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NOVICE. ORPINGTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

NOICE. ORPINGTONS. ICock--. S. ainm ;, V. Matthews S, W. H. Dunlop 3. Hen--H S. Hiam 71, V:. Matthews 2 and 3. WYANDOTTES. Cock-Miss S. Anderson I, T. J. Scully 2. ITen-J. II. Hepburn 1, Coales and Jeffrey 2, W. Owens 3. LEGHIORNS. ..Cock-Mrs. Cottingham 1, Mrs. :G. Coed 2. Hen-G. I-. Brooks 1, Mrs. A. Nichol 3. ANY OTHER VARIE'PY.. Coc?-Mrs. A. INichol '1. Hen-~Mrs. A. Nichol ii rPLYM1OUTII ROORS. 'Cock-T.-W. Adins: 1 -and 2,W..IHI Dunlop 3 .. ITn-W. I. Dunlop;?1 Mrs. A, Nichol 2' L:; Bush 3. r Cock-LG. Csamplon :l.; Ien-Mrs.: A. Nichol , G. Cainipion 2..:` : GIFTCClASS G. Woodwar?i .I: CocEk I E;C ichardson1 TenF E. Richardson. 1 and 2. Rose; ComnshCock' T. ,ýlrrriott" i , A Nichol 2; W. Ell. in 3. Hen Black or Any. Otherva ricty?Cock A. c; Anstel 1. lien A..; CG. Anstee Cock-'. .Sa:lson. Ist lid l?ecil ??A. Rishworh 2 ? J?. S: Clhik 3: lIen V. R: ITarrien 2, JS Cl?rk '3;il let--'J. Tiveenco 1.Ist .aui specill? 'J. Allen '2, J. S.; Clark r3. . SIIYMOUtIH ]ROCKS. Barred.-Coack--G. ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Brighton Poultry Show. BRIGHTON SOCIETY'S MONSTER DISPLAY. 700 PRIZE BIRDS IN THE DRILL ROOM. LARGE ATTENDANCES EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Brighton Poultry Show. IRIGulr?::StiTON' hild CI ts.'first ERslo DIS:: PLA::tii:ee reprsYted; --s:l O10M. _ . .'.. LARGE TTENDA'NCES EXPECTED received, .andwhich moro':ehan filled he large, .hll, and. tile oonee haondto to, usil for ting taofn ofthls nvierda ansses and enge birds. For (lmility of stock the show was deed righleadon ou fanciers to iehae eualled any he,do. he tdispl Victorian Ksnnl Cluthe , whilst on in terest was alsooi rousd by sparts of wlt itporte re breeds beintg on exhi biton. A sthpecial feature of tce stock e show wa t sclsem of y ldgineadg, ih faniery the breeders qald te any hli by the infor ianmed en he Cs, whlnlst etrds : of thc-melrits or demrerits" of~ nh iterest. s aThe society ives eve?al promise :ported being est bleis on exhi bitir of enies speciel fed at prei of thedis shays he in rihton was 00of judging.The uece~ssof tile show, "whichl is to'-: l'e ontwhereby this afbreederoon d theninpl iars of' the enthritsl of teritseof atc i, bir. . . ridety, wh...

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SPECIALS OFFERED BY MEDITERANEAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

SPI;CI.AL OFFRFDliv U llTR Best-r; ~pansdi ]u I Batoi Belst W\hite e::lhloin -~oC-Jli Ms. EI: IIIOC: -neaJ BSiol..i SLll;-lscti Re (;ctliie -( o.,i- TL juirdii~d 1Ans Othii X urirets 1 ii-llll' ham~ I~ I, B. .S id- Is(i piunJ·';

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SPECIAL PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

SPEICIAuI. 'J(IZES. Gotrennietit Gold. Jlcdnls.-ledifer rohicaji Brieeds-'1'. W tspn, lisindont (Spantish hcti)x.) Paiirof Biis Tfor Ex piort-llilcy &\ hill, I iodhltitt I{coss-_ reedcits). Pl'st Ilcastv Bird Riley ., 1111( Gl(ine) *IvlhiitDrrik0 --1'. .1)IriL'J . (')leltcillc lum:' Lest i ot'xg Itird Show n Is Mrentlber (Tice I xesidtiit.s I roj hy,id./-. iatsoit, Iss ndod (Spaitielh lien). lhet - 'otisu gird in .Show-Peasrce B~ros., ilnllaullt."jlliiii Orpth'ifton Pullet)l Blest Putllet. it' Shiow-.i~rs. Nichol,, o[ N\ices.-Bet-P Cockerel, heavy. breeds -iiJ. ·S. Hiilll, Suudringluh:Ltl (Black~l 'Orjintn).'i (lest Pulllet .Z-J M. Rlep :mru, Jo iva (Silver Wyanitotte). Bestt Cockerel litt !:reed-G. Caiip iun, `rightsttt (Old" Etitlish Guitte).

