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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6th, 1878. Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 6 March 1878

onititouBn tutrn l WEDNESDAY, LMARCII Gth, 1878. ocal aitctlignrtc. -0 ..The Autumn .3eeting:of the Victorian Racing Club irils commenced on Saturday, on the Fleming ton Racecourse with very' fine wcather, but the attendance was much smaller than on some previous tecasionis. Among those present were His Excellency ohe: Governor, Lady.Bowen, and' suite.; Thesport commenced with tihe Hurdle Race, for. which eleven out 'of twelve horses came to the post; the result was;3fr.Loughlin's Lord. Harry, 1, M3r. Bailey's M3onk, 2,; Mr. Staugliton's Plcvna, 3. Eight two year olds, came out for the Ascot Vale Stakes. Boswoith was thc' favorite,` but through -being sihhtlyi in umnageable. he only came in third. The horons emno ins'as foiloaws :Mr. Fisher's'.Ihis Lordship 1, IEon. J. Wlhite's Roodee, 2 ; Mr. Power's Bosworth, 3. For the Brunswick Stakes, 21 horses started with the following result: 3Mr. Elder's .arto, :1 Mr. .Freeman's Lnertes,2 ; MIr. MeLellan'sa Breadalbane, 3. "The Stf'I ger St...

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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. WANTED KNOWN IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

O;LIPPLNGS'FROM-PUiTC1i7' WYiTEU KN OWV 'n 1tI2T, RRITTAIN. - To Capitalists and others seeking peaceful homes for their old agec--The New B?oweirknife.: Solo proprietors, Jerry Birham and Co., of the 'Victorian Novelty Shop.'. This stirprising little' instrument, no larger than an ordinary pen, is a really 'effleieon Continuouis Brenk-up of happy hormes; far exceedinig the famed Guillotine in annihilating power;.for'it not only lops off the head of the family but destroys every member at a. mere instant's notice; by a few simple strokes. , "It is'also warranted to ensure the downfall of all foolish ` people who have 'dared to 'invest. their earnings in our lovely Victorian lands. Price, £10,O0 a year. To SWaunmeRs.-Drinking bottled stout before breakfast can certainly be called taking a header. STo CnI?,-rTas.-" Garratt," of course, is the tip-top one of'the Australian teaims " To BArTnnEs.-The bath is a sanitary recreation, therefore the non-bathers must be looked upon as insane-i...

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

.l.;- , . -...i:. :. ? .;; g -. ,.. i li ,-; l . * "*1 RYE GREASSF SEED.. *-,:< *.,;m. atI otoshels' sfr e." " n "e ! i'!'ncstlapinple in.the cboioy (bar none)t.'tl" A.rnldicd st! Pnoi at 't thedl iB oniugton, Fariners' ..? ..... ,-* i-.(Socic·y,.Jer~rictk,;1.878. ,.,. .. ,.:., rPjilCES :3ZfiT .Apply.Earlv. -:'-'* ....":' "AUGUSTUS W. RODDI" ** ii!i'j o n V hol sale 'ii talU Seed Merelilch t, "* Sran. .. DandenO?og. s'B: ''T". *' CL -A. V. Seedsmal, nd Florist,. 9 " it 3Road, ZBichbna , .. xt Adi ck's Librr . :SEEDS S, .- S EEDS-i. SMSIE DS. ,..SEEDS j. Gnrden?, Ariltural, nnd Floer Seed* , lot l'lante *;.'herih imdlNirsery Stock of ever~ descriptioil.": e0, Bians,- Seet, Ciabige, Cauliflower, Cess, Carreot,-Celery,; ?Lettmeei'On O n; Parsler,-o o'a4nip.' R adisl, Sllinach, Tuf pri.ip &c !i-!pt Rye Grass, Pniie, Cocksfoot, Soft Grnas, 'Tiinothy Lucerce,,cdl ..Clover,<Vhliito Clover,'Tnairs; Rye; ,,;.': - . *'iED(,]:, " ? arir . :.*; ! . -*i oi l,: ,. ::...

