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Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Crickot. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. ? .'Xlio.sccoiicl eleven of the locul club pvocceded to Colliugwood on the 23rd January for the purpose of playing tlic Commercial Club, but the utatehlmd to bo abandoned in eonsequeuco of tlio roughness of the ground. Ono or two of the nion having been seriously hurt, the South Melbourne captain handed over a ball and de clined to continue the game. Annexed arc the scores COLLl.fGWBOP COilMKUCIAL. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings* Williams, lbvr, b Baker 0 Johnson, c Allan, bDanby 7 Murray, blJigncU;,........., 21 Wyman, b Baker ............ 5 not out 16 I'arrattjb Baker 2 Swan, c Hare, b Dauby... 1 Tulmage, b Baker 1 Smart^bDrinby,.., 4 Swift, b Dunby 2 not out..13 Burgess, not out H Smirp, b Bjgncll............ 1 Sundries..,..; 31 Sundries 9 Total 81) Total 33 SOUTH MKLllOUHNi:. ' J. Chessell, c aud b Y/ymun 0 Danby. ieiircd hurt..... 0 Alien, b Yfymair. 10 ttaker, e anu b NVyumn 1 Hure, b Wymutk 1 Hunting, b Johnson Stewart, b Wymun 5 Crowl, o Swim...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1869. FIAT JUSTITIA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1869. FIAT JUSTITIA. WITHIN the last few weeks we have had the unpleasant fact thrust upon us that one of our Government institutions of which the, members arc fairly remune rated and which,further* costs the State a considerable sum in maintenance and general - supervision, is not 'all that could be wished,, and there ;is. some thing ' rotten 5 therein. TVc .allude to the loss of the ' Formosa,' and the developed fact that, without the exi-; gential circumstance'of very .heavy weather, the entrance' to Port Phillip was for many hours left without a j>ilot' vessel, , and v the - little : cfJFormosa "? might have been a'i Government; emi gration ship with 400 or .500 passen gers 011 board, when a large number of lives would have.inevitably:been, lost, and public feeling wrought -up to the i highest pitch would have joined in one exccrative howl against-not only the Captain-but the Pilots; in the pre sent case, the sick passenger was cgot on shore with diffic...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 13, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Sandilands, Haig, Mouat and Nimmo.). [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

f'" ?--rnt-fn-ttrtj-Haj/i&i -P.OiLIGE-,,: j ^.-ttfliiudo'^lJJBXv.kava vaJiikmt littlefig^d. cW&j^Jwkli! 8if«58^foTpJo rutrf from' .the /I'/viWqj/^q^gc^rHg^^. Ifc'appearcd; thatf tli&xgit^hqdjbeeii^^ v&gdtt.the.dioMjbi^^ aft^iifihejjliali^^e't^cjjtl^gmiejyWji.s, n^ssedoifiTkei, d^p^^v,^'[fou^La,, at M<&. '©laref&^hergjthp-j pnspner.. had solfcUit forols.-.;: The little dehnquent pleaded guilty, and was sent to the, re formatory.'at iA.bbotsforcl .for five years. . '?'' 'Abusive Lcmgiigge.-f3xa\e Ske'rry alias' Barker^was summonecl for using obscenen'aiid abusiye, language ; to;, a, person' named Long. ; The, charge .was; proven;' and .defendant,^vas, ordered to; pay-a fine- of 40s. in. default,, ,to g:o to galoMor fourteen ^ clays .with liar d ;lab or., "0-Neigh lor's s-A gai^.^rr^lnx tha Thomas VJ^Helen fMaliery information "to bind to the .peace.; t i Gomplaiiiant stated .that defendant was', coiitirnially. . .annoying her-...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

OUR POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS : T ' V .('T ? R. I Wk know of 7io higher standari'd of: , civilization than that of, the . ready > communication of intelligence whether, telegraphic, written or printed, and in this particular ;we have had lor years to notice a progressive improvement, keeping:pace With our population aiul: social advancement. We at one time thought it well- if the- return of post from this colony to England was,' un der exceptionally i'ortuitous circum stances, effected in six months, there has since come the days of the P. & 0. and now defunct Panama line with their rapid Suez or Chagres routes,' and yet in the present 'time, .with all1, appliances,and favorable circumstances;' in a community of14,000 souls, a letter coming not more than a mile or two,' takes several hours in transitu for lack of a deliverer, i.e., that the' work of at least lour men, if done effectively' is thrust upon only, two, and that the ]mb]ic, of Emerald Hill suffer. The taxpayers of Em...

