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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE' :! vr " COURT. . ' f ' Saturday, May 15, 1869.' jPigs.-Hugh Byrne and Pat. "Woolf were' summoned at the instance ;'of-"-the Inspector of Nuisances foivvariousin fnngements. of the, borough .bye-laws relating to the keeping ,of pigs. .Mr. Albeat Read who, appeared .for the, de fendantSj took a large number,; .of obj&ctions,. several :of.,;wHch1willv be decided byj the; Supreme, pourt,,notice of, appeal. to (that. tribunal havixig .been given.,..'. Byrne<was fined £10, with,, a similar-jamqunt, for. costs, and, Woolfe >Xasvmulcted in the sum.of £10, with Sis,- cqsts.,:,., I } j'Vf. ;. J. ? --V5 ? JohnToy was, charged by $crgeaiitEllis,with stealing a clock,,the; property; of ,Mr.,.AVin.' Tope,-.the.'rate, .collector, in April,; 1868, whilst; remo ving;, Sergeant iEllis^recently ascer .tained. that the clock;,was sold to ;a pei; son<,on;the "hill,"; and lie subsequently; traced,-.jits,..possession{to-;the prisoner,j who :was-undep%o...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 14, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

SAN'DRIDGE POLICE COUlllY /.'liFH'itey,' May 14, 1869: ' ' (Before , Messrs. Mollison,; P.M., .and" r,.;: ,.Mr. Swallow, J.P.) ; . .. Jlcmoviny Sand.- John Quilligan was fined 40s. and 5s. costs, foivrcmov-" ing- sand from Crown lands without: a license.'- ? >, > - Ship Oases.-Frederick Sumner, on remand, was accused of absentiug him self without leave from the British ship Lady Jocelyn, was released in the ab-i sence of a prosecutor.: Julius Ditlejsen, of the ship Manfred, charged with the same offence, was also dismissed;, as there seemed to be a misunderstanding as to his obtaining leave, of.absence. - .Monday, May 17, 1869. . /. (Before C. Mollison, Esq., P.M. and ..1(, T. Swallow, Esq., J.P.) ; . .This, day being Whit Monday only the watchhouse chargcs were dealt with. Dismissad.-William Huddlesoone was charged with deserting his wife.. The prisoner had been arrested in Kyneton and forwarded to Sandridge to answer the complaint, bus as he was blessed, with a forgiving bet...

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The Record. THURSDAY MAY 20, 1869. THE VEXED LAGOON QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

TIWltSDAY* MAY 20, 1869. THE VEXED LAGOON QUESTION. THE result of the recent Conference in the Borough Councils of Emerald Hill and Sandridge respectively .is very satisfactory-as,' far as< it .goes,; andprobablywill 110 doubt,lead' up to ; something beneficial, but it is rather . ° , i i , - . - like ELIAS' advice in reference,,to giving alms,to a poor sweep boy-If, you' should meet*! with one < of ? these small gentry early in the, morning it: shall be good to give him a penny-it. shall be better to;give him twopence.": Thus, we think, it would have been " better " tohave invited delegate's from the Corporation of Melbourne, whoso interests to a greater or lesser extent .must be affected by the action taken in' this matter.- < The Conference - passed' | .the following resolution: ." That the vJoint Committee of "Sandridge and Emerald'Hilb request " the Hon. the Commissioner of Public Works, to causc.aisurvey, to be made " of the-Sandridge Lagoon, w...

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ROUND AND ABOUT, THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

110UND AND ABOUT, TIIE'] ':v HILL. . In the name of the prophet Pigs! I have during some leisure lately attending these precious pig keeping cases,, and I heard with: some satisfaction.that; in spite of the-" bumptiousness "? ;of Mr. Head -who appeared for the. pigs,-,the Bench stood for:no.' repairs, ;but fixed the defendants off with a stiffish fine; 1 have no MahomedannorMosaic dislike of the unclean animal, I rather .like him in the? form' of ? Porky l.Iam or Ba con ; I canj tolerate him. alive especi ally if kept moderately clean/ and,at a distance1 'from ;. human - dwellings'-, or places of traffic where the olfactories may be annoyed by them. I know also,;that some ipersons arcso ;fond. oi. them" that; they domesticate them ?al lowing Madam Sow and her little ones to usurp the hearthrug dc <justibus,no)i est disjnitandum Mr. Editor,: and I've not a word to throw at the pigs 011 the hearthrug; or the others, but .I tliink.it I only-reasonable that1 the fraternizatio...

