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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, June 7, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Swallow and Thomas, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

SANMIDGE' POLICE11 COURT. ^ K''A\M6hday, Juno 7,1869. ' (Before . Messrs. Mollison, P.M., j; :Swallow and. Thomas, J.P.'s.) Inde cency.-Thos. Leonard, brought up. for indecent conduct in the,public street, was sent . to gaol for seven days withhaxd labor. linsuliing Behaviour.-Jantes Parr, charged /with ' insulting ; behaviour in the '.public street, "w,as; fined 10s.', "witli tlib'j' alternative' "of. forty:eight hours' imprisonment. 1 Dismissed.-James Marshall was ac cused of assaulting - Henry Myers, but as there was some doubt existing, the case1 :was dismissed.-A girl named Jane Griffin, on remand> was charged with stealing black fringe, an anti macassar, and a pair of scisssoi's, valued in all" at £3 6s., the property of-' John: Grinton. 1 It appeared that the prisoner^ had'formerly-beeii in the5 servioc of the : prosecutor^' 'but '. had'left ? 'liis 'employ.. Shortly after .' leaviagJ'rsHe «rcalledi at' Grinton's»for 'her ^box,-but* "prosecutor j suspecting'that' 'she- 'ha...

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THE LAGOON QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

. ,U >IMJ W\.- JIIJ y <?> li'JAI.J i.'iJi.1' THE LAGOON QUESTION. As ®migiit"haycv been5 surmised' the' ap plication'ip'th'ejPifljluJ HVorlcs? -'depart ?m'en'jijfbc^i^Survcy! to!.;l)e made ol the :Lagobn,'-\yitH . a view torsome improve ment;^ ' ^lici^^mtigatibiv ' of -'existent evils, lias been unsuccessful,ami 'we can hardly see'how any rother /answer ww . -:? \J _i- C*. 1/ L ; (\ M X I vt could have been expected seeing 'that the boon sought would if granted have established a .precedent"for each and every Borough Shire Council or Road Board to get lits Survey-wort-done by* m .'1 Jo .liJUi A, ') t],c:.Government.,. . --j We'are now; thrown, back 'upon jpiir. 0ivn;resource^ aiid: our energies;'and ffe; .repeat '.-pur' argument' 'thatV;Mel-/' bourne, Emerald. Hill and Sandridge being'all more or less interested- in the; solution of the Lagoon problem should1 meet by delegation^ and having dete^-!; mined on their ?1 respectively . prppor7, tioniitc liability conjoin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

Business Addresses, &c. CLARENDON '-.'TIMBER YARD STEAM Saw,AND MOULDING Miils, : Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, .... EMERALD HIXT,. , . C. SECESu&JT'S Has on snlo Building Materials of every descrip tion, at very reduced prices.- . Oregon and Baltics Deals, Battens, American Lumber, Shelving," .CleatPino, <tc. ? All materials kept under cover. Tho cheapest place in the colony for Steam made Architraves, Mouldings, Skirtings, &«., .madoto any size and-pattcrn.--- ----? All kinds of Joiner's Work iniidc to order. j - - An extensive assortment of B.iiilders' and,iEi|r-j ! nishing.' Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese,' aiidl Colza Oil under Melbourne prices. 1 ' J. COLGLOUGI-I & . CCX, ; -"Whoosalo and Family (h'OcerSjWino,; : "'Spirit, and Produce Morohaiats, '165 167. .O.ii^B-BNip'piir: STREET,, Os;}.!i: ' '" ? EMERAXiD JULTj. ' ?' j .r"' "' All orders piinclually 'attended .to:;.' r : 'saegeanj,,:;;!;;;;; | - TAILOR,: . . 16 CLARENDON ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. W. MITCHENEll & CO, Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, ; AND ; 10 JOHN STREET, EMEKALl) 3IILL. \ Old Blinds re-paiulccl, tnpctl,&R. Orders by post punctually attended to. "} .W3VE- FIKTLAV, { TAILOR & CLOTHIER: , (Opposite Jlnvkct Street,) 101 COX.fcilffS STRBET WEST, MELBOURNE. 33. TYLER'S Hair-cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing' ? Saloon, . ; 145 CLARENDON STREET, XJ2XT TUB' BATJ1S. Hniv-culling, 6d. Shaving, 3(1. SJmnipooiug, Is. Bojs' Hair-eutiing, <kl. . Ittttors, Knives, and Scissors'ground and set. l'EAUCE & VINEY,, (Late of Greville's Telegram Company) Telegraphic, Reporting, and General Agents, 3D "WILLIAM'.' STREET, MELBOURNE. Agencies in all the Colonies, al Guile, London, New York, tfc. Telegrams sent to Europe and the Enst; also, to OTortoko or forestall tho Mail at Adelaide. Telegrams for Europe and the East. Messrs PEAUCE , & YINEY aro prepared, ...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

