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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

Bank Notices. I The National Bank of Australasia. CAPITAL-ill,000,000. THE -EMERALD HIM1 UlUKCH , Has been IVKMO\"i:J) to th'c Jfcw Premises, ;,|r. ; '.COVENTRY STREET.' " r..j . .' , 'JVM. CAMPBELL, jn ' j, v '' .'<?*? Manager, r VEmcrald HiU . ' ' 1 .A'21sfc Augxtol i 1S68.' The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, "J"> - . ! ' [touted] 'For Doposits and Loans oa Freeholds. Incorporated under "Tim Companies Statute, 186J.:J ATTTHOBXSEB. CAPITAL, £500,000.2 ' ' " ' ? OFl'ICES : ''18 COLLINS'STKEET EAST, MELJIOUKNE. I.... , Directors- . .. Houi.C. JVjENiN'Eli, M.L.C., Chairman. Ho>\ John M'G'IIAE, M.L.C., Yicc-Clmirnian. ? RoBEJlT' -ByitXEj-Esq., JVP.y M;L.A. WILLIAM DETJIOLD, Esq;, Collins-street East;. Joun SrEjrcE.OGiLVT, Esq., Queen Street. Geo. WjiAKToi"! Esq., J.P., 24 Collins-st. West. . . - ' Accountant-' ? " . WILLIAM SIKCOCK. Esq.: Ji - '1,1. , , . manager-. Willta.m: Patejisoj.* MU.IIJ, Esq. - "Deposit1 Receipts are issued, ami J ut crest is nllowed at: the fo...

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The Record. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 18[?]. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

TirUliSJJ-A Y. MsLllCir is; 1808.. GOVEliNMENT ADVEllTISE KNTS. SOME-nighis siiicc-.- a .-large. measure..of oratory wis poured out nndimtch fo rensic ability exhibited in flic House,' over the matter of the Government ad vertisements. . It is' only reasonable to suppose that political organs and politi cal organ grinders should look for a share of those advertisements where there is any colorable pretext of utility and the matter has, perhaps,' in soinc cases been .strained a littlehoyojid rea son,-in order ? to oblige-the ripe -wants' of a friend.' We can also easily understand that it is somewhat too high a compliment' to human nature, even in the elevated position of Colonial Ministers of the Crown, to expect them to be injuri ously ; smitten, day by- day, and then turn the other cheek to the suitor by haii ding, over; advertisementpatronage» to enable the reviler to carry on the war against themselves-but the; Jtu COKD is included in neither category it has not patted oil'.the....

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 13, 1869. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Martin, and Nimmo, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

EMERALD HILL' POLICE COURT. Saturday. March-. .1S, 1S69. ore Messrs. Fiiilay. Martin, Nimmo, J'.P.'s) r Those Horrid Woman.--Hoiiora fMacnamara, an old offender, was sum-.. i moned for making use of insulting lan i.guage in the public street to' one of ! her neighbours. The oftencc was pro ven, and the chairman of the bench intimated that their worships were de termined to put an end to this descrip I tion of offence, and stated that they would fine her 40s., with 2s".'Gd.' costs, with the alternative of spending one month in gaol. - Emma. Gorioli was i summoned by Mary Crisp for an as | sault. The prosecutrix stated that the summons was wrong, inasmuch as she ,had" not beeu assaulted but insulted. The case was therefore dismissed.

