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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

Auctioneers, Brokers, He.' I T» aV01KIffl^:$i axil1: 5 Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate : - Agent,. , . , , i CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD: HILL; AND AT, Betch House, South Eoad, Brighton Bench. W. P. BUCKHURST, AUCTIONEER, -JSSO^TBq AGENT? AND VALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, Fttr&itiire bought. Rents collected at 6d. per week per house. Fire and Life Insurance Apcnt, Deeds, under Torrcns' Act/ K)i. complete. , £5 to £5000 to lend at moderate iutcrcst. CatUfei and cKoice Allotments for sale; - ; rr'": iFAMES ORMEi Auctioneer and Commission Agent. , LOANS NEGOTIATED. . A|»ni for tbeQaeen Insurance Company K'COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL., T ; H. ? P. WALLACE, . Bouse Agent, CIIHENDOK STREET, {opposite the Protestant Orphanage.) . . Agent, for the Liverpool and London and Globe ' ' 'Insurance Company. ; Wowen buil&Mtjs,'l6s. per £100; Brick do., 3s. Land on all parti of the Hill for safe. Title deeds, £2 10. Money from _AlO to £6000 to lend. ^Properties...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 18, 1869. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Martin, and Mouatt.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

yi»T. .; Vrr^GQEJBrJC'.j aoitecSR&oS Saturday, September. 18, 1869. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, 'Martin, and iViouatt'O'' ? ; . . I.; siurn Broderich v. Jbnesl-l^ihii else in which 30s. was claimed for's'ix" 'bot tles of brandy supplied to the alleged order of! the defendant, but denied by him and his wife, the beneb~~in"~spite of Mr. Fawsett's argumfehPf&und for the plaintiff, but awarded him 20s. only and no cbsts, because they defemed it a lax mariner of doing business,1 on his part to give goods tb.the ' creiiit' of another person ".without: authority. A Savage Affair.-Mrs. Savage of Brooke-street, ;was charged:' by1' Mr. Campbell with breaking, a jpane. o^glaas worth 10s., by, throwing: ;:a piece-of clinker through.it. Mr. Fawsett%cal led both Mr. and Mrs. Campbell to prove the commission of the offence. Mrs. Savage! h'owever, 'cleverly'-"en listed'the sym'pathfes'of theTi'encB.'in Ker -favor, or excited their prejudices against the complainant's, by 'alluding ft&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

jMrioE''of''iisTTE^aiioN fob' iu'a'ifkNsi?J5B7 OF 'tijaiiiciLN ',s; 'i.ifcas i? sk| ','i'n *! b'nnV IiicpriEo ' for' the liotiVo' niid''premises i lcii'otvh as'tlio I'amleHotel,' iituateiat the cbi;nor.of iSUoko-strept audfjBcacU-^treo.b,! in, the Borough of Sandridge, "do hproby giro^KOTICji t^ial it is'niy intention''to., appVy'.tQUiic''j\isticos'siitfiii^ iitOihcj ? CJourt'of Q?ctty!So3^ioiis 16'ib'o hoUTon" ut'Siindrldgo (uforb^aidj ,on .lhi<,7t^tlay,pf,lOc(.ojbBiVil8C9,.rtd ,'i'EAiiSFEll^hp said license to^VilliamX«»shuii 6'f'.Fitzroy-strcot,fJiri tlio ;'Borovigli'pf3iKtzroyl .ffiVst'dr'iiiannw.'^1 ??'! ihttlft to itlR'/r { hrb ojfi jta.iiti-w/rj|jWj%0>i58^.y^iI | Given under liiyrhaikli thisy sixteenth! dayn'of .Sfl'pUimbpr,,On0jtlipu?ancl eight hundred audjsixtyj -i" f. vJr,,y{:' VA. ^, r ^ iV"J."i/? ^, r" f," I

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, September 21, 1869. (Before C.Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