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Senior Cadets. BREACHES OF DISCIPLINE. A CADET'S LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Senior Cadets. BREACHES OF DISCIPLINE. A C ADET'S LANGUAGE. At Blrighton yesterday Clement Scm lin was char?ed with committiin "n Ibreach of the peace whils -on parade at Port Mlelhourne. Lieut. lanbvy explained that when nccused was given an order he -used very Inld language. Sergt.-31ajor lRmsa y said necused wais ordered to collect some pull-throughs prior to leaving the range. Semnkin used- the language complairned of. - 1r. Cohen, P.MI.-hllve you anything to say ? Accused.-I am not the only one who uses had lt:nuange. early all tihe enadet r d it, and the ollicers use bad' laniguage too. Mr. Colen.--Surely the officers do not use laniuarge lilko that. Accused.-Yes, Sir, the7 do. I cann Mr. Cohen.-And it is because the bring plenty of eviudence to pro.ve it. officers used hbad language you used it? :Accused.-Yes. S31r. Cohon.-Fiiied 1t0/-, in default 1.1 days in, the Fortress.

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CHELTENHAM. ALLEGED ASSAULT ON A YOUNG GIRL. COMPLAINT DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

ALLBGLfD ASSAUMLTON A YOUNC GIRL. COMPLAINT DISMISSED. At the Cheltednhm Court on .Wed nesday, before Mr. Cohen, P.If., and Messrs.. Brownfield, Penny, Marriott. and Barnett, J's.P., Charles Harold Sibley, of Malavern, alias Harold Ste vens, was 'charged. with unlawfully assaulting a girl under 'the age of 12 years, and pleaded not guilty. Sergt. Parkin explained that .the accused was before the court on March 25th, but on that occasion the case was dismissed, as through a mistak6 the principal witness failed, to attend the.court. Alter seimie delay' the po lice -were -able . to bring :the' matter again before: the. court.; Unde a rul-. ing?of the Suorele 'Court they had power to bring. the case 'before the court if accused hallld t'lt ln pro perlv " harged. ,The evidence' for the prosecution i-as that on: March ISth the girl was retirning from Chelsea. to Melbourne by herself in a first-class carriage. At Cheltenham" accused got into '-the conipartment.- She did not like .his appea...

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TO-DAY'S TEAM. BRIGHTON'S GOAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

TO-DAY'S TEA3I. URIcGION'S GOAL. al-l Slater, Rck -Graham. Turnbu ll Lnxton; B.Bail6s,p'attce ?eon: over-Doolan. Balis s, Dasn, Teeso Tay1. or;- Peddle SBRtUISWICK'S GOALS.

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Let all the" ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURUDAiY, JLNE 13, 1911. District News --.*>. BRIGHTON. SIr. J.. 1. Tailor has been invited to deliver his lecture on the life and poems of Adam Lindsay Gordon, at Warr'nmbotol under the auspices of the lRoyal Society of St. George. As others see us.-The head of an auctioneering firm in a rising Western District town, writing to one of our staff says :-"1 received the copy of the 'Southern Cross,' for which accept my best thianlks. It is above our local pa per. In fact it is the best suburl anl paper I have read; it is fright, at tractive, and has a breezy style *of journalism, somethiing after, the Aimeri can type. "1 notice that the forcible things in publ c men 's speeches are re ported." ThIe l 1inister of Railways has prom ised to use his inhflence with the ltnil way Commissioners to ind.Icee themI to provide periodical ticlets in the Brighton Beach trains. The Minister thinks the reluest a very rea...

