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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 December 1868

Borough, of-Emerald Hill; RENEWAL OE LICENSES. THE Borough Treasurer will be 111 attendance at the Council Chambers, (luring oiliee hours, oil Tuesday, Wednesday,, and Thursday, 29th, 30th, aud 3isfc inst.,.for the purposo of Re-; Bowing -Licenses, under the. Wines, Boer, and. Spirit Sales Statute. The old Licenses must he produced, and no cheques will bo taken xmless pwrioualy bant marked. JAMES EVILLB, ' ~ Town Clerk and Borough Treasurer. Borough Council Chambers, Emerald Hill; 12th December, 186S. . Borough of Emerald Hill. . .. TWENTY SHILLINGS REWARD. WILL be paid for such information as will lend to the detection of the Boys in the habit of dainagiug the Trees planted along the public-footpath, and also of THOWING Stdxes on roofs of the Market Sheds, whereby the came hare been seriously damaged. By order, JAMES EVILLE, Town:Clerk. : Borough. Council Chambers, ? i Emerald Hill, 15tli December, 1815S. ...... ' Borough of Emorald.. Hill. "VrOTICE.-The COLLECTOR attends at his JL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 December 1868

Business Addresses, &.c. Liens, Hans, and Specifications of f Dwellings aai Public Buildings Spared, Mid their erertmn superintended, by | ,T. E. BUTLER, ? ARCHITECT, (Of many years K.igljsh .cxjwriciiee) , " f j]/,.. Charles J. Durham, .118 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill., ; ;. ?-.??? :| TCOLC^OUGII & co.. ' | bolosalo and Family ?,Grocer s, Win*, .. Spirit, and Produce Merchants, , icy- CLABEpOJf' STREET, All ordvr?' pfiiclMMy 'Mended to. |oTICEOFKEMOVAL. R. McKENZIE, 1 Undertaker, Sc., #ri rt II Cl.-uemlon-.'.trfi't; IICJJS to acquaint his fVicwH and »f K»«mM Uilt ami its vkm.ty that be ta» r«iV«wravfD TO No. 87» OPPOSITfij j Hb hu].es by W...... .. mcnt a share of puMic iratroimge. Uus on lua- ! M°"rmii8 CowIim. nnd every funeral requmtc. * THOMAS D0"WNIB, R\>CY BEE AD & BISCUIT "BAKEll, T 191 ClABENDOW STREET, ejieiui.d iiill. delivered in all parts of the Hill daily. T, XOBLE, ! Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate ?CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; j...

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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 December 1868

WATER SUPPLY. WuEREVEJt one,turns his, eyes lie is al [ most sure to see the ukase of the hon-.-O.: ; 'E.iJonei/about wasting Yun Xeaa water, a,nd;inthat \vb most religiously- go with him, and indeed did we not believe in the necessity of the notificatiou,, a residence upon the ;Hillj with a blistering hotv.wiiid a temperature, somewhere between 100 and !100 degrees either in or out of the sun, with no water, would largely tend to proselyte us to his views on this subject. But there is another view to take of it -we are content to sit down upon short commons, and content ourselves after the mostapproved British fashion by ' growl ing,' and then ' grinning and bearing it,' provided we all shared aliko-but Eme rald Hiil though patient and long suifer ing-.onough, can hardly be expected to uilrepiningly suffer through such a day as. lasti Thuraday for want of a drink'.of water,"ih'mariy cases and generally tlie supply, reduced to a very ..minimum, whilo the more'favpred.Melbourne is ke...

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The Record. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31st, 1868. THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 31 December 1868

TlIuMisii'A Y. DECEMBER 31 si, 1808. ; THE 'new; .; yea.11 AVE . are now .upon , the threshold of another period, of time, ;md as Lamb, poetically, says * Wc see tlio skirls of the depurbiug year,'' laud to-night, the joy, "bulla will herald the advent of IS159. This is a,' time in which most good tradesmen take stock, and their commercial example may be followed with prpfit'irijalmosfc. every -condition of life, and let us hope that the consideration of the balance sheet submitted to us by our consciences; may be such as will induce pleasurable feeling rather than regret, but should the balance be found 011 the wrong side, may we have sufficient strength of mind to,' turn.over a new leaf.! All will recollect the threat of the-pedagogue- of Dickens', tale ,of' David,Copperfield,' who :tellsjhis reassembled pupils, thatnow the holidays'are over, they' must' come smart, up to their studies,' or he would'1 conic up smart1 witli'th'e punishment;' and1 :this equally applies to public bod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

