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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, April 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

SAND. RID G}En Bp ROUGH COUNCIL Thursday ^ April 30, 1869. Present :^Tlic,Mayor.X)y,.,iL>y Esq.; and Councillors;. Money,. Johnson, K61HK 'Curtis'' Toolman',' Pliimmcr,' aud'Croclcforcl'.1-'" w '"I ?"> >< ; Tlic 'o:f Id's't nieetmg'' were' rcad:nrtd confirmed. io noiivinriT <,;.n /??? CoiUtufel'ONDENGlJ. -,iTi.l .: ,xhe Town* Glcrk4bad>,the 'following' Ictter^-juM ?'!° From, the-TpWint^Cle^kvojil-Banariiti East; fonmding the annuiil,, import of, tiic'IIcaltli' Officer- (Dr. Cleiidemng)3t aiul>re^uestiiigr'Oouncill'to:'scrid-,'copies' of Local II ealtli'iOfBi,er's, reporti-r--ile fcrred to Jiealth^fficer, ftid/he /Town. ClerkSvas instructed to t writetothat ^Fran SIif TKos'1 ©allow, dor-warding. his resignation's jitmembe<rtp,f.tlie local fire ;brigade.-Qn the motion, of.tfic Mayor,® s'c'c6nded;by 'Councillor Cui;tis the: resignation! wtis' accepted.-'1 From Mrs.)j William-, dCellj* j ofi Sta-: t(on-pla c^%tW,that shej :was a .poor wido...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

rhiif iri>t>ix-w.^v-o c!ntn n ni\> r Garden Operationsrf.or- the Mouth.., b'uur.>;jf». TO'-*?> '<i iKx^nrih', > >./Hj I ?r>. 'This:m6nth'wilbabsbrb:iall i the atten-j !tipn of ,the gardener,;,for,,jn(additjoiijto rthe seasonable operations, all. alterations' 'in'"the :p]ahs!'6f<tlic gardeii arid'the'fdrma-! jtioii of ;iie\vj walks laud permanent j beds,; .should |be;as nearly as possible completed.! 'Keep bHdy ^lof',cutting's'iaiid5 tlie "garden! igenerally -free from 'weeds-selecting: dryj. .weather, ,ior, puch, .work; j .Bp, careful. ,t;or 'loot! carefully' 'over','beds "of.'lnilbs,' lest; I8lugs'may>fcat'' the young 'shoots; ''"Give; all the borders a good dressing of manure; so, that in ^plaep of weody looking^-au-; mial'si,' 'ah'd' sicUly looking roses arid shrubs,! -youtimay ihiive^ something (beautiful: "to' :look, at. 4 j .jit, is., ,a j grpat., mis takpi; (to. sup-j "ppse that,because Jlowcrs, grow rwild''.in! the bushV.tlie'...

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SPIRIT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

? SPIEITi! OF BY SIYLES'S J BOY. JUST as Buffon divides the animal king-' dorii' info 'classes,5, so' 'onemay..define the;-J genus; paidiamentary. Ave! ihaye the .^loq^uaCi''ue^en;on .their, .owp. legs, ana:,the " rumunantawho appear to only havef.- 'tlio'-H- faculty '??'of ""listening! These1 peculiarities 'Have! been'/largely develop,ed,;!iii;:thqjCl.ebatpsv^ately,, some of ,the formerr. class. l^ying-j fie'en t par ticularly lively,'ancl '6vcn "endeavoring tb'j'speak' twice' at once jt'wliilc1tlie 'lat ter Ijjfhave ...(exhibited hthdrVi marked, peculiarity in .sitting.. still- and looking, like' Mineiva's owl 1 '" i'rofoundiy Wise." ' oui,r members}1 'Mr: rWhiteman' .has ? thrown: himself'] into nthcgulf, of ,talk'"seyeralMtimes, like;- another^Mar-j cus^Curtius/tiirowinghqrse'anit saddl'e; together -now\^'dcfeii:diiVg LfHr?I Glass! 'aiid! lus-.'association/' or;. iat canylorate,; standing .between them.and^wliat ^most; people consider their just punishment,! and anon showing the...

