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THE TAYLOR SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

THE TAYLOE SCANDAL. IT is to bo deeply regretted by all who profess ami call themselves Christian!! of whatever ileiiouiinatiou, that the above sad nfl'air Was not allowed to die out with the confession and resignation oi the ci rant man,' and the unavoidable . abase ment of tho partner of Ins indiscretions -whatever thev may have been. What we .must consider the prurient, inqui sitivonesa of some members of the con gregation, rather than a desire to main tain church discipline, lias however pre cipitated tho matter still further ; the ad mission per so of any ' impropriety,' for which the hitherto Eeverend and respected gentleman could feci prepared to con done (as Jar as society was concerned) by a retirement from 'a'ministry, which up to this discovery, ho was considered to have adorned for over a quarter of a cen tury- Should have been Hufiicient. So ciety of tho character known cither as religious or worldly should have been satisfied. Mr. Taylor should have been consigned to a...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

OUR ARTILLERY.. IT having been determined by ttie wiles, that the challcngu of the Hon. Artillery Company of London, for' » rifle match 'should bo' accepted, ' Our own ' entered ou the competition, on Satur day, and though under disadvantageous circum stances made a very good score, and one which stands a good chance ol' entitling them to uphold the shooting reputation of Uio colony in the pro posed mnteli. The following were the conditions under which they fired Seven rounds per man nt 200, 500, GOO yards, in H'ythe position at ll.ythe targets; reduced bore Lancaster rides, without moveable foresights or pistol grips ; uo sighting shots. The wind blew very strongly from the left front, and rain fell during the firing. The following scores were made :-Stall'-sergcant Rainsford, 54; gunnor T. M'Jluteliisou, 53; gun ner A. U. Smith, 51; gunner Hamilton, 51'; ser geant Slight, 47; gunner Withers, 45 ; gunner JCeliow, 45; gunner B. M'Hutchison, 43; ser geant Twyeross, 37 ; gunnor -fames...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Local Intelligence. Di:sTUI'CTivj; ]TntB.-On Saturday morning, about. 7.o0 ii.in., im alarm of lire was given, and il. was soon discovered by those who ran lo the spot indicated that (lie back premises of tlin Me chanics' Anns J lolel. at t he corner of Jiank and 'Cecil streets, were on lire. At this time it ap peared as though the application of a very small quantity of wafer would have saved I lie premises, but nothing was done till the arrival of the /ire brigade with their appliances, who, after a little t ime got, their hoses to work. The head of water was, however, so weak thai, beyond wetting the circumjacent premises liltU; good could ari.-e from their eilbrls. The ilamc soon burst; out, and, unchecked by water, ( lie hoi el was slowly de voured by the destroying element, 110 one, either from I he out-ide or I lie in, attempting to salvage anything, although the front of the house, bar, Sc., were perfectly safe lo cnler for a length of time. Tiie little wood store in ]!ank-*...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 24, 1868. (Before Messrs. Martin, Ni[?]no, Haig, and Iflla.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 21, 186S. (Before Messrs. Mnrbin, Xhnuio, Jlaig,- and Iflla.) Drunlcennesa.-Joseph Somcrville, charged with this offence, wa$.' ordered to pay n find of 5s., or, in 'default, twenty-four hours' imprisonment. Sam]i Brook, an old offender, was sent to gaol for three months lis an habitual drunkard. , Threatening Language.-William 'Foster wa.i brought up for making use of threatening language and was lined 20s., with the alternative of four teen days' imprisonment. He was also mulcted in the sum of 40s., for using obsccnc language in the public street. In default of payment, lie was ordered to prison far one jnonth.J Wasting Tan Yean.-Cliarlc3 0. F. Miller, summoned for allowing the Yun Yean water to run to waste on his premises, was fined 5s., with 2s. Gd." costs. Cause List.-Tom Kicolson v. Daniel Robinson, wages, ,C2 5B. Mr. Madden for plaintiff, and Mr. Miller'for defendant. Plaintiff slated he had been in the employ of the defendant as ...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. , The proprietor of the Eecoiid lias de terminedin order to further increase tlic eflicicncy ot' tlie paper as an advertising medium, to make a gratuitous distribu tion of the liiicoiiD on board AT/i'J tlie ships lying alongside tlie Saudridge piers, and thai? a, suliicint number .shall /be put 011 board, that it may be read tore ao apt. The advautage afforded to adver tisers by this must be apparent, as alarge number of persons; who have -money to spend, and consequently arc, the very persons into whose hands advertisements should come; never see a newspaper, but by the proposed extension of distributio will be informed where they should spend their time or money when on shore. The average number of ships lying at tlie piers' will be about 30, and allowing lo men for each, 'I'SO persons--with, more or less money to spend, will be invited to the stores or places of. entertainment of tlie various advertisers. ' : The proprietor undertakes this duty witli its...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

