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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

,Tf Borough" 'of Emerald' Sill: NOTICE.-The COLLECTOR attends at his oflicc, Borougli Council Clmmbcrt, EVERY MORNING-, from 0 to 11, to rcccivc payments of Rates. ; 1 ? i j ; 1 WILLIAM TOPE,. ' '... Rate, Collector, . Borougli'. of EmoralcL Hill. TENDERS for the Execution of Works in , GLAEENDON-STBEET, between York and Grant-streets, and in MABKET-STBEET, between ; Clarendon and Cecil-strcet, will bo received until 7'30 p.m., on Monday, 19tli December,' inst. Plans and specifications, &c., at the Council offices. ' 1 And until half-past 7 p.m. on Friday, 23rd inst., 1.--For Leasing the Borough Market 2.-Do. Grazing Fees 3.7-rEpr Maintenance of Sandridg-road 4.-For Carting and Metalling 6.-For Cleansing Channels, &c. . - 6.-For Lighting Kerosene Lamps,, During > 1 the ? twelvo ' months ending: 31st December, 1871. ; -!1 JAMES EVILLE, ' Town Clerk. Emorald/Hill, mut no'i - ; :'t 6 th December, 1870. }eujj BOMUffh^pf!;Emerald.;HiUj'fi If,"; --h, ' . RENEWAL1 OF ANN...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

A PEW' HINTS , tavv. A. . . .1 . > \«w» a <\*rn ? The advantages .to .local advertisers miast ;be, apparent, ,-as, it,;is; the. V.epog nised newspaper of the clistrict»: >( > ? 1 Ataother subject of! consideration1 to' those who wish t<? bring them'selves'.dr their wares before the public, is, that each advertisement in? :; - m*; |U(0V(V . '. is set outinareadableiand perspicuous form, likcly:t07attract attention instead pfr;being-;vjumblcd:j.up' in . jsniallestipf unreadable typ,e:,'wit.h;ca multitude of others,,>through.).which: no ,one/Could cverHvadel:''' i And: wel; shall "'probably ii'ot' lie' tlceriied':',Wo.! v(aii^ cgotis.tical,,if!,we, apppud, the'following disinterested opinion of.i:,i ,i ..f which niust be base,d on,its,merits 'aloii'c. Extract from thePr inter's Register, London,.. Spjptombcr -6th, 186§ .:-7^ " Wsr. Maeshali., 'Recoiid,' EatEnAM) .HILL, VICTORIA".-?* Your. little paper does you credit. Wc.tnko it to, bo,the cheapest wee...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

Stiijv HILL T.ff) ,"J. I - j TJXURSI)AY, \I>]SCEMnmi x 15,,1870 ,j; j .IO CLOSING. . VL-I'L'; ! oi»iif;IOJI .oii;: ' \ ; t-W-E'.alwaysiifeeh ascertain, amountj;of jdelicacy id. commenting; uponany.;sub ,)ject which interferes however indirectly, nvitlil the!liberty of; th'e isubject;idr :the Jma'nner! iniwhich any.l one:isees: fiti to .co'nduct.nhjs vbusiness^ 'or .-hisniprivate ".afFairs/-andiwe,;thbrefore;<6ffcr:.a quasi Japology for; referring- to.the^ab'ove.sub-1 .jectH-joun .onljr.cxcuse lis .'that -it, is,tan ?3ev.il of.t.considerable>;;maghitude,nah'd . Johej\vhioh'jialthough}i all/admit itsnad-i . rvisabilityjvfcTOicara; toideal>.withror/in itiate single-handed,.or as individuals, fahd'nthusi'.w.hatliisvan iabuse'-rran objec itiqnableiV'practice j^still V;obtains. uu We uilladei 'to the.ikeeping open; oft/business -establishments/to unreasonable.hoiu'sfr-' <a*iBystemn^hich'iwei say advisedly, is'.n'oj . bo'oiKto ithei'public;; and tlieidiscon't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

