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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1869. NATIONAL EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

. ' ?'EMERALD HILL ij THURSDAY,} AUGUST 26, 18G9. "-it :jN ATIQNAI^^^ >The, q_viest ionjof| natipnai^eclucation is one5'that addresses itself,to,every coloiir; 'ist'SvHatever'his 'cbiiditionfiand''' should; .meet with serious' consideration "irom » ' j .'the Legislature);; i-and parents :or guar dians 'shpild ^also_;give< so'iinportant a 'subject; a'ue- thought y :,and!l as it is-' one on which there is considerable, ^ "of1 opinion "it" would-:bej advisable,,to; enibody their opiriidns-in1 a'petition'in', support,of bne or^bther of'the fellow .ingipropositioiis.:^, j !:i;iMr. FELLOWS,':wlien! tlie 'subject ;is .before the ilovisej'will' move-"iThat . J'j lJ 7ij'.'i;?},',i ,.).} v the. Act for.;the,better maintenance " and,establishmentof Common Scliopls ".should.be repealed. That the instruc " tibh bf'.ali''cHildren'in'reading, writr " ing and1 ai'ithmeticj should be enforc-r " ed by law. -That .the-selection of " the school should-be-left to the un " controlled^'discr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

VARIETIES. I HAVING THE P)K3T OF IT.-A Cap 1 tain and his Chief officer having dif fered upon some subject said,-. " Go, forwards Sir, to your own station, and .wort the ship as you like, and leave me work my part as I like." The mate ?went grumblingly forward, and let go the: anchor, the Captain hearing the i noise, hailed " What's that ?" " Oh! " said the mate I've anchored my part of the ship, what are you going to do with yours." Laura: " why, Harriet, what a queer way of doing your hair-just like a snail! " Harriet: " Well, my love, I don't thing any one can call that a ' fast' head-dress." ADevonshirefarmer, whose orchards are laden with fruit, was heard to say | the other day that he had never wit i nessed such a falling off in the apple crop-when you shake the trees. Short dialogue overheard by J 11 S n (who really is a clever and witty fellow) in an interval of half a minute, "which he allow* himself for refreshment, after half an hour's exer tion-in spite of the state of t...

Publication Title: Record
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THE LOSS OF THE BLUE JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

THE : LOSS- OP ' THE "BLLiT IT is noiv some months'silice we heard, of; the loss of: this vessel, a: sad . catas trophe, in -which out of the three boats leaving her, only jone Has been Heard' of, and yet'as far as any; advices from, home tell us--no'aetion has,been taken to send down to t hcFalliland group to see if either of the .missing boats had reached those inhospitable rocks, and were enduring tallvthev inclemency, of these . islands^'Tendered . still': more ; in supportable,from; the; absence of suit-, lablcprovisions;' ;,It>'is!to be hoped that tHe next mail-will'bring'us??news- that a,man-of-war,.hacljgone, down to inves tigate the ? matter; m Considering: that these we're tlie larger and safer boats' I (life;.Hoats),, and that all three were; i shaping a!courscfor the islands, itdoes iseem just possible; that one or/both1 jof these boats may-havemade'the island/ or,.as a still more;.remote contingency, that they might, jimissing.,the,,islands, havesrot to the Patagonia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

PARLIAMENTARY REGISTRATION OF: UJ - .v. , ; ndt "^OTBRS, EMERALD' HILL. " '' ' The'Tjleetoial Registrar Trill attend at his 'office" -^All Day on Saturday Xto -': -. 28th inst., and in tlie Evening UP'" TILL EIGHT O'CLOCK. - fly lIUjJ. .; ,, "Persons] unable to. coll at other times are requested to apply for their Elector's Rights on Saturday next. "io "JAMES EYILLE, . "i."7'1'1Electoral Registrar. : flEmerald Hill, n.iili125th August, 1869. . . 3loca?Sor#ugH of Emerald HilL -aw.j n ; J*. i'l J'l -.! .. .. mENDERS will be received until 7.30 p;m. on JL'. 7 Monday, 30th inlt. ° For Supply and Delivery of 500 yards of ~'i ' " Rubble. J. Specifications, &o., at the Council offices. liSf; *..«.-'{ By order, ^' .' JAMES EVILLE, . Town Clerk. .f EmeralclHill, 18tii"August, 1869. -Ay.-yai gales by Auction. SlTURDAY, AUGUST 28, : - ' . c --J-!At Three o'clock p.m. . ? BUILDIKG ALLOTMENTS;, Near Butts Railway Station. NOBLE is instructed by the proprietors -JL; . , to Sell by Auction...

