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SERIOUS RAILWAY COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
SSERIOUS RAILWAY COLLISIONi. c, A lcollin between two passengeirtrains. on- the Victorian Rlailwyii line idieQar pencer streetodir?d oiin 'iiionday~ afterinoidn Thi'e half-paist fourlp.m? ;train forEssefido? li'l'd left the platfor and proceeded ided far as the fcurve oppito s'tbe' exnd' of:ibourke street west when it was noticed'that theoup-tramn from Williamistdwn 'ins `appr'oacbing ihe station on th tei1same ,line o riail a1Thei drivers of 'both engines apparentlydid what they could tbliredak the force?of the-iaievi table collisionii by shutting offsteam~ i a'nd applying'bireaks, but tlhe -momentumniretained at the moment of coLftact was aniil? itliat tlie linge bodlies metwith a tremendous crcash and then each train reboun/ded back, leaving a distance of thirty to forty feet between the locomotives. T' !rhe extenti of the concussions was so great tliat nocoilj'fwiee the ibufferi df b'oti 'engines broken' to' pieces;, but the fronts of their framew rks ',ore also sari ouisly da h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
* Caution to the Public. rHE deplorable effects which have followed the a re of vile compounds, told under the name of "oohnsppe," eho?ld prove a cantion to the public to purchase only that bearing the name of "UDOLPHO WOLFE," to whic four thousand physicians have certiied its exceltence and parity over all other stimulants. -UDOLPHO WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS has been a quarterof a century before the public. and its sale steadily increasing, while HUIDREDi OF IMITATIONS Have appeared and d -appeared. leaving only ruin and disgrace to all conne :ed with them. The public should not be duped y injurious, cheap, fiery com pounds with forged c, tificater, oame imported and otherl manuf. tured in the Colony. To protect mconu erv against imitations of UDOLPHO WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS, The &?prrme Court of New South Wales has granted an injunction against their pale, under a penalty of £30,000, in proof of which the Writ of Injunction may be eeen at our office. S31e Wholeale Agents...
MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
IMEETINGS' OF LOCAL BODIES. C?RANOURNvE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 0. Present-The: President (3Mr James Lecky, sen.), andi d Councillors- Pdole,'- H6oward, Face, Greaves, Patterson, Crichton, Rossiter, and Lecky. 'The"'minutes of ireviodls inetiig 'having been read; anid approved,the ep ort of the Finance Committee recommending payments amounting .to -£89 1s. was adopted, :and the Council. adjourned for half-an-hour to CORRESPONDEN CE. I From tihe local-.Inspector of Health, Dr. lHelham; forwarding report as to sanitary condition of the-Shire.- Councillor Patter son moved, seconded by CounCillor Poole, that thei-reporthbe received and` adopted. A reed to:. - "&lt;. From:Wm. 'Perrott and "others, nasking.to: have a drain formed outsidle their fences on Hallam's rioad -Applicaiit to be;alloived to do the work at his own cost. "1.From:F.TW. "Peers, as to drainage of Koo-wee- up 'Sivisp, stating tliat tl, e Shire, Council were the proper parties to collect the drainage rate, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
'TenTdenders..':, . SHIRE ý OF· BOROONDARA T ENDERS will be received by the Council of I this Shire, addressed to the President, G. H. Taylor, Esq., J P.. up to Five o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, the 20th instant, for Repairs to bridge, on Glen Iris road. Repairs to sides of water -chantnla on various roads. Retaining walls on Riversdale ad east, Specifications to be teen at the Shire Hall, Camber well, on and after the 13th inltant. The lowest or aoy tender not necessarily accepted. .CIARLES HAINES, Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Caiberwell, 6th Jone, 1877. 20n"j BOROUGH OF HAWTHORN. T ENDERS will be received by the Council of this 1 Borough, addressed - to the Mayor, Wm. Cleverdon, Erq , J.P.; up to Wednesday, 13th inst., at 5_p.m., for the following WHorks --. C?"~-hurch street- Kerbinghand Channelling. Power street-Channelling..' " .....Shakepeare'e Grove- Cutting.... --... ..... .. Specifications at the Town Hall, Hawthorn. Tenders to be on printed forms, giving'a schedule of prices...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
