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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

MELBOURNE MARKETS. QUEEN VICTORIA 3GaKrET.-Vegetabls: Er Is to is Gd per doz. bunches; beans, kidneyo?, 3d. per lb.; beet, 7d to 9d per doz.; bouguet·,6: is Gd'per doz.; cabbages, 9d to 2s do.; cari= 8d. per lb.; carrots, Gd. to Sd. per dozen bos cress, water;d Gd. to 7d. do.; cncumber, ,t3c!l per dozen ; garlic, 3d. per lb.; lettuce,, Ed.; : per dozen; marjoram, 6d. to Gd. per doer b.: mint Gd to 8d do.; onions, 6s to s ;ree.;e green, Gd. to 8d. per doz. bunches; pnrley,61: parsnips, is. to is. Gd do.; peas, 2d to 3d :: potatoes, 5s. to Gs. Gd. per ct.; r: 6d. to 7d. per dozen bunches ; rhubarb, 61. t do; sage, 6d to 7d do.; shallots, 2d per lb.; s is. 6d. per doz. bunches; thyme, Gd do.; turo:-' to 8d do.; tomatoes, is to 2s. 6d. per case. fr Apples, dessert, 5s. 6d. to 9s. per can; " cooking, 5s to 7s do.; plums, 2d. to 31. 1I lemons, Is. to 2s per doz.; melons, muuak, ~.0 per doz.; do. water, 5s. to 6s. do.; do, n.h.: 6s. do.; oranges, 8s. to lls. per case; penar,:;: 3d. per lb....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

THInOAT MPECT'IOXS ATs HOAmSENr7Ss.-AD s8f fering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness j.ll be agreeably.surprised at.the almost immediate; relief affordedlby thd'use.'ofABrown's. Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" arc now sold bv most respectable chemists, in this country, a'lii fitC edf~box opl, tiop bld 1iad[it ah' Ssck edukh;"" a"sligh't cola, or broneifal'naffections can iot try them too soon, .s auirtrouhles, i.wallowtv. to progressult in"'ioius Pulmonary and AtT-_ *.tie affections. See .that the words, " Brown's lBrdchiarleliAih""arb do the?'mic tine1?m'n aiip dround each box.-Maiufactured by'Joili".::Brown & Sons, Boston, United States. Devot, 493, Oxford freet, London. FLORILINEl EoIB TI TS rl R H. few drops of the liquid "Florilino" sprinkled ona. iwet tooth-brush prduces,a,,pleasant,lather,fhich tiloroughly cldeains the til frdma'llL iaasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar,.stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiten...

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English Mail News. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

(From our own Correspondent) ·leda'i - ;~ ) ,.,.: :f Lo6now,)March 15. 'Ti great quedstion whiils si'si engrdses ies'iiiids in and out of ofPiFrliimesiit 'is the cominng"confeienec toidris d. the treaty wlielir? s 'igncd' boit a'fort iiuhst srobetween Russia iid 'Tiurkey. 'Tlie Tuiks, ifter being ov~rpowered in iiir, sodght foir a timeto :eude theo consequences of 'their defeat'b??y their iiutle' aililomnii; but. i i:thb ?pdc they' had' of duirsc tod sitbinit'tbothlcoliditions imposed by "thh conqueror. The treaty ieon'tho very'poiit of'beitig ratified, ieid a formal copy of its stipulations :ill be senitto all the powers; som e of irhih, and especi ally- Enghand; have: bedn grumbling' because tlie terms of peaie Ihave noti hbeen officiallyr male kdown to them long before., ,This:impatience, though per Ihaps natural,.s·as'shardlyrenspnsble,' and,certainly was undignified...: But dignity, is,not in,these, times ;,conspicuoustrait either inour Government or our 'people: , Th terms of ...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

TLIE1, W A IRI IN. E E AST. ¶ihe. ucggntiatinlsietwieen 'Englad..andia and no advance is bein made to tihe rean settlemerit iof the 'Easftern iuestion. ' Mi while the war.s iri.w-hichr has been evoked in either country contin'les unabated. Itisi stated that a distioalnW-.iibi,;ription is being made throughout nuss.ia to form a flotilla! for the purpose of previn- on En'Iljish coin consfield lhas replied that in that case Ihe will fit out .?'uliidred?ii'larmed cruisers ngainst it, and treat .the-vessels as piratical. An Indian expedition has been formed at Bominllia hi nd his embarked for ~Ialia'to'be in readiness it the event of litstilities beaink ing ,out... rThe holding ,of, the ,coiferencea seems farther off than ever, andianithe old Turkish states there are still uprisings. Ani advafe'i:nc f f'loriif lnhaifih'u?-?ts,' well oifiered, principally by Poles. ndHuin garians, is said to have started towards Adrianople, drivinulthe Bnl-' iMns before them, and Russian troops have been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

