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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

£8 IE * W IAR 11HE J .T?:4I -The lat&st' wsAfeomi the seto wori iirins. us that i liiirstualce e the arlminstice the? Rissiains ihave l ucci'pi:~" 1i6 idi~l nedges, the l rtified approacu to Stimsoul; itzhad been previously rumoured i that.they had?ientered - the city, but -this-report was afterwards contradicted. ,It ?has long been apparent t!at th@Ru?istimin wpullnppt pause in theietrvietorious areerunless smei diplaay of power, were;made, to check, them. .-The English Government,appear at last td have adopted tliis view of the. situation, and have sent six vessels' bf" "ir'elonging to the Mediterranean fleet iinder Vice Admiral HIdribygtd;Coistntintopilldeto lpi't:ct British residents, and Britisli property; and overawe the Russians. ThFdtlii'e gi~at powers have been invited to take -similar action to pro vid eagainst possible: disorder; and: French, Germ'nan, 'A?itrian, aid lidlian squiadrons' are iio?ltl"s irocedatCeddo the 'se s wmae oifdi-s. theimeantime thie rest oft...

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

,i!oAere uot ofcctrien AoiA to h reo An dmota et~po adr~ A C~r. ipurl lgneio Y identa, ourtetloo iýaleront , t ba :eer, I-Ao IA 00d~tj~ coroodeotoi j )flIoepZ aortae, anot aee oaldreooe oot4 un fl i the aan ro f tr onA good loat. oftl e ta rite ,0Jot0,

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A WONDERFUL ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

.A ,WONDERFUL ESCAPE. Bi EMERSO BE.L ETT. The escapes of some of the arly.western pioneers fromi the ed Indians were so remarkable as to be almoost, if not quite, mirnculons. The disastrous expedition of Colonel. Crawford in the spring of 1782 is a matter of history. The Colonel hinmselfc.wa taken b~ the Indians .and conm pelled to undergo :the most 'excruciating tortures which their savage ingenuity. o?ld devise: A large number of men underhiiscominmand were killed on their retreat, and afew takenprisoners. :'On them unfortunate captives the Indians ?ented their most diabolical rage. They seem to - iare felt no mercy for any oneldonineeted with' that uifoitiiriate canm paign. It was enough -for-them to know that a captive had:been concerned; in that. wicked ipdi tion to consign him to the most ??crIel deathl In this thereans a spzcies of barbarous; :poetic justicer The objeets of that ceampaign were the murder and plunder of 3foravian finsidans-n minoffensive, nion resistant, Clhri...

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A SELECTOR'S GRIEVANCE. To the Editor of the S. B. and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

A SELECTOR'S GRIELA.Cf Totl e Editor of tile 8. B. an, -bore*: SoInr,--LO CO iyour last week's t Ihat teended selector feels sorely g'rievd that, a dangeorofl biig overridden by one of the - s as lhe terms mie, but, Mr. Editor, I b htheien t on tile other leg, as anayone here will admit 1 knows himi-but a - ellm t Leo how he n i the a grieved, exeept ina iila'ginationa•, as hli setetn i withli seven amiles of the township, and i a different-direction: from tile cemetery, hi necusoesr nia of trying to manaipulate th land tro N'ow, Mr. Editor, I have hIIad the land ?aiyI selected fenced int over six monlths, ande enl apart froa the cem etery, a there is a on raid between my lait and tile alie, anlld inll t times then were no eomplaints till la . I treil to prevent the aggrievedl selector fnoa l, ltnta, oaswaindle on the rntelnayers of the di teia?tandle tlhauitgh tlint by nising that err le would hie revenge ona me, bat if ever lie real tilhe bible I? klow tlhat "revenge is the Lonl'e...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 9th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

SGARDINER POLICET':C0T0t.''"' S.Saturday February 9thU. and W: 0. Wells J.P. ijThos. Alway v. John Slater; goods, £9 14s? d.i-nroappear(anceti-'pn..Lii 'r*',: ·' i Jdijr Q dBlchlrlwsfiniedn'2s. 6d.'lforn not s' ri per. op rq,,:over' 11ý' ^ O5 i , ?en~.a~!jP~P~ ·~u~rn ii~l','' trrkzni- t.1I

