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FIGHT WITH AN EAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

FIGHT WITH AlN EAGLE. Oni the 12th my boy Danhad a curious ndventure. After he had eaten his breakfast I gave him per mission to take one of my shot-guns and go outafter birds. I heard the report of his piece several times, nind finally, as the oxen were not ready for a start, I thought 1 would go out and see what he was 'doing. I had gone sopme little distance, and had stopped to consider which way .I. had better take around an atbrupt rocky hill, wihen I heard another discharge, rhich gave mse a clue to my proper course. I wis hurrying on, with miy rifle on my shoulder, but be fore I reached the scene of my boy's exploits I heard his voice, in loud excited tones.: I did not stop to listen, but kept on my way, for I fancied lihe must be it danger. Whlien I came in sight of him I found hin battling with an enorrnous bird, which I was then, and am still, willing to call am eagle. Dan was upon his knees, his musket lying empty by sis side, ansd the bird tearing at the light clothing u...

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Select Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

- --:.--i---' : Alack-idiay! alack-a-day! S ForI'ni growing very grey, ::-`Aid hope iq drifting faraway. O;years Eo sweet! Oyears so sweet! No more your voices will repeat The music of a life complete. , ,. O, singing bird 0, singing bid! Buntyester o'ei your low notes stirr'd SMy sad heart like aloving word. " And now to-day! and now to-day; ..:: The dreams so sweet haie passed away, Aniid limhuss and thors bestrew the way. O, brightest eyes ! O,: brightest eyes! Ye take no ;heed of tears nor sighs, " or count as lost the faith that dice. Come back to me! come back to me! Oh, perfume of a memory! Come back from o'er the troubled sea! Ring out, yobellB! ring ont o bells! Above the h?art's lone conient cells, And stir the 'hepherds in their dells. But give me peace! but give me peace!: Or bid my human yearnings cease, Ere death shall give me sweet release .

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

DAhDENONG MARKET. Considering the season of the year, the atteta of both sellers and buyers at the market yet, wns what is usually termed limited. It toanu eloquence of even "Cheap John" to unxa obtain an audience. There was an unnmur6 supply of bacon pigs, and a very limited rsl, suckers ; whilst of calves there was an una small supply in the pens. 'There was a rmrr supply of cattle of "the lean" kind. In ei rcspects there was about the usual ,ap'_; ,"sundries," and a moderate array of za produce.,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

TiuoA AYFECTIOS AXD I-HoAosEESS.-All suf fcrinfftosrrstation of the throiattp)iiprces will bo recably surprised at ,the almost.muuuedhtue reilef uofforodfd Ibythe use of ]lrooou'r IioincIia1 Troches. "' "mss ifainous "loeng es e now gold by most.resectiible chemists;o itthis conitrv, atls,. l1(1. perl box Peoplo troubled with ;i "a'iciknig cough'" a light cold,' or. bro?chiuaL uffctions ,ual not tr thiem too soon, as asiilar truiiblLs, if iTlloed toSpro ss, result in, crious Puliiomary ,and. Aut - ni f ulfectiono.,See that tlih woord, `rown's Binchial.Trolhie," are on thi Governsent Stnmp rountid 'each box -M1Tasufuctur by John L h-ows e SoPs, Bqtoh DUlUtCe -4State. D;i,493 fO d SPairtr:si! -Fod Ti s, TEr ? • o D 't? ll S." iA few drops'of tho'liquid!- Florilinic''Asprinkle ilon a'. wet itooth br?sl'prtbduces apleasant hithor,i!hicli` tlhordulil.·bleaslds t't tlieth frpi all pirasitesi orý irn urities, hardens theic'gumsg prne?rets tarahr, otops deaeiy givs to'tlied teetlh a' peetdi...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

' MELBOURNE MARKETS. QEES VICTORIA MAR.;ETn.-Vegetables: i Is to is G(d per doz. bunches; beans, kidn;, . t 1d. per lb.; beet, 6d to 9d per doz.; bouquets,o 103 per doz.; ;:cabbages, d to 2s do.; capek= 8d.,per lb.; carrots, 6d. to 9d. per dozen bue~': cress, water, 4.: to 6d. do.; cucumbers, l.tol?i. per dozen ; garlic, 3d. per lb.; lettuces, is to 1s. per, dozen; marjonmn, 6d. to 8d. per doz. buoh; miut 6d to 7d do.; onions, 5s to 7s 6d prest;1 gr.en, Gd. to 9d. per doz. bunches; ulerol,ein; parsnips, Is. to is. 6d do.; peas, 2d to 2!d 1; potatoes, 5s., to 5s. 6d. per cot.; rna ,kl. to 6d. per. dozen bunches; rhubarb, ?tah do ; sage, 6d to 8d do.; hullots, 3d per lb.; pi Is. Gd. per doz. bunclies; thyme, 6d do.; turnip,t to 8d do.; tomatoes, ld to 2d. Fruit: tlmurnilt per lb ;-apples, dessert, 7s 6d to 9s per me; 4 cooking, 5sto 7s do.; plums, 2d. to 3d. per; lemons, is. to 2s per doz.; melons, mluk, 4t per doz. ; do. water, 3s. to 4s. do.; do, ramLt 3s do.; oranges, 8s. to 11. pe...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

