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THE COMPLAINT COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

THE COMPLAINT COMMITTEE BY ON'E OF JIIJV S'NIAXRFIIIISI. Tin; torture chamber, so to spc.ilc, is about the most ill-contrived abutment, for such an investigation that can well be conceived, something like Lamb s [ '" Cliair' lunibowitl closet . . r : ' Juat twelve foot by ton,', only that this is about thirty feet r by I'twelve--lull of chairs aiul tables. 1 I must say reflectively, that it is strange after all the money: spent on our Houses of Parliament, there is not in the whole "building a room of any kind possessing the accomodation ot the Coffee-room of a third rate Hotel. Had the gifted architect been con structing a rabbit hutch or white mice box on a, large scale, I should think he had been eminently successful, but toi the actual \isefulticss, oh millia niur ther--after losing myself m a perfect honeycomb of small rooms and bits ot lobby leading nowhere, in a dark cor nerUnder a staircase (which from the j fact of a beery representative and Mi. Burtt being just then descen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLITICAL SHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

POLITICAL SHAMS*! ' UJJLiiM .. iiUU ! 'AtfVk* BY. CAUSTIC. W'r i Sxjgh is - life, -1 Corruptio . optmiJ'cst pcssvma. Butters1 is?-dethroned, But ters who feted the.. Press at the festive Board, .who was dulyt.buttcredonboth sides, who,as at,were for,a timcjidefied the. Argas... to appear ^without -a. para graph ,orf leader about, jhim. \ Butters ijthe.rshoiildered-a'ubbedpjof.; Royalty, who ..has;aired'; his oratory. ,befqre, the descendants of kings. Butters, who was to be deified- m a civic' sense,' has been hurled from his 'high: places;-' and his > quondam .friends; '< now,' 'not' only .fall-away from'him, as from some social ?leper,-but ;wnte him' down 'and hold him up to public execration; , till'-' Butr .tersmay mdeed'Say;!with'Timon-11!* " Most smiling smooth detested parasites, Courteous-destroyers, aflablo evolves; meek bears; You iools of iortuno, , trencher . friends; t . ii. !. Cap and liiico, slaves, vapours:and minute jacks." ? iBut was he not a^sham ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF Voteiis.' I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai;' the SUP PLEMENTARY LIST of Persons CI aiming to Vote for Members of (lie Legislative Council in the Emerald Hill Division of ilio Central Pro vince, and for Members of the Legislative Assem bly in the Electoral District of Emerald Hill, are now in my possession, ami can be INSPECTED during office hours. ? ' , .TAMES EVILLE, Electoral Registrar. : . Emerald Ilill, . V , , . 9tli March, 1SG9. Borough of Emerald Hill. "VTOTICE.-Tiie COLLECTOR, attemls at his ^ BW>ugli'Council Chambers EVERY MORNIN&, from 9 till 11, to receive payments of Hates. WILLIAM TOPE," Rate Collector. .:Borough of Emerald Hill. , TENDERS will ho received until ha1 f-pa-it . soven p.m., on TUESDAY, 1st Api . , !.-For Erection of Lamp Pillars &c. '' 'i 2. JTor .Fencing-in the , Public Gardens at v,.-St, Vjucent's-plfloc and Merton-crescent. ? . ? JA3H SEVILLE, i? ,, Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 23rd March, 1SG9.1 Borough of Emoiald'Hi'". D...

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SUICIDE IN YORK STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

SUICIDE' IN" YORK STREET. i.i,Considerable: exitementi -,was caused Jn .York-street,- on ? Tuesday evening; i inconsequence of'the report of a mail! having(committed' tsuicide:,in a most determined manner. ; On; making in-' qiiirics we were informed that the alar m i was,but too true. It seems that a.mani named llobert. Mitchell,-a. carpenter ; sixty-two years of age, residing at 80; York-street, had been in a melancholyi mood for some days, past, and. latterly; took to drink rather heavily, which: caused an. attack of " delirium ircmoits. The. deceased, .who liad, never been! connected with. a- court in. - his life, re-: ccivcd a supccna on Tuesday, to attend* as a witness against' a neighbour, in a: miisance case.-- This,very simple cir-s cumstance had a dreadful' effect upon; his mind, and he was more melancholy; than ever.,;, lie wenttto bed about seven', o'clock on - ^Tuesday; evening, without saying a word, but upon his daughter, a Mrs.. Ltunsden, who re-' sided-with / him, go...

