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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

Solloway's Pills.—Enfeebled Existence.—This medicine ombracea every attribute required in a general and domestic remedy; it overturns she foundations of disease laid by defective food and impure air. In obstructions or congestions of tUe liver, lungs, bowels, or any other organs, these Pills are especially serviceable and emi nently successful. They should bo kept in readiness in every family, being a medicine of incomparable utility for yoang persons and those of feeble constitutions. They never cause pain or irritate the most sensitive nerves, or most tender bowels.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

CRICKET. The sixtli junior club match between the ilon tagu e (holders) and Forth Fitzroy cricket clubs was commenced last Saturday at Emerald Hill, on tho ground of the former, near the Butts. The visitors went in first, and were in for about an hour, for the small total of 31 runs. The Montague followed, with their first and when the fifth wicket fell, onlv 12 runs had been scored. The upshot of things looked Tory blue indeed for the holders at this period, and tho visitors were jubilant at the idea of the cup being taken to •North Fitzroy. The sixth man; Morgan, how ever, soon dispelled these illusions, for no sooner had the first over been booked, than he hit about right merrily, and topped the score of the visitors in himself, being smartly stumped by Whiteoak, after scoring 34 in a surprisingly quick manner. T. Groube and Treadaway followed, contributing 7 each to the score, the latter bein<* not out; the score was thus increased to 70, when the last wicket fell, le...

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 — 26 February 1874

rrVHE SOUTH MELBOURNE CO-OPERA J. T1VE DRAPERY AXD OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, M CORKER OF " CLARENDON AXD DORCAS STREETS. • • f. ■ J. • B . Y O U L , , iii opening the above cstablfehmjnt,; beljevw &c. will supplv a long felt wsiut on Emerald JiiU. The inamigmtiou of a. system whereby the COKSfJiEB will succeed in having an interest,iu and acquiring a certain fixed proportion of the profits accuin", either as Discount allowed on Cash 1 ur chases Annual Interest 011 Weekly Payments; or, Credit until Hie amount of the purchase money of the goods bought is paid up. ' The business will be conducted strictly on tlw principle of sMAix moms asd QriCK ketchss, as the larger the quantity of goods disposed of in :i „i-,-en time, to in proportion. the lcss_ profits wiS be required to pay the expenses. Example. —If the 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 15 per ccut: or 3s. on every £. . jSow,...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS A !TD : DEATHS. Deputy Registrar. E. Prendergnst G-. 5V ISTagle... D. Morison ... A. Hummer... A. Plnmmer... 12 , 21 35 •: 27 3 7 7 9 6 6

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SCRIBBLER. Scribimus indocti doetique, [?]HORACK. Sege totum sivis scire totum. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

TEE SCRIBBLER: Scribimus i&docti doetique, Sege totum sivii soire totum. So the Falls Bridge is to be repaired at last. Better late than never. Now two very important parties in our town are at variance as to whether it shall be shut up or not during the repairs. The ferrymen, of course, cannot understand how it can be repaired without being closed, and the cab men imagine that nothing is easier than to do one-half at a time. They do not think that by the time they hare waited at one end until some half dozen stone carts have got across, that they might hare gone round by Princes Bridge in the same time, I know one thing. If Mr. Hilyard does not hare his plank-way repaired I shall go straight on to the wooden bridge orer the railway, and cross by the next ferry below Mb, Some places are positively dangerous, and I won't run the risk of breaking my legs any more, even if he is worth powder and shot. "What a grand place we're getting. I notice that the Victorian Volunteer Cava...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT. 24 Bank-street East, Emerald Hill, February 13, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT. 24 Bank-street East, Emerald Hill, February 13, 1874. His Worship the Mayor of Emerald Hill. Sib,—I have the honor to submit the following report for the year 1873 :— The health of the district during the past year has been good. The diaeaiea most prevalent have been scarlet fever, diphtheria, pneumonia, hoop ing cough and diarrhoja. The births in 1873 were 738, and the deaths 312, an increase in the population, after deducting the number of deaths, of 396. The number of deaths that hare occurred during each month of the past year is as follows:— Under Over 1873. 5 . 5 Total. Tears. Tears. 13 9 22 February 17 5 22 March 12 12 24, April 15 14, 29 May ..... 10 14 24 June 5. 13 18 13 17 30 August 11 20 31 September 17 ' 18 35 October 19 13 32 November 23 19 42 December 23 10 33 Total...... . 178 161 342 Of the above deaths no leas than six were children—five males and one female,—the eldest only three months' old, who were accidentally suffocated in bed; two »a...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE REMOVAL AND RE-ERECTION OF THE YARRA BANK TOLL HOUSE AND GATES. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for tlie opinions expressed by our Correspondents.]] THE REMOVAL AND EE-ERECTION OF THE YAKRA BANK TOLL HOUSE AND GATES. To the Editor of The Record. Sib,—A month ago tenders were called for the above-mentioned works, and several tenders were then sent in. I can account for the lowest three—£70; the next, £88103.; and another, £90. What I would lite to know, Sir, ie whether the conditions, with the successful tenderer, have been carried out by the Public Works' Committee, that is forfeiture of deposit for non-fulfilment of contract. All, I suppose, tendered on the same footing, to complete work to the specification, and if the conditions have not been complied with, I maintain they ought to be, and the next tender taken; and being the next lowest, I am still Trilling to take up and complete the work at my price, on the conditions specified, seeing that the work is advertised again. Our worthy councillors, probably, never think of the trouble a...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OTTO AND LANGEN'S ATMOSPHERIC GAS ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

