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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

SDurini - the past week Mr. Davis lsh met iie lecdtors at. various places, .iidresplained. his views:?! Oni Saturday nlastlie. held a meet= inn: it the-Assembly: Hall,-: Oakleighe, and was well received .-and lat, the ,close of. his iddmress a vote of.confidence was accorded to Ti S Nmunawadingibranch ofithe Freetrade Leaied held a ,meeting, nt i the 'I'raveller's estI HoteLron osiWednesday, 2nd;-inst, ,to seled a-candidate,j when'tit was iareed: to sutiiport Mr: John ,Keys, and a stiron :comin mittee wasiforinedito:isecure his returnm-. - :MF: John iKeys addressed:the electors- of Soiith B orke:.at O;Brien's ;?otel, -Malvern Hill on .Tliursday; evening, 3rd -;May.... Mr. D. MLeod liresided: Mr.Keys said it had hbeen reportedlthat:in'.private-life he was :a free. 'railr,ilbut on ;the,.platform·i a protectionist; thdefeet:was he liad fore manuy years suppor 'id'freetrade, and while li he. did:not advocato now:thelrotal abolition :of customs duties, he beliieveditmanyliofi?itliemr!mig...

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AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

AM ATEBTR., E?NT\ERTAIN\ ENT S AT. CHELTENHlIAM. IA ;kpleasant' reunion took place in : the, Mechanics Institute, Cheltenham, on Mon day ,.vening .the- 30th ult., when a miscel laneous entertiinuiment was! given by a number of local amateurs. The. programme was -well i'airanged; and. too ,much credit cannot be: givoen to Mr. Corstorphant and. the other members of'.the committee for the m?anner in, hich it was carried out:: Songs both qomic andt sentimental, were -given by .rs,. Wallace, MrsO.;Claiundy, Mr. Miles, Mr. Wallace, snd Mr. Speare, all of which" woere highlily applided by3 the ' idience. But the crowning leature of the entertain ment consis?tedin tlite acting of 'an original l'do`al firce entitled '?rThe Tallow·p handler's Fit".dr', Cheltenham, as it mnay.oin;tihe Tenitieth Century," and iin order td' avoid legal proceedings under-theTliheatre Statute special permission had been obtained fromnt? the Chief: Secretary ;for its production. The, following owas the .cast: Capta...

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VERY TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

VERY TRUEE. " Scientific Politician" writes to us to ask if. we knom the reason why so many of the: Parliamentary 'cndidates are like Captain l'ares's expedition? : Of course we do. Because when they tried to seek the "poll," they found themselves "out in the cold !" If this is not the answer, we give.it'up. A man was killed instantaneously in Melbourne a few days since through, fall ing off his dray and a wheel passing over his head. In view of the coming elections "a circular has been issued by, the Chief Commissioner of Police, calling attention to section 51 of the Police Regulationo Act, which provides for the expulsion. of any member. of ,the. force who fails to observe the -strictest neutrality in reference to all matters con-. nected with 'politics. -: Particular attention is drawn to the, provisions, made for. the punishment of any police officers convicted of any attempt to :influence or intimidate electors --Age. , IThe Portland Guardiaoi mentions that a seam of coal, 5ft...

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GARDINER SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 3rd May. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

DINER SBHIRE, coiwIL. Thursday, 3rd :MIay:: .t The President (Ir: Benson) and llors?Iiddlton;: Bellin ..Wodm Json, eod, Lewis, Lorimer. Edsall: and minutes of previo se meeting were and confirmed. .. ' CORnEsPONiDENCE. petion was read from 'a nuber, of •I ers, entreating the Couincil to prevent soil being used in tlihe Shire, as, it g red the health of the residents. " isance was intolerable, and -if not S ould cause them to leave `their I 'esrs Uumphelby and'. Sellers - tol Sidpport the: petition.-Coun elli S?iad there was a new aspect-in rhich should be considered, viz., 'tO hilikely that the intrioduction tsoil into the :district at all was. ' o cause tylilieid fever.-The -next . was then proceeded with to use nightsoil on his land, and promising to be carefuil in its use.-On motion of Councillor Middleton it was resolved; tlhat the applicaintshavin'g previously abused the permission, his application be refused. From Shire of Maffra, suggesting the advisability of having the -Act...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

