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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

itULTUM IX PABVU. The-health of the Emporor'Arapoleoh is at pre sent a.subjeet. of interest to nil Europe, .niul.ol' anxiety in France. . Itwould appear; that" it is railing,'mid that Napoleon TIT. is now fur from well;' .Not" only did he not mount on 'horseback and follow tho liounds at tlio grand .hunt the other day at Coinpiognu, but, contrary to.his usual practice, he acccpted assistance while getting into and alighting from his carriage. At the shooting party, one could sec that he walked with great difficulty and seeming lameness, dragging his legs, which were spread rather wido apart, after him as it were, and with his arms held out to steady his movements. On Hie evening of the euree, a ehair was placed for liini 011 the balcony of the chateau, on which he continued seated until tlio conclusion of the nflUir, all hough the Empress and Princess of Wales were both standing. At the performance at the 'theatre, too, a night or' two nftenvnrds, hdisafc'ivitli liis' head bent forw...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 23, 1869. (Before Messrs. I[?]a, Nimmo, and Mount.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 23, 1869. (Before Messrs. Illla, Nimmo, aid Mouafc.)' ' ; Abusive JMngaage.-Mary Sullivan was sum moned for using abusivo and threatening language ; to Jumcs Swallow. ; The parties, it appeai-ocl are i eiglibours, but can never agree. As it was pro ven Hint defendant was in fault, the bench or dered her to pay a, line of 20s. with the alterna tive of;one weeks' incarceration. Alargonumber of cross cases arose out of the present action, but as there was a groat deal of perjury committed on cither one side or the other, they wore dismissed. JJ.one Unprotected.-Samuel Lee was . sum moned by the police for leaving his horse and cart unprotected in the street, and was ordered to, pay a line of 2s. fid. with 2s. Gd: costs. A number of unimportant smull debt cases wore also disposed ol". ri":

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Cricket. SOUTH MELOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Cricket. SOUTH MEJjpiiTCTE CRICKET CJVUB. Tlio second eleven toll between the South ?Melbourne unci East j\ If! bourne clubs. played on tlic ground of the Iniler on the Tilth inst., re sulted in a. draw in iitvur of .lCusL Melbourne. The following arc the scores : > . I:\ST hki.IIOI:i>ni:. . Tirst liiniugt 'Sccomt Lnnings. , : Lewis, I) J. Cliessell ; I) J. Cliessell............... ?!> Frcenmti. b C. Clicsselt...... ? - b./.Cliessell.. M Uignll, not out 'JO b C. Cliessell...... J3 Forrcsteiy c C. Chessell, b ....:? -Ji Cliesscll .:.V" 0 b C. Cliessell ...;. 28 JSaUmtyne, li Maekilbp... t . b C. ChisseU.:.....<> Fisher, l> Dauby.. 15 tbw, b C. Clie^seR 11 Jennings, c C. Cliesscll, b M'Clurc S. I) C. Cliessell .' 6 .1. Wilkin, b C. Chessel...... ;23 b;J. Chessel 20 Mooilie, I) J. CltessseH.....*.' 0 'not out..:.;..... 2D M'Jjennan, lbiv,.l. Cliesscll : I absent .-?.'J' £ni;liiml, b .T. Cliessell...;.. 10 ' cA-llcn, bJHunter.........' 15 Sundries 15. . , Sundr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

"WANTS-HOW TO. SUPPLY THEM. If you want a Servant or ft Situation, If you require a lodger or a Lodging, , r. ; i If you wish to Kent or to Let, If you desire to Buy or to Sell, If you have Lost or Found, ' . If you choose to Lend or to Borrow, If you choose to Make Anything Known, ADVERTISE IN "THE RECORD." . Charge, Is. for twenty words, if prepaid. ' EMERALD HILL AND SANDRIDGE Parcels Delivery.-GEO. TR.ODD, (lato Cattlin) collects and delivers Parcels to >and from Melbourne, twice daily. Orders received at tho (Jlarcuce Hotel, Elizabetlrstveet. Economy and despatch. OUT-DOOKi SALES COjSTDUCTED . BY S. D. NATHAN, Auctioneer, TH.MrOlUIlV OITICKB : 53 YOEK ST. BAST, EMERALD SILL. Houses Let, Rents Collected, and Insurances ell'ccted at the lowest rates. Money to. lend; iu any sums.