'R0UND "AND"ABOUT THE - ri HILL. MORE power to our Municipal repre-/; sentatives, they really deserve credit yU for the manner in which they carry .': out their function. I observe that J1 they have commenced to fence in and break up the St. Vincent-place gar dens or parquette, which with the or nameutal iron fencing and such- hardy evergreens as they can plant which will stand the bleak South.Westwinds will render this a very pretty little re creation ground-it might perhaps be a little better lighted but that probably will follow. As an addition I would suggest a group of Statuary embracing most of the Borough celebrities, with fountains at either end presided over, respectively by Messrs. Nimmo and' Burtt (in bronze,) the former to be re presented as denouncing the Bone-mill '. nuisance, and the latter in the act of; delivering his well known, and almost worn threadbare lecture on the /r iia.il, -* the screw and the rivet." i The roguery and incivility of our cabmen is a subject ...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, June 7, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

I EMERALD" 1IILL" BO'TIO UGH '^ COUNCIL: I ' 'Monday', June !, ' 1869.J !l '' ,:°'H .Present":',!TKe Mayor'(B/'N/'SaridU1 lands, ''Esq.'), 'Tand'i Grs.- . 11 'Whiteman/ Thistlethwaite, Stead, j§keatsi,$y^d,) Nimmo, Ireland and Roy. , ""."""'inii Viil.'Wl ;>0 JAUOV. !jjo J.; The , minutes"of; last meeting were read and confirmed.' ' ' J';'J .«,, * " ofit h'fiUKi 'an r; i Correspondence. 'The Town Cleric read1 the following letters: I , Froin.the Centiral iBoard'/;of Health' with' .referericejjjtoj a -cpmmumcationj sent by them (to the Council on 18th; March asking 'the.locfl'ijqardof'hoal'tir to' fdnvard'-'a; f^brt^of/iHg^oiRTnsi'Ke'' establishments . onathe.ybanks;!:bf;nthei Yarra, and s.tatin^vt^t,i:such.^cp<0x^ had not, been.receivedlV '' ' ' ' Councillor .Niinino |.'movecl the Town Clerk® Be^instructecVto Jih-J form the1 i Central'.1 (Board ..nofiriHealtlv,1 that notices;had,been;servecV upon, the,, owners of all establishments on the' bants of'tliis'Yafraiwitli 'th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 June 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. MATHIESON.-On the 29th ultimo, at Emerald   Hill, Mrs. E. Mathieson of a son. BROWN.-On the 8th inst., at Bridport-cottage,   Bridport-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. R. S. Brown of a son.

