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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCTL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 9 September 1869

SA NDllID G E " B OR 0 UGH ? ' ^^-CO UNCTL. - ? ' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1869. . Present:-The Mayor,; ..Councillors Plummer, Morlcy, Poolman, Curtis, Swallowi'ancl-y.bhnsori-; -,r: i The minutes of ' last meeting wei e ; read and1 confirmed. ' 1,11 ,J jl Li i . i.*J j'£i (1 .<i . i. - . h ? | CoRHESrONDENCH. ' The Town Clerk read'the following letters:-tl,! u_*' ' 11 From!JamesJCainpbell,! Town Clerk, I Ararat;; asking; the ..Council . to; support the insertion of a , clause in .,thevBo rough Shires Bill, to secure .the issue of auctionecrVg'en'eral licenses'1 by 'the Councils'' of ^'boroughs ^and .-shires. .Carried.i)t," 11' jj!- jj u'/u i« ; >.i! i'n From N. A; ^Fletcher,; T'own: .Clerk of Sandhurstj f with ^reference _ to. Dr. i Mackay's 'directionsJ to the Sandridge Borou,ghl"Council'for'strikinga'sj)ecial ! irate to secure .a loan, asking-, for .copy : for thejrgmdance.-Eequestrgranteci. Prom the Central Board of Health,, r'-witli respect' to the condition, ofrthe...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 9 September 1869

Eirtlis, 2t!arriagpes, and Heaths. [Notices: of limits, Miirrm^cs, and Deaths nro in*evteii fhek or <:UAKGIV uitil coitimuiiicatioii* of such' events arc respectfully solicited.] , .. , '' ? BIRTHS.   SHAW.-On the 6th inst., at 76A Clarendon- street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. John Shaw of a son.         YOUNG.-On the 29th ult., at Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. J. R. Young of a daughter. DEATHS.             GLANVILL.-On the 2nd inst., at her residence, Hit or Miss Hotel,. Clarendon-street, Emerald Hill, Janet, the beloved wife of Reginald Glan vill, aged thirty-one years.           HIGGINS.-On the 7th inst., at his residence, Clarf Cottage, Railway-place, North Sandridge,     Mr. James Higgins, aged sixty-five yours.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

[Steane's Superlative Bitters1 To be had ill all hotels-Town ami Country. Of these Hitters, which are AROMATIC AND TONIC ..V their properties, it will be'sufficient to say that Mr. Johnson, the Government: Analytical, I Chemist in Victoria; has described .Uiom as-.being Remarkably, pleasant in ilavour, containing about.' 1G , per; cent.; of a, very, pure alcohol, and J holding in solution a clour, wholesome;, vegetable bitter, combined with a fruity, spicy aroma." Ho adds-"I- consider ( this Bitter a very uporior article." ......... Medical School Laboratory, The University, Melbourne, 23rd June, 1SG9. I certify tb'nt'l' lluve chemically analysed, and otherwise i examined a sample ol' Steane's Super ?Dative- Aromatic.'ronicrBittors,, received by . me Toiir the' iiianufactiirers, Messrs. Stearic, Wilkin* son and Co. '? . ' _ ? Bitters iiiive nu'.ekceediugly'.'pldiisunt aroiiia' j and very fiuo ilavour., The amount,of pure spirit present (10 J-per, cent.) ,is amply, sufficient for pnr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

HINTS TO ADVERTISERS. E.\rPior£Es and Ejimoved. In viow of tlie dillieultics experienced bj llio employers of labor nml those Becking employment in effecting engugoments by tho existing Tory un satisfactory method, the proprietary of tho Kl'COKD will be happy to insert "WANTEDS" at» mcroly nominal cost (the oxpeuso of composition) -Employers, Is. j Servants, 6(1. GORDON &i GO!OH,; General. Advertising Agents, Collins-street West, Melbourne, Agents for the RECORD.. ; HENRY GENDERS,: Geneml . AaTcrtii.iug Agent, 56.Elizabeth-street, Agent for tho Rjjcoitj) in Melbourne. . ? C J. DURHAM, Agont for the 'REC0ii», 118 . Clurendon-strcet, Emerald llill. A ARNOLD, Agont for tho Rgcoiid, 124 . Clurendon-strcet, Emerald Hill. W DEMPSTER, JUN., Booksoller,; &c., . Agent for tho RECOHD, 100 Clarendon* street south, Emerald Ilill. JT. SC1IOLES, Agent for tho RECOMD, Bay . street, North Sundridgc. DERRETT, Bookseller, &c., Agent for tho . Rel'OBD, Bay-etrcot, Sumlridgc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

