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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER VII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

Howr `the; Poor Live. "(BY GOrnas IL Stirs e°Aurtlro1 of r on'tb ; rild &cT\U~) ¶l oi-& is rv ito :lcttr d11 ir Worse tliniiillidi± d5(if.Iti"0115 It usual bii o i) hie tined1 cell' rod the fmirt' unA ig~rrs~ril Its fin orture i1( c mini ddtpridte(Ffouir olinug, ridus i·h ith itriles thait iretqrf liOiIry rtiith errtortrl trettt h rilieti rotirels fThe ssrrnrrnrr winsi d} rglo ,l of held-h.crlchild.-e n a? olittle, nite of 'a balifyti.t-wais drawiing 'the' lastt drain of life fromi its mother's breast. The 'd it ;-is bittterly `old:i ot tluiitigh the brokckil casement the ,wi itinl canie everirandalien nu i ,gust~ s s-lowing tOhe Ii?-:,ing end of the ragged cover let ilpi tlo .tl bedo to6 and.fio lile a fthl in lireeze. ThI lie wind roard in the ehiiney, too, eddv ing.idot wninto the ircless, graite with a'lowi hsowlitig noise like the moain of a banshee rouind a all-inted house. To proteit the .lioor i?linali fi from the cold her husbanid had flung'oii it his t ittt...

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THE FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. MULCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

[ i itULCHING. - S;Thoughathi "one ;ttej)ituto?deny. that cov·ring tile surfiice of-te ?iiiiud1 with a' sulidtace thate hades itftein-ed finilching, Miis betiiei:ilt col i p frirtielt few e?'rput i?itn l.cticej Mulehing is a truly ntural ii?oces '; nowhliere ill o the fa1ce of the, eartillni a vigorous regetatitoi 'found in a ii ie surface; here ?di t;here?? k few cacti :or other iucculejitsi iia'} lIe fouliiid springing out of bairen soil or even rocks, butit inever a forest or a mui?dii :?'i tlictheic the surfa;ice is iini ai;,lili?c'icred;i anid the richer the soil theeiinicirthel coivr-. ing, wlich coiinlists if: the dead: and decaying leaves! anid satemsni. of "rasses ind other. herhiceiiiis plantsion--the prairies; whileiii' theforest' thelekaves nid even the brandies Aind bolls of the trees, lom?niipeil }itlh the deliriR of divy scrui orn surufaice :egeh6titwio that may. 'xist. These substances:. forni:aiass hich gr aduallh decays into eg1etable soil contaiisig all the cosnti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

NATIONAL MUTUAL FLIE ASSOCIATIONOF AU ST ASIA,| i LIMITED.) ,, 'ip ' -· - , .? ? i?.? ". ?.. Established, 1869. INVESTED FUNDS TO MEET CLAIMS... ... £900,000 ANNTAL INCOME UPWARDS OF ... ...£250,00. MODERATE RATES. LIBERAL CONDITIONS. iLARGE BONUSES. COMPLETE SECURITY. Special Claims 'of'the National Mutual Life -l.lIt islke·OldestfVietorian-Afutual Ofide"' '' e.....-.'........--* - - 2. It .iatrodced .tle following imtportant features in the practice of Life S'.Aksrance into the Colonies : I.-That no Member's Policy shallbe allowedto lapseon account of the No." -pym'it of any Premium so long as it has a Surrender Value siuficient'ttb iay the Premium overdue. I[.-That no Member shall be compelled to pay a higher Premium on his SPolicy than that set opposite to his age in theiTaibleif.KRates. ]Ir ThntilifeoA d.fi illMembers be takden as at!ndardst Birtlhday. 1V.-Profits are diiided every Three Years. HEAI:) OffICEi: 1 Mairket Buildings, Collinsistrcete;West,'Melboirne.: I' '' ,n t -'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

