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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

DOWN BY THE SEA. I shall not trouble you this week, any further, tliun than to say, that ivc are going nlicnd. "We have iv Hower sliow, nil n. growing unci » blowing Mv. ]'Mitor, at least I was tooled into believing so, i being told there was ' the linest eolleetiou of flow ering plants 'to be seen. Ve'ni, vidi, and done like a dinner! It was that confounded piece of 1 free grass' in tlio pslicc court, gutters. I shall got Councillor - to move for the appoint ment of n Thistle Inspector, I know a good miin for the billet. i THE AXCIEXT MARINER.

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Melbourne and Hobson's Say Railway, TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOB MELBOURNE, 7.40, 8.0# 8.20*, 8.40", 9.0*, 0.20*, 0.40*, 10.0', 10.15,10.45,11.15*, 11.45 n.m. 12.15*, 12.15, 1:15, 1.45*, 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15*, 3.45, 4.0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, 0.0, <5.15/6.45, 7.15*, 7.15, 8.15,8.45,0.45,10.45 p.m. EJIEIULD HILL ron MELDOUItSB. 7.45,'8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 0.5, 0.20, 0.45,' 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11.50 11.111. 12.20, 12.50,. 1.20,1.50, 2.20,2.50,3.20,3.50, 4.5, 4.25,. 4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5.45, 6.5,0.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8120, 8.50, 0.50, 10.50 p.m. MELBOntSE 1'OH EMEBALJ) lUM/. 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, ii;o, 0.20, 0.40*j'10.0,10.30,1U 11.30,12.0 11.111. 12.30,1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, 4,0*, -4.20s, 4.40*, 5.0*, . 5.20*, 5.40*, 6.0, 6.15*, 6.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30,. 0.30*, 10.30', 11.40* p.m. . , , ? '? "? ]:.MK11ALU HILL I'OJX ST. KILDA. 8.4, 8.21, 8.4-1, 0.1, 0.21, 0.41, 10.4, 10.31, 1U 11.34 11.111. 12.4, 12.31, l.-l, 1.34, 2.4, 2.31, "3.4' 3.31,4,4, 4.21, 4.44, 5.4, 5.2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Auctioneers, &.c. W. P. BUCKHURST, ATJCTIOKTEER, ESTATE AG-ENT A KB TALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, ynrjiitiirc bought. , Jtents collectcd at Gil. per week per house. 1'iru ami Lifr Insurance Agent. J)ui:ds, under Torrmis' Act, "AOs. complete. . £5 to 4:5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottnges ittul clioicc Allotments for sale. .JAMES ORMB3, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Agent for the Queen Insurance Company. Arbitrations. Debts colIcctL'il Weekly Siilc every Monday, at 2 o'clock sharp. 99 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. S. S. N-ATBAHiT, (Late of Nathan <$. Durham) Auctioneer, Accountant, & Valuator, COLLECTOR, !; HOUSE, UNO, ESTATE, AND INSURANCE AGENT, ConsEii OF G-haxt AND Clahendox Stiihets, EMEltAED HILL, Tcmjtoray Offices;-53 York Street i'ntl. S. ]). NATHAN takes this opportunity of thanking the general nuUUc.nnd move especially his numerous friends in this districj, lor the very liberal support they have adbrded...

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CHARITY AND EQUITY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