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OUR LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE DEPOT. AMONGST the various Institutions o this model?Boroiigh'1 there is 011b so importantly utilitarian that it deserves some special notice,-at our. hands.. ]\Vc allude to our Fire Brigade, their ap pliances /and' general!'. condition: as to efficiency. Some short time sincc ivc noticed the f crection :of. . an Engine house,-or , as that: lis: a; Incus, a non by reason of'their having no engine ivc ma)" describe it as an'apparatus depot however-as by, any other name t'would be ; as efficient.-we will accept it as i above: , A . very i nice , little room lias been built, for the hoiising of the hose reel, hydrants, ladders, hooks and other..,tackling required by thcpompier in'his-arduous '? duties, these are all kept in most excellent.'order-in fact "ready,..aye,.ready/' might honestly be assumed as>a,motto iby the Brigade. A very important provision is-made in the depot by the. introduction of si guage to ; tellv what amount -of water service pressure is on s...

Publication Title: Record
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

GOVERNMENT ; NOTICES; AVe have,, true" to, our programme at .starting, eschewed all,interference with politics save of the most local cha ^ractery i but there -.are /some /subjects which it is:at;times necessary-to touch on which may savor ofr politics-inas much: as : they may have reference to some act on the part of the Ministry and what we now allude, to is a: griev ous sin of omission oil; the . part, of the hon. Minister-of Injustice 'Mr.-Casey in whose hands the distribution of the Government advertisements»is vested, in steadfastly ignoring the -RECORD as a-jnediuin' through, which these . legal notices-which, it is expedient.the, resi dents of Emerald - Hill i and . Sandridge ought to made acquainted with should be diffused.... r {.We: approach i,this, subject ;iiot en tirely on interested motives, seeing that tiie'."RECORD has, so,long, held its own even without Goverment, patronage, but upon public grounds,; inasmuch as -if it' b'e necessary ? to . publish the notices refe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

Business Addresses, &c. CLARENDON TIMBER YARD STEAM Saw AND MOULDING MILLS, Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, EMERALD HILL. G. SKEATS Haa on sale Building Materials of every descrip tion, at very reduccd prices. Oregon and Baltic Deals," Battens, American Lumber, Shelving, Clear Pine, &e. All-materials kept under cover. The cheapest place in the colony for Steam made Architraves, Mouldings," Skirtings^ "<£c"., made to any size and pattern. ' All kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. t -y' An extensive assortment of Builders' arid 'Fur nishing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese, and Colza Oil under Melbourne prices. ' - J. COLCLOUGH & CO., Whoes&lel and. Family Grocors, "Wine, Spirit, and, Produce Morchants, 166 & 167 C LA BE N D O If S T RE E T, .... EMEIULD HILL. ? ? ' All orders punctually attended to. D. SARG33ANT, . TAILOR, 16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. Tweed Suits, to measure, from ... £3 0 0 9 Tweed Trousers ... - ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. w. MITCHENEB, & CO., Manufacturer* of every descript ion of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, ASD 10 .TOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. OM Blinds re-painted, taped, &c. Orders liy post punctually attended to. CHARLES' LANG-HAM, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, : 201 Clarendon Street South, (Next RUCOHD Oflicc.) Knives, Scissors,' Axes, nntl Razors ground, sol, and repaired. 33. TYLER'S Hair-cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing / Saloon, 145 CLARENDON STREET,. ... NEXT THE HAMIS. Iliiir-cutting, Gd. 'Slurring, 3d. Shampooing, Is. Boys' Hnir-eutting, 4d. Ham's, Knives, unil Scissors ground (mil set. JOSEPH ' KLIXjiXji, UNDERTAKER, 75 CiAEEXDON STKEET, Emerald HlX.Ii. ltis OS 1UUV, Frkatc Carriages, Buggies, Cabs, Saddle, ami Harness Horses. Good Stabling accommodation. . Furniture llemovcd. PEABCE & VINEY, (Late of Grovillc's Telegram Company) Telegraphic, Reporting, aiid General Agents, 39 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE. ; Agencies in all...

