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ALBERT PARK LAGOON. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

L.~ " AXBERT, PAEK.LAQ.OOy. To the Editor of the Eecord; Sib,—I know you are always glaid to render assistance in putting things in their proper cban -nelsn through^ the. medium of your local paper. I bd^-of you now to use your influence with that of .the. Council of Emerald Hill to put a dis gusting nuisanco in its proper channel, viz.:— ;The sewerage of {East St. Kilda and Benevolent 'Institutions "at the south end of the Albert Park, ! which should bo conveyed to the sea by means of •a' stone drain at present in existence, only the side of it has burat, and the whole of the abominable mixture is allowed to run into the lAlbort Pdirk Lagoon over since Easter, to my knowledge. I shall be only too glad to see the i Lagoon filled with water,Jbut not with such a com pound as that. Tho Emerald Hill drainage was wisely cut, off from polluting tho Park, and I don't see by what force of argument others should bo allowed to exist. Taking 'into consideration the dangerous consequences that ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FLAG ADVERTISEMENTS. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

FLAG ADVERTISEMENTS. »' To the Editor «f the Record. . ..Mr. .Editor, 'I see wc hare got another addition to the flag embellishment in the shape of advertising* riz:—an umbrella manufactory. We have now a draper and an umbrella maker under oar feat ; we only want now a chimney sweep aind a nightman, and then, I think, sir, we iahallharaoarpavementoompltte. _ IUB.&O., A PBDHSTBLLff.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

Hotloway'sJPills.—Weak Stomach.—Ike wisest cannot .enumerate one-quarter of the distressing symptoms arisiDg from enfeebled digoatioa, all of which might- be readily dispelled by these admirable Pills. Thoy remove all unpleasant tasto from the mouth, flatuloncy, and constipa tion. Holloway's Pills rouso the stomach, lirer, and every other organ, thereby helping digestion to that healthy tone which enables it to oonvert all we eat and drink to the nourishment of our bodies. Hence these Pills are the suresb strangtheners and the safest restoratives in nervoasnats, watting, and chronic debility.

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HOW SHE WAS FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

HO"W SHE -WAS FOUND. Mt life has been ono of action, a life at whose shrine I have devotedly worshipped the goddess ,of commerce. People think me old, though I am only prematurely so, but I must confos3 my looks betray as if I had nearly finished the time allotted to me. I sometimes fancy" this feeling must possess me ; and oftentimes commencing in a dull thoughtful mood it moulds my day dreams and carries me to scones which memory never fails to xocall, and which the pleasures of the world for a moment only keep in the background of imagination. Wrapped mentally in the cloak of the past, and viewing the thin fabric of the future, I often thought I should like to narrate some scenes in my life. I feel as if I were, in wardly told to "give advico," be benevolent, show to aspiring youth how with success there always lies an undercurrent of sorrow, £cc. Prompted by such thoughts I am goaded on, and am about to recount one scene, a scene which even now rises so vividly as if the paintin...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AN'i) 1 *jDEl.THS^,. DiBtrict. Deputy Registrar. Births. Melbourne (South) Melbourne (North) Melbourne (West) Emerald Hill ...... Sandridge E. Prendergast G. F. Nngk... D. Morison ... A.Plummer... A. Plummer...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] OUR MUSICAL SOCIETIES AMALGAMATION. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

COBRESPONDENCE. " [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed ■ by our Correspondents.] OUR MUSICAL SOCIETIES AiVIALGAMA- j .tiost. To the Editor of the 'Record. I — Sib;—I ■ was ■ glad to see 'in a recent issue a letter signed " Adagio,". suggesting the amalga mation of the Musical Union and South Mel bourne Harmonic Society^ Now, Sir, I thoroughly coincide with " Adagio" in theso views, and having heard both these societies display their vocal powers, I have corao to the conclusion that, however good in itself either one or the other may be, if both were to unite their forces and talent and join harmoniously together, Bmorald Hill would then be able to boast of a first-rate Philarmonic Society, which is badly wanted in a township like this, where there are so many who can appreciate good music ; and I feel confident that such a society would receive support and not lapse for want of public appreciation. The talent which is contnined in both these societies would, if combine...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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BANK RATES OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