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LITTLE MOE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

LITrLBýOE:B» 0 .J . Fro, aCorrespoident.) a a Friday 'week a numerous :concourse of ors? ssembled. on the i;ail\ray at this n tt telbirate iliie o feniii f' lie''lie. I theinfonm?'tiitn tlatlieh train would stops only arrived at 9. p.m on the previous lI ng, there iio? nio time to let thle slec- o sin the back cointry knowt of it, other. ti Sa iKch larger iiiinlber would haIve is t Aled; however the number who did come t theron so shrt a notice, thegoud pro- h Dn'of ladies, and the ovell-to0do ippear- a of all, were highly; creditable to 'the ect, and, I believe, astonished not only . loseners by the train; but the' Moeites 0 yes.n On the arrival of the : train a t eofl?pers thrown from'a caririage win- C treated quite a rush, and for, the first time n drg? was read'at Little o oe at 10 a in. S the day of publication. .sAhni iddif?s vanl c n read by Mr .G. W. Snith?lto the u aster of Railways, congratulating him 0n the successful completion of the line, c pointing' out the actct~lha...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Wednesday, March 6th. Before Messrs. W. R. Looker and John Jordon J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

.OAKLErIH .POLICE COURT. Wednesday, March Pth. ,Before Messrs.,. W. ,R.. Looker. and. John S,. . .. JordonJ.P., .. ,John Th.os., Paul v. John O'Connor; goods, £3 4s.-Order for amount. ...Thos Bishop v. John Daley; work 'and labor, £1 18s.-Order for amount. Edward May as Trustee of the Wellington "Chipch, wassumimoned fori ilfully' damag ing the property of the Wellington parson age.-Settled out of Court. . David Allen v. James Smith; stealing apples.-Settled out of Court. Same v. Thomas Smith; stealing apples. "-Settled out of Court.' :' -'John" Flemming 'v. T'lomas "Anderson ; \work and laIbr, ?2 Os. Gd.-Dismissed with 21s. costs. 'Same ''. Jaimes Holt; work and labor, '"1' 10s.,-Order for amount and 21s. costs. Edward Zorn v. Bridget Jansen ; stealing bricks.-Dismissed. James Holt v. John Flemming; goods sold and money lent £4 IOs. 3d.-Order for £3 Os. 3d., and 21s. costs. 'The Court then adjourned.

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

THE WAR IN THE EAST. .In-n consequence of the demonstration made by England, Russia has abated some of her demands, and the terms of peace would appear to have. been arranged between the cont'iding parties.: England, however, is stated to be well prepared for any contin gency. that may arise. In the House of Commons, the Itight Heon. Gathorne Hardy, Secretary of State for the War Department, in presenting the Army Estimates, stated that the army was thoroughly well organised and ini excellent condition. One hundred and ten thousand picked troops were ready to take tile field at once, if necessary,- and they could be followed by 400,000,auxiliary troops without delay. .Lord Derby: has stated his view that the treaty of Paris of 1856; though infringed in 187!,' is still ' binding on the. signatory powers tntil a new one is substituted for it with" their sanction, , and :he has expressed a hope that the conference about" to' be held at 'Berlin tinder the presidency of Prince Bismnark'w...

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

VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOR THE AInS.-Ilf your hair is turning grey, or white, or'fat.g off, us~ "The Mexicaln Iair Renewer," for it will positively restore in every case gret or while hair to its originaf colour, without leaving tile disagreeable smell ol most restorers." " It makes the hair charmingly boautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for "The Mexican Hanir Renewer," prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford Itrget e London, and sold by Chemists-and Perfume iuerywhere, at 8 s. Eli yieTbhlps. ': ADVICE TO MOTHEBS !-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cut ting teeth? Go at once to a chemist, and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly hariless and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright as a button." It soothes tihe ...

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M'CAW, ADAMSON, & Co. report. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

3CAW, ADAMso;, & Co. report.-The market during the past week bhas bee very quiet with but few transactions of'note to report. The arrivals by ramil and seaboard have been over 35,000 bags of whesit, .aiidrkin ly 6500 tons of :flor,1the.'lar r portion being placed at storage in hopes of a rising market.. Our market has been relieved by exports to England ard Sydney of 1400 to 1500 'tons of grain and flour. We effectedy.ale by public auction of 500 bags of wheat, at from 5s: 2d. to 5s. 7d. niet cash, for medium to good; for prime samples, 5s.. 71d, is the best rate obtainable to-day, either privastelyor publiely. 'Flori, of the best nortliern and town brands, is dificult of sale at £12 7s. 6d. to £12 10s.,, usual; terms - ofd a month delivered. Our constituents, ini most cases, instruct, us to store for them, and not to sell. All idea is now exploded of an European rupture, henee whatever iitlsienice this had upon the' market in the past has been re moved,.asnd prwies, will be...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

