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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

HINTS OX) ADVERTISERS. Duix tiineBuro the very- best for ?' Advertisers. What litlle' is going on tlicy'get; while others .xare .grumbling tli'ov pay their wgr, .und with a ;iiewfj-ii]icr foj'.a lire-jjrcsei'vt'i', swim on the top ..of 1 lie water,'while others nimind.nro sinking.1 Tlii;plniVts..his. seed, and while lib . is lelftopii-g.liis corn and potatoes ure .growing. So with. advertising.! W'Wle- you ninj sleeping,.'or «it-irip, .or conversing, with one of your customers, .youKadvertisonuint iis being reud by hundreds and \nuu:Bndfl,.ol\porsons. who |never saw you, nor jin rd tf yoitr. bueiness, Jior ever would, hud it .j;ot" bam for'jyouv .uclvbrtismriont.appearing'iu-tho gajporr-Dr. 'Jolm CamjilM. ' V : iai people fce^a imin advertise they know iV ir busiui'ss lutti!,' and his advertising pro kS iii t C5j.it he is l:iot.abov.e business, but.muioua miscellaneous. MECHANICS* INSTITUTE, Emerald hui DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE, Tuesday Evening next, by local Amateur Club. " Raising the...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 15, 1868. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, and Martin, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

EMERALD IIILL POLICE COURT. , Saturday, August 15, 1868. . (Before Messrs. Nimmo, and Martin, J.P.'s.) "Pretty CocJcey " in Cdurt'.~3pha ITanley tom summoned" by X Frame' for 15s'.," tlio' value of a. cockatoo. Prom the evidence, it appeavod that a. mam named Bear, am- employe of plaintiff's, had disposed of tlie bird to the wife" of defendant, on '.lira master's account, whilst Mrs. Hanley was under ' the impression that Bear owned the bird, and had given it to her in lieu of some money whicli lie owed her. "VVlien plaintili'demanded a settlement of the account a few days afterwards she refused to pay for the " pretty cocker," which had since' departed to "that undiscovered country,, from whoso borne no traveller returns,"' in conscquenco? of liarving been testing the' palatable nature'of a quantity 'of green paint. 'Mrs. ffsiiiley stated that Bear had: frequently''promised to give her tu bird instead of the money." The bonch iuade am order for the amount,with,5s. costs. , :. Nuisa...

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UNDER THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

IINDEIi THE SUN. :SOIOMO>' said tii ere TOas nothing new. Ivotwith-; ..'Standing however much I nmy respect and admire .'Solomon and his savings, I cannot help diircring ?with hianas'Tegards this statement, for tho simple, but conclusiTo reason, that there <is nothing old. Is it not. a. well-known scientific fact that no'. ? created thing can be tlio samp to-day astitavas this time;twelve months ago? ..Created matter, superficially observed, presents tho appearanco of getting >old, but, in reality, it is just tho very reverse-it is undergoing a. change-it presents . a new aspect. Change is as much one of tho primary laws- of nat ure as attraction or gravita tion.- I remember, for instance, and J am not an ?old man, when . there was really an emerald hill ..situated.«xactly where there, this celebrated toivn now stands. We have-liero, then,:a great change, something, .indeed, quite now. It is said that .circumstances alter cases. Certain it is however, that circumsta...

Publication Title: Record
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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL.. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