..BOUND AJSTD ABOUT THE HILL. An early constitutional the other morning brought me to the sccno of tlie fire at the Mechanics' Arms, just as the Alarm Bell -was ringing. Wc arc a quiet going people and dislike liurry. No one got in a bustle, some one brought out a few things and Hopped them do>vn a few i'eot from tho door, but 110 one seemed to trouble themselves about putting out the fire, at an early stage the Hotel was then intact, and the only sign of lire, Boino smoke coming from an outhouse, l'u alittlo the Brigade arrived, and still without anything approaching indecent haste a hydrant was after a time uflixed, but between there being littlo or 110 pressure, and a defective bull or something of that kind allowing considerable waste, 110 good was done, and as BunseD's song said ' 'Twas vain o'er the iliimcs tliu writer to . and tho Brigade rolieved their solicitude by put ting on fresh lengths of hose, shifting the hy drants, and in fact generally keeping 011 the move. One ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

SCRAPS. A clangorous clmsm-sar-easm.' A sweot planet-The ITonymoon. A vnin' hope-^l'rospccting far. gold..' , The popular lbnn jusl. now-platform. that arc not filial to actors-liene-fits. "What liquid would a lover bo ? Bolide her. The young lady who was frozen with horror, and was subsequently molted inf o tears, was car ried out, and consigned lo a watery grave. Toeing out craft-liicking a blackleg down stair?. Is I lie force of gravity equal to tlio strength of beef ten. AVhrn is a scheme like the third of a yard ? "When its a-foot. : ' A cynical pedagogue gives it as his'opinion that now-a-days, ladies seem to treat their waists as vulgar fractions-to be reduecd" to the lowest terms. ? A young lady who was mrrricd six months says' it is all nonsenso to talk about love in a cottage, 'l'lie little rascal always runs away wlion there is no bread and butter on the table. There is more love in a sirloin of beef than in all the roses, lilies, and woodbines that ever grew. A young wif...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

