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DANDENONG MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

,¶DAINDENONG MECHANICS' iIN S T IT U T E . - , . On Wednesda .evening last the DanIde non" gAmhteur 'DramatidlCnlihopesied 'the seasint vith'ai pierformiiance in te local Medi'inms Tinsitute, and succeeded in making, the, entertainmenta very meritoridou one. ,ls'hefirst part ofitlie progranmm econ sisted'J ofi vocaln and-, pianofortedimusic hand readings:'";Mrs:,Hdtton played the opening? solo in a'hllhlly satisfactory style, and iiss M. :Huttogn sang, "'Kirtle Red. verysuccess fully ; .another; song,"' It, was a: dream,',' bein'riendered'very 'effectively tMiss N: 'Hutton."'Mris?'Hamiiilton' s" rediig of The L'iairid o Cdk pen. ,was much admired and if reading by ilr. fosepl Clarke," Gone away withahandsome man, "and. also two.read isgs by-Mr.: H. G. u-rner, Casandra Southich, ;and the Deacon s M1aster piece, all met with that appreciationlwhich. they faiily deserved? Mr Chai rlesi Dobson 'sustained his'eput'ti in i "th''sodd;, ' N i thidiir "S6ceidls like'"Siiccess; "' and' the' c...

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THE AGE WE LIVE IN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

:?= THE AGE WE:LIVE-IN. .to .: l' Irl i t /.ut"ri n oit utir,.' 1 . '.. . . n il ri.l rI "'The Melboairrrie'Tlegb'raphl riferring:to its sys?pThe r. ooryrl tle a nad of a i ,rk .. . sl ... .....Pi....1 . r fr, hasLi been,instructed to whitewash. the C ief Sedretariy -in-' regardsl to' the'tchares ot hinm :e a iretoldr by th epistola illy Slowboy, that Mr. Berry donly receves lihe atme salary winch lhisprdtecessorsdid for, Shic infrma nwere duly thankful • utlan ominous silence isobserved respect2 in- the appointxent s'edt he'Berr family'.i When his. faierei'lilas wasfii.t quartered on, the publice this was whatnowatsaid ofn the trinsaction .:-'ir.-Berry ydidi not recog?ise the "claims, of la-,'mosti capable -and, honiest: gentlem:n" He' hald "a fatherin-law, wh'i?', with no sortof qualification, ein" in factd, u superanuated attorney s iclerk Iwas,,.never theless appointed at a salaryoff£350 per annum:,'irRemonstrance was inmvain ??iin cessity't besideshavin.no :law;i in-theesti;,e ...

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SOUTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

' SOUTH' GIPPSL'AND "ELECTIO? . The result of the election for a' member off the,. Legislative, Assembly.. t ,represnt Wednesdny lat.nst, according to the coIn ,plete retu r, decladto": be as flloir: 7 ad P*da .n '. ... 2.. 0 . • IIIrl ?' iiisollt? i.? . t ' "... ul i ":'r 63""10?: 1 a t te ry "'" ". : . .. . 5 ' . . . tThqo1ajority,. for Mr, an..M so over ;r Crossley..is 49, and. his imjority over iI ,?'Ltellan 87. , Therewere onlyten vote? s recordeýtl, rosspver ialli of which .ere gienvi491fasorj9 oMr Mlason. Mr Slattery ,failgdto securecn sufficient number of votes `foiebe forfeited) i i,:Ifd 1Ii

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MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

3MUICIPAL .CONFIEREtCEK The conference of the local boes is ore I. hr question :as,.held.in the Athaeoum, l3ol? - yebterday, j'The Mayor of Richmond n ro:ele 'the ci'nld'th't Towin Clerk wais appointed fe. ? €'. "? !,i , ,;i:r ? . " The names of.tho repre?entatires of the snev Iceal bodies were called over, and there weare al . seventy present': lornington, Councillor ?r:t ands:Gordon;- Malvern, the President ail Cc ciltors Benson.and Lorimer; tootbhbin, the .?o deint wand 'Couniitllor' hent lBerwick, Coumec: Gibb were imong those present. There'erettttl " tiro bobti€r local !bodies iepresented:. Th ei(ci~~a rs i 'eniscuing the meeting harirzitbk read, and also a irciular from the Fitzroy Con:e . samiie lbjeci ` ' -, Councillor Winter, of Richmond, moved, ci Cdi?tcillb'~ C of Ilotham, seconded-" 'this"Cbiincil -suggests' to the various countr c suburban Councils the desliability of h?i?il C6ofeiireo"i'ith 'a view to 'iging on the G?- ment the advisability oof lacing from time to Mui...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

pOr Unmbareesip penfTor the ducrnnio ~' wiM oAriiotoj o/a &,lrlm"ta r to be distinetty Unutersf d,~ a to? . +MIt identify ourselvs rwilth IA : thatiptae our correrpotldnld . ll Pe nioejU aertion must he addrlebaeddo t~nm o lm Od address of the writer,b;l:. then nme and addrma e )d jw faith. n h rt