; . : . * .. ..v? c*. "'j/nioiiA. SAN'jDRIDGE POLICE cSuRT Monday, Septemleii 21, 1869. (Before,' C..'M611ison,/Pi.M.3r'"aii'&iMr. :Swaiiw; ?'; ::,f r/. " Unlicensed -Nightman:. ~r Charles Ryan was (.gammoned for [feiaoiritl^ night-soil 'without a licinfce.' 'Tfwas proved that he had cartcd the"'night soil, and deposited it 'about' itwqniy yards off Inglis-street.i The defendant, who did not appear, had oncc before been" convicted of \lilce-5 offence^ j%id was now fined £5, with 30s.! costs J or , .in default, J one month's im'prikbntatnt, with hard labor; ,:j-: ? . - "n^-Liftojya WIT. AT THE GALLO'VYS.tt-A fellow walking through the Ola.'Bailey, at the time ' of an ' execution1, ;,(rhen an Irishman 'was -at 'the'£pdint-of-'being turned off, inhumanly ibawled out 'Arc you there, I . always said . >you . would come to be hanged ?'-* You are a liar/ replied Pat; ' If it was the last "word I had (d'siiy: I did not come, I was brought'

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FACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

FACTION. IT is to Kfregrettcd that wc have im portedl into' what should' be * a free; tolerant, and; liberal-minded country, many of the unfortunate prejudices which in the old country have in, bye gone times, and even in later years, produced so much rancorous ill-feeling and bloodshed; we allude to the strong sectarian and party-feeling.. between the Roman Catholic and theiProtestant Irishmen of the colony ;i.which, 'deep rooted arid fosteredJas; it'is, on botli sides, seems destined to yet cause much Yrbuble 'anil .disunion., In' our'most august representative body it has been openly charged against the Orauge ln stitutions; that they, by their leading men, have influenced political events, and have attempted to procure the dis missal of some 6f, the .civil ^gervauts, whose only fault, in their 'eyes,'was, that they 'were1 Catholic's;' and so as 'sured-'is Mr:;FARRELL,uM:L.A.' 'that such influence has been exerted'tiiat '?tie'is moving' for a select committee to .inquire into ,th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

rQoyerninent. Advertisements.r. Rojiatratioa of'Parliamentary Electors. K,. General Lists, Legislative Council and JLt Legislative Assembly, are now in my posses sion, and canbe inspected during business hours. fnu'jilfi a:!' ' JAMES EVILLE, '{(J ho'tnob Electoral Registrar. .jo'fiJun.Sw»Mh of Emerald, Sill. JO TUFF- suitable for FILLING- may be advan .O . tageously disposed of by application to the .^Borough Surveyor. . ? ? Borough of Sanlridero. NOTICE.-To Farmers andothers.- Quantities i of SEAWEED having been washed ashore .tSandridge, persons requiring the same for manure or other purposes are invited to cart it .w»y.. EDWARD CLARK, i Town Clerk. .,; Sandridge, September 15th, 1869. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Emerald , Hill.-A COLLECTION will be made at all the Misses in St. Peter and Paul's Church, on Sunday, September 26th, and also in the Evening, :in aid of; the MORTUARY CHAPEL, General Cemetery, Melbourne. At the Eleven o'clock .Mass, and at Vespers, the Bev. W. M. FINN, ?'Tri...

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THE SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB FOR SEASON 1868-9. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

THE : SEVENTH ANNUAL KE /; ;PORTiOF: THE SOUTH MEL i: BOURNE CRICKET CLUB FOR !i SEASON 1868-9. '"Atr'the annual meeting of the mem bers, held on September 14th, 1868, .at"the' Mechanics' Institute, Emerald Sill, the following gentlemen were "elected office-bearers and committee 'for the ensuing yearPresident, John ^ Finlay, Esq., J.P.; Vice-Prsident, B. ",N. Sandilands, Esq., Mayor of Emerald Hill ; Honorary Treasurer, Mr. W. J. Bunting; Honorary Secretary, Mr. E. P. Fishley; Committee, Messrs. C. Chesiel, A. Mackillop, N. Osborne, A. E. Wheatley, and J. Cullin ; Au ditors, Messrs. Juniper and Page. With the exception of Mr. Cullin, who afterwards declined to act, these gentlemen have all remained in office. .Mr. Andrew McClure was appointed to. the vacancy but resigned towards tKe close of the season. I The committee meetings, numbering thirty-three, have all been held at the "private residence of Mr. Run ting, of .which the president attended 11, Mr. 'Wheatley 33, Mr. Hunting 32,...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

