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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND • :'r : '' • DEATHS. ; ; S District. Dcputy-.Rcgisrrjir. Births. Deaths Melbourne' (SonUi) Melbourne ^(Nor'tH) •iMelbourue'XWest) .Emerald Hill Sandridge ......... E.'Prendergast &tT?. Ifiigle ... TVlSunderlaud A^Plummer 'A.. Plummer... c-.i ' ; 8-; ' pY' 0 ' .1-1 10 ."21 *8 ;o •, u i

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1873. THE CLARENDON STREET SCHOOL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

'EMERALD' HILL : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1873. THE CLARENDON STREET I -"-"'"SOHOOX*- SITE.-:;- •r:r's The result of the large and important meeting held on- Monday last, and which is reported at length in another column/ must satisfy the public that the objections against the erection of a State ..-School: on :the ^reserve,tin: Clarendon-street-, are neither; few nor frivolous. We' hardly think any Minister of the Crown will refuse to be guided.in. some measure, by. the resolutions so unanimously agreed to, by such a meeting.' It is not now our intention to recapitulate the arguments which have been adduced in support of those; '.resolutions,, but we_ may_ justly take exbeptidn~to"'tfie'dSpidedihte.neferi'cel which, the inhabitants are still ex perioncing. i-from ' those who - haye no interest in the .question, and cannot be so well acquainted with the subject "in "all its::bearings, as the ratepayers and'"their representatives'. The state ment made by :orie of the1 Melbourne d,ailies...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CLARENDON STREET SCHOOL SITE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

CL'AEESTOOIT STREET SCHOOL SITS. PUBLIC MEETING. A itEBir>*a composed of about 400 of the princi pal' ratepayers of the town was held at the Mechanics' Institute last Thursday evening. John Nimmo, Esq.j-J.P., the Mayor, occupied the chair, and read the requisition which had been present ed to him to call the meeting. Mr. Ferguson, moved the first resolution which was as follows " That this meeting, being com po fed of ratepayers, property holders and other residents of Emerald Hill, has learned with astonishment aud regret that the Hon. the Minister of Public Instruction has refused to pay attention to the remonstrances of the Town Council, the Local School Board of Advice, and to the prayer of a respectfully worded, as well as largely and influentially signed memorial of rate payers, 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." He said the simple question for the meeting to decide was, whet...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

E~MEB^ I Moxdat, October 13, 1873. Present -.—The Major, (.T. Nimmo, J.P.), aud Crs. Dauks, Mills, Foote, Page, Thistletliwaits, Kov, Pliilipso'ii; Iiiid Whiteman. The minutes', of the prerious meeting were read and confirmed. ... COBRKSrOSOTNCa. • The Town Clerk read the following communi cations:— Prom Mr. J. Mcintosh, forwarding copy of a resolution passed at a public meeting recently held at Learmonth, on the subject of the Amend ing Land Bill now before Parliament, to the effect, 1—That'a selector should be enabled to take up 640 acres for himself, and an equal quantity for his wife and each child of his family, and 2.—Excepting selectors form the. obligation of separate residents, and subdivision fences on allotments selected, and requesting the Council to send a delegate to a conference to ba held in Melbourne for the purpose of bringing the matter before the Hon. Mr. Casey. Received and ordered to be acknowledged. • From Mr. Thomas Benson, asking for Clarke street to be fill...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. WE'RE HAPPIEST IN THE DARK. (FOR MUSIC.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

ORIGINAL POETRY. WE'RE HAPPIEST IX THE DARK.. (FOH MCSIi\) Some tidings are best left uutoiil. And some fsct.> best concealed. — The secrets which their tales unfold, Were better not revealed. When blind to troubles yet unknown, It is a wise remark (A. truth each anxious heart must own), We'ro happiest in the dark. The knowledge which a word conveys Conrinces us of this, That in aome of life's covered ways Our " ignorance is bliss." We know how quickly flames may spring From one exciting spark; The pangs some revelations bring ; We're happiest in the dark. Unheard, unseen, the deepest woa Can not the mind distress,— 'Tis only when disclosed we know How sorely it may press. Reflect, ere yet for hidden things We on a search embark, Since they may yield us bitter stings, We're happiest in the dark. August 30, 1S73.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Mount, Smith, Finlay, and Whiteman, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

