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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

EMBItALD.c.i'TT'fT iSrTOTTlT • COUNCIL." .Monday, September 29, 1873.,, Prcscnf:—Tin- Major, (.T.. Nimmo, and Crs. I)uul;s-Mills,Page, Thiitlethwaite, ■ Eov, Vliilipaoii, and Wiiteman. ''ri'lie Miin'dtW" of'.' 'the'previous meeting were"' 'rcad'Hiiii Ooniii'mud. ' l.il y- : '».' U ' ' CoBBESrOJTDESCE. The Town Clerk rend tlie following eommuni cations' From the Crowns Lands Office, stating for the information of tho Council, that Mr. J. S. Stur roek'a application for a site for ornamental tea gardens would be heard publicly by the Board on Tuesday, 30th inst. No action. From the same, stating that no land at Emerald Hill had been set apart for sheep infected with scab, &c. Consideration postponed till next meeting for further enquiry. From the Secretary Education Department, in reply to the Council's recent letters and with reference to the memorial against the erection of State School Buildings on the Clarendon-atroet site, and stating by direction of the Minister of Public...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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A CURE FOR A SLUGGISH LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

A CTTRE FOB A SLUGGISH LITER. (From W. P. Buckhurst's "Jottings Abroad." J " On my intimating to one of the officers of the British camp that I should like to try a camel, he ordered ' one of the best' to be saddled, and placed at my disposal, with a guide on another, ' to go where I chose, so I bad my wish gratified of having 'A ride on a camel,' and that too on one of the best in tho British camp. I always like a' good thing of the kind, even if only a donkey, and consequently this idea of 'one of the best' seemed to suit me exactly. But I had not gone far before I found myself mentally exclaiming, ' One of the best!' ' One of the best' are yon, then I haTe not found out your paces yet. But I had, though, I tried him walking and trotting, fast and slow, but an easy gait for the rider he did not possess. Get over the ground he could, and would, at a fine rate; but riding on a rail, or a rough horse, bare backed, or taking a Turkish bath are fools to it. I could neither rise in my s...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

OEIOEET. At the meeting of tho secretaries of the various cricket clubs around Melbourne, the following matches were arranged for the South Melbourno Club:—Oct. 4 and 11, against 18 of Williams town, at South Melbourne; Oct. 11 and 18, against Kiclimond, at Eichmond; Oct. 18 second eleven against Warehousemen, on Warehouse men's ground; Oct. 18, 25, and Nor. 1, cup match, against Carlton, at South Melbourno, second elevens at Carlton ; Nov. 5, Diamond-hill, at South Melbourne ; Nov. 8 and 16, Williams town, at South Melbourne; Nor. 8, second elevens, at St. Kilda, another second eleven at Tarra Bend; Nov. 10 and 15, against East Melbourne, at South Melbourne, second elevens at East Melbourne; Nov. 15, against Hotliam, second elevens, at Hotham; also against Civil Service Club, on Civil Service ground ; Nov. 22 and 29, and Dec. 6, against M.C.C., at South Melbourne ; Nov. 22 and 29, second elevens, at Melbourne; Nor. 22, second elerens, against Essendon, at Essendon; Dec. 13 and 20, ...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Mouat, Nimmo, and Foote, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT; • : Satubdat, Septestdee 2/, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.Jr., Mouat, Nitmno, and Foote, J.P's. Driving vehicle over footpath.—fcreorge VV lLkm son, summoned by: the Town Council of Emerald " Hill for driving over the footpath of Merton and \Brooke-strcets,'was fined 10s.: with ■ os. damages, v and 25s. costs, imprisonment in.default. Patrick Stephens; for a similar offence in Park-street and Brighton-road, was mulcted in a like amount. Illegal trading.—Mary Ann Harkins was sum moned by the police for selling liquor on the premises of the Star and Anchor Hotel, Sandridge road without a license. Fined £5, with 2s. 6d. costs; fourteen days imprisonment in default. Insulting Language. — iTargaret Smith was summoned by Annie Lowrie for using insulting words towards her in a public place, and was fined £5 with -Is. costs, or six weeks imprison ment in default. ■ Larceny.—William Duncan was brought up charged with having committed three larcenies. On the ev...

