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THIS MORNING (THURDSAY.) (Before Messrs. Finlay and Page.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

This Morning (Thursday.) v • (Before Messrs.- Finlay ancl.Page.) . . Indecent Assaults.—A man .named James Smith was -brought up on three.".separate charges •of-indecenl~ assault- on-young* children, and was ■ v remanded till Satuedny. • . -Debt Casus.—Jacob Fletcher v. Annie Stret» •, tlc,-goods,;&c., <^3 8s. ; verdict for the mriount, • :jivith 5s. costs. " Jacobs-Fletcher v.; James - Austin, • goodsj'J&c.i ^'Sfi^.^sd.i^'amount awarded,' \rith . ; : 5s. costs. ."Daniel Bookerv. Francis Logan, fraud- • -smiinMns:; ^2j;i8s.;;:<tlie amount bepaid. j;n"-(four. weeks; Avith . 7s. 6d. costs, or four , • .: wecks ^imprispnnicnt in defaiiltV *; Wm: Currie v. : Joli'nJ.iugliesfijse'andoccupaH6n,^3i03.;ver. ■dict: ^ror.;thc iamount, with;'5s.-costs.v- Richard : . - V ;AVi)'iiams .^'Eaufence Moonev,' goods, £ 149s. gd.; "oroer'Tor[amnuiuV''\vith'2s:;6d.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT , , RICHMOND. Last evening the hon., J. G. Francis again addressed the electors of-Rich mond, in .a speech remarkable princi pally for the almost total absence of reference- to the leading topics of the day, .and secondarily for/the falsqme manner in which fie treated his own bump of self-appreciativeness. Mr. Francis was.on very good terms with himself, and no one is a better hand at patting himself gracefully on the back. " I, as Chief Secretary and head of the Ministry," was repeated to nausity. It would have been far better, more candid,- and: withall more expressive, if he had confined himself to the expression L'ctat, e'est moi. There isnothing like having a good opinion of one's own importance, but when a Minister ' can cooley tell a country, that' if -the Ministry are defeated.they will retire.into oblivion, and it would be the country's loss, not theirs, it sneaks of impertinence. To stigmatise as shortsighted, the result of a: general election, on a ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. EIGHTH JUNIOR CUT MATCH.—MONTAGUE v. LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

CRICKET. Eranxri Juniob .Cor Match.—1Ioktague v.; .............. ; " This , match wa3 resumed on Saturday, on tlie ground of the former at Emerald Hill, wliieh presented a rather noTel aud unusual ap - pearancc, viz.,"over "1000 ' spectators 'witnessing the game,"which promised to be a Very exciting affair, in consequence of the strength of each club being pretty nearly equal. At the conclusion' of the previous ; Saturday's play the holders had scored 71 in their first innings (batting with nine men only); and the visitors/bad obtained, 32 runs for the loss of four Wickets when the stumps were drawn, J. Robertson being the not but man, 19. He accordingly took his place at the wickets with Green, and play was resumed ; the former, however, was run out without adding to the score, the ball being smartly fielded. Howison, Allamby, and Rodgers followed in quick succession, obtain ing 1 run between them, and Coffey and Braggc were theV last men, they batted well, but Baker was on the spo...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Page, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

V EMESALD HILL POLICE COTOT. • Tuesday, April 7, 1S74. (Before Messrs- Finlay and Page, J.P.'s,) Larchnv.—John. Mitchell alias Quiglcy was charged with larceny in company with Ihe pris oner sentenced last week for robbery from Jlr, Mount's house. - Discharged. . . . - Breaking Windows.— Margaret Johnson charged with breaking windows, was fined ios., .■with.-' 405.. damages, or three month's,.imprison merit«in default. • BuRGtARv.—A man named Alexander Pearson was brought up charged with burglarly on.the Sandridge-road. Remanded until Saturday next, . ■■ ALnkGED.'Indecent Assault.—An elclerly man well known in the district, Franldin Allen, was arrested on warrant on-the 2nd inst., and brought before the court 011 Tuesday last, charged •with1 indecently; assaulting. his step-daughter, under twelve years of age, named Elizabeth Francis. "Remanded till Saturday. ' : ;

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THE SCRIBBLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

EK3 SCHI3BLER. '' Oil'oblos ou bibaios all'ephemeras, .. ' ' Euripides. Happiucss is not lasting, but only for a day. Easter 1ms come and gone. The capricious Australian spring permit led tlic enjoyment of a glorious Easter Monday. It 'is true- that, wo colonists get more opportunities for enjoyment than many of our fellow-beings cooped up in the great, cities of the other hemisphere... .Can,we imagine the slate of a man who'can get no change, no rest from his labor: Ovid , says; : " Alternate rest and -labor long endurej" aud a ■writer named Gilpin has thus expressed himself on the subject—" Some relaxation is necessary to people of every degree; the head that thinks and the hand that labors must have some little time to recruit their diminished powers." The holiday is; therefore, an actual necessity , and as a people; we should see that nothing is allowed to take'place with impunity tlinfc niiglitlead to the curtailment of our periods of recreation. ,-'.i People who htive canine p...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1874. (Before Messrs, Finlay, Page, Smith, and Whiteman, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