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DIAMOND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

.yi.ru??? . . ... . DIAMOND DUST. ' - - ; '.'?' .THE elegant, but somewhat expensive ' . farce'iof ^ The Rough Diamond,'' has' ,: ibeen. played through during the past few "weeks with great success^ at. any. rate as far as the Treasury is con cerned,. and.it is only-fan:,that the.prin cipal performers'should ' be.' called be fore the curtain .to receive an expres . »») no i, i ^ihij i io , sion -of ^public opinionv,on ;their: per formance ; i thanks! to the. accessories of name_ahd.-position,'.'with the 'great ad vantages^!^ the electric ^telegraph, the tpiecei*liasj gone, j through '.a merveille; .and whatever'''laurels- 'Mrs.'1 KEELEY iiniL'ht have secured in the,'earliest of Rough-Diamonds,"! whatever, amount ;of interest the various' ladies,'.of ithei sCoIonial Green Room who 'have1 es isayed . Margery;, have .managed' to throwi into; therole .of, the : -unsophisti cated,. but! honest-minded' wife:'' -Mr.; BUTTERS has only to abandon the on'e . -* ' .* 11 i i i. House > (whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

Auctioneers; Brokers, &o. Auctioneer,°V^uator,Laid and Estate; hoy: ah a ,-i a , Agent,. . .. ,f ; CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; .3^i/:<vrI .. ;. A2?D AT Beach House,' South Road, Brighton Beach. W#I P» BIJCKHIJRST, AtJCTIONEBR, .ESTATE AGENT' AND TALITATOR, r,;,l^:^lftrendOQ Street, Emerald Bill, Furniture bought. Bents collcctcd at 6d. per week per house. Fire, and Life Insurance Agent. Deeds, under Torrcns' Act, .Os. complete. * £5 (o £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottages and choice Allotments for sale. s_r, , . JAMES ORME, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. LOAX8 NEGOTIATED. Afent for the Queen Insurance Company 99 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. H. P. WALLACE, House Agent, 187 CLARENDON STREET, : J J ?'-> (Oppoiitc the Froteitant Orphanage.) i * 'Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. ' W6oaen building»,10fl. per £100; Brick do., 3s. Land on all parts of.the Hill for sale. Title deeds, £2 10. Money from £10 to £5000 to lend. Properties bou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

Amusements. SHIP HOTEL FREE CONCERT HALL. BAY STREET, SANDRIDGE. tm Tin oldeit established Concert Hall in ttie Colony. The Beit Talent in every department! Sensational Songs, digger Eccentricities, Ballet, Farce, and Drama .. BVERY EVENING! THE MOST COMPLETE STAGE M regards Scenery and Mechanical Eflects, (for a Concert Hall) in the Colony. BEST DRINKS ! lull measure and at Bar pHces! Obliging waiters! ."Brcry attention ]C«id to the comfort of Private Families/desirous; xf patronising this establish ment,* C^ilE1 ONE! COME ALL!! rf <.«?> \\X 1 . ? ' - . . . . " CHAS. C. SHARP, . .Sole Proprietor, invites gou. 4 - Medical. DR. BEAXEY, -? F.E.C.S.E., .-CONSULTING AND OPERATING . STJi^a-EOiNr7 Is at Home for CONSULTATION, from Nine a.m. , till Two p.m. daily. INSTANT ' 'RELIEF FROM. 'ALLFAIN a HOOVER'S - P4IM AM,K VIATOR. t .1 ,'l . i I . I I . i' i THE Proprietors of this Valuable Remedy for All Pains beg respectfully to inform tlio; . inhabitants of Melbourne and vicin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

Window Blind Manufacturers. . .Established 1829. .J. W. MITCHENEB & CO.,, FromDean-s:reet, Soho, London. "V E 3NT 3E T 1 jflk- KT . ® and erery description of .WINDOW BLINDS, ? "y Ornamental Wira-Wor7cers, X18 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. 1 only practical Blind Makers on tho Hill. ;rv01d Blinds re-painted, taped, &c Orders by post punc :h^! tually attended to. All work guaranteed j^JENETIAltf BLINDS .'i'1 To be Iind at Melbourne prices. f H. O. BOOTH, 197 CLARENDON S T R E ET; ? wjt! Corner of Cobtlen Siroct. iBlmds re-taped and painted on the shortest notice. ; tyii Samples on view. . , ? , I'-' ' - | Tailors, Drapers, &.c. ^ W3VE. FTWX.i&L.y, ^iTAiLOR &""CLOTIIIER, - (Opposite Jlarkpt Street,) !£*?.'. 101 couunrs STOSST;'i«rasT,"^! WILLIAM FERGUSON, I ,i !, Tailor .and!i "J-'1 ia8'; er.'AitENjjoN1 Street^'Emed'aid :»Hili,i;; *Vii *" uT '(Opposite Stl Lnke's Church'.jJ'_ ftx'entleincnV :R'cady-made'.|Woth'ing:,i»lwajr»''' on Iioi'Vi"v'' /";«!...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE RAILWAY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

