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THE CRISIS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

: TI. - -ISIS I1 VTCO-TOi -. .--i. From The Tiies April 11th. Ycsterdlay :n intluential deputation, cou isting of memubers "f the Victoria Legislat!unr, nmagistirates, merchaLnts, miembers of tellearned professions, anld. bind owners in the'Australiiin Colonies had an inter view with Sir Michael flicks-Bleach, at the Colonial O ee, to potint out the .errors into which they con sidered Sir George Bowen, the Governorof Victorina, had falleu by lis recent contldnt, with respect to tlhe. payinent. of iembers of: the .Legislature of "ictdliao, and his conduct genendly duriug the recent crisis. I Lord Csidogn was with Sir M. lfieks-ileCtih. Among the deputation i?wiers Sir Charlis, Stiirling; Mr. Dennistoun Wood, MIr. James A. A'oil, 1r.' George Armitage, Mr. Robert Laudale, Mrl'.'Breo Smith, Mr. Myles Patterson, 'Mr. S. W. Silver, c r.. John Carter, Mr. I-. Archer, Mr. F. J. Golgellyc Mr. F. A. Ducros,'and I. W~: J. Mattisoer. " Mr. Dennistoun WVood read a vrer lengthy suite,i imeiit' in...

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

SHERWOOD RACES, Friday, May 24th, 1878, Will be run at the SIHERWOOD HOTEL, 'Sevenr 3[iles from Cmnbourne; on ther Western Port roud: STEWARDS : C. Rossiler R. Molloy . Lyall, jun. C. Itonlrd G. Poole .. Evans 3I. Enus F T. Hlorner P. Gill S. Cox Jron--C. Rossiter. STAnRTEt T. lorner. Cr.LEn OF Cor?sE-R. Lawless. IsT R]CE.-M- AIDEN PLATE, of £7. Distance, one mile; weighlt for age. Post entry, 15s. For all horses thatlhave never won an ad vertised race. To start at one o'clock p.m. sxn RACE.-IHANDICA1'P URDLE RACE, of £10. Distance, one and a-half miles. Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 10s. To start at Two o'clock'pa.. . 311D 1Acc.-SLlERWOOD 1L\LNDICAP, of £15. Distance, one and n-half miles. Nomiilnation .1 ; acceptance,- £. To start at three o'clock p.m. Inc R.tcE.-IIANDICAIP, of £7 10s., and a nag contributed by the Iladies of the district. Distance, one and a-half miles. All horses to be the property of residents in the County of 3ornington. Qualification to ride, 10s. To start at...

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

SC.iLE OF Ch:RGES FOR ADVERTISI'NG ITrety Words, for One Insertion ... .. 1 Tcnty to Thirty Words, do .. 2s. ~ir to Forte Wonls, do .. .. s. Aor?eForty Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch, if for One Insertion only. Alr?e irorsT upon all advertisements appear i?e for Three Months. Trade Advertisements are inserted- at considerably reduced rates., . t tdirrrii ornts must specify on the face of them the rnot er of insertion', or they will be con tinled and chiared fortill counternmandcd. All o?iers for witohdrnwial or nlltention to be sent in on the tin prior to publttlntion. 6avertisemtents can only be discontinued by written oraers. D I E CT O T. pgleSETT, Plumber and Gansitter, 13 4 Lennox tert. near the London Tavern Hl otel. lOp, IIILLE, TIHOMAS, 64 L.ittle Collins. street east, Melbourne ; t nd Suanyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Ritchers * IFNIGER, .3OIN, Genenrl ,1ualy Butcher, Rooena Pl'arde, RichmonId. MisceilaneoUs J. llOT, Water Filter Manufiteturer, 117a Canlian s...

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

Local 1uttlliicc. - -0o A meeting of the unemoploycd in Melbourne and suburbs was held in Melbourne, on a vacant piece of land in Collins street, on Monday last. There were about fifteen hundred people present, and the pnrocedings wers e onducted in a most oriderlv manner. It was resolved tlata deputation trait upon the Chief Secretary to place before hini the present state of af fairs and ask himn to provide renmedyt . lie only, however, bliomed the" capitalists, and promised if possible to inaugurate public works to meet the cun ergency. On Thutrlay last :10 children of the Maulvern road State school visited the Ballarlt Exhlibition ae comnpaied by a numberof their parents and friends. On arriving at Ballarat the children partook of a substaintial dinner at Mr. Jonas' diining rooms, and then went to the Exhibition. Subsequently they had or. excellent tea, aud left for Melbourne at live o'clock. The funds for defraying the cost of re freshnment were collected by \i. Hawkins froim t...

