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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

Educational. LADIES' COLLEGE, 1 Rochester Terraoe,' St. Vincent Place, EMERALD lULI,. (Late Educational. Institution, Spring Street, Treasury Gardens,'Melbourne.) Established .Sixteen Yeat s. Principal: - - - Miss COE. ..... ; Pupils're-assembly Julv 9th. i: Drawing, Singing, Music, Dancing, &c. Vacnncies for uvo hoarders. .' BROWN'S RHEUMATISM AND GOUT .SPECIFIC.:; This preparation is highly recommended as a speedy, safe and effectual cure for every descrip tion: of. Grout, Rheumatic.Gout, Aeutc Bhcuma tismYSLunibago, &c., &c. Its oifoets are truly astonishing, the most severe attack being cured 111 a few days; ' In: bottles,' 4si 6d The following extract from testimonials- as to the great efficacy,of this medieme <- : Marionrstreet,JFitzroy, July7th,*1809. .To,, Mr., Biwn,~Sir,-It affords me much pleas'uroito bearUestunony^tb itho groat and euro tive:i)roperties' of-your liewoGrOut and Specific,, four bottles having completclycured >me alter a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

Saw*®14 am t »im;> -Annual ELECTION. AT a POLL taken this day, the following . . numbers were Polled by the several Can didates:-r ? ' i Black, GEOBGB .. ...401 ?rHoyFMAS, William BROOKS .. .451 POVTEK, "WILLIAM 510 ; SA»DILA>-bs, BENOXI NtiiJto...4 Waul, PATEICK ?'...39G I therefore declare the following Candidates to hare been duly elected to fill the, three vacant aeata in the Borough Council: POTVER, WILLIAM ..................51° Sandilandb, BENONI NiiiMO...i89 Hofeman, WILLIAM BROOKS...451 . ! WILLIAM THISTLETHWAITB, Returning Officer. ? Borough, of Buierfcli BUI. TENDERS will be received until 7.30 p.m. on Monday, 16th inst. ? ..,. , 1. For Channelling and other Works in Moray-street north. 2. Kerbing, Channelling, <ic., in Ferrari , ! 'street. ? .. .: ._ ? ? 3. Formation of Approaches to Bridport street Level Crossing. pianS) Specifications, and Conditions at the Council offices. ; By order, . . JAMES EVILLE,. Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 3rd August, 1869. . MB....

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THE DANGERS OF THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

THE DANGERS OF THE WAY.': Thk\ sad. accident of, last | Friday^e^'e ning, by which tlie life of-ia ;v.er,y estim-; able citizen was sacrificed 'and* thatiofi several other persons' ,'ieapordised! , " , V . . 1 should. not .- pass without, leavings some, lessonibehi nd'it. j / <In,the i ease alluded to,'the jury decided Wat no1 blame was attached ,to. the: carters, against one of whose u carts ithe cabs ..was> dashed, and it is not for usr to'differ with those geri tlemen' in, .their finding ; but we can not help " improving the occasion " by, commenting^'on"thci'general careless1: riess ..and- '>.recklessness Exhibited :by carters,,upon our. roads,'by which ytalu^ able I lives: jare;: oftem.perilled.,bn;The carter' driving a heavy 'dray1 or'*'lorry lenows. full well (the fact that in'a col'; lision. "thefweakest goes,to ithe. wall,'f and consequently carries it with a' high hand towards cabs^' buggies, or lighter vehicles, and will hardly break the road for-, anyone...

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Garden Operations for the Month. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

' Gdrflcn- Operations for the, Month. I-.. , ..f,. ,..f .. .. AUGUST.' ''V/ ' x '.r 1 This|.'and \the next are 'the1 two :prin- s cipal "months' 'regards j sowing seeds.:!;« hi-i.1 (ri«ki ;..-. j FrbjvEii? GA-itDEi^ ing, and; tying .up ywintei^sHoots. r>. S.bV; lawn grass and 'hedgejjseedsjjlose,' noi ,time"in_transplanting." from.,, the... open; . ground?; \ay,bidiplaiiting)3vhile;.thei'soir is very wet. ... Tall(. varieties of annuals in patches will 'require^ a small »ticki Btvickrin'i and'Ta tie' rpund^each^, ;patch.; Stir theisoil about the.advancing .crops ? pf4;bulbsV ?, ;Disbud and. trsiii pot plants,: 'such lis fuscliias,/geraniums")Ijandiroses: Plant out,layers .ancLrppted .cuttings of .isuch .budding plants, as .petunias, pinkp, I'pansies, &c'.! " Stir ? theisoil1 about;the azaleas, 'cainillias; tho^ihayiiig.'.flower buds, Vnd apply'a little liquid, manure occasionally. ^-.'.'KITCHEN.:GARDBN.~The'.cliief. ob jects "for the month-,should, be sowing] «transplanti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

