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THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

THiE HORTICUILrTI.AL SOCIETY'S ' " GARDENS. Tie Htorticilltural: Sil(et's Gardens, whtich are silug:ed oa thie inrra.. are so se l kept that the colony derives ilm+l?itlnt henefits from 'them. . Tiis impircssI r vwas established as correct, on paying a visit to the Gardens a feiw days siuce, when; on nmakin, the acqtuaintan'e 'of the present Curntor, 31r: Neilsen, who, is a tliororighly practical rman, quite at 0home uimone fruits and fiowers; he shle sk tlly of sending truits,. &e",' to .this ild that l art of the world, aI'1ifi'it wer ai crvery-day occurrence, at the s'ame time telling us of tlhe :uivantare the Colony received from a similar inter cllhan'e of cominedities friim all parts. On bieing infoinred of'this it seemed o 'Indicate that the ,,Gardens added an importance to the distitct, aind that this fact :lone should ciase nlmnllyicoile to aid in more maintliin ing them. Ir.' Neilsen speaks of his pets in a tone that shows how fonid he is of his business. T'ho pres...

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GIPSY'S RANSOM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

GIP3Y'S RANSO3f. The rheumatic old wooden clock that kept guard in the "best room " of the country tavern had just struck seven, and the sunset, struggling through a wilderness of sweet briars, fell in a sort of rain across the parch where two men were lingering Isaac Stone, the landlord of the precincts, and a tall sun-embrowned stranger, whose dress of naval blue and gold indicated the rank of captain. "Fact!" said Isaac, shading his eyes from the dazzling light with the brim of his worn strawhat. "Things have ehanged considerably since you was in these parts. Squire Ross died more than two months ago-never got over that stroke of paralysis he had in the winter. Did you say you knew him, Sir ?" "A little," said the stranger, with emotion "And how was his property left?" "There it is now! Who'd have thouht it?" ejaculated Isaac, setting his lihat with a jam on his head. "He'd spekilated every shilling of the money away, unbeknown to folks, and there wasn't enough left to burr him d...

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BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

BUTLN BULN.J A large- anld influential'.?niti,-:t of .the i.all, "oni e:w.rlns, i. : ? .. to 'iei r .als, address fioi stIMr. Pi'ttierhOi on 'Lod SIllf G over ii en t ',irndl on thie ;:. " dvi bill iir s t?eo f fter m istlU ict idtt a Slj.iz ', The lv P .?9. ~?teIuupie'ld t ch?i ro, ?ii , cheerscad?dresset ti iiee`n, oatsne con sldernble dlsofithi si voniman';, the f'? iaiian of ai Shire.: '.hins uered uponi:the meet ingi, wasnow becomin a' tliin'tof vital imlport anceE ' -,l ithout :localselft bvoernni'en t the oivelo;i"ent of " theise:nt resources of the Biln Bulin ll sri~t, ciould never he perfected. ?Men 'iritsidinge in Melbourne could never softly?coimp releni .:ths'iviiin tof the resideits as they could themselves; With respect to the ex'ceptinfal iffieiilties that night lie in t e w ay, he on thepeprt of the Goviernment, 'would iun dertake to?iake e.xceptionatl llowances:.: ,"'i i' Lr' Edniey proposed, that ini the op inion of those present it' i contidered aidvsaible to take...

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MR. PATTERSON'S VISIT TO BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

MR. PA'"l'EIISON'S VISIT To BRANDY CIREEK. "We are not sorry to know that at i::l real live Minister has made ?,t anstrm;:", explore the Buln Bulnt district, and _ ? least a little of tlhe dangers and di?i ? which the hardt l"yeomen" (as th,, tors are called in Parliamsent) hare to n : in the operation of trying to settle ont Inds. We fiel certain that he. andtb who acconmpanied hitis will not for',eto: trill for some tite. The trip will alsot,0: Sthe Melbourne daily papers, throua '? reporters who accompanied the Conmnisi: of Public Works, an idea of what se?.c:cI nhave to endure in taking up newscou:.en . very correct sketch of the trip is ,rit. the Arlgus of Saturdayv; but as thet'it - travelled is not new to us, we can r: tendorse the description given, and hopt ;i the experience of Mr. Patterson nInarsi tiitu, whten Parliamuent meets, to reco?:i something pIractical to advance the disr before the people who have settled th: ibecome discontented or disgusted. I: useless to induc...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

