ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Record Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 38,889 items from Record, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
38,889 results
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

VARIETIES. Tiie Sjjckei' OF Incomuustiiiix-ITV. -In February, 1677, an Englishman, of the name of Richardson, came to Paris, and gave some .very curious per formances, which proved,, according to' his statement, his incombustibility:! He was. seen to roast a piece of meat on his tongue, light a piece of .'char coal in his mouth by means ofi a 'pair of' bellows, seize a bar of red-ho,t iron': with his hand, or hold it between ' liis teeth. This Englishman's servant published his master's secret, which may be found in the Journal des Sciences. In 1809, a Spaniard, of the: name of Leonetto, gave performances at Paris. He also handled a bar of red-hot iron with impunity, passed it through his hair, or stepped upon it; drank boiling oil, plunged his fingers into melted lead, put some on his tongue, and ended his performance by licking apiece of red-hot iron. This extraordinary man attracted the atten tion of Professor Sementrici, who be gan carfully watching him. The pro fessor remarked ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, June 28, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Swallow, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. ' Monday, June 28, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Swallow, J.P. / Affiliation.-William Jones* a sea man, was charged, at the instance of ' Helen Toohey, with deserting his il ' legitimate child in Sydney. It seems . that some twelvemonths ago defendant - lodged in a house in Sydney where the 1 complainant was engaged as a domestic servant. Here an improper intimacy "grew -up between them, and subse quently they lived together. About two months prior to the birth of the child defendant deserted her, and she, hearing that he had sailed for this port, .''.proceeded after him and obtained a > ?? warrant for his apprehension. He was .directed to contribute 12s., per week for. six months, and to 'find a surety of £15 for the due fulfilment of the same. Indecent and Insulting Behaviour. -Elizabeth Beady, a well-known bad character, convicted of indecent be haviour in the public streets, was sent .to gaol for two months with hard labor. --Abraham Johnson, c...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

; 1 Holiotmif s FiUtf^A,mt>Sb'lcxl¥flVtdi'iid\'!) Cure of Dropsy' uEJfeclilV hjf' llieir ' Pse.^Mr>,l<Wrgo 'ilowicy/of TotoagojIm'd'kVflbrojffrbirtfiriis cliseaao for upwards of CvO" years,' clukug wliictf. period lie ? uhdorvvont-tlio oiiiimtioii of-tapping fivuitimes. Ilia malady! was iwwMJti}faUy,trci>($!jl ll>y. several practitioners, notyvitWtauduig, which lie got gra dually worb, hisslroilgUiand'healthifatfiiigi'so last Wto rendoV aii/lio])o ofrtfcovory'nlmoBb'vara : us a last rosourco lioHtypitliollowiyV1'iJJa, and bo pcraorycring iu their uso, according to llio diroo 'tions affixed to' oiiblib'ox,'lio mi* tomplbloly cured iu a ibw months,iaud'ia uowircBlored/lO; u good otato of lioaltli.j 'i, . . . , ' iUiVilvj.J l^iv i.l. :u ;iv:i it

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wednesday, June 30, 1869. (Before C. Mollison, Esq., P.M. and J. Finlay, and P. J. Martin, Esq., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

1 Wednesday, Ju?ie 30, 1869. ; (Before C. Mollison, Esq.3 P:M. arid J. Finlayj and P. J.'Martin/'Esq;,1 J.lYs.) , . The Bey Nuisance.-Patrick Griffin, aged nineteen, was charged with com ., nutting a'breach of the peace by fight-. r ,ing in the streets. ' , The " boy " with ?: M'honi the prisoner had .been fighting ! had : riot yet been' arrested having ; eluded ,the? vigilancc of the police. i'-> i'JDhoir. Worships; expressed their- deter-, '' riiination bf; terminating^ this' kind'of ;tehavipnr, and orderecl tlie prisoner to . ' pay a fine of 40s., wtth the alternative . 'of one month's imprisonment. . EQUALITY.-A highwayman and a , chimney-sweeper were , condemned to, : be hanged at the same time at Tyburn -the first for an exploit on the high way, the latter for a more ignoble rob bery. " Keep farther off, can't you ?" said the highwayman, with some dis dain. " Sir," replied the sweep, " I won't keep off; I have as much right to be here as you." RECEIPT roil THE LADIES.-Crert...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 26, 1869. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Martin, and Haig, J.P.'s,) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. . Saturday, Juno 26, 1869. -(Before Messrs. Finlay, Martin Iiaig, J.P.'s,) Fighting.-John Kelly and Thomas ' Mouat, two boys, were charged with committing a breach of the peace by ? fighting in the streets. This being their first offence, they were only fined 10s. each, but cautioned that if they appeared again they would be more severely dealt with. ' i Two or three unimportant eases were i; also dealt with.

