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PETER PINDAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

PETER PINDAR. :Ouri postal arrangements are quite unique iin their way, and serve, to show .that even, wiith the Bitrry rcqinc, red tape is iiot d'(t iunt, as has been asserted, but as hale and hearty: as ever. Bungler has resuiied his old place; and the pair of worthies have turned out a vervynicepieceof worki-of uhich the,-have 'a riglit to hee proud.--'1'o' rioils pr day are delivered at Drouimnrdiilway station, brit are conveyed unopened-to Buln Buln. 'I' The .mailsoare' then bytotally separate;. contracts convoyed to,. the: respectiveI ost.olffices:tsia follows '-Drouinh'Ju'nction, three- minutes' walk from stationi;'the imails "re delivered, twice a week.-Only fancy "th'e nmails 'are conveyed five miles, to Brandy Creek, and hack again, from whence: they, came? ; again; the mail coach passes the door every day;?, L~ardner, five miles from' railway station, eight miles from Brandy Creek, twice 'n wi\ek a:'inother sixP miles carriage; ;Dronihn post office, on Gippiland road, rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

The late biennial meeting of-the G.U.O. O.F. was brought to a close at Kyneton on Friday. The next biennial meeting will be hold at Sale, Gippsland, in 1880.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

JORN D. DIKE, aMonumental Sculptor & Mason, 122 Kerr street, bethreen Naper anld.George streels, FITZROY. Estimates given and Designs furnished for all kinlds of Cemetery and General Masonry.j Letters neatly engraved on Granite, Marble; Blue stone, &c. Always at home in the evening. Smith street and Brunswick street 'Busses pass close to the Works every few minutes.. $. T. CL A V, Seedsman and' Florist, 79 bridge Road, Richmond, (Next Adcock's Library.) SSEEDS SEE S- 8'i EEDS. . ...+,. .S E D ,. : .Ganrdon, Agricultural, and Flower Seeds, Pot Plantsi Ferin and 'ursery Stock of eveir descripntionl r. GAO.DE IJMrLEE?ETS, &AC ,! :", Pe's,; Beans,. Beet, Cabbuae,: Cauliflower, C.rse Carrot Cele- , Lettuce, Oniun, Parsley, larsnips: "' addtshs, Spinachs; Tuinipe, dc .c. Rle GOras, Pea'rie, Coekafoot, Soft Orals, ýmnotln, Lincerne,'e:Rdd Clover, Wlit'e Cloverl rTc?;?.Bi?: , Barley, Arc aIm rnn SE e.-- ssn-i , eni sr R, .. LsnceifMn 709 BRIDGE .ROAD, RICHMOIND Betwe...

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THE FAKEER WHO WAS BURIED ALIVE AT LAHORE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

TlEr KFAXEER WHO WAS BURIED ALIVE I was present in the year 1837 at the Court of -Runjcet Singh when the Fakcer mentioned by the Ionourable Cdptain Osborne was buried alive for six eeks; and although Iarrired a few hours after iis iactual interment, and did not, consequently, witniess that part at the phienomenion, I had thelitestimnniy of- Runject Singhs himself and others,. the , most credible witnesses of-his Court, to the truth of the Fakeer having been buried before thenm; and, from iny .haing myself been preseit when he was disih terred, and restored' to a state of perfect vitaility in Sa position so close to him ao as to render any decep tioli imspossible, ;it ism?y firnh belief tl?t there;whs ino collusioi?.in 'iroducing the extraordinary fact which' Ihave -related': Captain Osborne's book Iis no tat present before me, that I mighlit refer to such prts of, his accodnt is devolve the oiithenticity of the fact on my, authority. I will? therefore briefly state what I saw, to en...

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BURSTING OF THE YAN YEAN AQUEDUCT [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

BURSTING OF THE YAN YEANs AQsiEDUCT Great consternation- was -occasiodiddtii n Melbourne and suburbs oni Satuidnaiiyfter noon, when it became known that the aqueduct which carries the Yan .Yean water. over the.Plenty river had been carried awany by the flood, and that until repairs were made the public would .be dependent entirely on the Preston reservoir for their supply, which was said to contain about sufficient to last three or four days; by that time it was thought that temporary repairs would have been made, and the public were warned to be careful, and not to waste; some persons appear to have misunderstood the meaning of being careful, and to have thought: it meant that they should be careful of them selves, and they accordingly while :the water was still "on" began to store it up in baths, coppers, boilers, and other utensils, until they had got sufficient to last.them a month, if necessary; the consequence was that on Monday the reservoir was empty, and a large number of p...

