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The Recivd EMERALD HILL: TEUHSDA. JANUARY 29, 1874. THE EUACHASE OF THE M. H. B.U.RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

EMERALD HILL: V TEUHSDA.^ 'JANUARY 29, 1S74. THE, EUACHASE, OJWE M. ll. B.U..EAIL.WAY. We must take credtt to ourselves fori the demonstration that was made byl the United.Councils in the deputation to-the GomthisSioner of Railways last "week. Notwithstanding the delay which! has taken place and which no doi^btj . ■will be further'" prolonged, there i^iio1 doubt that the purchase ;of the M. and! H. B. U. B'ailway lines By the state, merely; a question'of time. >There;is a growing belief,..among all-classes,,thati the change of proprietory, must take; place; 'The difficulty which is experi-, enced in arriving at a. settlement of a maximum and a minimum price, to be submitted to the~arbitrators, does~n~ot say much 'for' the"pbwer"6f appreciating the whole question, possessed by either ' side. Of course a maximum price fes ^necessaryi'.'becau-se: asuMrl iGiLEigs truly remarked ito' a:recent!d3putation, Whi^o^.jge^er^Uyr^tR^e^^pri^te before public iuterests',and it was de ,a,^ng„t})e...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS MORNING (THURSDAY). (Before Messrs. Finlay and Page, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

This JIorxixg (Thuksday). (Beforo Messrs. Fiulay and 3?age, J.P.'s.) Larceny.—A seaman, named George Mitchell was charged with stealing certain goods, yaluo 40s., the property of Alexander McArthur, 135 Park-street West, iu the afternoon of 28th iust. Sentenced to two months imprisonment with hard labor. Tjnlairful Assault.—Benjamin Morgan Jones was summoned by his wife, Sarah Jones, for assaulting her; the Bench ordered him to find a surety of £10 and himself in a like amount, to keep the pcaco for six months. Drunkenness.—James Gardener, charged with being drunk and disorderly; was fined 20s. or seven days imprisonment, j. J. Pinkertou for a similar oilencc, was fined Is. uu. or one hours' imprisonment. A French writer has described a young lady as a creature that ceases to kiss gentlemen at ten and begins again at seventeen. Why is a locomotive like a new married couple ?—Because there's a 'tender' connection. A Georgia paper publishes a letter which it claims was written by its ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EDUCATION. (No. 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

...EDUCATION. [ VNo. 6.) - rJJHE MinisteA of Education, promised all spirts of reiprms. should-be made at \ll ejjoAi me ace ra e n t of the present year. He'ltas.rescSinded his edict against the infliction of corporal punishment on. boys. That is one stop certainly, and. has been taken none too soon. But there is one subject which requires his ; attention. We allude to the payment for school requisites^y,the,children,, or, foir~iT"aii>ounts to the same thing,' : their .^parents.' As: long - as this* con- . .tinnes-'we maintain that.the compulsory • "clauses cannot -be enforced-; inasmuch.. as " free" education is not in existence. . !\V*^:'commend.this subjecti to the seri 'ous consideration'of Boards.of Advice, and think-thatthey;should remonstrate with the "Minister on the continuance of-.ai practice; directly- opposed1''to- the . , spirit of the Act, and, as Sir. Stephen has move than once'admitted, the in tension, of (its framers.- ^ . C ■ It niatte/s not how si\mll the am^iy...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

LOCAL INSOLVENT. Robert Strode, of Moray place, Emerald Hill, storeman. Causes of insolvency—Sickncss and death iu family, want of regular employment, and from becoming security for a debt due by anothor person. Liabilities, £85 Ss. Hid.; assets, £26 10s.; deficiency, £5S ISs. lljd. Mr. Goodman, assignee. SnoiiT Tests.—A shrewd but homely Scottish matron, in speaking of preachers, said she " had nae great brew o1 the minister that had a lang screed of the Bible for a text; for she aye noticed that ae man's work was but little seen on a big job." A young lady upbraided an admirer for his flirtations during a long absence. You are too bad to be pardoned. But if I discard you I shall punish myself most, and so I will ignore what is past, and enjoy your society as much as I can while I live. Mr Love is Like the Red Red Rose.—A sensitive American gentleman says that to kiss a rosy-cheeked girl, and find your mouth filled with Venetian red, and she growing pale on it, is truly awful. A Sc...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT: SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Page, Mount, Nimme, and Smith, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

