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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH. MAIL Leaves M~elbone .c Arrives Melbourne. Juily 10 July 24:' i August 7 August 21 Septemiber 4 September 18S .ctober 4 ;October 16 November 1 November 18 November 29 December 11 December 2T

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

ENGLISH NEWS. The Whampoa, which left London on May 29th ied n lIobon's Bay on Sunday last, bringing uteen days' later, news than that received by the nto, and eighteen days later news than that reeoived the hlt mail. We take the following extracts on the English papers : The B:dndard of the 31st May wries :-The news f the dlaffection of the Circassian regiments in the a0 service appears to lie confirmed by the tble am from our correspondent at Vienna. Pe iforl:i e n at the whole of thi Ciroseiaan regiments are being t back to BRuia, and that.one day'thirteen trains t!of 'alrc?ssian cavalry .paseed "along the' lines ards the north: Three iquadrona bhave been dis mediand one regiment is to be'nt to form part of -Siberian garrisons. It ie a little surprising that lever brought these regiments to'the front. It not have been evident that the men could hardly ue been trusted to fight, not only against their eo ligionhtl, but against their countrymen in the rkish service. Repression will ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 17th. Before the Mayor, Mr. Stacpoole, Dr. Molloy, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT.". Tuesday, uly 17th . , ?i Before the Mayor, Mr.. Staepoole;'Dr. 31olIlo, J.P. William Lawler was fined as. and costs, for driv ing without lights. A'yoctb, named Richard Allen, was charged with insulting behavioor.-The', circmsaiances were as follows; About eight o clock onu the evening of Sunday, the 8th instant, a young girl, namod Alice Hammond, was wllinog with another girl, along Bnrwood road, when dereodant, without any proio cation, put his foot in front of her, aild tripped her up. It wa, stated that this as the first time that defendat had offended io a similar manner. The girl was slightly injured by the fall, and is coestable, to whom she immediately afterwards :complained, took out the summons. Thedefenoce'wa that de fendant stopped the girl to ask her wby she had called him 'ames, and that the occr enoe wa accidental. The Mayorsa.d: the Bench wasedeter miued to put down lien.ri?m, and woufild inpose a nes of 10s., with 1Ss. costs, or '48 hors imp...

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NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

NDNBAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. The Nunawadig . CtiConcil sat as a Revi sion Court. on Saturday:, the l14thi:.. The name '.ofG. MciCracken ws 'added to' the roll for Cchtro Ridiog?j twitli this alterationi the roll was passed and orderied to be printed: ,. STihe ordinairy meetin, was afterwards held, Mr?. Witt" in the'chair and all 'thi members present..: : The a minutes': of previous m`eting were read and confirmed, and outward correspon dence approved; From Berwick Shire Council, requesting the settlementof; a claim of £830 s. 3d:, part cost. of constructing the LL bridge over the Dandenodng Creek.-The President said.this matter had been left ini the hanids of Councillor Keogh, and,he understoodi the claim had .been satisfied prior:td, the last annual meeting.-Councillor, Keogh 'said .he got a.i cheque. from :Sthe Couincil' for. 96,' which he forwarded to he Berwick: Shire. He considered. thatt was all bhey -were en titled toband: objected to anoy'?rthler pay ?ment:-Councillor Ellinhgw...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 14th. Before Mr. R. G. Benson, Mr. J. Berlin, and Mr. W. C. Watis, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

GARDINER POLICE COURT Saturday, July 14th.. w Before-Mr. B. G. R.Be-soni? Mr. ?;;i lin , W. d. Watts, J. - 4 George Boseley was summoned byRebet?O for wilfully permitting two dogs to attac s - Postponed for fourteen days. David Hope was charged by Keziah Alt proceriug liquor for George Oliver, a Pe? bibited fom being supplied with it.: NOaPia of pomplainaut; case struck out. , Stophen Woodward was fuocd 10. for negk- '° seid his two sons to school. William Pay was fned 5.., Thomas5 Re and George Leitche Ss, for neglecting to 5?nd chi dren to school. A similar case against John l'Ifonald Mniscd with a cauton, James Robinson for neglecting to send his cbil dren to school was fined 5s. A cape against Robert Scott for nsing iansilting ,ords in a public place was postponed. I : ;:: Robert Boyd was charged with vning riotous and disorderly behariour in an hotel; with rising nbusirr and threatening language in a public place;f with euSing to leave the hotel ; and with resisting Con stabie ...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 14th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

SOAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 14th. Before MIr. W. R. Looker and Mr. J. Jordan, Jo Michael Leonird . Lenten ; evading toll..& James Leonard v. Arthur Kelly, jan.; refa:Ot pay toll.-8oettled. Catherine Leonard v. Same; abusive lanl?st a public place.-Settled. Agnes Baker was charged with aseanltirg .l Bates.-Case dismissed. Charles Glossop was summoned by Mary G?kr shlaw cause -why a warrant of imprisonmentl not be iesued against him for dirobhlao it of the Court.--The Bench ordered imprisoJ~ default, which had the effect of making del immediately comply with the order. Andrew Bates was summoned by Agnes. Ba assault. Mr. Bead appeared for complain?o? Mr. Miller for defendant. The eae was pror, a fine of 40s. imposed with 42 costs. The same defendant was also charged bY! Baker with asing abausive language; but this Ce dismissed. Daniel Clancy v. M, Hoban; goods, £7f. poned for fourteen days. The Court then adjourned.'

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MELBOURNE PUNCH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

MELBOURNE PUNCH EXTRACTS. Another Reader.--Mrs. Brown: "I wish, Mrs. Jones. you could settle that little bill, it's of long standing. Mrs. Jones: "Yes, ma'am, but you see I'm not in a position to get a re-seat for it, The Dear Old Lady Again.-Mrs. Partington wants to know how it is that so many people die of digestion of the brain and liver. She always under stood that digestion was wholesome to the infernal organs of everybody. Agricultural. - Farmers' cry out against protection, and grumble at their hard fate, ec.. that their land does not yield sufficient to pay, &c., &c, ad nauseam, yet they refuse indignantly, even when offered it for nothing, to take a Pentridge crop. Hard Lines.-The preent Ministry are of opinion that '?lines are not always cast in pleasant places ;" and instance the Outer and Inner Circle Railway Lines. Comparisons are Odious. - Two persons, were con- versing about a very large mutual friend who had met with some reverses, but was working on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

THE HuEIGE OF Tm BoDY.-The joints are the hinges of the body. Rheumatism renders them stiff and unmancageable. A. co!d is more apt to settle in the joints than anywhere except the head. The use of the adulterated liquors of commerce is very apt to develope the earthy, chalky secretion which, in gout, is depceited upon them. The best substitute for nech fiery poisons, as well as a remedy for all rheu matic and gouty affections, is UDo~oao Woz?'s. cmEsuAr AoxAnIc OcuNAPrg, Valuable Discovery for the Hair.-If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, nese "The Mexi can Hair Renewer," for it willpositively restore in every case grey or white hair to its original colour without leaving the disagreeable smell of molt , Be storers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald aFots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for " The lMexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford.street, London,an sold by C...

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TURKEY THEN AND NOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

TUfREiX THEN: AN\DThNOW. early' '4 years' h ve' passed since lohammbned II completed the Turkish con quest of the old Byzanitiie or Easter Roman Empire by the conquest . ofConstantiniople, ai- fter a siege of nearly two months. Pre :vious to this time- the. Ottomans had made various conquests in cEurope/ for their con quering'course began before: the thirteenth' century.:, During these` six or seven centuries the wars of the Porte have been too .numerous to mention here. `' Her armies have often met the finest European itroops -Hungarian, Polish; Russian, Aus trian and the' ablest of Europe's commnmn ders, Bing Ladislas, aid 1Marlborough, and Prince Euugene of Savoy, Sobieski, and many- others-sometimes being defeated, and often victorious. The Turks were able not only to hold their own generally, but to niake great advances: in Europe, on one occasion almost advancing to the " gates of :'-ViennIa. With very few traits and habits in common with the other nations and peo pl-e of Euro...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

