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RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. MR. TIREDMAN'S TALE. CHAPTER VIII. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
RTORIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S MINISCENCES. There was Tiredmau, who could "talk like a book," insinuate pernicious doctrines and ideas so cunningly and audaciously as to impress the unwary and ignorant with the belief that ho himself believed them to be gospel truths. Tliert he was, now, trying to stand on his head. Strong drink is a leveller, and no mistake. But to return to my " present." Why did my friend send mo "drink" (I can hardly call hini my friend now, as he put temptation in my way sufficient, as a beginning, to send mo into a deeper " hole" than I imagine erer entorod intft bis calculations.) If I had liked the rubbish, and he knew it, why would he give it to me if he was anxious for my welfare? Of course, being under the influence of the passion, I would have said he was the best of friends. But did he forward the stuff out of a good or a bad motive, out of kindness or out of hate. There couldn't be a doubt but that lie had sent the present to me out of pure kindness. Well, t...
The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1873. A POLICE COURT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
EMERiLti HILL : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1873. A POLICE COURT DECISION. We are always sorry -when we have to comment unfavorably upon a judicial decision. We would rather not have to expose anything that will in any degree- weaken that deep respect for the administration of justice, which should be inherent in the breast of every Briton. But, as this adminis tration should be sans peicr, satis re proche, and as it can only become so by its defects and weaknesses being exposed and commented upon, we feel we should fail in an important and evident duty, did wc neglect, to. take cognisance of payable injustice. At the Emerald Hill Police Court last Saturday ; one Macoboy sued one Thackery for the small sum of one guinea,-1 which -: guinea'^represented three days work as. i laborer at seven shillings per day. The plaiutift" ex plained that he. had been" working for defendant for a week and three days, and only then in the place of another man. Tbe week was paid for in due course, but on th...
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Finlay, Barker, Foote, and Mouat, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
"Wednesday, Hovbmbeb 5, 1873. (Before Messrs. Fiulay, Barker, Foote, | and Mouat, J.P's.) j Neglect of Duly.—Bobert Kennedy, watch house keeper on Emerald Hill, was charged witli neglecting his duty as a member of the Police Force, and honorably acquitted. Obscene Language.—Kichard Maine was sum moned by the polico for using obscene language in a public place, and fined £5, or two months imprisonment. No Light.—Charles Brown was charged by the police with driving after sunset without lights. Fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs. George Moore, for driving a waggon after sunset without lights, was fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Uncontrolled Morse.—Henry Wiseman was summoned by the police for not having his horse under proper control. Fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs. Debt Cases.—John R. Buxton v. Charles Nice, uso and occupation, £5 3s. ; order for the amount. Kobcrt Balleny t. Win. Hall, fraud summons, lis. lid. ; verdict for the amount with 7s 6d. costs. Thomas O'Connor v. John Carse, work and ...
THE MAYORALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
THE MAYORALTIES. Before our next number appears, the Councils of the Town of Emerald Hill and the Borough of Sandridge will have made a choice of one of theix number to preside over the affairs of each municipality for the ensuing year. There is much to be considered in making tbis selection. It is not al ways the senior member of the Coun cil, who has not " passed the chair " who is best fitted for so onerous a position. Councillors should take iuto review the characteristics of the mem bers. They should ascertain who has most time, ability, and aptitude for the filling of the office. They should , re gard a total absence of prejudice in favor of this party, or that sect,.as a qualification for it. : If the possible chosen one has filled the office previ ously, they may regard his anticedents with a critical eye, review his decis ions on the Bench, and at the Council table, and his general conduct regard-; ing public matters.: At the same time he should be a friend' to progress gen...
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1873. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs, I[?]la, Smith, and Mount, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
SMBEALD' HILL POLICE COUHT. Saturday, JvoveiiUKr . 1, 1873. (Befteu.Mr. MoHison,, P.M., nnd Messrs, Iflla, Smith, and Jlouafc, J.lVa.) ■Drunkenness.—A fury Fairbairn, for being drunk niiS disorderly, was fined; 2s. 6d., or six hours imprisonment- • ' ;r: No Xig7d:-^Vtr.Mu^pliVj -for. - driving without lights, was fincd.5s. aud.23. Gd. costs.,. — Linnett, for neglecting to put'a ligh t ori building materials, was fined'20s. and 2s. 6d. costs. . H'ilholding.Monies.r~.3.o\i\i Maxwell, treasurer of Court: "Prince of Wales," A.O.Fl, was informed against ;.by Robert Swan, a trustce;and member of the'saidjOourti for ini^rpperly^witholding .raonies' arid other'prfipefty of the Court, on the 7th Aug. laSt. * y % ' ' Mr. Sandilands appeared for the complainant, and Mr.' Windsor for the defence. "E. Si: Garson, secretary of the Court, produced the minute book showing that on the 7th August a resolution was passed, calling upon Maxwell to resign his treasurership, and to hand over the monies an...