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

. MARKETS. DANDExS~O M[AR'nET.-There lwas an cianr i attendance at this market ye.tenlay, and thed. ding in'some instances was spirited; a lare amno of stock was submitted for public competition,.d sales were.i rcidily made. EAs fERN '[. lCTr, Satunda, 911h Febrarn. Vegetables: elans, kidney, 2d. to 4d Ip.r b.; leet, Gd to 9d per dozen; bouquets, 3b. to 1ti per dozen'; cabbages, 2s. to 8S. Gd. do.; espirs,, il. per lb.; cnrrote, Gd. to Is. per dozen bunch,; renss, waiter, Gl. to Od. do.; eucuinber, 2s to 4sl p dozen ;'b iirlie, 3d1. per lb.; lettuce,, N1. to I. perdowont- ni mrjnin; tt;. to atl. per doz. butichn; minit Gd to 8d do. ' onion, 7s. to 10s. lpr cut.; d. greei;, bd.'to is. pxr.doz. bunchlesr; i;arlery, d do.; parnsips, Ud. to l:sGd. do.; pens, ldt to perlk; potatoes, Ts.: to 10s. per et. ; radli-s, (dl. er, dozen bunches ; rlubarb, Is. to Is. I. do ; sge, 'Gd to d do.; htallots, -id l?r lb.; spirlA 2s to 3: 'per doz. baunches; thlnre, Mtl d.; tuoriolit, Od. to 2s. do. Fru...

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EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

SEXTRAORDINARY, SUICIDE. . What appears.:to:have been, a most re-: markable case of-suicide came to: light on Tuesday,. morning,i, when .the l<. mutilated remains. of ad :youth, .named ,Percy .John:: Campbell, were foundon ,the IIobson's.Bay Railvay,. on, the ,Windsor . line, ,near the •a'tes in Stephenson street, Richmond. [ The,;, heiad, it ,,appeared...was entirely, separated from the body,.and lay :sone. distance from The discovery, was made, early in the., morning bya man whpioisin the Codmpnany's employ,:before .the first mornin ?.train had;.. gone by 'and he a4 t once cncluled that the. wretched 3youn~ man had committed the act Slateon the previous uEnit. .Informtion of.:, theoccurgence was given to the police,,and. it ':as asnertained that on l Mondayinmorninmg a young woman, named Yiuille who resides with' her? parents in Richmond, received a letter from youngCaniphell, in wiich he said that she would nbt see hii"n again alive, and asked liaher to ea crape on her...

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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. FRAGMENTARY THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

CLIPiI .GS FROM 1fNC FtAOiGMENTARY THIOUGIITS. Duffer is better thnn lhim. o v D])ufer put mec up to get the Dogtor's.,house at Quarantin,, ground painted and papered up. I sill go 'over there every Friday, and 'their I shall' go nerss in the Government boat, innd then Ir shnll;.bonear my Duffer. IHe is the. only .man L can trust to now. I don't like Longmlore, although I think he is trying to copy me. Whlic I inlked dlowi the street with Longn ore, the other' day, lio tried to'turn his toes in, which shows that hc appreciates .those who are ,not of good breeding. . I have observed thit miny faine hli gone beyond Sydney;' that thc, Adelaidoe.Punch, hi,whi, by. the way, is not ealled Pnach, but the Lnntern, is not so comnplinmentiry to ine an the Sydney Pouch. It does ,not represent ie is " Robespierre," bnit's 'i common :highwmyman putting: a pistol to tho e lead of a defeneeless wonmn. .I eaven knows, and I know, that I have ever .beei? the eliampinoi of 'female purity. It is dread...

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

To thei Assembly oil Wednesdsa Mr Pat teron ''stiated ii rielvtoMi. Sniyth tihat the Giveirnmiient ?oild consider the advisability of obthisinig'the services of ;Sir J'oh Coode in reporting on the ~est mode of. ffecting a permanent entrance to the Gippslaid Lakes:; -Mr.'Woods tanted in reply to Mr. Smyth' thin'tfthe' railway-fromn Oakleigh :to' Sale would be ready for through traffic by March 1st, and tickets would be issued on the oc casion.L at,." holiday 'excursion -rates.-Mr. Bosisto, asked' the 1 Minister -of Lands:if. it was true that the workmen in the public parks,and:gardens were debarred., from.'en lovingithe same: holidays as. other public. servants, and, if: their ,pay was deducted, when they were absent-even fora day, . onlya from illness. or other unavoidable: cause. Mr. Longmorej replied ,that.it had.always been the rule to stop payment forf absence, but he would enquire into the matte.--Mr. Berry moved the resolution of which behld given notice, relative to the expen...

