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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,951,723
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,459,228
4 DonnaTelfer 3,406,207
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,506
...
1092 MalBrown 38,124
1093 gemini1945 38,074
1094 steverhodes 38,073
1095 MarkS007 38,053
1096 msdorney 38,028
1097 JFSmith 37,986

38,053 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 1,616
December 2019 6,745
April 2019 1,718
August 2018 3,617
July 2018 4,252
June 2018 1,152
September 2017 2,735
August 2017 1,787
July 2017 5,600
June 2017 7,746
May 2017 895
April 2017 190

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,951,521
2 noelwoodhouse 3,984,301
3 NeilHamilton 3,459,099
4 DonnaTelfer 3,406,181
5 Rhonda.M 3,355,493
...
1090 MalBrown 38,115
1091 steverhodes 38,073
1092 gemini1945 38,061
1093 MarkS007 38,053
1094 msdorney 38,012
1095 JFSmith 37,983

38,053 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 1,616
December 2019 6,745
April 2019 1,718
August 2018 3,617
July 2018 4,252
June 2018 1,152
September 2017 2,735
August 2017 1,787
July 2017 5,600
June 2017 7,746
May 2017 895
April 2017 190

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CITY OF MELBOURNE GAS AND COKE COMPANY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 19 July 1853 [Issue No.1940] page 5 2020-01-09 18:51 CITY- MELBOURNE GAS AND COKE
COMPANY
necessary
I lint »hen It arrhes 1 it) hue als felt It Incumbent
upon them lo contrict for such a siq ii) i f tis fillings
from ruglan 1, ns will cnablo tho conii an) to meet
any emergency that mai nriso In that ilcpaitncnt
Al 1th robard lo tho capta! of tho comjany, your
Directors have to stnte tint Iho wholo of tho 4000
ordinal shares, lepresenthifc the sum r f £-)000, hue
been disposed of It mai, homer, be l roper here to
suggest that willi the nii|irilldcl Incrcnso In l>oth tho
pop Hat! m an I intent of the city, which wai iltoc,cthcr
uncnpeclcil »hen the company was formed. It will
scarcely 1 e I! o ight pr bible tint a cij Hal of £"0,000
will enable the corni ni) to carr) Its mains through
cither its Itiifcth or brea ith It is therefore worth) of
t io maturo coiisl leratlon of tho «.hardi ii lers, whether it
woill not bo prudent, at nn early ¡«erl id, to luke nd
vintagoof n I revision male b) tho rsth dauso of tho
net of IncoriKiratloii for Hut p irposo 11 incrciso the
caj Hal of tho corni in) to £10 000 fbl«. mlfcht bo so
arranged ns to be luth equltnblo and alvantac,eoits to
the present hollers of shares lu ciucluslon vour
Directors nrc ha| pv to siv, that the) cinnot but rogard
the l rospocts of the company ns m ist satlslactor) The
hil mee shed »ill sho» tint, whilst cons! ferahto Ha
hllltics halo been incurred, Hi fin is In hand, willi Hie
proceeds of t io c ill »blob »111 b"c ime duo on the Olli
of Au list next, «ill be sufllclciit to moot thom

Hie filloulnc, Direclon rotlro hy lotatlon -Afossrs
1 1 renehan!, 1 Coo) r, S Arg) le, J I'ltlniin, W
\\ llllamson, an 1 11 lnirr 1 ho i laees of these gentle
in n )o i »III bo cilled upon tosiq [I) at this mcctlut,
It will also bo neocsáirv to nnminnto tno otlicr gonllc
men to act is auditors for tho onsulng )tir

1 lie following statement of the accounts of tho Com.
pin) vins then submitted -
AiisTiiACT oi tcrorsT
Tho Directors In ncconnt with the Clt) of Melba irno

C is mi I C 1 c C uni mv

1 rom June 30, lb5-', to Juni 30,1 «53
Du

Ti eills au 1 dopnslts MU 10
To balance ft- ira lito Secretor) "13 li
lo ditto lu tho Hank or Australasia 1"l S

