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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 July 1878

DROMANA. We regret to learn that lat' we' O~rs.°T 'weij Cain, the wife of a very old and respected reYsident and, large llandoirner lin the Ncpean district,' met with a severe accident by which'ehehad 'her iarni broken. ,,Itnppears that Mrs. Cain, who.is anelder ly lady, was, perhaps, indiscreetly, in the stockyard whenlone of the cows charged heri.and in attempting to get out of the way she fell over something and broke her'arm. She was pramply d ondirefully at tended, and we ac glad to knbii tat'she is,progres sing towards recoierv asepeedily asher'agemight be supposed tcadntit'of. '. ', ". A matter of considerable importance to a number of ratepayers of Flinders and Kangerong Shire came before the Council at the meeting on Saturday last. Mr. R. Watkins alleged that Councillor Henderson had made an opening from drain on public land so as to divert the water on to his own land thereby swamping his own land , submerging his neighbours' land, greatly to their detriment. Captain Pidot...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

A party of four Japanese gentlemen have :recently 'arrived from` J'pan witfi i''iew :'to oieaiig'' up {a trade bIetwieeu 'their 'cointry anti Australia.+,hi in," ;:t ;?l; , , , ..'. ,,;,. ' lie ati A ricl 'ciety"lld thfeir 1 rdithlycounci il meeting f$'?ste?da;i" 1Mir' Hauh'Inennon in thechr. '"lh imeet' inn wasn'dflici'lld i nforimdd'"that the Niw"' South Wiles Governameint 'hiid deeid'ed? 'toli retain: the"'piohlibition"?regulations' "is' reYiI nnrdded''lie .importtiotih"'of" stockl 'agiaiist& every codintry excedlt'Gredt Britain; Iielacid;" Canada and the Unitedr'States;, frboiwhich'i countries, stock .would be:. admitted under restri ted regulations after, November next. i;lad'ment ivati\d givebi'ittlih'Eudity"'Coirt" on"Moniday "on'the adplicatidn imade'on'ib'·' half ofbir';:4oel'Burke"Wolfe,'of New'Ydrk,'": the propietor bof ' Udolpho'Wolfe's Aro6mtie? Schiedam,'Schnapps,",, foraniinjunction ito restrain , Mr.+. Henri rJ.,Hart;s.of:Melbournea from" using, the,;distinct...

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DETERMINED AND DELIBERATE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

DETERIMINEDl ' IIDELIBIER&TE SUICIDE. On Sunliday';,last ,a',.woodcarter., inamed Giovanni Gaspara,;residin'- at' Nunawadihg, was "iiforined by his"daurliter Ithai she'. had seen the dead body ofa'd'mi' f lyii, 'heai 'the Dandenong ' Cree;k.;l' aving, . ascertained that such was the case, Gasparo gave infor mation of tlie affair to Mounted-Constible Fitzgerald, whob exmined tliý. ibody; '"nd found that deceased linaidappireintly beifi dead about,,;to, or.i three:,days.r On .the .right wrist there'was a:cut about two inches in length, imniediatey b'hind 'the forefige'r and thumb, and'the"'left "wrist'iwas also similarly cu,trbetecen .the, :forefinger!and thumnb. There wererno signs of any 'struggle having taken plac.ih tin he vicinity;,and the clothes of! the' deceased -'were iuidisturbed. The cuts upon tle!? rists appeafer to?,ha?e been self-inflicted, as ; d, closed. pennife, covered with bloodi was, found,..netar, the body. The body, which was removed to thsdiciieifirid'Ho...

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STRANGE AND PECULIAR DEATH FROM SUFFOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

-tSTRAiiGEiAiND PECULI'AR: DEATHý FROM SUFFOCIATION ' -TAninquesti'as lheld ht'brriihton on 1dn. laylby,+Mr.l:Oaidler, toubliii-g the:'dehth ft ai' manlnamed Heni'rl Hiink;` marikhttardnder 36 .years of age,,lFrdm: the evidence "iad luced it appeared thatu on?Satiuday e-ening. last almarket-gardener named Francis Gominm vas driving along the Pointi?,Nepean:,,rbad wenhene.observed,a: horse, nd drays capsized in, the:road~oay,,,,Gomm,obtained assistance;s und,,?iaying,cut.the; harness,,,:releasedi"the. iorse,.andturned: the:dray~over. A,,load ,of manure, wgas, found under the, dray;,and,,on further examination the dead body of the. deceased.,was discovqred.;bneath theoload of ?..ure{e,tSome; ,short1 time ?previously, de-: ceaspedwas,obpb rred asleep.onhisdray,:and. halt.apparpntlygen drinking.: It appearedi h o lne,; i ziheelsf, ofthe, dray, had sunk, in ad?prepsion on he,sid, of he.roadway,i ,? that. the d?ad.,consequently, over, turned the' hceasei,~becomming',buried b6neati the loa...