1RAlNs i S :SHIRE. COUNCIL. ClN Saturda pi, April 1 (. et The??President, (Councillo lp n;i;llors Poole, IHowared,Facey, T; Ulissitr nd Leckv. test of pr5evious' j nti "wre e? eomnfiEt. Councillor Poole :sut . areport of tie Finaice Committee. -:etnr' paments:, aniouitidig t ,e "wvhiclh was adopted.'-Outward ,e ce was d and confirmedl l i cOlt itsr'oDrmeNCE. p hkijnsoa,' for55 ardini gclheque: fir Froet Jaitnies Linelami to esname p ecretarV to coiflinicalite with Jto's. Lnate, Tooraeding appti i n for it icense.Grmnteds:'t "i' f Itr troms, as. towas ropoal to ed on road beteenillors. ossillter land ntat an d groutd drhich hwould;leto Sent.-Received. -, ,. ,. From Jas. Facey, directing attention ito *intiahiopaddeck 'atLan F Langhtee omland complarke ing tCo.hat teConrdi ot carrieds to purchaomise asof Governmen arr was presnlet, and, remanded theanks dftheir promlic. It was resolved, motion. of ,Couticillors. 1Rossiter, and. e that on ou tlet drain lhie'hmndtho rev the wateroto the...

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BERWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, 12th April. (Before Messrs. Robert Officer, Jas. Wilson, and William H. Palmer, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

"* iiWThTIC POLIC",COU1tT.,I i Si ... Friday 12th April.: .., (Befere Messrs. Robert Officer Jas VWilson, ".,iBrisbane -.;Kelly,; goods sold. £2 is I.l( -Order for £2 Os 5d, with'7s costs. :'Smevrshjno. Douglass; I, goods, sold,',;4 'ls Od:-Order for; amount and 2s GOdcosts: Catherine Bourku ' Jolin' Cam?rron ,' 'ios. cGrealv v'. v Wm .Gay ,;oodssold, £10 s.-Orderi for: amount and 2s (d costs: amt5 Samev., Jno. Devany; :,goods sold, ?-! 12s. Order for' amnunt with 2s Gd'costsi i ",!M[argiit?t'. Gordon `' v.'"'_llan Goidon?; luinacy. 'DBs.-Elines and Williums, hiaving eiamined the, lalleged lunatic, gave certi cates that lie . s ounable ,to take care of liimself--Ordered to .be taken .to the ayslunm -aTiKew.'Co;urt thei oun " The Court then adjourned.

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Police Intelligence. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 13th April. (Before Messrs. Lecky and Hunter.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

+}, CItAvI30URN\TE P.r!O OLICE ,COUR:i.T: dSatyrda 13th'Apiril! • (,Befor- loesers. iLecky ;and Hunter.,,., Sirk Gariliieir Of Poowong, %summoned ieers i'avin aiilseonded "fromi his employment,;;a t aippeaired that plaintiff, had iiildertaken icertain, work andfhad: employed ddfefidanut; shio' lind,!irithoutý'in.otice lieft ;hii'tS'ticolil;j otdi' the Workii.ue' liih d aii'so supplied. defendant: wiht, stores; .vhiel lichd beei> converted by. hlim into moncy.---The Benclh did nobt coisiderithat ttheyicouldand jtrdicarteonrtho'case ?nd-dismissedlit, as alsu ai siniilar'edharge !preferredragainast: a: imai 'named Griffiths.-'i" ',, : '7 " "'"" J. T. Swords v. D. Gray. Settled out of Po6lihce V.'I. hriiill. Mr. Lowe; ap .peared , for ,defendant :and raiseds the ob jections ithat tiliere., was no seal on the Summons,, and' that' iti?was t not':fillediup ,nropeily.--The objections' wre upheld, and the case' struck out2 :...,':r , {r , ,i .. . ..,; The Court then adjourned. '"'" "

