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BREVITIES. PLENTY amusement next Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

*BREVITIES. PLENTY amusement next Tuesday. . This journal will be published on Tuesday morning next. A new evening public school is to be established forthwith at Braidwood. No time should be lost by the farming community in getting their sowing operations completed. The sowing of grass.seeds, if not com .]eted by the end of the month, will remain inma measure dormant during the winter. Ground should be sub-soiled for perma nent crops of lucerne, sanfoin, or other tap rooted fodder plants; this can be'done by ploughing twice in the same furrow, as we have before pointed out. A battle between the French forces in Northern Africa and the natives, lasting half day, has taken place; both sides lost heavily;. Thomas Brown, a shepherd, of Binalong, is insolvent. Liabilities, £f24 Ios; assets, £t2. Mr. Stephen, official assignee. The Freemasons of Tamworth have pur chased , piece of land for £'0ooo0'for the purpose of building a hall. . The- gates and booths for the Newcastle races realize...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. ,THERE is some talk about forniing a Recha bite Tent in Goulbuirn ; and we understand thatseveral gentlemen having been mnembers v-u. of the order in another colony, are working hard to get liersons to enrol themselves for the purpose of establishing 'thed orer' h'ere. We know something aboutt. timperapce societies ourselves, and consider thati those branches already in existence in Goulburln, seeing that they are working so amicably together, are sufficient; especially so when the object aimed at by all organizations, being mutual help to one another and the elevation of their fellow-man, is beiibg carried' out with vigor. .:. .- .::::., : :::-: : We are informed on good authority that a man named John Spackman, a resident of Mummel, left town yesterday afternoon to go. home with two. horses and a cart, having his son Arthur witlh him 'atl the time.:.: Onairii ing at his residence. after the hborse's)iad .:! en taken out, it. was discodvered .that' tlii'manu was dea...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

, . BUNGENDO RE'.. S (rFr ( neoum foreG espondent.) , iWALLABY DRIviE;-On last Satiurday a large niumbder ,of pjersons met; (at the :inivitation of: Mr: 'McFagen) :at 'Deep Creek;.'; The. weaithe' wais' tily delightful, which! inluced: some of ouri young ladies to join in thi driire, as'ivell as visitors from' a distance,: Quean beyan being well:'repi'esented by Messrs.' P. Pooley, M 'Byrne, T'I Hutchinson,' and! J. Pooley, and' although these gents only took! part in two drives, they made a very respect able score, as! will be shown. There were 27 Shbooters and ,?2 drivers,'the former under' the 'charge' of 'Mi W. McFadgen jun.; Messrs MFadgeni, seiini: and N. Powell captained the' drivers: :Afte? the'first twvo' drives Mr. McFadgenf:invited all to make a bee line for' iunch, whichi-was" ready: ':A stamnipede was at once iiadeanid on arriving at the ground we foiihd our old :'friend Jack Noonan; 'who, by? the :way, enrdeavtoured to .ipilot tlhe Quean beyan men to :the shooting grou...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. POLICE COURT.—Wednesday, May 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

.QUEANBEYAN. (Abridgedfron the Age).= ? "'POLCE CouRT.-Wednesday, May 18th. BEFoRE the-Police ;Magistrate. .. . George rirght'(on renman'd) wascharged with ,stealing .a watch aiid chaini fronim the personi of Gebrge' Edivaid Stephens, on or about theznd of April. . , George : Edward' Stephens stated that .he was'a grazier residing at the Googongs,'near :(iieanbeyari. He went to Doonan's public house at about i1 o'clbck on Saturday niglit the 2nd of April last. Was tliere in the evening of that day and saw the accused at the public-house. He.came'buit of tiihe iobuse about closiig time (aboutle' 0a O'clock),lad sat down on a form under the verandah where lIe wenitto sieep. ; When witness avawoke:he weit acr6ss the:street to his apartments to bed. About six o'clock next morning he discovered the loss bf his watch'and chain, and immedi ately sent to Mr. Doonan and informed him of his loss; and alfterwards gave inforiiatidn to the police. The value of the watch was John Callaghan depose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evenning Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF BUBSORIPTION: 12g. per Annum, or 83. per Qulrter fn Aclvance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papei must do so at the end of the quarters terminatinug in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun' of their subsoription. JOB PRINTING : T 'he Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Pintin: Oftfi is'the CHEAPESTOFPIOE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing.. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Agessts ',: Queanboyan..... ...... E.P. Longhi " Canberra .................... B......E Bdoth' Gundaroo . ;. ..;...:'H. J'M.i Grath: * Gitlinderra .;..0.. .......L.iGI"Gillesipi'< G.Gunning........ . . ., .1.Bell . Dalton ........ .?...;;.;;.JWheatley , •uB geidore .o.. .......;..::J. Mo Jannett i.,.skiugtown........