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MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

. MALVERN. An old. and respected resident of Malvern named Donald McKay-net with a sad and painful accident on;,Wcndesdav in ?hisivn w ?ardeb:'nHeiiasfin the hcttof liftiin^a piece of Paliffi'tiice (whliich hi'd 'm~oi'e loe spike nails protruding tromit) overa.'dstanding fence, when it slipped from his' hiindand tore thefi'Yi's" it)pssed throi gh i a' i'frialit ful manner., , He; f.i ntedaway?fromiloss of blood and fright, .butithroug~i~the kitiltand unceasin s',exertioins ofta neighliouir iiti'ed Cousins he got roundi ag,in' ,and'iiwas'taken to Dr.. Stokes, had his wounds dressed, and, we are happy to,say, is now " progressing as wdll-as cai be e.xpected uinder th'' circuiii stances. An exatiiilA f tlieconscquences likely to arise from.the;practict .of.,betting onlrace horses, wasimadeliapparent: here on theday after the Caulfield races, when a young man named Johnstbiis?oio :~is~ifre td'on a' chri ge of lunacy ' ]Thel hpoor felloyw cameo. out.,on Monday to the Caulield e:rces, ,an...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

O)PENING OF PARILIA-1ENT hi iTe'secndt session of tile ninth Parl S!m nt of th?,Colony was openel PeSterdl. Siater?nooi· 'byhis?' Excellecy th-esterar Sir'EG'orgoeBownen. The w?nble Uo ern most brilliant, and the attentancencn hn most numerous that has ever yet selh within tihe walls of thle Legislat Cou?n r All classes were well represented, ut thi t ladies and the forein consuls exceeded a anticipation. Outside, when the Gaoreo drove up,;escorted by the Prince ofI WIa a avalry, 'th troops Presented arms and le I large assemblage gathered to-et th ,liim three hearty cheers. Hie waser a Rpanied to the Council Chambers bL cco' Bowen and several members of his famia , Colonel--Anderson, Captains Bull, a i Martin and others. The Inembers of Legislative Assembly havinig been summnt the Governor read the following speech: a ;'Ir. President and .ITonorable Gentlehea i td Legis'ative Council: I Mr. Speaker and; Gentlenmen of the Legihat 'Assoembly: : I lhive called your together for the pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

Si SWIDLERB t ARE: PAiTICULARLY cr' 'v , just! now, attempting to palmioff upon thepubliocertamin imitations, counterfeits and bogus importations pur porting'to be identical with or ",as go-o as ," a stan-: dard inmedicinal bereiage dloiganid favodrably known to the people of Australia;" The'articlesbought to be imitated is the fainous UnoLPno WolrBr ScnIrDADX ARoMsxa o Scntrres. Ask,for and take none, but the genuine article. TnROAT ATFECrTIONS'AND HOAsERBss.-All suf fering from irritation of the throatand hoarseness will be' igreeably suriiprised at the almost immediate relief ifforded by' the use 'of "Brolwri's Bronchial Troches." !These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists, in this country, at is. ld. per box.. People, troubled with ;a ?" hacking cough, a "slight cold,." or bronchial affections can not try them too soon, as similar tioubles, if allowed to progress, ri~iult'in' serious Pulmonary and Asth matic affections. See that' the 0words, " Brown's Bro...

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PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMA SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, July 6th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

PHILLIP ISLAND AND. WOOLAMAI a l 1SHIRE- COUNCIL. , 0 ;Saturday, July 6th. Present: , TfhbPresident{`: (tr West), and 5 Councillors Turnhuill,?,VWatsonS? e ,tewart 'Monk; Suinderland, Kennedy,, Duffus, and Kidd,,A'u .T?. ,ýnIj?; .: ,s:. On motion of.the ,President, .seconded b Councillor, iMonk, Councillor Sunderland was,. appointed Secretary ... pro,: tem,in the unavoidable. abisenceof Mr. Crump:i, The minutes of prevousmeeting were read and confirmed. r.aThe1outward lettersr were3readTandiap proved of. " .tmi a .1Vi'rnGr-ICORRESPONDENCE. i'M +:'-A'letterd.froir S7 R. Jones, askingifor n testimonial, was received: but no further actiontiitkenk' threin. :. . i From Mr. Cheyne, :of; Phillip Island, obh jecting on ,behalf of :'settlers :'of" Phillip Island to an application by'? Mi- .rilbv Woods for twelve acres'frontage of a water, reserve was receivedf aind the Secretary in strncted to write to, the Minister of Land plirotestiiug iagainst Mr Woods'a applicatiob Circular frotn'Public...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