Building*'Societies. . ^ : THE 1 VICTORIAN PERMANENT PjROPEHTy IXVESTMEKT, AND BUILDING SOCIETY, . . .. (instituted August, 18G5.) Registered under tie Frien d ly Societies Statute 1SG5 &6 Collins Street East, Melbourne. Shares, £'25 each ; Entrance Fee, ls.'per sli arc Fortnightly Subscriptions,Is. per Investing sli are1 Gs., is. 5d.; 3s. 8il., 3s. 3d., .and 2s. lid. per. Borrowed share. ' ' ' "! """ This society is' tho largest, most-prosperous, and most equitable Building.Soeiety.in the South ern Hemisphere/ 'riThe shm;es', excc'ccl' '10,000 in number, and they represent in value upwards of OKE MILLION POUXBS STEKHNG (£1,000,000). The Advances to Borrowing: members on Freehold Securities exceed. £200,000. No Premium charged to Borrowers. Ko Bidding' for Advances. Eight, per cent, per annum .guaranteed, to Investors. The.surplus profits divided, every < five years. . First divisionol' profits in 1870s »>? tn<u-:. ? - 4 To Depositors, Sums of Money ...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

Window 81in<l manufacturers. , T ? t. J\ "i' .Established 182D. ! ' , J '> '> " ;. ?{ J. W. MITCHENEll & CO., j *, ...From Dcan-s:rcet, Solip, London.. ,,... VENETIA 3NF . -~--r - and overy description of ?WINDOW BiaNDS, , . Ornamental Wire-Workers, .n / /.! 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD IIILL. The oiil,); practical Blind Makers on tlio. Hill. Old Blinds re-painted, taped,* &e/ Orders tiy post punc tually attended to* All work guaranteed - J- [a CAED.] TVL-&.1 T. EWART, Teaolior of thcrPianoforto- and Singing, ,1G2''CLARENDON-STREET. t , , ? rriynte cntraripei^^ittlc Park-street. , A.cM:'!A.3sr,'-1'' -Teacbor of tho Piano, Harmonium, and "J V , , .Organ.. , r.upils attended at their"own residences; Tiivalc Quad rilid1 Class every-Thursday evening, from 8 to 11 p.m. Refflrcnwj rwiuUed.r ;? \ v < ' 'Addrk5S~16BEAC1ISTKEETj SANDRIDG-E. NAPOLEON HI. HOTEL , 5i PAltK STREET IVliST, ,. ? EMERALD 'llltt.r "" | 7; T r. ? n y?.. \-,.^{ ) ?r ?....

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FIRE AT SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

11.j ? A: = oi 1 ^ -FIRE AT.S^NDltlDGE^:\ .?ABOUT( half-past . cleveu . on: Saturday night an.alann .of :fire was given by the Sanclridge'fire.-bell,1 and quickly,echoed ,'^he i, brigades j.of both 1; placesji vere Quickly ion then s'cene' of .the ffii-e;':'only ytd" look 'on; tan'd_r's,ecf' thei',fire^jb&n,'i'itself. t,out,, seeing:^ there'<jvxas.>JiipoWatcii |o| be had. The Vfire . occurred: in.Jaitfpurj irpprt6U;'hj&use;in'! lI'homas^sttcet^Qhlthe: Jyesi'ern 'side%of'.^.th^ soSvned 'audi occuijiedcby^one' -William ;Morris, f a working man, jwhojj&t ;the .time.pf''the''firej b^o^'in'g^ut^^abl sent at a neighboring publicliouse, hav ing lefti; a light''burning' injhis house 'when 'he vent oiW.^^/J^h^ili^vSe^^and premises-were .totally ,destrpyed/jrcp_rc_| 'sentingiyavloss <of > £100y<i Morri's'ijb'eing. only insured to the ,ifexjie&:'^p{''f£6dJ uTlxe, ,'residents. 911 .thatysidei.olf/tlie,, r.ail-J tWay.havcfoi....

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 December 1870

S'A): . tf<D^«W6^0UGJ2 .Thubsday^'Deoemiseb ' 8, ,1870. ,! Pr.esent'iWThQn'ifMayoi^^^Dr/i-iCu.rtis)^ ""."'Councillors 'Joyce,!' Pdolmdti^* r -;.' l^(B.^iU"VJ^h^y6n,*(^nd; y Swaiiow.J;^I'vniiVi| .^'Jtfel'&jtriutds!1 of ,jlj^t^e|imgJ^re ..', r'eji^ilaii^oP&xifir'm^ai.ViVf*.-' ;»nj .^nn , I «'* it'^j Fmi. f-'-u'v hmi'i.lutol j ,h<A~-tmnr/A GQllltESPONDENiCB.^riiUmf : IcttCl'S ">JoolV"'}ilii-ifj-rt:-) 'lo Jot n ,oe,:'i { From the Ben'evolent Asylurp; re-j mindingLtneif.Gpuncil ,.pf.cthcir annual subscription. .''lReferrtfd| to the Finance' ; Cfefiiinitte^ ":>?*>;. ,:.\ Fromj.thetBproughj Council |of Wil ..lianisto'wnji'statingi that i a favorable op-| 'portunity'presenting itself"dunn'g thci ! p);pgr,ep's ..of ^tlie'./j/Bill f, to:^ Amend °tlicj jBoroughsr Statutei" ito.iihaye.ntlie ,ob-| noxious''provision of thc'lGSth'sectionl !'andll,8th'lsch>edule');repealed,^ ^as'. to give therpo.w,er to'Boroughs,wherever .sitiialtey'bf Ilibensingid...