"WANTS-HFFW TO SUPPLY THEM. If you want a Servant; or a Situation, If you require a Lodger or a Lodging, If you wish to KENT or to Let, If you desire to Buy or to Sell, If you liave Lost or Found, If you ehooso to Lend or to Borrow, If you choose to Malce Anything Known, ADVERTISE IN " THE RECORD." Charge, Is. for twenty words, if prepaid. A ARNOLD, Agent for the RECOKD, 124 . Clarendon-street, Emerald Hill. J . CU X. X* I KT, (Succcssor to Mr. If. Peine) TOBAOOOmST, 136 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, (Opposite St. Luke's Chuicli.) A large assortment of best goods always 011 hand. mis. POWER'S CLARENDON HOTEL, EMERALD HILL. IVines, Spirtls, Ales, fyc., of the best brands, at the lowest rales.. Accommodation far residents, with or. without board. liiirgc , room to let for meetings. s; . , OUTS : CFUIWI: rem EXCURSIONISTS rjto.U MULUOUIINI;. Price, Halt-A-Crown. .11. THOMAS, /U Little Collins-street West, and all Bookseller.-'. T OOKOIJTTOR ST. VALENTINE'S DAY! JU' "Largest assortmen...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. ADVANCE, Australia! and Emerald Hill, in par ticular, seems to be the motto just at present, and building is going on in all directions; tlie town is more especially extending itself down to the sea, till the Butts Station will be as inuch used as the old Town Station ; indeed, already, there is much indignation expressed khat all the trains do not pull up there, and I believe a round-robin kind of a petition is to be signed by the residents of the locality, praying their high and mightinesses, the directors, to allow the change to be made; how ever, as they are not much given to be obliging, it will have to be shown that their interest will be thereby advanced, and I believe there will be little difficulty in showing an increase of business in roturn for the concession sought. The good Bishop has, I find, with a view " to meet the times," mado an aller-ation in the mar riage fees, which will, 110 doubt be considered a boon by all 'persons about to marry.' ...

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Melbourne and Hobsson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

Melbourne and HoTsson's Bay Hail-way. r TIME TABLE. ST. KIL1)A rem UELHOUKNIi. 7.'10, 8.0*, 8.20*, 8.40®, 0.0s, 9.20s, 9.40*, 10.0'. .10.15, 10.45, 11.15*, 11.45 ii.m. 12.15*, life I.15, -??1.45*, 2.15* 2.40,. 3.15*, 3.45, 4.0, 120, 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, G.O, 6.15, G.45, 7.15*, v.J», 8.15, S.45, 9.*15,10.4G*v ]>.w. . KMliKALD HILL TOU ^ ilKLHOUK.NX 7 15, 8.5, Si25, 8:45, 0.5, 9.20, 9.45, 10.5, 102ft 10.50,11.20, 11.50 n.in. '12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.30, 2.20, 2.50, 8.20," 3.50, '4^5; 4.25; "1,45, 5.5, 5.2a, 5.45, G.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20,;7.50,i 8.20, S.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.m. , , ,, JIUHlOUJtSE JOB. EJtKUALD HItl-. 8.0s, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.'20, 9/10*, 10.0,10.30,11.0, II.30,12.0 tun: 12.30,^110*; T.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, 4,0*; 4.20*,' 4.40* ? 5i0*, 5.20*, 5.40*. «A G.15#, G.30, 7.0; 7.30*, S.0, &30, 0.34*, 10.31", 11.4 4 ?* p.ui. . EJIJiHAED lllLI. rOIi bT. K1-ID4. 8.4', 8.24, 8.44; 9.4, 9.24, 9^1 Jy .10.4v 10.31, 1U 11.34 a.m. 12.4; 12.34, 1.4,. 1.34, 2.4, 2.31, 3.4 3.34, ...

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IN QUARANTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

QTLA HAjST] ZST33. : Ax.'excitement,-of" n'o minor, importune^; took possession of' the public mind" yes-' terday. and it is questionable whether there will not be considerable alarm given rise to, ere - the -exaggeratc'd-Tumours -can be .contradicted, and the community gene rally reassured. ;We.allude to,-a report which obtained large circulation, and had some colorable ground for belief--viz. : that the small pox had made its appear ance in a portion of Jjittlc Bourke-strect west-that four children had been, taken'; away to the hospital, and that three more had exhibited similar symptoms of the frightful infection. Happily we are in a position to givo such particulars as will, we trust allay any uneasiness i.on ? this score. It is true that several children in the" above locality, within the past few days, have been attacked by. "..chicken pock;' but, we have it, from the best,and most reliable source-the Chief Medical Officer's department-that there has been " no case of confirme...

