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

rLinesd:suggested on seeing the fine steamship f ',.; .. Northumberland leave the Hobson'sBay ,Rail w ay Pier, Sandridge, on the 20th June, 1878; I noble ship is speeding on "Over the open sea,:. :, bAnd when her fluttering sails are spread, - (' 'Tis a beautiful sight to see! And she carries' a freiglit of living soul ! A r rAhappy and hopeful band, . 1 And they all areproud of the beautiful ship,, ,ThIi brave Northumberland. cFeew 4ill forget that day in June, ..''Twas a bright and sunnyday," . When the spledid vessel with anchor weighed Steamed out of Hobson's Bay; The hearty cheers, the sorrowing tears, ' Theolast firi'claisp of the hand, ' Thie low, but fervent prayer, " God speed?! " :aThe brveo Northumberland. And she rapidly skims the cresting wave, : Like au bird, with it's wings.outspread, {And'?iany fair hopes are centred in her, But not'one fear or dread';r For we;know she's a staunch and worthy ship, , And she's under safe command, LAnd' ofllcers true and a chosen crew ...

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THE MEMBER FOR SOUTH BOURKE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 July 1878

TIIE.MEMLBER FOR SOUTT BOURK?E AGAIN. I T ro)ploddhir. perseveing gentleman wlio)soow occupies the position of representative of South Bourke, though lie ilbsold at firstahavo been ousted by, the. ElectionsCommittee,eis again at the front as SGovernment tenderer-uotsatisfied witkh his £30i yearlfpo;;s,d lotep sintlg.Not long.,sinc tenders were invited by tlhe Govqrnment .for printing, and, the tender has been given to Mr. Fergussbn's sIhop man; whso is in-no way connected- with the-printing business. Inl1fact:tl,swork,of theI tender is letter press printing, and even M[.L.A. could not do it, as his business is that of lithographic printing. The Tdporapkihcal Journal for June on the subject usnsr(ýTn"Dst' idotitlilthe Goe'orimnhit n alledffori ten" derb~dr `er 't~l' lrihtmg inlte Railli Depllrtment, and although two of our leading firms tendered the sork wa given to a Mr. Ar V.Fergusson5 an em -rli - ,etle m is,,.-i, ,at , 'i, t,.,,ir,,,f Fergusson antdlfoore, prtersi,'and" Fergusson...

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

Shire Notices. SHIRE''; OF! DANDENOI.NG: REVISION COURT.! . .? 6Ol, Diandeiong, of SATURDAY, 20th JULY, at Two o'clock pan., for the purpose of REVISING the VOTERS' LISTS for the several Ridings of-the Shire of Dandenong. A. W. RODD, President. Dandenong, 6th July, 1878. SHIRE OF CRANBOURNE. SCOURT for the REVISIO of the VOTERS' LISTS for the several Ridings. of.the above rShire will be held at the Shire 'Office, 'C?nbl'ourn-e, ht' One o'clock pan.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 17th July next. .. . . JAMES. LEOKY,-President-" SinkEOF PhILLr iP'iSLAID & 1Vo AMAI' I IEREBY GIVE NOTICEtliatthe COUNCIL L of this Shirm ' lL SI~O'as a REVISION COURT. at the Shire Hall, Grifliths'. Point, td revise the Voters' Lists, on Saturday, the 20th July, 1878, at 1 nio~-;i,. .l . t .G : July3 rd ?" ".."S . WST .President. SHIRE' OF :: BULLEEN. lHEREB- f GIVENOTICE Ithait a COIRT fpr ?the: puiirposo'of REVISINGH the VOTERS' LISTS of this Shire will beheld at the Shire Officee Templestowe, 'on' 'o ll??,...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

Our columns ar open for the discussion of all questions which are?no of a sectarian" chararter.') We wish it to be distinctly underitood, hoiwerer; tiat.swe do not identify ourselest with the opinions. epressed by our 'coreso4ondeintstr A1itl comnincamifns' for in. sertion must be'izddJeaed to the .Editor,"and contain the ndniearid'a:drdess of the 'writer, i a guatiantee ot

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NOTES FROM A BACHELOR'S BANK OF KNOWLEDGE. "Audi alteram partem." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

