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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

----0 HAWTHORN FIRST TWENTY.-May 24, Kilmore, at Kilmore; May 26, St. Kilda, at St. Kilda; June 2, West Melbourne, at Royal Park; June 16, Melbourne, at Mel- bourne; June 23, Essendon, at Essendon ; June 30, Hotham, at Hawthorn; July 7, Northcote, at Northcote; July 14, Victorian Railways, at Jolimont; July 21, West Mel- bourne, at Hawthorn; August 4, St. Kilda, at Hawthorn; August 11, Carlton, at Carlton; August 18, Essendon, at Haw- thorn; August 25 Victorian Railways, at Hawthorn; September 1, St. Kilda at Hawthorn; September 8th, Hotham, at Hotham. HAWTHORN SECOND 'TWENTY.-May 12, St. Kilda Esplanade, at St. Kilda; May 24, Balaclava, at Hawthorn; May 26, Sands and M'Dougall's, at Hawthorn; June 2, Coast, at Hawthorn; June 9, Clifton, at Clifton; June 16, Essendon, at Hawthorn ; June 23, Toorak, at Toorak; June 30, Albert, at Hawthorn; July 7th, West of England, at Hawthorn; July 14, St. Kilda, at St. Kilda ; July 11, St. Kilda Esplanade, at Hawthorn; July 28, Coast, at Elsternwi...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 16. ORDINARY MEETING. Present—The Mayor, and Councillors Hel[?], Johnson, and Wallen. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 23 May 1877

JMEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. . HAWTHORN --BOROUGH COUNCIL. S' Cdnesda?yJ, May 16.' SORDINARY MEETING. Present--The-iMayor, and Councillors Hel " I'ohnson;"?nd?anllen.:: -'- i " -The' minutes of the' previous mieetinig were . read and confirmed, and outward "orrespon 'f dence was approved " CORRESPONDENOE." :. From A. and E. Burchell as to the drain - igi'bof Johi street, statintha thatthe lato for d mation of that street had'drought the whole of the drainage on to their property, and soinethiig :should he done to, remove their first cause of complaint' tl?y proposed to continue John street to the -creek if the Counciliwould give them r£100.-Received. oFrbii G. Roach,; applying for nightman's license.-Granted.-;l . ,From' G: Pearson? askin for water to be laid0 obiiiiiLydiard street. -The Towrn Clerk wias inistructed'to reply that the Council wvns doing~ its utmost to. get the -reticulation of Hawthorn cmpleted. i ' Frbm the :Central iBoard of hiealth, staa tiny that ,the" general :isp...

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THE FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

.THE FIRE BRIGADE DEMON STRATION. The competition among the fire brigades was commenced on Thursday last, at Gee long, and we regret to say, was marred by several unpleasant circumstances. The eo hibitions of skill took place in the grounds of the Agricultural Society, situated about a mile from the centre of the town, and a portion of the ground had been prepared for the occasion with asphalt, but some of it was unpaved, and owing to the wet, was liable to be cut up. The first competitors thus had an advantage, and these were the Geelong, and the Newton and Chilwell brigades,-who gave themselves the first and second places, while those of . the other brigades were chosen by lot. The first item- on the programme was the hose practice. The Geelong Brigade did the tdsk in good time, viz., 1 min. 13i see., but *were beaten by the Newton and Cbilwell Brigade, which did the work in. 1 min. 15 sec... Both these brigades had a good supply of water, but afterwards the pressure began to get ...

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KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 23rd. Before the Mayor and Mr. Simson, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

KEW ..POLICE., COURT. Wednesday, May 23rd. Before th'e Mayor and M·r. Simson, J.P. Stephen Hanley Wias fined ls., for driving irithout lights.. A similar: case ,against Charles Fletcher was postponed. 'A sumiions :against Constable Douglas, to sheli cause why he should not pay a fine of Li£, and-l ls..costs, was postponed, on account of his absence in Melbourne. W. A.A. Bennett v. George Goodwin; `goods, £6 1ls. 3d. Order for amoiint. Philip: Purcell aniid Lawrence Clark were charged with stealing a swag, the property of George Barker.-The swag was left out side' inhotel 'i"Ntinawadinng and the pri soners walked off 'with it. It was found in their possession:next day. They pleaded guilty, and were sent to gaol for a monthl A man. named Ryan. was charged with vagrancy, viz:, soliciting alms on the public ra:ds. :rhe prisoner, who appeared a strong. able-bodied, man, i.was sent to gaol for a' month: - The Courtrthen adjourned . : His' EBxcellency :the' Governor held; a 'levee on Thuri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