Clt BlABOURET 8 .SHIRE` JOo OIL''t: Saturday, May 5: present :-The President (Janies !Lecky,; a .), and Councillors Facey, Greanes;:Pnt teoln, Lecky, jun., Crichton?':lHovward, Iloesiter, and Poole. 'Tl'e mintes of previous meetin were read and confirmed. lThe Finance Committee's Report, recom 1nendin' payments, amonnting to £40, was ?,;ntraed and adopted. 7The Secretary's outward correspondence eas rea:l and approved of. connESPONDENCE. : From Government Statist, stating; that he serictltural statistics received from the hire showted that for last year there were 21O0 acres less and elevenholdings more t?in i the previous year; asking that the n-tter shoull be explained.--The Secretary x pn:ined that the Collector had omitted Quail Island, in compiling his -returne. Cullector to remedy any discrepancy. Fromo Central Board of Health, enclosing a~tructions for the Health Officer.-Couun illor Poole moved that the Health Officer at once requested to forward the returns ecess ry, &a...

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EXTRACTS FROM MELBOURNE "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

aEXTRACTS FROiM lIELBOURNE.i "PUNCH." Youn' AVEAGE CANDIDATE.- Our fiiiny 'contemporary is somnewhatisevere in last issue on Parliamentarycandidates. He gives' etchings of several, and the following are their "sintiments:"-l. He is a tree 'trader'bby conlviction, but he would be no' party io destroying the existing duties, and would 'vote for their continuance. 2. The Education Act, the whole' Act, and nothing but the Act-but he does not see why the Catholics'should 'not: get what they want. 3.' Is a teetotaller on principle-hbut he can iot see why oi earth' the' poor man should not get his beer on a Sunday. 4. :Thinks that' any means should be used, to obtain supplies, bt 'at the'same time cannot justify the "iron hand." 5. Is entirely opposed to paymenit bof members; ?butt,';on the other hand,' believes the labourer 'is worthy ofýhis hire, and 'would vote `for the £300 per annum. 6.. Is thoroughly convinced the UpperHdouse wants :reforming, but would view with displeasure any sche...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

TiIoAT A.'paroLINSe AND Hoa ser s.-All enie6r iig from irritation of the throat and hoarsenees will be'iagreeably' surprised at the almost immediate relief :aforded by the use of "Brown'e Bronchial Troches.' These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at ls Ijd. per box. People troubled with a "backinog cougb," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, can not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial Troehes" are on the Government Stamp around ea-h box.--Manufactured by John I. Brown & Sons. Boston, United States, Depot, 493 Oxford-street, London. Valuable Discovery for the Hair.--l your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use "The Mexi can Hair Renewer," for it willpnsitl?rly restore in every case grey or tchite hair t5 its original colour without leaving the disagreeable smell of most 'B Re atorers." It makes th...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 5th May. Present : The President (Thomas Attenborough, Esq.), Councillors Keys, Rodd, Egan, Potter, and Orgill. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. - - Saturday, fih MayIn Present: Tii' Presideit (Thliom?sAtten-. bl?roigh, Esq.), Coiidillors Keys5 Rodd, Egan, Potter, and Orgill. The minutes of previous meeting and out ward correspondence were read and con firmed.: : - .: .Some discussion. took!,pl.lc oin r'frence to 'aletter forwarded to'the Railway anuitiori ties, asking them to have the Dandenong Creek cleared so far as it was desired:. The question as to cuttinig a'drain in continua tion of the creek- was ;referred to, as, to wlether thel Council wioiild be liable for the' latter.-It was stated that during the recent rains, owing to the barrier' created by the railway bridge, the water in the to*nship was much hi'lher than ever it hadl been before.-The President; suggested that the attention of thei department be directed to the effects of the lat. floods,-: and. reminded that they should not plhice the Council in a worse position -than they were before the bridge was erected.-Councillor Rodd said th...

