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OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

OUR BOYS. BY MYLES' BOY. THE Emerald Hill boy is an institution; peculiar to, the Hill-he is distinct ia all' His social elements from' the" towii " boy" or the"Bourke-street bedouin;"1 he is not the nocturnal occupant ofl gas-pipes nor empty packing-cases, but, confesses to a " home "-and in' most instances if he gets into trouble he also admits he has a "mother!" In the' earlier and less undeveloped boyhood he has a penchant for mud-pies . later he becomes amphibious during thcJ summer days, and spends much time, to his mother's consternation and ,own signal punishment " when she gets " hold of him," at the'bathing ground;' as years come on hitn> and he begins ' to get into his teens, he goes in for^ learning a trade (or three or four for . the matter of that, as he seldom sticks' at one after the novelty wears off) dm--'1 ing the day, and the theatres at night,'! or by way of change an evening with Dwight and the other vocal humor-, ists who at times lighten the darkness'' of,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BOROUGH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

' THE BOllO UGH ELECTIONS. THE contest for the vacancies in..the Borough Councils ivas. on this occasion more than ordinarily sevete';' ancVthe public generally appeared to give more attention to a matter.in, which'they,are «o,directly interested. WJe understand tha't'seVeral'ladies exercised thdirrigh'ts oni the occasion"by-voting;.! - Mr. Pagfe had a large arrayjof] cars; for the use of> his supporters; and Dr.Sturt had made »'.' i : . ') i u » ill « IJ V 11 . i . '* * v' *'' similar provisions ior rpnnging ins friends up ttfth'e'polll) tlie'bther can didates'were notiidlej'but each one ap peared to, carry on-the wrar. more suo to the best advantage.1, Mr. Page and Dr. Sturt had coinmitte'e-robms near the polling-booth, and the appearance pre sented was rather ' that ; of a parlia mentary election than for a seat at the. Borough. Council. 'Everything f-was conducted in' a! very' orderly manner and the. : event ;has.; certainly, been decided on its merits., ,..The following are ...

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BEAUTIFUL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

BEAUTIFUL CHILD. Beautiful child by tho mothor's kneo, , In the mystic future what wilt thou be ? . , A demon of sin, or an angel sublime | A poison of.Upas, or inoeenfc tiiyiiie-f A spirit of evil -Jlasliing down / 7 With the lurid light of a fiery crown-' i. Or'gliding np with a shining, track, , . , !'Like,the morning star tliat no'dr looks back, Daintiost dreamer that ever smiled, , . Which, wilt thou be, my beautiful child ?, " . BeautifM-child in my garden bowers,;i . . friend .9? the butterflies, birds, and flowers, P,uro as flic sparkling crystaltino stream, .Jewels of truth in thy fairy oyes beam, Was there e.vor a.whiterispul than thino :.; Worshippod'by love in.a mortal shrino ? My heart thou hast gladdened for two^weofcy With rainbows of hope through, mists of.tears llists beyond which thy, sunny smile, ' With its, halo,of,glory beams all the w;liile.,j , Beautiful child, to thy look is given A' gleam serene-hot of earth1, bufi of.hoa.Ton j With thy tell-talo eyes and pr...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1870. VOLUNTEER AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

; / ? J5ME11ALD IilLL'I:^ . ,wV ' | ?-?miim'spA&l^rnvs'T"'!!} i87o:^-; 1 . VOLUNTEER AFFAIRS. :v; O^ii'many-columned contemporary1.of CoiHha^strect 'in ] an editorial notice"pf the, jlatevolunteer fiasco, .in our,: local, Airtillery Corps,has gone soinewhat out of his''way to say' unnecessarily: riasty things of:individuals connected there-; ?with',, instead of! condemning the fault's of the ^system; and we feel it our duty' to give ,what we conceivc to be the alteram partem of the affair, or at any rate to review the circumstances from another stand point. The Argus says the affair Only serves to show how a " few. active malcontents, when not " under the control of an oilicer who \\" really knows, how; to,rale, may sue " cecd_ in utterly disorganising, and " brin'ging dnt'o'contempt a really'-fine i'.'xbodyi.of, I'men," which; < undern morel | J"--auspicious circumstances, would, have j".remained / a. j credit.: to i ithe syplunt'ebr force of "Victoria." Now. we/...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MATURER THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

OlilGINAL P OETR Y. MATURES! I'EOTJ&NTSI: Toll mo not love's first improssioiis " Aro for over to endure; Time for all such soft confeisions Brings about a speedy euro. Vows when mado in lifo just starting, Souled with kisses, washed with tears, Soldom. long survive a parting, Will not stand the. tost of yours. Deepest sighs aro often frieklo, Though iroin iumjat hearts expressed, Time will nip thorn with its sickle, And they vanish from the breast. Absence soon rcmembranco chases, Dista:ieo coming to its aid; Other scenes and other faoes Pill the void which thej have mada. ' > KOBE. Emerald Hill. \