Auctioneers, Brokers, &c. "u< ... ~ '' ?, > . .: T I T. XOBLE.. Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate n o .* .\ k a : . Agent, v .» - r CLAEENDON STEEET, EJIEEALD HILL; A>*D AT Beach House, South Road, Brighton Beach. W. P. BUCKHCR.SJi AUCTIONEER, ESTATE AG-ENT AIS'B VALUATOR, ; llCfClafehdonStreet, Sine raid H ill, X Furniture bought. Kents'collectcd at 6d. per week per house. Tire and Life Insurance Agent. * Deeds, under Torrcns' Act, tOi. complete. £5 to £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottages and choicc Allotments for sale. ;'JAMES' ORME, : Auctioneer and Commission Agent. LOANS JQ2GOTIATED. . Affe&t.for tbe Queen Insurance Company 99 .COVENTRY STEEET, EMEEALD HILL. H. P. WALLACE, ; House Agent, ?;i u%z,n, , C L A BEN BOS S T E E E T, ' i. (Opposite the Protestant Orphanage.) }.. l;, ? ; ; . Agent for the Liverpool .and London and'Globe < rj..,, Insurance Company. Wooden buildings, 10s. per £100; ttrick(do., 3s. Land on all parts ...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

Government Advertisements. -Registration of' Parliamentary: Electors. i.. THE'General'Lists, Legislative Assembly, are now in-my-possession;? and-can'be inspected during business hours. , ' u U(\ ""'M JAMES EV1XLE, Electoral Begistrar., (. L'non'XSoroujh of/Emsr&d^ililli-f >!n:n smo-ivrro ^JitO'iui!->At fto-.n -Aut mENiDBESifov Formation, Sc.^of'l'wp^riTalc !)JLt Rights-of-way received until Bight' ^o'clock p.in.jonitho 17tli inst.,;,1 ,;n>: "Y..~ ;-<.>«; Jiops EVH»LL r ' V/ ~i' ' ; .-'lown.Clerk..., "VEmewdaHill^ , - ?j 16th' September,*,1869.-. '^'Borougrli 'of Emerald Hill. . -. !ircr( !. ... . ;... ' >. I .1.)/ CITUEF' suitable for E1LLIK& miiy.bc atlvun; ©3- tageously disposed of " by application to flic Borough Surveyor. < . ;; '.>.! ..il*. .-vsiMs^dl ol . i TmTTT > Borough, of Emerald.-,Eill.<;<(.) PROPOSED .BAZAAR in aiclrof JihofEHinds of , , the, Benevolent^ Asylum, to liike iplace;-in Melbour...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

CHAPTER IV. JUST as the vespers' bell of St. Guclule was ringing, Bob and Tom Solly, hav ing deposited Larry Bartlett in an es tablishment, over the door of which was a dim oil lamp, and a sign board informing the Ostenders or others' "Here goot men droncken," made for the above church; Bob laid by in a quiet street while Tom took up a posi tion near one of the buttresses'of-the edifice. He had not long to wait, when a hooded female, accompanied by another carrying a lanthorn, turned' the corner, and at a signal, which ap peared to be familiar, Aimee Yanboost as she? was known, or Mrs. Tom Solly in reality, was in the arms of Tom himself--the intended confessional was abandoned, at any rate, as to the father confessor ; Filette, the servant, who was in the confidence of her mistress; was, dismissed, and Tom proceeded to give her the cause of his somewhat unexpected appearance, which may be briefly summarised as the news re-, ceived from the " Anniballer," and, as lie pointed out, th...

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The North foreland. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

BY "KELP." CHAPTER III. (Continued.) j ., I have said that the shop or store was: .unpretentious-so -vras the " stoop " or living room at the back, the kitchen; and other offices-arrived, however, at the premier etage the affair was altered: a drawingroom extending the entire frontage of the premises presented it self-the furniture and fiting-up of' which were strangely out of keeping with the plain business, burgher-like style of the warehouse below; mag nificent mirrors, ormolu clocks, valu able paintings (by good masters), girandoles, furniture of the costliest, a harpsichord (elaborately decorated with marquetry work), nick-nackeries from foreign lands, a good library, and an infinity of articles of taste and vertu, all telling the story of their col lector or possessor being a man of more refined taste than the majority of those who lived at the period. One of the opulent merchant's "observances " was that he should always dine "by wax," Mid that the interests of digestion were...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1869. THE BREAD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

