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NATIONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

NATIONALIT#'n,!',:,'' "I* ? i' . mj. .rffuiol -(i3 IT. wo'illd'no doubtvbei a:.'futilei; expect tation that- this generation-'of. Victo-: rians .could sev^r^lie^dj^V^roin'^old; "^Fatherland' " -./i associatiohs>rLandnre-, collections, "whether British ' ov Teu tonic or . what not-r-but we take 'it1'the, r ~ : U-' J .U.'i J ll / rf i I attempt in any! manner ;or; for any, ,pur-| purpose'to assert individual i national-;; ities exclusively, is -bacl1 in'xon'ceptioiv. and can never.,haveV|a beneficial .ten?, dency to the best; interests. ;ofl theicom- . munity. ( ^ ,n ,l" uf ^ The . case to ?which our remarks1 ap1 j.i... ..f.-ftoinn «.i: ply, jisi'.thati.o£-iDr.-. .Matt, of,0Sandr ridge, who now-stands' charged ('with-' .the' manslaughter of a woman1 whonr, »"( ° »!l < ill) 1,1 ")lf <> heiwas.attending.rin fher confanementj -i-Jan d' we* wish it 'to»'be'>'distincily ';xin-: ders'tood' that: we . express^'no- opinion-' J-MIJ. ;j -/x,'!! jr-?"?+1 J-mir? Jai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

STEAMSAW and Motodiso Mn/r.s, ' Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, KMntATO HlLX. C. SKEATS ' - J Has on Bale Building Materials of evci^cscnp-. ' tion, at very reduceS prices. Oregon Baltic Deals, Battens, American Lumbeij. Shclvi. g, Clear'Pinc; &c. J" All materials kept under cover. _ ' ' The cheapest place 111 the colonj for Stenm, made Architraves, Mouldings, Skirtings, ^e., made to any size and pattern. , K-* i All kinds of Joiner's Work made to oi'der. ^ . An extensive assortment ol kitildejs and X<Ji\ | nulling Ironmongery ; Kerosene,i. Chines , ^ Colza Oil under Melbourne puces. ; ' \ r <1 ~-: . ? . ~"K| J. COLCLOUGH & CO., ' ! Vhoesalo and Family Grocors, Wiae, '' Spirit, and Produco Merchants, ( 165 <& 167 ..di.ABBN;DON';::STBEEO?, - J . KMiiKALP JIILI*. ? All orders punctually attended to. - ; .vi. BRITAiVXIA HOTEL.* . . ;, 162 OLABENDOIf STREET.. ..,,' -.'Erst-class accommodation for .£Tvo^01'3'' . .-/ilea: Wine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

Business Addresses, &.c. J. W. MITCHENEIl & CO., Manufacturers of every description of [WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, AKX> 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD IIILL. Id Blinds re-pamtcd, taped, See. Orders l>y post punctually attended to. I'ENETIAW ISS,IXI>S To bo had at Melbourne prices. . is.. o. boots:, 0 7 C L A R E N D O N STREET, Corner of Coblicn Street. blinds re-taped and painted oil the shortest notice. Samples on view. WJVt. FISTLAY,' (TAILOR, & CLOTHIER, (Opposite Market Street,) lOl COlXiINS STREET WEST, MELBOURNE. WILLIAM FERGUSON, Tailor and Olotbiorj 128 Cr.Aitp.KiiOX STBEET, EMERALD HILT., (Opposite St. Luke's Clmreli.) jronllomen's Ready-made Clotliing always ' on hand cheap. H. & 3 . 'AITIvEls1, Plumbers & Gasfitters, I Corner of Clarendon § Grant Streo i, 1 EMERALD HILL. ",On Sale-AU kinds of Plumber and GnsflttingE, Go bl azed Iron. Spoutins, nidge Caps, Piping, Hem.s,- Sh e brackets, &o « . RVatcr and Gas laid...

