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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

CORRESPONDENCES ' -0- SOur columnoare opn for the discossio of al qrest ions which are not of a seclarian character. 1We wish it to to distinctly ndie tood,howtevcr, that we do not. identjfy ourselves with tohe opinions eexpressed by onur correspondents. All icommunicationns;for, in-. 'e rri in mait LIaddressed to the Editor, and contain iho ,iaAe and addreas of the writer, as a guarantee of goodJa'itlA' ' ;..· -

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., the Mayor, and Messrs. Gleadell, Mitchell, Bennett, and Harcourt, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

POLICE INTELLIG ENCE : Before ? TIempleton P.M., the Ma or, and 'Me?dssrs: Gleadell, MIitchlll, Bennett, and Harcourt, J.1' ·.i Chas.: .Lill ayv. Alfred ?Garlick; use and occupatxoo, £1 lGs Piktiwfi in per son;;Mr. (illott for defeuidiat.- -Tis was an; action: to recover rent; fern house in Lennox street nsearthe LondonJavern. The defence was:' that plaintiff 's .wiife' had built' the place, and manageid the property for :twelvoyears, and that the iosnoi : was due' and payable to her.-Casi dismis'sed. E. Joager ,vi Charles Hymiiin;d goads, 8 :5s. 3d.--o appicarance. Michael Moloney, Willimin Snmart, hand Andrew ,Kenned3 wvere each fined 5s. with 2.s Gd cId.sts for allowing' cattle o isander ' m: Noonan, summoned for riding" on the: foodpatlh, wass fiPed 2s. Gd. with s., G6d. costs. Bf. Evansswas suummoned for.. allos iny a chimneys! to catch .fire.-Dafeidalnt said lie had :not been loong in; the h.usen, 'and lie understood on entering tiait, t;he chiiniue was : clean: ,He admitted t...

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CRANBOURNE HACK RACE PROTEST. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

tCRNUIOUItiE LIACI RACE PROTEST. - ta. I ont aixus to kao" "wa ti tf iu. etearis hbae donoein the, Rack .nee,. and why.it wasnoto aent to the Anstraltaian, a theiy agreed to do on the aettling night ? I cannot understand why a body of men, who untdertake thi carrying out" of a racing' programmino houild have tn:alpptal to the Australasian or any otler cource? "Thae eould ~ot'ho?v uoider eto"d their dutic-, 'which thoe did not, or tlhey4iuld out have allowed trained race thoses to start as mti'mon liack; The steeplJchaeao u vas adlvertisdd an three tinmes round th cotire.t ; th Ihor- which got' the nlcuny, cot a corner off, and went fromt ftnwc to foence. Thn Maidn Hutirdle Itao woo' advertiud ta weight for age; when thi hornes camu to bi. naighed, the etawardsput up. welter weights ; a little favo ritisanwas shuirn h tfot, as the r eno to to Sloople chllto. The Treastrer tilla uo, on the settling night ervtythiog in cc ncetiont theowith woao s tteftetoitl comnplted.; Why did itmeetl...

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LYALL V. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

LYALL YV. CItNlitiuURNI d ldttE 40UNCO U IL. ti,--'ihis .matter, for a ltongti?; ipoat, li;o boen contial o?ily befoin the Ciounil i ~ 'vOrioUns Irma of soliitttiouns and thlrcoiiiandS hai tIke:l up a cunti derttit portioui of. t f Caoui'a 'ttiin! in thir enduavor to unravel it iti a fair, and al itimpairti al ianuer, with the desiro to do jootico alike to dir. L s1 aind ifo ratopayjel getierally, .whos inttettleilthey rcpitceult tioully ':itti that 'if 'ir: Lya l, and to whosu din' crpdctfult ai d diciur:ouis a.d~itins tdiiy wr:o aoid aro inldifferent. After a patient and lengthened per. ection ot klctters of a riho?tLisontado charictLr, eiglht aialh of thli Couocil doimed tho clail hto madeo pon its funtds oii'oot utjuytifiablida, d which ho ira, unable to estoblist in the County Court. For the puilioo.oft it elucidation,for tli iuformittion of :hto rate' psO'¶r gSenrally, who io not undorsitand it, I will, with thl. favour of ynur pcrmnis.nin, state the facto ?thta occd?rted, whi...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

To the Tditorof the South Bourke andj?rnington Journal. i Sza,-Your teporter of't i Grifli'?a, poiui' P lio Ccurt nowa h isicarces Pdone jottiee to the, cases Schuler v. C(ason. Allomw na;sir in juatico to :=, self and friends,' to putihe actual' facts btfoio your numerous readers. FlFor. many months past the ninm Carson has been a gleat amnoyance to me, inasmuoch as he comes into oiy hotel to inult nid: atmault me, and samoetimca'ty cuotomers; But an the 8th Junea last the defendant blkoli into coy bat at tloveu p.m:' kept po?eseion till morning, uing the mobt filthy language that could poasibly be conceived, threatening what he would do if I came out of the bedioom, whichl I was really afraid to do. I took no stlfls thii time, thinking ,he would refrain for.the future from molenting me or winue; but on the 28th of the same mnoth hlie came into niy hitel abiut one o ll, I coildJ te ro iveh widh dri l, nor ,,.ett by aton, in in my hliu,- when le too up boot and i.lomeaented ber-ti :...

