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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 June 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. w. MITC1IENEII & CO., Manufacturers of every descript ion of WINDOW BLINDS, lis CLAKENDOX STREET, :' AND 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL, Old Jllimb re-jiainlccl, trtpccl, &c. Orders by post ])unclii:itly attended to.' . - . '1 ... -w:3vc.''^i NxJAssr,/" .i&S.VXXi'X' ???? T AIL 0 H & C LO T Ii I E XL, (Opposite Market Street,) XOX COX.1INS STEELS WEST, MRLliOUltXE. B.TYLER'S'1 Hair-cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing Saloon, - <. ; ; 14.5 ,pJj AKE,NDON STBEET, 3lATJIS.t . , Huto'culting, Gd. ii Shaving,. 3d.:. Shampooing, Is. !???>:". t.m ii"-' Bo^sV.irairrCiiUi»g,.'M». i. Iluzors',;Knives, mul Scissurs ground ami set. &' V-in'EY .li ii .ij /^Latc of GrcYlric'9 Telegram Company)' ? ?Tteleg^^ .. -and; General .>: 39iWILIiIAM'SiftEE!',??? MELBOURNE, i Agcncies..in, all Jhe. Colonies, al Gallc,-London, l.ljbTeiu,Xbrk, tj*c. . . >. .. Tclcgi-ams jorifc to'Europe and thc East s also, to ? overtake or...

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Garden Operations for the Month. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 June 1869

| ffidx^tifojieratiomfor. the Month. j «i-i.iij.fnj '"^'j^grKpE! js,:. ;?/1 .;. Continue improving and1 designing all 'the ornamental departments,' as directed ilasfc month'; '^lsp^ttoud^di^tlte^incans a'equjrcd for keeping clean'and tidy those jjlfrces^'.W gating by cuttings and layers, ;j,continue sowiug^grass seed on lawns, Jieclge , seeds,^ &c. Jinic ii;tliecusual ;linpiitli for pru ning, iyines, ftrtdibr planting,cuttings ;^b,ut it not ^infrequently jhappeiis,-'jtliat. tlio wood is in better orderJiij. July.; rTlijs.is the most favorable period for^ Jransplant ing, fruit ^c^.jj-^ttcKjnganll deop.d^am-j jing are essential tb.itlicir well-doing ; if I your soil is'poor'and mariurei is'.inecde'd, jusp'Vou'cJdustiu 'prbierence'tp'-'guaUd:,! i »|1 Ji'Kdavy'j ! work iii tlie mostjfor^ 'Gooseberries,-currants,-raspberries,-andr itlie runnors ofistrawberries should be j planted"oilt: in permanent,"wellprepared ibe.&^.-'''p!^.6K-)ip;celfery;a8 required'.';So'w; j to!.aTl...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, June 21, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 June 1869

nilEUALD illLL BOR 0 UGH ; COUNCIL: Holiday, Junc %V,' 1869. Present1: 'The Mayor (B. N;. Sandi lancls,Esq.),'aru^Crsu Whiteman5 This tlethwaite,;, W\ W.d> [a»d , .Skeate,; Nimmo, Ireland, and Boy. ' x, " i ill -a?K'r 071I-SJJ The , minutes of "last meeting, were rfe'dV^do«mp«,,/,a^ 3,m ' ' . !'C0R|REWr(DNDEJsCE'^J> The Town1 'Cleric1 read' the1 loll owing1 letters IrdT'« ail lit* vJimH-wj From the Chief '?? Secretary's1 > Office; requesting .that the- .ratepayer's roll should be forwarded,as. soon after the 1st of August as possible. ', From' the' Secretary of .'the Central Board of 'Health acknowlcdgihg'thc receipt .o£ a- letter , from :,the> Council asking whether,, (in the opinion .of. ,the, board) tKe Boriermills on the south bank of the Yarra' 'wi&'e" 'ihjur&>«I to the'public health or ;nbt,'"arid stating in reply,ithat it.wjauldibe^atteiidedjtto! as soon as possible. ' It also st.ated.that no letter had been' Veceived from th'c Commissioner-...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 24 June 1869

