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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

AiRIYY AW'ND/ DEPARTURE OF NTHE ENGLISH MAi.1 ; Ieal Knmef Ardrmet!um. i: iNovember I- Noyvember-3l,ý , November29 \Deceinber711 i ^bggfembeg^ ^*

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

'THEit,WuAlTRi TiTJ H yEASAT:; The g-ieat interest-:of the public in the Russo,- Turkish *war.!sriiil bentres. round Plevna, where byi'' lil ]itest -atecuitns thie l'urks'still old ltheio:rii, 'fbut 'thiy "'i ear' ;to have sustaincd see"re :reverss elasewuhere.;, it. is; stated! that seveirl. tliodsandiofi themlr including seven'-paslhs, i have blieenritakenr captive in 'Asia, and` thit ne?gotiatiins iare. bein-g made for: thle caitulationt"of Kirs I here; has. been g reat. slau'hter.1 in the 'neighborhood/of Plevna ;'nd "in ,spiteofither ,wintry weather the Russians still make 'oc' casional "ssaislte"on; thed placei: 'ITh coiii t quence of their 'general want of success the. Russian .,authorities have called1 out , the artrllery reserves,nand?,thougL having mucli, to discourn ,elthemi aire evidently:det:c mined. to straia their resources to the utmost:; It would seem,; indeed, as' if t li l ssi'ius hl ing found their opponents more skilful, than themselves,: re resolved to overwhel...

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

KE SIN G1TON PARK RACES. The nmeeting, which .las' licld oin Sait?rr :day; at Kensi?igtonPark, wasextremnely well liatronized. : Twelve horses started for the Hurdle. Race, which - was.' wond 'well -by Staimpide: Ill the: T?-oesar old Race there were. seven starters. .Coongoola:;?was first. ind Wellington .second; with 7 lb. extra. but it:is' proable that' had 'not Griftin,'the blck?C of.tthe litter; brokven liis'stirrip libar lust hefote te stait, his horse .could haveli conme, in a winner.. iA large field started ,for the City' Handicnip which wasi won, by :As.4hiitee a South 'Australian lhdreio Clod lopper, the. winner ,of tlie Selling Race, was lioughit for~ . Tlie Hiaildicap ,Steeple chiase waso won by:Opposition, against four others : The following were' the' events : ]i eoi.i\ lunt $r:\,o:, of 's ose. Ci sile and a-half. T. aghten's br Stuiniepdagd, Oc . nb ' ( V ( iiindrseiilo 1 II. IIaines's g. h. Sweetbriar, nged, Ost. 21b.'(lill) ( 2' W. Grilit's blk. g. Aaron, 10 st. 101...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

SPORTING. . Asn.the .ttime is now approaching: for, tle grea lporting ecent of the year to come off,.increased. interest is taken in theistate of the betting. markot. The general entries for the Spring Meeting of, thie Victoria Dhlcing Clubwere made ou Thursda?l ist With very satisfirtory results. For, tle. ?elbourne Stakes on the first dhy, Saturday, ovrember 3r!l, we find t.h:t.iften horses have been entered, including such oi?rses its Ifaricot, The Diver, Salisbury, "Wood lands, and l?ride of the H.: lls. For the .IIothlUin landicap, thereore no,lesos.thau thirty-sevei' entries,. anid for the .Footray, Stakes there are fourteen letries; but the..Fssendon Stakes. willit benot , so interesting as usual, as there, will .not.be more tihan six horses engaged i in: it. :For .thergreat event oni the secondday, the . elbourne Cup, there are forty five iteeptuneese it.wns expected that..there would lIe at least fifty, but, ther tre three inoro.thanitherI vere last year, anud.it is.probabl...

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THE VICTORIAN YEAR BOOK, 1876-7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

;THE. I C ROTORIA . AR.:t 00, i : 1870-7.. ave hirefoi nclinorleldg tlhe0receipt'of'this very usefiul aunual from? the Gorernmieit tStatist, and, having peritredfit page, 'fiid fintlihenitiome very important. statistics. AIt tlie comnencimcent of the wobrk? therii ar tluhfr foldii?ga -leimta cotiitiing i a Ftatistin?l summn?ry of Victoria, a summary of noicriciitu alstatistic, find i soinniry" of shitral alsnl statit ies. Ifor tilon its given in tlh pmsrenit work on' subjects ;which found no place in previous issues, such as inffnitilo omiortlity;,IC ag ndtperiol of residcnc of those dmtiig fromi pithitsis, coiiiparison of ioiports a nd iports,; U-, and the stotistics are ill brought down to the latest possible.date., Part?. is entitled' "Blue Book'" ; it contaiins }infornintion about the various governors of Victoria, th?inmis ,t?aies, d tio Parliamients,, details of.- the navnl and military forces and establishments; ?hid a list of pensions anid retiring allosnmcesui PafrtH II.' '...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

