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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

.EioSSTeu?Nt ihA T, Juno 16 =-Vegetables ': Bsil,i o ita boinche eartliebobes, gronid. id.perlb`; bouq et, 4s to 10' per dozen ;,ecabbages, 6d to lWr9e to,; carot 6d to 2dper doa bunces; crr;i-ater, Gd. do.: c'lry? I. 6d' o 3s.'do.; muihrooms, 4d't Gd per lb. ;borradiish, is d to a per d'oz et`ciks; tarlic, d perl 6 leti?eese, 6d t?39 'per'doz V'inr" joram,'6d to 8d do; mint, 6d to 8d do; onions, drier 1s8. to 14s Fper ewt; do., giei! 6d? perodozen bouches; parsley, Gd'do parsaips, 8d to ls do I peas, 2d to' 2jd pir lb; potstoes, do to 5s per ewlt rhubarb, 8d., to ls per.doz bunches; radishes, 4d do sage. 6d to' d do eshallots, 2d to 3d per lIb ;.spiach: 2dper l)b;,thyme, to. 6d 8d per dos bunches ; turnips; "d. t;oSd.; per dozen buinches. . Fruit : Alnmoids, 'd to 8d per lb?.; 'apples, dessert, 2d 'to 3d pet lb. do., cookig 2so Gd to Be per busheli walnuzi, 13s do; grapes, 2d to 4dper lb:; quilicees,d' dpe' lb lemonse, is to 2s Gd per dozen; oranges, 8s to 9 pet case, Dairy Produco...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

PUBLIC. MEETING AT BULN -UL 1 .The,, argcst meeting ever held inj diestrict?iioki'place on Saturday last, 1 Jneii, 'at? ?Love's Hotel, 'to discuss the e. pediency of forming a Shire. Mr. 'a. honey `having been called to the chit briefy stated the object of the meetin, Mr. John Stnrtup, in proposing tho7ht resolution, said he had ridden thirty mni hliirty miles that morning, under consid.? able difficulties, to be present at th meeting. - He recounted what had taha place in his district (Berwick) since te inuguration of Road 3Boards and Shir, of which: he:had been a member, and speak. ing from 'his experience of that distri, where there was not the dense scrub of Buln Buln to contend with, he rooul iccomiimnind themi to have nothing to do with a Shire for some, time. Ue proose "That this meeting request the member fo the district to use his influence to obtaina special grant of.,money to open up main roads to the railway stations, and thatth meeting be adjourned for six months." Mr. ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE VILLAGE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

ORIGINAL POETRY.; , :-TBE VYILLAUE -CCHUII.CH, . I first raw Mry at the village church; - : She aud three others led the? inging there. Being rather late, I lingered in the porch .... : ,Until they sang, and had the morning prayer. Of all attendants I alone was late;t ! flow dif' rent thin to gaudy city life, Where 'ti the fashion at the doors to wait. h Tten raunter in with flower and rirbon? ;~ rif There i a lend ofpure deliglit,"they saniig Aa y aoilnd ~'ge join'd in t he common msong Thn tone,, Beimnt, flrton healthyivoicees, ran And eit dwell theirnipl heirted trong" .,,With love and joy, as from her heart she pour'd To rise trhin morning with her rren .Lrd. ': A perive tenderne, ashoine 'n her face?:',- s , r; Ad deepdevotiin litreiblied on eadh wordcr 0 Eacci word was heard thlroughout the saored place;: A.Ind gratrifu i rnhip;lrpi e that morn to (dod.b T;i coingregation nght the holy flame,: aid' tiiriun litup ip t ihonese of prayer,; 1 Hor 5heet the liniuiiece of the Saviou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

MARRIAGE.     DE LA MOTTA - DOBSON - On the 12ih inst., at Maffra, Gippsland, by the Rev. J. Allen, the Hon. Charles P. A. A. de la Motta, M.L., second son of the Right Hon. Baron F. C. de la Motta, O.D.D.M, R.N., Commander and Postmaster-Gen- eral, Copenhagen, Denmark, to Frances Amelia,   eldest daughter of John Dobson, Esq., Registrar, &c., of Courts, and Postmaster, Dandenong.