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THE JONES SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

THE .JONES , SCANDAL. Fkoji. little 'causes gfeat ? effects arise is said-and jn'obably with truth in the above liiattciyandis hardly to be believed^ that ,a mere asking at an electioneering- -meeting. , a question, which had redly 110 .particular mean ing in it, could have been the cause of such: great effects. > Mr. . J ones re signed- one member'after the other compromised, and a select, committee appointed to inquire into the whole matter,.and find ;out who are the bribed wlio the .bribers ;-'tliose'not implicated at the present .moment howl loudest l'or ' detection 'and''punishment of the most- condign description, not upon all who have beeii''guilty of' political pe culation . and",.,backsliding-; ...but upon ?thosewho "have been"clumsy enough to be ' bowled out'how' many more will, yet be ? pulled" from 'their liigli places ? ' '* 1 ' ' j It is to be regretted-that'tJicre is an exhibition of wliathnust: be 'but false sympathy, !,or arises :froni( a''dislike o! stirring the...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday March 15, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Jt- MondayMarch 15, 1869. .(Before .Messrs.' .Mollison, -P.M;, and , . Swallow, J.]3.) ? . vDrimkcnness.-Thomas Bourke, ac used:' of' this offence, .was, mulcted in the sum'; of 10s.y willi ) tliC ; tvltei'iViiUyc ?of'forty-eight hoiu's 'imprisonment. i>rr Removing i *Sandirrr3.aiw.es. ;D,uns,tAii aha Nicholas' "Weeks -were summoned .at' .the»f ins tancc ?of -; the t .Grown .1 ^an ds .bailiffV>.for >.removing, ? sand from. the .Grown* Iiands* without; a? license.De fendants stated that; the :sand rcmoA ed by.them ;had .been,previously deposited by a licensed carter on the ground from which it was taken by them, and that? tliey therefore did not " cut and dig " Crown Lands as described by the .Act!»' !The,iben.cli'held the point raised fatal'ancl! dismissed'the complaint. H'l'.miVoill. ''Jr:- . -lib tWed>k$day{,>:.Mar0li'-Vi-i.-1869;.... ,s (Before Messrs. Mollison,-, P.jM./.and. J Tlioinas and Swallow, J.P.'s),, ^Important'Ship,,C!«sc.-7T-Ja.me...

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

- Grielsot. - ? . SOUTit-!MBLBOTOiST:E, .OKlOK.E'r . ULlp.i; .The match between tlic first elevens of; tlio South Melbourne unci South'''Ya'riw . Clubs. played on the tifch unci Iftji bf; March resulted in'a victory for the loiiner'i Svitli' seven. wiclcofis'to spare,' the bowling! "of M' Gran and Osborne' being very eliec tive; each m the two innings* securing eight wickets, The scores were 6.1 anil .27, with three wickets mIo ;fall,-lbi' the: local team: aud -19 und;,36 for South Yarra., The highest scorcrs were-for the;yictors, Blair with 21 .and S), and (Jul-; ilu with 1G ;.,for. South Yarra, Birlunyre, Moss, and Thompson, with 17, 11, and "11 -respectively, were the best with the willow. Annexed are the scores : . j SOUTH MKLROURNK. 1" : 1st Inning*. . 2nd Innings. Hlairiuuout 21 cMohs, b Ogilvy $ 'Vaahyi c A: b Ogilvy . ... 6 ft. Gray, c Dunkiiujon, b ?;;*»; ' Ogilvy.... o not out......0. Wheatley, c Chandler, b ? . . i. Crookc . 2 b Ogilvy 0 Allcc, not ont.U.6 b Crookc5 ; Cul...

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Garden Operations for the Month. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

Garden Operations, for the Month7. ?: MA ECU. Autumn [lowering plants will now be showing ii profusion of flower, and shrubs generally will, have a liyoly appearance. Towards the middle and end of fclie month remove all screens or shelter, and allow the plants lull scope of the atmosphere, otherwise they will becomc sickly in growth. Continue gathering of seeds, budding, pruning, &c. Let the ground be again gone over thoroughly and every thing made tidy by forking in the manure, used for mulching, hoeing, clipping, edg ings and hedges, tying, slaking,; storing matured bulbs, &c. Syringe plants' af fected with the green fly. I^LOwj;u GARDEN1.-Dahlias, hollyhocks and Pompon chrysanthemums, &c. will now be in their prime ; liquid manure will . prolong: and enhance the beauty of;.-these flowers ;.dead blooms must be picked off, or the plants will bo impoverished. < This' is the besfrmonth for sowing hardy., an nual perennial flower. seeds; .Herbaceous ...