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

Molfrourn^ and Holaaoa's" Bay Railway. I TJjME TABLE.; ? ST. KILDA von JtELliOXTRNE. 7.40, 8.0*,. 8.20*, 8.40*, 0.0*, 9.20*, 9.40*, 10.0', 10.15,10.45,11.15*,-11.45 f a.m. 12.15*; 12.15, I.15, 1.45*,'2.15#, 2.45, '3115#, '3:45, 4.0, 4.20, 4:40, 5.0*,' 5.20/ 5.40; 6.0.G.15, G.45, 7.15*, 7/15, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10.40* p.m. ; . rf. .......I ElIEltAlD ltlliL rOR MELUOUliNE. 7.45, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, 9.45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, lil60 a.uil ' .12120,12:50,' 1.20,1.50, '2.20, 2150,'3.20, 3.50,! 4.5^ 425, 4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5.45, ,0.5,0.20, 5:50, 7.20, ,7.50, ;.8.20, 8.50, £>.50, 10.52 p.m. ?: > .. j. i T MELllOUBNE POH'EMEBAIil) HILL, 8.0s, 8.20, 8.40, o.o; 9.20, 9.40*, 10.0,10.30,11.0, 11130, 12.0 ii.ml 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*, G.O, ! G.15* G.30, 7.0, 7.30», 8.0, 8.30, 0.34*, 10.31', II.44* p.m., . EjliiRAiaj lilM I'Oil ST.'KILDA. 8.4, 8.24, 8.«, 9.4, 9.21, 9.41, 10.4,'l10.34, 11.4, 11.34 n.m. 12.1,12.34, '1.4; 1.34, 2....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

Amusements. -Hil.K AlHCi'lV :: : ' .T8?r''-r '"'"SHIP HOTEL ^PBLEEv'CjpNCEST HALL, BAY STREET, SANDRIDGE. Brlho oldest established Concert Hall in . <-i the Colony. \'^TJle Best Talent in every department! Sonsational Songs, Nigger Ecccntricitics, . .Ballet, Farce, and Drama EVERY EVENING! THE - MOST COMPLETE STAGE V.as'regards Scenery ancl Mechanical Effects, (for a Concert Hall) in the Colony. . ;i BSST JDKEKTiKS ! 31: Full measure.and at liar prices! Obliging waiters! .j.j . -Every attention paid to the comfort of Private Families desirous of patronising this cstablish .mont. .COME .ONE! COME ALL!! ClIAS. C. SlIAlU', Sole Proprietor, invites govt. Miscellaneous. T I 2sT <3-. , (. J.'R." NEEDHAM'S ACADEMY, *'"130" B 6;tjrke STREET e AST, . ; ? ' (Opposite tho Waxworks.) ?' MR.*'JI'R. NEEDHAM has taught his system _ of writing in Melbourne for .the last twelve ""^enrs 'with tlie greatest success", as will be seen on reference to the testimonials lie lias recei...

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Garden Operations for the Month. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

QardcivxOpcrations for* 'ilk Month: JUNE.; :Cbritihue;imprbving andidcsigiiing all] the Qmmi^mldepartiirouj;S, ;as directed! last :mpatll j?-'als6", Attend" to'.fill th e- menus \ rq^uii\ed:for Iceeping cicaii. and tidy those j -places --already established." ; Transplant'! freely; finish pinning,^Kiiiinng,.'jjjjgopa-! gating by;cuttmgsaud:layerir;; continue! sowing grass seed?on Jawnsj hedge seeds,! &b. Juno is the juiiial-. uionfcli. for pru-| ning vines; and for plantirig^cuttiiigs; but; ii£not unfrequently-happbns that the| . wood is in better order 'in July. This is; the most favorable' period'TPr; transplant-j -ing fruit-trees ;'"trenching anddeep drain-! . ingl arp'essential' }tft »tliei r \well-jlping -; "df; your soil is poor..and_manure is needed,; fuse-bono dust in.preferpnccito. guanor ; »'.'Kitoh^'-! Grii£bjfeK-:;-^r'G^et?.v'nili 'heavy! ? worlcin'ith'e'ihosti -forward ^tate'pbssible.; (G-oosbbemeSj' currants,r< raspberries,v and1 -tlie j runners' pfc...