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Wednesday, March 24, 1869. (Before Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

Wednesday, March 24, 1869. I (Bcfore-Mr. Swallow, J.P.) Burglary.-A man named John Johnson was charged with bur glariously entering the premises of Mr. Herman Sibloom, .and stealing the sum of £33 10s. therefrom. Eromtlie evi | dence it appeared. that..Mr. Sibloom i resides in Nott-street, Sandridge, and i that -haying-business to transact in Mel i bourne,,ho securely fastened his house I and went away.: ? Upon returning, he i found that his house had been entered, ! and that the sum of £33 10s. in gold I-had.been abstracted from a chest. The .matter was reported to the. police,, and Sergeant O'Brien having been informed ktliat a man named Johnson had that ?morning taken a lot of'1 things out of. pawn and had ? paid . for them in gold, proceeded at about , twelve o'clock at night to the house of a man named 'Smith' in . Nott-street: Iiere. ;he 'saw 3 oh'nson '? rigged:. outextremely, well, ; with .his swag on .the floor, he being: evidently bound . for a :journey," but alas1! how un...

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The Record. THURSDAY MARCH 25, 1869. TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE! [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

TllUllSDAY. MAltCjr 25, 1SG0. TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE! WE /believe tha.t history gives: some .ostensible:, ?ground for tlie decisive, action- of OLD NOLL, when, he came down i; to Whitehall turned out, the Members of Parliament using the above ever memorable words in refer ence to the symbol of power-the power of the people-and having locked the doors put the keys in his pocket, and for a period administered the: Government more r.suo;..but were another - Cromwell at Toorak, : and our Colonial Magna Charta-our Consti tution Act-j ustified such: autocratic dealing with the Institution lie would h:ive agood colorable pretext for sodoing and future historians would justify his conduct if he entered suddenly/]'ust as the lion. Member of Maryborough was more than ordinarily coarse and offen sively .unparliamentary, and and.;order the ' bauble' away at once. - ! We spare no expense to invest our 5 witen;gcmote' with due solemnity but to what end is all the gilded, flum mery the formal 'koto...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, March 22, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

8ANDKIDGE POLICE COURT.1 Moriday, March 22, 1869. ; ?(Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M.., and Swallow, J.P.) ?' Drunkcmiess.-John Rafferty, amanj sixty-six years of age, was accused, ofj this offence, and was ordered to .pay,as fine of 5s.; with the alternative; of; twenty-four hours' imprisonment. .William Smith, a laborer; was'mulcted in a like sum for a similar offence. - A ' Queen, oft TermarjantSi - Maryi Clement, aged . forty-one i years,- - (who, j judging.from her name, wouldibe pro-j nounced a merciful and. gentle. idanie) i was accused-.first > of being .non.',com-\ 2)os\mentus,, in consequence of.having 1 imbibed ('Colonial' j too freely ^second; of assaulting:.Constable,.. Hennessy;, -in; -the exeeution.of Iris;duty. ---It .appeared! that- Constable''Hennessey's- attention] wasr'drawn to the house' of i the 'p'risohen by hearing screams 1 of murderOn) proceeding-to thc[house< he .discovered! the ' in-Clement' lady lying on the] floor, evidently :in -.a ^.glorio...

Publication Title: Record
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Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

. f Ciickbt. . SOUTH ? - j j ; ? . t [.'*/}! f) ? . ? J i: ....i ; i '' The, match played between the second cloven of the South Melbourne Club andj the. ollicers of the ? ships, Agamemnon,.! Anglesey and Vimora, resulted in. a vie-1 tory.for the club, by five wickets and 166, runs, tho scores when the stumps wero' drawn being-Ollieers,, 31; South Mel-' bourne, with .iivo : wickets to fall, 197.1 This result,,no doubt,may!bo attributed1 to tlie ollicers not having had any prae-| (ice I'or sonic months. Mr. Cliffc, of the! Agamemnon, with 12 runs, was the top; scorer; and lie also succeeded in taking' three of tlie- > live wieketsr >vhich fell. I This gontlemari < with; a'1 ; little practi c e would most probably'make- very fair all-' round crickctbr^'1 Allan'made tho large seoro of 100 ?without posing his wicket,j and I)anby also'placed'32'' to 1 his credit without being ' disposed of. 1 liydor .1 re tired after scoring 29. Subjoined .ivro the scores:-? 11 ..TUB OPK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