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Police Intelligence. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 4th. Before Messrs. R. Hunter and T. Irwin, J.P. Nicholas Doolan v. J. Doolan ; larceny of a table and wood.—Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

Police Intelligence.   -----*----- OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT.   Saturday, May 4th. Before Messrs. R. Hunter and T. Irwin, J.P. Nicholas Doolan v. J. Doolan ; larceny; of a table and wood.—Dismissed. Andrew Duncan v. Thomas Hanby, goods and money lent, 16s. 11½d. Order for amount. A case against Thomas Fetch, for using insulting behaviour in a public house, was dismissed.

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 18th. Before Mr. Lewis and Mr. Bellin, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 18th. Before Mr. Lewis and Mr. Bellin, J.P. Martin Kirk, found having charge of three vehicles, was fined 10s. A charge against Henry Potter, for having no light on his vehicle, was with-   drawn. A. C. Murray v. Isabella Foster ; goods, 14s. 8½d.—Order for 9s. 8½d. and 2s. 6d.   costs. Same v Blakemore ; goods, £5 1s. 8d.— Order for amount, and 2s. 6d. costs. E. J. Lawrence v. John Fox; use and occupation, 14s.—Order for amoeunt and 5s. costs. Simon Shaw, for having no name on his cart, was fined 2s, 6d. William Millhnan, for allowiung three cows   to wander, was fined 7s. 6d.   William Bevan, for riding on the foot path, was fined 5s.

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Meetings of Local Bodies OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 22 May 1878

Meeting of Local ?? OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL.     Thursday, May 16.   Present: Councillors Laeide " chair), Kelly, Thompson, A..r g9 (ins~ Irwin, and Ingrain. t Pr fThe minutes of the previous eetia read and confirmed. eetin. COL It 'ISPOxDrEnCE From Councillor E. Vllilkes for absence, and askinr tha t stuading in his name be pis. t'ne Fronm W. Stokes, late seit ura e , lie Works Departent, stal, tirU, commenced business .s t tne , at i sobulisitiness the CIiiiiouncil's patronaief ceived. gl h e in From Blind Asylum, Deaf and Dm,, stitution, and Altred Hlosital, aeu. ledging receipt of subscriptiiI From Shire Council of Nuna;u reference to Oakleigli Council's reCoutt it would join in executing .turks 'a South Boundary road ; statiuO that 4 Council could not 5texpend a Iy mere mot on the road, and giring an ophion thoat Oakleigh Council should accede t,2 wishes of the ratepayers intererstedth road should be repaired, guil do the withoutthe Nunawad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

t ALUABLE DISCOvRY FOE TILE HAIm --If your. hair sisoturning grey, or whlite; or falling off, use:'e he l~ho Mexican -Iai, 'Renewbr," for it: will positidely : tretrein evue? case grelt or wtite hair to its original " colour, without caving the disagreeable smell of umoit!`restorc " It, n thlie the hair . charmingly i beautiful, as -el as' promoting the grotli of the hair on,bald;r spots, whera. the: glands are not; decaycd.: Ask, yeur Chemist for ,".The lMexican air Rtenewer' prepared b y henry 0. Gallup, 3 Oxford stiret, London, and sold'by Chenmists and Pfdiuners everywhere, at 8s 6d. er bottle : ' di T AiOi :id Cir?i Cio'S A~ OI~IAeE'eSS.- All ?if foing f roiDirritution of the throat and hoarseness will be'agreeably suirprised at ho almost inmediato ,relief: affoi?ed byltheuseo' of!".Brown's Bronchial Troches.',iTheseo' famous · lozenges"; are now sold'': by mostrespectable chemists, in this country, at ls.. d. per box.: Peoplo troubled' rith a ;, gacking ;cdgh;?' Ii slightPcold...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

Telegrains dated London May 23rd. state that there is a prevalentopinion now thait a European Corirsr'swill"b hield- arnd that it will probably sit some time in June, but we are scarcely veryhojieful albout 'iny good re sulting .ftiom,it,.because in the, present dis turbed state of affairs and thegreatdifferences of opiniod which' 'exi?t it' may be able to effect nothingl~.'Still it is a satisfactory sign that the 'iussians are drawing, within the neutral zone near Constantinople. ~ The re cent riots: whichk took,: place, ina that city have been suppressed without much blood shed, but communism of some" sort appears to be rampant, because :it isnstated that on the night of rthe '22nd of May. a, large con flagration broke out in the wealthy quarter of Stamboul','and tlihPalfice of'Justice and the splendid edifice of, the Supreme Council of the State ;vers destroyed wvitli othier build ings. In England tliegreatest preparations are still bein' mnade'for'Iarl and 'supple mentary army a...

