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FIRST IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

, .ITRSl1 IMPRESSIONS, A If J >r.iiiu/. ;L .Thatjbuncl^of withered flqwers,.,, [, ^ * '' "Those' vrbrcls iu scorn .wore spidfccii,j *"| But yet,'thoy brought,to min&j&wcet h Sweet TOWS, tlio'n nindo', iiow brbkon.' ''Tu every'withVrod leaf she'aaw ^f*^ ? jfVfivtaT Tiii'i But love; alas! was liko thosq lloWera f I/ik'e1 those? Ilia could not last.' ,','r X'lll .. " ^ , She gazed, and through the falling tears';1"'"''^ The words he said alio read anew- "7 iIAccept those llowers, my:fairest love. ? j: Before they fado in huo. '."! , A . ,: I J.ftp, iit«l And. thus she gazod, till fancy wild* : >..:i»vi*R Brought back the scones of long before 5)«'« She felt that atill alio loved him true,:Hu nu «o Though others claimed the lovo'he boro.>. Time has not estrangod hor foolings,' Still the fondly loves his name ; Other scones and othor fases Ever find lier's just tho same. .M. A.,S;f;( The effect of the Pacific Railroad on San Francisco is anything but reassur ing....

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THE FUNNY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

on .THE FUNNY. COLUMN. ! .. WIS BY OUR CRANKY CONTRIBUTOR. ... '-THE ball, the costume ball, the mayor's [ball; has been spoken of .variously, ac cordingly as folks were or were not of the invited, as a success, or that Sam's mad," and has made " a mess " £ of it-however, that's not my affair-^-, ? ?but11" spent an hour or two with-/e 'didble loiteux the other evening, aijd "??lie showed me a thing or two-a bit .of "behind- the scenes-in reference to ".''that little affair which surprised me '. some. At a little place not a hundred miles from the-well, never rnihd-he . showed me two strong men busjr re amoving 'a "pretty little cottage piano, "" Well," said I," where's that going V' "Going" says Asmodeus, " why to the mayor's ball! Come . with me on Thursday night and I'll show it to 'you re-produced." " Hullo ! " says I, ?" who is that feminine coming out of i!No. 472 Snivelin'gton-street ? " " That <ie Mrs,'' ' ' ." " What's she-go ring' as?" "Why! as the mother -"negle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

jj Irh'SOC' IT,; Jvjhi!:j(Government Advertisements. "LjH! ' ' 'EMERALD HILL" ^ ,Registration of Parliamentary Electors; ?^GENERAL ELECTORAL LISTS EOR 1S70. IT, i«, hereby notified for general information "that, by 27/e Electoral Act 1865, the day -r fixed for the completion of the General Lists is .lstlSeptembcr in each year. Jr."' persons taking out iilccLor.s' Rights on or I , ,(^?efpro tljo 1st September next will therefore be ?'1 entitled to have thejY names placed upon the I oJ Goner«l .Lists for 1870. [ -n!J> I"^'sori whose name is on Roll of Ratepay- I ing Electors for any Province or District is en- ! ? ' titled to an Electors' Eight, vide icc. 61 Act 270, ( fr»nd'21 Act 33-1. j .i'U'jo" J. HcCULLOCH, I i-.r,?!-,.; Chief Secretary. '. Chief Secretary's Office, i ?'fijMelbourne, p7th July, 1870, ! . -isorr-r( . ; -. . ?! He Electoral Registrar for.Emerald,Hill is. -'lav;: JAMES EVILLE, Dorcas-street WeBt". -{~r; j v.- Borougft of Emerald Bill. ' .' BYE-LAW 44. ^ ! '' - RE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