:Public Opinion ,as :, " Mr. M :Michael Thomas Biss,, the Burtdon brewer who is tie oeiior io iemhber tr Derby, ains juit riven £1000 to that town towards the' purcihase of a liublic park. l He lius aided .Derby in ar remarkable "degree,;.having presented it t with a' magnificent free' library;' free swvim. 'fing' lbathsý anid ani extensive iecreationi ground. The consumption of horseflesh in Paris, writestlhe corresipondent of The Times, on 31st December, which conimeincediii 1800, in. the face of great ;prejudices, , but which' 1 'steadily: advanced, and derived a great sti-' inulus fromn the siege, has this year (1877), averaged 1000 animals' per moniithli.' On theist lMarch' a mob ofabout 600 ihead of cattle, belonging to Mr. Jobsonu?,ofGaul burn, passed .:throu-h' Gundai-ai;:: James Marsh in, charge.On arriving ata lgoon two.miles oirth of the itoin, fifty seven b?ead 'suddenly took ill and died iuithtlhnia . 'hoti They 'are supposed to have been. killed by 'eating the wild :ca...

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BRINDLE'S BELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

BRIINDLFI S FLLT -Clareneon ? an hess was the scion of a good family, long settled in the Mohawk Valley. It was his father's desire thanthc should. follow the lrofession of the las,; and he. entered a solicitor's office accordingly before he was eighteen ; but he soon evincedl a dis hike.to ;the profcssion.,: It wans too sedentary for Aim,iand he availed himself of the first good op jprtunintvthat offered for getting ridof his fetters. This was as shortly after the breaking out of the war. -'There.was'a cavalry regiment being organised in theo hneighborhood, for three .years' service; and :into this Clarnee enlisted, trustingto cireumstances and -his good sabre for chance of obtainilg his commission. ". , - Ie. served withihis brigade for more than two years, during which time.he participated: in many of the battles fought upon the soilof Virginia. The second action ;in which hlie wars engaged .was lone in which- the cavalry turned. the .fortunes of the dayo-.' It mas Clarence's goo...

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DANDENONG AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

wbkd D4N" AIý CULTURAL f 11" . .SOCIETY oieetin of this Society'was held oen •in evening last in the.,3fee inics' In llndeno , i there beinj. present, thd , ri ,.. .-1Mn'nday),', lMessrs.' Ti jnd .e il ?s .ilso, Dunbar, 0O c lonel Hutton; George Usher, "and A~l ?e r the ,reading of some cord a denre several accounts were passed 0ueToe discussion, amountniftigt It.: 1 ) received from the members ,ad sacted as :co6llectors,. as a lso;the ats received from ,the" ates, bootath ,t. hich made the.: amount of income S1s 9d., Government sublsidy £111 p';z list :was tllhen.ionen .thlrou?.h ?i hthod thie amounts' to bepaid,,to'.be • ,, It was stated :that' the", usual he-ino lich these payments were made ,nb banding a chequc for; thle 'wlrlolo ,it to the Hon. Secretary --Colonel "?'o as some of the paytmentswereienot, heaor long time-aftr 'the sllhow; `smw .eoth cheques be Odrawnot for-the ariernountsand handed tobe' iSec:itari r,.Danlbur said the money uswn us ualy, Sitblin a short piiod. rT...

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

EASTERN MARKET, Saturday, 9th 3lareh. Vegetrblesa Beans, kidcey ,14 . to 2d. pertilb.; beet, dG to O9d per dozen; bouquets, 34. to 12s, pOr dozei ; tabbages, &d. to 2s. Gd. do. ; capsicams. 91 per lb. ; lrrote, fkl. to 9d. per dozen bunches; cress, water, 4d. to G6. do.; cucombers, is to 3s per dozen; garlic, 3d. ;per lb.; lettuces, 6d. to Is. per dozen-; marjoram, 6d. to 8d. per doz. bunches; mint Gd to 8 do. ; onionos, 4s.6d to s. per ewt. do. green;, Gd.to 4.: per dou bunches ;parole'! 6d'do.; parsnips, 9d..to ls. do.; pe?, ;ld to 2|d perlb. potatoes, 5s. to 'Ss. 6d i'er cwt. ; radishes, 4d. per dozen bunches; rhubarb, &l. to 9d. do; sage, 6d to 84do.; shallots, 2d pr b.; spinach, 2s to per doz. bunches; thysme, 6d do. ; turnip 'Gd. to 9d do.; tomatoes, ld to 2d. 'Fruit: lmnds; 3d. per lb; apples, dessert,:7s to 10s per case; do.; cook mng, 4s to Os- 6d do.; plums, li d. to 2d.' per lb.'; lemons, Is. to 2s per doz.; mulberries, 4d to Gd per lb.; pears, 3d to 41d d...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, March D. Present : Colonel Hutton (in the chair), Councillors T. Keys, G. Keys, Orgill, Potter, and Smartt. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

