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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

Building' Societies. VICTORIAN PERMANENT PKOPEErr INTJSSTMENT, AND BUILDING- SOCIETY. (Instituted August, 1805.) I JUegistereditnderthe Friendly Societies Slalule 18G5 '""46 Collins Street East, Melbourne. Shaves, £25 each ; Entrance Pee, Is. per sli are Fortnightly Subscriptions,Is. per Investing sli ore i 6s., 4 s. 6cl., 3s. 8d., 3s. 3d., and 2s, lid. . per Borrowed share. This society is the largest, most prosperous, and most equitable Building Society in the South ern Hemisphere. The shares exceed 40,000 in i number, and they represont in value upwards of | ONE MILLION POUNDS STEELING (£1,000,000). Vbe Advances to Borrowing Members , On Freetaold Securities exceed £200,000, Ko Premium charged to Borrowers. Wo, Bidding for Advances. Eigbtpercent.per annum guaranteed to Investors. tThe' surplus profits divided every five years. .., First division of profits in 1870; To Depositors. Sums of Money received on Deposit Receipt on the following terms:-Repayable at 3 months' notice, 5 pe...

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

Window Blind Manufacturers. "Established 1820. . .. J. w. MITClIENEll & 'CO., From Dcan-stroet, Soho, London. ; V ENBTl A. 1ST . and cvei7 description of WHTPPW BLINDS, Ornamental Wire- Worlccrs, 118 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. Tlio only practical Blind Makers on tlio Hill. Old Blinds rc-paintcd, taped, So. Orders by poet puuc . tually attended to. All work guaranteed . . ' [A CAJTO.l MB. T. EWABT, Toaolier of the Pianoforte ana Singing, 1G2 CLARENDON STREET. Private entranco t-'Little Park-street. - / 3VCR. MAOHAN, Teaobor of tho Piano, Harmonium, ana Organ. Pupils attended at their own rcsklonces, rrivn,tc auna rille Class every Thursday evening, flora 8 to 11 p.ni, -Rcforence required. * * T i ADDRESS-16 BEACH STREET, SATs DRIDG-E. . 2TAP0LE0NXIL HOTEL 51 PARK STREET WEST, j '?' EMEIIAID IIILI. .... . j 1james TROTTER Hogs to'inform liia friends and tl.e public I'l^jTilmt opened a new house under tlio old njimo, and tr^sts tlint by keepirip the best or Ales, Wines, Spiri...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Finlay, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT, : : (Before Messrs. Nimmo and ~Finlay7 . J.P-S.) Sunday . Trading.-3?eter Vitou.was .fined'108. with £s. 6d. costs; for suf ' fering. liquor to be drunk on his licensed premises on Sunday. T?hos.' Fergusonj selling liquor on Sunday,, was fined 60s. and 5s. costs. G.; Aird selling liquor on Sunday, fined 60s. and 5s. costs. Wm. Kennedy, selling liquor on Sunday, fined 60s. ;an'd" -5s. costs. Abusive ? Language.-William Blair was charged with using abusive and threatening language to ; Constable Long ; fined 40s. and 7s. 6d. costs. ?Goats.- Michael Douglas was fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs for allowing his goat to wander (in the public streets. 'Several-small debts cases , and two charges of drunkenness .;was7;thb . re mainder-of-the business disposed of. -

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 December 1870

EMERALD IIILL BOROUGH C; 'COUNCIL: MONDAY, DECEMBHII 19JR1870.r -. ' - : r;' 5 . :. Ci"i !.;"}? * £ itti S'O PresentThe .May.or.(Jnp.'iNimmo,: : Esq.,) and Crs. Power, -Page, jSturt, Hoffman, Boy, :Thistletli>y.aiieJ> and! .[Sandilands. . . ' '. '> . ? The -minutes' . of; 1 last meeting- . were. read and' confirmed2; .-'-r ' ' " IW ? ' ' CqitRESPONOTNCB.,1-, ; :; ?The Town Clerk-readftlierfollowing; letters : _r-; .?. ;; ,'! From the Crown Lands;Office3point ing1' out" .revocation -'in,,.Government: Gdsetle '' of': proclamation; of - garden; reserve' at Cardigan-place.'1 ' " ' . " 'From ^the5'same, stating that the slip of'land' on- Block 13,. applied for for i public road was set; apart for Pres-. by terian Chiirclv -purposes; on 11th' or June,'1853. ] [' From' the Footscray Council,; decljn-J jiig to ;co-bperate' in the matter of-'tak ing1 counsel's1 .'opinion* ori. the - noxibtis trades' 'site'questibni -'-This1 matter Svas; dealt with under the 4th order.of the .';lirom...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 28, 1870. (Before the Mayor, (J. Nimmo, Esq.,) and Mr. J. Finlay, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