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THE OFFENSIVE ESTABLISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

THE OFFENSIVE ESTABLISH MENTS. | In our last issue it would be observed that a motion proposed by Councillor Nimmo and carried, tothe efiect that the attention of tlie Sandridge Council be drawn to tlie various obnoxious es tablishments in their Borough. In con sequcncc of the pressure of advertise ments and, other important matter, we were compelled to hold over the dis cussion until this issue, .and we now rr[yc ji brief report of^-the same, i Councillor Nimmo, in moving the motion said it would be considered in vidious on the part of the Emerald Hill Council :to interfere with matters ?(which were outside their ;own bound ary and which more'' particularly ppir-, 'corned tlicir neighbors, (the Sandridge ^Council), but in bringing it .under.the notice of the Council,, he; ,did so "with a view of promoting a great advantage ;to both Boroughs, for although the -es tablishments were m .Sandridge the .smell arising . from them, did not,: re main tlicre only, but was waited- into the Em...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, May 13, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday/ May 13,1869. present .-The Mayor (W. May, Esq.) and. Councillors Mbrley, Johnson, Curtis, ; Poolman,Plummer, ; ancl Crockford. . . The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CaKKESVOSDEXCK. The Town Clerk .read the following letters: lrrom the-Water, Department in re ply to a letter from the Council stating, that as soon as'pipes were available j a supply would be given-to the ' Esplan ade. 5 r Eroni ,F;, sLeplastrier, Secretary<?. of. A.O.F.j stating that it,-was the. inten tion of that order to ^give a Dramatic performance in Theatre lloyal in aid of funds of'-Melbournci'Hospital ' and Benevolent..???Asylum,.1;, on,.37th May,, and soliciting the patronage of Coun cil-Granted. From Emerald Hill Council in pur suance witli Councillor Niirinio's motion drawing attention-to the obnoxious es tablishments within the Borough of Sandridgc.-The report of the Health Officer (Dr. Curtis) upon these estab lishments was also- read.-The ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH.         BENSON.-On the 17th inst., at her-residence, Albert-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Andrew   Benson of a daughter.     DEATHS.           M'CUTCHEON.-On the 12th inst., at his resi-   dence, 60 York-street, Emerald Hill, after a short illness, W. J. M'Cutcheon, aged sixty years. RYAN.-On the 13th inst., at his father's resi- dence, 76 Montague-street, Emerald Hill, John Francis Ryan, eldest son of James Ryan, formerly   of Nenagh, Ireland.         GARDNER.- On the 15th inst., at his residence, 1 Dorcas-street East, Emerald Hill, in his fifty- sixth year, Henry South Gardner, Esq., formerly of Ballancollig, County Cork, Ireland. For many years a member of the borough council and magis- trate of the colony of...

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THE BABY'S STOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 May 1869

,l! r J^TIIE'^AKY'S ' STOCICISG^' .. ' ?'" Jiang up, tho bnbj's stocking, . Bp sure you don't forgot.! Xlio dear'HtUo'dimpled darling! ?'She lie'cr saw-Christmas yot.'. ? ? f'v'''*''/.I But I've told licr all.about il, . p.. Aud-sho,opened her big blue eyes,. , ? And I'm sure she understood mc, She looked so funuy and wise. BcaVi dear ! what a tiny stocking ! , . ? It doesn't take much to hold Such little,pink toes as baby's.. .>. , \ . Away from the frost and cold. But thcn: for Baby's Christinas It will never do'at all; .»/.> Why Santii.CIaus/wouldn't bo looking . ; ? ! For anything half so small!.. . . I know; .what we'll do for tho baby ; . I'rctiiought of tlio very best plan ; I'll borrow a stocking of grandma- " The longest that ever 1 can. And you'll hang it by mine, dear mother, . Bight hero in the corner, so, And write a letter to Santa, ? : . Aid fasten it on to tho too. ? ,;'rvu;i;. hj ' ' 'Write, " This is tho baby's stocking i ' ' . That hangs in the corner here ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

Bank notices. The National Bank of Australasia , CAPITAL-£1,000,000. THE EMERALD HILL BRANCH Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, COVENTRY STREET. ' /. J. M. CAMPBELL", , Manager. Emerald HilJ 21st August, 1368. The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria; [LIMITED] For. Deposits and Loans on Freeholds.'" Incorporated uuder "The Companies Statute, 1861." AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £.500,000. OFFICES : - 18 COLLINS Shieei EAST, Melbourne.^ Directors- , 'j Hon. C. J. Jenneh, M.L.C., Chairman. '.j Hon. JOHN M'Gbab, M.L-C., Vice-Chairman." ,j Rouert, BYRNE, Esq., J.P., M.L.A. ."j Wilmam.DETMOLD, Esq., Collins-street EastV | JOUN, SivenceOgilvt, Esq., QueonStreeli.'i ^ GEO. WHABTON, Esq., J.P., 24 Cbllihs-Bt.'West. Accountant- u.'") "WlLLIAM SlNCOOK, . Esq.>Vi Manager '. ' VTiliiam PATEKSON Muir, Esq. Deposit Rccoipts are issued, and Intorest' is allowed at the following rates: - [ j~ff On Deposits' for 12 months (wed) ......'fi per cent, per anntuu. ... ,Do; , : Oiuontns do. . do. T ? ? ' ? -Do. ? ...

