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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

DOWN BY THE SEA. ODE delightful town pier is in a most interesting ' stato ofrepair, ivhioh, by-tbe-by e, seems its nor mal condition ; the carpenters who belong to its itaff--just as a stage carpenter does to a theatre -knock off putting in piles to lay down a bit of planking, and by the time they have made the roadway passable the teredo navalis have pre pared one or two of the important piles, braces, or stringers for superannuation-in fact, the pier itself would serve the purpose of that meek divine, the Rev. Henderson, to illustrate, primary, secondary, and tertiary formation in any future lectures on the Deluge. Looking at it oa the score of expense, I am almost a convert to the Johnsonian theory of a "canache" or dock in the lagoon, but I atn afraid, as the hon. Mr. Higiu botham says, he has "shot his load of bricks" in this matter, and it will be indefinitely postponed.' Going back to the pier question, I find from a yisit to the Railway pier that there is hope for the compa...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. (Continued from No. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Cricket.. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. (Conlimcedfrom No. 23.) On the 21sfc November tlie local club played the first match of tlae season with tlio Richmond Club, at Richmond, and were defeated in one innings with 76 runs to spare. The South Mel bourne team was weakened considerably by the absence of Wheatley (through illnoss), and Allan during the first day, wliilo the Richmond side was strengthened by Conway, Cragginand Eggle stone. Annexed aro the scores :?-; : . SOUTH MELBOURNE. - 'ri.' . First Innings Second Innings. Blair, b Conway.. 0 b Darke.... 'S Giiiy, 1) Comvny 0 b Darke;. ' 9 i'ooie, b Conway. 4 b Darke ..0 0. ClJCisdl, I) Darke i> absent ., McGan,'b Conway lfi. b Darke...... v0 Brown, b-Darke.."..;... 1 it b Dilrke ; 4 Ihinljy, b Conway.:.......... V c Foot!:, b Durkf;,0 Heather, b Conway; : 5 -ci'oote, b Darke 6 Allan, b Darke....; 3 . not ouL ; 1 llcClure, not out..;....;....... Ob Darke :.... ' 4 Osborne, e I'Ootc, b Darke... 1 u Mortimer,.lj Darke...;;.' 11 .S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Miscellaneous. ROSE OF DENMARK HOTEL; 55 NAPIER STREET. In hoc Siffno X. X '£ X. Saniias. : Ales, Wines and Spirits of the best and purest description. . Admiral Pirizon's Sherry. Manilla Cigars-. ' Government make. Best Two Ales - - 3d. per Pint. Carlton Prize Ale (in bottles) Ss. per doz. CLARENDON TIMBER YARD STEAM SAW AND Mouldikg MILLS, Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, ; E-Mi'lUT.D miJi. C. SKEATS Has on sale Building Materials of every descrip tion, at very reduced prices. Oregon and Baltic Deals, Battens, American Lumber, Shelving, Clear Pine, &c. , All materials kept under cover. The cheapest place in the colony for Steam made Architraves, Mouldings, SkirLings, &c., made to any size and pattern. All kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. An extensive assortment of Builders' and Bur nishing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese, and Colza Oil under Melbourne prices. OUTS: " Guide roii Excuesionists tkom Melbouhjte. Price, Half-a-Crown. H. THOMAS, 75 Little Collin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRUCE TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

AL BEUCE TO THE EESCUE. ' ONCE an actor always an actor,' would seem to apply to amateurs as well as pro fessional stage people, and somehow or other whoever has ever been on the stage assumes a stage name, or some other dis guise-the great Montgomery it is said had another name given him by his pa rents in baptism, and our amateur friend Mr. H. A. Bruce now appears before the public in a new role as Henrietta Bruce (the elder), and very valiantly and mater nally does she defend her ' slandered' son from the 'great falsehoods,' wide spread and ' cruel slanders,' but suddenly be comes conscientious, and admits her' sons' faults are heavy,' and gives an explana tion of a'business transaction,' in which Mr. Levey, his (Mr. Civil servant Bruce's) partner-and a Mr. Howden were concerned over a loan, which was repaid to Mr. Bruce on behalf of the 1'IEM i.e., Bruce aud Levey. Henrietta- Bruce ap pears to know exactly what transpired in the various meetings of the members of the' firm,' and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, January 11, 1869. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and Mr. Swallow., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

