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POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

POLICE5 PROTECTION. Ixiwouldseem as'if; the:mpdel;borough of E ra erald - Hill'; by; no meansr basked in. official favor--Government' notices, which s address themselves to its, resi dents- more-'especially,-i are withheld from its local .newspaper-its postal iarrangements, are ^on^such . a; parsi monious scale that-^personso not- thirty yards 'from . /Clarend'oh-street" canhot> get^theirvlettersfjt^ even in-more,-favored-localities not till; about -'.nine:; .t and we-; suppose ['if i a', ?deputation waited'upon the-Honorable, the PostmasterrGeneral' on the-subject.' ,they, wouldi.be brusquely, told,: in£his stagiest of voices, that.? heo." did s not', know-there was such a place as Emerald Hill," and-Inst, and by.no means least,;' ^of the*.Government- neglect, of: which we have good' cause to complain,'is'tlie absence., of any thing - like .adequate police ? protectionweuby: no means ?wish to throw discredit-'on' those mem-, bers of the police force stationed on the Hill; and-it...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RICHMOND INFANTICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

11? I THE,;;, .RICHMOND ;; INFANTS THIS mysterious' case'stiii0remams' as. before---tlie polipe have employed -'a' j black:^ac^erj r .jtlat } ^(4! crossed brj:recr.os§ed J)h§7 locality, jKis, astuteness^and''delicate: power, of i ob-r: serYatidn were of no .avail; ,a/;corres .pondent of f,a country ipaper.^sugges^s .whatwe fully endorse-let'jtlie .Govern: Orient1 ofter! a ;reward "for'information likely to lead to a discovery, at oncc and they would, probably, receive such. hints as would ""direct ''tlie ? " inqmries~of the police in tHengli't direction instead .of pottering round the, spot where the body was found ;1 the'.mother's con dition before- and 'after the fact must hay.e.; attracted the,,attention, of some personv .> . - If; however,/the authorities do not wish to 'find'the matter out they, had better go oh as they are go ing, sending down a dectective to the spot day by day,who shakes his head, looks as wise-as he can, walks back and reports-nothing. Infanticide and ch...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1869. VOLUME I. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1869. ' VOLUME I. THE RECORD of 'to-day completes our twelvemonth's* issue/ and-we trust that Sye; may :;be excused1 "the ;'-pardonable vanity of . an X?-^a».\pn'.^e~occi^iba.' We enteredupon! the, ;duty Vof local j ournalism'with;,a Tiullfi-recbgn,ition of its duties and ^di^c^tie^jvelaiajdown' a course ior; ,our .;guidance7-viz.A,to' eschew politics"inkthe>general! accep-; tance, and' to' this'wc "have-religiously adhercdj and ; the lonly political views or opinions whichiwe nhaveh advocated have been:' of ldcal'l'-interest, or of |a broad and' general character.'- "We h'avc' in brief^ without' any- vast;i display. of egotism^'done our best to'supply the de sideratum pf a'] '^EWSPAPERf -? ...;« ;:.,u ? .y.v ,1s;: .>. combining information,with/entertain^ ment, and excluding ; matter jwhichiis: too' often admitted;iritb journals which circulate in families.-^ " '".r,, -.. ; ' We do not . think that, either, in our. editorial or: contributed'articles^any,-, ...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

Business Addresses, &.c. ." , :???>, 0X.ABB1TD0N TIMBER TAEI3 STBAM Satt and Mouidixg MILLS, Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, '' EMERALD HILL. C. SK BATS Hu m tale Building Materials of every descrip-... tion, at Tery reduced prices. Oregon and Baltic Seals, jBattons, American Lumber, Shelving, Clear Pine, ic. "All materials kept under covcr. The cheapest place in tlie colony for Steain Biade Architraves, Mouldings, Skirtings, &e., - made to any size and pattern. All kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. An extensive assortment of Builders' and Fur niihing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese, and Colza Oil under Melbourne prices. " J. COLCLOUGH & CO., Whoes&la and Family Grocers, "Wine, . .Spirit, and Produce Merchants, 165 & 167 CLARENDON STREET, EMEBALD HIIX. - , -Ml orders punctually attended to. EWART'S BRITAjVjVIA HOTEL, <;J 7162 . CLARENDON STREET. , (="First-ola8S accommodation for Travellers. Ales, Wines, Spirits, and nil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

