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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

Coal and Wood Merchants. ' Coals now discharging, at Lowest Eaten: WI LLI.A'M; M.OE LE Y, :^1..0bal-Importor, G4 EI/IND E K S' ;!'S TB'EE.T'|;W,BST? Jbid ai jiay-slreel, Sauilridge. . j . ???.r-.- .?. SJI ' ''"rj' i "'(Lnte G..A Mourit/.),,., COAL ' & COKE MERCHANT', 1 Bobson's Bay Railway, Coal Xards, Flinders Street Station, cornor of- Queen Streotij Coals niitl Coke of the bo-t quality delivered at itlie 'lowest: , ,, ([rates. | .. . i!' ' St©^©'sST^p6riaiii^e3Itt©ii?^ To lehadai. till hotel*-Tom and C.qunfri/..,.', Of tlieso BittersfWhiclf nroQ3fc> ' '^D T0N|G in their properties, it will bo sufficient to say tlint Mr. .J.OHNSONftb^.Go^evnnioiib^UialjUciil Chemist in Victoria, has described thoni ns being --^Kciimi'kiblyjplcasantun^aTOuy L;ontaiiung| nbout 'iG^pcr cent. of a very purs alconol, ami liolding-in .solution.a^.cleuy, ^>bolpsomo, vegetable bitter, coinbiiicd Svitfi n fi'iutiy, spicy aroma. * Ho adds-'"I consider' this* 33iLlcr a very 1 1,1(1 Medical Soho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

-jrr rirf i - '>.!' ......... . Ooverament Advertisements. Education Office, Melbourne, 28th March, 1870. NOTICE. THE. following gentlemen Imre been appointed by the Board of Education Members of the I/ocdl Committee of the undermentioned Common School, without prejudico to the power of the Board to withdraw aid from the school at any time subject to the provisions of the Act: , , , ., EMEBAED HILL. No. 225. Richard Dawson, Georgo Gillespie. By order of tho Board, I,' B. P. KANE, !, . -, Secretary. REGISTRATION 01' PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORS. .>: , EMERALD HILL. S.upplementakyLIST OF Yoteiis. Jiuft,?'- ) .. . EmeeAldHILL DIVISION-CENTRAL PROVINCE (Legislative Council). , ELECTORAL DISTBICT OF EMERALD Hul (Legislative Assembly.) ' KTOTICB. '. Thoabove lists liavo been printed and aro now in my possession. The lists pan bo inspected during oflico hours. ?' I ' ' 'By ordor,' ; JAMES EVILLE, -,jf j j, f(| .Electoral Registrar, i. [ ., Dorcas-street west, Emerald. Hill, 21st March, 187...

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MYSTERIES OF MELBOURNE CHAPTER X. EXIT MIRANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

.MYSTERIES OF MELBOURNE oc,nl -ciiicUr'.v ; BY "KELP." ?CHAPTER X. EXIT MIRANDA. MADAME Brillon, during the evening on which the burglarious entrance into her house was effected, had been care fully instilling into her daughter s mind the filial duty of obedience in allthings, even to marriage. "No, my dear mamma," argued Mary, " in any and everything short of that I have been and shall be obedient to your wishes, but in that, 'dearest mamma, forgive me if I appear wilful, but I must exercise my right; if 'any alliance I might propose to mate should be such as you do not ap prove of I will most respectfully hear your objections, and will even go so far as to promise I will not act in op position to your wishes but will wait till you shall have seen your preju dices'foundationless, but to be led like 'a! lamb to the sacrifice-not even for you, dear mother, could I submit to such degradation." . ;! fV Mary," replied her mother, this is!"all high-flown nonsense-I have labored long to b...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

Births, Marriages, and Deaths.     [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are   inserted FREE OF CHARGE, and communica-       tion of such events are respectfully solicited.] BIRTHS.   JORDAN.—On the 21st inst., at Rouse-street, Sandridge, the wife of Thomas Jordan of a son. WHOOKEY.—On the 26th inst., at Little   Collins-street west, the wife of Mr. William   Whookey, of Emerald Hill, of a daughter.