Business^Addresses, &.C. CLARENDON' TIMBER STEAM SAW AND MOULDING MILLS,;;;'. Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, EMERALD HILL. 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, Skirtings, &c., made to any size mid'pattern; ' " "All,kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. ... ?An extensive assortment of !Biiil(lers''aiid Tiir nishing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese, and Colza Oil iuider Melbourne prices: J. "COLCLOUGH & CO., "^heesale aad Family G-rocoss, Wine, . iSpirit, and Produce Merchants, 165 &. 167 CI/AEEJTDON. STREET, EMERALD HILXI. ' ..All orders punctually attended to. D. SARGEANT, : , TAILOR, 16 CLABEKDON STBEET, E1VIEBALD HILTJ. Tweed Suits, to measure, from ... ;G3 0 0 ,Tweed Trousers 0.1V .-.6" '. Suit Black'Broad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. W. MITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of CVCP.V description of WINDOW BLINDS, .113 CLARENDON STREET, Al.'JJ 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. Old Blinds re-painted, taped, &e. Orders by post, punctually attended to. MRS, STEVJEXS' -s dheap Drapery and Boot ^establishment, Dresses and nil kinds of work done by Machine, at 1 ho shortest notice. AX£0| ' " Registry Office for Servants* 181 CLARENDON STltEEO?" SOTJ'T.hJ .0HAR£BS LAN&HAM, . SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER; 20! Clarendon street South, (Nest itkcouD Office.) ' 1 . Knives, Scissors, Axes,, and Razors, ground, set, and repaired. . . B> "GCSTIjEXR.'S - , Hair-outting, Shaving, and. Shampooing Saloon, 1-15 CLARENDON STREET, , NJ-XT THE BATHS. Hair-cuttiug, 6d. Shaving, 3d., Shampooing, Is. Boja* llair-cutting, 4d. Razors, Knives, and Scissors ground and set.? .' ? . T. XOBILE, Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate Agent, CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; AKD AT- -1 ; I Stack M...

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LOCAL BOARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

LOCAL BOARD'S UKI'OUT. The .1 ,ocal Board of Health reported -amongst'other-items] the following *. ??'TVaier Supply:-Water:is supplied to,the town from theiYan Yean rcser-, ..voir. The length of water pipes, laid clown in the streets is about (HI chains -i.e. 8 miles 7 chains. Drainage andimprovements during, the year.-Through the central drain which runs from channel in Haglan streetj thence parrallel .with the railway to Bridge-street, thence across the 'town: into the saltwater lagoon; other drain-' age^ by. pipes under Beach-street into Hobson's. Bay. House drainage by pipes under footpaths to the street channels, and into the lagoon.- Source of water supply not eftccted thereby. Several private yards have been raised j and drained. Two miles forty chains and sixty-one feet blucstonc channel ling has been, laid down by the Council during the year. ... , : _ : Bathing Accommodation.-M. & H. B-U. Railway Co.'s baths are much iised'by'tlie general public. There are no bath...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, March 18, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

SANDRI&GE BOMO UGK I CO UN GIL. I Thursday, > Ma^'ph 18}.;: 1869. K Present:-The Mayor (W. May, Esq ) and Councillors Poolman, Morley ,, Crockford,.;; 3,ohnson, Curtis, anil Kelly:" ' The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. i CouitEsroNDENCE. , ?The .TowmClerlt read' the following letters : , j V . i ! i /: i From the Lands and Survey office stating tthat the obstruction in Beach' street'consisted- of the occupation for landing ;; purposes,' &c. - Councillor Kelly moved that the Town Clerk be instructed to reply, stating the action taken by the Council in the matter. Councillor Morley seconded the motion which was carried. From the Lands and Survey office, stating that it -was unnecessary to re ceive a deputation from the Council, with reference to opening up the La goon; -and also inquiring what the Council intended to do in relation to the Town Hall reserve.-Councillor poolman moved that the Town Clerk be instructed to reply, stating that the Counci...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 25 March 1869

Birth Marriages, and Deaths. DEATHS.     WEBSTER.-On the 23rd inst., at 197 Cecil-       street, Emerald Hill, Bessie Chambers, youngest daughter of Thomas and Mary Webster, aged four months.         KELSON.-On the 19th inst., at Emerald Hill,   William Kelson, aged forty years.  