Business Addresses, &c. CLARENDON TIMBER TARE STEAM Siw AND MOULDING Hills, , Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, EMERALD HILL. v C. SKEATS ? ' Has on" sale Building Materials of every descrip tiou, at very reduced prices. Oregon and Baltic Deals,- rBattons, American lumber, Shelving, Clear Pine, <fcc. "AlTniiiterials kept under coyer. ."["J""""'* . The, cheapest place iu the coloityfor Steam made Architraves, Mouldings, Skirtings, &o~, made to any size and pattern. All kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. An extensive' assortment of Builders1 and Fur nishing Ironmongery; Kerosene, Chinese,. audr Colza Oil under Melbourne prices; r< * ? .' *1 J. COLCLOTJGH & CO., Vhoesalo", and Family Grocers, °"Wiae," Spirit, aa& <7rod.uce Uercbants, 165 ?> 1 ' 167 CLARENDON STREET, .A. tSUBBA£D..'HILIk'.. j ^Alloi'ders punctually, attended \lo. n -r ,B-WART'S * B.R IjT. A N.N, IA H OT IS JL 9: osj.l'l'jez'.CLAllENDON STREET. J,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

Business Addresses, &c. Established 1829. J. W. MITCHENEll & CO., From Dean-sireet, Soho, London. VENETIAN and every description of fWIlTDOW BLINDS, ? ~ Ornamental Wire- Wor7ecrs> IIS CLAUENDON" ST., EMERALD HILL. . C The onlj practical Blind Makers on the Hill. .Old Blinds rc-painted, taped, &o Orders by post puue ? tually attended to. All ?work guaranteed fvElSETIAN BLINDS To be liad at Melbourne prices. HEI. O. BOOTH, 1 9 7 C L A EElfDOlf STREET, j . ; .Corner of Cobden Street. . ...... Blindsro-taped and painted on tlie shortest notice. . i' . -Samples on view. . . .. ;r . vv-ayc, . i 5^I1or''' ' & G L O T HI Ell, ' 1(OppositeSlarl;otStreet,) Vlilli JH J...- . ? i ii; i;101, C0lHIIS STREET WEST, , WILLIAM FERGUSON, Tailor and Clothier,'.. . Ci&insiivoTs?1 Stiieet, Emekaid Himv' i ii' i i J (OPPoi"te S'1 Luke's Church.) Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothing always on hand cheap'. 11 ' ' TAILOR, 16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HELL. .ii Tweed Suit...

Publication Title: Record
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] POSTAL REQUIREMENTS. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

CORRESPONDENCE [Wo'iivonob responsible,forthe,opinions oxpvcssecli . by out Correspondents.] , urn it! U'JUi -,.{7 It;;.} -.vrif vv j/.;j POSTAL' '''KECiijIKEHENTS^''1= ?zhiwi. "liisvie 'iroth ot. rroneii} trail' ;JBOJ ') i SIR;-Eermit;meMt&.calL;ypiu- atten-, tionj.jto a fgreiyancte,^yjKichf the.inhabitt ahts of, this, borough are-at the'presen time sufFcnng^aiid'to wliich''lIr.'White-' maiV'has sm'ore sthariionceicallejl natten,-. tioii! |in-j then House.;.JJV X^dlude'jto^ojurj 'postal arrangements-and call upon, the Borough' Council' and 'residents1 to^nake1 every1' effort'to obtain-'redress.'-'! ^Itiis a) well-known .fact that letters^posted at -'thej same^ liour;jin Melbourne are de livered much sooner 'in "Ballarat1 than! ,oir some 'parts' of-^Em'erald .HilLjfiand fir see mo! chance of any; alteraitionyjinlcss^ 'a strenuous,>effort..is lnade^by^alLwho ufeel an interest in 'the subj ect to bring'1 : alrthe"'pr'essure tliey;ca'nl't6';b'earJiip'on^ Uhc'poSvers.tKat'bo....