- s d
11) binding COO 0 0
II) limb r HO 10
II) cir| enlers C3 10 8
llv prlntlii0. 505 10
It) snlnr) 210 13
Ii) p -ns 13 11 0
Hy sim Irles 7 10
Cash balance in favor of Iii» Company
_-o?J 0 B
Audltcl Hie 15th dny of July, 1853, and
found con ect
(signed) Join Uno« fina
Jonv Mili tn
After tho rea Ung of Iho nbovo documents,
Air Ii C1 OlM S complained gcuerilly of tho groit
dolav Hint nennet! to have occurred In tho procctdings
of tho Ct lill any, »h!ih was satlsficlnrlly explained by
tho St ort tar) an I tho Deputy Cli lim an, Air Ircnch
nnl, »ho refcrrtl to tho great dllllcullles tho Directors
bal encountered at tho time of the discuury of tho
gol I fid Is, caused partly I y tho reluctance of many
of Hie shareholders to respond lo the calls
It »as also cn] lalncd by tho Seer Inry, Hint tho part
of tim clt) comprised In Hie |hn sent to rutland for
tinders for a first i laut, which may bo oxpootisl lo oom
meneo nrihlng Inimtdlattly, »null be that i Gillon
conlolm 1 bitneen thu Wesley an Chap lontln svtsl, tlio
Anji i ofllco on tho east, Hourko street on thonorlh, nn 1

1 Hu Urs streit on tho south
On Hie m itlon ( f Air Bland, seconded bv Air Bro» n
Inc., tho report »ns unanimously ndo) lui
The mooting then trocéelo I lo tho election of si v
gentlemen to some ns directors, In the placo of Iho f 1

lonlng, who retiro by rolnllon-Afossrs J Trench tri,
I Coipor, 8 Argyle, J, Piltninn, li Ken, and AV
i\ llllamson As none nrc clli.ll 1 to sen o as directors
who havo not ilcjilflcd their nllllngniis lo do so
finrlo n ila) s beforo tho timo of election, and onl) six
ha 1 compiled w Ith (lils n gulatlnn, tho eteotlnn f H upon
thom, vi/, Messrs Trend nnl, Cooper, 1 lttninn, J
Bland, Arg)le, nnd J lewis
On Iho moll m of Mr Cooler, »renn led by Mi
Clones, Missrs Bro»nlng an IJ Alliier wiro elected
auditors for tho ensuing y tar.
Atli ntlmi wai Hu n drnwn to a I 111 of costs from Mr
W. U Irlpp, willoh wns (.chorally tonsllered e\or
lilian! It wns a lill for gelling tho rompan) Incor

pnrntod by Iho liglslollvo Council, mil nullullie- to
Ihoviry moderato lum of £155 Cs Jil Mr irlpp wns
pnscnl, nnd said that ho wns not nu uro that Hiero was
n singlo Hem charged lo willoh ho was not fulrly en
titled, wbllo many thing» had bien dono without milking
nny ohnrgo at all lie ro(,reltwl that unpleasant
remarks had hi on uinilo in tho mailor Inforo jropir
Inquiry had tuen Instituted) mid statis! his willingness
lo lemo It to arbitration, vi bli h course, aftor consldi
rabio discussion, It »nsilelirnilnislto adopti Mr J M
Smllli expressing his com lotion Hint tinto wiro many
elmrgis In tho bill willoh mihlit not to bo allowed
Iho meeting sc|-irat«l nt about half past one A
substantial binn «tono wall is In courso of election
round Hie lnnd of tho ooinpany, whloh oxtonds from
Ci lllus to Utlla 1 Hilder» street, mar Longland »
Toundiy _
CITY OF MELBOURNE GAS AND COKE
COMPANY.
necessary to prepare the premises intended to receive the
plant when it arrives. They have also felt it incumbent
upon them to contract for such a supply of gas-fittings
from England, as will enable the company to meet
any emergency that may arise in that department.
With regard to the capital of the Company, your
Directors have to state that the whole of the 4,000
ordinal shares, representing the sum of £20,000, have
been disposed of. It may, however, be proper here to
suggest that with the unparalleled increase in both the
population and extent of the city, which was altogether
unexpected when the company was formed. It will
scarcely be thought probable that a capital of £20,000
will enable the company to carry its mains through
either its length or breadth. It is therefore worthy of
the mature consideration of the shareholders, whether it
would not be prudent, at an early period, to take
advantage of a provision made by the 58th clause of the
Act of Incorporation for that purpose, to increase the
capital of the company to £40,000. This might be so
arranged as to be both equitable and advantages to
the present holders of shares . In conclusion, your
Directors are happy to say, that they cannot but regard
the prospects of the company as most satisfactory. The
balance sheet will show that, whilst considerable
liabilities have been incurred, the funds in hand, with the
proceeds of the call which will become due on the 5th
of August next, will be sufficient to meet them.

