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OPENING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

OPENING 'OF' THIE NEW PARLIA. er 3MEiT. The" ntinth Parliament of Victoria as olened orr ;Tuesday "it tio" p.m. by Il Excellency the Governor, who wass acct. pInTiediby Sir W. Jervois, Colonel Scrartchy adid Commodore Iloskins: In thie pssa tlhs Governor alluded to the war in Eunja and the hispecctioi of the Colonial defean:s t l?e.. importance .of maintainin daily t::": :ranhitic ?ommunications with Europe, t, at?porntment of a gentleman well qualiji to eligiircrinto the n"orking of the lprest systeit of eiIca tion, the necessity of an cie aton in tlie; niffianaement, of the liKe' : oiher lunatic asylumrs, the importance i eqtallisliiu mail communication with E.:. lail ?vthe'tl C'ape tlhe necessity of a ri. vision of the tariff, reperalin some duo:' add.impnosing others, the preparation of i titntd tatx Bill, which, while lair ti prnuci,? nuld teadtto discouragee he aggreg?atioi ihrge estates,:tlie idritroduction of bills fa 'r I i)" doihstruictidn, lirt reforms, i lrora rul tion o...

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR G. P. SMITH, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

OMPLFIMENTARY BANQUET TO M1R G. P. SMITH, IM.L.A. A, com'plimenttareý. banquet was givente .ir G: P? Simitnh,M:L.A., at the Town H114 H:i'tlfior, on, In Monday evening last, by `several of his friends and constituents. Thee yeres a!out ,120 persons present, and bt. ,latieseP atterson," Mayor of Melbonrne,no chi tis?i ?ttlit;liain, having on his rihlt the uest .of ,the evening, and on his left irJl, IO'Shllsassy, while in his immnediate vicinaty ecr1e'Mlr. Bosisto, Mr. A. Mackay, and lr. Zox,. IM.L.A.'s, aiAd' lIe Murray Smith. T?i viee-clihairs,were ouedpied by Mr. Cleverde ýInayor ,ot:lHasythoru, auli Mr. Taylor, P"i silenoLothe. Shire of Borootiudnra. 11r' l tlements, of Melbourne, was tihe cater; anti tle? iines, &E 'ere r uinished bytl, Frodshamr,'n f Fletcliei's '1Itel, lIalthrort An etfficient hand occtplied the gallery, ai iblay dc apipropdria?te muic during the rels= A fter the usual: loyal toasts the Chairmi riosoe amidt:much ccheering to propose the health of Mr. G...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, June 20th. Present-The President (Mr. J. Jordan), Councillors Braithwaite, Lavidge, Irwin, Ingram, Marriott, Armstrong, Zorn, and Miller. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, June 20th. Present-The President (M1r. J. Jordan), Councillors B3raithwaite, Lavidge, Irwin, Ingram, Marriott, Armstrong, Zorn. and Miller: The minutes of previous meeting and outward correspondence were read and adopted. CORRESPONDENCE. From Secretary to recent Shire Confer ences, forwarding copy of proceedings, and asking for £2 2s. towards expenses. The amount having been unanimously passed, the President expressed his. approval of the action of the Council, and observed that the Conferience hed, he believed, been a useful one to the local bodies, and stated that he had been appointed one of the standing committee. Prom the Office of Lands and Survey, asking for a map of.any alterations of roads recently' made by the Council. Several members made remarks as to deviations in the main road through the township, some of the present bii'ldings being -on the original line of- main road and the many instances-in which it had been. encroached upon. Afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

CALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISINO. erniy ords, for One Insertion .. ... l entrto Thirty Words, do ... ... 2 irtto Forty Words, do " .. ?' .. Se re Fo.rty Words, at the rate of So per inch, if,. -: for One Inrertion only. large Dscox r upon all Advertisements appearing for Three Months. vretfnemento most specify on the face of them the number of inrsttions, or they will be continued sad charged for till countermanded. All orders f0r withdrawal or alteration to be sent' in on the day prior to publication. DIRECTORY. licitors MILLER. THOMAS, 64 Litte Collins Street east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat. tletree road, Gardiner. tchers pINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. iscellaneolls J. HOLT, Water FilterlManufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle equare, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. iing Paddocks- ' , ... pINNEY'SORAZING PADDOCK, Pakenhain. -Addreoa: 18 York street, Prahran. eyors BOLLAND LOXTON, Authorised Surveyor under Tra...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

.......WDNESDAY;-JUNE 27, 1877.-= - COMPLAINTS have been made lately by severali municipil:blodies? of ?h` mantrnel in which the contracts for 'road mainteni: ance" are performed in- the localities-which thiey have unde rthi di'ch'tiid. Fr>i-Fiih 1al' accounts these compiiilaints. appear to be wbll founded, but they ca;, ive think, be remedied without muchdiflit ulty. In all cases in which a contractor.:undertakes to do work for a municipal 'body he is re quired to mnke a -deposit; but< there is, this difference ?betieen road n:maintenan'rc adrd other contracts--that in the eformer the wok thait hiasto'l edone is nbt very woell defined, and if'ihe engineer who has. to overlook the worlk; is, not: very; strict ard careful he is:hliable: to: be-.imposed upon by the contractor.--The general rule is; to;accept :tie .lowesttiender iii :noder that'there m~naybeno suspicion'of fa'oritU ism" butifoheir? a :man isfinotoribu~i. fort "iscamping" his work, his'fte"rider rshoiild: ...