BANK RATES O'F INTEREST. We observe by an adv ertisement of the English, Scottish and Australian Char tered Bank, in another column, that the rates oi interest offered for fixed deposits have been advanced one per cent. J. his, ■ nodou'ot, must be regarded as an indicaj tion of the greatly increased value of money at the present time, as compared, with some twelve months ago ; an ia- . crease arising, we believe, partly frora^ the great depression affecting our. mining industry, and the large amounts •of specie which have been remitted to England in connection with the nume rous recent large sales of squatting and town properties, and the calling up of iinvestments by English capitalists, owing to the exceptionally high value i ruling for money in that market as : the result of the Continental and ,Ariierican panics. As the advanced rates offered by the Banks for fixed deposits will, no doubt, be accompanied by' a corresponding advance in the: rates of discount, we cannot regard the...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY WITHOUT LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

■ ^'f^^ITHOUT LOYE. ^^o^aioneAAi;:n '£™™ ;e,void of smiles- : „.., rr »- , -.a, « Would But feebly'portray. li <®'« '■!«' -5 The, heart's.silent grief.-; e a-tr£ - - -'Were love t'afcen awayr- *•!** '<sr'' The echos of niirt.li would ' 1 'TJ ' 7 No longer resoOnd,—[ 3 M -T ' S The blessings of hope could. .. _ But scarcely be found • " ^ r A gloom, as of night, o'er Crention.would' spread,— We, downcast, wouldiweep,"^-1.! ';- ^^^';;: As ono mourns for tlio dead.''47.£7^£^c ' The tie's whicli-now bind and The true links that hold, ■■, , Would each snap asunder, ; ' Collapse, or unfold.; The spirits would sink love's . Sweet presence to/miss,^ ., The same being the essence,; ?■ The acme of bliss. . ;i ....... .■ -... The joy of the earth, as - Of angels above,—• . *=j >fis •< Is the pure and unselfish^? 1 ■< Dominion of lore ; * ^s'r< f " " And if, from our bosoms, . This treasure should fly,-5- ijO ' With it fades our sunshine...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1874. THE HEALTH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

EMERALD HITjL : TRVRSDAY, MAY 21, 1874. THE HEALTH ACT. Those of our readers who peruse with interest the. proceedings of our local Council are, of course, well posted iip in the fact that a great portion of the time of the Councillors is occupied in administering that cumbrous piece-of legislation known as the " Public Health Act, 1865." The Health." Com: mittee of the Council, consisting of four members, meet almost every week to receive reports from the Health Officer, and Inspector of Nuisances, and bring up recommendations for proceedings to be taken to abate nui sances prejudicial to the public health, and also to institute, where necessary, the proper legal proceedings. Plans, specifications, orders, estimates, as rev quired by the Statute, are made out by the hundred; and even in the. case of a small right-of-way requiring forma tion, the clerical -work involved is something tremendous, added to which the time of the Council officials is taken up in preparing these documents...

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BAPTIST CHURCH LANDS, HOWEORESOENT, EMERALD HILL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

BAPTIST CHURCH LAtfDS, HOWE CBESOENT, EllEBALD HILL. To the Editor of the Record. a IB,—About tnree monins ago tnero nppearca in the Record, Bevorall ottora and a loading article on the selling of tlio Baptist Church lands by Mr. Wm. Potter. As the affair created a con siderable amount of surprise at the time, and also" a desire to know how it would terminate, will you allow me space in your paper to state what I sup pose is the end of this most disgraceful trans action To refresh the memories of your readers it will be necessary to repeat several of the leading facts of the case. In 1865 Mr. Potter was left in possession of half an acre of land in Howe crescent, upon -which wc: erected a substantial wooden chapel, comfortably fitted up and free from all delt. In 1872, Mr. Potter, by the aid of his trustees, sold a portion of the land for tho sum of £1150. Out of this sum Mr Potter appropriated £900 for tho payment' of his stipend for the nine previous years. There was, how ever lef...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Page, Foote, and Iflla, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