Publication Title: Record
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE V. EAST MEL-,'" BOURNE.-The first eleven matches be tween these clubs has been for some years past a topic of considerable in-; terest in cricketing circlts for at'least' several weeks before the date fixed for; the match, more intense perhaps : on: this side of the Yarra from the'fact; : that it is a long time since South Mel-n bourne has scored a victory against their formidable.rivals. Many an ex cellent opportunity has slipped through their fingers, at a. moment too-when with every confidence the, battle was considered won. Many-strange ???.and wonderful causes have been assigned by the South Melbourne team, for. these constant defeats;^;.'>At .one time they going in first, had .: bad'weather and wickets 'tp'-:cofitcnd'.; against.}'."; at another time they^weht- in last,, and played upon a cutrup wicket and-a bad light} sometimes: they;ha'd'too .much sun, at anotli«!r0'ndit'.':e%^li,.)%d;;:ilfo light was. deceptiy e..,,. But r singular enough these ca...

Publication Title: Record
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THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE EMERALD HILL MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Members of the Mechanics' Institute, Emerald Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ' EMERALD HILL MECHANICS'. INSTI TUTE. . Zb the Members of the Mechanics' Institute, 'Emerald Mill. Your Committeo, in presenting their Report of tile proceedings for tho past year, lire glad to be able to congratulato Members upon the generally prosperous condition ot tho Institute, and to bo able,to Btate that notwithstanding a yoar of un usual financial difficulties they luivo been enabled to provide for the moro pressing demands with out adding to existing liabilities. As you aro aware tho amount received from Government for the year 18G7-8 was £163. In consequenco, however, of some change mado by tho. Government in the method of distributing the.grant, your Committee received only £03 for the year 18G8-9. This great reduction (in face of liabilities increased on account of tho Library in anticipation of receiving tho larger amount) very greatly impeded the labors of your Com mittee and necessitated the exercise of stringent economy in expenditure...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

rr^rrrrr-t:TY - Wis ceilaneous:' .. ' wMsMubhattee? MOBGAW, 7OW, OliB ENDOW S TEE E T, - Emerald Hill. He has (the.Jargest stock of Workingracn'o Hats, and the cheapest in the colony. Established 1850. , Vrjr ttlorgran's 19s. Best Black SatlW Bat. " , V. ALMAO, HAT & CAP MANUFACTURER, inn ; eg 'Little Oolliiis Street'Easti ; ' MELBOURNE Alpine and every description of Hata made to order. The ohoapest ja town. Hats cleaned altered, and re-sbaped in the latest styles. NOTICE OF REMOVAL _ . W. MAtTTEWS, First-class Pianoforte Maker & Tuner, 227 OLARENDON' STREET SOUTH, EMBBALD HILL.. >. . *. Pianofortes tuned in sixhoiirs'iiftcr receipt of tiie order. Letters attended to punctually. . ,, A firio'tone Cofctnge Pinno for sale elieap. T. ?#". SMITH, EE£TH ER "SELLER, 83 Clarendon street. Emerald Hill, -pr- --Kent,>lie Kojnl Hotel.; _ . Stout Crop, Is. pcrlb. ; do. ICip, Is. 9(1.; light d^.Vi's.'lOd. to 2s. '^'^\/p']4iVarid Grr'mdery nt lowest rnte3. Wv-17'.VVAtfeKTIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

A FEW HINTS She i'fiovil. ? The advantages to local advertisers inust be apparent, as it is the recojr nised newspaper of the district. Another subject of consideration to those who wish to bring themselves or their wares before the public, is, that each advertisement in Eltc |U c o v (l is set out ill a readable and perspicuous form, likely to attract attention instead of being jumbled up in smallest of unreadable type with a multitude of others, through which no one could ever wade. And we shall probably not be deemed too vain-glorious, _ or egotistical, if we append the following disinterested opinion of §mxA which must be based on its merits alone. Extract from the Printer's Register, London, September 6th, 1869 ' " Wai. MABSIIALL, 'KECOED,' EMEKAID HILL, VICTOBIA-* * Toiu- little paper does you eredit. Wo tako it to bo the cheapest weekly journal, for its sizo, in Victoria." ..We, in conclusion, most respect fully submit our suggestions to the notice of our advertising friends,...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

