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MUSICAL NOTES. "Music sounds the sweetest when on the night air horse, As we sail in our barque, the fleetest, &c."—OLD BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

MUSICAL NOTES. " Music sounds the sweetest -when on the night air horse, As wc sail in our barque, the fleetest, kc."-OLD Uallad. .THE effect of music oil or near water has been acknowledged by the poet in all time, and in the old country, the caterers for public entertainment have not' been .slow to take advantage of that fact, and on most of the promenade piers of the fashionable watering.places, the-summer nights are 'made less long ' by. stirring strains from good bands.. The old Town piers at Grravesend,. Margate, Yarmouth, and many other works of this kind stretching into the sea are familiar illus trations. Such. an arrangement would be doubly grateful in this delightful re gion of the sun, in summer time, when, the continued heat render it almost com pulsory to remain al fresco at any rate till late, in the evening,, and we cannot help expressing our surprise that the good folksiof Saudridgg;,do not institute some thing of tliii sort on one or other of their piers--the Railw...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Vounteer Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Vountesr Notices.. WlLLIAHSTOWN AND EstERAI,D Hn,l AETIL iery AND Ballasat RANGEHS.-The chosen teams from each of the above eorpB met at at the Williamstown butts, last Saturday.} Tlie- match was or ginally the beginning of a series between the Ballarat Rangers and Williamstown Artillery, but, in consequence of the Emerald Hilll Artil lery having a third or conquering match (to be firod on neutral ground) with the Ballarat com pany, they therefore arranged to fall in with the other two corps, finish 0110 scries and begin a fresh match, witli the Williamstown Artillery. It will be observed that the total scoros of each of the teams- were exceedingly.- good', that of the representatives of the Hill, being'./unusually so ; the litter considered themselves very; fortunate in having gono ahead of the local men, ns'tlie-W.A; team are always sale for a large score. Uprtothe end of the first: range the shootingwas pretty close, tho totals being-W.A., 213; B.R., 208; 13.II.A., 203. After fir...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Local" Intelligence; In our peregrinations through ilelbourat <?-?? the last few weeks, vre have- taken noticc progress made by our. townsman (Mr P My. ?> in the erection of a new and elegant !Ul> verandah in Swa iston-street, (a few Bourke-street) in the front ofeight hop property of T: Monahan, Esq. We find tli7 «' slight error was inserted in one of the Mclbo,1 papers giving nil credit to two individual' upon enquiry we find a vast amount of erti due to our townsman. t "We.beg to call the attention of. the publtfi the announcement of a Lecture to.be giren a George's Hall, Melbourne, by the. Ee\ Vlj Kelynack, of Sydney, on Thursday evening^' September 24th. Subject:-" George Slept' son," for which the Rev. gentleman has rece> vary flattering notices from the Sydney press.?, proceeds, are to be devoted to the fund for 6 enlarged' Wesleyan Church, Emerald Hill, is to be opened on Sabbath, 27th inst. Eiierald HILT, TOTAL . ABSTI>-ESCE Soap ' -The Rev. J. W. Ing...

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A[?]CHAPTER ON S[?]THS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

AvtOHAPIER ON SMITH?.. ; Whats in auamc? somobody sayn-move . espei-i ully, wliatfs'iin the namo of Smith? Accepting . Byron-as .an- authority, that rather large family, must lmvo oxtended themselves- during tlio Li-U (ientury into Itussin, as ho- says, speaking of" Suvawoff's army "Among Uicm'werfs soreral Englishmen of pith" " Sixtuen-i'unu(l>Jo!ii)W)nt and nineteen named Smith," and ainco-tiio coionizafion of the .-ItItalian worW a similannigration of this wonderfuI'Tamily h-.n taken place, duo Smith. Smith ir.ew.s us nt every turn; Smith the baker, Smith the butcher, Cap tarn Smith, evory other publioun is a Smith, iii tho police court, among tlio-guttor snipes of the charge sheet, John Smith-.vould from the conMnut repetition of his name, he likely to fix a tolerably bibulous eharacter to tb'» family, going higher, in tho social scale, wo hawe James Smith, tho libra rian, Mr. Harry Smith, Murray Smith, Selvyii Smith, Yillovicwo-Sinith, John '.Thomas Smith, li. 1". Smith, tho...

