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THE GREAT BRITAIN AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

THE GREAT BRITAIN AFFAIR. AMONG the various weaknesses of the seafaring man, inhumanity is seldom superadded^ and the charge-for some thing like that complexion the motives of the inquiry by the Steam Naviga-. tion Board assumes against Mr. Chap man, the chief officer of the Great Britain-:strikes us as something im possible. The abandonment of a drowning man while there was remotest of hope is so repugnant to the habits, the teaching, nay, the very instincts of a British seaman, that ever since the. rumor has been current, we felt that if true, Mr. Chapman must indeed be asad exception to his class, some of whom have in the gallant attempt to save life performed deeds of heroism which have gone far to exalt the name of the British seaman to the proud position which it has borne, and still bears; amongst communities. The inquiry has, as ?:we anticipated; shown that, though at the first blush something like inlaumanity-or, not to put;too fine .a point on it--a reckless disregards f h...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELDOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

Morbourno and Eo'bsou'a Bay Railway. " ;TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA 1;0E 31ELB0TJRNE» 7.40, 8.0», 8.20*, 8.40*, 0.0*. 9.20*, 0.40*, 10.0*, 10.15,10.45,11.15s, 11.45 A.M. 12.15# 12.45, I.15, 1.45*, 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15S 3.45, 4.0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5:40, 6.0, 6.15," 6.45, 7.15*, 7.45, 8.15, 8.45,-9.45,10.46* p.m. * ? ? EMI!BAIJ) 'UILL HOB JIKIiBOUItNli. ' 7.45, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45,.'9.5,>9.20,; 9.45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20,1] .50 a.m. 12.20,12.50,-1.20,1.50, 2.20, 2.60, 8.20, 3.50,' 4.5, 4.25, 4.45, 5.5, 5.25,, 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 6.50,7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.m; . . 1 ^1£L1)0TJJ1N15 POB: ISMliltAtD HILL. 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0,.9.20, 9.40*,:10.0,10.30,11.0, II.30,12.0 a.m. 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*, 6.0, 6.15*,-0.30,' 7.0j -7.30*, 8.0,i "8.30, 9.34*, 10.34*, 11.44*. p.m. 1 .. XUKIIAU) "JINXF *0Jt . ST. .KttDA.' 8.4, 8.24, 8.44, 9.4, 9.24, 9.44, 10.4, 10.34, 11.4, 11.34 u.in. 12.4, 12.34,1.4,1.34; 2.4, 2.34, 3.4 3.3d, 4.4, 4.2...

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The Record. THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1869. THE NEW INSOLVENCY BILL [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1S69: r -- IHL NEW INS0LVLNC1 BILL AMONGST 'the; labours" of the present Session, wc nuiy.'congratulate ourselves upon ut least, one. in ;. the, > right idirecr lion ?' one which mil .go far? to i'chcok the unblushing system' of li"md 'so long practised; in' . this colony:;: and: at the same lime give'aid to the con scientious? trader i in- 'difficulties: who ., ''11 f. . ' 'wishes 'to Iceep faith with his engage ments. We, allude ,to, the.New Insol vency Act; or i the i Amendment of the Act of 1865j which certainly reflects most creditably upon its framers, and: will we believe work very fairly as be tween debtors and creditors, and con serve the interests .oJ' both with less probability, or possibility of fraud on the one hand or vengeful opposition on the other, than the present one. . The method which the Bill, proposes will act as an incentive to honesty and can dor j the debtor knowing that, all un fortunate as he . may be, his interest will be protected...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