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THE HEIDELBERG RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

THE HEI IELBERG RACECOURSE. A correiponridtsigingliimiiself, " A as ?ollons: 'BCAs a steeplechase ride.tIrnnstt ask youto-dgra.iwattention ,tlthedalagerous and unfairtoourse, the.iHeidelbergLstew-?rds havelaidl out for theirsteeplechase. The jump by the rivebris:as liihgl-"'s anythin finii?el bourne, but has to be jumiell up a.hill and out of soft ground-and s only threepanels wide wi d 'd'd '-rails .' ihei 'comes,.a fence Ilst inside the edge.?of.,a?.deep dry drain, 15ft. from bank to bank;, and thosebhaunks none too-sound "The-fenee is-only 2ftiliTi highibut if a horse takes off 0 ft. from it, to land fair on the opposite bank he must 'laan nearl 30D ft--'C onid ll i"'s-j u mp was drl1 33 ft.)-lIf- hts'htnd~Id g I dr p in it, he must break his back, whilst if he should ittempt to liaulk' ti'e :chiinces ore a10to ,1 that he slips, under the bottom rail, and ?ealkssii'tliis'1os. Several drains have been newly filled up with soft earth, into which a horse-must sink to his knees. One ...

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THE EFFECTS OF THE CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

THEEFFECTS OF THE CRISIS.. Under the helid ging of BIlc1aV'Wednes day,' a coutemporary? ivesa aivid nacount of the effects of the present crisis, andwe ihave reason' to know that the statements in it are by no:means exa'ggerated or overdraiwn'. The= valiie of real. estate his been; lar.ely deiireciated by the actioni ofEtie;i.:Gorn-r. ment; and estate agents report that business has come almost:to a:standstill, stiles; Tn fact `anre only iade, which arge abslitely' ndeessa?iv.:, There:is a:faling off insalm?ost every other kind of business,;., even. tliebout manufacturers 'flhve' felt themselves obliged to reduce the wages hitherto paid for piece wort"aii ndthe workmien in these places will t lis, suffet "f, di tlhe miýgovernment ..of, , 'Mipistry, whiom : there. is; good reasoin to know they helped to their utumost to ;pit into'odficei The building tradeqis severely uffering, and the erectionof exteasve, premt; sea deliyeci onacgpunt of tlhe unsettled state; of the country; thle cb...

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

ZMRX. EItTTER, CREMIST and SURGEON DENTIST By Eramination. Begs to inform the Inhabitants of Buln Buln and surrounding Districts that he has commenced Business as above. Borse and Cattle Medicines ahvapa in Stock 28gu. PERSEVERANCE T.80I8 CUSUWIG WORZB, NEXT ABBOTSBORD CONVENT, EAST COLLIYtGWOOD, (Late 171 Victoria street), Established 1872. -MESSRS. PAGE .AND GOVAN, PROPRIETORS. Colonial Asphalt and Composition Asphalt Pave ment for .Roads, Paths, Carriage Drives, Yanrds, Stores, Cellars, Garden Walks, &c., &ce., laid on shortest notice, in a superior manner, and at Moderate;Rates. Contracts as per yperial Arrangemenrt.. Metal, Screenings, &c.,' always on hand. i.5 N.B.--10000,000 Yards. of our Work can ts seen in and around Melboirne. PTBLICZO -'OTO-CE: BOOTS BOOTS I! CHEAP AND GOOD. W. MURRAY, J-unr., DANDENONG, Boot adtl Bhoe ufantotrer. W 3f. begs to thank his numerous Friends " and the Public, for the liberal support so long accorded, and to intimate th...

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Select Poetry. ALL ABOUT UMBRELLAS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

-0-- "r ?? ALL ABOUT UMBRELLAS: '' Dear editor, I'd have you know . I'm a soft-hearted "feller"; A. Abused, because I can't refuse To lend my new umbrella! It rins, and I must stay at home! For Jack-confound the " feller!" -Iast night, to go to laura Keene's, Must borrow my umbrella!, . e says (which doth my ire provoke), That he-a trifle "meller"" Fell down upon the ice, and broke My handsome new.umbrella. I hbad one once, I lent to Miss Her foolish pride did tell her 'Twas new, and had a genteel look, That handsome silk umbrella! She had a winsome, charming. ay: . o beant could excel her; Of course, I gratified her wish, And lent that nice umbrella' She went to some grand country ball! ' An anceident btfellh her, :: .. Some one plirloined it; "and I lost ..That ralued silk umbrella! Some ride economy to death, Andd foolish lies do tell, or They ve lost their own; and borrow then Some victim's choice umbrella! The stingy souls should buy their own! 'Twould joy some needy seller; Ea...