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMPTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

.'<> r,'(i ..'^'.TEMPTATION, it yucrsui n or! Maoa Ji I '.-n;} '>>!"! - .'*. ' - oi ..?} wj-> .. > i^'pi| tryil^^gratiJxccl }to find thatjour ^Magistracy aria at lastnmindfulof 0110 .o£> tlie great'/teachings1 cdntaiiied in .that''fine comp'enfliuni'.of"' Christianity, iiiuuijoq our Vjiio ; P^0Ltord\<j-^aycr>t.and|.;rocpgnisc in its/broad and - comprehensive'sense1 the 's application^ " Lcricl1 us iiot into tcmp VPU'i'M-, 0il;' i}J,'- V'YY ? . 'ii jY.tation/7^vmch -'should probably,jin the .oEigmalyjjreadbeqiiallyr iii, accordance with' the .spirit"! of* the Jpr aycr; '"'Lotus 'I' 'noi(;r,?jthcrs into/tcniptatipn by punishing persons who';under. a charge of obstructing a pathway the practise of exposing portable and convertible goods outside their shops and bcyond tlieir surveillance,' so' j;h'at ' the ' first! person who comes along, perhaps in cxigential circumstances, may be tempted beyond ffliat lic.or slic Jis ',ablcjto| bearjand bic c...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1869. THE LAGOON QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

> -lyr.'i" ? THURSDAY; JUJbY 1, 18G9. i !, 'iTi'HEf 'LAGOON, OTESTiON.; (As;,one f of; the,most vital ttK in-ihore;; ' senses! than1 * one to'? tH'c! interests !of1 'our" two'Boroughs wc may\be 'excused" OUJiV Sjjio.;--. u;>. ; -J. "for, rcturningt to this subj ect., , y%e ;are 'pleased to-find that the Sandridge peo '^le^are-at'lastUikfoly.'to.do something to ;J'help themselves" by the establishment :bfrsi' company to carry out the .proposed improvement^ of' tlie?:>lidgooii' and tliq effective utilization of the Yarra, in VSAViV \\.<\\\\ \ stead ox allowing.it^to remain a mere creek-r^-.while with a two feet,fall in a (distancc }of. two^ miles. jit. is. capable of ;j)cjLiig^cppstructscl.-,and: jmauttaincd as ja'imbst: effective1 canal j* wharves, and docks. The necessary capital1 could b'e e«nsily I'rai8ed^if supplcment'ed or rather assured by the endowment of the .company with ;i certain amount of 'the'adjacent land-and to what better use could land, which .wou...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR REMOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

;*!/>,'):i"i'itMjj-.-'ii : siHn 'yni { iias beeu.iounu,-jiccessary jii consc XLuenco ;iof>> the i< retirement 'ofo./morei juccoiiimodiition'to 'rcmovcthc llEpoiti) toflicej' andiin.iuture tho paper,.will lfe published and' the'other work of ]the! i.Jl'jl!!::) j office; performed "at the new buildings '-of> Mri' James Stewart;; at i the; lntersec 'tioii' of Clarendon and . Park-streets 11.1. .-J J, I | t( ittg j ?/There, arc la (numbers ofi old saws .about' removals:-" two removals " being j";as i>\ « f n i j i f i, i. .. , bad as a lire, ""a rolling stone, gathering ?no mossj"t&o. j >but"iis we-don't intend' to '.'move, more than ,'dnce and 1 are! not 1 - . j ... ' ' ' M > | . ? 'going ito>!:movc<vei.'y :lai fioin our! old 'officci'wc.tru8t neither Mill apply/ (. / .!!,..? ii li. liii n<>; ? Withi'increascd; 'accommodation 'and' 'iniproved6system we.-shall bcJable;to f.'niuii ir/nixii.t. -'.a ; f|r,, .'bring oiltvth...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACTORS AND AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

