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EMERALD HILLL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, November 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

.EMEEATVD ITTTL "BOTiOUGJI COUINCIL Monday] November 2,'18GS. -t'u'">?> ; Pi'osoiil riUlibtMiiymvCAyvi'liistli^lnvtiitOjEpq.),; '.Tiid<> Gouiicilloi'si'Kiiiinio; Koy,1 Stents, Ireland, Ward and " .'''''Minutes'bf^hoIpi'C^^ousnVcetiugjwcre'rendnnd Ini'i >fiv Absentees.'j r '?, 1'oivii'Olorlf s'tiilc'n' tliiifcj'iviis unnblo to al.l.ond;tlioiincoling\iii consequence of being'1 seriously, imlisjosod.--'.Civ .Sandilniids; had gono tip the coAnt^on'^j&jg'.'1'''' "1W!" L! ,! ": /^;l\^'onHEsro2^:E^*on.'r'yi ? ""TIie foIlow'inK'lottcrs were read be llio To iru' .?&&&** a acTAT^a: cwfl. <i~ks>.x .stEnos-i j ':"*Frbm' William ' Daish,' inquiring'if it f«ras;lh6; Intcmtio'ti^.oC. $<>1 i the present' lewis olS.Ceeil-strect.or Grant-street,1 .lis"' lid 'iritciided' shortly "to*"' eomni'cHce':ibiiilding upon liis_bindj;at5^1io^^me^gfj-!thbso''sl'reets. ,-Considerable discussion-) ensued ,.upon . thu-qoii-'; ^derati...

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

. OTJKSELY.ES. :. : ? . .1 ! ? f. .".I t;" J' ' i .Tim liiccoiu) 1ms wc may now say accom plished its iii'st quarter's oxistouco," and wo (rust nob unaccompanied by bcuplicihl results to the community generally. We luivo as;far as; possible advocated; any and such reforms as werq; fpr the general benelilj; A\re'havc avoided personality or xiimuecssary intorfM'oncewitli individuals, and if, in , the- eour^ bt] .wliat \yo ,Juiyo deemed our Joiirnalist:ic/|lu,liy| wo liavo troddoii oil the too'1 sensitive corns of any person, we ask' condonation on the argu ment, that "noigroat good canlje oil'eetod without small ? ineonvcnioncc . to?; some one,",and let tliein .lay. it as ,11 llatteriiig "liii'ctioii to' thqir souls~, 5tliair'th%8fiftS'*o magnanimously sullerbd" lor tho general good: ilie martyrs ? however luivo been but few, and it .is'.to bo hoped'that .no yfurffier Bacrili^cs|ivill bo^eccsaaiy. I ®^Hpj\YOver, coining bacl|.to ourselves mow$t the end qjjour %stjquarter. Jray jwc|jt)...

Publication Title: Record
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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

>.<(,.»( n$aWrfBKtiCB3.SEA/) f:i ,'s (Tains.,in particular stay for lio'lnair/iiot'c^cri your'cdrrespnclont, and ' slaiul for.no, repairs,' so,l was:lefb, lamanting as was'''L6rd "CTliiiij' il' poetic' liisi oi-y is to to depend ed upon ; however my news as a rule, or perhaps as an exception, would be more appropriate, is not "liew, "hut thanks'to a 'kind providence, my lucubrations arc like colon iallv preserved meats, they will keep'; ,io'that'no great harm is done. .. Jdjpufc.the Regatta,-1 .begin (to ,'usela- (scho'ol 'iioy* (Merchant .'.Tailor) term) ," to funk." The winner of one of tlie prizes at the last little .aquatic, doing iWe had.'who carried,'off a pretty little, piece of iplato; i'-whichi.to .'my knowledge lie looks,upon- asiono of'tbcXares or I'enates of'his .hearth.,(or sido-(table.)?.I*ooffencc'Councillor Johnson J" ris about.as inert in the matter as can be conceived, others -'.who have boats, arc"in' a similar frame of mind, and no one .seeins to be...