EiMERALD SILL POLICE COURT: Saturday, Janttaet 24, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Pago, Mount, Nimmo, and Smith, J.P.'s.) Wvitances.—Robert Atkinson -was summoned by the Inspector of Nuisances for allowing the contents of two cesspools to overflow, for which he was fined 10s. with 15s. 6d. costs in each case. , No Light.—Robert Jones was fined 5s. with 2s. j 6d. costs; Gilbert Aclieson, 2s. Gd. and 2s. 6d. costs ; George MeFarlane, 5b. with 2s. 6d. cests ; Eugene McCarthy, XOs. with 2s. 6d. costs ; Wm. James Pritchard, 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs ; and H. Nelson Buck, 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs, for driving their reticles after sunset without lights. Insulting Language.—Margaret Londonelli was summoned by Jane Hood for using! insulting words in a public place, and was fined 60s. with £2 2s. costs, or six weeks imprisonment in default. Abusive' Words.—Ann Elizabeth Keatch was summoned by her daughter-in-law, Fanny Leonora Keatch, for abusive language, and was fined £1 witli 5s. costs. ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

ORICEB T. The fourth match for the Junior Cup was com menced last Saturday at Emerald Hi!l between tho local clubs Montague and Emerald Hill. The latter who went in fir3t succeeded in totting up 42 at the fall of the seventh wicket, hut the re mainder of the team did not show up, and the Montague went on with their first innings, occu pying the wickets for the remainder of the day, the last wicket falling for a total of 132. They had to contend against very weak bowling and fielding on the part ef their opponents, most especially the latter, and the large score is mainly attributed to the several easy chance9 that were given and declined. C. Baker with 44 was the top scorer, but should not have made but one third of that number, the be3t batting being dis played by the brothers P. and A. Waldron, the former making 18 and the latter 20 (not out). The bowling of P. Baker and Morgan for the holders was good, the latter however securing the greatest number of wickets. Gourlay for the Hi...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

Tffwa of Emerald Sill. <4- — BYE^L^W^No. 52. ,S®f THEr;&EGU3iATIOS : AND .GOTEESrsIESlN) m #{. r')': ^ h'\: "the Cattle JIaeket: of the Town of (Eme fsM- ■■'<-$ i -4 baid'cHili. hade rMjEii THE Provisions Of the 174m a>*d 3S2xd Sections of the Bosouons Statute. IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council of the Town —of—Emerald- Hill, to be held on.MOXDAY,_2nd_ I[gJ>ruary pros., it isthe intention of the said Cgjiiicil confirm the resolution passed on Mon day, the otli* January iris't', adopting the above ---Bye-law,"Copy- of which was - published.-in- the Becord newspaper, on-Thursday, 1st Jan., 1874'. • A '• JAMES EVILLE, ; Ton-n Clerk.. •: *Emerald;Hill, 6th Jan., 1874- ^ j ' • Totth of 3mcrald.-^ill'. I" X IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that the foliosv . :.iug Special Order was duly) made by the Town Council of Emerald Hill, at the Ordinary I .--.Meeting thereof, held on Holiday, the 5th day. of I January, 1S74, and. will bo confirm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

; Tailors, Drapers, <Sc.c. ' ILIA M J E;R GU S O '.N,: c. ■; " Tailor aad.-.OiotMbx,: v 132. Clake>'do>- Street, Emekaij) '-Hill, • , (OppositeSt. Luke'sChureii.).- , '.j; .. ,1'arraville and Geeleng Tweeds alwajs'ou liand. K S. A P P L E B Y, M Milliner, Dressmaker, &c-, ■;145 CLARENDON ST,, EMERALD HILL.. kmUs of ttrapcvv Goods «Ul at the lowest possible prices; also, a large assortment of ;; 1. •- INDIAN EMBROIDERY (just arrived) •!' Comprising Tufaufs Holies. Short Frocks,. Ladies* Petticoats; 'po'ckctlumdkerclvicf*, and narrow strip's for triuiiuiuga, &cr •• . • ? Hats anil Feathers Cleaned;- « m :E S . . V- ,T< E T C If E. R " S drapery, idllineryvMantlfcand Bress T,V mating: Establishment.:.:■ '• 81 BANK STREET WEST, Next tile Soman Catholic Chapel, :Emerald Hill *. ' Music. . R. A. II. W E S T, 1 - Teacher of the Violin, r \ r Removed from 99 York StreetjEasfc.to. 0;- ■ r-t-jH— . *110* NAPIER STREET, EMERALD.HILL., i ■ Ou t.■' - • ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