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THE ELECTIONS. MORNINGTON ELECTION. MR. PURVES' MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

THE E LECT.IONS. iMORNIN'GTON ELECTION. . .MitR, PUV.ES'. MEETINOS. ?? ::' "' On Thiirsday evening Inst u largemeeting, was addlressed by -MIr".i Purves'- at :Bain's Border Hotel, Bervick wh?lich listened at-' tentivelyrto, aid applaiidcd frequenitly, his 'address;:.Mr :Purves :said: that five impor taut years in the history of the colony had elapsed?i since ihe sbecame?;their reprersen tative, and the' present was an important iepoch: . i The past events w:ould probably be--a criterion for. :fiture' guidance.?' :lie: thiien reviewed"political· history:i for the past i three. years- annd': adverted: E to tlie : leading-. febtures?' of -.! Si'r,:' :,Jdiaes ,McCOlloch's speech at Warrnambbol, during? which he ,stated that he:(Mr "Purves) was sorry { Sir; James liadý not made :payment of members a: Government question. °:A. nuiiimber of quiestionis; were. ipuit by -Mr. James Wilson;, tol which replies were egivn by 'Mr. -Purves -.,He. said that he. beleved that thd:: Goverinfiien.t wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

St ,r, U AUVERTISINU rrst rords. for One Insertion ... . Is.. reontrtoThirty Words, do ... . ( irnr to Forty Worde, do ... .. 3s ,t1? fertyr Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if t (hiOne Insertion only. S~re Dl)soear upon all Advertisements appearing for Three Mlonths. Adretirents monet rpecify on the face of them the noiter of insstions, or they will be conjinued and charged fru till countermanded. All orders feithdrawal or alteration to be sent ino? the ] day prior to publication. -• • DIRE O TORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS, 64 Little Collins stree eat, Mlelboume; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. Butchers I'iNNIGEH, JOHN, General Family Butcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. ,liscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle equare, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PI'NET'SGRAZING PADDOCK,Pakenham. -Addreer: 13 York street, Prahran. Surveyors HBILLAND LOXTON, Authorised Surveyor order Transfer of ....

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 2nd May. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., the Mayor, and Messrs. O'Connor and Bennett. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

RIiCHMOID POLICE COURT. Wedesdfay, 2nd May. Before Mr. Templeton P.M., the Mayor, and Messrs. O'Connor and Bennett. TGeorgei Hugmnan was charged with va grancy. Prisoner is a larrikin on Simpson's road. On the 25th of 'April he went into Bole's, greengrocer; with two others named Kelly and"Nevil, and asked' for two'sand wiches. Mrs."Boyle cut them, and he took them up and run away. Mr. Boyle then fol lowed tlein'; prisoner, dropped his plun der, and assaulted: Boyle -and: Constable Sullivan, who happened to be in the neigh borhood.--The prisoner was sent to:gadl for six months. Joseph': Hyndman: was " brought up ::on remand for drunkeinness; and on a summons served on him in the lock-up for threatening the life of -his wife. : Mr:- Turner: appeored for the compliinant. ,The defendant on pro. mising to'leave his wife alone in future' was discharged.' Thomas. Horan was brought up for abh senting himself as an- apprentice "from- his work at O'Farrells tannery. 'The defendant promised t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. -0-.. i !The formal declaration of the nominations in the various'distriets was made on Saturdaylast at noon, but, "as might be expected, excited very little interest. Four candidates only have had a walk over, viz., Sir J. 3'OCulloch for Warrnambool, Mr J. A. Macpherson for Dundas, Mr. J. Service for Maldon, and Mr. J. G. Duffy for Dalhousie. The following are among the nominations made on Friday last: Boroondara, Mr. G. P. Smith and Pro eessor Pearson; South Bourke, Messrs. Higgins, F. Davis, J. B. Crews, J. Keys, F. Stephen,- and J. Fergusson; and Mornington, Messrs. Purves and Downward. One candidate only has to be elected in each case;:consequently there, will be a poll, which will be taken on'Friday next, May 11th. -We have to 'acknowlcdge the receipt of a circular from the Anti-Patronage Association: President, the Hon. J. G. Francis; vice-presidents, Sir George Verdon; Rev. Dr. Bromby, and Professor.Pearson. The Association has been formed in the convietl...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 5th. Before Messrs. R. Benson, R. Hunter, and A. C. Watts, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

