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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

Window Blind Manufacturers. ' Established 1829. 1 ! '?yJ.-W. MITCHENER, & CO., .,t,From Dean-sireot, Soho, London. -V E JST E T I A. 3VT ' . and every description of ? WINDOW BLINDS, Ornamental Wire-Worlcers, 118 -CLARENDON ST., EMERALD . HILL. . The only practical Blind Mnkers on the Hill. Old* Blinds re-paintcd, taped, &c. Orders by post puue tually attended to.' All work guaranteed v;.; Tailors, Drapers, &c. FERGUSON, ' .}> Tailor and Clothior, ? .m128 - Clakendon STREET, EMERALD IIir,L, i: ji l0 , (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) , '; |':! ' Gontiemon's Ready-made Clothing always i on . n band cheap. . " ',ir ' X>. SARG-EA3STT,i i!;".!!'''.'.:.'..',.TAILOR, ' ' 16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD,,HILL. ?itt'CBweed'Snite, to mcaswro, from ... £3 > 0. 0 - Tweed Tronsors ... ? '. ... " 0 17 6 '!;I : Suit; Black Broadcloth . ... f4-''{)''o i ' (^ (Gentlemen's awn material mndc-up in superior style. j'.'J . : IVIRS. STEVENS' {Millinery & Dressmaking Es...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. A REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

ORIGINAL POETR Y. A "KICVJSBIE. I drcnm of the nig]it when wo parted, Ajid Irhink tlmt X e'en see her now j But freed from that mournful dejection, Then stamped on her dclicnto brow. I.muie on Qio words that slio uttored, The kisses sho left on my blioek, And see yet her fond look expressing The wish which her Yoica could not speak. I prize yet the few little flowers She pressed in my hand at tlio last; They are freshness to me in my sadness, Though their bloom is long faded and past. She is gone, who in kindness bestowed them, And years haT0 since flittered away, Still her image finds place in my bosom, Thoro gravon too deep for decay. But should fate in this cold world forbid lis, To meot as wo once could have met; Two hearts so devoted-united Can nerer ; oh, nerer forget. w. s. Emomld Hill, Aug. 19,1870.

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 August 1870

' SANDll ID GE B OB 0 UGH r::i-3r55 COUNCIL. ' ? .. I THURSDAY, . AUG OST > 18, 1870. PresentThe ;Mayor''(A. Ji: jolirison, - :rEsq:'). iand .CouncillorsPlnmmer, .Curtis, , Swallow, Morley, .Westall, Joyce, Pool man j and May. . , i : ; DECLARATIONS. < "The declarations were taken by the new Councillors - Messrs. Curtis, Joyce, and Westall, iu terms of the Borough Council. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE!. '"'The Town Clerk read the following letters : : From Mr. James Frazer, owner of the Army .and Navy Ho tel, Dowe-street, asking the Council to remit him the sum of £18 15a. that he is the loser of ? through the paying for a license in the .name , of William Gard, who has since been convicted of larceny from the same placc, and a fresh license having been issued to the present tenant. On ithe motion of the Mayor the letter was received and referred to the Fin ance Committee. From Mr. George Tudor Hall, Superintendant Minister of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

Auctioneers, Brokers, &c. ' T. -NOBLE,-' Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate c'' Agent, CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; 1,1' ; AND AT Beach House, South Road, Brighton Bcaoli. Furniture "Warehouse. Rents Collected Insurances Effected. | W. P. BUCRHURST, : AUCTIONEER, -. ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR, 1X6 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, Furniture bought, ltcnts collected at Gil. ]icr week per house. Tire and Life Insnrancc Agent. Deeds, under Torrens' Act, 60s. complete. £5 to £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottages and choicc Allotments for sale. JAMES ORME, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. ?' 1 ' LOANS NEGOTIATED. Agent for the Queen Insurance Company 99 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. S. X>- NATHAN, Auctioneer, Valuator, Hotel Broker, Souse, Land and'Estate Agent, .^CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; 81i COLLINS STREET EAST, ' (Mechanics' Buildings, oppo.-ite " Argus'* officc.) - JOSEPH JOHNSON, House, Land, and Estate Agent, Accountant, insurance Broker, Ireland's Build...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

