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CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] BUS VERSUS RAILWAY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

COJUIESP ONDENC'E. AVc iti'onot responsible for tlie opinions expressed . . . \ v . o by oui-C#>.TCspomlontB.] ??? *? " "*i0S vrit-sus g AIL WAY. To: the-Editor of The Record. : > Silt,-1 trust that you. will in our local paper use your influence ;to ex citecthe.attention of the inhabitants of the" Hill, tothe'propriefy of patroniz ing the Busses (ivhen they commence to run) as well as the Cars, and see if we cannot teach the Railway Com pany a lesson on activity, as well as compel them to afford more accommo dation to their prs iengers. It has long been a complaint the filthy cushions of of the so-called first class carriages in summer, and their not being water tight in winter, as well as other-ob jections, to wit, the inferior character of the carriages for Emerald Hill to those used for St. Kilda passengers, and when any remonstanee is made we are treated in the most cavalier stlyle possible, in fact, which amounts to c If you don't like it leave it, another mat ter I thin...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

MorbonrBQ and Bofrsoa's Bay flallw1 - TIME TABLE. 8T. KILDA FOB MELBOUKKL\ 7.40, 8.0*, 8.20*, 8.40*, 9.0», 9.20*. 9.40', 10.0', 10.15, 10.45, 11.15*, 11.45 a.m. 12.15* 12.15, I.15, 1.45*, 2.15* 2.45, 3.15*, 3.45, 1.0, 4.20, 4,lo, 5.0* 5.20, 5.40, 6.0, 6.15, 6.4S, 7.15*, 7.1i, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.46* p.m. EJI2iULD HILL FOB JIKLBOOTM,'. 7.45, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, 945, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11.60 a.m. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.50, 2.20, 8.60, 3.20, 3.50, 4.5, 4.25, 4.15, o.o, 6.23, 5.45, 6.5,(5.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.m. MELBOURNE FOR EMEEALD HILL. 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40*, 10.0,10.30,11.0, II.30,12.0 a.ni. 12.30, l.O* 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, .4.0*, ,4.20* 4.40#, ; 5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40*, G.O, 6.15*, (5.30, 7.0,-7.30* 8.0, 8.30, 9.34*, 10.31', ll/LA* p.m. EMK1ULD niLTi FOIt ST. K1LDA. S.4, 8.24, 8.44,' 9.4, 9.24', 9.44, 10.4, 10.31, 114 11.34 a.m. ;12.4, 12.34, 1.4, 1.34, 2.4, 2.31, M 3.34,4.4, 4.24, 4.44, 5.4, 5.24, 5.44, 6.1, C.l?, 6.34, 7.4, 7....

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THE LATE MR. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

THE, LATE MB. JONES. Historyever has1 * . its ? paralells - the Tarpeianr rock1 was- but a', lew paces from the<Capitol and'. Mi', C.' E.'Jones who was" politically the " cynosure of wondering eyes" but' a lew weeks since, is now politically damned and relegated to private. life--another sad example of .''Vaulting ambition ''Which o'erleaps itself." This; surely is, not to be without its inoral-r-Mr. Jones .will, we hope, be a sadder and a wiser,, man . eachmem of. that representative institution .will we should . think set himself diligently to-enquire how far lie is as culpable, ab Mr.,,Jones, 'or ,how far his conduct might ;be twisted into that form, and the;community outside/will: we.. sin cerely trust, .begin earnestly con sider. the best means so, to alter . the details,of o'ur Constitution, that V honor able ",,members,, may) be so in- ? some thing; more,, than , mere. courtesy, and that they may],be.-.kept- free,-from" the condemnation of having "* *? itching palm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

. Business Addresses, &.c. 0LARBITD'ON TIMBER YARD STEAM SAW akd Moulding MILLS, Clarendon Street and Clarendon Flaco, HMKEALD HILL. C, SKEATS Eat on tale Building Materials of every descrip tion, at Tory reduced prices. Oregon and-Baltic Seals, Battens, American- Lumber, Shelving, XJear Piao, <Sx. Alljaiatorialo kept under cover. TK«T cheapest place in the colony for Steam mads ' Architraves! Mouldings, Skirtings, &c., aade to any eiie and pattern. All kinds of Joiners Work made to order. An extensive assortment of Builders' and Fur ' sikhing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese, and Oeli» Oil under Melbourne prices. ' J. COLCLOUGH & CO., Family Groeers, "Wiae, Spirit, &ad Fro&uog Meroli&nt3, 16« & 167 CLARENDON STREET, j KMESALD HILL. ?n: All orders puiurtuaily attended ic. X>. SARGBAMT, TAILOR, ;16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. ."VUvrHA Suits, to measure, from £3 . 0 0 "~3Pwe«tlTrousers "... 0 17 6 ,,Suit Blwk Broa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