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THE MUNICIPAL EVENTS. To the Editor of Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

THE MUNICIpinEVEXTO.: To the Editor of Jtopro. ... SIR,-The tiling is getttng hot -1 can tell you, and they do mean run ning. The Emerald Hill nags arc doiug little private spins, but-I'm like bad luck, I'm cvenvherc. Congou has been making good time over the re serve for a-Hall for the Friendly Socie ties. The Captain is doing quiet can ters in his cloths about the western district, he was in first-rate fettle, but though he has I think placed himself hors dc combat by running against a Bull, and if he goes, I think, .he'll hardly " pull off" a place.; ; Kough man promises well. The Mayor-looks pink and <is Jsafe' enough'; if jiot cod dled, but you never can tell. Congou and - The Warden ' coming T front ;.the same.stable, T1 can't find which it is determined to win on'^'.but I shall ' put; riiy lialfplencef on i the ^6xG?2)owerfii\i animal*, and,,.,leave .The, gardenti.for; ?more:spotting')cards;to tiikqiup. '. | The\only'change in nny -pi6kj <isoto change Ko...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 5 August 1869

BMBJiALDi HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. - , MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1869. Presentr-'The Mayor, and Ors. Roy, ' Xiii^U bthwaite, Stead, Skeats, Ward, y^Ni.jwio, Ireland, and Whiteman. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read the following letters:- -.'v.. - ;.. From the: M.U.I.O. Odd'-Fellow's/ asking for the Council's patronage on the occasion of a concert and soiree to be held in the Town Hall, Prahran, to celebrate the opening of the South Melbourne District. Request was granted. From Forbes & Co., Yarra Bank, asking permission to slaughter stock on their premises, for a Meat Preserv ing Company.-Referred to Health Cp.mmittee. j "From the M. and H.-TJ. B. Railway Company, granting permission to use' some land required in widening Mo-, ray-street. - From the, Williamstown Council, aslting co-opcration in securing the establishment of a steain, punt,. ,to; shorten the distance between that? place and the city.--Request acceded "to...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

VARIETIES; j .HiOiitf ..»" r !i> .-tOlUJ/r 'ill? 'i(t villV'lf j , The street cars.in. New .Orleans are to" Jje. propelled by." machinery/ wiffi'1 compressed' 'air 'as! a-motive' power jj'-xntf }.nA< couplet fon/youngvladies-^ bes t, of .ways torlenrthen our davs, is u . O.U,, vnxll I J! to. go to bed early and never wear stays1.'" ju *»v»i]3d atr.lihr i ''Josh?clBillings1 says-'lie-'lias' "'Seen6 some1,awful .bad) throtei;; diseaseso.comf) pletely,; .cured in,8[ days ,by,simply ..jine::, ing a temperance society;" ' : , ." j .;.;.n)ju .. ... >i\lu it lo h'lijf | . A-neryous.,individual writes to the !.Boston JPosti tofask,-tf weth'er11 s tr y ch'-3 jiiie, what*'the'1 police fgiyes^.tonldogs,-/ iWon,'fcpizen< .the (human; being aftersasj, .jj«t>-l>V»i-i .> A/v -1 {wishing to convey to his brother the Icon'dition J!ofa*'thir'd'^broth'er- senlf I £l) ea"ri03ill,vt'en>ito:ionef?Jiim'll-odie >ibo7i (ford:t07mQrrow,tp,oinfei{--"j;-ff,; .iJJ0 i :...

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THE FENIAN PRISONER KINEALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