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Amusements To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

Amuseiments To-Dayr. Ar Collector, athleticspo0rts will tak place on the recreation grounid atithat place, which is .only a nice drive -from Goulburn. The programme i??s welli diversified, and .shoilld draw forthi a numiber of come iptitors. S.A pigeon-shooting match will take place on th Victori: Recreation ,Grouid A large niumber of s:tiong birds; are ii store for the knights of the triggert0ldi;'. 'it p i opff At :'Tl'aago there: will be a grand baloon ascenit andi a great display of fireworks." r: 'giand e'icursioin to Maninafield will leave thel"rilwy station i?t"'a quilarter to tei this moriiing, retuirning at aboi't. a quar ter ast five in the evening. Ticket?" are beiing issued at zs "6d .each 'for itdiflts, ibd 'for children under twvelvc years Is. :A liberal progiramme of sports.. will, take place.,6on theground, when donbtless the .ex'cursioniist wvill enjov themselves., A. publi6 'teaiimeeting will 'Itale ljace at Thuildoi,, the prioceeds of whichladre iin, aid of thel p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

Si . DS AND ENDS, .By 'telegrami from Temora we learn :--Four pennyw;eights to .the dish has been washed from No. 2 SW.'i Yanpkee Charlie. 450 loads frori tlhe Hidden: Treasure yielded Io dwts. per load; 200 loads from Foley, so dwts. per load : zoo- loa'ds from M!Cormack's shallow ground, iialf"an ounce "per' 16oad ; Golden Garter; 65 l0ids, :I ozi per load..-i ' A woiman named:::Iirivine was picked up by the police, while she was in a state of utter helplessniess,' er hi' er 'house in Bowiman. street, at a quarter-past s2 o'clock on Sunday morning. She was tiken to the Police Sta. tion, and as she appeared to be dying, efforts were made to restore lier, but unsuccessfully, -and she expired before a doctor arrived. De 'ceased was a washerwoman, and had been' living apart from her husband. A cabman named James Higgins called at the Sydney Hospital at a quarter-past I o'clock on Sunday morning, having a severe .wound on the scalp, four and a-half inches in length. His left ear had al...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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South's Pinafore Opera Company. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

South's Pinafore Opera Company. DURING the past week Mr. \Vhittington, tihe energetic- agent of the above company, has been in. Goulburn making preparations for their performance, which has become justly celebrated on account of the several merits the company possess; and last evening the Mechanics' Hall was attended by an audience of which many of our leading citizens formed a part.. The stage was decorated with new and highljly appropriate scenery for the occa sion, while the mechanical arrangements were of that complete order that not a L hitch l appleared during tlhe whole performance. :At eight o'clock the audience became impatient, and when the curtain rose the object that met the view was the signal for such an out bf~r?st ~of applause that has seldom been equalled in the hall. The observer.,can, at lthis stage form a slight conception of the play. The opening scene consists of all the mnembers of the company, which number -over twenty, appearing on the boards at obhe time. T...