Medical. LONG- LIFE Ss HAPPINESS 1 Read the following ? Works by Dr. L.L. Smith !. , ;* » . r'A ; Means for Prolonging Life, , And How to get Fat or. Thin.,, IheJTwo Books in One., Is. 6d.j ? "" '.by Post, 1». 8cU" | >?* Impotence and Sterility: j 4f.,6J.; by Post, 6s. (Stamps or X'.O. Order.) ;,,-n Obstacles to Marriage. ;n 4s. 6d.; by Post, 6s. (Stamps or P.O. Order.)' '? >,<, Sold at 190 to 194, Bourke Street Easfo Where also may be prooured ^ TKiSE JLHEWAND. VALUABLE LOTION! In. Bottles that can be carried in the. Waistcoat --Pochtty with full Directions for use.-. ; Packed and sent by Post, 5s. (Stamps or - P.O. Order.) .Prepared only.1 by.1 the. /Discoverer, DR. L. L. SMITH, t""xWHO-MAY BE CONSULTED DAILY. 1 " Fee by Letter, £li! | BVB'.-Modieines carofully packed and ' for- j wardedtoall the Colonies and India. .7>'<>ar. . -.-: : r'.v V. , DR. L. L. SMITH Has' been'in' practaoe in Melbourne 18 years, : and in the Diseases which he specially t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

Rirtlis, marriages, and Deaths.., v V [Noticcs of (livtlis, Mnvmgcs, ami Dcntlis'arcMnscrtcd I'RKK OP CUAUOK, untl communication of such eventa arc respectfully solicited.]*': . .; V >' ' J ? ????. " BlltTnS. v ;;. LAMB.-Ou 'tlio '26th' ulfc.j>nfc-iier" rbsidcnSo, . 102 Olarcndon-Btrcct uortli, Emerald: jllill, the wiic oi l^rodcnck 0. Jjttmb, chomist, of a son. ';Tk3!K^-~OII . fcho 39Ui ult., at 170 'OJuronclon .8ti*ccb;.:Mut]iV'iSinoraid' Hill; tlio? wife 'of' Cfcorge ..Trepn of a daughter., ;

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] PUBLIC SAFETY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

1.0 .: = . . 4 ; v! ?;; ' CORRESPONDENCE [Wo aro not responsible i'oi' tlio opinions oxprcssod by our Correspondents.] I . PUBLIC SAFETY.' ' ' ?:.« i.<,[ rsjiw = i-irrr to v'.n.'t .n y<j oJ ! To,the Editor of.J!he Record., " SiEj-they :say'there is the .samejlaw: for^the rich and the'potft, but that'doesj not apply to licensed vehicles and' traps driven by.-other people. I (cab 1104); must compulsorily burn a light or £'? shall be " pulled," , but Grains.the! brewer's traveller, with a! buggy-. Fastcoach; the butchei, or jCrusty,! with a 'baker's cart,miy drive oil a, public road without ? lights, " at His'; 'own3* risk."' they' 'say-but ho\i about! the danger'to, other people ll 'he rung; 'into dr''i»'ruii into* by J a'" cab and' several; people1 are'killed or, niainied ''H'6Tsr; about' 'the-'responsibility and 'the, cause 'of' the accident ? CABMAN. ( | [lW danger pointed out is a solf-eyident one, 'and private coiireyrucei or reliieles should aaeowi 2>it ...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1870. STICKING-UP THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

; . 1SME11ALD HILL : ' 1 -TJ2 UMSDAY, '/SSJPX^JpiSk $-jWd^ STICKING-UP THE GOVERNOR. IT will 'be in the remembrance of our readers; that a so-called anti-immigra tion league meeting was held at the Belvidere Hotel in June last, when some resolutions were passed of an anti-immigration tendency, though per haps we might be nearer the truth if we said that they were simply resolu tions against the present Ministry arid all their works. The meeting was composed of Mr. LONGMOHE, M.L.A., as chairman, a number of tag, rag, and bobtail of public men, political camp ' followers, who are really careless which party floats so there be agitation,,'a fight, arid-plunder! and as audience, a sprinkling of tho*e persons afllicted with, chronic discontent, who conceive that because one of their " class "-as they will1 insist upon calling themselves '---made an ' indifferent, parliamentary representative they should abandon the 'implements of trade and become legisla tors, and this, with a few of the...

Publication Title: Record
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ORIGINAL POETRY. RETROSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

ORIGINAL POETRY., KETEOSPECXION. , Yj I,/-'.' .'Xis 6wect ta imise on days long past,; - , ; ' *. Oil Yahislicd seoiics to dwell, ' ..'ri i.-Our. thoughts iri-meuiorytotcnst, .*. ? : .jOiij8j)ptsioricejkHO\vii,sO'WcIl. i Again, in.faney to repair . . j To childhood's liappy :horae, , ?. i 'Aiid with the ch'ersihed inmates there,. > As .formerly to roam. * r't j i I | ST' f; . t ' l I Xj 1 The tender words a mother spoke r, ' . 'Adyice-a father gave- ' ' . ;,.r,,In:rccoHecfcion to lnToko, " r. t \ . >a ! ,A's;ech0eS)fi'0iii thcgvavo.'v-r-t .» I ^ j .Yes, at sucb, times tlioir smvits brenkj ^ 1' 'From.'death's ouph cling coil. : V Their silent'teiiemeul foisaLe. ' i>To cheevius as we.toil. j >j. ill nr . . , I ? ' r The gentle .smile long passed away. r . '? ... .... TUewell i'e'inemoorett KISS : '' . . Again"their influence display, . !<./'> I ! ' ,-r In [retrospect like this.) .< / I < ' Who. would then in tlio. Hooting dream, : : Th'o...