FENIAN PRISONER ' KINEALLY. : ' .(-BY''ouii .'OWN HEPOKTEK.) iTHis'caseynvhicli has- attracted-much; attention, from -its'.inception, came on for ' hearing on ..-Tuesday.; an - the, City, iPolice Court,'which was^densely crowd-, edv -?." ? There were: ten magistrates on ithe;rbench. "'".The- Government were ireijresented.f-by 'Messrs. Irelandj.XJ.C., land Adamson1;' the accused jKmneally: i 'benig,-.defended -byrProfessor Hearnej umd Mr.''iAspinalli;;r;Messrs. iO'Loglilm. >and G. M.v Byrne 'appearing.1 as> ?amid, tcurice. John Kineally, who stood 011 ithe floor of the court, was then charged' jundeiwctheir.-Convicts' Prevention Act,^ j 18'Vicf' No. 3}?'-vvxth:.being.i(Unlawf)illyi ! m'tliis'jcolony 'contrary to the ? provisions i| of,that,Act, which .provided1^ that -no. i! person convicted' of felony-should en i! teriIintdl,this!colonyiuntihany/ sentence; i1 upon.themshould'have expired for three I years.'.rf irhe Act referred to .was-passed: li in' I854T 'In-introducingnthei...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT, Monday, August, 2, 1869. (Before Messrs. C. Mollison, P.M. and T. Swallow, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT, Mtinddy, 'Augusts, ,vl8Q9:- j (Before'Messrs. C. Mo'llison, P. and T.: SvralloTrjiJ'.P.) . .. .Removing Sand without aJLiccnie. Matthew '(lui]lmghami'"Wm. -Goniiellyi and'another Win. Coniieir,were charged* with removing sand from Crown lands without a licence. .of-v40s.,. jyith.-. 5i. costs, was recorded: against,\each-of, them'. ' 1 M 1' ' ' Detention of, Mails.-John r Abrar ham Page, master of--the nbar.quc^alr.,, kyrien, was charged under tlie"35th'' section of the Post-office; St'atutiej','1866^v with having on the 3rd inst. "negligent ly detained and: kept in his possession! a certain mail parcel coritfary^to'thc1' statute," after such parcel had been demanded by the mail .master.:.* -The prisoner pleaded " Guilty." -The mail" master, Edward David i Joyce,, stated that 011 the 3rd inst. he demanded the; mail on board of * the Valkynen, from Mauritius, and;received'one' bag «and twenty-two packages .from' the prisoner j who was .captain, ...but: afterwar...

Publication Title: Record
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THE RESULT OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

THE RESULT OF THE POLL THE poll was opened at the respective polling booths this morning at 8 and. a brisk business, so to speak, .-was carried on during the morning-just about the dinner hour > there ? wasn.a great rush; and the friends of tlie, "se veral' candidates were -in 'high' glee, each one . appropriating the, re-infoxge* ments. All was carried 'orrin ''good ? - i >;B tafi humor.) The cabmen mustihave doiie a ffood business as-almost alL the 'ean ."« ' iiu-.i. didates had cabs at the .- disposal'*of ' J1 J.* ' ' "'i 1 '<ij Id I their iriends. The poll closed at^ji p.m., and betweemo-and 6, the return ing, officer for the Hill; Mr.j yyj.' *3?his tlcthwaite declaredv'the following re sult :- ' 5' ?" ? ? '?.'A v" Power'.'. .. v.\ Sandilands .......... J489 'Hoffman A . VV.'., ',451/ Black . .... Ward: . /.<: < i «.?* 39.6,'tj >: At about the same hour, Mr.( May, the present Mayor for Sandridg'e,; and by virtue . of- his office, Returni...

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Wednesday, August 11, 1869. (Before, Messrs. Martin and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

j " Wedn'e$day,,?idugmt>i:l}'-18QQ..-i' (Beforc,"'Messrs.i vMai,tin'1 ancli: Mouat, r-»i«rcc»y.rT-Jolin-v*Davis',:wtfe 'sent' to^ gaol, fori: ono< month ifon. attempting; ito^ rob "Mr.^CTdshua Ghristopherson's'till..,.; ?'.Drunlicnncss.-r-rMichael; Ryan .and} Robeit Sellars' were cach fined 5s. for drunkenness. . , :,

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 7, 1869. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Mouat and Rocke, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

