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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

The south Melbourne co-opera • TIYE DRAPERY A>^: OUTFITTING ; ' ' ' WAREHOUSE, ' COEXEB OF CLARENDON AND DORCAS STREETS. ; . j. b. x o u l, . ."r In opening the above establishment, believes he . will supply a long felt want on Emerald Hill. Tbe inauugration' of a system whereby tlie , cossraiEB will succeed in having an interest, in and /. acquiring a certain fixed proportion of tbe profits accruing, either as Discount allowed on Cash Pur chases ; Annual Interest on Weekly Payments ; ] or, Credit until the amount of the purchase money • of the goods bought is paid up. The business will be conducted strictly on the : principle of siiiiL pbofits i>"D QtiCK eetcens, :as the larger tbe quantity of goods disposed of in a given time, so in proportion the less profits ■wiU be required to pay the expenses. Examj>y. —If the expenses amounted to, say £15 per .week, and the quantity of goods sold did not exceed £100, the profit required to be charged would be 15 per cent, or 3s. on e...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. I CAN NOT SMILE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

ORxarali. posts?. I CAN NOT SMILE AGAIN. I can net smile again, ..My happy days are past; ;;A.deep enduring pain', 4V; My broVr has overcast. Thfriountain of my'joys Is arid'and has dried; Care ey'ry scene alloys, ' And sets all peace aiide,_ I can1not smile again; V." -y A juicer at my heart r -' •Must now all time remain,") And bid repose depart. It meets me with the light; It harrows through the day ; • It leares me! Eotlat nighfc, • But drives sweet dreams away. I can not smile again, The one I loved has gone; My life's best hopes are vain ■ Ani3 all around forlorn. I hear the merry jestV' It grates upon my ear ; i Ajsigh iescapes niy breast, ; '? , Precursor to a tear. B. D.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 — 13 November 1873

SURRXETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S MINISCENCBS. ' Mb. tiredmak'S TALE. Chatter vjlll. ftcontinued.) Perceiving that I could do nothing with Pat, I determined to try Mac. Mr. Macwimo, when are you thinking about going homo. " "Wlia urc yi cawin maester, I widd lite t'. ken. My name's Sandy Macwime,. and my puir auld mitlier's au honest wee! daein wirnin, leeviii in Glesky, and I'm au honest man, ' ths aoblest wurk o' Crod,' as Kabbio Burns widd say. Ae, lie wis a grand poet that, in fac he dings thom a1. B'-thi-bye, did that freen o' Tours, 'Auld Xangsine,' he maun hi been a Scottie t' 1 kin b' his name. Did that freen o' yours, keu on7 ane thi name o'Davuck Macwhustle, wha lived in a little village in your kiutrie, caw'd Jjunin. lie wis a saxth cuisn o moin on my faethers side, and wis reportit as bein unco weel t' elaa> doon there, X wis ettlin t' gang and see him ufore I caum oofc here, but I furgot so I didna gang; B'-the-bye did yo over keu or hear o' a laddio they caw'd Robbie, yeer a...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FRONTISPIECE WRITTEN FOR A PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

FRONTISPIECE WBITTEN JOB A PHOXOGBAPHIC POETBAIT ALBUM. In after years, wlien many here portrayed Bo seen no more—perhaps in silence laid "Within the tomb—when all engulphiug time Has claimed and borne them to that other elime Whenco no one issues. When remembrance faint Tails their resemblance on our minds to paint— This book may be—and in its loaves unfold Some welcome features that -we loved of old; Some long lost face recall, or some bright scene . Restore in freshness, as it once has been j Gladden our hearts, and by its friendly aid Einel a sadness—scarce a passing shade. November 6,1873.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

~ Government Advertisements Treasury, Melbourne, 20tli 5 ebruary, 1873 "VTOTICE. ■— Victorian Government Stock JN bearing interest at the rate ef ± per annum, may be purchased at the Melbourne. Persons residing iu countxy diEtncts may obtain forms of application and otherpar ticulars at any of the Receipt and Pay Oflices. EDWARD LANGTON, Treasurer Town of Emerald Sill. mENDERS will be received— -2SKISS. Abattoirs Particulars on applications to JAMES eyille, Town Cleric. Town of Emerald Bill. BYE-LAW No. 51. joe tee Rxgtoaxiok or the Pcdlio gabdeks at St. vincekt Place Nobth asd South, ehebaxd Hrtiu IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED—That at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council of the Town of Emerald Hill, to be held on MONDAY, 24th November proximo, at half-past / o clock 7m. at the offices of the said Council, Dorcas street West, Emerald Bill, aforesaid, it is the intention of the said Council to confirm the following resolution passed by the said Council on Monday, 13th October, 18(3 1— That th...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