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THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

THE FLOODS. :The heavyirainfall, whicli took pla'e lanti week, cnused.on Saturday last the heaviest food which has taken _place in^ the ,Yrrai since 18638. The river commenced' o rise aboie noon, andin a very short time over floiieduitfs' hiks fldoodin 'dwellin s an'd" lother biildings 'anidgardens' anid cednin, hliae amount of ;d ama? The?municln'iity which appears to have suffered me'st siverelv' is Emerald Hill, and-it is estimated thatntt least: 250 dwellinigs 'ii that suburb' tiere partially'-subhmergedrid. :IHappily so''fari, is can lie scertamined, onleone person has lost his life, thro-j-h this pisiitationi, viz a Chii naman,: named Ah Wing, who: aso ong a ed' in growinw tobacco o n the Diamond Creek ie waSin.liisi hilsht athe tiife of tlie'risin of the waters, and was soon suriiffnded but thouagd every attempit was made to save himli hewas swept i\away A large amount of :damavehlinsibein done in tlie:vslleys of the Plenty river. a~'d;Diimhobnd Cree k;_ stone Ibridge on the ...

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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. "RETURNED" BY THE DEAD. (How Sir Bryan got his Majority. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

CLIPPINGS FROl 7 PUNC C i ETU'n ED YY TIIE DEAD. SýIo Si ira gothisajority. Airl (~t.I- l~miiisiias recesvcdfrom the Dead LetteiOr iceii scveierl .liii dreds ,of his circulars wwhich wri seitiiout inddreescd according to the elector'l:roll.-The Inst' batch came in a canvas bag,? which was closely packed with all'the documrilts.in' questioil."i lit 'due enquiry hlisabeen madcefoi the disni?m.elcktorsois aipparent by the eiiveledpe,.whichl are covered witih.lotices of atswers and suggestioiins, though sometimes ,tho :aunbotation-is confined to the' solitary but conclusive word 'deceased.' " l! t ý. :iý' ;?;r t-" it WvAwinio u "siwAD .: 'r" I '• Softgoosls'thinks thliteleplone a grani iiventiono becaiise it coiiveys' th"i 'ohiud of the' liuman ,voice itself without' the :iecssity 'of 'icoiiiiitting the words td'writiig.' o'le11i intends to dispeine with eiledis whio irite iti voices, iind eniploy a lwrsoii to cell'out thi cnii?sigmieits, &c., so that they may bb'transmitted"b;i...

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

BERWICK SHIRE 0o7NILi I. R1' ., L L - IY ý ' - : Sata March 16th. I Present-The President (Mr .Burke), mid Council lors Connor; Nixon, Gibbh, Buehlnin, Collier; Dore. TIMd minitesof pieviiouis iieting aereiii d'ind c confirined, and the Secretary's outward correspond I ence read nod 'niliovted. t CO5CoRREPODENCEE _' From Oflcoe of, Lo ids a urrey. u enqurnete ,syshethir itiss -iiitenided to conti iaiu the; proiposed new road thiroughiMr. Bouirlce's selectioii ilrig thei bouindary b'etween the selectiois held by Me?srs. Cozoi aind Piriey:.-= The Secretary to' write to Mr. Piiicy, cnquiriig' if lie ;had' i ' objection': to exchangiing ti?proposed rad for an equal; quantityt of laiid on the other side of his block--: From City {of Siddhuirst Council, statiug'thiit it was its intention 'to reqtiuest theb hin'. theiTreasurer 1 riot to enforce the claim made under the 111th see tion 'of the.Licensing. Act.for 5 'lSer ceilt of the receipts'for licesesu &. Tlied reason of their ecti...