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

Molbourno. and Hobson's Say Railway. time-table, ST. KIUJA roit ALELBOUKNE. 7.40, ,8.0*,r 8.20*j 8,40*,'''' 0.0*, 0.20s, 9.10s, 10.0', 10.15,10.45,11.15*, 11.45" ii.ui. 12.15*. 12.44 ,1.16, 1.45*, 2.15*, 2.45;-3.15* 3.45, 4.0, 1.20, 4.10, 3.0*, 5.20, 5.40, 0.0, G.15, 0.45, 7.15* 7.15, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.46* p.m. .. JIMUHALD JIIIJ, lOB.MBMIOBIlXE. 7.45, 8.5, 8 25, 8.45, 9 5, 0 20,' 0 45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11.50 II.U1 12 20, 12 50, 1.20,1.50, ; 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3 50, 1 j, I 25, 1 15, 5.5, 5.25, : 5.45, ;6.5,G.20,-5.50,'7.20, ^50,* 8.20, S.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.m., 'tiMBUIOUlai-S l'Olt. EHEltALU 11ILI. ,3.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 0.20, 9.40*, 10.0,10.30,11.0, 11.30, 12.0 ii.in. 12 30,1 0», 1 30, 2 0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30,4.0*, 4.20#, 4.40*, 5 0-, 5 20*, 5.40*, 6.H 6.15*, G.30, 7.0, 7.30*; 8.0, 8.30, 9.34*, 10.31', 11.4(1* p.m. , .. UifEJULD HILL FOB Br. KItDi. 8.4,8.21,8.14,0.4,0.21,0.41, lO.'l, 10.31, 1U 11.31. ii.rn'. 12.4, 12,34, 1.4, 1.81, 2.4, 2.31, 3.1 ' 3.3 J, <1.4, 4.24,...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

.l!u.-i Bank- Notices. . : ? The' National Bank of Australasia., J.!: CAPITAL-£1,000,000; ' ii . THE' EMERALD HILL BRANCH i Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, .7 . r; . COVENTRY STREET. i:=- . J\ M. CAMPBELL." .?ii-' 11 1 Manager. Emerald Hil) : - .,!' 121st August, 1368. The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, ,,;, , [LIMITED] i For deposits and Loans on Frooholds... /incorporated muter "The Companies Statute, 18G1.5.' : . AUTHORISED CAPITAL, :£.500,000.5 ? OFFICES: . ' . . , .18 .COLLINS STREET EAST,. Meibotjiise. '?< Directors-i:' Hon'.rC.<3"i,jEK>'EE, 'M.L.Gi,' Chairman'.' ? . !*": rf HoxiiJonN i M'Crae, MJJ.C., Vice-Chairman. ROBERT, Bybxe,.Esq., J.P., M.L.A:... . "WILLIAM'DETJioiij Esq., Collins-street East. ?' Jo'inf Spence' OoiLViyEsq.,* Queen Street. . ' GEO: AViuAnTOS;'Esq., J.P., 24 .Collinsrst. !W!cst. . :>u «.h <: ?! Accountant-..' . . i-. . . Sin ? ii;!! l"\VnjLlAiriSiNCOOK,r32sq. .> a <-i o'jjiiiifjt.l Manager- .'i.i...

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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

Garden Operations for the Month, -. AAitumnlllow.ering plants will now be showing a .profusion of> ilowcr, and shrubs .gen oral ly; wiJ 1. tliav,^ a? ,lively , appearance. .Towards the.middle? and end of the month remove all screens,,01; (shelter, mid allow th e 'plants .full 'scope', of itlio atmosphere, otherwise they will' become sickly in growth. Continue/gathering of seeds, .biidding;' priming,:&cjLet tFioground -be again gone overthoroughly anil every -thing' made tidyby forking in the manure used for mulching,' ) hoeing,' , clipping edg ing's andr-hedges,- vtying, staking, storm" liiatured bulbs,'i'!&Ci ;j Syringe plants :vf vfected with, the greenfly.! . - 'Gaublx -Dal\li.is,liollyhoib 'and; Pompom'chrysanthemums, &c. *S now be in then-prime; 'liquid manure mi .prolong and' enhanco tho beauty of tlifci ijlowers; - dead'blooms must/bo. picked off, for the; plants- will be impoverished. life is.the best month lbv, sowing hardy an .nual perennial ilow...

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HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT FOR THE BOROUGH OF SANDRIDGE. For the Year ending December 31st, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

ALTII OFFICER'S RBPOKT FOK?TIUSI BOKCUGIR OF 'SANDKIUGK/ 1 * ' For the, Year. ending -peeemhr^Ut', l§68./; .I hereby certify, that'-during the year the number of, births.have 'been,SOS;. : deaths;:1S7. . Although .the,-,mortality ; -lias been somewhat .greater s than. the. ; previous year, .this .is-.to be attributed 'to the deaths of many-in, advanced: . years,' and to those by violence.thrui.to . any especial cpedemic or endemic cause. Diphtheria, scarlatina, an dmeasles have occurred at intervals during the jiast twelve months, and we have , had the customary. infantile diseases,, but. no thing has taken.place with regard ,to i these.: diseases - to : call", for. any ?special. comment. ? j ,. , ,< t --?.?'lis?would'again call; the;attentioii:;-of the local board: to;.the . offensive ::and stagnant'condition *of themorth end of the ^lagoon, and'-tox the .'unsatisfactory state of the dagoon as;to >. drainage; pur poses. , i . < " > i The various nuisance...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