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LECTURE ON "AIR" BY THE REV. W. KELLY, S. J. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

LECTURE ON, "AITR" BY THE REV. A lecture on Ai"' tas delivered:'bythe Rev: Father" Kelly, the iwell "known lecturer, at the Richmond Town' ?HIll? on Tuesday evening, ,June :12tl under the auspices,. of the Australian Health Society. Mr. S. V?'Winter;' the Ml[ayor,' occupied-the chair, and was accompanied on the platform by.Mr. ,Bosisto .M.L.A., ouncillor DuFeu, Mir. Dunn. and others." The'; Chairman said in opening the,.proq ceedings "that the Australian : Health: Society was doing good service; to the corm munty. by disseminating information for the pre;ention of disease and the promotion of health. .,It ,had :been estimated?,that pre ventible: diseases had done more to de cimate the human. race than all the wars of history.;! the society itherefore,, .deserved support; it, was entirely kept up by-volun tary;subscriptions, . and if any,- one..present was desirous of assisting it the treasurer was in-the room, and would receive his sub scription. Mr. Winter then introduced the lectu...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 19th. Before Mr Sayce, Mr Toon, and Dr. Molloy. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT.:? i Tuesday, Jun: 19th. Before Mr Sayce, Mr Toon, and Dr. Molloy. Thomas Pierce was fined 15s. with 5s. costs for allowing cows to wander at large.; Samuel Lloyd v. Michael Berry ; .goods, £4 10s. 10ld.-Order for amount with 5s. costs at 5s. a week. John Stratton was fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs for driving without lights.f W. W. Powell was. summoned for having unregistered dogs.-T. RI. Kennedy, Nuis ance Inspector, said defendant was a dog trainer, and there were about twenty grey hounds on the premises, which he said he got from persons in various parts of the country. Witness called two or three times, and on the last occasion defendant said he had the tickets, but would not show them. -Defendant said he had the tickets, but the case was a peculiar one, and in the absence of his solicitor he would ask for a postpone ment.-Mr. Dunkley, called by defendant, said that 'two of the greyhounds belonged to him, and it was entirely his fault that they had not been ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

. ': ;) i ) ! P ;' rrrnfl AiD "1rr ' - l: r WDNESDAY, JUNE" 20. 'i "" 87 aW. questions are oft more importance to local bodies than, that of the continu ance-of-tolls,'and.when it is dealt with in an unstatesmanlike manner by successive governments it is no wonder that thei members of those .bodies cry. out,. ;.Ai theory was esarted'somerii timeUago that tolls are a nuiisance*; in this view a large number of eiuiestrianss'and of those who go abot;iin' vehicles of c.ourse' codncurrd, but those,on. whom :the responsibilitJy rests of keeping the:roads ifnrepair, while adiiitting 'that like all otheir odes of ra ig revenue tollsemighit be inconveni. ent and disagreeable,; said they did` not see how they could be dispensed wiith. A large percentage has, it is true, to be paid foar the; collection-of-tolls; and for this ioutlayi th "publio 'gets! no benefit this tax is collected" bliy means oif the pernicious system which prevails generally in some 'count ries, viz., that of farming but i...

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CURES FOR CERTAIN DISORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

CJRtES FOR CERTAIN DISORDERS. By Joe Muggins. -The follerin', few remedias for certain disorders of the human frame ain't by no means to be sneezed at. inasmuch sa ifyon bhsppens to reside'in'a parish where there ain't no mnedical man, or, no one'as properly understands 'the nature of drugs, you can be your own doctor without havin' the responsibility of keeping strychnine in your posessalon, or beln' called up in the night to set a leg, or to amputate a holler tooth, sand to be your own doctor is far more gratifyin' than being your own grandfather, as eone people reports they il--much more so shellin' peas is easy, but to be your own doctor is far easier:-For a' severe cold on the cheat, 'or .inflammation :of the lungs, take a 'walk for and hour or so every evenin' .aforeyon goes to bed. If it's as wet night, put your old boots on, and get your feet wet; then come home, but whatever you does don't take 'em off till the last thing; repeatin' this 'ere a' few times, it will either ki...

