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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1873. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Smith, Mouat, and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

EMERALD HILL POLICE CO TOT. Saturday, Shctejiber G, 1873. (Before Ifr. Mollison, P.ii., messrs. Smith, Jtouat, uuil Jfoota, J.t's.) Child. Desertion.—A respectable looking young woman navnod Elizabeth Quiun, was charged on information that she, "ou tlio 16th August, at Emerald Hill, aforesaid, did unlawfully abandon. a certain male child under the age of tiro years, that is to say six mouths or. under, whereby iha life of the said child was endangered contrary to the form of the statute iu such eases made and provided." Proceedings were taken out uuder tlie ,23rd section of the Criminal Statute. Jlr. Fisher appeared for the defence, and In spector Burton conducted'the prosecution. Anne Gayner, 91) Bouverie-strcet, Carlton de posed, — lam a widow and tuko in washing.^ Jvhow the accused as Mrs. Quinn. X became acquainted with hor iirst before Faster last, when she had a room iu my house at 4s. par weak. She told me she was Mrs. Quinn, aud that hor husband was up at Sandhurst. She rema...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FACTS, FANCY, AND FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

.^9PA0TS, FANCY,vAND sm?r .O Vr fltrrrK'-t » V.' Over.the.Way.—The. following laconic inscrip -fion is engraved upon the-tombstone of a person' ■Srho'-had.' lived near!a churchyard:—" Removed -from over the way." : .nlbe: time, ,for reasoning is before .we have ap q)rpached,,near. enough to the forbidden" fruit to -look* at and admire.' i "When a woman confesses, a fault, you may be .pretty-sure.that she has .committed a crime. If men believe that they are superior to beasts, it is astonishing what trouble some of them take to prove the contrary. "Lawyers hare to invent so many excuses' for crime in others, that they:sometimes try topar don it in themselves. Death may remove from us the great and good, bnt the force of their actions still remains. The bow is broken, but the arrow has sped, and will do its office.' An expensive wife makes a pensive husband. A country editor reports money " close," but not close enough to be reached. A four-year-old little boy recently complained that...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBERr 10, 1873. Before Messrs. Foote, Mouat, and Barker, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

Wednesday, September 10,1873. Before Messrs. Foote, Mouat, and Barker, J.P's. Sand Carters,—Lawrence Noaton, summoned by the Crown Lands Bailiff for remoring sand from Crown lands without a license, was fined 5s: with 5s. costs. William Mahoney, Robert Swiley, and William Bouse pleaded guilty to a similar charge on Thursday, 4tli inst., and were each fined 5s. with 5s. costs. Henry* Page was summoned for procuring the abore defendants to commit llie alleged offences, and was fined 5s. with as. costs. " — — JVo Ziyi<;^Cbarlcs Boyle; summonedfor. leav ing an obstruction on the Sandridge-road, was fined 20s. with 5s., costs: . v Debt Cases.—Robert Grieve v. James Thomson, goods; £2 10s., Verdict for the "'amount,' with 5s. costs. William Gretfc v.. Charles Bird, special, IGs. 6d., amount to be paid within one week, with 10s. costs ;• in default ten days imprisonment. \Larceiiyr—Isaac Williams, alias Phillips, alias Charles Simpson, and Henry Arnold were charged, on warrant, ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ELECTORAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