ORIGINAL POETRY. NEVER AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
OBIGIITAL POETS,?.. XEYER AGAIN. The bright sun of morii Comes no longer to cheer, It? sweetness is shorn Of all joy for me here ; The light which it brings Has 110 soft ray for me, Since.yet to it clings • 'Eecolleeti6u9 of llieo. • : Of thee—who in youth I in confidence held As the emblem of truth, ; Whom no other excelled j But oh 1 timo has shown That my hopes were in vain, I call thee mine own, Oh! no, never again! The words you once said Are all broken and void, The rows which you made > Have my prospects destroyed 'lis remembrance alone, In this care stricken breast Revibrutes their tone, . And intrudes on my. rest. The day yet may dawn, When some pity may rise, On thinking how true ■ Is that heart you despise, . You may feel—too. late, ,t ■ . "Xwas thus cruel to pain, But it can't changc my fate, • I love—never again ! E.D. '
EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
EMERALD HILL TOTCT COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. Mosday, November 3, 1873. 'Present—1The Mayor, Crs. Page, Mills, Wliito" in.. :i, Ifoote and Danks. : At the conclusion of the business, Crs. Boy and Philipson arrived and took their seats. . The; minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed. National School Site. The Clareudon-strcofc school sito iras brought on l'or consideration, but as the Minister of Edu cation had not forwarded the copies of the corres- | pondeuce on the subject, was postponed until the next meeting of the Council, togethor with letters received from the Trustees of the Presbyterian Church and Protestant Orphanage. The Gas Case. The Mayor [laid before the Council some legal documents served upon him in connection with tho matter of taxing tho costs, on Wednesday, 5th iust., at 12 noon, before the Master in Equity. The matter was referred to a Committee of the whole Council. Texdebs ion Lighting. Two tenders were sent in, one from the South Melbourne Gas C...
THE JOYS THAT ARE PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
" TIEE JOYS THAT ARE PASSED. Conic, memory, come, let as ponder awhile, ' Tho' the dream be too blissful to last— Tor oh ! 'tis so sweet a long hour to beguile, ■ To brighten (lie wreath of one's woe willi a ■ smile liewly culled from the joys that are passed. Those joys then are passed, but they leave no regret, : ■ ■ • ■ In this fair world of innocence east; Ancl tlio' the bright sun of their glory is set, ■ Still in life's dim horizon their memory yet Sheds n beam 011 the days that are passed. And still in life's wane—ere this care stricken • heart "■ • Shall return to its long home and last, "Will memory ever its pleasures impart By pointing as time's rapid moments depart, . To the joys of tlie days that are passed., R.D. "A pleasant reunion of the employees of the City of Melbourne Gas and Colsc Company, took place at the Company's offices, on Saturday last. The occasion being to meet the secretary, Mr. John Scott, prior to his leaving for a short holiday trip, and advantage wa...
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1873 (Before D. Thomas, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
SANDRID&E POLICE COtfRT. Saiukdav, Uoyember 1, 1873 . .(Before 1). Tliomai, 3£sq.. J.P.) Absent without Zeace.—William Jones charged with being absent without leave irorn the ship " Antilope," was sent to the hulks for a month. Robort Standhouso and Henry 13ume, seamen belonging to the "Agamemnon," were charged with a similar offence and were sent, to the hulks for fourteen days each.