"'NOTES FROS1 A"BACHELOS -BANK OF S"ir"a , ',t ", aiudi alleram parlem." lIIodavisig promised to say. something abou ,Citizen shiliidp' its use and abuse, I beg first of all to remark -:that the term Citizenship is oneofgreatbieadth and b little'dept'h; or of great depth and little breadth, ac' ''ebrding as you apply it. ,If it is supposed to denote' ":ualsfity'pojssessedl by alithe adorlt'male inhabitants'. ien apno;civllzed country, iits extension is large,but if 'iydaluose ittbo~denote:a:quality possessedby rate I payerse only,,tyou gain:in intention, what you,lave hiilost in!'extension::-As the latter:: meaning, of.the S2ti?rniciin be :dealt rwith. wheln we are consoidering lii,, Ratesr,and: Ratopayers'i,I". shall !confine:.:my ni' otiing operations,'! to the,former meaning of the iternt. "?In order to, as .my motto says, "hear both ''sidesd?'! Ishall lierewith give you the..benefit, of a r?t fiwnotesrI" took ,when I was present at a friend's it~hbsso'asout:?amonth.ago. This fri...

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REDUCTION OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

i?, -qIfj tlhd . Legislative Assembly on Thursdai . i'dng,' nrMr. -: L: Smith %rought forward j:hfl~if' no in I- .!'· ; -a,,, :1. That, inithe opinion'of this :Housc, the posltagetnpon alL letters delivered within the colony diof ovictoria shallibe ath, ie uniform rate 'of one .: .;penny., '2. That all ieropapcrs'?pieitd nod liub ,v: lished' in.this.colony.should be post free,'nd that i, thiey should leave, the colony,by sai or' steamer post I free. ,-ilHe said it was unnecessary for him to quote ,Xinany. statstistics.in support;of these resolutions, as he ,s.had' brought them forward iatt different times pre .,a.riobusly' and the. statistics would boe found:inithe i:i reports of his remarks ,on, thoso ccaEions. 'Most slj]ihely he would be met now, s hlie lihd beeii befoi., ,inwith:the reply that .the present wasnot the .piroper '-itimo to ,bringforward this matter. :. Thd Ipresent, iihorwever, was just the right time to do so, as the .session was only just commeneed, aid the ina?re...

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MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

MORNLENGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. A meeting of the Committee of the Dforni?t Farmers' Society, was held at Baiii's Border l1o, Berwick, on Monday evening oast, there Iet present-Mesrs: A. Pattersbn; Duff, Crichton, Gi Lecky, jun., Rutter, Bain, Ridgway and It Bucnsa The President, Mr. A.Crichtoni occupied theel. ' The minutes of the previous meeting werens and confirmed:' A letter was read from' the Springhill and BL. rook Agricultiral Society, asking the 3lornine? Society to co-operate in getting the annual Go.ss muent subsidy' to 'Agricultural Societies incre?d £9000 ;' and asking that each Society obtain th' .istance of their Parliamentary representatirss to that purpose.', Itwas decided toco-operate,andut to communicate with the Springhill Society tott iffeet that'this Society would gladly co-opeteerd suggesting a conference of agricultural soeintal endeavour to have the present system of desta witli' agricultural societies by the department re modelled.' " ' i : i SMr. A.Patterson ...

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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 13th. Before Messrs. S. West, (Chairman), M. Turnbull, and H. Anderson, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

i: GRIFFITHS' rPO1NT.POLICE COURT.' ,. . . "'Satunla'yJuly 1th.-! :l,,i,. JBeforoe 3e ssres."s 'West; '(Cairman),j At. Turibulyl " "' idIf. Adio~ii, 3.P's." " I : J onk v. . Croooke; debt, £7 ls 6d. -Sttled out of Court.. F J. A mnkv. Fi aser; i bt i7l d.o Settod. SJ.ieonk v. D. obson unlafully in possessio q propertyt it,, t a eleq evalue., £2 17-s.Ad journed to next Curt y id J. Carson v. Gilbee, Fa and Co., horse hire, £19 16s. 8d-Verdict for amount A. W. Selman v. Gilbee, Faram: and Co goods, i£4 12sd.-Verdict for amount. Selman and, Uprichan v. Gilbee, rFanm and Co. work and labor, £20.- Verdict for amount a;1 £1 costs. l-sa Courtthenadjourned

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(To the Editor of the South Bourke and M.J.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