-ID -ibrli iol / , rr)7o t) f)fl« SI -iioia .T .ETeaoM-: 19b -hi'.). I ,'k»yo S J.uis x\)linod'/f ,e[ .A . i: JYieryi 'EusYs-S-Horn> eiiter.edi aui :sa']ii,cUun^oyesterday,nwiienM'ffBl .tlfceplyifefagaged'Hiir pro.ofrreji.dingif^frJ ;s.ee fypu(mre'jfitigaged/i-jsaid .thgjjrcgg. j,' "Yles/f-we-are aK'littilatbu8yjatjpf.espn1!!' -cj;Wliatayali sayjimusM'b'e ti'.uejojaclde.d f tlie. incomgible;iocefot Ij see^,thej \proqfs .bsfo^eoyouii o-.vj o}/ix log uuot bna ? ; XJsb oe, BeeXD;-vWnatis .tHiTcMSf 'tile itffexaramey^/a recent school examiAat?6n.u.'l< THe cllicf ?ap'paifcutL^a^oni^W^at-My^si^p'Ha?y ' of'' tlie' in'q uiry " 'i 'the 'Hh'&rf ujs&1 df bread 3i^ tousi)re'a'd buttef1 ancl^e a'cl'e mfon'!" v^nv.yrh hioaolqs a siJrrr tasrsls-lsin .'I i/rXAKI2\;GhCARElOEriSi'lUM]lEa!.ONE;r7 i'A negro;ihaving'> ipurchas'ed ca Hat-^was Io.bseryed.3to[tt'alcer-:it fromcHis : head-jon 1 therfalhiof[ aosho.weu! o£urain>*pand> to . manifest tparticvjarl anxietyjf...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1869. THE MINISTERIAL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, : .i'SEPTEMBER:, 23,.1869.7: THE MlNISTEElXl7~CriANGE. > v. <> 1' I'L / i i i /.(.l We'!^e;hardly sure whethWwe, should1 be jubilant or regretful; at the;,over throw of the M'Culloch Ministry; the delay that must inevitably occur'in: the progress of legislation and public business is; of course, to be regretted, but cannot be avoided under the .cir cumstances. Reviewing ike past, we' cannot help admitting that the M'Gul loch adminiitration,' once strong and deservedly popular^ has been gradually losing, by disintegration and the neces sitated association of new and untried elements, that masculine determination of character and cohesiveness of pur pose which had invested it with a large measure of prestige, and the crowning folly which produced the climax would seem.;to bear.out the adage gucniDcus ?cult ?perdere>.prius'.demwta$'S: it-is,' how-; ever, to'be-hoped. the1 bitter penalty of: ttic indiscretion, to- irive no 'harsher name, to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

.... '. - "Amusements. SHIP HOTEL ;f" i!REE?CONCERT HA^L. BAT STREET, SAXDEIDGE. Immense Attraction! Re-opening' of the above Hall, and engagement of (he folluw "ing renowned artistes, forming such a Galaxy of Talent never assembled at oue time in fc'andricige before.^ . BS CLARA KEVILIE, the celebrated Characteristic and Sensational . Singer (from all the principal Music Halls in the colonies). ; KISS HOVEIIO, the admired Soprano and Sensational Duetist. , ;'*"JBISS A X. X C E POIEV, the only fomale Ground Danccr in tlie colony, in V'j ' ". conjunction with MB. W. WEST, ' .the Champion Clog, Hornpipe, and Jig Danccr, " and Negro Delineator (from Sydney). "" M R. T. GAX.L, Nigger Delineator and Wcnch Danccr (from rf,r.: Sydney). c ^-*1 R . S . BOLDSWOKTH, the much admired Teuorand Sensational Duelist. MB. F. LEEMA^T, the eminent Basso. On Saturday night, first appearance of the "SOITIHEBW CROSS MIXXSTHEIiS, (six in number) in their new budget of comicalities. .'- "?Further engagemen...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