CORRESPONDENCE. .[We aro not responsible fortbe opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE RAILWAY. To the. Editor, of. The Record; SiRj--As I walk into town clay by day I have an opportunity of seeing the condition . of the pile 'work on which the railway runs, just'past'Mr: Sinclair's. Perhaps?;you. would take a look at it? I don't think it'requires a professional eye to see the dangerous condition'of that viaduct;. Something sensational in a large loss of life might, perhaps,- cause -some - more.-substantial .ks to be effected. WORKMAN.

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

SA NDUID GE B OR O UGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST, 19, ,1869. /"'Present:-The'.* Mayor, ; ? Councillors Plummer, Crockford, Morley, Pool-1 $$. man, Curtis, Swallow,iand, Johnson. ^ CoRItESPjOMDRNCE. r_. r $pt- ThcTowniGlerk-ieadsthe .following ^letters:- >. > \i m- ' . ! i Fiorn tlic-: Williamstown Council, t'forwarding.. tracing .of;,the proposed '< shoitroad to Melbourne; also, asking"' ./the Council to appoint a day to form a deputation with the ^Emerald,Hill and "Vyilhamstown Coundls to.^inspect . the. site of the abutments, &c., in order to be prepared witli' suggestions to "the Government if necessary.-Carried. r>; , t'/Fiom Department of Public Works., acknowledging the receipt of letter of ^9th ult., intimating that the' crane at the Town Pier would be removed 'as ?suggested.-Granted. t From J. Ankers Marsden, . Hon. Secretary of Committee for" a Bazaar about to be held for the purpose of raising funds for the completion of the Benevolent ^Asylum, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 August 1869

1 BirthE, JVIarriages,nn(i Deaths. [Notices of Births, Morringcs, nn<l. Deaths lire.inserted riiEK if uhauoe, itml cuiimiitiiicutioh 'of such events lire respectfully solicited.] '-> ;ii i J I!; u;,; Vi' BIRTHS.     . ti ;u COX.- On the 17th inst., at Patterson's-ter race, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Henry Cox of a son. WILSON.-On the 21st inst., at Eastern-road, Emerald Hill, Mrs. John Wilson of a daughter. MARRIAGES.         M'COACH- JOHNSTONE.-On the 17th inst., at St. Luke's Church, Emerald Hill, by, the Rev. R. B. Dickinson, James M'Coach, jun., to Justine Mary, second daughter of Mr. P. Johnstone, of Emerald Hill.         COLLIER.-LEE.- On the 15th instant, at Whittlesea, by the Rev. W. Souttar, H. Collier, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John Bedford Lee, late of Sandhurst.         DEATHS. &a...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

Auctioneers, Brokers, Ac. T. KOBLE, Auctioneer, Valuator,Land and Estate Agent, CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL; AND AT Beach House, South Road, Brighton Beach. W. P. BUCKHURST, AUCTIONEER, ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR, Xltf Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill, furniture bought. Rents colleclcd at 6d. per week per house. Fire and Life Insurance Agent. Deeds, under Ton-ens' Act, 60s. complete. £5 to £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottages and choice Allotments for sale. JAMES OR«E, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. MASS NEGOTIATED. Agent for tbe Queen Znsnra&ce Company 99 COVENTRY STREET, EMERALD HILL. XX. P. WALLACE, Souse Agent, CLARENDON STREET, (Opposite the Protestant Orphanage.) Agent for the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Wooden buildings, lOi. per £100; Brick do., 3s. Land on all parts of the Hill for Kale. Title deeds, k/l 10. Money from £10 to £5000 to lend. Properties bought, sold, or let. Money advanced on properties for sale. Cheap allotments-paymen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