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BRIGHTON v. N. MELBOURNE. A FAST GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

1lGHIrroN\ Y. N. 3IELBOUIRNt\ A FAST GAME.. a- record croiwdl atten;ded tihe Lrou;d, itd. onie of. the finest exhibitions of footballt played fit the Beaeh :oval as wnitniessed. ilediderson, who. had twis ted his: ankle in Satiriday's 'gane, was cirenan a spell, anId :wnsrelievl b}3 T'aiylor ';: Lr ixto replaiced• E. .Bniles, ind Sliter.was Sie.in . a rul :owinhg to Vialnhiceonot putting in an .erly p plearance. - .,!fhenplanCigs'. were--::. ~ '. :.. :-, :., r. ``.hick.Downig," Slgater;. - Ccntre-Loax.toi, B Ileiles, Pattersoii Sihalf-forwnarde Yeese; Dawson,:, Bay. SForwserd-Taylor; Peddlel ;.- ,r, 11ilowersCrn'n?liAihntu lirnbull,:. 'n senasiders enpeaed the gane by atitcsing the Mair street goal. North rushed theltball .away, but Platterson, in :- tie- is'io' cleared. The locals additedW;d illiinnistown's style of play, wi:ni ibled lhein to noint?tain the eie Sn on- the goals. North battled hiird,, bet found the locals always on tlie alert. 'The" latter were better in ruck; ''aii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Doherty & Co. 125-127 Glen 'Huntly Road, Elsternwick; ARE NOW SHOWING ? ULL RANGE OF UTUMN & WINTER .... ! iGOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.] : SPECIAL MILLINERY AND DRESS SHOW NOW ON. . 125'127 let lItuntly Road, Elsternwick 'Phone--Brighton 747. IE NATIONAL BANIC OF AUS* :11 TRALASILI LIMITED. A BRANCII WILL BE OPENED FOR TITRANSACTION1` ANi BSINESS ,S2'GL]ENHUONTLYi RD., ELSTERN .;: , ICK, ON AN EARLY DATE,. Under tho ??anangemnet of TR. E... ROWVLAND JONES. E. H. WREFORD, Gth June, 1914. Chief Mananer. ABOUT/b ALADY'S HAT. : few..daysjiaeo a lady had a look at Grogan's Millinery Window in El? rternwick, and she passed the remark that it was equal to the best window in Collins street, where she had. been only that day. Very complimentary, but true, and whylshouldn't it be? But there is a great difference in the cost of hats at the two places. Grogan's prices are little more than half Collins street prices. See us early and place your order. We can offer you a lovely choi...

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Our List of Experts. THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Our List 0o Experts. 7TIE UNLEXPECTE lfIIH'PI'NS. TIhd siuccess of : ort i1ell ourne agaitist North 3lelbouinb, was not an ticiptitet liv ritnny of tihe colipetitcrs, whilst. eothers . failed with Essendon. lBrightoti vere selected to wi' aganittst bWillianmstown, niid others anain av o;urld ITawihorits md Footsciny in their respecti've gamlies.; No coupon was re ceived on which thle 'liv- winning te;ams aese placed.. i The I tintchcs for-next selectioni atre I lriulitn ,. Footetscray . . : \'North :Melb. . .Brunswick; : llawthorn v. li'ort I.lclbour. ne. ' .l'ralrai- v Northoote.. Essendon v. ? Williamstown. : " THE FLEDEAL. B'o onile succeeded in pickiriag the card for :the F?ldedral Associmtion; -lThe mi"in ;"illiculty -awas i-tin- the11nior Grade, ill whichi eich'of tho six .teams was-'well supported. ' ig ,ht-" exierls". will tdividei the prize tnionsto theni for ;electing. the greatcst 4. nm.er of wii .oa-wii,,s, y1 ?nini street, Br .li ;311% .J FiesMi-:ll "t ,lrighiton S';"Po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New St., Brighton. 'Phone'245. Established 1859 Houses and Land To-Let C]? oLLCOTTrAGE, 10/- per week, Hawthorn ad., Brighton. stone Iwrthorn rd. Seeds and Plants i or Sale. SPIARAGUS PLANTS, good sort, two and three-year-old. E. J. I.arcnce, Union st., Brighton North. AR1LY GOLDEN GLOBE ONION I'LANTS. Matthiesson's strain N. `chubach, Kingston rd., Heather ton. SEED POTATOES, Dates and Car i., mens, choice samples, from Imunsey and Trentham districts. Rey nolds Bros., 3oorabb?in. EED r O T ATO E:S CAREEIENS, UP-TO-DATES. BAG OR TON LOTS. Grown at Newham. Specially selected and guaranteed by grower. True to name. From Cook's Romsev Seed. 0OORABBIN CO-OPERATIVE STORES, NEPEAN ROAD, CIIELTENIIA3 . Telephone ......... ... Cheltenham 1S. )ARSNIP SEED, new seed. 112 C. _ Shed. A. RIovell, McKinnon rd., Bentleigh. r EED POTATOES, from districts suitable for. planting in this district, Carmens, Vermont, and all leading varieties. R. Smith, 375 Flin...