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, August 5, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

S AND RID G Eh B O R OUGII-> > COUNCIL H 'TKur$'daj/^jiugWl!''5;tl18!(3to2J' y'" ^Present 'The Mayor, ' Councillors * 'PiummeiVCroclclordj Morleyj'Pool"1 ihan7Curtis,iand Johnsori."i;ru;7 The minutes of the previous mee't-' jing were read'and'corifirrae'd.'o. A. .j A vr-.-.i. -r< t 'i 1 ':c' li BttESPOKDBIfCX:. w,'i{Ti THe'Towii'jGlerlc read-'the -'following. ||ietters:-r .-as m m if) r /<|pj .» mi o Is From., Dr., Mueller,, .informing the pCouncil of his inability to supply' any §plants':at!present.' '. ' ' /. " 'tI. ,t,' From ithe 'SecretaryiiHk 1 V'B: EaiLw#yu Co.,^declining to);securo; ? their fence running parallel with the i-i©inainelritai'^W^ve',inf,Sfafion-place.-'; '..-The'1 TownJ Clerics was j insti uctedito > yWrite.iand> call/,then. attention,jto^thq j ?fstate of their .fence. , ( ft Eroin Mr.' W7 G. Spiigg^ infoimingJ lithe Couifcil tliat'he'had completed* tlie '? pauditMiprJtotthei3.0th Junc.-^r.The Town-: ffClerk,was instructed.to^rit...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 12 August 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. ; . iNotice* of Birll]K,MarriaRcs, nml Deaths ure.inserted FSEK OF oiiAiioivantl communication of such events are! respectfully solicited.] i r;r /; '???*.: ~ DEATHS.   MOORE.-On the 7th inst., at his residence Raglan-street, Emerald Hill, Mr. Samuel Moore, fruiterer, Collins-street west, the result or being thrown from a cab on the 6th.       ANDREW.-On the 8th inst., at 54 Nelson-road,, Emerald Hill, near Melbourne, W. T. Andrew, aged seventy-nine, formerly of Helston, Cornwall

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NEW SERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

NEwYsERlk.LV , ..WE. shall, with the^next-.issue of tlic'i 'RECOIVD,- be 'in 'a . position1 'tov'present'^ to ; our readers . another J noiivelette hy- j; KELP," .whichiiwill^then nbe >inain-« .tained in each issue. We trust it '' 'will be > found as < harmlessly' enter taining, and as void of prurient aiiclj; dangerously sensational element as the tales that have hitherto appeared in these colums, and as well calcu- " lated to afford amusement without, .debasement of the mind or morale. Some one has defined " novels " as some thing which " deforms and distorts real ;life, making vice appear more vicious and'goodness better than it is; they pro voke sympathy where sympathy is; not deserved, and make thertreader; feel acutely, without- supplying' motives or power for action j " to this,"on behalf of " KELP," we:are'instructed to- offer a respectful denial,''as far . as lie 'is con-, cerned: he has not distorted nor dc formed veal life, but has dressed such vic^ as li...

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LECTURE AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

LECTURE AT THE MECH AN ICS' . INSTITUTE. ON Thursday evening last the llev. D. Miicdonald gave,-as the eighth'of the winter series, a very, entertaining and, instructive lecture,':on nthe,, neighbor-, ing colony of New Zealand. Mr.j Chivers, the president of the'Institu-: tioiij occupied.the chair.-, /Mie,.attends ance was > not ? so . large - as the- eclifying> nature' of the rea'ding-deserved and such as. mightliave been.expected from the well-known ability of the rev. -lec turer.'' "< ' Mr; Macdonald premised that he was able to furnish in the reading the.results of, his observation' during, a recent visit to those'colonies ; . his des cription of the: islands "was aided by* the-.exhibition of some 'large; maps, which rendered his; remarks son .-the-, configuration and-.relative: position of the island more intelligible. After very generally describing . the. peculiarities, resources, and--conveniences in harbors; and <,rivers, the' townships, building...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] PROTOPLASM. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