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1870. OUR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

EMERALD HILL: TllUJlSDAY, MARCH 31, 1870. ; ;V':. , /OUIl KAILWAYS. ' v ; IT is a very common thing for persons to announce' after an accident that -th'ejr saw beforehand, that, the casualty must occur;! the natural conclusion on the mind of. those who hear this claim for prcvoyancc,is.that the reticence which prevented its being noticed',;, and the catastrophe, more or less sepous as dt may have been, "averted, was'., some what injudicious-r-n;iy,tcriminal-and we, -in* like mannerieeluthat-we. owe a'duty.to society'iri relation to 'a'mat1 ter- in, our >midst iwhicji^ cries aloud for attention, and sjwhich; unless attended to,'willpsooneiT'. or' laterJ/Urivolve ari accidentof a.inost. appalling1^^ 'IWe; allude |»to ath'e,|Cohditi9n! :pf ..the Hobson's Bay Railway/viaducts/sand the" railway'bridge ;/oVe"r\^the?yarfa at; ^iraiis;1'^": ? .*.>.! j-ii «/?:>:>;) . ,!v itttranyicngmccrjffpvjj indeed, .'?pvac,-; 'tical;! men, 'whether'builders /or: others, fex^iSe-ncVcr's^'curso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

Auctioneers, Brokers, &.C. r T. NOBLE, Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate Agent, CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; AND AT ' Beacli House, South Rohcl,-Brighton Beach. FIRNITUBE WAREHOUSE. RENTS COLLECTED. W. P. BUCKHURSI, | AUCTIONEER, ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, Furniture bought, ltcnts collectcil nt fid. per week per house. Tire and Life Insurance Ajjent. Deeds, under Torrens! Act. 50s. complete. £.i to iisnou to lend nt moderate interest. Cattages and choice Allotments for sale. JAMES OIIJIC, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. LOANS MQOTIATED. Agent for the Queen Insurance Company 09 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. S. X>. NATHAN, Auctioneer, Valuator, Hotel Broker, . House, Land and Estate Agent, ^ COBNEB OF CliABENDON AKD GliAKT STHEETS, """ EMDEAID Hili,j ' AND 81 i COLLIN'S STREET ,;EAST, (Mechanics' Buildings, opposite " Argus'' oflicc.) . i.T'.,' J. MAYS, . HOTEL & MONEY BROKER, Valuator and Arbitrator, 65 LITTLE COLLINS ST...

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THE PLANK-ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

THE PLANK-ROADS. 'Tuii 'statc of our highways and bye Svays is a subjVct which should specially ,occupy;the. attention of those. gentle ?men'who attend' to the ^interests of the b'orougli in this particular.' Just at this, juncture, ,;\vhen .tlic '/dark', nights arc'sotting : in, it; is.more particularly to' be desired that' they do so-and-we jT.ery. respectfully;'invite their, or their officer's, attention, to. the condition of the11 plank-road - along the south bank .[otj:th'o^aMay^it'.has.becu long failing's but,its,, constitution .is: now. seriously broken( uj), arid.-it".; is; riot' only incon 'venidiit'.'lnit' 'dangerous : the handrail o.t ° ? , , ' i thingi of. the past-nails, calulateci itojdameJthe ipassengers ;or.:tear their 'clothes', are' encountered' at' every few yards-in* brief; it is in a,condition ,Svhich 'calls aloud., for. srcj>air--and we cordially: endorse the. application ;of our correspondent ! " PLANK-EoAi)" toi'have -it'-' puff in ^passable, condition bef...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 March 1870

