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Garden Operations for the Month. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

; Garden Operations for the Month. . ' ?MAT. This mouth will absorb .all tliei attoiir tiou of the gardener ; lor, in addition to tho seasonable operations, all: - alterations in1 tlie plans of the garden'; and the' forma tion of new walks and permanent beds, should bo as nearly as possiblecompleted. Keep beds of cuttings and the garden generally free from! weeds-selecting dry weather for sucli work. 33c Icaroful to look carefully. over beds of-bulbs, lest slugs may eat the young shoots. Give all the borders a good dressing of manure; so that, in place of weedy .looking an nuals, and sickly looking roses and slirubs, you may have 'something beautiful 'to look at. It is a great mistake to sup pose that because floweirs grow wild in' the bush, they may be grown in a garden without cultivation. : . - . i ? " KITCHEN G-AKDEN.-Attend to last months' remarks. Towardsi the eiuV of the ?month, divest esculent roots, gone ,to. rest, such as rhubarb, . &c., of their leaves, top-dress ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. THURSDAY MAY 27, 1869. THE PENAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

THURSDAY* MA.Y 27,1869. I HE .PENAL i SYSTEM; i TxiEjlate horrible murder of ;thc Rev. -Mr.iHiLL at Pcntridge and the dis closures at the Swamp murder inquest have set the minds ofmany casuists, at work,: considering whether our cor ; rective system is' tile best thatcould' be devised; to act-as .we .believe . is) the, spirit,1 end and:purpose of 'all good, criminal legislation-not 'revengefully on the old "eye for..,an.ejre,'. and a' tooth for a tooth'' .principle, but as a, preventive; to or ? check -upon, future' crime; this feeling of the necessity for some reformation or alteration in our penal system has not been lessened by the fact that a number of convicts " lifers " in gaol, slang, have seen fit to prefer an. application - for a mitigation of their sentences, In1 fact' the1 demand was made in so dignified a manner tvith so,, much- of;. an . assertion; of a "right" to be heard, that one Jour nal saw fit to give it as a " deputation to the Inspector of the Penal. ? depart me...

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THE SWAMP MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

THE SWAMP' MURDER. '"Thecoronial inquiry into tbi's very; "mysterious case was resumed 011 Thurs-j day. ; -t \>Al Ellen McCJuirk, a : prisoner in the! 'Melbourne gaol, deposed that';she saw the deceased woman in the !Gotlien-l Burg Hotel on the; niglit of the mur-, ' der with other women.: She had a con versation with the deceased, who 'was5, low spirited, and said something was 'hanging over her. A man came in aiid sat down by the deceased woman, attempting to make love to her. .".'A Juror, suggestively: "Kissing 'and fondling." : Witness resumed : Welly pulling her about, &c. The man had a pale ghastly face, and a light beard. ' He had on a monkey jacket or ;a glazed ?cap-he was either a" German1 or' a. " Swede. Witness told'deceased he was a loafer, and advised 'her .to have nothing to say to him as he had no money. . ? Later, a woman named Murray', alias Dickens,1 who ?:wasi1very ;:drimk ; with dishevelled hairj 'canic uv and'-ap-. peared jealous of the deceased,' 'an...

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Original Poetry. AN ADDRESS TO OLD AUNTY HUMBUG In answer to a letter of hers in a recent number of the Emerald Hill "Record." [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

' ©rigiiml " AN 'ADDKESS TO OKU AUN'JTCi In ausiver io.a letter of, hers in a recent number of c. the Emerald ilill " Record." j 'iyi. .:: ,r:ill/i. ;o The. timesuro hatching tilings b'othn'cwandstrangc, To dearold Aunty Humbug's^fading visionV,1 ? The-world! moves round, and* ccusolcss chango j/f; She marks with anxious euro and much precision Bewails the lack of zeal, and want of homago paid Totlidfc!bld'iblisli',''Broad'black cloth," .' Which' wraps tlio sleek divino from vulgar gaze, Old Aunty's p\iix looks black with humor wroth, Though deaf ..'s a post, alio .hears the kirk's in danger, They say the'masses seek1 soino othor door . .ToHeavcn's:Grrbat'Oirque;'and what is somewhat stranger, . She sees admissiou gratis for the rich and poor, The' gracious words placard fcho outward walls, . Saus priest oivparsori, plate or paltry fee, : Lo j noitlier gallery, ;boxcs, pit or stalls, . . ; To mark.the men of high or low degree. The things of old are passing last away. . j Tlie age o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