i Valoablhl Discoveyl forili Hair. -Ilf your hair is turning grey or wrhito or falling olff, lid "Tl'h Mexi ian '.lair 1lnnowoer, "? for it willp sitidelyrestore in very: case grey or wrhile hair to itsnrignnal udolir without leaving thle disagreeablu smell of,ms?t l~R-" bnorere." it makes the hair charniingly biautiful,:as well as proinotirig tho'growth of the hair on bald: oaots, wllere the glendas are not decayed::: Ank your Chiniiet'for ''The olexican Hair Rlennwoer," prepared by Heiry .: Gallup; 493 Oxford-stroet, Lonon, aind sold by Chamists and Perfainora eerynwhdro at oe: Gd perbottle.: i?Aov?cc no 1Moonns st?-a you brokeh in yourn rest by;a daick childaulfeiring with he piai of cutting teeth ?Oo at once toola chemit and get a bottle of lth? Winii?w', oothing Syrup. It will irelieve the pour s ifferr inimedietely. It is perfectly harinlnrs and?pl~aian.t to taste, it produces natural quiet, sleep, byi relinhng the child from pain, and the little e erub awaken "as bright as ab...

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THE BUSTERS UP. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

TIIE IIUSTERS ,UP. i : This is a selle of'fancy .poriraltli ¶1 .lorIyoiiioOb'rnooagot' witlh ciitystrong Si'ho prophet of tho poliay of Gee(a)long. ; < 2. Athorn.oy Groresrl i' ayeo-oapother Wriroeh • F.+r Civi .Serrice slavet now, in Re-Trench. 8. esat Grant--the niaci to " shout " and 'n make a noise," . And relative of these two horrid boys. 4. And genial, gentle Longmore-a soul so just, "Some think that Satan has reigned his trust." G. PatterSon, J. B -wilh Barry's "Tioer" curse, A trimmer still is he, and something worse. 6. And Shady Woods-slrhadier still by far Sil ce he took up ihe role of Britihli tar. 7. " The gallant Majaw "-drams ad' gans? and wounds. A rare old general in auction rooms.: ' 8. " Fine fellow Lalor"-although a little frisky And carnot eoven bear the sght of whiskey.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. PARIS, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

ARRIVAL OF TIE ENGLISH MAIL. -0 (From.our Own Correspondent.) - - PAns, April 14. Some gushing writers have found in the signing of the protocal the spring sun and the commencement of the races at Long champs excellent auguries for the exhibition of 1878. As a set off to this optimism is the dissatisfaction of Ganmbetta and his fellow commissioners. of the Budget and the exorbitancy of "Monsieur do Paris," the familiar name for the national executioner, in demanding 30,000fr. for the current year for his department. Though France is ever able to pay for her glories, this is an item demanding, it is alleged, some retrench ment. Roch, such is the name of the guillotiner, has been invited to explain before the Commission how his estimate has run up to the present figure; if le could indulge in some sneer against the Republic he might reasonably count upon a majority of one in.the .Senate, to protbst against the deputies pruning down the decapitation estimates. A kindred subject is. tha...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