S....R.IaETS. SDANDENOG xoo AJlFT. The weather yesterday had co sidlderldo effect on! tlh market .. The attre3' tlance was limited, as wns also the supply of cattle of all deseriptions. For the past two weeks two "Chinep Johns ' Lae uput ia in ni ppeirsncae, and seem to do ahnost all the"business-the previous occuunt of stalls not having'" i'ghist of aI chune'` of doing business wit theirforner customers. EATERN s .iilETi SI;itnrdlay27th li :October. Vegetables: Artichoke, ground, 14d. per lb ; aslinl gus, is. to is. per hundred ; beans, broad, Id. per lb.; beet, 9d. to is. per dozen; bouquets, 3s. to is. per dozen ; cabbages, Is. to 3s. do.; caulillorern, 2s. to 3s. do.; tnrrot?, Gd to Is. per dozen bhutehes; celery, 2s. to Is. per dozen sticks; cress, nriter, Gd. to 7d1. per doten bunches ;; rli,;' 2d. to 3d. per lb.; horsenrdish, Is. Gd. to 5s. per dozen sticks; leeks, Gd. to 8d. per dozen buncles ; lettiocds, Gd. to 9l1. per. dozen ; narjonrm, Gid. to 7d. per doz. bunches (;tint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

V'ATLUAlLE DzScoVEur FOR THIE ILAllt-I your lidir is turiinhg m?r, 'or white,: oa falling "dff;iso "The Mexican lfair Renewer," for it will positicell restore.in c:verf casue res r or wtlite hair'to its origitnal colour, i ithout leavnyi the dishageable smell of m'tost restorers." !I?'-mikcs 'the-loir charmingly beautiful, pts well as prohioting tho'growth of the liair oi 6thbld spots;, where the l:gla?ds ire not decayeo.. Ask.'vour ClheiCist for.!' The ?'cxicant fairf R ewnwttL pirepared b genry ,C.r gallili; 193 Ozfort stleot, l ondond . ,mid'.old by'1c mists; and { .FLORILI\L-.·FdO R TlrRTEETo AniiIThURATII.- A fin drops of. tbo jiquid! 1rorilinoipr! iiprinkldcd on a ?.% icttooth rush produces 0 pho oat4;thrr s rttorooglily ckanseo ,thi teeth front alliptxrosites or impurities1ihardens tiq~gtiioO; noitnts tartaor, tops on oia cliLhttul frogroneci otlio bnelo' aicif; rjnoveus ol' npleasant odoior arising front deeoitd teethlox tolaaeob ieutohe,.IL",`Trp nn, loi u!'.{acd rn Florsln...

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ELECTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

ELECTIONS ~AND QUALLIFICATIONS COMMITTEE: : ti The case of Creis ?' .`Firgssoio wns''procedecd wiith oni Weddiesda lost Mr litlor in "the clinii: Mri. krcFsarbisid ippelred for the petitidonr,'aiid Mr. Webb for the iresobideit.' Both oitnsel' addressed the committee, and.the room 'ws clearqd. , SI Ohl the: ire-adnlission !of'the partisesit hsin an nounced that the following decision luad been come to :-'lTht o t,thc nt; South Bourke oelection Ineslt anid drink were provided by certain members of MrI Fergusson's committee, but the evidence does not disclose corrupt knowledge or.treating on the part of Mr: Fcrgusson That ithe ittentio6i'of tiibAt?orncil Genendrl be lled to the.eyidenge in this case, with :Othe view of'prosecuting certhii.perens for treating." Evidence was then heard in reference to another al legation in the petition, viz., "that the sitting mem ber was and is is indirectly concerned or interested in a contract for thei supply ofnshttioners, &e.,.entered into ...