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POISONOUS DYES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

-TTTT, . POISONOUS DYES.;', os.s jiRM# we^C^ J?h to :a^6.mMsino^e>[^efi >ys '.'.nt wr>arinfr cerjtam fiolnrnn. 'carmpntsi juncture, bo" read .^vitV in^rest! '"*&& a meeting of tlic'Acadumie' Inipenale dciMedicin'e^laeld oni,the,23rd. of, rEeb rua.ry, (Mi'-Tartlieuf made1" a i'communi caEonjiioucKin'g^the. poisonous action of some.modenijdy.es-He. reminded his Hearers thati-M:;' Cense; had confirmed liis '[Mj nier 'statement's respectingthe; poisqnous'v-natW ' cprKUii^ ing'theihttentibn. of'the-Academie-to, a; c'^^of^sufett' jj> 0sonirig>'pr o duce d !<by j pyeariiig^sbxncs.dye^ Another>:caseu of.> a iittlc ,girls who,, had; buffered from' the' characteristic1 butane-"; ouster up tion, brpught * on^j by.,; wearing; ^some figarments.r;dyeid.*>yith^^cq'ralime.p'f jEtig]^u^«^^ctarc>h^'d'b.een,'bc6ug|it: Yierzoni.o-jTliese^cases'ia^ ajsp^ci^pbisqtf-^OKi^ejurDri'j^iaud! Grand-Marais} "oi 'f-'Naiitefcy1 /had'^met'i with a case in which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

Banlc Wo'.lcos. The National Baic of Australasia. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. THE: EMERALD illL L'. 15 J?.AJfOH | . Has boon REMOVED to tho.Now Promises, 1 ' " "COVENTltY STREET. J. SI. CAMPBELL, . Manager. Emerald HilJ . 21st Augxiot, 1368. The Laud Mortgage Bank of Victoria, | ? [LIMITED] For Deposits and Loans on Freeholds. Incorporated uiulcr "The Companies Statute, 18G1." AUTHORISES* CAPITAL, £500,000. OFFICES: 18 COLLINS STUEET EAST, MELiiouiraE. Directors Hon. 0. J. JENNER, M.L.C., Chairman. HON. John M'CKAE, M.L.C., Vice-Chairman. ROUERT Berne, Esq., J.P., M.L.A. _ ' J WILLIAM Detsiolt), .Esq., Collins-street East. JOHN SruNCJJ Ociilvt, Esq., QuecnStreet. GEO.; WllAKTON, Esq;, J.P., 24; Collins-st. "West. Accountant- ' " "WILLIAlt SINCOCK, Esq. Manager WlLLIAM PATEKSON Muir, Esq. : ; Deposit Receipts are issued, and Interest is allowed at tlio following rates: - On Deposits for 12 months (fixed) 0 per cent, per annum. Ho. 0 montns 5 do. (lo. : Do. it lttoutlis 4 do. do. Tho Deposits...

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LOOKING BACK. CHAPTER III.(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

' .LOOKING BiOK.. I V(l i.:: -i i" - .?.«,> !j:i >l>t.ilil R drift il.V. f.1 .iWKIoflil I' iVI;> J OIFI CHAPTER III.. .. . L. 'A.few .minutes..- aftei\(,the..-intimation; ithus -couveyedj .the hydropathic course.: .of-treatment being kept up lrom my side; ia figure was seen to^raw^out, and 'as; young/JDapleyiiwlio had been reading the; ' Wellington despatchesj-described at af-> terwards, " crept into our lines;'"it was. my., friend. Israel,- -who,.like.;all,-small, .souls;*even an.ocrime;.-was .>the>.first to: ; ab andon: his1 friends an d.'. .take - the ad-; ? vantage .of. any amnesty: .which. ..<he.. might thus; treacherously: obtain; -He» i-was .immediately,-piit,a»"-ironsV;thouglv :tlie' recreantt scoundrel ?' needed, little, i holding: I' Tlie.continuance of the.treat-.. Iment'isoonvhad-'the^'efiect of i clearing' out'"the°Test; : the most truculent1, of ;whom were? ironed-and';the.rest allowed out on a-sortiof surveillance; bail. ? ...r^Ve then ...