Sadadles, *o. spooe sp?r f.Ao ;?ai.a;-sny P "A!.pa O , oaP , T swoud eeaosuninai saosol a ouanom ss?oa- ?sU s ui pgnaroox eq iu s epro q1gi ,eý'tsasesoro. . n'p ,etlP.4'eS R. BOWMAN,. SADDLER /:ND ITBARNESS MAKER, TAKES this opportunity to convey his thanks to S Customers for their Orders during his.long business connection with them. For the future the same' care wil be' taken to supply Good, Honest 0Work, at a price which cni only admit of quick returns. Clark's Best Lether-Used. 62ced A. BCARTWRIGT, SADDLER & GENERAL HARNEKBR Maker, CRA'N BO' URNE, - AVING PURCHASEDthe Business of Mr J , John Todd (who has for many years carried on business in Cranbourne), is prepared to execute orders of every description with punctuality. 8ton s . . oL AY, S eedsman and Florist, '19 Cridge leat, Richmond, (Next Adcock's.Library.) SEEDS i t SEEDS' EEDS SEEDS Garden, Agricultural an Flower Seeds, Pot Plats Fern and Nursery Stockof 'eery descriptiion.. GAEDEX IssnB axgx, &c , P~eas...

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LAND SELECTORS. A passing view of their present condition and future prospects. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

A passing} viet wof ;their': present: condition and futui:ptre prosgecto Ifanng in oh comipanytith otlhr mexobtbn ofýtlioh lssembly -had bshesionof dlateto travel over moano pl!e ots o n coo bu.ilig i , tim of p aselector s shavl te r upsr tlimro ,abode" ec ii?s dU·sw ob ,tlireumstunes of thiEt it tlis· eo tion (trlthc; , rsn .on.ina su os w one or two of the claildrn just rising into teenso and the others mergin, froam infancy into boyhood In some instances 'they^residefar awt frton .a?aj that the riii'desire alanogot the selectors is he, iir 1thc filr in trior,· atd~it is bgmtifyiri' ? t0?!'ohlie?'re educato nof their children ;on manyoe?asioms we metl them iin twos. onilhorsebtack eitier s going or ,retirning;'and on cs;eitiirid g foird 'that otheir daily trips toscidool:a woanl d utet1 fromthreeto ten miles! Speakhing to oiariy of thceleetors on this, subajrect, they would eixpressindworis of ,praise their.nplrg-i elation of this boonei, whilst others wio" lad nottit obtained it...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April 27. Present:—councillors patterson (in the chair) poole, Lecky junr., Howard, Facey, and greaves. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

RRUB SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, April -7. .Councillors Patterson (in the ontooleLecky junr., Howvard Faceya and Greaves. i l iotes of the previous meetinga wero 0d andconfirmerd. hid report of the Finance Committe re ,mded P"vyrinnts amoulting toi £149 I n tom , . ad received and adoptoed. SSecretary? s correspondence outwards ea and approfed Of· S conESPoNDoENCE. Frm the Treasury, Melbourne,. stating From had beeninvesred in Victoriga at tet Stock, on the 5th instant, as ti of.kenmNd, and had been inscribed in thd dt, •s of the Treasurer of Victoria and t ent of the Cranbournoe Shiro parom l. Colingford, stating that land at yalloc, entered in valuntor's bookNo d'SO80 riotaly held by him, had been forfeited br moths ago, and .that hliad beein ,ed with the notice of valuation.--On the sion of Councillor Lecky, seconded by uncillor Facev, the communication, was rred to the valuers. From m Stokes, late senior officer of public Works Department, inuatimating that le ]ad commenced busines...