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HORRIBLE MURDER NEAR EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

HORLLIELE . MURDER:: NEALV J?;;;; EMERALD^HILL: : .Shortly after, seven o'clocT^'ycsterday mornings a boy named Allardyc'c, ,wlib herds*'cows, discovered the dead.body of a woman in the Military Barracks ??Reserve'/! ? about- one hundred^yards -from. tlld'Sfc'.'Kildjl-road^0l(Ue? utf'on^e informed(the" 'eon's'tablc1 oii1 "duty j'oh Princes'-bridge-'.'.'of^thc >.'? circumstance, and'the officer^ immediately'proceeded to' the spotj'where saw a'horrid-picturc. In' one of 'the 'Holes 'of'the;swamp 'layJa ' woman, apparently-between 'thirbyJan'd fortyr''ycars: !of"age;! w'i£h"her^clothes thrown up 'above 'her Jwaist-.10 -Marks^of clay' were on'the'stockings (and'on; the left-'knee;1 the ' 'neck1 -"was' discoloured, and bore finger marks-!>upon^it j'-the head was:'-turncd~to~thc~right side, and >a quantity oficlayjwasi on.'tlieanouth ; the1 left ibreast'iiwas r exposed! iand .bore visible -signs i of ; having beenvibitten; . the >right' hand was :closed landjint it'was i found...

Publication Title: Record
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THE LAGOON AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

THE LAGOON AGAIN.',' A\rE - liavc a large appreciation ,of the practical ' charaetcrV: of - our represen tative meiiy and wc. arc itlicrcfdre.sur-: prised' when we find them leaning1 to folly1-in the matter of the Lagoon. It; has; hccn.suggcstcd to sheath-,pile the whole length, deepen it, etcctcra -all, merely l Sisyphian /labors r unless something bc; .done ic keep the month of the Lagoon open it is just pos sible tthat the, t sea j moirth. might be kept i.opeii i till,,the, job , ^yas finished, or1 till -a/stronger ; .gale'.than-i ordinary came down from 'tlic South''seas; .when it:will'inevitably,; silt-up again. "rTherc is in our anindronly one way; to meets the difficulty/viz. by bringing in the Yarra and thus, effecting a backwater. The better, mode,-,-of..cffcctuatiiig, a ,proper consideration of the* manner of * dealing» with it and its concurrent difficulties,! is to procure . a, conference of all' in-! .terested"yiandr,then., elicit the, sugges-! tions of competent men; t...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 1, 1869. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Haig, Iffla and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

V 'EMERALD HILL POLICE ' , COURT. \ ; ' ' Saturday, 3Iay I, 1869. ?' '! (Before Messrs. Nimmo," Haig, .f'Iffla :and Mouat, J.P.'sl):,;i vjf"????. .... TJvrotoing Stones.-A boy ^airiedj 5 'Jeremiah :White was brought,before their worships, charged ;with damaging . the door of Hugh 0'Bbm*ke's'house .in Market-street. The charge^,wa,s! "proven, arid the defendant; ordered; to] ' .pay a fine of 10s, with : 20s' damages1; ? in default, to go to gaol for seven days.i ( ;: Wednesday, May 5,1869. .'%)/ : f "(Before Messrs. Martin, Finlay, im'd , Nimmo, J.P.'s) . . Obscene Language.-Constable Long; j proceeded against Margaret ^illiamsj for "making use of obscene!, langua'gci within hearing of the -public, and thej charge being substantiated, she wasj mulcted in the sum of 20s., with Ss7 6d.j 1 costs : in default, one week's imprisbii-! merit. ( 'v" t .Chimney on Fire.-ThomasvB(inj ' Smith, summoned by Constable Longj ifor allowing his chimney ,to take,fire,1 , , T?as fined 10s, with 2s 6d,c...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 29, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