: Saturday Dlarch9 .. Present :Clobloel 'Hntion -(in the c'hair), Coiincillors T. Keys, G. Keys, Orgill; Potter, and Smartt. ' An adjurmined speci.l :meetni, t w.as held;i when the proposal to fix a rate at ls i thle was adopted ?A:n;estimate of: probable in come and expenditure: was ,brouglht forward ind adopted.=-On motion- of Councillors . Keys and Smartt a rate a ofi . iisiinhei n fo the' amioiint o'f 'the 'sdsessmenit was,resolved upon, and the ratebook , signed iby the re quired number of Councillors. :,'the miniutes of 'thejddinairy meeting, were I read and confirmed,.,as was also outward correspondence: l CORRESPON DENCE. ...romthe Commissioner of Railways, in reply, stensg that the "atekeepers .on the e ha idstrict iitiuctiojns to xeep the' gates closed.-Received. . .From_? Chief Secretary's Department; ask ing to be. furnished iwith returns.-To be furnished. '.,: ... -From' Sands and. McDoii?all, as to publi 'cationof T¶Templeton's Guice, to:,PettySes sions.- Received. ` ....

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Police Intelligence. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 9. (Before Colonel Hutton, Messrs. Keys and Munday.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 13 March 1878

-0-i 1.DANPIiENONG POLICE COUR-T. • Saturduy,March 9. (Ieore.Colounel. utton, Messrs. Keys 'and S iinday.) Louisa Andersoni v. Albert ;Hortg Mr: `Lowe. appeared 'forplaintiff, hna Mr. Skinner for defendant. A summons under the .2th' section of the Police Offences Statute, which refers? to.singing :Oliscene' songs':and using improper .language. . Complainant, it ap-' peared is 'in the employment of' Mrs Pope, and on several occasions, when she was going ?ip the street, defendant used insulting ,an? age, to her. Defendant is in the employment of :Mr. Henderson, and he (Mr. Lowe) urged that such conduct should be put down.-Plaintiff examined, stated that on the ?3rd. of 'Aprilr:she' was passing Bowman's store, when defendant made use of improper language '(handed to the Bench), which: she'had written down. She had before been subjected to defendant using siiilar langage. It was between five and; six. o'clock in the evening. 'There, were other lads present. Never' gave any cause for suc...

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

iCllE o' 1OGES FOR: ADV?ETISING d, , r ,Wfor One InFeio' ..i Is. . Si.rtoForty Worns, do s. ortOyt jVorl, at tiae rateof 3,. per. ch, . if for One Insertion' jhtoe DnrortttT 01nO'U advertiseeints oalpper ing for T h re e M o n th s . . r., Prade Advertisements are inserted.f at coaside'ably reduced rates. * ehstite s mout spetifi ;ot the ,foe of. themn the nmber of insertions; or tthey will, b1? con tinnel and churged for till countermiandled. All oden for withdratal or altenhion to be'seit in tothe day prtor to publication. ., ;I - .,i: Adtie ntt can onlyls idsontaue by written orders. DIZECTOR2. . BISETrr, Plumber and Ga?ttter, 134 LInios Stit, near the Lonodon Tarern HoteL , ,.10pap TLER, ThIOIMAS,1 .Little Collins: street east, Melbourne; and Suhnyside Cottage, Chapel steet, St. Kilda. atch ers- .. . . FISIGER, 'OH", Geieal Fauuilhyjutehr, Ro"wena 'Parade, Ricinbond. J. BOLT, Wnter Filter Muanufacturer, -117a Cardigson street, opposite Argyle it'quare, Carlton, fdrmerly of '19'A...

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

s5 that the unis 9el lt inlicted upon and Woohiiali Shire Council-?'is-no0t scc'? enon i to irduce him to bridle his, tonie. At" the last imeeeting lie used such liaiguaerto tliePieident (Mr. S. Vest) as caused him to leave the chair. It is Str:eau too bad tlhit the imeetilngs should be interfered r=ihl by the unse?m?ly couduet of one membcer, iid not only: so, but it makes hint useless as it represel tative. We should not be astonished if the other Couiicillors:deedlined to evtith. j " llSE ])U?T 1PRIZES.-IThie iistribution of tihe bone dust-prizes.at the Dandenog eshot- giVsenby lr. J. Dambar , agent for the Aistedauii Bone Mill Company, was its follows :-For potatoes, F. Barr, 3 ewt ; carrots, W. Woodumnso, 2 ewta.e:--peserA--Ridgeway;-2 -eowtr-,-ten-i lys WV. Stewart, 2 ewt.; collection of vegetables, }. Stoue, 2 cwt.; bundle maize, Johln 1olt, 2 eat; s, Thos. Slith, 3 cwt. We hear that the Berwick Choral Society is. mnaking good rogress i lft embers ar iiucreiishei " in inusibe...

