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THE EMERALD SILL CHURCH-GOER. No. X. EEY WILLIAM POOLE, (BAPTIST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

THE EMERALD SILL CHURCH-GOER. No. X. EEY. WILLIAM POOLE, (baptist.) Is a former sketch of an evening service at.tho Mechanics' Institute, Cocil-atreet, I mentioned that the services in the morning were usually con ducted by the gentloman who is th» subject of my present remarks. When first I know Mr. Poole, he was pastor of a struggling Union Church at Caulfield. By a Union Church, it must bo re membered, the term is generally given to one composed of an union of Baptists and Indepen dents. This church is now ministered unto by the liev. J. lieid, and I have heard, has recently obtained many additions, some rather intluen tial ones, to its congregation. Mr. Poole, how ever, has made a change in his mode of life, and, as it is 110 breach of confidence to refer to a thing so well known, I may be permitted to mention that he now sub-edits the^e newspaper, a duty which interferes with his conducting tho evening service, and so tho congregation have to fall back upon supplies for that po...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. Tile third ordinary meeting of the shareholders in the jl'nv? romnany was held in the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, Emerald Hill, on Thursday l evenina Inst. The chairman of the company (3fr. \ E. J. iiiiha; presiding. Mr. R. S. Brown, the \ secretary to the company, read the following \repoi-t and balance sheet for the past six months:—"The balance to the credit of pro ; and loss account is not so large as your Rectors could wish, but considering the high o they have had to pay for coal, and the great bsition of the rWal company, they regard the fAfc m highly satisfactory. Your directors hav 11!4ccc3sfully tendered for the lighting of the PvAlanps of the town of Emerald Hill and the f°'' three years (the profits "'""VwU go far" towards paying the working expensed the number of consumers having increascd\ai30 per cent, since the 1st of April last, and ;\sji increasing, they have considered it advisable, .R0rder to be prepared for tho in creased consu...

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EMERALD HILL TOWH COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

EMERALD HILL TOWH COTOOIL. Moksat. Feurcaut 2, 1874. Present—The Mayor (Cr. Pago); Cra. Nimmo, Dunks, Thistletliwnite, Phillipson^ Roy, Foote, Whitcmnn and Mills. The minutes of the previous meeting wero road and confirmed. Correspondence. The Town Clerk read the following com muriications:— From tlie Town Clerk, Mclbourno, stating that | tenders liad been invited for the necessary repairs ta the Falls Bridge. Received. I Iron) the Town Cleric, Craigie, on behalf of tho StandingConnnittee of the Municipal Corporations Conference, suggesting that the question of a fair and equitable settlement should be made a prominent- one with candidates at the ensuing general election. Receipt ordered to bo acknow ledged. From the Town Clerk, Sebastopool, suggesting that provision be made in the new Local Govern ment Bill to introduce clauses to cure tho defec tive state of the law, as it now stands, iu regard to special loans. Received. From the Town Clerk, Daylesford, bringing under notice tho ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Weare not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] BARKER v. CAUSE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

• CORRESPONDENCE. ' [Weare not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] BARKER r. CAUSE. To the Editor of the Record. Sis,—Tlie paragraph in your paper of yester day's date in reference to tile case at the Polico Court preferred by me against John Garse for charges for surgical attendance on his daughter is calculated to do me much injury, as it omit3 to states the only grounds which all'orded me any justification for bringing it before a court of justice. It is perfectly true that Carse belongs to the St. Andrews Lodge, and if other circumstances had not intervened I should not liarc had any claim against him. ; The special circumstances of this easo was laid before the Lodge meeting prior to preferring my claim, and it was held by tho Lodge that I should be perfectly justified in suing Carse as I have done. The speciality of the case omitted to be stated by you was the sworn evidence on tho trial by Mrs. and Miss Carse. The person who caused the damage to Mis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Government Advertisements. Treasury, Melbourne, 20th February, 1S73. NOTICE. — Victorian Government Stock bearing interest at the rate of-1 per cent, per annum, may be purchased at the Treasury, Melbourne. Persons residing in country districts may obtain forms of application and other par ticulars at any of the Receipt and Pay Offices. EDWARD LANGXON, Treasurer . :' ' Toto of Emerald Sill. DOGS. OWNERS OF DOGS are reminded that the time for REGISTRATION commenced on the 1st inst. ; JAMES EVILLE,.....7 Town Clerk. Tcwa of Emerald Sill; mESDERS will bo received— ' . I ' Until'4 p.m. For the Erection of Horse and f on Cattle Market Yards, on f Thureday,'. the Market Reserve. J 12th ' inst.k : Plans and specifications to be seen at the Coun cil Offices. JAMES EVILLE Town Clerk. Tora of Emerald Sill; BYE-LAW. No. 52. Fob the Regulation and Govebniient 'op ike Cattle Mahketof tiieTottx of Eme . : bald Hill made ttsdeh the Pbovisions of " THE ly-lTH AND' 382ND SECTIONS OF ' THE ""BOEOUGHS ...

