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THE HERMIT OF THE ROCK. A SKETCH OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

-THE HERMIT OF THE BOCK. S A SKETCH OF EAL LIFE. .I was hunting in the wilderness of one of the upper counties of Canada, far away, as I supposed, from any habitation of mankind, when I came to the front of a bold precipice at the base of a lofty "mountain. To my surprise I saw smoke issuing from a crevice in the steep face of the rock; and, upon looking a little closer, I saw, a short distance above me, a hole large enough for a man to enter if standing upright, and to it led a stairway, cut in the rock, evidently by a human hand. As it was near night, and I had been looking for a camping-place, I thought I would. see who was there, for that there was a re up there omecwhere ras erident by the roke. So I fired off my rifle, or one barrel of it, as a kind of hint that I aaround ; and a momentafter a man, who was dressed almost entirely of furs and buckskhi, stoodat tbehbolein the rock, with a gun in r his hand. ?His hair and beard, grizzled with age, i looked as if it had been growi...

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A SELECTOR'S GRIEVANCE. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

A SELECTOR'S (RIEVCtsCe To the Editor of the telth sllosrrkeand MLor,r.hk, In the small but rising little townshpoif o ville we have our grievance as well as i. big towns, but I hadi ruather the task of mat know n had fallen into better hands than tin Intless somebody fovres ill the matter e, overridden by one of our big men, one r?h amount of London asslurance, and o whose i,. is his bliss. This big 'oou, who seeks lor;d our smallcommunity by his overbearingim , l;o pugnacity, has thought proper to apolpri of our CemeterR reserve hby peg'nt ino Irto the lpublic road, which runs on ioe sid of then coolly asks that a slice of land ma0 from the other side, and added to the C~e that he might squeeze ill andl se?tre tol t valuable piece of laud of eleven aeness, l never should have been allowed to select, fl a frontage to tihe main emoel ruld, andrlo el heart of the town site, asnd if it were rte e township allotments would no doubt it hiandlsome suml. This imiglhtv nol of after he hald...

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THE WEST MELBOURNE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

TIE 'WEST 3LElBOURN", .LECTKIO . The West. Melbourne Election, wh:iel took placo onlonday, resulted in the Irturn of.,Sir3 Bryan O' Lghlen b3 a inajorili of 'OD ovre rlis opponent, [Mr. Francis, the numbersibeing-O'L oghlen,,1973?; Friicisi, 18S3. T.11 i7 eatisr lic sersor t f, ut nertiheless, there ii'on extretfely -]a ; 'cat tendannce and" the result showss that an" unusually large numbir of persoins rient to i tepl11 The majority' is it small, one, and there ois .reason do b lieve that it hbs ieb1n obtaineid by the most un scruplous anid dotulitfu tactics, antd in all pro bability thlere will be 'a prof se'ngBsmst biD.'l ction. Otherwise, it seems, disliacult io nciount for tlhe success of Sii Briyan O'I0ahldn; iis olpposition to the. psresent. elduestioatl syteim sis swell know?n,. and ev.ryonsc;, iny -tet assiured thast hle owillsiot' be satisfied, until .he rcstorcs. thio' ld ileoiosiiiiitidtial syatenm, witli its many disadviantages.: IIe,:coase quently, got the Catholic.oto ...

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Select Poetry. "GONE," [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

-0-- 'fO•E," '] 3eAnIOe WrIeNLOW. Iast eve we wandered in the quiet wood, : : = Watching the sunset fading into night; Now, inournfully I linger where you stood;, i 'While ioiindi me quivers the'same fitfullight . We intched the pallid.light'of one lone star,; ..i 'Its d?neing ilei iin the wrve below; While sweet the pine-ood miusic from afar, -Floated; like angel harp-chords, sad and low:. 'lisca steangt that inutaint stillnes sadder far, Tihan the. nicc sobbing sigh, or the hlil fhulhed toile, (. I felt that the neit light of thatpal star Would shine on you afar, sod me-slono! Tis very, very hard for me to think' That our past loore has been but an idle dream That memory, now, is the one only link Binding my future to that which once hath been. I cannot see throuigh this dark sorrow cloud, Wreathing in its black folds the coming years; i Sadly I weave for my dead hopes a shroud "' Niobe " finding bitter joy in tears. Well, earth hath deeper sorrows yet to learn ; -Death comes not ...