OTTO AND LANG-EN'S ATMOSPHERIC GAS ENGINE. Now that wo hare one of the above no'el engines in woiking order probably our readers will read with no little interest a short description of this wonderful invention which for limited power is far in advance of steam. In appearance to the casual observer the engine is somewhat similar to an iron column with a large wheel placed on the npper end, the works being so mechanical ar.cL oompact in their construction that they are almost lost sight of. This wonderful little engine feeds upon the common coal gas for lighting, and the way it works may be briefly explained as follows, viz.:— gas and air, mixed in such proportions as to give an explosive compound, are admitted under a piston, which slides, air-tight, in a vertical cylin der, open at the top. The compound is ignited by a small jet of gas in front of the engine which ignites another within the cylinder which causes the explosion, and the explosion drives the piston upwards. The ignite...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, Foote, Mouat and Barker, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 21, 1874 (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimrno, Foote, Mouat and Barker, J.P's.) No Zight.—Alfred Bickle was summoned by the police for driving a Teliicle after sunset ■without lights, and was fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. Costs. George Burgi was fined las. and 2s. 6d. costs ; Wm. Langenton, was fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs; and Samuel Peel, 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs for a similar offence. Obstruction.—George Clarke was summoned by the police for placing certain boards in front of his [shop in Clarendon-street, thereby alleged to hare caused an obstruction ; fined 7s. 6d. and '2s.'6d. cost-s. • ' Eorse- Uncontrolled.—George T)urrerit siim . moned by the police for leaving his horse uncon trolled, was fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs. Stone Throwing.—Six young lads, named re spectively, Robert Labden, Win. Labden, James Young, Thomas Williams, Wm. Dover, and John Pollard, were summoned by the police for throw ing stODes , to the danger of (he persons in a publ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. (CONTINUED)[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. (From our own Correspondent.) (Continued)' John Pugb, a tailor of Tooley-strcet, got into a metaphysical argument as to the whereabouts of the seat of the soul in the human being, at Hor leydown. The discussion toot place at the bar of a public house, accompanied by gin and water. One insisted it was in the heart, the oslier main tained it was in the brain; words begat passion, and the champion of the heart threatened to " throw over" his opponent. He did throw him down, and fall on him. The tailor was under; he went home, and afterwards to O-uy'B Hospital, where he died in three days, just as the surgeon had written down his version of the affair, and was about to read it over to him. Post-mortem revealed rupture of the bladder. The name of HcGaim belongs to the manslayer, and supplies a glass to the reader. If not as wittily discussed as Arburthuot's famous trial in " Maritnus Scrib lerus," it was as stoutly argued. It is a sad job that a human life was lost ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, Foote, Mouat, and Barker, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