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TO ARMS! [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

v TO ARMS !., THE news by the present mail brings! us advices W great-of" serious social convulsions-of _great powers ? engag ing in a conflict which, if carried out a £'o«ira?iccj'niust-perf6rce involve the' other large governing powers of the' world at-large,for our treaties of one1 kind and-'the/other so interlace,us with! ties of internationally . thati'a i quarrel between any1 two'must soonerj.'o'r later involve GreatvBritMn^Vandiwe'muchj regret; that /thisJ involvement must in - elude its dependenoiesyiand'-will cotn'e upon us with tenfold embarrasment-? as though'we^'areV-a^'ajp'coglc^BritonsJ yet we have a large~percentage .amongst' us of /- mentof'various-countries," es-| timabl'e men,"arid good citizens.in1 their] own proper .'.personsj .arid . doubtlessly,' in the struggle "which is ."toward, this' may cause some difficulties unless the! good sense'of;all parties comes.to their aid. : ?. j We think that on all, hands 1 it will! be conceded'that any'invadcr of this colony,...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, AUGUST 31, 1870. (Before the Mayor (B. N. Sandilands, Esq.,) Messrs. Mouatt and Nimmo, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

EMERALD HILL POLICE i,,; COURT. . .Wednesday, AUGUST .81, 1870. '(Before the Mayor '(B'l Nl' Sanctilan&s, ..iiijiEsqi;) 'Messrs.^ Mouatt' arid-Niui lJ mo,, ::'J: <-;-j 3fai?itciiance.-Robert, lliggs: ovas summoned by Mary- Bai'bicr for -'tlys maintenance of illegitimate'' child';' to -pay. 10s.'.per. week for lS'irionths.' ju ,. ?. Excessive Toll.-77Jeremiah., ;Dowling wag summoned by William Miprley for charging' excessive toil on'the 22nd and- 25th' August; fined- ls.in' each case,.and £2 2s.;ic'08ts. , rli;,i Qebt^Cases.-Wm. Currie v.. Jojm White, ; use and" occupation, ' £1 8sJ'j! with !5s. costs. Wm.' Gurrie' ' v. f Glia'rles Yongeyler, use andioccupation, 12s.; verdict and 5s. costs. ,j,; John Fitzgerald v. Joseph Thomas,' gooicls, >£4-2s:i: 'Jdhni'jHardmaln^v'.' :Menry j"Vyilliams, work, and -labo# done, £9 2s. 6d. j payment ordered, with as." costs. Wm.?'Murdoch' v." "Thomas, Connor, Hvorlc'and labor done,' £4:5si; dismissed. iPatrick jMcGow.an v. ! - i...

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ANOTHER NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

VANOTI-I-ER' NEWSPAPER. 1 W.ii have to congratulate the residents: of Sundridgc upon the announcement i of another newspaper-for-that 'Borough, its Hi prospectus' '..>'sn_vsy> "> to - advocate "ithe: best! interests !'oi''''thatv]3or6ugh," -and to?J'be^gciiei-iiily" of an-' intensely local 'character-1- kg that' ».bet\v-oen* our selves and 'the- new bi'oom;we< may be able'to effect some improvement-in the. Borough, although we are by no means sure that the-Lagoon will bo set-'on fire iby' theinewfoca^rtewspap'er;-: We'h'ave for 'now upwardsrof two years'DOXE all that the new organ PROMISES/; and though we are'dn nowise1- averse to a co-laborer in the vineyard of useful ness we must needs think there are localities where there is more room for a local paper, and where it is more re quired ; however, that is the affair of the .^proprietor, and we trust that the speculation may be of a satisfactory nature, and that the existence of the new organ may be useful-if bri...