Publication Title: Record
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STEAM. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

STEAM. To the Editor of The Record. Watts they say, learnt something from the domestic tea-kettle which has since been of some importance to mankind. Allow me to call the attention of the practically minded to something supple mentary about steam and tea-kettles-* subjectto be reasoned upwards-let any . employertest the character of steam pro?'? duced from/jwe rain water, as compared with that from spring, or even Yan Yean contaminated from vegetable, mineral and chemical association, and I am inclined to believe, that he will at once save every drop of fresh and uncontaminated rain water for boiler purposes. I do not allude to its effect to 'furring,' or otherwise, but simply as to expansive development, and I trust my brie| notice of thefactwill call more experimental attention to the sub ject, which like many other matters ' may have someting in it,' at any rate [ it may be very easily tried. s.w.v.

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Melbourne.. and Hobson's Bay Railway. frn\rE .table. ? ST. K1L1)A FOB MELBOUUXE. 7.'10, 8.0*, 8.20*,8.40*, 9.0*-'9.20*, 9.40*, 10.0\ 10.15,10.45,? 11.15*, 11.15 ii.iii. ; 12.15*, 12.15. I.15, '1.45*, 2.15*.''2.45, '3.15*, 3.45, 4.0, 4.2V, ?1,10, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, G.O,. 0.15, 0.45, 7.15*, 7,15, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.40* i>.n'i. EJIEltALD HILL l'OIt 3IEMJ0UIIXJJ. 7.15, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, 9.45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11.50 a.m. 12.20, 12.50, L20,1.50, 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3.50,. 4,5, 4,25, 4,45, 5.5, 3.25, 5.45, 0.5,0.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, il.OO, 10.52 p.m. ,:i'? MKLIlOUliNi: TOR EMERALD JUL L. 8.0* 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 0.40*, 10.0,10.30, 11.0, II.30,' 12.0 aim. 12.30, 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0* 2.30,#.0 3.30, 4,0*, 4.20*, .4,40* 5.0* 5.20*, 5/10*, 0.0, 0.15* 0.30, 7.0, 7.30* 8.0, 8130, 9.31®, 10.31', 11.44* p.m. . KirwtAT/D iiilt, rem "siv kilua. 8.4, S.24, 8.41, 9.4. 9.21., 9.11, 10.4, 10.31, 11.1, 11.3 1 a.m. 12.4, 12.34, 1.4, 1.34,: 2.4, 2.31, 3.1 3.34, 4.4, 4.24, 4,4...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLONIAL FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