'jy's, ELECTORAL RETURNS. . Tms-':f6Uowirig are the retain furnished for the two districts by the ElectoralB«giitr»rs EHEEALD HILL. ■IiEGISlATTTE COTOCH. . 1872. G&ajeralroll. fc V; <.i. 24 Ratepayers' roll .... ,r...^.,377, •» -t «. » v'^l v» »:» .» ♦?•»*«)■*<» xG?1 1 ^ : Total: ; ... / ... 401 . ; ,j 'r r! /' ;• !' 1873. ' <r „ > General roll ... ... ... ... 35 •Ratepayers' rolli! -:W- ... ... 441 ! ' Total ... ... ... ■ ... . 476 ... 'i^^TnvjUisraasif° • ti - ' • V SK » U V. nMn"]>lU ii j,£y flVi "LiJ ;} tl l> ■; jiax. .■ vir i;ij i'.iot?iAt j ojttlo aai£ii va>; r Creueral roll ... •a3^"^.SIOi;J.'?''iIi280 Ratepayers'-rollhir.tf i&ir.RQ " 'so-WVsvf-iSTM . "iooS •*«>.-»>-•■»« '-• Totai; jr 2997 Geiioral'roll1'''' "'-r4.!.J-v:%1. £?*• 5.f; ■: 424 =.j;:2952 ,-J -ot' ■•': - il-0 iipwsi, ,ilSTt£' (fOfiaitvH '• W (jou'Sral' roll '—~ — rrr~—rti 9 Rat;epayer3' rc>ll ... ^ ... ... -§1 " ^Total V': ... :90 ;■ • Cu. i...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

Holloway't Ointment and Pills.—Wheatver the weatksr is variable, and the temperature con stantly changing, the weak and delicate seed be rery careful to repel the first symptoms of dis ordered actien or ill-health. The scrofulous and consumptive will find in these noble remedies the means of caiting out the bad humors which originate and prolong their sufferings. The Ointment should be well rubbed twice a day OTer the skin as near as possible to the port affected. It will penetrate and act most wholesomely and energetically on the diseased structure. It manifests a wonderful power in remoring all taints from the blood, and consequently in curing a multitude of chranic ailments, which seemed to be almost irremediable.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

Town of Emerald Sill. >&RD?" SCHOONER DISASTER. /is ' v /v lOJUBSCRIPTIONS in aid-of the families of the O drowned men, will be received byOtlie j Council.'! I';.;.; \ Bjoraer, : JAMES ETILLE, Town Clerk. -Soroush, of Saadridge. BYE-LAW No. 27.—Notice is hereby given, j that the ENCLOSURE provided by the I Council for the keeping and custody of GOATS j -JB^situate at the rear of the Borough Chambers, Graham-street. EDWARD. CLARK, Town Clerk.: Professional Notices. M [a cabd.] . -> ■ R. CHARLES BOYKETT Architect and Building: Surveyor, ■ Emerald Hue. J^/J\ R. JOHN LOWE. SOLICITOR, BAY STREET, SANDRIDGE, Opposite Police Court. Publicans licenses. "VTOTICE of intention to apply for the transfer IN of a PUBLICAN'S LICENSE.—To the Licensing Magistrates for the Licensing District of Emerald Hill.—I, HENRY FOREMAN, tho holder of a publican's license for the house and premises situate at the corner of Cecil and York streets, in the Town of Emerald Hill, in the Colony of Victor...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

Tailors, Drapers, &c. ;^IL L nil. F E- R Gr TT S 0 'NTj Tailor and. Clothier, lC 132, .'OxiSEKuoK Street, Emeraed -Hjxi, - ; • : •' "':-f •(disru :-; . (Opposite St;Luke's Church.): " ;r o. _ b a ( tr'-:frv' r;-j .Overcoats,'Regattas, Collars to-mafcb, TJnder c'r.i. Shifts, .Ties/Scarfs, iHose,'Hats, kc: • - R. C. BAULCH," 7135; fjiiEENDON .Street, Ejiedaed Him. M B' S.; ; s t ' e '. v >: Jf s1 Millinery & Dressmaking Establishment, . ' REMOLD to corucr of ■; . - '.CLARENDON AND RAGLAN STEEETS, . Opposite Hill's Hofe/; Emerald Hill. All kiiids.of Drapery Goods sold afc; the lowest''| . possible price. ' : ; llats mid Feathers Cleaned. > ' r s. A P P Ij e b y, ii-h .. Milliner,- Dressmaker, &e., ! .145 CLAREKDOK ST., EMERALD HILL. AJl kinds of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest possible prices; also, a large assortment of " IKDIAK EMBROIDERY (just arrived) Comprising Infant's Robes, Short Frocks, Indies* Petticoats, Pockethaudkerchiefs, and narrow strips f...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