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

Oi Thursday evening a laminitable 'iccident oc curred at thie farm of Mrs. Fortune at Berwick. It appeari that the brother of 'Miss Fortune was plavi ing with a gun and pointed it at his sister, thin kins .it was unloaded,,when it suddenly.went off, and the charge was lddged in the poor girl's side, penetra ting the lungs. Drs. Elmes and Willisms hold out no hopes of the girl's recovery. An inquest was held lb Dr. Candler, the coroner, on Tursday lasat tNarriee Wairen on the body of an linfant named Henry. Geo. Nicholl, eighteen months old, son .of Edward N icholl, farmer.. Dd ceased rwas?missed,by his mother on the 9th inst1, andithlrjbodi" was'nfterwidds found in a waterhole. A;verdict:of accidental drowning was returned. Although the Bench could not do"'otherwis?'with the case of iirdiner v. Pees anmid Glitliti heir at Craiblonrio on iSaturday t seems ather haird'tilhat the plaintiff should'have been put to so much trouble and ; pince'foi iiotling.: l,.LT only remedy he has appar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

THE HUMAN MACnINEI.Y, unlike inanimate mech anism, posoesses a self-repairing" and self-renewing power. "Health may be surely preserved and life lengthened by keceping this vital attribute in constant activity and full rigour. Many preparntions have been recommended for this purpose, but none have reccived such cmphatic professional sanction, or are comparable inpoint of cflicacy, to UnoL?uno WOLFE's SCIIIEDAM AnOMATIC ScInIrrs. VALUABiLE DIScoVEr FORn THE HAn.--If your hair is turning grey, or white, or falling off, rise "The Mexican Hair Renewer,"" for it will positively restore in every case gres or wlhite hair to its originaf colour, without leaving the disagreeable 'niell ol most restorers." It sIlkes the hair chiarmingly beautiful, as tell as promoting' the growth of the hair on bald ,spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for "The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Hensr C. Gallup, 493 Oxford street, Loindon, aild sold by Cluniista and Perfumers everywhere,...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

SeR TIHE W: Ii N THE'EAST. ..The prospects of wnr'seem now to be more and -morie=imminent. Russia has finally refused'tdo*stblnit thie iferis of the treaty with :Tiirke o.'t'"'Europe'~r confer ence, eud tlihdre lie,",consequeijntlyliei un usual i activity;,; in tdiplomatic,; circles. A telegram rdated! London;:April 1th,? stated that an active exchlan e of diilomatic com municatuins, is taking ,?place. betwcieen the signatory er..o .;ers,,;at , thel same time Germai?y.h.l.as'assumed the role of mediator, for it is stated that she is strenuously urg ing upon'botli"'England and Ruisin'to agree to mitiltua'l c?nceesi?ns rirtlter tlin enter upon 'whlii'could not bie otherwise than a most:destructive war. Wl?iihat'is 'still worse is that tlitePorte has' sent a 'circular note to the Poivers 'notifyiim herie acceptance of the San Stefino treaty., ' This may be, under stood to met n either:that Turkey is com pletelyih, the poiver' of -Russia, or that sihe has entered into an alliance offens...

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RE-APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES, &c [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

"'T: hde Gobiienient" dealt odn ll6nd'iy"idi ith the,,question .,f rt re-rappoitment. oft the public servants.whose. services were so sum-i wmarily dispensed with :on' the :8th January A Cabinet council was held at 1 o'cldck. and lasted"till-3-o'clock-in-the afternoon, whedniti a. e?eci, if. th~ili k'Eiditie was ield, to give effect to"the decisions wh, hich had been arrived, at.· i ;The;Lawdepart l ent wads ,the onlyone, i whiclrhaiv 'definite deter ':inittion"?'s to Ithe re appointments to bie m asa reedupon, and asupplemnent to .the Gacite i as issued on Miondaynimght con taming :tlle1 notifications. ,;.?lhei ,:;llonours Judge Skinner, Judge Hackett,' and Judge, Nolan. have beein re-in'tated as ju'dges oa County Courtis and' Clhairmi en of.' General Sessions, to+ commence from thlis date. .',he Countyi ,Court benclilhas thus been restored, ,save othatth e vacancy : caused by the death "of; J3idelgPohlnidni" will not be filled ' ip. iMriD FBunny the conmmissioonn oftitles, iwhld s...