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HALF-WAY HOUSE ATHLETIC SPORTS To the Editor of the S. B. and Mornington [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

ILA.LF-WAY OUSE ATIILETIC Si'OlE To the Editor of the S. B. and Mforninjtou ,r?. Smn,-Last Christmas Day athletic sp rts r7 held at Taylors's Half-way house; umoog theIl was one (the priz being about £2 5,.) hii., won by Mr. M ealohnl Elnms, but owein tL dispute arising, as to the starting they rero . able to decide lwhether the rt was nun fE io not. The treasurer, Mr. David tionInau, qr informed the comlpeitors thtit he would ei.g the A.uslralastan, and ask their opinion, iad I abide by it. IIn the tie-ititie be nould liot stakes until such tilue arrived that he could ha -te ?..-onoJ?w-lto thtct-Leetaret naeer. .0a.o Editor, a single question, uIp to the prcant dt:e.. lot beei put before the Aeutralae, in ? nor be stakes been 1pid. Quire the contrie. for rat=e is raid about it. Strange, is it not Irlore u heard whispeirs, and fromt what I ani hears?ti o t is radiallly wrong. Were 1 Mr. 31. E. . Isa demand an enquiry, and thus lhve satii oties I: allowing this sluae in your valaable...

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 2nd February. (Before Messrs. Hunter and Sutherland.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

ACRA3OURNE ._EOLICE..COURT. .Saturday;,2nd February:? ,(Before 'esesrs:l)unate jad ZSulthel]and.) George Christie' v.:: George Woo il~man delit; work ' nid labour,, 6 2s.Gd:. No ap :Willian lMnnlks v' Divid Heiidersorii ; dlit, goods, sold,, £0,1s. o rde f. fu 8 16s.:3d; nid,10s. costs. In deiaultdistresii Henry Groves v. Alextinder 'Deys- debt, v'rk' d'rl'd iboiur. :No apperance Dis omissed: ..tI . ,he Court then adjourned. . ;,.;,. , ; .

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THE POLITICAL SITUATION. TO THE MEN OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

THE POLITICAL SITUATION. ; . TO THE '3iN OF:P VICTORIA' - .Mme or VICroRA,--The poison which is reel 'Issly scattered, ;bl~odcat,; by The Age newspaper receives little or no¼check in the quarter where it is calculated to do tle imost injury. The breoad mis: representations, the specious fallacies, the wilful and often plausible'misstatements, the coarse abuse, the contemptuous sneers, the bitter aggravation of class against class, in which the Age habitually indulges, and the perverted notions which have been engendered by such teachings, have been the chief means of bringing men's minds into-such a state as to tolerate for one moment the novel and ruinous policy of our present rulers. Were men's minds vnprejudiced, and free from the bitter and . jaundieedteaLinpgs~.of the Age, no Minister of the, Crown would attemp-rfor one moment to foist.a revolutionary policy' upon the public, and under' cover of,a cry for retrenchment, seek to saddle the country with an expenditure of thousands...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

fi0IMOMNINGTON"S1IIRTE 'R"XES" -'These races takeo place at. ixters .Fhat Race" Course, oil Thlirsdsiy. February. 14. Tlhe re nre six eventrin tile programme. a MIaiden?u Iite.c of £,10 ;,,a 'llandicatp tHurdle Race of £30; ithe Mornington HIandicapof £60 ; Sellin; Hurdle Race of £15; Morn{ ington County Purse of £k ; andt a Sellin Race. of, £10. 1her,weiglhts,iftr,;tlhe, two handicaps.have'rbeen arranged b?' Mr. Geo. .Savory, the hai:On'ppe a nare as 1 :fo. '. Of '£0.` 'Oiic Mile nid1 -half. Iharicot 9 4 Wild Ros . 8 Activity 7 12' Zoo'' e... 712."`1 ankii r . 7. 10 *Wd~slnnan I1 ~ ? 7i 7.! Stockson ... ... 7 4. linif . .:*. L 7' 0 3roihmou:. ' ... 7 0 egr Girl ... 7 '0 6 0 IrAYDbICAr 1W II1DLb I1ACP., OF- J0.' Mf~llcs:'!Over,.i1i6'Lcps. Rover ... ....10 O Comeldian' . 10 Alnioind Buiieli . 9" 2 Iamrod...1 812 _11cgror' irr' 1'f:.. 8 ' f

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CUTTINGS FROM "PUNCH." [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