: EMERALD:HILL POLXOE COURT. ; Saturday, October 11, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Mount, Smith, . Fiulay. and "Whiteman, J.P'a.) . No Light.—Thomas Smith, summoned by the police for driving his horse and vehicle without lights, after sunset, was fined 2s. 6d. with 2s. 6d. "costs. Henry Hartley and Robert Williamson, j'for a similar offence, were each fined 10s. with '2s.:Gd. costs, or three days' imprisonment in de fault. - Alleged Obstruction.—Ileru'y J. Jeffrey, sum moned by the police for exposing goods for sale outside his shop in Clarendon-street, was fined 20s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Breach of-Engagement.—John Garvey, one of the bottle blowers imported by Messrs. Mount and Co., of the Glass Bottle Works, Emerald Hill, was summoned by his employers for deserting from their-hired service,-thereby causing them a serious loss. Sentenced to fourteen days! im prisonment with hard labor. - . Wasting Yan ■ Yean. —. McLacblan, David Mackay, H. Hilson, and, James Whitehead, sum mo...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

voricset.;:,....' . The match between the iGrst elcrens of the 3Ion tagtie/>and North ;Eitzroy: cricket,- dubs for tho juniorichallengc cup was commenced last Satur day bu'tiie ground of. the former , at Emerald Hilli The Nortli Eitzroy captain .hating"won the toss elected to take tile field, and. in consequence they were kept there the whole of the afternoon. Some good batt ingwas.exhibited amongst the" Montague most notably that of Messrs....Hammond and AValdron, who ^scored-orer - oO^ between them before they. ^yore, finally^disposed. of, pu4\whea the1 last1'wicket'fell the'scdre'stoo'd" 111'; The North Eitzroy. then coiiimeiited'their innings and had only one wicket-dowivwlym time was called.' The.aiiateh will. bescontiuned/.uext.-.Satucdiiy; the; followjii'g.arejtheitotal.scorej.ir^llr Qroabc,2; E.j :Waldrqn, 20.; ;.AV. ,'Treadaway,. 1 Hani-j mpn'd-, .30$.,, Howison, ,3;; •Morgan;!:l(j,; ; Baker,1 ' 1V T. Groube, 0 ; P.iraui,, 8 ; A. Waldron, 5;! H. A. Fry, 10; Bjes,c&am...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1873. (Before Messrs. Findlay, Nimmo, Foote, Mouat, and Whiteman, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

wed>-e3dat, October 15,1873. (Before MessrsiTmcllnyj Nimiuo, Foote, Aloimfc,- | and Whitenmn, J.lVs) I Drunkenness.—All old( offender named Henry Murphy;'wais brought up,'''charged with being drunk aud disorderly and was fined 10s., or three days' imprisonment in default of payment." ; He was .then charged with. insulting behaviour, iu a. public place, and was fined -lOs. or fourteen'days' imprisonment, cumulative. Debt Cases.—Robert Balleny v. W: Hall, goods, 6s. lid.; amount awarded with 5s. costs. Eobert Balleny v. — Creighton. goods, 16s. 9d.; verdict for the amount with 5s. costs. Eobert lialleny v. Jarem'Jorket, goods,; £L 8s. 9d.; payment ordered with 5s. costs. Wm. J. Hales and John Baker v. 'John Handley, work and labor, £12 ; order for the amount with 30s. costs. Alleged-Larceny.—Three youug lads named respectively Owen Sinclair, David Square, and Morris Wilson were summoned by Messrs. Mouut ■ aud Co., for stealing three bottles, value 9d., from the works, Emerald Hill....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