Business Addresses, &c;-.. :.v [ CLARENDON TIMBER yard STEAM SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, EMEBALD HILL. C. SKEATS Has on sale Building Materials of every doscrip tioDj-at reiy reduced prices. Oregon andBaltio Deals,... Battons, American Lumber, Shelving, Clear Fine, &c. All materials kept under cover. The-cheapest place in tlie colony for-Steam made Architraves, Mouldings, Skirtings, &c., made to any size, and pattern. All lcindB of Joiner a Work made to order. 1 ' An extensive assortment of Builders' and Fur nithinj' Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chineso, and Colza Oil under Melbourne prices. J. COLCLOUGH & CO., ?Wfeoesale; and Family Grocers, "Wine, Spirit, and Produce Merchants, 165 & 167 CLARENDON STREET, ?' EMEHALD DILL. All orders punctually attended to. 3D. SARGEANT, TAILOR, 16GIJARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. T.weed Suits, to measure, from ... £3 0 0 - Tweed Trousers ... ... ... 0 17 ' 6 ' Suit.Black Broadcloth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

Business Addresses, &.c. j. w. KITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, .L18 CLARENDON STREET, AXJ) 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. Old Hlimts re-painted, taj»c<lt &e.Orders hv post punctually attended to. CHARLES LAN&HAK, SADDLER & I-IAltSTESS MAKER, 201 Clarendon Street South, (Next Kxcont) OlHcc.) Knives, Scissors, Axes, mid Razors ground, sot, and repaired. ?B.'TYLER'S Hair-cutting, Shaving1, and Shampooing: Saloon, 145 CLARENDON STREET, NEXT THE OiATllS. lliiii'-eulting, Gil. .Sharing,.3d.. 'Shampooing, Is. Roys' Hair-cutting, 'Id. Hazors, Knives, and Scissors ground and sot. ? JOSEPH HILL, UNDERTAKER, 75 CjiAMWDOX St^kt, Emehaid Him. ? ' HAS OX HIKE Private - Carriages,' Hayr/ies;' Cals, Saddle aiul Harness Horses, Good Stabling accommodation. ; Furniture Removed. PEAllCE & VINEY/ (Late of Grovillc's Telegram Company) Telegraphic, Reporting', and General Agents, 30 WILLIAM STREET/MELBOURNE. A...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

. COllllESP ONDENCB. . , ? | [Wo nro not responsible for the opinions bxprcssbcli by our Correspondents!] :: i . , J'1. ! PARLIAMENTARY Pill VILE GE; To the -Editor of The Record. j .... Sin,-You should (of course) be anj . authority -? . oil; parliamentary: matters: can,you inform'mc whbthcr I should! Be 'guilty';of. "contempt"...'in' betting! Mr. Bowman or : any other . man £100! ;to'nothiag-tliat;Joske:-.&'C(j.(do «o< get' the ? grant' !of" tlic, 'Hepburn' "Mineral'' .Spring ? \. ixdiniiKii.; ? [Wo would ratlicr refer ou* querist to tlio lion/ tlio SpealforTis'opiiiibu'sbYifcwliat^clilllH'rab'out pii'r-! liunicr.tiu'y privileges mid contempt. -EDRECOUD. J Tolls on Vel'ocifedes.-A gentle-: .mail, named Jones summoned: JMw^rd Andrews, the toll collector of Northahi ..Bridge, {> Southampton,'.'-,.';.before .the liorougli magistrates, for'. -unlawfully charging threepence toll, for himself and a: French two-wheeled velocipedc. The defendant pleaded guilty to exa...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 26, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

