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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

Borough, of Emerald'Sill. NOTICE.-Tho COLLECTOR attonds at Mb offico, Borough Council Chambers, EVERT . MORNING-, from 9 to 11, to receivo payments of Kates. ; ^ l WILLIAM TOPE, , f» >r Rate Collector. ; Borough of Emerald Hi"; - TENDERS for LEASING tho BOROUGH MARKET, will ho received until 7'30 p.m., on Friday, 23rd Decomber. Conditions, &c., at tho Council offices. >. ? . JAMES EVILLE, ? Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, Nov. 28,1870. Borough of Emerald Hill. .. TENDERS for, the Execution of Works in . CIiAbendon-STEEET, between York and r Grant-streets, and in MAHKET-STBEET, bet-ween ^Clarendon and Cecil-street, will he received until : 7-30 p .m., on Monday, 19th December, inst. V 'Plans and specifications, &o., at tho Council , offices. JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. 'Emerald Hill, ' is .'".'- 5th December, 1870. Boroughcf Emersld Sill. !;? TOWN COMMON. ? ' ri RENDERS for Leasing tho GRAZING PEES - -~-'S and performing the duties of TOWN , HERDSMAN, for twelro months ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

MIRTH. . - f Check not a joyous laugh,;o Seasons of mjirtli, j Are liko precious gems, . , Sciu-co upon earth; \° }' tiUQIO ( Trials would seom to bo, vioadi'jitj , Common to man, m ;,,;.. . , Clmg then to happy things, , _ Smile whon you can. ? . ? x r j ii, Jo Wolcome a merry face, .. t ja For'tis not ofton, Mirth comes our hoary care, ^ ><' Kindly]to soften .:????'? > f> With those wild bo guy, Grladly rejoice; And with light and free, 1 Mingle your voice. > Would you bo over dull, Gloomy forboding ? Spirits will quietly droop, With overloading. E'en the most buoyant hearts,' '' Languish and fade; t- ."i-i h Unless some kindred soul, > . < n ] '< g Comes to their aid. ,,j r Look at the brighter side, Naturo has two, ; ' iuio , -| Why should the shady be, ' Always for you ; . I Cherish each ray of hope, . As it is appears ; . , . jf Strivo to oxtract the good, . ._ Drv ut) life's tears. '. 1 J.iiw'l l J/udoil -ooan no jo .JiuiJiii . ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

BirttaSi Marriages, and Deaths. [Noticcs of Births, Marriages, unci Deaths arc inserted riiKE OP ciiAito£, and communication of .iucli events arc respectfully solicited.] - , DiMJlS. ExiiEitKER.-Ou tho 27tli ult., nfc Bridport street, Emerald Ilill, Mrs. Wi IT. Ellcrkcr of n son. KUOSE.-On tho 7th inst., nt St. Viuceut place, Mrs. Henry Krone of a son. DEATH       WALSH.-On the 4th inst., at Park-street,     Emerald Hill, Maud Honora, the beloved.child   of Martin and Ann Walsh, aged six years and eight months.        

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

ORIGINAL POETRY. MORNING. Lovely and sweet arc tho signs of tlio morning; Naturo rofrcshctl by the stillness of night; . Tlio light dews so softly all verdure adorning, Aro making each ilow'rct look happy and bright. The air breathes a perfume, tho earth seems re viving, . j With life and delight from its season of rest,' Tho last gloomy shades from its bosom is driving, And once moro in beauty and grandeur it dressed. A freedom surrounds us; wo seem to inhale it > The froshnoss alone ev'ry prospect endears t1 \Vo feel as in youth e'er life's troubles assail it, And-all to our mind is juBt as it appears. ; Tho groy early dawn is at all times tho purest; .) ? The sky is more cheerful its color most blue, , Tho breeze is moro fragrant, its odors aro surest Alike both our health and our stroBjjtli 'to renew. ? ! J 'jo ' I love to enjoy it with those who rojeeting j ,/,. The trammels of slumber would woe its em brace, ? . ' ,f' 'Tis tho young break of day, its allurements .re flectin...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. THE LIQUOR LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

EME11ALI)' HILL : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. THE LIQUOll LAWS. ' / WE do not conceive that even with, the constantly recurring and saddening re sults of bibulous excess, nor with all the precept or example of chief rulers of llechabitcs tents, or other advocates of temperance, that in our time drink ing strong liquor will ever go out of fashion, for doubtlessly it is more a custom than a natural necessity-and history shows us that in all times, and in all places, stimulants of a more or less damaging nature or maddening character have been used-and all that we can hope to do will be to re duce the practice and its sad results to a minimum, by restrictions as stringent as may be imposed without actually interfering with the right of the sub ject.: :We allude to the character of the liquors sold : we have a law which forbids the unrestricted sale of certain dangerous drugs, and why should not the . authorities interfere to prevent liquors of; a most deleterious character being-sold t...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1870. (Before the Mayor, (J. Nimmo, Esq.,) and Dr. Iffla, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