KOUJCfi) AISFD ABOUT' THE BILL.. I A3ta tolerably quiet, middle-aged ratepayer of the Hill, slightly bilious at timoa, much given to' walks round the Hill'with, and conversations to, arr old acquaintance- of mine-my walking, Btick-a pleasaufc companion,' a good listener,' which never' replies inopportunely. In these walks I have' much-time for observation, reflection and compa rison between the present and past of the Hill, and to make deductions .from what I see, which I shall be happy to place at the disposal of the' jRecord, It is impossible to avoid contrasting the Hill with the transpontine-Babylon. _\Ve are a quiet hamlet-looking place, many of "our earlier buildings already blue-moulded with age, very different from tho smart, newly-painted,. ever being-altered-and-repairod Melbourne. Our very' cats bask in verandahs and other sunny spob=, fearless of canine interruption, or the o^cj.ion ablo 'Shanghai,' lately put down by the i .h-jb >if the Borough Council-more honor to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Borough of Emerald Sill. TENDERS will be received until 7.30 p.m., on Monday, 2ittli August prox.,~for executing the following Public Works:- ^ 1. - For Korbing and Channelling Raglan-street. 2. For Completion af, Church-strect'. *#* Specifications, &e., at council offices* 'JAMES EVILLE, . .. . ' 1 Town Clerk.. JEmerald llilV, August 13, 18G8. ... Soroush of Emerald. Sill. . NOTICE. "VTUMEROUS complaints having been made of ?jJH| the nuisance caused by '. PI as . - : ewned by several. residents, the- Borough Council of Emerald Hill liavo instructed the Inspector of Nuisances to strictly carry out. aud enforce the provisions of Bye-law No. 26 on and' after tlio First day of September By order," . JAMES btitJjE, Town Clerk. Stncrald Kili, SOlh July, 18G8.. Borough of Emerald Sill. ANNUAL ELECTION. ' I doclare tlio following gentlemen to Bo duly elocted as Councillors of the Borough of Emerald .Hill:- " ' EoyJ CHARLES, Solicitor, Moray-street. . TIsistlethwaite, WILLIAM, Land ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Business Addresses, &.C. 'fieslg&s, Plan?, and Specifications of | " '' ? DwoUiags and Public Buildings Prepared, and their erection superintended, by j r J. E. BUTLEB, Aeohiteot, '{Of many years English experience) .ijQffice:-Messrs. Nathan <fj" 'Durham, Clarendon | if, .) .Street, Emerald Bill. V S. D. XZAiTXXA.N, .' Accountant, &c., .-49 PARK STREET, EMERALD HILL. t> b -V Tradesmens' Books and, Accounts made-up.] of Sale, Agreements, &c. drawn on tiho | . U »« shortest notice. JiS k t l't v.'< y ? GO i'\pH s»«Sj ImhHP .vW rn r .::0 ?w ?Pn CO EC »?» e . 6 ;W "W CO * OC * LU g « § ce = CO CO C£ LU a. cc fi 0 0 $ & I H ti J. W. MITCHENEK, & CO., " Manufacturers of every description erf WINDOW BLINDS, : - 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL, j .Old Blinds re-painted, taped, &c. Orders by post punctually I ^ attended to. X>. SARGE3ANT, ' UW% TAILOZ, . - 516 CL A REND OtfiSTREET, EMERALD HILL. £3 0 0 10 0 .40 ...

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A WHALING COMPANY FOR VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

A "WHALING- COMPANY FOE , VICTORIA. THE Shipowners' Association, a very 'useful body of men, with the aid' of a smart secretary,a sort of chief officer; who, leaves little for the Captains to.do; a short 'time since brought up their report upon maritime matters in general-inter alia, utterly condemning the General Steam Navigation Board as effete and' useless representing old fogyism and old woman hood instead of competence and vigor and suggesting: the appointment of a Marine Board selected from various bodies interested, thus affording a fair re presentation for all ,and ensuring an impar tial consideration of, any matter brought before them. They also referred to an, industry much before the public juBt at present, viz: the formation of a "WTialing Company. This, they undertake to de clare not practicable, on the grounds ofi not being able to find any competent person to manage such, an enterprise, ap parently ignoring the fact that their enquiry must:lmve been of a very limited ...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1869. EMERALD HILL REDIVIVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2Olh, 18G&. . EMERALD HILL EEDIVIVENS. -THE 2v ETC. MUNICIPAL -1 EAE has, we arc pleased,to see, commenced auspiciously for.. tJio' ratepayers, and our- Borough representatives have evidently laid them selves out to do something for the Hill,, and. on their first day. of office they have waited upon the Hon. Mr. C'. E. "J'taes1 in order to see if nothing can be done ,in the shape of erecting wharves south of Yarra, in fact, as it were, forming , the nucleus of the Dock accommodation which sooner or later will occupy a large portion of1 these swamps. It would be presumptive folly to believe that our remarks of last week had.any stimulative tendency to. this attempt to utilise the '? advantages we possess, and we would rather accept it as a mere fortuitous coin cidence; It is; in any case, a step in the right direction, and it is to be hoped that the spirit of energy may be maintained, and that other attempts at improvement will follow, and even if all are mot...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