:r i:.k>. ji 'U; .nnnm .j (_». ,i jjiuu.-ji .... JCMEHALJ) HlLl/: TlIUBSttAY, r, , <> .'v%i <T SBPJDEMBER, 10, '18G9. .1 . t -r-THE'BREAD1 QUESTION '' . .? fOils yia- 'lA Hi; yjnsl' v«M-:0nM;» u'g - Wl >) ) 1) l l I Dl II 1 M il t l Was return-to;tlus question unSvillmglyy because, it'would-seem-!as"if any re-! ! ' I <l[ 1 i 'u ' s'l > I marks .011 tins subiect were accepted ) ' 11 <} t >r' i ii i ' as ..personal, and..[intended to, apply.,to, I individuals., nn tlie trade;) upon .which1 jthey'assume a~crustiness ?which is most' ?uncalled for. Til commenting-on tlic 'i , f>i > k i mj i <) /° <JJ ' sprice jof -.bread we ihavc; no (intention .of > interfering1 with-'-the-' i business"' of^the1 (baker-he has a-perfect) right to make so muchv,\profifc )Oii .a.-vtou of,.-flour, ?whether!it'cost him. £12'oi-i£20';>;but it is Willi''tlie Commercial machinations if' ! ui1 j 1 mi i i/ and,, the, exis...

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Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. FLOWER GABDEIS-.-Finish tram- 1§ planting froin the open grounds all §1 shrubs and trees, and protect with a §§ few branches the more tender sorts m .likely to suffer from cold winds as be §1 uncstablished as they are at this season, fl very sensible to cold. Fork over bor. || ders of established plants, and pulverize §1 ? the.soil well in vacancies set apart for If annuals. Keep down the green fly, m. Finish planting; towards the end of the p month such tender shrubs and trees |k from pots-as are suitable-for grouping ?: in. beds, or promiscously.in borders, as >t i dahlia,; veronica,helitrope, verbena, wj I pansy, petunia, geranium, &c. llanun- i culi, anemones, tulips, hyacinths, &c. : will be blooming during September, j Where it is desired to, retard the bloom- (. ing season of rpses, .the ..upper wood I with young shoots may be pruned more closely; Tie up tall varieties of %? annuals and save the seed for autumn '?...

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THE DECENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

: ;, j ?' THE' DECEN'CIEsJV, 'I i t i T n h u « <» ' Wf-]-: art; essentially, an lmpulsiye^'com-, m unity;,; and.»are r apt' to; beu spasmodic 111' all:' our doingsj" either .' in "loyalty" morality, ?or. amusements. f (If a; live pnnce comes-. our. way lie brings with ; linn a tidal - wave of-'popular demonstra i. -i 'i < n-,1 u (f 111! 1iinm :tion which 'Overwhelms us, only .to iii '< 1 h fit ')/< r I i leave us,! high j and dryscounting tliej costs:; in:amusemcnts''\ve;run riotisadly,1 and wh'at is'taken in" older ^cdmln'unitics in1,1 moderate! -doses, here degenerates mtoi'the wildest .'excitement-popular: showmen 'of- any- 1 kind J: from the'Iroyalj reciter0 down to, Joe, tli'e Ballarat bell-, t-li _ i j 1 i j i; il )S}) I 1 'I UJiit ) man j,with his> horgan,'' are, .for-.,the, .nonce: .(if countenanced' by-'the 'Argus' -a' '-sine qua1 non 'of~f success).'sonic, l-i * > i 1111 "-"i' &.,. " 1 pijuikin,wiiiiejOtlier. mento...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

CHAPTER V. 'EVENTS had by this time culminated, as prognosticated by'.the. officer of the " Anniballer," into a declaration of war, and the two nations stood in an antagonistic position. The Dutch fleet were secure behind the lexel, ap parently awaiting the summer, as the more favorable time for a naval cam paign, or expecting support ;aud aid from the Spaniards-it was .the ' policy or strategy oi the English not. to al low this aggregation of forces, and Admiral Parker was with, a large iorce in the North Sea watching the Dutch fleet under Admiral Zoulman, and this kind of inactive watching had been continued for some -time, Jooulman using all strategy to get south, and, Parker, with equal earnestness, doing all he could to prevent it. The " Liberty " was 'at this -juncture; at sea, looking out for Indiamen or other ships that, might give them employ ment, and were,:.-in a galeof wind, blown away to the northward, and" the I gale being southerly aud'westerly they i could not make t...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LECTURE AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