Births, Marriages and Deaths. : [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted FREE OF CHARGE, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.]               BIRTHS.     BAKER.-On the 16th inst., at 42 Howe-cres- cent, Emerald Hill, Mrs: E. H. Baker of a son. COX.- On the 16th inst., at Service-crescent, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Ross Cox of a daughter. HEWITT.-On the 17th inst., at Albert-street,   Emerald Hill, the wife of Cyrus Hewitt of a son. PARRY.- On the 17th inst., at 50 Bank-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. John Parry of a daughter. ' tun'lOi jj' ):J.i.i I Hi I .'<* lit nr. : t n P.:.'

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

MolTJOurno and Hotoson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. RT. TTTTTl A T?fm^rETHhTTTIKr. 7.-1-0, 8,0*, 8.20*, 8.4.0*, 0.0*, 0.20* 0.40* 10.0*, 10.15, 10.45, 11.15* . 11.45,».in. ,12.15* 12.45, I.15, l.:15*, 2.15*, ,2i45, 3.15*,' 3.45, 4,0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*; 5.20,' 5.40; G.'o;> 0.15',.6.45, 7.15*, 7.45, 8.15, 8.45,' 9.45,10.46* if . iv. . i : :EUEBAIa)MtIHiiroKi'.Mix,'DOU]lKE. I7.-15, 8.5, 8.25,; 8.45,,9.5. 0.20, ,, 0.45, 10.5, 10.20, '10.50,11.20, lLCO.niin. 12.20,12'.50, 1.20,1.30, |2;20| 2.50, 3.20,' 3.50," 41.6; 4.25',' 4.45, .. 5.5, 5.25, 5.4-5/ 0;5)«ia0,?5'.50;i7.20?-.7.60;; 8.20,'8.50,: o.so, 10.52I ' ..)iu :(.;N f r;r (MBLliOUEKE iFOit/-EMEIjiLD lllLX,. ; 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40/ 9.0, 6.20, 9,40*, 10.0,10.30,11.0, li'.30, 12.0 ii.m. 12.30', 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 i 3,30;j4.'0#,:; 4.20*/; 4,40*^ 5;0*,'.' 5:20*,; 5.40*, 0.0, ; 0,15*,' 0.30,' 7.0;i7.30t, 8.0, 8,30, ?;3i*, 10.34', 111.44* p.m. . ' : , EiiEiiAXiD.niixi.roii ST. kilda. j S.4, '8.24, '8.4a; 0.4,' '9.'24y 9M4,' lO.'l,' 10.34...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

^Amusements. .HM'f ./ i Hu i .!7 ' .. -XH/Tvvii -SHIP HOTEL : PR E E . C OX CE11T HA L I,',' BAY STREET, SANDRIDGE. WThe oldest established Concert Hall in . the Colony. The Best Talent in every department Sensational Songs, Nigger Eccentricities, Ballet, Farce, and Drama EArERY EVENING! THE MOST COMPLETE STAGE as regards Scenery and Medianieal Effects, (for n 1 Concert Hall) in the Colony. BEST DBISTKS ! Full measure and nfc Bar prices! Obliging waiters! -Every attention paid to the comfort of Private Families desirous of patronising this establish ment. ' COME ONE! COME ALL!! CHAS. C. SHARP, .'. .i. . . Sole Proprietor, invites gou. Miscellaneous. WBITI 1TG-. J; R. NEEDEAM'S ACADEMY,' 130 B O UR K E STREET EAST, (Opposite tho Waxworks.) ^ MR. J: R. NEEDHAM lias taught his system of writing in Melbourne for the Inst twelve years'with tbe greatest success; as will be'se'en on reference to the testimonials lie lias received from. Rev.'Dr. Bromby, Church' of England Grammar School; Re...