fHlLLIP pISLI4ND ,AND: OOLAMAI S EHIREO COUNUIL. Preenit Mr; To kbill (President): Oouncillord West, Sunnderland: Fowler, Kidd, Smith;, Kennedy Stewart and 'Monk. , i Councillo? Monk, the newlyielcoted member for the Corriioella Ridisn, having mat 'the nsual decilar tion. took his seat at the Councni tsble. SThe minutes of the lost meoting were read,. Moveda biv, Councillor Fowler, and: aecoaded-by Councillor Kennedy, that the minute, are inacecrate as egarde the co:reepoidenca with Mr.: aunt oa to nocewar .tworks at Cowes.--T . ,', Tit j .,es we o thon c?nfi?med : Co e e soent read and -pproved . Let m . S. 0 Skew, askiig for inamese of hold of i;conses for sale of spirits, &a.O; in the shire o PhillieIsland and dWSooiamai:ol.Mivedl byCouna 11lor Stewart. and seconded be aoonillor- ?ndea lind, and ca tied, that the letter.be received, and the seeetary's answer appioved of-:, `From Secreta. - of Laoad, stating that one acre of land *onild be gianted for the pnrpse of but idi...

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THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

* THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTIONU, BILL. SThis measure, whicli has been so i xiously looked for by the wlole community, has at "last been presented to, Parliament.: Seven lines are proposed to be made, five'of which Were fIared by. the itd Minhistry, viz., StaWve llto Horshain, Sprigs to Wahguiyah, Danolly to: St. .Arnaud;' Avenel to Shep paDron, and Woodend to" 'Daylesford; the other two iare the. connecting line from Melbourlne to Oakleig h anid a brianoch rail ,way to the Geelong racecourse; five of tie' lines of Ilie late H'dinmstry have been rejected, viz., Everton to i'rtleford, Lancefield road Station to `Lancefield, Warrnamlibol to Hiiakesdale, Brighton: to Frankston, Mel bouiiire to" Camberwell lvia Preston, and from Elsternwiclc to. Oakleigh.,. The Inost important of ithe sevei lines is: thatiefrom IMelbourne to Oakleigh; it is to be a little over nine and a half miles in length, and.is to cost not more thani £25,000. a mile. The followiang is the propised route.:--Commenc iag i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

:SHIRE O JEBOR OO3 DA . T.H EREBY give Notice that the C?ouncil of this Shire will tit as a R.vieione Court 'a the : Shire Hall, Coamberwell,; to REVISE ..the VOTERS LIST onii Wednesday, 6th .Jly, at7 o'clock p.m.', GEORGE HENRY TAYLOR; President. 26th Jane, 1877.. ' llj BOROUGH OF, KEW. " ENDERS will be received by the Kew Borough i;. : Council up to Seven p.m. on Friday, 27th July, for.the Lease from lt Augunst to 31st December, 1877, .of the tolls ti bo b iollected at the Johnston street Tollgate. Conditions of Leao may be seen at the Town Hall, T~he Council do not bind themelves .to accept the highest or any tender. OHOLLAND LOITON, T-wni Hall, KRei, Town Clerk: July 4th, 1877. BER)VICK SHIRE 'ELECTION. Pakenham Ridang...' ADIES and GENTLEMEN-I beg reopetfully to announce that I am a CANDIDATE to fill - the vacaiicy in the Riding at the Annual Eleclion in Respectfully yonur. GEORGE MILLER, Ju.ly'th,1877i THE PROVINCI'ALI & ;SUBURBANI BANK (LIMITED.) ' : BRANCH of the alo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

SCALE OF CHARGES' FOR ADVERTISING. Twenty Words, for On nortion ... ... I Iwenty to Thirty Words, do ; ... '2e Thirty to Forty Words, do . ;.. ... Ss above orrty Words, at therate of So per inch; if fr One Insertion only. i large Dreouro upon all Advetisement appearing . forThree Months."' Advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of insartions, or they will be continucd and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. Advertisements can only be discon tinued by written orders. DIREOTORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS, 64 Litt.e Collins street east; Melbournme and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. . Butchers PINNIGEO , JOHN,' General Family ,Btcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. ' !iscellaneous- J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. arveyors- BOLLAND LOXTON, Atbthorised Surveyor under Transfer of .a...