SANDRIDGKE POLICE COURT. Monday, January 11, 18G9. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and. Mr. Swallow., J.P.) The " Persuader."-Charles EUcr, described as a boavding-houBO keeper, was charged with per suading a seaman named Otto I'yne belonging to the British ship "Medina," to desert from the ship to which ho was articled. Mr. Byrne, instructed byMrBowen, appeared for the defence. The sergeant of the Water Police stated that about four o'clock on the morning of the 2nd of January, he 8aw the defendant walkingg towards the railway station, with live sailors belonging to tho ship " Medina," which iB now lying at the Ifobson's Bay Railway Pier. Defendant was as sisting to carry a chest belonging to Otto Pyne, when he was accostcd by the police. He told the polico that ho had been wakened out his sleep by one of the sailors, who Btoted that ho had. been discharged from tho vessel, and asked him to go and help him with his luggage. Defendant said he then went with tho man. The captain of the T...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"FAIR PLAY." [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

FAIR PLAT." A .I'ltAimcE prevails among our youth, and is wo regret countenanced iby\some adult members of tlio community, of insulting, annoying, and.oven assaulting' the Chinese who reside amongst us, and we are ever meeting .with' evidences of this fact. It is-generally .?perpetrated, in this wise-a .precocious.. colonial, youth throws stones at or , otherwise personally annoys-perhaps,: what the Police Bench pleasantly put as ' larking with;' the poor Chinese-and if he remonstrates, or ob jects to being stoned to death, at any rate without the Tuxiiry of a previous trial, lie is set upon by some loafing hobbledehoy, or two or tlirce of them, or by some brawling person iu petticoats, for wo can only use the term woman in its widest conventional sense, and the wretched Chinaman has to beat a.retreat beforehis gallant? attackers. Irrespective of the miserable, uumaaly and very unwomanly cowardice exhibited iu thus insulting and tyrannising over bo unresisting an element as that ol'...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wednesday, January 12, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, Haig, Sandilands, and Mouat, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Wednesday, January ,12, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Uimmo, Jlaig, Sandi laiids, niul'Mouut, J.P's.) False J'retcnccs.-George Moore, alias Moss, was charged with obtaining goods under false prctonces from Mr. Edwin Paxton, of tlio boot factory. Prom the evidence, it appeared that' the prisoner went to Mr. Pnxton's factory ill com pany with a woman named Annie Duncan, and having represented tlwt tliey were boot closers, rceeived uppers to the value of 21s. to close. Pax ton, aftor waiting some timo for tho goods, and finding that they were not returned, ascer tained the whereabouts of tho prisoner, and dis covered that his property had beon disposed of. 'I'ho prisoner was sent to gaol for twelve months in terms of the Vagrant Act.

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

local Intelligence. The English mail may be expected to be heard of, via Adelaide, to-morrow or Saturday, glieii duo in the Bay on Monday. The meeting of members of the varioui Friend]; ' Societies on Emerald Hill, favourable to th establishing of a dispensary, held in tie ME chanics' Institute, last Thursday evening, *11 numerously attended by tho various bodies, when the draft rules were adopted with a few digl! alterations. Mr. J. Boyd occupied the chair. A match was commenced last Saturday betwsn the first elevens of the South Melbourne and Eut Melbourne Cricket Clubs, on the local Club': ground, which, according to the present scorn, the South Melbourne Cricket Club has enry chance of obtaining an easy victory over their opponents. The South Melbourne made 89, md the East Melbourne had eight of their m dii posed of for 19 runs. Tho match will be conti nued next Saturday, at two o'clock. The action by Mr. Moses Alexander v. thohou. Mr. C. E. Jones will coiuq on during neit term....

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, January 7, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

SAJiDRIDGKE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, January 7, 1869. Present: The Mayor, Councillors Plummer, Morlcy, Curtis, Crockford, Kelly, Thomas and Poolman. The minutes of the last meeting wci'o read and confirmed. COEBESPONDESOE. ; The following letters were rend by the Town Clerk:- ... Prom tho Town Clork, Ballaat west, forward ing the copy of a resolution adopted by the Council of that district relative to the necessity of having tliouniform rate of postage reduced to one penny, and that every twelve words iii a telegram should bo charged uniformly at the rate of one shilling. The letter also asked tlio co operation of the Sandridge Council in the matter. -On the motion of Councillor Thomas, seconded by Councillor Plummer, the Town Clerk' be in structed to reply that tlii Council agreed in the resolution passed by the !Ballarat Council, and that it would ^assist thom in carrying out their proposition. i'l'ora the Lauds and Survey olllcc, dra wing at tention to the obstructions iu Bcach...