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PRE.EMPTIVE LEASES. (To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

pREEMPTIVE' LEASES. S:'o The Editor of tLe Evening Penny Post? ) S;?l-,-The more any one tries to understand the Lands Acts of! 1861, 1875, and 1880, as endea. vouredtb??t e administered by the various Ministers forLanid since 1862 to the present time, the more one is bewildered and the less liable to arrive at anything like a just and equitable estimate of eitoher the Aots themselves or of the views held by the meii who airo supposed to interpret them, as ehewn by the regulations issued fr.me tio?e to time osten sibly to oxplaiu and simplif, ii iluaniug of the Acts. How far these regulatius have had this effect any one cnversauSt with land-office businese is Well able to judge. It is not, however, too groeat a liberty of speech to say that many of them have been at variance with the spirit of the Acts and of 'i nature, to provoke adverse criticism upon the ability, if not uponi tio' itipartialitjr, of their framers. To go thoroughly into the matter would ta~ke too much time and mor...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

BREVITIES,. LONG live the Queen. b.'Bys; beware ! the police are on the alert and will take action against persons: letting bofffireworks in the street. , Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, is 62 iyears old to-day. May God preserve her. "; The town was very lively last night:: * i Patronizesports and excursion to-day. 'Ablotut fifty members of the Goulburn Vol unteer Infantry proceeded to Sydney last night. The weather has assumed the appearance of auttinin'ih Goulburn. The name of the man that was picked up in afit on the Darlinghurst road is Denis Warham, and resided at Woolloomooloo. The Orient steamer Potosi has not been injured. in any .way, and has left for Mel bourne. S'iigiar is gradually advancing in ?price in England. Count Aruin, the celebrated Prussian diplomnatist, is dead. SFor not cancelling the stamps on: beer casks, a number of Melbourne lpublidatis haie beesi fined. - " : . A woman named Hogan hung herself on .Saturday last, at Brisbane.. The number of lunatics, prisoner...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

Trevanian7 'Are you ill.?' inquired the physician; 'if so, it cannot, be anytlhing very seridus-for I never, saw you looking better I But call up at the surgery-a little medicine will .soon put all right !-.'. . .. 'No ! no ! no '!! exclaimed the grave-digger, shaking lhis head with a very peculiar expres sioi; ' I don't want anything of that kind the earth':is my doctor ! I can't tell you how the smell of it' revives me, as 'I turn it over andover year after year! .I It's my belief I know every shovelful in the churchyard i -But no matter for that,' he added; It's something I've got upon my mind that I want to consult you about I' Had you not better conisult the clergyman ?' suggested the gentleman-who at that parti cular moment felt little inclination to listen to one of-Mike's usually long-winded stories. 'No !! replied the old man, doubtfully; 'the rectdr be a sort of cousin to Sir'Richard --and it wouldn't do to tell him ! Besides,' he added, ,' I have more confidence in you, d...

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HOSKINGTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

HOSIKINGTOWN. '(From our (o'rrespondent ] CONSIDERABIE excitement is evinced here in consequence.pt -anotherrush of: gold miners to the Molonglo river above Forbes. It' ap pears that oro , .some- time .back two Sexperienced rpicticalini. iifer.roih Victoria liave beeri' quiiietly ;fossickirig in ,'.this locality, and1'are'niio?'so '; veill satisfied with the result of their search that-they have-taken up a few acres on a?mminiig leise-i Already some gold has~leen taken from various parts of:tlie'.river withini a! few miles ofFoxlow, and to-day I was shown, by Mr. Ed. Morgan a very. nice parcel of the precious metal, -which, he'iifbrins me, wVtas the resuliof tiwelve dish fulls of dirt, takeii from several places in order to' test the ground. .Two I.tons .ofquartz, taken from a newly-opened reef and sent to Major's Creek recently to:,be: testedi has given.a returnhof liif an, ounce to the, . Thisstone iwas inot picked, ind'as t'iieef is eight feet wide, the priospect-.is encouraging....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

A Bf.ACK HORSE, young and staunol; nnst L.he a good one RK. CRAIG, jun., a eor, Goulburn. Was eel , A H HOUSEMAT pply, THd' S' ?.- at Thomas' Hotel.; , . . :AT Giilhspie's Boot Factory, SIX .E CHARLES GILLESPIE nibn. a' : nted, 1EGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS Appen .-. tices, aot Wood & Co's Boot Faoto . ply WOOD & C0'S., Auburn8street. A. Practic Gardener TS SITUATIO Thorough nder. stands Trees, Vines,nd the T ll its ang 8. First-class reforeceo. A'e s llI . L,?I4TON. \ TO LET, A HOUSE containing six rooms, sitte in Victoria-street, with tank, stable, each. house, hay-loft, and large yard. Apply o W. WILKIE. Meohani ' Institute. T O-N G H T, HER MAJESTY' BIRTHDAY, SECOND APT ARANCE / - OF\ ROYAL Pina re Opera ompan WHO HAVE ACHIEVe AN I MENSE SU CE8! A D was witnessed last evenin by a crowded and delighted audience. Admission-3s, 2s, and Is. SpDoial reosrved chairs, 4s; plans of same and seat reserved at the Royal Hotel from 10 to 4 to day. Doors open at 7; commence at 8. ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