SCALE OF CHARGES FOR AD)VERTISING. Twentv Words, for One Insertion ... .. Ir I wenty to Thirty Words, do ... 2 rThirty to Forty Words, do ... ... 3 Above Forty Words, at the rate of Is per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Dis?wourr upon all Advertisemaents appearing for Three Months. Adrentisementsr must specify on the fae of them the ounroer of ina:tions, or they will be continued e?d?hcarged fot.till countermanded. .AlJ ordere for withdrawal or alteratil? to be eoat in on the. day prior to publication. . -. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS, 64 Little Collins street east, Mlelbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. Butchers PINNIGEII. JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Viscellaneous J. BOLT, Water Filter sanufacturer, 117a Car digan street, oppositeArgyle Equare, Carlton I formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PINNEY'SGRAZLNG PADDOCK,Pakenham. -Address: 13 York street, Prahran. Surveyors- HOLLAND LOXTON, Authorise...
The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
V WED.IESDAY, JU E 13, .1877.: THE oldtideas oColoniai' federation` hai lately been revised in consequence of the utterances of Mr. Johni. Young, the.Cana dian; Commissioner. for the New South Wales' exhibition; ' A :federal uniioni of these colonies would no' doubt be hiahly advisable, but it must be preceded by a customs iunion,? arnd until the tariffs 'of the various colonies are assimilated; the proposal is anunpracticable one. Inter colonial Freetrade has an important liear ing on this subject. It is 'well known that an act l:has been passed by which the colonies can interchange their products without. any ayment of duty, but so long as the tariffs.oltie various colonies "differ from one another the act will bea' dead letter. Here inVictr~ia we are pursuing a vicious policy 'in-. taxing ouraelves heavily to 'maintain a few small ilocal industries, while in New Stith Wales an opposite system is followe'd, andi taxes are imposed merely, for ithe sake of revenue Protectippnand Fre...
FORGERY AND UTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
FORGERY ADID UTTERING.; ,,, The three 1followingcases of forgery were" hleard. at the Richmond 'Police Court lastr week : A young man named Charles'Hogarth was bo?mht ip on' remand for forgery.-- rStrepen, on ,behalf of the'prisoner; said j ie was only, sixteen years of age, and desired ; that the chaire should be chlianged to one of, 'obtaining goods by 'false pretences. Mr. a Dobson opposed" the c:ehange.-Constable , Walker said in reply to the Bench that ihe,. heard thatp risoner, before being' arrested in Adelaide; was working honestly. for ,his; living -Mr: Te??m pleton said- the Bench:, 6oiild ;not :take tlie'responsibility of alter?• ing tlhe char~e:-James Lancashire,", draper,; of Swan street, deposed : On the 14th-Aprilmy prisonsr came inlo my shop and purchased good? to the amount of Gs. Gd., and tenrdered cheque produced for. -, and got £113s. G6d. clange . Thecheque wlhich is sigrned "Julius Hogarth" was returned marked ""No account;" Julius Ho-arth is the" aine of priso...
FATAL FOOTBALL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
FATAL FOO'I'BALL ACCIDENT. The following comments upon the death of a promising, young man named C. R. Poole, who succumbed recently to the ef- fects of an injury received in a football match played between the Adelaide and South Park clubs, are made by the Register.:- S~We shoild, b sorry to say one', word- in depreciation of any noble Eilglish 'sport. It .hnslong been a characteristic of the race that tihose:kinds of. recreation are miost, io pular in which" there is a :rioinconsiderable element of daigeri.' In someldegree this is true of?hunting .nd cricket, and' in a still larger degree it is true of, football ,"So longi as ,thhe combatants:: in":the ,last mentioned. 'ame wdre lads, whose fraimes are pliant and frot' fully seti the ,risk from a fall, or;a kick may not obv.ery great, and Ihe effect ot an niury marinot .e very serious or verb last ]ng,: 3ut with youths ant menthlie:crasdis verty diffirT;iand :it:is an'ilieritive ildit to guard thuee gaiue by restrictions'i~ hich w...
KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday June 6th. Before Messrs. Marshall and Lamond, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 June 1877
* KEW POLICE COURT. : ,Wednesday June 6th. Befoe ZIesis: Illarshall and Lanmond, J.Y SdarahQuinton, charged with usino ob scen'eanguage. iin a public place to'Jol Smnedley, was fined 10s., with 1s. costs. SAbraham Smno?ot was summoned, as i habitual drunkard. Defendant did no appear.". ' A sentence of twelve months in prisonment was recorded, and a twarra was issued for defendant's arrest. As iild man named John Eastwood ra s'ent to gaol for na month for indecent et ,posure. Christopher Ptolemy was charged .th assaulting .Thomas: 'hatcher. The de fendant was--subsequently charged 551 ,lunatic, and was sent to tle Asylum. Ralplh Smith wis summoned for hadb no control over his-hors'. Defendanti3 not appear, and a warrant was issued for d arrest. -[The Court then adjourned. 'ThieiOtago;'Daily Times of the 4th Jon .gives an account of a dangerous raofi wvhorejoicetis the name of John Gatetd and, besi'des:e beiiig a niinesake, is .belied sto:'be;'likewise, a brother of the Victori hangma...
TURNED TO ICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
J,; ?j'UR NED TO ICE. BY MARY CLAKE. : She :will freeze you to death, " faid' l.iinni Holmes,. finishing, an elaborate deEcription of ,h friend, lises :Helen Rivers; anything so cold and still I never saw:, It is ro strange, Mordant." -So strange,: that I can scarcely understand it She was the gayest of the gay when I last eaw her To'be sure; that is three 'yearse ago:... What doe it mean, Minnie ? Some love story,: , ;. "Nobody knows. She went, to .iladera soon after you left home? with .her mother, who, was in, con, ionmption;:&lt;iIn six months.she returned, anorphanI1 Since thun the had lived:in a state of gloomy apathy. Sihe was inclined to shut herself up entirely, but her aunt, after the year of motiring iwas over, insisted upon her resuming her place in society. Still wear ing heavy;monrning she: looks strangely out of place among her old friends, for her dress is not' more gloomy than. her'face:? ,She h'iae turned to ice." -:Wans she so fondly attached. to her. moth...
SELECT POETRY. A SONG FOR THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
" SELECT' POETRY: A SONG FOR TEE WORKERS. ... OReward and success to the men who bless', . The world on their pathway thorny, Who scatter the s~eds of useful deeds, With hands embrowned and horniy. Chivalrous and strong 'gainst vice and wrong, Proud Kuights' of the noble ordei; Their shields are bright with lionoura light,:::i And flowers their garments border.' ( , The glory gained in the battie stainedI r With the, blood of a fallen brother, Cannot helial the'smartb'of the broken heart,' Of the orphan child and mother; .!. , While low in the dist for ever rust,,? i -. The eannon, sword, and eabre,..... Fresh garlands bring, and crown'hii idng,' '' :The peaceful champion, Labour. " The rank and file of bur glorionus Isle, .. God sendfthem peade and plenty: ?* : May each coin they get by honest sweat SBo multiplied by twenty. Industry weaves of amaranth leaves, T6i ehaplet'their bibws adorning,' . And they shall restore the grandeur of yore, ; . And the joy of earth's early morning....