! ti 'J i [Wo aro not rosponsiblp fbr tlio opinions oxpressodj 1; "11 ' "by our'Corrcspohdonts.] '?!"'' ?'''!' '.* j .To' the ' 'Editor of The' ?Re'cordJ-?' I Sin,-I' apprehend that af!public journalist is liable to have his writings commented on by any one who, feels lie has just grounds for criticism. As suming that such is the case, I beg the favor of! insertion for a few remarks which I propose to offer regarding a .writer whose effusions appear from; 'time to time in Wie'llccord. 11 " Circumambulator"inhislast paper finds Himself so Excessively" hard-up for matter, that he is compelled to try his;.hand ,at the manufacture .ofjrso'me-j thing new ; and, accordingly,'' mikes at mild, sickly sort of attempt by poking! ifun at a Mutual Improvement Society meeting somewhere in Howe-crescent. 'Perhapsi 'he is one of those who do not believe 'in such societies? indeed, I ishould' not be. at all surprised ? were .this,, the cas,e; nevertheless, it .is,fip parent to any .one acquainted w...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

3f»7 01 D'jr.'U^OJ) Rilfjas .(OftJS SANM^ID QrE", B OIIAUGE ; *' . CO'UNCIL: "A,lluu vjtl !.wi Ji "/bod DTdii'i/ws'riuo'i JajinuB , Eresent ThedM.ayqr,jj,an'd sjG.ouncil ,j;lors Men-ley* j^oglmanj 0Grockfpi;cl, . rCurtis. Swallow, and Thomas. a; oil J HJOOiq oj jjo)qni;ja5.fi oriul bur, - ^.((The^mmutes^of las^1nieetingJ.^cr1e read and confirmed.- . ? S-trif -{Ino omiiw 08 IwiJ -joiti Ji!i{P-14l6.is®n following letters:- y . r j/,ui jj-jj-joxi) «f)oo -hi»U .aoa-Milnu. aous From Mr. ,Clay, Borough Surveyor, ;stating'ffiat unless steps be'talc'en't'o do "away'with%o'at^%lie ;trees>jin Sta'tion placc reserve will be destroyed,f-nrKe soly.ed, that., the law, be ^arri^d.out^ith 'reference'to goats and" dogs, "and (that /the Mayor take step's accordingly:" ,f 'Frbm ':Melbourrie' University,1 swith : reference ,to- holding. matriculation i. ex aminations.-Acknowledged, , and' the Town Clerk furnish information.' > ° Pubite 'Works' Committee.-,This v Mayor brought up'the'report'of JtK...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

Blrtbs, Marriages, and Deaths. ., [Notices ot Births, Marriages, and Deaths arc,inserted PEER op CHARGE, !intl communication of such events arc respectfully solicited.]., . ? [,. :??»?( ;:;;! DEATHS.                 ARNOLD.-On the 19th inst., at his residence. 84. Coventry-street, Emerald Hill, Mr. Andrew Arnold, late of Plymouth, England, aged 63 years. ROBISON.-On the 16th inst., at Emerald Hill,   Jared Robison (of the firm of Robison Brothers and Co., Victoria Copper Works, Melbourne), aged 66 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 23 September 1869