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Police Intelligence. MORNINGTON POLICE COURT. Friday, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

Ioli 11 r ntcl 1igtnt t. MORNINGTON POLICE COURT. Friday,' October 10. There were above. twenty-five ;cares on the list, lit, in the absence of a second ma:giitrate Mr. ?an oshiire hiad to adjourn the Couirt for it wielb. Tlie loctrl.bodly lid several c?ses for raes , bid being for twelved ears' rate' ivith initerst' hguinst Mlr. Alfred England o ,:f 'outli ' lrri.-3fr.' . Stleiheii ins retained on behalf of the Coaeiil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

SLieLIFE IS B Ts ttE to the unhappy iet in of chronic dyspepsia and constipation. Net only lire the two above-named diseases generally co-existent but their mnaifestations resemble those of dangerous org?mic disclses with which the sufferer imagines ]imself to be afflicted. Thus mental torture is added to bodily suffering. Banish both evils with UDOirno WOLtE' SCniE.DAar AnOi[MTIC SCIArPra. Draught Stallions. THIE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE IHORSE, IMPROVER, Will STA.na this Season at Sr. GERMAINS. II 0PROVER is a dark bhy, rising 3 years old. SIRE: Cowden Prince, by Black Prince (imp.); dam by Cowden laid (imported); g. imun by Ben Lomond (inported); g.g. dam imported by R. Brodie. DM3: Violet. by Ferguson's Clyde, the champion hIorse of Adelaide; her dam, Blossom, by Improver; g. dam Diamond, which was first prize-taker in Adelaide for three years. TERMS--£ for nmares paddorked; £3 for mares led to the horse. Oe in fiee given in. All care, but no responsibility. 71ced ALEX. PATTERSON. The ...

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ADVENTURE WITH GORILLAS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

ADVENTURE WITH GORILLAS. September -2nd we got upou the trac- of. two female elephants, anl captured them bothi; and the capture came very near costing us dearly.- We had killed one of them ijithoiut much trouble, and hlid fired lialf-n-dozen bulls into' the' second one, when she charged upon unsuost unexpectedly, overturning Ben; and, Abner, and trampling doawn the: horse which Artolvrodu; but, by, aseeming miranle, no one"waisinjired, , It was ths ellphliant's last paroxysm, and in less than five minutes from th?.t tinie she' pitched forward upon her knees; striking her-head upon the earth, and breakinga one of her tusks off, closeup to the jaw. : It so happened that. the tusk was not a very valuableone; and, more orver, the hbiea' did riot injure it. to the amount of ioire than hlalf-a:dozen pounds of ivory. On the following morning we ma:rched on to the northward.- Artoly had told us that two days, or three at the farthest, would bring ns to the best liunting country in the worl...

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MELBOURNE GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

cnl s hoill nd ero1r it niot for. to rpectonely of sonlc great ie est to come,;f 'wi i'siera"l the tlsi;nh . tilgged considenilie PIolitics i:reitlioiif lth;ey are hot of the " T:o-be-cootiisicld-in-u-ir ntellir- t' actedr, noid'the ietioii 'f thei C;oincil iii r?trisn?sthinm hilway 'Bill nyith all their oinsinlslnils, his sop l plied the needled 'tiiiislos 'T1i1 qsudiutils iire ni?o in full cl, aild i?noddei -hait' will le :'done b3; t]? Assemibl to' rindi;teI its?ottied "',i:ree. I do no think it requinres sist slirii to se. i ss the gmre' to: predict.whsit n nill be 'iloioi iitb'e Lon'ei Honoise on Tuesdndi ilext. 3 rs-piiceil ghost Iris iired miud fron' IhIales l;nt MI i.lerr v's "speec n a be sulmniarised thrisn - 'fMr hSli Cle'i : While this House does"not intlend to nIntlo oicd jot of. it? undoulstsd pritileges, itnhiastI fel, iild tlii MiiilstrJ: feels, tIat-it niewr of t1he irgtnt nieed of begininiligi the.nraihys5 wh ieli hrve been agreed to by ijoth Hoiues,' andl thie imp...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