:; ? a- ?tniake'rs. IFrankstont Bootf .Warehouse.:" Jm REYNOLDS & CO,; PRACTI"Ca'TW"BOOTMA KERS, PLAYNE STREET, FRANKSTON. X LARGE ra mdl re Stock of ladies,. adways~ on hand. Boots of'all Descriptions niade to Order. ..Fit Guaranteed. :' Hand Sewn Work- a Specialty.; . I Repzairs.Neatl?,Executed~, ...' .:: MELBOURNE PRICES. . . FLINDERS..BOOT-SHOP. J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Ready Made Stock-dtways on Hand. Auctioneers and.Estate Agents. AU C T. IO: 0 S. , C. J: FOX & Co., : Auctioneer, Land . Estate. . . ..t Is i to "ondct Autetion ,Sales of Ho'nues,;Lind, irnitntre Stock;l c.,&&c., in anypart 'f tl Country, anid gives his Personal.Attentibn to all Business en trusted to liit . , " Agent for t fe'perial Insurance Co. Rents andi Debts Collected. C.J X:X& CO ., A ONEE'I Rlt ., AY STR.ET., FR'AN:K:S O N'. T. +. DAVEY, ESTATE, AGENT, FRA?RSrTON. B EGS to thank his nurinerous supporters throughout the County of .Morning toen and elsewhere f...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 18th JANUARY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

"Not timidly, nor rnshly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 18th JANIARY, 1890. Trie opening n, p of o;l disrictt by the extension of thoe railwayI system to Stonyiv P'ilit on the on)e h)md, and -Moriifigtim on the tither, min'rks' an luportnut cra not oul in the progress of our Peninsu] in u f,lt f tha olon. at inrge; aid the fatt ihit tw\i lifies jlunctionl at lBaterfns hFJt. Where imlnc who ; till follow thle ounds, ,dt d are telldoml far fromn the death,. were. able to slaughter kaiigaroo at their plepurC , is an evidence of the rapidity with which improvements ire miaide', i our young colony. But while it must ihe a;Idmitted that railway collnllluication with Melbourne (and throughi it with the whole colony) is of the very great est advauntage, it must, we think, also be admitted tlhit ithe excessive fares charuged for travelling on the country portion of the, lines preven-t our scattered population to a great extent freit availing themselves of that, ad vaitage. Quite recentl...

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THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS SAVED. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

THE iAUSTRALIAN 'MAIILS SAVED. ,'Jan. 13.: ,The supiposition that the Aitstralian mil'. had leeln burnt in 'oiiectioin with the railway accident which -took place at Ncbranka on S itrtlay proves to be incorrect. t It has.now. been asecrfaineil that the maiils werie saved. It has now' transpirhed that the Australian mails;Iwereinot sent by the trailv-hiclih itia-wrecked: VICTORIAN BUTTER IN- :LONDON. ______.Tan.:13.... Thirty-five tons of Tictorian .butter, shipped fromlll [lbourne by the I.M..S. Ormnuz, has been isold- in tbe Loido'n market at frotm SSn to 1.04s per cwt;. . DISASTROUS TORNADO IN AMERICA. :an. 14... A terrible tornado has swept over the town cif Clintoiio iii Kentuickv,by, which fifty-five houses were completely demolishel; elC'even~ ersons 'o.iwere killed;, iin. fifty?-thie othiers vere more or les injured...... DEATH OF LORD NAPIER OF The death is'hbiou noced of ]?ild Marshall Lordn Nailpier of lMigdahi, who conuanded. the Abyssiniani ex pedition in 1$bS, Lord Napi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

ADVERTISE~w luba t rD rningtoan Stnlldardk:" l6INTEll and Published aut Frankstou, itstCcot of th9 PenialSla."; 1 THE DEFIES CHAMPION COMPETITION. OF THE ITS VICTORTES EXTISEN OVEri THE WHIOLE \'ORLD. Won 34 FIRST PRIZES IN AUSTRALIA ALONE DURING THE SEASON I887-8, P I' Po,', Is ]'unr.u Co .?hIrIo..bO . ?LIOIt1,: fly -)Y.O~ mI? T-?-rT TOT .TIE "ifn L rnrIITI-rr AUIIT Iiiyu itA I I x TImE ý1VII.. 460 HORNSBY BINDERS SOLD IN VICTORIA ALONE, LAST SEA SON, STAMPS ITS SUPERIORITY, The .SS8 ki.ndea, is Lower in Hleight, Lightcr. in llcifh/t, Liyhtcr ite .,raug/ht thta?t clr. Large Stocks of Duldintes will be heIld in all the ]nq)mptant Districts in the Colony. Paragon and Enclosed Gear MOWERS & REAPERS THE SP CiAL TWIN SUPERIOR O. WORLD S. G. X-o -TER , i RENOWNED Machinery Merchant and Importer, 208 & 210 LATROBE ST. WEST, iOR BY. - Elr lOURlg. * IS OERTAIN DEATH TO ALL ZINSECT P?STS whilst it is lorfootly IrARMLESS to 0ZLD'ENI and ANIMALS. It Is invaluable for protooting...