CHAHI1T AND EQUITY.: Hoi,x'writ tells us that " the poor nevor shall die out of 'the land," mid ovou jn this favored country there ui'e ever re curring circumstances 'of distress and des titution; these have been hitherto met by cheerful and voluntary. .subscription, as if each -were glad of the of the oppor tunity to give of his fullness! these sums have been liberally subsidised by Govern ment, ami so tho glorious philanthropic InstitutionsVof. the colony - have bceii;;' maintained iritlio most creditable; condi-j tion, arid though exceptional instances of; neglect.of the sick or needy- have occur-: red, they have been few and far between, and our charitable Institutions ,ai,c) the ;riobles£ : nionumeiits,Joi' ? our 1 social< fid-' vancement and Christian Charity - ' Accepting-r:the .-proposition, that, the rich bwo! a certain' responsibilty to- the pool*,.and .that.as a general rule those who are 'well to do,' acknowledge the re sponsibility .'with an ungrudging hand, ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Courts. SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, October 15, 1868. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Swallow and Thomas, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Polico Courts. SAXDRIDOKU P017ICE COUEI\ Thursday, Oclobcr 15, 1SG8. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., nrid llesBrs. Swal . : low ami Xhoraas, J.P.'s.) *' Various C/mryw.-John White, a seaman on ' board the British 'ship'" Salisbury," chavgcd with ' desertion, was sent to the hulks for seven days. Charles iDillon, a cabman, summoned for using threatening languago towards constable Sheehan, was fined -JOs, with the alternative of seven days' imprisonment.-Benjamin Uttiiig, for removing sand without a license, was fined 20s, with costs. ylssaiiUs.-Thomas and Helen McLean, husband and wife, summoned for assaulting a child named ' Jlonten, were cach fined 10s, witli 3s Gd costs. ; Thomas Ilanbrougli summoned Joseph Shepherd for assaulting him, damages being laid .it £10. Defendant admitted the chargc, which was struck ? out upon his consenting to pay the costs, f 115s. Monday, October 19,1SG8. (Before Mv. C. jMollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, -T.1'0 Farious Charges.- William Lugton, charged...

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THE MAORI REBELLION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

THE MA.OBI EE BELL] Ox ! .OJiusmews from New Zealand is anviliin, but -cheering-tlio quarrel between tl-l original occupant and proprietor 0f iCr soil with the European invader, for so,J such position- the white laces occupy £. the Maorfiiiind, assumes anything 6^,1' .pleasant complexion.,, Tho.-withdrawal^' 'tho'rejgiilars(appetvi.'8 toJiavo been the &, nal ibr the' malcontents to raise anew'|]ie 'flag of revolt, and ,wo regret to say man? brave men have Mien', and "emboldened by temporary successes the rebel forcei "will doubtlessly inflict severe blows upos the comparatively unprotected settler; No doubt the -'Militia and Volunt® forces will do allthat doth befit men, 1® it'is very .clear they arc .wanting in tk essential of uiartial success, stern di.-eir line, and in fact are but amateurs in (j: science of "War. i "We have gono too far to retrograde and:waiving any 'diisciission '-'of the cqnj! ties of the question, the interests of-v not most numerous, the most intel%E...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, October, 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

SAXDKTDCrE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, October, 15, IStiS. Present:-The Mayor (\Y.' Morlov, Esq.), in the chair, rind Councillors May, Croekforcl, John son Curtis, Poolman, Phimmcr, Kelly and Thomas. The minutes of last .meeting wero read and confirmed. ' ». . ? OoBBEsrojfDBXOE.' The following letters 'wore rend bv tho Town Clerk Prom Acting-Lieut. Buchanan, secretary of the coimnitteo for tho ball committee, asking tho Council for tlio use of the borough banners for the purpose of decorating the Emerald Hill Artillery Orderly-room on the uth November, when tho grand, military ball takes place.-The Town Clerk was instructed to reply that tho borough banners had been disposed of. Prom Messrs. Swallow ami Aricll, requesting permission to remove sand from tlio .Bench op posite Stokes-streot, or from auy other place the Council might appoint.-On the motion of Cr. Thomas, seconded by Cr. Curtis, tho request was granted. Prom tlio secretary of the Melbourne Cras Company, requesting payment...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Local-aitelligonco. Another -highly-respected '-resident 1ms gay ; from amongst us, Mrs Mullen, the wife of Mr5. :,l Mullen, the bookseller of Collins-street, n W? i who, by her activo benevolence and ever rcndiiies to forward any good work, lias endeared herself to : ; nil with whom shu.einno- in contact: Tlio ocokw of her death wus feelingly referred to by the Hu ll. B. Dickinson, at llio Episcopalian Church, 01 Sunday last. The "Dead March in Suul" T beautifully rendered ou the organ by Mr Bruin, ; after the evening servico. A performance was given on Tuesday eveniw last, 20th insli., by thoEmerald Hill Amateur :Christys' Minstrels, in the' Mechanics' Institute, but the attendance was not so largo as tho qualit; of the entertainment' merited. It would bo in vidious to particularizo any ono member mow :tha'u another as they all worked well togelta which is very necessary in n company of minstrelf AVe trust that their next efl'ort will bo better sup ported by tho public. , I t.may ...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