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Police Courts. SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursduy, January 21, 1869. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and Mr. Swallow. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Folico Courts. SAjN'DIUDOffi POLICE COURT. TUursduy, January 21, 1869. , (.Bcloi'i! Jl'r. Mollison, JVM.; aucl'"Mr. Swallow. .T-i'O - . Abitsice Language.-David Sinclair was sum moned lor using abusive and threatening lan guage, to AV. .1?. AVeslall in the public: street. -De fendant was ordered to; pay: a iine of £10 or in delimit go to gaol for ono month. : Keep Watch.-George 31. Miller master of the Sussex, was summoned l'or nob Having at least one seaman on watch oil board bis si lip ut night; tlie charge, was proven awl defendant -snis ordered to pay a line of ;G5. Civil, .TJsl.-iUoss Abadcc surauioucd for allow ing the Yan Yean water to run to waste, was lined os. with 2s. Gd. costs.-Joseph Smith y. Alfred White, goods sold, £4 7s. 8d. Verdict for aniouut and 5a. costs.-Anne Sluvw v. Mar garet "Wilson, complaint dismissed for want of suflicient proof. Ship Cases.-Ambrose Civivkwcll was brought up for assaulting a sailor named Laundress, but as it appeared to be,a-trilling all'...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, January 21, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

SAXJJR-IDGKE' B0K0UG1I COUNCIL. Thursday, January 21, 1809.. r Present: The Mayor, Councillors Crockf'ord, Morley, Curtis, Kelly, Poolman, and Johnson. The minutes of the last goneral meeting were read Hiid: confirmed. COKRESrO.VDENCE. The following letters were read bv the Town Clerk:-: ?. '! From tlio Town Clerk Melbourne, requesting tho payment of <0517 14s. 5d. balanco due ou the Giabi'ielli loan. Referred to the flnonce com mittee. from Mr. Clay, tho Borough Surveyor stating that a new place had been reserved for removing sand.--On the motion of Councillor Morloy the Surveyor was instructed to have the now' place notified in tho Government Gazette. ' 1'roui Mr. A. E. Aitkcu, resigning his office of Inspector, &c. in accordance with a resolution of the Couucil, passed three months ago. IturoBTS. Miiancc Committee.-Councillor Curtis brought tho report .of this Committee, which recom mended payments amounting to £77 3s. 6d. The Committee also recommended:-That't...

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FRESH MEAT. AN INCIDENT OF THE CRIMEAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

PRESH MEAT. AX. INCIDENT or THE OKI MEAN WAR. Evkrtoxe 1ms heard of the saying, " catching a tartar," anil, like all old saws, this cuts both ways j or, at any rate, I am in a position to show liovr 1 was nearly caught-not by one-but several Tartars. It will add but little to tho in terest of the narrative to tell how I eamo to bo master of one of the fastest steam transports en gaged for the British Service in the Crimea* war, enflicit, that under the supremo command of the Admiral, and generally under tho orders of lord Clarenco Paget, I had the honor of captaining the dispatch or reconnoitering steam-boat Alert, and » pretty lazy time wo had of it for months together, sometimes lying at one achorage, sometimes at another, but generally leading, an inactivo life. One thing was a source of great annoyance to our Jacks, viz., the being upon an enemy's coast mid being short of fresh meat, while upon the hills inshore, within eye view, were flocks and herds in numbers, and which, look...