I W. MITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, AND 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. Ortnd, rc.pnin.cd, taped, Orders by post .nmctualiy VKXETIAX IBEJXDS To be had at Melbourne priccs. H. O. BOOTS, !97 CLARENDON STREET.; Corner of Coblren street. Blinds re-taped and painted on the shortest notice. Samples on view. WM. r*I!W3L"-A-'V» TAILOR & CLOT H IE R, (Opposite Market Street,) , 101 COX.T.XNS STREET WEST; Meluouhne. WILLIAM FERGUSON, : Tailor and Clothier, ; ? j 128 CliAEENDON STREET, EMERAlD;HlIiIj, iLI (Opposite St, Luke's Churcli.) '1 Seutlcmeu'a Ready-made. Clothing always .on > hand cheap., , D. ^ / TAILOH, .. . I 16 ffiARENDON 'SJREETj EMERALD HILIi. | Iwecd Suits, to measure, from ^ ^2 .,-2;!, Tweed Trousers ... .... ." ?X^;Ch Suit Black Broadcloth 0 V Gentlemen's own material made-up in superior atylc^); I-I. & J. AI T K EN, ?: Plumpers & Gasflttors, . Corner of Clarendon 8$ Grant Streets EME...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesday July 28, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Finlay, Sandilands, Nimmo, and Mouat, J.P.'s,) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

.-. v EMERALD- HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesdayy July 28,,1869. (Before Messrs.' Martin,"Finlay, Sandi lands, Nimmo, and;Moyat,. JvP.'s,);. Obscene Langua'0^T!\i6mis y Gib-1 son and his better-half, Emma/"on'"re-: mandj --were .accused <>of (having: made | use' of" bbscetfe/langua^fe ? Vitniri'-l'/thc'i Rearing! of . the ,T,puBlic. ^'"Itj'.appejivc^d: that our; two wortKiesrhadbe.eivindulg ing in a ' friendly ' igrowl, in^tlie course of which the language, complained of - was used. ? They, were fined; 40s. each, with" 2s. 6d; costs-; -in 'default, ,one month's imprisonment. i : . Midnight Ttdvijis.-Mary Greig and Mary Gott,-two;o young women, were '..brought' up^harged^'witii insulting :be ; Havio.ur,;; TKe.i.twOn^Marysj .it. seems, ihad'been amusing, themselves.by. ring ing the bells aM'kriocldhg.at'doors, m Raglan-street,between twelve' and' one 'o'clock in the'mbrning/for: which' they .were . directed i.'toi-pay iaffineirof rjSOs'. i.eacli, ;With. 2s.s 6d. costs ;, in.d...

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, July 22, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

ciWRID GE B OR O UGH,. bA COUNCIL. ' , Thursday, July 18(>9. PresentThe Mayor, Councillors Thomas', Morley, Plummer, Pool man, Curtis, ancl Johnson. ! '' The minutes of the previous meet-' ["<r were read'and confirmed;-, lit ? , , CORRESPONDENCE. . The Town Clerk read the following: letters:- - ?, : From the Lands and Survey Office,; relative to the site for the Borough ibbatoirs.-Referred to Cr. Thomas, JI.L.A From the Borough Council of Wil liamstown, stating that that Council; laving a desire to open up the road to: Melbourne wished to obtain the co-; operation of the Sandridge Council and of the member for the. district.^ On the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Councillor Morley, the Town Clerk, ir'as instructed to apply for a sketchiof the proposed road. 0-; ;i From the Central Board.of Health] with reference to the ' smoke issuing from manufactories'/'and 'stating'1 that the provisions of the ,83, section of -iSLct 310 were not adhered to.-The,Mayor moved that it...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 29 July 1869

Births, IVXarriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages,-and Deaths are inserted' fr'bk OP c 11 A HO 1:, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.] ) BIRTH.           EWART.-On the 26th inst., at Clarendon- street, Emerald Hill, the wife of William Ewart of a son.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