CROWN LANDS SALE. A SALE of Crown Lauds took place at Common's rooms, 011Friday nftcrnoon. 'I'lio following lots ill tills borough sold us underIn Market, Moray, Boss and Clnrko streets, the upset price being £150 per acre:-22 l-10p, £122, Hague and C'olloy ; 22 l-10p, £103, W. P. Buekhurst'; !15 l-10p, £111, W. P. Buekhurst; 35 l-10p, £11G, W. 13. Holl'man j 22 1-l.Op, ;C1G0, W. B. Hodman; 22 l-10p, £170, W. Thistlctliwaito; In Moray-street, oil' the Sandridge-road. Upset, price, £150 per acre:-22 l-10p, £111, S. II. Pearso ; 22-10p, £131, "William Power ; 22 2-10p, £120, A\r. Tliistletliwaite. Tin: Mbmiouhxj: Ricks.-The acceptances for this threo days sport avo out, and present a fuller list than ordinary. On the 5th Jfovember tlioro arc three events. The Maiden plnlcr Bail way stakes, Melbourne Cup (the event of I,ho . meeting), the Hurdle raec and Darling stakes. On the second day, ^November (ith-Koyal I'ark slakes, Flying stakes, Spring Handicap, Corin thian Cup'Handicap, 4 yea...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Courts. SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, October 22,1868. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Polico. Courts. SAXDRIDCHC VOTJOB'- COURT. : Thursday, October 22,1803. . (Befovo Mr. C. Mollisoi), P.M., and Mi'. Swallow, . J.l\) : William Macdoimld, a seaman belonging to the British ship " SwifLsure," mi3 charged with desertion, bufcas.none of the officers appeared to prosecute, he wis liberated. Sand Carters.-Thomas Clay ami Jolni M'Na mara were summoned for removing sand from the Crown Lands without licenses, anil were each mulcted in the sum of 20s., with 5s. costs. Monday, October 2G, 18GS. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, and Mr. Swallow, a-J'-) . JJriiulrenness.T-John Gribson, Bridget I?obort8, Mdward Brown, Henry jS'elson, William Anderson and AVilliam Lynch, charged with the above of fence, were ordered to pay small penalties. Damar/iny Vropcrly .-Hmxnv, IJcbbiu was sum moned for breaking four panes of glass and a window frame, valued at ;C2, the property of John. Francis. Jolm Stubbs slated that one night while in the plaintiff's house he heard some one broaking the windows, a...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Borough' of Emerald Hill, f"¥AENDEKS will be received imlil 7'30p.m. on X 2nd November:-? 1. For Drainage works at. tlic. Borough Abattors. 2 l'or Formation of Mr. Eimllay's Right-' . . , of;way, Moray-street. 3. . 1<or Xerbing works in Little Raglan street. ? ? - . - JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. . Bosough of/Emerald-'Hill. flTliNDURS will be received until 7.30 p.m., on .1 Monday,. 2nd November prox., for ' STONE KERB1NG-, &c., In Little Raglan-street. ? JAM.ES EVILLE. ? Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 20th October, 18GS. ... Borough of Emerald Hill. VroilCG IS HEREBY GIVEN that, at an JLA. Ordinary Meeting of the Council of the Borough to be held on Monday, lGtli November prox., (be Council will eonlirm cer am resolutions passed on Monday, 10th day of October instant, for amending schedules to Bye-laws Nos. 17 and 35 of the Council, viz.-1.-Bye-law 17.-J?r//il lation- of II'ood-car/ers: Abolishing the present stands, and appointing in lieu thereof the north side of Covcn...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Business Addresses, &.c. Designs, Plans, and Specifications of Dwellings and Public Buildings PiTpiircil, unci . 1 ln.-ir ereetioii superintended, by .J. E. BTJTLEB, 7\.I!OJIIT:kut, (Of niiiny yojirs Kn^lish experience) Office:-Messrs. Xalhan § Jim-ham. Clarendon Street, 'Mmerald Hill. RAYSON BROTHERS, (ICSTAISLISUKD 1S5-1) DRAPERS, SILK MERGERS, & OUTFITTERS, AUE :<OW SHOWING TUKIK SPBI'XVG aooros t . SfoVELTIES IK 'DbESSES, StAJfTLKS, B020TKTS. HaXS, &C. 140 & 142 .CLAEEKDON STEEET, EMERALD HILL. J. OOLCLOUGH & CO., ? : Wholesalo and Family Grocers, Wino, Spirit, and Produco Morchants, U5 & 1G7 CLARENDON STREET, JiMIMlALl) JU1.I.. AH orders punctual/'/ alleudcd lo. NOTICE oar RSIVIOVAL. R. McKElTZIE, Undertaker, &c., ,aU; ol -II Uliin:nt!on-f>tra:t) Iibjis In mi|iiiiiht liis friends awl ? lu: inhabitants of UnieiaM Hill :mtl its vicinity Hint lie lias KRMOVED TO Wo. 87, OPPOSITE. (Ni'M to Mr. Wumlliii's), \vht:r...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Record. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1868. FIRE AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

©j.e Iktorb'. THURSDAY, OCXOJSEJl 291/,, 1S0S. ? .FIRE AND "WATER.' EMUHAM) HILT, lms for a length of t imc enjoyed an almost perfect immunity from Bros of any imporiance, but tint!; :!K no reison why we should expect 1o be simi larly fortunate in the future, anditihere I'oi'c behoves us-or those who have ac cepted the task of attending to the man agement; of the Borough, to provide for the several contingencies of circumstance, and by no means least, is the necessary provision against the ravages of that most destructive element-Fire. But a few days since, a visitation of this kind bolhl us, in .the total destruc tion of a large building, the .Mechanics' Arms Hotel, which we say, advisedly should not have been burnt, had there been any thing like an adequate supply of water, and perhaps a trille more 'energy and method in the Piro Brigade, but it is more with the water supply or rather the want of it that we have to deal, and some one should be made answerable for the deficiency wh...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 October 1868