1,lai ý--;------ S ..ICK 1111IE COUNCIL. Sthe President '(r. Burke) and Hneo leay, Buchanaln, Gibl,, I. uisof Ia previous meeting werc. !onfirmed, and the Secretary's out " J r .r~uondence approved of. f illter, Seoresbv, stating. that Tl t ls id 1pie of road on Ashley's ie IIrT. totlIson. senior's. property.! , serosly called attention to the !tte nd theP n the Concil nagreed to do 'ra r works; staling that this piece i" now ,qite inpassable.--On tlie Sf unillltOt r liarryr seconded by ci r isxlon, it w as decided that the . n,rarv be done as sootl as the e P,:t erd 'legrlph Department, in i :t-sea lthi, n ,'u a lNVey Order Office Ssttlihed at Pakenhliii' as soon ,,:it Otice was removed to tile rtil I t ion ,t lt ece ived. . r.i l ieuddock,otn behalfof ratelpa ers ,, n lliss road., thanking tile Cotuncil , works on that road recently. alind 'h tlat the relaaining" portion of the t,belble ilil.-On the motilon of Conn r l:lelntlt al it was resolved that. tihe n sIt ipe , and if lie f...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 11th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

MORNINGTON. SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturd'y, Mav 11th. ,OnIaNtAY I:Ii:T i i--1 r(sent :T "he Presi' delt, (Councillor B]3xter, ii;nr.), and Coun cillors Yon'g, Gordoi, Turner, Joncs, :nd Peddle.. I The minutes of the previous meeting were relad and confiirmed, and outward corresrpon dence approved. CORRESPOND1ENCE. i From the Secretary, reporting that lanl containing gravel at FraIulston had been 1mgged out and applied for--It was resolved on the motion of Councillor Jones, seconded bv Councillor Peddle, that a reserve of 20 ecres for 'ravel at Frankstonh near Seivell's e applied for. Firom Mr. Gilchrist. forwivrding opinion on iase submitted to hint relative to the pound. From the Prallran Council, offering a fire n·gine for £100. From the Fliinders and Kangeropin Shitiei ouincil, asking the Council to contribute towards improvemen t at Kenn'sblridge, .2nd 'ending a copy of the'Sliiro' EFgineer'sreport ihereon.-It was resolved on thllo motion of. Councillor Young_ seconded by the Presi den...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

SHiERWOOD RACES, Friday, May 24th, 1878, Will be run at the SHERWOOD HOTEL, Seven Miles from Cr.mbourne, on the Western Port road. STEWARDS : C. Rossiter R. Molloy W. Lyall, jun. G. Howard G. Poole JT. Evans 3f. Evans I T. Horner P. Gill S. Cox JUno--C. Rossiter. STARTED -.T. lonlcer. CLEmR. oF CornsE- -R Lawless. Ist RACE.-MAIDEN PLATE, Qf.£7. Distance, one mile ; weight for age. Post entry, 15s. For nall horses ?thatliav never won an ad vertised race. To start at one o'clock p.m. 23D RAtcE.-- IANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of £10. Distance, one and. a-hltl . miles. Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 10s. To start at Two o'cloek p.m. ' 3Dn Race--SHERWOOD HANDICAP, of l15. Distance, one as an -half miles. Nomination £1; acceptance, £1. To start at three o'clock p.m. 4Tr RAcE.-ILINDICAP, of £7 10s., and a Bag contributed by the ladies "of the district. Distance, one anda-half Imiles. All horses to be the property of residents in the Coilty of Mornington. Qualiication to ride, 10s. To start at four...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

-0 Dr. Candler, the coroner, Iheld an inquest on M[on day. List at Pakelhalnn on thei body of'a man namned John Thomans, 51 years of age, a resident of Gem brook, 'iho inas killed on the 11th inst. through falling out of a spring cart. ,Tohn Swift, a bullock driver, gave evidence to the effect that lie ?ns drir ing a spring cart on the 11th inst. from Plkenlham to the rilwss camn acp coompanied by deceased and a younlg womainli iained Marion Walker. Deceased had been to lPakenhian for provisions. lie was sit ting on a nisk of beer in the cart, when the wheel went into a dnmin, and lie was thrown out on to his head.. On bring picked utp lie was fouinl to be in sensible, anud died on the way back to 1'akentnam. Constable ShuInalhan expressed his opinion thatf the death was purely aeeidental, and the jury returned a verdict cordhigly. We learn by a communicatioin received at the last meeting of the Berwick Council that the post, office at Pakenhamni is to be removed to the railway stat...