Publication Title: Record
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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

ROUND AND ABOUT TIIE 1ULL. ? -O- ?* . I '.i'j 1.1 xk I have before shu v. c i l d m) -blessings oil the : Council, w no have ; improved the bathing'-gro un cl-Bath yillc, as it must bewailed. If I h.ue done so) ? it.. "will' bear-doing mi I am also thankful for some, suggestion?. ? contained in your ' valuable paper,' 'don't blush Mr. Editor, as to lines and life-buoys to throw to drowning hu manity, and the idea of marking the depths so; that, calculative Immunity might Sec what depth of water it fwas going into. I am not equally obliged to " Young Bather" for his very young suggestion-I fear this would be found to have a most mischievous tendency. Let bovs or men leant. to swim within their .depth, so that they may not be "taken at a disadvantage and lose tlieiiv footing and presence of mind with an extra sea;; as to:the rope, I fear that a number of 'young bathers' .would be ' getting out along it,' learning to swim,' i and as, no doubt, ]ny young friend has written Tcmpus odux v...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE BOYS AGAIN! To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

CORllESP OND-ENCE. THE BOYS AGAIN To the Editor of the llceot ; Sxu,-It is "with great ? rcluctauce that I address you about a grievance; hitherto borne long and patiently,'viz., the ruffianly conduct of many boys.:'of our model inunicipalit)'. It would al most appear that some parents let loose on the . p ublic their offspring for no other purpose than to torture, as far as possible, everyone of a quiet inoffen sive; disposition. They either do so or else are in a state of culpable ignor ance as to the movements.of. those for whom, by all laws, divine and human, they are responsible. These interesting specimens of young Australians are generally of a grega rious nature, going together in mobs, seeking the most retired and, the safest corners, from which: they can carry on. their system of reiterated insults, with mpunity. Beginning with the unfor tunate Chinese, they fasten with most .unerring: aim on the most sensitive passers by, singling out, with all the aptitude of a . vicious...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

NBTPS' ' £Y THE< 'MAIL.,,J| :, The Queen,- the. Princesses ' Louise, Beatricej and Prince Leopold, are ; at Osborne. It is expected that the Queen will occasionally reside in London du ring the season. ? . ;i Successful meetings in favour of the /ballot have been held in London. Manchester and other town councils have petitioned lor the abolition , of hustings nominations. Ministers speak; favourably of; the adoptioivof the ballot. '1 '! . Eetrenchments in all branches of the public'service are entered upon; ? The new Board of Admiraly'have commenced their economy by closing the AYoolwich aiid Dcptford'dbckyards. Digby Wyatt'h'as received.the honor of knighthood; ?' "?!'t The Rev. Mr. Woods, of Leicester, lias accepted an invitation from'the Congregational Church of Melbourne. Australian preserved meat has been . given to. eighty' workmen andf,their wives by the colonial agents. The'pre sent was very succes'siul. v . .U't-J Mr'. Verdonhas written to the papers in refutati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

Businoss. Adctressos, &c. CLARENDON TIMBERYARD STEAM SAW and MOULDING MILLS,. Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, EMERALD 1IIT/I,. v C. SKEATS Has on sale Building Materials- of cypry^dcsosip-. tion, at very reduced price's'.'-' Or ego 11 inul i3;iltic Deals,-Battcnsj American -Lumber, Sholvingj Clcar,Pinc, &e. .. All !materials.kcpt under cover. The cheapest place 111 t.lic colony for Stcam mnde-Areliitravcs, . Mouldings;-Skirtings, -&c.-; made to any size and pattern. ? - j AU'kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. ? 'An'extensive'assortment of 'Builders' and luu' nisliiug Ironmongery; Kerosene, Cluucse, and Colza Oilunder Melbourne prices. j, ,>.% . ,,,,, J.; COLCLOL'GII & 'CO.j VHoosalo': and '.Family;'. &rocors, ";"Wi.io,. = x :-i Spirit,:and -Produce "Merchants, . 1651 167CLA11 E]STDOJf. STil 15ET, 'ii'" ' ' ^SmtALB HILL.' .... ;T J>:iU ,&aahi ;iu . ?? 1 ? - v... ?-lu..ilf.3(. orders punctually ? attended',.to., D. SARG-EA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