?r EMEB'ALB ShILL .POMok .J.'B x:: ii'n: i \ COURT-A ,noijilmoj . AV"isDN,ESDAT^.j DE'okarii'BB,' f:8$j11!870? Jid ;; ,u<l » hi i:>;- ff'; vuth ..(Before; the, Mayor, (J/NimmOj.Esq..,) - v m; .>. an.cljMiv J",.Finlay, J.J?,,) , .5; - ' Caution'.; ifr.-.v Prdyin«m\~rTh.oxa&s -Williams was- fined 2s.; - and-: John Duncan, os. vwifch ? 8s. ; 6d. costs,;for having no numbers on their drays, i Alleged Assault.-Mrs. Alfred .was ordered to find onq surety in' £10 to keep the peace towards W. G. Bloom ifield for the-next six months., . ; i >? Drunk and ^Disorderly.-Susan vMurphy, James .. Laidlaw, Frederick 'Wild, Thomas Neithfield, Patrick ?Fitzpatrick, and two prostitutes,named Kachael Davidson ,ahd Mary Da.Uon, were charged with, the above ,offence land fined in sums varying from 2s. 6d. -tO 13S. . > !:?>. ' hf Breaking , Windows.-Three ;lads -named Stephen Booth, Richard Hart hell, and William Durning, fqr wilfully : breaking i windows in an empty house...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1876. SPEECH-DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

. 'i EMERALD.1 HILL: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20,' 1876'.'.. SPEECH-DAYS. IT is always, with,a certain degree of respectful diference that we' offer any comment on that subject,.of vital im portance to the Yictoriaa' nation^ . the education of our .youth and; the method of .administration.- ,'We have felt' it our , duty from. time:, to time to offer some rcomment upon .this subject in which,we .allude.d, t6,what.we belieyed would be productive of a; superficial sharpness,. instead o:f a well grounded radical .teaching.;'. Partly from a. desire to do,, eyenhand'ed tjustice '.to.''all,'ana partly to enable, us to form a judgment on the. general proficiency of the ris ing generation, we lia veiatterided several of these speechrdays, and \vc may state that we see no Reason, to alter our pre viously entertained opinions, but are rathei. confirmed in 'tli'eih',, .«&;,' that the system of . examination,''and ;the; practice, of, public sppech-days,' is -KoI-; low,, deceptive, .and- likely...

Publication Title: Record
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BALLARAT. SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

? BiiiiilRS'r) SECOND INNINGS. fc%gi£b^<&an.^m,".in'-r9£ Y"l:>^ Caially J'b'Conway ''... 3; '-28' ?:'7f.'CoJ«tiokyciMeGaTr,,'b O6boru'o,'i.'; oiiM-fi'lg 3T0tT. \Y..jGagg inj.p and b Osboruo^,, /\g<f .-<j _,f Cifty,_b Osbprno ... fi, Via "? SWqeiioy, c&nntang,'!}'Co'iifa.^flP" -I:ii4luisb','b'Con-way.«\jfJ irAv.vt ailt ^T?i,'bwai,'P>;'3- Osborne ...r.rfj;>9 wRjorf Sanderaon, c Rnntini*, b Oaborno, 2 r, Bft7' b'Conway/.,;^, V.? yo /Sfcatria; tibt'but!iu&oC cu(t ^cf Oiovr »tft 1c ?yo8,'.6; lpgfbycs,? yCX-'lo oA8>a b osyqIK !/rib!h:fl. sdi 1o aiffifilq | -Most ^s^s!ikm3^d!i oio" I ;ClBy,'fl.d6-balls for 39 runs,i5'wickbu; ff maidens, ,1-; ,widj!.)v .-Second inninga-Cosstick bowled 100: J>alla,for 28 runs, 4:i)in"icleus,'G wickets Gaggin,; l2 tails for 9' runs,' 1 wide;' Clay, 42' balls'for '20 J runs,' 2 -Maidens; 1 . wicket ;; 'Figgis (slW),; 32; jb*lls for'20|runs, 2 wickets.; ... ,,f®sllarat.-First r innings-M'Ga...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRUNKENNESS AND INTOXICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