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

j1" '../-Ir".Locai. 1IntoWgeaoo;rf^i^ir | " Wc'i'ire to have a. highly amusing riiicl inslriieiiro ?f treat-on '.ICniemlcl-'Hill,! next i'l'u'iKiliiylevciiiiii', jn 1 the Presbyterian .Churoh, Glurenrtoii-strcol" in behalf of the 'Sabbath Schools, when.MrMolrin will exhibit liis.splondid dioramasof the 1'ilgrini'j Progress, and tho vo.vnge nnd fate of Sir Jolm l<ranklin; logcthor;tvifch (ii ^rics iof iniacellancous dissolving views. .s/tfVZ'nyaoi'c-D. vLtuiXf, -pes jtassfoijflr 1 On.^yodncsdii^nsji ^crivuct ninUjlijvas.plareil by Uio',,FrStcii:5fiitlCS^iiii;i?iigb niut"tbclSouili lid bounjqf Grammar, ,Sehoolj( resulting in a. victolj for (ho latter by IS runs,,the..scores being-Or. plumage, 50 ; GriiinVn:iriiii)s,' 77. For the wiiwstj F. Harrison,scored 30, and the bowling of llcnrj and Harrison was' Yory good. '' '"'J' '" -»-01iVvorido*ii-'sfi'ccffrlpufchhiU*pi-es'cntnd durmgt'fc last few days alivelier.rappearaneo than formcrir, owing to 'ourHowiismmirMv 'CoolfJ'pawnbro...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 31, 1868. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo and Finlay) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

. EILTSHALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, October ;il, 18G3. (Before Messrs. Martin, Is immo and !FiuIny) Chinese Thief.-Chung Wan was charged with stealing a iiviimtity of spouting. , Constable Owens stilled, on Friday lie wutchcd the prisoner who wus searching amongst tho debris of-the Into fire at tlio Mechanics'Hotel, Cecil-street, and saw him put the sponting into his baskets, and was in the act of walking oil'with it when witness in-rested him;. Mr. Curric, the agent Cur the pro perty, had not given the-'.prisoner,permission to remove the spouting. The prisoner, in dei'onee, stated that a little girl told him lie could: huvo the spouting. lie was sent to gaol for fourteen days, with hard labor. . Civil List.-Police v. Davey, no light on ob struction. Fined Us. Od., with 2s. Od.1 costs. P. Findlcy v. Orcorge Black, work and: labor, £G ? 10s.; verdict for tho aniount,With 21s. costs. Supro v Schofield, rent, 15s.; verdict for a?nount, with costs.-Mciuley v. Ornio, goods 6old, £l ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thirsday, October, 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

SAXJMIBCIJO BOROUGH COUSUU,: Present:-The Kayor (AV. Morlcy, lisq.), i"J tlio chair, and Councillors May, Croekford, John-j jn (Jurtis.'l'oolman, d\.ollyiuml,'Ihonm3. | .,i| I; . j i'l'lie ^niiiutcs,. ofi lust . meeting-woro ,.1-cad,Oj»d confirmed. , V!i >>. . " I'"101-"'1'1 'Tito'"/olloivlilg'letters were' road .bylho,2'dirhj| iOlei'k.jrn;.. .'.lrint'itl. no .flXUK»;i4J* ;.nli. '16.' <. ' ..From, tljPijTpwn. Clerk;.Melbourne, asking; Jgrj 'pnynicnFof aiiVouut'cluc oii 'Giibricllt' loan.-I?e-l fferred t'o tiie'iiuancei connmttcoJon: the motion! ofj ! Tram tlie bqrougli vnliMloKiI.stit(-ing)tlinfcthey Iliad 'finished1 'ttie "fhluation,-toi/llio rntcnble'l'iJH»-; tpcrty in the, Ixirqiigli,, lyhiqh ^mounted, in Ilia «g-| [gregato "toi ;G3<ljp23.'- On liio motion "of Or. I'Xlionins1,'seconded byiCr. I'oolinniv,;tlic '.valuation1 ^va? adopted.,.,,. _ f From the_Borough Inspector slating that lic'j Bind received 'notice'of' f-hViiYtciifton '6*1* tlie Coii'ii-; ...

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

[Borou£$i" "n Ot^ormramin*.,nl noo»,WhontJ.o^)m^ «L,w. vi-.v cntlin" 30l=l> 'September,'l^PSi firoiation. Printed abstracts of jJfe accounts arc 1'MjW. and «mT>6 inspecfel by al person, ^leOb^ application to the lown Cteik-. 11 JAMES EVUXE, . .. j ? Town Cievk. 3rd Xofemter,'1808. Borough -Of:-SiBiosal& Sill. mENDEBS for LEASING- flic BOBOTTGII, 1 'ABATTOIRS for a period of-1-J °» - torn 1st December next, will bo receded num. 7-30 p.m., on Monday, lOtli mrt., m Willi conditions to be seen at- the Council ofi.cu. The <u«-cssful tenderer will be required to take I at a rotation Uie fewldviigs cycct«ft lessee, in terms of the conditions, of Ins tea=c. - . JAMES EVJLL1C, Town Clerk. ; Borough Council Chambers, , > 3rd Jvovombcr, 1S68. . . Botougji of Si'acs&l^. Hill. -^TOTTCB IS HEREBY G-IVTSN that'atan W Ordinarv Meeting of the Council of the Borou"h to 'held on Monday, lfith pros.,The Council will confirm cer am rc^lnlo s Lsed ou Monday, 19th day o...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