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 16th June. (Before Messrs. W. R. Looker and J. Jordan, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
,i |-OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT.. '"" ;.Saturday, 16th June; .u.. .,: -rii (iBefore Messrt: W. W R. Looker-dk andJ. Jordan, J.P.); ' :: I*; - . i SD'iihfinbm v.:L itt a charge' of stýelifig awlnife. '' It 'ap'eaired' that whilst 'defendant ''" was at plaintiff's residence- a knife was lost,,;. and it was afterwards found on defendanta .i bby tvwelve year's old.l- Constable Graham-i deposed 'to 'hving ifound theoiknitfeon 'tie' A 23rd oflitin onth. i'-he boy,'le said, helpied r to support lis miotlihe who lived in'Prhhran.:' Thlelad seemed'to feel the position le was:; in kenilyi6and: siaid he intended to give thera knife 'ick.-: Ordered 1to be locked' u.p till, six o'clock! ' '1 '., *; : '. 7 i Fiincis Bolschi was' brought':up'.on" 'aw chiiige of Sunday trading.ý' Bolsch keepsi a liotel, and the police, beiing good members ?? of society,7 object to hotels being"' op'en fon Suiiday *, Constable Fawtknor, having :evi- i dently become aware that-Bolsch wasini theo liabit of rdisposing of hi...
KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 13th. Before the Mayor and Mr. Marshall, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
KEW POLICE' COURT." Wednesday, June i8ti; Before theliMayor' and Mr. Marshall, J.P SSamuel Cutts, charged with drunkenness, was fined 10s. ,The same defendant was also fined'. 2s~ Od 'with 2s. Gd: costs for 'driving wvithout,lights.' .. Thomas Pire, for ea viig hie.s irs and dray uncared for in the street, was fined 5s, and 2s. Gd. costs. Charles Corincharged witi leavinig a dangerous formationji at niglot': without lights, was fined '£2, bein 'his sefcond offence within a imonth. G. Thompson v. Mrs- A. . W3: atison; goods sold, £1 6s 8d. Order for amount nd costs. W H. Woobllarl v. John Dines, goodsJ £2 is.: Order for amount and costs:`' } The Court theniladjourned:'
GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 16th. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, J. Bellin, and W. C. Watts. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
, d GARDINER POLICE' COURT. ; -' Saturday, JuneI1Gth. Beforde Messrsl R. :G.:" Benson,'-J. .Bellin, ?" :. :i ,;! and W.:C. Witts. ;,- :; . " Alexander JolistonJ and Jiames Jolinston were fined 2s. Gd. each, for havingi'no control over their ho?res. ... ,,HMargaret Coffey. Y. Mrs., Dawson ;: 12s. Gd. Settled out of Court. .K; ate ,Cosgrovo v.-Same;e £1 s. Ditto. ;,Martha Lorick v. Same 1' 1(s Ditto. .Henry Matthews, for allowinig 'co'w wto wanner, was fined 5s. .;Mary 'Abrahahinson v; MIary Ensiedel' assault.l .Fined 20s. with .s. G6d.; costs." :,,Fredericl Forester appeared' to answer twoclhar_-es of larceny, viz., of a.pair of boots arn of a coat and waistcoat. Prisoner pleaded' giilty, iaid' was sent to gaol fot one month on eacicliacha4irge'' 'e '-" " . :. SJoseph Aristrong, for having no control over his liorse, was finedSs. .' '.The Court then adjourned. ' '; :.Theh:··u ` li d' :'·
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
UCORRESPONDENCE -. Oar col.mna are~open for the dtacuuion of all quetLons which are not of a aacrla t ehar 8*or. TWe'°iei ohit to be distinctly understood, however, that we do not identify ourselvess withi It/ opinions eitpressd by our correspondente. A lli c'nmunieations f'or in sertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guarantee of good failth. '. ._ ' s
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BULN BULN POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 9th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
. POLICE I NTELLIUGENOE " iL BJLULN' LN3IJV POL1CE COUIRT., S: Saturda3 June 9th: l3eforo ljlessrs .E Liitott: a'nd; Jamies Antihony Pimpton v' John' Malihdony goods, £2, 12s \o appearance. J T Knowles Mv.: ~ CIKenzie goodsl £4 8S' ild. ,No appearance.. ? ' i " `"'" FrankFasola v Riclid Hipp ork and ial~or l s PDismisse'd: ST.Callanan was. charged witlh selling iquor without a license. In thiis csoe the offence, was clearly.proved,, two ý'itneises giving evidence i:thaton the 22nd nit they purchased beer at the, house of the deo fondant. Callanan was field £25 or to go to gaol for a' mionth? and.-all:the liquor Tfdund on the premises ias ori?dered to be confiscated. The fine-was almost im mediately paid-? j . .- : '' i T. Callaann ,v.. Wm. ,Green; ,goods,.£1 7s. 4d. Order. for amount with 5s. costs. ' Charles Izard w. David Watson ; use and hire of chattel i'~919Cd" Dismisseid: IW' H:. W ton?iv .Wm: Serigeant,( S. RIichards;:,andT. Stepheniis Dismisssed., John Delany v. George- Benn...