-siJS EMEE&LD ' HIIiL JPOEIGEc./:; j ,rPOJJRT;j( j Saturday, August 1, 1869.. ; (Before Messrs. Mollisoii/fiP,M.j and1 , Mouat'aid'Ilocke,'j.y.'s.) j . - «... cnuhnu.uh':, i Manslaughter. - John,, M'Namara,! James. M'Nauglitoiij 'and. J oh'n' N ayloiv w e r evch ar g e d . w i th. the . mansliiugter oi' Samuiel Moore, on the. previous evening j They were remanded till Monday, bail being alio wed, tHetiisel v'es in £200, and tw!o. sureties ;of £100^each.' ; ,. .Application for, Publican's LicenseJ -Edward' 'Femiell, a'J carpenter "an!d ' j oiner, made application for a, p ubli can/s ? license , for premises situated at the ^corner" of Merton 'aii'd' .Brooke-streets! The application had been_ previously refused by the Bench, and oil appeal to the'Bourke General.Sessions^ Judge Pohlman, after inspecting., the. premises!' confirmed their decision. Very little had since been done' t'o' improve the premises, but the -appl'saht^hainded iii, a petition, bearing, a.co: -iderable numf...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

iMolbourria i'and ^Hobsoa'a Bay Railway. " ' TIME'TiVBLE.' ; - . j " i i; M} !1: "ft (Yj ' u<\ i'H ST. KILDA FOll ilELUOtTRITE. . ? 7.40,* . 8.0*, 8.20*; 8i40*, 9.0*; 0.20*f9J40*,l10.0», 10.15, 10M5; 11.15* !l2:15*|l 12.'45, I.15,i,1.45*, 2.15,^, 12.45,13.15*; 8.45,^.0,14.20, . ' 4.4<V,5'.0* "5.20,'5.40, G'.'O,'G'.ii', Gr45/.7.15*)f7.45, ? 8.iV8,J45^^^ U:1-8U.1 ri' '' EirEiiALB1 niLr¥oB8i[tE£fioraifE.1l!'' 7.1l5j <8.5;!8.25^8.ii5,J 9.5] .9;30; 9.'46>)l0:5, i 10.20, 10.50,.11/20, ]11.50 u.iu. 12:20,'12,59, 1.20,1.50, 2.20,12.50, 3.20, ;3.50,-..4.5, ,4.S5,\'4^8,",5,6,r 5.25, 5.-X5,1G.5;G!20,'i5.56!,7.20, 7.50VJ8i2O,J 8'50J 9.50, '10.52'jpVm.'1V].'' *. OWti J! Yi<;<{ii MELliOUBNE TOB EMEBAIiD 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40,' ao, 9.20, 9.40* 10.0,,10.30,111.0, II.30,' i'2.0 a.'vuy 12130,11.0*; l'so'," 2.0*! ;2:30,3.0 3:3o;''-i:o*,v ti.2o»>T q:S4o*;i f 5'.o 5v20»;f5M0»?6.p, 6.15*^e.30/7.0!-i7i30;,'3.0,-f:'8.30)fi9.3.4*)'jm348, .,«!;».> ii...

Publication Title: Record
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PROTOPLASM. WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS WORD, IN ITS TRUE SENSE ACCORDING TO PROFESSOR HUXLEY'S THEORY? To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

vj.«Ogffj:ii:;L ^ : ???? ,..o UiiitJ if!): -.i.-i'PEOIEOBLASM.!. >0- ; :"W®ATF;IS:1'HB IMEA3S"ING/03{THIS WORD, ? J ,IN ;|ITS .,TRUE . SENSE ACCORDING TO ' ? 'PROFESSOR -HUXLEY'S THEORY ? ' , K) I Oft VI.) ' 1, !>. ,iI J, )" ,,n<u-rfu '??!" .To th<$-Editor of 'The'Record; '?' r'.JJIN.TR'-.IU >)" r i Si it j I am ut a loss as to the mean-. ungtor ends Huxley's theory 'tends to ;' tand'as "the" subject'isc one'of''deep<im-..' portyiwhat'are the facts! tojbeiestabhshr, ed, shoukl.this ldea^be^i correct one > : If .it: is-organic vitality ??emulating from "some matter'maternally'formed-';! orj -isi ?lt^-vitahtyoatsellj'its ;origm jand; progress .,to an-,, infinite standard of, purity, or the line of mortality and im mortality-or : the 'rcommencemeritub'f .living action.'-The word living.asJiter.r< _ally,ilife,tandiJife;<is,vitality,,,this,is an, established fact; but the Sin KIT which, give's impetus and action .'.to' ev...