EMERALD HILL bo HOUGH ? \ COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 26,1869. .. . Present : ,,Crs. . Whiteman, Thistlethwaite   Stead, Skeats, Nimmo, Ward,   Ireland and Koy. ' ''The Town Clerk stated tliat as the' Mayor-was 'absent! in''consequence'of being out of,,town^itwould,be-necess-: ary.toappoint a chairman. On. the iiiotion of Cr. Nimmo, seconded by' Gri Thistlethwaitej Crr Whitcman' was' voted to the ch.ui. i i -i.i.The .<:i-minutes;! .ofnthc 'last: -general meeting! w^rc read; and..confirmed, as were those of the. special meeting held on'the114th May;which had'been con venedffor the ..purpose' ot considering .counsel's opinionon ,,the .^Wynyard strect drainage matter. . It, had .been decided' to have tlie opinion of Mr.' Fellows, but11 that -learned' -gentleman declinedr m-:< consequence ,;of,- .having been retained by the side against the Council. It had then been referred to Mi*. Iiiggmbothami who.'replied that hc.japheldt the : decision of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 27 May 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS.     NELSON.-On the 21st inst., at 66 York-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. James Nelson of a daughter. SMITH.-On the 20th inst., at St. Vincent- place south, Butts Station, Emerald Hill, the wife of T. K. Smith of a son. WAYMOUTH.-On the 20th inst., at Emerald   Hill, the wife of B. Waymouth, jun., of a son. DEATH.         LLOYD.-On the 22nd inst., at her residence, 9 Cecil-place south, Emerald Hill, Jane, the be- loved wife of Mr. John Lloyd, aged forty-four years.            

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

Melbourne and EoTjson's Say Railway, I S . r'i I r" - . J /JJABLK. t.:- f,, <:: ., . , sxi KILDA BOH MELBOURNE. 7.40, '8.0*718.20*, 8.46*' O'.Of, 0.20*, 0.40*, 10.0', 10.15,a0.45;'llii5», ll:45 tv;jril 12.15*, 12.15, I.15,fii;45*, 2.a'5*,i2.45,M3.15*;.>3.45, 4.0, 4.20, 4.40,' 5.0,*, 5;20, 5.40,;G.0,'G.15, G.45,7.15*, 7.15, 8.15, 8.45,:Q.45, 10.4G* iyii. miiiiiAiD HILL ron memouio'k. 7.45,'8.'5,' '8l25';'8/15l,'9.5;'9.20, '0:45, 10.5,; 10.20, 10:50, li;20, >11.50 tofoi1. <12:20; 12.50, 1.20,1.50, : 2.20,-.2.50,-3.20,-3.50; -4.5J i 4.25, -.4.45, 5.5,. 5.25, 5.45, 0.5,0.20, 5.50,7.20, 7.50,. 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.mi ; i.j }:||. I '<?. I|%'M ?? 1 i- ? ri JTElllOtniKE FOE . E.MEEAID' HILL. '8.6*,'8:20, 8.40/9.0,-0;20j 9.40*, 10.0,-10.30,11.0, ,11.30,12.0,ii.m., 12.30;Jl.O* 01.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, 4.0*, 4:20*,. 4.40*,, 5,0*, 5.20*,.6.40*, 6:15* G.30,'7.0', 7;30*,"8.6,J 'SlSO, 9.34*, 10.34*, 11:44* liiriv. * ?' *". ' ' ^EiEEllAED'iiliL FOIt1 S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

-o3 i ifo ov/ir! ; Anusenicnts* ? iTinrTiTrf-?rrrrrr-, - ; lr «!{! noi SHIp HOTEL UVJi.) '..!} ./ FREE CONCERT HALLi Iv.ri nfu. BJLY STREET, SANDRIDGB. cairTtiabldeat eatabllshed Concert Ball in n;i! : !'. the Colony. P.}' J)-;:- .. ' - f ''The Best Talent in every department! - MI 'gonsatibnal Songs, Nigger Eccentricities, Ballet, Farce, and Drama ;n ? EVERY ? EVENING! ~TBB 2C0ST COMPLETE STAGE as regards Scenery and Mechanical Effects, (for a . ' , ' Concert Hall) in the Colony. .Jl[t!/U.<ruz:r; , BEST DRINKS t Full meosuro and at Bar prices! Obliging waiters! J! 0 Every attention paid to tho comfort of Private families, desirous of patronising this establish merit.' COME ONE! COME ALL!! ,,7.i.!"!?; ? ? CHAS. C. SHARP, Stle Proprietor, invites gou. ,-sriojo; < Miscellaneous. "?'"J. R. NEEDEAM'S A0ADEUY, .diSi-ftcB.OURKE S T.R E E T E A S T, (Opposite tho Waxworks.) MR. J. R. NEEDHAM bus taught his systom of writing in Melbourne for the last twelve years -with...

