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DANDENONG MAIN ROAD TOLL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

DANDENONG MAIN ROAD TOLL FUND. £ a. d. To Main Dandenong road repairs ... 547 0 9 ,, Balance ... ... ... . 63 19 2 £1110 19 11 £ s. d. By Balance, 30th September, 1875 ... 224 19 6 ,, Dandenong toll receipts ... ... 493 2 8 ,, Oakleigh .. ,, ... ... 19 17 10 " Centre Riding Fund .. . . 174 O 0 SNorth .... ... .8 69 0 0 £1110 19 11 BEACH MAIN ROAD TOLL FUND. £ s. d. To Balance. 30th September, 1875 ... 80 13 3 , Beach road repaire .. .. 70 5 6 £15018 9 By Miordialloc toll receipts ... .. 106 14 7 ,, Balance ... .... ... 44 4 2 £15018 9 CENTRE RIDING. £ e. d. To public works ..... .. .. 6. 4 4 7 ,, Proportion of working expenses and charitable vote ... .. 148 0 1 ,, D,. of interest ... . ... 50 4 0 ,, Dandenong ain road toll fund . 174 0 0 ,, Law cots .. .. ... 57 2 7 ,, Repayment of loan .... .. 252 10 0 £1316 1 3 £ s. d. By Balance, 80th September, 1865 .,. 148 15 7 ,, Rates ... .............. 3438 4 ,, Dog registration fees ... ... 10 5 0 , Publican's licenses ... .. 104 0 0 ,, End...

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SHIRE OF DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

SHIRE OF DANDENONG. STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDI 187.TURE from let October, 1875, to 30th Sept., 1876. RECEIPTS. £ e. d. £ e. d. To cash in hand, 80th Sep., 1876 ... 7 9 5 ,. Balance credit General Fund, Commercial Bank, 30thSept., 1875 ... 22 15 11 ,, Credit Loan Foond, Com Bank ... ... 616 15 6 547 0' 10 ,, Bates ... ... " 597 38 10 ,, )og registration fees ... 21 0 0 ,, Publicans' license ... 158 0 0 ,, Main Dandenoog toll receipts ... ... 493 2 8 , Oakleigh toll receipts ... 159 17 10 , Mordialloc toll receipts 106 14 7 ,, Brighton road toll re ceipt .. ... 161 10 0 ,, Gladrtone and North Brighton road do. ... 56 5 0 977 10 1 ,, Dandenong market receipts 129 3 0 ,, Endowment on rates ... ... 1020 11 3 ,, Slaughtering license and fees ... 1 11 5 ,. Deposits on contracts ... ... 199 16 10 ,, Sale of debentures .. ... 1536 0 0 ,, Donations ... 28 11 0 ,, Oakleigh Shire moiety ofjoint works 115 7 6 , Moorabbin Shire ,, ,, .. 65 12 1 ,, Cranbourne Shire ,, ,, 90 16 4 , Berwick S...

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A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

A MrsTrtr.-Two darkita had bonghia plca 0 ptrk, and Sam, aviong no place to p't his in, tauoted it to Julius' kl?ping. Thm nez momrning sthy met, when Juliuosaitl: "A motoat thsnge thing happene; d at moy houoe ;ant night, Sam A mtustery to me." '" Ah! Juliuc, what twas that?. " IWell. Sam, die mornia' I want dows, inte, de cellar aor to get a piec., of hog for breaktart, a.d I pat my hand down into dcr brina and felt all arnmd, rat po posh dar--all gone- couldn't tll whaltwent aith it; to I taturd up do barrel, Sittn. tle as preach:ny, de tals hot rat a hole clar fron de blorm oh do bha'l and dragged the ptlk all , ut" ' Why didn't thi briane run outob do holo ?" Alth, 8am, dale du ayntery."