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SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

fsOUTH . MELBOURNE .CRICKET CLUB. w Tlic annual meeting of thro Soutli Melbourne ?icket Club was held last' Monday evening, at r Emerald Hill Mechanics' Institute. A large nber of the mombers of the Glub were present, lie-President of the Club-being away from town id the Yico-Ps-esidont being absent from the eeting in consequence* of urgent privato bu6i rss Mr. J.- 0. Chivers was elccted ehainnnn. The port of tho committee for the past year was _ id by the honorary secretary Mr. J. P. Fishlcy. It stated that at the last annual meeting the fol lowing gentlemen were elected Office Bearers of " i Club, namely :-President, John Finlay, Esq.; i President, J. W. MeCutclieon, Esq.; Hon. surer, Mr. W. J. Runting; Hon. Secretary, r. N. Osborne j and for the Committee, Messrs. , p.. Fishley, C. Chessell, A. E. Wlieatley, J. Buckland and A. McKillop. That Mr. borne resigned the office of Secretary early in' ? season, and Mr. Fishley was re-elected to that That the opening match of the season w...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 12, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. . Saturdays September 12, 18G8.. No-cases-of importance'were-'h'enril at this7-" court,.only one or two civil cases boing disposed of. . j, Wednesday,; Sej>temher<L&,'i8G3.\ Before the Mayor, and Messrs.. Martin. & Ivhnmo;-. Minor- Offences.-Leonard' Haffnerwas finect Is., with 2s. Gd. costs, for neglcctiiig to place a:-, light, on. building materials in Ferrers-place.-: Michael Belian was summoned for leaving his horse and car unprotected in. the street, but as-it was his first oil'enco, the:case- was.-dismissed.-r Helen Butson, .au incorrigible drunkard)"- ->ras fined £3, with tllo alternative, of- fourteen days'" imprisonment.-Timothy Plyrm, for being drunk arid disorderly, was fined 5s., or, in default,.or dered tweuty.-four.- hours' imprisonment. Bobbery from the Barracks.-George 3fi'iiti)r a thief who is-rather.-partial to blauket?, having: , been.previously, convicted of stealing-such articles,. :was charged, with st...

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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE EMERALD HILL BENEVOLENT SOCIETP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE E&ERALD HILL BENEVOLENT SOCIETP. THE following ia the report wliioh was read at the meeting held on the 9th inst., in the Mechanics' Institute: "|In presenting the report and balance-sheet for the past year, the committee have to congratulate the subscribers on the improvement that has place in the Society's position. " During the past year, a weekly average of 24 caseB havo received relief in kind. " Over 500 medical prescriptions have been given, and medical attendance in each case. " To moet the expenditure, tlio sum of £60 3s. has been received as private subscriptions, against £2G 4s. of the preceding year; the very large snm of £21 has been received from St. Luke's Sewing Society, which, the committee are of opinion, calls forth some special recognition ; the gratoful thanks of the Society aro also due to the Borough Council for their very liberal grant of £75 ; also, to the various ehurches in the district for their several collections, amounting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Scrougfc, of -Emerald Sill; rjHSNDERS Trill fee received until 7'30 p.m., on JL Monday, 21st September inst., for tbe erec Hon of a FIRE-ENGINE HOUSE AND BOOM, to be constructed of Brick and elated Plans and specifications at the Council Cham bers. JAMES ETILLE, Town Clerk. . ffown Hsll. Emerald Kill, lOtli September, 1863. Borough.. of' Emerald- Hill; ffAENDERS are required up to S p.m., on J. FRIDAY, the 18th instant, for CARTING STUFF from Drains in the Northern and "Western Swamps to the line of Ferrers-street. Specification to be seen at the Council Chambers. JAMES TfilBE, Inspector. Town Hall, Emerald Hill, 17th September, 1-868. 3orough- ofEaerad SiU.. NOTICE.-The plan Showing levels proposed for adoption in that portion of Eastern Road between Coventry and Dorcas-Btreet, is now lying on the t-able in accordance with the nding Orders, and Ttill be considered and ordered .upon by the CouncH.on 21st September, instant, together with any objections Tvluch may be made to said pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Business Addresses, &c. .Designs, Flans, and Specifications of , -'U'wollings and Public Buildings 'Prepared, and their erection superintended, by "i:J. E. BUTLER, ARCHITECT, .. .. (Of many years English experience) Office -.-Messrs. Nathan Durham, Clarendon ?.i Street, Emerald Sill. 6. D. 3MA.TH-A.3ST, > Accountant, &e., 49^pi:BK STREET, EMERALD HILL. Tradesmens' Books and Accounts made-up.] Bills of Sale, Agreements, &e. drawn on the shortest notice. RAY80N BROTIIEH^ * (ESTABLISHED 1854) DRAPERS, SILK MERCERS, & OUTFITTERS, ARTS NOW SHOTTING TIIEIIT SPKING GOODS ! NOYEMIES IN DKESSES, MANTLES, BONNETS, HATS, &C. 140 & 142 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. J. W. MITCHENER & CO., ' Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 10'JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. SARGEANT, . ;|g| TAILOR, ?16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. Tweed Suits, to measure, from ... £3 0 0 Tweed Trousers ... ... ... 1 0, 0 Suit of Black ... ... ... 4 0 ...