Business Addresses, &.c. Designs, Plans,. and Specifications of Spellings and Public Buildings Prepared, and their erection superintended, by J. E. BUTLER, Aeoiqtix't, ?' 11' (Of mimy yctirs English cxpcricncc) qffiee-:~Messrs. Kafkan Durham, Clarendon ' Street, Emerald Hill. J.: COLCLOUGH & CO~ ?Wholesale and Family Grocers,. Wino, Spirit, and Produco Merchants,. 165 & 167 CLARENDON STREET, E.MEHALD IlILL. . All orders pnnctimUy attended to. . NOTICE OF REMOVAL. ; R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, &c., ; (Lute of H- Clarenrtou-slrcet) bejrs to acquaint liis friends nm1 , the inhabitants of JSmrrald Uillaml its vicinity that he, has. REMOVED TO No. 87, OPPOSITE, (Next to Mr. Woodl'm's), where lie hopes by attention and economy, to merit n share of public patronage. Has on hive ' Ilcarsc and Mourning Coaches, and every luneral requisite. THOMAS DCWNIE, . 1'AiVCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER,' 191 CXiAKENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. Bread delivered in all parts of...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1868. POISON AT THE TAP! [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 November 1868

'TifUSSDJ-Y; OCTOBint '29rt:; iSGS: POISON AT THE-IMP' Poii soinc lew days tho nliove rather startling announcement has*' been given to Melbourne, in,large sized posters,; and has started the quid-hunc wondering ' whai'Vtho/matter ?' and wo are inclined to' believe it lias sot many persons cogita ting, the "genial" to consider how far it appealed to them, and the abstainer, to, ask himself, whether it could .'.mean/ that ho was daily " putting a thief into , his mouth to steal away his health.'' The poster and some information wliich we obtained have set -us also thinking, and without in anywise attempting to arro gate to ourselfthc function'of the Health Oiliccr, it may be of service, to offer a few. reinarks about our water supply and its probable effect on the health of the con sumers. A. short, time since, we com mented on the quantity of the water sup plied to us on the Hill-and on the pre sent occasion wc would discj-issy ts qua lity, and we may say, that it is a question' of ...

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

^Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS.             LEAKE.--On the 2nd inst., at No. 2 Raglan- place, Emerald Hill, Isabella, wife of Thomas H. Leake of a son. SEFTON.-On the 3rd inst., at Brunswick Pier Hotel, Bay-street, Sandridge, the wife of George     Sefton of a daughter.               DEATHS.       WOODS,-On the 30th ult., of malignant scar- latina, Elizabeth, the only daughter of P. A. Woods, modeller, Coventry-street, Emerald Hill, aged three years and eight months.       WOOLLEY.-On the 31ss October, at No. 214 Moray-street, Emerald Hill, Walter Edwin,   youngest son of Alfred Woolley, aged one year and six months.

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

IMPORTANT" TOADVERTISERS; The proprietor of the !RECOHD lias de termined in order to further increase the efficiency of the paper as an advertising medium, to'make a gratuitous distribu tion of the RE OOTID on board ATJTJ the fillips lying alongside the Saudridgo piers, and that'a suflicint number shall, be put on board, that it may be read TOUE AXD ill, The. advantage afforded to adver tisers by this must be apparent, as a large number of persons, who have money to spend, and consequently are the very persons into whose, hands advertisements should come; never see a newspaper, but by the proposed extension of distribution will bo informed whore they should spend, their time or money when on shore, The average number of ships lying at the piers will bo about 30, and allowing 15 men for each, 450 persons with more or less money , to spend, will be invited to the stores or places of entertainment of the various advertisers. The proprietor undertakes this duty with its concomitant expe...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Poetry. UNDER THE LIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

Original Poetry. UNDER THE I/IMES. iSlic sat beneath the linden boughs : 'i'lio inurauiv of multitudinous bees Was heard about. ? She said, " a bee is in my hail', And stings are (hints I cannot boar . Oil, toko it out!" Tjimc blossoms in the summer tide j " To boos tiro sweeter," I ropliedj " Than you can bo." "A mere winged insect cannot tnste Entangling hair-bewildering waist, AVhieh madden me." 3fo bee was caught in that sweet hair, Aiul, lis to acupuncture, there Was 110 such thing. This only do I know, sometimes Lore roamed beneath the blossoming lime And love can sting.