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LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

*.%^ LAaND BOARbR: On Thiurday 146tMarch Mr. Callann an,.tlie distri?ct ? ed tHe t folinswampj icdjtns. 'whet, JAlin-sGroVes, 10, Sher-ooa R ered Mary E. Aern, loa aro 3'eomm n commended. Junes T. Francis, 103a Or 20p, Lnn. commended. " l gcmBr.Orp Timothy Etlridge,45aBittern. ? l subject to improvements. . . a "te d, l'Ptrick G. Gill, 200a, YaUocikl-R - settlement of swamp drins. , S-Andrcw Lya11 30i, Yalli e- r refus Slelement of ssnmip dniins. Io"sh Fe John Cameron COo, Yalloci-Heonendl i John, O'Bien,. 35a 2r 'Zp, Blipnlentd mendedI.& - - P -_..Pp John 1'ayne, 180a l 8 Bu Joihn Glissman, 1?a 3r 3.' 'D,-Reco"m -commended. -- .1 ' pJohshenT ?-l . 10;, h Or Gmlbtley,' ..' IW S~Psji7:_ 1r)391 Gr0~ ,.3 J' Lynch,G3a lr 1li j mended, subject to excision for m di-la ' James Smith,. 31&a 1r .209(1 ri. mended, subject to roads and tmrassme II. Unlic, -17a 2r 7p, Dronin; l1 -s ance. , . I I a s plsp George King,, lok , Drouin WEst, | 14e4a,.20a3r 2ph RrundL JToseplh Carter,...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

MAIIKETS. 'EAsiTlER' .fAiKrET, Satinldayl, 16th 3hM Vegetables: Items, kidney, Id. to dt. bree, l6d:to ls:'per sdozen; .ibouqlucq, to per dozen ; cabbages,. Gd-to t0. do. to 9d. per lb.; carrots, Gd. to 9. per doz hun cress,-wntcr,-4d: to '6d do.'nacumber , Ic too r per dozen.,; garli, 3d. per lb.; lettt GLer ~o per dozen; mejordst, Gd to 8d. lper doz. b.udt, montt Got to &l do.; o0ions, ,s G It to it. orre,. green, tid. to 9It per doz. bunches; tparlrhfgd prsnit's, 9d. to Is. do. ; ps, lid to ? t r 1' pototoes, no. to 5s. tol. per cot.. td., "1d. to 1ot. per dozen bto ches; rhuhtt, 9ttl, do; sgo,' 6td to'Sd do:; shallots, d per lb..;,i 2s to lr e tlti. lutelies ; thybiie, Gd do.; turi r7 to Od do.; tomatoes, id to 2d. Fruit: lmondi? per lb; applles, dessert, 7s to 8s per coas;t do ing,. -s to i7sdo.; plumsn lid. to t. rk. lb.; p'ear, l d to .ll do. ; rSpbherri.e?, ottobid gropes, hll. to hi do. Dairy Prtut1 Blhrr na4 'to lOd'pertb. ; btter, 10d to ts "It do.; ctto,rd t, Odd...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 14th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

tLEIlg SillRE COU\CIL. Thnradla, itih March. ,ident (31r J. J ordm), Couineillors -ite?, T .-, Thoml)son, Miller, Wilks, Eiopofu ndene were rnad: and con rt. e pesident iit wsn tsttel that Arn Shed over his.contract to HM. Kelly. . iion signedl the conttect woould be hblc for carrying it out. Go Tmet Statist; asling for returns, tlorn Conoicu ,invitingarepresntliatio 1 ametring to be held with - the object ofl - h. tOgnl wilnceid r Fa Edcaon lelortmort, ahselit a retunlri T. of elee tors in each electoral division hoi ".eud the amounnt at whicl they re Sofllorootbifi ototitig thata athey F u i0 to ar) proportion of rost 'of i loundory read when the ,nork wnas anchillor Irwin said the .te--tree bad; k'tnt inches high, which ewas dq gerous. d gor S nd?uOslt, invn itin g c o -o lp e ri io n in t to Govrenrilie t of 5 per eit. on {Couneillor Ingran snaid thln accordinga Aetbr e bohnd to pa n t was resolved ,en dr rported loIhaving aid into Bhank imeetnlg £339 5s., maliin ,a credit ba la...