Publication Title: Record
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Monday, January, 25, 1869. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Monday, January, 2D, 1869. (Bol'ore Mr. Mollison, P.M. ; and Mr. Swallow, ,T.P.) .'Deserting-Edward Synno.tt, h young lad, war brought' up for deserting from the training ship " J\o)spiv" Bo iras oitTored to be sent baok for. two years longer, and to got a good whipping. Embezzling.-John Brown, a sailor on board the British ship " lleigato," was chargcd with (imliezjiliug tho ship's stores consisting of two bottles of gin, was discharged, as the captain did not ifish to prosccute.-C-feorgo Wild, snilmakw, and William Brett, cabin-boy on bourd iho Bri tish ship " Essex," were charged with crabozzliiig the shin's slojps.. Wild was in tho hnbiti of got ting 1(li6 boy to steal various nrtif''*es 0( food, such «s prcsovvod salmon and i;|U, of ;"eHTj for the pur nose of sendiuc |q r ;.olnim 0f bad repute. lhv did not wish to punish the prisoners and 'they wcro liberated. _ .... Itcmi'md.-Peter Fry, a Russian, was remanded till lioxl; court day .on a charge of disobeying tho lawful command...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Borough of Emerald Sill. XTOTICE.--The COLLECTOR attends at liis -i-^l Office, Borough,Council Chambers EVERY MORNING, from 9 till 11, to receive payments of Bntcj. WILUAM'TOPl£, Rate.Collector. Borou*h of Emerald Sill. LIFTING AND re-LAYING, PITCHING AT ABATTOIRS. Tenders will be received until 7'30 p.m. on Monday, let February. JAMES EY1LLE, . Town-Clerk. Borouffh of Emerald. Sill. ' DOGS. THE Icspector will proceed against nil pcssoiisi who lmTC failed to Register tlieir Dogs. . By order, - JAMES EVILLE, -, Town Clerk; Emerald Hill, 27th January, I860. Borough, of Emerald Hill. ; I TENDERS WILL bo received by the Borough Council of Emerald Ilill until 7.30 p;m., on Mouday next, 1st February prox;: 1st.-For Supply of 1000 yards Bluestouc, Rubble (Richmond), for the Saudridge-road. '2.-For 250 yards ditto (Brunswick), Yarr:i " 'Bank-road. ;i ' JAMES EY1LLE," . , Town Clerk. . Emerald Hill, ,, 25th January, 18G9. "VTOTICE of intention to apply for a COLO X*NI.AL WINE Liccnse.-To the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

i Business Addresses, die. | ; ,). W. MITCHENER & CO., ! Mmidfiiel»ivi'.-' of'everv description of [WINDOW BLINDS, ! 118 CLAHENDON STREJCT, j AXJ) ! 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. : old Klinds re-paintcd, taped, &c... Orders *by post punctually attended to. . J. COLCLOUGH & CO., Wholesale and Family Grocers, "Wine, Spirit, and. Produce Merchants, 1G5 & 167 CLABENDOX ST BEET, ];mi;HAT,d HILL. All orders piwctualli/ attended to. B. TYLER'S Hair-cutting, Shaving, and' Shampooing { Saloon, 1-13 CLABEXDON STREET,' yi:xv 'alii }utus. Hair-culling, 6d. Slinving, 3d. Shampooing, Is. Bovs' Hair-cutting, 4(1. Razors, Kmve?, and Scissors ground and set. . THOMAS D0"WNXE, "" FANCY" BREAD & BISCTHT "BATvER, X91 C1AEENDOHSTREET, EMEIiAKD 1111,1.. Bread delivered in till purls of the JIM daily. T. JVOHMy. Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate Agent, i;la runjjon STREET, EMERALD HILL ; 'AXJJ AT Btuch Jfowse, South Road, Mrir/hlon JScaoh. WRIGHT & CO., ...