ilOTJND AND ABOUT THE IIILL. 1']! nnATS it is 110 business of mine, but it A? some thing to bo wondered nt--whero nil the Square Gin, Kerosene, and groovo and tongucd lumber, goes to that Mr. Curriek is continually carting up tho Sandridgc-road, and I bare sometimes thought of trying to count bow many teams, nil marked with tbo everlasting R. Carrick (the lorries not tho horses) pass up and down in a day, but I found it embarrassing and gare it lip. The promenade' Concert is a grand idea-tho originntor ought to have a medal! a statue.' all, but we've no market to place it in. Ah! troll then we must content ourselves with thanking liiin in'a few complimentary remarks. "Xis an excellent movement, and will hare a tendency to ' bring folks together,' to say nothing of cfcrating tlie tone by encouraging a taste for music among the young people. Mr. Hill the actor, who some months since met with a scTcro neeident while in the cxerciso o/'Jiis profession, is I find slowly 1'ctorcnng, but f...

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WHAT WAY IS THE MOON? [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

WHAT WAY IS XIIE MOOJf ? jGlu \r wit to madness is allied,; somo one snitl, '.'/?anil it Hint stand good,-Mr. !Fitzgibboii:tlio Town 'Clcik of Melbourne must bo in o transition state. So some time siiico: found that £750 was ii .JjniTrable pittauco for a gentleman,".-and the X' gentleman who spend the civic ratepayers'money 1 ugiecd with him, and gave him £903 a year-and v it is only a charitable wisli, that lie may be fouud -vroilli the money. ' Vaulting!ambition,','and. tlie ?\anitv of appearing in print, lias led into the ) cgiegious folly of writing . a letter, toj tlio Argus, t Tthicb for utterly, incomprehensible '.absurdity, vbeats 'Iianaglicr,'.'.and.'coniparcs> favorably witli ^Foole's ' Great Panjaridorium,Vtho only, thing >ffi£t presents itsolf in a lucid form, (is a sort, of . ., blundering suggestionto' do:dvray with responsi ble Government, placo the management of the country in the hands of the City Council, and; we Bupposo make Mr. J3. G. Kitzgibbon,' Chief Sec...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 17, 1868. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, Haig mitl Thistlethwaite.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, Oclobor 17, 1SG8. (Before Messrs.'Martin, Is'imuko, ITaig mitl 'i'Jii . tlctliwaite.) Asmntt.-Samuel Turner, builder, was sum moned for unlawfully assaulting June Lark. Mr 'Faussct conducted tie complainant's case. It ap peared from tlio evidence that the complainant called at tlio office of the defendant for some money which was due to her husband, and upon asking'for it, tlio defendant seized hold of her, pushed her down, and kicked her all over the 'body in a most cowardly and brutal manner, ren dering her'quite insensible. She was covered in 'bruises aridhad been under Dr Scrrcll's treatment ever since." Defendant denied the whole charge, .but admitted1 giving her a " slight" push. Their worships' inflict ed the comparatively lenient tine of -10s, with £7'7s costs, with the alternative ol' one month's imprisonment A couple of debt eases were also disposed of. Wednesday, October 21, XSGS. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nnnino, Thistlethwnilc and ITai...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL Monday, October 19, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH. COUNCIL Monday, October lOj '18C8;i,,,: '"£Pil'SCUO : Tho Mayor (W. Thislletliwaite, Esq.), and Councillors Ifimmo, Roy, Skoals, AYliilemun, ?'Ward and Slead. : _4ijJImutes of the previous meeting were-read and ,$&{nlirined , r , - * C'OllUUSPONDKNOli. fcThe Town Clerk road tlie 'following letters : iiFrom (ho .Lands ' mid Surrey Ofliees, granting gjbhe Council pormissivo .occupancv of lnml shown it,a plan?; forwarded, for the. purposo of storing §metal and other matorials.-Received. from Acting-Lieut. Buchanan; secrelary of the [Kill eonnnittee of the ICmerald Hill Artillery, filing for a loan of the borough banners for |tjic purpose of decorating tlio orderly room on the occasion of' tlio'.'forthcoming military bidl.-^ itfhe Town Clerk'stated that most of the banners ere sold by auction shortly after the departuvb the Prince.-The request wis granted ,ou the iHofioii of Cr. JTinimo, seconded by C'r. .Tioy. 1 roin a number of ratepayers residing in ,3.0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Borough" of: Emerald - Hill. TENDERS will be received until 8 p.m. on Eriday, 23rd October, for LEASING- THE TOLLS leviable on tlie tlic Sandridgc Road for Twelve months, from tlie 1st, November. *#* The Ynrra Bank Road Toll .will not be let' until 1st January, 1869. .? Particulars may be obtained upon application to .TAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk.: Town Hall, Emerald Hill, 30th September, 186S. ' Borough of Emerald Hill. TENDERS will be received until 7.30 p.m., on Monday, 2nd November pros., for STONE KERBING-, &c., In Little Raglan-street. JAKES EVILLE, Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 20th October, 18GS. Borough of Emerald Hill. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at an JJN ...Ordinary Meeting of tlio Council of the Borough to be held on Monday, 16tli November pros., the Council will confirm cor ain resolutions passed on Monday, 19th day of October instant, for amending schedules to Byc-laws Nos. 17'and 35 of tho Council, viz.-1.-Bve-law 17.-Hei/u lalioii of Wood-carters: Abolishing the p...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Business Addresses, &.c. ^Boslgns, Plans, and Specifications of rj Spellings and Public Buildings i°TrepnreiI, and their crcction superintended, by $ J. E. BUTLER, Architect, £J[ (Of many years English cxpcricucc) ^Office:-Messrs. A'athan Durham, Clarendon 1 Street, Emerald Sill. jfjr g J^'-~ Ir'X S c '-Vixc'- e -ZLSasfe'*.'%?< ' RAYSON BROTHERS, (Kstablisiikd 1854) DRAPERS, SILK MERCERS, & OUTFITTERS, ARK >*0\\* SHOWING TUKIR SPRING GOODS ! NOVEI.TIES DRESSES, MANTLES, Box>'ETS, HATS, &C. 140 & 142 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. fcm |f J. COLCLOTJG-H & CO., Wholesale and Family Grocors, "Wino, p } Spirit, and Produce Merchants, ^163 k 167 CLAKEXDON STREET, sSlr jiirun.vfD HILL. All orders punctually attended to. fOTICE OF REMOVAL. R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, &c., S(LMc of H Ciiirciidon-atrcct) bugs to acquaint his friends and . «S^e inhabitants of Emerald IliU iiml its vicinity that lie has SSMOVSD TO No. 87, OPPOSITE, ...