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GENERAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

GENERAL TOPICS. A kk named Mackrill, a carpenter, of Williams ;:$town. whs run over by tlio 10.15 train from sMolbourno to Williamstown ; he was, it is sup i» posed, making a short out, ami in the darkncBS ?y of the night was not obaerved.-The dillbiencc b t eo i tha committeo of tho Benevoh nt; Asylum fAr55 dhursfc and tlic Catholic clergymen, as to :is.Vbe treatment of tho Catholic children in their In J t iai School has resulted in the whole of the .JSlCatholic children being remitted to the Princes E lg Industrial School, and a like number (25) . iaof othor denominations being forwarded thereto, in jo ing man, Brassoy, an ex-midshipmen, who months since reeoivod a sentonce for robbing . ?iSUr6. Hennessey, of the Volunteer Hotel, has . jjaieam developed tho cacoethes fitrendi and robbed fellow lodger; singidailyenough, he was again aMickod up iu the Theatre Royal, where apparently, O'5|po goes to get rid of his ill-gotton gains.-A ool 1 o ;currcd on tho Richmond branch of the s s...

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RAILWAY GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

BAIIAVAY GOSSIP; ' ?-» -'BAIXWAY . '1'obtbbV-'mrald Hill-raid 'ill, allow jour tickots (whistle.) Mr. CossiroiiK (resuming conversation.)-Oil yeB, Sirs. Bruce may linvo very largo maternal in stincts, I think tlicy, call tliat sort of tiling, but I urn at a loss to understand liow rritli any thing like logic, slio can do tlio apologetic l'or her son, or'rather I might say, hold him up'as an injured young man, whoso goncrosity and trusting nature had undone hiin, instead of what appears to mo to luire been an excessively ' cuto ' gentleman, iivith littlo or no conscience to speak about. " Capt.'HEVTSTDEN.-How does slio propose to tido over the little discrepancy of his'letter, sta ting, he was going to England to got money, whereas he Lad eliippcd or tafcon n passage for America? Mr. Bmiii'iiESS.-(svho lias got a .brief to move for probate in the.matter, of. the will, of Snooks, .and is proportionably high in the stirrups.)-'Ah!, why it just goes to prove a fortiori, rtmt 'Bruce in N...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Courts. EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 9, 1869. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, and Haig, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Police Courts. EMERALD HILL POLICE OOUllT. Saturday, January 9, 18G9. (Before Messrs. Kiinrno, and ITuig, J.P's.) ^2 Fraud SiiidHiojis.-'Durham Sergeant v. Heiiry iSIcAllison, summons I o show cauao why defendant /Jphould uot be committed to gaol for not comply-' ?3Jng with a previous ordei' of the Court, awarding vjyliuutill' the sum of £a 3s. (id. Defendant was Ordered to pay the amount with £2 2a. costs ; in ^default, to suil'cr one month's imprisonment.; tf Goat Keepers Setcare.-Robert Henderson, - 'ool, Mrs. McDonald and l'arton, summonod for allowing tlicir goats to wander, were each mlctcd in the sum of 2A. 6d. with 2s. Gd. costs. Debt Case.-S. ILomax v. J. 55. Butler, goods lold i'G lis. Id. Liability admitted, and timo anted to pay the amount. Order l'oi'tho amount 'ith 2s. 6d. costs. Minor Charges.-Edward Edwards, summoned or allowing his chimney to take fire, was ordered :o pay a lino of 2s. (id. with a similar amount for 'OBtB.-Mary Jones v. Mrs.Langtou, abusive lan ;uag...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Borough of Emerald . Hill. -\rOTICE.-Tno COLLECTOR attends at liis ±\ Ofllcc, Borough Council Chambers E\ BUY MORNING-, from ,9 till 11, to receive.,payments of Bate. WILLIAM TOPE. -r, ;. ! ! Rate Collector., Borough, .of Etaorald Hill. TENDERS will be received until 7.30 p.m. on Monday, 18 th January for. the perform ance of the following works: 1.-Supply of Rubble.; ; 2.-Drainage of Mr. Hepburn's land; 3.-Formation of Mr. Sproule's right-of-way. 4.-Formation, &c., of Park-street, west of tlie Railway, 6.-Carting 200 yards Clay from the Market Reserve to the line of Fcrrars-stv North. JAMES ETILLE, ? ' ' Town Clerk. _ Emerald Hill, 31st December, 1868. , Borouefc of Emerald Sill. DOGS. THE Owners of DOG-S are requested to take notice that these animals must be R E G- I S T E R E D," In aecordanco with the provisions of the Act, be tween the lstandlotli January. ; . : ; ? JAMES ETILLE, ' 'i! Town Clerk. Emerald Hili, 31st December, 1868. FOR SALE.-All that PROPERTY, situate ...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Business Addresses, &.C. J. W. MITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, AND 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. Old Blinds re-painted, taped, See. Orders by post punctually attended to. . ,T. COLCLOUGH & CO., Wholesale aad Family> Grocers, "Wins, Spirit,and Produce*Merchants,: 165 & 107 CLARENDON STREET, ' EJIEItAX.il' HII/L. All orders punctually attended to. - NOTICE oF reMOVAL. R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, &sc., (Late of 41 Clarendon-street} begs to acquaint his friends and the inhabitants of Emerald Hill and its vicinity that he has .' REMOVED TO No. 87, OPPOSITE, (Kext to Mr. Woodfin's), where he hopes by attention and economy, to merit a share of.publie patronage. Has on hire Htarse and Monming Coaches, and every ]? uncial requisite. THOMAS DOWNIE, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER, 191 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD EI LI;. Bread delivered in all parts of the Sill daily. T. NOBLE * Auctioneer, Va...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14th, 1869. CHICKEN HAZARD. "Who shall decide when doctors disagree?" [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