Wednesday, April S. iStj.- • - (Before Messrs, Finlay, Page, Smitli, nnd AVIiitu .. , ■ _ man, J.P.'s.) . lc^lnsANCEs5^nnie^^ker,-J^uvXott, ancl*" * •Mary :Elizabetli Davies were! each. summoned by .the lnspector.rof jSruisances for allowing the con- * tents'of Uieir cesspools to bverfiow.and were each ■ fined 20s;, with 5s. costs, or seven days .imprison- : mont in default. ALLEGED'fBREACH :ofmarket regula- ' tion'S.—Ah Mee was summoned bv JohnStraker, lessee of the Emerald Hill. Market, for nonpay- . i ment of oiie shilling, market:toll. Dismissed with J."j 3s. costs to defendant. . Assault.—A man named Frederick was sum- -• moned by Henry Edmund Krone for s an assault, . and was fined 20s., with 2 is. costs, in default : fourteen dajs imprisonment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 April 1874

Town of Emerald Eill. DO G S . OWNERS OF ])OGS arc reminded that the time for REGISTRATION" commenced oil the 1st iij-f. ■ . Mr. F. M. GARSON has been appointed COL LECTOR. .. ' "TAMES EV1LLE, Town Clerk. Town Council Oilices, Emerald Hill, 1st January, 187-1-. . Town of Emerald E3il. ■ THE KATE COLLECTOR (Mr. Charles Jas. Durham), AI5SK3S DAILY At the Council Office, PROM NINE till TEN O'CLOCK, a.m., To receive PAYMENT OF .RATES. By order. JAMES EY1LLE, Tow n Clerk. Totra. r f Emerald Eill. rjVENDERS will received— For Leasing the Horse and Cattle"^ n n i-w Market from 1st May to 31st | - 1 December next, in accordance on * ?n~ with the conditions to be seen j aa?' f*lLl ■ at the Council Offices. ' J 1 ' JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. Election notices. TO THE ELECTORS OF EMERALD SILL. GENTLEMEN,— Parliament having been dissolved, it affords me the opportunity of thanking you for the honorable position you have placed me in as ycur representative during the last eight years, and to state...

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 — 9 April 1874

Tailors, Drapers, &c. ' I T, L I A K FER g /u . s o n, Tailor' and Clothier* j .132' Glibekdok Street, Emeraio) Sin,, . *■' -• {Opposite St. Luke's Church.) -v . ^STorraYillc .mid "j^T K S. APPLEBY, 2'Iillincr, Dressmaker, Sic-, 145 CLARENDON ST.,''EMERALD HILL. .Ail kimls of I'ntjtcrj- Goods soM nl the Imvcst possible prices; also, u large assortment of , ' IjSDIAX EMBROIDERY (just arrived) .Comprising.Infant's Robes, Short Frocks, Ladies' Petticoats. rocKeUutiiukcicI.icfc, auil ii-tvtovv strips for triiniuinjrs/Scc. ' . , ■ Hats mil] Feathers cleaned*'-' R S . F L S T C IT E R ' S •Brapory, Millinery, Mantle; and Dross - making EstaMishmezit,'. 81 BANK STREET WEST,-;' Next the Rom/in Catholic Chapel, Emerald Hill. XVZusic. ■ J^/jT R. , W. R O L E £, Teachcr of the . Pianoforte, Harmoninm' V'-;and Singing.. . • ': Pupils intended at their own residence,' or "at '""" -Mh. Roue's, ■ "..:■■; r.. - : ESPLANADE, SAXDR1DGE. MISS . G I B N' E Y , Royal Irish Academy of Music, 1 (P...

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 — 9 April 1874

sctotic3e! ! . ■ - . . ■: • In consequence of the large increasing circulation of Tiie 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 bt/ a written notice, unless the time is particularly specified. No notice can be taken of-anonymous communica tions. Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, 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 — 9 April 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, am! Deaths are inserte mEK or chmwe, and communication of such events av spectfully so'.icitert,] BIRTHS. BROWN.—On the 21st ult., at Service Crescent, Emerald Hill, the wife of R. S. Brown of a daughter. BUZOLICH.—On the 2nd inst., at Milna Cot tage, Dorcas-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Antonio Buzolich of a son. HELY.—On the 29th ult., at 168 York-street west, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. Thomas Hely of a son.       MORROW.—On the 3rd inst., at 14 St. Vincent square, Emerald Hill, the wife of J. J. Morrow of a daughter. SYMONDS.—On the 31st ult., at Nelson-road, Emerald Hill, the wife of Edward Symonds of a son. MARRIAGES. HARRISON.—SHIPP.—On the 2nd inst., at St.   Peter's Church, Eastern-hill, Melbourne, by the Rev. H. H. P. Handfield, George Harrison, son of Wm. Harrison of Fitzroy, to Eve Catherine Shipp, second daughter of Thos. Shipp, of Eme rald Hill, Melbourne. O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