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The Record. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28th, 1869. THE WORKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

TJI UllUDA. y, J-iXO'-Utr 2SM. X8U9. ' " » -I TIJ'ii WORKMAN. I 'J.t sjsmjoii: ij.vrxs jiUT i'JM'ouns.' hKeoias .lioiu.f good ,m newspapers ; as,- in many 'other tilings; and. 110' sooner;have-- si 'new 'ii'ioi'Jiiug paper and - a second- eraiing journal been " projected than .up jumps another ' weekly,' under the title of The IVorlcman-that is, such a paper the which QJS.D.-we stand a ? good chance of. being inundated by, printers' ink, and Mr. K-amsdcn may congratulate himself upon having started his paper 'mill asjbeiiig likely! tojbeja'.very lucrative, business. As fav as \vc are concerned we are bv no means sorry to. see another, journal in; the - iieid. ancl neither on : commercial grounds nor otherwise are we disposedio offer any objection to The fVorkman or any other journal-always provided-that tlip, doctrine it may promulgate, or the tenets it may seek to inculcate, be not of a retrogressive, character, nor calculated; to destroy or weaken our' sbeiaV adhesion, by fosterin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGE. FAGAN–LLOYD. –On the 25th inst., at. St. Paul's Church, Melbourue, by the Rev. S. L. Chase, assisted by the Rev. G. O. Vance, Thomas Fagan, of Ballarat, to Augusta McAndrew Rebeecca Lloyd, daughter of the late Lieutenant John William Lloyd, of H.M. 96th Regiment;. DEATHS.                 BROWNE. –On the 26th inst., at Cecil-street, Emerald Hill, Herbert Lloyd, youngest son of John Edward and Eliza Browne, aged two and a half years. MOUNSEY. –On the 27th inst., at her residence, Bay-street, Sandridge, Eliza June, the beloved wife of Mr. George Mounsey, aged twenty-three years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

Borough, of Emerald Hill. NOTICE.-The COLLECTOR attends at his Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING-, from 3 till 11, to receive payments of Kates. WILLIAM TOPE, Rate Collector. ; Soroush. of Emerald Sill. SPECIAL ORDER. NOTICE is HEREBY, GIVEN thai, the Council will, at the ordinary mooting to' be held on Monday, 1st March pros., Confirm the Special Order- mado on Monday, 1st-February inet,, for the Repeal of Bye-law No. 17. By order, JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, -. . 2nd February, 1869. Borough of Emoi'&ld Hill. DOGS. THE Irapector will proccod against all pessons who have failed to Register their Dogs. Bv order, JAMES EVILLE, : ' ; Town Clerk]' Emerald Hill, 27th January, 1S69. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Emerald,Hill. -Mrs. PERYMAN'S CONCERT, Tues day, February 16th, 1869. A lnrgc array of talent. Monster programme. GORDON & GOTCH, General Advertising Ageuts, Collins-street West, .Melbourne, Agents for the Recoku. , DERRETT, Bookseller, &e....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. W. MITCHENEB, & CO., Mnmii'ticturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, .113 CLARENDON STREET, AND 10 JOHN STKE3ST, EMERALD IIILL. 0U Jilkta re-painted, taped, &c. Orders bv post punctually «tt?ndc(lto. J. COLCLOUGH & CO: Vkolosals and Family Grocors, "Win®, Spirit, and Producc ;Merchants, 165 A. 1G7 CL ARE 2* DO If ST BUST, toiEiiAi.b jiiij..: ; 1 ; , All orders imrictnally attended to. B. TYLER'S Hair-cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing : . Saloon, . 1-15 CLAEEKB.OX STRE 15T, . ' XKXT-T1I12 lUTJIS. . ITiih'-culting, Gd. 'Sharing, 3d. .felmmpooiug, Is. Boys' Hair-cutting. -I il. Ksuors, Kihvoh, and Scissors ground and set. ' IHOM&'S BOWMIE, ? J'AjSTCY eeeAjd'& bisgupj? 'BAKER 191 CLARENDON STREET, ' . ...E>iEii.uvD'niirt., .... JJi'eatl detaereiVin all parts of the Jf.ill daily; ? T. XOBLK. Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate Agent, CLAB-EMJOjf STREET, EMERALD IIILL j . . AN.D AT jHutwh 'House, Mouth R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