Election rootle cs... TO THE RATEPAYERS? >3' 03?, ^ THE BOROUGII , OE. EMERALD. JEIILL. GENTLEMEN,. ...?! l; VI! I I beg to inform you,' that'at'tlie yerjj^eai'ries.fc, solicitation of several4riilueiitiar residents'of"tliis Borough, it is my intention' to'come forward''as a Candidate for the Council.1'!' X have for some time'past given/great'attention, to our local wants, and,:ir'elee*ted,;rwould'supp6rt any sourid measure .tliat.'lias for Its'objcct1 tlie 'im provement of tho' " sanitary f'condit;i6hi fof 0'tliis Borough. ' 1 |. One step iii this directio'njwquld be'drainage of our swamps'into tlie 'Satfdriclge lagoon, instead of into, the Yarra as at present. ? The fqrmer.methbd'has_ ti\e'a&TO»&ig(jof some five feet'more: full tlunitl i o'lii ti br, ;uKl'JSvoukl' consequently be nioreeffectual.^; ,'"A"''"J' | I would advocated' the' construction'of' n; draw bridge over the'jy^artt^Sp^c^»,tJ^.ety'"'imU' I consider a direct .public road':!;'^ Albert Park woul.d't...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH ELECTION. GENTLEMEN,— [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

EMEIIAIIIJ'' HILL BOROUGH ELECTION. ?GENTLEMEN-, : Q . ; My term of office liaring now expired, il: liave been induced at' Iho 'solicitation of riu-' jinei'ous friends to offer mjsolf for ro-olection, as a, Councillor for the Borongb. I beg to ask for the isnnib support as accorded me when I first oirerod myself, and if re-electcd I shall be happy to give, |the same timo and attention to my lminicipal :dutiee as, heretofore, and support; as I havo. in variably done, the equal expenditure1 OYER the ; district of ilio Borough funds. : > uOi , ,. t >. I rcmnin, Gentlemen, ' Tour obediont sorrantr* 1 ' , : . PATRICK WAED. ?. Union Hotel, Moray-stroot, I; Augmt5tbj«'1860.' , ; , - ;i is: :

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

Melbourne and Eolsson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA TOE MELBOUBNE. 7.40, 8.0* 8.20* 8.40* 9.0* 9.20*; 9.40#, 10.0*, 10.15, 10.45,11.15* ,11.45 a.m. .12.15*, 12.45, I.15, 1.45* 2.15*, 2.45,-.3.15*, 3.45, '4.0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*, 5.20,' 5.40; G.0, 6.15, 6.45, 7.15*, 7.45, 8.15, 8.45, 9.45; 10.4G* p.m. £MERAM> IniilljOB i . I 7.45, 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, 0.45, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20,11.50 ii.ni. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.50, 2.20, 2.50,3.20,3.50, 4.5, 4.25, 4.45/5.5; 5.25, 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20,-7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, 10.52 p.m. , * j MELBOURNE FOR EMERALD,. HILIu, 8,0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40*; 10.0,10.30,11.0, II.30,12.0 a.in. 12.30,1.0*; 1.30,^2.0* 2.30,3.0 -3.30, 4.0* 4.20*, 4.40*, 5.0* 5.20*, 6.40*, 6.0, 6.15* 6.30,7.0, 7.30**8 0, 8.30, 9.34* 10.31*, 11.44*r . . . . ; EMERALD HILL POR ST. KLLDA. ' 8.4, 8.24, 8.4-1; 9:4; 9.2-1, 9.44, 10.4, 10.34, 11.4, 11".34 a.m. 12.4, 12.34; 1.4,1;34;:2.'4, 2.34, 3.4, 3.34, 4,4,, 4.24, 4.44,-5.1, 5.24, 6.4-4, 6.4, G.19, 6.34...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

shodoiVlo j r SHIP HOTEL | FREE' CONCERT HALL, av, ! j: BAY STREET, SANDKIIlGE. ; MrTke oldest established concert Kali in the Colony. The Best Talent in every department! Sensational Songs, Jfigger Eccentricities, Ballet, Farce, and Drama EVERY EVENING-! TEEMOST COMPLETE STAGE ' a* regards Scenery and Mechanical Effects, (for a Concert Hall) in the Colony. BEST DRINKS ! lull measure and at Bar prices! Obliging waiters! ""'.'Every attention \aid to tlio comfort of Private Families desirous of patronising this establish ment. , u 'iOT ONE! COME ALL!! j CHAS. C. Shari'j Sole Proprietor, invites gou. Miscellaneous. !!iWRI T I 3ST<3-. J.VR. NEEDHAM'S AO ADE M7, ; 130 BOTTRKE STREET EAST, (Opposite the Waxworks.) MR. J. R. NEEDHAM has taught liis system of writing iu Melbourne for the last twelve " years with the greatest success, as will bo scon on .reference to the testimonials he has received from " Rev. Dr. Bromby, Church of England Grammar School; Rev. Dr. Barry, late of ...