GrARDINER POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. R. Benson,' R. Hunter, and   A. C. Watts, J. P. Thirty-seven persons, belonging to the geius "woodcarter," hailing from Mulgrave, Dandenong, and'outlying districts, were   fined 5s. each for travelling without lights on their carts: T S.Healey was summoned by Constable Eagleson, for allowing night soil to be depe- sited on his land, contrary to the bye-laws : of-the Caulfield Shire Council and was fined, £5. This should act as a caution to others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 May 1877

Education Department0 Melbourne, 1st May, 1877. TV ENDERS are invited for FENCING IN the sL ite of State School No. 1508 Hawthorn. A preliminary deposit of £10 must accompany. each Tender. Plans and Specifications may be seen, and Forms of Tender obtained at the School, and at the offices of this Department. Tenders are to be addressed to the Secretary, en ?creed "Tender for Works at Hawthorn," and de livered at, this office not later than One o'clock p.m. of TUESDAY, 15th May, 1877. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. acpd. .- ROBERT RAMSAY, a Ia Minister of Public Instruction; - ELECTION NOTICE. DISTRICT OF BOROONDAEA. IN ACCORDANCE witfi the Electoral' Act I hereby give notice that the following gentle men have been duly nominated as candidates for the Legislative Assembly for the district of Borcondara, Charles Henry Pearson And George Paton Smith, And that a POLL will be TAKEN for the election of one of the'abovenamed gentlemen on Friday, the 11th day of ...

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SELECT POETRY. LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

tSliELEGT, IPOETRY L'JVE. ýO 3155, CA31OLL'E MA 1SON. Ido not ask it theel That tienot lero: . That eni s to e nyreCated; love is freio As God's osenslife, anddof itself doth mrove.. ShouldE Tsoy '',Love;me?"j.,Irather let me prove MyEelf to'bel loe-worthy,;, then let be;..h And pet)olihlt wretehed;shams our sad eyes seeo I "I lody yveig16vn becanie my Levo loves me." Oh, pitifull Haet thou no gage'9:.: .: ?:rio Anotlir't {itongl tiby which t: rate thine own-; No snorth ier-ti'stutorenrer oe-ornetono; To iiiild thy ttemple'of sdeet lhopes upon ?. ; , Heav'n lilp'tiieeat thy need; and give thee streltuth To bhear'li? h'ockil?Ftnal; whn' at length Thire houii ihll'lwrite dbsolnte and uindone ! i'd: Sittingpthis,sweetstillnesls il alone, I thank,my, God that, with my eyes upon. . His holy stdrs, Ican say rverrently.; , I love myjlove,bee~us?n him I sonee Great nobleness, worthyof all.love,; A manly front that daresto face the Right- - That, shouldering truth, stands ready for the fiht,...

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EXTRACTS FROM MELBOURNE "PUNCH." CONTENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

EXTRACTS FROS MELBOURNE ' PUNCH.TEN "!N : ONTENT IENT. DY ONE WoO HAB GIVEN IT OW Lung, long ago, when I was young-' ' When pants meanii future plesaure,: ." ? - The wisdom from my father's tongue I greedily would treasure,. And oft he'd say when on his knee, Child's horse, I uneed' to trot " My boy, strive through your life to be; C : : ontented with your lot I"' :When older grown I went to school And tasted learning sweet, The master taught that self same rule , Adversity to meet, .... . Thie maxim, lads, ' he used to s? " Should never be forgot One thing will troubles drive away, r :. Contentment with your lot I" ,When Iet suhjects used.to gram : . And burn the midnight oil,. A.: nd after all lost my exam.. I grieved n'ot for their toil, SI nd wanted time I'd vainly spent S:Tears for spilt milk I'd not- I had philosophy--ft meant. Contentment with nmy lot. S I'e wooed although I never won : Fall many a pretty loa-, But though rjelcted by each side ! I've never been an as:s, J -Li...