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT BRIG HTON. SOni lMonday mornin'" informiotion' wa iii19an. named irs. Ia cevýiesidi?g ;nt? t houseiofiSirsCharles Macfahon;:vas niss ing, and as her shawl'was;lyin?"on 'the'top ut the'ttnk'sheO"was p'onid (dhave Aiom "iiittd:"suicide sd:j ConstlcStr?? i-thls?a andi ?i?(op" pinere.despatcled to thespot, and ,on searching.thq tank,they- foundthebodyo rthe I womiani?ilt, 'appeared' r'! I tton-thi shlte had t out of-beld'iandh ri'ie e'lfito [the tank ass she was undressed. .Hierrms. were both cut, as f she hadad, anattemnt ,tobleed herselfi tddeath 'andihier tlhroittwas ,also sli;;hilyý' ehut;"'astt tlioilgh'"'sli' hiaid"'i t teimpted ,ier ife in thautwa also",' A razor wo afound o Iher room coveredwzith blood; bat strange to say therr was no stain'of bliod :about, the lied: or room: Atnih'named RobL inso, wh d wivats emplyed abhut"the place sleý1£ a few eet ffrom the tank?.k Sir Charles lefi in ,charge ;of Robinson, ind. theidel ceasedi ;bM'rs. ITRaceyf'is' thedt if...

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THE DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

...aaIl --HfEI R DFE?. ES. Hai flIA IIn connection gyitl. lheldefence ,question, a$ arranged' last week, many members of rtlie telbouisrn e diroop ofi t Hors 'made their.y i',to;"Danalenoug.op $iSaturd ay las and were,inet,a f?vw,miles:. from thetown, :shipby'tlie Southern Troop, which repre sents-Dandenoog;Cranbourne and*Berwick The Melbourne men were under the com inand of Captaini C :R.;Mhlitiianid Lieutenant Bannermana,and the.Southern.Troo,.uader Captain RHbdai' and"ntt-rýLTettenant 'eaihtI 'It had, been, arranged that the ,combined troop should inspect the country between taodenong add the bedch; at Mor`dialloc, so as to obtain a knowledge of it that might, in case of invasion, be useful to them. We 'presume, however, tliat it was intended uiore 'fdflth informatioi; of tb~:e?e - politan men, as tihere are few, we fancy of the Southern Troop athit !iave not already some idea of the country.. -However, a start was made down Brighton road, which leads from Dandenong 'to Oheltiehl...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

MELBOULRNE M.AlA LET,. SQuEES 1rICTORIA 3?[litsFT.--'etabl. g is to Is Gd per doz. bunches; boe., kidi 2d. per lb.; beet, 5d to 9d per doz.; buI 12s. per doz.; cabbages, is. to 2,. do. 8d. per lb. ; c?urots, td. to Sl. per do~w celery, is. lid. to 3s 6id do. ; artichokec. t, L cress, water, tid. lu.; c? lillowers 1. per dozen ; gbrlie,3d. pcr lb.; lettuces, per dozen ; ;narjorOtn, t;d. per d , mint Gd to dt do.; ouions, 12s to 13, pr c green, ld. to Gd. per doz. btlunch ;e lparstips, Gl. to 10d. do. peas, 'd tt potatoes, 3s. to -s. tkt. per eoLt; itd. to (id. per dozen hbullches; rhubarb, .,! do; sage, Gd to St do. ; shallots, "d r lb Is. id. per doz. bunches; thylt c, td do.; t to ild do. ; tomatoes, is to Ls. tid. pcrc e. Apples, dessert, Os. to lts. pr c, cookitng, Gs to 8s Gddo. ; ahnonds, Jto 3d. I lemons, ls. to 2s per doz. ; melons, mul, per doz. ; do. water, :s. to Id. do.; do, rnt, Us do.; orauges, Ss id to Os per u?sc ; t llr .ld. per lb.; quinces, as. to tis. p:r ; ·; ber...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