LECTURE AT THE MECHANICS ...... .INSTITUTE.' , ii Oi\ Thursday;.evening"the ?',]Jev.,"R.. .13. -.DickinKi.-u ''-^ave the tenth fl6f-1 the series of>'<\nutcr>dectnress'to^'we re grot' to sayy.'-'af-very much1 interested; but -iuotai numerous audieifce."' Mr J Glnvcrsri.-.occupied.' / the! ? chair.".**MTlic theme cho'scn''by,-the rev; gentleman! dor illustration^ was'1 "? Heroes--false' and'! truc/A'iinstahcing1 Alexanders the: .Great} Charles' XIL-; of Sweden;* and; .Richard" tlio First' of England]- as in-; stances of;iheroes.iin1,the common ac-i cep tatio n i of i the i term] ? as < military > co m- j .manders" and1 conquerors}- butt;'who! failed-toishow - that1 enduring'bravery j and-superiority to:the;mutations-of cir- !i cumstances-< thatldenote the'true lvero - as-^.-a counterfoil'i'to -these' 'remarkable i men:of; war'»hc< would turn<to<George ?Washington,.<and;-'though ?'?hcj'the:4e'c-1 turc...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

?e*nenl SHIjB HOTEL FREE CONCERT HALL, - "" . BAT STREET, SAKDRIDGE. wm Til* oldest establisbed'Concert Hall in j -the Colony. The Best Talent in every department! Sensational Songs, Nigger Eccentricities, Ballet; Faitce, and Drama BVEI^'&r THE MOST-COMPLETE STAGE «r regards Scenery and Mechanical Effects,,(for a ' Concert Hall) in the Colony. BEST DRINKS! lull measure and at Bar prises! Obliging waiters! Every attention xitid to the comfort of Private Families desirous t.i patronising this establish p«nV. !* 1 ' 1 XS-UE ONE! COME. ALL!! CHAS. C. SHARP, Sole Proprietor, invites you. C..:,rMXKLSs'XOJfEr gonial Wine Merchant-aad Broken 8 ELIZABETH STREET. EstablishediorHbe sale of pure and natural Wines. ^^n't'J'.tbfyithe'iMelljourne Vinegrowerb' ' Association. ----- ...... . Medical.., ' F^l.C.S.E., fill ? ? CONSULTING AND OPERATING <7 /1 > ~f f >. n .) 11 (> i)'!/ f STIE<(3:E3.0ISr, Is at Home, for CoKsuxiATioy, from J\inc a.m. ?IMSV-WOI-J Jgn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

Window Blind Manufacturers. Kstablishcrt 1829* J. W. MXTOHENEll & CO., From Dcaii-sirccl, Sobo, London. V E 3W E T I -A. IS and every description of ¥IFDO¥ BLINDS, Ornamental Wire- Workera, 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD IIILL. 'l'he only practical Blind Makers on the llill. Old Blinds re-pnintcd, taped, &o Orders by post puuc £ tunlly attended to.. All work guaranteed, , . | VEIVETIAM To be had nt Melbourne prices. si. o. boots:, il97 CLABBKBON S T R E 15 T , .. Corner of Cobtlen Street. Blinds re-taped and painted on the shortest, notice. Samples oil view. Tailors, Drapers, &C. ?W3VIC. E"SKrx^flL."sr, T AI L C :a & C L 0 T HIE 11, * . A on v,^,^ySOpp°sitc Market Street,) 10X COIiIilTXS STREET WEST, MELBOURNE. WILLIAM FE11GI)S0"S Tailor and Clothier, 128 Clakkndox, STMET, EUEHATO HILL, (Opposite St. Luke's Chureli.) ;*Genllcmcn's Ready-made Clothing always on "* : hand cheap. D. i SARGU3AKTT, TAILOR,, . 4 f lB CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HTLL. Tweed Suits,...

Publication Title: Record
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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

DOWN BY THE SEA. THERE are some things over which a man may be glorious, and as;a,general rule the more the difficulty overcome the more the glory-and my particular jubilation is those gutters at the Police station, which after twelve months hard application-to police, rank and file, inclusive of Mr. Mol lison-to the department of .Public Works, from the doorkeeper to the Commissioner-to the Minister of Justice-and finally to Mr. Thomas, M.L.A., who " saw to it," and pre: vented the necessity of a private Bill to legalise the removal, &c., &c. Vent! vidi! vici! One Swallow, it is said/ does not make a summer, and this same would seem to apply to lagoon, docks; how ever, I do hope yet to lee that gentle man abstract himself from the con sideration of runaway sailor cases, and devoting himself to thei carrying out of his registered BjscORDed vow of doing something in the way of docks; if the matter is left to itself it will soon simmer down into cold oblivion-miosmo wi...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