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THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. No. II. REV. CANON DICKINSON, M.A. (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

THE EMERALD HILL.CSTOCH-GOEIk No.- it- *•; flEVfCANON DICKINSON, M.A. j •: (Chubch o* Ekolajtd.)■/' Tiikrb hare been doubts and fears""expressed by somc^since.m^first sketch appeared, that I Might treat the subject some-time, or other, in a manner which might lessen the influence of th. 1 pulpit with soma of the people. Allow me to set | my readers minds at rest on this question. I am not at all likely to hold any occupant of a pulpit up to ridicule, nor " set down ought in malice," neither am I likely to do other than . " Name it fill'd With solemu aw», that bids me well beware . • • With what mtent I touch that holy thing." St. Luke's Anglican .Church, at: Emerald Hill, is a large blue atone building of*a:cruciform shape, an^.ls Tlslkle from the City and St. Kilda-roatj as the nott most prominent erection to'that of the Melbourne ^ Orphan Asylum; Like most places of worship, it is still unfinished, the spire not haying been built, but the structure is largo ana conveniently arrang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

MolloKay's-Ointment and Pills.—Sure Belief. —The weak and enervated 6uffer severely from nervous affections, when storms or electric dis , turbauees agitate the . atmosphere..' Neuralgia, ' gouty, pangs, and flying pains, verj distressing to a deh'cate system, may be" readily removed by A rubbing .this Ointment upon: the-: affected part after it has been fomented with* warm water. —Q?he 'Pills, taken occaBionnllyin' the""doses~ j>re j,; «cribed- by the instructions, keep the digestion in J:-, order,: escite a fr«e flow' of healthy bile, -and replenish the impoverished blood -irith thoie richer constituents which result from thorou ghly assimilated_food—in. -the. absence-of-*hich—the " strongest must inevitably soon sink into feeble - '^ness/ and the (ielicate find it difficult tp maintain 5 "existence.1 Holloway*s' Ointment and Fill* are ,j!m£»UiBlo remedied ■ '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

Government Advertisements. |f: ,;V [ . ^foasiny,'; ."- % \'.''.\ Melbourne", 20th Fetouary,jiS73. JnCrOTIGE. — Victoria^ Govoniidi'enti^toek, JiY^'.belu-ing interesit'at'tlie rate bfijpor "cent, per aiiuuiii, may lie purchased at the Treasury, Melbourne. Persons residing in country districts may obtain forms of application and other par ticulars at any of the Reccipt and Pay Offices, w ■- v'-s't ttoiVsTiS. ?.fsVV,v>:in«- »' .v - i, •- IL . a; ;EDWjj?d tAxaiON, Treasurer R ■ ■Regisbatroa..ofL?^liam«ntai;7'E2ectorsT _ EMERALD HTLL. ; ~ ■ z ' ' L—:—' ' ,fe' CENEKil XISTS OP VOTERS, 1873. ' " Emebald Hiii ,pi^usiox—Cektral Pio|iscE. n—' r-iLegislative^ *?6micil.) , .g J ■ *•!':; .•"■ •• > ". • • '■ ~f) H ' Ele'ctobai Disteic't" of Emekaid Urn.- - (Eegislalite ^Assejnbly^"''' ""■li | ri^Iffi.abprerListe.ihaTe.bjeii-'pi,inti:,d,;apd are JL ;;;now in mj-gossessicya^audxRu.bejnspccted ^ - -during office,boms.:~JL y.....f- ... ,ii;q A' i ..1 • "V *'"'.'ElcisiaritBcgislrar. u: Dorcas-st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