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THE TRIP TO BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

THE TRIP TO BALLARAT. Ye have heard the deep rushing when the storms gather high And seen the dark clouds o'erspreading the sky. And felt the deep thundertones rending the clouds, And seen the commotion of fear stricken crowds ; But these are but tame when you paint the elation, Which the children displayed at the great pro- clamation That the Board of Advice had decided at last, And cleared at one dash all its faults of the past — Decided that teachers, scholars, thin men and fat Should now take a trip to the famed Ballarat, That big boys and little ones, girls and their mothers, The wise and the witty, the good and the others, Should now have a chance by an easy admission Of taking a peep at the great exhibition, And great preparation seemed needful and wise For the wants of the needy in ample supplies ; There were baking and brewing, and broiling and stewing, And brushing up coats, and others renewing, And kicking up dust, and making a smoke, And then by good chance the great day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING   Sodl, for One nertion ... .. s. to ThirtyWords, do ... .. s. edsdoForty nr% do 3s. ;atu a .redos. at the rate of 3s. per inch, i'- 0he insertion only. pk e ?or-ir nop all advertisements appear r fr Three Months. ire Avertisements are inserted at trcnniderably reduced rates. ca. ts must slpeify on the face of them ter eamelr of insertions, or they will be con tre and chargesd fortill countermanded. All ??r fee sithdreSval or alteration to be sent in on t}h day prior to ilblication.T ts cn onlybe discontinuedc y written orders. DIRECTORY. J. BISSETT, Plumber and Gasfitter, 134 Lennox street, near the London Tavern Hotel. 10pa StIL.LE , TII03AS, 64. Little Collins street nost, 3elbourne; nand Sunnyside Cottage, Clapel street, St. Nilda. O.ER,,JOIN, General Family Butcher, Rouena Panade, Richmond. Lj BOLT, Water Filter Manufncturer, 117a Carnlian street, opposite Argyle squnre, Carlton, formerly .of 19 Argyle place, Lhyn street. C?eylls I ...

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Select Poetry. RHYMING RULES ON WHIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

-o- S RIITHMING RULES ON WHIIIST. The following rhyming rules on whist are written by an authority, named l'ole. We reprint theni for the benefit of lady readers, as there is a good deal of bad play about just now: If you the modern game of Whist would know, From this great principle its precepts flow ; Treatyour own hand astoyour prtners joined, And play, not one alone, but both combined. Your first lead makes your partner understand What is the chief component of your hand ; And hence there is necessity the strongest That your first lead be from your suit that's longest In this, with Ace and King, lead King, then Aeo With King and Queen, King also has first place ; With Ace, Queen, Knave, lead Ace and then the Queen; With Ace, four small ones, Ace should first be seen ; With Queen, Knave, Ten, you let the Queen precede ; In other eases you the lowest lead. Ere you return your friend's, your own suit play;' But trumps you must return without delay. lhen you return your partner's le...

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 18th. Before Colonel Hutton, T. Keys, H. Powis, J. Munday and A. W. Rodd J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

DANDENONG. POLTCE1 COURT.; Saturday, 3ln] 8th. Before Colonel HIutton, ''. Keys, H. Pewis, .. Mulnday n ind A. W. fodd J.P. Sinartt v. Kelly; grazing caittle, £1l Os. 10s.-Settled out of o:ourt. Schoiidt v. Miclhalcl.3I ltin'; worlk and labor and monel lent, 415 17s.h Gd. Mr. Lowe for complainant, Mr. Skinider.for de fendant. Complainant swore rth it he had lent dtlefendant ;(3 aud0 vorked for him for the bhlxnce. Deteudunt swnre tiat Ihe had' never borrowediani mionle fi:ifoibmplain ant, nud that he bad ni:ide hoimslf recsiou sible to Mr. Brown anid other htbrekeepfer. tiin Berwick for complainant s tuckeir. In cross examinmation the defend'int prevaricated so much that on the ahi;lciication of Mr. Lowe the Bench ordered, the evideice to be taken .down in, writing'. Defendaint' then cdini lie' never borowred m 'ioney from: Schlmidt. Did not know Dr.:Vimnkid. Re inembered beia" in a paddock near Berwickl. Dr. Winkie was there, aid lie saiv liiibi titire, bet tdid. iot rfeceive any m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