'loi. .in:)') . Sales by Auction. viL.,, ? IliU - i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, ; fi J'-'ie -ok - At.Four o'clock sharp. . ; . -"'B'lTI 1DMG AHO'TMES T S. ""TAMES ORME bat the pleasure to nnnounce v: . that he has received instructions from' Robert Atkinson, Esq., to Sell by Auction, Nino , Building Allotments, five of which have a frontage' -to Grant-street of 16 feet 7£ inches, by a depth of 68 feet 10 inches to a right-of-way 10 feet wide;! also, Four Allotments baring a frontage to Clarke-' street of 16 feet 6 inches, by a depth of 73 feet,' more or less, to a 10 feet right-of-way. The Auctioneer most earnestly solicits the attention of the producing classes, viz.:-Ship wrights, Engineers, Ropemakers, Moulders, Boiler-, . makers, Smiths, Distillers, Papermakers, &c., to the liberal manner in which the land is laid out;' a» to convenience, there can be nothing superior ;toit; with a view to health, every consideration has been given; the vendor is determined not to be the " me...

Publication Title: Record
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The North Foreland. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

;A.J.M , Z Alt&T Li i / f /1H0T, .aj/, $712 oi -Oidi5 :30 O? YUtfSii "fW! . :r f/ * f BY "KELP." . . f .. .. . xioiUhaoo ojn oi a« rioi tam-ann.' .oIojhtai oifw lis-bm; .lirs/jiyy.ao? '-j if" -o . ^ CHAPTER .11. ; ^ r . I* m\a m ami hit* u*a.» r AM iite# .; the Dane,.running down to the, little, .^t/ay, since1 known''as and(i'built"into "TMargatey (near' the. beach.' stood;i.atYthe y time-.of f inyr ;tale? tow ardjtlie. l^t. <juar.tei' "of the i8thi century^ smali patches^of "'comfortaTjie residence's^ "not iii^" the s 'straightlaced 'terraces ^andKsh'arpangled ] -streets of the pr.e6enC4ay:iih.utfScat|ere,d|, " as, it..TT.ere,. broadcast o^er^.the side of "l&e*tili'mqst'slieltered from tiie^north'-' "-'edstets'^^hicliswebp' acfo"ssJtthis1?p'8iht - :ofi ilaiid v from I loffii the vNortlierni iiSea . .with cutting, severity;. .they were pkin!, unassuming tenements, some not even "lasting' the dignity of a'secon'd st6ryj, ^and'where; they-had- an''upstairs t...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

RIFLE MATCHES. Two very interesting events came off at our butts on Friday last, viz.y.a trial match with the Rifle between the Emerald Hill Artillery and the Balla rat Rangers, the first of a best two out of three series-the other being a like contest between the Local Staff 01 Drill Instructors and 10 men of the 40th Regiment. The day was fine, but slightly hazy, causing refraction, or at any rate the provincial men charged some portion of their defeat to this cause ; rifle matches do notoas formerly attract much attention, - and the public seem quite content to jget the result in the morning's paper, at any rate a# far as Friday's shooting was concerned it would appear so. ;i < The following are the scores made Rank and Name. 200 500 600 VH* YrtB Totals# Emerald Hill Artillery. Gunner D. M'Hutchison Staff-sergeant Rainsford Gunner Slight ;...... Gunner A. B. Smith Gunner Hamilton Gunner Keliow Gunner Withers Gunner UUie Gnnner Irvino Guuner Finn . !(59f 57, 157! ; 47 '...

Publication Title: Record
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 2, 1869. PAUPERDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 2, 1869. PAUPEB.DOM. The machinery for increasing; our population by means of assisted : im migration is now we find complete or. nearly, so-the hon. Mr. YERDON-is in England as Agent General, and three well-known colonists have been ap pointed as' Immigration Agents-it is rumored that; three: Gentlemen will be selected togo home to act as Secreta ries', so that with all this preparation; wo may. expect shortly, to. hear of a .new stream of - immigration to set in . for these'shores;- ? . - .; Now=we. lcnotw..perfectly, well that if ?im migration consists; of . people coming out here witli a determination- to ' fur- < ? nish their quota of usefulness/ and 'to; i push .their, .way, we.say ./by.alli-means' ! c6meibnei!>come:all! but on thei othei' hand; there' is .'a large /proportion'of; these iwithout energy, and- a_ prevailing; love of; the dulcc far nicnte, who; liavr ing"heard' ^exaggerated',tales of'-'the condition of the colony-t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

