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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 12th March. Before the Mayor, Dr. Molloy, and Mr. Toon, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

HAWTHORN POLICE :.COURT. ! . ,Tuesday,: 12th March:. Before the Mayor, Dr. Molloy, -and Mr. Toon, J.P. Paul List v. Joseph Fletcher;.: wages, 10. Oider for the amount,,and "s. costs. Constable. Stewart v. James Thompson; driving, two ,horses and. two,drays, unat tached. Fined" 5s., and s2. Gd. costs, or 48 hours' imprisonment.; : Constable Grodan. v. Edwin. Arthur rMorris';" hlaving no nanne ;on ..lis dray. 'incd "s: and 2s. Gd. costs, o6r-48 hours imprisonment. ,Riliarid ; Werritt v. Thomas Trotier.; goods,; 7.8s 4. 4d Ordler for the amount and lOs costs:.' - . T;urner Tiller v A E. Biggsi illegalde tention of a cheque 'for 5. Tlhis was a .so?iewnhat complicated case, and arose out of i':lisiniess transactionf between` the do rendant afiinld Mr. Piiririck: There was no frauddiimputed' against a"ny neo but' it' ap peared"'si plyp to lie a business matter of dispite. Tl'Benclih decided thit theyl?id no ;jurisdiciond' in theif mtter, but if all phrties ,vere?iareeable'they had noobjec...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 13th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

ýKEW .IIOROUGHI COUNCiL . Tuesday, 13th Marich." '. `e ry. Present' Councillors. De Mhole; (in the chair); Mellor, rcIarshall; Miller, 'Barnard; Greenwood,,,Bencrafti and, Thompson.: ; -Tl'he mminutes1pf previoust meeting i-were read and con'firmed; and the outward corres pondence read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. F-romi toll?manager Hawthorn bridge, foriwarding proportion of rent.-Received.. .Frm Managqer, Johhlton street .tollfor warding £181 0s. 0d.;, the .proportion of rent due to Kew. -Received. : -' From Postmaster-General, in inijily stnt ting that instruitions hiiad been issued for an, additional.mail .per diy from" Kew, at,4.380 p.m., to :come into .operation on' th?12tli iiistan.Received From iBi o D ndara Council 'saying that thei tender of Willis Bros. ,had been: ac cepted? subject to the approval of the (Kew Council; for 50 yards of metal for"Bu'rke rod north, at '-22 10s.-A . proved of' on motio iiof Councillor Barnard. . REPORTS. ':The PublicWorks Committee report;No...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 8th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

IMEETINGS ,iOF LOCAL BODIES. GARDINER SHIRE COUUNCIL. Thursdapy,8th-March' :::' jPresenCi thn President (a r, Benson) and .Coincillors Lewis,? Lornmer Edsall, Woodmason, Lewis, Middleton and',New-. portl.; .1 :Theminuites of the preious meetin ,,were read '?id' cobnfirmed; and outward correspon" de?ce read and approved: -: .CO.. . nnsP0DENCE.Oc.,,. rromn Mr? Harper,; askings for reduction of: his. "rates.-To be informedd -.that the Council had no power to grant the requestc h'From Mr: Singleton, asking permission to put night soil on'his land, and promising to take every care 'and place it in deep fuirrws.-A report from the Inspector of iNuisances was read;- saying that he had 'bheen ciopelled'to summon 'Mr ?Sinleton for committing a dreadful nuisance on the 1st and 2nd March.-Councillor Lewis said his attention had been drawn to the disgust ingrnuisance by Mr. Umpbelby who had beein awakened out of his sleep by the stench, which was quite unbearable. Councillor Bellin moved that pe...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

LOCAL. INTELLIGENCE. -0 Some time sinceo we understood that the Nuna wading Council would erect a shed near the Shire Hall, in which to put their horses when attending meetings. Especially as there is no hotel in the neighbourhood, some such provision is urgently required. This was apparent on Saturday evening, when the horses had to stand for over three hours hung up to the fence in the terrible storm which raged, which seemed almost like cruelty to animals. We hope the Council, for their own credit sake. will have some such accommodation provided, es. pecially as the cost is not great. We have to acknowledge the receipt of the Annual report of the Ballarat School of Mines, together with a statement of receipts and expenditure for 1876. The report, which is of a very satisfactory character, states that the number of different year 1876 has been 132, of which 61 were in regular attendance during January term 47 ; during April term, 61; 61 during July term, and 59 during October term...