"Auctioneers, Brokers,' &c. " T. KORLU, Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate , . Agent, CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; AND AT /! -..iBeach Houso, South Road, Brighton Bcacli. , Garniture Warehouse. Rents Collected, ui'insurances Effected. Wi P. BUCRHtllST, AUCTIONEER, f;.lS3?A!TSS.AGENT. AND VALUATOR, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, . Fwniture.bought. -Rents collected at Od. per week per lioiisc. ? . "Tire 'and Xife Inauiaucc Agent. Deeds, under Torrcns' Act, lOfl. complete. - £5 to £5000 to lend ut moderate interest, i Cottages and choice Allotments for sale. I : " i JAMES oime, i Auctioneer and Commission Agent. | u ? . LOANS NEGOTIATED. f Agent for the Queen Insurance Company ! Bd cdTENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. 1 3NTATHAN, Auctioneer, Valuator, Hotel Broker, 'Souse, 'land'ud'Estate Agent, j CLARENDON'SOSEET, EMERALD HILL;: \w»¥\»'A Y.«» -.v A!"! '\ %... -'-.m-a , .811;,. ROLLINS STREET , E AST,, j, '(Mccliunics' iiuilcUngu,oppofitc *' Argus'* officc.) 1 .- JOSEPH JO...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. THE DECENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

: , /.EMERALD HXLE: ,Vi TRVMSDAY, '? AUGUST <"-18f'187b.'"'!! i, . i\ r.iTHEi:; DECENCIES. *.U --_i»-an) li; > ( ,o.nce;adypcated!.the i advisability- of making' our; Bathing-; ?ground ' more-. attractive, , and we' now return'to the subject, our attention hav ing,been, againcalled to it by questions put'to1 the candidates at' the recent Borough' election, showing, that the public are .dissatisfied with the present very imperfect; arrangement at the seii shore."'' We conceive that great im: proyemcnt, might be made, and . a self-supporting establishment initiated; without any large difficulty; at the present'tiriie there has been consider-; a|}ie.outlay on a footway, and but little i more would be required to enable cabs to ply-between the Hill'and tlie Beach !during the bathing season., ; . W.e wouldj in brief,p'rojjose the erec . tion of corporation bathing-hbusesyaii'd . tlius' 'study'both i'the' health i and con iyenience of-the,' community,.arid.pro mote; decency ...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1870. (Before the Mayor (B. N. Sandilands) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

" kME&lmib. -mfilr '^Blipe " f/. ;- ' il r.vll Jl< 'M/l fltfc . wo; fcifj. ,!n«!;.:$!( C|()|p!B.2vooii 0) i.'ijl' I '.* if' i'sio.!; ni r/:Ht a :mu tmoy. jsxi^ oviji i (Before thbvMayoiv. (cB.oN:«Sandilatfds) j iiMcssrs.- Nimnip^M'buatt'; u'ari'd'-'Dr.j on Haig,?JrPs's.f). o&nsmaj'oo' bl .'jqqjuf ! #, god(is7tI£i';,J',settre'd' bui'-ofj; '-Court.5,1''Anno', Doyle11 yl aiSlargaret ftK'ellyJf good's'/15& /' ferdic£,° withf&s.j 'costs1.'''" Jairie's'11 Sie^arH'Ij3'vi aB Jo'sephi Wkid'enj^peciltl, £4iptd^'ay^£4',l<with J7s.;i6dy 'costs"di Fdtie'r wec&'s i&p'riV<^il ,nientM'nrdefiuW.?,;) 1)f 5 "* ^ j * applied1 for.1 By Mr'.1 ,T his tie tli wait ea!s"; ^aigcrit r'fo'r!'Thbrnas." Stewart'^for<siini-. .mafy,ejectmentv'S,f"Tlioma's'iBatlye.^ ,GratitcdV5i,J*w <7-nl3 "-n 10 njjil «m | j plied': 'for aJpr otcction'''6rilerjfromu 'her . 1 liusband-j'nGilijerf.rlAird /' order' t5nbe "iasuVd:.l!...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 August 1870

, Biirthsjiviurriaji'cs,andDeatKsIod ' ^ - [Noticca, of-.Uirtlis,- Muiri;YRcs,umbl3ciitli£[ nrc inserted" FHBK 6p,ciiAitriB,Vnd commumcu'liim of/such cvenw:are respectfullysolicited;]-!r»t uJ :>rt « '{y j » :.! Vii Jnfildq Jtll ai vonJ } ft BIRTHS.               BUCKHURST.-On the 12th inst., at Kent Villa, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. W. P. Buckhurst of a son.               M'CHEANE.-On the 8th inst., at the Butts, Eemerald Hill, Mrs. M'Cheane of a son.     M'ARTHUR.-On the 12th inst., at her resi- dence, 9 Albert-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Captain John S. M'Arthur of a son. MARRIAGE.         POPER.-GATLAND.-On the 11th inst., at St. James' Cathedral, Melbourne, by the Rev M. H., Becher, B.A., Mr Frederick Roper, of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