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PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR AT DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

`PRESBYTERIAY BAZ-Z- A i On Thursday: the 9th Inst. a most successful bazaar was opleneld in the 3Mechanics IistitUtie in aid of the Manse and Church Building Fund. The halt'was tastefully decorated with flags and evergreens, and the large display of useful and fancy goods showeds tat the :la~ies had left nothing undone to bring success to their efforts.- .... ............. In the absence of the Rev. W. 'V. McBride, pastor of the church, the Rev. .1 Callwell, of 3Mornington, as sistedin the opening ceremonies. "After the "ood old hymn?'All people that on eartE do dwell" had been sung, followed by praner, the, rev. gentle man called on 1R Andersoni, E~q., J.P., to open the bazaar. 3Mr Anderson said that ,it liad never been his lot, to tlke iany prominent part in religious affairs. le had been honorcd r wilth a, specill request firom the. - colimittee of ladies who had worked in conniection with the bazaar to be present at the opening. and he was able to tell theni it gave hint great ...

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STONEY POINT TO FRANKSTON AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

STONEY POIN N' 10 FRA IiaroSt ANI) M1EL13OURNE. Stoney I'oint, d(le-7.5I L.Il.-1.4U-(;.5tI Ilasintl, dlep.-S.On.m.-1 I .50-7.0p.m. 9.5. 'l'ynlb, dep.-Si1:; :i.m.-12.:3-7.1: p.m. 9.1-'1. p'--3! 1T Somnervile. (kp.-S.11 :1J3m.-12.11 p.mI. 7.19-91.41. 3l!orniugtoui .uuetion. dep.-KS:25 - .1n.1 .12.1.5 pan.-7.25-1I.47 FLnksgwnrrin. d.-S.:10 m.2.lp.1 7.410-10.1. Ftnutkstonl, dep,;-S.10~lrl~ ·~ 1).111.- 7.=,7-10.1(1. ML1botiri1(. nrr.-10.lOa.n.-3.11p.mu.-9l.17 -11.2(1.

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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. NEW DEVELOPMENT OF THE TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

SCIEN.TIFIOC NOTES. 4--- NEW DEVELOPMENT OF THE TELEPHONE. A correspondent writing in a recent issle of .Nature gives an :lecount of a mechanical telephone of extraordinary power. It is, he says, of .Aniricanl origin, like so m:any other modern.iti ~rovemelit :of exceptional' chai~iteri' Ieing the invention of one Lenuel 3[ellett, of Boston, U.S.A. It may be clearly stated at once that the 'pulsion' instrumnent is absolutelyinde. pendlent of all electrical aids or applialces, and therefore needs neither battery power to bring it into play, nor insu!nation of nmv of its parts to keep them effective. It consists solely of two cheap and siimple ilistrutinents coniected by an ordinary non-.insulated wire of copper, or, better still, of a double steel wire, the two liparts being slightly intertwisted, with ahoutia single turn in a couple of feet. The wire (or "wires) is simply looped to, the instrument it teither end, :the connec tion being made in a few seconds. Tihe instrument consists...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 18 January 1890

MIAILS DELIVrE1ED AT r11 ANI'KS I'OX. Fromt 3forthitgtott-P. a.mt. antd 1 p.m.t Fromt Soitwtvillc antd ]lasts itgo-1 pt.m Fromtd Cowestand San Frod;-tv-1 put. - Wednesday and~n~ Friday-1 pl '·m.

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How the Poor Live. CHAPTER VII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