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LOOKING BACK. CHAPTER. II. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

LOOKING BACK. I By "KELP." ; CHAPTER., II. Sl»svHiVGAit, K,v?fT is 'ivorthv.of sni* description. She was tW. - mc tliirty-iive or ESt^Ir10' never tell a woman's ago, aiul it i,'? m best not to tell it She 1 thin, nor .was she stout, and w£ f put on her smoothest look she was Jvt means ill-favored for, a woS^u° eyes so grey that tney might have C green without much change rfcS She ^-as her ^ V° c . chiselled; her lip firm, even to com pi ewion; and m her' earnest moments *ccmed ^ she Were resolS keeping m somc m^hty . generally she seemed ever oa tlie alen a:olci".10to burst out -thebasementfloorkehadSSl wxth p^voyance and was prepare^ v . t0 exorcise son t htulc^ . Wfluence over iiiy grandfather, not that, they were famij -t1'^"t seemed to me by reason of her being- m possession of some secret which it would be unpleas-mt « have made public;as far. as Warwick Cottage was concerned, 'Mrs. Hafiw ?held almost undisputed sway, SOme. times I have known Mr. VcLnZ pore her and insist upon ...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

'Melbourne and HoTsson's Bay Railway. I .. rriMK. .TABLE. ST. K1XDA roil MULUOUKXE. 7.40, 8.0", 8.20*, 8.40*, 0.0b, 0.20*, 9..J0*, 10.0#, lais, 10.-15; 11.15*; ii.'i5 ii.in: 12.15* 12.15, 1;15, 1H5*, 2.15* 2.-15, 3.15* 3;45, 4.0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, 6.0,-0.15, G.45, 7.15*,-7.45, 8.16, 8.45, 0.45,,10.40*'p.m., ;:,v; EMEUA1D HILT, l'OU; MEMOUBNE. ' 7.45, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 0.5, 0.20, 0.45,"10.5, 10.20,, 10.50,11:20/11.50 11.111.- 12.'20;i2.5b; 1.20,1.50, 2.20, 2.50, 3.20, 3.50, 4.5,i .4.25, >4M5, 5.5, 5.25, .6.45, 0.5,6.20, 5.50,; 7.20,, 7.50, ;8.20,;,8.50, 0.50,. 10.52 p.iii. \ ; r ! , . '. MELUOUJljfE ? roil EJtEEALD llli.Ii. . 8.0*; 8i20; 8:40/ 9.0,' 9.20, 9.40*, 10.0; 10.30,11.0,' ir.30,!l2.0'u.iii'! 12.30,' 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3:30, 4.0*, <4.20* y,4.40*, 5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40", 6.0, G.15* G.ilO, 7.0,' 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.34*, 10.31*, 11.44* ]>.111.' ;; . ..'" ... '' !' EAIEltALD 'illLlj' l?01t' ST. K1I/DA. 8.'Iv8:24;>8.^i', 9.4, 9.21; 9.44, 10.4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

- l-_ Amneemehtsr'T .-r -orf So SHIP"HOTEL'hnit'y'it FR.JEE^:COii'CEltT 'ilAiLtJp _ r,' '.v,' 3AY, STREET, SANDRIDG-E. " -1 1' I '»> 1 . ?'?> ? ;:... ! I. ? ? : ?: 11 .'I If. MORE ATTRACTION! ;'il ????<. ?? '? T-1. ' Mil ,!.! liThq .proprietor lias much pleasure in,informing, tho public that, , ( , ... I . 0«« Easxeui .Monday,) JLuicii.^29^]^. and every, evening: till further notice, will'bo pro duced! on a scale of .magnificence never, before 'at fcmptcd'out 6f' Jlelbouhifc,1 witli'alTth'ei scientific and startling effects,1 tho Tragical,'Comical,'Demon-, ical, and whatever you like .to.call it Burlesque, uniting in its construction'tlic romantic patlios of tho"'wcll; known - ballad" " Alonzo~nud--Imogeue with tho . > >M. . t L.IXG n HOKR|)RS: .r. of Goethe's JE* JL XT & T ! JI') witlilciitiro £Ncw Scenery by Miy.OPIE; i i , , Also, an entii'o . . NEW BURLESQUE COMPANY! 8S"Farco, Comedy, Singing1, and Dancing11 Every Evening:! Pianist, Mr. W. ROirE. S...