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 28th July. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., and Messrs. Hutton, Attenborough, and Keys. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 28th July. Before. Mr. Templeton P.M., and Messrs. Hutton, Attenborough, and Keys. Ruddock v. Webb; a summons to show cause. It was stated that arrangements had not yet been made that defendant could obtain the grant of his land, and that he would soon be in a position to realise on his land if complainant did not press his claim. -Struck out. Barwick v. Hann; an adjourned case. Mr. Hann was present, and complainant de posed to having been engaged'by him to do certain work. He also stated the amounts he had received. I.-e was engaged for three weeks at 15s. a week, and had received 10s. In reply to defendant he said he did not get a sovereign from the overseer. For the defenccehMiss Grace Hann stated "she' heard her father -engage defendant, who would leave the amount of wages to him. Defen dant'wa discharged because lie got iftoxi-' cated.-Defendant's overseer deposed that he liad piaid plaintiff a sovereign, and Miss Hann saw it paid. . Dischiarge...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

bEi 'Soutih i~ouvkt AND WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Ist,.1877... Tiiiireportof the Educiationf Depar tment, which was preseiited 'to Parliamenit' :lie other day; shows that much still:remains, to bredone for tihesatistactory adminisitra tion of the piresent systemi, of education: Theestimated number of children of school age in, the :colony:is over 196,000, i but nearly 12,000 of eslie," though 'ome of them have, nio dotibt, been? educated up to the requiied standard, do .noti atten d aniy school 'whatever. We may feirly con= clude: that, a large niumber of these are growing up in :ignorance and it may be in.vice, and it ivouldtherefore see s ithat -the present system is:compulsory onilyin name. Whs is required' is, an':accurate census or roll: of the children of schoolaei throuigho?? the :colony, l buit thouiglh'ie has been promised fromi time to time iti has not 'ci etbeen I :omliiled.' he lIabour of forming it in the firstplace would be the 'reat difficulty; it would be''comnp irad tiveley...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

ARRIVYAL AND <DEPARTURE OFP THE :ENGLISHI. MAIfL:i Leaes Mielbourne. - t'elb r . August 7 " August , 21? : September 4. September 18 October 4 October 16 - November,l November 13' November 29 December 11 Deceniber.i 27

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

MEETINGS OE LOCAL 'BODIES.I LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th:July. Present.--The President, (Mr. Depuy) and Councillors Hutchison, Lithgow; MPIThtyre, and Hunter. ' -.Tle minutes of the meeting of 23rd.June and 14th July were read and confirnied. CORRnESPONDECE. .From G. G. C:irroll, requesting leave to mine under the road at Ringwood according to plan provided to the Council, and that the three chain road be reduced to 'one chain wide. From C. Rowan, Government Engineer, recommending-MIr. Carroll's. application. It nwas moved and seconded that permis sion be granted to Mr. Carroll to mine under' the road, subject to the same conditions as those accorded to the Ringwood Antimony 'Mining Company, and that the road he:re duced from the' three chain to one chain wide. Reports from the Shires' Conference re ceived. From the inhabitants of a portion of 'the parish of Warrandyte, complaining of the impassable state of .the road 'near Deep Creek and Kennedy's Bridge, and praying the ...

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NOTES ON BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