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TWO DEAD MEN'S STORIES. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

TWO DEAD MEN'S STORIES. (Continued fro~ our last.) Off went the brave woman with thebucket through a rain of iron, but just as she was loweringthe bucket whiz went a shot and cut the rope in two; butthe heroine, determined to carry out her object, called a sailor from the guns; and got him to help her recover it. She then filled it, and took it safely down to the bomb-proof to the impatient surgeon. Nor did the brave woman rest here; she' carried sand-bags to repair the battery, handed up ammunition, and supplied the men at the' guns at intervals with wine and water, and when the other two women, who had been grovelling down in the bomb-proof- in hysterics from the first opening of the fire, were taken away, she refused to go. Next morning, the powder and shot being ex. hausted, our firing ceased, and the French, seeing the fort was half broken up, sent down a strong force to fitileh the job at one blow. :The heroine was at her poest when the English mustered to receive their enemie...

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PROFESSOR PEARSON AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

PROFESSOR PEA?SON AT RIAW. THORN. On Thursday evening last, Protesser Pearson addressed a meeting of the electers of Boroondara at the IHawthorn Town lail, Mr. J. H. Knipe in the chair. The hall was well filled; and upon the Profeseor being introduced by the Chairman lie was received with loud applause. He then said that when he appeared before the electors on a previous occasion he camne qjite n prepared to speak, and that lie had left many things unsaid which lie wished tosar. He wished now to speak on the subj:ct of Protection and Free Trade, on that subject his views were very easily told. He was, as they all knew, a free trader, he did not necessarily think that Free Trade was always the one subject of the time. It was said of a great German Emperor thla h-oal.rays wanted to take a second stepl before lihe took the first, and he believed that if they dealt with Free Trade noa before the Land Tax was settled they would be taking the second step before the first. It was quite cer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

.:ý 'ý-. - - DAINDERNONG TURF CLUB ANNUAL RACES. To be held at tho New Course, Whetham's Paddock, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 22nd and 23rd MARCH, 1877. President-Lieont. Colonel T. Bruceo utton, J.P. . Stewards: Mr. F. Hondersoii:n . Mr. F. Row Mr. T. Rossiter Mr. Johnu Munday Mr. F. Poole Mr. Joseph Clarke Mr. M. Egan I Mr. G. M. Abbott. Judge-Mr. Thomas Rossiter. Starter-Mr. F. Row. Clerk of Course--Mr. James John Whetham. Handicaplper-Mr. George Savory. Clerk of Scales-Mr. Charles Davies. Hon: Secretary and Treasurer-Mr. Aisgustus W. Rodd. Night of general entry-Tuesday, March 20th, at 8 o'clock. FIRST DAY. To start at 1 o'clock sharp. let race. MAIDEN PLATE, Of 15 eors. One mile and a half. Weight for age. For all horses that have never won an advertised prize of £10 and over. Entrance, 30s. "2. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of £20. .About two miles. Nominations closed Weights declared in" The Australasian" of 10th March. Acceptances, with £1, must be completed on the night of general entry, ...