. v .v ''T-m-- -rrr.tm<r ; EMERALD IIILL POLICE ,, COURT., WEDNESDAY, . DECEMBER 7, 1870. (Before the May>or, (J. Nimmo3 Esq.,) and Dr. IFFLA, J.P. Unlawful ?? AssauU.r-r. Ellen:; Barfoot was summoned by Jane; Jacobs; for- an ..unlawful assault. (No appearance.) ' Caution to- Cabmen-Thomas Baker for permitting public vehicle to-' stand Ifor.bire across .'street; .ynras 'fined 20s., in. default i seven', days.vimprisonmcnt. ?Jessie Voss for-the. same !offence was i 'fined 5s. George -Gould for a like ] offence, was,fined,5s.; in-default forty- I eight'hours' imprisonment.; John Ben- | son plying for hire off: proper stand, i (with-drawn.) . Charles Lee,, for the same, (postponed for ..(.seven 'days.) William Leahey,- for a similar offence, i (dismissed.) ( . , ^ Debt..', Cases.-;-John Ryau y.i Daniel Connell, work and.labor;'£8 16s: 9di; '.verdict .and ,7s. /6d.: 'costs.'i William Gurrie; v.Patrick >:Drill,'',use and oc cupationj'£l>; .to!pay-,£l-iwith 10s. 6d" co...

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JEREMY DIDDLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

JEREMY DIDDLERS. WE are aware that in society, as in na ture generally, there are parasites who feed upon others, but in a country like this,where all are, or should be workers, as little encouragement as possible should be given to persons of this class whose evil example-to say nothing of the injustice to the diligent-must have a. demoralising effect. We allude to the Liefbiwitz family, a rather large one, who exist on the guileless and philanthrophic, who land here with no qualification save their eminent re spectability and some worn out. title, and upon.this slender capital they con trive to get ,'gloriously into debt right and left-and this kind of thing, w,e repeat, is encouraged by the ease with which persons of this description evade payment of their just responsibilities, and yet fare sumptuously every day justice being a mere farce in the mat ter. . . It is only a few days since, a major something gets into debt with some tradesmen, who were either of a very trusting disp...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATE EMERALD HILL ARTILLERY CORPS. DEPUTATION TO THE HON. THE CHIEF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

- f' 0 . ..... . - sTHE LATE EMERALD. HILL ARTILLERY CORPS. ' DEPUTATION TO THE HON. THE. > ? . CHIEF SECRETAHY. ., ' ALL our readers are familiar with the facts of the unfortunate fiasco in'con nection with the above corps, ending ..in its disbandment; they will also be 'Aware that an invitation was given by ; the Government to reform the corps, it. being most unequivocally under stood that " bye-gones were to be bye gones," and a general amnesty to one <and was believed to have been .thereby proclaimed-and trusting in ? yj® honor of the Government, numbers j did re-enrol themselves, only to find 'that the "War Minister, probably with I the advice of the Board of Enquiry, . with unaccustomed mala fides had led into an ambuscade, and there and then had sacrificed a certain number of pre viously good, effective men and sub officers to what we can hardly.-with . .the best feeling for the service, and a !/wish to advocate subordination and or der-designate by any other ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

Building' Societies. VICTORIAN PERMANENT PBOEEETT INVESTMENT, AND BUILDING SOCIETY. (Instituted August, 18G5.) Segistered wider the Friendly Societies Statute 1865 *6 Collins Street East, Melbourne. Shares,£25 each ; Entrance Ice, Is.per sli arc Fortnightly Subscriptions,Is. per Investing sli are 6s., 4s. 5d., 3s. 8d., 3s. 3d., and 2s. lid. per Borrowed share. This society is tlio largest, most prosperous, and most cqiiitable Building Society in the South ern Hemisphere. The shares oxcccd 40,000 in number, and they represent in roluo upwards of ONE MILLION POUNDS STEELING (£1,000,000). , The Advances to Borrowing Members an freehold Securities exceed £200,000. Xo Premium charged to Borrowers. Ho Bidding- for Advances. Eigllt per cent, per annum guaranteed to Investors. The surplus profits divided every five years. Firstf division of profits in' iS70s To Depositors. Sums of Money received on Deposit Bcceipt on the following terms:-Repayable nt 3 months' tooticoj 6 per cent, per annum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