? Medical. L02TG LIFE Si HAPPINESS Head tho following * Woiks by Bi.H, Smith uMvfffis, for Prolonging Life: ??>'? >.'{!.« .. 'ffow to get Fat or Thin, Tho Two Ilooks in One., la. 6d.j . ' ' ' ''by Post, 1». 8d. ?'" 'Impotence and Sterility. ' 4s..6d. i by Post, 6s. (Stamps or P.O. Order.) h;i.Pbstacles: to Marriage,.... r , ^ .. .:,^S',6C'-' i i>Q3t'5s- (S'amps or P.O. Order.) ; :;B°Id at 190 to 194^Bourke Street Easb ' , ilf, , Where also may bo proowod A NEW AND VALUABLE LOTION! ,;jl'In-Bottles that can be carried in the Waistcoat on .Pocket, .4a, .6d., vjithfitll Directions.for use. i j;;M®we^.and 80Bi by Post, 6s. (Stamps or ,f-0. Order.) .-.Prepared only by the Discoverer, L. L. SMITH, yWtiO.MAY BE CONSULTED DAILY;. : *>;i . > Fee by Letter, £1. r.'. -. carefully packed and for. warded to all tho Colonies and India. J1 'DR. L. L. SMITH Has boon m practice in Melbourne 18 rears ' tlip .Diseases which he speoially treats ' mrfi i experience than any other ;Jngwm8n ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

PRINTING- of ororj description executed at Hie RECORD OFFICE, on the shortest notice by improved machinery, and at less than Melbourne Prices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

Auctioneers, Brokers, &.C. ..i. T. XOBLE, | Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate : - Agent, '! CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL » ' . .'*''. AND AT . Bench Houso, South Road, Brighton Beach. '. \v\wx t>\ ... i Tttralturo Warehouse. " Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. ' \t, P. BUCRHURST, : AXJCTIOKTEER, . : ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR, ?' i ' w16 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, El?SfW' Rents collcctc(1 nt M- "'cck per lionsc. Jire and Life Insurance Agent". Deeds, under Torrens' Act. - rntiT?1* iQ' I ?' fi? £500°to lc»l1 »t moderate interest, j Cottages and choice Allotments for sale. ' ' JAMES ORJIE, 'j Auctioneer and Commission Agent, r 'f1"' *'.'r)' ' ' IOANS NEGOTIATED. ^^ent for the Queen Insurance Company y.99-COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD TTTT.Ty D- wr-A/rn-A-iKr, Auctioneer,''.. Valuator, Motel Broker, Souse, 'Land and. Estate ? Agent, j STREET, EMERALDj HILL j AND . ' : '"SiTi ^Collins " STREET 'EAST', j '(Mechanic's1 'Buildings, opposite « Argus'''office.) j e *3? ./...

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LAWYERS AND CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

LAWYERS AND CATS. I saw a crafty cat onco catch A little mouse by stcaltli; It made me think how lawyers hitch Their plots against our wealth. She let it go-then with a spring . The trembling creature claws; I sighed to see how much the thing Resembled inodorn laws. She held it tight between her teeth, Then dropped it with a bite; As debtors fall, when crushod boneath A legal sinner's spito. Again let loose-a little play And then once move 'tis caught; As debtors who a little pay, . The fallacy are t*ught. Now weakor-scarco poor mouso contrives To scramble from the grasp j As debtors who but just survive Their creditors, rude clasp. . At Inst tho lifoblood all withdrawn, The Tictor cat reposes ; 'Tis thus with law-tho dobtor shorn, Its stern proceeding closos. COMMON PEBAS. Emerald Hill, Aug., 1870.

