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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND ] DEATHS. ' ; District. Deputy Registrar. Births.: Deaths Melbourne (South) Melbourne (.North) Melbourne (West) Emerald Hill Sandridge E. Prendergost G. F. JJVigle... D. Morison ... A.Plumnier... A. Plummer... v 7 ' 32 • 1 -11 : 5 15 24 1 • 6 . :-;5,

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 — 5 March 1874

-CRICKET."" The sixth Junior Cup Match was finished last Saturday, resulting in a victory for the holders by 5 runs and an innings to spare. At the con - elusion of the previous Saturday's play, the scores stood—Montague, first innings, 70; North Fitz roy, first iunings, 30; second, 19, with four wickets down, Hayes and Dyall being the " not out" men, with 5 and 0, respectively. At tlic pitching of the stumps last Saturday, Hayes and Dyall took their proper places at the wictets, and play was resumed; the game, however, had hardly commenced before the latter was clean bowled by Baker without adding to the score. Hayes was then joined by Passfield and these two contrived to make a stand, Hayes running up bis score to 13 when he was caught byJGroube off his own ball. P. Lambeth was caught and bowled by Baker for 1, C. Lambeth arid Sherry follow ing with two O's respectively. Hayward the last man then joined-Passfield, who had been playino steadily'without being able to score; his over...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1874. INCONSISTENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, MARCS 5, 1874. INCONSISTENCIES. What an immense book could be Written upon this subject, no one can tell, but -we shall content ourselves Svith referring to only a few glaring cases. A subject that has recently engaged much attention is the management of the Victorian Kail ways.' Par the last two years con tinual applications have been made to the minister to allow passenger trains ■ to be run on the Sunday. On the other hand, repeated attempts have been made by certain sections of religionists, to prevent trains from running on that day, on any account. Latterly the answer of the minister has been • that Sunday trains did not pay, and that for that reason he would not allow them to be run. Now, we think we can show this reason is an assumed one. It is about seven years since trains were run on Sundays on the Ballarat and Sandhurst lines of railway., and surely the fact of it being found unprofitable then is no reason why it should be so now. We must remembe...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

EMERALD SILL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. The fortnightly, meeting of the committee.of management of the above Society was held in the Mechanics' Institute, on Tuesday OTcning last, the 2nd inst. His Worship the Slayor, James Pago, Esq., President of the society occupied the chair, and there were present:—Messrs. T. . V. I'oote, R. Lewis, W. Rayson, D. Ferguson, H. Calnan, E. P. Fishley, and J. M'Cutcheon (secretary.) The secretary reported that 49 cases had been relieved during the past fortnight by the lady visitors, at a cost to the society of £18 7s. ' The treasurer (Mr. W. Eayson) submitted accounts for payment to the amount of £50 17s. 8d., and reported that the fii-3t moiety (£50) of the £200 recently voted by. the Town Council had been received and expended; the present bank balance being under £3. . It was resolved, in view of the near approach of winter, when the demands upon the Society usu ally increase, to make a vigorous effort to interest the various local churches, financial ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, Foote, Mouat and Whiteman, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT: Saturday, Jbbs-ctaey 28, 1874. (Before Messrs. Pinky, Nimmo, Foote, Mouat and Wiiiteman, J.P's.) Maintenance.—John Campbell was summoned by the police to contribute towards the main tenance of Agnes, Jane, William and John Camp bell, his four children in the Industrial Schools. Ordered to pay 5s. per \reck for each child, or one month's imprisonment in each case, in default of payment.

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

• -Kollotiiay's' Pills.—Indigestion.—How much thought has beeu. bestowed, and what prepon derous volumes have beeu written upon this plague of every household, which is with certainty and safety dispelled without fear of relapse, by a course of this purifyiug soothing and tonic medicine! It acts directly ou the stomach, liver, and bowels—more indirectly, though not less effectively on the brain, nerves, vessels, and commands such order throughout tho ■ entire system that harmony dwells between.each or<»au and its functions: Dyspepsia need no longer be the bugbear, of fthe public, since HoUowav'a Pills are fully" competent to subdue the most chromic aud distressing.cases of impaired digestion, i and' to restore the miserable sufferer to health, j strengtH;.ind cheerfulness. • ) . :

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Foote, Mouat, and Smith, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