The following Directors retire by rotation:- Messrs.
J. Trenchard, F. Cooper, S. Argyle, J. Pittman, W.
Williamson, and R. Kerr. The places of these gentlemen
you will be called upon to supply at the meeting.
It will also be necessary to nominate two other gentlemen
to act as auditors for the ensuing year.

The following statement of the accounts of the Company
was then submitted -
Abstract of Account.
The Directors in account with the City of Melbourne

Gas and Coke Company

From June 30, 1852, to June 30, 1853
Dr. £. s. d.

To calls and deposits 6712 10 0
To balance from late Secretary 33 11 6
To ditto in the Bank of Australasia 324 5 2

Cr. £ s. d.
By Building 600 0 0
By timber 96 10 0
By carpenters 62 16 8
By Printing 265 16 9
By Salary 216 13 4
By plans 13 13 0
By sundries 7 1 0
£1262 10 9
Cash balance in favor of the Company 5809 15 11
£7072 6 8
Audited the 15th day of July, 1853, and
found correct.
(signed) John Browning
John Miller.
After the reading of the above documents,
Mr. R. CLOWES complained generally of the great
delay that seemed to have occurred in the proceedings
of the Company, which was satisfactorily explained by
the Secretary and the Deputy Chairman, Mr Trenchard,
who referred to the great difficulties the Directors
had encountered at the time of the discovery of the
goldfields, caused partly by the reluctance of many
of the shareholders to respond to the calls.
It was also explained by the Secretary, that the part
of the city comprised in the plan sent to England for
tenders for a first plant, which may be expected to
commence arrived immediately, would be that portion
contained between the Wesleyan Chapel on the west, the
Argus office on the east, Bourke-street on the North, and

Flinders-street on the south.
On the motion of Mr. Bland, seconded by Mr. Browning,
the report was unanimously adopted.
The meeting then proceeding to the election of six
gentlemen to serve as directors, In the place of the

following, who retire by rotation:- Messrs. J. Trenchard,
F. Cooper, S. Argyle, J. Pittman, R. Kerr, and W.
Williamson. As none are eligible to serve as directors
who have not signified their willingness to do so
fourteen days before the time of election, and only six
had complied with this regulation, the election fell upon
them, viz., Messrs. Trenchard, Cooper, Pittman, J.
Bland, Argyle, and J. Lewis.
On the motion of Mr. Cooper, seconded by Mr.
Clowes, Messrs. Browning and J. Miller were elected
auditors for the ensuing year.
Attention was then drawn to a bill of costs from Mr.
W. U. Tripp, which was generally considered exorbitant.
It was a bill for getting the company incorporated

by the Legislative Council, and amounted to
the very moderate sum of £455 6s. 2d. Mr Tripp was
present, and said that he was not aware that there was
a single Item charged to which he was fairly
entitled, while many things had been done without making
any charge at all. He regretted that unpleasant
remarks had been made in the matter before proper
Inquiry had been instituted: and stated his willingness
to leave it to arbitration, which course, after considerable
discussion, it was determined to adopt: Mr. J. M.
Smith expressing his conviction that there were many
charges in the bill which ought not to be allowed
The meeting separated at about half-past one. A
substantial blue stone wall is in course of election
round the land of the company, which extends from
Collins to Little Flinders-street, near Langland's
Foundry.
CITY OF MELBOURNE GAS AND COKE COMPANY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 19 July 1853 [Issue No.1940] page 5 2020-01-09 13:56 CITY- Ol' MflLBOUIlVi: GAS AND COUC COM-

PAÑA'.
Tho thirl Annual Alootlngortho shareholders of tho
nbovo Company vi is hell at noon yestcrdny, »t the
temporary < (llco at the west end of Collins street
About twenty persons wcro present
Mr N OUTllllIDOn hiving leen moved to tho
chair, read the following üeimrt -