Business AdclrcssoB, &c, OLA RONDO Sf-"TIMEE R TAR D Steam Saw ASK MOULDING MILLS, ??????': Clarendon Stroot and Clarendon Placo, mi>p, c. sx&:e;A,x'S Has on sale Buil'liug Materials of every descrip tion, at very reduccd price?.' OregonjaudfEalfcic Scale, Battens, American Lumber, Shelving, Clear'Pino; &«.- ^ - AH jaiatcnuls,ko])t.umlcr. cover. The Xhcupcstiiplace in. tliV. colony J or Mcum inudo Architraves, Mouldings, SlnrUngs, &c., runfle'tb'ariy'sixc iujiI patloiii. . . " All kinds of5 JoiftifrVWork- made lo order. ,Au estcn'siyo! assortment of. Buildera' audjfur-', nishing- Irouniohgoy; Kerosene,-"Chinese, and' Colza Oil under Melbourne* prices. J. COLGLOUGH & CO., Vboeaals ana Family Grocors, "Wiao, Spirit, and Produce Morohants, 165 '& 1G7 CLARENDON STREET, EMEHAtU IIII/L., (inters punctually attended to. ' SAKGEANT, TAILOR, lGCLARENDOI* STREET, EMERALD HILL. .iweed Suits} toiWusm^virioiu ... £3 1 0 0' Tweed Trousers ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. w. MITCKENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLIMDS, .118 CLARENDON STREET, AND I 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD IIILL. i Old Blinds rc-painted, taped, See. Orders by post punctually ! attended to. OHASILES LATHAM, ' SADDLER & HARNESS MAKEE, 201 Clarendon Street South, j (Next ltuconii Olflcc.) 5 Knives, Scissors, Axe a, ami Razors ground, tel., 3 :md repaired. | s7 TYLER'S 1Hair-cutting, Shaving1, ana Shampooing i Saloon, | 14 5 CLARES'DO N STREET, h .NEXT -rnB JUTUB. i llair-eultiug, 6d. Slaving, 3d. Shampooing, Is. Boys' Hair-culting, 'id. Razors, Knives, and Scissors ground and set. I JOSEPH HIL.1:, I UNDERTAKER, | 75 Clabendos STREET, EMEEALD HILL. | HAS ox HIM; | Private Carriages, Buggies, Cabs, Saddle and | Harness Morses. ;| Good Slaliling accommodation. Furniture lieraoved. | FEABCE & YJ XE Y, | f Lute of Grsville'e Telegram Company) I Telegraphic, Reporting, and General j Agents, I 39 WILLIAM STREET, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] SHORT-WEIGHT BREAD. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

COliRESP ONDENCE. [We aro not responsible for llio opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] i SHORT-WEIGHT BREAD. To the Editor of thc JRecord. i SIR,-Some time since you inserted a paragraph in reference to the short weight of bread, and I am. happy' to' say it had a little effect, and avoirdu poise had for a time the best of troy weight^.,But it is to be regretted that the baker is/;but mortal man, and lias returned, like the dog in Scripture, to : short;weighty1 I do not complain of a' reasonable !(froni' a baker's pbiht of view even) advantage being taken of .any market changes in cereals, but give me! my:full..,sixteen /ounces 'to the "pound (which I learnt every Thursday in my weights and measures tables), or I shall have to ' raise Cain' oyer it. PATERFAMILIAS. [Wo cannot understand why the provisions of the, Assize ;of the Bread aro not put in force,in. the, colony. "f/As Shakespeare Bays, " there_ be land rats.aud water rats," and there aro no doubt, honest and. dishonest...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, April 12, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

EMERALD I-IILL uBOROUGir GOTJNGIL..:.<--\\ni.vr /c; if Monday, Aprils 12^1869.:. :<atav: Present:-The Mayor ,(B. NV Saudi-; lands, Esq.,) :and, (Councillors .Stead,.. Thistlethwaite, Skeats, N immo , Hoy, Ireland, Whiteman, and "Ward. The minutes of,' last ^meeting, :.^vere; read and confimed. . / : ^CoWtBSPokjJBKOE." ' The Town Cleric r'eacl.~the following: letters:-';il - ' » 1 From ' .the:'Chief Secretary 's -ojlicej.; acknowledging^the receipt; pL bye-law No! 48 Xor-t&e. repeal, of "bye-law No.'1 17*; also :bye-luw Nb:.;-44-:forsthe ;regu-: lation of-bathingi0njtlieisea-cbast-;,;o:4ii From the^Departmeht'of ? iLandsiand: Survey, directing"-, the .r.attentiosi;.of. the,. Cpuncil' .to the proclamation of. -the., Public'Gardeite reservVin 'the: Goiern-l meiit Gazette.casissi ci'.J :u:c rFroirt-'-'-MK-^JUtifeiCiilpaVibs^sLitlilg!' IUglan-steeet>oJ^lMlisi^%i,!0>9SMU7.t9i give him, tfie rperm|yent16;yeli '^of,,the " street as lie was/abo'uV to evs~'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 15 April 1869