ACTORS AND AMATEURS/ , TiiEKE;lms becn for sbmc^timc' a'^con-1 (.siaemblCj am oimtj of .'.gr|im^l|n^!sunong; .. f actors/ ;we j mean ipifofessionalj theatrical "ih'en, at the' 'very damaging' ^effect; of amateurs "puslriii t"' ? 'thornfrom'' Jtheir r.uiiij Jj-.iA, jr, °;1;y H{ :./ livelihood, and. also^tl^ ! of pplacesiiof jamusement'vhas^caused! '' raos tini urious"'1 competitibn ;? 'But'just; JIl HO. Ji .JiHIl Of; viiJJ/lv at .tnc.pr esent ((timc ,,wc,. ponceiyp,, they, iliaveo.additional!i causebjoft[complaint:.; jtylio'will1 go-to Jsec"" 'Era11 Ah'gelo' I'j at', 3s.;,IJ{)d,!^ wlicii "tiicy ' can'- ' have/' Mr.': ' s'to slim inn hV . sun i.i.r ; ;AVhiteman.; in. genteel r. .comedy,; t one' evening../Messrs.' Mclveaii {anduKing1 in'motley' on: a&o'thbrj" Mr. '^I/oiigmpre in one of his grand impcrsondtions;1 or! Mr.i McLellan throwing m,about! ;liis gems of oratory lor nothing at the people's Theatre 7 in" Spnng-strcet? Surely the''dignity'-'is'^not conscrvecl nor tlic .^v^...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 1 July 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths.           i [Noticcs of Lirtlis, MniriiiKCS, anil Dentils nro,. inserted t fiiekIOP oiiAunE, uml communication of sucli events aro' respectfully solicited.] i;,,v.<:-uat , j. , ? '.Burnt.- ; s ..,'f ! 1 BIRTHS.               SINCLAIR.-On the 28th June, at 50 Park-street, Emerald-Hill, Mrs W. G. Sinclair, of a son.   MARRIAGES.           STEVENSON.-On the 28th inst., at.the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. W. M'Ainsh, draper, Bay- street, Sandridge, Mr John Stevenson, late of Greenock, Scotland, aged sixty-six years.   IRELAND.-HAIGH.-On the 26th inst., at San- dridge, by the Rev. F. Platts, Mr. Henry James   Ireland to Miss Emily Florence Haigh.    

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOOKING BACK. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

I LOOKING BACK. Bx ".KELP." CHAPTER VJ {Continued.) After a ride, in which. I, fear Iwas more than usually taciturn, 'we-came upon what was " considcrea'. /by ' our guides as the " hunting ground,?,' and the arms having been dulyseen<to,;-the dogs were slipped from their leashes and were soon scouring the jungle,into which we hadnow entered; .they evid ently got the scent of ? soihethirijj and give tongue very freely, but somehoiff' seeincd to have an instinctive dread of fielding very wide and could only be eot to describe small circles, the radiat ;n,r point of which was where1 our party were for the time, one, indeed, ranged out of sight .but, returned to us . yelping, with a scratch; down' liis -ear' which was bleeding freely; it-was thought by some of us that this .'had' been caused by some of the tliorns with which the cacti are furnished ; ....an'old. native, however, took a 'different view1 of the case, and warned us by "coolrah dak loom ! plenty big:- hot hurrah ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