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cheltenham Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Cheltenham Cemetery.           The balance sheet of the Cheltenham Cemetery Trust, as published in the Government Gazette, shows that, as a result of last year's operations, the credit balance of the Trust was re- duced by nearly £61. This was ac- counted for by £152 being expended on works. RECEIPTS. Balance brought forward ... £304 19 11 Grave Fees ....... ... .... ...322 17 0 Other Sources ..... ... 3 9 . 0 Total ...... . .. ... .. .£631 5 11 EXPENDITURE. Salaries ... ..... . £98 5 0 Office Expenses ... .. .. 3 4 3 Works .. ... ...... ... 152 0 7 Grave Digging ... ...... ... 129 0 0 Contingencies ...... ......... 4 13 0 Balance ..... ..... ...... ... 244 3 1 Showing a loss of £60 16s 10d on year's operations. With the exception of Warrnambool no other cemetery has made such a large loss.   The reserve contains 10 acres. Or- riginally it was 4 acres but afterwards another four were added, and when the Ra...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

IN MEMORIAM.     BESANT.—In sad and loving memory of our dear son and brother, Ernest William (Ernie), of Heatherton,   who passed away at the Homeo- pathic Hospital on the 11th June, 1913, result of an accident, aged   23 years. So bright and happy he went away, Bidding us all good-bye;         And, indeed, he little thought   He had left his home to die.   His was a love, unselfish, kind,   Which leaves a radiant light behind; Oh may we choose the path he trod, Whose life was hid with Christ in God. —Inserted by his loving mother,   brothers, and sisters.

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Federal Association. SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Federal Association. SENIORS. A very strenuous game resulted be- tween Heatherton and Moorabbin Park   played on the ground of the former.   Plenty of hard knocks were given on both sides. The Park scored their first win in the game. The scores be- ing - Moorabbin Park 9.8 (62), Heath- erton 2.7 (19). MentoNe have been playing sound football, and it was exlpeccted that tlhy would give .,aMorabbiti a hard tusSle. The match :has played ont the latter's Ued, iantd a Vmert- one sidle game reutltled. Mooralhin showed good football, and maintainted the attack. The scores were-Hloor labbiin 13.9 (87), Mlentonu 0.4 (1). The Cheltenham-Cauilfcld nmatch wa-s Ilavued in good spirit. Both sides were out to:. win, andl although Clhcl te,hami easily won on the s-ores there was not very much separating' the teams in their 'general play.. Caulfielt had one more scorin.; shot ,than Chelt enhman bit tlhir lorwurds failed to make full use of their opportunities. Duri-?: the t...

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Football. (CONTINUED FROM BACK)ROUGH FOOTBALL. FIGHTING, ELBOWING AND SCRAGGING. PLAYERS REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

(CONTINUED FROM BACK). Football. ROUGH FOOTBALL, FIGHTING, ELBOWING AND SCRAGGING. PLAYERS REPORTED.   T'he Federal competition has an un- enviable record for rough play. Very few matches pass without two or three players being reported by the umpires. Enquiries have been held   by the Association, but whilst dele- gates continue to make light of the offenses, so long will vicious football result. The time of the Association was occupied on Tuesday in investi- gating several charges arising out of recent games, but it was noticeable that the witnesses in their evidence were trying to shield one another. FARCICAL PROCEEDINGS. Umpire Nathan reported Vagg, of Carrum, and McClure, of Heatherton. for fighting. He said that the dis- turbance took place five minutes be -   fore time. He separated the players, and informed both captains that he was going to report the players. Vagg, said that he was going for   the ball when he received a ...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. BRUNSWICK. A WELL CONTESTED GAME. SEASIDERS' SIXTH WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Football.. IIHltci'6N `. l:IIUNS ICK. S LV\IDblfS'ýa }II\H I Il ihton tra.elled tolrsansric; cr?i? fidlet aifter their succes?is: aiisi t North 3lellourne, of atidniii, for their defeat irlen the` teims firtn isit `early in-" the season. " - The sesiilels lhiidl difficulty in placiilg a full team in thel lield, as Peddle wats awanv' i; holidys; 'and Dawson did not itrrive till ifter the eomimencenmerl t of "the gaiae. }Il. was suffiring fromn the. effects of two. pire. S'io0(s hard games, and did not thinik lie would I.e able to do justiceo thim self if he took his usual position ..on the field. IThe vacanees were filled at the last minute byi Epsio and sWallace, Iaothi of wlihom had not coimpleteily rt covered from pt' vious..injuries, `whlicl coaiSidai'ibly aiffected their play."?, The placin?s of the -am?m??vcr-::' Ulnk--loofdin ,. :Slater.:- ;;.= =. , Sllidfl.ahck"-Ne'rou,,tWilsua, nlli Itno;i Ceritre- -Pattcrsin; . . lhitilrs; totsn ]ialf-forward--T'l'cesc,, -Tiilor,: Bliyliss....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