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THE FUNNY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

THE FUNNY COLUMN. BY OUR CRANKY CONTRIBUTOR. I HAD ordered some new views for my peep-show, but, as usual with me, they have turned out dissolving views, and are not to hand, bo I cannot give you the peep-show this week. COLORED PERSONS ON THE HILL.' "We have on the Hill more than one Whiteman, some Blacks, one Blue, three or four Green men, a Bed man, and any quantity of Gray people, or Brown folks, and a Pinck-ney one. CENSUS RETURNS.-We are not per haps great in our religious offerings, but we always have Peter-Spence and Reddy too. We have our proportion of weak people, but our Power still remains. Ornithologically we can boast of one Swan, a Linnet, and two other Birds, to say nothing of some Cox find other Fowles. ?? Emerald Hill comprises nine or ten other Hills, but anomalously only one Vale, some Walkers, and one. whose walking will always be represented by a Waddell. ' : [The following has been directed to the Editor of the RECORD, and we have referred it to our " Cranky C...

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THE LADIES OE EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

THE LADIES OE EMERALD HILL. Oh, the Indies who liro on Emoruld Hill, Are creatures bowitching and fa:v, Such beautiful oycs And languishing sighs With sticJi various colors of hail'. ^ If .any chap wants these young ladies to >00, Theso beauties with wiles so eudoaring, X'hej are to bo found On tho Pootbull Ground, With their presence tho players clieoring. Thoy march up and down in small troops, Like bodies of soldiers parading, , : And smile on the mass . Of lads as they pass, . * :'i Their hearts with sweet glances invading. But wherefore, you ask, do'these ladies so fair With their presence so rough a game grace, Refined girls would shrink, ' .' Tou cortaiuly think, From approaching near any suoli place. What bosh and what nonsenso, my dear Sir, . Of tender and lady-like feeling, [you talk Girls find it don't pay At homo now to stay, In-dooss thoir sweet glances concealing. Then, here's to the ladies of Emerald Hill, Three cheers for their tasto and their courage, Though the ...

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GENEROSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

GENEKOSITY. -THERE is a constant outcry against-the " anonyma " class and their irregular ities-their immoralities, and whenever some' unfortunate incident reveals the i secrets of their inner life to the public gaze there is a great howl of execra tion. A few days since a young woman named FRAZER got into the water at Sandridge-it was said it was a mere mixing of saltwater with a too large proportion of stronger liquids-and was gallantly rescued by one GEORGE RICHARDSON. She was one of a cer tain class of women, well dressed, be jewelled, and with money in her pocket and on being brought to the Police Court a revelation was made which excited some surprise in those unac quainted with the ways of the world, or that portion of itwhich Miss FRAZER is a denizen-it was to the effect that the order for twenty pounds on Messrs. BUCKLEY &NUNN-found on her per son-was given her to get dress by " Mr. DAVIS, who supplies all the "young ladies with clothes." We can not afford to blink ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

EMERALD HILL .Registration of Parliamentary Electors. GENERAL ELECTORAL LISTS FOR 1870. II is hereby notified for general information .. that, by The Electoral Ait 18G5, the day filed for tlie completion of the General Lists is tht lit Septembor in each year. .All persons taking out Electors' Rights on or before the 1st September next will therefore be entitled to have then- names placed upon the Gener»l Lists for 1870. No person whose name is on Roll of Ratepay ing Electors for any Province or District is en titled to on Electors' Right, vide see G1 Act 279, and 21 Act 334. J. McCULLOCH, Chief Secretary. Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, r7th July, 1870, to" The Electoral Registrar for Emerald Hill is JAMES EVILLE, Dorcas-street West. Borough of Emorr.^d HiV RUBBLE. TENDERS for Supply, &c., of 1000 Yards received until Half-past 7 p.m., Monday, 29th inst. JAMES EVILLE, ... Tovin Clerk, ' Soroush of Emerald Sill. .???. REGISTHITION OP , «. OATS. , - BYE-LAW No. 4-4. OWNER...

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NELLIE'S ROMANCE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

NELLIE'S ROMANCE. CHAPTER I. XT u J0U il'£ somg to be married, Nellie 1 said Bertie Egerton, stroking his tawny and decidedly handsome moustache. They were alone in the conservatory, and the musicians were playing the " Mabel » waltz, and the dancers were whirling round like mad. * esi s^e eaid, and she said it a little ruefully, as if she still carried her heart about with her, and had not given it into the keeping of her future lord and master. "I d°n't believe you care for him, JNelhe Vmce, though you are going to marry him." 6 "No," she answered slowly,- "I don't. Indeed, on 'the whole," she added candidly, "I think I detest him." The Vinces were miserably poor those most unfortunate of beings, poor gentlefolks-the sort of people who, in the course of a season, suffer a dozen martyrdoms from petty mortifi cations, with an endurance which if known, would excite the envy of the ghost .of the never-to-be-forgotten spartan boy, and extinguish his glory foi ever; the sort of people w...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1870. THE CENTRAL PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