CUT'lri. Fir z "1Pi. c ., nerved t? Vi:ctotln c'po in§isty i nowkfoigotte e 't" thine priefs-it el.es "iof t'he pMerrtylbte ,'Vositor ..i ..'irfro ·. . n ,rotlucti r . ,. , .ii rils , l telp . d-' To' the , otedtebted. eir .the tlinn: of tlhin bng habst wonderful charns, just in the si?detnLiyf'tis n'i orlIestra-eomln soedlsotyo4eynmls an?d0lrumsiso t "u _osito n?tateo And teligt e Xt of te noble satere. The fuctsein;tinr mlusc of the deanly! :ttltitlne,h'itid tl'e drboie of tY'M3nfinmtiotl 'llttdind to thoIsinid olijLt-ilifi destric'tib"i b'f it(nic~.llons listeners.,.E v en.?iceovnlttacl. janas bcm.kawtn to om6- iiu-li- l e dbliit 1ll of lhia frrlitlor Vtastator. This mai MlRHbi promise, by its hum' everything" Utopian whichh is only "fuitilled in'itsi ovtn,bloted p1rosalrtyMythetre oiotnntiitrla'hat evrciin the nmmmioth, for tln renson, thifnal itsa nets are unnatural. Ithis lbeen known for this: bugl tod' d tiof..not ,itl pi sinlt b.itt .iolioilsto nn immedinate kinlldred 0tl lo...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

SIn the Legislative Council .on Tuesd' the Presidentstateil that lie lid received n 'letterefrom the Governor saying li'ewouild transmit the address of thei(Council.to ;the Qieiii'ili ndiio course;? ,alsotone in'reply to the .Council's request for a copL of 'lir. Berry's.memorandum tothe Hloý Gpvernr Sii~nt on theipolitical sitiiaoni t ing that it was not usual to comply With such requests until thf dlciets had;b?eun :Qcgived and acknowledgedl. 'The Counctl then ad journed. In the.Council oii Thursday Mr. ]3alfour presenied at petitioin fron the Borougih Council of IIawthorni asking that the toll should-?he cQntinued.,ron ,the ,Hawtlhorn' bridge M1r ]3alfour, for Sir ,Charles Sladen1 gave. notice: of mnotion ;that cohntingeintiod the 'motioni for telegraphing: to Lthe Home Governiment to dlay:; considerasion 'of thi c'risi,"'l ui'til 'receiving the' Coiincil's "ad dress being earried the Goyeric lbie re qiuested.,.to transmit a thle message. :,The oouncil then adjournred: ;Irtithe'A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

'W ho '? uts ,';Your . H. ?ir? . WaT "T. ZEZIIx T, 68-: Sintpon's. Road, .North Richmoead Where cleanliness and attention are to be had. RETAIL TOBACCONIST. wrsmm PERSEVERANCE ;TOIN OaZU8s0 WOESI, NErT ABBOTbODon CO?ZNVE, EAST COLLIneaowOOD, (late 171 Victoria street), Established 1872. MESSRS. PAGE AND GOVAN, :PROPRIETORS. Colonial Asphalt and Composition Asphalt Pave. ment for Roads, Paths, Carriage Drives, Yards, Stores, Cellars, Garden Walks, Ac., &c., laid on shortest notice, in a superior manner, and at Moderate Rates. Costraeft as per Special Arrasemesnt. Metal, 8creenings, &c., -always on hand. j N.B.--o10,oo Yards of our Work can be pea ip sard a modnd eboure? , · LAND FOR SALE. ' L F and J.:.RALEIGH hove, for Sale privately SV :? 50: ACRES irat.-dass Agrieidltuiil iald Grazing. LAND, hris' .thlei unsold po6tioili of1Mr. A. Russell Inglis' Lyndhurst -Estate, which? wilLbe sold-in lots to suit. purchasers.:? : : i , For further particulars apply 107 Collins s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

ADVIoCE TO MOTHERs!-Are rolt broken inyour rest by a sick cb?ldjosutfringwitl? the.l pailof cut ting teeth? do'lit once to a chemlist, nld get i, bottle of Mrso. Winslow's Soothing.Syrup. : It will :relieve the por sufferer imsncdiately.lIt is perfectly lmr\l.so and`i .leasaut s to' tastC, it jirodsltcs' naturll quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes. "as bright as jI button." It soothes the child, it, often s theo piss, ? lh t?1inll pain, relieves wind; rlgUlates-lse bsoiel' did is flie best known remedy for diarrhea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs. Winslow's Syrup is sold by MLedicine dealers, everywhere, at Is. lid. per sbottle.i bIa1ufctutrtd at 493, Oxford ,treet, Lohndoi.' .: .NALVUAd L UIxCOVERY. FO :T?LE ItI.ul-If. your hair .io. turning grey; or. hitei ,or. falling off,. .use "The Mexican llair Renewer," for ii weill poaitiedly i?rshre in every case grp' or white luair to its original coJour,r without lhnyipg the :dir...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