THURSDAY, JANUARY litk, 1869. CHICKEN HAZARD. " Who shall decide -when doctors disagree ? " THE community lias been for some time past in a state of excitement, consequent upon the alleged presence of that dreaded infection, the Small Pox? For a time the sensation was allayed by the authori tative . declaration of the Chief Medical Officer of the colony, that there was ' no case of small pox, but only some of chicken pox.' and the public who are easily sensationalised, or lulled into secu rity by a ' Report' from a Government officer, were for a time satisfied. .Fortu nately or unfortunately, as the ? result may determine. Dr. Crook e visited the sanatorium-or by whatever name the temporary Hospital may be known-at the Immigration depot, and at once pro nounced i an cxcaihedra opinion that it was smallpox, and anumber of other medical men ' with, pouucot box at nose,' also visited the sick, persons, and from their professional experience, pronounced the disease of the variolous type...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 14 January 1869

Births, marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS.     WARNOCK.-On the 9th inst., at Moray-street,   Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. Robert Warnock of a son. STRIPLING.-On the 6th inst., at Napier-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of T. Stripling of a daughter.               MARRIAGE. FORD-SIMPSON.-On the 31st ult., at Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Hugh Darling, Mr. James Ford, of Melbourne, to Miss Ellen Simpson, of Emerald Hill. DEATHS. GOLGERTH.-On the 10th inst., at Coventry street, Edward Paul, youngest son of Carl and Wilhelmine Golgerth, aged twenty-two days.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

JOHN SINCLAIR, l'AIillA BANK, . MANUFACTURER of STEAM-ENGINES and MACHINERY oi' tVei-y description, Iron Ship-buililerjMai'ine, Portable, and Cornish Boilers; Steam Winches, Dumping I'vesses; 'Hy draulic Machinery, Wool Screws, Crab Winches, Donkey Engines; &e. ' ? , roil SALE One Screw STEAMER, 20-tons.. One do. ilo. 5 " OXJTS : .GUIDE rat JixcuitsioNiSTS ijton MULIJOUHKIS. ;:.y ?, Price, Half-a-Crown. H. THOMAS, ?C Little Collins-street West, antl all Booksellers. . .. 3T. FITZGEEALD'S GASTLEMAINE PRIZE ALE. ' STOKES- : NEXT UNION BANK, QUEEN STREET MJSUIOUBNE. Miscellaneous. ROSE OF DENMARK HOTEL, 55 NAPIEB STREET. In hoc Signo XX XX Sanitas. Ales, Wines unci Spirits of the best and purest, description. ' . ' Admiral Piuzou's Slierry. Manilla Cigars/ Government make. Best Two Ales - - 3d. per Pint. Carlton Prize Alo (in bottles) Ss. per doz. J. S. DAVIDSON, PASSENGERS' OWrPITTEE, &c., COliXEK OK ELIZABETH &. rLINDZRS STREETS, SlEIillOVllXIi. Cabins Furnish...