CORRESPONDENCE. Wo aro not responsible) for the opinions pxpressod by our,Correspondents.J WATER SUPPLY/ To the Editor 'of 'The Record. Siit,-I am in a burning. heat,.I can^t say a perspiring heat, as, thanks to tHe hon.' 'Mr. Bates,' there is hot; liquid enough on the Hill to promote such exudation. I wish to ask you-why, when, the establishment of which I arii a humble, integer cannot get enough water to fill the'matutinal kettle ;on going: into " Collins-street I find the street saturated ? I do hope and trust those unfortunate persons " not nearly covered by insurance " will not watch when the water is " off" and have, an accident, for it would certainly be bad for the; insurance companies, and, per haps, the neighbors. Let Mr. .Bates go without his breakfast, and depend ; upon, it he would soon want to know what's the matter," as I and others do; - PATERFAMILIAS. ' 'SUBTRACTION AND ADDITION.-A chimney-sweepers's boy went . iuto a baker's shop for a twopenny loaf, and i concoivi...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Merrie Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

§Xmk (Mu'teimu;*. . rr V ... 1 ' - -'"'Tliia broiling a very interesting' affair . tokos ! i plcico at tho Mechanics' Iustiluto, in tho distribu tion . of prizes to tho successful Bcholuivj of tho Uaui-strcct School, Emerald Hill, ':'"Emora]d "Hill was on Friday morning tho 'scene of eometlaing remarkably like garottiug, and ;that too in a populated part of tlio Jlill. A gentleman was making liis way home at about one o'clock in the morning, when ho was sot upon by one man who attempted to garotte him but could not succeed-and in the meantime ft second ruffian made his appearance and ad ministered two or three stunning blows apparently with a neddy on tlio gentleman's head, and in all probability they would have succeeded in robbing, perhaps murdering tlio unfortunate man but for another party-a cabman,-coming on tho scene when tlicy decamped, leaving their victim much exhausted with tho usage ho had sus tained. It is believed that tho police are on their tracks, and if tlicy are ta...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

N-0nmrP-r?ho,cSI'£ECTOR ate(i3 ^ his MOsSft r"Eo ?0T,d Chamber*, EVERY of; Rates t0 t0 receive payments :: WILLIAM TOPE, Bate Collector. .or:;: ^Borough tf Emerald Hill. . TENDERS will bo received until lr-30 p.m., Oil Friday, 23rd inst., ? "i"v50r Leasine tbo Borough Market 2.-Do. Grazing Fees - For Maintenance of Sandridg-road ' i . is T^or Carting and Metalling ! e ~~Sor °l«w»?ing Channels, &c. .. . ®°r Lighting Keroseno Lamps, ? DeSr, 1871.tWClT0 m0UUl3 eUtlillg 31fifc offices135 and sPecifications, 4a, at the Council JAMES EVILLE, Emerald Hill, T°WU Clcrt 6th December, 1870. Borough of Emerald Hill,, .renewal oe ANNUAL LICENSES. npHE BOROUGH TREASURER will bo in T,a.fc, tl10 office3 on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 28th, 29th, and 30th December, for the purpose of RENEWING LICENSES. .; ,;. r' - JAMES EVILLE, ' Town Clerk and Borough Treasurer. I . Council Offices, Emerald Hi 12, 6th December, 1810. 1 | ' . Borough of Emerald Hill; X> O G S . THE, ANNUAL REGISTRATI...

