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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] SALE OF ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. To the Editor of The Record [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

CORRESPONDENCE. [We aro not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] SALE OF ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. To the Editor of The Record Sib,—"Will you allow me, through the medium of your columns, to give publicity to a few re marks on a subject in which many of your readers are deeply interested. A report of the sessions of the Church Assem bly, given in oue of la«t week's numbers of the Argus, contains a piece of information which is, to say the least, rather startling to the members of the Church of England on Emerald Hill. A bill has beon brought in to allow the sale of St. Luke's Church j although there has been in circulation lately a report that the vestry -were contemplating some sueli step, the body of the parishioners who subscribed to the fund for erect ing the church, and devoted much time and labor to the same object, were not prepared to hear of such a proceeding as the sale of St. Luke's Church being taken without consulting them. The haste with which tho pro...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1872. (Before Mr. Sturt, P.M., Messrs. Nimmo and Foote, J.P's.) QUARTERLY LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

EMERALD BILL POLICE COTOT. Satuedat, Sept. 21, 1872. (Beforo Mr. Start, P.M., Messrs. JJnnmo and JToote, J.P's.) Quarterly Licensing Bench. Grocers Licenses.—William Power applied for a grocers' liconso for liis shop, 77 anil 79 Claren don-street ; and Thomas Macgregor applied for a removal of his licenco from tho corner of Moray ; and Cobdcn-streets to the corner of Moray and Raglan-streets, both of which were granted. Publican's Licenses.—Sydney Glover applied for a liconso for the Exchange Hotel, Cecil-street; Henry Maxwell for a house comer of Market and Clarke:streets j Richard Henry Dorricott, Occi dental Hotel, Moray-street; Thomas S. Davis, new house, corner of Clarendon and Chcssell streets; Wm. Downton, from his wife, for the kelson Hotel, Sandridge-road ; and George W. Hall, for the Golden Gate Hotel, Clarendon street, all of which were granted without oppo sition. Transfers. Temporary transfers were applied for and granted for the following houses :-jrary Ann Masterton t...

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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

DOW BY THE SEA. What little flagging there is in Sandridge is, I find, still in its proper position, and no barricades have yat heen erected, but witli tlie elements of social eruption always on hand, and with public meetings every other night, I feel as if my allot ment in street, Sandridge, thirty-two perches, for which I hold the Crown grant—was somewhere on the leeside of Mount Etna ; I have hoard of people living in places whore the "iniling tary" was called out and the Riot Act read! but what's that to Sandridge ? What from this out will be " The Charge of the Throe Hundred" as compared with the intrepid advance of Mr. Sub Inspector Burton and two-and-a-half water-police, who came forward at the doublo "as one man," and overawed the ratepayers ; who knows before I can put aforesaid allotment into the market a counter action may set in j Captain Swallow may bring his men into [the field; the fiery Carrick may vallv his ^somewhat demoralised host of friends and carters come down...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1872. (Before Messrs. Joyce, and Thomas, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

SAITDEIDGE POLICE COURT. Mo.vday, September 23, 1872. (Before Jlessrs. Joyce, and Thomas, J.P's.) Insulting Behaviour.—Hark Francis Clcary on bail, charged with insulting behaviour in a public street on Saturday night, mis fined 5s. or 24 hours imprisonment. Henry Bcaged, for a similar offence, fined 10s. or 48 hours imprisonment. Larceny.—Three lads named Charles Wm. Jleiland, William Begg, and Win. C. Charles respectively, on remand, from Kyneton, were charged with' stealing a shawl value 14s. tlio ! property of Alexander Aleston, Sandridge. Ser geant Jones asked for a remand till Thursday, for. tho lads Bagg and Charles, and to discharge MeiUrnd as lio was not identified, which was granted. Drunkenness.—^Francis Pear, was fined 2s. 6d. and Is. 6d. costs and cab hire. ' Henry R. Holder, fined 2s. Gd. John Simmons, fined 2s. 6d. or six hours imprisonment. Paroell Lawson, fined 5s. or twenty-four hours.; Jolrn Brown, fined 5s. or twenty-four hours. Harriet Morgan, fined 2s. "6d. or ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1872. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Sturt, Iffla, and Haig, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

Wednesday, September 25, 1872. (Before Messrs. ITiinmo, Sturt, Iffia, and Haig,: ' J.P's.) Alleged Indecent Exposure.—Henry Pureoll, who described himself as a clerk, was brought up cliarged on tiro! criminal informations with: ■wilfully exposing liis person to Miss Susan Braith-: waite, daughter of Mr. Braithwaite, Albert-road, Emerald Hill, and several children in her com pany. ! On the first occasion amongst the trees in the reserve near the Observatory, on Friday afternoon, the 20th inst., and on the second oc casion on Monday, 23rd inst., within the en closure in the Albert Park. Mr. Fisher defended the prisoner. Miss Braithwaite stated, that while walking in the reserve with the children, the prisoner loosed "his clothes and exposed his personronnnore than one occasion. This charge was considered by the Bench outside their juris diction. On the second charge, it was alleged tliat_tbe prisoner exposed hiinsolf several times in the reserve near the St. Kilda-road in the Albert P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

Important to AdvertiSb'r'8£-0 NOTICE! .. In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Record, all 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 written notice, unless the time is particularly specified.