Business Addresses, &,c. J. w. MITCHENEE & CO., Manufacturers of overy doacription of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, AND 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD IIILL. Old BUndi re-painted, taped, &c. Orders by post punctually attended to. CHARLES LANG-HAM, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, 201 Clarendon Street South, (Next ittrcmi> (itflce.) Kuives, ScisBors, Axe?, and Razors ground, set, and repaired. B. TYLER'S '? ; Halr-suttiag'j Shaving*, and Shampooing Saloon, 145 CLARENDON STREET, NEXT THE BATHS. . ' . . ' Hair-cutting, 6d. Slaving, 3d. Shampooing, Is. Boys' Hnir-cuttms, 4.1. Razors, Km'-es, and Scissors ground and set. JOSEPH HII.Ii, UNDERTAKER, 75 CLARENDON STREET, Emf.eald HILL, HAS ON HIEE Private Carnages, Buggies, Cabs, Saddle and Harness Horses. Good Stabliag accommodation. Furniture Removed. PEARCE & VINEY, (Lat« of GrerUle's Telegram Company) Telegraphic, Reporting, and General Agents, 39 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE. Agencies in all thc"Voloivnx...

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SHOCKING DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

SHOCKING DISCLOSURES. TIIE KIDNAPPING, CASES IN THE POLYNESIAN .ISLA NDS.-On > Friday last, Hugo Levingcr was brought be fore the Gity Bcnch, charged with having-while . acting< as- super-cargo of the " Young Australian":-been ac cessory to the murder of three "natives of the island of Apieh, in the New Hebrides. Superintendant Ryall con ducted the prosecution. The evidence of an intelligent lad named Johnson, the cook, a,white man, and two Poly nesians (Rotumah men) showed that the schooner went from Fiji amongst the islands, and ' picked up ' men and boys, some fifty or-sixty where she could, and apparently upon any terms. She eventually arrived at Apieh, where the two boats went to the shore osten sibly to catch some natives but failed to do so, during the afternoon a canoe with three occupants was observed coming from another small island; she was intercepted, but the natives, see ing the white men had guns, jumped overboard to swim on shore but were caught and bro...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, April 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

SANDBIDGE. BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, Aprillo, 1869. presentThe Mayor fW. May, Esq.; and Councillors Morley, J ohnson, Kelly. Curtis, Poolman, Piummer, and Crockford. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read the following letters: From Mr. Clay, Surveyor, drawing attention to a great nuisance caused by a person living near Mr. McLuckies' property keeping between thirty and forty pigs. He had given the owner notice to have them removed. On the motion of Councillor Morley, se conded by Councillor Johnson the Health Officer was instructed to sum mon the owner of the pi.s with the view of having the nuisance abated. From the Water Department, stat in"1 that some pipes would be laid on' the Town Jetty for the purpose of giv ing the ships a better-supply of water. From the Water Depart,nent, with reference to the question of a stand pipe, stating it . would be erected in Evans-street, at its; intersection with' liaglan-street, Bridge-street,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 22 April 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH.             KING.-On the 19th inst.. at 35 Dorcas-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr Henry King of a daughter.                 MARRIAGE.                 COLLYER.-BROWN.-On the 15th inst., at the Wesleyan Church, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. W. Lelean, assisted by the Rev. M. Watkin, C. Collyer to Anne Brown, second daugher of Cap- tain Brown, of Emerald Hill.         DEATHS. SMITH.-On the 19th inst., at the Victoria Hotel, Bay-steet, Sandridge, Mr. Frederick Wil- liam Smith, aged thirty-six years. KIDD.-At 34 Church-street, Emerald Hill, of   of dropsy of the heart, Lucy, youngest daughter of Mr. Willi...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