(To the Editor of the Soeith Bourke andl[J.J.) Str,-Within the last twelve mnonths about., two hundred: and fifty Melbourno gentlemen -have, under tie 49th Clause, edleted ground in Paken ham,.with a view to-,future idencr. .' ?They orn already expended large sums of money on the land; in fart within theli'st three weeks I'nm personally aware of £1000 hvsig bn ordered The road' in tli vicinity areof the' worst possiblo d`edription, 'ind natuirlly under',the ircumstancecs'itwasre gardedl' aneecssary, that one of their' own nuniber shoiild epresent them ii' the Shire Council:: With a view of accompllishing thisa;saplca~tio'n was.minde to the' 'smenbeis of 'the' Codincil for i"' llig place in, the. immediate neighborhood of the Kaidinia Creek. 'Itsuwas 'the int sition to obtain' a?'epecial traini on the morniing of the eliction" to proceed from Oakleigh to thle i:~pot 'indicated,' aiid' having 'reorded' their votes, eithi reiturn 'or' visit' their selhctioiis,'as a direct rioid'leads f...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

'-M"-'lll'"MELdBOURNE MARKETST. .LifSkocni Ma'ET, , ;Wedneaday 10th July: FeAT Cars: 1350 came forward for the week's 'supply: Prime pens'of bullocks sold at froin £9 10s. to £11 :(a.few odd beasta higher); good do., from £8 to £9; second.do., from £6 10s. to £710s.; inferior, from £4 10s.- Best pens cows, from £6 to £7 5s. ; good do:~froin £410: to £5 10s. ; inferior, from '£3.-FAT C.~vis '150 'came" to -bhnd, and considering the':largo supply, fairo prices were rea lized. r Best sold at froin' 45se. to 50s.; ;.'good from 35s. to 40s.; second, from 25s::to':300.; inferior, from 15S.-FAT SHEEP: Thisimarket was shortsup plied, only 9185 having: come to hand,, the-greater proportion of which were of prime and good quality. Prime crossbred wethers sold at from 17s. to 19s.; good do, froi15eis'to 16s. ;? s'ond do., from 13s. to 14s.; inferior, from 10s.; best c9ssbred ewes from 1i3s.;to 14s 6d., o fewr to [17s. bohr) from !9s. upward; prime memino wethers, from 14s. to 16:: the latter f...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

To the Edilor'of the $outh Bourke and tMoreingtom Journal Sri, Iu your; t issue ou'eoisut Re porter" says: --1. I eagerly seized upn a short notice of a mecting m connection ?with the Dromana School Library, which appeared myourpaper" Pro bably your presentreporter expected I!should not see his report,;but, to his sorrow, finds in my last letter a number of.facts which'he cannot'disprove ; and I have no doubt he isgreatly displeasd with .himself for suich .a listy step. 2. He says, "I admitted the correctness of 'the statekents, but evidently desired to have a elap at some one or two persons." The first statement is false, and I. defy himnto prove it. 3. 'Issan'abortive attemptat self-vindication,-and avain endeavor to.make two blacks produce white, he in trbidce's'i a' prfect'labrynth'ef xitihneons matter." Can he prove I said-anything contrary to fact? I. 'Iiiow canie rather hard: on him, aid Iperhlps will come hirder still:'Your presentreportershould,have counted the cost before ...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 13th July. Before Messrs. W. R. Looker, J. Jordan, and T. Irwin, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

OAXLEIGH"POLICE COURT. , of,! I:!;I ?.Saturday,'18thJuly.i ,i: ": i Before" Ieessrs. "W. E': Lobokei ?'J. Jordan,' and T. Eliblith'Moolie v. Jane 'Browin;' peace iuforma tion.-Bound over-in-her own recognizance..of. £10 for twelve months. Elias Ellingtonev. Cornelia-sBrosham ; fraud summons, £1 18st.17dt . No appearanco of either ah 0. St _rart v. j- d aildauilfilllo ; epillegal impoundin of seventeen hlied o cattle--Diismsed:, ril,:?Samo.v. Sanlie ;cllargingi excessive trespaselrates on seventeen lendt of, cattle.-Order .for the return' of £,3 19s. 4d., and to pay £1 Is. costs. . . WIVW llalin Tollett'simmoned RobrtfLosnginiir for an assailt which'd 'iaifiicted"on him on the 11th July, onotheloccasion'of'the defendant entering the holy state of matrimony. Both parties reside at Queenstown, and in order to celebrate the joyful. event, compTain~;lt iivitlidthii lairikin element of the whole nelglibolrhood. Each visitor was supplied with an empty kerosene tin and an unlimited supply. ...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 13th. Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, J. Bellin, and W. C. Watts, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