Window Blind Manufacturers. . Established 1820. J. W. MITCHENER & CO., . ? From Dcan-sircet, Soko, London. V EN ETIAN . and every description of WINDOW BLINDS, Ornamental Wire- Workers, 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. The only practical Blind Makers on the Hill. Old Blinds re-painted, taped, &e. Orders by poBt puue . tually attended' to. All work guaranteed . , , [A CAIiD.] MR. T. EWART, , Teaobor oft ho Pianoforto and Singing', ' V . 1C2 CLARENDON STREET. Private entranceLittle Park-street. MR. MACHAN, Toachor of tlie Piano, Harmonium, and Organ. Pupils attended at their own residences. Privato Quad-, rillo-Class every Thursday evening, from 8 to 11 p.m, itcforcnce required. - ADDRESS-16BEACJH STREET, SANDRIDGE. NAPOLEON III. HOTEL ( .51., PARK STREET WEST,, ... . j -. J 1 '. . .* EMEBAED IIIM. . . . : « . . JAMES TROTTER Begs to inform his friends and the public that he haj opened n new liouso under the old 1111110, and trusts that by keeping the best of Ales, fNV...

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EMERALD HILL RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

EMERALD HILL RIFLE CL UB. .Last Tuesday morning the 1 first practice of the new Rifle Club, w;hich has been formed in connection t 'with the Emerald Hill Artillery Corps, took place. Eighteen members of the club were present, from whom:;sides were chosen, and the following is "the result of the competition at,.three i Gunner Slight ... i;,! .; Gunner Davidson ... , ; Corporal Snowdon ... .-.7..... Corporal Thomas 1 ... M ... j j,;,'.....,] 15 Gunner McFarlano ' 15 Sorgoant Alexaijdor ;. 10 Sergeant Twycross 4 Gunner Fairbridgo 1 .», .i.-.. , 3 ranges-five shots at each SQUAD' 1.,' Gunner T. H'Hutcliison , Total ... SQUAD 2. 1 ! 193 Gunner Wood Gunner Finn Gunner Cross Gunner Gould Gunner Minty Gunner Payho Gunner Arnold Gunner Do I'eu Corporal R. M'Coacli ilv/fiti ) ti' Total' ?V 209'

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH :: COUNCIL. ; : MONDAY, DECEMBER '5y 1870.; .-Present:-The Mayor. (Jno. ISTimmo, :i Esq.,) and Crs. 'Power,;-Page,;Sturt, Hoffman, Whitcman, Sandilands, and-Thistle.thwaito. An , apology for the . absence of Cr. Roy was received. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.' . The Town Clerk read the following letters. v From the Crown Lands'^ Depart ment, stating that early next year some action will be taken toimprove the Park roads in the Emerald Iiill district. . ' ? From' the same, in reply to the Council's application for the reserve of lands abutting upon the St. Kilda Railway, east side, between Dorcas, . Bank, and Park-streets,for the purpose of opening up a road for pedestrians, stating that in Section 18 the land up i to the railway fence is held by the Presbyterians for Church purposes, and suggesting that the Council ascer tain whether that body would consent to give up part of the land for the pro posed road. Cr. Sandilands ...

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VICTORIAN BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

VICTORIAN BUSHRANGERS.   We had hoped that the severe exam- ple made in the case of Burke, at the Diamond Creek affair, would have deterred others from this dangerous course; we however find that two reck- less scoundrels, who, by the lenity of a jury, were acquitted but a short time since on a very clear case of burglary at Mr. Symons' house at Vaucluse, from whence a quantity of plate and two double barrel guns were carried off, have taken to the road. The morning of the robbery Detectives Mackay, Daly, and Hartney, arrest ed Frederick Smith, Edward Con nolly, John Sullivan, and Chas. Smith. Though there was a strong case against Sullivan and Connolly, the only two who were tried, they were acquitted. Smith and Sullivan prowled about town for a few days, closely watched by the detectives. They then suddenly disappeared, and in a day or two after wards, two. racehorses, belonging to ..Mr.'Walker, of Caulfield, were stolen, with saddles and bridles, and for some days no...