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CLIPPINGS FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

CLIPPINGS FROM "'PUNCH." In a list published recently, the number of speeches (and the words contained there in) made by the members of Parliament during the last session was given. Con spicuous amongst the list stands the name of the honorable member for Maryborough (Mr Fraser) who is distinguised by his not having spoken asingle word. While others have been takingout their "three hundreds" in "silvern speech," Mr Fraser lihas given us our "change in "golden silence." It is satisfactory to know that Mr Fraser's silence benefitted us jusi as much us all the speeches of the other legislators put together-the total being alike in both cases-?-sL. The reason why the All-England Eleven lost the match is very evident-they fiuiked. Every one of them was pigeon-livered, and showed the White feather. In fact, we are told by one who ought tb know, that' when the captain of the English Eleven went in for his second innings, every one-that knew him saw that he was LILTY-WHITE. Why is a gardene...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. A Mr. Alderson, lately returned from Australia, where he was for twelve years, has put in a claim to a large property at YWarrington, which had been disposed of under the supposition that he was.dead. Lord Falmouth proposes that foreign horses shall not be allowed to run on Eng lish courses, unless English horses are per mitted to contest.all races in the country to which the horses belong. Riots took place in several towns on Guy Fawkes Day. At Winchester the city was in the hands of the mob for several' hours. At Reigate and Maidstone there were serious collisions with the police. Mr Cobbett made an application at the Westminster Police Court for summonses for conspiracy against Messrs Gladstone, Lowe, and Stansfield, in connexion with the trial of the Claimant. The request was re fused, and he was told he could apply for a mandamus if he thought proper. Chas. Biggs, who was arrested in Mel bourne on a warrant charging him with em bezzlement whilst in the employ ...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, January 6. present:-The President (James Lecky, Sand 'd Councillors Poole, Crichton, Greaves,1Facey, Patterson; Lecky,.jun., Rossiter and Howard. The minutes, of previous meetirig were read and ccnfirmed, and outward corres pondence read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From Postmaster-General, requesting that ssession of rooms in the Shire Hall for £sost-fice purposes be given to Mr. Thomp son. Received. From F. Btthune, saying that he was ssffering great inconvenience from dust, which blew from new formation works op posite his house, suggesting that the for mation he continued further up the hill and the surplus earth covered over the present formation.-Referred to the Engineer to report. A recommendation from the Inspector of Slaughterhlouses was read, approving of the plcation of ~Mr. George Binding for a sfamghtering license. Granted. From Mr. Lyall, saying that it appeared to him that his letter, referring to his assess ment had not been prope...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

a N . p SD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1877. ALTHoIwoxindisposed t;o' attach so much weight as some of our contemporaries appear to do to the words of wisdumlthat' fall from Vice regal lip's, apparently merely because of the exalted station of the, ;utterer, it is perhap. desirable, if no other ;n ansmt prove effectuail im directing .attentloi 'to grave and notoriius-aibuses, that gubernatorial eloquence should oc s~ai'onailhh'iielllif iiitters for its theme, and, taking this viewv of the subject, the colony is doub:less under some obliga'tion to: Sir George, Bnwen.for .having adverted, in a recent speech, to the flagranit anrid serious evils attacliifig ito the system of patriai d thiitstill obtaine in connection ifithbiir.CivillService: ,AsHis Excellency, most correctly: observed,; itis a. glaring satire upon our democratic institutions that whilst in conseivatise and aristocratic] England, candidates`. tofremployment in the public service have only to rely on their own merits, and may...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

S MAIRKETS; L?aercn E MAKETGt. , Jan.:-Vegetables : ?atil 2'.. per. dozetn untehes; ibraus bhwo, td per lb. bouquets, 3s to So per dozen; cabbagos, te to 2a do; carrot', 6d to 9ld per doz buncre ;ecress, water, Sd to ld do; catthlowers, 2s to s lid do: cueumbere, is to 8c do ; horseradish, 2s to Cs per dozen etieks ; garlie, 2d per lb ;lettuces, id to Is per dozen';' m.r: joram, 6d to Sd do; min, Gd to 81 do; onolos,dried fis to Ge per ewt; do, green, Gd to ld per dozen bunches; parsley, 6d do ; peranips, d to la do; pozatees,3a to 4s p.r ewt; do, kidney . to 8 do: hiu barb, le to 2s perdeaoz bunches; radishes, 4d to 61 du; seen. Gd to 8d do; ehallute, 2d to 3d pe lb i spinach I Id to3d per Ib:; hyine, Gd per doz bunches ;:tuinipso '6:1. to 9d. per dozen bunches. Fruit: Cherl ies. 2d to 3d. per lb.; gooseberries, Id to 24- d.:; lemons, is to 2s Gd per dozn,:. oranges, 140s pe ease. Daily. 'roducodweY'So d to 10d peorlb: butter, 10d.- t'. . ito: c eeee, 8d. to 10d do.; ducks ' j.i''6...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