DRUNKENNESS AND INTOXtt - .CATION. ^ WE are always pleased to find, our views in any matter-in which the iiir terest of the community is concerned ?-shared with us, or endorsed;by,-the opinion, of good and practical meni; such a: man we take him, is theiAnglican Bishop of. Melbourne, and >we are pleased to find that he has for a time withdrawn himself:from the considera tion of - religious k orthodoxy, .church ,discipline, and ritualistic offenceiiiarid given himself over to essays on our social irregularities, arid which from the temperate, and ifamiliar; style1 in which they!are writtenshouldberread by all. ' His lordship, with a sfine dia lectic discretion makes a distinctioiibe tween "drunkenness'/ arid '/-.intoxi " cation," and' avers that ibis .the lat ter which is; more . especially what,we labor, under. An able writer has,; truth fully said : " Seldom, if ever, do we se:e idrunkenness. .: That unconscious ble .'Ovation; that spontaneous gaiete du " cceur, that quickening ...

Publication Title: Record
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

CRICKET! " ~ SOUTH MELBOURNE , v. BALL^KAT. -We take ; the following ] Vyery graphic and (coming from the enemy's canip) generous report of the'above match from .the Star.--A., match,-, be tween the Ballarat and - South'Mel bourne Clubs w&s played ori[ the Eastern Oval on Boxing-day, and, was won by the South Melbourne team by a score of 158 to 105. ; Some of the players of the Ballarat First Eleven were absent, and the team was there fore not the strongest the. club can furnish. A , similar statement ! .w;as madeon behalf of the South Melbourne Eleven. The game was played ouft on this occasion, and that is so.nire'.'a fact that it ought to be noticed. Play was begun about eleven o'clock, and the four innings were over by six J the victory being gained by a conclusive surplus of runs on the visitors' sidie. The South Melbourne Eleven went in first and made 74, while the local Eleven were, all got out for. 32, a re sult due mainly , to some awkward left-handed slow bowling by...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. OLIVER MASON. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

QLIYER. MASON. THE. fishing hainlet Verdohville, as it might be termed,is "asking for more !" not. 'satisfied with being ' the strong hold of Government patronage in the railway workshops, pilot establishment, 'gravirig^dticks, and every other "job " that, can be " put in its way.'' Mi\ MASON, M.L.A., has the effrontery to ask' the Government" whether during ";the recess an estimate will be made " of thd. probable cost of forming a '' ;breakwat«r from the batteries at " Williamstown to the lightship /off ^'Gellibrand's Point?"' We shall .'nbt : venture any opinion in an en 'giri^ering sense on the proposition, w.hich,,we must admit, is a bold'one-. riot' as regards the work itself, but in th'e 'utter ignoring of Sandridge,' a Jilace of large business, but which, save ' an erection of the! craziest-the 'Town. Pier-does not 'boast of one piece' of Government patronage, nor: 'has 'it an atom of shelter of any kind "for shipping or boats. We believe 'Mr.' MASON, in asking his question, ...

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A Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

r, ieol ciVir Jl«{ silft "IO " ilwc.r. » a , v.V.; -i.y.hiV: :. < .?.'i. .Miss: Raebubn was . sitting alone., in the' very handsome ?"drawing-room-' of lieriVxery handscmie , h'duse in,,' Blyths, jyijoo.ci-sq_uarg. .It was dark,/ andthe, fire-light danced on ber black velvet ?dress-she almost always wore ,'black:: 'ill-natured people said, because it made i .lier.'ippk' so," interesting." But ipese /remarks.were always made behind;her %ack ; arid people Well knew she would; not have 'cared one straw, rior altered either her mind or costume one whit, even had she heard them. She had that self-possessed dignity which is indifferent to public opinion, especially on trivial arid personal matters', where .indeed .public opinior^ has no right to interfere at all. She went on her way 'calmly : accustomed from her teens to be sole mistress;of;her.uncle's house, where she ha,d, now quietly become independent. V. mistress .'lot ;lier, .own. -Young as 'sheiwas, shei/had settled at o...