; : ,.CABLE MESSAGES.' S(F yoni Sydney Daily Pape,8s.) I' :;, : CONSTANTINOPLE, iMay' 21 THE action'of the Bey 'ofTunis ini signing the recent treaty with France, in:which the Sultan: declared the Bey ,-went ,beyond his legal rights,/has arousedl much angrycomment here.. The Sultan hasinow. formally deposed the Bey'as-ruler of Tunis ... .. PARIS, May 21. | Information ihas been;-received of the de position of the B'ey of. ruis'by the Sultan of Turkey-'c:The Freicl? 'Goveinment declare their iint~fention of upiolding the Bey, and maintain that it is iot within the power of the Porte to rerriove him. Furtheir. fighting has taken place in Tunisian territory between the French column which was recently reported, asf-advancing towards Tunis, .and the Arab 'tribes. The latter have: been everywhere repulsed, although niot without. considerable losses on' both sides....The towns of Beja and Mater, situated to the westward of the city of Tunis, are now occupied by the French. . "LONDON, May'...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

.GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MoNDAY, MAY 23. BEFORE Mr. Voss. 'Thiiaih ?'~ Willsby, 'an elderly man,: for drunkenness was discharged with a caution. Mary Brown was brought up charged with vagrancy,:and:. having been before the court onuj?,.eril 'pirvious occisions she was ordered to'b'e iilrisoned for six months with hard. labour. Stelphen Hyett, on reniand, was charged on suspicion of being of unsound mind. Drs. Gentle and Davidson gave evidence to the effect that they had examined the prisoner, and were of opinion that he was suffering from melancholia, or insanity to a certain extent, and that he was unfit to be' ati large; as he might cause' injury 'to ·himself and others, and should be placed'where he: can be attended to ' o. James Jessopl; bie,: of pIrisoner's. sureties gave revidence to the effect that. prisoner-had been drinking and neglecting his business, and.heh~hd laid the information against him on that account;, prisoner had repeatedly admitted that something was wrong with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

For 4 Weeks Only ! The Popular Photographer of N. S. Wales, B EGS to announce that his STUDIO is NOW OPEN, and he is prepared to take PORTRAITS In all the Best and Newest ityles (\vrrIc OR WITHOUT'r APPOINTME ?S); and from the great advantages deriv d from pure and unobstructed light, combined ith the nost approved apparatus and appliance , he is ?n bled to promise his patrons PORTRAITS of the highest e .rie of/excel lence in the Photograp' ic Ar Out-door Photogra y ! Honuses, Grounds, Horses, Family Picn s, Wedding SGroups, and every description oa out door subjects photographed on the shortest notice. CARTE DE VISITE. CABINET. Per dozen..20s. Per dozen...40s. Half ditto...12s. Half ditto...25s. N.B.--All photographs are enamelled, and fin. shed in the latest American style. "Selling Off at Cost Price, and Less than Cost!" -ENSIBLE customers are not to be deceived by . such false advertisin as above; but if you wish to see a varied and restclass assortment of FANCY GOODS, TOY , ,,m...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS , ON Saturday last the first rifle comlpetition foray stereoscope and- fourteen- o ther prizes was commenciid' at the 'buitts' in Brooke's paddock:. Forty 'niembers' coi~peted; and so ~rA :Private T6·oise'nd's prospect :for first prize is about the, best. The following are' :the scores actually made on Saturday.: :The Sshooting was '5 shots each at 2o00 and' 3o0 yards. The long ranges will be fired at on some futfire Saturday :- " S 200 .300 Total . Privat o:wnitsend 20: 18 Captain Blackslaw ... 16 17 33 S.Buglei Adami ;.:..... 14 ,? 15 1: "'29 ,, Sergeant Morris ...;;.'18 ; 10 28 Private Jackson ...... 14 13 .:027; Privatbe'MLean ...;...M 12 ? 1? 4 26: Laic crporal Fowler 11 14: 25 ''?Prlivate Lurcock .;.;.. 15 ::- 10 ,/25 Pi'iv;at Coombar.... 9 16 25 Sergeahnt'iWilkie ...... 16 -': 24'8' 4 Private %Neilson ...... 15 9 2 'Plirivate'S. Nelson ... 15 9 24. Corporal Bushell ...... 15 ";?' 8 i 231 , 'Private Youug....:.;.. 11 12 .23 :"Private Lees.......... 12 . 11 :::23...