Holloway's Oinimcit and Pills.—Diseases of W.omf»u—»JIiKlical science ill all ages .hus-ibeen directed to allenate'the many "'maladies incident! -to femalos, but Professor Holloway, by dilligent study and attentive observation,.was,iqducud jo believe that' lVatuye bail' provided a;r.euiedTyfor; these special diseases; After' 'vast\ research he: succeeded in compounding'his celebrated Pilis; and ( Ointment, w.hich embody -the .principle naturally designed' for the relief and cure of: disorders peculiar.to '.vomer, of.al^ ages andi constitutions,--whether residing iu warm or cold: climates.-' 'i'liey have repeatedly corrected dis-j ordered functions which had defied the usual' drugs prescribed by medical men, and with the) .Styi. jnore satisfactory,result-,that, .thejnalady,;hasj teen completely and permanently removed."

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1879. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Page, Mouat, and Whiteman, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

"Weditesdat, J Ay u ae x 29, 1874. (Before Messrs. Kmimo, Page, Ifouat, and Wliiteman, JJP's.) Debt Cases.—James Fieldhouse v. James Pear son and — Downie, goods, £15 9s. 5d.; Verdict for the amount with 30s. costs. Wm Earam v.   Annie Goodwin, rent, £11 14s.; payment ordered with 2s. 6d. costs. A. J. Earam v. Wm.Everard, rent, £14 16s.; amount awarded with 2s. 6d. costs. James Swallow v. James Miller, fraud summons, £1 3s. 10d.; postponed for one week. James Swallow r. James Miller, goods, £1 9s.; Terdict for tho amount with 5s. costs. Jolm Stapleton v. John McKey, fraud summons, £2 0s. 7d.; amount to be paid within 48 hours with 7s. 6d. costs, in default fourteen days imprisonment. Thomas Noble v. Edward Cliff, fraud summons, £13 los. 6d.; payment ordered in 48 hours or eight weeks imprisonment in default. Thomas Ewart r. Henry Miles, rent of apartment and work and labor, £5 5s. Mr. Faussett appeared for complainant, and Mr. Head for defendant. The amount claimed was ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 January 1874

Birtiis,3VXarria^es, ana De^atias. l t [Notices of Births, Maniages, and'DeatHs are inserted; puee of.charge, and communication...of.sucKevcnts .are' espectJun^*iS9Uicii_tecU] ^ ^ 2^ . j BIRTHS         PRALLE. —Ou the 25th 111st., at 20 Stead-street,! 'Emerald Hill,- jVIrsv-Gk 'W. Pralle of Win sons. ' • Swift.—Oil the 2Gth-" inst.;at''Dorbpbtofe'[ip,! St: Vincent-street east, Albert Park, the ivife-'of -Mr. George Swift of a son.   MARRIAGES             COLCLOUGH-TULLOCH. — On the 27tii inst., at the reside!] £e of the bride's fatherj'Park-street, Emerald'Hill, by tbo Rev. J. .S. Wliogh, John Colplough, merchant, Emerald HillytoMary Carr, only daughter of Captain James Tullooii. j COLLINS-LUCEY. —On.the 2Gth*iusfr., at Trin ity Chureh, Sandridge, by the Be v. Mr. Piatt, ..Harry 0ColUus to Jaiie Lucey, i>oth of Sand hurst.j _ . ... .... HA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

The south melbourjte co-opera TIYB DRAPERY AND OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, COENEB OP CLARENDON AND DORCAS STREETS. ; J. B . T O U L ', . In opening the above establishment, believes fce ■will supply a long felt want on Emerald Hill. ' The- inauugration of a system 'whereby the COKSUJIEB will succeed in having an interest, in and acquiring a certain fixed proportion of the profits accruing, either as Discount allowed oh Cash 1 ur ehases ; Annual Interest, on Weekly Payments ; or, Credit until the amount of the purchase money of. the goods bought is paid up. :Th6 business will be conducted strictly on the principle of small mohts and quick eeturks, as tho larger the quantity of goods disposed of in a Given- time, to in proportion the less profits •will be required to pay the expenses. Example. If the expenses amounted to, say £15 per week, and the quantity of goods sold did not exceed £100, the profit required to bo charged -would bo 15 per cent, or 3s. on every £. *ow, if i the business do...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