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 — 5 February 1874

Tailors, Drapers, &.c. "^1 LLIAM FEEG U S OS, " Tailor and Clothier, * '. .132 Ciarenuon Street, Ejieraid Hix.ii, ' (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) STarraville and Geelcng Tweeds always on hand. R S. A 1' P""L E " B Y, Milliner, Dressmaker, See-, 145 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. All kinds of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest possible prices; also, ii large assortment of INDIAN EMBROIDERY (just arrived) Comprising Infant's "Robes, Sliort "Frocks, Ladies' Petticoats, Pockcthnndkercliicfs, and iinnow strips for trimmings, See. ; - Hats and Feathers Cleaned* m. R S . F L E T C H E R'S Drapery. Millinery, Mantle, and Dress making Establishment . 81 BANK STREET WEST, Kest tho Roman Catholic Chapel, Emerald Hill jyp R. A. H. WEST, Tcaeher of tie Violia, Removed from 99 York Street East.to 110 NAPIER STREET, EMERALD HILL. S. I C A L N O T I C Ei M" ; CONCERTINAS And every description of Musical Instruments, j in any condition, thoroughly repaired equal to] new, at the ORIGINAL CONCERTI...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS AND • DEATHS. District. Deputy Registrar. .Jlirtlis. Deaths Melbourne (South) E. Prendergast .5 27 - " Melbourne (North) G. F. Nngle ... ;':34 '■"23 Melbourne (West) D. Morison ... 'v 7 ' 3 Emerald Hill A. Plummer... G 7 Sandridge A. Pluminer... 6 4

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted peek of charge, and communication of such events are espectfuUy solicited.] BIBTH. Sutton.—On the 30th ult., at St. "Vincent place, Mrs. J. W. Sutton of a son. 1UBEIAGES. Collins—Luceen.—On the 26th ult., at the Trinity Church, Sandridge, Jby this Her. Mr. Platts, Harry Collins to Jane Lucien, both of Sandhurst. — Fisheb—Lavender.—On the 31st ult., at- St. Luko's, Emerald Hill, by. the Key. H. Morris, Joseph Henry Fisher, Bermondsey,' London, to Lucy Jane, daughter of the late Win. Lavender, police magistrate, Kyneton, and. grand-daughter of tlie Into Sir Freeman Barton, Capt. ;lst Regt., step-daughter of Mr.: T. &. Hope. Emerald Hill. DEATHS. Kayaxagii.—On the 30th ult., after a long and painful illness, Mrs. A. Kavauagh, of the Council Club Hotel, Emerald Hill. Young.—On the 2nd inst., at 15 Albert-road, Emerald Hill, from inflammation of the brain; Emma Matilda, the beloved and eldest da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

rnirfi south Melbourneco-opera ,■ ■ _±,JIVE DRAPERY AND OUTFITTING' v.",:-.-:-- * ■' WAREHOUSE, ' !"•. V:-. -■ ,f ' COBKER OF r..:! ;v-!;q '■ V CLARENDON AMD DORCAS STREETS:;:: s „ J. B. YOUI,. ■ v' In opening ilic above • will supply along fdt ivant pn^niL'raldllill.. ■The inauugration of la system; whereby the consumed will succeed in having ari interest,in and ... -acquiring a certain fixed proportion of theiprofits .. accruing, either: as Discount allowed on'Cash Pur cliases; AnuuaMutcreat on Weekly Payments ;' or, Credit until the.amount of the purchase money ■p.. of the goods boughtjis paid up. ,i.:: :i : - | rro; ■ The business' will be "conducted "strictly oii the; principle of smail ^Eixsr'i}afQtric^KETiHffi8': as' the larger the quantity of goods disposed ,bfin_ ^ ia - given time, so in proportion' the' less'''profits" i V will be required tro'pay the expenses:'' ^ExamjaU'. ' —If the-expenses amounted to,' say" £15l per1 i''i week,'ond: the quantity of goods "sold""did j n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