SANDRIdGE POLICE COIJIiT.. ' Thursday, April 29, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Mr. Swallow, J.P.) Deserted Children.-Edward. Dow ney, Annie Lubkie, and Emma Lubkie aged nine, seven, and five respectively; were brought before the bench as des erted children, but were remanded for a "w:eek to enable the police to. . make inquiries in the matter. "'IAbusive Language.- Mary Fitz Buhmons, for using language the reverse; of.polite to William Crossley, was di-j rectod to pay a fine of 10s., with the i ^alternative of three days' imprisonment! . ..Cautioji to /Sand Carters.-Eatrick; Burns was summoned for removing i .sand from the Crown Lands without! Haying obtained a license,and tlic'bbnch! -with a view of stopping thisVofFenco',! inflicted a fine of 40s., with the alter-! native of fourteen days' imprisonment, j

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The Record. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1869. OUR PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

THURSDAY' MAY G, 1869. OUR PUBLIC WORKS. WE arc singularly unfortunate in our .public undertakings--if we construct Railways, "Waterworks, or, Public .Buildings.of:any,kind tlie law.is surely invoked in. the form of>- action or arbi tration to settle how far beyond the legitimate contract amount; the most patient community is to be . bled, and probaly no country in the world was ever so beilee'ced as we arc, uotwith standing'the 'fa6t that : Wc maiiitaiu^, well paid a qtnff of experts to watch over our. interests as' any country. / .Our contractors generally seem to make thcir's the...pld.Br'ummagem axiom - " Win, tic or -wrangle." Anglice i make a ,fortune .out of the job-refer it-to arbitration or .take an action at law-well .knowing, that the synipa thics,of..the .individual .acting as arbi trator or juryman, is always enlisted in l favor'of the contractor as against Go i vermncnt or a corporate body till it has ;degenerated into ,a .proverb that " the contractor who finishes ...

Publication Title: Record
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

ANSWDKS TO Con.RESPONDENTS. J. H.-Tlmnks for your approval of our lulo " Home at Lust. Wc have a few perfect sets from the commencement on liuml.

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

.OURSELVES; -'Wai; may' be; excused sonic.(little sell' .gratulations that' we1 have- tided-over: three quarter's of thfc-first year'of our; Journalistic existence-a period which; like liiimaii'childliqod is ever. attended' -with; ??f'parlour.i «dangers;'ii JciWenhave' much to be grateful for 'to those kind .friends, who . havey, supported mis, , and as -wc havey as well as'>in us lay; kept faith.w-ith-the, public and fulfilled our, .promises to bc:locnlly useful--without being .personally offensive,': we look for an .accession^to^thc.Vnumbcivof our patrons. ' ' !'We';havc endeavored;to consult' the itiistcs of .all by >the-insertion of; i useful information, interesting to ^the^locali; ties,, the' exclusion of.any; ? thing that might render the-1 admission'-?of the Recoiu) 'into, families " objectionable!, ^andithe.production of ,a;serial;Talc by: 'a1 well: known colonial writer. . This' courscjwill be- continued, and .the pro' prietary of^thc -RiJC'OiUJ .will'Jby :con-; tinu...

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THE HURRICANE." [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