Tailors, Drapers, &c. w ;-.Tailor, and-.Clothier j a-:* 132 Clabendoit Stbeet, Esnsnkri)''fitti," ' ■ (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) -- Tarraville and Geelong Tweods always oc'liauii. ; C. , B A U-. L- C. . , .".V'r &$£t$er•' Overccats, Eegattas; Collars to'matchy Under* --S!iirtsrTies)-ScarfsrHt}se~Hai?;; — E. C. -B'lij l CH,. 135 Claeendon Stbeet, E3eebaii).:Hili,. ■ iyp.fB: S.. -S.A] XSillbiwy % Dre's^a^^iistaiilis^ment; ,v • " HEMOVED;tp corucr of. i;;Xl Mt CLARENDON AXD : :EAGLAX... SIEEET3; - Opp03ite.ililUa.-lXoUil, Jjueiald Jlill.. All kinds of Drapery Goods" sold aWhe lowest • • possible; price.Vri, jti , 1 Lil15 ami 1'cntliers CleanM.i ~ j^jL_Er.fi A—ErrBr-rT-r Milliner ,• Dressmaker,'-:&c-, 145 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. "J h •■* ■ 't\' j iW All kinds of Drapery Goods solil at tlie lowest possible prices; also, a large assortment^ ■ . INl)IAjf i (j us b arrived) Comprising Infant's Rotes, Short Frocks, Ladies' Petticoats, . Pockethandkerchiefs, an...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1873. ICHABOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1373. ICHABOD. What are the City, Town, and Borough Councils of Melbourne and its suburbs thinking about ? To what is their present supineness attribut able? Here is a question, most mo mentous to them, being agitated in the Legislation of the colony and they make no sign. What has become of those ardent, energetic spirits who, in years gone by, fought the Railway Company time after time and scored the victories? When a much less question than- the purchase of the lines was at stake, who called mass meetings and kept the whole place in a ferment until their point 'iraj gaiucil ? TV"ell may we say " the glory has departed from us," when 6uch inertness and indifferentism is the characteristic of eur Councils. And we may ask what are our members about ? There are at least 20 members of Parliament repre senting the above districts, and not one question has been asked, nor one notice of motion given pertinent to the issue. The stupid ones that at pre...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notice« of Births, Carriages, and Deaths are inserted rius or ouabqe, and communication of sucb evems are CBpeotfuUy solicited.) DEATHS. Bolton.—On the I2th inBt!, at 133 Jloraj' etreet, the beloved daughter of Thomas fiud Emily Bolton, aged eight years and four months. Murray.—On the 11th inst., at 201 Cecil-st., Matilda, wife of Archibald Murray, ironmonger. ' UotisE.—Oil the 11th mH.jatWtrk-'street'westJ' Mary Irene, the beloved child of the late Capt. William Bouse, aged 10 months. WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. , District. Deputy Registrar. Births. Deaths Melbourne (South) E. Prendergast s 10 • Melbourne (North) Or. P. Nagle... 28 .16 Melbourne (VVest) D. Morison ... ■ O 3 Emerald Hill A.Plummer... 10 5 Sandridge A. Plummer... 3 &

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. SOUTH v. EAST MELBOURNE. CHALLENCE CUP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 November 1873

C RTOEET. SOUTH v. EAST MELBOURNE. Chailengb Cup Match. Accobding to the announcement maclo in our ■ columns. the above match camo off on Monday laat. The day was anything but a favorable one for " wielding tho willow," but notwithstanding the strong wind, accompanied with slight showers of rain, a large concourse of persons were present to witness tho contest. Conway captained " our own" and Dan Wilkie the " visitors." The lattor haTing won the toss sent the Hillites to the < wickets first, and on both sides somo splendid batting and fielding was done. We were sorry to notice tho want of punctuality in commencing the game, but we understand that it was in con sequence of the late arrival of the East Melbourne players. The scores will show that the match was,not played out, and will be continued next Saturday, at two o'clock. The following are tho scores as they, stand at present South Meleouune. " • - First Innings. ; . Wallace, b Wyndham ... - ... .2 ia . -Midwinter, c ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

nriHE;SOUTH MELBOUBIp jCO-OBBBA _L TIVE DRAPERY-AND OUTFITTING ' "...:.. WAREHOUSE*, d'idv ! li-*: j ,■' < COEIfER- OF i HWfM | 'Bu _ CLARENDON • = ;i -*'■ i w*?. Io.opi^ing-Vh6-alHvver«s^i^m«nt, be«^ :)«e ,., will supply, a long HiP-a: " Xlie inauugratioo^of' T system whereby the COXSOMEH'wiirsuec'^a'iii having an interest, m and acquiring a'certain fixed proportion of the -profits accrmncrcithcr-as-Discount allowed onCasnlur chases; Annual Interest on Weekly • Payments ; or, Credit until the amount-of the purchase money of. the goods bought is paid up. . !/■ ' The business will be conducted strictly on the principle of small proeits asd stick.ketcbss, as the larger the quantity of goods disposed of in a Riven time, fo in proportion the less profits will be required to pay the expenses., i-romjife. If t]iC expenses amounted to, say &lo per week, and the quantity of goods sold did not exceed £100, the profit required to be charged would be- lo per cent, or .'is. o...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