^orrntini~t nnal. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER.31st, 1877.. , TiTE:Elections and Qualifications Committee .hasonce more startled all right thinking p?ersons bliVPing ,'dccision diametrically opposed to the facts as they were laid be fore it inevidence. -Wei'llude now, to the petition ofI r; Crews against the return of Mr. Fergusson ans the member for Southi Bourke on the grounds that he, by his agents, hi'd been guilty of treating and unduly influencing tihe electors, and that lie iwns interested in a Government contract, anid was thcrefore disqualified from' sittifg iin'thei' House.:' Tlievdeii e o.inreganrdto reating" iwas very clear, and one witness went,so, far as to s'ay that in consequence d fi being given' a glass of brandy and a glassof whisky in Ir Fergussoli's committee room at Templestowe, on ihe day of. the election, lie was induced to vote for him, whereas pre vious to entering ilie :room it was his inten tion to.vote..agairisi'liiii. 'Now the persons, whohicted for MrFergusson a...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

'Asiioug the appealintents of iiina?sttes under thelicensing Act, nade by tihe Governor in Council for districts where naigistriites have not been ap oinlted under tile Act, we notice the sfllowing; lrmndyt Creek, Messis Edainrd Lilitott and lIugh Copeland/ It is notified in the Gazelle that the distribution of the vote for 18778 for fencing: cemeteries will be taken into considerttion at an eruly date, and that applications for grants in aid smust be sent il to the Secretair of Publie Works by the 1st Decenber nlext. It .is notified in the Gaetlle that the following persons hiave beei appointed classifiers under. the "'.lnid Tax"tiill," Edmund Kirbi, Bnllarnt'; Wil liam Anderson, Bacehus Marsh John Macplihersobn; M-elbourne; Clbas..T. Stneev,.. elbourne ; lobert Black, 3felboliirne i Eritest biles; (Oc;long; Robert Walls, Camnperdown; Richard Harvey, tiurgheboluc. It is notified in the Girelte that Crossover has been appointed a polling ,place for thie Buln Buln division of the Ele...

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A TRIP ON FOOT UP THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

A TRIP' OX FOOT UP TiHE GIPfl'dtj RAILWAY LINE. Ifaving a little spare time, good spirits ^ agreeble spring weather, I left fld' . after a pleasant rest and Clat with tiy l hldfr:i Blrnitlhwaite, who looked ais fresh i a ' a tIm'e-va I arrived tiat the Oakleigh station, alnd rcom:ae mny walk up the line. Fromn Oakleigh to Ita. nong the counltry is uninlere'ltig and 'mor. L: ing the pretty town of IUlndelong, of ltirlha t _ view is obtained from the line, we pran?I through a pleasant hilly counltry with a '·r . heire and there of pleaih nt looking home.-teadtvo picturesquelv situated little town of llerwirck. leaving Blerwick nothing worthy of inhtr't i noted till arriving at PaIkehlaun, at ml'hirh! I - - thfe quarries that have suppdlied the cont?t (3Messrs. lishbourne andl hlorton) rilth Mllht:: that part ofthe line., On a prtlly green hill L_ i timbered on the left, hiand ide of the li i eaill, nluibering ubout 200 or 300 ll ent:, i renlldihng one of a new rush in the hli time. T?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

,CLE OF CILARGES FOR ADYERTISIiG. ITrnt Words, for One Insertion ... .. 1s. ITrnty to Thirty Words, do ... 1, to Forty itoo s, 3do orr forty Words, nt tihe ratc of So. per inch, if forOne Insertion only.' At1ee DscorsTr upon all adverticments appear Sin for Three 3fonths. Trade hAretisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. ?urertisements must specify on the face of them the number of insertions, or'they will be con tinu.l and charged for till cotnternmnded. All oders for witlidnral or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. aivertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DIRE OTOT . .T Solicitors tILLER, TIOM10AS, 64 Little Collins street cmt, Melbourne; and Sunnyside' Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Butchers- pL'.NIGER, TOHN, Generol Family Butcher, Rouena Parade, Riehmond. Eiscellaneous i. IIOLT, Water ter eiler Manufacturer, 117a Canitan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of -19 Argyle place, Lreon street. S?rreyors IIOLL...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