THE ^ HURRICANE.' THE Pilot Board have', as we anticipat ed, ,cxoiicratcd; Miv.Pllot; Kennedy, of any 'blame; andpve fully endorse their! finding. f f' There jis, 'lioweyer,, 'some-, thing-will the Board,,'[pardon. oixr sacrificing .personal respect=on the altar of journalistic > duty?-old; womanish in th'c .idea of a.'ship 'foundering' in moderate weather;/, in Jiobson^s, .Bay, from Avatcr-; :takent;ini;by'iway of!:. the hawse pipes j! but let-'that go for, what it is worth andleavc tlic ^iliiirricane" to tcll'henownvtale'iwheniraised. ./;We have another matter to deal with-from whatever cause the " Hurricane" " went Atridery'flit -; is t admitted -.on',.all hands j; that' some ? foreign-, substance was struck;1 and''that' she was then in. >' . ">J| ' ' the fair,way, ,if, not the. jvery. middle, of it, at least in a fair position: Woj. have.* it 'as a fact, that the liar-; bpr^vas in use some . years, ibefore . tlic Gorsair, iLightningi iand"Lonsdale rocks were ?known,1-'u...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 6 May 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGES.           ROSS.-SMITH.--On the 9th ult., at the Presby- terian Church, Clyde, Otago, by the Rev. C. S.. Ross, George Mico Ross, Esq., agent Bank of New Zealand, Queenstown, to Emily, youngest daughter of Mr. William Smith, Emerald Hill, Victoria.     LIGHTFOOT.-DEBENHAM.-On the 21st ult., by special licence, at Trinity Church, Sandridge, by   the Rev. Mr. Platts, T. Lightfoot, Park-street,   South Yarra, to Catherine, relict of the late Mr. Debenham.     DEATH.     O'GORMAN.- On the 4th inst., at his residence, York-street west, Emerald Hill, by John O'Gor- man, aged fifty-nine years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

Bank Notices. The National Bank of Australasia. ' .11;! 1; 1 CAPITAL-£1,000,000. ' .! ' ?TIDE EMERALD HILL BRANCH Has been REMOVED to tho Now Promises, : country? STREET. . .. J.M.CAMPBELL,, . Manager. Emerald HilJ ? . ? 21st August, 1368. The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, [LIMITED] For Deposits and Loans on Frooholds. lucorporalcil under "The CoinpauicVStutute, 18G1." AVTRORISSD CAPITA!, £500,000. OFFICES: 181COELISS STBBET,5EASi, MBLpOCBNE. '' y .. . Directors- >* :"'l. ... Hon. C. J. Jenneii,1 M:L:G.,' Chairman. Uox. JOHN M'CKAE, M.L.C., Vico-Chainnan. Roii'eut Btbne, Esq.j J.Pij M.L.A!1'1' WILLIAM DETMOLB; 'Esq., Collins-street East. JOHN SreNOB, paiLyr;'Esq.,:Qucen Street. G-EO.^WiiABTojt.-Esq.,, J.P., 24. Collins-st. West. A liina'i, , Ai) 1 M Accountant WILLIAM SIXCOCK, Esq. !>o«;moU />«« i»^j!L-^.tft.bolffi«i(T. .WILLIAM .PATEHSOK Mcib; 'Esq. Dopbsit, Receipts aro . issued, aud . Interest is allowed lit tlio following rates: - ? ' On Deposits for 12 months (fixed)...

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

./.'U'FW;'] 'J. *)J^}R J>RR;?^RIIHLFJOL/ . CHAPTER XV. T'CT r\ :? "i . r.r <r. -ntr /-R /-V *; Soon r after the" excitement^'of the aBovp'"memorable"'night Mertoii' was summoned1 at a_ late hour by Jem Briggs.ta see.his..uncle,,.the Lieutenant! .who'-'had>been' /aiKng Vfor,. some little "time;, on,, arriving at. Maulmain's, he found (him. in.what Mrs. Terrets, with .^unfeigned grief,,called " a bad way j" 'the'61d riiati was collected but evidently ..going,,he,^summoned up all his 'natural | clieerfulhess however j when his nephew . approached his bedside.' '"Ah'Mertori, boy-this is kind of you.y I did-not- expect you so soon-sit doSvh^-:I am inclined to believe I am at a 'stay-peak,' and only waiting for final orders:tojbreak-ground. Well, my life has been one of honor, if not of large, usefulness, 'and I hope the little good I may have done will go to balance the sins logged down against me." Here he paused, as if communing with him self. Emmerspn tells me that I ...