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DANDENONG MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

nriiro DAND % G,3iLLLSO'sICt.BL .-Tlhe annualball-underthe auspies of the a, Lodge a.D4ndenong ;tootk plae at the 3rti -nstitRue on 'lfondn}_ sening" The'e ent 6> ib upbnlas'the most important Ccurrence 0 , by thie alitusinent loving section of the re...?, the neighborhood, pand great efforts arecs mnehie l p the'present yneahbrijb The interior of the hnll presented a mo apparannce, the walls being literall dlo th flg ifrom nloortoeiiii g, others boengus-rd and there in a tiutefid way to heightn th The gathering was snfliciently numerast toxe the full etalOcitv of the bhll without hoer. inconvenmence beinig felt from the limitedt the building, which would have been thero i many om ore prsdns been present. L?onal r oii?tAituted' the' main body of the as'?emtnh h visitors from Melbourne were ?raeno All te appointments of the affair were in tr.. approvd'forid,thPad the lieity costunres i·:Ei theiladies -were adorned, together withtKe fi "otth?' %ison?cfraternity worn by a ?mr:r, gen...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

MEL OURRNE'3 iRKETS. I QBCT @laaoiilmovesAjeT=8mn, is to is 6d per doz.-bunches; beans, kidney, Id. ;ti 2d. per lb.; beet, 6d to ls per doz.; bouquets, 3s. to 12s. per doz. ; cabbages, ls. to is. 6d do.; capsims, iSd.ji]ce . ; eCiiotse 6d! tbiU peldlbzeiftbun.chds ; celery, is. Gd. to as Gd do.; artichokes, 3as to4s 44. ; cress, water;, 6d:ld.'; cauliflow?rs, 2s. to 4s. 6d. per dozen ;-garlie,3d. per lb. -.lettuces ,,6d.to 6d per dozen ; maroram, Gd. per doz. bunchds;. mint Gd to Gd do.; onions, 10s to 15s per cwt.; dd. greeni4d.: to Gd. pc doz. bunches; pprs1e, 6d'dc. ; parsnips, -d. to 9d. do. ;pens, 2d to 4d. jper lb.; 'pdtles, 3s. o' 4n2bd&- per dswC: ;' radiehbs, ld: to Gd. per dozen bunches; rhubarb, 9d. to is 6d do; sage, 6d to 8d do.; shaullots, 2d per lb. ; spinah. is. 6d. per doz. buiieba tyiyie, 6d do.;' ?u s; 6d' to 9d.,do;; tomatoes,. s to ls. 6d. per ease. Fruit: Apples, dessert, 10s. to 12s. per case; do., cooking, 8s.'to 10s.':do; dlnionds 3d!to 'd. per lb.; ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

: DANDENONG A'ARKET'. There was a fair attenianc at this mar(elt yester day and a goodelealof bliusins done Pigs and calves were numerous, and a quantitf of on'l laneous produce was forward, The rattle pens wre. not well fled , ad c iis littl, anination in this departmident Th ee sales were bgun before noon, and onrioided at _ 'comparti early hour. ' Mr. Egan f?la the f nly salesmian, M?r" losling being still slffering: from the effecs bof the accident which hefel him'~-- ·-- ______________ -·--- I

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English Mail News. LONDON, May, 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

1 '(From our London Correspondenrit' ' Losnoro; Mlay,10. If since the last mail went out to.you the prospectso of:a'pdcific solution' of: the dif ference beis Veen' us and Russi'e liave been even darkor tian ibefore they are now again happily.. becoming-, brlghter, , although it would be speaking far! to sanguinely to say there is nowino chance left of an outbreak of war.; The improvement, of the situation caused by an' indisposition both at St. 'Petersbiuirg And apparently also' here to drive things to the arbitrament of the sword is ascribed, on the one hand to dthe deter mined attituider lately assumed by our Gov erfntient eginnin 'to tell on 'the: various Cou'rts 'of Euirope 'and 'nitably oii that of the Czar, a a m'd on the otlher to the recent demonstrations at home of the :strong aver sion! felt by; most. 'reflecting n'en'!from a blusterin and provacative policy. ' mne. the vote of credit for six miillions was taken, and for ,the l?ost part? al spent in " precautionary prepar...