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TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS IN SEARCH OF A MISSING HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

:TWENTY-EIGHT. .YEARS1 >"IN? r; SEARCH..OKA'M!SSING IIIUS-v ,! BAND. : . J; ' .(Fi:om.the.Cleveland Jh-ral<l, DcceinU,i^28..) i One of those cases in which woman's i' constancy under the 'most trying cir cumstances is exhibited came to .light, i in this city, on Friday. ' I , Jn the. .beginning: of 1840, Heiiry Leffingwellwas;a,well-to-do mechanic/ living1- near" the suburbs ??? of1 London, > England. , In the month of March ;6f that! year :.a .ilarceny , was . committed near his1 residence^ and:circumstances pointed to him as thc.perpetratoivHe was |,arrested, . examined .before, .one of the t:stipendiary, magistrates, and fully committed lor .trial. A month after he was ,'eonvicted - and. sentenced to hard .labor in the .penal colony of, !A.ustra.lia for...a ..period^of ten,iyears,' and in less- than'^a^ week's time..;there after, he was on his, way Vto^.the ' far-foff laikh 'His d'evotedrwife, who 'all'the'; time* firmly .believed in' her.', husband's; innocence;...

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Original Poetry. WINTER'S COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

ffingtnttl IJoxtrij. WINTER'S COMING. Lo tempt, In fou, la femma, «t la fortune, Tourncnt oommc lc vint, cbaazent comme Is lnne> Bouiiu. Swift from southern tropics flying, ho! tho sun is northward hieing, And tho Bummer slowly dying Winter's coming. Watch the vino leaf's russet hue, Evening mist and morning dew, And o'erhead a deeper blue Winter's coming., iow'ring sinks the setting Bun, Field and forest growing dun, Nortliwind battle fought and won Winter's coming. Sweeping down from northern hills, Fitful guBt and frosty chills. Brimful now the flowing rills Winter's coming/ Summer lingers for a day, Smiling with a noontide ray, i But at eve so cold and groy Winter's coming. . From the distant stormy sea Treacherous gales now landward flee, Laying low the forest tree Winter's coming. Green the grass grows on the plaint The rootlets drink the driving rain,' Sleoping in the drought they've Iain Winter's coming. Summor birds arc taking flight, Flying northward day and night. WheT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

. iwousfli of Emerald' Sill.' 'l . ' ' ) SPECIAL NOTICE. ? ,? .v.; EAYMENT OF HATES! WTOPE, Rate Colloctor, will attend from . 9 a.m. till 9 p.m., at the Council offices, on SATURDAY, 19tli JUNE, ancl . MONDAY, 21st JUNE. , Monday next is THE LAST DAY for pay ment "of Bates, to ensure enrolment on tlio Voters'Lists'.;; : : JAMES EVILLE, " ; Town Clerk. , ' : BorousJi of Emerald Sill. PAYMENT OF RATES., i -j ? IMP ORTANT^N 0 TICE. DISFRANCHISEMENT! THE NON-PAYMENT of the BOROUGH BATES beforo the , TWENTIETH DAY OF JUNE, ?will, INCAPACIATE from VOTING at all Municipal or Parliamentary Elections. The Collector attends at the Town 'Hull every morning from 9 |to 11, and every evening from 7 to 9 <y clock. W. TOPE, Borougli.Rate Collector. Town Hall, Emerald Hill, June 1st, 1869. Borough oflEmorald Sill. TENDERS will be received until 7*30 pjuiiou' Monday next, 21st inst. . 1.-For supply of 500 yards Bluestone Rubble, for town streets. 2.-1000 yards best Blue9tone (Richmond qua...