,At the Police Court, theocase of Bornaby. v;.. Robert Cairns and Edward Russell for stealing tea trees fs lieaird ,'before :iessirs Robert Anderson :and! John: Barker junr., and, after a platient i hearin,was disissed for want of evidence:?? We regret havingn to. record i;te deebtli of Annie, the second eldest?- daiaughter of Paul 'ainsiiylenio.;f Bdalarrinsaeii 1. .1''lhde`e:d d : hladt been suffering 'for'i some "time 'fi;oni di i?rli a,' inid died at her f itheir -esidence on thýhOlgt,.iiistl: i'lha fimeralt warssvery largely attended to ,the, Flinders cemetery. T 'he cricketnmatchhbetween ther Sor rento and )6rmaha clubs atiild off'on-'thet'Q en's hbirthday. The gfinre-it;s well played, re suiting ian an' easy victory' for Dromnana. The Dromana sports as advertized :;ild. iot e come off on the Queen's birthday;" but' ae I now advertised for thie Coronation day, dthe ( 28th Jaone:: The sports at Rye caime off well, t he weather beihng 11 that :coald" be desired Iihes running was...

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GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

OGEERAL ]USINESS. No applicationis: ere.snmintted for the office of inspector of slaug:hterhouses" .. " The Sccretari-? tlinitredt the tlanes of thel nmember.s ; f the hPublii: Weo'rls Commiitteei and previous reports on Mar. Manik's applica tion tfor foiiatiion on''KooKei-weilrlp road : : Councillor Iositer me.oved and Couine illr Lelky.jaiuni. seconded, that 1? 1?:.31i paid to theocontractor ibr Sherwnooddraiis,S this extra work havingr been foiid necessary .to provide bfor tl efcic nt'l?t dri'nae .of the BallIrto sod Nodith E sat roads iGarried. : Councillor; Poole moved. and;Concillor 'Rossiter seconded that the Snr'veyor prepare sp'ecification' for cleariig and ' fornLin?r'ten chais of Co isti roadleiding to ;Maii road -Carried. , dj:u The Conncil.then adjourned:, ,:;,.. !

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LADIES' BAG. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

ýneraocawww.wanLADIESBkB.,AGe e.m.no..,msm Lady Somerville... -. 3 (G. Stewart) 1 Mormon (F.ilcCra)r Stranger;? (P. Pcrson) 3 Tl}.? was",th's moatclosely eoiitasted;r o f the dlay. St -ell? ý h lie ,i. caught' by' Lady, Somorvill!a;ndidl rimob rilhoolpd been r iuringu nec blnd necle ;the klid'iRae iiiamly fought, Laity Somervilleuoltm?rcning by-]alf1 a'length. lt ?i Y TII?oaa.o:TIo¶. s.eo Stragher-? r '"1 :rra ig ? cton)e,? 2 relcreba r ! l '.. (P`P eda o).}3 't[ormoiif'2on easil. - TIlic ettlhng and all ae a i out to tlio eatiafohtion 'of eerybcely oncernd, aiid reflected great credit on the Stewasrdo C

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Select Poetry. THE WORN-OUT FOUNT OF TYPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

TIE WORN-OUT FOUNT OF TYPE. S'mi silting at my desk, Tom, -: ` Before me ion the floor 'Theirolies ii won-outfount of type, F:? - ill twenty thousand scor; SA~. nd many months have passed, Tom, Sine they were bright and new, And s?iny are the tales they're told Th' ': The false, the stiihge; the trie. W' Vhat tales of :hororothey have told,: . Of tmpest and of wreck Of murder ii the midnight hour, Of war fiii'many `i"speck!"' '" Of ships that, lost away at sea,: ' -.: d.oWent dcm hefore'ithe blast; : . , Of stifled cries of agony, Ashlife's lost moments pased., Of hflood and fire and iccident, : Those'wvorn-oit types hare told; •" ',And how the pestilence has swepit ;::. The youthful and the old. , ,t'Of marriages, of births ind deaths" , Of 'things to plese and rei'u ' Of on i?an's jumiping overboard, : Another gone to Texas. They're told as bow sweet summer days IIare faded from our view; ITowir aintuiin's chilling winds hare swept 'The lef-roiwned forest through';' H.!:;?I ow win...

