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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT Saturday, 13th October. Before D. Reid Esq (chairman), and Messrs. W. Harbison, S. West, M. Turnbull, and Joseph Fowler J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

GRltiFITliS' POIT POLICE COUiIT Saturday, 13th October. Before D. Reid Esq. (chairman), and Messr. W. Harbison, S. West, 3. Turnbull, aeo Joseph Fowler J.P. Police v. Wood ; for permitting liquor to be drunk in his licensed premises on Sutndr. 10th August, to other than lodgers or Gi lide travellers.-Isaac Ross and Willira Richardson proved that they in copnpar with another man had three small bottlesi porter in the kitchen, which was served bi the servant girl, and paid for.-Josepi Richardson proved that lie was at Woa on the Monday following witl ConstabS: Deacon ; lie heard Mrs. Wood say that s, was only funning, and that they only I~b water.-Defendant was represented tv ir. Budd, who submitted that the case sloo:he be dismissed on the ground that IMr. Ttti was not cognizant, nor a party to thi offence, and quoted the case of Police r Collins in support of that view.--Mr. Wce.i proved that he was away from loire on tI day in question, and had left strict ibuen. tions that no busi...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

MELBOURNE. (PROM OUR OWM CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday THEnun is but, little to report in connection with Parliament. The members of the Assembly are getting through a fair amount of work without much palaver-in faet Mr. Berry appears to have placed a kind of moral gag on htj numerous follow ing. The most momentous tlook is an early quarrel with the Council over tW Railway and other bills, and the result of it is likely to be very dis couraging to the people and their friends. It is to be hoped that the partisans of law and order will be on this occasion in the ascendant. The interest in "Cup Day" see tis yearly to in crease, and as each new line of. ay is opened larger numbers will probably visii elbourne to witness. this great sporting event. Lat year the railway authorities were tasked to the utmost in conveying people to and from the course, but it is possible that in future the road will be more patron ised than it has been. The Minister of Railways seems determined, however, to give...

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 29th September. (Before Messrs. Lecky, Patterson, and Rossiter, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

OIIANBOURNE POLTOB COURT. Saturday, SOtli September. (Before Messrs. Lecky, Patterson, and Rossiter, J.P. F. Bethlnc v. ,Ja:es CallagIan; a clai for guuds. L£5 14s. Sd. Pa}Imelt hIad ken applied fir and the amionunt promIsed. *k account h bieasn faaraaisaV.-Order ka aaaanaanc cliaimcal with ·s. WI. costs. T'hle Coaart tlhcn aid joarated.

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WHISKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

WHISKEY CRlEEK. WE are greatly. exhilirated. by the opening of the railway line from Oakleigh to the Bunyip' on the 5th inst., and I trust they will soon run the train to Whiskey Creek, which would' suit the majority of selectors far more than .at Bunyiip; in fact the. line is almost 'fiiished to' Drouin Junction; as proved by the engine, one carriage, and 'a van, that took the visitors to the banquet at Buln:Buln; passing over it. ': p. A' banquiet was held' at the township of Brandy Creek in honor of the opening' of the above portion, of ,the line...It was a very successful, affair, and 'the promoters of it deserve credit' for the 'capital manner in which, everything was arranged, and whein the difficulties of the rioid are .taken into consideration, it is-surprising so complete a spread was provided; the wines, &c., were excellent, good justice being done to them.' Of course the usual toasts were given, thus winding up one of. the most successful affairs ever given in thi...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions which are not of a sectarian character. Ite wish it to be distinctly understood, hlowever, that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. All communications for in. sertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guarantee of good faith.