ItelVourno and Hokson's Bay RailwM ? TIME TABLE. ' BT. KILDA Foil MELBOURNE. 7.40, 8.0*, 8.20*, 8.40*, 9.0*, 9.20*, 9.40*, 10.0', 10.16,10.45,11.15*, 11.45 a.iu. 12.15*, 12 Si, '.."j; I.15, 1.45*, .2.15*, 2.45, 3.15*,' 3.45, 4.0, 4.20, || 4.40,,5.0*, 5.20, 5:40, 6.0,0.15, 6.45, 7.15*, 7.43, || 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.45 p.m. || . , EMBBAM niMi FOB. MELBOUEh-E. P 7.45, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, '9.45, 10.5, 10.20, g 10.50,11.20,11.50 a.m. 12.20,; 12.50, 1.20,1.60, || 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3.50, 4.5, 4.25, 4.45, 5.5, 5.25, fs 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 5.50,,7.20, 7.50, 8.20,,8.50, 9.60, g 10.50 p.m. % MELBOUEXE FOB' EJIEEAZD HIM. | 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40*, 10.0,10.30,11.0, S II.30,12.0 n.'m. 12.30,1.0*,: 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 5? 3.30,4.0*, 4.20*,. 4.40*, 5.0* 5.20*, 5.40*, 6.0, t; 6.15*,' 6.30,'7.0, 7,30* 8.0, 8.30, 9.30*, 10.30', « 11.40* p.m. |j ... ,, EMEKALD: .HILL; POE BT. KIIJJA. ? jj 8.4, 8:24, 8.44,::9.4,; 9124, 9^ r'10.4/ 10.34, 114 f 11.34 a.m.:;,12.4,:12'.34,1.4,:l.34,&lt...

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THE ESTIMATES FOR 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

THE ESTIMATES FOB 1SGS Tette to our. promise of non-interference in any politics, except thoso of general interest," we have "bo far kept free from tho'so topics-nor does our present noticei refer to. other ..than. that. cliaract^r....ofi pontics, which addresses itself to all^-iz):; the,breeches pocket .politics, .and,we do! I so without intending to draw attention; to" the. shortcomings, .or extravagance of; any particular ministry-or set of men, buti simply to enter ourprotest against thoreck less_ expenditure-entirely put"of propor tion' to our 'revenue-which, if continued from year to year, will most assuredly entail'tlie necessity of increased taiatfbii. " ',¥e 'do not, in these' remarks,'intent!'to refer, to. the , special disbursements., .for public works, ;of which there is a fair and colorable.'belief of their being at. some period'remunerative, or at any. rate 'self-' ''supporting;''and it, is only fair that the burden'of these .works bf public utility, Bhouli bo. distrib...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

EC P.APS. AN ANSWER.-The Hev. Dr. Mnson stopped to :read a theatrical placard, which attracted his at tention. Cooper, the tragedian, coming along, said to him, " G-ood morning, sir-do ministers of the Goapol read such things ?" " Why not. sir ?" said the doctor j " ministers of the gospel liavo a right to know what the devil is about, as well as other folks."

Publication Title: Record
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

'? Local, intolligonco. "Wo. find with considerable pleasure, that \;> Record has received official recognition bvt Saiidridgc Borough authorities, as the local ors of information-this is.un encouraging proof, the necessit y for a local paper did exist, and lis, our-usefulness in supplying such desideratum, if appreciated,, as well by. the people's stewards >,*" tho peoplo themselves,-and it will be no fault f! tlio":proprietary if th'o Record does not eontfaS to bo a locally popular disseminator of iafomj tion» '. , il In reply toi a question from Mr" Longmore, a V* lion. Minister of Justice said, on ( Tuesday cir.k inEiilhat from the plain rending of the Laud Us only' those Volunteers' who wero "enrolled at fefc passing of tho Act were' entitled" to tho Idg Grout} pf .H f H K V; i : Wo^tc informed,; that in conscquenco,;of i»t§§ merous requests ihe'comnutlce of the Jlechntitt'R In^tittrio?are1nm£ing''armngement8 for 3ilr. Walts® Montgomery to'give 'another, of liis Select^Rc...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 22, 1868. (Before Messrs. Martin and Nimmo, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