: Melbourne - and Hobsoa's Bay Railway. TIME I'ABLE.,,. .ST.KILDA 1'OIlMIiLJJOUJtNii. 7.-10; S.0», 8.20*, 8.40", 0.0*, 0.20», 9.10*, 10.0s, 10.15; 10.45,11.15#, 11.45 iV.iii. 12.15*, 12.45, ia5,' ,1.45*i 2.15*,h2.1oii3il5*j: 3.15, -1,0, 4-20, 4.10, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.-1-0, G.O, 6.1'5, G.-15, 7.15*, 7.15, 8.15, 8.45, 0:<1G," 10.d(J* p.m.. ^j . ' EiiEiiAiD iixli, rok; memjouhxe: 7.45', 8.5; '8:25, 8.45,'O^/O.^O;''9.45, 10.5, 10.20, lb;50,ll;20,11.50 n;iu:' l!i2.20, 12.50, 1.-0,1.50, : 2.20, t3.Q0y 3.20j 3.50, 4.5,--4.25,-,4.45, 5.5, 5.25, . 5.45, ,6.5,0.20, 5.50, 7.20.'7;50, 8.20, 8.50, 0.50, ' 10.52'p.ni.' '^Vi, .' 'III f I'- -ii'i.v... , ' MELBOURNE TOR EMERALD IU11. ; &0», 8.20," 8.40,''9.0; 0.'20,!-9.40*,!l0.0,' 10.30,114 ; 11.30,12;0 n.m.<! 12.30,'1.0* .1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 i 3.30, 4.0*, 4.20?, 4.4 0«, 5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40*, .6.0, ; 6.T6*,-b:30, 7.0i 7!30*,.8.6,' j8.30, O&l*, 10.34*. :il;.L4*>p.wi r.U: a-nAyt ..«.« i ' W/ EMERALD HILX/'IOIl'ST. HI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

.. Bank Notices.. Thb"-National'-Baiik;fof Australasia; v, - ,;i \ ^ Tfl E-;E'M'E B:AtD Wl4 L 2f 0 H Has bpcn BEMOVHD to.thc New Premises,'1'" '' COVENTRY ' SiaSElEST. " ,3- M- CAMpJJELL,., V I ,\ (.V. .id.:'! !'»<i,ia I , r . , . Manager. "J)EmeraId(HiD'',r -oni"/ '..H T 21st August, 1368. u>:% 1!J>i'«;'. i-.i v'.'i . The Land MortgageBank.of, Victoria, orf' [lisiiTEd] , ;: rf»: v <For'deposits and Loans oa Freeholds. . ?; "Incorporated uudor "The Companies Statute, 1501 ?'.1 ' AVTHOXZfiBB CAPITA!., £500,000.7 . ' . OFFICES: .- . . . ..: i S8 Cobiu-S SIBEET EAST, MELBOUEbfj:. ; Directors-,.' ; , Hon. CI. j. Jenseu. ;M.TiiO.,'(^iunnnu. Hox. JOHN' M'CitAi:,1 M Jj'.C.', Vice-'Ch'aimafiV''' EOBEBT. Btrke, Esq.y JVP.}lllEIi.A3ffiirrr. !1' M' '. :"'Wii,UAir SiicocEj-lisfj.'' -tr-i is. »'f fi;t..no'. ;ytn I' Managcr-r .. 'v1 "WiLLiiil PATEESOS'aiciiiV '/-i1 ' .iiMii! ;!i; ' ' j uii"<v , irlivr i>Dcposit. Bcccipts; arc issxied,! 'und'iliUprei!l.;is...

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Home at Last; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

"TAKE'"OF BOTH HEMISPHERES ' ' 33?""KELP." C^ifTi^XIVYOontmaed.) ' '' Tlic" 'CoT6nersJ 'narrative was satis* factory to^all the party, and all though1 of rthc, bushrangers ,was passed aside! they stcadity.'sct .into' a claim in Cali fornia Gully SvKipK* . promised well, and further than promised, even pev foi-mecl,' and : thcyi spou had a respect able "weight of gold in the treasury. The claim in which they were working abutted on to' *tliatr of the Wilsons, an'd!a sort of acquaintance had sprung up .between ..them, and .011 the occasion of. the marriage of .Tom Beaufort to Mary-Wilson"!, they'had been asked to ^cohid'-up -in' tlie ! evening," ami ac cordingly {had "made;.it half a day," and' having _ cleaned themselves they h'ad'gone' in' a body to Happy Valley. Beside-"large preparation in cdibl'cs and 'potables for the festive occasion, ,the,."boys" had taken down one of tke partition walls, and thus a large saloon was created-into this Colonel Tayleur (Mr. Lasswade) and his mate...