^ M * T fe-'Eduqaiion Departm'en|, gg • | : ..-Ai^jrepjouriir.^lfi'October, 1"873^^-; lENDERS arc" invited for'the erection of a j. BK1CK BUILDING for a STATE SCHOOL at Ni-ispn-road, Emerald Sill- A preliminary deposit of £10 must accompany each Tcodcf'' r'{"( \ I- ^ - *, • *.»N*» iy sv; "■ Plans and Spepifications may be" seen and forms of Tender obtnmed'at the offices "of Messrs. Smith and Johnson, Architects, Market Buildings, on an(fart^TSromlaT7tht-Gth'itlEtTand-at-theoiiicee~ of this DepMtmo'ntjcfi). tare? * e . „ Tenders nro to. bo. addressed, to- the Secretary, endorsed." Tenders,", and delivered at Jtos office. norTBt®''tWri"12~o'fcloct-noon-l)f-MOMl»AX, 20th October.- " The lowest or any(t.eDder( will not necessarily be accepted. J- ■' • ' ' - ; '• v.l'.J. W. STEPHEN, ^ IGnistcfrofTuBlie Instruction. / ' '-"Treasury, * .:f"i~."^elbourne,-^Otfi^ehruaiT, 18731? TVTOTICE; — Victorian Government Stock, J> , bearing.interest at.tlic rate of 4; J»* •per snrium, may W purchase...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

Tailors, Srapers, *.c. W I L 1; T A M E ERG U S-O N,': : Tailor and Clotiiierj; ;1--' i 132 Ciibekdoi.' Sxbeet^Bmebaivd [Him,;, . (Opposite St. Church.) ^ (. J). c. B- A U > -I/;- C -'I'H'J' ' Sailor aad Out£ttor,:: Overocete, Regattas,.Collars",to match. : Under Shirts,, '.Cies, Scarfs, Hose, Hats, &c.i ;;"r ( i .-ir. R.. C. B A C LCH,: 'i ; 185 'OiiiBBWXjs Street, 1 EMEniiDl.'Hn>i;.'; • R g!Oijtg'J T!'S']J "'t; . E' 'N' S 'l Millinery fe Dressmaking Establishment, < .REMOLD:to,corner 0;i; nr.A'jtWypM ^ Opposite Hill's Ilotcl,EraerftldHill..;i All kinds of "JDrapery: Goods* sold at the <lowes6 , possible price- t / ck ^j - "JTats anil !Fcsitliers Cle:iiicd. : jyjy .B, S. A P P L E B Y ;• Milliner, .JDressmaJser,- &c-, ,' : 145 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. AH kinds of Drapery Goods ^oM at the lowest possible prices s% ;dso, a large assortment of ' INtDIAjSt EJIBROIDERY (just arrived) Comprising Infant's Italics, Short Frocks, Ladies' Petti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

NOTICE ! In coiiseguenceof the large increasing circulation of The B.ECOBI), a?Z Advertisements intended ■for immediate insertion, must be sent to the office not later than noon on Wednesdays. All advertisements are continued and charged for until countermanded by a xcritten notice, unless the time is particularly specified. ATo notice can be taken of anonymous communica-. twhs'.'". Every Utter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee, of good ; < faith.

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THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. No. IV. REV. HUGH DARLING. (PRESBYTERIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. No. IV. REV. HUGH DARLING. (Presbyterian.)   Owinig to the uncertainty which existed concern- ing the services at other places of worship being conducted by the resident ministers, my ignorance of "Circuit arrangements," and the failure of my     endeavours to obtain the required information, I was compelled to alter my pre-arranged plan, and on a Sunday morning earlier than I intended, I found myself at the entrance of the second, or younger Presbyterian Church on Emerald Hill. Younger as far as actual local seniority is con- sidered, but older in forms, congregation, and teaching.           There is no mistaking the building. A blue-   stone Chapel with a heavy stuccoed portico stretching across the whole of the front, it at- tracts the notice of the visitor as he proceeds along Clarendon-street. While its strictly oblong shape and long...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