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MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

.i .ALVERN. I1, SIrfl'.~.:.i?? (From a!,Correspondent.).'} 1 . A i. Court of Pettv Sessias sl~elyto be established at Caulfield,;sliortly.,,Jdt is ru moured:that,'Mr. Edward- May. the wortihy clerk tor'the',Mailv'ri,"' Odkldigh nihd Cliel tenham nCouirts is' lielytoUe appointcd as clerk there also. `It ould1bT la" r to et a more suitable person. Hoe is a veryworthy man; sociable, kind, and obliging to every one he comes in cointaetwith, and his ap pointment willegivn~t-u iiersal satisfaction. The Cioulfideld.c sc'cGii'e off on the 1st' July next ; the entries are large; the catdth. engagedgoo'd, and·- fullsyexpect to see. good racing, as the .course is in excellint order. I promnise my friends to give itiP ;strnighttips in°th, eveent~in thigisnerand anad now, as I got my money on, I"dont mind telling., ,Nearly~'every one about Caufiel1.knows, that thel maunwho wehris the belt-topper knows a thing or two on theses matterseland h:bein,.veryC s ld`i out ica ',b depded; 'oti' I shall "l...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

1bid St edb ileitCh, 8eerer liJAo .eot classes of the metrdpohs that waited upon him on tw o-o athre ,occiqsis latety,1aid more particularly to the last one that inter viewed him, which 'wasinttfriuced bhlesirs: that he is wearied of trying to remedy the state of affairsliD Ai bEii?h 187lit8' B T i bt acom dm e d-dfiidettion stmply , . as one of the parliamentary representa i upo of the districti to introduce a deputationTir-oi a public meetin owhich inSti'e desefe that meeting-but, as ithe cannot do otherwise get into an imagindry rage and charge Mr. that he sisto with cof tryin there for te purpose of "horassinIrs lid Gdfranih'en."'bo i eIE? oe of the deputation cwastnubbed, becaupse as one of thcence he sad the unepresployednta were p-riepar-ed to takehless than the jusual rate qfiagexsoa!tatCthey miglitghbiin' work to provide a livingtr for their"fioihiii a public meetinghoweveies'tits'fd trefer meetins-but, and other proposed deputatons on the subject, which, by the wa, he spah...

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DANDENONG COUNTY COURT. Friday, June 21. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan). [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

90DL}02 (1F rxTP COURTu . Friday," Junot 21 (freis Honor Judget olan). sF.hrsv. Edosor Ediwid Eiirds; an actiqn c ; .tbo atnount'of a promissory note. £17 i. red for plintifE Defendant did payr.,'? "?ereict "was entered for, plaintiff coieto OfeAlli ter goods, £2'18si d o' c • f defendant.- Veicti for ann ounl tre.do assignee in the insolten'cate of -p e. Th asg CoUlana. " goo ds... , 12 l t ?b) for -laintiff.' Rchierdalo?gs ins , . ? bee -her thie debt' was due, aind a - for thflhee aioioit d'21s9 1 ost's o ,ded as agent for the assignee. sIenr , nfior anmoti ot ofte account.d I red f amount eos a 0mounnt and 25s. costsa'+.," " Ai -e oonr ; hJs.. Scott, of 'PFowong ods Ot "l 0 itsed that d o l oad received cheque l -nout bat it lenhd been: dhononred. t hle ofor nount and 14 costs. ord .nL o.lnttr... . Str F .Stephen appered for phiintifft and a el Ftrdoo. i · Phillip ,ooic .y ; nn~nctio oa Sof£ot 9s., monthe for which of a eqo pay pi- 'ea Otýddntrl T. Farrnm;,and' Criaoy . I Oe was...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

Tfiw init ijrifor' t f Ftltiff*Cantimenor 9'onP'i O lSoat)L y, and~con??qgently, no leetiU; g coil be' held, 'but 'thr, memlo'os be'ng iir ho township met nasa Fi?HiECommittee and passed the hceounts due. .CounT?illor Poole occupiedthie hbbir, and pointed out that it was desirable to agree to the accounts, and recommend them for payment. The question was whether or not it wos desnii?le that they should 'keep contractors out of their money because Councillors, did not attend to hold i meeting.. He was in favorolf the. pYiyjenrtsheing made, and the sam course hbad been ad~pted, on. previous occasioond. oedthat the l,:ynol et submitted, being correct, be j~ied and reconimeitdlrl to next meetingof the Council., The motion was seconded by Councillori Patterson, and carried. ''Th&' Councillors present-were Messrs. Poole; Potters?, and Greaves. 'The meeting.before last lapsed front' game cause. At the meeting of the Finance Committee of Cranbourne Shire Council on Saturday, last th...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, June 13th. Present: Councillors Lavidge (in the chair), Armstrong Irwin, Kelly, Thompson, Ingram and Miller. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