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TIME-TABLE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

TIMaE*TABL GIPSrLAXn fAILWAT.-Oakleigh, de parts at 7 am.; Dandenong, arrives at 7.28,fare is. 6d. and 1s.; Berwick, arrives' at 7.5Oi, fare 3s. and 2s.; Pakenham, arrives 8.20, fare 4s. Od. and 3s.; Bunjip, arrives at 9, fare Os. 6d. and 4s. Od. Leaves Bunyip at 6.30,' and arrives at Pakenham at 7.10, Berwick 7.30, Dandenong 820, Oaklcigh 8.30. There is a rediced scale of charges for Saturday excursion tickets, available to Monday evening. " :

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Leves MIelbourne. Arrives Melbourne. November 1 November 18 November 29 December 11 December 27

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PROPOSED TRAMWAY AT BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

PROPOSED TRAMWAY AT BERWICK. A meeting of gentlemen who have selected land in the neighborhood of Berwick under the 19th clause of the Land Act was held at Scott's' Hotel, Collins street, Melbourne, on Monday evening last. There were about forty selectors present. On motion of Dr. L. L. Smith and J. Flannagan, Professor Halford was voted to the chair. The object of the meeting was to ascertain the opinibn of the selectors as to the' desirability of making a tramway leiding close to their selections and terminating at the railway, where, as we stated some time since, a siding had been promised. Mr. William Brisbane was called upon to make an explanation as to what had been done in the matter and what it was intended to do. He said he had applied to the Berwick Shire Council for permission to make the tramway himself, which had been conceded. Since then, however, the Coun cil had come to the conclusion that allow ing him to do so would creite'a monopoly, and considered it should lhe i...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 13th October. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 13th October. Present: The President (Mr. Jas. Lecky, ..T.P.), and Councillors Rossiter, Howard, Poole, Lecky, jun., Patterson, and Greaves. The minutes of previous meeting: were read and confirmed. Councillor Poole brought up the report of the Finance Committee,;redommending pay= ments amounting to £94 Os. Sd., which was adopted, and the Council adjourned for half an hour, to enable the Secretary to make payments. On resuming, outward corres pondence ?was read and approved, and the following correspolndence dealt with: - From Dandenong Shire Council, asking co-operation in improving:portion of Bang hlohed road, near Tweedie's.-=Postponed until after the annual appropriation. From Chief Secretary's office, stating that Mr. John IIeddrick had been appointed to audit the Shire accounts, and setting forth the remuneration to be given.-Received. From Mr. John Heddrick, Government Auditor, asking when the Shire accounts would be ready for audit.-Referr...

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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCII." The cartoon is entitled "A Lesson fro the Stage." Young Australia.-" Dear m. MIr. Creswick, I thought when you didnot 'blow,' you were going to be such a failure: Mr. Creswick.-"In the bright lexicon ot my art, boy, there is no such word a ` .f il.' That Line Again.-Is the Railway Con sctruction Bill a mnoney bill ?--It cIan classed among Ways and Means, for it r undoubtedly a Way-Bill, and the leobsons Bay shareholders assert that it is a mean Bill. At Buln Biiln.-Mr. Longmore.- -':? will brink? you to Melbourne the neare way you can go, and we will brio yo0l into Melbourne in spite of myseldf adl r residence.' (Cheers and laughter.) Whiar News.-The attack on Plerna b2 been: suspended for want of shovels, sai ourictelerainmmarian. In reference to thi item wiio' ny state that our operator is 0oi of those matter-of-fi:t men who always cr a spade a spade, and, therefore, whln h5 talks of shoiels, wee feel assured he maeo them. ":Probably, the Russians are aut?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

Draught Stallions., TIE. CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE, INTROVEn, Will STa?D this Se?-on at Sr. GER3LAIN? . IPRIOVER is a dark bay, rising 3 years old. 'SntE s: Cowden Prince, by Black Prince (imp.); dam by Cowden Lad' (imported); g. dam by Ben Lomond (imported); g.g. dam imported by R. Brodie.: Dnai: Violet; by Fergusonis Clyde, the ellunpion horse'of Adelaide ;her dam, Blossom, by Improver; g. dtni Di:riond, which 'was first prize-taker in Adelaide foi three years. TERfS-F4 for mares paddocked; £3 for mares led to the horse. One in fie gie in. All care, but no responsibility. . 7lee . :ALEX. l 'ATTERSON. Vi~ctor' W tty, The inost Minificeiet Drnmght Stallion of his ago in the Colonisc; Will Standl this Season at Soninerfield .-- Grange. IXornington. M AitrlE ill ic. receivred fromi' ih elt October, . wll. 'ith'free jiddocking uintil they are served; due notice of which will be give;n to owners, after which ias chargel will be oimde for:grss.,l- All' eare taken of mnares sent, but no res...