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NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, March 10.       Present:— Councillors Keogh, Mayne, Dalzel and Fisher. Shortly after the hour of ineeting Co nicillor Elling?iorth entered the li'l, blt did n/ot take his seat, wIhein it was., moved ,by Counicillor 'Ma3 neo. aiil so' 'conded by Councillor Dalzcll that Councillor oKeogli 'take the clihai; which ,being carried, Cobincillor "IKeoli took the chair. Cotin oil:er FIlini-worth objected - to' the action takenl' os lies ' did not consider hiilself present, anid~'aotld hnot' take his seat' if Counlcillor Keogli .ws to be in the chair. tHe theln lef..t the hall.-Couiicillor Collins lid l bii'd sent for, ;aid" shortly' afteriari?ls arrived m:iid foir some time lie also declined t'ie dntertlth' a li; but' eivenitually 'did so, anid as 'ho'iorled a'iuorim, biusinesss pro ceeded'llC--iiuncillor l?lingivortli hiaided in ia written protest against business proceeding; on the ground that :there was' niot a quo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. The Argus of Tuesday says.-" An effec tual mode of silencin-g a too inquisitive questioner of a candidate was practised at Mr. Hennelly's meeting at Emerald Hill last night. : After a few questions had been asked, an individual who had appeared dissatisfied with Mr. Hennelly's answer to one of his questions, ascended the platform to repeat it. An Irishman, who was sitting in front, rushed up after the questioner, whom he caught by the back of the- neck; and. .snt hinim flying down among the. audience.: lie then stood calmly facing. the audience, and' inquired benignly, "Is there any other gentleman who would like to ask, a question ? '" It was some minutes before anyone else manifested any inquisitiveness." MN CtARLnYLE a0' "DAnwI'NI.s."--The Ardrossan aud Saltcoats Herald publishes the folldwvin extract of a letter written to a frienid by Mr: Carlyle :-"A 'good" sort' of man is this Darwin, and well ineaning, but with very'little intellect. A'li,-it's a sad, a terrib...

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CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday 17th March. Before Messrs Lecky and Paterson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

Saturday 17th March. fBefore Messrs Lhcky and Paterson. Jbln Mupi hy :was- cbargedf .yConstable Clarkgvithls m g. r,drunk. anal ,disorderly, wliiclh v-as'tidhtted. 'T helire ws-'a st?~id conmplaint forthavin?: resisted the police in execution of their duty. Constablo Clark eposedl that; difendaot used ,..inmproper la.uage .to Mrs~ Harris. of the..orningto Hotel: GCautioned; defendant;rbut lhad to take'hliiiniito ctistody r-Defendanit resisted and l kickedhii on the vay to thI lock-up.' A: witness named John Short corroborated thie evidince of the ConsItable.' Defendant said he was drunk, .and: did:not, reinmieier. usinig, n-iproper lannguage:.-For ..the ;first dffence' a fine of'bs.swass.inflicted and 'for: the isecondaifine iid £ The 3ench ex pressing their intention of supportig tlihe police in. executiion of.tlifi duty.:: The Court then adjourned.

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CRICKETING JOTS. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN v. THE ALL-ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

. URIOKETING . JOTS, -0 "AUSTRALIAN" ELEVEN v. THE ' ALL-ENGLAND. This m afitclii'iieh'ilias created so nmucli interest, isas concluded on Monday, and it is'with iileasure ide chronicle the fact in favor u:f'oiurAiistralian tteoii by foity-five rifs;. -: The ' :fooloriing is -the ;complete score : - AUSTRALIA.' uisT 'INNIN0S. Bannerman, 1,1, 2 1, 2; 2, 2, 3, 2, 2, 3, 3, 11, S1, 3, 2,4,1, 2,3.3; 1, 1, 4, 3; 1, 4, 4, 2,4, 4, 1 1, 1, I, 4,1 1, 4, 4, 4, 1, 1, 4 1.1, 2,1,2,1, 3, I 2, 1, 1,1 1, 3; 1 1,1,4,1, 4, 1, 1 1, 3, 4, 1, 4, 2, 4. 24,-, 1, retired Ihurt ... .. .. :... ... 165 Thomeon, b Hill ... . ... 1 IIorn, 2, 2, 4, 1, 2, 1, e Hill,- b Shaw . ... 12 Grgotii D. (capt.), run out ... ... - 1 Cooper: 1-;1, 2,-1,2, 1: 4 1, 2, b Soulherton ;;; 15 Midwinter. 4, 1, e Ulyett, b Sentherton ... 5 Gregory.:E.;r Gre nwoood; b Lillywhito . .. 0 Blackham. 2, 1 3, 1; 3, 4, 1i 1, 1, b Southerton 17 Ghrreit 3 .-2, 4, 2 1,, 2, 1, 2, notbut... ... 18 Kendall, e Southerton, b Sham " : ,. 3 Hodgesb Sh...