'',CRICKET: . ! ; > 11 I .U; - -.-if -? r:i ;vn. , So trail' MbMIOCTKKB V. CAlliTOjr.'-^-Lli'st Slltuf clay'a' mixed rtoi(m of our-local club tried conclu sions! against ithe Carlton' club pn jtho, ;South;Mel; bourne ground./, Ujho South Melbournewont iirst to the wichetV liutVsooroct 00 Vmis-Gi'ay witlr30j MoGan 19;'MiiYd! Wh6atloy r3:l,iliandlii)g itbe 'wiL low in vwy ellbctivoj stylorrtbe.bpwling olV,Carl ton; was very, lair: ..,The .Carlton team _had made JO .runs with_tjio loss,of ono wicfeot;'but'itheavv shower of'Vain passing 'ovdr'tlio' grbifnd'ijiist'al thdi Soul U: - Melbuuriie innings rcnderod|,bowling and fielding almost,'aii, .impossibility, jibe. darkness and tlio.slippery stntb. of .tlie grouncTJ being iriuch against tile lield, who'ebuid hot*manage 'to' receive the many chances that both batsmen gave;if] ;j(f .i-fSoTCnir1 Memiourms v: IDAST. iMBr/nouiiNEfr-A twoi( dayslMiiiatch; [was concluded, lost,, Saturday *uppn thc^Jast Melbourne ground between these clubs, r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

Auctioneers, Brokers, &c. T. XOltLG, Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate : Agent, CLAEENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; -? AND AT Beach House, South Rond, Brighton Bench. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. RENTS COLLECTED'. W. P. BUCRHURST, AUCTIof^pR, 3!STATE AGENT AND VALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald HiUf Tmrniturt bought. Rents collected at 6(1. per week per lipusc.; 3Tif« and Life Instirancc Agent. JJecds, under Torrens' Act, Mi. complete. £5 to iaOOU to lend at moderate interest. 'Cottages and choice Allotments for sale. JAMES OKiME) Auctioneer and Commission Agent. X.OAXS NEGOTIATED. Agent for the Queen Insurance Company W COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL.! f . , ' . : S. X>. KTATHAN, Auctioneer, Valuator, Hotel Broker, n House, Land'and Estato Agent,,,- [ COBNBB OF CliAllENDON AND GBAKt; STBKETS, Emeiui® Him.;. ; AND ? 81\ COLLINS STREET' EAST, ; ! (Mechanics' Buildings, opposite'" Argiis'^ofiicc ) : 'i: H. J. MAYS, -HOTEL & MONEY BROKER, Valuator and Arbitrator, 65 LITT...

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MYSTERIES OF MELBOURNE CHAPTER XI. SECRET MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

MYSTERIES OF MELBOURNE" ' .. ,-v . BY " KELP." .iUTStO r-X ./ 5'ju' r!\ !j<l) ii«: '.'in ..?:.?* . * . *19(1 IR.W I.I JINLCHAPTER XL : . ' . .. ^><? SECRET MISSIONS.^ MirANDA'S departure was'a. gain to. a. few;newspaper people who .wrote. sen-.f sational and purely speculative biogra phies in numbers; to the banks and' otter : finance agents, iwith :whom, hei had done business, it was a loss ; to' Madame Brillon ruin ! She, poormisj guided woman, had supplied. , funds from'time to time to the clever swin dler, believing she was forwarding rv highly favorable matrimonial connecj, tion for her daughter, and had even; gone further than that, in allowing' him to draw upon her credit-and. ncf, sooner was the flight of the: count known than the holder of one: of 'these Bills, just then at maturity, Mr.'Sim'con'j,1 presented his little account through! his'lawyer;- this was settled by a'rc-! riewal-for a consideration-a heavyt one-the fact, however, got ..wind,; ma...

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VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

ummmrnmrnm^ ; / EMEIUM) IIiW ^AnTIMERf V. 1ST CASTLB i ViUxx' KiWjES.-Tlie conquering match between Miftcc'ns of the above" oompanies camo off at tho 'ICyneton butts, on Saturday last. Tho weather was favorable forjthe event,.and;tho shooting was much better than in'*'tho two "previous matches. 'I'lio firing commenced'at hollVpast.10 a.m. and continued uiitil half-past 5 pan*!' The ranges ;iired , at werc^ 2.00,. 300, 500, .and G00 jmtfr five'-rounds at ehcli, no sighting sh'o'ts," ITjinqj position,^Wimbledon"'target's, IJiincaster'JHflfsit Go.v.crhmcnfc ammunition,-fo.fi At of, tiio 200 and 30U, yurcls ,tliq,tptal^,qf bp^h teams were equal.' At 500 yards the Emerald Hill gainetU ;l2'points/and at G00:ynMs ,16st°4 points; '68'oiP the whole;! fas .will bcvse6n,by;lhet subjoinedIscofrwrf 'thoj.lSnicrald Hill menj^ore.jyictorious^aftpr.ajw cxeitihg^onqiicst*, by a majority'of' 8' jjoiiits.'^Tlio .highestscorer on tho'part of UioTiotirf wA^SnHyl nor' Smith, vwi'th 52; points,! :iind>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