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

C1MIOURNE :SHIRE :COI GCIL. Saturday,' March ,1G.3 l'"ent-iCoi4 oiell orPoo l, Boseiter;Le, yji, l?O res, E iceyd' d noid. Iloword: Conecillor pden?e Were read anrd aorted. ..CORRESiO Cs ftiJlhn 1 . Sl,-si'hrwbod 4 diretincig tteiitiion to tween ],ehainl's andlardly's" aled 'offirnog iYy proportion of cost of drain: Councillor Fnt Jes Miles, directing atteiio fto a peti sent in" a , to Lre 30 ehaino of Main ro?d eln owniip aid otlUUrto road formed, which; tstaoed, would be useful tothe residnts of ilie Iht !'.It appeared that the subjet .lind been Sorith at tost meetig-..zIn reply to Coun hrosi~iter, the Secretary said there was a ao se. aplrentletlj to tice credit of the s1o, e ia ; 0.-0.The amount, it seemed, was atotile, and tihe chairman said the township e nd beeni defrauded for years of their fair ofthe reenue.-Councillor Rossiter after re 5to aptrious petition oin the same subject by ets oI tie towship, said the question was etar theople of the township were represen r the C?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

Auctions. BERWICK, ,TH URSDAY, MARCH. 25Tn. ,Claring ale 'of: the Saddlery, ,Stock-in-trade, of Mr: . J.W. Burn, Saddler, of Berwick. . HO?'OUSEHQOLD4FURNITURE, HORSE, 'dc; d&c. ECGN AND CLARKE H AVE been favoured with instructions from 3Jr. J. W. Burn, who is leaving the district, to SELL by AUCTION (without reserve), on the premises, Berwick, on the above date, at 1 o'clock, the whole of the Stock-in-trade of Saddlery, Saddlers' Iron , ^:moniigern Bridles Whijil,5Spur; &ec,'&dc « Household Furniture, consisting of Cottage Harmonium, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Kitchen Utensils, andtSundrids. ,-s472r? ?ml THURSDAY, APRIL 4TII. . Clearing.Sale,,.atStamford.,Park,- adjoining-rthe Tobecco Plantaition, on the Wellington road, five iles ;:from'lDandenong,i in.u oniiequence)'of the proprietor leaving for England.. ECGN AND CLIRKE.. H AVE been favoured with instructions from F. SRow-; Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, on the ground, the whole of his . i. .S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

eJLE, OF, OI flGES LFOIRL A·DVERTISING. STrt1itr 1' on for One Inseition' •, il toTl ri ' irt ls t d "".1os .ntrfioFortrlloi rl-',d . as. :":rU.?v 'odl at the rilte of 3s. lr isL i, if fuorole tnrtionon°n .... • "I , lhl= ifror ripeon "hnl 1rtisett leiiils ppeur. ' rae Avicertisientes are inserted at considerably reduced rates: t < : i , tRýiiOý i n ,. - ps ifs onl ti bc''Ea theisous hll i? nmlr of 4[iicittiono or they awill be con itlavl and Ise:rgcd fortill eounoletmn ded. All onler' for withdrawnl or alenition to be sent in on the I da pior to ublication. jiertriseiemets cani only be discontinued ", BE1 Ther nid C ffer, 134 Lennox dnor, noTnh tindo Tavein 'l.otel. - 0pn; emit,3 s-- ihorno ad h innside Cottage, PIlN1GfR JOIH;, Generi1 Family Butcher, , !Rosena ' ,arade riclmo on .l ':, andigan strelt opposilte `Alr ire, Carlton, fonerly, of 19 Argyle place, L O es Cteet IIOLLA? .LOXTq i! AuthorisedT Sirveyor under T?a?sferof laid Statute,:Pakington lublio Compaies. FOUR...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

orati _" ttcLigecnc. A meeting of theLsub-conmmitteeappointed at a previous meeting to carry' out the Cranbourne A{nini: asces, was held at Tucker's Hotel on Saturday evening, when there were present-Mr. P. G. GMill(in:thoechanir)~iMessrs. Charles Rossiter, F. ]PQ?M ?Gl?oro Poole, ' lorl , nd ':T.Pitterson. The programme was carefully revised and adopted, ?suns?hded,'aiidiother business in connection withi the races transaneted. By n annouuccment else where in our colrunne, it will be perceived that no .minnftions for all-the hcladia;ps ire to be sent to the Honorary Secretary, Tucker's Hotel, before 8, p.mi., on Wednesday, 3rd!April, iweights 10th April, uc ceptances night of general entry on Friday, 10th April; and noininntiols for the Maiden Plate Selling. murdleda Rai on nigh t of gecneil entry; so tlht tlhosei purposing to take part in the races cannot compnipn of arngemnents inot beingmnde, public in go&l-iin'c IV tune nlso been narisugdeto have iirrect cards of the rc...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