Wedjtesdat, Mabch 4, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, ITooto, Mouat, and Smith, J.P.'s.) No Light.—William Parson, summoned by the police for,.driving a vehicle after simsefc without lights, was lined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs. William Knight, for a similar offence was mulcted in a like amount. Morse Uncontrolled.—Charles Brightwell, sum moned by.;the police for not haying, his horse under proper control was fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs. C. E. Baker, for a like offence was fined 2s. 6d. with 2s. 6d. costs. X>eli Cases.—John Brown v. Patrick Kelly, fraud summons, £G 4s. lid.; postponed for twelve weeks. James Moltine v. W. Kelly, goods, £1 Ss. 6d.; verdict for the amount with 2s- 6d. costs. John Scott v. — Backhaul, goods, £1 os. -Id.; amount awarded with 5s. costs. • Abusive Words.—Ann Turner was summoned by Mary Joyce for using abusive1 words towards her in a public place and was fined 20s. with 5s. costs, or seven days imprisonment in default.

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HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. (CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. ("From our own' Correspondent.J (Continued) Bobby Lowe has stood up to, defend the, 8000 namesakes lie.governs in the Metropolitan Police Force.' The barrister, who was arrested for being drunk, has had the police tried at Bow street; like himself they have been acquitted. If Mr. Belt was riot drunk, he ought to have been, to account for his great excitement. The practical poliee sergeant still declares his belief in Mr. B.!s .obfastication. The counsel on both -sides and the magistrate declared they did not believe it. How nice ! Most men would prefer to bethought drunk, rather thau be capable of going mad over a trifle. The fighting in Spain continues, so does the seige of Carthagena. The dilatory erection of the Nelson column is likely to be paralleled by this civil war. Who finds money for the miserable business ? I hope Lombard-street is free, of blame. The great canopy case is over. The Pimlico ritualists have lost the day, and have to pay the cost of bot...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 March 1874

•. EMERALD HILL •SOVTS COUNCIL.. Feidav, Febbuarx 27, 1874.. Present—The Mayor (Cr. Page): Crs. Nmimo, . Dunks, Thistletlnvaite, Eoote, Mills, Roy, and Wliileman. . ■■j.'-.-n; , The minutes of the previous .meeting were t read and confirmed. • - ■ j Cobbesposdexob.". Tho .Acting Town Clerk read the following. correspondence :— , „ -v ' From tlie Office of lands and Survey, stating that tlio Crown Grant of the Public Gardens, in St. Vincent-placo, would be prepared siipon pay ment of the usual lee. The amount1 (£2) '-was . ordered'to'be paid.- -1 - ■■ '|t;' ■ i ■ From' the same, intimating that a' tracing showing the available land for leasing or licensing in the distvict, would be furnished' as soon as possible. Received. . From the Hon. the Treasurer, stating that tlie Commandant of the Local Forces.lmd-,arranged for the removal of the'gun powder at. the coast batteries, with-tho exception of a small quantity, the explosion of which would be productive of.np liarm. Received. ■ ; v....

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

Treasury, Melbourne, 20th February, 1S73. "AJOTICE. — Victorian Government Stock _LN bearing interest, at the rate ef 4 per cent, per annum, may be purchased at tlie Treasury, Melbourne. Persons residing in country districts may obtain forms of application and other par ticulars at any of tlie Receipt and Pay Officcs. EDWARD LANGXON, Treasurer Town of 3a.oral& Sill. DOGS. OWNERS 0? DOGS arc reminded that, the time for REGISTRATION commenced on the 1st inst. JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. . Town Council Offices, Emerald Hill, ..... lsl January, 1S74. Town of Emerald Hill-' • j THE RATE COLLECTOR (Mr. Charles Jas. Durham), ' ATTENDS DAIL? ' '■ At the Council Office, ' ■■■ FROM NINE till TEN O'CLOCK, a.m., - To receive PAYMENT OF RATES. By order. JAMES EVILLE, -Town Clerk. . Town of Emerald Sill. CLEANSING OF CESSPITS, PRIVIES, AND ' EARTH CLOSETS. NOTICE TO OWJfEES AM) OCCCHEBS OF rEOPEETX Ef THE TOWS OF ESIEBAED H1XL. THE arrangements will be simple, and cause tbo least amount of ...