NOTES ON BRANDY. CREEK. (sy A CO TRIDrUTOR.) Fire years ago I had occasion to roughi it brough the dense scrub: of Biirndy Creek on matter of business, and can, therefore, ?a that "it licks creation" in. tie matter f roughness. I travelled two days. and i ever saw a habitation, but .now over the ame line of country people are living about ne mile apart, and grass seems to be the ad aimed at. How few selectors know he very difficult and arduous task they have adertaken when first they enter their pegs; lie snail-like pace they have to travel award, with their improvements; the time hat will elapse before any returns are to and an, d te very indifferent success to be chieved even than. The first glimnase at a lection just pegged out gives one the idea fHerceles cleaning out the Augean-stable; lie east mass of tangled intertwined scrub, he fallen timber, and, what is worse, tlg tanding timber, are problems to solve that o one but a selector knos.. " Olh, yes," aid Jones, who had first ...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Satirday, 28th July. Present--The President (T. Attenborough) and. Councillors Keyss Egan, Orgill; Smartt, andRodd The minutes wnere read and confirined. CORRESPONDENCE. From the. Ulider, Secretnry, fixing the 23rd July to 'receive the deputation re outlet at .,Kananook Creek. The President re ported that Couincillor Keys, the Secretary, and' himself liad waited upon Mr. iBerry, who promised that he' aould inquire into the Council's claim, and see that the Council lad a definite answer incthe course of. a few * From Onkleh-; - Shire Council, stating that the Council was satisfied with the action of the Dandenong Council in collect ing the,toll at the Dandenong Tollgate by paid collector.--Received.. From same, .sating that the.Oakleigh Toll had been . leased to Mr. M. Leonard at x158 (s. 8d. per month.-Received. : From the Education Department, asking the Counihcil to'keib and channel in front of th'e. State' School, Dandenong. Proposed by Councillor Keys, a...

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NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

NUNAWADING SHIRE COUUNCIL Siturd ay Sth July. Present-The -Presidelit (i: r;Witt) and Counicilll liin.gwo.tliy. iKeohh; Fisher, Crossman,:Dalzell,- Maine, and Aspiniill.: The 'miinutes of previous meetin'g were read and confirmed ;T;.lfenders for .th iletting of' the White IHorse Tollgate and -Delany road Tbollatie, for saperiod of 5 months, having been called for were opened ninbmely :-Patrick '.Ryan ; x77 ier month J.olin ,llM?isfield, £S 3 per. month i John : Hare, i£9617s. G per monrth O'Hiare's tenideir which liad en closed' thesum of Oh as deposit, was accepted. i. CORRESPONDENCE asking 'fr returns showiine -'the number of hobldings?'withlin- the. Sliire-'xcieedin" 100 acres.-Orderito'liebiiopliid 'with: ' Fro'm tin il3 dale iiShire Secretary, stating that cthit C.ouncil werieq quite willing to dcoopiraitie vitihthem 'in them atter of rail i?y "extension, an: d calling attention to Counicilloir -Ellingwvorth's remarks at a pre viousmeeting of the Council as having been qiuite'...

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[COPY.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

[CorY.] Shire Office, Lillydale, 17th July. The Prai Nunuawading Shire Council.-Sir,-I atm intc by this Council to rebut tile stuatement madetI .Ellingworth in the Nunawading Shire Council;, making hi' comments upon the corrtpeea received from this Council, ts reported in tdb: their meeting of the 23rd June Il?t. The a- is as follows:-" That the majority of the iT Shird Council were directly opposed to the pe Gonernment, nnd in the present aspect of afir look for them to join in representing their chma railwtay extension in that hearty and unne-. manner that it elhould be gone about ws entire;:, of the qiestioi." Cr. lulliogworth's remrut' ungenerous, unfounded and uncalled for, ad motives imputed to this Council unjust su the uiitruc. This Council are quite willing to e 'oa with the Nunawadiug Shire Council when?u.c can show the time is opportune. Any dtept that waited on the Minister of Railways prevj, the date of our last letter invariably me: min indefinite reply, and a deputati...

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THE LILLYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

THE LILLYDALE S111RE COUNCIL Sir,-I'ramreqne.ted by thisi Shire Council lte your ipermistion for the following copy of a le:? appear in 7Ihe Ale columns of corresponden, L warded to tho Nunawading Shire Council as claimer to Cr. Ellingworth's aspersionu on Lillydalo ShireoCouncil.-I am, &c., . . . W-. W. PAUL, Shire Secretr,

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NOTES FROM LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

NOTES FROM LANG LANG. (mBY A CONsTRIBUTOR.) -:: - Some time agon liad occasion' ?to traiel from the Lang Lang River to M usk OrCeek, and was surprised at the raid `titlddes` the settlers were making in those pinces'; itt is only about two years and a half sifice the irst selector came here, wvith one exception, that of Mr. B. George, who had selected some two years before;: he has a. splendid place now, and the finest grass in the dis trict When the selections were laid off a wo chain road was left, coniecting Whiskey. Creek with Tobin Yallock: T'he land has all been run in from. Musk Creek to. the Ing Lang both sides of the road; nearly? all the selections on the south side of the road have a frontnge to the Lang Lang River, and the road firontage is nearly all fenced in, fencing being general, because there is a very fair natural grass on most of the selections, except on a narrow. strip dof hazel scrub along the river.' The selectors pull well together; they hlve erected a very t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