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

< ! Birth's, lyiarriag-eSranil Deaths. [Notices of Births, MarriagcSf'aMV'-Deaths nrc inserted ,raEx or oiuuok, and communication, of sucli events we .respectfullysolicUcdi] ' '.* -.v J i :iiio ci J>oxir-f ..fr.ab'.nnA r ' 'j'i/iit1 au piuins^ I! yil.i ! DnnES.-fOnlithoj.lOtH.iijBt., htiiSt: uVlnoenfc--: .place, Bingyald.IIi.'l, ji&rs.Ar.Lhur'Prury,of.a son.: V Watkjn.-On tiie 6iii'iustii,' atUlie^Wosleyhn" ?Parsonngcj'Emerald Hili,!;'thb wif(i;of the iRbr."E. : I.'Watkiwofason. 1' >: . 3n' bt ?'."J. jt.Driiro/-CkiBKp-On tiio ilii'ihiiL^lJy'' tlio Ror. Hugh Davling';' WiUiiim'raeopWus'iDruceV: to Maryi VVilhevminc;: eldest daughter of O-'howas; . Clark; Esq., Bridporfc-strcot,jEmcrald,Hill. y 33UOIU.NAN.-On:llie,6thinst.,:at his roiideiiee, 105 Coveiitry-etroot eiBt, Emerald Hill, Cunning ham' Buch'ariaiy butcher,'lute of Glasgow, agod ' fifty-nitie">yeai'a. . ':' - Sims.-On tho 4th inst., at J[his residonce, tho. Court-house Hotel, Cecil-street, Emerald ...

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THE FUNNY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

f VffL UMN. BY OUR OBANICY CONTRIBUTOR. 'THE following neat little copy of verses, signed " J.C.," have been: handed to me to put in my funny column as .f'.gjQj Heroic poem in Homeric verse." [There are only some fifty versesj and> as that is rather too much for .ou^. readers' patience we shall ora£y',mak$_ a few selections. It will be apparentyl no doubt, that " J.C.'s lin«s are an upd1 pudent plagiarism of our correBponehtj «W.C:,'-Ed.B.] '...VV.'i.ttViim, Oh !. Jact Conway, how thou KioloBt'j1' ' ^ : Of football players you're tho briclfeslj ;^ . All creation sure thou Uckesfc, . i V. fr! 1 When on the blood-stained Bold. , ' Y',P"r ? J 2 Jjiib I.-# ;# # # # # ' ? There's Captain Ch6S8oll in the dirt : Let us hope that he's not hurt. Why! they're strippod him of His sliirt0^ MS In that last " scrimmage " wild. # .. * «. . 'ic'iX ' ; Now the conflict with its tussels . ?? '.T. Results in carnadino corpusculcs, ' And development of musclos, ' As they " rush" and " hack" the foe....

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BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

"BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. JlN, action presenting some peculiar features was tried on Saturday last, at the Supreme Court, before Judge Williams and a jury of four. The action was brought by a young woman flamed'De Brough, a domestic servant,; Against' a draper's shopwalker named Thomas Spence, and she sought to i'c-. coyer !£500 by way of compensation for' her, blighted affections. Mr. As pinall represented the inj ured female, and-Mr.. Molesworth appeared for the defendaht's.intcrest. The following is a precis of the evidence, which was very lengthy: The plaintiff, who gave her evidence in" a very modest but self-possessed manner, said, that in 1867 she went into Craib's shop, Bourke-street, where hewas then employed, and made some purchase, when a conversation ensued, winch, resulted in defendant coming down to her. employer's house at St. Kilda, and a connection sprung up between .them which eventually ripen ed. into .an intimacyof more than a Pla toniccharacter and an illi...

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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 — 11 August 1870

C0R11ESP ONDENGE.; £Wo arc not responsible for tlio opinions oxpresied " Correspondents.]]' , ^ ' '^!To.-jjie^Editor- of The.. Reppf.d:A'A^n(y | SiR'j-If-: you' "frill kindly allow.' m'e1 a"'f small space'in orie of your columns', T"'J® T^ould'-'call the attention of the Emerald.^ Hill cv Borough ..Council to :the really disgraceful) path leading from the Al bert-road into the park-a path of a very inferior- kind was made -there a short time ago, but now for many feet jit| is;quite-as bad, if not >worse, than>T -before." :;jA'large heap of road'rstohes |has.been',alongside tho so-called patn,.';, "for months. Now, as it seems earth.is t rather scarce^jfor , none is ever put on tliis path, let;a man set to work and put : tKem- on-the- path,-it would not -take him an hour, and make things of utility, instead of, as they are now, useless; 'Hoping our new, members of, ^ tlic Council will take notice of these, remarks, which come from many peo ple, l am, sir,'faithfully yours, . J....