Births, Marriages, and Heaths. ' [Notices of Births, Marriage®, and Deaths arc inserted fpj:e or charge, and communication of sucb events are cspectfully solicited.] ,• * » (i s A *t f.r i {■ - J BIRTHS.               ISAACS.—On the 9th inst., at Moray-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of S. G. Isaacs, of a daughter. MARTIN.—On the 9th inst., at 135 Nelson   Road, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Thomas Martin, of a son. DEATHS.     DALZIEL.—On the 15th inst., at his late resi dence, 127 Clarendon-street, Emerald Hill, Robt., Dalziel, aged 30.   DEIRY.- On the 11th inst., at Montague-street, Emerald Hill, Joseph, eldest son of Thomas Deiry, aged 17 years. GRAY.—On the 15th inst., at John-streeet Emerald Hill, James Gray, Master Mariner, late of Dundee, aged 69 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 October 1873

miscellaneous. jgOWEN GINGERBREAD. SHALLOW and ARIELL 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 wholesomo and palatable. ( Sold by till grocers. Price Gd. per packet. CANTERBURY CAKES. SWALLOW & A B'l E Ll Hare adi'ed tliis branch to their Biscuit Business and are now manufacturing both FRUIT AND PliAIN .'CAKES., : Under nis name, which theylrguarantee. to be composed of tho choicest ingredients, at;a price which places them within, the, ,1'cach of, all,vnz.— ONE S HI L X IK G ;..'e A'.CII : . Xo be had of all the princii>al Grocers.' "WILLIAM . DfiTMOLI), - Importer- of Paper and Stationery, 1Account JBotik Sf-riufaclurer, BOOK BINDER &. PAPER RTTIiER -'COELDTS SlBEET EAST,' MEtBODBITEi "' ' All. Cures Made Easy. Bad Z>eg:sf Ulcerous Sores, Bad Breasts, * * ..v - • • and Old Wounds. .. No description of wound, sore, or...

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MONTAGUE v. NORTH FITZROY. JUNIOR CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 23 October 1873

MONTAG-UE v. NORTH FITZROY. Joniob Challenge Cup. This match was resumed on Saturday, the North Fitzroy going to the wickets, they, however, did not atop there bug, all of them shortly after wards being disposed of for 25 runs, of whom Lampfield with 5 (not out) was the top scorer. They, of course, followed their first innings with their second, and succeeded this time in making 37, Pasfield carrying out his bat for 9, obtained by some very steady play. The fielding of the Montague was first class, most especially that of Baker at slip, who obtained two very smart catches one after the other. A. Waldron also made an excellent catch at long field on, Pownev hitting the ball fully 50 yards in the air, which he succeeded in catching after running fully 30 yards for it, for which he was much applauded. The bowling of H. Groube in the first innings was " killing," obtaining 4 wickets for 1 ruti; 10 1 overs were bowled, half of which were maidens. I". Waldron also bowled well, but was not...

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CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE v. CARLTON. CHALLENGE CUP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 23 October 1873

CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE v. CARLTON. Challenge Cop Match. The first of tho usual series of mutches for tlie possession of the Challenge Cup was held on the South Melbourne Cricket Club's ground on Satur day last, between that club and the Carlton. The Carlton men went first to the wickets, and from the result of the play there is every appearance of the cup remaining a little longer in the South Melbourne Pavilion. We append the scores :— ■ CiRLTOJT.—1st I>'>'E<G3. Bishop, b Conway ... ... ... 11 Trinnick, b Allan... _ ... ... ... 0 Hailes, c Slight, b Conway ... ... 10 Ballard, l.b.w., b Coaway • ••' ' ••• -8 Jfewing, l.b.w., b Conway ... ... 9 Glennon, l.b.w., b Conway . .... ... 2 Blackham, l.b.w., b Allan 0 Wallace, c Slight, b Allan ... ... 2. ' Wynne, b Conway ... ... ... 0 Declmau, c Major, b Conway ... ... 0 Donovan, b Conway ... ... ■ ... 0 ' P. James, c and b Conway v.. ■ ... 0 B. James, c Bennett, b Conway... ... 0 M'Cormack, not out ... - ... ... 0 Kenne...