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

WEDNESDAY; .:3MA RCIE' 13tli, 1878. .. WikAT is called" tie cisi" sill continues to the great, injury, ,and ~damage of the colony, anid unless' the parties to' the!dis. pute, the Council and the.Assembly, agree, to make mitual coessiocessns, we scarcelylsee how.it can be ended. Mr. Berry at one timeawas-going to do:great things; if the Cobniil' resisted his dlecrees as registered in the Assembly it: 4isi -very quickly to be brought to its knees,"and the brillianit -idea crossed his mind th:i. the best way of doing this was to:frighten, it by stirring up the ieople to acts'of revolution. In accordance with this notion the' :programme of." Black" Wednesday ' was carried out, but somehow or other the Ieople refused to be stirred up,. and even'if- tcy lild been, we fail to see how the Council would have been affected unless its' tilembe'rs 'had been' assassin ated one after.the other,.ind probably in the meelce Mr. .erry.and some of his partywould hiive' fallen victims as well as some o...

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

DROMANA SALE, SATURDAY, IMARCH 16rn. FCAN AsD CLARKE WILL HOLD A SALE BY AUCTION at Wafkin's Dromann Hotel, on the above date, when they will offer Milking Cows, Springers, Fat and Stoie Cattle. Also, on account. of 3. M?ss, a large assortment of Drapery and Fancy Goods. Sale at Twelve o'clock. : . 31ram CLEARING SALE, THURSDAY, 3LMARCll 14rn; At. Pleasant Hills, Two Miles from ]lerwick. ECAN aD-CLARKE - H AVE BEEN FAVORED ,with instructions 1from Mr. Adam Ritchie, of Pleasanit Hills, Berwick, (who is leaving the district), to.SELL-by AUCTION, at the Farm, on the above date,: at Eleven o'clock sharp, the whole of the Stock on the Farnl, consisting of 50 picked Dairy Cows, ii full milk, .10 Springers, most oflwhich are., i a-df to Youig Cedri - : ,,' :10 Young Cattle, front one to three years old, S 15 Horses, all good workers. Together with the whole of the Dairy and Cliese Plant, comprising . . .. ; ' " 1 Double and Single Cheese Presses and Vats, 31ilk Pans, Clnrns,Bekets, &am...

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Select Poetry. VANISHED. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

Oat of t ild and eary night I see thmorning softly rise, -The world is dun withoiityour lihg. I sea the young buds break and start T.; - o fresher life when frosts'ar o'er; ..:' , But oh, mny roselred mouth! no more ; Wil Ides of yotirsdelightmyheart. The ? ; orm that knows nor hope nor trust Comes fortlihith gloriois wings dispreead :i uoh, mylittle golden.head! gI e'e yon only in the dust. I hear the callingof the lark, Despite the clonud detethe inin; . But oh, my snow-.white hands! inan in I search to find you through the dark. When the strong whirlwinid's rage is o'er A whisper bids the land rejoic But oh, mi gentle, gentle voce Your music gladdois me no more. But though nio earthly joy dispel : The gloom that fills my life withlwoee ? .;: M sweetest and my beet ! I know T:hat you are sti alive and wvell; Alive and well, 0 blissful ihought! In some sweet clime, I know not where., ;. S Ionly know that you are thero,, And sickneess, pain, and death arenot... ' j

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 16th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

3MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNGIL. : - Present,:-+-lo'iresidcnt (Councillor Baster juin.) Councillors Baxter, lian~ashire, Young,Jones, Gor don, Downward ind Turner.' ;: The minutcs.of :prcjous .iectin ag werre ad and confirmed,'press copies of. letters nent by autlhority were read. *.T. 4 fjrv ii, ^O 'B n CORRBEPOSDN'CE,- . ? :From J? L.: Petrie, asking to be allowed; to cut a drain on the Dandenong. cross roadl along his fence northof Frankstoin.-Receivedin'ad, permission to be givcii,'provided Mr. Petrie becomes responsible for any damage that might ibisue from the giving of such permission. '., : - SFromiJ. Firth cemplaining that a culvert on the Bitterni rolad, '1itwepn)3essars. oodliyamid Flood's had nrio otlet drain, and tiat in?.consequence it was useless.--Received. and clerk of works to get the "necessary work do ,i'. '' : ' ' s : " : -From Thomas Edw~rds,asking permission.to clear threeroads at Osborne forthe timber.-Reccivcd, and hllo0d~ tbetcleAri'timber off -'chaint intlie'cen...

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