ORIGINAL POETRY. : > SYMPATHY^ The heart is. in solitude dull; • - "yVe caniiot.be joyous alone; . The mind,that would happiness cull' - Must call some loved object its own. We should in our troubles and care, j Depend oh each other for aid ; Seek some kindred spirit.to Bhare j : ^ The burden'which on us'is laid. We should in affliction unfold ; ■ The tale of the woes that oppress, ! JFor when all our story is told, The weijjht of our sorrow is less.. From sympathy's breast,-a relief Appears us by magic to spring, - To ease the sharp pang of our grief, i And take from its venom the sting; November, 1873.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. CHALLENGE CUP MATCHES. SOUTH MELBOURNE V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

CRICKET. CHALLENGE CUP MATCHES. south iiELBOffara r. i£elboitc>'e. The third match of the aeries was commenced on the Local Cricket Ground on Saturday last, and visitors from all parts of the suburbs crowded to the Emerald Hill Oral to witness the llel bournites attempt the recovery of the Cup they had lost by being beaten in one innings last season. The Melbourne club ware the first to take the wickets, and for the first half of the innings looked like making a big score ; but after Eofaertson and Coopor had retired to the Pa vilion the remainder of the team went out with out adding many to the score already obtained. The sky became very heavily overcast when the South Helbourners went to the wickets, and the bad light favored their opponents who disposod of eight, wickets for sixty-five runs. Conway, however, very judiciously employed the latter portion of the time iu protecting his wickets rather than making runs, and consequently carried out his bat. Should uext Saturday be a...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREEMASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

FBEEMASOITRT. A large gathering of Masons assembled at the Freemason's Hall, Lonsdale-street, Melbourne, on Tuesday evening, being the occasion of the annual installation and the banquet of the R.W. Master and officers of the Lodge of Jndah 388, Scottish Constitution. Bro. Erichsen, W.M., opened the lodge, and the usual business having been gone through, Bro. M. Goldstein, P.M., took the chair. He also acted as installing master, and proceeded to install Bro. J. Berwick as "W.M., and the other officers of the lodge, which lie did in a most impressive manner. After the cere mony of installing, Bro. M. Goldstein presented Bro. J. Little, secretary, with a very handsome gold locket, suitably inscribed, as a mark of res pect and esteem from the members of the lodge, which was afterwards acknowledged in a few chosen words. The following brethren were then installed as office-bearors :—J.W., Vf. F. Arnold; Treasurer, Bro. P.M. Joseph Cahill; Secretary, Bro. J. Little; Deacons, Bros. Boult...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

RtTRRIETATTLE AIBCASTLE'S EE jiinisceitoes. CHAPTEE X.—(Continued.) But my dear brothers and loving Bisters, the spirits are hovering around us, aye, are speaking to ub in language not to bo misincomprensiblo (I had observed by the flickering light of the candle that a very large brown insect, surrounded by a lot of smaller fry, bad perched themselves on the summit of Mr. T's nose, which appendage he was twisting and screwing about in a most ludicrous fashion, every now and then giving a " fuff" with the intention no doubt of persuading the little impish devils not to insinuate their hypo thetical manifestations quite so feelingly. I was about to frighten them off when he gave an extra fuff which sent them all scampering down his neck. He now got very fidgety, and his rigma role became so confused and disconnected that I could neither make head nor tail of it. After a time, however, he managod to articulate more coherently as lie got up on bis hands and knees, said ho—" My dear old ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUNIOR CUP MATCH. MONTAGUE V. LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

JUNIOR CUP MATCH. MONTAGUE V. LINCOLN. •The second contest for the above was com menced last Saturday, at Emerald Hill, between the holders and the "Lincoln" C. C., and not withstanding the counter attraction of the senior match on the South Melbourne Ground there was a good attendance of spectators present; this match has been regarded by all juniors as the junior cup match, both Montague and Lincoln being almost equal in point of strength to each other, and bets were freely laid tirst on one team and then 011 the other, the holders at the com mencement having slightly the advantage. The game' commenced, shortly after three o'clock, the Lincolnitos being- iu the field, Waldron (the captain) and H. Groube at the wickets to the | bowling of Hall and Lacey; both men were batting steadily, when Waldron unluckily played one on to his wicket, retiring for 0 ; F. Baker then joined Groube, and between the two run up the score to 4-2, both bitting splendidly, when Groube was bowled by Eober...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EDUCATION. (No. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