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The Record. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1868. THE LAGOON. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22ii<l, 1SG8. TI-IB LAGOON. . THAI tlie inhabitants of both Sandridgc and the Ilill are subjected to great in-" convenience, and possibly loss of health, from the miasmatic efiiuvia of the Lagoon must be patent to all; besides which, The pond hardly comes within the category of ' ornamental /water,' and less it's being a sort of infirmary for ,crazy, superannu ated ".boats,'."a nice swimming pond for boys' boats or ducks, and not a bad place for talcing white bait, it is certainly not veryniset'ul.iivits present condition; Individuals, and the' corporate bodies who watch over the sanatory interests of the two boroughs:, have denounced it as 'too strong to be pleasant,' and medical men are we believe in accord (for once) as to the dangerous effects of the decay ing matter .upon the health of those who are compelled to inhale the'tainted atmo sphere. in its neighbourhood, Ifortwo reasons it is desirable that some change should be effected, first- on thq sc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 October 1868

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS.   LOCK.-On the 11st., at her residence,       Clarendon-street. Emerald Hill, Mrs. John Lock, of a son. STEELE.-On the 16th inst., at Church-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs Walter Steele, of a son.   DEATH. MULLEN.-On the 15th inst., at No. 5 Howe Crescent, the beloved wife of Mr. Samuel Mullen, aged thirty-five.