CRICKET. The fourth match for the Junior Cup was re sumed last Saturday. The Emerald Hill com menced their second innings, and were confident of preventing the game resulting in a one innings match for the holders, who were already ninety runs ahead in their first innings.' The game was resumed a little after three, tlio holders fielding with nine men only, two of which were substi tutes, Morgan and WaMron, however, bowled well for them, and notwithstanding tlio meagre field they succeeded in disposing of their oppon ents for 55 runs, making a total of 97 in their two innings, and 35 runs behind the first innings of the holders. The Emerald Hill, however, had to play three men short in their first innings, and although they played a full team in the second it was not the best and their defeat they attribute to this cause as well as the very weak fielding they showed against the holders at the com mencement of the match. Blair was the only one who made any score at all, carrying out ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Miscellaneous. WILLIAM DETMOLD, Importer of Paper and Stationary, Account Book Manufacturer, BOOK HIKDEE &. PAPER KUS3BS*. Cow-ixs Street East, SIeiboukne. Medical. ;"T7AOn THE ULOOB IS TH3- L1FE> JD IScc J)eutcn>uomy. chap. >.!»., vcrie | - CLARKE'S : I:-!;....' ..WORLD PATVIEB XSX.OOX5 lyUYTtTSE.", < 1r:ulo Murk—" Blood Mixture." " i Tiri.*t;iiEA.T blood i-umfier axd iiestobUk, For clcniisiog snd clcariug tlic bloocll from all impurities,. cnunot be too highly recommended. •» For Scrofula/Scurvy, Skin Diseascs>"and Soros of a1I< kiuds,it is a never-failing and iiermaucus cure. -, \ • ' ,,' ? It Cures Old Sons. CuraJJlcerated.^res.bnitheXecl:. Cures Ulcerated SorcLefw. ' ' . ^ Cures Ulackheads.orPimplcs on the Face. " . Cures Scurvy Sores. , . •. • Cures Cau'cerous Ulcers. ' '; -• • ■ * Ciu^s'BlckKl and Skm BistVt-cs:*. ' r • ' ^ • Cmis Gluuduiar Swellings*... -f .-..r.jk. <r - • -.Clews the Mood from nllimpure matter - :. Fro^u^...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

WJ. G A B E L L, • I«ate Newman, Funeral Undertaker, BAY STREET, SAXDBIDGE, llespcctfully announce* that he fcus taken the business lately carried on by Mr. Newman, and hopes by ef ficiency and caie to" sccure a share of public support. Bereaved relations and friends may lcel assured that every wish will be studiously observed with regard to the solemn duties that may be intrusted to him, *'Econ'jmy and Diligence" willawaysbe his motto.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: TMURSDAY, FEBRUAHF 5, 1874. INSUFFICIENT POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

EMERADD -HILL"; TMUliSDA r, FEBRUAHF- 5, 1874» 1 INSUFFICIENT P.OLICE PRO-, '.TiiCTIpN!'. . .' Several complaints-have recently ap peared in our columns regarding the insufficiency of the police protection of •tflio-- nfuz tions of inefficiency and wantof energy have 'beeii made. - We' think these charges havebeenadyanced,notsomuch from a" knowledge of their correct ness^ as but having been deduced from the apparent results of such deficien cies. There is no doubt that there is room for- great complaint as to the way in which the Hill is treated in this manner, but we would ask, is the fact of larrikihism being rampant and petty larceny rife, to be attributed to the inefficiency of the police so much as'- to the want • of a sufficient .num.-' ber of constables ? .We' believe we are right' in saying that there has been no increase in the number of con stables stationed on, Emerald Hill for, the last ten years, although the number of population has more than doubled, and the'extent of...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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MR. FERGUSON'S PAMPHLET. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