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Police Intelligence. Saturday, April 27th. Before Messrs Patterson and Sutherland J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

S Saturday, April 2Zth.." '" Befoie MesPatiterson and Sutherlandd,.P 0 Consable ' Graham prosecuted William Churchill ,for.:aisault. i i',Thie accused was found guilty of the misdemeanor,rand fined 21s., or seven daays'impridsoi?dent. : James .Scott.:was sui'mnonedzihdlibfJames Cain for the illegal detehtioi of a cheque for £4. Mr.Low for complainint.,, Itappeared that on the-Sth-of-Marcl, plairitiff-gave-a cheque t6'defendant. aind ':rquested 'lim':to take ' few sliillilings wvlichl lief"o*d himin and return ,him the. balance in cash.f. De fendant deducted £- 2s. ;andt gave a bill for .that. amount,wimlthje alauce of mo.neyto tlhe value of the cheque. Plaintiff would not recognise indebtedness to such an extent ahi ddemanded 'thii'chlitie b?ack,lutidfend' ant reftsed to give it.-lThe case was post poned for production of the'lieqUiier/ ,iI Same v. Same ; a claim of 17s. Gd. for work and labor done.-Order for the amount and 25s. costs . SThilieCoirt then adjourned. j ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

ORLEIGH PARK RACES, 1878, FORD'S PADDOCK, (Two miles from Dandenong), 3. G. HEYWOOD, 'Socretary.t TIERSDAY, MAT, 98th. CONCERT. A CONCERT uneILh nuspices of tihe Cran S bourne Young: Men's. :an tuanl 'mprqvein'rt Society will bhe held in the TEMPERANCE HALL, CRANBOURNE, on FRIDAY,-?MAY 10th,-1878. Doors open at 7, commence :at7.30. Admission, Is.; Children, '6d. ' 8yam THO3MAS PATTERSON, Hon. Sec: Auctions. SATURDAY, 4th 11AY., Sale of WEATJERBOARD COTTAGE and Five Acres of Land, fronting the Warregal road, " CAULFIELD,.?" Near thc Onkleigh Railway Station. J BELLIN ,lia received instructio0ns frm 'C. * W. Parsons, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, on the ground; on Saturday, 4th' May, at four o'clock, A valuable allotment of land, containing five acres, all fenced,' cleared and 'ultivated;,in the Warregal road, and bleing the southleast corner of section'87, Ciilfleld. There is a weatherboard cottage erected on the land. This property is near the OnU?leigh Railway Station. Title, good. Ter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

OBRGES FOR. ADVERTISING ons for One Insertion ... . s. rlo nTirty Word, do s... : - .?t"- Fotl s, at the rate of 3s:per inch, lie dr Oe Insertion only. L lfte "1apon al ndrvertisements appear .'. kr'Three Mlontls. aade adertisements are .inserted at considerably reduced rates. diiments must specify on the face of them , 1 tennr?e of insertions, or they will be con te ia d charged for till counterimanded; 'All, rde for withdrawal or altemtion to be sent in ma the day prior to publication. " eitisements can onlybe discontinued' by written orders. DIRECTOP.Y LBIeSET, plmnber and Gasfitter, 134 :Lennox sret,near the London Tavern Hotel. 10pa, SIIiE, THTOMAS, 0t Little Collins street et, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Eilda. Eiichersv. ?N'IGER, JOHII , General Family Butcher, Rofwena Parade, Richmond. J. IOLT, Water Filter Matnufacturer, lia SCardin street, opposite Argyle square, Calton, formerly of 10 :rgyle place, Lygon street . OLL.) OXTON, Authorised Surveyor u...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1st, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

} e4j ý outI ;.util0tkc' WEDNESDAY,' 3AY 1st;%s1878. THE setitiers ?f s; ~Hi ar s'f Gifpsluid will be pleased to lenint that the Minister of Public': Works is'' at last-convinied :,that the administrationi"of thbse "portions of it, which have'" ot yet been' included"in: any inunicilpality, by' the department of which he is the chief, is not merely inconveidiiiet'iind unjust, but extremely w?steful. It seems thatithe Department hlas lately been greatly troubled with the labor which this: adminis tration entails ; whether this results from the reduictions whi:chl have lately been ~ made in the departmeiif we are not aware, hb?t at any rate we think the residents concerned are to lie congratulated on the happy con clusioni at?which. the Miinister' has arrived, wliktheter it has"ien forced ?iihim' by cir cumstances, or? whether, it is nmerely the ;result of his own indepiendent cogitations. The theory ofcentiralization has longg been exploded in English speaking communities, and, though...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 1 May 1878

-0- A deputation from Gippsland, introduced by Mr. F. L Smyth, 1M.L:A., waited on the Minister of Railways on Friday, to ask for a reduction in the rates of freoignt1o the railways for cheee and hops, which are largely produced in that district. Mr. Woods said that if the deputation would submit their views in writing, he would forward them a written reply. A deputation from Gippeland interviewed the Minister of Railways on Friday to request the erection of a passenger platform on the railway at Flynn's Creelk. Mr. Woods in replying pointed out that every additional stoppage on the line tended to lengthen the time of transit, but if the traflic was such as to warrant the erection of a platform, one would be placed here. Elsewhere in to-day's issueis announced theosale of Mr. Usher's large. marquee, whichl hass been a very useful "institution" in the district during the last few years. It is satisfactory to learn that, in accordance with a promise made by Mr. Berry towards the close ...