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

Tailors, Zlrapers, & .c. IfX L I A II, J EHGU S O X, Tailor ana Clothier, 182: Ciaeexdoit Stbeet, .Emctaib .Hna;,, (OppositeSt.Luke's Church;) ■ v .; Sonarille and Gcclong Tweeds always on hand. ^^•;K S. A P P L-E B Y'', ..---Milliner. Drossma&er, &c-,. . 145 CLARENDON ST., EM15RALD HILL. '<' Ail kinds of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest possible prices ^ also, a large'assortment of . cESDIAK EMBROIDERY (just arrived) - . Comprising Infant's Holies, Short "Frocks/Ladies' Petticoats* Pockcthandkcrchiefs, and narrow strips for trimmings, See. ' Hats and Feathers Cleaned. • jy| R, S . E L E T CHE R 's | Srassry, Millinery, Mantle,' - and- D'ress ; ' : makingEstablishment,~ 31 B A 2s' K STEEET "WEST, '.Kext the Soman Catholic Chapel, Emerald Hill; M r. a. ^ n. :.w e s/.t., .^eac^ctj|qf the Violin, .. V'; Removed from'99 Tort Street East to - 110 NAPIER STREET, EMERALD HILL: IT S ;l C A L NOT I C .E; 1 ' CONCERTINAS •And. every, description of Musical I...

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

NOTICE ! In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Record, all Advertisements intended for immediate insertion, must he 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. No notice can he taken of anonymous communica tions. £very letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the icriter, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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

Birtbs, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices ol Births, Marriages, ac<l Deaths are inserted tree or chaege, end communication of sucb events are spectfully solicited.] DEATHS. Gray.— On the 1st inst., at ISO Moray-street, David Moray Stirling, the infant son of William and Janet Gray, aged eight months. Rbillt.—On the 1st inst., at her parents' residence, 151 Cecil-street, Emerald Hill, Ellen Matilda, the youngest and beloved daughter of Matthew and Sarah Beilly, aged eighteen months.

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

weekly abstract op births and deaths. District.- • • Deputy Registrar. . Births. Deaths Melbourne (Soutk) B. Prendergast 5 35 Melbourne (.North) &. 1?. Nagle... ■a 31 Melbourne (West) D. Morison... , 2 . 2 Emerald Hill A.Plummer.„. 12 5 Sandritlgo A. Plummer... i 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

rrUTE SOUTH MELBOURITE CO-OPERA l llVE DRAPERY AND OUTFITTED - • WABEHOTJSE, COBSEE OF CLARENDON AND DOBCAS STBEETS. J . B ; . Y 0 XT L, In opening the above establishment, believes he i will supply a long felt.want onEmerald Hill. The immigration of a system wbereby the co'StTiEK will succeed in having an interest,ill and acquiring a certain fixed proportion of the profits accruing, either as Discount allowed on Cash Pur chases; Annual Interest' on AYcekly Payments; or, Credit' iiutil the amount of the purchase money of the goods bought is paid up. ; : . The business will be conducted strictly on the, principle of small profits and quick betur^s, as the larger the quantity, of goods, disposed of in a given time, eo 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 be charged would be 15 per cent. or;3s. on every £.; JNow, if the ...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1874. THE ORDER OP ST. ANDREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, MARCS 12, 1874. THE ORDER OP ST. ANDREW. The result of the recent meeting of the Grand Assembly of this Society must, be very gratifying to all who have the success of the Order at heart. and especially to those officers of the Grand, Lodge,.who have been in office,, during the past twelve months, and' whose acts have, been ratified by the delegates to this Assembly. The Order has not been in a satisfactory state ever since its inception, but we hope we have now seen the beginning of the end of its troubles. Its intro duction into Victoria was effected by a gentleman who was singularly unfor ; tunate in h';ivinrg-.an Order of the'same . name established1 in opposition' to him, in the very districts where he was best known. Thesignificanceofthis factwill perhaps, be better understood wlien tfiis' same gentleman's action regarding: the ground for an Hospital at Erne raid. Hill is taken into consideration. It cannot "be denied that it was understood by all who w...