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SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 23 October 1873

SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. To the Editor of the Record. Sib,—In perusing your issue of the 17 inst., I find a statement to the effect that the South Melbourne Gas Company have got a Bhipment of 200 tons cast iron pipes in the bay, and that delivery is to be taken by the present Foreman of Works, and that as the testing and examining of pipes is a very delicate matter we think it should be intrusted to some competent individual. Now, as this statement may tend to prove very damaging to me as the foreman alluded to, with a number of Shareholders as to my competency I cannot pa»s it by without offering a few remarks. I may state I have been for the last 16 years exclusively connected with the Melbourne and Collingwood Gas Works, and a3 my duties have always brought me in close contact with all matters appertaining to the testing and laying of cast iron pipes, surely after so many years experience I should be in a position to superintend the delivery and testing of the small quantity ...

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MORAL FORCE versus PHYSICAL FORCE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 23 October 1873

MORAL FORCE versus HTTSICAL FORCE. I To ihe Editor of the Record. Sra,—'With reference to my article entitled "Moral versus Physical Force," published iu the Record of October 2nd, in which I endeavored to show (and I flatter myself successfully) that the great benefactors of the human famiiy were men who unselfishly devoted their best days in teachimi their fellow beings practical moral truth?, proclaiming 111 season and out of season, the ii, calculable benefits which would accrue to the race in supplanting physical by moral force, more especially in settling disputes between indi viduals as well as between nations. Also men tioning the success which has attended their efforts as well as the deplorable fact, that the majority of these representative benefactors were jeered at, ill-used, and finally murdered by their unenlight ened, because wilfully ignorant, and rude fellow countrymen. I was hardly prepared, howover, to find in these days of light and knowledge that a desccndeut, ...

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THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. No. V. REV. SPENCER WILLIAMS. (WESLEYAN METHODIST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 23 October 1873

THE EMERALD HILL CH7R0E-G0ER. No. y. KEY. SPENCER WILLIAMS. (wesleraif Methodist.) Br far the largest and mo?fc olegant place of wor ship in Emerald Hill is that belonging to the Wesleyan Methodists, situated at the corner of Cecil aud Dorcas-streets. Ko one can visit the Mechanics' Institute or the offices of the Town Council without being struck by its commanding position and suituble proportions. The invariable blue-atone is greatly relieved by the white cement facings of the buttresses and numerous windows, and if.it is finished by the erection of the pro posed spire, it will, without doubt, he the most striking object in the town. I have always felt an interest in this building, although only in it twice. The same gale that blew down a portion of it, while in course of erection some 10 years ago, had almost deprived the world of "Kritikos," but both have survived to see great and many charges. But few of the old faces now remain, while the " small cause" has grown into a power ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 23 October 1873

Hollow ay's Pills.—It ii difficult to determine which is the more trying to health, intense cold or excessive heat, though everybody knows that sudden transitions from the one to the other are prolific with disease, which may inmost instances be repelled by an early resort to these purifying, regulating, and strengthening Pills. This well known and highly esteemed medicine affords a safe and easy remedy for almost every con stitutional wrong which climates, changes, or dietetic errors, can engender, and effectually removes any weakness self-indulgent habits may have induced. In all conditions of the Bystem bordering on disease such as are indicated by apathy, listlcssness, and restlessness, Holloway's Pills will prove especially serviceable in begetting the vivacity appreciated by both sound and sick.

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