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BULN BULN.—SHIRE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

BULKN -BULNi- SHIRE MEETING. DI ." BY CERBERUS...", . A monster meeting was annouinced toi be lheld atLove' sHtel ~ulin Bulhn on l6thJuidn to.tal e into consideration tle advisability of forming a ; shire. So read placards posted all .over the districtiand as" all" persons interested; in thde matter were ''equested to attend I made it' myi'bsiness `to be present and vote against the shire. The conveners' thouhh that' they iniglit catch" the `anti-shire men nappiiig, but they were surpris'ed-it the "stormi they" had started "''Dee"'! were ' the grinblifgs of perions who had 'come:some five orsix miles through mud'ard water to ojidse`th~e: formnation of a shire becauiei a few persons hadnimade themselves very busy n convening a 'meeting to test a question. tha't they knew would be carried per contra by tblarge majority ; however,' to business. At 'halftpast"'two o'clocck. p.m. the people iver'e getting anxious to see whol :were the -gitators, and as no one seemed to take the lead, by-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

FESTIVAI; OF ST. uJOHN. LODGE OF BSINOERITY, E,.D;T DENONG Bro. A. W. RODD, P E., Worshipful raster MaEsnic Ball and-Supper, Ul NDEIt the auspices ot the W.M.; Officer/ and . Brethren of the above Lodge, at the 30aebnics; Institute, Dandenong, on Monday, the 25th June, 1877.>_Dancing.to commnceatNiny oclock, Admission by tickets only, to be obtiined from Bro: A. W. Rodd, W.L;,T Id. 1Maephereon,. S.W., John Lowe, ..W:, Johin' Dobson, S.D., Henry Powir, J.D., John Keys, Teasurer, and Bros. Joseph Clarke and W oiton Philtips- '"* :_ - _ TIcezrs.-Double,'qotadmit;lady and gentlemaun -1S5.- Single, gentlemen,-10s.64. ;.Ladies, 5s. .__ Brethren are requested to appear in regalia. 02unj . I F. SWORDSQ Hon. Sec. kcO1?LIMENTARY BANQUET ?..?-? . ".nrTý ' •' , 'ames LPurves'EscVm '", ??1 i i ,CONCERT ,AND NTERTAINMENT on ,?qr.FRIDAY 22?n. JUNE, * HAWTHORN' TOWN ~A.'L,..:) By Scholars of State School, in aid of the Prize Fund "al, t ... D WEIGiHT B'Head Teacher BOURKE. NUNAWADING DIVISION. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

ECALE OF CBARGES FORADVERTIBING. Twenty Words, for One Insrtion' i;.. ,:1. Swenty to Thirty Wordsd dob.ne . t .r . 1 2se Thirtto FortyV Words, do3:,-.,_...... a .. _3s Above Forty Words, at the rate of, 3 per inch,:if ^" for One Insertion onrly.' ' A lIrge Dsoocvr upon all Advertiesements appearing for Three Months. ::; .: . 1:.1 .: ( Advettieements most specify on the face of ,them the number of inssrtions, or theywill be continued and charged for lill'.eountennaided. iAll orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publieation. DI R EC:TOR R :Y; Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64.-Litt.e;Collins street east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletree road, Gardiner. ' ' i. v Butchers-' , " t' PINNIGEI,"JOHN,· General Family- Butoher -Rowena Parade-.Richinond.::, r ..:: . -liscellaneous-- . J. HOLT,' Wster Filter atinfa'cturer, 117a'Car digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon setreet. Grazing Paddocks-i .. n a n PINI Ei'...

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BOROONDARA BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL REFORM AND PROTECTION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

,BOROONDARA -BRANCH OF THE; NATIONAL .REFORMf "AND"I :'PRO-0 TECTION LEAGUE.' m...~L eting was hld in the M.U: Hall, Hawthorn, on Thursday-evening last to6 con sider the advisability'. offorining a branche o'bf the ' refoim' league ' in Boroondara1 There was only a small attendancei . ,;.Mr, 'Knipe was called on. to occupy the chairi' i The Chaiiman said' that branches of this league had been established in almdosk"everj district iin'the' colony, 'and'it was" tirou hf their operation that the: liberal party iad been victorious 'it the late elections. Had there been a branch at that time in Borooni dara he felti convinced; that the result of.the election 'there' would have been different; and that Professor Pearson would have been their representative instead of Mr. G;: P. Smith. - The attendance was not laige, but it was larger, than that at the meeting which originally started the Central League. Mr. Dalley, as secretary of the movement, said their failure at the late.election aros...