Bank Notices.' The National Bank of Australasia. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. THE EMERALD HILL BRANCH Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, COVENTRY STREET. .I. M. CAMPBELL, Emeriald'HiU . 21st August, 1368. (The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, . [umitct] ' For Siposits and Loans on Freeholds. i": Incorporated under " The Companies Statute, ISM." JMTTKOltXS&B CAPITA!., £500,000. - OFFICES : 18 COIXIXS SiEEEr EAST, MELBOURNE. Directors-. .{Ton. C. J. Jesseb; M.L.C., Chairman. -iETon.- JOH.\- M'Chae,' M.L.C., Vico-Chainnaii.; .'ROBERT Bra>% Esq., J.P., M.L.A.; DETHOED,'Esq., Collins-street: East ?.TohjtSpehoe-.OaxiTTj Esq., Queen Street \Cteo'.; WHAEIOK, Esq., J.P.; 24 Collins-sl.' "West. tj i-. Accountant ? ? "WlUilAM SlNCOCK/ Eaq- ...! . " Manager-. 1 WILLIAM PATEDSON Muik, Esq. .^>rfD«po»iii. Receipts, are ? issued, and Interest is ,,»llo^wed_at tho following rates:-. . PA J?? posits for 12 months (tiietl) per cent, per aniium. ' 6"'onths<lo. do. '- . ::lk». 3 month...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, February 1, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH,'. .COUNCIL. Monday, February 1, 1869. Present: Tho Mayor (B. If. Sandilands, Esq;), and Councillors Whiteirmn, Roy, Ireland, Ward, Skeats, Stead and ThistlcthVraite^ :f''1 The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. , ,. n." . . COSltliSPOSDENCE. ..... The Tol-rll C'el'k vnad tlm following letters 'Trom the'Crown'Lands Officer wilhrelcrence to the 1SG8 vote for lencmg in public parks and reserves, statin si that the' sum of f-10 had been Toted to tho .15TneraldinUl Council.-, to > ,5,..: 5 From the Kegistrar General, asking the Council to forward the annual' statistics of the borough by. tho 15th March, us it was the wish of the Go vernment to have the statistics of tho colony for warded to the feerretnrv for the Colonics as soon as possible. . From Mr.'A; Hunt, Secretary ol ;t,lie' Ancient Order of Druids, soliciting tile: patronage of the Council at' the first' gala, to be held in the Botani cal roscrro'on Easter Monday.-Granted., ,: : From-Mr...

Publication Title: Record
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Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

OPiokflt, SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. A match played by the South Melbourne and Carlton clubs, on January 23rd and 30th, resulted i in an easy victory for the former, in one innings 1 with seven ruus to spare, Anuoxcd are the score's irr-. ' ? :j> . \ \ i - '..if 7 . SOUTH UI;LDOUKNE. . i, J Heather, c Itarmss, b McFnrlanc 0 v . N. Osborne, run out v.. v7 . Wheatley, c Hijlsilen, b James 53 Blair, c Bishop, b Mcl'arlane..... A. M'Clure, b Barrusa..... U M'Gan, c llillsdcn, b James . .% Gray^b McFtirlane........T..^ Kyder, c llillsdcu, b McFnrlanc I Footu, c llillsden, b Jamc« 0 M'Clure,b McFarlanc 7 . iOJX-i Coulstock [sub] not 7'All. » Sundries. .r . Total 159 . . CAKLTON.' " " V ' V 'First Innings*.'' 1 Second Innings." McT'nrlane, c W. M,Clurc, b ? . Blair. o c Runting.bA.M'Clure.v.^7 Murphy. c Blair, b M'Gan 0 llillsdcn, lbw.b M'Clure 0 Bishop, b M'Gau S run out............. ?. 7 J. Kem.erty, b Osborne...... 16 rim out.;...-.... 7 G. Kennedy, b M'Gan 4- c Blair, b A. M'Clur...