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THOLUCA, THE INDIAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

THOLUCA, THE INDIAN GIRL. The romance of that war of 1813-14, which spread through Georgia, Florida, and Alabama, and brought forth the genius of Jackson, is still un written. Though the red-skinned warriors that sprang to arms under the incitement of Tecumseh, and afterwards of Weatherford, the Red Eagle of the Muscogees, were even then considered as par tially civilized, yet when once adorned with the war paint they lost all memory but that of their abo riginal extraction, and denied as well as refused to receive mercy. Many were the incidents that have gone unrecorded, incidents that would have graced the pages of any novel, or told with thrilling effect by the winter's fireside; while again a few have come down in local legend to this day, and are told in the cabins on the Chattanooga, the Chicamaguna, and the Coosa rivers, with as much minuteness of detail as though occurrences of yesterday. Of these the story of nKalaya and Tholuca appeals deeply to the sympathy. Malaya was a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

't Viswotnio DIscovsar ad u astHe ; io If your hairiso.turning,'grey;, or whitc,, or flihng off, use "The keuican lthir Rene -er," for it will poeitiv la restore in every case grea or brhite hair to its original colour, ýwithout lenka iug the ' disagreeable smell of most restorers.".. ,It meial?'tlh 'L air charmingly beautiful,,s well s:pro eoting the gron tl of the, hair on bald spots, o:;.hereo' the ' glands ore n"o?it decayed..? Ask your Choiemist 'f?r' " The Mexicani Ox?oerd street, Londoenceiud sold , by Cheiista and eifumecs everywhieire, at 30. 6d4 per biottlec ADVICE ~o ~oirsis!- -Are yout brokcenin your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain: of cut ting;tetlh?: Go: at once to a:chemist, and get a bottle of Mars.!.Winslo's. Soothing Syrup, It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly h:irmless and,pleasaait to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relievingthechildl fruom lain, und the sittle clierub awakes "as bright as a buttos." It loothes, t...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

,• " DROMANA. Itis in contempllation to erect a new tower on the site previous, occupied by the old trig onometrical tower on Arthur's Seat, arid the question has been mooted whether this ele vated position (10410 feet above the level of the sea) might not be utilized as a signal sta tion for both Port Phillip and Western Port Bay.. The Wesleyan denominatioi, under the leadershio of \Ir. Coles, has commenced to build a church in Drominma, tbo theshame of the other denominations, who Ilave not yet managed to put up a buildinhg of any kiid, though much longer in the field.' CRICKIBT.-A return match'libtween thei Dromana and Fliiiders Cricket Clubs: took place on Saturday lauton the ground of the latter. The day :was fine and the attend ance moderate. "'Our own'" once aiain held their own, beating the Flinders by 8 wickets. The Flinders won the toss and elected to take the wickets, which they. held for about an hour.. The bowline of Collier and J. McLean was dead on, tie only: ones who...

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Select Poetry. TO A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

-0- TO A LADY. Yes, lndy, thou wilt die.-That lip of snow And that pale brow foretell thy early lot; The wing of Death is o'er thee-thou wilt go Where broken hearts and blighted flowers are hot. Thou art too beautiful to linger where The rainbow brightens but to melt away, And the sweet sounds that wander on the air But swell the dirge of sorrow and decay. Yes, thou wilt die.-Thy spirit soon will leave This dull cold exile for its place on high, And like a broad cloud on a summer eve Melt in the deeper glories of tie sky ; Thy home will be where bluer skies are glassed In brighter streams 'mid Love's undying bowers And where the winds of ruin never passed, I [Nor serpents writhed round Passion's sweetest flowers. Ay,, thou wilt die-and I slall linger here, When all the blossoms of the heart are fled, To muse on thee, and mourn with bitter tear The cold, the lost, the beautiful, the dead: And as Life's stars in loneliness depart, Thy memory still, amid the deepening gloom, Will shine...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