Publication Title: Record
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 — 12 November 1868

== -=r= = gg Melbourne and Hokson's Bay Railway, m ami!) TABLE. . ST. KIXDA 1-011 MJ3L110U11XE. 7.40, 8.0®, S.20* 8.40*, 0.0*, 0.20*, 0.40s, 10.0', 10.15, 10.45, 11.15*, 11.45 a.m. 12.15*, 1HS, I.15, 1.45*, 3.15*, 2.45, 0.15*, 3.45, 4.0, 4.2ft 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, G.0, (5.15, 6.45, 7.15*, 7.45, 8.15, S.45, 0.45, 10.45 p.m. ... EMEltALD ltlliTi roll MELUOUJ1NJS. 7.45, 8.5, S.25, 8.45, 0.5, 0.20, 0.45, 10.5; IftSft 10.50,11.20, 11.50 a.m. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.50. 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3.50, 4.5, 4.25, . ,1.4-5,. 5.5, 6.& 5.45, 0.5,0.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.3ft 10.50 p.Jii. . . - : MlililiOUIlKE l'Olt EltWUH) 31IL1. 8.0# 8.20, 8.40, 0.0, 0.20, 0.40*, 10.0,10.30, UA II.30,12.0 lull. 12.30, 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, 4.0* 4.20* 4.40®, RO*, 5.20*, 5.40», G.0, 6.15*,'0.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, ' 8.30, 0.30*,. 10.30', n.40* ]).u.. : " u EMEltAJVD 111LT, l'pll ST. KIMU. i 8.4, 8.21, 8.44, 9.4, 0.34, 9.41-, 10.1, 10.31, 1U, 11.34 a.m. 12.4, 12.34, 1.4, 1.31, 2.4, 2.31, 3....

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Garden Operations for the Month. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

Garden Operations for the Month. NOVEMBER. The garden if it.has been dealt with as directccl will now present a well-cropped appearance at various stages of growth. It should now bo earc fully examined, anil young and tender plants pro tected front colli winds j mulching and watering in dry weather should also be attonded to. Sow again when vacancies occur from wet or cold. Fmweh G-ahmsn.-Hybrid perpetual roses should have tlicir shoots pressed back immediately they have bloomed. Any newly-planted shrubs or plants that may be suli'cring from hot sunshino, should bo protected by boughs of ten-tree or wnt tlo placed around them, empty casks with both ends knooked outniake very good shelters, although rather unsightly. At the close of the mouth bud ding may be proceeded with. 1'lower seeds can still bo sown, although with greater risks of their well doing tliau if sown earlier, l'lant out dah lias for summer blooming. Finish planting out the tender annuals, anil tie up patches needing ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW DRY DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

THE NEW DRY' DOCK. Thkke seems something like reasonable ?ground for a belief in the substantial re alization of our expressed hope of the local advantages of the Hill being uti lised, when we see the initiation of Ship-1 building and repairing docks on the south bank of tho Yarra, and it now seems witliiiv the radius of".probability, that Emerald Hill may yet become the Isle of Dogs to Melbourne, and that the, at pre sent almost useless,'land between the Yarra and the Sandridge-road, may at no very distant period be excavated into docks, or built upon with the necessary warehouses, &c. Our hopes in this particular direction, have been raised by the fact, that a pri vate enterprise has bcen.broughfcto a suc cessful termination by two of our towns men, and was hanselled on Saturday by the reception and safe docking of the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer "The Southern Cross." "We allude to the dry dock just opened by Captains Sinnott and Hughes, con structed under the...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

: SCRAPS. Why is a 'pawnbroker like a' drunkard? Be cause lie tokos tlio, pledge,'..but', 'cannot" always keep it. A nervous individual writes to tlio Boston Post to'nsk " wether, strychninewhat the police gives to dogs won't .pizen tho human brings after sas singers has been fridc ?" Motto for a gaol-O-kum and'dwoll with mo. : There is said to bo a great similarity between a vain young lady and a confirmed drunkard, in .tlwt neither, of them can ever get enough of tho glass. ' . ' . < A person passing through a certain town and observing upon a door the name of. llasweU,. re marked that tho gentleman's name would' ho as well without tho H. . ' ' The fruits" of cloctricity-magnetic currents. ? A. sportsman, at Swampscott,.the other day came near liring into a flock of young ladies 'who'were on the beach'''bathing;1 "Considering tho .extraordinary,.speetaclc . which , .the ;Indies present while in bathing costume it is not to be wondered at that they are sometimes taken as...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