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THE LAGOON DOCKS AND CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

'THE; -LAGOON DOCKS "'AND . CANAL. . IN our last issue we .noticed the fact of ? a ' private meeting which had taken place , in reference to this most import ; ant 6ubject}'in-which,' by-the-bye, rer ceiving; no; reliable :i information and haying to depend on hearsay, we omit i ted the -name -of Mr. Thomas, | who was present at and took part in the discussion. . On Tuesday, Messrs.-. | Swallow, . Gresham> Morley, Johnston, I and Dr. Curtis^ accompanied by Mr* /Thomas, waited upon the;,hon.;.Mr. Grant to submit their proposal, viz., to form a private company to carry-out the proposed .docks and/ship canal 'provided that1 they- were eudowed iwith the adjacent land, and thus a nuisance be . removed and , public convenience consulted at the same time, 'The lion. President, appeared to entertain the scheme as a feasiblc( one, and promised to submit it to his colleagues. '- ,i. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

.Av W I'Ma'ajiicV wdtloos. The National *Bank :-of Australasia, I., o i) :afrrali^i,000,000. T JiJi; EMERALD II ILL .BEAN 0 H ---]Jns-bccn llKiiovBn to tlio Now, Promises, . .." COVENTRY... STREET.. ; - , ?j.'31. -'CAMPBELL;: ;E 1110raid HilJ . ,- ?. . J 21sli Ang\i=t, 1368. 1 ' ! HE ATI IE R' S. C III C U L AT J. N t> LIBRARY " "corn'ov'bf Littlo Hnglnh Street niul Ensloi'ii I(oa'<!, contains 3000 volumes. Tonus:-Is. Gil. monthly (including periodicals. ©53" On Safe-13b*l Tca,2.s.'id.'ty \\). WANTS-HOW TO SUPPLY THEM.! If you want a Scrvuiit or.a.Situiition, "If you i'cciuiro u Lodger or a Lodging, If you wish.lo.Ront.o^lo Let, !i If you doBivo io;Buy"or to Soil, . , ,11' you luivo Lost or Found, If you cliooso"to "Lendor lol3ouow, - ».. . i If you eliooso to Mitko Anything Known,, ,, - ADVERTISE IN "TILE RECORD." ! Clmi'ge,Is. for twenty-words, )f prepaid. Building Societies. rjnilE FREEMASONS' and VICTORIA PER X MANENT BUILDING and INVEST MENT SOCIETY. (Provisionall...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

Ito UND! AND' ABO V'l 'illh ; : HILL. ' JUST as wo 'should ' deplore the neces sity-of an incr'easo in our lock-iip ac 1commodationy in" aA similari ratioJwe should jubilate ourselves-['or,', anyex tension i.of 1 schooli accommodationjj as an excellent indication; I1 allude to 'the improvements which'.I see /commenced-, at.' the.:Presbyterian school* and-while glorifying- myself over the- "f Mutual improvement" in' general I may men-' ition 'Mr; 33ukcr!s new.shops and-hoiue ?which wc something for the Jiill to be proud'-of,' and Councillor Ireland, who I am >iuformcd; is the builder, 111 ay con.. gratulatc. himself-upon;1- '1 find also, ?that- the' ugly hoarding round Mr." Jaincs.Stewart's new buildings is ..being removed,, and those, very", .handsome, ?shops' occupied; I1 hear t\\Cfliecord Svill'iii'future !bc given - to the world' fifony' these :biiildings-may^ increased, .success; attend ;tlic change ! -I learn "that'-theha'«;gone, forthcabout the; boiic-mills and thcy 'imist ...

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CHAPTER V. THE BEGUM'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

ClIAl'TEK. ,Y. '. jTliE BBGUMfg-STOllY., 1 'f.I WILL not5 trouble you witlwny early (infancy ;furtherrnthan that .my father was a ship-owner, and merchant-that 'riiy'inbther died' too1 early in my life to shape 'my character as she would have done,had-she been spared , longer, and my education was left to an ancient aunt and some fashionable school-mistresscs; by education I do not mean the teach , ing of the schools and the various ac | complishments-but the mental ( train ing, and what the word really means, the leading up to a proper recognition of the responsibilities of lilc. As to the general routine of study and such lighter matters as are supposed to make woman nio're ornamental, I think, with out egotism, I acquitted myself satis-' factorily. My dear father spared no expense in making me-his only child ?-happy, that is in ' spoiling' me, and between pride and affection was never happy but when taking me into society. I, a mere schoolgirl, whom the accident of being an only ...