Publication Title: Record
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SMITH IN MELO-DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 December 1870

SMITH IN" MELODRAMA. : BOMBASTES SMITH has spoken! lie 1 no longer is of the MCCULLOCH fol lowing .! He has washed his hands of Sir JAMES, and will have no more of him ! And yet the world has not col lapsed, and the sun by day, and, the moon by night, continue to maki their i respective appearances with accustomed 'regularity. ? '> 4 Mr. GEORGE P.ATON SjiiTir," with the Protean ability which has enabled him to . perform more or -less success-? .fully,,as a draper, a pressman, and a .'.barrister,.has , now essayed, the role of Pros/;e>'o, and says to the Chief., Sec retary . " For this be suro to-iiiglit tliou shnlt hnyo oramps; ' Sido stitches, thufc Ishall pon; thy ibreatkvup j i ;[.; .. urchins ... ; ? ".."Shall exorcise onthco,;, won'droit,bo pinched As thick lis lidnoy'comb/eaoh pinch rnbro'stinging Than the bees that niado thom." -' . I ^ i,. , ; ? ?' 'M >'/ 'il l " . He has fallen.upon a" tricksy spirit5' in Mr. Ruck LONGMORE, , and .without {.wishing ,to be misunders...

Publication Title: Record
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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

ORIGINAL ^QE-TBY. , t: . . , i >.1HOM To read tho future's socret page .t-'/Jfitt.'W .: |Most wisely is forbidden,' , The course otir transient life mnj (alo, '' ' Is'inercifully liiddoii. The enres and sorrows in our path, ,Ifi,6pone'd to oiir, sight;;':':.70"*0tt A present happy.ease. would mar, j" ? Serenity would.blight. . ., A blissful homo would loso its clmriilp, A ' ' A A morry heart its mirths, ?/ i r t-:-}«j;'iO Rejection's ui(mtlo>wouldbc' thrown "'jti'IO .' O'er every thing op earth', iso C't ? v-Ko njoro pleasure, preconcerted,,,. :ul;[cj; Would to our enjoyment tend, .r^ifto . .Ev'ry wind.would breathe a.sndncss, ' * Could wo but forosco tlie'enii.1 J|,u" Joys of hopo now prizod so dearly,~-L . Could 110 sweet deception's fbringy Tinio wliioh now. seeins nU'enduring, Would'bc evcr on'th'e wiii^-'.'-J Lost to'all anticipaiibir: j:.? Ofieacli fdncy drbam bereft it Existcnco would.become a burdcu,n"miCI Scarcely with a m'ospcct.lofti .'iviJmo-jsCt B. D.

Publication Title: Record
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On a Pear Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

. l-ili J(BY iTHE XATE W. M. TuACKEBAY.) lo 0:10 ;; : ? " THIS morning, Betsy, the housemaid, 'comes with a frightened look, and says, ." Law, mum ! there's three bricks {taken out of the garden wall, and the .branches, broke, and all the pears taken -off the pear tree ! " Those bricks re moved :: that ladder evidently pre pared,,by which unknown .marauders 'may enter and depart from my little -Englishman's castle ; is not this a sub-i ject of thrilling interest, and "may"it! rnbt'. be continued in a future riuinber ?\ I~7.tliat is' the terrible question.'.,. "Siip-i pose, having escaladed the outer. wall,| "the- 'miscreants take a fancy to stormi ,'ttie castle ? "Well-well! we are ariiiedjj iwe. are numerous; we are, men of, tre-i :mendous courage, who will defend, our' spoons with our lives; and there arfej ^barrack* close by (thank goodness ?); .whence, at the noise of our shouts and ?firing, at least a thousand: bayonets' will bristle to our rescue.; ? : i '.'//What sound is yon...

Publication Title: Record
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PLEAS FOR THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

Jhyl'j awvi ' * PLEAS FOB THE .. iilr..- .,([ ilJO Summer heats aro coining o'er .us* 'Burning winds 6urchaitgcd witli dust, Town presents no pleasures for us, . H.'-l * Go unto tlie sea we must.* ' /;?;:/ ;| ;r Thus a charming girl one morning, , | Spoke unto her,fond papa, . Coaxing, wheedling, begging, fawning,' | '.Aided by her dear.mamma. Can you see me daily pining ?. ..., j With,a trombling Toice she says,1 1 , Look the beauteous sun is shining, 1 Shall I not enjoy its rays V Think how gaily I could ramble, , '' ?* On the soft delicious beach, How upon the rocks could scraniblo, .Gr the cliff's high summit reach. Bathing in the rippling ocean, Picking lip the pretty sliolls j Watching of each wa\e the motion, ! As in majesty it swells. ' V7. a III Gath'ring up the scattered (lowers; ; (Call them sea-weed if you will), j.In contentment pass tho hours, " Happy o'en when sitting still, r ^ nru-.j Then at eve how.sweet;to'wander,!jt',| - Lighted by tho silvery moon, . - -- Or the...