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1872. DANGEROUS WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

£!)c Mfcorl). EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1872... DANGEROUS WRITING. There can be nodoubt that muchsocial benefit has been effected in all time by the writing of observant men, and public thought being thus directed to existing abuses and the best modes of rectifying them; but it is also equally patent, that much serious mischief has been effected, morally and socially, by the diffusion of reckless opinions and baseless theory. We have now an in stance of the latter in some papers pub lished in the Herald under the title of " Social Notes; " in this a most dan gerous communism is indicated, and arguments used, to show that no one has any rights of property whatever, however he may have become pos sessed of such property. This writer says he has in a former paper ventured to hint " that the manuals of political economy would have to be almost re written. He said so in reference to probable changes in the land system of England, and to the new relations now slowly working o...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE SEAMSTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

ORIGINAL POETRY. the' seamstress. Lighted by a feeble lump, Hands and feet benumbed with cramp, ; \Vorking by tlio midnight oil, Eyes bocoming dim with toil— Sits* the seamstress lone and weary, Buried iu her chamber dreary. Child of sorroTV—child of woe,— Born, oppressions bonds to know; Nought but trouble—nought but grief, Not a prospect of relief: Not a hope, and not a blessing;— Mating up for others dressing. Paid but just enough to keep, Stiching on while others sleep; Fingers sore by needle worn, Mind and body sad and lorn— For a rest in vain applying, Sinking, fainting, pining, sighing, little those for whom sho slaves Need the mercy that she craves: Little know the burning pain Which is harassing her brain: Little dream the anguish wearing,— Little heed or little caring. Daily on secludcd seat, Labor's duties to repeat;— . Morn or eve to her as one, Never finishd—never done. Life without a smile to cheer it, Home without a comfort near it. See her features thin and pale! See...

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CHURCH ENDOWMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

• CHURCH ENDOWMENT. Feav" persons were aware during the passing, of the bill for abolishing State aid -to religion, what very important concessions were being made in an other direction—not merely important as far as the various congregations were concerned, but with reference to the interests of others. The large majority of the community simply saw in it a leaving of religion to voluntary maintenance, and a ceding of the ground held by the respective denom inations for religious or educational purposes; we, however, find that in so believing the public fell into a grave error, and that the grant meant giving to religious bodies in fee simple to let or sell for building purposes, and therefore no one need be surprised to find a fine row of shops, flanked, of course, by corner public-houses, upou the street frontages of the church reserves ; and whereas the former grant-in-aid was mereily a comparitively small sum, which, even when supplemented by pew rents, fees, &c., furni...

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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

EMERALD HILL TO"TO COTOCIL. . . Adjouened Meeting. Thursday, September 19, 1872. Present:—Or. Nimmo (iu the chair), Cr3. Mills, Thistlothwaite, Philipson, Boy, Page, and Dante. The Mayor was unvoidably absent. Committee of the whole Council.—The report of this Committee was brought up by Cr. Mills, recommending:—1. In connection with the Clarendon and Market streets levels matter, that the matter, together with subject of the cut ting executed in Grant-street, be referred to the Public Worts Committee. 2. That -with regard to the Surveyor's report of worts desirable to be executed under the second instalment of the Loan, the list submitted be adopted in the order set; Surveyor to at once prepare plans and specifi cations for cawying out the works immediately. The report was adopted on the motion of Cr. Mills, seconded by Cr. Page. Deputation. Cr. Nimmo reported that on Tuesday last, the deputation waited upon Mr. Casey, in reference to the filling-up of the low lands between the San...

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THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

THE PLAGUE. In one of the metropolitan papers a fe'v days since was a report, happily a merely fictitious pney of 'the plague in Melbourne : we conceive that" such a -mode<of-calling. attention, to,, the,neces sity of sanitory reform is a judicious 'one, and might occasion very serious' -aiarm to'.miBre'-casual readers, .but: as.it.: is hardly our /'o^e to play the critic to our brother journalist, we can only pass it bye' simply as a question of taste.rJ' Still'we -think it should: have its teachings—its: morals—and house holders should, in anticipation of the dangerous period of summer, when the sweltering heats develop any mias matic matter,, or aid. in;s.the:s_;process.pf decomposition-oftanimal; or-".vegetable offal,, takel care",to have all receptacles .for refuse' of riny'kind^cleaned out; the * objectioriable;:":malter'i reniovedvto the . manure depot, ancValL'drains properly: cleanbed'':an'd'-put^4n®eff6ctivfercrepair. At the present time both the Hill and; Sandr...