EABBIT3 AND;. 11UTCIII5S FOR, SALE; {Also,,11 imv, .pure brecV PUPS, at Charles Langham's, Saddler,' 2pij',Clar endoa-sfcrcet South. '.,'1 "irn'-'i AXXKD to PUEOHASK. SilAEES|iu the limcrald lliU,, SniuU-iilgc,; nnil'^t. Kilclii Building .Society., : Apply IV^NOBIiE, Auctioneer, ite.,.Cluveudpu-streot, Jiinenil(l. llill. ,ucj'< 7 GOBDON &; j <30X011, General ^Advertising Agents, Collius-strect. West,. .Melbourne, 'Agents for the BECOHD'. . ' HJ5JJRY IXELD hnving rented,tlio Aviiole of tho principal BILL-POSXING- pli)qo$(On ]Smorald Hill, will be glad to reeeivo ,iiny orders which may be outrustedto him.; Address-Jfexfc the Queen's Arms Hotel, Derais-streofc. C* AB.' PftOPBIKXOKS.-WANXEi), by a :i Careful ;Licensed DBIV13R, Cab," &o., either by day or shares. Mr; McDonald, Star and Anchor, Saudvidgo-roadj Emofaid Hill.'1'*-*-' "

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Home at Last; TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

Ill« K XalE ; OF* ;B0TH:^ "Bli ''IvBLP!" /finii -ii-1-r .'3 t*«S ortvr/oCC C GII Al'TJC R-Y-. L1I. ,Z3i ,l9*io4C Ytf' iao-X Alter a few sjjell't to; get oyer he fatigues bf .tneii; jVarly jet in to work witli thoxisaiicls-oi'.otliersj inci'^'ci^'foftunafe reiio^h-to*gfe'££l6,i3.j m to spineremuiicrativ^gTounci^iwliicli; asteclfoi-'a6 licm though' tHe^v^iiljio^jirid^ci&i^1 ude's. of a ?nvc were then generali'onesjjof" ?t;lic-, jicriocl-tcmporai,jG"succo.b'sii^,aricl-' anon1 _ji pci^od'iof B'ttuunerative.ilaboriiiawlshii^ianci^riV Rations,'to 'say-.notliing^of ..whati'tol'ineu" Rf free, and' liberal mmds" was theworst'. Robear, viz-, '.the . lnsohmccvol.office,',, Rrom the-persons" delegated"to./ collect' |hc tax from,.tlxe tlij>gcrs. - Probably iot even^in.dic^jfii^'niincs'jO|^b$r^a, [were the > exiles > treated,?siAvitli- imorel ?tigged'- Muiteur''by'; the;'-'tvfbot!;.cups/ as' Rhc cliggprs.^cailccl ",'tn'c ,^oo piorc insolent assumption, by the -officers; iTlic. ir...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 April 1869

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OP VOTERS. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, the SUP ;! TLEMENTAKY LIST of Persons Olaiming to Yote for Members of.(he Legislative Council in, the .Emerald Hill Division of the Central Pro Tiiice, and for Members of the Legislative Assem bly in the Electoral District of Emerald Hill, are now in my possession, and> can : be .INSPECTED: during oflice hours. . .? . . . .^ : JAMES EYILLE, ...f,'r= i.jvw ? Electoral Registrar. Emerald- Hill,...' '.-" ". Oth March, 18G9. xioitBorough' of: Emerald:;Hill;;;i.:iio "VrOl'lCE.-The' COLLECTOR "attends at his _1A .'Oflice, Borough Council Chambers EArERY: MORNING; from* 9 till 11, to\ receive ..payments of Rates, j 1 > < a i - ',t'r r . WILLIAM TOPE,, J(1O1".HI j.in.-..-, .i";' Rate.Collector. o/fj xitBoroufiri of:,Emerald Bill;. a." ,<.<.! I . , j M ENDERS rwill. «bo received 'until half-past" sovon .p.iu.,;on,THURSDAY,,1st April; ;, j 1.-For, Erection of Lamp Pillars 5.0. , 2i-For,Eencmg-iii' ...

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