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RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. (Written expressely for The Record.) CHAPTER XII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

RUBRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S RE MINISCENCES. (Written expressely for The Record.) Chapter XII.—Continued.' Well, friend, the stratagem is ccrtainlv in genious; . but .I am afraid you could not repeat it .with success iu the same neighbourhood a second time, as tho species arc possessed of a wonderfully "long tongue,".-which .would- send-up such s clatter and cackle, as to warn tho whole colony of fowls to bo ou their guard against being taken in and done for by such Yankee fowling tricks or stratagems in future. , " Yery druc, neighbor, budt you zeo I fwould frill my belly in dthe meantime, vwicli Twould aHzwer my burboze egzeedingly. Zo, you zee, idts vwelly vwclly goot as chow chow vwould zay, and vwhen I am liuugary again I vwill invendt -anodther sdtratagein fvor gedding hold ofv and pluekging the froolizsli cackling bvudes." . ; The cock liore crowed for the third time. '. "I zay fvriend I. dthiuk I vwill go aud gcd hold ofv dthad noizy beggar, I am ravenoos." Keep your mind and st...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Smith, Foote, Mouat, and Whiteman, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE OOTOT Wednesday, March 11, 18/4. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Smith, Foci to, Mount, and Wkiteman, J.P'9.) Morse Uncontrolled.—John Anderson sum moned by tlie police for leaving his horse uncon trolled, was fined 20s. with 2s. 6d. costs, in default three days' imprisonment. No Light.—Thomas Attcnborougli for drivinc a vehicle after suuset without lights, was fined 2s. 6d. with 2s. 6d. costs, or 21 hours imprison ment. Patrick M'Guiness for a similar offence, was fined 103. with 2s. 6d. costs, in default three days imprisonment. Delt Cases.—Daniel Booker y. Francis Logan, fraud summons, £2 18s.; postponed for four weeks.. Jonathan Sherlock v. E. Burke, rent lis.; verdict for the amount with 5s. cost*. "William Graham v. Isaac Clark, goods 13s. lid.; payment for the amount with 5s. costs. Edington and Kittlo v. Joseph Walden, fraud summons, £8 Is. 6d.; payment to be made in eight weeks, with 7s. Gd. costs, or one month's imprisonment in default. A. Lilley v. Carl Johnso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

'' njl.0.1i' TH.E 51 0 OB ;.I,S. THK'lI FE.' JP ; -toDeuter6nomr/chnp.iii.''Tcr5e23 : CLARKE'S . •. .-J VOSLS PAHED BI.OOD1VIIXXURE. > '.".'Trade Mark—"BlootViliNtnrc." ;; > THE GREAT BLOOD:'PURIFIER iVNDiRESTOREn, For cleansing nucl clearing 'the? blood < from; all] impurities cannot be too highly recommended. , j For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores'of all kinds, it is a never-failing and permanent care. It.Cures Old Sores •> " * ' ' Cures Ulcerated Sores'on;the Keck. \ CuresUlcerttted Sore.Legs'.' • ; "' " Cures Blackheads," or pimples on'the Face. ' Cures Scurvy,Sores., r , ; ;, j.. .; Cures Cancerous Ulcers. , Cures Blood'and Skin Diseases. ': • ,, .Cures .Glandular Swellings... . = ;*. ,,x Cures the Blood from all impure niatter -' J;.• i.<<\ ; .From whatever cause arising,,, / [ ^;As this'mixture isr pleasant, to the. taste, and warranted free from'rinythiug. injurious to the'most deiicate constitu tion: o£ either sex, the p...

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THE SCRIBBLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 March 1874

THE SCRIBBLE?.. ' nomosmn: hurnani nibi! n. me alicnuiu*pulo.:; inn. ■ . ''lama man ; and nothing that concerns a man do I deem a ■ matter of indifference to mc.° So I see,' Mr: Editor, •:you hare commenced to talk about the' Permissive Bill again. I think I'll have my say on it and its promoters. To commence. Is it a sin to drink ? ■ Certainly not. Byno. process of reasoning can any man prove to me that to drink, per se, is a sin. Is it a sin to drink fermented liquor ? Again, I say no. There is nothing in The Book so many are fond of quoting, that makes it a sin" to drink fermented beverages'." Then it'is no sin to buy it, and consequently it cannot be a sin to sell it. A sin! I should think not. Have we not ministers of religion, save the. mark, who look upon Public House property as oue of the best' investments for their money, as the safest security for money lent. Ho, it is not a sin. But I'll tell you what is. Why, usury ; and let me tell' you that many of those "unco guid"- ...

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