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FAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

FAtIRIES. Amongst other tales connected with the lore of 'Welsh Fairies is the following: A young man had just quitted an adjacent farn houseearly one fins summners morning, when i he heard a little bird singing in the most enchanting strain on a tree close by. Allured by themielody, he sat dlowin under it until the music ceased, when he arose, supposing a few months only had elapsed, but his surprise many well be imiagtied when be saw the tree withered and barkless. Retiturniig full of astonislment to the 'house, lie found that had changed too, and no one within but an old mati whom lie had never seen before. He asked hini what he was doing there ? upon which the old maid abruptly inquired who he was that dared insult hini in his own honse ? " In your own house ! where's mny father and mother," said he "whom I left herd a few minutes since, while Ilistened to most charm' tng music uider yon tree, which, when I arose, was withered and leafless, and all things too, seemed changed." "...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 13th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

PHILLIP ISITDAMiND WOOLAMAIT na,,, :,.SHIRE, COUrOIL. , ,:>) Saturday, April 13th. :'Ordinary'"nicetin ;: present; 'tlit Presi lent (Councillor : cs) and Councillor Kennedy, Sundrland r ll , an (LWit , 'hei. minutes of adjourned and ordinary, meetings Wcrerread and confirmed.. ,,I;(. CORRESPONDENCE.. From Lai'dsdi-' nd Sirvey- Office, with tracing of Shire boundary, ot Cranboiirne. ronsiderationipostpbned itill next mieeting. Fromn ;LandsiaDepartment .refusing to iazette some place in the.sliireg,for hldisg-'. Land Board.-It was moved by Councillor! Watson, seconded,- by Councillor Turnbull that tihe Presiden`;andS?r..etary wait on the Minister of L?indso,'.'lnl his arrival at Grantville next w ekelanid tur the imatter on his consideration::-Agreed to. From the Treasury, requesting the pay ment of five per,.centon fees &c. under the Licensing Act.-It was decided Lto pay tfe amount. , ' : . From the?iands-and Survey Office, in re ference, to water reserve in "allot83, Coi ...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 13th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

3OR NI NGTO SHIRE COUNI ICL ona Steiirday, April 13th; .("°;}r' ';i Smeiing, present a the President n iter~Junr.), Councillors Jones, Grdon, Baxter, Lancashire, Downward, rg, "and3Turner.4 ra Te aleutesef the' reviao eneetinn werer ad confirtti d wmed htw corres adence approved. .et ... co.. :o'l :; ', COIv, RESPONDENCE.. a d ?I,n er: ,-.i . terto get holes repaired.;, urrr '. av'u e-rns' to r foiath'iii fronteof r, aater.,l i' i .~ .t;1 sladtdrriS lman ilalai I .4 isiY7;o vib ds ni , ing payment of five per cent on licence fees. -On the motion :of: Councillor Baxter, seconded by Councillor Gordon,; it aiis re solved thtthlle.iimoni t be paiii:,'i.. l '..; p From Samuel ' Pierce, offering to supply blue metal spelli's on Miornintonli Jetty at Gs. per ton. ;It was stated thati since the offer Mr. Pierce' had .met' his .,death by. drowniiing . .. m :. : SFrom i the B nevolent Aý1shl;m; a4ikin" that somie l;erson should bd appo itedtto ex exercise the' privileges ippertatntog. to,tlhm...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 14th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

"uBERWICOK SHIRE -COU1CIT '" Saturday, April 14th. F es;ent.-.The P-esident ('~[r.rBourke)? and kidih'lla r tJollieF, Nikon, Bar`ry' Dore,' Connor, Hanley, Gib, and,B chaana, The minutes of previous meeting were read, and i*confirmedru cndl the:, oSecretary's; correspondence outwards read and approved ý.CpogREsPIONDF+I(GE. A\ \': From Government Statist, asking to be furnished with Agricultural Statistisd on or befgpe 81stIMaldrch.-Frorhi saiue) ,acknow edging receipt of the statistics. From Chie! Secretary's office, asking for a return of the niubers of ratepayers ratid between £50 ad '100, between tjat and £150, and so on up to £400; alsorthe number over £400.-The Secretary had. From a' rn and' Jackson "olicistia, or d 4 l. Yu: ) ..)* , orders for copies of appendix to Local Go vernment Mranual by Mr. Gilchrist, whicl was.about to be published.-llecci '? rfiro Office":of u aiinds alid ~iir?'iy in reply, stating that under thie circumstinces montioned n an alditional quarry site in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