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NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June, 23rd. ORDINARY MEETING. Present : The President, and Councillors Ellingworth, Aspinall, Crossman, Dalzell, Mayne, and Keogh. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June, 23rd. ORDINARI MEETING. Present : The President, and Councillors Ellingworth, Aspinall, Crossman, Dalzell, Mayne, and Keogh. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and-confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Patrick Ryan, offering £70 for the Whitehorse and Delany's road tolls for the month:of July in the event of tolls being continued.-Accepted. From the Treasurer, stating that since25th May he had paid into the bank, £236 2s. 4d. including rates £189 is. 6d. From H' Shaw, inspector of hotels, asking to be furnished with a list of the licensed hotels in the Shire.-Referred to the Secre romni the Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution, renewing an application for a donation.-Received. From the Lillydale Shire Council, stating that they did not consider it advisable to move in the matter of Railway communica tion to the Upper Yarra at present, as the Commissioner invariably replied to deputa tions that he was not in a position to state the intent...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 23. Present—The President and all the Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 23. Present -The President and all the Coun. cillors. The Finance Committee's repoit, recom mending paymemits amounting to £92 13s 2d was adopted. Outward iorrespondence was read and ap proved. RRESPONDENCe. From Thos. Bell, applying for a slaugh tering license-at Lyndhurst.-Granted. From Isaac Hook ansking to be allowed to erect a fence on the road to protect a liive fence.-Permission granted. . From Thomas Werrett to the same effect. -Granted. From Henry Beattie, appointing time to meet the Engineer in reference to works ap plied for by him.-Referred to Engineer. From S. W. Cox, calling attention to the Council having some years since made a drain between Fisheries road and the Main road, which had the effect of `flooding his land for several days at times of heavy rain. -Postponed till next financial year-the writer to be infdrmed accordingly. From D. J. Ahern, asking permission to fell a tree opposite his property, as it hung over his fen...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday 24th June. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. 0- BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL: Saturday 2+th June. Presennt: the President (Mr. J. Gibb), Councillors Bourke, Nixon, Henley, Connor, Buchanan, Dore. CORRESPONDENCE. From Messrs. Clarke and Co., brokers, intimating that they had purchased Govern ment 4 per cent. stock to the value of. £350; asking ior a cheque and power of attorney to forward same, enclosing Treasury receipt. -Received. From the Secretary to the late Shires Conference, forwarding report of proceed ings, and asking for £2 2s., proportion of ,exnses incurred.-Cheque to be forwarded. 'rom Office of Lands and Survey, for warding tracing, and asking if the Council now required land marked therein for the purposes of a quarry. It appeared that a person having land adjoining had planted the portion in question and paid rent to Govern ment.-It was resolved that a reply be forwarded that the land was not required for From Office of Lands and Survey, in re ply, stating that the question of charging for ere...

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BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 20th June. Present : The President, and Councillors Blanksby, Wiedemann, Dillon, Robinson, and Hillard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. :Wednesday, 20th June. Present : The President, and Councillors Blanksby, Wiedemann, Dillon, Robinson, and Hillard. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aand confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Arenas and Crichton, protesting against the cutting down of Riversdale road. -This was postponed from previous mee. ing, and was still further postponed. From R. Wildridge, as to diversion of drainage of Burke road on to his land. Copy of letter to be sent to the Hawthorn Council, and their attention to be called to late correspondence. From Henry Lord and four others as to wandering goats belonging to Mrs. Davis of Riversdale road.-The Secretary was in structed to refer them to the Impounding Act, under which they had a remedy. From H. Hutching and G.Withers, as to alterations in the voters' list.-Referred to the Revision Court. From the Shire Council of Maffra asking for £2 2s. towards expenses of late con ference.-As the Council did not join in it they decide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