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THE OAKLEIGH ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

THE OAKLEIGH ROAD;.- A deputation . frdm .the ,Oakleighl.,iYnd Mfilg-rave' Shires-' was introduced' 'to4 the Ministef of Railways' oin Thiursday,by Mr. Fergusson,.M.L.A.; to ask that the depart ment would 'grant tle Shire Council sum of 000 .as..compensation for the dnmange done to the local roads by the passagelof the railway material for the construction iof the Gippsfand line. The Engineer-in-chief had reported against the application on the ground that all the drays conveyin.;-the material had paid toll, and that no doubt in anticipation, of. this traffic the Shire Council obtained a larger amount for the tlgate'.- Mr. Woods said "he considered that the Council had, to some extent, an eequitable claim oni the department, but he had no money at his disposal-. The , best, plan would be for Mr. Fergusson t -try, and have a':iium as compensation placed on the estimates . .. . , ...

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LIFE IN A SURVEY CAMP IN SOUTH GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

LIFE IN A SUtRVEY CAMP IN ,--- SOUTH- GIPPSLAND. -- - . DY A WANDERER.-(NO. 2.) It took us nearly the whole day to pitch the.tents and get the camp in titrim. There ere two large-tents anod one small one, to r g,iiin dditin: to constructing a cooking alley.- i:This was a roiiugh hut ic 'ery sub 'santial affair.: It consisted.of- four upright pioles supporting a barhik roof. -A bar was also fixed on tw'b forks to liang'the billies; 'from, and. 'behind this:: a number of very ragged slabs ,were ý stuck into the ground. This latter device? wias for the Use of. the' cook, and an 'unocnifortabhle.makeshift it musthave ,been to himnona.the cold, dark, rainymiorning"s we hIad. His'duty was to get breakfast ready for us, by daybreak;, as our work usually lay several miles' from the camp. Inthis the poor fellow failed miser= bly--that is, in the opinion of his master. At first'he woke up ever so much too: late; by the time the fire was lit, the coffee and currie made, and the breakfast'ready...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

To the Editor f-the ioUth Bourke and Mornigton JouraLt Sn~,-I had some hopte that we were going to hay' es suijintial bridge In Walton' a latte-and dnot betoreit wag'high tinme, but I have been deceived. "I buliev? Eth' t ihed onitrctor i not doitg:tih oth rk according to specification-at'present. -I don't know much about 'contracting,c but stil},t when I see that piles are. usedfor rthis bridge which,.are; not much abov te ? inoches, in diameter on ,the 1smallest end, when according to specification thepy hould, not be less than thirteen inches-in-diametor, and are only driven-:abontlten feet below, thelevelof,road,,ipteed of fourtecn feet, thenI.eson see, that there is some thing wrong about the business. .I wonder that the Engineer do _not iooik fter the baineass better; hut perhape it is not just the Eongineer's fault that the work is not dane properly., .l'heve seen two or three cuncillore kiockiag abdit'th'e bridge litely..Perhap they are going to act.asengineers for this cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

Iurosrun: oN THY AL r.-The imitation of standard of articles of medicinal nature is a favorite piece of rascality with ecamps'who prey upon society A new crop of medicinal fungi have made their dppearance-some of them imported, and all highly deleterious-which are intended a' rivals or jmitations of the world-renowned UIoLxrso WOrZ'a 8 caIED.x AQ oI acViAXI. WM., TRAIJN ANDl 0,. -Co. SLATE '& FLAGINCG IElltIIANTS.: SiLATE Enamelled 3lantlepieces made on the pre' 1, mites, to any'nizu or pattern froom £2 10s up wards. Flagging of every description preatied foi Shelving, Bordeling .Salt Tanks, Hearthstonese.Bil liard and Curoier's Table Tops, Urinals, Window Sills, &c. A large stock of builders' cording always on hand. 'Adelaide elates; all nizes Slating contracts aken. WM.` TRAIN .&' "CO. , SLATE AND FLAGGING MERCHANTS, IMoray street" Sandridge, road Emerald Hill 02ram7 :r * Medical. -GRATEFUL--COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. IBREAKFAST-. ... " By.a thorough knowled...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