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EMERALD HILL RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

EMERALD HILL RIFLE CLUB. The monthly competition of tlic above club toot place at I lie Snndridge Butts on Saturday, 14 th inst"., when the President's Cup, under han dicap, was fired for. The winner on the present occasion was Gunner Hendren, S.K.A., who suc ceeded in scoring G3 points, with a miss. The ■weather was fine, and the absence at Castlemaine of mauv members of the club was the reason why so lew members mustered at Sandridge. The following arc the scores over 40 points :— - 2same. i 200 | yards. 8'f ia d K o-S o £ eo-cs 1 =• ^ ■' '■ 5 r; '.EH... Gun.1 Hendren,' S:K.A. -*22 ■' •22 19 •• 2 65. Guu. Kellow,'EJT.A. •• ii is; *22 61 Gun Pe'l, EHA" 21 20; ■ 15 ::5; 61 Segt. M'Coacb, E.H.A: 21 •15' 8 11 55 ■' Private Dunne; C.B.-. -is; ;9 -12: ;55 Private Mills, P.R. ... 24'■ -15': ••4" ■12 55 • Gun ."'iVrirHuteliison; EH A .20 11-. •1 48 Gun; Smith, E.H.A. ' H' rfx' r 8" " 8 "' ;48" Gun.-Eodgers, E.H:A;. •15 ilS' V2" ■"■12' 44 Gun. Cross, E.H.A.- .'. 20, v9. s-jB" 8 .43 Lieut: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

miscellaneous. * ^::ciyicF^ReAN^:;^; s'brj;;.. |,; - Watchmakers,. Jewellers &:Opticians, - 165 * Elizabeth Street,1; " - I • ■ : " melbourne. " ' 7\ ' ■ . B5T/ Colonial Jewellery made to-Order. ... : PRBBLK A.\*D OTHER SPECTACLES. ,rr ! ■■■' MeDICAI; GaKD'! : i -ii; ; EDWAM^ MYERS, Jf.D. Duly; QualiflecV^lodiCnl-PrncUtioiicr,'::1' ; . ,r. ; (From PERU), ,;f t ... > \ -And Legally Registered by :he >!edical Board of Victoria Hereby notifies'to the public that lie-hhscominonccd'tbe' i practice of his profession. : ...... i DR. MYKRS lias for a number of rears, both in JSorth smd South America, matle the di-eases of a malignant type, such as .. ' . . . . j <JAXCER (without-operation)- • •• • GLANPUI. \K SWELLINGS - •• • 1 - VLCIX1S, SCROFULA -GOTTV rheumatism,! .• . -And other affections arising from ,• . ' IMPURITIES' OF THE BLOOD, :> A specialty. r^His unqualified success folly justifies: ;bim in asserting with confidence tuat he can relieve ,and cure •th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

Eolloway's Fills.—In casos of clironic indiges tion, disordered liver, and general debility, these Pills are wonderfully effective. They indeed liave 60 general and powerful an effect: on the whole system that thoy clear or ward off most of the U1b that flesh is hoir to. They cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, correct biliousness give tone to the stomach, excite a healthy appetite, produce a sound sleep, and impart increased energy to both mind and body. The admirable properties of these far-famed Pills are too highly appreciated to require lengthened encomium here, as thoy are resorted to by rich and poor of every nation. The cures thoy effect are not temporary or imperfect but are seen in a marvellous and most benficial,, change throughout the entire body, which enables it with renovated powers to resist the approach of all future attacks. TBODD'S Emerald Hill and Sandridge PAR CELS DELIVERY. Goods collected and delivered twice daily. Orders received at -the Clarence Hotel, Eli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

Town of Emerald sw NOTiqE. THE COLLECTOR attends at his'- office Town Council Chambers, !;'£ t EVERY MORNING; From 9 to 11, to Receive Payment of Rates. WILLIAM TOPE, |T1- , Bate" Collector. Borough! of .Saaaridge. LONDON INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF 1S73. THE Council of tliis Borough desires'to direct public attention lo the fact of the VIC TORIAN EXHIBITION in connexion with the abore, being about to be opened in •Melbourne about the 1st day of November next, to be closed earljf in Decembor following. The Commissioners! letter to the Council,' and their prospectus on the subject, lie at the Town Clerk's office for in spection. The Council would be glid to receive sugges tions from intending exhibitors or other persons interested in the matter. EDWARD CLARE, Town' Clerk. - ; 7th August, 1S72. . . Totra of Emerald : TENDERS will be received until 7^30 p.ni.i on Monday, 28th October, pros., For Leasing the Three-cbain-road Toll Gate. » n Saudridge-road ■; ,, „ . Yarra-bank-road , For ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