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ASTROLOGY AND CHIROMANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

^ » T.M1 ll».» BfayyO oil iaJ|^^^0ig mi ea .aJri'ii aid. aU7ij5 ,'ajjonue:. o'loiit "olJJil r. .nd c iMin te.r:>'ii'K)'u 10 .-JMUi T^E:|liyey,it isxsaidjxin aniag^ofutblerr; an'cejte'ligious arid' so'cialyan'd'Vi;e'peifmit;J o'ltT o p B s j} "o f]' j t h e1 Government ? jcijiv/- ....qU' lMj»3«nsl-v- uooa hi uhu, -a depaij.trnentj.jOr,, Glxi^peb, ,of ;the great* fir m> iof< >Sou j iEy iB'a gsGo 'to''d o1 hisl bo'ok:'on.' thV'cup^ or devote',his ener. ,-o'jn 'isj;!, i. i>(? oy, vj ko««j 'uuvri. gies tpI^oiplv.orjey.en.Ia little, ,quietJ( loo,-, so(longIas theyimanage to so:far.satisfy» theiiU'resp'ective!'head9 bf^dep'arfiments' ." tiil.^'.j^e dpjnptJntgrfereuwith them in:itheir.I par ticulari.'mode'.'of ;erij dyihgf themselves, bccaiise'Jwe1' c1onceive'Itliey5 -ir.i3.8Jid urU r.kmbo arej men ot.(suincient,intelligence, t^pro-., tect themselyesyaiiditisiafteriall much.ae trial'Sf ^kill^between experts^oV a'mere1 trusting °toJ'fate 'or 'chance-a?id' with-1 .KYO0°...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

.Y>Vt. Government Advertisements. ; > OJ EMERALD HILL : ' , Begistratloa. of Parliamentary Electors. GENERAL ELECTORAL LISTS FOR 1870. J^0is ioreby notified for general information ;t tiiat/'by The Electoral Act 1865, the day fixbd for the . completion of tha General Lists is the 1st September in each year. ., All ^persons talcing out Electors Rights on or beforeHtie 1st September next vrill therefore be entitled to hare their names. placed upon the General Joists for 1870. . _ . No person whoso name is.011 Roll ot Katepay ing Electors for any Proviuco or District ;is en titled to an Electors' Right, vide sec 61 Act 279, and 21 Act 334. J. McGDLLOCH, . > .OMef-SecwUoy. Chief Secretary's Office, V Melbourne, P7th July, 1870, ? ; He Electoral Registrar for Emerald Hill is JAMES: EVILLE, Dorcas-street "West. Borough of Emerald Hill TENDERS will he received until 7.30 p.m., on Monday, 13 th August- .???.! . 1st.-For supply of 30 Lanterns for Street . Lamps'. ' ' J) 2nd.r-Itnpro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

Bulldinjfcspeietles. VICTORIAN PERMANENT PnorEnry Inyestment, AND BUILDING SOCIETY. (Instituted Anfcuit, 13G50-. ' ?.Registered under the Friendly Societies Statute 1865 4®Collins street East, Melbourne.; Shares, £25 _cacli; Entrance Fee, Is. per shave ; fortnightly Subscriptions,Is. per Investing share* 6s,, v 4s. 5d 3s. 8d., 3s. 3d., and 2e. lid. per Borrowed share. Tlus , society is tlio largest, most prosperous, ana most equitable Building Society in the South em Hemisphere. The shares exceed 40,000 in number, and they represent in Taluo upwards of Onb MimiIOn POUNDS STERLING (£1,000,000). The Advances to Borrowing Members on 'Freehold. Securities exceed'' £200,000. ' *° charged to Sorrowers; Wo Bidding for Advances. ..... . nj Sight per cent, per annum guaranteed to Investors. i tfur)i>lus}proflts- divided every flve\ years. . Tirst division of profits in 1870: To Depositors. SurnBjofj Money roccivcd on Deposit Receipt on the following terms:-Repayable at 3 months' notice,,5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