Business Addresses, &.c. J. W. MITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDOX STREET, A3?J> 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL... - 0)il Hliuds repainted, taped, &c. Orders liy post punctually attended to. 1IKS. .'STEVENS'. ^ Cheap Drapery and Boot Establishment, Dresses and nil kinds of work done by Machine, at the shortest notice. ALSO, Registry Office for Servants, IS J CLARENDON STREET SOUTH. CHARLES LAN&EAM, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, 201 Clarendon Street South, , (Next IIKCOIID Ofllcu.) - |:. Knives, Scissors, Axes,' mid Razors ground, set, uiul repaired. BV TYLER'S Hair-cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing : Saloon, ' 115 C L A R E N D'O N S TR'J5 E T, XKXX Tlt*5?iUTris. . : lfnir-uuttmg, Gd. Shaving, 3d. Slmiiiijooing, l*. Bojs'Hiiii'-cutling,>Jd.: 3Uuurs, Knives, nnd Scissors ground and set. " T.' IVOlSlili# Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate . Agent, CLAUENDON STREET,, EMERALD HILL j; Jlmch Mouse, jS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST or- VOTERS; I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE tliat' iho SUP PLEMENTARY LIST of Persons'Claiming to Vote for Members of the Legislative Council in the Emerald Hill Division of the Central. Pro vince, and for Members of the Legislative Assem bly in the Electoral District of Emerald Hill, are now in my'possession.' and; can bo INSPJSOTED . during-office hours.' / i>! - i: . JAMES ETILUC, i ', Electoral Registrar. ...iEmcraldHill,... ... 9th March, 1809. - "Borough of Emerald Hill. OTICE.-The;COLLECTOR attends aL his ?, Office, Borough Council Chambers .15.\^SRY s MORNING-, from 9 till 11, to rcecivc payments of Rates. r ? ' ? I' ' ' WILLLVJI TOPE, Rate Collector. Borough of Emerald'Hilir':- :^"1 i_vrOTICE JS HEREBY CUV I-N thai, the "i3l Council' will; at the ordinarymeeting to -b'a) held: on Monday, lotli March, Coniirm tlic .Special Order onado on Monday, 1st February inst,, for,the.Repeal of Bye-law No. 17. '\'t, , r ' JAMES EVILLU, . v ' v ' / Town Clerk. Borough-of Emera...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, March 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 18 March 1869

?EMERALD -HILL %Boko UGII ? ; CO UN,GIL}'" ,'' I 'Monday, \j\Iat c! io 1869. present;:-'Thc^Majro^B^ N. Saudi "lands, Esq.,) and'Cciuncillois Stead .Thistlctliwaitc, Skcats, Nivuni.o,'Uov . M Iiicliindj'hViiiteinan, and Ward! "~"T lrcTlnmuteS^Ql "la^tnncctmg-wcvc read and confimed. . i. -., .ComiEsi'oyiHiycij. The Town -Glel'k-' read' the'following ll< ttCl & ? . v l- r.'/.-r r-l"-.' .'l.'' j r ..m;) fi '( /;.! I ? /! ! i From Mr. W. H. Gresham. forward ing a_ sketch of-a proposed new ap pxdach-ito. tlie|cx% oi'/MclboJu'nqjhvitli a swing -gate.- at,-.the.dootl.of,,Spe]iccr street, for the opinion of the Council. Should1 tHev- approve "of the' sariicand I desire1 to test the House on1 the a sup plementary vote on- the -estimates for 1869, to construct the'.bridge,rhe would bC'glad . to£takc jthe preliminary. steps to;convene;a;meetmg of-parties inter ested 111 the mattery to take. such steps as maybe thought proper.-Councillor IS'immo inoved 'that'-'tlicfdetter-'bc...