Memorabila. APRIL. 16 / F 17 / S 18 / S 19 / M 20 / TU 21 / W 22 / TH' 16 /F/ Governor King arrived at Sydney, 1800 17 / S /Gray, the explorer, died 1861. 18 / S /3rd after Easter-Lady Barkly died 1857 19 / M / (18)'Napoleon III. born, 1808 20 / Tu / New South Wales discovered by Cook, 1770 21 /W / Burke returned to Cooper's Greek, 1861 22 / Th /1st South Australian Parliament opened, 1857 Births, Marriages, and Deaths. SUTTON. -On the 11th inst., at Bank-street east Emerald Hill, Mrs. J. W. Sutton, of a   daughter.   HART. -On the 11th inst., at Emerald Hill, Edith Maude, the beloved child of Samuel and Henrietta Hart, aged three months.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

Bank Notices. The National Bank of Australasia. *';W CAPITAL-£1,000,000. *HB EMERALD HILL BRANCH .Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, COVENTRY STREET. 7?*; ; J. M. CAMPBELL, ' Manager. ??? . -Emerald Hil) . Slflt^AugTint, 1S68; . -TheLand Mortgage Bank of Victoria, Si-'tV -. - . - - [LIMITED] - Tor JJepcsite and Loans on Freeholds. Incorporated under "The Companies Statute, 1864." ^AimOBZSEI) CAPITA!., £500,000.! ,2Jr.'::2 '.. ori'ICEB: IS Coining STEEET EAST, Melbochxu. Directors .Son. C. J. Jennee, M.L.C., Chairman. Hon. Johk M'Cbae, M.L.C., Vice-Chairman. Bixnz, Eta., J.P., 5I.L.A. i Wnwut Dithoid," Esq., Collins-street East. ?JOMX BMXOS OSILVT, Esq., Queen Strest. 'ftto. Wbaxtok, Esq., J.P., 24 Collins-st. W»t. c'f" V.' . AeeauHt&it WBIUU SlKCOCE, E«q. Manager-. . Witiriuf Paximok Muis, Esq. - ; Deposit Receipts are issued, and Interest is - ?Uewed at the following rates: - Oo Deposits for 12 mostbi (fired) .6 ptr c»t. per annum. -:.J. ' ' Do. 6 months' 6 do. do. Do. 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

Miscellaneous, ROSE OF DENMARK HOTEL, 55 NAPIER STREET. * In hoc Sir/no X X X X Sanitas. Ales, Wiuea awl Spirits of the best and purest deseriptiou. ... Admiral .Pinzon'a Sherry. Manilla Cigars^ :V; Government,make. , Best Two Ales - . 3d. per Pint. Carlton Prize Ale'(in bottles) 89. per doz. J. T. WEBSTER, Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, &c., (Late of S6 Clarendon-st.,) in thanking his numerous friouda and the public generally tor their kind patronage during thft last five years, Cegs to mfonu them that he has Removod to SO CLARENDON STREET, (ihrco doors north of his old establishment), where he hopes by Btrict utteution to business and a moderate taritf of charges to seeurc o liberal share of the favors hitherto bestowed. ' Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery of every description cleaned and repaired with despatch, at moderate rates. 0 LLadics, ear's irierccd with the new patent gold pierccri^ C OUT-DOOll SALES CONDUCTED -V. ' ' ? J'5-" '' 'l' S. D. NATHAN, Auctioneer,;. Now R...

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POSTAL DELIVERY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

POSTAL DELIVERY. To the E.litjr of The Record. 'SIR,-It is .said to be the birthright of an Englishman, amt he should be permitted .to indulge in a grumble 'whenever- -.any.- th:u-j has occured to -disturb his: even temperament-when 'the .cap.fits too tigthly- or his dinner disagrees, with huu.! If that- is the case (and I believe it .to be a fact.) I can not see why.I should not be allowed to have my growl as well as the " old man'" 1 am, awfully savage about the arrangements in vojrue for the delivery of letters, " that's what's the matter" with me at the present time, Mr. Editor. It would grieve me much to enter an indictment against our Post men, because I believe them to be very decent fellows, but as I don't pretend to be aught but mortal, I am airaid I cannot do any tiling else. The fact of my not receiving the letters I expect from my sweetheart, my wife, or my very particular friend, until a day or so after the time they ought to be de liverered, is surely enough to ruille ...

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PLACES OF WORSHIP versus PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

PLACES OF WORSHIP versus PLACES OF ENTERTAIN MENT. To the Editor of The Record. BEFORE proceeding to consider this ; question, it may be worth stating that i it is at all times an undesirable thing to discuss in the public prints "those religious topics that might give rise to- . .debate; because, of the abundant and I firce antagonism of the sects into which ; ;the professors of religion are divided; j .but, the present remarks are fairly en- : titled to have place in the public eye, , considering the aspect or position of i sundry matters pertaining to religion; > freely discussed in some of the Mel bourne papers this last week. These are not all referring to one church or ? denomination by no manner of means, ? and I do not pretend to judge the , right or the wrom.', except as it ap pears to my own conscience, but wish merely to rehearse for the considera tion of the thoughtful, some of the portentous signs of the times. Some little time ago, there appeared in the Ecening Hera...