NOTICE ! In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Recoed, all Advertisements intended for immediate insertion, must.be sent to the office not later than noon on Wednesdays. All advertisements are continued and charged for ■. :7iuntil.counterinanded by a written notice, unless . the time is particularly specified. No notice can be taken of anonymous communica _ Hons. Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. IMPORTANT NOTICE. In consequence of the increased value of space by pressure of Advertisements, a Revised Scale of Charges has teen pre. pared, sucb revision, however, will not affect those Advertisers whose announce ments appear in the " Record" at this date.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 September 1873

Births, marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths,arp inserted irk or emusi, and communication of such erents are respectfully solicited.] • BIRTH. RIGG.—On the 7th inst., at 97 Park-street west, Emerald Hill, the wife of George Rigg of a son. MARRIAGES. COOPER—MILLIKIN.—On the 2nd inst., at St. Luke's Church, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. R. B.   Dickinson, William B. Cooper to Isabella, second daughter of John Milliken, retired Coast Guard officer, county Donegal, Ireland. LIGHTFOOT—SWALLOW.—On the 3rd inst., at St. Peter's, Eastern Hill, by the Rev. Canon Handfield, Edward William Lightfoot, manager National Bank of Australasia, Hotham, second   son of Mr. T. Lightfoot, South Yarra, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. T Swallow, J.P., Sand ridge. M'GENNEN—WITHERS.—On the 3rd inst., at the Wesleyan Church, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Spencer Williams, P. J. M'Gennen, of Warrnam bool, to Emily Matilda Withers, youngest daughter of William Wit...

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OUR MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. THE PERMISSIVE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

OUR MEMBERS XI? THE HOUSE. (From Hansard.) The Permissive Bra. In the discussion which took place on the Per missive Bill, on the 10th inst., Mr. Whitman said " I don|t know.that there is very much for me to offer honorable members in the way of argument on this question. . It will be admitted by all that the Bill has been thoroughly discussed, and that its advocates have had a fair field and every favor shown them. Indeed the numerous teetotal lectares which we have listened to were very gratifying, and we have been told of the evils of druukenness to our heart's content. I scarcely think, however, that honorable members needed to be lectured in that way. The speeches we have sat out so patiently were far better suited to the teetotal platform, where they have been so often delivered before, than to the purposes of the advocates of this measure in this Chamber. The point is—does the advocacy of temperance and the promotion of this Bill go hand-in-hand ? I say, No. Until you can alt...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

TpHE SOUTH MELBOURNE CO-OPERA ± TIVE DRAPERY AND OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, COBSEB OP " CLARENDON AND DORCAS STREETS. J . B . Y O U L , In spelling tbe above establishment, believes bo will supply a long felt want ou Emerald Hill. The inauguration of a system whereby the COSSUmeb will succeed in having an interest, in and acquiring a certain fixed proportion of the profits accruing, either as Discount allowed on Cash Pur chases ; Annual Interest on Weekly Payments ; or, Credit until the amount of the purchase money of the goods bought is paid up. The business will b« conducted strictly oil the principle of small pkotits axd quick bktubks, as the larger the quantity of goods disposed of in a. given time, so in proportion the less profits will' be required to pay the expenses. Example. —If the expenses amounted to, say £15 per week, and the quantity of goods sold did not exceed £100, the profit required to be charged would be 15 per cent, or 3s. on every £. Now, if the business done was £3...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

. BUSINESS OR WALKING SUIT' As Made and Cut by the PRINCES OF TAILORS, . rSOM S5s. ' "" A most useful suit. Tie Double Breasted Frock Coat Suit As Made and Cut by tlie PRIXCES OF TAILORS., FROM £.4 10s. s. G. NICOLLS & CO., the nryowyED PRINCES OF TAILORS, Paletot Overcoat Makers, Juvenile Clothier;, . Outfitters. &c. City Establishment: ONLY *78 & SO SWANST017 STREET, . ' .JIELBOTltSE. mrMBSX 6 NUMBER 6 . ' BOtntKE STREET EAST, Opposite thc.Post-oflice. M"e,; S _i LEACH, Tailors, Hatters^ and General Outfitters, HavVnnieli'pleasure iii announcing' to' the Aus tralian Public that -their-JJew Establishment is now openedjwitli an.immense Stock of Hats, Men's and Boy's Clothing of every description. ... Order , Department—The bisst cutters are.en gaged' and every eftbrt". will be! made to give ' satisfaction to the publicT . • - - 'denies and Leach'trust'that their reputation, T^hich extends over many years, both in Melbourne and- Fitzroy, will, be some guarante...