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NEW STATE SCHOOL, CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

NEW STATI' gSOP 00L; CAULFTDLD T heh Bo. W. OC Smii1i, Miister of Edu ci.tioo,'b.fotraliv opened t'he S. ate -School, Caulfield, on doeda , -ioerboon, at 8 p.mi. The building is of bric;, capable of holding about 100 children; nael the architectdre is or asemi-Gotbic cbaracter. . The total cost of cos?itction .was £:=5 . 9 The average attendao -ncet ahe .old school was inioety; aliholigh theie 'dwere '.0 names -on the books :It is expecedi?l lte:e will be a con sideiable addition of scolai.s iduring the next few months.i The ,oiolwing nlembers of the( board of 'advice, were .present: .Vessrs. Barrliman (presideni), Thos:. Watts, J;P., Win. Wa;is (presidenit of the Shire), Chambers, and Peeaisgion .The shbol children baving filed in, and the visitors tiken their seas,l Mr. Hiarriman ititroduced the HoUn. W. C. Smith in a suitable speech. The Miinister (according. to the Age) con gratulated'them upon tboe fact that as far as education was concerned their lines, had fallen in very plea...

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SUMMER SCENES IN BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

SUMMER SCENES IN BR1ANDY OPEC.EK. .:: BY A WNDEEsInR t At the. present momnent .Brand .Creek [1 kooirsmoie of the storms of witer thaen of the birds ot spring', or ;he heans of suimmer. ' Its mornings are cold, keen, and frosty; itst days wet, nod oiften driizliog, and its ni'hts damp and cheerless. .Bat ibis is not always the case ,in thba spot, which has been so aptly termed the" Garden of Vic;:oria." In the season iwhel the Si:el l]vre bird finds aC mate, and the seented waetle ? unfolds' its golden blossom, a gieat and mght'hv change ,comes : over the .face :of N.ature. .The melancholy gloom of its funeral anparel is then laid u osie, i andthe elicautifl spotless bridal :obes, are once mote assumed; it is., jdtast in'human lite; when the dull-gloomy cares are put away. bright ?appy moments a take tLieirr place.. ,To: my. mind one of the . most pleasing sights in- this, rural paradise is that : obtainied firom; one oCf the heights above the inwnship, on the southern side, ,u know...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 17th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

KEW BOROUGH COUNC1L. STuesday, 17th July. :-Present--Councillor DeMole (chairman), and Councillors Thompson, Marshall Mellor, Miller, Greenwood, and Barnard.: SCORRESPONDENCE. 'From the Licensed Victuallers' Associi tion, soliciting the patronage of the Council for their iaoual ball.-Received. From the Central'Board"of'Health,'stat- I ing that their. inspector .would on an early t day make an inspection of the Borough,- I Received. . d From J. J:Downing,Idrawing. attentioii d to the necessity of altering crossing opposite t his premises.-To be done by day labor. a From Anderson: & Crokcr, stating they. t had doubts if, the Council could legally in- a terfere with Wrizon's -lane, 'and advising g that the opinion of counsel be taken.-Coun- c cillor Barnard thought it' would be a waste n sf money. The Tokvn Clerk'said the Public t Works Committee had recommended,that the b opinion be taken, and he had acted accord- ji indl .-Received; ' - *. .Eom the Inspector of the Central Bo...