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BREACH OF PENAL DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

BREACHI OP U PENAL' DISCIP'INE~. On Wednesday ay 10thl , at'the Bruns Tick Police Court;.Wm:JamtesT "homasithlie contriutior to'the ?d? gis niew?paper' of 'a series ofsketches of metropolitan' institutions iunder tlihe':'sobiriir ie if "1The a'V gabdond was cliargedmlwitliihaving, "on the j19th Aprili tiiila tte l:te d to onirey` ?,quantity :of tobacco-to one of the`'prisoners' in:ther?enh tridge lock-up. 'The defendailtwe'isi stated to havl been on'it iisit to the prison.,when the, alleged c'offence Ilwas committed.;~l?;r. iSerlaint. Sleigh, appeared for the defendant., Mlucli public:interestl in the ,case wasimani fested;,the court being' crowded Atl: .:tlhe cinimenicementof tthe.,proceedin s BM. Sergeant Sleigh l impugned, thervalidity'of thei summons, submitting ,thatt?h informa t'ion was iincurably ?ad, inasmu?chi as no offence' unler the 4th'section of tlhe Geols StaShtte.1s864.,iwas disclosed, altlioih' .tlhe prosecution; took place undr te same section .I The magistates sere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

Valiuabl- Discovery for the Hair.-lf your hair is turning geyv or white or failing off, use " Thi Mexi can Hair Renewer," for it willp.sitively restoie in every case grey or while hair tv its rnginal colour without leaving the disagteeable smell of most '* Re storers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glaInd aru not decayed. Ask your Chemist for '* The Mexican Hair Ienewer," prepared by Henry 0. Gallup, 493 Oxford-street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere at 3s. Gp perbottle. FLOmLIuNE I-Fon TnH TEETH AND BREATH.-A few drops of the liquid " L'lurlina" sprinkled on a wet tootlh-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stope decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whitoness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. . It removes ial unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smo...

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THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

THE '.POLITICAL SITUATION., The ,l'isi, ofTuesday, in reference to the friint7 osition ofrmatters- political, says : " The Ministry yesterday tendered, their resiinations to His 'Excellency, and now hold office only until the. appointinent of their successors. The Governor isent :'for Mr. iGraham inBPerry ianlentruste?: to? him? the itaskof'formin :the' new-Administrationb Mr? Berry has accepted the duty, and itis believed that within a day or two he iilllibe in a position to ainnounce that he liasconii `pleted his list. He had a consultation;yese terday with some of the meimbers of his old Ministry. Nothing definite~ has yet been decided, but there canmbe little doubt that most of the memrbers of liisiprevious Go vernment will be included in the new one. There: has-=beeni''omen expectatio?n that :. coalition .would take , place between Mr. Service and Mr. Berry; but wivbelieve tlii is very Unlikely ,though Mr. Seivice, Mr GCasey, .and other members ofthe moderate OpIposition party ...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 16 May 1877

Laans:en lai?KET, Miay ItL V-egetabll? :. siet, is iper don biiiehea beanis,kidney,' 1d to ld per i i; boucquetsi, s to 8s per dozen; cabbages, Is to 2s 6d do;l carrots, 6d to 9d per dos buncbte s; cress' vater, Gd. to 7d: do. coler, 2s. do.; cucumehrs; 6d ito: In do ; borseradish; 2s -to Ss per doz' ,ticks; garlic, 2d perlb ; lettuces, Gd,to Is per doz ; mar jornim, Gd to 8d do; mint, Gd'tbo d do; onions, dried 7s.leo 7e. Gd. peracw; do., green, Gd. 'pr dezen baiches.; parsley,;Gd do;, paisnip, 9,.1 1" Gd do; peas, Id to 2d per lb; potatoes, 4s. 9d to 5 per ewe ; rhubarb, Gd to Is per doz bunches; radishes, 4 do; O.a?, Gd to Sd do; tthllots, 2d to 3d pe?ib .;?itiach; 2d "to3d per. lb; 'tyme; 8d pei doz bunches; turnips, 6:1 togd:; per ;dozen baunches... Fruit :;Atlmonds, 2d to 3d per lbt.; pp;es, de.sirt, ,as to 8G "ier iushel;'d;,?o cookting; 3s ito34o. 64''do; .'walnit; 13+ do ; grapes, 2d to 4d per lb.; quineesq, Id per Il; melons;- water, Is.. 6d. .o t s. . per dozen ; pears, i...

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