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

FOOTBALL GOSSIP. BY ; 1?OOTBA LL JACK. ;/;(-iVr,i3ERT Tabic V. Caklton.-^-TIic ;return match between these Clubs -was played on Saturday last on the Albert Park ground, in the presence of a .large number of spectators. Albert Park had a very weak team.' Messrs.'; C. Chessell and P. Foote captained the local team and Mr. Comvay the visi tors. The toss having been won by Conway, he elected to kick to the western goal, thereby gaining a deci ded advantage as the wind was blowing strong in. that direction. The game commenced about 3 o'clock, and the ball was very soon forced towards the Carltoii goal, but its stay there was of .sliort-duration as the Parkites could not hold their advantage in the face of the. strong wind. After about an hbiir's1 play, during which time the jCai'ltonites had much the best of. it, i Duncan of [Carlton managed by a .fluke sort of kick to send the ball through ? the Albert Park goal. Had the goal keeper but kept; .in. liis place it' ,wa$ palpable to all tha...

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LOOKING BACK. CHAPTER IV. (Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

! LOOKING BACK. 'Br "KELP." CHAPTER IV. (Continued. T The subject of antecedents was notj referred to for some nights, the others having too little interest, and 1 somehow feeling too much reverence or sympathy for the Begum's secret sorrow to in duce the conversation in that direction, till some few nights before our pro posed separation from the hospitalities of Travancore when we were taking our usual cooler on the terrace the Begum herself spoke of it. ; " You have signified your intention of leaving us, and I mnst therefore be lieve you in earnest, and I should not like you to leave without hearing my story, though probably no great amount of edificatibn may arise from it; it will, however, perhaps, while away an hour and' make the night less long.' " The Begum then with more firmness than her excitement when the subject came on the tapis would have led us to ex pect gave us her history; her own children who had but heard it in part were almost equally interested with myself, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

[PREPARATION OF GENERAL ELEO TORAL LISTS' DURING THE WEEK ..."'ENDING 1ST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 'I860. . ? ? ' . : Sksoiai NOTICE TO Holdem OF ELECTORS' Rionis., ? j ?; IT is hereby notified that holdors ol' Electors' i Rights, issued on or before the 1st day of V"September,-1868, must obtain renewed rights in lieu thereof, in order to havo their names pbiccd .. upon the General Lists to be made up on the 1st ' . day of September next. . Neglect of this precaution will result in the omission of the names of the porsons so neglecting ' from tho new lists to bo made up as aforesaid. The old right must in every case bo delivered ' up to tho registrar, but tho renewed right will, , bear the, same number and will bo in tho like form and tenor as that in lieu of which it is issued, and will be equally available for any election that may take plaeo before tho completion of the now roll in October next. No Eloctor whoso name is on a Roll of Rate paying Elcetors for any provinco or district is o...

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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

Garden Operations for (the Month. Continue improving 'and''designing all the ornamental; departments,,,as .directed last month; also,'attondto all the means required for keeping clean liud tidy thoBi\ places - Wready'-establislvcd; ' Transplant freely; jfinisli ipruning, i thinning,; i propa gating by cuttings : and-payor's ; jContinue: sowing''grass seed W lawns,' hedge' seeds, i&c. i;Junc is 'tVie " usual1 month ' for prii-: ning .vines; andfor. planting cuttings; but it not unfrequently happens 'that the wood is'iu'bctter order in' July; "'This is the.most favorable.period lor transplant ing frui t trees tronching and deep drain ing are'essential''to their' well-doing ; if your soil is poor"and..manure is needed, iiso bono dust in proforonco to guano. " .' 'EjxbiBirVl'6'AB]>^r.-6'6t' all; heavy work iii; the most, forward! state:possible. Gooseberries, curi'ants,j .raspberries, and 'tlie runners'of''strawberries' should be planted 'out in' permanent, well prepared ...