SOAKLEGH SHIRE COUNCIL. __Thursday,?June?. 3th..... I Present.: Councillors Lavid'e (in the chur:) ýArmsfron-IrwIin, Kelly, Thompson, n. i;grn m;-and'Miler. IT , ,tTffl The following corressondence .was taken ,Fromi te Shire of ttaiffra, relating to the rower:otf: corporate 'bodies'i to' close public roads:=Received.; y! .. . d I ' From ' Chiif omissioner of Police stating that -there-was-no-objection ttlithe appoiitment of"Cognstable Gray as Inspector of ,Niisances.- l'ie Inspector's appointment ý e id uly ssig ne d ' an tl 'sealed. ,t'?S:tAu t ly From Town:.Hall, Richmond, inviting deleg?tes to a, conference, on, the srlLject of municipal `loans.-Received hbut no action taken: I t Froin' Cenitrl BoarI ? of eIdalh ih arnin Local, Bolarilsoftheir resioiisi ilities, nas small pox iid occurred on board the "Sinni.", .-Received. . - ... .... .. . . .... ! w From Tpwn Clerk's oflicr, Pra-ran, re questing the co-operation oi f lis Councillin urging upon the Government the necessit; of co...

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THE CAULFIELD AND OAKLEIGH HOTEL. To the Editor of the South Bourks and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

THE CAULFIELD AND OAKLEIn To the Edilor o tl, South Dourbnd i ' SIR, -In reference to tw .o IM I -TL'" '" "?"';" J./o,* o l.a l of the l t ir reference to the Oanleigh and Ca^u I wish you to inform the public bho as t etlT otlcperr irho oo ori, gin, at the expense of Sw 0 * te " and also where this Tery foul-, ' " , 'Pfld *hsbabeenfuseid-in-tle,.Lotcl brgci'00y district. -RiKowissig IT aoi'i , ibe0 f position us an tidis aitrict, n,,d as ou ' h nse e . that there are only thire l.otne to alf inclined to protect nivself fro t. alie which are ex reescd b- .o e I?ti ,to remerdy te gbcicc p 1i f. .tliha the people of th1e dist?? t f a about tlie nmatter, I wish1 you tu "On 'tliian" to'damigc the'clicsaraterc ofi h,'te t the sakle of thle guilty. Bl* ituee finnl"; ipondeneeiou will confer a favour o t. others in'tlis i istricLk-Ismi &., o ..lRbstown' Hotel, Caulfeld, JAMES EG ! :June 10th, 1878. ,;·· ... .. r ,,:: ,,; " '

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 22nd July. (Before Messrs Patterson and Sutherland.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

(Before 'ea ssrs ,Patterson and, Sutherland. that it,'dhen . us ettledd omut Cur '",' Mary' -Ann '.i'y1or summoned' her lis s 1ao°nd ftichard Taiylofror maltenadr&"1Ir'. " 'owe appeared''"for 'defendant. Plaintiff sworn, sta ted. tha t isher anted protection from, ;er'i phs ;at s 1iell beenrinfQrned that he intended ato'take hercatele and'other propPrty.i omhber." r. Lowe. pointed out i the Bqpncltha tthe'"summpnj 'wa' fur maintenance, andttatitisereihad been! a mtual separationuhbestceein the parties for several:?' ears.-'Mrsi "i ý'lorh?nrged" tlat. articles$ hatldbeen:;taken.from yer, premi?e, which could only have'hee% ' n" aken''?pyi'her giseparationi;firo i'him ive years d since hut ovinDg'to' his.'objection' "s ?,'did"h'not o.betipn i'. She only wanted?:protection fromlim, he haiin'gtdesertedi)herr oehe considered hat.hiisrhaving taken part of herrgoods and: jlhreatening to take, more were good g rounds for otaining a ,protection rder. M Lowe submitted that a protectio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