EMERALD HILL EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
EMERALD HILL EARLT CLOSING ASSOCIATION. PUBLIC MEETING. A lahge find influential meeting toot place oil Monday evening in the Mechanics' Institute, under the auspices of the above Association, at which several members of Parliament, and nearly all the principal shopkeepers and tradesmen of the Hill were present. On the platform were to bo soon the following gentlemen, viz.: —Eevs. Canon Dickinson (Episcopalian), Dr. Macdonald (Presbyterian), Spencer Williams (Wesleyan), and Messrs. J. Whitemau, M.P.; Major Smith, M.P.; Hon. W. M. K. Tale, M.P.; Hon. D. Blair ; J. M'Cutcheon, Joseph Cahill, J. Bee, H. Rayson, Councillors T. T. Foote, J.P., and Jas.. Page. As announced, J. Kimmo," Esq., J.P., and Mayor of Emerald Hill occupied the chair, and briefly stated the object of the meeting, to be the furtherance of the views entertained by the As sociation, and pointed out very briefly the benefits that would be couferrcd on the members by reducing the long hours of labor at present in force....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
To'TO. of EmoralcL Sill. fJTONDERS will be received. For Forming two Rights-of-way, "J Until O a.in. : owned by Messrs. EKman, r ou Snturduy. Carter, ^and others. : J Stli iunt. Plans,specifications, fcc., to be seeii at .the Council Chambers. JAMES eyille, Town Clerk. Tovn of Emerald Sill. IJpENDERS will be received— For Leasing the Town "J ■ Until 4 p.m. on Abattoirs ) Thursday, 2/th Nov. Particulars on applications to - . : JAMES eville, Town Clerk. T6mi of Emerald Sill. ' SPECIAL order. —-TJVS.LAW.Mo._51,_, Foa tee Regulation* of tiie public Gabdess at St. Yixcest Place Noetii axd South, : Emebald Hill. IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED—That at the Ordinary Meeting of. tbe Gouncil of the Town of Emerald HiU, to be held on MONDAY, 24t)j November proximo, at half-past i o clock D m at tlie offices of the said Council, Dorcas itrect "VVcst, Emerald Hill, aforesaid, it is the . intention of the said Council to confirm the following resolution passed by_ tlio said Council on Monday, 13th October...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
Tailors, Drapers, &c. ^7rI;B-I' l'A.M :"FW;;G;1r.s'o:w, j.-.jia .,jailor and-;ci6tfcierj ;'::-' 3:J iri' ~i. o, / ! j '132, .ClAJtENDON 'STBEEI/'"jEMBBj^IvD''sHlBb;'' i (Opposite St. Luke's Church".). ; ■ _ v E. G.1- BAH n.Ji ^'C1 -It', r'O'Cji" irii*. .»!• . .Tailor ■ and Outfitter, .;,j_ Blurts, Ties, Scarfs, Hose, Hats, &c; R. C. B ATJLC H, 235 Claef.xdox Street, E.verAi.d ITill. M B S. S T E T E' N S' Millinery & Dressmaking Establishment, ;* '* REMOVEBto corner of: .. CLARENDONS' AiSTD. .RAGLAN . STEEET3. -••Opposite [rill's- Hotel, Emerald IUIi. . • . All timls of Drapery-Goods^sold'at1 the lowest possibleprico.o i f ■; •»y. ... r.. r \ • 3Tuts and Feathers Cieaued.. M R' "S: •' X P;; P ^Ir^Ef .B'j'Ti . .. . Milliner, Dressmaker, -145 OLABBKBON ST., EMERALD'HILL/*' All kinds of Drapery Goods sold at' the 'lowest possible1 prices'; ■ jdso, a large assortment off?} f f!o;rbt;i EMBROIDERY-(just amved)^ Comprising Infant's llobes, Short Frocksp.Ladies? Pett...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 November 1873
Births, marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths arc inserted taek of charge, and communication of sucb events are espectfully solicited.] BIRTH. MUIR.—On the 31st ult., at Yarra-bank-road, the wife of G. G. Muir of a son. MARRIAGES. ALFORD—WAKEMAN.—On the 27th August, at the residence of the bride, 27 Yarra-place, Emerald Hill, by M. W. Green, minister, Wm. Alford, eldest son of John Alford, to Maria, eldest daughter Edward Wakeman, both of Emerald Hill. MERRINGTON—CARTER.—On the 27th ult., at St. Luke's Church, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Charles Merrington, second son of Mr. George Merrington, of Sandridge, carpenter, to Anne Maria Carter, eldest daughter of Samuel Carter, of Emerald Hill. DEATH. MARKS.—On the 4th inst., at his residence, Main Point Hotel, Sandridge-road, Emerald Hill, Mr. Alexander Marks, aged thirty-six years.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873
Miscellaneous., ... : OOAOSBtJILDERS, ^ 35~CLAKENDON ST., EMERALD SILI/. Builders of every description of Vchiclc,' Wth American and English, 50 per cent, lower than iny other house in the colony. All work guaranteed. • rn K EAR Y & c 9 • > * • ' BNaiNEEBS, " ; Ship and General Smiths, Patent . Block and • Wool Screw Makers; also Hydraulic Machinists, STOKE 1 STREET, SAXDRIDGE. AH orders* punctually attended to. S , t o H. 5T D A ; Jf. K .. 42 BOURKE STREET WEST, HAS ON SALE ; v Chandeliers, ... Brackets, t. Globes, ,. ; " Pumps, Baths, . '• --ii". : Water Pipes and Taps, . ... ,i,i, i i . .. ■ ' Beer Eugiues, &c - . "WILLIAM DETMOLDj Importer of Paper and Stationery, Account Hook Manufacturer, BOOK BINDER, it PAPER RULER Colmss Steeet East, Meuopbsb. J. S. DAVIDSON, PASSENGERS' OUTFITTER, &c., COHXER OB WIIZABEXH &. rLINDEES STREHTS itELBOUB>'E. Chilis Turnislied with every requisite for a ca voyage. Medical. j The Sufferer's Best Preind j ah D...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873
Undertakers..... ....... i; W J. G- A B E' I/' tt • • Late Newman,;; ' ■ Funeral VuAortakor, . BAY STE'EBT, ' SAND.BIDGE, Respectfully announces that he bus taken the business* lately carried on by Mr. Newman, uud hopes,by ef ficiency and care to sccure a share of public 6Upport. Bereaved relations and friends'inay feel assured that' every "wish will be studiously observed with regard to the solemn duties that may bo intrusreato him, ,.... ••Economy and Diligence^.wniaways^ his molto.