ME. FERGUSON'S PAMPHLET. To the Editor of the Record. Sib,—As I do not suppose tho Rot. Mr. Potter will lower himself so much as to notice Mr. W. Ferguson's pamplilot, I trust you will giro me space for a few remarks thereon. I Ihave read Mr. Ferguson's pamphlet, very carefully, and have come to tlio conclusion—1.— That it does not rebut the serious charges brought against him as an honorable man and a professed Christian. 2.—That, if you leave out the tenth page relating to the Rev. Mr. Lind say's case, it substantiates ' the truth of Mr. Potter's: statements regarding tho Church his tory. Now for the grounds upon which this conclu sion is based. Conclusion 1: —When Mr. Forguson comes (on page 21) to tho pastorate of the Rev. J. Mos3, does he disprove Mr. Potter's statc ents respecting the shameful way in which Mr. Moss's Church was broken up by him? Does he give any explanation of tho serious charges of double dealing laid against him on 16th and 18th pages of Mr. Potter's pamphle...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMEEALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Finlay, Mouat, Page, and Nimmo, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

EMEEALD SILL POLICE COURTj Saturday, January 31, 1874. (Before Messrs. Ifollison, P.M., Finlay, Llouafc, Page, and Ximmo, J.P.'s.1) I Horse Uncontrolled.—Alfred Bicklc for not | having bis under control, was fined 10=. with 2s. 6d. costs, or three days imprisonment in default. No Light.—James Dulrymple was summoned by the police for driving a vehicle without lights after sunset, and was fined 03. with 2s. Gd. costs. Wm. Oliver for a similar offence was fined 10s. with 5s. Gd. costs. John Connelly v.*:is also sum* tnoucd for an ofl'eucc of a similar nat ure, and was fined os. with 2s. Gd. costs. Wasting Yan Yean.—George Crrey was; ac quitted 011 a snmmous for alleged wasting the Tan Yean water. 9 Insulting Behaviour.—James Fitzpatrick and John McKcckney were summoued by tlio' police for iusulting behavio ar in a public place. The first-named was fined 10s. with 5s. casts, or three days imprisonment,; and the latter being a well known character, was fined 20a. with 5s. costs, or seven...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FERGUSON v. POTTER. To the Editor of the Recerd. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

FERGUSON v. POTTER. lo the Editor of the Rccord. SlH,—There is a fact in connection with the disposing af the Baptist Church Lands in Howe Crcscent, which is not mentioned in Mr. Fergu son's pamphlet, he says that the unsold portion of the laud is mortgaged in the " Land Bant of Victoria" for tho sum of £600. Such was the case, but Mr. Potter some two or three months ago has transfered the mortgage to the " Victorian., Permanent Building Society," and increased the mortgago to the sum of £1000!! From the sale of the land to Mr. Ecddisli he received £1150 and from the mortgage £1000, mating altogether £2150 that Mr. Potter has received!! In justice to himBelf, to the trustees, and to religion he should satisfy the desire of tho public by stating plainly what ho has done with such a Hours, sc., Yeeitas. '

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WEDNESDAY, FRBRUARY 4, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Foote, Page, and Mount, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Wednesday, Feiihttaky -1, X874- . . .. ■ (Before Messrs. Finlny, Eoote, Page, and . ■ Mount, J.P's.) ■ • Abusive TV-ords.—Mary Pord was summoned by Mary Ijoadoueli for abusive langiiagis ; dis missed without costs...- ' Sell Cases.—Wm. Kico v. James E. Austin, fraud summon9, £4 5s. lid.; amount to bo paid ■with 7s. 6d. coat a, -within one mont h, or one Months imprisonment in default. John Brown v. Patrick Kelly, special, £6 4s. lid.; postponed for four weeks. Charles Duret v. James Scott, fraud summons, £3 18s. j payment ordered, to getliL'r~n-ith G3. costs within seven days, or one month's imprisonment. Edington and Kittlo T. Charles Napier, fraud summons, £1'1 5s. lid. ; order for tho amount with 7s. Gel. costs in three months, or two months imprisonment in default. Euiuglou aviu Kittle v. Thomas Humphreys, special, £7 7s. 5d.; payment ordered with 7». fid. costs in one month. James Swallow v. Chas. Miller, fraud summons,'£1 3s. 10J. ; amount to be paid with 7s. 6d. costs in seve...

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