Publication Title: Record
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FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

I . FOOTBALL GOSSIP. BY FOOTBALL JACK. ALBERT*' PARK V. .MELBOURNE. These clubs played last Saturday on the; 'metropolitan , ground, in the pre-' sence of 'a; large number of spectators who seem to .; take great interest in the matchV- ;Only ten of the Albert Park 1 team turned up and substitutes had to be picked from persons 011 the ground to make up the full team. Play did not commence until half-past three, when the ball was kicked off by Mr. Byrne and immediately taken close to the Albert Park goal where it was generally kept throughout the play, though occasionally the Parkites would make some good rallies and force the ball to the other end,but it soon found its way back owing to the very weak team Albert Park had. Notwithstand ing this the Melbourne men did not succeed in kicking a goal, owing princi pally to the excellent goalkeeping of Mr. Garbutt. Play was continued un til twenty minutes past five, when time ?was called by the umpire and-the-game^;. ended. The following,ge...

Publication Title: Record
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DR. STURT'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

1 X)E. STTJRT'S LECTURE^ r ;; Dit. Stxjrt, oh Thursday evening,°de-f livered the seventh of the series of winter lectures at the Mechanic'Tnsti-' tu'te^ Mr.' Chivers presiding. ' TKe';at-1' tendance, we regret both for the sake of the lecturer and the absentees them-1 selves, was more select than numerbiis, and without disparagement of any other gentleman's efforts in this excel lently good cause, we may say that a more interesting and edifying subject is' seldom met with, and we may con gratulate the model borough on the discovery that we have another able exponent of the mysteries which scien tific research is day by day unfolding before us -? one more philosophical evangelist of the wondrous works of the Great * Creator, and we may add, that those who were absent have mis sed a very pleasurable and profitable evening, and those who had the pleasure of listening to the doctor's reading have ground for profitable re flection. The theme selected was the " Microscope," its uses, and ...

Publication Title: Record
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EXECUTION OF RITSON. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

EXECUTION OF KITSON. BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTED.. a The earthly career of this wretched ci 1111111 al "was .cut short by the execu tioner of the law on Tuesday morning, within the precints of the gaol, and so deftly had the hangman done his repulsive duty that it may be believed that the physical suffering of Bitson, .was of a very momentary character; -tie,, was most assiduously attended' even'to the fatal drop by the ministers, o^: the church (Wesleyan) to which' he professed to belong ; the Rev. Le lean was just commencing the intror, duqtion to the solemn service for the . qe'ad, "Man that is born of a woman!,':; 1 i '' ' Yhen Bamford3 the executioner' ^worked* the-lever and Bitson had ex juated his crimes, as far as man is con cerned,., with his life. He did not appear at all excited under the circum- . stances, and after the cap was drawn, over his eyes, asked for it to be lifted'' ,so that he might" have a look round " promising that he " would not' keep?' them long "-and having...

Publication Title: Record
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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

R0Un'dMND' ABOU'l 111ii'i ii' t i OHILL. V. nil Itj i1 >j )i» * *Oi>D, »«- I A .f r. pClHis"'h'as jbeenrmitclv: ofi weather-/ for»getting>rab6ut;' Mr;?*Editor,;unless ?: bne~Lhad-:been born nvebfooted; but-i Ij have - managed to t make a-t few. excnr.-l 'sions1 of'' a < limited; character; in ? the! neighborhood./11 Building t,is ;:going» on i !ve'iy 'favorably':' Dr^iilffla'schouse . is.t firiished-and'[occupiedubyuthet doctor. himself; -The'Scotcliischool.'extensionsi areY''beirigJ carrierd'":?oiitf upon; a .largej scale,' (an'd evilly when; completed, afford) accommodation I for- >a-> largefmumber. 'of, ipu'pils1; -going;'from; gay ,loj;;grave^>.-I/ ;hotice ifthat-; Mi 'Hill's premises: iiij jClafendon^-streetyiareJ'beingre'Tbuilt'in: 'substantial work, -jwlsidoit notinvish ttoj accept' 'this ;as any indication! j that otirr 'loctil °bills ;oiJ mortality.j(I-don't"rneahl the actual1 undertaker'svaccounts):^ret lupon^th'e' -increase-but . there Wis &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