Kolloway's Oiniment and Pills.—Old.Wounds* Sorely ana £rUlc*or3'.—Daily ^experfencb' confirnut the fact which has. triumphed .over all oppoaitiac formeans are knows, equal to Holloway's -remedies, for curing bui. legs,,sores, wounds, diseases ofthe skin,-erysipelas, abscesses, Suras, scalds,, and,.jn^ truth,.allcase* -whera"'th6~3ku"is'~byokcn;" To-cure these m firmit.ies„quickli5;r is ^ofyprimaryr importance^ as compulsory" confinement" in-doors weakeus the geuoral health. The-ready means of cure are found iu Holloway's Ointment and Pills, whick heal tho :sores. and eipell"their eause.: NIn the very worst cases, the Ointment has succeeded in. effecting a perfect oure after eTery otlier means has failed in giving- any relief. Desperate caset best display its virtues'. uW.'i >>'. A. Scotch gentleman was unexpectedly cauglifc fishing on Sunday.' The minister was 'sKockedj and so was the fisherman, and.in his confusion lie stammered out something about'fearing it wa* going to rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

Miscellaneous. .WILLIAM DETMOLT), Importer of Paper and Stationery, Account JBoolc Manufacturer, EOOE BX»T3JE*E &. PAPER RTJiUK. " ' CoLui^s Street East, Kex-botteke'. jvxedical. k 4T?\ O n . T II 3> BLOOD 1 S T Jt 33 H F E," Jj . . . . .. .See Deuteronomy. chap. xjl; Tcxse iWr f ^.^ ....CLAEXJfiVS . _ i vosu3 famed srooB axre-riricE. • .i--,• >•' •V.-\ TiwIe AIat'k—■" IiIoo<V2IIxtiu,c.''- . A JI :XHE:G]tEA'r BLOOD-PUIUF1EIVAND RESTORER, Far clcajidiug andrciearmg' the ■ Mood: from" all impuritieaV :aono£ be too'highly.recoiiuiiou'dcn. • •' - For ScvofuhV}Scurvy, SaiV-DiscaseS, 'iuul £orcs''o£ all kinds,It isa t^ver-fuiliug mtd peniiaiieuccurc» k ' It Cures OhVSores.o .-r 'if •••"•' ' '■ yCuvesU.lcerated.SbresonthcKeck. >T . '» • ' Cures Ulcero.ted Sore Legs.- : ;, \ Gu res Blackheads, on Pimples oh the Face* Curea bcurvy sons. •' i- - Cures Cnoccrons Ulccrs,' ■' •■' . -• - -,0 Ciu^s l^ood au<V Skin Diseases. : Cures Glaudular Swellings. . " 1 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

Undertakers. W J. a A B E L L, * * • I-ate Newman, Funeral Uudertakor, BAY STREET, SANDBIDGE, Respectfully announces that be has taken the business lately carried on by Mr. Newman, and hopes by ef ficiency and carc to sccure a shave of public support. Bereaved relations and friends may feel assured that every wish will be studiously observed with regard to the solemn duties that may be intrusted to him. J Economy and Diligence-!- -vvillawavs be his motto.

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Finlay, Mouat, Page, Foote, and Barker, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FBBBTLLBr 7, 1874. ' (Before"Messrs. Mollison; P.3X., Imlay, Mouatv :=r'v.'. L Jag?! Foote, and Barker,: J.P.'s.) ■ No Light.—Honry Ambrose Hartley was sum .inoTied by:the police Jot" driving after "sunset1 without lights, and was; fined 20s. with 2s. Gci. costs. . • . S----.T . Tlorse Uncontrolled.—^Patrick JMact wais'sum-; . monedby the .poUce f6r;iVio't^haTing;;liis".hdrse nndcr proper control, and;was • fined: 5s«.'nitli ;2s. Gd. coats. - . . .1.0 -rr-U .. I J,'., i Debt: Cates.—:As3neath':DaTidson yY^!W. 3CeUy, 'i work npd labor, ISs. '9dT;'^verdict^for.theamount 'willvTs. Gd,cost's.r';, n ;4£C mmJaisjtfv-; *„■<.• j.:. Assault.—The follomng:caYes: were: sbmowhat. of. arcomplicated, character.. j,JJm.:Buchati and AJnii'Buchau were summoned by Mary Deylo .for tts Bn:;assaulfc,. alleged to havebeen coinmittedjon ^ .^Wednesday \Iast, ;T; and;,^^ ■; was suinnJOBed.forj an /.offence, of. a similar^naturei-^Wm.1 Buchan': was • fined-20s....