EMERALD HILL POLICE' COURT. Saturday, August 22, 18G8. (Before Messrs. Martin and Jfimmo,, J.F.'b.) uS'ejlected Children.-Elizabeth Kelly was sum moned to show cause why slie should not contri bute towards the maintenance of her son who is on board the training ship. In answer to ques tions from Sergeant Ellis, she deposed that eho had three houses-one she occupied herself, and the other two were lot for 9s. each per week. She had to pay £3 per month to the Third Union Building Society. She did work with a sewing machine, and sometimes got a little money from home. Sirs. Kelly also stated that she went to the City Police Court herself and obtained per mission from Mr. Stiirt to send her son on board tho ship. A lady advised her to go to Mr. Sturt because " thore was such a lot of humbugging on tho Hill"-a sentiment not at ull appreciated by their worships. Slio wished to got the boy out of tho Bhip, as she thought she would be able to support him at home, but she would not be able t...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, August 20th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

|;.--..SAi;DUIDaElBOROlJG-li:*icbUNCiL.' | fMii in '-'nThursdayf August 20th;;1368. I ./Present':-Tub Mayor, (W. Men-ley,' Esq.), in j the chair/ and Councillors May, Plummer, Kelly, Poolm'aiij Crockfovcl,' Jolinsoii, and Cur Lid. ; Councillors Poolman, May, and Johnson, the ! reeonfcly. elected members of i the Council, having been duly installed, tho minutes of the 1 oat-meet ing .wer? read , and confirmed.; " : ?; COBllESrOSDESCE. . tThc. following letters Were read: I . From the proprietor of, tho, Mecord, asking, that the municipal advertisements might be inserted thcroin.'! Cr. Kelly commented on the advantgao to the . district. of a-cheap, local ^newspapor,^ and moved that all tho ; Council's advertisements should bo inserted in tho,;itecorrf. ' Cr. Curtis seconded. _ Tho -Mayor said, he supposed that Cr. Kelly1' meant- such 'advertisements as Had' been,;given,, to former; local < .publications," as. on some occasions. the; weeklyjpaper would not answer the purpose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

HINTS TO ADVERTISERS. EMPIOTEHS m EMPLOYED. . 1 ' In yiow of tho difficulties experienced fcyi.tho employers of labor and tkoso seeking employment id. effecting engagamenta by the existing .Very;u£^ satisfactory method,, tho . proprietary, of.,'.tlio BECOKD will be lwppy to; insert " WASTEBS" at. a merely nominal cost (tho expense of composition) -Employers, Is.; Servants, Gd. . . WAKTED.-A' BOLLEB-BOY (experienced ( one preferred. .Apply office, of .this paper. Amusements. : SHIP HOTEL FREE CONCERT HAIL, BAY- STREET, SANDBIDGE. THIS EVENING And Every Evening during tlio "Woelc, , ]?ABCES, GLEES, SONGS, DUETTS, &C., : 'W1TII A BUDGET or COWCICAI.ITIES I 1 Commence at half-past Sovon. , ALL DBINKS AT BAB PBICES. . C. C. SHARP, PiioPiUETOE. . Miscellaneous. CEO. TROUD Begs to inform tlio inhabitants of Emorald Hill and Sandridgo tliat ho lias succeeded E. Catlin, as . >Camer, to and from Melbourne, aml'trusts, by strict attention to business, and moderato charges, to sccurc...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 24th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL.1 Monday, August ? 2.4th, 1868 Present:-(Mayor) W. Thistlethwaito, "Esq.,"' tvncl Councillors Ireland,1 Nimmo, Hoy, ' Ste d Sandilauds, Skeats, Ward,' and Whitcman. MINUTES.. Minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. . , - . ., ......... I ." NEWLY-ELECTED Cottn'Cit/LOHS. Tho newly:pleeted Councillors (Thistlctliwaite, Roy and-Whitcman), read and jsigned the usual : declarations.'' ''' : :. COKKESPOND-ENOE.; ' '? 1 " . The Town Clerk! read the'following letters ., From the Control Board ofHealth, stating that, having had under, consideration the superintend ing inspector's report ou his last inspection of tho sanitary condition.of tho borough, they desired to bring under the.notice of, tho Council the necessity of:ihaving a proper outlet for the. drainage water which (lows . down Clarendon and Cecil streets, between tlic Sandridge road and the railway fence; > and suggested that pitched drains should bo laid, along the interior curvo of...