Publication Title: Record
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THE DISCIPLINE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

:,y;tepfs?wsf ?*?'?£' "" V-f(t: -iol ?/Ian I ir;Ti7/ !71A" .7 ii 0Iii'V:< (I(liE, nciVj legislation/,to 'tpi'ojvidcjfor j"0thejycgulation,( and discipline(of ,,tlie "military,forces in the service of'TIer y";.Majesty,'s G^eram,cntiii,.Yictpria," -is[pOj\\; virtually,,the, lajy of[,thc: land, jan^l (aj fe,w .r^mades, thcr(eanentlj inay| .not; .bq-^ut^f-,place,, as it sterns,.thatja^ery ,imji^esjsioixiob^tains jthat it/w,ill! ^affectjthe ,yoluntcer j body., j ^e,iho'\Yt-j .je.yflijj jfailj to,gc<q,any. (ehr^of^sucli, effect, | and we only see in Itr^the-ineeessaryl ? legal machinery to enable the Go'vern- j liient to .deal with any forces of a mer-! 'ciinary "Icind'?which-" the1 policy^ of" Ithej ^bJveijUiii'dAtXbrj^.'th'e' .exijjence'-'of 1 cir-' cuWsfanceViiiay cau'E& Ito beV'e'nrolledt .for defe n siVc1'cmp 1 oym'elitV1 . /f.'The only:!porliondi'the Act' that se'ems : a I' «-yi:Mi X ,y-i««>,. n« n.v/.i ki .tq ftaye, i any; appuqatjo^i ".fo^the;citiz...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] SUNDAY TRADING. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

In ,.m q O'i'i '?.???? ' " " -»i ljn-£ oifi Dot:i i CORRESPONBENOE^yjiD .\Vo n io not rcsponsibio'for tiio opinions'fciprcsso'd by oiu\Con,cspohdent&]"l,J ?J'ji .U'.yittisj jb-i r,h ?' ?? r .,,p 'io t''l4i74,U 11 C'l ?;"! v'l n<)i ]yjt|*fti >»o Ki ;ij-S:0NOAYtv.mADINiGhc J *.. :ASTotthevXMipm>f The jlecon/.!'ih ; Sitty^Als1 a loonger in. the Police Court, about^a week^-smQe J heard a case m which Sunday trading was othcm;vHght,",Hwas «iiriycqui,e'ti *v,e.rajc|; i'tfie"polic& ask'edifor'costs for hisyivit .'nes'sfes1.'^""'Pooh, pooh ! " sdys his wor ship, .."ftlvey,ar.c ,.p.ar,ticops ei-i'minis." (particcpps.i ilr. Mollison, next time, 'please). Now how is the_police 'officertojpjj&e 'residing of the Act is to obtain-the Act says nothing aboutf^tH&^buyer, it is the seller-and if^thel policeman comes .into ."court ji'ithout; fitnesses; /it. jwillf b? simply policeman, v. publican, and the ?iBenchiwill-andi Jvcry properly-rrgiye Hhe''ac'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

iftXQR h-.tz ''Miscellaneous? vr, i ; jiTOTICE OF REMOVAL j Wi MATHEWS, | First-class Pianoforte Maker & Tuner, . 227 CL ABEND ON" STREET SOUTH, \ EMEBAED JIIXii; " Pianofortes tuned in six lioars nfter receipt of tile order. '{'>1/1 / attended to punctually. ,, , i ; A fine tone Cottage Piano for sale cb'eapi L1 "TVW.SMITH, EMTHEft SEEXER, 83 Clarendon Street,Emerald Hill, Near lhe lioyai Hotel. Stout:Crop, Is. per lb.; do. Kip, Is. Oil.; light ., do., Is. lOd. to 2s. ,j;; Uppers and Grindery at lowest rates. ?i,: ! W. F. VAM5XTIXH, Practical-Straw & Felt Hat Blocker) AND. BLOCK MAKEB, - Swanston STREET, MELBOURNE, . /" ^ Opposite City Datlis. Straw and Felt Hats and Bonnets of every description cleaned, I'yed, and altered to any of the leading shapes of the season by steam power. T:.JV, K. HA3NTSE3NT, , . (Late Otto Brlnckmann) MANUFACTURING JEWELLER No, 1 Xiittle Bourke Street ^West, MELimUH^E. Colonial Gold .worked intp. allkinds ot design?. ^Diamonds and ever...

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