Publication Title: Record
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LITTLENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

LITTLENESS. ! i 1 . 1 < ... " '.!,!). ,ll i WOE !.4 ,Woej- ! Sackcloth and- ashes i have come; upon, the RECORD, Couii | ci 11 or'TiiiS'rLETinvAiTE has denounced i us, and we are' but a 'broken vessel1' |from, this out! :i, >.i\ .... t ? We are at a'loss to know, !and,;per-. haps' it is only fair to-say we; have igone to no great trouble to find outj how. wei (have* lost-if Ave . ever ,,.pos sessed it-the 'favor of that'worthiest i of Councillors and most amiable' of 1 TO i ' , . 'M /I I ?men;: , It .we have erred in. respect to |;Goun cillor THISTLETHWAITE, -it ?must I have' been a sin of omission, as . we do not remember to have referred to him in any .mariner .whatever,..simply because we never observed1 in him any prominent virtues as an individual nor excessive, ability inor-usefulness in his public capacity-we ? simply, endured him or tolerated him, though we had an opinion that; there were gentlemen who would have filled <the civic /chair with quite a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

tJSHOJOlV lO ^Amusements. ;; .' ' SHIP HOTEL FB^E'E' CONCERT HALL, .xoi jo:;.BAY STREET, SANDRIDGE. WTke oldeit established Concert Hall in the Colony. |j The Best Talent in ever;/ department:! ,... Sensational Songs, Nigger Eccentricities, , Ballet, Farce, and Drama EVERY EVENING! :,TH;E MOST COMPLETE STAGE a« regards Scenery antl Mechanical Effects, (for a Concert Hall) in tlie Colony. ' BEST DBmKS ! lull measure and at Bar pKies! Obliging waiters! Every attention Vtid to the comfort of'Private Families desirous \i patronising this establish ment, C$i£E ONE! COME ALL!! : | ' , ClIAS. C. Si-IARV, .., Sole Proprietor, invites gou. Miscellaneous. "W* IR, X T I 2sT <3r. "P'W%:R. NEEDEAM'S ACADEMY, 1 3 e- B OURKE STREET.EAST, (Opposite t-lic Waxworks.) MR. J. R. NEEDHAM has taught liissystem of writing in Melbourne for tlie last/iceice years with the greatest success, as will be seen on t; reference to the testimonials he lias received from Rev. Dr. Bromby, Church of England...

Publication Title: Record
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Original Poery. LINES TO MY LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

©xigiuul .facing. J . ' 1 If A-.! lilffES U.U, ^IV LIYLtl ^ y: ! J(By-'i®iXiMsi'EDiTOii.) i.inor.!. ; r -yij/j. t 11 fiiU rio'siou^i/. ./rI il-,:-;. I Remote,mactivc,: dilatory, slow- -t j- -... [ : A line evoking Croldsmitli's re'collcc'tion-' .Bchold'my liver, aiid'fchc world Hvill'krib'w"'1 Ajll^m^thisi broad- hiiifcuwheuce^cqiuqs^ny.deep. Source of all gloomy thoughts,'aU,direful deeds, I All moping by tho melancholy.rivcr, ''"Where lie who plunging; strangling by tho weeds, (.! Oft curaos Kite, when be should blamo bis liver' iMysterious morsel of tho human frame,'. " rp-B^nditbj^gionjoP^WWiiiWiMuesi!.''''; 'Tremendous'tissuo,'front* Whose darkc'ellacame'1- < ( |'UJiipse^xays^.-Jar^atrefa^iing^|df'^corulpaii^liu.es! . .. >"Wliy should tliy gloomy roil sproailj'far beyond ' ~ I A daik dim curtain o'er our, future days, or ("Slake mortals shrink from pondering o'er'a pond, j Or hositate each inorn to raise a razor,?ji *"U7i i i . i ) i ' ' » ' i I . ii t ^VicariousV...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1869. THE CLOSE OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