EAhas i ManKET;, May 26 :-Vegetables :B rteil, Is per duz bunches; besos, kidney, Id to 3Id per Ih; -bouquets,- 3s. to.9s per. dozen.; cabbages, 6d to Is 6d, do; .carrots, 6d to 9d per dos bunches ; cress, water, 6d.'^ to' 7d: :o.; celery?- 2s do.; cuoumberr , 6d to Is do; horoeradish, Is to bs per doz sticks; garlic, 2d .perlb; lettdtes; Gd to 8d per doz ; mar joram, 6d to 8d'do ;mint, 6d to 8d do; nionos, dried Us. io -1Os per Owt; do., greeu. '6d. per dozen bdticches; parsley,. Gd do ';,psrip s 9d to Is do; peas, 2d to 2id per lb; potatoes,4s to 4e 6d per Cowt ; rbierbarb; 6d isto l'per doz bonch'ei '?irdisheo,4d'do; cage, 6d to 3d dob; ohablles,2d' io 3d pe. Ib ; spionch, 2dper? b ; st be to e d'o d ?Grd?er i iie.eeo?- tme ips, 63. to 8d. per dozen bunches. Fruit : Altronds, 2d to 3d perlli,; :pples, doesert, ljd to 2dj per lb.; do., co king, 2s Gd to Os per bushel; waInut., 13s do; grapes,2d to 4d per lb.; quiines, Id per Ih; melons, water, l. R 6d1. to 3e. per dozen; .ears, :2...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES, : BERWICK SHIRE COUKCIL Saturday, Miay 26. Present: l-The President (Mr. J. Gibh Councillors Dore, Zevenboomlu, uchan and Connor. The minutes of the previous meeting and outward correspondence were read and con. firined: CORRESPONDENCE. From G. Redmlan, asking for a slnauhter ing license at Bunyilp.-Granted. From Messrs Clarke and Co. sharebroker. in reply,, as to purchase of Governme stock,- forwarding a power of attorney as authoi'ty:-Prom same, stating that thile could purchase stock at par.-Some discu; sion took place as to whether it was nece. sary to employ Messrs Clarke if the stock could be had from the Government at par. It was considered better to authorise Clark & Co. to purchase, the amount being smal4 and a resolution to that effect was passed From James Wright, Pa'kenham, ast, payment of rates on land, stating tathet only should pay the rates and have his n:me on the roll. Councillor Connor explained that purchase of the land had not b...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MY BOB, OR INNOCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

SORlGINAL POETRY. MY BOB, OR INNOCENCE. SMy Bob said he would come to-night Exact at eight o'clock, .Ad I've been waiting half-an-hour But still he has not knocked.. rye been to the wiudow many a time, Indeed I cannot rest; I've brushed my hairjust three times o'er, To see which suit :me best. Bob saysthat I have sweet brown eyes, And that he loves them well, Sometimes he holds me in his arms, SAnd calls me his dear Nll. He tells me I've a nice small boot, Which my neat ankle show ; I'm sure I neverlsaw him look, I wonder how he knows. Oh there he come.', just at the gate; God bless his manly face, I'll make him etill a short time wait, S For keeping me like this. " Well, sweet one, I am true to time," ' Yes, yon have come at last; Oh Bob, forgive me, I'm to blame, The clock's a half hour fast." He took me in his arms, and pressed Two hisses on my brow, And oaid that I was not too fast, Which pleased him well jost now. He aid, "Sweet Nell, I love you well, And will, whate'er betido;...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 29th. Before the Mayor, Mr. Toon, and Dr. Molloy, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

POLICE INIELLIGENCE. -0 HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. : Tuesday, May 20th.:?" Before the Ma?ayor,: Mr: Toon, and Dr. :Molloy, J.P. :William IHenry Scholes, licensee of the Red Lion Hotel, Hawthorn, was summoned bIr suffering liquor to :be drunk 'on the renmises on Sunday.-On Sunday week, about .10 ~am., Constable Brennan went into, the pr~mises 'with another constable, and fdund persons there irith glasscs before hliem: To defendaint: I went in at the back door.' Saw. two men going in, anid bollowied them. Am an ordinary constable, aod not a Superintendent of Police. Had no written authority to go in. There wahs Irink in the glasses.-Constable McClure deiiosed that there was liquor in the glasses. -To defendant: I did not see the liquor served, nor paid for. A young woman was in the bar.-Defendtant said that lie was in bed at the time. He always kept his house closed on Sunday. These men came on business.-Gcorge Bell said lihe was in the house on this occasion, with a man naimed Hudson. He...