Window Blind Manufacturers. Established 1920. J. W. MITCHENE11 & CO.,. From Dean-strcet, Solio, London. VENETIAN and cverv description of WINDOW BLINDS, Ornamental Wire- Workers, 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. The only practical Blind Makors on tlio,Ilill: 01(1 Blinds re-painted, taped, &c Orders by post punc tuall.v attended to. All work guaranteed VENETIAN Bfc,INJ>§ To bo had at Melbourne: prices. /: n. o. BOOTS:, ; 197 CLARENDON STREET, Corner of Cdbdcn Street. Blinds rc-tapcd and painted on tlio shortest notico. , : Samples on view. Tailors, Drapers, <&.c. 7SAT3VB:. PINLAY, ; 1 AIL OR & CLO T III E11, ' (Opposite Marfcrt Street,) 101 COIIINS STREET WEST, , Melbocene. WILLIAM FERGUSON, / , Tailor and Clothier, 128 CLAHEXDON STllEET, EmENALD HlIL, (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothing always on' hand cheap. D. SARGEANT, ,,: . _v ! . 11 TAILORr - 1G CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL.! Tweed Suits, to measure, from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 30 September 1869

a!n-r - Bti&Ogft Emoral&'-Sllli" ^' TENDERS will bo received until 7,30,lltli fhOctobor prox.:- . . :>For. the Execution of Channelling, and olhor ..; ; Works in portions of Bank and Coventry; . 'streets. Specifications, &c., at the Council Offices,"" ", . . JAMES EVILLE, ';:; Town Clerk,, Emerald Hill,. *" ; ~u:p 30th September, 1869. : vrvoy Borough of Emorald HELL TENDERS will be received' until 7.30, on ; Monday, 25th October prox.: -1. 1 3For Leasing the Sandridge-road Toll-gnU) ; 1 for, a period of 12 months, from 1st ' !' November noxt. .. 2. For Leasing the Yam-bank-road Toll-gate for a period of 12 months, from 1st November next. ',-,'3.-'';For Letting the premises Jniown as the -v!! 1 . Ladies' Baths for 1, 2, or 3 j<wra> from . 1st November next. _ Conditions and Drafts-of Lease, to be seen , at'tho Council Offices. ' V' JAMES EYIIJ.L Town Clerk. 28tli September, 18G9. Borough of Emerald Sill. ?\TOTldE is hereby givenj ihalvafc i\ ...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 30 September 1869

Cii.u'TEK yr.'', ?" t! GOING back to the' eailiei histoiy of the island,! may say it had its patiician element, and had had its feudal tunes; when William the Noi man conqueied broad England he rcwaidcd the sei vices of the Earl of Tenet with ;.the island, and that family had held. the feudal1 seat of' Dandelion since the Conquest. , ?-.i- - ' Dent-de-lion,' « or i-more popularly Dandelion, was about ioiu miles fiom Margate-this,' at some time in the earlier period, when it w;as the,law . f That thoso should Uilco who had trie power, .;! " And those should koop who could, had been fortified, but at the date of my tale all that remained of its archi tectural importance was an old arched gateway, surmounted by a time-eaten tablet in stone, upon which the Tenet arms with their various quarterings had been engraved-it was now sim ply a large family mansion, and was occupied by Sir Reginald De Courcey, whose grandfather had acquired it by marriage. Old Sir Reginald was well stricken in y...

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The North Foreland. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 30 September 1869

BY "KELP." CHAPTER V. (Continued.) _ "Now's your time," said Tom, put ting the boat on the starboard tack, " haul aft your foresheet! up main mast ! now the sail! now keep out of sight, for we shall hear from him shortly." ! In all most as short a time as it has taken to read this, the evolution was performed, and the ''Liberty" close | hauled was tailing away from her dan gerous acquaintance and standing for Flambro Head or the English coast generally ,. it is an accepted tradition that a Dutchman settles no question of importance without a preliminary pipe, and,' apparently, it was verified in this instance'-the Dutch lieutenant in charge of the gun-brig taking some few minutes to consider whether he would wear or stay the brig to get her on the starboard tack-his irresolution was of paramount value to our friends, and when he had got" Der Leopolden " round and was in chase of the "Liber ty " he was too far off to throw his old iron with any effect at her, and though he blazed awa...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1869. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 30 September 1869