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LATEST MELBOURNE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

LATEST MELBOURNE NEWS. Wcigart further remanded for seven days. Levinger's trial going on. The man who fell from the tower of Dr. Fitzgerald's house (a descent of over 60ft.), on Monday last, is so far re covered from the frightful comminu tion which rendered it necessary, ac cording to one of our Contemporaries, " to hold him together," that he can sit up before the fire and congratulate himself on his JIOUS in free selection, or his happy destinies that he lighted on soft ground. The fog of last night was something remarkable, being the densest in the memory of the oldest inhabitant. It was of the kind Kaum scripturally, "that might be felt," or described Anicricanally as being capa ble of being cut with an axe. Some hard things were said about its intru sion iiito the House last night, but the retort was that there were minds there which could not bo damaged by any f°g" ========== Holloway't Ointment and Pills have cured an Ulcerated Leg, and Prevented Amputation.-Tlio wife of Mr...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] COMMUNICATION ON OUR DESTITUTE POOR V. COUNCILLOR THISTLETH WAITE'S REMARKS IN COUNCIL. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

.Yfriiinl; !<;riinivp) CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for tlio opinions expressed by'<5ur'Correspondents.] f COMMUNICATION. ON,. OUR DESTITUTE, ^OOU^j'GSSJN CILL O E THIS TLE THWAI-TE' S KEMABKS'.?IN' COUNCIL. nuUhlsi?r To the-Editor-of The Recoil. - ????? J . .. SIB,-^In' your issue of the 10th, is a report of- the Emerald'Council's.pro-: ceedings. v On' &elet^r^o|iic^&'$ecre tary of the..:Bene'x6ient'1S'ociety,rbeing taken,: :into.'. consideration^nCtoimcillor ThistlethwaitCi: observed liejiadrnotic ed in our'.local 'iyapera'eomihuriicated article st'dv'oeating the claims of the society,-It f ^as; |^st"jiffiglfamm.atical and a regular beggar's,petitipii*;. ,'ras to its want", of' grammar/' clerical typo graphical errors- and want ofi a-<bi:acket constituted "the ' onus,;,bf'' 'th'e.^offence, this did.uo.t,'ju^d% ivas imgrammcitical) Mr.. . Thistletln\;aite's uncharitable and uncalledjfot^emarks, - this-''communication'-1 )h...

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The Record. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1869. THE NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

THURSDAY.; JUNE 17, 1869. THE NEW LAND BILL. THE 'question of how most effectively to. deal .with the.people's land is essen tially one of Jimportance to every co lonist and-oiie in which, party politics aside,each ""citizen has a direct interest, a something at stake and every acre of such-land'alienated from the Crown the techiriical-phraseology-but really from the people, is sor much- of their property gone; If 'this'alienation be of that kind which comes under the hack neyed category of being for bona fide occupancy and utilisation either by cultivation or for any other industrial pursuit there we agree that the com wealth is benefitted, and nothing could more forward the general interests, but if on the other handlt is simply bought up by: speculative capitalists merely to dole out at exorbitant prices to those who would make beneficial use of it or if the so acquired territory be merely kept as a sheep walk to the prejudice of the producers of more valuable requirements, it be...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 June 1869

FOOTBALL. ALBERT PARK V. SOUTH YARRA. The first twenties of the well-known clubs met for the first time, this, season, on the ground of the former. Mr. C. Chessell captained the local team, and Mr. Jennings the visitors. Shortly after three o'clock the ball was kicked off, when it soon became apparent that the South Yarraites were overmatched, as their opponents immediately took the ball close to the goal, and after about half an hour's play, Mr. R. Footo secured the first goal for the local team. Sides were changed, and the ball again kicked off, and after fifteen minutes' play, Baker put an end to the game by kicked the second goal for the Albert Park. The second twenties of the above clubs alio met at South Yarra, and the Albert Parkites were victorious there also; Messrs. Miller and Cole kicking the goals. Mr. J. Chessell cap tained the Albert Park, and Mr. Per* rin the local team. A match will be played on Saturday next on the Albert Park ground be tween the Albert Park and Mel...

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