111 POl 1
" In presenting tho I Idr 1 Annual llejiorl lo the shire
holders your directors have n more iteming duty to
pi rfurin linn on nny former occisión They certainly
cinnntsnv thoy hivenceoni| llshc 1 the nbj ctforwhich
tho Company is is cillel lui i exlalcueo , lutthoycin
san, so much his been done as to give every hope that
It »111 very soon be re iliscd It ins unHdiiatcd at Hio
list mu no1 mictinB tint th bil of lue rporatlon, to
bo ¡risintcd to tho Le0islitlvo Council wouli
bo fuorihly rcccltel Such his b en I

fict It i isseil tbritu.li the House as amended,
mil r collei tho nssent of His 1 xccllency the
I leutcniiit Governor on tho 1-th J ii nar), 1853
li u ln" obi line 1 the Act of Ineorp intton, v our dlrcc
t rs j r ceded to inter lut > i emtnet i ith Alessrs
Al este, irth li ss nu I Co f Ibis cltv, tor th nccissar)
works, »ho nrc to secure thom st leceut i n I bist Im
poieniints A ! tier re till) r ill st iles tint
everything wis Inn stile if 1 inirlniss nul w uld
liodcipttlicl with ut kin lu mik li itlon of their
spec ly nrrinl un 1er Hie siq irint nlence f a corni e
tout engineer, )Oiir dir dors hue »nkr 1 Into a con
tract for end sin.; tho hit 1 ml siller operations no
cessar) t ) j rcpiro the I ni ils s inten led to rcceli e tho
CITY- MELBOURNE GAS AND COKE

COMPANY
The third Annual Meeting of the shareholders of the
above Company was held at noon yesterday, at the
temporary Office at the west end of Collins street
About twenty persons were present
Mr N. Guthridge having been moved to the
chair, read the following Report:-

REPORT
" In presenting the Third Annual Report to the share
holders your directors have a more pleasing duty to
perform than on any former occasion. They certainly
cannot say they have accomplished the object for which
the Company was called into existence; but they can
say, so much has been done as to give every hope that
it will very soon be realized. It was anticipated at the
last annual meeting that the bill of Incorporation, to
be presented to the Legislative Council, would
be favorably received. Such has been the

fact. It passed through the House as amended,
and received the assent of His Excellency the
Lieutenant-Governor on the 12th January, 1853.
Having obtained the Act of Incorporation, your directors
proceeded to enter into a contract with Messrs
Westgarth, Ross and Co. of this city, for the necessary
works, who are to secure the most recent and best
improvements. A letter recently received states that
everything was in a state of forwardness, and would
be dispatched without delay. In anticipation of their
speedy arrived under the superintendence of a
competent engineer, your directors have entered into a
contract for enclosing the land and other operations
necessary
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 12 July 1853 [Issue No.1934] page 6 2020-01-09 13:39 Actin g Secretary, 30, F lindcrs-lane, west,
Ta whom all communications are requested to be ad
uressed.
Melbourne, 28th May,. 1853. 1614
is hereby given, that a Call of ten shillnys
per share, being the sixth instalment, WM made this
day upon all shares held in tlie above company; and
shareholder! are requested to pay the same on or before
the 5tli day of August, at the office of the company,
Great Co&ins-streot, west.
July 5th, 1853. 2091
F IVE POUND3 REWARD.—Lost, a
white hair
• Trunk, with the letters 3. B., in brass-nails on wx
Acting Secretary, 30, Flinders-lane, west,
To whom all communications are requested to be
addressed.
Melbourne, 28th May,. 1853.
CITY of Melbourne Gas and Coke Company.—Notice
is hereby given, that a Call of ten shillings
per share, being the sixth installment, was made this
day upon all shares held in the above company; and
shareholders are requested to pay the same on or before
the 5th day of August, at the office of the company,
Great Collins-street, west.
July 5th, 1853.
FIVE POUNDS REWARD.—Lost, a white hair
Trunk, with the letters S. B., in brass-nails on wx
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 10 February 1853 [Issue No.1808] page 2 2020-01-09 13:34 ----------------------------------------------------- 8844

.............NOTICE.
the 18lth day of January next,
n--ittnm.... ------------------------------
....Miscellaneous..