,. MARKETS. ,EASTERIl ..·EMAKET, Saturday, 2nid lebrm. Vdgetableso; iBeans, kidney, 3d. to -Id. pr 5 beet, Gd to dl per dozen; bouquets, 3,. t0 I per dozen; cabbages, 2s. to 8s. id. do.; api. Ud:.per lb.; edrrots, Gd. to Is. per dozen bai: crebs, water, Gd. to 9d. do.; cucumbers, i to 4 dozen ; garlic,3d. per lb.; letti?uos, tl. t0 per dozen ; marjoram, 6d. to 8d. per dot. luou' mint (l. to 8d do.; onions, 7s. to s. per cft.;i 'reeni,-id. to ls. perdoz. bunches; parer, 6lhi parsnips, 9d to ls. 6d. do.; peas, lid to dlp< potatoes, 7s. to 8s. Gd. per eit.; ra dd. per 'dozen bunches; rhularb, Is. to1i o ; sage, Gd to 8d do.; shallots, 2d oe'r lb.; si 2s to. 3s, per .doz. bunches; thyme, 61 o. turnips,, 9d. to 2s. do. Fruit: .Alondi, oSi t per lb; apples, dessert, 7s to Ss per -cae; doI' ing, ;lsito:,7s do.; plums, Id. to 3d. Fo.; lemons, Is. to 2s per doz.; inulberrries, 4l to nl' lb. ;* perr, 3d to 6d do.; raspberriei, 6d lo S1; grapes, 4d. to &l. do.. Dainl Proluce...

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English Mail News. PARIS, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

(Nºi (1o our ,os Correspondesnt) PARIS. Decenmber 20. , Like as patient -after severi months: of sickness, F:rance is commencing'' to regain her feet' agnin asusual., In thus slowly en= tering~stthe,:operiod of- convalescence,? the people are best enabled to estimate lhow ,tl ,vital ;energies,of the .,country have: lecen sapped since May last, and,what .brenches have been made in the ,tlaw,, ?nd ;what violences have .been practised by the. .ad ministrations. France, has. the . ir., of re enterinig into possession of heri dwelling after a merciless sieioo and( a severe, hboL bhrdi?nint' "The cruel x.? eiienc inall have net the less its good. It his uited tlhe Republicans, and.knit, closer their ties for the defence of fmundamental principles. 'otlii' like"tlie biattle field for ceinentin frienisl;i fiii nt th Caiptemeode jfee for de velopino piiudence foresight, anil sagneity in; the'rank" and 1file. ". The Rej?mblicnin' displeay not the slighltest e?itliusiasuni it their victory ove...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

*cOi~~t Kui Sji E 'COUiNChIL. Sltiurdayi, nd EFerln":. . Pt--The resident (Mr. J. Lecky. J.P.) SConcillors I'"01'e Patterson, Grpiiv F , ecky jnnr., Ioward and Crichton. le Finanee Coumnittee.nct prior to tie ordir nm'eetil, Iand the Surveyor made ' ti report as to the mliuner in which EminthFIIace contractor for the Lynd st hiduing had crried out his contract. le disession ensuled, and it was inti h1ti tlat till contractor hind since: tle ottr io neetinag completed the work nearly e,,atisfaction of the Surveyor. It was rId tint the work should hare been done o one one else tlin tl!e previous con r It seemed ts if the contract had i nstisfaetory to the Council from ilhe ,o:eement. Payments were passed, r tli amont otL CIockeril's. contract r maintennnce, £801 s.. ORDItNAR BUSINESS. Tie minntes of previous meeting, were ad and confirmed, also outward corres poec approved. i Tie report of tle Finance Committee was aght up by Councillor Poolo and agreed ConIIESPOXDrENC. From Department...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

COMMERCIAL` BAANK OF'AUSTRALIA CAPITAL - - £1,000,000. Danidenong Branch. With Agencies at Berwick & Cranbourne. Intereist allowed on Fixed Deposits. Dlraf~i issuci? on"GreatBjriuln; nanl the 'Bank's Branches and Agencies throughout the Colonies. Berwick Agency open Daily. Cranbourne Agency open every Saturday. ' . . 3IL SUTI?IRLA D, 3?anager.. MELBOURNE , SAVINGS BANK. ESTABLISIED 1811. Offces:. Corner. of arket street and Flinders ?noe West. Open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock; Saturday, from 10 till 12; also, Saturday Evenings from 6 till 8, for -; : receiving Deposits only. Sums received of ONE SIIILLING and uplards, and Interest allowed at the rate of Four per cent. -Persons residing in the Suburbs or Country canus deposit by letter. . Number of Accounts open at 1st Judy, 1877, 12,478. Amount at Credit of Depositors at 1st .Tuly, 1877 £501,922 12s. Gd. teo78 . OHN ALSOP, Actuary. GRAIN, .FLOUR, & PRODUCE M'CAW,.ADAMYSOQN, & CO.. Auctioneers, 29 LITTLE COLL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