EMERALD HILL BOliO . COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMRKR loth, 18(3!). Present .-The Mayor (B. N. Sandi-? lands, Esq.), and' Crs. Thistle-, thwaite, -Stead,- Skeals,' Nimmo,? Eoy, Power, and, Hoffman. , ? . [ ' Theiminutes-'Otlast meeting'were, read and.confirmed., . CORIUSS I'ON lVE N C U. The Town Clerk' ready the'following; letters:- . From the Crown;-Lands . Office, rer icrring to recent correspondence on the subject ot Collins & Go's. Bone Mills, stating that the Commmissioner had consented to allow Messrs. Collins & Co. an extension to the. 15th prox; of the time within which to complete ,f the works suggested by the Central I Board of Health. This concession 1 having been made on the understand f* ing, that if the works were not com 't pleted to the satisfaction ot the Board % of Health by date specified, they % would be required to forthwith relm quish the land, but if . the works were I properly executed, the license, would be renewed until 30th! September, 187.0. -C...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 16 September 1869

) Births, Marriages, and Deaths. , ,, [Notices of Bil'tils, Marriages, ami Deaths arc inserted vitBB'o'picuAno'lJi'anti"communication' or<»uch cvcntHaic j'csiiectftiHy^sojiched.]..,, j,j ji ,j, -i-; ,( Jt ??1 ;''*o BIRTHS.         BLAIN.-On the 13th inst., at the Lion Brewery, Alexandra, Mrs. James Blain of a son.   BRIMS.-On the 9th inst., at 160 Clarendon- street, Emerald Hill the wife of A. Brims of a son. EVERS.--On the 11th inst., at 48 Ferrars-place,   Emerald Hill, the wife of Benjamin Evers of a son.                     HOBART.-On the 10th inst., at Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. A. H. Hobart of a daughter. ROUSE.-On the 7th Dorcas-street,     Emerald Hill, Mrs. Wm. Rouse of a daughter. TRIBE.- On the 13th inst., at her residence, 27 C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

[' Steane's $uperl^ve s To tie 7iad at dil'Tioidl^Toitih'mul^Counlnj: \ | Of thcso BiUcvsi'which'nVo \'AV I ::)7:riAEPMAaiQ£4#©j-;TP5JJ[Q /..* ij- | -I 'yi'nt'Mr:^JbilNsdi^-lhdiiGpVernincnfii'Aiiril.vticaJ Ohbriiist'in Ariclorih\Mia's'U6sorib'cfl''llinm'na^bcirig' 6'J--"-Eoinnrliiibly -plca'snntl in. 'fluvow?/- colli aiiiiiig' I about 16 per eent.'of n'N'cry'purc''nlcoh'ol,'^md'' holding in solution a clcnr, wholesomo, vegetable bitter, combincd-ivitli a fruity', spicy aroma." -j - ITo iuldsj-j-,^1 j|c0usjclciy^thi3lvliij.t.cy a very" superior article/' ' ' " " ; . .Medical Schoollaboratory, . , j The TJnivcreily,^Melbourne/ 23rd June,-18G9. | t ? _ I certify fhnt] 1 hare 'eh'emieally1 minlyscjl, and r otiierwiscLoiamiB^risainplaiof' Sjicanejj l,Supcr-i lative Aromatic,/JL'gnipjiIBiUicrs, received by nie, J'roni. the imamifactiu:crs, Messrs. Steano,,Wilkin t,A y u i The Bitters liarc awoxceedingly'pleasant aroma,5 Kand-very, iflno' flavour/ jffihelamount of purq,spirit [(.present (1...

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Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. FLOWER GARDEN.-Finish trans- g planting from the open ' grounds all r shrubs and trees, and:protect; ?with a fc few branches the more tender sorts fe likely to suffer from cold /winds as be }? unestablished as they are at this season, j.i very sensible to cold. Fork over boi?: ders of established plants, and pulverize the soil well in vacancies set apart for s annuals. Keep down the green fly, is Finish planting towards the end ofthc rl month such tender shrubs and trees ' 'from.pots as are suitable for grouping | in beds, or promiscously in borders, :as | ; dahlia, veronica, helitropc, verbena, | !pansy, petunia, geranium, &c.><Banun- | 'culij 'ancmoncS;; tulips, ? hyacinths,^ &c. | .wiir be blooniing during September. | ? Where it is desired to retard the bloom- f irig season' of roses, the' upper'wood i with" yoiihg shoots may be primed r> more, closely. Tie up tall varieties of & annuals and sav...

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