NOTICE.
the 13th day of January next,
Miscellaneous
garnishers. Notice is hereby given that, ?
Act intituted an Act to c..................
ment may be dissolved. Dated this seventh
, , , , , , , , , , , , , , Plaintiff's Attorney,
ALL SORTS OF TENTS, TARPAULANS
All orders attended to with punctuality and
Canvas wanted in large or small quantities.
-----------------------------------------------17 ???
TO CHEMISTS AND JEWELLERS
Open every evening at 8 o'clock. . . . . . ..17 ???
Pyrotechnist on the shortest notice: apply
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 24 January 1853 [Issue No.1793] page 3 2020-01-09 13:32 FRÍEN Doll IP, LOVE, AND TRUTH.
TII1C BRETHREN of tho DUKE OF
YORK LODGE, No. 10, aro requested'
to be in attendance at a meeting to be hold ¡it
Brother Host Chu he's, Waterman's Arms,
Little Collins-sticct, on Tuesday Evening iioxt
the 25tH instant, on matters of the most vitó
iinpoi tanco. " _12374
. OAS OFI'IO'i:, (UK.MN'fl-S'lltEKT, WKBT.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a Callof Tee?
Shillings peí shmo was this'djty mad«
upon all shines, held in tho City of Melbourne.*
Gas and Coke Company, mid the ShaicholtlerH'
mo heieby lcqtie-tcd to pay the same at tho~
Oflice of the Company as ¡tbovo, on or befoio
the 1.1th day of Jami.uy next,
By older of the Directois,
Dec. 13, 1852. Secretary.
_ 12482'
NOTICE is heiehy given, that on Monday
next, tile 21th instant, at tin/.-) oVloik,
r.M., the Council of the City of Melbourne willi
department, first-rate. 10819
FRIENDSHIP, LOVE, AND TRUTH.
THE BRETHREN of tho DUKE OF
YORK LODGE, No. 10, are requested
to be in attendance at a meeting to be held at
Brother Host Clarke's, Waterman's Arms,
Little Collins-street, on Tuesday Evening next
the 25th instant, on matters of the most vital
importance.
GAS OFFICE, COLLINS-STREET, WEST.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a Call of Ten
Shillings per share was this day made
upon all shares, held in the City of Melbourne
Gas and Coke Company, and the Shareholders
are hereby requested to pay the same at the
Office of the Company as above, on or before
the 13th day of January next.
By order of the Directors
Dec. 13, 1852.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on Monday
next, the 21th instant, at three o'clock
P.M., the Council of the City of Melbourne will
FOUND, in a heap of Manure near the
Burying Ground, Two Saddles; the
scription, and paying expenses.
JOHN DALY
Farmer,
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 21 January 1853 [Issue No.1791] page 7 2020-01-09 13:24 ííltC" ' J. B. WATSON,
Melbourne, Jon. 19, 1803. 11886
OA* Omen, COLLINS STUEET, WEST.
Gas and Coke Company, and the Shareholder»
are hereby requested to pay tho »arno at th"
Office of "the Company ns above, on or' before!
s JOHN ALJ.J5N,.
Dec. IB, 1852. ' Secretary.

6719
Mooraliool-street, Geelong.
spection. 11321
Bawtree, in the business carried on in Melbourne,
and exact likenesses by the Photo-
at Messrs. Charlwood and Sons, Printers, No. 7,
Sydney : John Taylor, Esq.
J. B. WATSON,
Melbourne, Jan. 19, 1803. 11886
GAS OFFICE, COLLINS STREET, WEST.
Gas and Coke Company, and the Shareholders
are hereby requested to pay the same at the
Office of the Company as above, on or before
JOHN ALLEN
Dec. 13, 1852. Secretary.

