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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1872. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

EHEEALD HILL POLICE CCWRT. SATtraDAi, Sbft. 28, 1872. (Beforo Messrs. Ifimmo and Foote, J.P's.) Nuisance.—Gr. W. Hall, summoned .by the In spector of Huisances for allowing tho contents of his cesspool to overflow. This case was post poned from the 21st inst, aud as the nuisance had been removed the case was dismissed. Debt Cases—Charles Kotlierham v. W. Brown, examination, £1 4s. 6d.; amount to bo paid witii iit forty-eiglit hours, with 7a. Ud. coots, in default seven days' imprisonment Two other cases were postponed. Excessive Toll.—John Standish was summoned by Lawrence Jacobs, a cab proprietor, for charg ing twice on a vehicle within twenty-four hours; lined 10s., with 20s. costs ; in default forty-eight hours' imprisonment. Maintenance. — George Thompson was sum moned by Martha Dyccr for the maintenance of his illegitimate child ; fresh summons to be issued without fee, owing to an error in the name of tho defendant, for which reason he did not uppear. Stealing a Dray.—.Lyons a...

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 — 3 October 1872

otJJ Miscellaneous. : -. mo-. •™McFARLANE & SON,' : Watchmaker^JeweUers & -Opticians, 165 Elizabeth- Street, fco» r."»|7!> • ("^MELBOURNE. I®" Colonial Jewellery made to Order. PEBBLE AND OTHER SPECTACLES. - , .. \ {,. Medical ...Card..!, ^ EDWAK1) HYIJRSi *I.»w Dill)' Qualified Medical Practitioner, (From PE1JU), j'1 And Legally Registered by the Medical Board of (Victoria Hereby notifies to the public that he has commenced tt3ie^ practiceofliisprofession. ""V/". DR. MYERS has for a number of ycaTS,- both in North and South America, made the diseases of a malignant type, such as CANCER (without operation) •« GLANDULAR SWELLINGS • ULCERS, SCROFULA, ., GOUT, RHEUMATISM,*",. And other affections arising from 5 ! IMFTJRITIES Of THE BLOOD, A specialty- His unqualified success fuller justifies him* in asserting with coniidencc that he can relieve and cure the most desperate cases, evidences of which may be seen', ic visiting him. - **' DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES AND ...

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 — 3 October 1872

Important to Advertisers. 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.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

COBKESL'ONDEXCE. .... iue Town Ulerk real the following cor respondence :— i'rom "Messrs. Paterson Bros., with reference to any photographs that may bo required for the Exhibition. Laid on the table oil the motion of Cr. Swallow. i'rom Messrs. Anderson and Sandilands, relative to the recent appointment of municipal offieers, stating that the regularity of their appointment could not be doubted. Received. From Mr. J. B. Dwyer, informing the '.Council that he had a steam-roller, which he would be happy to supply to the Council, the same being formerly used by the City of Melbourne, Referred to tho Public Works Committee, on the motion of Cr. Poolman, seconded by. Cr. May. From the VSewerage and Water Supply depart mont, drawing the Council'* attention to the daagerous condition of the fire-plugs in the streets on the wast side of the railway to traffic. Re ferred to the Borough SurTeyor, on tho motion of Cr. Carrick, seconded by Cr. May. From Professor Jfinjahi, phrenologist, soliciti...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1872. SCHOOL DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

EMERALD HILL : TEVXSDAT, OCTOBER 3. 1872. SCHOOL DISCIPLINE. We have a recollection of an old saw about sparing the rod and spoiling the child,and while agreeing to some extent in the necessity for corporal punishment in certain exceptional cases, we believe that the above axiom may be fairly assumed to cut both ways, and that undue severity and the too frequent exhibition of the rod is likely to pro duce equally bad results as the econ omy of it. This very aphorism, we may remark, is 'intended to refer to parental' correction, or at any rate it should be understood to apply to deliberate punishment of some grave fault or offence, and was cer tainly never intended to represent a constant cuffing, boxing, and caning. At the present time the question of Education—more especially as admin istered in our State schools—is before the community, and it is an opportune period to offer a few remarks on the system of punishment in vogue in those institutions. We would wish it to be understood...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1872. REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