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THE HAWTHORN NUISANCE. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

THE HAWVTHORN NUISANCE. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. Sem,-Having road in your last issue a letter callisg the attention of the Council cf. Hawthorn, as well as the attention of the Central Board of Health to the subject under the above designation, it appears to me that it is tile duty of the ratepayers of Hawthorn to demand from those bodies a searching investigation why this nuisance has been left so long unmitigated, when the butcher, imhker, and publican and every other man, have been pounced upon front time to time and unmercifully punished, and have beenmade to remove any nuieance, or, as some would say, sup posed nuisance, from their premises. There has been in the Borough,of Hawthorn a most active and efficient inspector of nuisances, and who it appears is well conversant:with all the sanitorv philosophy and modern regulations of the Central Board of Hlealth ; also, the Council or Local Board of Health has one of its metmbers appointed health off...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

A MARK E T S... .EAsTER? IaTnKET, March 1a--Vegetables : .Udil, is. per doz bunches; beans, kidney, Id to 2d per lb bountets, 4s to 10s per dozen ; cabbages, 2e to 5s do; carrots, 6d to la per don bunches ; cress, water; Gd. to 8d. do.; celery. 2s. do.; cuoumbera, 2s to 3s do; borseradish, 2sto5s per dozen sticks; garlic, 3d per lb; lettuces, Gd to Is per doz ; mar joram, Gd to 8d do; mint, Gd to 84 do; onions, dried 78.:Gd. 6 to 88 per'cwt; do., green;u. d. pir dozen bunches; parsley, 6d do ; parsnips, Od'to l do; peas, 2d. to 2jd. per b1; potatoes, Gs. per owt rhubarb, Gd to la per doz bunches; radishes, Gd do; sage, 8d to 9d do; shallots, 2d to 3d pe, Ib; spinach, 2d to 3d per Ib; Ihyme, 8d per doz baunees ; turnips, 91. to sl. Gd per dozen bunches. Fruit : Almonds, 3d per lb.; apples, desa8st, 4s. to 6G. Gd. per bushel; d,., conking, 2s. to is. Gd do; walnuts; 124 do; grapes, 2d to 4}d per lb.; quinces, Id' or'lh melons, water, 2s. Gd. to 3s. per dozen; pears, 2d to3d do.; plums...

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MESSRS. A. STRETTLE AND COS. REPORT. Melbourne, 14th March, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

MES8RS. A.:STRETTLE AND COS. REPORT! M-elbourne, 14th alarch, 1877. Dairy Cows: -We had a moderate supply of dairy' cattle last week, and prices for really guood cows wore well maintained.,-. We quote, for first quality, £9.to £13; second do., £6i to £8. Store Cattle.-We' have a fair demand for stores at prices higher than those ruling lately, but owners valuations are too high to permitiuany tranisdctiona; We have enquiry foir good"forward springers, alsi young stoek at fair prices -?. . Fat Calves.-Oar supply last oeel was net up et the avwrage, and in prices, in consequene,i ruled much higher than for the, last few weeks.. .We thin they will continue to realise good prices=. ,, Pigs.-The market was fairly supplied, and p~ices were better than they have been for some time- past.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

-FionlIxeN-FOs TOE' TETH AND BnREATI'"-= few drops of'the liquid :, rlorlino. sptiuklnd on a wet tooth-brush prodlices a pleasiant Ilther, which thoroughly 'cleausos tlin teethlfrdtnmall ?iaraait'o or imurities, hardenus tha gums; prevent.itartar, itbop decay, gives to the, teeth a peculiar pearly-whitones, and a delightful fiagranoe to the brelth. ·It removes all'unpleasaant odour ariesig from de'cayild ittli or tobacco emoke. Theo -Fragratit Florilin,' heing composed in part of Honey and sweet Iler?, is deli cious to the laote, and the greatest toilet discovery of the ago. Price 2S. Gd.; of all' Choiniots and Per fumers. Prepared by Henry C. GALLPr.'493 Oxford street, London. G6703omd Valuabla Discovery for the Hair.-bI your hair is turning grey or white. or failing off, use "Thi elexi cia. Hair Itenewer," for it willp'asitlinly restore in every case grey or tohioe hair' to its ortgital colour without leaving the dioagleaeblo smell of most " Re storers." It makeo thte hair charmin...