BEiRWICK POLICE:COUO1I1:r,I r,) uJi'ua° Fiiday;,5itlhvJanunryli ,-,an',, Before Messrs. Ii. Officer, F. Barr and Dr. :.c,. ,ri?ac b -ru 'Elms. J".P:: . . ,bI. r , ,. ,, . •, Edward Tatterson v: ':W.~Dunbar;;debt, £7 14s::d;.-Ordoerfor thegamount.nud:two Wnm. Brisbane v. D. Curran ;,,goods, ?1 Gs:,2d.--Orderafortlhc aimqupt,switli ,?l? COsts. t.: ,., .i, Samneov.',Jmnes iSme turst; gopods £1i0s. 4?d.-Settled., ,I , -..Some v.,.JohnMoran,; ,'ods,07i Os ii Order for the amount with 5s: costs.? :,,ElleLn,Lockwood v., SiusanM ljtaililin 1 ' unlawfiuljassailtD;Ijismnissed., ,,.Ehnlarid jnttrson ., Wim. Welsh hoods £1 ?O.. : Od.-rderd for the. amount with Os flt c.;osts . , -• Same v. Duncan Cameron ; goods sold, 22s d fd..-Ordt rfor th amounont witli]3s . cost. costs... :GsCharles anea?'t: hji rsl elynn c "yoods. Os:Settled: S hillilame " ;ilh:oma hmas i it ones i.3s.i2 d.-Settled.,;; y,,;,.ý,:<;.i t.'! '<,,ýý ý.":ý inme v. John Moran ;noods, 04 is. 6d. "' Snannm;McL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

fewdiroa ' uf the aliqa?dl- "l.1riline"' apriakled on a wolet oth-brush producesa. pleasant lather," whioh thoroughly cluanses the teeth from all parAsitas or impurtlt?a . hr~dens the g??as, preveouts tartar, etope deCoayglyas Cr the teth a peculiar pearly-whitenessa, aut:ia dtlightful fragranes to the breath. -It remnoves all unpleaeaht, odour arising froam .decayed teeth or . tob4cca srtoke. ,:.The "Fragrant Floriline," being coopoeoed ia part 'of Honey and aweet herbs, is deli ciols"to thio 'te, aqtd the ireatest toilet discovery of the age. P1TFI 2. ?d:, uf all Chemis?t and Per- " hame.O. i'repaeid by Hen r"y (. Oatar. 493.0 xfordt, a!rcc, LotduirJ-- VO3OIc&ln

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

i-s.RIGIMOiI'D POQLICE COUIRT.. Johln Gillig?trwas dliarged w?ithi comioit ino an unlaiwful assanlt upon John Kennedy, a blacksmith', :'hllo complain ant stated that. the defendant pushed him and challenged' him to 'lilht.. Tlid ?difnhiiinant's emiployer' stated tlhat' the ilefendahti interfered with 'a boy swho, was idilý on' a bycicle; and upon being remonstrnted `:with;! followed him up' and chlllenged him to.figlit. Tihe defen dant was also clhar ed tithi assaultin ' a Chinaaaunnained lna hn;I and with resist ing. the police in the cecution of their duty. T in Jn stalted that lieo Iwas in. Church street,.on iMonday.m norning .last at. about eiglit,io!elock;; when,, the defendant wert to his ltruckantd demanded- some fruit, and upon be'ing,r cfused 'he struck the complainant in the eye; anotheri; Chiaman then went firi the police. No provocation: was given5' hiie defeid?ant said this was:a charge that lhe; knew. .nothing. whatever 'about; lie had never iheard anything of it befor...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 9th January. Before the Mayor, Messrs. Sayee, Stacpoole and Toon J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

I'tiono }POIC 0 iITLIEC n o : . Jiler h'v [ atnt . r'[ Fiiidicl Is 'ifri Clerk 4oof e and~t ToontJ".sPh Cim Conitrnto Brennan v Trssnki lt of (lI~tress for nomlopni mot fi f. Fified'1s. nd u Ao . ln"o c, t~y t'I Clerki of~ Pe~rbc lSG Summions~vol ` C im ;cmmten oholt not ssuemdealtf servd.-Could ~flot toc found:' ':' "TheCourt the idiournodt aRrlt _____________t r": r, __ _ Ii

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGISH MAIL. LONDON, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