;CORRESPONDENCE. Me not responsible for the opinions espn /I JII:-.1 i i oul. Correspondents.] lo'j- re . -9*1 V PROTOPLASM. To the Editor of The Record. SiRj-I think that Professor. Hux ley's .theory of Protoplasm means sim-j ply''this :' that its powers are 'due, merely to the peculiar arrangement,'of, its organic element, in the same "way, as the properties of water are due to the union of oxygen and hydrogen, the. reason. in either case being unknown to us. ' 'I ' If this theory should he the true one, : we may find that active 'Protoplasm may eventually be made artificially. '"Huxley.has evidently gone beyond his province as a physical philosopher i and'is' open to refutation by Divines or I anyone j but dogmatic assertion t'is'. quite a' different thing from* 'scientific' induction. '/ '. For my own part, I/think he has confounded active, powers with papiiie/ properties; resemblance with identity; and that vitality as well expresses our idea of living , matter as Protoplasm': ...

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

^.MpOTBALL. GOSSIP V : BY FOOTBALL JACK. .' "1.' . . '.\V ' .'.ALBERT PARK V. HOBSON'S BAY. RAILWAY.-About 300 spectators as sembled last Saturday to witness the match between these clubs on- the, Albert Park ground. The Railway brought a strong team into the field, having the assistance of three soldiers and: two South Yarraites, while the; Parkites had rather a weak team, only: eight first-twenty men playing, the re mainder being second-twenty players. Play commenced at ten minutes past three, and for a short time the Railway had slightly the best of it, but their, opponents soon settled down to their; work and forced the ball close to. the.; Railway goal, where it was kept,until about four o'clock, when, Fordyce, by-, a.very neat piece of play,, succeeded; in kicking a goal for Albert Park;' Ends were changed and play continued^ until a quarter-past five, but it was all; in favor of the local team, though oc-i casionally the Railway men: would"; spurt the ball to their opponents'...

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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

DO U'N B Y THE SEA. IT is tnot ofteiKMr. Editor that I in-1 terfere in political matters, but since Mr. .Councillor Swallow and ,Co.- i Cohn,being, of course, a cohn-cicler (coincider)have -undertaken-' the La goon I.have taken, to., a -higher flight., I don't like elections, and as,my hotels wliere I'take my modest chop, hall-1 pint'"'of malt liquor-pale battle-axe, i and cutibeingilately invaded by-red-, hot local,politicians. ,: pi-have given my | mind to Parliament,andafter aiew even ings in the'gallery-honor where honor is-due '(thouhh lie did mob.see.; to- tlie: i police ^guttering)-7by the urbane in-, troduction of Mr. Thomas, M.L.A., I,i am able'to offer the following view of.| affairs-as they-present- themselves to i me'., > * - > a . ' - '1 hThe. goodvship i" Ministryj';5: Al,;at: Lloyds,- or m;Yeritasj,as we may. say: weathered the point of the Land Bill, the disaffection-and defection of some' off the crew,'^however,! rendering .-.it. just " touch and go." She is n...

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CIVIL SERVICE COURTESY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

CIVIL SERVICE COURTESY;.: To the Editor of Tlic llecord. SIR,--We so often hear complaints; of; the brusque manner of officials in public departments, that it is pleasant to be,able to do the alterampartem.. On Saturday I posted three Records, for England and China respectively, omitting the stamps. Mentioning the circumstance at the inquiry window, and handing in three stands-although oii a busy mail day, caused my papers to be transmitted, and my forgetful ness was rectified by the courtesy of the department. y.-'j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

Borough of Smerkld Hill. TENDERS will be receiTed until 7.30 p.m. oil I Friday, 20th inst. 1. For Works required to be done iu Boundary i street. 2. For Works required to bo done in a right-of way off York-street west. And until 7.30 p.m. on Monday, 30th August I inst., for Supply and Deliveiy of 500 yards of Rubble. %* Specifications, &c., at the Council offices. ~ '' By order, ; . JAMES ETXLLE, . Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 18th August, 1869. Soroush. of Saa&ridee. If HEREBY giTe notice, that at the POLL taken before me this day, the result was as follows:-For Robert Walto* Carriok ... 229 votes ? Henry Cohn 221 " William Morley 341 ,, ' Junes Kerr Beck Pluiumer 281 ,, ' Thomas Swallow 340 " William Francis Westall ... 240 " I therefore declare Messrs. _ : William Morley, . Thomas Swallow, and , , James Kerr Beck Pluminer duly ELECTED to fill the three vacant seats iu the Council of the Borough. ?Dated at Sandridge, this 12th day of August 1869. - - WILLIAM MAY, Retu...