LccaJ.Zntolligeii.cG A somewhat singular adair occurred ut tlio Sandridgc Jinths the other Sunday afternoon. Dr. Rintol, tlio Rabbi of tlio Jewish porsuasiou in Melbourne, went for a bntli, mid having duly' per formed liis ablutions, mis about leaving tlio establishment without returning liis towel, which, it appears, is a rulo of tlio place. The custodian, .however, stuck out for ' custom,' and detained the doctor till ho finding that, whatever might be his saeerdotal calling, ho was not a Commander of tlio 33atli," considered - discretion tlio .better part of valor and wont back for the towel. This un seemly quarrel or sqnablile wo think should not havo occurrcd on cither side, but cliacun a son ", i/oitl. , Oil Sunday niglit, Georgo Tulloeh, architect, of Sandridge, was arrested on tlio cliargc of abduct-' ing a girl named Sophia .Fanning. Tlio girl's mother, who lives at Carlton, applied for and ob tained the warrant for tlio approlionsion of tlio prisoner. Mrs. Panning states. ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. THE EMERALD HILL EARTHQUAKE. To the Editor, of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

ticsrqspoxs&oxicb; 1 "THE: EMERAED HILL;'E.VPvTlIQOlKE.'; To lha Editor, of Hie 'Record. . Snt,-As any . information;. calculated ? to throw, .light''oil the jf6r«iS- terrific shock pl' cnrtli qimlto.jivitii which the .Ixiil litu', boon -visited, will,. X know-, -be -read with avidity by ninny -whose nervous systems lire as yet but suU'oriug.a recovery, I b'og to place boibi'o you tho following-facts; At about 1.15 on tho eventful night or ruther morning, 1 was just dropping; oil' into a coin i'ortable doze, not altogetherundisturbed by fleet ing visions of Sydney Tim, Little Fish, Ragpicker, and other very populnr characters, when I fancied myself in tho lict of taking the Fish at a stunning pace round the Albert Park, and when the inter esting quadruped shied at a bottle in tho grass, and I found myself pitched against tho fence. - This woke me, when I found myself on tho floor at the opposite side of- tho room, far from my couch, from which I had, it seems, been hurled by...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

DESTKtroriA'lC FIRE. Misfortunes seldom como. singly, aiul it would com that this applied to. fires',-'.as^wclli as '.other miters, and before tlio rfe6rf»,-o£-.tlip,[ Mechauics' ms is cleared.away.anqthpyv, destructive, .con!la ration lias occurred, antl . it iis'* witli: tho greatest lcnsuro that we add, that,' serious as wis the re, so well aiid pyoiiiptly.ivasijt; dealt -with by ir Fire Brigiulo, that its apparently; inevitable rcad'was sfaye'dj and the iimirirdanmgc''confined ilhin certain limits, and, withoutwhich..energy Hie part of our -Kro Company, would' very hably have laid, tho. entire block, principally oden buildings, iii.riiin. . Thp' fire, commenced) far as can be ascertained. at. present, at, the ck of Mr. Brown's furniture.'.warehouse, in ork-streot and. Clarendon-street, but from at cause does not appear, aiid on the alaain !ng given, some members of ;'tlie brigade were 11 on the ground and wont ..to work pflbetively "urthor eulogy would: not speak so loudly t as....

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 November 1868

EOTJND AND ABOUT: THE HILL. The other evening, while reading over your past issue, I was startled-by"a sudden blazo of light, mid a most confounded crackling of what I sub sequently found to be Chinese fireworks. Earth quakes | tidal Svavcs! and atmospheric disturb ances'immediately occurred to: me; and X was about looking up Mr. droves' predictions, when it occurred to me that it wis 5th November night andpossibly some ill-advised youth had got up a. little ' commemorative demonstration' about that much. mis-uiiderstood; affair" of Mr;. Guy -IViwkos, a dark all'air of a. dark tige ; and-sure enougliXwaa right in my guess, the future of Victoria were having a flare-lip-to tlic detriment of any loose, palings in tlieneighbourhood*'in remembrance of' Gunpowder treason and plot,' and saiv ' lib reason why gunpowder treason-shoidd evor'be forgot.' Passing over the '.'delinquency of'the''composer, who has sacrificed his grammar for. the sake of rhyme,' I felt free to "demur botli' to tli...

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