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DROMANA POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. Mairs, Cameron, Barker, jun., and Jno. Cain, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

Before,e essrs.t oMairs, Cameron,;:,Bnrker; , judi nimd J6. 'Cain, 3J.P's. . Wilison v'. Sn ell th lartiff sued fr £1 2s Gd for erecting- a portion of a dividingfence between two ?allotmnents owned' respectively by: laiatiff and defendiit. -'~ihe c se. ns dribiiss d, iltchugn an, order wAs made at the previous,, Coirt for? s .Sd. and 2s.Gd. costs ,ona similar summons, and,for,another. portion of the'saine fence; the only difference being,that' iu tlie;form?nr case"thle son'R:is defendiuit?n dii ? hi s tlihiel'fthlii ? the ailliot mnt being ointly occupied...:; ,NThomasiParker,v. William,,Mellor; board;, 83 1Os.?: The:plaintiff and defendant: reside ait'Plinders." Order'' for :the"mo?ntaifd. 'ail. lco'ststobep? ? din four weeks:' SMary ,Vean v. Britdget: :Brnaby,;,abusive, languae. ;:-A counter, sumnionS-iwas -taken out by the defendant against'teli: iother of the. plaiftiff forKa likh offdi?e.'cT.li 73ench seemelld to think that ti it " si of one and half-a-doz8d o"t'he :t,1 ~af'rdi...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 9th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

Dn iESONS RE COUNCIL S e - irdny,F ebriiery'; 9th: ý " y 'rht-T resident r A V Rodd, ?el ,ll,. ut oniii , 'Attetnborouh, ?he minute ofthie precious meeting were nd confirmoed; coehiEOPFtePl" ,,, From the Coini?issioiier of Railea 5ys, in s qatin" that it was not deemed ndl ces to etabli;sh a station at Sprinnvale.--! rcimJdohn ears; asking permnission to ormion of road 'near his piroprty and erossings at Cihandler's roiad. -Cotn ,e hyevs said that if KIears :deplsited nd did the work, .it' ould he a grent I.too the Council. Hie moved thht' the libation be agirreed to.-Councillor Atten - h objected, from the receintie.xperi: ~lofl the Council with Mr. Beilby,, to person being allowed to :occupy iaposi tat miht .again drag' them into'lna r millor Smartt asproved of: tleoffer t-It appeared intt the offeir wr s thia tieso should put lin two. :-crossings niously on the -road, -nd one at ,dlr's. Councillor Attenboroitilimniobedi tiheletter be referred: to :the Engineer, oears be requested...

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Police Intelligence. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 9th. Before Messrs. Hutton, Monday, Rodd, and Keys. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

DAMNDENONG POLTCE COURT." : • - , SatsrsayF ebrunur" 'th.i Before'Messrs..Hu ttou Muroday, Rodd, and .William Norqo iihay v. amOs '1irk'; a claim for £~8SB s folgr'i. Plaintiff stdatcd iat defeoitlanAt i senat tttyi ihead'obf'catttl ,which 'were very'ipopr''andi lie wias forced to 'take thiem i'n 'altlihug lie did.' ot:want to,.oloiso.,uIl'ioqftliemdied. iThey were all. very, poor-- onlp fitto be boiledl'ii dowi:,. .Tld: himi'.till 'aboilt' tlhe whfn he 'cainme: -Told him lie;cbtuld iave'tli e cantte on diayingrr foi"tlin'''Idi letdok'tlidelhi aafter?tardi' .7ithount''pernussigp,'o- an(lV: sold ,them at Daudeuoug. IFadi'not s.ten ' lhmi since.-To defelndant:br7.lihe cattle were brougiht late at night. . Did, not- starve, the cattle . Told'?·oi,'n ottd ' :send thei'cattlf,''' aS tlhero "wais' ' ngras.s.' Did 'not ?lave: per nission ta ake. tIe bids' off the cattl'l,i bu was willihng allow fie, price qof.tiem,'Js. 3d. -For .tle defence,n delendant stated thAft he' resided sometimes in...