Garden Operations for the Month. Continuo improving and designing all the ornninental departments, as di reeled .last, month; also,"attend to all the means 'required for keeping clean and tidy (Jicso places, already established. Transplant freely; finish pruning, 'thinning, propa gating by cuttings and layers; conliuue sowing grass seed, on lawns, hedge seeds, &c.'. Juno is the usual month tor pru ning vines, and for planting cuttings ; but it not ' unf'rcqucntly happens that tlic wood is in better order in July. This is the most favorable period for transplant ing fruit trees; trenching and deep drain ing are essential to their well-doing; if your soil is poor and manure is needed, use bono dust in preference to guano. KITCHEN GAEDEN.-Get all heavy work in the most forward state possible. Gooseberries, currants, raspberries, ami the runners of strawberries should bo planted out in permanent, well prepared beds. Earth up celery as required. Sow to a limited extent cabbages, ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] MR. BOWMAN, M.L.A. AND THE £50. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wouro not-responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] MR. BOWMAN, M.L.A. AND . THE £50. . To the Editor of The Record. Sin,-:If 'Mr! Bowman should at any time be seized with a desire to main tain i the ?" corporate dignity" of the House;and his own character as a man of Honor by acting up'to the guaran tee given by his friend1 Mr. McKean and acquiesced in by him, if 1 !!Silence give* consent," i how;'should,'I .or.;the,.general public know,(when and. to what institution'the; money'was to' be ' pafdT '(fewtfre iious I am a; collector, and; I waiit'to "lobby " niy'commission out of it.) j .'.j/ f : LON^ .QDHV '. i [The payniciit sccma rather a remote contin gency or at any rate'wo have not. heard of tlio redemption of Mr. McKcan's pledge, and should bo only to happy to give our most oxpaiulcd pub I licatiou of tho fact. " Long Odds " should apply to Mr.' B.; personally. ED. KECOUD. J ;

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

FOOTBALL GOSSIP. BY FOOTBALL JACK. No match of any interest being played on the local ground last Satur day I took a stroll oyer to the Mel bourne Cricket ground to see the Metropolitan Football Club do battle against twenty picked policemen. A charge of sixpence for admission to the ground was made which I reluc tantly paid, and then took up a favor able position to see the play. Sergeant Perry captained the " blues/' and Mr. Harrison as usual the civilians. Play commenced at a quarter to three o'clock, and I saw immediately that the police for once would get the worst of it, and before the, game was ended three goals had been kicked for their opponents by Messrs. Barker, Gaggin and Riggall respectively. The policemen were all heavy weight men and they generally had the best of the numerous tussels, but the Melbourne men being light and active and having had great practice were much too nimble for them. Whenever the po lice got a slight advantage a Mel bourne man would be sure to g...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

NEWS. BY THE- MAIL. j.Thc mail steamer (or rather the news brought to the colony by her) was an nounced on Monday afternoon, ci« Adelaide, and the Geelong herself arrived in the bay about (i p.m. ou Tuesday. The news she brings is not startling. The Alabama question is not yet finally settled, but 'in opposition to some of the diplomatic seers, we see no cause for apprehension. Sicily has not had an earthquake, and France has not experienced a revolution for some few years --both most unprecedented calms. We do not know whether, as tidal waves and subterranean disturb ances seem to have gone westward, the one event is likely to eventuate, but it is certain that Louis Napoleon i6, if not absolutely " played out," not popu lar, and the late mitrailling the streets is hardly the way to recover his popu larity., It is to be regretted that Great Britain has exhibited disaffection, that riots have occurred and blood been spilt but still' more that mem bers of the same national union shoul...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAB EXTORTION. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

'CAB EXTORTION. ,i. To the Editor of The Itccord. SIB,-In answer to your Corres . poll dent who styles himself "A, $uss man in Future " in your issue of Thursday the 24th of June lait. I beg to make a statement directly con tradicting such report, which 1 trust you will allow spacc for in" your next issue. ' On the said -Tuesday, night, or as I say "Wednesday morning, it being 12.2 (and not as your correspondent says, 11.48 at the Falls Bridge) I left Gar ton's Hotel, and with taking him up had only four passengers into Emerald Hill, It is hard enough for Cabmen now to make, an honest living, and still harder to be written down for taking the regular fare as laid down by the Bye-laws of the Corporation from Passengers after 12 o'clock, which by most persons would appear an accom modation instead of extorion when allowed by law and custom. It has been my practice Sir, to keep within bounds in charges, and for my oton benefit try to accommodate rather than otherwise, triisting'that yo...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Monday, July 5, 1869. (Before Messrs C. Mollison, P.M., and T. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

Monday, July 5, 1869. /Before Messrs C. Mollison, P.M., ir, : .' and T. Swallow, J.P.) ' Crown Lands.-Sergeant O'Brien, as Crown Lands , Bailiff, summoned Charles Fittz the proprietor of the glue ? factory on the Yarra Bank, fer being in [ unauthorised occupation of Crown , Lands. Defendant has a license from the ,Crown to occupy the land, but had failed to pay the rent for the current . quarter, which should have been paid in advance, and he was therefore sum 'inoned for being in occupied possession on the 1st July. Defendant explained that ke had: paid the rent for the quar ter ending Jnne, and was not aware that he: had to pay in advance. The . Bench . acccpted the explanation and idiunisscd the case.