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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

Garden Operations for the -Monthi] This mouth will absoi'b .tiH .tlio atten tion of ithe. gardener; for, in>additionito the seasonable operations,' all alterations in tlic'plans of the garden, and the forma ,tion of new walks 'and'ljpjQrjii^bnt'lbiBils,' 'should'be.as ncarly.as pbssiblc,'completed.' Keep beds of cuttings,and ilio.fgarden generally free wccds^r-selecting .dry. ...weather, ,ibr suchwork.!'.jBo. icaroful > .to, jook ?earcfull}'''over,"beds'of bulbs,' lest slugs may- eat- .tliti'* young shoots;/"'Give air'thp'borde'rs'a goocWrcs^^^ 'so, that in.,.placq ,,ot' iweGdy^looliing.i aii-; huals,. and sicldyilooking roses aiid,shrubs, i.you may;?have i something '"beautiful'1 .to1 'loblc :att.''l!iIt'jis' a<-'grcat' mistako" to'sup-i pose that because flowers grow wild.'in; ?the, busli';-1 they' may be grown'm'a; garden1 .without cultivation.. ? J "" fa"# ! j i Kitchen; G-aedek.^Mtend-jj^o itiast: :months'".Temarks.'a: Towardsi theitondiibfj ?the month,' divest...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 23, 1869. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Martin, and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 23, 1869. ''Before Messrs. Finlay, Martin, and Mouat, J.P.'s,) No business of importance'was tran sacted at this court, the list consisting of a few debt eases. Wednesday, June 2, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, Fin lay and Mouat, J.P.'s.) Minor Offences.-William Ireland, summoned for neglecting to place a light on an obstruction, was fined 2s 6d. .-William' Ballantynp, yras. ;finect ;10s for allowing his, chimney to', take fire. ' Matrimonial' Case.-Geo:' Dcniston appeared on 'summo^ of his wife, Anne Deniston, for assault ing her and using threatening language' towards her. Prosecutrix stated that her husband habitually ill-treated heir; and had recently threatened to choke her.: Defendant' was bound' over to keep the! peace for six months in one surety of £20. . Mother and JDaughtdr.-Agries For rest, a young "girl "who 'has been re-; manded several times; om a:, chairge .of stealing an antimacassar, .valued at £SJ the property of Mr J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

. .11 . Bank Notices. . ;,|r;,sB The National -Bank of Australasia. i lloooiooa® .iiliwstrfc'i'.'o ranlll/il !T iEtMl0E'M'E'E'^'D: iHIfi Ip>B B>#N 0 H '""'Hm 1joon^i3MoyEDJt6 tlio'Sow°^romi|jft^ is J. 31. CAMPBELL, ,*f KAIlS .0 .v;y. IlO Managor. on Emerald HilJ ,5 ,,,, " '2isl August, 13GS.' -. -- The .Land Mortgage (Bank of Victoria, -Fj T>r 1* Clv^TEI|-i ,<p- TTrr For Doposits"and1Loans on-tfreoliolds. t^iucorpbmtC(luuderV^Tlie,C6miitmicS^'J5 tat^l . . ATTXHOItlSED ' CAPITAl; '£506\600. .... :,°?EiPE?,!iV -T V «.». HT ....18!Coix.iN3 STREET, EAST, MEtiiointNE .' iv« -u.-iii. tii-if«. m in JS.U. f.w .Hon. ,C. , Jeh-herJ' '^ViiMAM |Detm'()lx):i 'jEsq.J'^^Co^hs-stiioet-'liaat. \GEO.,;)\YitA®ioff> JEsq'j JjP., ^CoUmsiat'^iV'est. fcw>»\ V,u»> ,M'Ai,'.',Tv.iicc,OKil<o«<-r- \>H» AVni t/iml't .WA WlIililAJt- SlNcpoKj.^sq;,V i" v>"0 1' .iiylJirv -J;*j.l Manager-. ' ?'? ?''?.' "l;J WlLMAM PATEnS0N"MtriB,,E9q.!'l'l)» Deposit; ^Receipt...