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

- CRIC KE-T TUo.:fiftlu.'.coutejt for.the junior:challenge ;cup j. between the holders and the South Richmond 1 was commenced last 'Saturday, the holders going in first and scoring 83 in their first innings, of which Baker, sen. made 20 and Crockett 18; the former, however, gave . two chances that, ought to have been secured by G-olding, at point'., Xhe.South Richmond followed, but did-not do'so' well as expected, for the last wicket fell for1 the meagre total of 39, of which Golding and White, were the highest scorers, with 12 and 11 res pectively. Messrs. Baker and Waldron bowled wjll for the holders,. as did also McClure for South Richmond, and the Holding was good on both sides. The game will be resumed.next Saturday. . . ... . A maich was VpIayed on'Saturday last between the " Youug Victoria and. Cobdeii clubs, which resulted, in.a victory, for' the former j ",the scores being Young; Yictpria,:67, .Cob'deu 38; the ifor mer winning by'29.runs.'.JL'l'J • -i: ...A. match was. play...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Foote, Page, Mouat, Whiteman, and Smith, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

^"WEDJfESDit, «;3?EBR1JAIIY 11, 1874. . ! L (Before ITcssrsIvFiiilay, MVjote.-Page, Mouat, Whitemaii, and Smith, J.P's.) „ : Delt Cases.—John Maxwell v. Malcolm McGee, fraud summons, £1 12s. 6d.; amount ordered to be paid •■with-;7s:-6d; costs within fourteen days, or fourteen days imprisonment in-,default. Wm, O'Gorman" t. Thomas B. Coc, ront, £2 18s.; Tcrdict for the. amount.-with 5s. costs. Eoger Davis t. T. IT. Newbold, money lent, £2 6s. j no :urisdictioril''i; Edward Wlut taker tI Harriot Mac .-sGormint; goods;"'£2"5sT7(Jrj'TeFdrct'ior 951 15s. jd.; amount paid-.into [Court,, and the plaintiff ordered to pay defendent 21s. costs. Obscene -.language.—John Keishan was sum zirioncd by "Jo'ib Ethu for usiug-obscene language . ■ ■■ ■ .jiltO'MiV \o xiw-• : owarde-liiraf'jii.a'-jiublic^jlacorsnd'rvra^finodrSOs:.-' vith 153. costs,v.o.Mse^euudays imprisonment in iefaull. - | Abusive Words.—Jolm Keislian was summoned >y 'Mijw, Mac^amara; for' abusiveVlaiiguage, and rai fined 2t)s. w...

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THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. No. XI. REV. H. C. E. MORRIS. (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

THEFS^SRl&£irMLL^TO^H-^liRf '';.? \ no. xi. " REV. II. C. E. MORRISH—- •; (oxtvBoa)px 3u 511 ! ■Every man should hare a holiday from'his'usual', 'workr' Change of occupation and scene is rest. One of our learned 'divines, 'A great; ^logician, would go out with his'axe and licw^downa giant :pf tha;forest in brdort'o obtairt'Jrest^ •: ilio'bo.dily ''0x^r2isc',~aiid llie" mental application..,to self-, imposed duty, gave relief to a hard worked brain. Everyjgardenor knows that When tired of digging', using a rako or hoe, gives rest. Indolence is not rest. The most healthy rest is change of occu pation. Nothing is so tiring as idleness. .. The Jnost enjoyable. pleasures are those which re quire a moderato degreo of exercise to their full acV ;cbmplistiment. So our ministers, when tlmy.take^ their yearly holiday, 3eldom while away the time In inactivity. .Of course, when illness necessitates complete' repose, it is another thing, but the regularly recurring season of reiuvigorati...