EMERALD HILL ". THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1870. THE CENTRAL PROVINCE. THE expiration of the term of office, by the effluxion of time, of the hon. Captain G.W. COLE, causes a vacancy jn the representation of the Central Province, and the hon. gentleman again tenders his services to the electors; he,' however, is not to be allowed to enjoy a walkover, and the hon. J. S. JOHN-., STON, an ex-member of the Assembly, announces his intention to do battle for the seat. It is somewhat unfor tunate affair connected with the elec tion that the Returning-officer, the hon. Dr. WILKIE, has so blundered in his official announcement of the vacancy as to produce such a contretemps as may in any case involve an election committee of inquiry -he, the doctor, however, asserts the authority of the Governor in Council to remedy such error, and on Saturday last declared both gentlemen duly in candidature, and that on Saturday next he will take a poll. The hon. Captain COLE, how-: ever, having taken advantage o...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1870. (Before the Mayor (B. N. Sandilands, Esq.,) Messrs. Nimmo, Mouatt, and Dr. Haig, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

EMERALD HILL POLICE , COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1870. (Before the Mayor (B. N. Sandilands, Esq.',) Messrs. Nimmo, Mouatt, and Dr. Haig, J.P.'s.) Sunday Trading.-R. J. Mills and Thomas Mornane, were summoned by the police for selling liquor on a Sunday; a fine of 40s. was inflicted in oacli case. Obscene Language.-William Mills was charged by the police with using obscene and profane language in a .public place, was fined 40s., or one months' imprisonment. " John Aarons was summoned by the police for being unable to control a horse and vehicle under his charge, fined 10s. The remainder of the business con sisted of a number of debt cases devoid of public interest. There must be something yery child like .about the Albacore. Children have a way of swallowing marbles and cherry-stones and such-like without great regard to their nourishing pro perties, and an extract from the re mark book of Captain Robert A. Parr, of H.M.S, Lyra, published in Nature, says:-" At noon, in latitude 38 ...

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RATS 'I THE ARRAS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

RATS 'I THE AREAS. EACH and every community has no doubt its little band of plotters, men who are ever ready to sell the general rights for a mess of pottage for their own particular and individual benefit, or to suit their own views; and we regret to find a very glaring example of this well-known fact in the Borough of Sandridge, where certain parties whose names we do not care to give at present .-members of the Borough Council, craftily, stealthily, and sur reptitiously, negociating an arrange ment for re-annexing that Borough to the City of Melbourne ; and not only does the scheme proposed refer to Sandridge proper, but it also proposes to appropriate a portion of Emerald Hill territory, all north of the Sand ridge-road, so as to make the contri bution to Melbourne more valuable, and the act of centralisation still more complete. As to the latter portion of the proposal, no doubt Emerald . Hill has watchful guardians, who will (step to the front and do battle against such threat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

Built^ng Societies. jr'. THE.,- -'. VICTORIAN PERMANENT Beopebty INVESTMENT, aitd BUILDING-SOCIETY. (Instituted August, 18G5.) Begtiteredunder the Friendly Societies Statute 1865 "* '46 Collins Street East, Melbourne.," Shares, £25 each ; Entrance Fee, Is. per share; Fortnightly Subscriptions, Is. per Investing share; 6s:, ;4s. 5d., 3s. 8d., 3s. 3d., and 2s. lid. per '?Borrowed share. t* This 'society is the largest, most' prosperous, and most equitablo Building Society in the South ern Hemisphere. Tho shares oxceed 40,000 in number, and they represent in Tahie upwards of ONE MtLiioN. PouNBs STERLING , (£] ,000,000). >The; Advances to Borrowing' members 'on Freehold Securities exceed. £200,000. Wo tremlum charged to Borrowers. . Mo Bidding: for Advances. Bight per cent, per annum guaranteed to ^Investors. I fThe; surplus profits divided every five years. First division of profits in 1870: .To Depositors. Sums of Honey received'on Deposit Kcccipt on.the.following terms:-Repayable ...

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