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MR. DOW'S LECTURE AT TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

MR. DOW'S LECTURE AT TOWN HALL. Mr.J.'L. Dow delivered his lecture en titled "Our Land Acts, a Land Tax, and the Bursting-up Question," in the Town Hall, on Tuesday evening last. There were about three hundred persons present. The Mayor. presided, and in introducing the lecturer, alluded to the land question as the question of, the day. Mr. Dow said that as a writer for a Melbourne journal the subject of the land had been prominently brought before him, and recently he thought he might be useful in placing his experience before the public, especially at the present time when a general election 'was' coming on. 'He had in his leisure moments drawn a large map, and put his views in the form of a lecture,'which he had been called upon to deliver in various parts of the colony. ' Only about half the country sheon on the map belonged to Victoria, the remainder being in New South Wales--in reality it should be in Victoria, by whom it was peopled, by those who had no sympathy with 'New Sou...

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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

SOUTH. BOURKE ELECTIOS. "3ri."r.'; I.SjSteplien .lmet the electors at 'Dandenong. on Saturday 'revening la There were about 150 present. Mlr. iI. Pdivis having been voted to the chair intro. duced the candidate, and asked for himinl impartial hearing. Mr. Stephen said in seeking their s?i, frages he did not come anmoel, tilea i" stranger, but as one who had been acon them many years, and had as great a c:l p upon their support as any other candildate, Two of the candidates lhad represented South Bourke, and the others were youn in politics. Messrs. Crews and Fergnsseo had the advantage of having been in Parliament, but they had seen paid for their services if they ever rendered any. lh calme before them as a native of the colonie: who liehad done a good deal for thinlt colon. It was hard to have to blow his own trampt, but each of the representatives must pl uti best leg foremost. He was one of the first prospectors for gold, which had been ia ent thing for Victoria. He found the pe...

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GRANTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

GUtANTPVILLE' °; `' " '(Fromn' a Correspondent.) . . ..TF l accs.s assuming a very~" lively appearance ,since .the .co restriction has been takcn off.,a ,ortmnbf, the .iland.,. Se lectors a?e ipouringdin everydcay and keep ing 'tnwo partiesof :'surveyors' busy ?."'Tlie old mill =known as Lee's hli been taken up by fMrW Fsram, of St. Kilda, which will -be theieu?s~6 'givin' riiplboymeint to abouit thirty hands and Sixteen"ihor;ses.. "A new block of country has Been opened up east of Bass. river-? which hlias ilitherto been a perfect incognito: i ,Messrsi Dickins l?Monk, and Do,well hav6rd.put Tfedolb to clear ai'road being to give the selectors at the top of the trhbck .a :roid ,out to 'thlie sea-board in eleven mile"s, instead:6f'hav in" to goouird twenty seven miles Iper roiug country 'the former roadhringipgthm.?ithin ten shillings , a ton?.carriage from.Melbourne:to Gratville jetty"--1 Wi lu: ,fs - ""}: s' .- ,i ý; '

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SHAKSPEARE AND THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

SHAXSPEABE AND THE BIBLE. An interesting leure on Shakspeare and the Bible was delivered by Mr. Alfred Miller last Mon day evening in the Richmond Temperance Hall to a .miserably small audience. Mr. Denis Springfield who occupied the chair, briefly introduced the lecturer, who said England was indebted to the Boman Conquest for her national prowess. Thb crumbling' fragments of the Roman wall were evidences of the skill, the energy, the valour, the hope which flooded the land and imbued with a spirit of progress the awakened people. But England's indebtedness was greater ' to ancient art and Eastern lore," as was shown by a graphic sketch of the flood of classics which inundated the public in the reign of Elizabeth, and the constellation of great men which adorned that period, whose brightest luminary was Shakspeare-a constellation which had no equal since the time of Pericles. For this many causes were assigned, but the most noticeable he thought "was the reformation, by which the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 21 March 1877

oCALE O (IF it I ut - 1 OR ADVERTISI;NG` Twenty Words, forOne Insertion; . .. ' .. Twenty to Thirty Words, do ... . ... 2 Thirty to Forty Words, do -... 8 Above Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Dutsonrr upon 'all Advertisements appearing for Three Months: Advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of insartions, or they will be continued and charged for till counfermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior topnblication:. , DIRECT ORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS, 64 Little Collins stree: east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. Butchers PINNIGEH. JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. lIiscellaneous- J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PINNEY'SGRAZING PADDOCK, Pakenham. -Address: 13 York street, Prahran. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Authori...

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