gALE OF CHAIGES FOR ADVERTISING. Isonro{l for One Insertion :.. ... 8s. rtto Ti?ty Words, do . s. tlo Forty Words, 1o 3.. Thrire It°onlts It the rae oft s. per inch, -0if for One Insertion only. l e DoIroCsO upon all advertisements appear Mo for Tlree .Months. • Trade Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates. irtments usllt specify on the face of them the number of insertions, or they will be con tinud and clged for till countermanded. All ?rlern for uithdrdnmd or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. siertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. I RECTOR . s01cittrs MILLER, TIITO3AS, 64 Little Collins street eant, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Eutchers PLFEIGER, TOHN, General Family Butcher, ltowena Parade, Richmond. licetilaleous- . iIOLT, Water Filter M3nnufneturer, 117a Carli-an street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formnnerly of 19 Argyle place, LEgon street. Sarveyors nIIDLUPD LOXTON, Authorised ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

There was only one case at Blerwic k Policu Court, on Friday, but as theore was on;ly o J.P. o;i the ])neh, it was postponed-- The cartoon in Punch lust week isscntitled "The Governor-in-Coun;il,'; :and las the following words uirieidcntls it "llurrsliiftor th 3MonkeT Ministry! ifrrah ur f lior thu onkeys' Mnustier'tIfusrsi' for Whe reign of inarclty, of ruis aid disaster:ii" The merin bers of the i Miistre rn idt i'epreseiitcdnd iiss oike3s lapltyisg sinischievio'ustricks roundthenir inast er;, the Governor. The darl cuts still deal'vith' tli crisis; the. illustrations are extremely amnusing.,' ;There q )o pevrl excellent thlingss in the nuiimber, hich will rell repay perusu?d. . ; ,s t. --We hae- received from" on o ortwo eorrespon dents lette;p otn thinoerisissivhioh llav o lrelrdy apI ipared in the coliumni of one us other of oilr coi temporurices. Iii reply we haye.to inforps tlhes'that it a uconitriry to our ssusul. priuctino toiusessldsuch communicatioins, howevier excellent ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 February 1878

Eiej $aUtljy IauIttiT WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAtY: 6th, 1878:" THERE is no action of the present Ministry: 'that seems more to delight the hearts of the "people "-not. meaning this time the ma-; juority in the. Assembly, but working nie'n who hold liberal views (so-called)-- tin the. sudden and indiscriminate discharge of, a large nnmilber of- the civil servants, but se think it only requires .a little consideration to convince any iniirejtidiced persod htitt the Ministry in this case have not merely done a wrongful, reckless, and cruel aet, but one that is likely indirectly to affect many of those.who ld the above " liberal ' views. There seems at the. present time to exist a deep-seated grudge in many persons' minds against.anyone who. may .be more able, or who may, be earning more money than themselves; foiathwith the cry is raised; "Pull him down," and the communistic broom is applied to sweep hini away. It is a pity that those who aspire to be leaders in this communiity? should do anyt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

Thie followingnamiising bulwas lately perFpetra ted. at Britol. 'A magisterte asked a prisoner if he ''ere married.-!'Not" replied the man.-" Then," rejoined his Woirhip, nmidjpeal of laughtcr, "it's a good tlong eoryour wife.". Ti"hol AjPEc&oTI an lIoaoiSE.ESo.-All 5of feriiigfrom irritation of the threat and hoarsei.e.s wrilli agreeably, stirpriled at the aithoet hinmedliatie relief .alair'ed.bye t ahe tse "p Brown 'EBionchiot Troclhes.'' "'lheso famous."lozenges" tare no sold by nmtaicsresetable.lihemisti,; iti this country,'ht ls. lid. pier ,box. 'Peple" tioubled' with' s " helking cough," a;"lightt eold,"Ar; bronchial affections cid nottry tlhemn too cooe us nimilar trobls, if allowed to ptdcad; l" iii seieeriobA Pdli diisy hl :-b Ah1 matic affects ai.';, 4 ? the, tedrdsa I' BlOwni's Bronchial Trcl,' .are on the Government Stamp around ehic hoi- ,Mao?faeiured.by .ohn.I. Brown & Sons, Bostnoni. ""'it e e ',De l, Ozford street, London. FLolILISE-.FoR THEsTEETH AaS...

Publication Title: South Bourke And Mornington Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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