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Rome at Last; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER X. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

I §mu at TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES.; By "KELP." CHAP,TEE X. (Continued.) The storv of their fight .was. brief ;i the bushrangers hearing-. the one party; under Sergeant-Ryallr-had--' headed' upon another track under"Mou'ntJTar ran,rower. as had - been--,.anticipated, only to be met^ by "O'Neill and Mr.: Trooper Potter,^vho"had:rayt-ediatflv> opened fiie on them, v Inch brought them to, and ?whi-lei»hesitatihsj ..winch: road to take, the other .philistiHci were uoon them, and: after. ;av shot,, or., .twos irore, they were .severally .knocked ofii their horses and" were* sooir in' the1 'QiKen's bracelets;',,, one, horse,: was.! as Mr- Potter facetiously-said; : shot i hors de combat; the-worthy-Mason! was shot through the- mouth, and. tliei third mounted villain was..'removed^ from his seat by a crack on the temple,: which by no means improved his. ap-i pearance. The man who fwas evidently; the leader, Sergeant Ryall1-swore ; that' in an exchange he must have Out the robber, however...

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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

Garden Operations for the Month. FLOWEU. GARDEN.-This is one of tho busiest months m the year; most kinds of ornamental and Huweriug shrubs, ever greens, itc., are' beat uvnsplained now, and any altera:ions iliac are to be made in Mio laying oui of grounds should be commenced. This is itie best; month for planting eutiings or slips taken from the grassy growth of carnations, picotees, and good pinks. These should have more at tention than is usually paid to them in this Colony, for no llosver is more suitable for a warm climate, as it keeps fresh look ing, and fragrant for several days after cutting. Have beds prepared for bulbous flowering pliuits-rununculus, hyacinth, tulips, <&o. Divide and plant out the choice kinds of pansies, holy hocks, poly anthus, pi'imroso, violets, daisies, camellias, &c,. y Sow > hardy annuals iu dry, well drained, borders. Commence making new plantations of bulbs extensively, g'-v;cg each plenty of room, according to hubi.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

i"--8orou?lx"rof-Emorald BUI; '' ^bxiCE:-iie' COLLECTOR attends' at his _l3l' !Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING-,from 9 till 11, to receive payments cf late. - , , WILLIAM TOPE, ' i Rate Collector. < - 1 Borough of Emerald. 5:11, EEASE of THREE-CHAIN ROAD TOLLS, ..cvfbifilS months, fronrltt May. Tenders re c»iTedl,Until, half-past seven p.m., on Monday,; 26th April. : JAMES EV1LLE, .,,..'7 r n f -- Toyrn Clerk. Emerald Hill, " 31st March, 1860. . .. _:.Borough of Emerald Hill. TENDERS will be received until Eight p.m.', _ r on. Friday, the 23rd iust. .j ..For Lining with Wood the YarraBank Toll h0US«. ...... " V JAMES EVILLE, "'ih ' ' Town; Clerk. -Emerald Hill, - t,r2lBt April, 1869. etiT i- Boroufifli of S&ndridgo. /^PANTITIES ,OE SEAWEED having ac ' "cumulated on the Beach at Saudridge, par ties requiring the same for manure, or other purposes, are united to REMOVE it as soon as possible. EDWARD CLARK, . . Town Clerk. Saudridge, April 5, 18G9. MEC...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 21, 1869. (Before Messrs. B. N. Sandilands, J. Nimmo and T. Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE ; COURT. . Wednesday, April 21, 1869. (Before Messrs. B. N. Sandilands, J. : : -Nimmo and T. Mouat, J.P.'s.) ? Matrimonial Causes.-Jsines Dun can.was summoned by his wife, Mary Duncan, for neglecting to contribute towards" her support. Complainant .tated that defendant had not main tained her for some time past, and had refused' to do so, in consequence of which she had been compelled to earn her own livelihood. Duncan was di rected to pay £1 per week for twelve months towards the maintenance of his. Wife.-Catherine Lawrance sum moned heir husband Thomas Lawrance for' maintenance, but as he did not appear, a warrant was issued for his apprehension. A 'Termagant.-Anne Rent, alias Holland, made her thirty-first appear ance at 'this court, being on this oc casion'charged with drunkenness, for which'she was sentenced to fourteen days'1 imprisonment. She was then accused of breaking the windows in th'p house of Catherine 'Morton, and was ordered to pay a fine of £10, ...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, April 19, 1869. (Before C. Mollison, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