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LOOKING BACK. CHAPTER II. CHAPTER II.(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

By <JKELP." " >11; VULiQtt Oj Li'1 ? » ' I. ;.! XIOI;J/CHATTER 'ILJI.-I U;J.. CHAPTER'; 11: ? f Gontimied: a iMs-:Quillet; handed t,over. the (lead "W& clpsjily scrutinised'i£'mi>ns especially his own signature-^at inter .yals-lobking! -askance': at 7jii^ett>- and .Mrs.,-,.Kant.-.,; He^eturnedfthe, deed to foe ,table as gently as possible, as softly indeed" as if 'it were: some' matteri delicately formed tliat the'sligHtest iar might i;destroy " it,, , HC/ ithen!.stalked ? °ypr toniOjjmd.han.dcd^.me.a card with his.', address''upon which' Kc' had 1Vrit .tch!'frGbmc't6Ame ;!"':hef'bidfirie good . bye (?.in;t ialcMorc'i kindly< manner thaiv I sSYPj&fexn 1) hTrJ ps ^nd; with s upercilious ^ politeness wished'' Mrs ;E^i^leflgftHehfe'd-,'''Ha|iipin^,!'«'uii(i& i-the , provisions^ .'ofhis' friend's iWilL" riThe n Ecv., Toomer,, seemed [puzzled . he,-.however, left with his -co-trustee' and','1 was 'again left' alone loo]jiri» at circu...

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SPIRIT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

,01 t-vri;;,,c ' ' jntiT-.X lvj;i H «»/f t «>l ? |n' » v.rrj»f«vfif«F| vrf mi.SKffiJ.Ti ;p.Eovl?AELIAME^,T. BY MYI/ESV'BOY'. " 'A Y/Q.) VKT 'i<> 1H') YIO7FI IIIULT-.5 '!i, )>('!; cioO 9lU IITO'A i!!:T"[l,l'io>.l),>7orrt lHBj.jicsti^e, -.seas.on ,0at. ;ipprnigr,street opened oiij/ruesdayj .in .the.jUsual'Uyely manner .a: i'<Mr/) jamesj: the ! chosen of IJallarat^'tbl3lcl"his ,seati''uifder. tHe'wing of JtK'e" Ministry1.'""1'' ilr?! Cono^^as as us^al^clpquen^qn^thc "p^sts " qf^Colac and DalD.iiled^o'o greeii'i' fields;" ;and rabbits'1 for1 a' dength'df'/time > ''afid as far' I's11 WjM{ g'adier of rabpitTsliopting.,being compulsory; {and as'fonc .'ofc then-reporters >? told i-mej t for I did nofc-'hear' ifcj"that''the'shireficoun cils,!'shrduld'J'b'e , "obliged'' to ' find saucefj^i'MrVrMiil^ to represents,the-,ilargesti electoral, conn stitueiicyi1 j uraped1 .1 up .'twice] 'but"Sir Francis'' "Hvith' ''that' d'elicite^ta^.^KfcK fits.*- bini^-l...

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EMERALD HILL TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

E M E RALD IL L TO lEiAli .w- ')ABSdTNENCEli!.SOOrETY.':;,l': I ; i ? / n\ I i ' i i i :t . I t t I 'i- 1 ( ;n -..(...'ii . \i ! ? t .rs,ansa -ivit it:'.;, v/Oft i-iv>r j iThe > annual- meeting C ofi f. thei i; above} society! jwasijheld'ione; Friday! evening: ?lastjijif2Stli':.ultiy/l iiiirthef > Temperance! ilially, Napier,-stVeet.:,i!Thenchair was jtakenv by/nJohni Nimmd/iEsq.-J ipresideritTof the societyi/bjrn :;cf -»rlr ir, j 1T>Tlie' treasurer] '(Mr. Jamei' Grighton)! Jread ffis rc^'ortVwliicli('Bb;pwe'd' a 'balaiLce of cash iii4iandyth'eIsiuh!of''£30,Tst.'8id, The incomeTi'6F~tireTy^ai~had been '£49'r5s;r4d:i;l Avliile' th'e^'ekijefiditure ;htCdflbeen £19 ?76lJ7|d1.'" " 5»- -:1 ^*,J'TfieyTCrei:&y®oxpppSj^Srrt.,\V"f3L*i>j^) 'slioVred Jtiiat; 'ilie' eftorts''oi''tlie'societSy .uijii w»..» irr. y-:;4iai.j; y'iv. « urni-iii/, to, promote habits or temperance -had been ^ln the main successful, rtliough 'tlxere' hatl'^ijeen' many J ctifficviities," 'to .:>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

