., received for 1876, and that five per cent'.of: the amount ...

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ASIATIC TURKEY. LECTURE BY THE REV. FATHER KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

ASIATIC TUR IK EY. LECTURE-E Bl TIIE 0EV. FATIHER, TELLYI j Aliinteresting lecture on "The' Ottomain Empire" was delivered ibythe Rev. Father Kelly: S.J: at' the Guildhall, Iichmnond, on Tuesdaiy evening, last, :on behalf.- of ,the Cruisade Temperance Society.' There was a' fair' attendancee arnd 'l'. Beasuchlanip odc cupied thie chair. . Turkey "is `a' countrry to which at the p?resent. timethe .att'ention of the whole civilized 'world is "directed, foreit is inmpossible to sayh'lint complications miav irise in: the unknown, but :still -immediate future from.the. war which is now going. on between that `country .'.and ;Russia.; The Turks were originally a tribe of the formid able Huns, who at obe period threatened to overrun Europe; and thy alppear :or'tlih first time in history in the: first quiarier of tihe seventh ce'ntury'they formed then, a portion of thearmniy of tlle reigning inonhirch of Coristantinodple; and assisted*him in his .rnrs against the Peisians-and other nations;...

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SELECT POETRY. ITALIAN BEGGAR-BOY'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

SELECT POETRY. i TALIAN BEGGAR-BOY'S DREAM. Idreamed loot night in my Eleep, mother,'. Of a palace moat lovely and grand; And tde flowers that bloomed in the gardens there Were tbe fairert in'all the land;' and fouitins sparkled like crystalline, - in the golden sunlight there; And the birds that sangin the old elm tree Filled with music the soft summer air. Down 'neath the ocks so grand and high M urmured the beautiful sea ; while ?ais-like children gathered the heflls, Or ebonted in childih glee. The grey old rocks echoed back the shont, And eeemed as hippy as the;' hbile the waves kept time to their merry laugh On that glorious gammer day. And I w's the happiest one, mother dear, Of that joyous little band, ' That roamed 'mong the rocks where the ea-waves camae, Or played in the shining sand. You were there, too, in that fairy home, In that beautiful home of the sea. And I dreamed at the holy twilight hour Ton wandered away with me. Down where the jaemine branches wave, S'id the ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 8th June. Before Messrs Officer and Elms. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENOE, 0. 0 BERW.ICK POLICE COURT. S Fridiy, 78tli Jue. Before Messrs Officer and Elmn. Thomas Elms v. Charles Bailey; acdi for debt, .£9.l10s.-Settled out of Coour -Ah Ling v. Margaret Hayes; fraud z. mons. Mr. Lowe for complainant. Ordelr to be imprisoned for two months if amno claimed was not. paid in a fortnight aid 15s. Od. costs. ? ?slauglitering license was granted a Walter B. Butler. of Longwarry. Tlie. Court then adjourned.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

ARBRIVAL 'AND DEPARTURE 01 " ' r" V "_TTIT.T ar fA TI Sr es Melbourn e.. Arrives Holbourne. "June'12 June 26 ;July 10, Julvy 24 August 7 August 21 September 4 -September:18 October:"4 October 16 .Noveimber 1 Novemberi 18 SNovember. 29: ;:, December 11 December 27 ,:??: .

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CASE OF STABBING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877

CASE OF SUBTABBIRG.,lIr.._ OnWednesday last attlie Richmond Police Court Samuel Dobbin was charged on remand with stabbing:with intent, to do grievous bodily hurm.-Mr. Dobson,- Irispector of Police, conducted the prosecution.' P-risoner, who :pleaded ;'l iNot . g"ilty,'let was defended by lMr.: ,.Steiphen:-Alfred Bishop,; butcher, lavinm at 168 Fitzroy,.street,,Fitzroy,. do pose: On the °9thiilt., tuesday, about .hllf-past:.,seven 'p.m. , I.ias, in Sherwood st.reet ,Richmond. Saw?prisoner :there, also Ilobert Warminsgham Warmin?hani's sister, atid a nmani??hobse?name a ido ?t 7kri6v.. 'li?y were scuftling.' I halted anid lokedl ,at t hem, .and recoognised them . Aariiiin hiam called me over I went Tliey s?re ndaking a great noise I said, " ill you allowv me to 'speak ?" 'asd 'then to' DobbViii, "if 'yti a're a' mai,'you will allowi thli :irl to ? ho with her brotheir." I sild to tliit oter mtian,' If you are a good fellow, .ou will' tike hii'home."' Tlis other y;oung man, whose rnam...

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