How tthe -Pjo.or Live,? " (Bi onar B SI Atthor of CIIAIrrFIt III CosriS rE ) Irttcl he l,* fo crlu III" 11~ltlll'lt ll I tiik haphlazar.t from, the ý rtc }hor l of:. ])r. eveniattravtcte p~nI'r1iIneI taIttcI tiol and1 led to i.lqulestionfll;. tlhe Hioue: VJYfl~ I~ililt V ff~1.d~l li~ ut ·irhioliri l) dl}lir1iSrioS or. c tlet-\n :Bobo thic\ Io A'.itouli tc'cut it n rev -V [lr A ta clkl rllprts $iaI, (l \"iiitiiig No 14 hope ll reet fb1 itiidhds, he. fouifd in th e tboiith ffthe second flooI wthe dead hotl)". of is , child wilt; hal (liedt hifteu davsbefo~re: the time, Eof, 1mjit visit.i hen ll; )41111d whichi' ElIItaitiefl 1 1i 6 cubic feet 44f space was. o11441cnpiell iy 1 hit th l n t prts olf the. dea child aind au daigheta eragild thiirteen. veairls lhe body~ wias ll is decointcosril xtati reaslll 1º oiaialgC frorgiuit bm 'im the chilhat ait ill irer per was that'the' father h tdi no 11 lfel:tils ,tol (141 44) id that 11114 fi 11111)41111 half 1114.1 "ti reiider hui the assis1tal...

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SELECT POETRY. WOUDD WE RETURN. Would we return [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

2 SELECT 'POETRY"., '.Wouurd' we seturn If once the gates which closed upon the Were opened wide for us, and if the dear Rmeembered pathway :stretched before us clear. - To- lead ii" back to* youth's lost land ?t When on life April shadows lightly cast, Recalled the old sweet days of childish fear With: all their fadued hopes, ind i brought S n-near` - The far off stramns with which our' skies were' glassed'; t . Did these lost dreams. which wake the soul's lad yearning But live n more and waited our - '-rnirimig Would, we return ? Would we return If love's enchantment held the heart no And we had com. to count the wild, sweet pain, The fond listresa, tl.hlavish tears-but in Had cooled the he~art's hotwounds amidst the roar Of mountain gales, or on some alien shore Worn out the soul's long anguish and had slain At last the dragon of despair--if then.the. Of vanquished years came hlck, iand, as of yore,' The asiue voice called, and with soft eyes h ?guiling. Our lost love liekoned, t...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

(F!ioM. pn? own CORRSV O.Np1" r.) List FIridjY ue haid Capaiptmi Lowe :mong u114 foir tihe plrpose of drilling those whoi had joIIIedil lithe `Artillerv Corps about tube estpblislled here. A good number of the "iwkwanrd squld" turnlitd lp for' the o'casion. .At the close if ,the variousl mlovm'ents, Mr iLwe ex Ic?sed hlil.e-iif highla" satisfied with the progress made. The next drill will take pl:ace on Friday 24th inst. .Ifr 1). llhecler, an .old 'expetienced and well-known tishermini oIfi1aitiugs, got ?lther an mo111 on01 haul in hit net laist week in tihe sllape of two very large porpoises. lie was unlable to seceurelboth so Ibad.to kill ;one; the oither, whihli I iludelstauil iitclsuretl.d about 10ft., Was after ep!isiderable trouble brought inti tile jetty, from whence,; tlhe .nct a"in ! irling, it mits desp)itche(d to the acqnjaripl, where it :n11 lIe saen by, the cr1 io u disl lrtinl in? lia ,llre t:oak -e?lmel)I41d for its reception i 1 An acidehnt, which nlight have had a.f...

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MORNINGTON CHURCH ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

MORNINGTON CHURCH ANNIVERSARY -4---- The anniversary services in coni nection with the Wesleyan Church, Mornington, were preached in the church morning and evening by the popular preacher and lecturer the Rev. Ral h Brown before excellent congregations. On Monday evening a tea and lecture were given in the Athenaeum Hall in connection with the services. Punctually at half-past six grace was sung and ait attack mlade upon the good things provided There were four tables, and each of them were well filled with all kinds of con fectionery, the work of Mr Murray, of Mornington, and the way in which the tartlets, etc., disappeared amply testified to the quality of the tlings provided. The following ladies liresided at the tables, aiind were most assiduousl ill their attention to the w:nts of those present:-Mealamnes Hutchins, Benl nett, Clarke raid Sherlock, andllr the Misses 'a rsenl Allchin and McCutcheon. ' After te thile all was cleared for tlhe popul. ar lecture entitled "A trip roui...