Publication Title: Record
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CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

. CIIKISTMAS.;;: ONCE., more; Ave are '011 the eye. of that genial season' of the year to all, whether here orcoh;the.other, sidolofthe equa tor? jtAgaih recurs;, that j happy: ailiiif yersary which-brings, or should bring, arfulL.tide'of, the ihappiestiofrrecolle.c, tions,andh'j,should; s peo}Dle i videally or literally,-each5 family circle, withhold; welUremembered formsji and oldilo.yed faces/ and fill-each-heart iwith.-kindling emotion) ato the.: remembrance , of old tinies .and; incidents, Ito say .nothing of its .-higher, holier .import;.,to.> all those who profess, and call themselves Chris tians;;!) n -jv/ -i. ai To these,"kind, friends to whose, no ticeiwelhaye for .some .years;offered our thoughts, views, suggestions, and opin-: ions, wc offer our congratulations at agaiu meeting them, in type, at this happy season of the year. Looking back; on our past career we have *, little to regret-and.if with but small;; ap parent benefit in any given direction, at least with a c...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

airtbs, Marriagres, and Deatlis. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths nro inserted rr.KK OP ciiAiiiii:, and communication of suoli events aro respectfully solicited.] DEATNS. HENNESSY.-On the 17lh inst., at Lor residenco 96 Napier-street, .Emerald Hill, Mary, llio bolovctl wife of Mr. Denis Hennessy, ngod thirty-one years. OBEINSOJ,".-On the 21st inst., at Bay-street, Pandridge, Lilian Margaret, tbo beloved infant daughter of Thomas and Snrali Jessio Obbiuson, aged six months.

Publication Title: Record
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QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

QUEENSCLIFF. Somo como to partake of tho wators, l'ho sensible old fashioned elvos. And somo to dispose of tlicir daughters) And somo to dispose of themselves. Somo como to squander their treasure, And Bomo thoir funds to improve, And somo from moro lovo of plcosuro, And somo for tho pleasuvo of lovo. Somo como to BOO what is old, And somo to learn what is now, But most, it is plain to bo told, Como hero became other folks do! QttooiMeliff.

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

EJIELTALD HILIJ : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870.. , THE ELECTIONS; . V MOST of our readers will be familiar with a splendid plate known as " The " Dying Camel," in which1 the poor animal is represented as having, iallen exhausted in the desert,;aud ?,with a final effort raises his dying head only to see through its fast glazing eyeballs' the birds of .prey, the vultures; swoop ing around in lessening, circles im patiently waiting for the wretched brute, to eeasc to move.: The scenc tells. its own story^. most graphically; and one can almost fancy one hears, the ominous -scream- of the foul birds : as they, call: up others, to ^the (anticipated feast uponjwhich theyso.soou expect to batten. ..Substituting Vicl'ona-^with its moribund -Legislative Assembly-for" the camel, what a practical illustration of the picture we have. Within a month or two it-will cease, to be, and already are the political vultures gathering, and whetting their beaks and /'talons; andm- imagination carry ing off ...

Publication Title: Record
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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE THUNDER CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE THUNDER CLOTO. A mist in the morning tho fields overlaying, . ,;., Forbodes that tho day will bo sultry and.warm, Tlio wind still and hushed scarco a stray leaf, ia !.? swaying, . j,, .. And insect life oloso to tho riyulots swarm. .,.;j ? ' ' * . Ijl/S The cattlo in groups stand unaottled togothor,..ii Tho ploughman his stops t'wards his domicile .wends, ;i Tho smoko rises slowly-a change in tho weather, A fall in tho mercury shortly portends. By noon tho horizon collecting tho vapours . Appeal's to bo with electricity chargod; The lightning in fauay shapes, cutting its capers, Tho clouds getting donsor, moro gloomy, en larged. ' 'Ere long in tho distanco tho rumbling of thunder, Witli deep earnest tones makes its majesty known; .. "ut And flashes moro vivid tho sky rond asunder, Tho hcavons in wild agitation are thrown. . ' Tho peals now aro constant, tho rain falls unceas ing. j And naturo would seem quito conrulsed for. a timo, ' Tho struggle abovo yot conti...

Publication Title: Record
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THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

y v>.:: THE PRESS. #B: admit that in writing for the gen^ ei'al public wo can hardly expect our remarks to meet the eyes of a large number of those for whom they: are more, especially intended-but if ,they should . attract* the attention pf\ibut never'sofcw of those gentlemen our end will have been attained, to say nothing of the possible incentive effect they may have generally, in the direction'of co-operation and social cohesion, the very basis of strength being its nnity. ,. The press generally is supposed to represent the intelligence of the com munity in a very fair measure-a naturr ally genial disposition, large associa tions and circumstances, lead many user ful members of the fourth estate to com paritiye ruin-still as a body they are respectable, and to some extent pro .yidentjbut although continuallypreachr ing the. benefits of cohesion, the prac tice is the last thing they think of, and, unlike,any other body of men engaged in, a, profession or calling, they have real...

Publication Title: Record
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