COLONIAL FEDERATION. THE contingency of the various Aus tralian colonies yet amalgamating or; federating for purposes of.general bene- , fit is by no means so remote; a one' as might hare been supposed some years since. There can be no doubt that, in some matters-postal for fiscal-it is highly advisable to form a combination. Each colony for example cannot aftord to maintain a mail service for : itself alone, and supposing differential im port or export duties existj the cost of a preventive service on the; various frontier coasts and harbors, will be such as to nullify the benefits as a matter of revenue, and to yet fail in protective efficiency, besides being ; a very un popular service, and probably leading to much lawlessness, violence and even bloodshed, without any practical sup pression of the trade as long as it con tinued remunerative. The Melbovu-ne Chamber of-Com merce has adapted a series of. resolu tions to this end,' and "the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce has spoken out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Miscellaneous. J. COLCLOUGII & CO... 7 Wholesale aaA Family Grocers, "Wine, Spirit, and Produce Merchants, 165 & 167 CLAREXDO^..STREET, MIKltAKD HIM,. All.orders punctually attended to. I>. SARGrEANT, .T TAILOll, .. 1G CLAREKD02S7 STREET, EMERALD HILL. Twciul Suits, to measure, from ... £3 0 0 [Tweed Trousers, ... ... ... 0 J? . Suit Black Eroadclotli ... ... u u Gentlemen's own material made-up in superior style. OUT-DOOR SALES CONDUCTED S.D. NATHAN, Auctioneer, 2sew Rooms anil Offices CORNER CLARENDON & GRANT STS. Houses Let, Rents Collected, and Insurances effected at the lowest rates. Money to lend in any sums. ' ?? ? ANTIPODEAN . PAWjSt AND LOAN". OFFICE, 213 Bourke Street East. MflXEY ADVANCED on application on nil kinds of Vnlu alilc I'roncrtv, Reversionary Interests, Bills, Legacies, anil Dills of imliug. LOANS from £1-jiiul upiviirOs on I'c.'so/.nl security, and mnv be Kepaul by A eekly Instalincnts. _ Air 'MARKS, the proprietor, respccUutly notil...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

$*fj| Business Addresses, &c. J^wTmitchener & co~ jWaiiuliietnra's of every description ol" 'INDOW BLINDS, LIS 0LAWM)02S STREET, A>'3> 10 JOHN STREET, aSMETUI® HILL. i)d Winds re-painted, taped, &e. Orders by post jmnetuuUv attended to. MRS. SW/VIS3VS? £hoap Drapery and Boot Establishment, Dresses and nil kinds of work done by Machine, iit the shortest notice. ALSO, Registry Office lor Servants, }?!) OIjAREXBOIs' STBISE'IV .-SOUTH. CHARLES LANGHAM, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, ZOX Clarendon Street Soutli, ? (Next Kecomj O/ficc.) Auivcs, Scissors, Axes, mid Razors ground, set, and repaired. S. TYLER'S lair-catting, Shaving, and Shampooing Saloon, 145 CL All EXP ON STREET, xj:xT tii'js jumis. ? [Ifiiir-cufting, Od. .Shaving, yd. Shampooing, Is. Boys' Hair-cutting, Hd. . . lta/.ors, Knives, and Scissors ground ami set. THOMAS DOWNXE, - [rANCY '.BEEAD & BISCUIT BAKBRj 191 CIiARENDOW STREET, / | . E.UERAM> llWi. , Jlrcttd delivered in all'purl...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