91,arttgt titctEt. - -0 Our columns are open forthe discsio'n of all questions which are nofotofa's`ctarian chara;ter: WTe wish it to be distinctl understood, hodoeier, that we do not identiffy ?? ?nito th? pinioiis ?prease by our corrispo eitd'lt "iomm;unic tons for, in sertid?niiusot aii' dddrjesid?ln'tttoEditdr,; and contain the nanm and address of the writer, as a guarantee of lfaith. .. . Sir,-Itr isra- great gratificationto- some little minde' -ed plo to seeltheir 'nances ih yinto and I think yonr correspondent_signing himself " D. 'innes" is one of them, for he eagerly seizes upon aslhort notifde of a nmeetitngin 'onnectiotn witlh te DrmidnnaSchliool'Iibiisr whieli'hjipeaired' in ynor paper sonlic timne' ho. . Hle admits thbol o recctltess'of tlie'itaitom dents I odde ini thesotice,. blutevidently desire' to bhaed'a lip at, dsoni,:ne'oi tvo persons, piirticilmrlj his'hueceskori aind, vor forimcer reporter. Iln a iiabortive" 'iitejijt 'at'self '"indiantion,' ijid in jain' eiid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

tllE OF C. ARGES "FOR" ADVEITISTIC( ieotrf, for One Insertion . ' .. Wlayto Iorde, do Fr sd do "... 3s. y Fot?. Words, at the rate of 3s. per ich' fr,.ne Insertion onry ' . !y DlpsrorT upon all advertisEements appear ta011ire ments are inserted, at Sconadderaly reduced raties.. ,ojsots must specifv on the face of thmih thenumer o insertions, or they, u-im be con trud and charged fortill countermanded ,11A 'T ude' for ithldra?al or alteration to be Scit in E dh v crIp or to publication- ,; ; .r . F:, Sleieieents can only be disconutined by written orders. IRE'. TO i' , IIOT , Plumber and Gasfitter, 134. Lennox , near the London Tavern Hotel. 10p,' 6Rtitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins street ast, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. : 5tch:es- .:, pITIOER, IOU1 General FanuilyButcher, Rowena Prade, Richmond: , gisellane ons- - - I ..;i .-, J. BOLT, Water Filter M3anifictuirer') 117a Canliran street,' opposite Argyle sqnare, Carlton, formerly' of: 19 .Argyl...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

MELBOURNtilE 11ARKETT. QUEnNI OR CToiotAR'3rAoEPT, Sstiiuoa dy th Julyi heetlhlcs Basil , to 1s Gd. per docn bunclies-' beans ,kidey, ld to 2d per I. 'beet Gd"to1d.01 pe dozen ;'b`ouquets, 4s. to IE. per ado ;'cabl?,?ie; : to 's: Gd0'do?i capsiculs,; 8d0.1r"lb eb: d,-d. G'd: to 8c1. iper do ,e;ot bunncheo;' celery, Ito . to 4s do."i orticlo, o , s'; ? to' 's do:.; per dozen garric 3d opr lb.- lettuces Gd 'to 8d per dozen;. marjomrm, Gd. .per do. bunhs es; m'oii?t' ' to 81d ' d o. on; l 18';ii 'iB"l G':ti . pxarsnips, lId. toli d dd. lil h i, tbp'3' di "i. potstoes,.'"s "to'.o to?s.Gd per ca. ' l- adihe 4cid to ?Id. p er oresbunhes ;.rh rb i, 9. osG do'e;'t, G, d to 8d do. ;lsaUllots ;it ,aerelbt'sspisi s1l. is. 6d. per doz. bunches- thymetGd do. tsurips?-il, to 8d do:. tomatoes is to ls. j.6li..er p rsmt, 'so hru1: cookit"18 , f10s is::do: "h almond's 3d :toh.1k perib.: loimont lG6d tod2s per doz:;' melonsssmosk. ,4s s o Go jis doze ;0 itr, 3s:' to ts.'d do r." l , 1.dlb s do. ; orn...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