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

COMMERCIA IlAQINK OF/AU8TRALI4 SCAPITA. ,- .o.oo 000. Daatnoig Branch. With Agencies at Berwick & Cranbourne. Interests. allowed ox Fixed Deposits. Draftsisosued onu Grtat Britain, and the Bank's Branihesa nd Agencies tlg "lo.. .ie Col.ices?' SBerwick Agency openiDily. .ov. ,7 Cranbourno Agency open every Saturday. II. rM. SUTHERLAND, Manager. MELBOqURNE pAVINQG- B(RAN4K. ESTABLISHED 1811. Onices: Corner of Marlket street and Flinders lane Wt. -et. - ".; Open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock Saturday,:from 10 till 12; also, Saturnay iEeinigs from 6 till 8, for r i ,receiving JDclioit6 only. c r ( Sumis receivedeof ONE SHILLTNG aid upwairds, and Interest allowed at the rate of Four per cent. Persons, residing in theoSuburbs, or Country ,an deposit by letter. Number 'of "Accoiints open 1at st July, 1877, 1 2 , 4 7 8 . . .. . -. , .' ' . . . . - .- , " ; , i , , , Amoutint aCredit of Depositors it 1st July, 1877 £501,022 12o. Gd.- - - . '- . tco78 .JOIIN ALSOP, Actuary. Shir Noacma...

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

jLE OF CITARGd I FO ADV RT1ISG TeirtWons, for One Innertion ... :. .. l S,-ohirto, F 1r W onis, do . .... 2* . l'M Fort Words, at tile' te of3s. per ice, if forO i Inslertion ol.'" Lbr DlscoriT u1n 11 'advertisements fappiear ig for Tilre 3onthsl.. . Trade Advertisements, are inserted at consiaerably reduced ratem. ' da?Ltokein lt i'.ut swify oil tlie fnc of them the number of insertions, or they will he'con tinud anld charced for till countermnmdetd. .All nlers for witlldrawmil or altertion to be sent in on the dy prior to publcration.' Advertisements can onlybe discontined by written orders. SDI E C T OR T. Solicitors IILLR, THOMAS, 64 Little Colliiisstreet east, Melbounie; mnd- Sunnvside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda.. Intchens- . .. . * . * .- i * I PIXNIGER, JOIIX,, General rFamily Butcher, lioweP an e, iiiond.... .. .. M. J, OLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a *' ^nligan Atntt d sile c 'rg le"'squmar, COrlton, fonerly of 19 y4rgle p llace, Irgon stret.. ;. : ; :-! . " UOL...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

Daring the week ending Feb: 2nd 132 births and 132 deatlis were registered in the Metropolitan and 8ubntrlan districts fi?h?:Hawthorn there were regis tered 7-births and 4 deaths; in Kew, 2 deaths (in the Asylum) ; and .in.ichmond 10 births and 12 deaths. .l 1 f .et e. It'is notifed ti the Gazelle that the oflices of thli Educiition Depaiitiicai' wil"' becloscd'to t i piblice onTThursday, Friday, mud Satuilay, 14tli, 15tli, and 16th Febriuar}in order to faeilitnte'reioviil to the new public ollices, Treasury OGidens, whero'biusiness willben resumned on M[onday, th? 18th February.": It is 'notifled in the Gir etle that a post oflo 'has beeii opened itTii erii ettIiliB hi'5 1 IxtcWe The trial.fours of the loroondara Rowring Club took place on Saturday in the presene of aconsider able num oer of.tltitoarsnthe four competingcrews being as follows:--Iarthold (stroke), Williams, Englaid, Whitnianii Tailor (sftoks), Perry, Kidgil, Evans ; Tate (stroke), D.iEnus, Iogarthl, F. Wood ; C. Wood...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 February 1878

T1jc ýutj B3o ukc no.al to nt t o ur n al. WVEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1878. THE despatch from, the Secretary of St'ate for the colonies on thei question'of"i'piment of-members-has-at-last..arrived, .but.there is really nothing in it to justify the rejoicing which" the Ministerial party have:riised over -it.-It-appears .that..the. Secretary. oflState was consulted by the Governor in a despatch, the contetsi ofi'hichbaveliot.lieenddivulged; we have not therefore the case which was placed before him, nor do we know how'far t was putin possessipn of the circumstances surri?didig tli?ifiestiou n tid eliablirifthiimt arrive at a proper decision.. As it is, the despatch of the. Secretary: ofaSi'atrshoivs that he does not desire to interfere in the internal offairsjof .any colony,' .unless Im. perial interests are at stake; he "then iays down the general.proposition,that.the sign uig of the money votes by the Governor is a purely'lforiisal matter,; 'ard states -that the question of paymento...

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