COPPER COINAGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the Acting Depots 1 Master of the int- is - prepared to issue BRONZE COIN in exchange for copper coin on application at the Mint. . r? - After the lst 'eptember proieiio, however, copper coin will no longer be a legal tender in Victoria, and applications for exchange should therefore be made before that date. GRAHAh BERRY, Treasurer. Treasury, Melbourne, June 19th, 1877.. 521j ELECTORAL DISTRTCT OF SOUTH BOURKE. IUNBAWADIHG DIVISION. t IIHE SUPP1LEENTARY LIST of Persons elaimitig to'be' ENTITLED to VOTE for Members of the Legislative Arsembly in the Nuna wadiiinDivisitiin?ihow in myi poiseesiodi, and ny be inspected at my residence, Box,Hill. ; 27n?uj WILLIAM' CLISBY Regirtra-r. SHIER OF OAKLEIGH. — NOTICE. THE VOTERS' LISTS and the Separate Voters' Lists are now ready, and may be INSPECTED   at King's store, on the High street road, Mulgrave, on the 1st and 2nd of July; at Braithwaite's Hotel, Oakleigh, on the 3rd, 4th, and 5...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   A rather unusual question cropped up at the meeting of the Bulleen Shire Council on Monday last in reference to the forthcoming annual election. Last year the shire was divided into ridings and an election of nine coun- cillors took place, three for each riding. One councillor from each will have to retire in August, and the Act provides that the councillor who polls the lowest number of votes shall retire the first year. In two of the ridings this will be feasable enough, but in the third there was no poll taken, only three candidates being nominated, who were declared elected. The question arose as to who should retire in August, and at the suggestion of the President the three members of the Warrandyte riding made an adjournment to the ante-room to arrive at a decision as to who should vacate his seat. Happily, the councillors settled the matter in a few minutes, and Councillor Holloway was announced as the retiring member.   &a...

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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 25th June. Present: The President (R. Laidlaw Esq.) and Councilors Delany, Williamson, Stiggants, Hoare, Smedley, Finger, and Holloway. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 June 1877

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 25th June. Present: The President (R. Laidlaw Esq.) and Councillors Delany, Williamson, Stiggants, Hoare, Smedley, Finger, and Holloway. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and outward correspon- dence was read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Secretary of the late Shire Con- ference, asking for a cheque for two guineas as a portion of expenses in connection with the conference.—To be paid. From the Chief Secretary's Office, asking to be supplied with correspondence in refer- ence to the electoral roll.—Received.   From Henry S. Shaw, Inspector of           licensed premises, asking to be furnished with list of public houses in the Shire.—To be forwarded. From the Government Statist, forward- ing the agricultural statistics for 1876-7.— Received. From the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, ask- ing for donation.—Secretary to reply that no funds were available at...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 30th June. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., and Messrs. W. R. Looker and J. Jordan J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

OA-KLEIGIIPOLICE COURT. Satuirday, 30th June. Beforo.eMr. Templeton P.M., and Messrs. W. R. Looker and J. Jordan.J.P. : ,Daniel -:Chisholm: was. siimmodil for carrying firearins o o'Sunday. D;Dehidalit waiis a visitor to thie district from St. Kilda:~ and was :bout for a,' diy's- sloobting; . he' pleaded ignorance of the law. The. case? was withdrawn on defendant piying 5s: to the poor-box. the iz.beti Stewart had summoned John Campbell Stewart, her lord and master, for continually, disturbing the peace of his . fthnily by excessive drinking, but, she did not appear, and it was, presumed: that Stewart had changed his drink to sodawater and had become more peaceable. , .?Williani Petre v. Richard Bash: work anid labour, £ 1 s.o Order for amount and 10,s costs. iGeorge Glover applied to have his three children sent to- the 'Industrial School, as his wife had left him; the Bench, however could :not s:.so the force "off grantini his modest request, and refused the application:.: with a ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE NEW BABY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

ORIGINAL POETRiY. THE NEW. BABY. Welcome little stranger, ` Welcome to uts all; ' . We will guard froi danger, A little girl eo small. Papa 8ays ".God bless you,". Mamma avs '! you sweet, " 'Ethel ssy, rll nurse you, And dance your little feet." Constance says" Come kiss me ' You little darling do," Louisa says " I love you, So you must kiss me too. " Olive's not now baby, Since there is another; Leslie has now five sisters, And he's their great big brother. So welcome little baby, Do not look to strange, For you will have a happy home, . Now in Ivy G:ange. Kew. L.E

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 30th June. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