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A SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

A SOLTT.OQUr. ^"% : ' " I love a good stink," Says C. with u wink; : ;. " So I'm building my 'ouso on a 'ill, Where tiw vapours limb riao... ?May: gladden .TOT eyes, ... ., And be botteivth air potion or..pill. .. " I'll build mo a lower, , .; "Where, every homy I can sec all my bono mills and glue j And J 11 'avc a lino 'nil, ' .. i; 'ung with ekinB round tlio wall, . ! Of dilleriug stenches and 'lie. " And as to my noiglibour- - ' . ; i.. 11 amfc.worth my labourn it : :/ To caro what lie thinks of my posios ; . It's peoplo's own fault . j'.!? ( They/re not ^'ortlr their faltr-r/ ?.hi< To 'ave such delicate noses., ; . ." My 'ouso and my 'all, " 'Andiny^towcr,.80iti»llJ:)t3!i'.: yii ,*«' . ft« Should stand them instead of fresh air; A .'? 'they survive^ '' : !; . - The,time,will arrive : : n. . ,. ' When thoy'll'tharik mo' for perfumes so raro." ?: PJ:O. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

Business Addresses, &c. CLARENDON- TIMBERVYARD STEAM Saw AND Moijldixo MILLS, : ; Clarendon Street and Clarendon Placed EMERALD JULL. C. SKEATS Has on solo Building Materials of ovcry descrip tion, at very reduced prices. Orcgoii and Baltic Coals,"Battons, American Lumber,-'Shclving; Clear Pino, &c. AUjrintorialB kept.under cover. The clieapcst plnee in the colony for Stcnm mado'~ Architraves, Moiildings; "Skirtings;-&crr made to any size arid pattern. 1,1' All kinds of Joiner's "Work mode, tp^ordctv V% ^ .An extensive assortment of Builders' and Fur niehing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese, and Colza Oil under Melbourne prices.- 1 i .'5' J. COLCLOUGH & co.,.;, "Wliodsal© and Family Grooors, .^iHb,' Spirit, and Produce Merchants, ? 165 ; 167 CLARE NDON S '1'EIO B T;' oi!? /emebaed iiill;,',^ ;,,' All orders punctually attended to. - EWART'S BRI TA\N ii^HOT t-162 - CLAEENDOKT .<STEEET.'i.'""S ' First-class'.accommodation'for'-.Triivbllew.''? '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

Business Addresses, &c. J. w. MITC1IENEH & CO., ! Manufacturers of.every description of ! WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, . / ; AXD; . 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. Old IHinilsrc-imintcdi Injied,&c. Orders by post punctually attended to. , "VV3VI- FXNLAY, TAILOK & CLOTHIER, (Opposite Market Street,) 101 coxxnsrs STREET WEST, MEIIOBB KE. B. TYLER'S Eair-cuttine, Shaving, and Shampooing . Saloon, 145 CLARENDON STREET, NEXT THE BATHS. JJnir-culting, Gd. Shaving, 3d. Shampooing, Is. Boys| Hair-cutting, 4d. ., ? Itazors, Knives,'and Scissors ground and set. n. WATT. ELECTRO \ GILDER AND PLATER To the Governments of Victoria and Tasmania. Shamrock Oottago, littlo Bouito Stroot, Ncnr Princess Theatre, Molbouvuo. MR. A.' M. TOWNSEND, DENTIST, (From Gcovge Sli'cet, Hanovcv Squnve, London,) ' SUCCESSOR TO MR« BAMFonn, 109 SWAWBTON-ST,, MELBOUBNE, Corner of Bourkc and Swanston Streets. MR. J GUMMING, SUR&EON DENTIST, 07 SWANSTON STREET, ; (Over llr....