15ME11ALD HILL*. THURSDAY; AUGUST 12, 1869. THE CLOSE OF THE POLL.' THE stiuggle is now over, and the de cisions of the 1 sspectivc" lleturning officers put us in possession of. the fact thiat Mesirs. MOKLEY, SWALLOW,.and PLUMMEII are " in " for Sandridge, and that Messrs. POWEK, SANDILANDS, and HOFFMAN. wilL be entitled to. a voice in the Borough Council of Em'erald Hill, and accepting all men who offer them selves for lionary public positions as good men and true according to the light that is in them,? we can only hope that we have got the right men in the right places-the relegation of some of those gentlemen to their seats reads like an expression of public confidence in them which may never be abated; rf Of course the election cannot have pleased, everyone-but we live;;in an. . age of majorities, and those whose; par- , ticular favorites are " left out in'the cold " must take heart- of grace^' for next time and hope that those, gcntlc7 men. now elected may conserve .ithe1 gene...

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VELOCIPEDEISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

f £1.0 fELUpi^EDEISMS. What JosK^Billirigs'says.-Josh Bil lings says3 on _ the/subject,' thusly :? Jt'do'nt take' much stuff't to -build'. a ifilosipede. I am bold tew- say . that ' a 'man'could make" one ov em out of a: cingle old plank, and then liev enough stuff left over to splinter broken limbs, or make, perhaps, a' cormiv > A niosi-: 'pede. can't.stand alone, and that, single fact iz enough to condemn the: "think in mi eye. I dont want to have any thing to do with any helpless critter that can't stand alone,' onless, I might add, it is a purty woman going for ta faint. I don't think it will ever get . intew. gineral use amon farmers, az it haz no coyeniences for a hay riggin,; nor even a place to strap a trund; as tew going to church on it, the family wo uld' have: tew go one . at a time, and the i;est walk. ..So, ot course the thing is^killed^if that' direction.^ T/ie Velo cipc&ist. " " ' , Velocipede" lays three languages 'under'contribution for its composition. T...

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EMERALD HILL ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

' EMERALD HILL ARTILLERY. j -ri'jf(bi-i!f or . toihawmtAio . nci Iwino'C .8 THE-'fourth < quarterly,,competition for a silver challenge cup took ^place /on ? Saturday 31st ulti vThe wtather was greatly ao'airist'godd! shooting, a strong breeze' blowing from the right rear ; ' nevertheless, 'several good1 scores were made. The KeS range totals'were'as . folIowr:-^20.0;ayar.dBi DrUl-instauctor Canham, 19 points ; 300 yards. Gun ner Hamilton, 18 points ; 400 yards. Sergeant Minty, 17,points ; 500 yards, Gunner C. Chessell, 17. points. ' The conditions were fiXcd at five rounds each atTTom"'"ranges;" Hythe position> targets and' marking!,'and sighting.shot i at,:.each ..range.', ;. The'"'ranges' may be) changed i,at each match (due notice'''.1 being'given'- by the match commit-J tee) ',sq'" as 'to encourage practice, at<?> all the various ranges with Govern-,-? ment-j'riflesr-~-^r-his--.cup-niust...ba.lwon_ three times before "becoming the pri yatej propertyp...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORPORATE HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

CORPORATE HONOR. / jlff e, are' thoroughly nauseated with this and its generally accompanying " privi "lege,"--not a night passes, but some member;feels.it is,;his:,duty to offer a personal ^explanation^ and."topresent something injuiious which''lias'-been said .or.done in.( contravention of ? the ."privileges ",of the^'Ouse.or : deroga-, toryof- - its-:tc-corporate«.honor.i' ."Y^e ; ? are: no libelieyers, in,, prejudgingany. mah^be hejeYen' a member! of.' Iparlia ^nvent-^therefbre we: thall say, nothing about: Messrs.'Stutt and MILT,kk and . others nhtil. the jury of their peers >has I given its deliverance,whicliiit is to be hoped may restore public confidence in them-but'there are gentlemen re presentatives who stand in a different position. . We'allude" torMi\ BOWMAN and his "guide, 'philosopher; and "-friend,";Mr. . MCKEAN ,iit swill;; be in1 the'recollection ofyour 'readers t,hat,i thanks 'to accidental. circumstances,: a' very.'nice - little ' game was, discovered amongst ...

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