(Eight ycars rnagercr orO'Calaglana Swan,).. WHOLESALE Grocer, Wine,' .Spirit ,AND PROVISION IEROHIIANT. WINES & SPIRITS of the incst Quality in1u `and Bottle direct from 'Bond: Famiich.s',p nh,.cd in Qnoatitiiw, nlat VLolsi e P,1 ice nd ? Gooda delivhrcd wtthin Eight tiltc.h " S?l. Agoa t .in l chmotidr d for , CL'herry's Celebriated Thistle Brand Butter ROWENA,. PARADE,, RICHMOND. DO YOU WAN'I' CHE APl WATCHES ? THEN GO TO Siaytor's, Clearing a"Sle, : roviou o to his iNTo aiNOURNEXTENSiRVi'PREPISES. : COE EARLY. .Ir,?.uICIE IGOAD;, RicHNOXDD. :is,:?j ELN OFF ! SELLING OFF :s:. ;. In cors-quenco of. earng Rildchmondd !;ald iritg firnm r i'eoss, i ~ F.d;·) L·1·- :.W I . Begs to int'il thaI IS NOW SELLING OFF Ei : Large and well arcorted STCOKI O D At Very ,Lo :Prices, iii order tht `every article on the Premises man be cleared out and, Tirned into I oney RICIIHMOXD HtOUSE, 136 Bridge, Road,'d ichbmond."; ADV1YANCE , AUSTRALIA STEAM POWER SUPERSEDED' BI THE ]IIENTF)i OP T IE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

Valuable Discovery for Ilth- ILTir.-li your har I. turning grey or white. or falling off, nus " The Mei- i. cln flair Renewer, " fr it willpoitively restore ise. efery case grey or white hair to it. enginal oleour without leaving the disagreeable smell of moat ". Be storers." It makes the hair charmingly beantiful, as we!l as promoting the growth of the hair on bati orots. where the glands are not decayed. Aok your Chemist for' The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Henry 0. Gallup, 493 Oxfordsatreet, London and ald by Chebnht sand Porfumere eoerywhere at 3s, 64

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THE OTTOMAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

THE 'OTTOMAN ARMY. (From the .London Times.) The hostile operations of the combatants on the Danube have not yet really begun in earnest, the.Russian 'leaders, in the four weeks' interval since the declaration ofwar, having donteined themselves with directing the strategic advance of their armies to the valley of the Danube, and massing them in accordance with their plan of the campaign, particularly with a view" to effecting a pas sage of the great, river.. The Turks, on their part, have actively set about their military preparations, which are not yet, however, near completion' and they have busied themselves :with the distribution:of men: and nmaterial along 'the .extended frontier line of defence with a view to resist the 'hostile tide. The Turkish :leaders: oni reaching the European seat of war addressed themselves to the taisk of preventing the passage of the Danube, and, in the event of the river being forced, of barring thie progress of the.iin vading hostts across the Balka...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

SCALE OF CDARGES : FOR ADVERTISING. Trenty iords, for One lnsertion .. ..s. Senty to Thirty Wotda, do -... .. 2? Thirty to Forty Words, do ... ... ?s Above Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large DwoarrT upon all Adrertisenrants appearing for Three Months. Adrvetticments moit specify on the face of them'the aurl:er of instrlions, or they will be continued' and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdraownl or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. rdrertisements can only be discon-. tinned Iby written orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS. 64 Litt.e Collins street east, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. Bntchers 'INNIGEH. JOHN, General Family Botcher: Rowena Parade; Richmond. Viseellane0un- J. BOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digun strcet opposite Argyle quare, Carlton formnely of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Surveyors HOLLAND . LOXTON, AnthorisedL Surveyor under Transfer of...

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FARM WORK FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 August 1877

FARM WORK FOR AUGUST.' (PFren A. iLinconos a ontfty tesorteC.) Top-dressing ouglit nowv. to be attended to,'as many of the young crops will'be be nefitted through an inmmediate application of stimulants.-: The"indrket is Tfll of -artificial manures, and 'it: will::be good policy to ex pend a few shillihns per acre uponi those paddocks 'exhiiting 'a we'akness of growthli through past exhalustion or natural deficiency in plant-food. ,.English barley may be sown this montli with every chance of success. If the land: be rich, and thoronghly' well tilled, the crops will irobably-: go ' ahead without 'any check, and be better than those sown earlier. The frosts are alit to affect early sown bar e iNo farmer oight to be without.a plot of maize; for summer and autumn- feed it is really indispensable. The best baittern is made from maize,- rye-grass, : and prairie. Even if more maize be,: grown than is re= quired in a green stage, it can: always be itilised as winter food' if the surplius be...

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