2. St . Sotl 3ourkc AND - ' ikrln gitn fourn al. , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20th, 1878. TItE late heavy rain having been general thlirtiglioiit:tlie. countiVr has caused mubli damage by means of floods, and no district has suffered perhaps more severely than that which is watered by the Yarra and its tribu tries ; at the present time' therefore, whlien the public mind is specially directed to the siuject. itl may not'be:,unadvisable to';coh= sider what can be done to mitigate-the effects of those overflows" of tie river whichi occur from- time to time.---It issaid--that-in. former times, before population settled on. its banks, and its. flow was not interrupted by the erection of factories,and other works, the. river never at any time rose so high as it has occasibonillfidone since?-and iCtis reasonable to suppose that the bridges which now span the stream, and the vrimous embankmients and other constructions which have been miiade in -the --`ower porrtion~f it' tend eryv much to prevent th...

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FIRE AT BASS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 March 1878

FIRE AT BASS.   A disastrous fire occurred at the Bass River Steam Saw Mills near Queensferry, belonging to Mr. Alexander Stewart, on Thursday morning, resulting in the total destruction of the mill sheds and machinery. Strenuous efforts were made to save the mill, but without avail, as the buildings, which were very large, were built entirely of wood, and soon fell on the machinery, and com- pletely destroyed it. The loss to the dis- trict will be very great, as Mr. Stewart em- ployed a large number of hands, who must necessarily be thrown out of employment until the mill is rebuilt. We are not aware   whether Mr. Stewart was insured or not, but his loss cannot be estimated at less than £1000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 March 1878

VALUABLE DISCOVE?r POE THE HAIr?-If your hair is turning grey, or white, or falling off, use "The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it oill positively restore in every case grs.u or white hair to its originaf colour, without leaving the dingreceable smell ol most restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glanlds are not decayed., Ask your Chemist for " The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere, at 3s. 6d. per bottle. Frwaoiss!--FoR TtHE TEETH fND BEATH.-A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragranee tothe breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobaecco smoke...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 March 1878

THE WAR IN THE. EAST. Negotiations for the proposed conference are still pending, hbut it is doubtful if they will 'lead to any satisfactory result, ass the English' Governiment'i'isist that the. con diiions of peace :shall" be, fully .disclosed; while the Russian Government is not dis-' posed to accede to these terms. Meanwhile, warlike, T ?iep~iusitilons i:;cohtinue . uninter ruptedly, andit is thought in some quarters that aEuropeanivwar is notunlikelv to be the result. Every ddy seems to increase the probability.of'England'coming into collisioni with Russia, for the Russians, having had ,time to recruit,their strength, are still conh tinuing their advances, and show no sign of desisting from a policy of aggression., Should the 'conference be held, it will open about the end of this month. An alliance between England and:Austria is spoken of.. Russia insists; on excluding .altogether. from the consideration of the Conference the Bess arabian question, and the cession of Ar menia,...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 27 March 1878

-- -o--- '" .t'iI In the Council; on Tuesdlay Mr; Ciithbert stated, in reply to Mr. Jenner, that fcnders for'the construction of the line from' Geelonig to.Queenscliff would be celled for in about three months."Sir Charles Sladen moved an address to the Governor;on 'the 'sibject of making paymnents on the votes of the Assemb ly, and under, the 445th clause ot the Con stitution Act, to hbe forwarded to the Secre tary of State.-Mr. Cuthbert' replied, and a debate ensued, which 'was adjourned, and the House then adjourned. ' : In theAssembly on Tuesday, -r. 'Woods stated in replytob Mr:. FL. Smyth that there coiiuld 'be no' ddds tr?ifid during the winter months to ?atleigih, unless the terminus were removed from, its ,present .ite.-Mr. Serviceasked' Mr. Berry if he had any pro per grounds for concluding" that the. banks acted oppressively in dealing, with selectors. '--Mr.'Berry denied that he had made any chlirge' agiinst':'te banks '; lie had 'merely meant to assert the necessity of ...

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