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THE SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

TIIE-SOUTii'MEEEOURNE GAS ,s': ";1 COMPANY. ££iGFc*ecointg readingirofMhe Bill em-j -powering th<j.; aboy,?.; company to lajj mains in,the str.ee.ts of Melbourne has been'*made an order bf 'tble' Say in the legislative Coun'cil for- Tuesdayi_,nest. Tlie-City of Melbourne Corporation .petitioned in favor of. an additional clause beings inserted among its pro visions, compelling the new ..company taplace itself in a position tojight the street lamps of the city within a period of IS4or'18 months, whichcmeans, that whether- they may be required or not the mains must be laid throughout the streets of: Melbourne at once, aud which in the p'reseiit istate '.of the. iron - -market-j-and-the-natural -position_of- a localj-cqmpany .'just starting-into, exist ence j would be simply to deprive it of any advantages that might be derived from the'Vthel* provisibnS; qf^Uife'^ill. We hope!, and beHeye,'sKp.w6v.ei:,.> tjiat the .Council will.be influenced "against this'ameiidmentby th...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. THE REV. E. GREENWOOD. (INDEPENDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. THE BEY. E. G-REENWOOD. . fTX'DTPKVT>EtfrM As Evangelical clergyman of the Anglican Church said to me the other day, " Various forms of wor ship arc necessary to attract men whose minds are differently constituted," and it is patent to every one that all men could no more worship in the same way than they are likely to be attracted by the same style of feminine beauty. But while many of the sects have been established for little better reason, there are some which have fought the battle of a great principle and can point to the stand taken by those who in years past estab lished their particular form of church polity and government, as haying helped forward the great march of civil and religious liberty, which has resulted iu our present freedom from priestly and kingly interference. The Independents were not originally, as is often supposed, seceeders directly from the Establishment, but from the Presbyter ians. The Independents and Presbyterians gr...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. HOWE CRESCENT BAPTIST CHURCH. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are uo.fc responsible for the opinious expressed "by our Correspondents] ♦ HOWE CRESCENT • BAPTIST CIIl'RCHV • ; To the Editor of The Record. Sir,—A rumor having reached mj ears that some-of the land belongiug'to the above place of worship :.has.been- sold, .would;you -allow uie, through tho medium of jour Valuable, journal, to ask a question, viz. "..By whose authority has the land been sold, and into, whose coffors haa ths motw.y gone?" '.The reason for asking this ques tion is, a number of individuals, like myself, were under the iinpreisiou that tho laud was a Grant from tho Government for church purposes only. If vou or an^of tho numerous .readefs of your journal will" supply the atove . information as to the correctness'of the rumor, and : answer my auestiou. it will <?reutlv oblise . ■ < Yours truly, - - CiiEisi'iAir. Emerald Hill, Sept. 17,1873,

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mimmo, Foote, Smith, and Mouat, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

• ---"Wedxesiiat, SErTEitBEn 17,1873. ' (Before Messrs. Mimino, Foote, Smith, and Mouat, J.P's.) Alleged Damage to Property—Isaac Slater, was summoned by Robert Winton Gillespie for damaging the fence adjoining Lis property on the Albert-road, at about nine o'clock in the eTening of the.5th inst. Mr. Sandilands appeared for complainant and Mr. Kane for defendant. Com plainant stated that on the evening of the 5th inst., defendant, who was in the employ of Mr. Hafl'ner, sawed a portion of his fence and damaged it to the ralue of £1. For the defence it was said that it was requisite to cut a portion of the top cap to the fence in order to erect the building, as it projected on the neighboring property, and defendant hud given notice of such obstruction. Dismissed." Alleged Assault.—Mary Hartnett, was sum moned by Mary Georgina Derricot for an assault, 'l'he sergeant stated that this was a most aggri yaten case. It appears that the defendant who was sister-in-law to the unfortunate wom...