Xlio Cheapest and'Best-Venetian Blinds in the Colony. EDWARD CM A AT. Sfi I, EII, ... 26 POST OFFICE PLACE, Manufacturer of VENETIAN, S P AN I S H" And every description of WINDOW BLINDS. Old Blinds rc-taped mid re-painted. ' ? SOLE ;MA1CKR of (lie everlasting Spring. Mat tress mul Invalid Bod Chair! , Coal and 'Wood Merchants. Coals koto discharging, at Lowest'-, Rates, "£ a ?'* - WILLIAM M OR LEY, Coal-Importer, 64" wWi1-,. .i And pl,ijBai/:sti;eet;- Sandrldge.x ,jK^cv3:S:M-iTU^ >0 (Lute G. A Mourit/.) COAL & COKE MERCHANT, Hobson'sBay Railway Coal-Yards, Hinders Street. Station, corner ol'- Queen Street.. ' Coals ami Col;e:of,the bat quality delivered at tlio .lowest, rates. . « . Miscellaneous. , ! ? Stf ?«'!." J:-S.DAVIDSON,I PASSENGERS' OUTFITTER^&c;,' {y. couaxii'ov .2 j ELIZABETH S FXXIffDSRS > STREETS, tr M-RJVBOintNE. ' Cabins Wmrished with every rcqiiisite for nscn. voynge?f'j > '' », -ieVL:Ji»H^TSTblV,'M I SUBTEYOB, ? i 72 TEMPLE COTTET, Is now p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

i ,-M LhJm Jvvm ??!:,?.?/..?!,:? :i | !i-w «» ?.iiviiinn-ivpi) viu l<> tpj.'avlui ?>!> ,! 1 j -vjvml;. ..iii.o't-vgm-jijitii'S . :;7Tj ,ilh-« .».><..' .. ? ItW-vlcv"' bl>«th'o ifliliiiitllios dxpeWonco'iMty tho 6ifj]jioyer^'ot lu^orMutJ?£ljoso jetiicing eiujiloyiiicut iii;qlftotiug:ougug0iuoi)t9iby,.tlioj .oxistingi very uu: iitiifacl'oiy'^'iiiotli'oclj' ''Uic'^pVopifietitry'^of -BiicoiU) will I)e happy to insert,"Wasmus" i(i * of compositions -r-Kmployord, is..Servants; 6d. ' IJOTJGvA.I-1-, Furnishing and General Ironmonger, ,1X0 SWAWSTOH STREET, *>?<, {'; ? ."< (Sccond door nfoove Globe Hotel) . P ; . MKLB0UKKJ5, , Ilcgk' to 'inform'Ills Emerald Tlill friends that lio ha»i opened as above, with a new and choice stock of Ironmongery un<l Kcjwe'nc Lnmps, and will gladly receive their favors. ."W'AHTSt-HO'W to SUPPLY THEM. \ 'irjoiVwanta Servant or/a Situation, lf,j-ou require ajliottgoror a Lodging., ?'.'.If yo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] WATERING THE STREETS. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

GO 11U ESP ONDENCE: >1 . [Wo arc noli rcsponsiblo'ior tlio'oyinious e: i u> I ' /iV ' I 'OJ in : ? j Lb . Thelieoord-. . Srii,-At they risk of, being told . to min'ci3 fey'.'own'liusiiiessj'l'caiiubt^'help' o'ffcring' a'-- suggestion'- to <the i'hydrant operator; in Clai'endonTstreeti tOjSp.end an. hour ,vi;itli .brother, aquarians in,the ?city^and ,'sec lio\vthey manage to'lay | thbvdust^'th'outf flooding the' streets5 at one! point; and lleavingithe.dtherjdry; or,.if our [ own can't find time, for, this.let him. take my,, aclvicorp-throvir.'if well Hip1' iii" thb; air/breaking rtne*'jet witHvhisihandj'andHet'thenyind'carry it.along, like, niiiiT-at .present hejinakes it.slopp);, ( SUOPKISEI'MK.;