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RAILWAY GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

RAILWAY GOSSIP. Capfc. llEVYSTUiiN: All,, there'll be a pretty turn out; when tlicy meet again. Mv. BIHKFIESS: Well, T believe they can never pull in 'accord again, but .Mao and his party arc strong enough for all the twibraHsr Tooley-strcet or their supporters.' : ''V, " Jlr. CossjroM-: (Cossijwrc, islam, ij' Co.): ])on'fc you believe it, the artful dodger, that's hia new - nmno,' will throw up "Worts and trust to faith and hand himself over to the arms of Evcrurcl and his little gang of adullainites below the gang way, and> they will form the opposition,-or at any rate the opposition of"which .las. McCulloch may be afraid, though with Grant the best playing card iu ;the; whole 'hand ho, need not bo much afraid. ' . . . Capt. lLiivrsTuii.N": What about McKeau ? what will lie do ? ijrr. CossiPoiiii :. J list whatever II ac tells him, ho may bluster a bit, and talk unmitigated non sense about Maryborough, but he no more dares to vote wrong than he does to "Ilutts 'nsHuii,"' Mr. C'...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

Eiocal Intelligence. U.A.O.D., Royal Oak Lodge.-'i'ho Pie-nic in anguaruted -by tlio olllcors of this .lodge,; took plueo 011 Friday last, in tlio .Botanical, Reserve, ileal' tlio Domain-road, was well patronised by the brothers'of this order and tlioir friends, and passed oil' very successsully. There was an cx cellcnt quadrille baiid "provided for llioes who wished to enjoy themselves in a liLtlo 'i'or psiehorcaii amusement, and there wci'o a number of sports l'or tho juvenilo portion of the company. Refreshments wore provided by Host J/, if. /Smith, of tlio Golden Gato Hotel, in ii, very(satib Jijcipi'v ai|d j'casjfnablo u.aitncr. . I^e-wbiild inform' our readers, as it js ^ rally known, tlmt the Melbourne . Orn] .8V'; % School is Conducted, under the .voeulatinm ?* S! BofU'd off JCdiicataorii aiid' is, Uiorcfove one. V " . "4 any children on paymerifcof"the usual seliLV ' '« The school is under the management of M w 'n Edwards and.'an efficient stall' of tcaclicvi p 'J .highest ...

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GENERAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

GENERAL TOPICS. A max. named Joseph * ifoldcn;'who had boeu driukiiig heavily, .foul a quarrel aud a sort of n flglit orstruggle -vvitli liis wile, unci wis found dead afterwards; a post mortem examination showed that he died from apoplexy rccclcrated by drunkenness, and excitement.-The inquest on the | cabman Maguire, who was found at Uortlicotc dead, his-skull having been fractured,'is not yet concluded ; circumstances point most suspiciously to the man .Bartholomew. Ellis, who was shown to hare quarrelled and feuglib'with the deceased. The temporary building of St. Mary's Cathedral (Roman Catholic), at Syducy, lias been a second time burnt down in a most mysterious manner. -Rev. Mr. W. Claxton, a, baptist minister, for merly of Kapunda, South Australia, and previ ously a missionary in India, died yesterday some what suddenly, though he lias been for some time siiirering'from heart disease.-A drayman "named: Hardy, residing in Tamicr-strcclyKiclimond, com mitted., suicide,on Tuesd...

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Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. (Continued from No. 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

Cricket. SOUTII MELBOURNE'-' CRICKJiT t'Ui', (Continued frpmJKp .22.) The third eleven .of s the local club AVillmmstown . on tho 19th 3)ccomber, uhui* ulosoly-coiitestcil match was pluyed, i-e»ulti«isc a rietory lor the Williumstown team by one rut Annexed arc the scores: WILLIAMSTOWX. AUken,bBignoll ^ Lautou, bBtgucll l; Muar, b CJicssell \ Gillespie, b Bitraell...; ; Clnrke, ;h JJiirucll......... Allibon, b Bi^ncll ... JJ Vnttcrson, b Bi}?ncll _ . Davidson, b I). Ferguson L i'crguson, b ' llunler,b H. Ferguson..; i Watson, not out. Sundries.....,..,,....,.;. J Tdl.il .') Bignell ljowlcd fi7 bulls for 18 runs, 1 wiilc, 5 nwid""' wickcts. .SOUTH jusnuouuxK.< 1'iuUe, lut wieket, 1) !! . . Tmte,>b.ttiltereon... r Imnc, b J Chesscli, b Pnltcrson ; \V. Yuillc;run out B. Vcmison, b Paltersoli......; ] I 1li<rneli,'4b Gillespie,...........;..... ' .0, I'orguaun, c uiul b 1'utterson , Cole, e AHkcn.b VaUcvson.... () .Itookc, nolout..,.. . Crookf, b l'fttlerson ! S...