4..a MALVERN POLICE, COURT. " .J! ""1 anturdiy July l1th.iki". ~ lefnore, Mcssrs.. . E: Lewis, J' Illin, and Watts, J: P's ,, Constablc, Waters ?. John ,Keefe driving with-. ,ant lights .Withdrawn.:! i , : ", ": '., uSaume viJamceLyons ;',driving without lights." Samc,v. P. 'Louglitn driving on wrong aide of road F.- ined 2s. 6dL IE. G .Lawrence,v. John Foix frid summonos, ;£4,1b2si Gd.O.rder for amount, in default~, bne month's imprisonmcn t.,~ , ,, J ALocke v. James Bice; assault.-Settl1 I Haimah Field.v. William Field; peace information. ,,Constablo,lWaters ,summoned.,Gustuvus Ensidel for allobing, two cowso, to.iander.-Postone?id for fourteen days. , snother.charge against Gustavus Ensiedel for, allowing one cow to wander was dismissed. . Same v.Jlln'i?7~iiieard ;lhaving' no control over, histhorie:! Fined s: or three days imprisonment:, Sainme : Frank-Little' 'having no control over his horse.-Fiiied 5s or three'days imprisonment. iA similar chharge against Thomas Tucker was, w...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

The Dromana Debating Society held its first meecting 'laie ?(!TFiday e?'iidg. i? ;Prssdesnt G. R; ,.Daws delivered an inaugualadd'ress. Messrs.Counsel, Gibson and Howarth addressed the meeting ,upon the advan. tages to be'derived from such a society, and pointing out the. desirability-.of all the young men in the district beeomin? 'nembers and taking part in the' discussions. J.eadings and recitations were given by Messrs. Howarth,?CopunelandCollier, Secretary; and Mr. W. Gibson's'pci?apeiu stentriloquism wereh?ighlyamusidig. Tae neit meeting is to be held on the 19th inst., at 8 ;we. th" qetion, " Whether the proposed libr shall be free, or bysubscription," will be dis On Sunday the new Wesleyan Chapel was opened for Divine Wor'hip.' Ide the morning the' Rev. Mr. Iron side delivered an, impressive. sermon to. a large and atlcntive coniregationo Mr. Coles 'officiated in the after 'ioon, and Mr. Ironside in the evening. On 'both easso?lbna'the building'wsi'iell filled, and the collec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

V...rAV.?,bLE DIsCOWERT1 FOR THE HAB.- If ,your hair. is.turning grey, or .,white; or falling off, nse "The Mexican HairReneer,". for it. will posiitily :restore, in every case gres or white hairtoits origdal colour, without leaving the disagreeable ismellof most,,restorers. ; It.tnakes,,the, hair, charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth .of the hairL on bald spots,;,where the iglands, are rol decayed. Ask your Chemist for "lThe Me~Lin Hoir. Renewer,"' prepared by.Ilenry; C .Gallup, 403 Oxford street, London, and sold! y,Chemists and !Perfumers everywhere, at 3s.6d. per bottle. :. I FLonR? ? !-FoR THIE TEETH AND: BIREATII.-A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled on a wet' tooth-birush produces :a .pleasanthlather,twhich thoroughly cleanses the teeth, fronm ll, parasites ori iinpurities; hardens thb gums,-preventS tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness,' aind a delightful fragraneetothe breath..,It removes all unpleasant odour arisin...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

f 3ourke AND IN da few teeks a bulkys volume will. be issued from the Government Printing Office entitled ' Evidence taken. before.the. Com mission on closed roads," but the use which it is likely tqbe,either to the-Government or the people who inhabit this Colony, is simply nil. No doubt there is the satisfaction of haviing a few thousand pounds to pay for gentlemen travelling over{, the coloiy';?who, with a' flourish of trumpets have made halts at intervals, going through' the ",Judge, and' Jury" farce, and taking the evidence of individuals on, the desirability or otherwise of haviig all roads opened. The action of the Government;, may..be deemed necessary to support other measures taken in reference to thellands' of- the colony, but there seems to be a. display of anything .but common sense in the appointment of the Comhiis sion.--The evidence taken will be so contra dictory as to be perfectly useless, andPar. liament and people will just be as wise as they were before on. the p...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. July 13, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