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The Record. EMERALD HILL. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1870. JUSTICE—OR THE OTHER THING? [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

L.ULJIALJ) HILL'. TJimiSDAY, APRIL 7, IS70. J USTICE - OR, THE , OTHEIl - THING? " IT is aflir mcd ^ that the committee; ap " pointed to. consider this ease'lias con " eluded its inquiries, and=will .proba " bly meet toj "settle ,its ireport tliis " (Thursday):al'ternoon. irlt is general cr ly believed that;'the-report will;-not " be unfavorable WMrrliANityY, and " may be . of. such, a- character, as will " lead' to a lc-instatcment of that gen tleinan, ;in. the- .ciyil, service.", ". iSo I reads a .paragraph in one of- the' McIt I bourne papers/'and we'have no doubt i that there is a considerable amount of i truthfulness contained 'therein, but we i arc entirely, at a loss to understand how i a gentleman can -be dismissed-from'the i public service after the most strenuous, i efforts to explain'away or 'palliate-his | conduct, how, he can again be entered. [ on the listT of officers of' the civil ser vice-and" having been ?-again dis missed for irregularity;I'on-by'what-! ever name ...

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A SENTENCE OF DEATH ON THE HIGH SEAS. AS TOLD BY OLD BEN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

NIT-, I I J . ?» A- SEKTRSCE OF .DEAT.II 1 > < I |P"XIT£'RGHS A S.' ' AS TOLD BV OT'D J3EN. -TJVoirt Watson's Xew. York -Arl Journal.'} ;: . rilt;;?. jv.vkc.-rjicJ. Aboard o' IKo good ship, Margaret A«u, ' * *' 'rvNigli: tworitj-fiyo. years ago, ' i I j > i' I jailed from horo to fair Cadiz town, ' '. AVhilolhewmtry winds'dill blow. 1.. .; A'Stiiler.gala never swept tho sen > > ..Msio-i .n That, we liad tho fourth wook oulj .. . . Dili % ' * I'l 'j>i .An' pretty well pickled I'vo beon 111 brine, : -An-pretty well blow."1-'lhout.- - - - - i iBut this WinS, ray he;^;^, *ulo.w^ ' ! . Tore the munimu-t 'n ! the dee];, - , . I 'Twiis a mercy, mate.--. :ts°tlie stout »M ship ': , *'i I "/Wavn'fc sent to thctioUom n.wrw.i J Hows'cver.ivo .wain, but hard times wo liadi-" . j Afore that wu readied the port, . ; iFor.wo'd, broil n.t sea. tnree weeks loo long,. An'provisions was ruumug short. .But once on the shore and safe from hiiiim "* i f 1 I , In the sunny land o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

Births, Marriages, and Heaths. [Notices.of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted in'tEU OF chaiuic, and communication of sucli events are . respectfully solicited.] . ? ?'.' '. JlIItTHS. . ' ' . ITaywood.-On the 31st ult., at. Eville-place, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Bobcrt Haywood of^a daughter. .. ..... ? , ? ; LAW.-On tlio 5th. mst., nt 29 Vcmrs-plncoi: iEmornld Hill, tlio wife of James Donaldson .Law of a daughter. Lvson.-On the Gtli mst., nt her residence, '140 Albert-road Emerald Hill, Mrs. J. D: Lynch' of a son. . . : P]7TTiT--On the 31st ult.,:at. 91, York-street,' Emerald JIill, the .wifo of T.. ii\ Pottit: of-a daughter. ? , , ;.i ; SouLiiY*-On the 5tli mst, at Mornv-streot, Emerald Hill, the wile of Mr. J. Scully oi a sou. ;; . _ ? "' ?? ?.,;'»JBATH3;:'V;; 1 ; . STKWAHT.-On the 31st ult., at Emerald Hilli Walter Stovcuson, infant son ol Wuller Irvine Stewart; aged ten-weeks. - .. v . .. ?? r .SiiTWiELXi.-Oil the 2nd mst., at Emerald Hill,. Mr. James Sctclicll,;agcd fifty-spv...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1870. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Mouatt, Finaly, and Martin J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