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Garden Operations for the Month. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

Garden Operations for the Month. \ APRIL. This month in Victoria frequently re-' sembles October in the rapidity of growth' which"sets in after the autumn raiiis.; Vines and fruit trees frequently start into! a vigorous I secondgrowth, and: produces blooms;; i. the wood .however,.' so, formed,' seldom ripens, and the plant.; is seriously! injured;? by 'the' premature, starting; into! fruitless ^owtli of wood,'intended1'in; the ^economy/oftHc'jj'pl.iiivf;/,to;v;'b ear ^''blossoms and fruifr.in the succcediiig;spring. ?''Q«H dens aid, shrubberies not iindcrgoing ill-) terations should iiow have a very gay ap-! pearanee.."'. Kuisli the opgrationp of clip-( ping edgings of walks; hedges, forKing-tlio' grounds among, plants, mowing, syringing insects, &c.- .. v ."i , ? ? ?,--i'/1 I TiiOWER GABDEI?.-Tliis'is onor'pf. tlio busiest months' in the year; most khida'of orn&mental aiid flowering',' shrubs;, ever-! greens, &c.; are best 'transplanted '. inowj and any alte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

WANTED to PURCHASE SHARES in the Emerald Hill, Sundridge, anil St. Kilda liuilding Society. Apply T. NOIJLE, Auctioneer, &e., Clarcudon-sti'cct, Emerald Hill.

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

Cji'A'ptkr" XII.' Mkiitok the 'next morning, took ^ad vantage oiiv.anv;0i>p.0rtuuitv.,wheii--.4liei other; mates ?wcro-$way, ito ; subnubrthe mattei licTucbt to Insr heart to the Colonel, who'frankly- and' candidly ad mitted tliathe liad'iio objection to, offer,, to; what- Giq believed/ might -be r con sidered: the, happiness-ot'his daughter. ancbFilmerj'save the'urifprtimate'. shade, of suspicion, which- hung over his own otherwiscj honorable >nanH!f;-v,.Merton's' pretensions' to (Jecilleriheiwas .aware*of/ Mrs. -layleur .'having on ^the''previous e vening - made ''him>v awar of" the'Jiacf.j and he . expressed.;: admiration ^at the delicacy,i oforhisti daughter^ and .«. the inaiily.finnness ^ oti-sMertoniiiinder f'-the circumstances.,;.^Hei regretted' -'that.;'.'lie. saw no means ^bv which his innocence could ever, be umanilestcd>i those who knew,luni best would . exonerate >hini; buttUcworld 'at hirge :wcmld\he 'feared, ever associate) thc(.nam.ej"of, ^Tayleur; with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

0x1' ^'Boroutfi'of Emerald' Sill. IVPOTICE,-The COLLECTOR attends at liis .1^1 Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING, from . 9 till 11, to receive payments .fRattes."! ij'j'i'i M.'s .o ;y.;! . wiLHAM TOPE, . . Bate Collector .?.'''"''"SMoufflx-of Emerald Sill. 1; fENDERS' Will bo received until Eight p.m., 'fin Friday, the 7th May pros ;'' t For Lining with Wood the Yarra Bank Toll ;iii; houses'.'; ..j,JAMES EVILLE, 't\ Town Clerk. Eincrald Hill,. <'" 27th April; 1869. : no !.' Sorouffb of Emerald Sill. ff^HE' following notification is published by M ?! t desire of the Central Board of Health. , . io" l:"<. '!' JAMES EYILLE, .!ii> .> TovmClork. Emerald Hill, . v;,,; 27th; April, 1869. THE'Central Board of Health have reason to believe that, notwithstanding that public attention has of late been prominently directed to the importance of re-vaccination, a large amount of apathy and ignorancc still exists on the sub ject, and that many persona have ...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday April 26, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P. M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

SANDRID&E POLICE 1; COURT. ^^l^'^qndayyApi'il 26,1869. .(Before; .Messrs. Mollison,P.M., and . ui ? . (Mr. .Swallow, Ship (Case.-Robert Elliott,1 a sailor .'belonging to the British' ship " Kent," Was charged with wilfully disobeying thc lawful commands of the chief of ficer. The prisoner stated that he haxl bie'eh requested to do something on Saturday for which there was 110 ne cessity, and because he would not obey the mandate he had been confined in arcloeet all Sunday aud Sunday night, and handed over the police on Monday morning. Mr. Mollison, in ordering the liberation of the prisoner, charac terised'the conduct of Wells, the chief officer, as grossly unjust, and informed that gentleman that he was liable to punishment for false imprisonment. -Assault-William N. Williams com plained against George Ford for as saulting him, but as the prosecutor did ribt wish to press the case, the accused [was discharged. . Wednesday, April 27,1869. (Before Messrs. Thomas and Swallow, ...