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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

DOWN BY THE SEA. THAT delightful young libeller who -writes' for the1 Herald under the non do 2>lume of "Asmodeus" lias gone some 'what more ."than ordinarily out'of liis way Ho'say something' nasty in his ef forts'tobe facctidus at the expense of some'oiiep-any one, in Saturday's issue ."of- yoiir evening contemporary, ec.sig. ' ^"Air the world knows' that "carrying 'coals'Ho'iNewcastle'' is not a. paying !game'jl'but,IR,«hould sayj judging from !the!''number :!of;l colliers which have .lately gone-to'Davy, Jones' locker, that 'carrying coals 'from' Newcastle is no better: ''' Ho'weverj' I suppose that it is ?purely . a5question' of1 insurance.'" ' For my own' part'I 'am not ' the captain,of 'eitherfof 'the! vessels' lately lost 'at'! the iHeads>;i butli'I icannoti say lthat;I;feel : easy to findtheir reputations attacked as seamen and honest men in that in *-uend6j y"lI suppose that it is purely a question-of insurance^' and- a 'man'who ,can. so, recklessly throw about fire ...

Publication Title: Record
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NELLIE'S ROMANCE. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

JN EL LIE'S ROMANCE. CHAPTER II. "? -''There wasn't any hope left for her; it only wanted a fortnight to the time ; and the cake was ordered, and the bridesmaid's finery bought, and ,the guests invited. Nothing turned up. Money-bags was alive, Bertie out^ of town, and, altogether, the whole thing was certain. ; " Ugh !" she said to herself, " how I hate him!" She was trying on her wreath, which had just come from ?Madame de Blank's. " Ugly old thing !" That was not at all a proper expression to make regarding her future spouse ; but she made it. " Nasty, pompous old thing; to insist, 'too, on our spending the honeymoon at his mouldy old country-seat, when I wanted to go to Paris, and see all the shops." Nellie had a weakness for shops, and a partiality for spending money, in them. " Honeymoon indeed! 0 Bertie, if it had been you, darling;" and she began to cry. After all she "Was only a woman, and women are yery foolish. ? Now chance played Nellie that day a very good turn. The colo...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

Building: Societies. VICTORIAN PERMANENT PnorEiirr Investment, AND ' BTTILDINOvrSOOIBTYi (Instituted August, ISO"].) Ilegisteredunder the Friendly Societies Slahrfe 1SG5 46 Collins Street East, Melbourne.; , . - \v? /-,rv -! Share?, £25 cach; Entrance Fee, Is. pel- share ; Fortnight] }. Subscriptions ,1s. per In veiling share; , iGs.; 4s. oil., Ss. 8(1., 3s. 3d., and 2s. lid. per ' Borrowed share. This society is the largest, most prosperous, and most equitable Building Society in (lie South ern Hemisphere. The shares exceed 40,000 iii ~ number; nnd they represent in value upwards of ] ONE MILLION POUNDS steulinq (£1,000,000). ' , i'' Tho' Advances to Borrowing; Members on Freehold Securities exceed £200,000. ZTo Premium.charged to Borrowers. ' - No Bidding for Advances. 1 Eiglit per cent, per annum guaranteed to [Investors. ? ; <." The surplus profits divided . every five years. First division of profits in 1370: ?.vfii m ?[. 1 :; To Depositors. Sums of Money received on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

Window Blind Manufacturers.' ; - -r !? ,! | Established 1829, ' W:' MITCHENEE, & CO., . ..Froni Dcan-siract, Soho, London. ' in': :V;JV E T I A N . ; and every description of Window BLINDS, r. . Ornamental Wire-Workers, ' . U18 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. - Tlio only practical Blind Makers on the Hill. <( Old? Blinds rc-paintcd, taped, &c. Orders by post punc ." ??'<???' ' tually attended to. All work guaranteed .< ? ' ' Tailors, Drapers, &c. ? WILLIAM . FERGUSON, ; Tailor and Clothier, - ? -<1. ',!!)! ^128 ..CiiJiENroN STREET, EjijsbaiiD riiiLf : ^ (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) ; 1- .: , l. 'GenUemon's Kcadyrinatle Clothing always moil <>-i i . hand cheap. ? ? ? f t»# ! ,iBARG13ANT,iM,ii j TAILOR, 1 ' 16:OLi!BENpON STREET; EjOlRiiD, Hliil/." ;(oi:T,weodrSuits, to mcastmyfrom tf.'.rfSiii.Ou 0 j ; TweedJTrouBors ;17 6 i ,''1" Suit1 Black Broadcloth '?'' "t ' O ' j0( ' ^; ^ Gci)tlemcii|» own material ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