SOUTHEHN CRfOSS Football eompetitions No. 1< Victorian Football Association ' lOs. PRIZE A prizeo" 10/- w0will be' awarded the competitor fulfilling'all a the .condi tions of .this competition, or pro rata if more than one.. : . -CONDTIONS. 1.-Competitors to namuio on the coupon provided in . this col - .umn the winners ..of the Vic torian .'Footb;all::. Association matchcs played on tho date on the. coupon. - 2.-Competitors; to ie. residents of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire of Mooradb " bip; or annual subscribers to the ."Southern Cross" (6/6). 3.-Coupons to be in the "Southern Cross" Ofice on Thursday prior to. the date on the Coupon. 4.-Name .and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. .--AII 'writing to be. legible and in "ink.r 6.-Coupons, to banddressed FOOTBALL COMPETITItON, .The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON. (Incomplete Address will Disqualify). 7.--The decision.of theA',ditor to be final in regard to all matters. +" FOOTBALL COUP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

First and-Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New St., Brighton. 'Phone 245. Established 1859 Wanted To Buy. IITANTED TO BUY One Ton Clranm pion White Lead, 200 gallons Linseed Oil. State price to 11. W. 3foorabbin P.O. TOUNG JERSEY BULL, for ser 1 vice. J. I£. Searle's Dairy, Ne pean rd., Moorabbin. Yeaicles, &c For Sale. T)UGGIES, Phaetons, Jinkers, Carts Lorries, Vehicles every description new and secondhand, large as3ortment always an hand. Telephone 343. Thompson Bros., Bay-st., N. Brighton. LORRY, with pole and shafts, about J1 cwt., i. first class order; £30. Forster, Nottinghill. "TEW IMarket Gardeners' LORRY, with .pole and shafts, with a double Purchase break, tyres 3'in. Cish obr tertis" J.:W.' George, prize lorry builder, 551 Church 'st., Rich meond. I1)RIVATE WAGGONEITTE, covered, ;, English forecarriage, seats• 7, in eood order. SINGLE-SEATED HOODED BUGGY seat 3, in good order. GROCER'S FLOATING - RAIL PR'ING CART, in good order. Apply A. FOWLER, 214 Carlisle st., ...

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ANOTHER BUG VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

ANOTHER a 'D ;C: VILLA." "A 1fejidkut" 'tiritro :-~r-cn atn idol resident tnit raktpaytr 0f 1OO vol li :. i~ , j Ciscommonl kith otiteri, hIav~e Ieeni ititnessinC dutrinig the lItat few mci nths Iti erection of 011.1o-date ciŽttites atti thie grotith of the noorn cifiohlitv gett'talf". To our sluirpOs weeki theile arrivec, and w a(s chlllll r iiitbl5i0 . ard ttiC s of thu" Shirt n!. tilt [jnsi~htlv and dilapidate'! l onllRtncti"", more lite a worn-out officiah cart tlhin a residence. I tot awiire if the fart that this house, alleged to l.e one of the first erected0on the· oatskirts -.of the main city, w.as' insl.?ted L.'ithe Engineer.. who, rccogitising the ctiit lhat it was as mentionted atove, " re fused to take the rcspcnsil ilityv oi pas ing it, but.left it to the discretion of the Council, who, it is reported, passed it. Now, Sir,' wonder if tlhe Coun cil,,lefore declaring this house (alleged to have been purchased for £ 17) lit for habitation,. were aware of tlh: tiun reasonab...

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