MNDRIDGE "POLICE COURT. \xMo)iddy, April 19, 1869. . (Before; C. Mollison, Esq., P.M.) A Sail for Sale.--Henry Lubke was charged with stealing a sail and coil of rope the property of John Sullivan. It seems that the pr osecut or, who is'a boatman, missed the articles in' question and heard that the pri soner1 hsid a sail and coil of rope for sale/and 'called upon him with the in tention-of purchasing them. When them, he discovered to his great sur prise- that they were his own property. He-gave information to the police and theK prisoner was arrested. He was sentenced to six week's imprisonment with hard labor. Ship Cases.-Thomas Reid, a sailor belonging to the British ship " Lin colnshire," was charged with wilful disobedience of the lawful commands oi'i .the chief officer, but was liberated with £ caution.-Emanuel, Francis Pirou,:. Alfred Vernoth, Victor J. Charles, and Lioursa, natives of the Mauritius and sailors on board the British barque " Henry Darling," were charged with. d...

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The Record. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1869. AM I NOT A MAN—AND A BROTHER? "Murdor,—most foul and most unnatural." Shakespere. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

©r.e lUcoifr; THURSDAY' APRIL 22, i860. . ;AM I NOT A MAN-AND A BROTHER? ' . ? if'-Alurdoiv-most foul and most unnatural." » , - .... Shakespere.<. 1 Hugo Jjevinger was* a'few days since j .committed for trial on' a charge of ^being. accessory, .before the .facfe, to.the : murclcr: ofthreePolynesian. natives, ' (we give the evidence cn precis else \vhore);and as that matter may be,said to be sub judice we sliall ofier no ?opinion nor'comment as to the guilt'or innocence of the "accused. In" any case ' .we i can, compliment; the . bench aipon>their.iovident; determination, by1 making the bail a caution (£4,000), to prevent any'leaving,for foreign parts/ and avoiding t-lic possible result un less, indeed, at a heavy cost., ,, ..c, But beyond the question? of:whether Hiuo Leviuj.er instigated, and by his immediate countenance, aided , and abetted the , inhuman atrocity, >or whether -by-notftaking active .steps; to prevent the'horrible butchery he be came . partioeps.--...

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SOME LOCAL SHAMS. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

SOME LOCAL SHAMS. To the Editor of the Record, Sir,-Shams appear to be the order of the day with one, at least of your correspondents, "Caustic" to wit! This gentlemen has been airing his eloquence to no small extent through the medium of your columns, running full tilt against divers men and things which he considers come under this designation. On looking over his letters I find he carefully abstains from speaking of anything which might be classed under the head of local shams. I hope "Caustic" will pardon my audacity; but, perhaps he will-some evening-(when not engaged in any of those abstruse studies, which no doubt occupy his leisure) -take a walk up Dorcas-street, from Moray-street, as far as Cecil-street, about the hour of (say, from half-past nine to half past ten, P.M., and let us know whether the odor which usually about that time assails the nasal organs of pedes trians! is, or is not a sham? Or may be he will favor us with his opinion as to whether our local Inspector o...

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THE LAGOON QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

I THE LAGOON QUESTION:., THIS subject, which.either in-its mal oderous and. unsatisfactory aspect, or in its possibly utilitarian, form,i:ist,a most important one both to the borough of Emerald and ,-that - .of,.-. Sandridge; comes before us iately ,in new form. The local Board- of,.,Health, submit that by reason of the.difficulty, of keep ing the sea mouth,of .the,/lagoon,open it becomes a very dead,,sea of-.of cor ruption and ' thereupon,, thet ? - Central Board, with a centralizatmg conserv atism which Melbourne ought just at tins juncture to be highly, grateful for, says "Give,- up .all; idea- ot .. renderings the natural !icanal >useful- by thecon-1 struction of ;docks-go to work-fill jt up-sow, over, it-and: make a pit'cncd, dram down the - centre - lor drainage/" (to become "a; similar .nuisance 111 a lesser de.iee). - , Melbourne has.for years and is still insidiously "but''surely- working the dock question' to the' heart of the city, and no doubtJ it would' be much more ...

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