i Government Advertisements* EMERALD HILL v. Registration of Parliamentary Electors. /GENERAL ELECTORAL LISTS FOR 1870. IT ia hereby notified for general information , that, by The Electoral Act 1865, the day ..flxedforthe completion of the General Lists "is ''the let September in each year. 1 ; ' j ;'A11 persons taking out Electors' Rights on or I j before the 1st September next will therefore be I ^ entitled to have their names placed-upon the General Lists for 1870. ~ -lNo person whose name is on Roll of Ratepay -ing Electors for nny Provinco or District is en .. titled to an Electors* Right, vide sec. 61 Act 270, wad 21 Act 334. J. McCULLOCH, - Chief Secretary. Chiof Secretary's Office, '.Molboumo, i'7tli July, 1870, Tho Electoral Registrar for Emerald Hill is EVILLE, Dorcas-street West. ?- Soroush of Emerald Bill. J.i'O'Ji C REGUSTOAWOlf OF GOA T s . v . BiE-IiAW Ko. iron-.. .. » OWNERS 03? GOATS are hereby CAUTIONED 'the''provisions of above JBye-law will.'be j 1 forthwith ''c...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 September 1870

EMERALD '1IILL? BORO (JGII GO UNGIL. ' . « MONDA Y, AU GUST 29, ?1S70. Present,:rr-'tL'he:Miijror Siindi-j lands} Es'qv) an'd1 ' Grs. "Thistle ; ; tliwaitej:j1ll6y3il/:EoVcr,,)' 'llaffmanj , ^'..Page, .-HSfiminoi jand.-Dr; j Sturt. .?m >* ! The .minutes of last'''ln'e'etint; '' were "1FeFd'"m*d_confirmcd. CORllESPONDEXCE. | The Town^Glei'krr.eadjthe following letters:- - j f.mWPromithe" Central1 Boar d "of vl£ ealth; ^g'tating^that Le, Capelain* hvould. '..shortly^ 'make/.this^-annual*^inspection' E.eferred\to,ithe. 'HealthnOilicer-i^ v». j . v!From ,the.I-lon. the Chief;Secretai;yj ' asking for a: copy .'of scale, ^of: charges for slaughtering at, the^^Ab'attoirSjjuid asking the Council's opinion'a^'to 'the rKigKesE:^es-1ihatf8Hwl3~,existrr-^«4 ferred to^the Health Committee. -i, . Erom|tl^Vrp/o^''n> Larfds!jp fli.ee, for-;, warding copy of report made by Crown' "Lands»BaiM»i^ the remby^|\of;?i^ffifb^5icairteriB; from the,, line (pf;,.Ee^r.ar8-'str^et?-yjliicX?the. bailiff 's...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1870. (Before the Mayor, and Mr. Mouatt, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 September 1870

EMERALD HILL POLICE ... COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1870. J (Before the Mayor, and Mr. Mouatt, J.P's. _ ???'? .; Larceny.-A lad named Edwin : McYiear., who was discharged for an offence of a similar nature last Wed nesday,: was. charged with stealing a cake, from the shop of Mr. Ledger wood, of Clarendon-street, on the 1st inst. He was sentenced to twenty four hours' imprisonment, after which he was to be.sexit to the reformatory .for three years. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1870. Before Mr. Mouatt, J.P. Drunkenness.-¥m. Fitzgerald, was charged with drunkenness, and fined 5s.; or twenty-four hours incarceration'. Eliza Henderson, Was fined 2B. 6d.; and Ss. (Jd. costs; or six hours' im prisonment. Elizabeth Ivery, on old offender, was fined 20s.; or fourteen days'imprisonment. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1870. ; (Before the Mayor, (B. N. Sandilands, Esq.,) Messrs. Nimmo, Mouatt, and Dr. lffla, J.P's.) Obscene Language.-John Sykes was charged by the police with using; obscene language. J'ned 5s...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE STOLEN NAP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 September 1870

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE STOLEN NAP. I Bimtehcd a short but grateful euoozo I dreamed I WUB in bed, Bereft of boLli my clothes and shoos, A pillow 'neatli my head ; On mul trass filled with spring* hair, ily tired bones rocliuing, And blankets warm, and linon fair, With curtains all ontwining. I thought the night but just begun A long way off the morning j I felt at pone# with every ono, All interruption scorning 5 I heard not e'en the faintest sound I wished not to turn over Such, comfort to my frame I found, I guesBed myself in clover. When of a sudden somoono spoke I jumped up in a fluster I yawned before I quite awoke, Or could my Benses muster. In office-hours I had slept Beside me was my master He stoi'mcd, while I in sadness wept, Lamenting my disaster. Sinco then-by such a lesson taught I regulate my slumbers, And sleep at night tin-.e as I ought, Which 110 restriction cumbers ; For such forgetfulness at work Though certainly composing looks rather like a wish to shirk One's bus...

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