... EDUCATION. .«•?* aktjfg The'question of corporal punishment in State schools seems to have been hastily "decided' by "the lcMiriistei- of Instruction ' oh "itissnfiicietit• premises. There;,.-are: many i'reasons .why* the master should have liberty to punish. it any time and as often as he finds it aecessary... -Should it be found _ that inv teacher is unfit, from infirmity of temper, or "decided predictions and prejudices to be invested with such power, we think the teachers them selves-will agree with us m saying that he-is unfit to have charge of a State school. In considering this sub ject, we must remember the class or children we have to deal with. While we may have many respectable., .philQ ren in the school's,\and, those whose parents would not send them there it . they covdd-help. it 4n consequence-ofr - the unavoidable contamination, .as a natural consequence of the system, the great maj ority must be children* of low tastes and habits. Children who would, were it not ...

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LOCAL MANUFACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

LOCAL MANUFACTORIES. Mk. F. A. Eayment, who compiled the last annual etatisties of manufactories, works, &c., for Emerald Hill, has supplied ua with the following information relating' to Emerald Hill and Sandridge :— 7. OII'CT 96S'9V3F OOt'9 <Wl3P " 09t'83 4 '■ « W<0'f93F 8 S a ': M 8i ■< "'•■V - Z9P t ivCIT. 9'1 'm o :<r "':!,y^v oSpupnng i 7""H!H Pl"wwa ■ :' • '•-*: •eSuipjmg;: •spusia pno £l0Ult{OOJ£ 83(00X9^ '•80[trRT *jo'0n|«^i«iox •TtBouio.idiay'. •pajfoidlug; spirojj jo joqiunjj •poXonIuijf JOAvocI-as,iojj jo gunouiy •uwo-jg po£o]ding; joaioj :coijoioBjnutij\i j.p .isquraj^ H8no.iog; .to uaioj

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STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

'...STANZAS. \ 'Tis when darkness prevails and. the world ;is at ■ rest, v •" j That reflection we most can enjoy j j While the darkness around us, at onco gives a 1 ■" . zest - ' ... . To the thoughts which no objects decoy. Then how sweet 'tis to muse on the time .that is fled, If with those that -we love it has passed; To remember each look, ov'ry word that wai said . By the friends we shall love to the last. - And though friends be_ . j — ■ "Julervene E're we taste the delight they'd inspire; Still ive ne'er can forget the bright days we have seen • With those that we love and admire. Rv D. At the annual meeting of delegates from the lodges of tho Manchester Unity Order of Odd fellows, South Melbourne District, held at the district chambers, Star Hotel, Windsor, on Tues day evening last, Bro. James Tribe, D.P.G.M-.j was unanimously electod Provincial Grand M ster. of the Order for tho ensuing twelve months This is the the third member of the Loyal Emer ald Hill Lodge during the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

Holtoway's Pills.—Weakening Weather.—The sultry summer days strain the nerves of the feeble and decrepit, and disease may eventuate, unless some restorativo such as these purifying Pills be found to correct the disordering tendency. Holloway's medicines give ease to the nervous system, which is the source of all vital movements, and presides over every action which maintains the growth and well-being of the body. No one can overestimatethe necessity of Keeping the nerves well strung, or the ease with which these Pills accomplish that end. They are the most unfailing antidote to indigestion, irregular circulation, palpitation, sick heudache, and costive ness, and have therefore attained.the largest sale and highest reputation. Judge Hapr once;said of a lawyer : "Ho has reached the "superlative life ; at first he sought to get on, and' then sought to get hononr, and now he is trying to get honest."

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Finlay, Ifila, and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 4 December 1873

EMERALD SILL POLICE COURT. Satueday, Novehbeb 29, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Finlay, Iffla, and Mouat, J.P.'s.) No Light.—John Wynu was summoned by the police for driving a vehicle after sunset and before sunrise without lights; fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Thomas Slater, for a similar offence, was fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs, or three days imprison ment in default. Resisting the Police.—William Curtain was brought up charged with resisting the police in the execution of their duty, and fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs, or 24 hours imprisonment in default. Disobedience of Order.—Christina Bignell sum moned her husband, James B. Bignell, for non compliance with an order of the court made on the 9th August last, for payment of 20s. weekly, reduccd by General Sessions to 10s. 'weekly, for maintenance ; . adjourned to Wednesday next. Joseph Cooko was summoned by Ellen Moore, for disobeying an order of the Court made on the 10th August last, for payment of 10s. weekly for ...

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