Tailors, Drapers, &c. r^y" i l l i a m e e r g u s o s, Tailor and Clothier, 132 Clarekdon Street, Emeiuid I (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) R. Igc. B A U L c h, Tailor .wxd;. Outfitter,.. Overcoats, Regattas, Collars to match, "Under Shirts, Ties, Scarfs, Hose, Hat?, &c. E. C. B A17 L C II, 135 Claresdon Street, Ejteraij) Him. M R S. STEVENS' XSiUinery & Dressmaking Establishment, REMOVED to comer of CLARENDON AND RAG-LAN STEEETS, Opposite Hill's Hotel, Emerald Hill. All kinds of Drapery Goods sold at tlio lowest possible price. Hats and Feathers Cleaned. M R S. APPLEBY, . Milliner, Dressmaker, &c>, 145 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. AJl kinds of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest possible prices; also, a large assortment of INDIAN EMBROIDERY (just arrived) Comprising Infant's Robes, Sliort Frocks, Ladies' Petticoats, Pocketliandkcrchicfs, and narrow* strips for trimmings, See. Hats and Feathers Cleaned, RS. FLETCHER'S Drapery, Millinery. Mantle, and Dr...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

"WEEKi/ST''' iABSTBiOT- ^ "dl? "tBIBTiM1' AND ,i,r; H rH';*.'>»qjistric£{ u'T .hwf >f! Deputy) Jlegistmrl 1 «ii ) >rr:» -teo* foeatlis !t..T i . ^eifiouj^ jit^bouniGiCKoi'thj ^Melbourne (?wdst). iEmerald'HillfJV.'l". Simdridgo • <7,. 1 v.w ElfPrenclergast &]?. Ifaglo .7. x T3"0' _,:I5 £ V i VJ 20 f 6 y iio-G iviO si I- i" IV Sunderland A.'Plu'miucr V.'. A.:Pluminer;:.' •" V v|.' fwisyi

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

/ /BirUiH, KarrlageB^andTl>eatlis. [Notioes of Births, Marriages; and Sed'tWj are inserted ruKn'or cnAKOE, and communication of^EUcb events are : espectfully. solicited.] V■ ' "'C' I BIRTHS.               ROWAN.--On the 26th September, at her resi-   dence, 149 Sandridge-road, the wife of Mr. John Rowan, butcher, Claredon-street, of a daughter. MORTIMER.- On the 27th ult., at her residence, Rising Sun Hotel, Raglan-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. H. L. Mortimer, of twin daughters. DEATHS.       ALLARDICE.—On the 14th September, at his residence, 87 Dorcas-street East., Emerald Hill, John Allardice aged fifty-three. Also, on the 25th Sept., Hanton Isabel, the widow of the above, aged fifty-three years. BLACK.- On the 28th ult., at the residence of her mother, Zetland-terrace, Howe Crescent, Bessie Fordyce, the beloved wife of the Rev....

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MORAL FORCE versus PHYSICAL FORCE. CONSIDERED MORE PARTICULARLY IN CONNECTION WITH AUSTRALASIA'S RELATIONSHIP TO GREAT BRITAIN AND THE REST OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

MORAL FORCE versus PHYSICAL FORCE. Considered hore particularly is coxnec : tion with australasia's relationship to Great britain and ine best of the would. Ik talcing a retrospective view of the history of • the world,'there cnn bo but one impression left on tlio. mind of the; , viewer,, and that is—. The gradual but sure development and exhibition of the irresistable power and influence of the un seen and spiritual over the merely instinctive/ faculties and passions in man, his physical and temporal condition; more particularly considered in connection with the present or: siiblinary and future destiny of the .human family; as well as sliow i ng forth the evolvoment of.tlie subordination of all material instincts and passions to the advuucing high moral ; spiritual - education, of the human mind. .:rX : In order that-the-subject mny be properly elucidated, it will be necessary to present'cursory historical notices contrasting ;the representative -teachers of moral, spiritual: trut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 2 October 1873