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VELOCIPEDES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

; VELOCIPEDES.M .;,v£ :\'A f* 5 I'l .«<]. OV; /;;7 y,:l //»/ v i ;r.! ."lBicycles," or," trieyles ?>" , that is., Ittje; question i°f the'day,'.and all that 'remains is whether the'velocipede shall "haye two wheels or .three. ;(t The favo > lite form 1 of . the tcarriage »,is thebicy cle,or two-wheeled machine, one wheel being slightly in advance, of .the other. In America manufactories have sprung up which" turn'out1 'hundreds weekly, training'schools with tlic'im- . ;posing name? of.,';', veloemasiums " >arc established,' where ' the "young idea is taught how to gyrate, and races are .being nm'where'a speed of 12 Jor 14 miles an hour'is-attained. The Rev Henry Ward'Beeclier has "stated"that he shall probably come' eVery Sunday s'to:,t church ::on :a.< bicycle^ and* recom mends the. same * means of locomotion to his " flock."'u » ' '< f ' .,,, A Mr. A. Davis, who is the London.; agent of the Trench Velocipede Com pany, has written and publi...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, June 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

: _7il .;u :>VUV/Jr> i SA ND11ID& E 23,0110 UGII . ? ?? council. " Tliiirsday, June 24, 1869.' i !; Present': The '/'Mayor ' "(W.'' 'Jilayj Esq.),1 Cduricillofs'MbiieyjiGuftis,; Kelly, Johnson,'; Crockford. aud-iPool^ man.- .; -ilT . ! !; The minutes^.of'last-,.meeting were,; read and] confirmed. . i . \ y/l.:-vi.i JiOlUEOC 'lOfUfc'J i ... CoilRESrONBEXCE. . j ; ?';r 5v.'"> f*. ''Irv/ v"? !>iij ! .' The Town Clerk read the following' letters, ... t , ( I v From' the'Towii ''Clerk, rislcing'per mission to 'make-1 Certain! < alterations' in the rate bopkfior:j;.18GjBq9,,a;s.;seti!forth in the list brought.up^such alterations to be made in accordance with section' 190 of1 Act''l!84;' !thc '. 'reas'on's^beiiig. change of, occupancy-.their f tcna!ncy! orj change of o^ynershipc-On.thc[ motion of Councillor; Johnson, seconded^ by Councillor: Crockford'; permission' was; granted;'!1'" i'"'*3 .> '. .'nunuip? \ From- the '-'office' of'Iiaiids'' and ,:Sur vcy ...

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Original Poetry. VELOCIPEDIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

VELQ'ci'PEDii'.NA\ ' ' ' pf Pl-EECEMAN X.) ' I it: L ,'Lislon 'now, yc gayiyoiing fellers To a talc \yliicli toll I.will, t : i : :;. ^vh*icH'I,''Plceconinn'K; bxpbrionooiV''? |j?ui.1jj'a.,0n|nij'..l)oiit,9n 'mrald.'ill. ,Ji} ^ ^ ! ( . ;^ I wns^vnlking'down and iipwarils, ' : <To aiid'fro; lii'duty Vrill'd, j; i!..AYhen I suddenly.behold a.;i . Sight to make a mail apptillM.: c ' ' Itight beforo liic, on tho pavement-! . t. (r.Scarce believed I wot I sco.d AVas a individuiU coming,:l' i. ". Workingnvclocipedc. . '? j . Eusliing onwards,came the weh'elc,,, Aiid one wretched man forlorn, ? 1 .ill i!As;was looking iii.iiwindor,;. ,jf- !;j« S .. Colch'd it cruol 'cross his corn. ; 'i'hnt siich doings oro li'iiuisai'ico' ! ; v George the/.Third laid'down ithe, law.; i j , In cap. 29 you'll find it, . ' i! Which it's section 61: ; no's been summon'd foivto; amwor, ; : , And I very much suspex That the gent will bo convicted . On the evidence of X. . .

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