.ARRIVAL-OF THE ENGIH?AIL - -0--. LoNnon,_ Nvem, ?. , (From our Own Correspoddnt) The Eastern question continues tongross public attention, and dwarfs all othetopics of foreign or domestic interest. Evry few days it seems to enter into some nephiase, and clouds every now andfite lorasti the prospect of its mnicable : sation. HIopes of maintaining peace betwee: our selves and Russia, notwvithstandic the Turkirh complication, rapidly alteroiisat 'iumours ori;apprehensions ?fof)?-a l i difficulties ?of the situation, ?reat eu ii themiselves, have bieen mnucsaggit by blundering diplomacy, more espelly on oir side.I don't ment ioni'the j imtty of our governing statesmen, becausepc cording to modern political morality, it of less account than their blunders, wlichre certainly tried by that staindard reprebi1 ble indeed. " Tle Turks at length captured and forced the Servians.to evrcuate atz. -The Czar, apprehending arepbtin *of thelBiilgarian horrors in Sertgiaf)e Turks were allowed to. fo...

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THEATRICAL NOTES. THE PANTOMIMES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

* ji THEATRICAL ES t TIEB1PANTOMIMES: ,esi they hlve come.'a.: ,i They have, i asj?i'cre, ,foicibly t'tken possession of our stap,'which, 'it a touich frtm Father Cltist maS',ilhnd, has rblossoined into realms of deight tnd llhov ers of ieanuty is eopled 1 witil gauzy firines, tinsel kinms, aumazouian nimds ;' while execrable piuns,' prett3j song; andsphikling music complete the picture. i I?i word King. Pantomime ii now.rdrei; nih and we :mist bow to his rule 'which is as destotic as it is;ivelcomne.(.,'T'he i blic? '"edi:e gneting a trifle tired of the society plays and I thelgoerbeer dishmis aiuEtilimmet, of tvwhich 1 tlhmevIhave Ihallso much. I IThere ore sanie I whI avetl.that.pantomtte 'ils declinii , tl'it t nov-:i-lays ?it s1 little moe tlii i peg on 1 wlich to lhng ddncing; songs,, nd sceinry ) s.tl?ng often .with no very:clear plot, antld wlich leatves that.part of tlie audience tlitt t arecomne;tl the t?e of re?soni in '' tartel; "? mental obfuscation as.toliat it 'all mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

TaoAT Anrrtartonre a HoAtssma..-.All suffer ing from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably snrprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Trochbe." These famous "loseage' are now alid by most respectable chemists in thisb country at Is lid. per box. People troubled with a . hacking cough," a "slight ecid," or bronchial affections, can not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pelmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial Trochea" are on the Government Stamp around ea's box.-Manufactured by John 1. Brown & Bone, Botaon United States. Depot, 493 Oxford-street, Loidon. Ansna txo MoTmauS--are you broken in your rest by a esick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at onee to a chemist and gets bottle os Mrs.-Winsl-w's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produes n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

Tenderls.. ' SHIRE'1 OF PHILLIEP- SLAND IAND tL_: -WOOLAMAL. . N 0 T I C E. TENDERS will be reeeivrd till Twelve o'clock on SATURDAY, the 21.t day of Januasy, 1877, for the utd~r rnitioned Wolks:-'*-" "-d :'; C .-• 9I-. No. 9. ipe Culveit; end 6 Chain of-Formn:g and Draiing at MacHnfflle' dam, Cow ae. I9. 20 Chains of Clearing and Draining at Grantville. 97. Grubhlin ind Clearing road one chain wide, from tBaes Bridge to O'Mleara's corner.. 98. Gilhbin? and Clearing road half chain wide, from Baes road toW. fiurphy'i gate. . 9S. Culve:t and Drain', at Echnler's corner.` 100. Culvert and Drains. Tunnoll's road. . .Tel.ndes munt to endoned Tender for ----.with nnumaer -, and addretied to tih Prieidntt;. The I1~rst or any tender not neceeearily accepted A cash deposit of 5 per cent. must accompany each tender. - . ...-. :,.STEPHEN B. JONES, -- Ehire Stcretary. Shiilo OflicC, Griffiths 'Point, -lt Jsnnary, 1877.- . n. aj SHIRE: OF BOROONDARA. ENDERS will I;e received by the Council of *...