Publication Title: Record
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

?A^H^PPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.1 THE compliments of the: season to you ~is now the common-place, and almost Universal salutation, and in all sincerity We''offer it to our readers. One of our 'contemporaries informs us that the ? conjunction of Xntas day and Sun-j day has been esteemed eminently pro-: . pitioiis' and generally followed by all sorts of good luck and general pros 'p'erity j we, however, are not suffi -cieritly oracular to give an authorita tive endorsement of the viewexpressed. 'Wc,:'however, trust that it may be so, notwithstanding, and that not only may 'national' or ? colonial'! peace and pros-: perityi!b6 secured tons, but that the; present continental disturbances, which cann'of but impress us with a sense of apprehension and uneasiness beyond mere sympathy and 'philanthropy, will soon be jat an end, by the declaration of ,a peace on grounds honorable to all parties interested. . " For ourselves locally we shall enter "'upon" :the:new year with a determina 'tion: to ^ri...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

Sn,'fnTHE' ENGLISH ;HlAIL.t 31") 70 . !i(i -o , ?? ? :?? n-jnnnrl-J:.:! tUiw ' ;:!7l--rt.-T~r;-V>' "id V fi'.'O.i o;J',v J 'THE'icontinuanbe of .the;..war j.ori^the j ^continent, and the consequent! .inter- j Tupti'ori'of our Marseilles postalconi «miiiication has s:; necessitated jc-..the j radopti'oib of the 'Brindisi route,-in'rlieu 'of ifche J/Frcnch... portj !sandr ,.\y1hethev' JMhxseilles will; upon peace heingji-e,-1 fetorediLbc.again made the .entreput.fbr .our.'mails ^questionable.;: [ljhe.publicj fchouidibe? aware, iu':.ordo'K;to psey&ntj .inconveniencc . and ' disappointment,1 ?thai; the; postage by this route-jL5-.ls.7l,d.l instead* of ;10d.,_' and ,thisi:,'mj.^t arbjv! .frarily.!be paid:in advancejDr)thetletter I .will ibe idelayed.h; The (following-. is,;the j plan! for the ' I?; ? i and _Q i. bo ats [ j during j "l'871i:r--.i ':r.- io jr.ill oi ?[u ipo:{ | 9 EUROPEAN MATES.-ARRI^AES AND DEPARTURES. c -From -Melbourne. - ^Arriyes,, _ Melbourne, J> =5 T^a^...

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SPIRITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

V.-:SPIRITUALISM: ''v:;] | A correspondent writes '?-!" Planchette; is becoming quite the rage in several localities, but it is to bo feared in many instances, ignorantly so. People rush into it indiscriminately from the mere novelty of tlie tiling, or from excitement or some similar reason, but without the spirit or intelligence proper to such in vestigations. All sorts of wild and foolish questions aro asked in a spirit of levity and curiosity, or in some instances, perhaps, from a latent scepticism; and it is no wonder that incongruous answers :are sometimes returned. If there is anything in spiritualism, and there is pro bably a substratum of truth, or mayhap the first indications of a new force con tained therein, it requires a careful study and calm deliberation. It is' now quite common on meeting an acquaintance in - stead of the usual enquiries about the weather,<&c., to have some question asked or information given about recent com munications. I use this...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

? A-N'D R ID G E,, i iB' O R O JJGIl o v^;i;r:;r 'GOXfNGILri v^ ... ;l:i >i ©ECEMBEU-??20Y-1187P.':,IL'1 i-» . if", -u-j'i.i'i ?>; l v.\ If K';'l plij Pr.esent :^!rhe, i/, Mayor t (Dr., ! ,C,\irtis)y o i jO o,uneillor;s joy ceP oolraan,,, or , tiley* kMaya festal],; ; Plummet,; (ajj,d. J..;Svyfallo^ -/fa r: ^ijI i.ijfij hi ?ft <g}he nimufes' of< last' saeetingn'wiefe rea'd'and corifirined: w.i »'.>.->[:> '-'iJl<> y ;>l 'to Sift : ?if/fhe'Towii Glerkrread theoi'ollowirig letters:--,"1,. o; o! iErom' the voffi.ce >of Lands and- Suy,i v.eyv'ist'ating that . the f, removing o;f sand'from' the Bend had been, consider ed by: the; Board: of Land and TV^orks, a'n'd that .steps. had been taken to ,pre; vent same,- except under such restric tibnsi and directions ;as will ^preclude interference with the natural-level,of the'.ground, ; ; ,: also stating that Messrs; Glaister 'and;Garr,: have permission ;to tak'c;sand/ for: the purpose of ...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