. OOTBAf, LOBLL: - A match was` played-between Melbourne (18) aid IHaivthorn (25)'6n Saturday after noon last on iith Melbourne grdund, and re suilted' in',aivictory for, the 'former by two goals to'nil. The game was starte'd amouit half-past-three by the.balLbeing .kicked off l`hSillett-for Melbourne- ;'the 'Hawthorh players then took it behind the Melbourne goal, and lost a good chance of scoring one.. Hawthorn. from that time had the worst df it, and after aconsideiable ani6iut'?"of :piay" McDonald secured a mark for Melbourne; and kicked the first. goal. By good play Downes got the ball-into a favourable posi tion, and.C. Baker secured.the second goal. Cleverdon, Boys, and- Dillon did good. service for:Hawthorn.? The, ame wasanot played out owing to a misadventure. The ground as usual was invaded to some extent the public, and a boy,. who was on the playing ground;' was knocked down by'a player named McDonald. Mr. McKean, ,the solicitor, who was :present, interfered, and request...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 13th June. Present : Councillor Sayce (in teh chair) and Councillers Knipe, Hellicar, Mol[?] Atkyns, Johnson and Wallen. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

* MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES, -0 HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUtNIL .-,:r * Wednesday, 13th June.:" Presentj: CoiincillorjSayce (in thechaiA and Councillers Kmpie, HIellicar, 3l1ll?i Atkyns; Johnsonh and Wallen. T.he. minutes of the previous meeting ae read aid confirmed. S1 CORRESPONDENCE. Fromii J.:F. Whitelak, calling attentiont[ the i? essity' of: kerling and channelEri 'footpath, in front of. his property in Upe Burwood road, as the drainage went n present on his property, and claiming a rid? :to`grumble when he saw' channelling bet? done where there were no houses.--Refe~id toithe Eiwrineer to report. From tr e Melbourne Harbour CommL' sion, cii,'ng attention to drainage goingi?ia itlieYriaY ; 'ihd askin`g that it be reduceds[ a minimum.-Councillor Wallen moved the the Commissioners hbe.informed that no filt went',into "the Yarra, from Hawthor. Agreed to. From A. and:E. Burchell, expressing di satisfaction at Council's replies to their ls tars on the flow of.drainage in John strees as the...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

:, LOCAL: INTELLIGENCE. It is notified' in the' Goa erte thati3ifr. Thomas Collingwood, of Lardner;has been appointed deputy electoral egistrar for' the /Albertons division"of the Easetor Prioiince and ~iqb B ilB ?-iBli divisieuoiof Sobuthl Gippslsnl 'dietrict;'in the rodnm of Mr: H.C! During th'week endmg June 9th 151 births and 89 deaths were registered in the metropolitan and Iulrantrdidtriots ith re were registered in ,Haw ithoi?'1 birth ed 2 ddeathe, in Ka 1 birth; and 2 deaths (ii th'e Lunateo Asylum), and m Richmond 17 births and sixjdeaths. IJPatrick.j3MSweeney; aged .forty-nine years,ta.sere 'geantof police'stationid at the Richmond dep6t, was admitted to the Melbouirne Hospital suffering from fracture of collarbone. He had been in.charge of i gold ?scort from Gippelaind, aid when travelling if one of Cobb' coaches froni Sale to' Melbourne on Sunday, the coach-came in contast with a tree by the wayside, and he, by being pitclhed to the ground, riueinedtheinjtiry'describcd.'...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, June 15th. Before Mr Templeton and Mr Jamison, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 20 June 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, June 15th. Before Mr Templeton, and Mr Jamison, J.P. James Roberts v. William Wedge ; sum- nons to show cause for disobeying an order of the Court in a matter of fencing, the parties not having been able to agree on the kind of fence to be erected. Roberts had done his half, but Wedge had done nothing. As the order was made in February last that the fencing was to be done by contract, the case was dismissed.     Catherine Reid v. William Reid; a case in which complainant summoned her father for assault. -Defendant was sentenced to seven days' imprisonment, and ordered to pay 30s. costs. William Hayward v. Mrs Campbell ; wilful trespass.-Mrs. Campbell's house was   blown down in a storm one night, and she and her family quietly domesticated them- selves with Mr. Hayward, in the Mor- dialloc toll-house, and being more free than welcome, were gently requested to clear out. This caused Mrs. Campbell to give Hayward ...

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