Miscellaneous. 0 "W 'E If GIX GEKBBEAD. S'WALLO'W and ARIEL!. Are manufacturing, under this name, A SPICED CAKE Of Very Superior Quality. It is composed of tlie choicest spices and other ingredients, and can'be strongly recommended as exceedingly wholesomb and palatable. Sold by ull.grocers.. Prico.Gd. per packet. - CANTERBURY' CASES. SW ALL 0 W . & A RIE L L HaTe adi'ed this branch to their. Biscuit Business and are now manufacturing both FRUIT AlfD PLAIN* CAKES Under nis name, which they guarantee to be. composed of the choicest ingredients, at a price which places them within the reach of all; viz.— ON E SH I .L LIN.G ;E: A C II To be had of all the principal Grocers! WILLIAM DBTMOLD, ■: -Importer of Paper and; Stationery, »" • . . ... |; ,y... . I? v. - Recount' Booh Manufacture^ , _ aoos' snrttiot'. 'Mnfc ^ !l ODtlnie Sl^T'fiiBT/iiKtBbuENE.'' ' ' All Cures iJIacIe Easy. Bad Xegrs, Ulcerous Sores, Bad Breasts, and Old Wounds. No description of wound, sore, or ulccr can r...

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CHAPTER VII. MR. TIREDMAN'S TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

Chapter VII. Mb. TIREDMAV8 TALE. A certain gentleman, being desirous of taking a change of air for » few weeks for the benefit of his health, thought he could not do better than go down to Queenacliffe, the marine Tillage situated as you are aware, oh the north west head land of the entrance to Hobson's Bay. Having taken his passage in the steamboat plying between th® different settlements around the bay and the city, he arrived at his destination in due courie. Before many days had passed, he had visited all the places and things in the neighborhood, which in his estimation wore worth seeing, com prising the sea, the beach, the fishing-boats, the lighthouse, the Cliff, the Barwon, the lightship, and when he was inclined, and went and sat or lay on the Cliff and looked through a glass at the shipi coming in and going out the Bay. (Continued in our next.)

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RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. CHAPTER VI. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

-HURRIETATTLE " AIROASTLE'S re MINISOENOES. Chamee VI. (continued.) • We all thought, (with the exception of Mr. Tiredman, who was swipeing), how happy and delighted we would be, if we individually could drop on some sweet flower like Mr. Campbell s Flora, and bask in her love and smiles, for the remainder of our evil days. Mr. Aircastle thought "Violet was quite as pretty a name as Flora, and he was prospectively morally certain she would prove almost, if not quite, her equal in other respects. However, the day after to morrow or the day after that, would decide the question, in the meanwhile, his thoughts wandered to the " Eurnie side among the heather bells," at the base of Mount Sfcrykeaw#. near to the winding and pictura-que Goulbourne. Presen'lv a slight tap was heard at the rocm door, and then unceremoniously opened by Miss Maria DeGr&ndingtone. I used to call her Mi« Grind stone, as she was everlastingly thumping and grinding away at the old " tin kettle ' of a piano...

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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

ST. LTJEE'S CHURCH AZTNIVERSA&Y. The anniversary of the abovo church was cele brated during the past week. The services last Sunday were conducted by the Bev. the Dean of Melbourne, and a fesliTal was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday erening. The hall of the Institute was crowded to excess, there being upwards of 400 persons presont at the tea. After the gjod things provided by the ladies who presided at the tables had been disposed of, the choir of the church favored the company with vocal and instrumental solos, glees, &e., amongst whioh were a solo on tho flute by Mr. Hornidge, song by Mr. A. H. Laurence, ballad by Mr. D. A. Madden, followed with a glee by the choir, after which Mr. E. Exon gave a pretty ballad the name of which we were unable to learn, in conse quence of the disgraceful conduct of a number of voung meu who behaved more like a school room of infants than respectable youths, throwing orange peel and other missies promiscuously about, man...