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THE SPIRIT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

lIIE SPILlii-OF PARLIAMENT.: - .-IF /'"'BY'^YXES'S^^BO^ ! ;Tile s'pccial purging of the Legislatiyb! Tcniple 'lias, during' the'' past weekroc-j ?p'upieil the Housc^Jones 'having' been j thrown' down . from the ', High' places' 'they''| fell # upon' .poor'; Butters, "''and; rciiiorsclessly' sentr"'him to'^the' right; .about-'they '* tlien'.' ..dealt'. with 'littLbj Bowman; ',hej' however,' criecV j'pec-i 'cayi,", and kindly'favored th'ciri ';>v:itl\ a i legal' axiom 'in"latin which' for, the j benefit of the 'lion! 'Attorney General,' he (Mrr -:Br)'""said>~he'""Englished,! to ithc effect ithat "if. acpcrsonydid a] thing guilty in. itself,\but with a mind; unconscious of-guilt, .it wasn't guilt,": and thet Houseiithen "reprimanded"j hiuu aiid > suggested' that he should give j .up. thev£50 he ,had;received from Mr.! "Eutters .toj some, charitable- institution.j iMcIveau;' be.came , gushingly/^ eloquent about-1,his .friend. andiicolleagu'e,, and -thought that his explanation ...

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The Record. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1869. THE LOSS OF THE "HURRICANE." [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

] >> T1LV USD AY,-APRIL 20, 18G9.' ' |TH^E|'jLOSS ;:QE .THE « HURRI ! ' - CANE." ijTiiJi somewhat 'singular loss of: this jship has occasioned considerable ? dis cussion as to, the cause of her foundcr iing.in1 Caple Sound, from the fact of jsome of the witnesses having 'ap iparently attached, some importance to jthe fact of some water having come in ithrough the hawse pipes and .gone ! done by way of the ? compressors . into ! the chain locker, and thence 'into: the ;hqld; the theory^ however, would not ; under. any circumstances be accepted 'by practical' men-but /withi the ad-' mission thatthe, ship had, while run and eleven knots iover ^the ' ground, struck something, whether a.rock or. ri piece of wreck, is iimmateriali-abo'ut an hour previously; lit1 is' 'simply- absurd to look <for -the I cause of (her sinking in so improbable ?a causd.' ' There can be no doubt - that when the .ship's; head .began to droop the: hawse, holes -would facilitate.;, the. water, ge...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

BOUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. SOME apology is ilue for my neg lect of my peripatetic observances for the past few weeks, however, jicrhaps 'its no consequence.' I am like Analyst, X. Y. Z., Caustic and the others, I am sceptical, about the police being on the Hill and so appa rently arc the boys, as they throw stones, perpetrate petty larcenies, &c. with impunity, and are more recalci trant (that's ,1 good word Mr. Editor, and I use it for the quite as expressive more flowing, but less polite ' cheeky ') than ever. Going back to the police, I am credibly informed that a police man is, now and again seen somewhere near one of the Railway Bridges al ways in heavy marching order, and in a full suit of hurry, I presume he fades out, and produces a new color, and becomes the invisible blue afterwards. Going back to our youth and their small-their pettiost larcenies, if there were no receivers there would be no thieves-and if tag-a-rcen shops were not prepared to buy small articles wi...

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THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 April 1869

TH E 'EARLY; . CLOSING' MOVE :Jiiinoiie^MENL;,;.,,^ , !Fqk;soine.-timc; past i;the city of Mel bom-rie %:as>set a good example to the suburbs "and provinces,. bv a very general adhesion-to .the early closing o£ places' ol business; ithus emancipatiir. the several' employesj-atr' reasonable hours 'instaad of kcepmg'them on their legs,to fall^ sorts ol unreasonable hours -mtill{th'e most patienti.drudge of tlicm all-fatigued in mind and body-finds the exercise' of 'attention! and civility almost impossiljle^'to' say nothing of tjie'^ojppM afforded for amusement,.>jjrelaxation., or improve ment.' .' , i "'-The mechanic of":the" colony has achieved his.indepciidauce in this par ticular-eightliours-work; eight hours recreation' or improvement, and eight hours, sleep-were the terms he dic tated; and ,he i succeeded, , in carrying his point;' why should 'the toiler be hind, the counter, 'a:'far less healthy occupation than, that, of a'-'tradesman, be-subject to h greater; in justice ...

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