Kollowat/'s Pills.—Weak Stomach.—The wisest cannot, enumerate ouc-qaarter of the distressing symptoms arising from enfeebled digestion, all of which might, be readily dispelled by these admirable Pills, They remove all unpleasant taste from the mouth, flatulency, and constipa tion." Hollow-ay's Pills' rouse the stomaeh, liver, aucl every other orgau, thereby helping digestion to that healthy tone which enables it to convert all we eat and clriuk to the nourishment of em bodies; Hence- these Pills are the surest strengUieners and "Iho -safest restoratives in nervousness, wasting, anachronic debility. Hol louay VPillS' are infallible remedies for impaired appetite, eructations, and a multitude of other disagreoble symptoms which render miserable tho lives of thousands. These Pills' are approved by all classaa.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

CSICS3T. 'The match between the first eleveii of South' Melbourne against eighteen of tho Junior Cup holders (Montague), was commenced last Satur day on the South Melbourne- ground. The Montague went in first and rather astonished their opponents by occupying the wickets the whole afternoon, making the respectable score of 117, which against such bowling as Allan and Conway's is a very good performance, and only shows what even some of the juniors can do on turf. The top scorers wero T. Groube, with 17; and Beresford 16; but Messrs. Morgan, Tread away and Ellis batted the best for 14, 10 and 10 respectively. G-roube gave one or two chances and Beresford owed most of his rues to nervous ness, although he let out well at one or two now and then. There were seven or eight changes in the bowling, Messrs. Chessell, Allan, Conway, Hunting, and'M'Gan, all taking part: the former being the most successful, while the latter with, his slows did not obtain a single wicket, although they had a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

Bank" Notices. : English, "Scottish, and Australian Chartered Saslr, • CORNER OF CLARENDON & BANK STS E.MERAT.D HlI.I. , • BILLS D1SCOUXTKD, Advances-mado or Cash Credits granted on approved, por.-onill or other Security, and 3fouey received on Di'no.-ir. at Call or for Fixed Periods. Ikterest o>- Deposits : Fixed for G months, 31 per cent. •• 12 „ -J." „ ; . Drafts issued on the London Office, Branches, aild Agents of the Bank in England, Ireland and Scotland, Sax Fbaxcisco, the. Anstralinn'Coldnies, and New Zealand, at Current Bates of Exchange, and general Banting business transacted. ■ J. M'CUTCHEON, Manager. * Bank of Victoria. ' Notice is hereby given ■ thet a BRANCH of this Bank IS NOW OPEN at the corner of Clarendon and Coventry-streets, Emerald Hilly for the transaction of General Business, under the management of Mr. JOSEPH CAH1LL. Bj order of the Board. (Signed) J.MATHESON, ' General Manager. The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria Liisiited] Capital—£500,000. Direc...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BOOTHS AND —.iM- ■ . DEATHS. ./• District. Deputy Registrar. Births. Deaths Melbourne (Soutli) E. Prendergast 3 '14 ' Melbourne (North) G-. E. Xagle... 45— .15 Melbourne (West) D. Morison ... 2 3 Emerald Hill A.Plummer... 9 6 Sandridge A. Plummer... 6 3

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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

SAND RIDGE BOaOTCH. COUNCIL. 3 Thuesdat, Aran. 9, 187,4., Present:—The -Mayor (Cr. F. Poolman), "Crs.'' Morley, 'Weatlierston, Aitken, Burroughs, and ti-resham. ; ^ :"I ;; I The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. _ _T. ,'t XVr-' ' ~.i COBRESPOKDENCE. The Town Clerk read the following, communi: cations.:— r Erom the Custom's Department, acknowledging receipt of Council's letter of the 23rd ult., urging, the' desirability of erecting a flagstaff at the new. Custom's shed at the Town Pier, Sandridge,-' informing the Council that tibere -would; be no objection to "the "erection" of~a flagstaff in _ the locality,.mentioned, if desirod,-,but as<it would be. of no -.service -to .this departtne-nt;<:Mr. Cohen'; cannot sanction any expenditure by Government for the purpose. . Ordered; to be-laid on^ thev table. ' From the Department of Public "Works, ac-.-. knowlcdging receipt of Council's letter dated the 18th ult., informing the Council that *tho...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1874. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