MELBOUR ?__ QUEEN "VICORIAA ARKET`;.C . . is to is Gd per doz. bunches-. b' ns +" id. per lb.; beet, G ?d to s per doz; bLa ? 12s. per doe.; cabbages, &I. to l ? Sd. per lb.; carrots, id. to 9d. per ?o:e cress, water, Gd. to 7d. do.; e"iiii o per dozen ; garlie,3d. per lb.; lett u",e': per dozen; mnrjor;n, d. to sl. ed mint Gdl to Sd do.; onions 8, to II : greet;, id. to Gd. per doz. busele. r" parsnips, 10d. to is. do.; vens >1ln; potatoes, 3s. to 4s. Gd. o ato i" Id. to Gd. per dozet, ibtnches rheuarbl , do ; sage, Gild to 8d do.; shallots,d Ir'i ;i. 1s. Gd. per doz. bunches; thyme, I doti to lid do.; totmatoes, 1s to 1s. Gd. ler ccc Apples, dessert, 7s. to 10o. pr " :. cooking, (is to 7s do.; plums, 2d. to " lemons, 1s. to 2s per doz. ; melone e ,.: per doz. ; do. water 3s. to Is. do.; t Gs. do.; oranges, Is. to 11s. per ea e 3d. iper lb.; quinces, 9s. to 3,. '; . berries, -Id. to ad1. pter lb; .lnut ?' gnapes, 8s to 12s per case. )Dairy l'rdi? w' to 10dperlb.; butter,...

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THE OAKLEIGH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

THE OAKLEIGI LISE. The following letter on this subji been published in the Age. Sir,-1 submit a route which mr.: used to connect Melbourne witlh Ut starting from opposite Steiphlln-;: nearer junction with Swauston-tr?e ward to Jolimont, and north or sou:i: Melbourne cricket ground, to a (.:: tween Tanner street antd Robwn.- throulgh Docker's hill; and over Ri: flat, north or south of St. J:ules's P:ii.: inir either Burwood-road or Lower HBit rooad, onward towards Professor I~ school, thence to the junction of Bi' Barkly and Glenferrie roadis oniwarl : junction of Canterbury and Blur: thence to Glen Iris and so on to O' or as an alternative line over thenu: : portion of Wellington-parade resere yond Jolimont, thence dlierging b: the military barracks townars tliep-:: tween Tanner-street ardl lIhero't Sites for stations would be suitable-: mont, Docker's hill, Riclhiondl flatr 8: road, Burwood or Lower Haiivthorn: Power-street, Glenferrie, Burke ani? berwell roads.-Yours &c.,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

A marriage has been arranged b:' 11. R. II. Prince Arthur, the Dukeoi nauglit, and Princess Louise )M1 Alexander Victoria, second dacu"b= Prince Frederick Charles of Prsssia The liberal reformers, who ha ltb themselves together under the highsli title of the Australian Colonizitionli: are getting on fimously. They in:: ask Mr.: Berry to annex iNe\tr Ginis° other- Islands to Victoria in the tri Great Britain, and then to formac : with a capital of £50,000 for the 1:= of colonizing it.

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BULN BULN POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 27th. Before Messers. E. Lintott and F. A. Malcolm J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

.I,3BULN BULN POLICE COURT. . ...: Saturday, April 27th. Before Messers .E; Litott''and F. Mal colm J.P. W. Ingram v. G Cooper; work, £2 is. -Order for amount and 5s. costs. . '' T. J1Burt;v- Fife; goods, 18s. Sum mons not served. P. Commans, summoninif Jofficer of the iEdiicatiorn iDepartment'i v. J. McKenzie; neglectin' to send child to school. Fined 2s. 6d. ':For the same offence J. Hall, was fined "s10,; G.' Harris aind 'J. Mayne 5s." echand' . Higgs and W. Edney is. each. A simi larcharge against eW Gilby .was .withdrawn. Londeman and Co. v. A. Rlston ; goods, £13 5s. i.--Order for the amount with 2s. 6d. costs. E. Tatterson v. Same ;[ goods, £4 5s. Order for amount and costs. P. Kinnane v. G. Cooper; work, £5 Os 6d. -Order for the amount and costs. Henry Murray v. Same; wages as a hired servant, £31 16s. 6d.-Order for the amount with 5s' costs. F. Brusill v. G. Cooper; work, £5 17s. 6d. -Order for the amount and costs. SM.Ryan v. Same; work, £5 2s.-Order for the amount'and cos...

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