i:-' 3331BltALD HIM;: ..THUJISDAYy SEPTEMBER 30, 1869. f i i A STITCH IN TIME SAVES '. NINE. mi / , WE have ever avoided interfering with the business of individuals), nor'do we feel'free to comment upon, the met hod of conducting> the; affairs id ? anyi .com? pany, unless, indeed,-. ther personal safety of the public, or those, employed thereupon, be jeopardised 3 or the bhaics of said companies are publiclytlafficked in I'as 1 investments,-m*1 such'' 'case j we ..'iJ'JOU >3.!- ,'l If.M Ifl think ,that the. interest, of,, the^pub/, licwe> areoivarrantcdiiin<> miking sucli f 6 as on abl e'3 co ni ni'o n t' .is'oui''knowledge Ji'X'rnt:. aiu ni joa .eJ ja of itlieir , anairs and their ..method ol conductingfjthoir^busiiiess (allow'si us; ;to "ro -vd-muill K ',,"WeJa^e,,fiot abo'ut''tovindividualise ii'jjjidjsiii.a mo oj t. own any;^ai'ticular company;jbutj shallj_i;e7 ferj4'-lt6'i-'coinpauies i generally/'leaving tlibse: most deeply'interested' 'to ''make .Xmliy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 30 September 1869

Auctioneers, Brokers, 4c. : i :;: - T. NOBLE, Auctioneer, Valaator, Land and Estate - Agent, - CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; AND AT Beach Houie,-South Road, Brighton Beach. W. P. BUCKHURST; AUCTIONEER, J5STATE -AGENT AND VALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Sill, furniture bought. Rents collected at 6d. per week per liouse. firt and Life Insurance Agent. Heeds, under Torrens'Act, 10s. complete. _ £3 to £6000 to lend at moderate interest. Ctttages and choice Allotments for sale. JAMES ORIKE, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. tOIXa NEGOTIATED. Afni for tbe'Qneen Insurance Company 99 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD SILL. H. P. WALLACE, Houss Agent, 137 CLARENDON STREET, (Opposite the Froteatant Orphanage.) Af*nt forth* Liverpool and London and Qloli Insurance Company. Vsedsa bmildingi, 10s. per £100; Brick do., Si. Land 011 >11 £rt< *t the Hill for stfe. Title deeds, JS3 10. Honor from 0 to £1000 to land.' Properties bought, sold, or let. Honay »4raaead on proptrties for sal...

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DUST OH! [Newspaper Article] — Record — 30 September 1869

-a Ji '(<f f->tb xtihh'tl tf>i »fi<vnvt *ni-mi oi imfoj Tk-is'suljjict£rtW old summerrgncviirice , ; . ^orsfizoiff iotlrti37o& M mo A has already begun, to, iorce itself upon -hLyj lit iuAumPJi- lo iauliuiji u jiio t1; tlipires[dents-.oTjthe ill -Jui._a imosbjun-j pieasantfmanher.'-'"'' tyl-t u<f q .n 'in '?Wc h'ave^a.lbhg!& 'adro'ca viiua/tooO rn jwJuto.xv. hii:;V. vnUn tedja mo^emtnt^'-to, prpeuxe.-.tliCj, same benefits /as .those enj oyed iby Melbourne tradesm'£ii 5# 'ffie ^principal street's-in ".vifja'i, l.:ifio'w. iiii/io'.KjMS -;>fti the laying the dust on hot wind j days .^r:aiid;>yeftrust>that;the earnestnessj; of the';appeai or'^rrftlier^tlie, (dbmandj for it'a8sume's°t&e'form "of1 a' riglit1"ratlier aiu .isa mm aatwA* -wm -jef t1]jan^a.)fay)9r>;^iU,]1}§0j|ucces§f\il>;ai^ that the trifling -privilege:'of ithc'use'of a'few" tons;6f^wat'er;^luMf:4s'4Souglit lor ton; equitable grounds, will,, be .gr...

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