rilE ?iiroEsiiYATI OF IIEAL?IJt-J A DUTY. 'Godgave us our bodies to be sustained and.fostdredi' not toleiiglted aid abused.: Disregard of the. meaus of preperving health, aineglect of the warn ?ai s of appiw iluuo dioss is . species ofi aso iide:: lMa?aiiiltia theji:or oftl bodyd by at observanced of the las of: lyg~leneic bu?:ti this islnot suficieont to. keepa uItlid p1roper standard of heidth uand sttiengthlI you wdill i d aniost iosserfi siliiaxarylin UsOLraIn WVOLF's Sý Ser[in tIoM~ ATuio Sounari s."r ii:;,Jubs: 3.1AxMaLu iThco vaiv FOt.Tnu ,IIon:-If Sfo r hair is tlrFing; grey,; orwhite; ortfalling off; ise ' Thui o ticiunHair, itnewou r,"?? for'it will positiveii restore a iif"eery case gre or woir e w air hd its arigiaill colour, wiithouit?learingi tlie:'rdisagreeable smell of most restorer'. It nakes tshe hair charmingly beautiful, as ~sella?s promotisg,.tlihgrowth of the hair on ,u~lspots,!,whlere the glandm s are'iiOot delcayed. A4i; ~ourCbhemist,, for. i"b TholMe±eiidcn ...

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HILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 18th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

HILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturdayn, ay 18thl journed meeting; present: Llie President tincillor West), and Councillors VWatso?, Mr ull, Kidd, Sunderlanil, and l(ienned-. Ir. Duffus, the newly elected medlbd r Tri aceof lr owler, resinedl, miale the.usual tlation, and took his seat at the table: CORRESPO)NDENCE. . From the Crown Law -Oi?res, agreein to 12 ,a year rent fobr ofice inthe Sliire all. From Ir. Iilonea apailyingfor-? a .itering license.-Referred to Constable for report and subsequently granted. From the Lan]ds and Survey Offihein're-, e to rant of half an acre at Cowes for the yard. From A. Stewart, refusing to consent to ion o ofne chain in width from his tram reserve.-Postpioned till next meeting; c etary to notif; ili' Councillors , of ecillotr Kennedy's motion -in reference' done Won Pllison, asking fur worke-to done on Phillip' Isliand. :Refrredi°t o r of Works for report - rom r. Iuntz, in referenc to conpi? e of Shire Hall-' ConSieiosi deferred: I F...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22nd, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

WED \ESDAY, MAY 22nd, 1878. A PROPOSAL was made some tithe ago that the Government should ho into the London market as a borrower tor'"the purpose of mnaking loans to municipalities, and at that time we unhesitatingly condemned it; the matter has now, however, -assumed a' new phase, for one of the loc'al bodies has de cided on inviting the rest -to appoint dele gates to a conference for the purpose of considering the propriety of urging on : the Government the desirability of its taking this course, and though we have not altered our opinion on the subject, we' think it pos sible that a studied discussion of the pro-' posal niay be attended with atcvauntge. The local body that is taking the lead in this matter is the Council of the Town of Richmond, and the terms of the resolution are as follows:-" That this Council sug gest to the various country andil suburban councils the desirability of holding a con ference with a view to urge on' the Govelp uient the desirability, of-placing f...

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English Mail News. LONDON, April 12th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

(Fro own coee one' S I ' .i L , ' p' ,Lo, ril1lh. W hen Itie IHoTse otf 'Ieeis ,mut Ido tlh 28th ult, th!e stitg~ ,otl, t tif "eina'iirii ,uenti 'thepliiit al itmnosphrce, ywas;storeey. Lord e lrb was observed to .tap his seat on, an u'noflla.s benc., and ithli.meii ing t thins portent is, iunimistaKie ble i.. he.. resints-. * tion lie liad tendered, about; two months i ,o',till conjilunctioIn.j ti Lh Lord Cingitoarvio a but 'w hi'ili b, hid.tl;thlc n been. induced to ,i ithl?draow,' I d, Im'itestly 'lieen!lrdniewed, 'ad iasidl t is tinme been, accepted, itidt now lie tily nominally, held .ofhicuntil : his suc- ] cessor 'slioldI be hitpointed. , While theii' 1 siensation 'aiised bvtlis startlini discovery was at its hei'hi his lordslip; . rose aod ri explaiined in l verit ;'enenral butusunlti cieiitly jcler and .empliatic terms, thllt the 'iilitsarv mesures juist dejcided, upon by. thel Caibiitet',' e, . ii pl.tii toards thpug.hl.i not''it in e.'itniisivnsvltinI, wiari and .which l:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