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RAILWAY GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

. RAILWAY GOSSIP, Mr. COSSIPOBE. (resuming conversation after stoppage.)-My Torsion is, that G. T. Smith be lieved two of the deputation, Nick Fitzgerald (John O'Shannajsj's son-in-law) and Mr. Campbell both member* of the upper .house were come pur posely, backed up by an Argus reporter to bowl him out, beard him, or something of that kind, so he put on all frills, and hardened his face against the whole afTiir. From the style in which i he cleared the room, he ought to be called in futuro ' Faugh a ballagli.' . Father .-Be datl, y're right, but it !1 | not do for him to insult people without a cause, i *nd if he continues to do so, 'twill not be long i he'll be having the power to reserve a sate for himself' baek to the horses ' iu the mail coaches. i MR. BRIEFLESS.-That man's ^sumption is something wonderful; see him in the House, when ho has a few words to growl out, which by tlio byo, I believe are inaudible to the reporters, and are generally comprised in 'after a few remarks ...

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Melbourne and Hobsson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

Melbourne : and HoTsson's Bay Railway, . TIME TA13LK ST. KlliDA 1-OIt MELHOUliyE. ?7.40,. S.0*, 8.20*, 8.40*,'.' 9.0», 0.20*, 9.40s, 10.0', || 10.15,10.45, 11.15*, ll.'-iS ii.i.i. 12.18*1 lift H 1.15, l.'lu* 2.15»,. 2.45,,3.15* :i;45, 4.0, 4.»MT 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, G!0,' 0.15, G.45, 7.13*. US ' .8.15, 8.45, 0.15,10.40* p.m. , ' ^ ' iMEllilB Jlttl/ SOU ; 11ELUOUK.Ni:. 10.52 p.in.' MEmouHxis rou' isiiiiuAiu una, 8.0*, 8.20. 8.40. 9.0. 0.20, Crio*, 10.0,10.20, li ft 11.30, 12.0'u.m. 12.30,'1.0*, 1.30, 2.0#, 2.3Q.M 3.30, '1.0*. <1.20*. 'I..4 0*, 5.0*, 5.20*, 3.40», M 6.15*, G.30. 7.0. 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 0.34*, 11.41* p.m. liMUKAKD 1IIM l'OH SUV KILllA. 8.4, 8 2J, 8 n, 0.4, 0.21, 0.11, 10.1, 30ai, Jl ' 11 31 u in. 12.4, 12.31, 1.4, 1.3.1, 2.1, .-'.II, A S.3J, 1,1, 1.21, .1.-11, 5.4, 5 21, 5 II, 0 1. I'1" G.31, 7.4, 7.34, 8;4, 8.34,9.34, 10.31, J 1.41 P Trains marked * stop tit the Jiutts sliitwn, 'rickets nvo issued there." ' SAMmiDQJJ I'Oll llAQLAIT STIKEBT AKJtt JlWJIOtBt...

Publication Title: Record
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OUR ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

OUR ADVANTAGES. We have throughout the existence-of,the RECORD endeavored steadily to advocalc the utilization oi'sucli local advantages as cither Borough may possess -locally: more especially the sea board and river frontage, aud repeatedly urged, that those who have acccpted the stewardship of our affairs should give their minds to the subject ; of Dock-accommodation in a comprehensive form on the South side of theYarra, thus advantaging tlicBoroughs of Emerald Hill <md Sandridge respect ively. "\Vc lind that.the Melbourne men are fully alive to the.importance and ad vantage of such an enterprise, and we are in a position to state that the Chamber of Commerce is already moving with the J Government in .the direction of Dock-ac commodation on the Noutu side of the Yarr.a, and it now certainly 'behoves-those interested in the South side to jealously 'watch the case' on behalf of the Hill and Sandridge-as surely nothing of this kind should be done without the co-operative ...

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