Miscellaneous. C1ASEMD01T TIMBER TAK.D Steasc'Saw'^inu MouLDJNff'iSIiij.s,;., Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, E.M HILL. Has'onJi^.liu^^ik.^J'nWiiis.',^ bWry-clescvip-' tioii, at yoVy^QduMtl^jn^ tiiVd_.'13liltiti" Deals,' Biitfens,.^!iiHcncan'','jBuirfuei','';SlfeIriI^ ClenrPini^ <tc." , All materials kept uufleVcoVer. 'i'dm The cheapest place.in the colony for Slcam made Architraves, 'IVioWdin^pkUirtings, &*o., made to'any sizc.aml pattern.........' v " All kinds 6l''^6iittrV\YorkiiW*d2't/?tir(lir. An extensive assortment of Builders' and Fur nishing' jljOnlityilo^ ry ;> Kiu;ojejic,y Gluncsc,j and Colza Oil ,11'ncld; Melbourne prices. * ' ¥kc! ,8 M S6M' eM; 1%M;E J 0 i ?'' or :;,[i . .'.'.'.xa ;''"1 BOOTS"SHOES' ,8 fl 0 W95PH 3 W?H 3 T A1 /,( LATE.rAiuu-}/ ENOCHS rsAVL©R'S, 57>'tBGftJliK©? SriDli'E(ET lE^SH!.'! ' ?...ul ii:ir> jm! A't ufjj'j J'; Tills" Wmeii/c'Ifock' i/o'lv'so11ing'ofi"ai JpWtly1 "reduced prices, «?»?«* n« woo nf Evcryi;class.,o5iBi...

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PITY THE POOR BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

; PITY THE POOR BLIND. "0 ! loss of sight, of, this I must complain!... Light, tlio prime woi'k'of G-od, to mo's oxtiuct." ? i: J i i ? . ? I i i ? i Milton in ii J . /« ' .. THERE.'is' no affliction which can hap pen,(to frail, humanity ;to which such gunuine i sympathy is accorded as to blindness-it' is a realisation of help less dependance which claims the con sideration of communities; and we arc happy to say, wherever the humanising influence of Christianity have been brought to bear, the responsibility has been--and is-borne cheerfully. . These poor people, wh() have, by accident or disease, become virtually helpless, are simply charges upon the common revenue .? and : should»be: pro vided for, and not be obliged to asso ciate mendicancy with their. already unfortunate^ physical condition.-;. - We. have Benevolent Asylums ; these-are the establishments where these poor people, unable to earn a living, should; he provided with a peaceful home, and not allowed ' to stand, " with...

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Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

'' Gtirden' Ojjbratiqiis'yor 'the 'S'folth. .RI;>IW!= -AD JMMI:. 'iiry- UNI HJOiiu ru ..'SEPTEMBER, .'jiu .i ti - JFLOWER GARDEN.-Finish traus :.]} ] an ting <.-from-. the ojjen; tgrounds .all shrubs and trees,and protect .with a few branches the more tender ' sorts likely to' suffer-from 'cold winds as be unestablislied.as they are at ,this season, .very.sensible, to..cold.. ?? Fork Jover bor* ders of established plants, and pulverize the soil well in'Vacancies' set; apart-.-for . annuals.;: s?.nI£eepi-,down'. thei,: green,fly. Finish planting;,towards. thi^endof the mipntli such, tender .shrubs and . trees /'from<pdts^as'ar6 smt'able'for 'grouping .in1 beds, or'* proinifccotisly >iii bordersyias idahliajhyerpnicayjjlielitrppejr yei;beug, l pansy, petunia, geranium, &c.. Ranun 'ciili, anemones'/ tulips^'hyaanthy^'&c. ' will8 be^bloo'riiingj during^September. iWhereitisdesired^o^retaitlth'e bloom ing.; season . of. roses,.; the upper s w^o...

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MR. JOHN WHITEMAN, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 2 September 1869

MR. JOHN WHITEMAN, MTKA. : We are very happy to be able to give reliable information as to the condition of this gentleman, and all who know him will join in the general congratu lation upon his much more favorable state; since our last issue. Mr. Whiteman has passed through a very severe ordeal, causing much gloomy forebodings in the minds of his friends. Under a gracious Providence, the best of medical aid, and careful treat ment, however, Mr. Whiteman may,be considered as convalescent, thougn it will still require much careful atten tion, much protection from the exces sive kindness of friends at this ea^ly season of improvement to prevent jthe occurrence of a relapse. ^ We believe that at the present junc ture-however warm his or their frienship for the sick man-he or they will best evince it by abstaining from " calling," as it will cause a certain amouut of excitement which in i the very. much prostrated state of Mr. Whiteman, is not to be desired.

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