tIn the Lcgisllati, Co?reld ;oi Tuesday ic Mr. C'thlclrti m led tihit Ctle Coiuiildo nota i ist on aW amendments, id, th lRieili ?y Coli? i;fistr lill.-3l-r. A 'ndertso' n c ovoed ios in smecldmenoit Thif "Ins o'oihl lccs ttIei iait conlsidotilca tiheessiige fr?i the Legislative Assembly, retuoning a bill entitledan lAct to Autliris the theConstruction of Certain Lines: of lilwacy by lthe Stlate, aud ldisirriitg w'lith' t auendcinents made therein b"lthe ,1 gislalive Coun *iml bceitse they are infrdictoll of h le grivlees of the Leg slaivsei Ascibly, itiaismich' as tli4e iooiuld in their consequences lay aeha rgeo" uponi the pceople. rIlct the higis lative Cosi cil is lways desiros of joining tlie Leghiltive Asseimbly ini palsing lioecasures' for advcinnci,' tlhe lCielt interestsi f the colony, in cludicn?ii tie opelici ip of the ouitlt'ry bo'nuhnbiys. Tlintliiel Legislative Council' is' prepared atidl c tinces to trenwt 'iith respect dui to the iother branch of the Legislature aiij...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 27th October. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

RLrTýBOURE SHIRE COUsCI. EStunlv, 27th October. t:-Tile President (Councillor Lecky), and Ga.?illors Rossiter, Face, Howard, Poole, and le n.inutes of preriou meeting were rend and con "1 and outwardnl correpondence remd ad alp C G'allor Poole broght, up the report, of the to mtt e iomlendiang pymenlts amount l-t'i? t ., ~shich was adopted. COIte oESPONDENCE. l Fomthe htl' Sh .....ilreConcl s......ing that b?ishorld ;c 'dlowed coLts in com?s in wich r were sunmtonedl for rates.-Received. - os thr P ltnnaster Geenerl, in reply to applica Io itiol0l 1 postal acrommo?ation, stating D tter would be enquired into.-lReeived . fthe Gorer ent Statist, asking for returns. R'ee to the Seeretarr, F h loay i])e tmc nt as to size of estates, t ille f foatlon--To be complied with. h.on0mo IIlhn;, ][healthI Olicer, directing at leto the te of drains in the townslip, es at frma PtIne's to WoVaters's tores tand Sni Referred;1 to the Surseyor. ro Allen, Cranbourtn, conplaiining of the Iflttle allowed...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, Oct. 27th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

-- ; ?OOBM7GTOT SIfIRE COUNCIL Sntualurdr,'Oct- 27thi. . . .. Orditnll meetiag ; p1;sent: the President, Coun slO Ter cenar., ?untatshire, Gordon, D)ol?mnwrd, d?l peddklle od Turner. Je ? iintote of the prcvinos meeting were read asl ontinued, and outward correspondence up proed. CORIIESPONDESCCE. F Swords t ros. expliining that owing to an al enion in the imils the advertisement re tenders airied too late for insertionl. Fr an. rllenon referring the Colicil to a lettei thir containing a promise to make sonme im f nt cnts on the Cooln road, lwhen in 'funlds. p , 1r.olred that, tenders be invited for 20 chlins it. afillin' up ruts at the place mentioned. dran an oo, o asking the Council to pur t: am pi cot cot prie.-Offer nacepted. Fn tl. E.O Cooke, contrmctor, asking the Council to nvnire the price of hire of pile driver.-Tt wns edi ll to reduce the l)rice from 5s. a day to 20s. a ,~r on treeipt of delposit. Fr tlifmrel Englidl, lsking that a letter which as imnlparlo addressed shou...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, October 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 31 October 1877

IllILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLLA3ILI SHIRE COUNCIL. SSatllurdy, October 22nd. Ordinary Mfeeting.-Present : The President (Councillor West), and Councillors Stewart; Monk, Fowler, Sutherland, and Kennedy. ' COItl-SPOnDE}NC. ,From thle L:nds Deplrtincnt, in reference to al lotanent 83, Corinell... . Fromt A. V. Selhmn, in reference to bridge over Creek in hiis neighonihood.--It aisi"decided to pay the writer £3. From the Governmtent Statist, asking for returns. -To be furnished. ironm the Oriental Bank, requesting that .the appointment. of Mlr. Crumip as Secretary might be confirnid.-T-he' President .was authorised to confirim the nplnhltnelnt it ncordingly. Fromn the Mayvor of S3elbourne, in reference ti the Indian Famine.--A sum of 110 -was voted in aid of the Relief Fund, anld the Councillors under took individulily to collect subscriptions for it. Froni the Office of LaTds :u?d Survey, askiig for tnrcing for water reserve inl Corincllai.-IReferred to the Secretary. " Froim iMrs. Ronald,...

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