/YVeks-esday,- Febeuaby;25, 1874/j j ^ ..(Before.Messrs. Sfolay, Nimuio, JToofce,* Mouat,; and Barker, J.P.'s.) ! Sorte Uncontrolled.—Andrew Guiriane and! John Guinarie were summoned by the police for .leaving Jtbeir- horses and vehicles '.'uncontrolled !;< 5s. each with 2s. 6d. costs. :,;David, O'NeiT^ for a similar offence, ;was; fined 103. with 2s. 6d. coats. _ f>0 Light.—Richard Tomlins, summoned by the .police ' for having' 110 lights on .his .vehicles after sunset, was lined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Debt Cases.—A. lilley v. Cavl Johnson, goods, £1 14s. lid.; payment ordered with 5s. costs, Joseph:JNixon y.'r-r-iJM'Ifain,' goods, 7a; 6di; ver-, diet for the amount, with 5s. costs. Ellen Scho field v. Thomas Hope; fraud summons, £1; amount to be paid in four weeks with 7s. 6d. costs,- or'seven days iniprisohment in default. J. "Walker v. James Martin, special, £3 ; postponed for four weeks. Vfm. Barker v. Patrick Pagan, work and labor, £2 10s. 6d.; verdict for the ...

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 — 26 February 1874

,Toto of Emerald Hill. ■ DOGS. OWNERS OF "DOGS are reminded that the. time for REGISTRATION commenced on the 1st inst. .TAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. T Towof Emerald' Hill." }HE RATE COLLECTOR, (Mr. Charles Jas. Durham), . , ATTENDS, DAILY At the Council Office, FROM SKE till TEN O'CLOCK, a.m., To receive * . ' PAYMENT OF BATES. ■ ■ t.order.: "V y. . V|. ,, JAMES EVILLE, . < . *!.-,! *■<!<•. vTown Clerk. Town ^fsEaeraldl Hill; ■:>- '■ CLEANSING- OF CESSPITS, PRIVIES, AND' EARTH CLOSETS.' SOT1CE TO OWSEES ASD OCCUPIERS OT PEOPEETY ; I.VrTIE TOW>" OF EJIEIUZD HIIE. THE arrangements will be Bimple, and cause the least amount of inconvenience possible. Ail oflicc is now open at the Council Chambers, every morning from Nine till Twelve, for receiv ing the fees and issuing the necessary orders." " By order, • ■ JAMES EVILLE, ■ Town Clerk. .Emerald Hill, Feb. 19,1374. • . , - ! 1 : " , ...i ... 1 C- '.j.-' \" •- ! " Totto of Emerald Hili. EMERALD HILL POU...

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 — 26 February 1874

Tailors, Drapers, &c» YY 1 E L I A II I E E 6 P S on; Tailor and Clotliier, «>» ; .132 Clarendok Stkkkt, Emeuaid Him, ■ «>. (Opposite St. Luke's Church.);; ■ < j ■;;; j Vurraviile and Geclong Tweeds always on *hdud. R S. A p: P L E - B'-T M "li Killaier,.Dressmaisar, 145 CLARENDON ST.,.EMERALD ffrr.T, : : Ail lands of Drapery Goods sblil'at' tlielowest possible .price's; 6r;also, a large assortment of " . j 3 UiT)IA2jT EMBROIDERY (just arrived) , . Comprising Infant's "Robes, Short Frocks^LinlieV; Petticoats. Fockeihandkerchiefs, and narrow strips for trimmings, See. ; Hats and Yeathcrs Cleaned* - • M, B, S . EL E.T C H E R ' S Drapery, Millinery. Mantle, and Dress .-making Establishment. •81 BASK STB EE T WEST," Next the KomanCatholic Chapel, Emerald Hill. SIuslc. 1YJ7! K- ; A- II- w , E S T; " Teacher of tieTioliaj; ;■ Removed from 99 York Street- East to; .. 110. NAPIER STREET, EMERALD HILL.. "jyp- "fa ;S I C A L . NO G.iE.;i C0H02RTINAS Vh;; ".'And/every...

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 — 26 February 1874

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 I ■■■■■"■■ .■ • ■ ■ ' . ' until countermanded bq a written notice, unless i ' the time is particularly sjiecjied. Aid notice can be taken .of anonymous communica Hons. .Ecery letter must be.accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a -guarantee of good ' faith.