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The Record. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17th, 1868. MAGISTERIAL DIGNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

©K Ijaorb. TSVS.SDAT, SEPT. 17th, 186S. MAGrlSTEEXAJC DIG-NITY. IT is.the pioud boast of a Briion, that his Institutions, the laws of his father land, and, the manner of carrying them out in their integrity ' have won the world's applause,' as the song hath it ? He- has imported them to the land of his adoption, and his Court of Petty Session is identical with the Police Courts of the old country. Its higher tribunals, are similarly conducted, and' we admit no higher authorities than the ' Law '-ih the persons of their Honors the Judges they listening to no argument but that supported by precedent from the older Institutions of England.. All deference, all respect is paid cheerfully by all good citizens among us to our Law Courts, and he or they who would-attempt- to lessen the prestige attaching thereto, would be considered an enemy to the general well being of society.. What applies to-the higher courts stands good in a lesser degree in the lower, and if future gene rations are-to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Births, Marriages,.ami Deaths. BIRTH. HALL.-On the 12th instant, at 18 Clarendon street north Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. J. Hall of a son.

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

Melbourne and [Hofraoa'a Bay Railway ?i j .. .TIME TABLE. ' " " ;r j-iifj flT.-KILDA'POK MELBOURNE, ' ' 7.40,; 8.0* ;8.20*i 8'.(W*,;:o;o'*, 9.20* 0.40* iao», i 10.15,10.45.7il.i5*;'. 11.45 1215^' 12 15 Xil'S,; 1.45* 2.15*,. 2.45, i3.15*,: 3.4j 10 120, "4l40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40;:G.0,"G.15, 6.45, 7.15*,,7.45, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.45. p.m. . .. . . t} -'.it-M bitbbatj)nn.ivTOR . mblboubke. 7:45,' 8'.5, 8.25; &45, 9.5, 9.20,! 9.(15/ 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,il;20,11.50 n.ni.' ' 12.20; 12:50. 1.20.1.50, 2i20,-2.50, 3.20, 3.50, 4.5, 4.25, 4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5:45,; 6.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.50 p.m. ' . <" j.'VMEinoumfi: rou EMEBAID HILL. .... 8:0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40*; 10.0,10.30,11.0, 11.30, 12.0 11.111. 12.30,1.0*, 1.30, .2.0*, 2.30,3.0 ' 3!30,-4.0*, 4.20*!, 4.40*,: 5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40*, 6.0, 6il5*,- 6.30, 7.0. 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.30*, 10.30*, 11.40*,p.m.: t j ?:_;:t'\!EMBAiD:niHj'roB'!sT.' kilda. 8!4;^.2i;. &44, 6.4, 9.24,,9.4.i, 10.4, 10.34...

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THE RELIGIOUS SCANDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

? t v. .- , > ! THE IlELIGIOTTS ' SCANDALS. ? iT 'is- a .?soured to ..professing.' ? Christians'ol'nvliaiever. denomination, thatj. Sever, and-anon someeaseofmoralorso.eial delinquency wells up IU connection with 'our religious establishments, and we find is but hi^6i|iiaturo,i ev&ijwhdti ^i'gilicd in tlio sacerdotal vest-1 merits. viDfo'ubifcless no man-is infallible,' arid;' N'>'V "To err is human, to forgi.ve di.vinc," ... , but in thbjiLaii,-. as Amdortakon the. sacred-duty-of-pastorsliiprwe-look-^for preccpt:and example-r-rsyself denial^qlias-r tejied^fiougH^'ana'-^araon, if respect" for" .his. holjicallingjs-to^bo^niaintainccli ?and religions "veneration to ''hold its., .own '^Mn8^iflb^6?^e^gior^i^o^arinn^s8, or sc^tici^i^vit^wbiclij it|is..threatened.'; Probably in''prDpoi'fi6h to tlie number" ;'o§oui; clerical© nb given rise 'to lMre j reU^ious^anc^ilg. ,dor nqHriiyig iejv,: years pas(C but. .cv.enrjvithjuj-aij-'comgaj'a 'tively' short1' ftferiofl,ahcro'wo 'hav...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1868. (Before Messrs. Martin and Nimmo.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