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BERWICK STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

BERWICK STATE SCHOOL. The competitiv voexmination" amodonthe pupile of tho'daovral State schools of iio Berwick saclbol dis trict" arrnngcdsoomo timo since'bytho Board of Advice, having been completed, an entertainment was got up at which tile prizes were to be given. Thursday evening last having been fixed upon, a very good programme was prepared for the occasion, consisting ot Mr. Cam's panorama, which is always well received,- reeitatios .ansod songs.::The affair came off in the State school, Berwick. The panor, ama was shown, with recitations and songs at inter vala-the whole of the performers were local resi dents, and were well received. The object of the entertainment was to raise funds towards paying the cost of the prizes; which were presented during an interval in the performance by Mr. Murdoch McDonald, chairman of the Board of Advice. A prominent feature in the arrangement was a debate, coiindicted by several of the pupils; entitled "Are the mental capacities of the sexe...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

CRiAEIOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 26. Present: The President (Mr. Jas. Lecky) and Councillbrs Poole, Howard, Facey, Grenves, Patterson, Lecky junior, and Crichton. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. - The Finance Committee's report, recom mended payments amounting to £66 16s. Id., was adopted. The outward correspondence was read and approved of. CORRESPONDENCE. From John Donnelly, asking that a drain be made near his property and leading through Mr. Cameron's land.-On the motion of Councillor Howard,it was decided that the Engineer get a six foot drain cut as specified. From the Eye and Ear Institution, ask ing for donation.-Postponed till disburse ment of charitable vote. From Mr. Lyall, stating that le had for warded the Council's last letter to his Soli citor. in whose hands he. had placed all in formation relating to this troublesome contract.-Received.. - From John Holland, stating that lie had not been able to complete his contract at Toorak, owing...

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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

CLIPPINGS8 FROM PUDCH. The cartoon isenihiled "Tilhe Two Roses," 'and represents .'Jerry Digb h" addressing tile Ulandurong and JI:lldon ~boSe? (Messrs. Casey and 'Service), as fo!ls'iws--" You annoy me-vo annoalyo me very much!' Wilfil Wuisl -Are women called the sup porters of meri bealsse they: are noted for stays? IThe perpetrator of this deserves a: few props-in the eye. It is rumored that Professor Pearson is in favor f coualiscaion the Ilca~ined incre ment, as well as the uneilrned. SMr.I Dwyer, M.., \1.P., might liive gained the Attoriey:oGeneridship bitt for a Trenchl in the way . William Saurin Lysler told me, the other day, that during the wvoleO:of his career as entrepeneur, at the Opera House h he as never taken as nimuchmoney as he colliared durinn tihe engagemenfof Jem Mice ahnd Enimett i o£250 a-ni"ght, runnin'' and' the cream: of society crowdinig his dress circle. P'arsons; in disguise of oldfelt low-crowned hats and plaid trousers, young Christinn men's asso dciat...

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BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

BRANDY CREEK.: - It was but little use to this district for the Government to give its large and in-. creasing population a Police Court, or,, indeed, any other public institution which` is required in a township, ivitliouit providiing a fer roads, so that people'might get to thei township, as .they-cannot be-.expected to' fly. This was clearly enough shown on the' occasion ofholding the Police Court, a few. ddiys since. There are only two local: magistrates, and the Court has been fixed to be held once a month ; but, in such a large district, matters arise very frequentlyl that must be attended to. at once,' and on these occasions the unfortunate constable stationed in the township, has ,to - risk his neck in going, to the residence of one or .both-of-the...magistrates, who, although' both well, stricken in -years,'" have to make theirwaiy, somehow,to thei towniship to discharge the duties"of, their magisterial office. One of these special courts was held a few days since, and; as ...

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BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

]3OROONDARA, SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 23.: . Present?--Tlhe President,' (Mr. G. II Taylor Esq,) and Councillors lHillard, Rob inson, Dillon and Blank'by. The minutes of the previous meetings were'rezid and confirmned, and oihtward cor respondence approved..: CORRESPONDENCEn. :PFrom Snporintendant of-Police,, statin that` tlie Alppoiutment of the Constiable' at 'Norwood as Inspector of Nuisances would be gazetted.-Received. From :Mrs . A. Slater, requesting tihe Council to cut a drain on her property on Canterbury iroaid, at her own expense.-En gineer to attend to the matter. From the Unider-Treasurer, requesting detailed statement of all monies received by the Shire as. fees .for licenses, fines, penal ties and forfeitures, incurred undeir the Act during tire year ending 1876; and that five p r ,cent on the amouiit be paid to tihe District Revenue and_ Paymaster, inahccor dafice with section 111 of, 'tie Licensing 'Act, 566.-The President thought the Acti quoted did not apply t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