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BRUCEANA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

BETJCEANA. THE very name of Bruce carries with it, to all minds, something of teaching-in history the story of the Royal Bruce, encouraged by the" in defatigable spider to further and more successful efforts for the liberation of his country-ilieultho \ African traveller Bruce, who, with indomitable courage mid energy, penetrated into the ,Tcry; strong hold of savagery, amid " mitves v»st and clesci'ls idle, . " Koii'^h quarries, rocksj and hills whose heads touch 1 Heaven." ' - 1 or, to come down to our own time and place, Mr. Yans Agucw Bruce, the cnergctic railway con tractor, who, by his own natural force, of cha racter, raised himself into a proud position iii this now country ; and lastly, but by no means' least, we have the absconded H. A. Bruce, a Govern ment cleric, who, while holding a respectable' position and receiving a salary of £350-sufficient surely to maintain him and his family-is com pelled to fly liko a felon, and how far his oifcnec3 come within that definition ...

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Police Courts. EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, January 6, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, Haig, Sandilands, and Mouat, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

If Police/Courts. 1 EMERALD HILL POLICE COUKT. [ Wednesday, January G, 18G0. j (Bfforo Messi'i. Martin, iS'imnio, Jdaig, liaiul f lands, and Moiwfc, J.P's.) ' . . - Drunken Hows.-Joliu Munro was summoned I'bv Benjamin Coleman, for committing am assault; ! upon him. Mr. Faussett appeared: ou- behalf^oti [complainant. From the evidence, ifc appeared [ that the complainant and .defendant .veero drink-, f iu"- in an hotel togethor one, night, and had a dis fputc about some third person who , was not pre sent. From words it came to blows,, the result being that Coleman,came o(T " second best." Coleman stated, lhat a day or two' after this oc curence he met Munro who then wanted to have it out, but this was1 denied. ;Uoth combatants wore visible signs,of illumination in,,various por tions of their faces. Mr.' Martin stated that the bench had dccide'd in binding defendant 'over to keep the.peace in his own secuiity for six months, and that if it had been in-their power they would? also hav...

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NOT GUILTY. (Continued from No. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

JSTOT;.G-UTLTY. (Continued from iVo. 2(j. Mary replied, with hoi- happy laugh, " Why, I do believe, Tom, you are jealous. Oh liow niec to have really 'cxcitccl such a feeling," and other similar badinage which by no menus improved my frame of mind, and X rejoined fJeftou, who was waiting for meiu the road in no very friendly inood towards him nor any] one else iust at that mo ment., The night .was'dark,, save, that peculiar light from tho surfaco of the snow, and our'only guide for the road 'wis the wheel tracks. Sefton, who.had partaken freely of tho stimulant element, during the.evening, wore cxhilcrated, aud favoured me with snatches of song, I walking moodily along meditating how.I could hare a word with him "but always fulling back on the fact that he was not to blame, and perhaps, after all, there was ..,'; nothing in it." Diek seemed more than ever anxious to propitiate me. Would I smoke ? Host respectfully but coldly declined. The snatehes of popular melodies, which we often...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, January 4, 1868. Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and Mr.Swallow.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

I SANDKIDG-E POLICE OOUKT. Monday, January 4, 18G8. BeforeMi\Mollis6ii,PM.'; ariclMr.Swallow.) Drunkenness.-^ Jainpai; Cailaghau aiid Honry Chmey Trcre charged-TvitU this; ollencc. i 'Thii foreacr wag lined Is. with-Is. Gd. cab ;liiro; in default, twelve hours' imprisonment; aiul the latter wus mulctod in the sum of 2s. Gd., witlT tho alternative of a'siniiliir term of imprisonment. Insulting Behaviour.-Johanna. Thompson was brought up for behaving in an insulting manner in Bay-street on the 'previous Saturday night. She wns ordered to pay aUine of 20s.,> with tho iilloi'uutivo of one week's imprisonment: The War of Tars.-Alexander Jfocll, a seaman oil board tho British ship "lirnestmcr," ,was '.barged with assaulting George Bastard, tho so iuml oflieer of tlio vessel. It appeared that the prisoner having been requested to do somo worlt, refused, and challenged tho oflieer to fight. Bnslm-d said, "gllright, como on !?' and f hc pri soner tlicn struck him and .committed the.assaul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