Births,Marriages,andZ>eatlis. ' [Noticcs, of Blrttis, Mai-ringes, and Deaths' arc' inserted frer OP charge* arid communication of'sucli eVcnu arc respectfullysolicited.] , BiHTit. , ' EvijjLK.-On the 23rd hist., at Emerald Hi11, M^s. James E?)He of a.daughter, . r ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

fctof Emerald Hill. ?< NOXIGE.'-^Tho COLLECTOR : attends [at bis: ofBco, Borough Council CLiambew, EVERY. MORNING,.from 9.to 11, to roccivo. payments _ --an o i Lout:.." .'.^iLLiM'Toi'E/''1 10<l lyuw i:C ; -|): . - .. .. ' " . ;;(! f? .I; Rate Collector.' Bmbrali Hill.. 'j, IT is' 'hereby1 notified in terms of j'tho'Borougli ?J Statute tliafc a plan showing tlio pei.imnent . lerelSj .proposed for,, adoption :'n Market-street betweori Ccb'Vstrcet and the SantHdge-road, is iiowlyihg'on the table of the Comic1''. Chamber for the inspection of parties'u^ crested iu property, abutting on or ndjacont thereto, and that Buch plan'will be "jorisidered: and . ordered upon at al meeting 'of the Borough Counc'l, to bo held on Monday, the 30th day of Jr.nunry, pros., at half past Seven o'clock p.m., A1'. persona owning or I interested in property abutting on'or. adjacent to ? laidjjtrset,: pre hereby requested and called upon to_ inspect the said plan and to give notice in ...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BANK STREET SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 December 1870

ANNUAL REPORT OF, THE BANK STREET SCHOOL.     " DURING' the past year Bank-street; School has -maintained its high posi tion amongst the schools of the colony.; It is most gratifying to report that the confidence of the public is still in creasing. "Nothing attests this so well as the statistics of attendance During the twelve months the names of 970 pupils have been entered on the class- rolls. In January we commenced with an average daily attendance of 501. Thc highest monthly, average in the first quarter was 597; in the second it increased to 633, in the third to 656, in the fourth to 696. Our large and commodious school-rooms give us ample accommodation, and we are thus enabled to classify and organize the school in the most perfect manner."   "The progress of the pupils has been most satisfactory, and the "results" gained at the late examination of the school by the District Inspector have surpassed all our former achievements.; 730 child...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 January 1871

Miscellaneous. r ; 'W'HO'S YOtTE, HATTER ? MORGAN, I ,C LA BEN DON STREET,! Smcrald H1U. i hafl.tho ]ar^cst .sicck .of Workiriftmen's Hats, and the cheapest in the colony. Established 1856. jf[*T/j'Worgan> us. Best Black: Satin Hat. V. ALMAO, , 'Fr.ench: 8f ?ItaluinllatManufaciurcr. 34 BOURKE STEEET EAST, ,r «r. - ; ?*KD . ' ot ;62 Little Collins Stroot East, . - . ,,..aiEMoraiKB ' Erery description of I-Ints made to order. lints cleaned; ijaltcred, and re-shaped in the latest styles. .t'-'l ' - NOTICE of REMOVAL ' wr |V7 A TH EWS, """ | -First-class Pianoforte Maker & Tuner, 227' CLARENDON STREET SOUTH, j t'IOY'57 i' ?' r" Bmbbai® hili, 1 ' ; Pianofortes tuned in six hours after receipt of the orderj 1 Letters attended to punctually. I , T tone Cottago Piano for. sale cheap. ! " ;T. 'W"..:S3Vi:iTK, .... J LElTIIKIt SJEliliER j '1 83 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, ^SaCJCfcy^^Oyd-Botiil. 'v v"' Stout Crop, Is. JJDv'lbvy 'tloi'Kip, Is. 9d.; iighli .aeav/'.T2-K>:r.d?/. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 January 1871

A FEW HINTS The advantages to local advertisers .must,bej"apparent, as it,is the recog 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 - fitc gtccovd ' is set out in a readable and perspicuous form, likely to attract attention instead :of; being, jumbled up in smallesti 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 'which must be based on its merits al6ne. Extract from the Printer's Register, London, September Gth, 1869 War. MABSHAI,T,, '.'BECOKD,' EM'BJUXD HILL, ' VicroniA.-* # * # Your littlo paper does you credit. Wo tnko it to bo the cheapest weekly -journal, for its size, in Victoria." . . ':i We, in conclusion, most respect £ully submit our suggestions' to ? the notice of our advertising fr...

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