?? ROUND AND ABOUT THE JIJLL. W]3 have been very for tuna 1c with, our i volunteers as .. to. .'''.promiscuous shoot ing," and :.less: some narrow escapes at St. Kilda, and .a few other casualties, under'a gracious Providence we have got through pretty well, but it ccrtainly does give: me some nervous qualms when I meet with our. gallant defend ers with their lighting irons and a small: magazine of cartridges in their pouch, knocking about with their pipes and cigars among the less warlike portion of the '.community en route for the Butts Station and it is' equally an noying to see anci/<?<??'how dominantly they take their, seat and ground arms oh the toes of their vis a vis. I would suggest that the warriors should be' placed in a department' by themselves 7-this applies also to the smokers, who, in spite of the provision by the Rail way Company'; of a smoking carriage, still outrage'the decencies, and annoy their; fellow passengers by smoking^ execrable tobac...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, February 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Ejlekatj) ilihT, 'Eoiioucar tCou^Gir,. Monday, February 15. 1SG9; Present:-The Mayor, and Councillors Thistlethwaite, Stead, Skeats, Roy, , jSIimmo, Ward,. Ireland and White-, mail. s *? ' The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. COI:HI-;SI'OXWJV>'C.K. From the Town Cleric of Newstead shire^ stating that it having been found that heavy demands are made upon the funds of local bodies through the pro visions of the present Lunacy Statute,: and requesting the co-operation of .the Council through the member for the district, in the Assembly to obtain as early as possible such an alteration as shall shift the burden committed with the examination of .lunatics i'rom local revenues to -the- general revenue.-Re ferred ? to Councillor. Whitcman, 'M.P., on the motion of the Mayor. From the Town Clerk, Prahran, John Craven, stating that the Council of that borough were desirous of hav ing a road made through the < Albert: Park from the junction of the Com mercial-road...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 February 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. M'DONALD.-On the 13th inst., at the Cale-   donian Hotel, Emerald Hill, the wife of Maurice M'Donald of a son.   MARRIAGES.   BLACK.-BORROWMAN.-On the 12th inst., at   the residence of the bride's mother, 6 Bridport-   street, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Hugh Darling, James Black, youngest son of Mr. Robert Black, late of Innernethy, Perthshire, Scotland, to   Jessie Laidlaw Borrowman, youngest daughter of the late George Borrowman, Esq., of Hawick, Scotland, and grand-daughter of the late Wm. Laidlaw, sen., Esq., of the firm of William Laid law and Sous, manufacturers, Hawick. CLINKSKEL.-DAY.-On the 16th inst., at the Sandridge Manse, by the Rev. J. W. Inglis, W. M. Clinkskel, master of the brig Magnet, to Harriet Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. William Day, West Geelong.        

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

CliAI'TEll jV. PASSING.?'over..-:the preliminary tlif-v Acuities of! securing apassage; 'Merton considering it advisable, " though a sailor, \to go as a passenger, the pro i curing^ the necessary "wanted and not wanteds on ?<the voyage,' behold tlie two friends on board the fast sailing frigate /built,- coppered, and, copper fastened ship, Bhurtpore, Captain H. G. 'Kaon, bound to Melbourne.. Mer ton had engaged second cabin accom modation, and they had an opportunity of seeing the pandemonium which the passenger ship of the period presented for the few days before the voyage, drunken men, drabby, limp females," and uncared for children struggling helpless amongst 'boxes, "water-casks ?and other impedimenta, till they had, as "Mr. Collard,: the mate, / termed it,' igot shaken into their places. The eu tvy upon the North Sea at the ]S! ore, sent the majority and most of the noisiest to their bunks. A night and day in the Downs afforded, Merton an opportunity of looking once...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Home at Last; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

GM» «T '|PHSJ; A .TAIL 01% BOT.II LLLMISI'IIJJJU'I. ,l'J3r",KELlVJ ' _ _ClI.U"i'ER III. THB-iTOnie1Joft'imrid^iEder»iw-liich;'lh.e/ left the Oaks was, oncpiiot, to , be en vied, and lie plunged madly along the road^'cliafing^'MghtfiiUyJ at-'j-what the' considered ' tlie idiollo wu'hcar techiess> ;of woman, asking himself- why did : she allow 'inc . to ^deceive, myself: and build1 up a ...hope-only... tol.be. thus ? rudely demolished? -'and^hcpbitterly'Tepeatcd. Byron's'hnes: l^,)| ,"i ' 1 ' ,, "1 ^/Woman's faithaiid,.woman!stni3t, > "Write thoiclmraotoi'3 .niiclust, riy. 'ii " Stain)) tlicm.lit the I'uniiiiig.stt'oam, . . . ,,l^'int'tlicm'-onrtiheniioonjSjpala ibcvm,kJT ?? ".'AiidcacheYanOaceut'lcttcr 'i f Shallbo^oloorori'lirmoivibottoi'i'. And moroipormitnenfjJ ween,:;«i " Than the thing these letters moan. . : . " I liavo stretched.tlie' spider's.web " 'Gainst the promise of a maid; .' P hiive .weighed n/grain of 'sand -. -!9-i ij " 'Gainst her plight-of-heart and hand.";??...