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MELBOURNE ORPHANAGE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

MELBOURNE ORPHANAGE, ~'2b tie-iE&i&farf ifit Record. ''SlB,—I understand that the committee of the Melbourne Orphanage have anao to the conclu sion to leaj'e that' portion of their land fronting Clarendon-street, the allotment to be 99 feet deep -with a narrow, street behind 14 feet wide. This ia a most important Subject to all concerned. Ia a eanitory point #f yiow, how will it affect iha health.of. the children ia tha,t.institution. There 'ire' lnindfeds o'r'childrSii iS"tlid£'Building,' they require all the breathing room they hare got, and I haye no doubt that the-cutting off of upward* of one 'hundred feet will fee - injurious to la'eir health. There are certainly too mauy resevY^s iu 'Gliirendoa-jitreetj Ij fchoLild Ute to see -tho - tand built upon. I, however, jtliink the better way would be to sell all the land aud get a larger piece in the country,the present building will soon be too small for'the accommodation of the incrcuaiag number' .of orphans, if tho...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

Chapter V. Jliss McCallum, as will be hereafter related1 had had an interview with the gipsy gang at the Abbey Craig, and was informed that the Jamie Doo gang, on the Bannockburn-road, had a lot of letters belonging to her,aud ahu had come to get them, when the shore romantic meatiug took place. They left this memorable spot, and wandered down the burnic aide among the heather bells. Flora told her story, and Alexander told his. They were both greatly altered in personal ap pearance, Flora might still bo distinguiihed by her. noble hearing, splendid form, golden hair, and liquid eyes, Alexander was as handsome as ever, but his appearancc and countenance was slightly changed by the acquisition of an Aus tralian beard and moustache. Of course they dearly loved each other still, but there was a strangeness, an uneasiness between them, which required clearing away before they could be all in all to each other, as when they parted long ago. Alexander broke the spell by saying tbat he had...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

Mond i'jr: .September 15, 1873. Present:—The. Mayor, '(J- Kimmo, J.P.), and Crs. Dapk^j Mills,' Foote; Pagoj Tliistlethwaite, Roy, Plnljpson, and Wliiteman. . The minutes of the" previous meeting were' • read and.'confirmed. i ± _1 j" ■■ . . COHEESPONDEN CE. The To fin; Cleric read the'following communi cations— From the Crown Lands office, stating that i Mr. J. S. Sturrock, ofEmerald Hill, had.'applied for the lease of a piece of land-near the sea beach, ai a site; for ornamental tea' gardens, and asking the Council's opinion relative to the application. The letter was referred to the Committee of the whole Council. From the "VYater Supply Department, stating' that it had been decided by the Board of Land and Works to increase ■ the charge made for water supply to the Abattoirs, from 2d. to Is. per 1000 gallons, from and after 1st January next. Ordered to be considered at the termination of the present lease. Prom the Town Cleric, St. Kilda, on tlie I subject of the future maintena...

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RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. CHAPTER IV. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 September 1873

RVRXKET2lTTL&~ a&oastlfs re .'"J':'- HIHISCENCES. . ; CnAPTEE IV. (tcontinued.) : Mr. Campbell liad never informed Flora that he had changed .his name, knowing that she would not approve of it, aud as he did not wish to pain her, had nevor mentioned the circum stance. in any of his letters, which, when too late, he discovered to have been a great mistake, ho ought to have told her at once and asked her forgiveness. He therefore surmised that she must have observed the name in the newspaper in the monthly list of deaths at the hospital, which he hud instructed his Melbourne friend to sead her every mail. Also not receiving anj letters from him would infallibly convince her that he, whom she leved and longed to see, he, who as it were, formed part of her own being, was dead, and had gone from her for ever, for ever ; and all her long cherished hopes aud joys consigned to everlasting oblivion. " It was immediately after this that her parents bade farewell to the home of...

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