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DRAMATIC CLUB. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

DRAMATIC CLUB. To the Editor of the Record. Sib,—Jls seTeral young gentlemen are desirous of forming an Amateur Dramatic Club for bene volent objects. I think it would be advisable to call your attention to it with the view of your advocating its cause through the columns of your journal, and you will oblige a number of your subscribers. I remain yours respectfully, M. E. P.S.—Any gentlemen wishing to join the club can do so by attending a meeting of the same on Saturday, the 11th ;inst., at 8 o'clock, at the corner of Boundary and Thistlethwaite-streets. M. K. Emerald Hill, October 7,1S73.

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PUBLIC MEETING TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

PUBLIC MEETING TO-NIGHT." It will be seen by an advertisement, .in another column that a public moeting is to be held hi the Mechanics' Institute this evening, .tlie cliair to be taken at 8 o'clock. The following are'the resolu tions to be submitted 1. That this meeting, being composed of rate payers, property holders and other residents of Emerald Hill, lias learned with astonishmont and regret that the Hon. the Minister of Public In struction has refused to pay attention to the re monstrances of the Town Council, the Local School Board of Advice, and to the prayer of a respectfully worded, as well as largely and influ entially signed memorial of ratepayers, against the site at the corner of Bank-street East and Clarendon-street being used for the purpose of the erection of a State School. 2. That this meeting is of opinion that it is detrimental to the interests of the Town to per petuate the reserves for school and other similar purposes in the centre of the principal business st...

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THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. No. III. REV. D. MACDONALD, DD., (PRESBYTERIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

THE EMERALD BILL CHURCH-GOER. No. III. KEY. D. MAODOXALD, DD., (Pbbsbxthbian.) Ticioeia. has not enjoyed the distinction of bo coming the home of. the " seven sections of the Presbyterian Church." Our friends from North Briton have been content to introduce only a few of the distinctive subdivisions of their most general form of worship; notably the United Presbyterian and the 1'rco Churches. But very few of the latter have, however, outlived their almost isolated position, and with few exceptions, the Presbyterian Church of Victoria forms a large, influential, and harmonious whole. Her form of worship has, too, become more moderised, more in uniformity with that of the other dissenting sects, and more iu accordance with the advancing spirit of the age. She retains, nevertheless, the same description of Presbytery, with its quaint forms and language, and the same cumbrous machinery of her Ecclesiastical Courts. I had a vivid recollection of a Presbyterian service, which I had witnes...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1873. THE TOWN COUNCIL AND THE SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

cl]0 ptCOSfc. — EMERALD HILL: TSUSSJDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1873. THE TOWN. COUNCIL AND THE SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. .Members, of. Borough Councils will feel remarkably comfortable after read ing the decision of the Full Court on Saturday last. • It has virtually been decided by their , Honors . that-.no Councillor haying any interest what ever in any work or other question that may be considered by the Board, shall vote thereon without laying him self open to a penalty of £50. It would appear from, this' that the present Borough Statute is simply so much. waste paper. If so, what shall we say of the capacity of the Law Officers of the Crown who prepared and passed it into law ? In what terms shall we describe the legal acumen of the phalanx of lawyers in both houses who performed such a dexterous feat, as to pass an Act, an Act so much required, which is perfectly value less 'in ' one of its most important provisions? _ How. shall we describe the honesty of those, who, knowing the usel...

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HOWE CRESCENT BAPTIST CHURCH. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 October 1873

HOWE CRESCENT BAPTIST CHUECH. To lhe Editor of ihc Jit cord. Sib,—Tuo question of the Hotyo Crescent Bap tist Church property it so interworen -with an ecclesiastical dispute extending OTer a period of some ten years, that I cannot expect you to afford me space in your columns for the necessary de tails. I purpose, therefore, publishing the whole of the eas» in a pamphlet form. I am, Sir, Your«, &c., W. POTTBE. Baptist Parsonage, Emerald Hill, ' Oct. 8,1873.

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