!DANDENONG'IfTARKET°' t' 'The flnb cntleri wbieh ,pevoiled y est rdac had: tlihe teffect"f' b ausingE'ii''Ii]nrge' ttbciidbncn"At this market The supply of bacon pigs.rgshsoh,'liit bt suckOhrs nod young-pigs wcrbe in isbuidatd. 'About .fifty calico; wore,pessoed,,,whsicb .let~arscsdysale.I Thie cattle peos were not well stochked. A quo.tihyt of miscellaneous produce was solduulner-thlelssm., mer, incluclng cbeec hýbidecs1.b -Wihe ipsetioncersl are again1 eosupaiaiug gtish latedih of pro. _dutecro' . Ii' 1i`; I 1 7. -/,1.1Cr e r.;o:;D.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

DEATH. On 27th June, Margaret, wife of David Williamson, farmer, Bullcen, eaving a large family to mourn her loss.

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W. YOUNG versus W. HARBISON J.P MELBOURNE COUNTY COURT. Thursday, 4th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

W YOUNreus W HARI3SON JP :?Ix: ""MELDOURNE :'COUNTY TCouRT.: i , Thursday: 4thJnlr' . :The above case whicli was instituted by3 Ir.:-Williain Youn., a'caittle .drover and, formerly an overseer to the defendnont, Ir. Williani" Hariliiston'" .iP: thli well knowrn ,Brighton.ttnnber=merchantr,. annd r--,lir,%e lanuded proprietor-?oni-Phillip Tshl.iltiir' illegal anrrest ii'filfse posec~lition act.,:,tde' by malicious 'fiiod'?ib v ill be in the recol lecti6n of our masn 'readdrs,,hs shiain" arisen out of the police court proceedings iliatoccurred: at Phillip!Islindihnd Griffilhs' Point ii?"'Janiii'rlnt " sa' ':hei'' tlild plaintiff wasaicquitted.??(Lastf Thursday:it .ocdiqiiied the whole diay;hslied iti.asdtried: before His: Honorc'Judge Cope'.andi a (special jury ofi four, consisting of Messrs. .James Wisd,! hairdresser, Prahran, foreman; JosephWSold moen,' farmer," FootscrV ; 'amesd Samuel. Downie, George .Hotel,, Emerald Hill, and, E. Arton'1Bask'ervillel tobacconist, Mel-, bournie. M...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

T'rlie own Clerk of,Melbourne,( MlrZ;itz gibpn), A ivered a,,leoture,,irecenty on: " Cnstitutionial Reform," ',riging,tthat u o *vernment by party wias unsuited to; the to onies and that a simlarjsystem to that of munmcpol bo(ltes uld answer betterl. 1M r. William Campbell the Scotish giant, is now exhibitinr in the Paris I hlibition. IIe is a "nativeof Neucastle-bon-Tyno, ?'liere he has an hlotel Ihe frolowI, measure mients will:' give some idea ofhlia propor tions:Circumference "of chest ' in.-d waist;"761i :. thligh74in. alf ' is '6ft. 4in iin 'eihei ad, though onl twenty three `years'"old' s '~ or withitn 'lbl"of'"the weighlt f tje ifai'o Daniel'Lambert., ', , i 1 Jr.n f 'li'iii u'ti i I1i bli i ii Li Il hhfLa "i up

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

VIItaIl $-_ 1413,130101 toVTI; it i T f " , .a . -ns t roi. n.. :s J n :, : ., , rrrr, , WEDNESDAY, J0ULYr?u10thrlt878.tubmit., TI-E sentiments given utterance to by \IrI J. B. Harmon, an American barrister, Order of Oddfellow.ý,traaI e ?,r in his honor recentlh in-i hllourne, may pos sihl. hv smntf rodreffect in yi ffjii.o?at: ie treser tne. The O a;hr has grown to immense proportions in America, and-is rapidly extending here. The great bulk of the members of.tlli;,)ns';a ilnoat1 't 3Otsh friendly societies,arG-orkin ýmenc-:-, verhap it i3sý nl ffe n nett lob that-:telmtd tlret w.orking_classes _here-than - in---America. During his remarks in responding to the. toast of. Ete,,Guest,it Mt-. Harnon ls 'e ported to have said: "The working -'mha vwhorp .d,- lsf slands rudply oi ca"tal ,pulledise. ..n, capital witi?- o• g but accumulated labor. (Cheers).(',iLahu i . for a single year equallod on -tburtho f tlho capital expended by tl'ose io were?called. capitalists. In this, lie houdht ...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