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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

LOCAL MARKETS.' Howard and Scott report:-Cranounrne market (20th inst.):-Very few cattle yarded. Pigs: a fair nuilber penned, which all sold readily at fair prices. Calves:, ai few yarded, ;which quitted at current nrates .. Howard and Scott report:-Dandenong Market, Tuesday 21st inst.: Dairy cattle opened dull at a reduction on ;Lst' iweek's quotations, but closed very firm selling up to £13 7s (id. Young cattle were in fair demand at about late quotations. Bacon and porkers: Very few .yarded, which owing to .the hot weather quitted at low prices; a; fair number of stores were pennl.ed, which sold at a considera?,le re duction on last week's values. Calves: Best sorts sold readily, lnbut edinum and inferior were dull of sale at lower values,

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

FLINDERS AND KANGE, ONG: Meets at Drolnana the last Saturday i. eachl month. PSRIEIDENT: .' T. O. Martin. COUNCILLORa : East Riding-D." Mairs. J.P., . Down ward, J.P., . Stanley. Centre Biding--T. 0 " Martin; J. C. Grifliths, . Brown. West Riding-W. Patterson, B. Aniderson, J.P., J. Cain, J.P. SECRETARY: Peter Nowlain.: STREASUnt:~ . 'i.. TT;BB: ,Mentz.

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. THE FUNERAL OF LORD NAPIER OF MAGDALA. Jan 17. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

ENGLISHTELEGRAMMS `(aisri the M Dlhouri e Papr: ) THE 'FUNERAL:iOF LORBD.NAPIER .. OF MADALA. The re?'ains'of Field MarahalIiord Napier of Magdala are to be buried ini t. i Paul'a- Cathedral;. :.The funeral arrangementia will "be ;on a graid THE DEFENCES OF AUSTRALIA. : ' " Jani17. Sir illiama Jervois, late? Governor of New Zealand, presided at a meeting of the United Service Institute to night,'wrhen a paper was read by. Lieu Colonel ? Eliau, the object of. which was. to lsho? that in ease of an enmergencv Australia should be self dependant. -Sir Wim Jervois urged that there should be unity of organist ationm amongst' the various colonial military forces, and also a united sy stem of military mauauvres at cer t lin conlvenient centres. He also advised thait the rlilway commiunicatioli between all the colonies should be conl pleted as spledily as possible. TERRIBLE FAMINE IN THE SOUDAN. . ......... Jan 17.' The latest intelligence received from the Soidhian shows that:. the' famine ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

' CORRESPOXDENsE. LWe are alwiys reuly to publish vorreslmaindeinli on mitters of interest, but ilo not hol>M ourselres reslonsible forthe opinions expresed by 'our Correspsondents.-En. M.S.1 SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. 'I OITo' EtEDITOt ; ' S, I,-In last week's issue occured the following remark under the Mornington news-" The proposed loan is likely to meet with strong opposition, imtny rate payers being adverse to the shire crippling its revenue for years. to comoe,-and 1 understand a poll will be demanded by tliu opponents" Seeing that only the North and East ridings .werte about.to borrow, and thTitli'iWest" or Mornington Riding did not wish todo.so, but at the saime tilme raised no'? bjection dat the Countcil table, tothe other Ridings borrowing; this news ncane ns a kind of an eye opener, "I understand a poll will. be demunded by: the opponents." 'I ' h:ve nimate some enquiries and found that these was very little fear, .ofj-the'< North Riding ratOpLybrs'.objecting t6 ...

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DEPUTATION TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 25 January 1890

DEPUTJ:Lra' O T 'O Ti' . COI-U IIf.SFIOVA RS 0OF RAIL On O e1ldnesdav last" it h :irge ;i'nd influentild' dplutation 'emh:.isting o?if councillors front the hllire., of Morn inlgton, Crnitbourne, '1 Beiwiiek iid FIerL Tree Gullf; atla number ,of. resiidents froii the Ilacs interstedl aecompaniced by' Mr .1. Bilfoiir,. L.C. and 'Mr L. Smith, Mr '(,umcrmin, ainl Mr Kevs;M.i,.iA's, waited onithe Railwailnwa Coiini ners yvesterday. andl asked that the suburbaiti radius, the limit of, which is at present. 20 miles frioni Melbouriie, shouild be extended, to emirace such pilaces as Lilhdale, Pern Tree : Gulhly, Beacons fielda, lBewick, Olicer;, Frlimkston and MIori'ngotoa It w~ s stated ithat f the colllnrimssolers snollme two years ago, when a similair request' was llmade. to give favorable consideration to it when preparing theestimnates for the follow ing financial year. It was pointed out' that if the application made by tlhedeputation were granted, busines's psople with small incolmes...

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