SANTSJDGEBOROWJ-II OOPWflTT. Thitbsdat, Septehbbb 26, 1872. .treaont:—The Mayor, (E. Joyce, Esq.,) Crs. Swallow, Poolman, Morley, Hay, 'Weatheston, Rea, and Carrick. The business adjourned from tile previous meet ing wa> first proceeded with. KErOBTS. Legislative Committee.—Cr. Carrick mored the adoption of this Committee's report, seconded by Cr. May. An amendment was moTed by Cr. Swallow, "That the entire Council »ball constitute the whole Committees." Cr. Hay objected to this^ amendment, and suggested that notice of motion should bo given. The adoption of the report was then put and carried. Ayes—The Mayor, Cra. Carrick, May, Wcatherston, and Kea; noe3—Cra. Swallow, Poolman, and Morlev. The Petition fbom tiie Ratepayers. This petition was brought forward by Cr. Pool man, it haying been entrusted to him, a3 tbe'gen tleman was not present who should hare brought it forward. Thore was great dissatisfaction ex pressed by the ratepayers at tho manner the business of the Council had...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE WATERFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

OaiiKCNAL PCErar. _ THE'' '^ATEBFATJl Erom'a height a streamlet falling '• To a hidden depth below, . Sounded as if gently calling : In a voice I seemed to know. As'witli ear entranced I listened, ' " lulled into a dreamy state, In the spray -which brightly glistened, Fancy did a form create. Nert I thought I saw it smiling, looking down with love on me, Sweetly ev'ry sense beguiling, Just as it has used to be. Thoughts that ruthless time had banished Crowded my reflective brain, Scenes which long, long since had vanished Vividly returned again. E'en the breeze which played around me Echoes of the past would tell,— And as if a chain had bound me, Fixed mo with its fairy spell. If there is a spot cnchanted Which can other days recall, 'lis in woods by nature planted, Compassing a waterfall. ■ ' B:D. 30tli September, 1872. The Sajtdbibge Lagoon.—The Sandridge Borough Council, on Monday, liad another inter view with tho lion. Commissioner of Public Works in reference to the condition o...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

To the JEdilor of The Eecord. Sib,—I have to request that you will favor me by the insertion in your columns of aome further remarks on the sale of St. Luke's Church, or rather, the converting of it into a school-room, as we must now interpret the phrase. In thus trespassing a second time on yourspr.ce, I hare but one object in Tiew, namely, to dis cover the best reasons that can bo advanced in support of a proceeding which is a source of re gret to a large iiumber of persons. If those reasons should prove good ones, their publication ought to give satisfaction to all parties concerned. The convening of the church into a school room, regarded from a purely financial point of view, can scarcely be considered a wise atop ; for a good commodious school-room can be erected for £2000, while St. Luke's Church co*t, say, to bo within the mark, £'5000, so that, in the event of the building being used as a school-room, capital to the extent of £3000 would remain un employed, and be practical...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SALE OF ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

COBBESPONDENOE. [~We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] SALE OF ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. To the Editor of The 'Record. Sib,—If your correspondent " E. 0." will cal I at my residence any evening after seren o'clock, I shall be happy to give liim all the information I can relative to the sale of St. Luke's Church.— am, Sir, yours, &c., W. B. Boob, One of the churchwardens St. Luko'i 60 Montague-street, Emerald Hill.' 30th Sept., 1872.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

Dr. Bright'3 Phosphodyne.—Multitudes of people are hopelessly suffering from Debility, Nervous and Liver Complaints, Depression of Spirits, Delusions; Unfitness for Business*- or Study, Failure of Heariug, Sight, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of Powor, &c., whose coses admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PHOS PHODYKE (Ozonic Oxygen), which at once allays all irritation and excitement, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly cures every stage of these hitherto in curable and distressing maladies. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers through out the Colonies, from whom Pamphlets con taining testimonials may be obtained. UgJ" Caution.—Bo particular to ask for Dr. Bright's Phoephodyne, as imitations are abroad.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