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English Mail News. LONDON, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

From our London Corresponadet. LoNDnoN, August 31: - Parliament has at length finished its labours; even 1Messrs. Parnell and Biggrare silent in St. Stephen's, and our jaded senators have dispersed in all direc tions. The retrospect of their last six months' doings cannot, one should think, be very satisfactory either to themselves or to the country; but;, for the time at least, all such :isconifortable reflections are banished by the pleasurable excitement of groitse shooting, for the report from the moors is that the birds are pretty plentiful and are fairly strong on the wing. IBefore breaking- ip day rarious: attempts wer made by private members, if not to get up a debate on the .Esstern Question in either House' at least to elicit some assuranes from the Government as to their polc;y during, the recess.. In the Upper Chamber the w?ily: premier fenced admirably,'is is his wont,; with all his 'interrogaters: Loid' Fevers ham, a very friendly catechiser, he cleverly induced to.for...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

MA.RIMETS. DANDEieON 1MARIET.-Thle market eras well attended yesterday. There was a good supply of pigs and calves, which realized good prices. There were not many cattle in. There was a good supply of potatoes, but not much garden produce. A feature in the day's proceedings was MJr. Chas. Dobson mounting the rostrum for the first time, in connection withl the firm of Egan and Clarke. Being almost a native of the township, he had soon a good audience of admirers, if not purchasers. ire seemed to aequit himself very well. EASTER? MARrKET, Saturday, -13th October. Vegetables: Artichoke, ground, ild. per lb; aspara gus, is. to 4s. per hendred; beans, broad, lid. per lb.; beet, 9d. to is. per dozen ; bouquets, as. to Ss. per dozen; cabbages, is. to 30. do.; oauliflowers, 2s. to 3s. 6d. do.; carrots, 6d to od. per dozen bunches; celery, 2s. to 5s. per dozen sticks; cress, water, 6d. to 7d. per dozen bunches; garlic, 2d. to 3d. per lb.; horseadish, is. 6d. to 5s. per dozen sticks; leeks, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

Shiroe z Notices. SHIRE OF CRANIBOURNE. TI HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that it is the in 1 _tentioi of the Council of the Shire of Cinm bourne, at a meeting to be held on the 27th October, 1877, to STRIKE a RATE of One Shilling in the £ on the net annual value of rateable property withiin the Shire. A copy of the proposed rateis open for inspection at the Shire Offices. 42teo J. F. DU3fARESQ, Secretary. . SHIRE OF DA. DENONG. A PPLICATIONS will be received up to Two O'Clock p.m. on Saturday, the 20th October, for the OFFICE OF POUNDKEEPER. For further particulars apply to the Secretary. S . JOHN IKEYS, Shire Secretary. SHIRE OF PHILLIP ISLAND. , 0 T I C E. T ENDERS will be received till Twelve o'clock on U. Sattrday, the 27th day of October, 1877, for the undermentioned Works.: Contract No. 121. Timber Calvert ad S0 chais Drain, at Hordy Gordy Creek. No. 123. Ten chains of Clearing road from Bury's bridge, and 40 chains'of (Grbbing and Clearing, Kilcunda. No. 128. Culvert and Drains, ir. Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

tiLE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISICNG. Tentv Words, for One Insertion ... ... is. Trent to Thirty Words, do .. ... s. hiry to Forty Words, do .. ... s. 1.re Forty Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch, if for One Insertion only. Ahrge Discousr upon all advertisements appear ing for Three Months. Trade Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. tdvertiements must specify on the face of them the number of insertions, or they will be con tinued and charged for till counternmanded. All orders for withdbrwld or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. jAvertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER, TIOLMAS, 64 Little Collins street eat, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Batchers pINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Butcher, Rowena Parade, Richmond. liscellaneous J. BOLT, Water Filter 3fnufacturer, 117a Canligan street, opposite Argyle square. Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, L.gon street, Surveyors...