(rom oer Cerre esiiel.) A? shortLtne ago iir. John yDson- an oldrqseniot mtwtli a serious accidenti?wlt appears ,ithat, he,nwas, A~orking?i nearttlie house, while his sonh'adboyoalhotiteight' years of agepa4 anmusing;!himself with a boi~ ndarro?i;,,the arrow I; hinn?lhluntly tipped'-iwitl'6'ad.iirTle;.boy;iinadverteatly' pointed the arrow in-the- direction of his fatheiriandrstutruok him'with great'force' in'ai porner of hisleye,'eWusiingodtheimost intense pain._?nflammiationsubsequently._set in,. and Dr. Miller, fiodin that the case re rypiý9 @F1 - ceose tt no & oi g Qntl icp hLm to o the Hospital,,which advice was t once acted\'pon .\We'have not yet-heard how the case is progressing. L ThQi.ost meetinagfthe Droman Delaatin Societ}'dhir'eg lte on the 3rd instant, whin it virs6ovlvditop aslDr'.Ieai-fi thbbecomdPr~.r ident. Messrs. R?,?ndirspn, J.P., and G. SDaws were aipoitdd Vice Presidents, Mr. Collie":"c.e tary, and Ca :t'P. Pidolo treasurer. '3d tmitteewa , a so?appointe...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

A corrospondcnt lat-raWdy'Crieli, writes: "The contemplatdpfcha~stbof ~the0iMolobnurti ai.d' lob. son's Bay Railway by-th-Government is looked upon" by men .of.llinaded{o?%opinion in South Gippsland-as a wise and-judicious-strokleof ~ilicy. The want of di?d c d~banln icdtion ,ii the Metro polis is now eferywTic'ro elt,uand any chance of its accomplithxhentlis weldomedi With;iesedii~~d.( neo iet this dilliculty, be, prercome, and 1passable roads made, and Brandf Cteek will 'realise some at least of the wild predictions of its future greatness." " is rumored thnt a real ghost has been seen at J eong, butthsr sdents s iW 1wait for con flt'rStlbon fromi tle usual authentic source, when tlfey; nljpilllbbil e Informled o fa t lto partiuulars of theo.tpovoments of ,the "notorious" ghost; as it S stsifea~lih' it has appeared to a "distinguished foreigner" who will chronicle the details in his own Inmgua?Le We shall be satisfied to interyiew-the golihiin ?nd.]apartmie'nt: suited · for its %e...

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SIBERIAN PERILS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

SIBERIAN PERI LS. i It was at the close of a summer day that a whale ship let go.her anchor off the. mouth lof the river on, which is situated the little settlement of Taousk, on the easternlcoast of Siberia. " Night soon shut in thealready dim~ scene ofbthe shore; but there wis a venturouis'party bn board, who were eager to visit.the, place before the return of daylight; and, as the .sea around was' nearly calm at the time, they readily obtained'the desired 'permission. Of this party I myself wasone. ' "'Twfdboats put off from the ship atthe same time, inold offwhicl I found'myself comfortably seated. Thcileglii' proved Try dark--so dark, indeed, that we lst ' siht of the 'ship before we saw the shore;' but as each boat was provided with a compass, and we had taken the precaution to obtain,, our course. before startin, this gavre us no uneasiness, and we pulled steadily on till we reached a dark spot in the middle of a white line of breakers,' and know that we had gained thermouth ...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL, Saturday, 6th July. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

C3lOUR HE SHIRE COUNCIL,: C Saturday, 6tllh July. The President (Councillor Lecky p~?) , d Councillors Poole, Howard; Pan), Patterson and Lecky iunr. uTher ues of last meeting were ,read 1isco?,d eole submitted report of the' lc Committee, recommending,: pa-' asce amontinF to "937s., includaing sunts pised by the Finance Committee rat June, when there was no; meeting '"Coucil, and moved that the amounts .id and the President and Councillbr sad the mover sign cheques for tlie' •hich was seconded by Councillbr "s.r' ehdafter some discussion, carried. Y1'"t ,orresnondence was read and rared onmotion of Councillor Poole nid Spresident. COR RESPONDENOCE. , From the Secretary to the Melliourne vtom rRailway League, urtng attendance .doleates at meeting to be held in Prali IFom Public Works Department; stating - itednesdays had been set. apart to, tisedeputations--Received. . , rom Dandenong Council, as to extend fhormation on Frankston road for ten s, esking co-operation of Cranbourne r,?...

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