Publication Title: Record
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CELEBRATION OF THE OPENING OF THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

»GEI/EBKATION OK 'THIS-:;<OPENING OF TIIE . .EKXBNDL-Y. :. SOCIETIES,.. DISPENSARY. -.'.The,TcaMeeting.,and ;Goncert: en!-J tertainment to celebrate the opening/of the- above Institution,, took' place on Thursday . evening last'and was a most ; .undoubted success. ,.^Something.like. 900 tickets'were disposed of which will leave a very handsome balancc'iii'fayor .of the -Institution. , . The tables were literally loaded with good >tliingsj ahd every-onei seemed to ..?enjoy", theuaffair most heartily." The Hall' of! the 'Me ehanics1 Institute in .which'ifci took'place' ;was'.??'tastily draped with- flags: and banf ners: . '.The . tables-' were < 'provided' '-by Mesdames Sandilands, Itoy^^oya, Reardony 'Khlaysoivand.Madd 'briclge, l^yson^'dMgCaVi.oiQj ^hite man, Lord, -Barker! and-iWood .-Tribe and: Tope'; ;Teale 'and l owlcr:'Story and :Stevcris/ Brown, Skeats., Danksj Phillipson., and llintal. "W hite and .Sladcji'Nind, and Miss McDonough/ Sirs. GaispnandMis'...

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THE SPRING-STREET THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

tHil U-'U> sn ,f i .)d) Lit THESPRING-STREET THEATRE::' ? - v oy.'V1 5 <V>I OHiO-i i),"''- ':«i-« -1-- - J-* ' n .> ; THEATRICAL speculations inMelbounie ihavc', itfis sa, noti'cable-coincidence;' al ,iways/:bi6cn - risky /aridti-verjK generally . failures ri I since:."the H ^inauguration) 'of . ir'esponsible Government-andtw'e have i moi .'doubt ithat 'experienced impresario, George' Coppin .'or the theatrical .^revolutionist;. . Mr,r> "Boberts, wotdii- at oncesassign msi a cause the !su23ei:ior at traction -of"the-Spring-street House ; with its pop ^ilar pieces/startling effectSj );l^g'ejVajid'ty^ie'd^ c^p1aQ^,auU^supers; i,to,osay- .nothing; .of is;.the .public--'being . cbupon holders and free Centers: ' I It''is ''tlie: yericst'''inW^nuiier^ jinid-: ''iefls ^uitra'r-Tinon/ejisc!'^^Cto,,italk'rof-' the i corporate . ihonor^-the . dignity - the; 'powers, privileges'/'and immunities; of ! Parliament,. .under;;existing':; circuni-; 'stances-when twoioffenders...

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Home at Last; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

A- ITA:LE">DE,<: BOTH . -HEMISPHERES BY "KELP.' U; inAOrijJfi' 'W.;0. ?:>!; K CiiA-PTEit^jXIiY. ^Co»^m«cf/t>l ? . v(0n'o iiiheavyj^highi -i in March there were strong-indications of. approaching \atmosi)heric/dis|urbancc.(, .Muntz was away at' Deal,"ancl Me'rtoii started in tlie evening to "intercept the mail cart 'and get'a\cast' to Deal in order to comc 'homo - with himU1''-The weather came ;dp-\vn before lie ;(had expected it,and by the.time ,he. -had. .reached the main 'road^ so violent was'the -storm,' that it waa'with difficulty , lie! could-1 pull the mailman who was sticking his lie into,' his, breast, and; leaving the safety of .'Her' Majesty's mails pretty inncltto j clilifice or: the sagacity of' the liorsi ?while on^thc.'high land about Codding ton, while lopking-intQ black abyss, sea ward, between,thetwinkling lights of | ' the' Soutlv'Sand-. H'e'a:d arid the Gull, .he 'saw a flash as'though of a blue light, -and iubs'equehtlyiarocket. "There, is a v...