' " ' Window Blind Manufacturers^1 Established 1829. .. . ;i : W. MITC1IENER & CO., 1 . From Dcan-atrcet, Solio, London. " ivi.' ;':',"v-;E'3Kr btia - :; niitl every description of . ; Hindow BLINDS, Ornamental Wire-Workers, 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. T^e'only practical Blind Makers on the Hill.' ' Old. .Blinds 're-painted, taped, &c. Orders by post puiicr 0 m'i.'i »! V tually attended to. All work guaranteed ; ' i V '' "Tailors, Drapers, &c.' WILLIAM FERGUSON V ' -/M .--TaUop and Clothier,' 1 ni28 ' CirAnENiioir STREET, E^b'ald.' Hiil'/".': i; , > , 11 . (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) .i;[ GontlemenV; Ready-made C3otlaing-'alloys; |oii ' ' hand cheap. !.;'. .j; .j'al .7,'ii if^f: sj<vrgi!:ant, : ' TAILOR, . . ; . 16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. ^Twced'Smty^'fpmeasHre; from';.i.v£3/ '0 0 Tweed Trousers ...; ^ ... .... .019'/. ,6 i "'Suit'i?lu6kBroadcloth ... ... 4 0 0 v .... ,GonUcmcn?s own material made-up in superior stylo. ' [-I..: -'...

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DEATH OF THE AUTHOR OF "BEAUTIFUL SNOW" [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

DEATH OF THE AUTHOR OF " BEAUTIFUL SNOW-" . : A few years ago there appeared in an American paper, published in one of the Western States, an exquisite poem entitled " Beautiful Snow;" The beauty of the composition secured its republication in numerous journals, and at length it found its way to England, accompanied by the tale that the original had been discovered upon the person of a young woman who was frozen to death in the streets of St. Louis. For a long time the writer preserved his incognito, while numerous claimants sought to establish their right to its authorship and the honours appertaining thereto. Some. Syho knew the true history of the poem knew also the cause of its author's reticence in giving his name to the . world. Some months since the secret was revealed, and Major Sigourney, nephew of the celebrated poetess of that name, became known as the writer. The April' number of Harper's' Jiiagazino contains a companion poem, entitled " Beautiful Child," which-.is marke...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 August 1870

y ;. .."cocwc'jx;;-v-; !, ..ITHUKSDAY, AUG'UST:,^ ,1^70.; ITF » PresentThe Mayor (A.' rj.l Johnson" ? Esq.): and > Councillors ^oXhomas" Curtis, Poolman, i Swallow,' Morley/ . ahdoMay. . ' ' it.;**;"/ 'in ov;o't .'* . Tlie minutes' of lastj'meetin'gi'werci read-,find;Confirmed. vho^si 0j J previous, to.,. .the- correspondence, being read, the Mayorr,inUmated'jthjit he had seen Sir. 'Bates'; in! reference'to laying down Vater-pipes''fromJ Ingles street: toj the Abattoirs, and'that gentle-' man .infor med him that his .predecessor in office Had so locked up all monies to be appropriated for that purpose that! ithe Council's request-could i not possibly be acceded, to. He also. re-' ported having had enquired at several business places in Melbourne relative' to the cost of purchasing pipes, which would be, for laying down 3 inch pipes, £240 ; 4 inch, £360; and 5 inch, £455.-lleferred to the Public Works Committee; also, to ask the .Govern ment, providing the Council laid down the,:p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

Building-Societies. VICTORIAN PERMANENT! PEOPEBTY INVESTMENT, AND BUILDINGSOCIETY. (Instituted August, 1865.) " Itegisieredunder the Friendly Societies Statute 1865 j - 46 Collins street East, Melbourne..' Shares, £25 cach ; Entrance jFca, Is. per share; Fortnightly Subscriptions,Is. per Investing share; 6s4s. 5d., 3s. 8d., 3s. 3d., and 2s. lid. j)or | Borrowed share. This society is the largest, most prosperous, and moat equitable Building Society in the South ern Hemisphere. The shares exceed 40,000 in number, and they represent in valuo upwards of ONE'MIEMON POUNDS stebhno (£1,000,000). 1 The Advances to Borrowing Members on Treoliold Securities exceod £200,000. No Premium chargred to Borrowers. No Bidding: for Advances. Eight per cent, per annum guaranteed to Investors. .The' surplus profits divided every five years. First division of profits In 1870; To Depositors. . Siiiris of Money received on Deposit Receipt on tho following terms:-Repayable at 3 months' notice, 6 per cent, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