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MONDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 May 1881

MoNDAiY A.FTERNdOON'... :Before Mr. Vossi..: John'?: Fox was charged with stealing a watch;', the property.. of Joseph -Coombes, storekeeper of Marulan. Constable Agassiz of Marulan deposed i On iSaturday I niglit last Mr. Coombes told me thatihe missed a watch from his bedroonm, and that he suspected a youth named Fox who had been staying at his house; I pro ceeded to; Mr. Coombes': house, and saw pri soner in bed with his clothes on; .I qiues tioned him about the watch, and he said he knew.nothing about it; after some little time he. .said to Mr.. Coombes and me that he could; find the watch for us j we thien, wenit to a place.about a hundred yards from M.r. Coeombaes' store, and after soie :sekiilch he took the watch (produced) frbinoi uder a bushi, Mr.. Coombes examined the t 'atcli, and identified, it as *his .propt:rty I then arrested him, and charged him withf stealing the watch.. Joseph Coombes, storekeeper, MIarulani, deposed : :I know the prisoner:; he.'has been in my empl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 May 1881

Wansoted, A N~'/PERTENCPD SHEEP DR ER. -. yln. T. SHEPHERD, Sout Hill, ? oulbu~r? Wa fed. A RALN PA SER?NT. Apply t MRs. J NSON, Post Offi . j WO a ted". A ddwnM. Apply . EMAMUEL Lans Wa,, d. A /GIRL N R AS KILDA OUSE. W istesi. A CO\IPETENT PARLOUR MAID. Apply at Thomas' Hotel. =W~~vdeel, . AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, S r HT BOYS. - / -" CHARLES GILLESPI oulburn SWanted, IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS , eAp4en ..tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factdrf. 4lly WOOD & C0'S., Auburn-street. • w?anted I ~ediately, A SS ANTS, IMPRO RO, and o . T CE9 to the Dress ing; alo OOD MACH NIST. W. LANE, ore a W ANT D TO S T 4in. ACHIT''1AVES a 2d per ft ,l. Mlouldings Idper it. Austrian hairs, 8s d, 8s \d, and 9s 6leach. C. ROGERS. ANW ED TO SE L, English Furoitgore; a sVV fpment just to·nd. P.G.B. Sir board, £6 10s ; Uoffee Tables, inl~7 8s 9d. C. ROGERS. 10s. R _ WARD. LOS, on Sunday, 1 MAY, from Newwn, WO HORSES- e BROWN H QRSE, sh plled tail, hod oll rund; BAY ?RBSE, off p down, sore shou...

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MERRILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 May 1881

MERRILLA. S (From our Correspondent.) A MIEE'TING of the Farmers' Association was held at Merilla on Monday last. The at tendance was fair. The president called upon the secretaryto read the annual report, which was adopted. The president then vacated the chair, so that his successor might be appointed. The association then proceeded with :the election of officers for the ensuing year, which resulted as follows :--Mr. William Nosworthy, president i Mr. W. J. Smith, vice-president; Mr. George Hockey, treasurer; Mr. George Bool, Secretary. Committee': Messrs. George Bastin, Job Chaffey, Jonathan Walkom, Benjamin Cooper,-jun., Robert Nosworthy, sen. The newly-elected officers briefly returned thanks. Mr. Henry Bugg moved, Mr. George Hockey seconded,-That the secretary com municate with the members for Argyle, Messrs. Holborrow and Myers, on the dan gerous state of the crossings at Kippilaiv:and Baw Baw, and such other matters as may affect the welfare of the district. Carried unanimous...

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