EMERALD HIM; POLICE G'OUET. SaiurJuy, Sc-pl. 19,1S68. (Before jtfussrs. Martin and Niinmo.) Drunkenness.-Wm..Brown was 'lined 5s., or in default, ordered 21 hours imprisonment for this ofienco. Fraud Summons.- Win. Ronald was summoned to show cause why he should not he committed to gaol l'or non-compliance with a previous order of the court, Ann Doyle the sum of lis. del., with 5.-i. costs, for goods sold. The Bench ordered the defendant to pay the amount within 14 days, or go to gaol for it similar period. Child Desertion.-Isabella^ Wisher, on warrant charged witli deserting hor children, was rcinauded till Wednesday for tho production o efvidence. Wednesday, September 23,18(13. .. (Before Messrs. Slai;tin and Nnnnio., - Child Desertion.-Isabella Wisher was charged with deserting hei'ehildreri. 'It appeared that in .July last, the prisoner leftber. three children : on the ,footpiith .opposite. J)r. Cleavey's'house,in Dorais-streeti i promising ;.to call back agaiu for l.licin but,d...

Publication Title: Record
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ODD FELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

' ODD 'FELLOWSHIP.' . Amon¥ tho enduring Institutions' which' have taken root amongst us,' our provident 'and self-supporting philanthropic - asso ^ciati'ons' anvbyno means'.to bo. over ^ookedj; and perhaps none occupicsa more distinguished .position than tho,«. Man chester Unity of tho- Institution of Oddf ij'ollowsliip.' ' Tlio ' order was established^, ^ere^iuauy years ago^,. and: has increased, "with tho progress'of tho colouys'.'juOiie -.of} 'its;fbster-fathcrs in^thq;- ^ol^yf.'Dr;"^;, 'jGr'eeves;;lias'fpr!innn^ tivo interest in tlic/prosporityrand. pro gress of the Institution, and tho lodges generally recognising lus;'valuable 8cr. i-yjcesirfdctermmetl to" get up !a substantial %stfino!uial in WsKfayor.'; ;^W"e believe a 'sunrsom^thing like %2000 ,has been sub scribed or guaranteed in that bclialf. "iQDr. ^reeyes, lipweVer, with a rare gen. shoiiid immortalise him in all tiraeK-lias [declined to accept the proposcd^tes'tilio mal, and-\\;e. b.eliom-suggested.as . a; mor^ appro...

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Police Courts. SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 17, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

Polioo Courts. 'SINDIIIPG-E POLICE . COTRNI Thursday, September 17, 1S66. ? There were no police cascs.hcard nfc this Court, on Thursday, only a few trifling civil eases occu pied the attention of. tho bench.: . . - .Monday, Seirtember 21,- 1SGS..: ,r> i (Before Hr. Mollison, P.M.) f'arious Offences.-Nicolas Koid, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was ordered to pay a .fine.'of.5s. or suffer 21 hours imprisonment. ..I'lie same prisoners wiis also charged withiasaaultiug constable Hennessy m the execution of his duty;' ior'whicli lio Was mulcted in the sum of 20s., with tho alternative,of one week's incarceration. Daniel Darey, a well-known offender, mis charged witli habitual drunkenness. On arriving in tho dock ho remarked that Mr. Mollison would do him, a great kindness by sending him to gaol for sis months; but as there were only two previous convictions within ouo year, his worship ordered him to be set at liberty with tho intimation, that ii' he again appeared he woul...