Town of Emerald Sill. NOTICE. THE COLLECTOR attends at his office Town Council Chambers, EVERY MORNING, From 9 to 11, to Receive Payment of Rates. WILLIAM TOPE, Kate Collector. Town of Emerald Hill. TENDERS will be received until 7'30 p.m. on Monday, 2Sth October, prox., - For Leasing the Three-chain-road Toll Gate. - „ „ Saudridge-road ■ „ !> „ Yarra-bank-road „ For a period of 12 months from 1st Nor. nest. And until Thursday, Oct. 17tb, at Four p.m., For; Channelling and other Worts on portion of Sandridge-road, &c. Conditions, &c., to be seen at the Council Chambers. _J .... JAMES EVILLE, ' I Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 2Gth September, 1872. Borough of Sandridge. IN pursuance of a resolution of the Borough Council, the following copy of a Memorial to the Mayor and Council is published for general information. The names subjoined are those of persons who have signed, and whose names ap pear on the Burgess Roll now in force. The names of persons who have signed, bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

Tailors, Drapers, 6.C. Cheapest Drapery House in the Colony. J. SHAW, 76a CLARENDON STREET, . . # (Next Hit or Miss Hotel) .. Informs hi?* numerous customers aud the public generally, that lie is offering liis Large Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY At Prices wliich will he fouud to be Lower than any other House in the Trade. J. S. would call ^'^ specipl atteaition to-his Large Stock of £.3950 Worth, Consisting; of Blankets, [Counterpanes, Flannels, all-wool Plaids, Crimean Shirtings, Tweeds, Wincies, French Merinos, and every description of Woollen and Cotton Goo'ds, purchased in this market before the great advance ou wo.ol, and will be sold at a very small advance ou cost. .A large assortment of Hosiery and Woollen Pants at very low prices. Branch Establishment: Corner Bay and Raglan Streets, SAKDEIBQE. IMPORTANT NOTICE! . Mrs. FLETCHER Begs most respectfully to inform her many Iriends and the public of Emerald Hill that she has Opened those Premises, No. SI BANK STREET VTEZT, (Near Catho...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. District. Deputy Registrar Births. Deaths. Melbourne (South) E.Prendergast 10 13 Melbourne (North) G-. F. Nagle... 52 15 Melbourne (West) J. Warman ... . 4 ' 3 Emerald Hill A. Plummer 16 5 Sand ridge A. Plummer 8 0

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

Births, marriages, and Deaths. [Noticca of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserbd mum or cbaboe, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.] births. Smith.—On the 28th inst., at Anderson-street, Albert Part, the wife of Mr. Henry J. Smith of a daughter. DEATHS. M'Lttckie.—On the 30th ult., at her residence, corner of Heath and Ingles-streets, Sandridge, Christina, wife of Mr. Kobert M'Luckie, aged forty-six years, of heart disease. - Haknan.—On the 30th ult., at his residence, Montague-street north, > Emerald Hill, Conner Hunan, aged sixty • one year*, born Harreet Town, county Limeriot.

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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1872. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 October 1872

EMBSALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, September 30, 1872. Present:—Tlic Mayor, (Dr. Stnrfc,) Cre. Xmimo, Thistletliwaite, Danks, Philipson, Mills, Page, Eoy, and Wliitcman. The minutes of the previous meeting wcro road and confirmed. CORRESPOKDENCE. Ji'rom the Bonds and Railway Department, applying for a return showing number of toll-gates in this district and net revenue receiving from each. The Town Clerk was instructed to furnish tne returns. From the Secretary to the Law Department, objecting to Bye-law Ko. 48, as in the opinion of the Attorney General, it is ultra vires of the Boroughs' Statute which gives no power to sup press nuisances. Referred to the Legislative Committee. From the Town Clerk, Melbourne, pointing out that as the scale of tolls at the Three-chain-road gate is greater than that charged upon the Sand ridge-road, and, tliereforo, the abolition of the former toll would tend to an evasion of the Brighton-road toll, and that such abolition would render the erection o...

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CRICKET IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

. CRICKET IN FRANCE. The Marquis de Grenouilly, a French noblemen, has been smitten with a desire to introduce the manly game into Xa belle Francc, and lm3 succeeded in establishing what is pronounced a Crickette Glob." He says it is by " ce jeu vml et forti fiant" that he hopes to contribute his share towards the national regeneration; and lie has indoctrinated most of the neighbours gentry and peasantry with these views. The following is the account of a match: It is Whitsuntide; the sun is golden and the sty blue; the wickets are pitchcd on a fresh plat of lawn, smooth, well-watered, and elastic, marquees for scoring, ice-eating, and lunching adorn the grounds; merry tricolour streamers mark off the Lits to be kept clear; barouches from Pans and I the neighbourhood begin to drive up with ladies drawn by the twofold attraction of the regenerat ing game itself and the dinner and ball which are to Mow. And note that this is no apocryphal English eleven, but a genuine team comprising...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1872. (Before Mr. Sturt, P.M., Messrs. Iflla, Haig, Nimmo and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