Borough of Emerald Hill. NOTICE.-The COLLECTOR attends at Ins Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING-, from 9 till 11, to reeeivc payments of Betes. WILLIAM; TOPE, Bate Collector;' Sorousrh of Emerald Sill. TENDERS will be received until 7.80 p.m. on Monday, 18th January for the perform ance of the following works: 1.-Supply of Rubble. 2.-Drainage of- Mr. Hepburn's land. , , 3.-Formation of Mr. Sproulc's right-of-way. 4.-Formation, &c., of Park-street, west of the Railway. , - - JAMES EVILLE. Town Clerk. .Emerald llill, 31st December, 1868. Borough of Emerald Hill. DOGS. THE Owners of DOGS are requested to take notice that these animals must be BE0IS TEE ED, In accordance with the provisions of the Act, be tween the lstandlotli January. JAMES EVILLE, . Town Clerk. Emerald Hill. 31st December, 1868. FOR SALE.-All that PROPERTY situate corner of Clarendon and Market-streets, at present occupied by Messrs. Christie, Lanuigan, Roper, and others. For particulars, apply to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

Business Addresses, &c. |Bi£ffls, Plans, and Specifications of Swellings and Public Building's Spared, nml tlicir erection superintended, by J. E. BUTLER, Architect, (Of many years. English experience) ttc»:-Mr- Charles J. Durham, 118 Clarendon Street j Emerald Jliil. . y J. COICIOIJG-H & CO., holeuale and ^ Family Grocers, ; "Wino, Spirit, and Produco Merchants, & 167 C L A E E X D O K . S T R E E T, F.MUllAM) HILL- ; Ml orders punctually Mended to. rOTXCE OF REMOVAL. R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, Sec., -5/&IC of H Clarendon-street) begs to acquaint his friends and it; inhabitants of Emerald Hill and its vicinity that he bus >lEMOVED TO No. 87, OPPOSITE, ~ (jest to Mr. Woodlin'.s), where lie hopes by attention and winomy. to merit a share of public patronage. Has on hirc-r Ifiarsc and Mourning Coaches, anil even- funeral requisite. THOMAS DOWNIE, |ANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER, 191 CKASEirOOST STREET, EilERALD HILL. '<#1 ' ^read deliver...

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The Record. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7th, 1869. CAPITAL AND INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

TJCUJISDAY, JANUARY IB, 1809. CAPITAL AND INTEREST. THE subject of the £5000 compensation money paid by the Melbourne and Hob sons's Bay Baihvay Company to the Co lonial Treasurer in trust, as it were, for the Borough. Council of Emerald Hill is again being moved in, and another tardy and very unsatisfactory reply lias .been received from the present acting Trea surer, the lion. Mr. McCulloch,' stating that the sum was " so small that it had. not been invested," or capitalised, and moreover, that if Mr. Verdon had said (as lie certainly did say in reply to Mr.. Whitemau's question) that the amount had been so disposed of, he had misstated the fact un dcr a niisaprehension. A former application in June last it will be remem bered elicited a reply from -the under Treasurer, stating that the papers refer ring to the matter had been 'mislaid,' without anything like an apology, or not to subject gentlemen holding such high positions to any indignity-an ex pression of regret at the laches...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 7 January 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH.   M'LEISH.-On the 5th inst., at Emerald Hill, Mrs. James M'Leish of a son.     MARRIAGE. FARAM.-ALLEN.-On the 31st ult., at the resi dence of the bride's mother, Prahran, Arthur John Faram of Emerald Hill, sixth son of George Faram, Esq., Queensland, to Caroline Crook, youngest daughter of the late Rev. John Allen, Independent minister, Melbourne, Victoria.   DEATHS.     SHAW.-On the 4th inst., at 76 Clarendon street, Emerald Hill, Osborne Field, youngest son of John and Julia Shaw, aged twelve and a half months. M'KEAN.-On the 3rd inst., at 25 Hamer-street, Williamstown, Mrs. Elizabeth M'Kean, of Eme rald Hill, late of Ayrshire, Scotland.

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