Government Advertisements. PREPARATION OF GENERAL ELEC TORAL LISTS DURING- THE WEEK ENDING- 1ST DAY OE SEPTEMBER, 1869. SPECIAL NOTICE TO Holdbbs or ELECTORS' RIGHTS. IT is hereby notified that holders of Eloctors' Rights, issued on or before the 1st day of September, 1863, must obtain renewed rights in lieu-thercof, in 6rder to have their names placed 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 persons so negloct ing from the new lists to bo made up as afore said. The old right must in every case be delivered up to the registrar, but the renewed right will bear the same number and will be in the like form and tenor a* that in lieu of which it is issued, and will be equally available for any election that may take place before the completion of the new roll in October next. No Elector whose name is on a Roll of Rate paying Eloctors for any province or district is en titled to a ren...

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THE LAND MORTGAGE BANK [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

THE LAND;MORTGAGE BANK 'THE -tenth ' half-yearly general. meet *ing-< o£r; the .^proprietors of the Land ^Mortgage; Bank of Victoria was held at the Mechanics' Institute, Collins ?sjbfeSti on''Thursday-; last, -July 29th; iM-riiC.rJ'.' Jenner,'M.Ii.C.i ,-in the.chair. The, minutes pf; the. last, meeting irere ?ljead,and .confirmed'..'' 'The tenth half-' {yearly report'bf rtHerihoafd'-of- directing 'for'the sixJmonths/ endingt.on the 30th 'June-was-as-follows former ipart: of, this 'year; owing to the abund csincc .of "uuemploye'd"''capital^ the' rite 6f interest on 'mortgages was -. uri usually: ;low, and some-difficulty.was.for a time ' experienced-ill getting-,^supply of first ' class loans.'" ihis''difficulty has, how ever, passed away;~aiid"good securities i at-remunerative jatesi tare [being jfreely i : offered? '(Notwithstanding this ;unpre-,, ' cedented . state! of the colonial "money niarket" it.:is; gratifying to'the 'directors . \to"-;anuounce:that- there'r Has ...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUSTS 5, 1869. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

\ 33MERALD HILL THU11S1)A.Y, ' !' " AUGUSTS, 1869. TITE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS., THIS probably will be the subject of most,, local interest ; in, the two Bo roughs for the next week or two, and we; may therefore be excused for again returning to it'. It is now definitely known who are the gentlemen actually in candidature, and all surmise and .speculation isat an end. For Emerald Hill Borough Council Messrs. BLACK, POWER, SANDILANDS, HOFFMAN.. ;.nd "VVAKD offer themselves, and for uv Borough Council of Sandridge Messrs. COHN, WESTALL, PLUMMER, CAR RICK, SWALLOW and MORLEY are can didates. Should ,all go to the poll, we must; say. the burgesses cannot complain ,of a want of choice, each gentleman offering himself being eligible sid generis.-. Some '"have''already placed their views- before, the J constituents either orally; at publie. meetings or by rthe'aid of the printer, and no doubt . others <will, before the day of election, expound: their, views municipal, and "make the...

Publication Title: Record
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MUNICIPAL ELECTION MEETINGS. MR. COHN AT THE FOUNTAIN, SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

'MUNI CIP A-L?'EL-E-&T I 0 N ? ME'ETIN GS.1-. MR. COHN: AT THR -FOUNTAIN,: SAND I - ' 1UDGE. 'THIS gentleman opened the electioneer .ing ball! by'holding'a-meetin'gvati-the Fountain' Inn,- on.. Monday;^evening.1. ^There ? - was a very.. considerable,,attend-.v ance-the chair:.was? occupied'1 bythe-. Mayor, Mr. May.' ( « " t In introducing himself to 'the, nieet-i ing; Mr;1 Cohn . offered .-'some .explana tion of the reasons that! induced'his candidature. : It had -been discussed: from; time to time,' that;their.\portion' of the borough should. be .represented, and' many names -hadbeen..proposed,' the answers being, "nok time.j" "no ability," or . f,.non7 residence," and eventually; a requisition had ..been.put, dnto' his hands'-askings; him..to 'standy his answer "?was,1 that'while 'lie was sor ry that' aunore eligible mair-could-'not ibe;. 'selected^ ,'lie - would, if 'elected, act >uprightly; i andhonestly, ;as,i.he had hitherto' done. He believed he knew : the duties o...

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