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Apprehension of Jones! THE WHITTLSEA ATROCITY! [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

Apprehension of Jones! THE WHITTLSEA ATHOCITY! Ti-ie detective officers who have . since the above frightful outrage been keep ing a careful watch1 on- the locality- of the murder, were successful last night in meeting.with the man Jones, who. came: out ofs 'the . scrub : apparently 'to get :food'.- "Edwards fired'upon him-; and he tried, to run away, but he was closed upon by^Edwards and Hudson^ who secured him after a- struggle,' in the course of which he tried to- stab them, and inflicted--some -..four - or-, five severe wounds upon himself (in tho - abdomen) ofV-wliich he'has-'since 'died 3.30 a.m.' ;He/admitted the crimes of which lie had been guilty. An inquest w ill be; held on. * the1 - body,. this afterr: noon, -i, - .

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

VARIETIES. At Cleveland, on Saturday, May 15,. Ferd. Hawley,* of llochester,- N.Y.j velocipededfii'ty miles in' three hours forty-ipnc and' a half ? min'utes^-the fastest:1 time; as! yet 'made.. The best mile was doriedn 8.30."': . . 1 t S I I I , -A man died recentlyiiniNcwiOrleansi! leaving one of;.the,briefestiwills on're--, cord.ii It;'consisted'? of-stive words-) " Mrs. llopcr'is my. heiress "-with* a ? egdicil :ofjifour:..oiM.five'!.word rmore;1. .This will was contested lin the - courts,* but its legality was (sustained. > i ' . i i ( i* ' " EVERY ONE 'to their!'TB!ADE,". &c.-School Examiner (subj ect,"' Na-1 tura! History ".) : " Now we have seen how many ; egj^s a lien - is capable of laying, and how many .years she occu pies in laying,tlicm. After this, what would you do with the hen ? " Small boy (whose- father is a poulterer): Cut oft' her head,' and sell her for. a spring chicken, sir!" >; A gun>is exhibited.in San Francisco1 that ist said to fire 500 s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

" :,.Av Auctioneers, Brokers, &.o. SI fQ.)!)i » III "I ' - . T.xobmlb;:,, Auc$j>j^r, Valuator, Land and Estate 1 Affent' CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; AND AT Beach House, South Road, Brighton Beach. ; W» P» BIJCKHURSTi , AUCTIONEEK, ESTATE AGENT' AND TALUATOK, 116 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, Furniture bought. Rents collected at Gd. per week per house. Fire and Life Insurance Agent. Deeds, under Torrens? Act, 50s..complete. £5 to £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottages'and ch'oicc Allotments for sale. JAMES ORME, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Agent for this Queen Z nsurance Company 99 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. H. P. WALLACE, ,u House Agent, 13 7 " CLARENDON STREET, (Opposite the Protestant Orphanage.) Agent for the Liverpool and Zondori and Globe Insurance Company. Wooden buildings, 10s. per £100j Brick do., 3s. Lund on all parts of the Hill for sale. Title deeds, £-' 10. Money from : £10 to £5000 to lend. Properties bought/sold,' or le...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1869. THE DOCKS SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 August 1869

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1869. " ; THE DOCKS SCHEME. IT will be seen from the report of the interview between the representatives of Melbourne, - more especially, :and. ?the hon. Chief Secretary, that these gentlemen are keeping steadily in view. the extension of dock and-wharf ac commodation AT MELBOURNE ; and Ave warn both Sandridge and . Emerald Hill, that supineness.in,this matter on their part will most * assuredly: lose for them the benefit of local circumstances which should be theirs, and theirs only. " Sandridge's uncertainty, sis Mel bourne's opportunity," and " unless .omething be done promptly on our, own behalf we shall, in a few years, find the town and trade of Sandridge a thing of the past, and what is now a respectable borough reduced to a mere dock-head suburb, v.nieither so -large nor influential as KatcM'e Highway. Giving Mr. SWALLOW, and .those who are with himinliislagoon scheme,: credit for sincerity and bond fides in their expressed views, as to th...

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