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 — 26 February 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are   inserted FREE OF CHARGE, and communica-       tion of such events are respectfully solicited.] DEATHS.     RAYSON.—On the 17th inst., at Brighton,   Harriet Elizabeth, infant daughter of Wal-   ter and Maria Rayson, aged three months. WILSON.—On the 21st inst., at Beach-street,     Sandridge, Amy Louisa Jane, infant daugh-   ter of John and Isabella Wilson, aged one year and eleven months.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1874. THE PERMISSIVE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 February 1874

EMERALD HILL ; ! TSUSSSATf FEBRUARY 26, 1874. ; THE PERMISSIVE BILL. } «■ Before many months have elapsed this measure will, most prabablv, again be discussed in Parliament, aad'-must : be either passed o.rre jected. .Now is the 'time for the constituencies- to decide which it shall be. "We believe the voice of the country -will be totally against the pleasure. And even if the Lower Chamber should allow it to pass, Ave doubt much if the Upper House would permit to go to a second reading. These two beliefs, however if widely spread,, are the very things to cause the opponents of the Bill to play into the hands of its promoters it. always the feeling of : security that begets carelessness. It is in-.the supposed invincible fortress that the guard sleeps. If the electors are against the Bill becoming law, its is their duty now, to take the necessary steps to secure the; election of any; candidate, they may choose to place their confidence in. A battle is often lost or won in the Genera...

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 March 1874

mKE SOUTH MELBOURNE CO-OPERA JL -i -TITE DRAPERY AND OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, £"<' COBSES OF . CLARENDON AND DORCAS STREETS. ' J. B. Y 0 U L , ' . ' In opening the above establishment,-'believes he supply a long felt want onEmerald'Hill. 7'-" The inauugniiion of a system wherebythe, cojfstnntB will succeed in baring an interest,in and acquiring a certain fixed proportion of the "profits r 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 small ritOFiis axd quick betcbss, ] as the larger the quantity of goods disposed of in' .. '.a giTen time, to in proportion the less profits . .. will be required to pay the expenses. Example: V. -—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 1...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FACTS, FANCY, & FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

PACTS, FANCY, 8s PUN. An Early Spring—Jumping out of bed at lira in the morning. A good reason why a little man should neror marry a bouncing widow. He might be called a widow's uiite. . . When a womau gets a letter 3he carries it w her hand, but a couple of pounds of sausage she manages to squeeeze into her pocket. A Skye terrier head-dress is the latest freak ot the fashionable girls in Kew "iork City. They will have the distemper as the next fashionabl® thing. _ - A blushing damsel called at the office ot 3 paper a few days since aud enquired for " papers for & week back," and that iuuoccut young publisher's clerk thought she wanted perhaps a sticking-plaster, instead of a bundle of papers suitable for a bustle. A Hard Case.—Some one say3 that a passen ger going down the Bristol Channel on. board a steamer oue night sat on the deck attentively watching the revolving light on Imudy Island. He at length exclaimed, (i By jingo! the wind blows that light out as fast as the ma...

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 March 1874

"CT* 0|R ;T H<E ; Bio O D, IS,THE LIFE.' ..SceDcuteronomy,chap. xii.. versed . ;.rp.La.ricb's . -WrORM> FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. Trade' Mark—u Blood Mixture." .. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AXDKESTORER, For cleausiug and clearing the blood from nil impurities cannot Ik; too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kiuds, it Is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures OKI Sores '•s;r Cures "Ulcemted Sores on. the Keck. . , Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs. ;v Cures Blackheads, or pimples on the Face, • Cnres Scurvy;Sor03.; •, V . Owes Cniicerons Ulcers, r , ,•. .. • -r ' ' \ 1 ' Cnres Blood aud'SkinDiseases." ' i . Cures Glandular Swellings'.. ■••• ' . __ •; Cures the Blood from all impure niatter ' ... , From whfitever cniiiearismg^ , As this mixture is pleasantto thertastc,:and warranted free from any thin?-injurious to"'the most- deiicate constitu tion of cither sex, the.proprietor.solicits sufferers id'give it a trial to test its Value. >, ...

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

Undertakers. TT7 J. (5 A B E L L - » » • Late Newman, Ptmeral tTuderta&eiy BAY STREET, SAND BID GE, Respectfully announces that be has taken the business 'lately carried on by Mr. Newman, and hopes by ef ficiency and oaie to sccure a share of public support Bereaved relations and friends may feel assured that every wish will be studiously observed with regard to the solemn duties that may'.be intruated to .him. l*iEcOBomy and:Diligence "irilliways bo his motto.1

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