EMERALD- HILL POLICE OOTOT.; , ; Saturday, October-5,; 1872. * (Before Mr. Sturt, P.M., Messr3. Iflla, Hai Nimmo and Foote, J.P's.) Larceny.—Joseph Brown, was charged with robbing the till belonging to Mr. Downie, baker, on Monday last and retnauded for a week. Illegally on Premises—A young mail named John Apple, was charged with b.eing illegally on the premises of ill*. Balleny, baker, Bank-street west, and was also remanded for a week—bail being allowed himself in the sum of £10. No Light —Andrew G-uinan, for having no light on his vehicle affer sunset, was fined 2s. 6d., with 2s. Gd. costs. There were three other charges of a similar character, which were postponed, as the summonses were not served. Debt Cases.—C. Bird v. Francis Byers, work and labor, £3 16s. ; postponed for one week, on defendant paying £2 2s. costs. Kichard Williams v. Matthew Hewey, special, £2 18s.; amount ordered to be paid within one month, in default fourteen days' imprisonment. John Henry Bui ton r. Theo...

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EMERALD HILL SEA BATHING COMPANY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

EMERALD. HILL. SEA BATHING • COJlPAJiY. V ' . To the Editor of The Record. Sib,—Allow me to inform your.readers who are interested iu tlie above company that the tender of Mr: T. Cole, for the first portion of the work, viz., the piles and fencing in of the areii of the baths, was accepted on Friday last for the sum of £570, and commencement has been made. The area to be enclosed may be roughly stated at 200 feet by 350 feet, which will enslose a large portion of water, varying from sir to thirteen feet deep, enough to satisfy the desire of the most enthusiastic lover of plunging or swimming. The baths will commence in about eighteen inches of water, and will gradually deepen, so as to suit all ages and conditions of bathers. It is expected that the baths will be ready for use the end of November or first week in December at latest; that they cannot be ready earlier is not the fault of the promoters, but of those who did not feel their necessity 60 much when the weathor was cold, an...

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To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

' To He Editor of The JRecard. C . Sib,—Will tou kindly allow space in'your next issue for the following romarks on n letter signed " C. E. " 0. E." commences by requesting the insertion of his letter above alluded to, and asking for the, best reasons which can be produced for the resolution lately arrived at for converting St.'-Liiks's Church into a school-house. " 0. E." then gives (what to me appears) three very sub stantial reasons for the contemplated change, viz., insufficient accommodation, bad acoustic proper ties, and badness of the building. I have considered the last of these reasons first, because my own impression is, that it leads to the second. "C. E." thinks the badness of the building is connected with the materials, and not with the form of the building, which being cruci form must of necessity diminish its acoustic pro perties, which are coustautly complained of by those who attend it. With regard to want of accommodation, if " C. E." bas been a'.resident for soin...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1872. (Before Messrs. Joyce, Leigh, and Poolman, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

SANDEIDGE POLICE C0T7ET. Monday, Octobbb 7, 1872. •(Before -Messrs.-Joyce, Leigh,- and Poolman, «"?'»•) , . . . , ,, . ,.. TJnlaioful J.ssault.-A. cabman named Lawrence Sherry/ appeared on bail, charged -with awaulting a; colored man named: Lawrence Francis, opposite the Chequers' Hotel; Bay-street, at about half-past, seven o'clock on Saturday evening, by pushing him out of his cab, arid while on the ground it was alleged that he was kicked and an attempt to rob him of £6 by'cutting his trousers pocket: On the application of Sergeant Jones, the further hearing of the case was postponed till Thursday for the attendance of Dr. Plummcr, bail being allowed himself in £40 and one surety in a like amount. There is also a charge of resisting the police in tho execution of their duty, and for assaulting'the constable, both of which cases were also postponed till Thursday. Lunacy.—Bridget Burns, supposed to reside at Hotham, was brought up charged with being of unsound mind and unfit to be ...

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