.?ii',.".MORNINGTON:,SHIREdCOUNCILT? .?r .?, I ; ? Jul y18 1878:; " , i Present: The President. (CoincilofrBaxter, jhun), Councillors Baxter, Young, Jonies;:Downwaed, 'diPeddle; Gordon;lanicashire, and Tiuiner.1' t bimThe iniiutes of previousimeoting were) rdad and confirmed.-Press copies of letters: seit' by?iautdo rity were read. )li :jdtl,: 'etilu 'COIORRSPONDENOl:I. 'i "?-, I/ From the Committee of Publio'Worksiforwardi g plain,landrequestingl that closediroads within theo shire be marked thereon.--Received.; Itwivas mbved ,by Coliiicillor Ydiisig,! seconded by! thePreside , iand;,resolv?d i-That" the .information-asked fdor ' 'given, and thatlcare be taken td mark all the road1. From J. W. Grover, asking for permission to erect a verandah tohis shop in Main street over tie footpath.-It.eaoimoved:by. Councillor Lancashii, Siiconded by Councillor Turner, and resolved :-Tl?t perinssiasonbb given;diubject(to regilatfons relating ito theimatter.,-,!rq ;' , ),? ,:1 , , .a I i- ,(, ',...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

rI 'I~)BERWICKSHIREC, COUNCIL Present-The 'PresidentI(Mr;T. oudrke)Cqun.. cilloeibHantey, aBuc~l an rGbfiib;?rDorc?cfConnor, Nixon; and Collier: '-" '1-:.r t "::,r?nr :,... ) SThe minutes of previonialectiifg week lead and ;confirmed and;outjyrd correspondence approved. .7 ??HTO·: I;,CORRESPO NDRB; CB ·: From Shire'of Swan-hill;, flxing;Wedneday, 16th Au-ust; fo :econfere'nce to be holdr?n that date' in felb'oudne.: Codiuncillors Gibl lid Conioir were op pointed to attend the Conference. : _. From Railways, and jReads Department, ash to lampsat; Station, staing that the request; had bpn compied with Received. , '4From; Then 1 demion ;Secretary: toni Gppsland 1R nailahyLeagueI urging atteantion to "th}: objets of the Conference.-Received. ~F rrom Mayor f ofeltbournire, aiiiig assistece to the Chinese Famine FRnd' Received: ei ,Counciillor Gib?'reported the u result o£f bcrence hcld in Tiown HaRll,-Pihran d eieitlyi p?o positions were brought forward and passed unam· mousloa and i.hbe...

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MY BROTHER WILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

M'xi Y BR' OTHEBR WILL. ' .I remembermy brother so very well ,nq ';The one that is dead and gone; .: i T cili Teninlr irllim very well,: Al V'" h broleir, so big and strong i, A tinder lad there never was it; iThani mvpoor brotherWMill, Who woried all day it tle blaclksmith's shop ., hat'rttiand'on the sunny hill. .,sHe msedeto call me islittle girl; ,.. ; :r:.?-Ai d late.me upbn his knee,-.' . To tell me some pretty sto; , . '.'iTillI felt tired and sleepy, , And my little eyes grew dim;: ,' ,,. 'T: en'i 'd throw my arms around his necki 'il Aild'ýoy"g-odn ýiglit to hlm., -'., ,." ' '.. 1 'And oft on a summer's morning, i 'h;,,TWhen the'day was bright and fair, . ! "iHeb'd thiEd iie into the garden;,' i:; qc lai'i A.i r'i oss ein'niy ar.' "*' ' ,,,,Forth.at.-.as is favorite flower- - - And-ii heplanted 'a mss-rosestre'-- In tle corncroqf mylittle garden, Oh! the happy-hours that I have spent ?a. 'On'his knee I can ne'er forget; . . I,, Ris dear old,face I remember still,i. , 0', :u...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 11th July. Present :—Councillors Lewis (The President), Heywood, Lorimer, Benson, Edsall, Bellin, Woodmason, and Middleton. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 17 July 1878

POPtifl of otal .3i0L s. 1fALE b SHIRE COUNCIL. f Thursday, 11th JTuly. Pte onnurim :0,enson, EdsallpBellia, tWood " d 3liddleton. of previous meeting 'wecreiad nd .1 letter read and approved.', ct ORFSrO.D.nStCa, J:, .:U - John Mcllwraith, Charman of 0 letropo S 31ference sending second' progress i - -that Mr. Green had benappointcd Tho,?ier. The Presideiit stited.what h, lid' ie delegat? at the conference an a short S heb? y Conncillor 'Bellin moved,f and .h n on seconded, that lhisi ats be ap-: ro the Gas Examiner's nappointment be MaeFrd oartin, of:Messrs. Stake and ing that his name be substituted foro M?-. nor qtalification in VWarcrley road.' The p-pPOI ed that the matter 'b.e left ;in the S''.dat ds, sith instructions to put it on, if he-leUsit; if not, to express regret,' but will' p ton tyear.-C rried.To , "" ' John Craven, own Clrkof Pral ran,' lt his Council had permitted an 'alloc?tion ordri;niage ieh northe iendio o o:lidirý no saum had been set apart?for the joint 1ri...

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