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Molbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

Morboumo and Hobson's Say Railway, TIME TABLE. ST. KlIiDA l'Oli JU^LBOtfENK. 7.<10, 8.0*, 8.20* 8:40*," 9.0#, 9.20*, 9.40*, 10.0', 10.15, 10.45,11.15*J il.45 ii,m. 12.15", 12.15, I.15, 1.45*,. 2.15# 2.45, 3;15», 3.45,' 4.0, 4.S0, 4.40, 5.0# 5.20,. 5.40, 6.0, 6.16,.6.46, 7.16*, 7.^ 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.46* p.m. EUEltALD milk 10K Jli'LBOUBKE. 7.45, 8.'5, 8.25; 8.45, 9.5,,9.20, 9.45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11:50 u.m. -f' 12120; 12.50, 1.20,1.50, 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3.50, ;4.5, 4.25,-4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.m. MELBOUltNIi roll EMEBAIiD DILI. 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40,' 9.0, 9.20,; 9.40*, 10.0,10.30,110, II.30,12.0 ii.in. 12.30, 1.0* 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, 4.0* 4.20*, -4.40*, i 5.0*, 5.20*, 6.40*, 6.0, 6.15*, 6.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.31*, 10.31*. 11.4-1'* p.m. : ' r EMEliAID UILIi iFOlt ST. KIlDi. 8.4J 8.24, 8:44; 9;4, 9.24; 9.1-1,. .10:4, 10.3-1, llA 11.3-1 a.m. : 12.4, 12.34, 1.4,1.34, 2.4, 2.31, 3.4 3.84, 4.4, 4.2-1, 4.4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

Bank Notices. lie' National Bank of Australasia. 1 CAPITAL-£1,000,000. : THE EMERALD HILL BEANCH , Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, COVENTRY STREET: ; '' ; ; J.m.CAMPBELL, . Manager. j Emerald Hill . iij ?: 21st August, 1868. * . . -The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, V i [LIMITED] i. Tor Deposits and Loans on. Freeholds. 1 Incorporated under "The Companies Statute, 1SG1." AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £.500,000.? | 0W1CKS : !.' " 18 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. . Directors- ! Hon. C. J. .TENNER, M.L.C., Chairman. . HON. JOHN M'CRAE, M.L.C., Vice-Cliau-mau. ROBERT BIHNE, Esq., J.P., M.L.A. .-WILLIAM DETMOLD. Esq., Collins-street East. .Johk SPENCE OGILVT, Esq., Queen Street. ' GEO. ,WHARTON, Esq., J.P., 24 Collins-et. West.; Accountant- . . : WILLIAM SINCOCK, Esq. Manage)- ?; , WILLIAM'PATEESON Muir, Esq. J -? (./Deposit rReceipts are issued, and Interest is fallowed at the followmg rates: - : On Deposits for 13 months' (fixed).VI...G per cent, per milium; f ;< . ? ?. Da. ?...