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DANDENONG COUNTY COURT. Wednesday, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

L`DANDENONG COUNTY .COURT.' Wednesday, July.!!. £7.:,I?r. Lowe: appeared foi plairitiff. The Shire Secretary proved the rates toa:bedue,f r 'theapast three years. Veidict for the ,amount; anid £2 2s. cost, -Sauo'e Jacks; ,£ o iThe amount had beni paid, and an order was o tde for codts. - ; Lyallv. Cranbourne Shiro, Council 1r. Madden for. plintiff, uand Mr;.Pnrves for the Council. .The case for plaintiff was that a'contract had been jointly i;niterd into betwein hiin and the Shire Council to lhav'e drainse' cut ' near plaintiff's property Several letters and repliis between the Council aid plaintiff were read, showing that a contract had been entered into, in 1874, cancelled, and the 55nie con traetor'pnt 'bon to compete iit in:1876 under super vision of plaintiff, for which 'work he lhad paid. Plaintiff explained that:a contract executed by a man named' Davis had nothing to do with 'the: present claim, and the two traneactioas had got jumbled together. ,Had .wilted on the Council, ...

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WARRANDYTE COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Tuesday, 10th of July. Before Dr. Sturt, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

WARRANDYTE COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS   Tuesday, 10th of July.   Before Dr. Sturt, P.M. Joshua Ely v. James McAvay; goods, £2 7s. di Defendant was represented by his wife, who said her husband was very ill, having met with an accident. The amount of the claim was disputed, and the Bench postponed the matter for another month to allow plaintiff to make out a detailed account. George Perry v. Archibald McIntyre; w £12 11s.-.Defendant admitted the claim. but re- quested time to pay it. Plaintiff said he was ?i, poor working miner, and the money was now due to him over a month. He'had already been to Mel- bourne to get the money, but was disappointed. Two other claims for wages against the same party were brought forward, namely, by Thomas Mc O £4 11s. and Thomas Porteous for £4 11s.- Defen- dant believed that all the claims were correct b employed these'men in the Third Hill tunnel, and as he had taken in some new partners he requested t to receivee the money fro...

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HAWTHORN COUNCIL. Wednesday, July 11th. [?]NARY MEETING. Present: the Mayor, and councillor Sayer, Hellicar, Denny, Molloy, Knipe. Johnson, and Wallen. CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

BAWTHORN COUNCIL : Wedneede, JTov. 11th'. CtD AtY E1=TING. Present: the Maaor, and roercillor: Sa?er, Hellicar, Denny, Io1lo', Kanipe. Johnson, and Wallen. COCESPONDiONNCE* R Froni' tho Licen?ireVitctuallea' Asociation, asking the patronage of the Conncitl or their annual ball on the 25th ine-leReceived. From A. ond E. Biodell, staling that they would require compeaseation. for the construction of a drain through their propert ftoni John-street to the creek. .i ome riridento in the Burwood road, a memorial requesting tIho Council to e:'ne the right-of-way leading .into orang obad; at the rear of their prem i.oe, to be properly formed and channelled.-Referred to Health Officer. .liBalao biought forward, 690g 14?.lld.; paid in, £218 ?.e 7d. ,paid out of borough fund, £72 16s. 2d.; out of loan fund, £163 7e1ld., . Counci!lor Soyc wee .appointed returning officer for the annual electione to be held on the 9th August. The retiing imemi?ien area ie IMayor aind colnciiillors .The Concil at...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 18 July 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. -0-o A new chum named James Lyons, who came out to the colony by the Kent, appears to have got into trouble soon after his arrival. He visited the salubrious suburb of Hawthorn on Thursday last, but the liquor which was supplied to him at various hotels did not agree with him, and he was arrested by the police, and fined by an unfeeling magistrate 5s., which he appeased, but he soon afterwards fell again into the hands of the police, and on beang brought before the Mayor on Friday last was sent to gaol for seven days without the optioa of a fine. In our column.s elsewhere Councillors Wallen and Jot"son announce themselves for re-election for the Iorough Council of fawthorn. At the General Ses.ions, on Tuesday, WilFlam Sutton, of Berwick, was charged with stealing aheifer. The case appeared in our columns recently. After hearing the evidence, the jery brought In a verdict of " Not Guilty," and the prisoner was discharged. A deputation from Dandanong School Board o...

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