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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

Garden-}.Operations for; the'. MoiilM j : This, month(>vill absorb ali^ the., attpn.. tion 'of!"the gardener;''for,"iii*"additionto the-seasonable operations; 'all alterations ill the, plans, of: the (garden and thcfbnna; 'tion of new walks and, permanent beds, should' bo lis ? h early as pos'sibl e completed. ;Kepp. beds' ol' icuttings .and tho -garden generally free from weeds;--selecting,dry weather-lor such work.' : ,.;? JCitcuex 'Gtahmek.-Attend Xtti1 "last months'., remarks. Towards;tho, end., of the'mpnth, divest esculent roots gone, to rest; such Tis rhubarb, !&c.; of their leaves, top-dress and fork the: manure .intbhtlie soil carefully ; dig potatoes,rasi they; rna 'turc;',J Finish planting'" out' ''cabbages early,! to head before the spi'ing^growth, qr else, they go to seed., T,Sow -largely,, of lettuce, onion, spinach, radish, pea, also a ' .fewJb'roc'oli'arid' caiiliflbWor;; 'divide the roots and- re,-plant -jjiorsenrudish;! storing all the hue clear- sticks;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

»; JTO .Government Advertisements. nTjl AO the Bonch of Magistrates nt,Emcral4'Hill: JL -I, ROBERT Airruuit BosxiifG, Ship's ''Steward; now residing at So'. 82 Little Bhglau .! street,' in;the Borough :<>f Emerald Hill,, in illic ^Colou^iof.yiqtpria, do hereby give notice .that j it ^isjmy intention to, apply t o the Justices sitting, at ..tho"1 Cdn'vt of''Petty Sessions to Se'liblden 'at J .ww i&suiuy^ui .Uf x wpjjiwu> o oja ,iprMi house1 silnat;o at,tlic '"corner- of Ragian-strceC, and I 'the ©is'tcrn-roiid, in the Borbugli'bfiEnicrald'Hill i_afovps!ud,nis: substantially constructed j of f (brick (jinatorials, /with, a/slato.roof, contains ]t\vp . sitting .'rooms and two bedrooms,' exclusive' of those're ' quired'for the uso of'iny 'fnmily,:is' 'niy' '6wn1,prb; f .pertgrj> -unlicensedand unoccupied.- Proposed -sign ^Eising Sim Hotel.',':, -K:"r. ,r; Dated,tliis 5tli May, ;18G9. j .,ii ROBERT, ARTHUR. BUSSING.' ilinn:! .! ? i-...- . ? : :. ': . .; . Boro...

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THE SWAMP MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 May 1869

.SWA31E1 s'lUllDEE: ";! ' ". i.'lo'i 'vi'-r.v m-jtt"1!/.-? If'has t>cen 'a. popular, idea for many . years,that,/''lmirdeiv will - out," . tins, however/ does not''always stand good in'Yictoria', as 111 the case oi Bridget Maria. Lynch;i her (blood ; still '.' cries out from the ground'," vandvsociety, is ?riot only shocked' at the " deep damna niilion of lier'taking off," but isjndig nant; >.at, the vopportunities of<>se,curing valuable 'clucs1 t'o-'thc-^diR'dyery' 'ol'thc inurderer/whichiiave been lostl'eitiier through, .the, rputiiie^system or;<th*e rin dulgonco rof 'patronagc'ini thc-selcctiori of "" a. patholbgisfr "' to1' n'iake 0tlte ''pohl mpricmr^tmis^thc,.murder is ,believed, to have taken ;place : during the :,niglit -at any rate before daylight,'or,'it''is ' rmonably ^tp '#1jo'belief liceman, ;\vhosc.beat;'is, icxclusivcly" ,on Princc's !Bridgc must" havefscen7s6me tiring o'fit-if he were' on''duty?" ( The body was, . first, discovered abou...

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