OOANBCRI!E RAOZSG CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING, MONDAY & TUESDAY, APL. 22 & 23. STEWARDS: Mr. C. Rossiter Dir. W. 3Me31illan ?Mr. D. Craig M Mr. G.Howardt 3Mr. J. Lecky Mr. G. Poole iMr. W. Lyall, junr. Mr. P. G. Gill Mr. J. F. Dumaresq j] Mr. TIhos. Pntterson 3Mr. T. J. Rossiter ...' Mr: T. O'Conioir" . Mr. J. B. Gill Mr. FRed. Poole...-. JUDGE-M-L r. C. Rdssifer. ..- .....IlA cArrs -n r... .. Savory .. .. STARTEn -Mr. T. J. Rositer. CLRK OF THE. COURSE-Mr. R. Lawless. FIRST. l Monday, 22nd April. MAIDEN PLAl start at On,.-o'elock,- of 15 Sors. Fo~p es that have never won a race exceed l sors. One and a-half miles. Weight for age: Entrancei, sor. SELLLG HURDLE RACE, to start at Two p.m., of 10 sors. For all horses. Weight' for age. Winner to be sold for £20; l7bs. allowed-for enlh £5 less. One anda-halfmiles. Entranee, 1 seor. CRANROURN' HIANDICAP, to start at Tree p.m., of 50 sors.; second horse to receive 5 sors. out of the prize. Two miles. Entrance, 1 soy. Acceptance, 2...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

AND iaiii'gt ii gnui ia I. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17th, 1878. A SOMEWHAT extraordinary circular letter has iece'itly' been issued"by the Wangaratta School Board.of Advice to the other.boards throughout thecolony, soliciting their co operation., in lobtaining the following re forms,--(1)..ThatLthe..system.oLpayment.of teachers by results shall be abolished ; (2) hat power shall be given to the members of boards visiting schoolsto examine classes; '(3) thait tiefiembters.shall be appointed by the Governor:in-Council, and shall not be elected-: and1(4) that the chairmen shall be 'e oicitRo magistrates during their terniof qfice. What kind of men they are who form the Wangaratta Board we are not aware;. but3W?ehardlyjthink that their re commendation. will meet with general aIpproval; the only one that seems to us to be in.any...way likely-to be seriously- con sidered is the first, viz., that the system of paying teachers:by resnlts.shallbeabolished ;it-:is not the system which is generally ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 April 1878

TIrt Wo?nds for One Innertion .. : i'. ~ to Thirf?v Wor, do ...2s rtotr i FortyV , d 3s !ore Frt Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch, if for OneInsertion. only.i If fDlsrn Iunrrtall dvertisemhents appear nforThreeMonths. ~rade Adaertisementsare i nsated Ae at considerably reduced rates. i, artiements must spec if oi thi faco of thenm the number of insertions, or tcy 1'wi be con tinued ,nd charged fortill codntenirmanded. All orders for nithdrandl or oltenation to be sent ii othe day prior to publication " Advertisements can only be disconitinued by written orders: " BI SETT, Plmnuber nid o Gafintter 134 Ticnn stet, near the London Taivem Hotel ': 0?la nolicitaCa- ; o : '. 3IILIR, THTOLMAS, 64 Little, Collins street east 3ielbotine' diand Sufinyide. Cottage flopel street, St. Kildia. Gntchers- - pIN.IOER, JOhII; General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Riclhmond iiceilaneous ,, ,. .,. J. IOLT, Water. Filter Manufacturer, ila . Cadigan street, opposite Argile osuaret Cailton, formerl?, of...

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THE LOST TOLLS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 24 April 1878

THE LOST TOLLS BILL. The fillovinig cinresp'ondence on this subject h s beuen pullfshed libi M r. Robert W\allen, Miyor f of' t l liarn, itil Chairman of the.Fol ls Conference::--,, ,y "Borough of HIawl:orn, Hawthorn, April 1. lTo the 'Hon.' th Treasurerr "SirOntlie'1st March 'a cinfercncedof nmunicipal representatives interested in the tells scheduled in the, bill entiiled .'An Act to' Extnd the' time for the Collection .of Certain T'olls,' was :held at Melbourne. It was :unanimiously:iiredd, '.That the hon. the Premier and the. Legislative Assembly be petitioned to give legil effect to the bill on tihe tolls qudstiori, which has already passed both: Houses of Pairliament.' Upon the somne day . the merl;irs of the conference waitrd upon youl, when you pointed out that the existing constitutional difference between the two Houses of Parliament would delay action being taken unitil that was settled. Tlhis obstanile,being, remijoved, I venture to bring ..this urgent question under you...

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