DANIDENONG POLICE COURT. : Sa ,:turday, 30th Juno.;: . : :" Before Mr. Templeton P.K., and Messrs. Attenbhrough,; Hutton, and T. Keys, J.P. Wi.lliain ChurchillU was charted ivith:' cruelty to a horse.-Sergeant McKee stated that?. on .last market'day defendant rode" a horse intothe township: with a very -bad sore on its biick. He never had seen an- . tiling so bnid. In fact the main was fitter.., to carry the horse than the horse carry him. -Defendant asked to have 'tlie case post: poned as lie had not had time ' to consillt his lawyer." The -Benchl said'the caise was not one of laiv, :anitiwasinot desirable to postpone it. -Defendant said he only liad':. tile horse a' few days,and :admitted ;that it had a bad back.-Fined :40s;-or foiirteen:: days' iinprisoninent. :Thoe arrant?not t6' be, put in. execution uitil' 'after: next' Saturday.;_ Alfred Berwick v. F. B., Hadnn a claim of l5s.: balance:, of 'account di::? to0r work and: labor:-. Plaintiff was paid at the rate of l5s.- ' pr we...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. : During the week ending June 23rd 191 births and 85 deaths were registered in the metropolitan and suburban districts;' there were registered in Hawthorn, 4 births and 1 death; in Kow, 1 birth and 2 deaths, (both at the Lunatic Asylam); and in Richmond 12 births and 7 deaths. A meeting of the Dandenong Board of Advice took place in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday ivening last, there being present the Chairman, Mr. J. Keys; Messrs Powis, Egan, Rodd, Searle. It was resolved on motion of Mesers Egan and Powis that a deputation of the whole board wait npon the Minister of Public Instruction with a view to ob taining an enlargement of the Dandenong State School.-The necessity for a suitable residence for the teacher of the Keysborough school was discussed at some length, and eventually it was resolved, on motion of'Messrs Searle and Egan, that application be made to the department for the erection of an ad ditional room to the teacher's residence at Keys borough...

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DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

DANDENONG. (From a Correspohdenlt. Te Preesbyterian congrogation, now a year eltra biirhod, purchaeed a superior, cabinet organ (Smith & Co., American) some time ago, and by an effort on the part of the aeoont'congreg.iion, ase.ated in the llet place by a friend -who paid cab for the instru djnt,: and~ took the purchase money as convenient, the debt thereon at the end of last quarter was about £12.: The Committee resolved to clear off this small debt and begin> the next year free as far as it was concerned, and a sacred concert for that'object was euncestlully carried out on Monday evening in the Mlechanics Institute. The choir of the congregation wan greatly assisted by outside friends-in an especial mainer by. the Keysborough choir, under their able conductor, Mr. Poeter. There are some very excel lent voices in this choir, which, were it not invidious, I would., with very great pleasuro, personally publicly acknowledge. Mr. Narl, from Gembrook, who, Iam assured, is for...

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GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, June 28. Present: The President, (Mr. Benson), and Councillors Middleton, Edsall, Lewis, Woodmason, Bellin, and Lorimer. TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL Thursday, June 28. Present: The President, (Mr.;Benson),.and Councillors Middleton, Edsall, Levis,: vVoodmason, Bellin, and Lorimer. TENDERS. Tenders were opened for 9250 ~ardiof metal for Belgrave road,.and that of W. Chambers accepted at 9s. a yard ;if neces sary the quantity .to -be ,increased ,totb300 yards. CORRESPONDENCE.. From Mr. Charsley, stating that he was entitled to be placed on the ratepayers' roll, as he owned property in the shire on which the rates were paid.-Received. From Mr. Williams, asking that the Boundary road should be pitched ar far as his gate.-To be informed thattheCouncil could not see its way to incur the expense at present. From Oakleigh Council, saying that re presentatives from that Council-would wait on the Gardiner :Council to represent- the necessity for opening the Boundary road. The President of the Oakleigh Shire was present to support the opening of the road.- The President said the condition of the road was such, should...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

MARRIAGE.   THOMSON-CRAIG.-On the 27th inst., at Dandenong, by the Rev. W. L. Morton, William Thomson, of Dandenong, to Margaret Mairs M'Neilly, second   daughter of the late Samuel Craig, Belfast, Ireland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

ADVANCE / AUST ALIA STEAM POWER SUPERSEDED BYI THE INVENTION OF THE A SP Bf GIC- S ENGINE, For Economicaily driving PRINTING MACHIINER Y. OP EVERY ' DESCRIPTION. The Pioprietor of the South Bourke and ornzngtoni Journal. desires to notify that tthe addition of NEW 'N IiuRoVED MOi-. RuY to his establishment, rendered necessary by the increasing cir culation of the Journal, enables him to execute Prntinn of ll -kinds with= greater despatch, ad in the best style. - Executed with despatch, on he most reasonablters', AT THE "South Bourke Iorminvgtoni Journal Ojjice." Posting B1 ,' , «: Placards Delivery Books Of i Balance Sheet , Account Books Memorandums Cheque Books 0 all lanai Hymn. Order Books * Trade Lists Catalogues , , =d Club Rules s ý cv, ~~kinde a;of r Cirulerar Club Cards Labels Wrappers Lists r , r _ Notices t r:: I:i Bills xrr g ;s x * (:I;I taste eparts card sermoine S Tickets s x,,Abstracts -d eN-Y a ý and s a rfza Invoice , ` Agreements xPamphlets Rent Banks e Show Cards ...

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