EDUCATION. (No: 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873
,;:Xf 'EDUCATION i:ivy;:' ! ' (No: i.) - , V" \ I 1 , ' ^ • : l It isy.eiy, .feyident,3rpml the ' anxiety, expressed By. hon. members to obtaini ^ progress report from the Minister of . Education/ that the' subject of State Schools will be* one largely ventilated" i;..during the.general election that isvto1 take place early next year. We shall with great ■anxiety, for the appear-. ance of this promised report; but there ^are.many phrases of the subject which can be discussed both without it, and in spite of what it may say regarding them"; and in view of the public —anxiety upon the subject it is our pur pose^ from time, to time, to;.discuss these several phases of a question of '• such universal interest. It is not to be wondered at that the ! result of the first year's trial of a sys •i: tenij at once secular, compulsory;: and free, should be apparently, unsatisfac tory, and should ' call forth a large, amount of dissatisfaction. Even under ,, th£ former system, many men of high c...
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Finlay, Haig' Mouat, Foote, and Smith, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873
emerald hill police corar. Satcbday, Notbiebeb 8, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Finlay, Haig' Mouat, Foote, and Smith, J.P.'s.) WifeDeserlion.—Donald McDonald was charged with deserting lii» wife. The Bench ordered him to pay 25s. pet week towards the support of his wife and child with £2 10s. costs, and to find two sureties of £10 each for the due fulfillment of the order; to be committed in default of pay ment. ' ' Lunacy.—Mary Freeling was brought before the court charged, on warrant, with lunacy, and unfit to be at large. Bemanded to the Asylum for medical treatment. Drunkenness.—Alexander Thompson, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs, or forty-eight hours imprison-, ment in default. Alleged Riot.—James Forbes, William Bee, and William Duncan, wore Bummoned by Henry Miles, draper, for creating a disturbance outside of his premises on Thursday; October 30th. Mr. McKean appeared for complainant, and Mr. Bead for defendants. - - Adjourn...
CORRESPONDENCE. EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873
COaaSSPOXTSENOE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] EAKLT CLOSING. To the Editor of the Record. Sib,—When we were servants we went in a buster for short hours and big pay, but now since we have become masters we believo in long hours and small pay—to our servants. Selfishness is our motto, Sir, and we mean to stick to it, aye and show it likewise. Philan throphy and consistency may be fine things for Christian people. to practice, "but as for us our " religion" is summed up in that one word " sel fishness." Holl is a myth and Heaven is ditto, so what do we care, cash • is our .particular god or devil which you please. Cash, Sir, gives us the power to satisfy all our wants and desires. Wine, women, and other thing s aud other etceteras are what' we want, aud, if necessary, wo will in defiance of all laws, men, gods, or devils, keep our places of business open all night in order that our lustful appetites may be satiated. Our banner is " cash," ...
THE EMERALD HILL CHURCH-GOER. VIII REV. J. ROSE,. (BAPTIST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873
THE EMERALD HILL CHTrRflH-GOEB,. No. VIII. KEY. J. KOSE, . T (baptist.) The Mechanics Institute of Emerald Hul, gloomy looking as to its exterior, cheerless indeed vritliiu, nothwithstanding' fh6 representations-of modern, : : ."JIeathen Gods and Godesse3 With scanty skirts and boddices," with which its walls are supposed to be orna mented,' has-often been the nursery of an infant chuteh. Some whose "first growth took placa within this unsympathising enclosure, bare now " a habitation and a name." It has also been th« seen# of the unsuspected removal of harmonium, bible, and other church furniture, by a section of worshipers, at a time when one at least of them had not become a convert to the superiority-of "moral " over " physioal force." Although not as suitable as it might be made, it is still convenient for temporary use, an i a congregation which has found its own building too small for its purpose now meets for worship within its walls. The congregation is riot large, but it i...