Publication Title: Record
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

Local Intelligence). ; j Those who are well acquainted 'with Mr, Har rold Eoyson of Glnrcndonrstreet, .were not a little astonished at finding, that according to the Argu, n) warrant against! that' gentleman liad been issued Von j a charge of forgery. r...Of course hii neighbours and-intimates quickly(had Iheirmiutlf disabusodjj as|-it is almost unnecessary; to'say. that the paragraphia entirely.without foundation ak far^as Mr. jJiaysonMs' concerned^ but lie,j! learn,"negotiated the^cKoquo wliich had been forged"|by another person, and thus, his liamt .boing'inixed up-with tho&ffiiir, the'error obtained. Iforturiatoly Mr. Enysori's reputation is a suG cientirefutation; to the-ruinor. Mr.~J{ayson lioV oyer, .lias, I learn in order to vindicate hiirifclj instructed his-.'solieitors;*] Messrs j'Scdgcfield^ani Abbott, to take] steps |q;|enforce 'such reparation ak may bo deemed'necessary in ithe circuui stances:' . j.; o j Tlie 'third series of Pojmlar Entertainments at , tho Me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

The Australian Beehive Songster, Containing tho following NEW - AND: .POPULAR SONGS When Johnny comes marching homo. Habylon is Falling. Marching' through. Georgia.,. CTlic HTlying'Trapeze. : ; " Boar it Like a Man. . - . .The.Girls of Emerald ILll. . ' Champagne Charlie. ' The Melbourne Trap. . . . . Jessie, at the Hadnay Par. .. Not for Jo^oplj; The Moon behind tho Hil,h ..... ? * PfiicE Tjhhtpbkck. HINTS- i'O :ADVpETISERS:\; ;\ ... ISurioYRna Asp .Iji view of' tho -'dill'icultjos-'ex'perienped"by the' ?employers of-labor and thosp'SLY'king'eihpioiment' iii effecting ougagiariBnta" by tli<> oxistmgvTery. un satisfactory jifliethod,!;. .tho ..proprietary;; of.iftlie; BECOUD will bo happy to insert " WAN'rEDS;'.:'at iii increly nominal cost (the expense .of composition) -Employers, la. j Servant?, p.d.? .ii JTtOSrECTUS OF Ifrnrit A LOCAL "W^eeexx Journal FOB THE DISTRICTS OF EMERALD HTT.Ti AND SAKDRIDGrE. ; . PXSZCS - ONE PBRrNVi I " THE EECOED " is being published at ...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, September 17, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

| CdUNCIt,. Thursday, September V7, 1368. . : Present:-The Mayor (W. Morloy, Esq.), in ;the chair, and Councillor^ May, Kelly, P6o!man,> .Croejtfijrtij'JohnsonV Curtis and Thomas.' ; , ,'} ? ' . P !i '. '. .' Mintttes. 'v -i \ | ' VS. ? < v. j the minutes of last meeting wero 'read and confirmed. "" ( ? ! it-<- 'C^OtoESPONDEKOE. vt-iOuU. "Ik 1 ! The following letters wero read by tbe Town rGierH:^-:i:.i;..:..EJ,'.::: vo STO'jHTaia ?nsr my ' | From Sir Redmond Barry, thinking the Coun ;ioil for the donation of views of tho borough which -llad appeared in .the Intercolonial Jixhibition. I Prom "William -Marsh,-superiivtpndentT.ofrthe; laio £Irc brigade,'asking'Ior "a refereheo*"f6r'"his' :past services-Rcferi'ed-'to--tho-public works ' committee, on the motion of Cr. Kelly, seconded by;(Jr.r. Johnson.5.u;.-.j cr " !rjioa:i2 11 j tifi&a. >W.: Sawdy, i supermtendentjofi ithe -jflror' brigade',: :s.tating;;tha£ ;a articles very muchjrcqmrediby.thc bTig...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 September 1868

EOUKD AND ABOUT THE HILL. What shall,we' do: with our boys? is a question which ? presents itself Bomewhat prominently to my notice-how is ' the natiu'al exuberance of youth' -winch., I regret to see and hear takes a ; somewhat vicious direction on tho Hill. Knots of .incipient ruffianism congregates at dark places, mid the unwilling passenger is often made tho unwilling witness and auditor of their blasphemy, obscenity, and wantonly reckless mischief, besides, much annoyance in unseemly and insult ing remarks at and to passers by ; ever and again I hear of a stone being dashed through a window or some other destruction done. The next ques tion which arises is, where are tho police ? or are they merely mythical as far as the Hill is con cerned P or, aro they 'told oil" for registration duties, in aiding the local registration offices in enforcing the Vaccination.Act. At any rate, I hear that one man is kept on at 'mother and father worrying' in this particular. I observe one paterfa...

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