; EMERAJJE^ILL^^OLIGE . . cmtiir. . ;:Wkdnesday;t.APRIL \6, .ISTOcvyr C]3ciore " 'Mcssi's. ; NimmoV ^Mouat^ ;.?> : Fmlaj', and Martin J.P's^.1j»n i0 i! .Larceny.--Martin Turner, charged i! on warrant under the -name of-James is Kelly, with .:felomously- steaHn^, two il dresses from the _ dwelling of Mr. |: Mears, of Walsh-street,; South Yarra, is on the:,. 22nd November last. [ uThq i; prisoneri; ^vas ;.urrested: on ithew 3lit |i March, ..-at Mr. Mendes' kpawri-o9lce5 I Emerald Hill, trying to pawn a dress, which 'he ;hadf stolen from the dwelling of;Mr.^MfGruiggan, of-EastjMelbourne. The dress belonged to.Ellen.^TJiitmore, servant to-Mr. -M'G-uiggan,-valued- at three guineas;.and^wasiitakenifrbm. her bedroom on the olst-March, the same day, that, iMnrtin; Turner ,;«fesuJjHpe3 Kelly was arrestod-by'Cotistable'iPrior. In the 5'first s case . he-.wasi'remandetl-Jto Prahran> to:appcar.,this ?.morningiju.ahd the second charge was senten'ced to six-months! imprisonment with hard la...

Publication Title: Record
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CLARENDON-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

CLARENDON-STREET.; ^13 iiaye lib wish to draw envious dis tinctions,, nor to make any particular sections' of our ' fellow-ratepayers dis contented; but looliirigrat ;what inuet be. accepted as the.main artery"of the borough-or rather toM'n,: as was sug gested a ,few .days' since:-we cannot help -thinking < that,: considering the largestnumber of persons .carrying on | business' in the above street, and that they arei by reason?'of-.'their'"larger, businesses proportioriably"'; assessed' this thoroughfare. is i really entitled ; to more consideration at; the hands;of ithe Borough Council'"as' to 'kerbirig, pay- j ingj and.lighting/thzin it .'has evcr-ro-. ceived. ; "We shall not .go into ^details as to which' are the' most';'probable; localities of ail accident to; p<iss'engers' by reason ;ofi bad.paying,,. rqtten;; oldj timber :lcerbing, 91; insufficient lighting; ! or Hre might1 summarise' th!em%y' nam-' ?rwV.r: ;,iiy ,;l .>().! (>1 MO'lf. 1)11 K ing th...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
This Day. Before Messrs. Iffla and Mouatt. J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 April 1870

.V.'" -Tim '-Djdtol-*) "'P-V .vi ,.T. , Before Messrs. Iffla and Mouatt. J.P.'s. Assaulting a J.P.-Charles i .Ferris? a well-known hawker of\rabbits !i,arid', fish from Melbourne, was' brought' Jup; this morning oil three separate charges: 1st. "With .being drunk and disorderly'.' 2nd. Unlawfully assaulting Mr .John Finlay,-:J.P.y who; came, to:sthe assist? ahce of: the i constablb who' was-'trying to arrest him. 3rd. Assaulting Gas pard Mosch, landlord, of the Foresterg^ Arms-Hotel.v it' appears (that'!Ferns antl another hawker named'Peter Toy wered'rinking together at'thcForestersj1 Arms when they became very noisy and the landlord requested them'to/leave* which they declined to* . do?' so/j&Tr. Mosch called a ; constable; whom the prisoner Ferris began assaulting. "Mr. Finlay, who, was passing .at' the;'time; and hearing the disturbance, request^., ed-Ferris-to -go home -quietly^- where npoiv he turned round and exclaimed* " Ah, Finlay,- you are not'a poor' mantis friend,...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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