®|e llccotir. o •••/ EMERALD HXLL: ;:^: L-THURSDAY, ^-PBIi'lG,'1874. ' ; THE ELECTIONS. The time is now again at hand when the electors of Emerald Hill and Sandridge have again to chose a rep resentative to look after their interests and the welfare of the colony at large, in the new Parliament. A' very im portant subject is now before them to deal with. Both at Emerald Hill-and Sandridge the late representatives offer their services again to the electors, and before our next issue appears it will be for them to give them a renewal of their confidence or replace them by better qualified and more able men. For Emerald Hill, we have .also: a candidate for legislative honors in Mr. John Nisimo, a gentleman-who Has taken a warm interest''in the district for the past twenty-one :-years/ah'dr>ijho has satisfactorily filled the offce' of chief magistrate, and chairman of the Town Council on two occasions; a gentleinan" whorh'a'^'He^^qte'd^an im mense .deali'of / time: in f .furtherance ...

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EMERALD HILL TOW COUNCIL. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

EMESALD HILL TOW COUNCIL. Fkibay, Ax'Hil 10, 1874. Pre3ent--The'Mayor (Cr. Page); CrsV'Nimmb; Danks, Thistletlnvaite, Foote, Mills, "VVhiteman, Roy and Pliilipson. The miuutes of' tUe jyvevious meeting were read and confirmed. The Town Clerk read the following corres pondence:— COEHESPOKDENCE. Frora the Office of Lands and Survey, forward ing tracing shewing design for tlie subdivisions of Grown -.Lands; at ^Emerald Hill, .West' of the Railway, and stating that a Surveyor was now engaged in running a series, of i levels^ over the land in question, with the view of ascertain ing whether any modification. of the plan could be advantageously adopted. - From Mr. Joseph Turner, , 62 Albert-road, .calling' attention'to the condition of the street, opposite his residence. Referred to the Public" Works Committee ;with power to deal with. Froni'Mr. Mathew ^Ward, calling' attention to the bad state of the "footpaths, corner of Mon tague-street.,North and' Sandridge-road.- Re ferred to the Pub...

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LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. To " make hay while the sun shines" should be the policy of the electors of Emerald Hill at this juncture. At the time of an election candidates are proverbially good-natured, and ready not only to promise, but to fulfil these pledges when in Parliament. There are a great number of things we want, and now is the time to try and get them. We will enumerate a few of our requirements. The immediate completion of whaves on the South bank of the river Yarra, a work, we believe, of the City Coun cil, who do not wish any portion of the commerce of the city developed to the other side. This is proved by the fact of the dredge having long been removed from the Yarra basin near the Falls, where 'it-"was''-wanted, to some portion of the Saltwater River, where it was never required. We cannot understand why, but the con trol^ of the dredging operations has, we believe been taken from the Public Works Department, to which it legi timately belongs, and is now under the managem...

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HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

: HOME GOSSIP JOTTINGS. (From our ovm Correspondent.} The Tiehboume trial is iu its last stage, the summing up of the Lord Chief Justice is not so brilliant as. somo people expected; it is pains taking and minute, possibly the foundation of an eloquent ; summary hereafter. Tho mau Jean Luie is to be remanded from time to time until the Claimant can appeal* as a witness for the de fence. I cannot see what defence can prevail for any benefit to the man. Both wives have iuden tified him, so have the prison authorities. It is a curiosity of criminal procedure, how much of the cost and delay of this immense trial might have been avoided, if the Claimant had been pro:, hibited from stumping tho country at an earlier period of tho trial. Railway accidents continue, fortunately the loss of life has not'beon largo. : A large iron steam ship broke loose from its moorings at Woolwich, it drifted up the river with the tide during a dense fog; it got. foul of the collier fleet in JBugsby's Hole,...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finaly, Page, Mouat. Haig, and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 April 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Satcheat, Ateii 11, 1874. (Before -Messrs. JTinlar, Page, Jlouat. Haig, and • ' Foote, J.P's.) •' • Dangerous Formation.—John Clancy was sum moned by the police for leaving a dangerous formation without a light burning after sunset. Hiding upon Footpath.—Frederick Hard wick, summoned by the police for riding upon the footpath, was fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Debt- Cases.—Ah How y. Robert Jones, goods, £2 4s. 8d.; Terdict for the amount with £2 2s. Costs., Mary Fox v. Baptiste Charet, work and labor, 13s.; amount awarded with 5s. costs. ' Burglary.—A man named Alexander Pearson Was brought up on remand from the 7th, charged ■with burglariously entering one of those two storey houses at the foot of Clarendon-street, in the occupation of Mr. Mclvor. It appears that he was disturbed during his visitation and' was arrested shortly afterwards. Committed for trial. Rape.—A brutal looking middle-aged man named Franklin Allen, describing himself as a laborer, res...

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