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Garden Operations for the Month. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

t Garden.-Operations for. .the Month. MAKCH. Autumn flowering'plants will now ho allowing a profusion o£--flower, and almibs generally will liiivc a lively appearance. .Towards the middle" and encl of the month remove all screens . or shelter, and allow theplaiits full scope of the atmosphere, otherwise- they- will become sickly in growth. Continue gathering of seeds, i budding, pruning, &o. Lot the ground i bo again gone over thoroughly ami every i thing made tidy by forking in the immure i used for mulching, hoeing, clipping ea tings mid hedges,-tying, staking, storing matured bulbs,, &c. r Syringe plants at fectecl with the green Jly. J^i.owrn, Gauihix.-Dahlias,hollyhock; and Pompon, chrysanthemums, &e. "ill now.be in;tliehvprmieliquid manure will prolong-and enhance the beauty of these (lowers dead; blooms must be picked off. or the plants will be impoverished. This is the best;moiith for ; sowing hardy an nual perennial flower seeds. .-.Horbaccous plants...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, March 24, 1869. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, Sandilands, Mouat and Gardner, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE - . -COUET." ' r Wednesday,,March 84,. 1869. , (Before. > Messrs. -Finlay, . Niramo,??? San-, dilands,' Mouat > and.; Gardner, J .P.'s) -*' 'Deserted Children-.Elizabeth- and Peter Mulligan ? ?were-:.brought before the 'Court 'by'their mother', -who-';said she was unable to support'them in ?consequence of her husband having deserted lier. They were each sent to the Industrial Schools for seven years. . Dogs.-Peter , McEwan, summoned for neglecting to comply with the pro visions of the Dog Act, inasmuch'as he did not register four dogs in his posses-, sion, was,"ordered in eacn instance to pay a fine of 5s., with 5s. costs. ' : Nuisance.-Adam Groat, summoned for allowing a nuisance to remain cn his premises,: was fined 2s. 6'd., with a like amount costs. . ?;. . . ! . Chimney on Fire.-M. Morris for allowing his chimney to. take "fire; was mulcted in the sum of 5s.y with 2s. 6d: costs. Pigs.--Robert J. . liilliard, < Plugh J3ynie,and Patrick , "\Yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

nxisccllnnuous. fllHODD'S Emerald Hill ami Sandridgo PAR L OELS DELIVERY. Goods collected and delivered twice daily. Orders received' alj the Clarence Hotel, Elizabeth'strcel, Melbourne!; C. Durham, Umvs Agent, Win. Jliirshall's Printing ollico, Clareudou-Blreet 5 Rciirdoii's George Hotel, Coventry-street; and "VVults, Groecr, Bank-street ?West, EmoraldHill. i ? , .» OJJAKT TOWN, TASMANIA,-Excursion Fared.;-VISITORS will iiud a pleasant, cheerful libine at Mr. McKay's,1 Fitzroy Place, llobiirt Town. . Rolercnce - Buckhurst,. Auc tioneer. ? ? ' ' - ?' 1 ? ' V1 riTO I/ETl-Sshop' iiiul Dwollih; near Town, JL .' Suitublb for ptfvato dwelling. Rent, lis. Wallace, liouso iigouli, 136 Cliiroiuloii-stroet. HENRY.'GENDERS, Gonoi-al Advertising Agent, 50 Elizabctl^slreol/,Agon {^foy/t lie RECOHJ) in Melbourne.;, ,,, '

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Home at Last; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER VII.(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES.! Bt "KELP." ' CHAPTER VII. (Continued.J Captain Barker looked over the side; and very gallantly expressed the plea-j sure he should; have,IIelt,to..offer.:the! ladies the hospitalities of his; ship, but,j as he tersely pat jt,ij{Vhe had.Jio wim-i men critters about,Jiini'j" -so, that he did'i not see how the matter of. clothes could; be arranged; "'besides," he said,; " their mast-head "16ok-out had just;' reported that a large .ship, supposed .to; j be the one that spoke them last night,; was in sight over the land and coming' round the point. Extra coals. and'| rugs having been handed down to j them, together with some, edibles in; the shape of beef, biscuits-&c-,'which; were very acceptable,.' they remained; in the boat while the Seabird'stood' out to meet the. Bhurtpore, and mi about half-an-hour they again stood on; the deck of their own ship, and'altera? hasty toilet they were in a position to! thank their deliverer, Mr. Nye,; and his boat's...

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