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Garden Operations for the Month. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Garden Operations for the Month. 0CT0J115R. The garden this moiitli presents lo the eye its most- charming aspect. Tlio brillancy of flits young foliage of fruit trees, intermingled with blooms ; the advancing crops of vegetables contrasting with the as yet moist, dark coloured soil; the air laden with the perfumes of fruits and blossoms of straw berries-all make labor light anil pleasing. The raiser of new varieties of fruits will lind this the most critical month for the perforniKnce of arti ficial fertilization-an nvt as yet. in its infancy in the Auslralias, bub which is desLined to work great changes, in creating new varieties of fruits and llowers better adapted lo the climate. lfrOIVBlt' G-AUDES.-Balsams, globe amarah tlius, zir.nias, and other tender annuals should now be sown, if not already done-if sown in pots and transplanted into tlowcr beds, place, in sunny weather, an empty flower pot over the patches of young plants ; remove the pots every evening, or the plants will...

Publication Title: Record
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

ENGLISH KEWS. Born Panama and Suez mails arrived on Tuesday, and tlic news may be summarised' thus :-All loyal subjects will -bo pleased to learn that the Queen has returned to England from Switzer land, aft er enjoying herself and doing the usual tourists' ascent of the Pighi. The fearful railway collision which appears to. have been much more serious than at first reported has created profound sensation, the loss of life having been frightful. The other English news is generally uninteresting. Spain is in a stale of revolution, and a season of anarchy may be looked forward to in that direc tion. The other continental slates continue to exchange pacific terms, and entertain, as far as outward show is concerned, friendly relations one ta the other." A war beLween Pranee and Prussia, however, appears imminent, sooner or later. The Paraguayan wav appears likely to be brought to a close. The fortress of Huwaita, the stronghold of the Paraguayans, has boon surren dered by treachery, and...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Melbourne and. HobsoJi's Bay Railway. TIME rJ\A!IILK." ST. JHLDA POtt 3!>;jiUOU3tXK, 7.<io,. aov&2d*,8.<io», o.o*,o.iffl»,g.'io»,io.o»1 10.13, .10.45, 11.15*, 11.13 ii.iii, 12.15®, 12.45, 1'.15, 1.45* 2.15*. 2/15, :1.15s, y. 15, .1,0, 4.20, :1.10, 5.0*. 5.20, 5.40, (i.0, 0.15, (1.45, 7.15», 7.45, S.15, S.45, 0.45, 10.45 p.m. li.MEUALB JLILL l'OU JLJiMlOUllKiJ. 7.45, S.5, S.25, s;45, 9.5, 0.20, 9.45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11.50 11.111. 12,20, 12.50, 1.20, 1.50, 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, a.S0, 4.5, 4,25, 4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5.45, 0.5,0.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, S. 20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.50p.iii. MELtSOUHXK I'Oll ISMKUAljU 1111,1,. 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40s, 10.0,10.30, 11.0,.. 11.30, 12.0 11.111, 12.30, 1.0», 1.30, 2.0°, 2.30,3.0 3.30,4,0s, 4.20*, 4.4 0», 5.0s, 5.20*, 5.40* (i.0, 0.15* 0.30, 7.0, 7.30*, S.O, S.30, 9.30*, 10.30«, 11,40* p.m. EMEHALD IUX1T1 l'OH ST. KIUU. 8.1, 8.2-1, 8.41, 0.4, 9.21, 9.41, 10.4,. 10.3-1, 11.4, 11.31-11.111. 12.4, 12.31-, 1.4,1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Auctioneers, &.c. W. 1". asaJCKMUKST. AUCTIONEER, ESTATE ACUSJS'T AND VALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Kill, Furniture bought. Ileitis collected at. Hit. per week per house. Tin and Life" insurance Agent. iOecds, under Torrcns'Ad, 50s. complete. XY> to JWOUt) to JCJIII at moderate interest. Cottages and cliaicii Allotments lor sale. .SASIiiS OlSMfii. Auctioneer and Commission. Agent. icuxs jnsBon.vmt. Aijeiit for tlic Qneen Insurance Company., Arbitrations. DcMs collected Weekly S;tle every Monday, at 2 o'clock slim']). 90 COVEKTRY STREET, EMERALD 1TIXL. s. u. fhate of Kalhan if .'Diir/iamJ Auctioneer, Accountant, & Valuator, COLLECTOR, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AMD INSURANCE AGENT, COKXEIt OF GrltAXT AK1) CliATtKNDOX STOXEXB, EMXIIALl) HILL. Temporal) Office*:-53 -York Street- Hasl. S. D. XA.TIIAX tsikos this opportunity of lhanking the general public, :md more especially Ins numerous friends in this district, for the very liberal support they have afi'orded hi...

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