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SPIRIT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

| SPIRIT ;0F3mRLMMENT. | .. ? .... . dan .)l'A,r.Y.'Ol{L jPK0i5ABi,y-ne(v[ei,i ,siiice the inaugural jtion. qftf"thpr people's ministry" has j Mr^McCullochjuid his party required I lnore. .help right. and. left, trouT^ei* i stare them in' the fa'cc.'' ^Miv'Vale, haS^likc^MarcuSfGuJtiusj^vliqpdid^not look before he leaped into theTcliasm/ ' ^^^.foilgnc^nd'TV^i^ about-ifrion Wt niemberU;|Vr!(|Mi%'.LS^ soft' moment -vrerit .<i^%baldheade'dig for^his friend' G'Eeefe.V' to !'the 'exterit'of .iusti A'i i'\i Oi ?'fi.-./z/aUn} . vt ..''i-*" iymg commercial]im^ioi'alitjrlira1 man ner^hict\(m^raJ^e..j5Qipi^j.^e^0jto thmki :is\rhether-,'i;iif ^tliejfj^.enimciated dpinipnsT^^ye'^^w^tffb^iwKe is quite the man' to trust:fwithr,'three .or .f6yr;miUiq'ns;tp.,p^ with'. .|'..!',Tlie: ]VXiixist^V!,'?6YJ//Juiff6^ has . v..»:r..v ..... c.j5/j'rj7 j"hm> DgiJOT. y beenvputtmgs on .;,theiVlug^est Jo|,,£ign heeled; boots, randi:tried;it^pn,jvithr the County Gourt Act'Amendment Act to get himse...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 22, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo and Mouat, J.P.'s,) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

i K-'EMERALD HILL POLICE ; COURT. -I-xos-'.; $$fa'T-4?y-> May 22, 1869. " ^.Before Messrs. Martin, Niinmo .and :>/ ?; Mouatj'J.P.'s,) Dismissed.-Mrs Mary Mulligan ^as summoned by the police to 'show caiise why she should not contribute towards the support of her child which had teen' sent to the Industrial Schools at Her . own request. It appeared j=that when she applied to the bench to hUye the child sent to the schools she stated that she would pay a small sum'every wfeelc towards its support, but'slie had not kept her promise. Their worships did not think they had the : power,-Ho order the payment of the amount/arid dismissed the case. : Wednesday, May 26, 1869.;?. (Before Messrs. Nimmo ? and' Mouat, - J.P.V) .. ^ . .i: Remanded.-Agnes F orrcstji accused of robbery, was remanded for a week .for the production of evidence.1 > i ; . ; :'JDel>t Gases.-Zeke Nelson,:wbohad; neglected to pay tlie 'suni bf '6s.;clue| for rent, was directed to pay it at once.j -William Dillon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

.T .Borough. of -Emerald Bill. NOTICE.-The: COLLECTOR, attends at his Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING, from -9 till-ll, to receive payments .f E*tes.f .'!WILLIAM .TOPE; ? )rni. Kate Collector. ..EMERALD HILL TOWN COMMON." Important. Notice to Owners : of Cattle. THE Managers of the Town Common haying received numerous complaints of the nui sance, annoyance, and damage to property caused Cattle still being allowed to wander about the streets, especially at night, have directed the Sec retary to cause the following Regulations to bo at once carried out and acted upon : 1.-That Eule 12 shall bo strictly adhered to, 1' by delivering the Cattle to tho Herdsman ' every morning, and receiving them from liim evory afternoon. 2.-That every Calf or Dry Cow shall be re moved forthwith from the Common, and if j ' found on'the streets will be impounded. 3.-That no Goats shall bo allowed on tho Com 11 ' mori, and that all found thereon on and after '1 ? 1 the 1st June pros, ivil be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

Kate Advertisements., MR. A S. HAMILTON, - ' PIUCTICAt, PIIRKXOCOG-ISX, i Will dolivor n ? 1 > i LBCT^BS, j ; ; Itt the ... ; MECHANICS INSTITUTE, EMERALD HILL On the "Representative) Hon off / Victoria, tho Ministry, tlio Quostiou of Parliamentary Privi lege,, and Sketchos of tlio Characters of;tlie'lIo notables M'CuUoch; Higginbotliam, Casey/Francis .Fellows, Langton, Mncclonnoll, the Attorney General, aud Sullivan, ami i of Messrs... Mackny, Blair and the redoubtable Jones." ' MONDAY, MAY. 31st'. ) . . ? ? tj-w: \ . :j Jo Doors opon'afc half-past aeTCn. to connnoueo at eight. Admission-Is,; reserved seats; 2s.'

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