TIIno.T AFFECTIOSS AND I?foA1.SeNES.-AII su[" fering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists. in this country, at ls. lid. per box. People troubled with a " incking cough,l" a "slight cold," or bronchial affections can not try them too soon, nas similar Yroubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asth mntiC affections. See that the words, " Brown's Bronchial Troches," ore on the Government Stamp around each box.-taunufactured by John I. Brown & Sons, Boston, United States. Doeot, 403, Oxfold street, London. MERI. RTTTTER, CHEMIST and SURGEON DENTIST .By .Eamination. Biegs to inform the Inhabitants of Bulan Buln and surrounding Districts that he has conunenced Business as above. Horse odri Cotle Medicines always in Stoe. 28e g Saddlers, &c. spooD apa.Ty ,o uluS .our.F...

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CUT-PURSES AND PICK-POCKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

CUT-PURSES AND P?IC1K-POCKETS. In the olden time, ere pockets were 'invented, the purse, containing money and other valuables, being' worn at the girdle, became a much-coveted prize for the dishonest, who managed to obtain possession of it by deftly cutting the strings by which it wis suspended. Autolycus said, and we com well believe him, that "an open ear, a quick eye, and a nimble hand is necessary for a nct-purse." Subsequently, however, when pockets came into fashion, the cut purses--moving with the times, as the saying is became pickpockets ; still, down to the period of the Restoration, both branchies of the light-fingered art flourished contesmporaneously. And though the days of the girdle-pulre are now long since plst, its re membranee is not even yet lost. In the language of rulgar contumely, the opprobrious epithet, of cut purse rogue" is still applied to a person whose ill favored countenance is not belied by the honesty of his character. The thieves of London have long ...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

DROMAL.NA. It is with regret that we announce the death, at Williamnstown, on the.14th instant, of Mr. George Tapp, late Superintendent of Cape Sclianck Lighthouse. The deceased held a similar position for nearly twenty years at Gabo island, where he reared a family of five children, only two of whom, up to the time of his removal to, Cape Schanck, about ten mionthls ago, had ever visited the main 'land. Somei time.aago, the deceased's eldest died within a month of her removal from. Gabjo Island, whence she had gone to join :her brother who was in Mel bourne. The late \Mr: Tapp was highly respected by all ' w\ho: knew. him, and the deepest sympathy for his widow and family is felt throughout this district, into whichhe had so lately canme. It is to be hoped the Government will not overlook the claims of the relict anid. family of so old and 'well-tried a public servant. The.usual sports are to come off at' Sul livan's Hotel,. Rye, ou th'e Qliee's' birthday, and a cricket match betwe...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, May 16th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

.MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, May 16th. Ordinary Meetin .-Present: The P?. sitent (Councillor Lewis) and Councilo:a Benson, Lorimer, Edsall, Newport, llej. wood'and Middleton. ' The minutes of the previous meeting ree read and confirmed, and outward corr-: pondence approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From Councillor Woodmason, apologitine for his unavoidable absence. Fromi the Land, and Survey Office, stiaun in reference to the proposed site forao e Shire Hull, thht the Commissioner of POli had replied, statinig that he understood tdht it was not ,inteiided to interfere with tbh policeI buildings- at 'present, but stll t& Council was desirdus ofhaving a conveySat of the laud , that would have been a aed -,,,r?r?V rra ement, as the Council o.ai tiesmto wl they liked with tile -l tl bult ifu an aeqully gODld site,r Wit dg, providtel elsewhere, the Ipiril , undt woul nor object to tile ?thca 'Tle Secretary was instructed iy h ie .ealvern Council were now lvny ty rirtule of a 1ioritii...

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