Window Blind Manufacturers. . Established 1820. . 3. W. MITCHENEE, & CO., , . From Dcan-sircet, Soho, London. V E KT E T I A. KT and ovcry description of WINDOW BLINDS, Ornamental Wire- Workers, 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. Tho only practical Blind Makers 011 tho Hill. ? . Old Blinds rc-paintcd, taped, &c. Orders by post puue tually attended to. All work guaranteed Tailors, Drapers, &c« . WILLIAM FERGUSON, Tailor and ClotMor, 128 CLARENDON STREET, Emebai>D Hilxi,.. (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) Gontlemon's Ready-made Clotliiug always on' , . hand cheap. ;; . X>. SAEGEANT, ? ' TAIL OM, , 16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. ". ;T,wocd Suits, to measure, from ? ;.. ? £3 0 0 Tweed-Trousers ... 0 17 6 ? Suit Black Broadcloth ... " 4 0 0* , Gontlcmen's owii material raade-u])1 in superior style.. ' MRS. STEVENS" Millinory 8s DrossmakiasEstalJlishmoat A first-class assortment of Drapery at tholowest ''.''.possible prices.^ ' AU kinds of work dono by Macliin...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

ORIGINAL POETRY. ?J EVENING. . .71: 'i I love the tranquil evening time,' It's quietnoss and peace, ' When daily toil is past and gone,' And labor lias to ccnse; When homo again is all our own, Our little ones arc there, .* With cheerful voices to requito For all our anxious care. 1 ' . ^ I like to see the sun declino, ' . 'Tis eloquent of rest, It's parting rays » halo cast, Throughout the balmy west; It points to joys in other realms,.... When this short lifo is o'er,1 ' 'fi 'Where sorrow and wlibro earthly strifo ~" Shall troublo us no more. . And brighter still the. eve appears, ,-nwa Ji If haply .in the.day, Sorao kind or goodly act we've done, Affliction to allay. The act, the motive will recur JL , Unto the mind again, - .y-j" And with' a lightened heartr'tia felt,1 ! I' Wo havo riot lived in vain. 1' '; .' ?'

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

";WEjRAib:omi%nih'Ms6 Wh, .nJ) Inn, wilmCOZWCiL:lut"')iln-' \ «« j '''"'J 'MosmYJ !l jiuGusT °15j '1870: ; , r,y ?' anuj' urs. . nistlc tjiwaitej TiRgy>o . J^owjer^-Hoffman, Page, Nimmo, and Dr. Sturt. u.i ihrn\ui' -. :,iir lii oiiff-M^NigrFAE,,:ElE.C,IION.^-Mi; ' :!?/> rlT^S ^*7.9*) read :;the J report I lof utie: . Borough Election, , at which Mes.srs. Page, Ellerkcr/Nimmo, Sk'cats, Stead,, and 'Stu'rt had been nomin'atfed°as'ikn ..ididates.;for; Councillors, 'andi Messrs. ,{Lord and Rayson , as, Auditors ;;,,the last naimed were elected. The polling for Councillors resulted as' follows': mPagey 736;.'.' Nim mo; ? 644; Sturt,''498 . r, EMerier, .S80:;, .Stead, :3S3,;ll,Skeat8i ,803 ; and Messr*. James Page, John Nimino, and'T. J. Situf't were declared i duly elected.-Ordered ; to; be entered ,l.on;the minuted jr- i'iM ? ->.* >".[[i::r;s ? ?:ij -in t/!-;: .Declarations. : ' ? j tThe i declarations' were1' tkken. 'By'the: j, ncjWj Councillors-Messrs; ? P age] :-N im ,mpr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

Medical/ LONG- LIFE & HAPPINESS! Bead the following .. Works by Dr. I. L. Smith w Means for Prolonging Life', \ I i n n And How to get Fat or Thin, The Two Hooks in One., Is. 6d.; by Post, Is. 8d. I '''Impotence and Sterility, " j1 4s.^id.; by Post, 6s. (Stamps or P.O. Ordor.) . j b:s.Obstacles to Marriage. ' 4s. 6d.; by l'ost, 5s. (Stamps or P.O. Order.) Sold at 190 to 194, Bourke Street Eastr , , . "Where also may be proourcd . .. ? TIU.DE "/. ANEW AND VALUABLE LOTION!:', Battles that can be carried in the Waistcoat. Pocket, 4r.' 6d., vjith full Directions for use. Packed and sent by Post, 5s. (Stamps or ,"i, P.O. Order.) .. . Prepared only by the Discoverer, dk. L. L. SMITH, ; ' WHO MAY BE CONSULTED DAILY. " Fee by Letter, £1. -IT-.B.-Medicines-carcfully packed and for- " worded to all the Colonics and India. f' 'dr. L. L. SMITH Has boon in practice in Melbourne 18 yoars,, j. and in'tlie Discuses which he spooially troats, bus hud a.larger experience than any othor medica...

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