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Monday February 22, 1869. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

.r!Mufiday,,,Fchuat //!'22, rl'S69. 7/(J3efofaJMr. C." and, . ins jujii.j i_ri> -n .. nit i?: 1o M-- j,oi Mi- SwulloAVVJ..1-) n.v:i i </>t ^ven-; 'j5''%-four.r]ioiu-s'dmin-isoinneiit>j'i9x,"/,i)eiiigj /r/^unk^andli'"dis6rderiy-^in,o'tHef>'lpiiblic, . Jiendingi.' cpnstab] c, jiyliil cs Jiit .tliej^xp 6u n . tion of liis duty. For the fir.stv.Qffence he was ordered to pay a fine of 5s;; in r ilcfauliS/Vo1 g$''tOv gaolj'ibr' .{jronty'-fbiir ,'ifonrs.' toiler, was arretted fo¥rUeing elfiiii'li "h'c 'seized hold o^'ili'e Vmd'tore his'.'raiiform; ^.Ic"\vas!ordercd [to pay a'fine^of 10s. -\v'itlx,Ts!\6d/fdam-. L'aares,with th'e alternative of one.weeks vfimr.-ifi .irrroii ». /cm! >'u t.ui c « imprisonment '. KTU&I&'ti* ? ">?! I .'r-Tii t;-"-ivr - i i«i .

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 1S, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison and Shallow) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

J<i>£ °TImrsda'y, Febniary lS]'J1869,. j Jy .vnicviur wifim -.it | (Before Messrs. Mollison and Shallow) nuit *Sydneyr>-.\BindSi-7rrTwo ogids/named ^uiJane* HoltoniiahdyAugustajDaTifc,; oil' ii ^rcmarid'frpriiiWilliamstoAviry worcfoliiUc! \ii;iged';witli bceiivneglocted'chiUlrcn.! I It; i/ii appears thatfthcy;have parents in( Syd .jymejkbutjhadvruWaway.^fromwthemfbc-' cause tliey could-not gefcallctheiunown way. -They;_called-upou the captain oi.one of^licysteamcrs, and,.told ,hnn a In* longo<tal6uabout.')! iqtheir;rnnsioi tunes;"' i' rand1 'stated''-that?5*they«had1 'driends i in*; ^Melbourne.!The 'unsuspecting . 'cap-,: - , tain was induced .to, bnngi them "to!; ':"':1Melbournc'J-lori: a« singleviaro.'aVtlJhctfr stay,-here]^however: -..was :very 'short; trn ,for,, telegrams jhavmg.^beeiuiorwarded/ I'thcy.iiweie ancsted as, soon as they .-^arrived.''-1 1'Theyj; stated'(their*'willuig i^ij/ncss^'to,., ^gp^back"/^ i .' i <-D e_te c t ly e ^; C a...

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Garden, Operations for the Month. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

do<>}'j'lte'jo I'.»H . ... Garden^ Operations for, the Monti 'iVHf ?v.'ltt) J)||!On<? -Viiioa ,o; \ r . . FEBRUARY. This is always regarded as tiio driest wonllic Olie year. 15ut little reliance cnri'be placed upo: [crops,,from seedisojvn^durmg.tliis month. "Water ing A\-ill bo required, and. this should be apjilirJ 1 not1 nt (ho'ncuks'bf tlio'plnhfcs merely but lijajJ ; (tlic'oxtrcmitms>of<thoiroots.-,,;A cool moist posi- : tion.of thc-i'oot8(.is just,the life of lliem, and ' ongh t to bo particularly atteiuled to 'at this scmi. Anmtcm'sf.oltch^'Hvon'der lio\v-">it"is tlmt man; »plnnl;s which tirf, lively cuougli ill. spring die at this season, llie reason is obvious; through tin above Jdii'cetions'iiot' being attended to. 'FMxnsii'CfXieiasx'.-iiuy vacancies left'in (lis 'borders or (beds niviiiy( bu I iillcd"; up -ivitii plants. ' :,Cpnj^iiua thinning; tying up the plants, rlcariu; away dead r stems and saving' seeds, Fuchsias !. gone t&am...