Moorabool-street, Geelong.
WESLEYAN IMMIGRANTS' HOME.
department, first-rate. 10819
board and lodging on their arrival in Mel-
bourne.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 12 January 1853 [Issue No.1783] page 4 2020-01-09 13:21 The ATTORNEY-GENERAL slated, that
the object of the Bill was, to remove the sec-
tion of the Towns Police Act many of the
The House then went info committee upon
The ATTORNEY-GENERAL stated, that
the object of the Bill was, to remove the
section of the Towns Police Act many of the
The House then went into committee upon
BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY. Friday, January 7th, 1853. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 7 January 1853 [Issue No.1779] page 5 2020-01-09 13:18 nilSINKsH Toll THIS DAT.
Friiluy, January 7th, 185H.
j Order» ol the clay ¡

). 8. ItnchCn l'a i'elItlon-ConílJcratlouof Report
I of rtrlnot UuiuuiUteaon.
l af Mcllioarne Clan and ,C»ke Company'! Bill-
ig Aiioptioiuof llcport.
I*. K-nlnutea tor IH5a,

1<I-utcuKiit-OoTi-rnar't M«»»nco, No 421 8np

Iiluin, ulai r Ksl'muli» fur i|»S-To be iUrlliM"
cuu«liu!iotI In C'»M .nuce.
BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY
Friday, January 7th, 1853.
Orders of the day:-

1. S. Rechfort's Petition - Consideration of Report
of Select Committee on.
2. Melbourne Gas and Coke Company's Bill -
Adoption of Report
3. Estimates for 1853.

Lieutenant-Governor's Message. No 42;

Supplementary Estimates for 1852 - To be further
considered in Committee.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 21st December. ORDERS OT THE DAT. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 21 December 1852 [Issue No.1165] page 4 2020-01-09 13:10 Tuesday, 2 > st Dteemher.
ORDERS OT THE DAT.
1 Auction Duties Repeal Vill—Second Reading.
2. ."team Navigation Laws Amendment ISil!—
Adopti m of Report.
3 v elbourne Gas and Coke Company Bill—Adoption
4 Hirthe. D'-aths. and Marriages, Registration Bill
- Adoption of Report. _ _
Third Reading: .
6. Scab and Catarrh iu Sheep Prevention BiU-
Tlurd Reading.
7. TEitiniistes for 1153:—Lieutenant Governor's
9ssa.ce. ?Co 4i—Supplementary Esti-nates for l£&2.
To bo further considered in Committee.
Tuesday, 21st December
ORDERS OT THE DAY.
1 Auction Duties Repeal Bill—Second Reading.
2. Steam Navigation Laws Amendment Bill—
Adoption of Report.
3 Melbourne Gas and Coke Company Bill—Adoption
4 Births, Deaths and Marriages, Registration Bill
- Adoption of Report.
Third Reading.
6. Scab and Catarrh in Sheep Prevention Bill-
Third Reading.
7. Estimates for 1853:— Lieutenant Governor's
Message. No 42—Supplementary Estimates for 1852
To be further considered in Committee.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 17 December 1852 [Issue No.1162] page 7 2020-01-09 13:06 establishment ten days, will be required, if ne-
cessary, to give place to others, who, on their
arrival, may need its benefits.' 3718
.NOTICE,
GA« OFFICE, COLLINS'bTllEET WEST.
NOT10H, is hornby given, that a Call of Ten
Shillings per share wai this day made upon
all shares, hold in the City of Melbourne Gas
and Coke Company, And tho Shareholders are
hereby requested to pay the same at ¿be Offioa
of tho Company as nbovo, on or before the 13th
day of January next. , "
, By order of the Director»,
Deo. 1», 185a. Secretary.
6719
To Mr B Beales' President of the Melbourne
Total Abttincno» Sooiety.
1852.
throughout the year.
and "Friends of the" Wesleyan Church," six beds
3. That all applicants for admission will be
respectable.
matron to inspect them at all times, between
blishmcnt.
establishment ten days, will be required, if
necessary, to give place to others, who, on their
arrival, may need its benefits.
NOTICE,
GAS OFFICE, COLLINS STREET WEST.
NOTICE, is hereby given, that a Call of Ten
Shillings per share was this day made upon
all shares, held in the City of Melbourne Gas
and Coke Company, And the Shareholders are
hereby requested to pay the same at the Office
of the Company as above, on or before the 13th
day of January next.
By order of the Directors,
Dec. 13, 1852. Secretary.
To Mr B Heales' President of the Melbourne
Total Abstinence Society

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