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A QUIET OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

A QUIET OUTING.   The following has been furnished to us by at gen- tleman who was one of the number who recently took a trip down the peninsula between Western Port and Port Phillip Bay; and will, no doubt, be interesting to many of our readers: "Being inclined for a trip out, and moreover, being desirous of a glimpse of the much-vaunted Sorrento, the Bella Vista of Sir C. G. Duffy, a friend and I started from Dandenong, and in due time   reached Frankston, whence, after refreshing the inner man, not forgetting the cattle, we proceeded on our journey by way of Mornington. The Tanti Hotel being the next place of call, we pulled up and refreshed. After a few minutes' spell we again took the road for Dromana, our destination for that night, and which we reached after traversing a most abominable piece of road, over Mount Martha, early in the evening. After paying due attention to our wearied animals, we found ourselves snugly en- sconsed in the Arthur's Seat ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 October 1877

---o' The next County Court at Dandenong will o held on Tuesday, the 13th November. .Mr. Alexander Crichton, of Gembrook, has been dp. pointed Deputy Electoral Registrar for the Lillydale division of the Electoral Distriet of Evelyn ? and ,or the Pakenham division of the Electoral :District'of Mornington. During the week ending Oertober 6th 155 births and 77 deaths were registered in the Metropolitan and Sub urban districts; in Hawthorn there were registered four births and three deaths; in Kew, two births and one death; and in Richmond, 10 births and 13 deaths. At the meeting of the Cranbourne Council, on Satur. day, Coucnillor Patterson presented a petition, numer ously signed, asking the Council to make such improve ments on the road known as Lecky's road, running from .Cranboirne to Berwick, as would enable traffic to pass thereon. There certainly should be one passable road between the two townships. A good deal has been done to Clyde rood, but portions of it are still so bad a...

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 20th October. Before Messrs. Templeton, Hutton, and Rodd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

DA1\DENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 20th October. Before Messrs. Templeton, Hutton, and Rodd. Samuel Ruddock v. Patrick Fitzsimmons ; a charge of obtaining goods under false pretences. Plaintiff stated that on the 1st instant defendant ncme into his shop and said that his name was Neville, and obtained goods. Thought from defen dant's appearance that he was a member of the Neville family. Found afterwards that his name w?u Fitzsimmons. Gave the goods because defen dant said his name was Neville. Would not have given prisoner goods on his own account.-In reply to the Bench prisoner stated that he only said that either he or Neville would pay for the goods. Ordered to be imprisoned for a month, with hard labor. A court for the revision of the electoral lists for the district was then held. There were four claim-: ants, and as there were no objections the list was amended accordingly. A conference of delegates from the Richmond Town. Couneil (the Mayor and Councillor Adam), the Haw thor...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 20th. Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, John Bellin, and W. C. Watts, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

GARDI. ER POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 20th. Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, John Bellin, and W. C. Watts, J.P. Lewis Barker v. John hart; debt, £1 5s.--Order for amount and 5s. costs. The general electoral lists for the Gardiner and Caulfield divisions of the South Province were revised.

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THE ELECTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 October 1877

I?E EL01CONS AID QUALIFICATIONS: COM?ILTTEE . teatipgtion of the circumstanes attending the ofMr Ferguson in contesting the election of as set forh in the petitionof Mr J. D. d on en .dtn Wedneday afternoon. The SWhich thedisaaltcatlonoafthe sitting mem :??ade for were that he hadbeen guilty of treat 7ad that he was interested in a Government con a it was ashed that the election should be de ll ??o . cFnrland appeared for the petitioner, b tl 'or the respondent. Wm. Ellingworth, . ta 'a itnees, deposed that on the 3rd April S adrertitment in the daily papers asnking to meet at the candidate's pnrvate howe to Std, ints for the election. They met accor a ransactedbuasines, and had some excellent ;5Oa?eab hautnothing eWe. Witness had charge of .?f?ng boothi on the day of election. It was f CO ti of tler and some lemonade in the booth. , fr the drink in the first instance, and was :1 O.rt<tid e by r Fergusoo--J. A. Loceke, resi ItaP?tla', hdeped that he attended thoe eetic g ...

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