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correspondence. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

hi '!0i !vj.i! icorrespondence.' --To the Editor of T'lte,.Record. '"'Sn,-I am(°oing to ask of jou a t question,'' which is not* Wended'bow i'cvei\''as'an'riitei,rogatiycprior-to coflccj i and-pis'tols, and I do not AVish j ou to, compromise'.your editorial:position-and, reputation for. se'cictivenesa and honoi i .by returning me an.answei, as my ques tion is' raally suggestive of an,answer, as( 'soon1 as 'propounded. '-I'want to knW, what sorfot- a nondescript'this '' Causr. tic is-\\lio his been' lucubiatmg us rEmeiald Highlanders with 'his dieai> i "wit'in-last' week's :is*suc of 'The.Record,. 'I'want to analyze1' him/'and set at-rest, 'the-many"conjecturesHhafr have "been jnade by your l eaders as - to - the ' habits, andrliabitat' of this! local Diogenesri 11 , read'1 Ins pap'ei' with mingled 'feelings 'oi: surprise 'and! 'sorrow1.' M Surprise ,at. 'tlie many' unguarded0assertions1 'and 'Taise'"deductions that "flow 'witlv'-'such. an aioma of smartncssi'iromvliii- pen; and s...

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SANDRIDGE TOWN HALL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

SANDRIDGE TOWN HALL1 SITE. ? '' For'sometime past the question of the.!site for ; .the:(proposed new town )]iall has excited, a.greatdeal of interest ,m Saiulridgc-some of the ratepayers 'wishing'to have'it erected on the mar- . .kct''reserve, and/others being..in.favor, .of a. piece .of hmd.grantecl to the Coun cil 'by the Government'for a town hall. On the "14th day' of November, 1SG7, the Council-made !a special. order under >thciql3i7th'i'Scction.ioi'iAct,184, to bor row, therj.sum, of .£5000 for the execu-: tion of certain 'works' in the''borough,; amongst''them'being* the' erection'of a .'publicihalllas the,.commencement of a , towivjliall^ipon .the present market' re serve, £1000 being set aside (for that purpose'.' 'The'loan has been negotiated 'and debentures'issued.'but the money . still ireinains -unexpended, pending; the settlement of the site. . The land' de scribed as tlie present market reserve is held by the * 'Council* > under a deed of grants irom; the. Grown...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 February 1869

Cricket. , SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET "CLUB. Tho Richmond and South Melbourne Clubs played a match on tho 6th February, whichs re sulted In a draw, greatly in faror of tlieUattor. Annexed are tlio scorei:-: EIOHMOSD. ' .. \ R. Foote, b M'Gan 0rf, Cotter, b Osborne 2 / R. Johnson, b OsboTnc..... ,r, Mortimer, b M'Gan R. G# Johnson, b MGan r* Darke, 1 bw, b M'Gan 7, Smith, c Gray, bM'Gan.v.,.;:^\.,V.v;;..^\!.r.K4i - "Wilmoth, b Osborne A Dan by. b M'Gan ->9«1 Downer, c andb M'Gan 2 Brown, not 0 H . Sundries, '0,'t '.i Total )i47;q . , -i SOUTE UKLBOUEN E. J f,) J/VI'J) CheflselV.b Darke .1)^ , Osborne, b Mortimer 15 Gray, c and b-Foote:J;i../.-..;.v.M'r..,..-..'....r.;.'/),tvr Blair, b Darke 45. Wheatlcy, not out '.'.U.'.i;.;..,23:V M'Gan, b Mortimer...;.;.,...,./. cmiin, not out Sundries.. ;2tfj ? . :i" . .Total! H3GO ' -in rt'ftt?. A Chinaman named Gee'Kee" was charged at the City Court '-this1'.morn ing with keeping a house of' ill-fame into which young girls were jenticcd and then...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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