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BLIGHTED BY A WATER-BUTT. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

,BLIGHTED B A WATER-BUTT. (oostiouedfrom our lt.) "Everything seems propitious for our light. . It'e a lovely. night, and there's no moon," said Digby to himself. "In about half-anuhor-it will be time to omnience operations." ' . Being afiaid to go back' into the house, leet .he might wake the other inmates, he sat down upon a gardei seat, thinking what an uncommonly latky fellow he was; until he was rtoused from his reverid b? ir earwig crawling down his ba.k. Twelve o'clock struek from a niighbortng churche ": The time'has come," muttered Digby, as hbe mounted 'the'wall and'dropped his rope quietly into hisl neighbors garden. +That done, he let himself gently down on to the lid of the dustbin, and from thenie to the ground. ;i All's well, so far," Laid our hero ;:"but where's Amelia ' Surely, she can't be aleep." So' he picked op a few emall pebbles, and threw them one by one againet the window of her room. Afier a shots delay the French "ndow'above wa ve?y cautiorly opened; and t...

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SELECT POETRY. CLASSIC GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

SELECT POETRY. CLASSIC GROUND. I gave th reins to Fancy, as the diy • Withdrew its golden preeence from my room - And, noble in their glory and their gloom, Had glimpses of old grandeui psased away. And there was Greece, with all her greatoe, gone S- sonding pageant on the track of time; And Athens?;tising from her sleep aoblime, Set oni her queenly brow the Parthenon. A dS iado eought again his encient height, :And Music revelled in her wonted teles,. :AndRBeauty gave once more divinest smiles To scones rejoicing in her early light . And :hen up rose proud Venice from her waves, Dipped i a golden sheen of sea and sky ..And risions of old spledoure glimmered by; And regal phantoms, called from grandest graves; tWiiththoughts of Taeeo, and the gondoliers Who filltd each moonlit vista with hie lays; The pity and the pride of olden days; Ot?ello's wrong and Belvidera's tears. Until thero came a tumult, and the cry SOf rinching peoples; maddened with their fame, . Led like one living oc...

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

A =I':i!irSatulrda, r th,,l: J.;nuary. , ., ,Bbriboreo: Messrsd'Lecky,v' Patterson?sand ltfiilnt' ? JpJ oi 'abu-:',5w,: , !i ob o. a,. ,SR ' ; 'The adjourWl.d-caW-eof O'on: Woodman v G6.' Piole" waslcnlled,; 19 s.ý7d for. giaz ing and taking care of cattle. Mr1'\owe ' eiaered'fiil'jlintiff:L-Plaitiff staited that on the `?end of November, 1876, dl feiohint had fiften"nco'ws rgazin 't his .ridccks. by defendant; &differeitti 'and ;,char e niade fo, the, actuialctime,eg.li cow;,wns grazed:.ilThe ratev.oflcharger was two shil lin se'-iier'iweekla ?Tl.he tirici wthicli:the cattle were removed, and bihld''aoiiionts?'di. 'it ecich"of'thoe timeswerc~ i ti "II one into. he, h contra..account .olefenidant amnountrd to L12;6d., and- another bill a s presented. 'or the service:oof.;mares, amount ing tobG6 Os.· ·irothis last plhintiff objected, as 'iCither dof tlie:'mires"pr vel in fo'il;'ad rn, 9 179". .'i ,"", ' ,- , / " l " . , ;:cordhnr ,tio_ 'n, nreemetlt. as" onl re sp"onslh for 3...

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BASS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 January 1877

m-WB .Ajs.So ,; II so -. '.bi I I (Fre ai .Correspondent)''' "'*'^ llt', h1876'is a'thling- oftlhepast; and mnay. 8.77 brinll' Jitllt itV ilesairis 'nasm y and: frowns ( *Io ". t . 1 ; '*'I .. .' I , s " IanT he.weather, latel his lieen , anyllihinc but suited to the.-sport-seeing 'puiblicw, nor yet, qnite.a success for the. promoters andti mnannlers of siports but better. luck ;incxt time. Thei' Bss: ra'es'wereoJied on the 'st, ?ia'l re very pfodorl'j attended.'" Tlhe hallr in the eve~ii aii msed the young.and old,'whlio skipped,:jumped, and swung'?arodundl ,;Avier) nice enjoy?ale day ase sp 't' on 'boardi:tle ,Ecliiisestea'mer';,,:where abiout fifty lidies and'gentlemen wenlt picnicings-to Settle ment Poiint, iiere about tenty- cn-i "O- 1. -;: ..th" " e eafIn, joy.ed -,tlhe:.- lospitalityi ofiicf r. i i llarmer. There is talk of another suchi ;, • ..r. t w , i i n ou . -+" , bemin 'y riren" to the 'sciiool'children byi the Locl'i Bdoird of 'Adviceitl rian' ehrly date' -" Visitors ...

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