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1869. FINGER POSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

THURSDAY* JULY 8, 1869. FINGER POSTS. A' dayssince one of our Judges, .sitting, in';,Criminal, Jurisdiction, had the painful duty-a duty .which with a recognition of the: responsible func tion of his: office he was bound to per form without fearj favor or affection, -sentencing a young lad of 17 years to penal servitude' for four years ; this is under our present penal arrange ments simply nominal and perhaps with good conduct, influence and the specialty of the case, may mean only about, J.8 month's^ , of detention, " but even'this is^not\'only, most ? painful inflictionjias far as he (and ,1ns friends are concerned-h'ut must lia^e a <sad .'dcning eficct/upon > all, that]in !order to check tliis mcreasiiur cl.issioUcrime, it "has been necessary in- the 'interests. of society to make so severe h.n :exam i t J ri i pie oi one so younDf. mi ' ' ' ' '' IJJIi i'J Ihis serious retribution should not however be. without its .teachings., and should .set iall, .considering. .....

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Friday, July 2nd. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

iiSAifbKIDGE POLICE COURT. " vi Friday, July 2nd. ! (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and i; .} Swallow, J.P.) J Thr eating language.-Mary Larkins was charged with having threatened to terminate her husband's existence cutting his throat, but as Larkins declined to prosecute she was liberated. Ass<udts-.-Johnson Murdoch was charged, with assaulting a police con stable, named Thomas Agustus Shee han. Somfe. little time ago, it seems die! prosecutor went into a parlor at the Chusan Hotel, when prisoner and a number of his companions were drinking together, Murdoch ordered Sheehan to leave the room but the lat ter did not obey the mandate, where upon Murdoch assaulted him and tore : a coat which he wore, valued at £2 10s. For the assault he was find 10s. with 17B . coats, and ordered to pay £3 dam ages, with 5s. costs, with the alterna tive,of fourteen days' imprisonment with hard labor.-Mark Butcher and Henry Sergeant, summoned for as saulting Richard Thompson, were dis charg...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Molbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 8 July 1869

MolTjourno and Hofrsoa's Bay Railway! TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA l?01t JlELBOUIiXE. 7.-10, 8.0*, 8.20*, 8.-10* 0.0*, 9.20*,9.40», 10.0*, 10.15,10.45,11.15* 11.45 a.m. . 12.15*, 12.15, I.15, 1.45* 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15*, 3.45, 4.0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, C.0, 6.15, 6.45, 7.15*, 7.15, 8.15, 8.45, 0.45,10.40* p.im , . , EMERALD 1IILL l?OH MEiiBOUllKE. 7.45, 8.5; 8.25,'8.45,-9.5, 9.20, 9.45," 10.5, 10.2a, 10.50,"11.20,11;50 a.111. r, 12.20, l&M,! 1.20,1.50, 2:20,2.50,3.20, 3.50, 4.5, !4.25,{'4.45, 5.5, 5.25, 5.45, 0.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20,' 8.50, 9.80, 10152pan4.'."'' 4 ' 5' MELiiOTitkis'rbh EsraBAii) nut. .' 18.0*, 8.20, 8i40,: 9.0, 9.20, O/IO*; 10.0,10.30,11.0, .11.30, 12.0 aim; .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, C.l5*; G.'30,'7.0,' 7.30*; 8.0,4 8'.30; 9.34*, 10.31', II.44* p.in. ) ' EitEnAIiD'uiLi'POB'ST.'kllDA.'. 1 . 8.4, 8.24, 8;i4,-9.4, 0.21, 9.44,' 10.4,-, 10.34, 11.1, 11.34 11.111. .12,4, 12.34,1.4,1.34, 2.4, 2.34, 3...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x