Births, Marriagos, and Deaths. BIRTHS.   MILLIDGE.-On the 28th inst., at Anderson street, Howe Crescent, Emerald Hill, the wife of Frederick Millidge of a daughter. MACDONALD.-On the 18th inst., at Young- street, Kent Town, the wife of Mr. A. Macdonald, Watchmaker, late of Clarendon-street, Emerald     Hill, of a daughter,

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gardon Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

Ciarclon' Operations for; tlx© Month: ;! T i.ow jj: (.. ai;iii;n.-Balsams, globe iiitinrini tlnis,' zinnias; and' oilier,' Iender annuals'should now lie .sown, .if not already donbf^if sowniii pots and transplanted into 'flower beds,'place, in sunny weather, an empty tlower pqt over the patches of young plants ; reinove the pots ^every eveiiiiicr, or the plants will grow up weak and spindling. Climbers will be growing 'fast,' ami will require constant thinning ./and' training;.. See that,the llower,.beds, are. kept filled by turning out plant's in, pots.|'. . K11 c iii^ Cr.viniKX.-This being the last very busy sowing month of the! year, works of minor importance should not prevent a timely mid pro per cropping, for which at this season .tlio lower parts of tlio garden ought to be used if sheltered, aiid the soil not wet' and sour. Plant: out'largely cabbage',1 caulitlower, and celery;'also, sow ? again for succession.' -'Weeds'will grow 'apace'; choose a fino'sunny day for lioeirig ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

i'.ii ,ai-'i Correspondence. - ,...:To,\ihc.'Editor,of. the Record. (,! Sin,-A.paragraph appearing'in'your issue of the (20fli ultimo to the effeet,' ' tl nit the Ifricndly Societies iipon Emerald Mill were uniting:; to1 es talilish'ii Dispensary to (lic'injmy of'the estub ]ished',Di1iiggist's; and that live and let live should be Uie molto.'!;I liavo simply to state) that'tliero is''no intention on the-'part' Of.'tlio''Friendly Societies'to'interfero with tliemin any way." l'ho object of the Societies are to' open !a Dispensary .for tlie supplying of medicines to' the members; their wives and families witli unadulterated '. nle dicines, and to facilitate tlie administering to the patients ,(who may;bo so unfortunately placed i/s to require them with ail possible speed) .as lpie present mode of Dispensing is not all. they could wish. !13v inserting theiibovc You will oblige, youvs, &c., .TOHJT' SLVXAVJCTiT/," ' ' ? Secretary to')liu CbnimihdeV "''Kdvembor 3, 1808. ! " ? !

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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 — 5 November 1868

Melbourne and HoTsson's Bay Railway. TIME :TAjBL33.' ST. KILDA roil 3LELI10UH>'E. 7.40, 8;0*,' 8.20*, 8.40*, !9.0*, 9.20*, 9.40s, 10.0*; 1015,10;45,11.15* 11.15 h.iii. 12.15V 12.45| I.15, 1.45*, 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15*, 3.45,- 4.0,<4.20,' 4,40, 5.0*,,5.20,, 5.4.0,iG.0, (3.15, 0.40, 7.15*,,7.45, 8^15, 8.45, 9.45,10.45 ,p.m. . , v ,; ?:EMERALD HIH) TOE JIBMOUHNK;' I " 'i 7.45; 8.5, 8.25, 8.45; 0.5, 9.20,' 9.45, "10.5, 10.20^ 10.50,11.20i 11.50 11.111. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20, 1.50, 2,20, 2.50, 3120, 3 50, 4.5,' 4 25, 4 45, 5 5, 5.25, 5.45, G.5.G.20, 5.50,7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.60 p.m. ,, ?.11 ; . . " jrELBOUiiNE TOH emhkai,D nira. 8;0*,' 8l20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40* 10.0,10.30, 11.0, il.30,'12.0' 11.111. 12.30, 1.0*,,1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0. 3.30; 4.0*' 4.20*, 4.'40*," 6.'0V'6.20«, 5.4Q*,,G.0, 6.15*, G.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.30*,' 10.30*, II.40* p.111. ????? -V ?' 8.4, 8.24, 8.44, 9.4, 9.24, 9.44, 10.4,, 10.34, *11.4, 11 3111111. 12.4, 12'34, IX 1.34, 2'.'4, '2 34, 3....