Tailors, Drapers, &.C. Cheapest Drapery House in the Colony. J. SHAW, 76a CLARENDON STREET, (Xext Hit or Miss Hotel) Informs his numerous customers and the public generally, that he is offering his Large Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY At Prices which will be found to be Lower than any other House in the Trade. J. S. would call special attention to his Large Stock of WINTER GOODS £3950 Worth, i ";Blouk^;^|touaiBqtil^vKJ-annel8U J all-wool Plaids, Crimean Shirtings, Tweeds, | "Wir.cie-, French Merinos, and every description of Woollen and Cotton Goods, purchased in this market before the great advance on wool, and ; ^vill be sold at a very small advance on cost. j A large assortment of Hosiery and "Woollen ' Pants at very low prices. Branch Establishment: Corner Bay and Raglan Streets, r SAKDEIDG-E. "'IMPORTANT NOTICE! Mrs. FLETCHER Begs most respectfully to inform her many liiends and the public of Emerald Hill that she has Opened those Premises, ; No. 81 BANS STREET WEST, (Near Ca...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

'WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. ' District. Deputy Registrar Births. Deaths.' Melbourne (South) Melbourne (North) Melbourne (West) Emerald 'Hill"..'. Snndridge : E.Prendergast Gr. F. Nagle... J. Warrnan ... A.. Plummer" A. Pliimmer 8:„ 31 1 .-is-. ■ 3 • 12 • 18 . •: 5:,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. . [Notices of Births, Marriages, and. Deaths are inserted, frek of charge, and communication^of such* events are respectfully solicited.] - . . ; ' BiitTHS. " V" .; T " . Parrt.—Oil the. 17tli inst., at 42' Howe Cres cent, Emerald Hill, the wife of Jolin Parrydfa daughter. . - Poulter.—On the 21st inst., at 107 Ferrars-: street, Emerald Hill, the wife of E. J. Poulter 'of a son. , MARRIAGE. ■ Harrison—Yeoman.—On the ISth inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. C. II. Cherbury, of Tarnagulla, Joseph H. ■ Har rison, of Inglewood, to Jane, eldest daughter of J ohn-Yeoman, of Emerald Hill.. • ' ' ' - : ' DEATH. Laekin.—On the 25th inst., at her parents' residence, 49 Park-street West, Emerald Hill; Anne, the beloved daughter of Sir. "Michael iarkin, aged nineteen years.

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FREEMASONS' GRAND INSTALLATION BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 September 1872

FREEMASONS' GRAND XNSTALLA TION BANQUET. Ax tlie monthly meeting of the " Yarra Yarra" lodge, E.C., held at the Myrtle Hotel, Coventry street, Emerald Hill, on Thursday evening last, the annual installation of officers took place. Bro. H. W. Lowry, Past Provincial Grand Senior Warden, officiated as Installing Master, assisted by Past Masters W. Cowper and T. V. Foote, ■who introduced' the brothers elected for install ation. The lodge was honored with the visit of the following and other officers who were present at the ceremony:—Bro. S. IS. Crew, W.M., " Duke of Sussex" Lodge ; Bro. E. Matthews, W.M., "Sandridgo Marine" Lodge; Bro. W. E. "Wood, " Lowry" Lodge ; Bo. J. A. Cantor, Junior Grand "Warden, E.C.; Bro. Leplastrier, Grand Registrar, E.C.; Bro. G. IT. Martin, Grand Junior Deacon, 'B.C.; C. R. Martin, Past Grand Junior "Warden, E.C.; Bro. W. Braithwaite, Past Grand Junior Warden, E.C.; Bro. E. Exon, Past Grand Organist, E.C.; Bro. J. D. Landells, Past Grand Master, E.C.; Bro. ...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872. (Before Mr. Nimmo, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

wedn-esdiy, October 2, 1872. (Before Mr. Jumrno, J.P.) An Alleged Imposler.—Henry italpli Jones was charged with making false representation and imposing on John Rainsford, of the Volunteer Arms Hotel, and remanded for a week for the production of evidence. Insulting Behaviour.—Foul- respectable young men named Michael Latcliford, William Whit horn, James '.Thompson, and James Henderson, were summoned by Air. H. Aides, draper, Claron don-street, Cor creating a disturbance outside his shop between eleven and twelve o'clock on Satur day evening last. There was another young mau with thom, but Mr. Miles was uuable to obtain his name and address. The two lirst-nauied wero defended by Mr. Walker, and the other two did not appear. Mr. Henry Miles slated, that be tween eleven and twelve o'clock on Saturday eveu ing last, after the shop was closed, they were alarmed by a loud knocking ou the shutters in front, which they imagined to be a notilicution of fire, and ou proceeding to learn the ...

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