WIVrrH uEEY PULSATION that force-pump of the body, the heart; sends-the coursing through the arteries and-veins the;rpoy fluid which sustains life and. nourishes thi system. iftheritel current be. comes cooutaiit atcd' with iLiuities', o~' gets thin and i atiryfromii isunffcidR it'ri ilalaiosiof the food, the mmbst'disastrous consequences may,'be ipprehen dedr-,Depurate the biood-and infusevigor,-into thli gastric organs with ;UDoLno.1oOLFE's SCHIEDAM3 hApsrth c Scn'.Aqrs to restore purity and' richiess to the"circulation : .'' ' . , , THROAT AFFECTIONS AND ]IOASiENEyo.-Al sufe erlg from irritaition bf t'tht'roa' iiid lhbrsoiiess will be agreeably 'surprised at' the'almiiost'iini?edlite relief 'afforded by; the use of :Brownos::Broicllial Troches." :!These famous ,4lo:enges" areo;now, sld by mot rrespectable cheinistq, in th;s co.ntry, aIls. lid r boe. People troubled wi.a `a'!"backing couih," a "light cold," or bornci:al i?Rieeidns can not try theni too soon, as similar troubles, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

Banks, $o. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA CAPITAL.- - £1,000,000. Danenong Branch. With Agencies at Berwick & Cranbourne Interests allowed on Fixed Depoesis. w'Drafts issui?d`;n Oreat Britainj ~and' the, .Bak's' Branches and Agci: ies thirouut thin Colonies. Berwick Agency Dop'iail.'i1 ,~"u'r Cranbourne Agency open every Saturday. .L SUTRHERLA? D, ?pnager. .;i MELBOURNE: SAVINGS,·BANK:'I ESTAB?ISHED 1841. Offices: Corner of .3nMkefot 'set and Flinders lane SWcL.. .. .... Open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock ; Saturday, from 10 till 32;,nlso? Sti'rday Eceninin m 6 till 8, for _ ; r . -; . ' reeetring Deposit$ ogle.. i t ,, Sums received of ONE SHILLIT ad 'p*rds, and lnterest allowed at the rate of Four per cent. Persons residing-in the Suburbs or Country can '"del5it byletter.' Nu-- ber of Accounts open at st J?uly, `1877, Amount at Credit of Depositors at t July, 1877 £501,922 12a 6d.1:r' ; I:tA 0 - : S , co78 , .., p ALSO, , Actuary. , ;THE: PROVINCIAL. AND SUBURBAN BANK' (Limit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 26 June 1878

Z?OF CHgAOES FOR; i?DTi 'ERT'SI"?0. do for One Insertion.....t 1"s. t Words do ... : 2 iael to?'Thirty Words,do .. .., ., .., `;3e StForty iWorrds, at the rate of 3s. per, inch, '¶aornOe nsrtion onl., 00 ,forlThree Mlonths. ,. a srti ements are inserted at 0051ote must speeify on the face of them e nuber of insertrioni or they will be con thined and charged fortill countermaided. All r tlers for withdlrawal or alterastion to be sent is o, the day prior to publication. ilts.ements can o nlybe discontinurd . bYwritten orders. gIlýlgl, plumber and Oasfitter, 134 Lennof tmt, neer the London Tavern HoteL . lOpa ? g UE, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins steet east, 3felboutrre; arid Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kildsa.) tIGER, JOHN, General Family Butchlier, Rowena Parade, Rilc'mioaid. Iisohllaneoasi- . ., BOLT, Water Filter -Manufacturer,' 117. Cardigan street, opposite. Argylo, square, Carlton, formerly of ,19 Argyle place, Lygorn street. :t .. 0 1.11)LOXTON, Authorised Surrveor under ...

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Select Poetry. OUR SOUTHERN HOME. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

S'R SOUITHERN HOME, :ir~i:i the laind iwherethe glass aid'thii bottle SSets "ustie" a-hiccupping out of all time, ?:a o .Aaiwithl a borrowed: half-;owna she, moistens her Where theth mo ans Ireproac, and where ert si x t'ow Se the ofand beneathoia rer is mu al .l Whbere the 'asgest mstIbow 'neath the away, of ' thofool;'t ;j .F : ··. ,WShere3 the greatest of elapteap e'er uttered D7 "Where'tle poisansus Berry bears deadliest fruit, ,i,,rAnd the voice-of the democrat never s:mute ;:i Where the sacked civil' servant for ,justice doth 'Where " lmiiality" sits upon high, "Where the climateis seweetaas the juicsot othe d., Adall, but for politics,might be divine5? {, t 'Tib this had of the. South-can the worlkingman '?Coilicide in the deeds tliathiiiseinisteredo?: .Ij Oh!-msd as the speeches'of.Jerry himself;:;:Au :; .Are those men who. still follow these seekarefor ,`.pelf.. .. , .. , ; i ;n

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