THE BICK :ARE OBBDED and their lives imperilled by tricksters who vend and Import unreclifled .spirits, mingled with unwwholeome drugs, either S-attractively labelled as tonies and diuretics in imila tation of a well known medicated beverage, or repre sented to be na good ns or better than the rena srt;ne. The public should demand and take nooe bnh the gentuie, UTDO??'I WOL.'e BCI[IEDAI? A O4eOv 8CHe{a rS5. THOMAS BELL, U :N D E It 'TA K E-R 14 Lennox street, Richmond. (Established 1853.) • F UNERALS condnclted in the most respectable .' manner, and on Reasonable Terms. Hearse, Coach, &c., on hire, and all other arrang ments for Funerals. M- edical. ATTENTION IS CALLED TOTIHE .. ydney Custom-House Notice Of 21st August, 1870, cautioning the public that certain" COMPOUNDS :(Not being tilj Genuine Wol)e's Schnapps),i! Recently Imported and advertired under'the Name of '" Schnapps," To .Alislead Consumers,, and which have' been Analysed by the Government Aalytical Chemist, have...

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NUNAWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

T.UNACWADING SHIRE COUNCIL. : Saturdn . ''day, 26. Ordina ee'ting. Present: The Pre sident :hfancCoiincillors fTaylor, CrossmaiS Aspinal,Collins, Daizell,, 3ayne? Ken' { :T:-,e- minutes -of£ theo previous mcc were read-and confirmed. CORTRESPONDENCE. e sr that sinc April 27tlaho had panid £255 8s. 10d. in theo!Baik'toth? credit of the Council. Fri rrom Mr. Moss, asking for the produOCdo of ithe: ratebook for the North Iidi f the year 1874-5, showing when Mrf. Kitcli enman paid his rates'.up to, .in order to have all disputes settled.- Mr. Moss, who was in attendance, stated .that- adeimand was now made from him for half-a-year's rates over and above what. were actually due.-After some discussion; and an exami nation of the book; 'Couicillor' Keoghi moved that, in the opinion of the Council MBr. Moss had not paid more than was justly due from him for rates.--Agreed' to. From Mr. C. F. Taylor, bringing unddr the Council the case of Cane McFadderi, who erot his leg broken 'outside Wigg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

RAILTON'S FINE SEEDS (New 'and True to, Name) FORWARDED FREE BY POST, Orders over 2p. 6d. Assorted Flower Seedsincluded gratis with all postal orders over os. Send post office order or postage stamps, and by return mail you will receive the seeds post free, at following prices: oC. Oz:s' s. d e. d. Beet ... 0 6 Lettuce ... 0 9 Carrot 0... 6 Onion ... 0 9 Cabbage 0 9 Patenip ... 0 6 Cauliflower ... 2 6 Rhubarb ... 0 Cress "r; ' 04_ Radish .. 0 4 Celery ... 10 Turnip 0.. 4 Cucumber, Melon, Tomato, and Pumpkin, 6d, per packet. Fine Flower Seeds, 2s. Gd. per doz. packets.. Hedges.-Kangaroo Acacia, Gd. per oz. - New Peas (Laxton's Fillbanket), 1. , per lb.; by post, is.' 9d.; being exceeedingly productive, long pod, and fine flavor. - Grasses. - Perennial Rye: Grass, Prairie, Fog, Cockofoot, Ribb, &c..... Clovers.-White Dutchl, Red, Cow Grass, Lucerne, Trefuil, &e. Best selected Eamples, at the lowest prices. FRUIT TREES ! FRUIT TREES !! Large stock, healthy and true to n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 30 May 1877

ECALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. Twenty Words. for One Insertion ... Is . wenty to Thirty Words, do ... .. 2s Thirty to Forty Words, do ... 3s above Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large Dtsour r upon all Advertisements appearing for Three Months. .dvertirsements nmost specify on the face of them the numrr of insovtions, or they will' he continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on.the day prior to publication. DIRECTORY. Solicitors MILLER. THOMAS. 64 Little Collins street east, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Weat tletree road, Gardiner. Butchers PNENIGEIH. JOHN, General Family Bltcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Miscellaneous J. BOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocks PINNET'S GRAZING PADDOCK;Pakenhaim. -Address: 13 York street, Prahran. Snrveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Anthorised Surveyor ...

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