RACE MEETING. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
RACE MEETING. To the Editorof the South Bourke and Morningto, Journal S' ;-Will you prminit me to edrrect lthe5tatemeut which appeared inyour laset ieeto the effect that thecommitee who conducted-the-lnt Cranbonron races cannot be brought together and complete the 1iftyfthtyi ?ridertook.; Iam: bappy:tolnforms yon that in connection therewith was satisfactorily com pleted on the evening of the second day of the race meeting, alstkaes qexcegptng oe (there being a legal point involved) paid with a balance of £t4 to ciedit. Your remarks may prolably apply to the previous year's meeting, whichl regre'tto tstate-isiit fully conippetdd, rincipally owing to the' delay oa the pait of the members of the club in forwarding their nob ecripti.on.e.or, obdo rtie s- 1 t J. F. DUMARESQ, ETon Treasurer.
KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, June 19th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
KEW BOROUGH COUNCiL. ;: Tuesday, June 19th. ' . Present-Tle Mayor (Mr. Phipps), end Councillors Barnard, Miller, Bencraft, DeMole, Mellor, Greenwood, Thompson. The minutes of previous nieeting were read and confirmed, and outward: corre Epondence read'and approved.' CORRESPONDENCE.' r From the Richmond Council, forwarding offer from Hawthorn toll lessee to pay £252 for the toll for the month of:July, and ap proving of the acceptance of the 'offer.:-' The concurrence: of.the-Council to be for warded. I, , :, ' , : . : Fron Mr. Grdenlaw, .equiing whdfiit was intended to kerb nd channel the Studley Park Bridgeroad near his property; saving that lie had paid rates for a number of years, and ihe observed thati in ýother streets such work was.. being, executed where new premises had been erected.;-To be replied to, stating' that there were no funds at present, and the niatter would be considered. . From Blind Asylum, calling attention to the claims of the institution.-Received. Front Kew ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877
,ADrvc To 317oHER!-Are you broken in your rest by a nick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth Go at onte to a chemist and get a bottle of Mr. Winsl:w's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor uflferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and phoasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, bY relieving tke child from pain, and the little chermb awakes 'as bright as abutton." It soothes the child. it Dofient the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, egntlates the bowels. and is the best known remedy for d?eentere and disarhota, whether arising from tehing or other causes. Mir. Winslow's Soothing Srop in Bold by Medicine dealers everywhere at Is. lid. per bottle. Manufactured at 493 Oxford treet, London. rLoarLLtE -FOR THE TEETH AND BREATH.-A lw drope of the liquid - tblorline" sprinkled on a net tooth-blushl ptoduces a pleasant lather, which Ihoroughly cleansea the teeth fiotem all parasites or inuarities. hardens the gums, prevents tartar, etop? decy, gives hb the tee...