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Inquests. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

X&Quests. INQUESTS.-The district coroner held an inquest at the Napoleon III. Hotel, Bank-street, on the body of Thomas Glass, baker, aged thirty-four years. Deceased, who had bcon in the employ of Mr. Balleny for some time, had just partaken of a meal before starting work, about twelve o'clock on Friday night, when he was observed to fall down, and appeared to bo dying. Br. Clavey was sent for, but when ho arrived life was found to be extinct. A post mortem examination having bcon made, it wii9 ascertained that death was caused by a rupture of the heart, and a verdict was returned in accordance with tho medical testimony.-Oh Monday last, an inquest was held at tho Napier Hotel, Sandridge-road, on tho body of Nathaniel Jolly, a drayman in the employ of Sir. Lang, lime merchant. Deceasod had been complaining for somo time, and diod suddonly about three o'clock on Monday morning. Dr. Iflla made a post mortem examination, and stated that death bad been caused by tho rupture of ...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 20, 1868. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

SA^DIi-IDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 20,.1868. (Before Mr. 0. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.1V) Dnmkenness.-John McCrrath, charged with being'drunk and disorderly, was fined os., with Is. GJ. cub hire, or, in default, threo days' impri sonment.-John Harvey, Henry Dommet and Hugh Byrne, similarly charged, were cach mulcted in tuo sum of 5s'.', with the alternative of twenty four hours' imprisonment. Absent Without Leave.-A young man named John B. Johnston was charged with absenting himself from his ship (Beatrice), without leave. It appeared from the evidence of tlio'chicf oflicer (Mr. JJyc) of tlio ship that the prisoner was a very wild young man, and had beon away from the vessel for several days, without permission to go on shore at all. The accused was sent to gaol for seven days. Trespass.-Michael Dolling, a cabman, was Binninoned at the instnnco of Mr. George Hume, juastur of the Mclbourno and Hobsons's Bay Unitod Eailway Company's station at Sandridgo, for . driving...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

Borough' of Emerald Eili. NOTICE. T^T" UMEROUS complaints having boon made of JJN tho nuisance caused by PIGS. owned by several residents, the Borough Council of Emerald Hill have instructed tho Inspector of Nuisances to strictly cany out_ and,enforco the. provisions of Bye-Law No. 26 on and after tho -?First day of September W - By.order, . ??? ? " - ' JAMES EYILLE, " y... Town Clerk. .EmeraldSill,''ZOth' 1868; " , ; r . Borough. iOf Sandridgo. -- WANTED, a SUPERINTENDENT and tlireo MEN,' for the Municipal Eire Brigade.: Applications (in writing) will be received until 5 p.m. This day, 27tli inst. Particulars at the Borough-chambers. EDWARD CLARK, Town Clerk.. ? August 24th, 1868. Sandridge Presbyterian Church. .; ANNIVERSARY SERVICES-SABBATH,: . ' 30th INST.' ; Eorenoon b E y:... J .. w... i N g.L.i s. j ? . .Afternoon-r . . .. f. . ; B E V. W.' D'. 'L*BL E AN. | .. :.'Evening--' ::I - ! v.; B E Y. -D B.~ C A.IRN S.: ". - | . TEA MEETING-1Tuesday'Evening, at Seven; o'clock: - Rev....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 August 1868

rfr'n Business Addresses, &.c. Seslgrns, Plans, and Specifications of /y,V Dwollings and rubllc Buildings "Prepared, and tlicir erection superintended, by , J. E. BUTLER, Aechitect, >y ' (Of many yenrs English cxperiencc) ".Mice:-Messrs. Nathan Sf Durham, Clarendon ?' Street, Emerald Sill. S. D. NATHAN, Accountant, Sec., 49, PARK STREET, EMERALD HILL. ___ tYFTradesmens' Books and Accounts made-up.] > Bills of Sale, Agreements, &c. drawn on the ' y{>, v shortest notice. ' ^EAYSON? BROTHSil^>* (ESTABLISHED 1854) DRAPERS^ SILK MERCERS, & OUTFITTERS, ABB NOW SNOWIXA THEIE SPRZSTG GOODS ! NOVELTIES nr DBESSES, MANTLES,.BOSKETS, HATS, &O. 140 & 142 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD SILL. J, W, MITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BUNDS, k 1 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. D. SARGEANT, tiM TAILOR, V16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. veed Suits, -to measure, from ... £3 0 0 "jjTweed Trousers ... ... ... 1 $ 0 '"'^srS...

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