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Police Intelligence. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 25th. Before Messrs. Lecky, Patterson, Rossiter, and Hunter, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

i, ORr1\BOUR1NE POLICE COUIIRT'. -S 0-ttirday, May "t .----. ,Boo e ,Mor essr.)ecRy,e PattersOn, Rofitr; 'and, IuntIrtJ.R:. George, Biiiding" v. Henry, Kelly; a claim' for debt, £G 19s for. goods soldi .0 Mr. Lone foirdd compaihnit. 'i'in adjourined.icse. Defendant did not appear .,r?gomplainant, sworn, stateil that t lie hal l:supplied the goods and ,appliedt for, payment. Verdict for the amount and 206s: costs.. , MIathew 'Stephens: jii., v'. Fredrick Scarle; illegal +detention off a rgey'ouind. io appearance. Settleil ou~ of Cort. y Freddrick.Sparks v. iBridgetKelly; fdeht, £i 16s. 11"d., goods soldt and delivered. Io appearance bof defenidaiht.: Plnotmiff was examined 'asfto ,correctne'ssZofanocoilitr-en dered.: Verdict for the. amount and 2s. 6d. costs.. , , ,,, . The Court then adjourned.

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LIBERAL ELECTIONEERING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

'!LIBERAL' ELECTIOi.FIlTNG'' Another ista'nce of,,thic mode in ,ihil Seletions'tare conducted in, Victoria, under tlheauspicesi of the presenitiGoicrnment is referred to ti INo Moday's A srgrl' ?i's'flldiv:' r"W.ehav' noctyet heard' the last of :Mlr Longmorh's indecent,{interference ,inthe Wairnoambool election. In his telegraphic accountbf.the isieeting lield by 'theo inisier of ilidnds for-l"th'ii rpfdii i "r' nit 6'e'deiiVi ii'nl madey,, 11 ir. ,1Fraiiid ourcorrespondent described how: dissentients were intimidated nd: opliosition 1iit 'down:,' Fiomfi .ivlit:'~i te, pie vreawns. very f.ft',?; rawn., ,, w e are told ithat tlere was. a :regular: organisa tion bvrivhicli "ahn'y, unfiifournble' 'expressioi' of~iopiion"w:is'to e e"extiiuish bd'!if 'e??e-c siry' by actual' violeince Some rlectors Yweie iefised admittance, ';others,,as they entered, wers athreateied, ahndindividuals wAre knocked'down; rushed' and:maiiltreated : Fo?r?nantelp? h y' sicalforce's 'wiasnot met'b?b pRihsical ...

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GATEKEEPERS ON THE RAILWAYS UNNECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

GATEKEEPERS ON THE RAIL WAYSi UNNECESSARY: Some time since we wrotean article Intbis journal, pointing out!that gatekeepers on tlie I lines of'th"iý railway' could, be dispensed withlif the'Aiiirican system werii e adopted of liavln!E so g ates,: and carrying- tihe hne.on eac!lhi sldeiof.the tcrossin , over spits to prevent the. trespass of:cattle IThe" fol lowing ldtter ':mvichl hi beeninp blis~bd by a hontemlorary,' will show that the same system is adopted in New 7ealand. S; irn;t-;i h aveiread;,your, , leader,,r this moriing',in which?'ou expose' the hlitest :ob 'of" the immac~late'?od? oo I needscarcel' snyl I s'fdr tottlhe seventy-seven gatekeepers cottages., .With.an.int'imate,iknowledge of •the Wiinmern and St.Ai-naud li'nes,I have no hesitation ifipronouncin- these structures absolutely unnecessary ' New Zealandil pos sesses, i'ore miles of;.railway than. victoria :the .lines frequently jpass through large flourishing towns: "'-Hnaingrtra'elled 'over niearly -elli thei ra'i...

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THE HORNY-HANDED UNDER "THE PEOPLE'S" GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

-THE HIORINY-IIANDED U1)DElq"li S PEOPLE'S" ;OVE \:E lJElf. We copy the following article lnen : -ile ur.ruraa ,.j xterga?m, .a a..lu,y -. position of alfairs up to the lpresent,. What is to come yet, we must wllt ?? ' TIE UNEMPLOYED.-A oere i number of men seeking emploevmet 'i the drainage works at Emerald hiill, an .: day. All the men employed on as:ir were again set to-work, and about titr:: hands as well. This broueght the's number up to about 610. When the ?:,: the'men found there was no chaitces uoft". a day's work very visible and dia~t:'. disappbintment was exhibited, whbe:.c found expression in a public consultatiou to what should be done. Whein the : were gathered together, we should say, ao, a close estimate, that there were tudwe h" of them anxious and ready fir work. u : had picks and shovels, others shove: ale, while the larger number were evidentlyt' destitute to be the possessors of ei'ven n Numbers of the disappointed ones awere strong men, plainly accustomed tos a...

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