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CORRESPONDENCE. BARKER v. CARSE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

:iae-ii s; P0RRESP0NDE2ir0E:.3:j'?; [Wi are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] •B Alt K E E, V; C"A 11 S E. To the Editor of the Record a' letter from Dr. Barker, in reference to the case Barker y. CarsepBtatiug that the report of the' casein your issue the week before was calculated toi^do him,ran! injury > I'think'lie is' trying to injuroiriie, both in pocket and 'character. -In ithe first.-p]ace;-lie told in* tho- St; Andrew's'Lodge thatil had received the money from Mr. David son (who had caused the injury of my daughter), and appropriated the same to my own use, when he. knew that I had not received any money from Mr. DaTidson; and, in the second place, lie swore in theiEmerald Hill Police Court, that he: never prescribed from the dispensary for my daughter,, in reference to which, the dispensary book, con:'.. taining a prescription by Dr. Barker for Mrs. Carse's daughter, can be seen at your office by" Dr. Barker or any other person intereste...

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RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

I'RfRRiETATTLE "ilRCASTi~E'£T "rS j ^.f^MlSiSCENOES:. , , y,! Ohattek XII. - If, my, " guardians had: even removed ma into I another .\cell,i Iv do - not- think they would have exceeded. ■ their duty, -but no/auoh a civilized and rational Jdea .might, as, soon have been expected to have entered, and been emitted by the crowns of their hats, than1 froni any portion of tiieir "dressed in brief authority "^craniums..■..ITow-l BKer;; if.ithey" had^ condescended :to' ■'consult' 'my feelings or wishes; ;in- the.-matter, I certainly should, have preferred remaining beside, the body of mr old friend whose death I had, no doubt, caused in an indirect manner.1 It was the living, and not the dead I was afraid'of." Poor old man, if even the shadow, of: a thought had flashed across my intellectual Tision, that it was he, the fine, jolly, manly preceptor of: my. youth, who bravely attempted to do that gymnastic feat which I had soen him do hundreds of times, with as much ease as bending dowu to p...

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MR. FERGUSON'S PAMPHLET. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

, MR. FERGUSON'S PAMPHLET; ! ; 'I " To the Editor of the Record* , . f Sib,—As you intend to review both pamphlets" about the- Baptist: Church dispute, will you; kindly 'permit me to call the attention of your,, readers to one or two points; in which Mr.'. Fer guson appears to .contradict Mr. Potter,, hut in which he in reality only strengthens Mr. Potter's case. • ■ .. yv . ■ On page 14, ill'. Ferguson says that at a special Church meeting, held on the 23th .December, 1865, he " calmly supported", a resolution to depose his pastor, and " not in a frenzy of pas sion" as Mr. Potter asserts: on pages13pf ihis pamphlet. Wow, Sir, on turning . upVilio.; min-.r utes of the Church" meeting at which " Mr.' Potter read the requisition," and of.-'which Mr?' Potter speaks on page 13, I find that it was held on Octobor 26th, 1865. K"o doubt .-Mr.- .Fergu son's rage had somewhat abated during the two months. > On page 18 Mr.'Ferguson savs, the only mort gage of York-street Chapel ..heard of ...

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HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 February 1874

I,,. HOME. GOSSIP JOTTINGS. U. our own Correspondent.) Mb.Cole, C.B., of South Kensington fume, pub -Holy-tlesejibed-Mr;-Robcrtrljowo as-" a sort "of milk and water Babelais." : If this is the result of so-many years labour amongst art and artists ; then do artists closely resotnble costermongers. The.taatc'is quite up to the Billingsgate standard. "We must not blame art for the exhibition. It is' origiual information, however, as few people were aware of there being any milk in Mr. Lowe's composition ; considering the fate of " Simpson," lately, we question the analysis. Post office employes, convict warders, and ciril service writers, clamour for and deserve in creased pay. Work is scarce ic the towns of the United States, every Atlantic steamer brings returned artizans to Liverpool. Jfearly 300 agricultural labourers have returned "disgusted" from Canada to the neighbourhood of Market Drayton. The pauper using this strong language is the Shremsberry Journal. Mr. Holloway, agont f...

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