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

Auctioneers, &c. - W. I*. ISIiCKIIIJKST, i AUCTIONEER, ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR, .. 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, ' yhriiitiire bought, ltcnts rollcctcd at fid. per week per house. J-'irc and Life Insurance Agent. Deeds, under Torrens Act, 50s. complete. £*> to £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottages and choice Allotments for sale. JAMES OK ME, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Agent for the Queen Insurance Company* Arbitrations. Debts collcctcd Weekly Sale every Monday, at 2 o'clock sharp.* _ ; ./ ttcst Serened Coals delivered at 30s. per ton. .' 90 COTENTKY STREET, EMEKALD HILL. S. D. NATHAN', ''''' (Laic of Kathan i$" Durham) Auctioneer, Accountant, & Valuator, COT L] CTOR, i ' HOUSE,IAHD, ESTATE,'AND INSURANCE AGENT, OoitxBit. or G-bajct AXD CiiAhkndox Stivkets, KM Ell AID HILL. Temporal/ Offices:-53 lorfc Street Hast.... S. "0. NATHAN takes this opportunity of thanking the general puimc,aiM more especially ms numerous menus in uus...

Publication Title: Record
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VERDICT ACCIDENTAL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

VEKDICT ACCiDENTA L DEATII. ."Wis .will justiiypolliesise a caso,"prayiiig' the while that'no sad. reality may over be given to.it, .of a .ehilil: or - children being run over at the .Railway which intersects the township, tho result ol' the in quiry-.wjould.'311 all probnbilt^n the ori-_ tlbi&o nflducedsvbo as abc^^fifrrtwelvgf inoii, with" morc^merey to ftic|)^(jrcaveaj patents! than justice-to otheraketiringcj rwithoui! ,iul3ui<r the rider,"'whiclilin all; probability would have suggested itself to each 0110 as appropriate^ We siiler ljlame' is; ai|rjbutabl,o to ithe 'patents} of .the. deceased in_,allo.wj ng- h i m ~ ( h or- or themas the ease may havobeen) to^boin so dangerous .a-lo'eHlily, 'except'uiftVer'the ehargc^ofji^oiiip.ctentipei'son."--Should^ any jury in the conscientious discharge; of the function they were 'performing, so; to Jiiidi it >wo\ild be considered a wanton] and uiincecss'ary laceration of the paren-j tal;leolings-but they.would no dou...

Publication Title: Record
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Police Courts. SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, October 29, 1868. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

Polioo Courts. . , SAND111DGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, October 20, 1803. (Before Mv. C. Molliion, I'.M., and Mr. Swallow, J. 1'.) , Jfo business of iniportancc/ivas transacted at. tliis /.COlirt."'1"' ?' ,??? - Monday, Xocentber 2, 1868. (Before Mr. C.Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Swal low nnd Thomas.) Minor Offences.-Edward Slncey, for being drunk antl disorderly, was fined 5s.,' with tlio al ternative ol' twenty-four hours' imprisonment. Ami. Johnston, for insulting behaviour in tho public street, was fined 20s., with tho alternative of seven days' imprisonment.1! . Tlic Sandridgo Court was open on Tuesday last instead of to-day. The child found in jSott street was sent to the Industrial Senools for seven years. A man named Osborn was remanded ou a charge of stealing, and a drunkard was fined os., with t, J ic alternative of twenty-four hours impri sonment.

Publication Title: Record
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MENDING OUR WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

MEATD:LN& OUli "WAYS. It-is truly, gratifying to be able to com-! plimenfoiir representatives (of tho'Hill)! on the decided improvements they have eilectedin'wli'at might appropriately bOj :termed"the .-Bath 'Bond, aud without being; :ogotistical enough to believe that it is all; attributable,(to the suggestions aud argu-; ments whieW have from time to time ap-| peared in- thej£lt®^ii.D, we niayjjvt least; be allowecl'tlie pleasure of knowing that; "we have iu no jviaS" opposed these and other improvements. The road is now| something mores than ?a fnioro^by name,; and the pi I griliiiCgo' to ''arid J from*' th c's civ. may be made with comparative comfort,' andrwas' the/improved 'accommodation; more !gerierally i'no\vnf1;he'Eftierald Hill' .bathiug,ground w,ould be, largely a\;ailedj of both by'residents and Melbourne folks,' and the seaboard thus popularised, a re-j .sidonfc community would,.soon springjup,; and "Bafchvillo," or'by wlmtovo name it might,bol ;luio\vn,fwoviM'...

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