° Strou'ra «f Emirald Bill. .O.V.KjCflji- X. IkTOTICC*.-Th. COLLECTOR attends at his I J3I;, Office, Borough Council Chamber! EVERY MOItNING, froki 9 till 11, to receive payments i .flUtw. - ' ' " WILLIAM TOPE, Rat* Collector. ' Sorough of Emtrald Eil\ 1 PAYMENT OF RATES. ; IMPORTANT NOTICE. rpHE NON-PAYMENT of tlio BOROUGH ? JL RATES before tho TWENTIETH DAY OP JUNE, will INCAPACIATE from VOTING- at all Municipal or Parliamentary Elections. i .The Collector attends at tlic Town Hall every morning from 9 [to 11, and ovcry evening from 9 to 9 oclock. ; ? ? . W. TOPE, Borough Rate Collector. Town Hall, Emerald Hill, Juno lit, 1869. ; EMERALD HILL TOWN COMMON. Important Notlco to Owners of Cattle. T H M Managers of tho Town Common having received numerous complaints of the nui Sance, annoyance, and damage to property caused fey Cattle still being allowed to wander about the streets, especially at night, have directed tlic Sec retary to cause tho following Regulations to bo at once carr...

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THE DECENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

,, THE -DECENCIES" j TIME -was when the dcccncics Avere .oip- j served by 'newspapcrs^naddr 'inocafecs! where for the ends of justice ifbcCame; necessary for the information'of 'courts; or juries to withdraw the veil from nature it was reported in terms which conveyed sufficiently clear to the adult' reader...vwhat ;.w:as;<> intended, (.without giving-details bky'fiPfosr':the jclihicixi ^r^e^agisok','a surgical iWork. .« ^At. present,the press seems .to yie>in;panfdering;_t° ;the prurient taste oij of Jtiie ' famble" in 'the.','few to the disgust of the many; and in many instances, from. |this cause, the . newsr paper! isj not less 'demoralizing iithan much of the proscribed Holywell street .literature. .lit is 'something surprising , that: if. the (youngi gentlemen. ;to. ,-\Vhb'nj the' ^reporting ''police: courtsy1 inquests, r&c./is entrusted' have' not<ndiscreti6h r.i;; !>:; -?/;,'?! <,l> > '.isu enough-or. .arc..111, -want j...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 28, 1869. (Before Messrs. Swallow and Thomas, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 June 1869

SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT.; ''' ' Friday, May 28, 1869. ' J (Before Messrs. Swallow and Thomas, J.P.'s.) . Burglary.-'James Blake was put in the dock charged with burglariously entering the premises of John Morgan, outfitter, Beach-street. It appeared that between eleven and twelve o'clock on Thursday night,^a noise was heard in a store in Mr. Morgan's yard, and up oil it being examined, the prisoner waB found busily engaged, but he im mediately decamped. He was, how ever, pursued and arrested. He was remanded till Monday for the produc tion of evidence. ; Dismissed. - James Jackson was summoned by Thomas Locke and Mor ris Baker for assaulting them, but as there was no corroborative testimony, the complaints were dismissed, each complainant being directed to pay 10s costs. Deserted Children.-Edward Dow ,ney, Emma and Anne Lubkie, were, i brought before the court as deserted . children, and remanded till Monday. Monday, May 81, 1869. ; (Before C. Mollison, Esq., P.M. and; T. Swallow, Es...

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