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GOLD ON EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

GOLD. ON EMERALD HILL. The possible: contingency of the Hill yot becoming . a goldfioicl soenis iiot;' so "remote as s'oihe persons' limy imagine. Iivtlio cutting in the'Market Be: serve, yesterday, gold was I'oundj and a specimen is, wn believe, in the hands of tlio Uovottgh authorities. There can be little doubt but, geo graphically speaking, the Hill has, at some time, formed tlio Delta, of an embouchure into tlio Uav, and it is by no means an improbability Hint a considerable deposit of detritus from tlio upper country, Svhethev: gold-bearing or not. we trill snot, pretend to say,, oxists at a depth overlaid by the subsccjueiit'depositions of silt, &c. It is a subject to which wo'sliall return iii our next issue. < when wo .shall"probably bo prepared with additional fuels and data, in support'of or against the Emerald; Hilligqldfickl theory.,.

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 30, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin Nimmo, Iflla, and Mouat.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

TMIIR \T D"HILti"POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 30, 1SG9. (Before McssrajMavtin; Jfinmio, Iflln, and Mouat.) An Old Offender..-CavoWwo ]3enfield,"aged 33, ivho'had a!very long-list*', of' previous1 convictions arrayed mgnmsfc ;her name,, was brought up for making use.of obscene and insulting language to tlnnnulrSti w.irl;;., .jl'ho ?.charge was^ proven,sand 'be wnr??oviler "I to pay a fine ol Jfc5 6s». -w til the slcernntivo of two'months imprisonment; .Drunkenness.-Mary Woods, aged 30, accused ofthis ollence, .was liberntei1 w tli a caution. . .. Matrimonial Grievances.-Joseph Perry, aged : tO, was charged with .'threatening tie life of his ivil'e., Defendant, it. seems, has becn 'in the habit of abusing lus wifo for a long time uiitil .it got quite unbearable. 11c was bound over to keep tlio peace for twelve months in his own recogni sance of ;G.lO.-John Clare was also proceeded against by his'wifo for similar behaviour, rind was bound over to keep tho pence for twelve mouths .in...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

Melbourne and Ho'bson's Say Hail-way. , TIME TABLE. ST. KiLDA ron 3iELBounyn. 7.40, 8.0*, 8.20*. 8.40*, 0.0*, 0.20», 9.40°, 10.0'. 10.15, 10.45,11.16*, 11.45 n.m. 12.15* 12.IJ. I.15, 1.45* 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15*, 3.45, 4.0, 1.20, 4,40, 5.0?,-5.20,'5:<10, 6.0, .6.15,. 6.45. 7.15*, 7,15, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45, 10.46* p.m. U5IEKA1D HILIi FOlt MELBOURKE. 7.45, S.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, 045, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20,11.50 tori. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.50. 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3.50, 1.5, 4.25, 4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 5.50,'7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 0.50, 10.52 p.m. j ?<J, . MEllJOUKXE J3MBBALD HILL. 8.0*, 8.20, 8;40,' 9.0, 0.20, 9.40*,' 10.0,10.30, ll.o, II.30. J2.0 a.m. 12.30, 1.0*, 1,30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30,'4.0*, :4-.20«;4.40«y<5.0», >5.20», 5.40*, 6.1'. 6.15®, 6.30,7.0j7.30*; 8.0, >8.30/- 9.34*, 10.34*, 11.14* p.lll. . ' .'kllEJiAM) ST.'K1X»A. 8.4, &24yS.44,;9.4, 9.24, 9.14, .10.4, 10.31, 11.1 11.34, a.m. , 12:4,12.34, 1.4;,li34, 2,1, 2.34, 3.4...

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