emerald hill polios court. Satubday, Mat 16,1874. (Before Messrs. Molliaon, P.M., Page, Foote, and Iflla, J.P's.) Disobedience of Order.—John Anderson was summoned by the Local Board of Health' for disobedience to an order made by them. Infor mation withdrawn. Obstruction.—Henry Miles, draper, of Claren don-street, was summoned by the police for exposing articles for sale on tho footway so as to obstruct the thoroughfare ; fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs. George Hopwood, summoned by the police for leaving a vehicle without a :horse attached thoreto, was fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Borse Uncontrolled.—Charles TJrquhart and Duncan Campbell wore sommoned by the police for not having their horses under proper control; the former was fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs, and the latter 10s. with 2a. 6d. coats. Debt Cases.—Wm. Thistlethwaite r. Melville Seal, rent, £5 lis. 5d.; dismissed without prejudice. R. McKenzie v. Michael F. Delaney, goods, &c., £2 lis.; verdict'for the arnouut wit...

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To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

To the Editor of tht Record. Sib,—I noticed a few weeks ago a lettor signed by " Adagio," suggesting.-an .'amalgamation oLUip. South Melbourne Musical Union, and the South Melbourne Harmonic Society. Now, Sir, my opinion is, that such an arrangement would be a great boon to the musical portion of our town, as all must know that our Hill talent is sufficient ta bring out any oratorio almost in existence, and I would lite, sir, if you could bring this matter most prominently before the two conduc tors, knowing your willingness at all times to do a good action for Emerald Hill. At a rehearsal of the last-named society I was a listener, and was astonished at the manner in which their pieces were sung. And the former society have talent that would do credit to any town, and I think -this matter ought to be well studied, in ordor to get the combined forco of the two into one, and let us have a Philharmonic second to nono. By inserting this you will greatly oblige Yours, &c., A LOV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

•EankWotlce*. Englisli,Scottish," and Australians! >'u,i -v^ Chartered Bank, • ;tCp^NER' OF^ CLARENDON 4 BANK S jsi,; | -c;77 ■. • EKL-iiix.1) tfnx. :: ;TOitS^13JSCOTJNXED>f Advances, made;or; jLJ>;/'-t;^h'.Creah«.griitit«d on. approved ,Pereonalj '(or^9p^(Secuntj, and, Money rweived on Depoat' ^at;,Cayjqr ftir'Fiiod Feriodsl ,'J.V. "'t ' '-""Draits itaied on tlie London Office, Branches,! •faud Agents^of the.Bank in. England,{Ireland,J Scotland; America,. California,'! the' Australian' jOoloni<;ei_aud ..Ncw.Zealahd, at Current J&tes.dfi Excii-ugt', and g™e_ra]_ Banking business ti-aii-i sactcd.! 571; •; •? •" 1 "V r - "• ~ ■; ' ^ i I ? I ?• M*COTCHEOK, Mankgcrl English, "Scottish,- and Australian 'f i M Chartered"- Bank,^ 1 ~ z CORNER" pF OEARENBON ^BANKSTS., ? ! C -EME»AtD^HlLX._| J'7 "i.;2 ^: =• j 'lXTEBEST:OS DEPOSITS!: ^ -< Fixed for 12:mbn'thsr"5 per cent, per annum. | 6 „ -i 7? )i o^rT.~ZTTTjr;^®jHibs, .Manager:; Bank "of Victoria. Xf'OT...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1874. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Page, Foote, and Iflla, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

Wednesday, Mat 20, 1874. (Before Hesav;. ffimmo, Page, Foote, and Ulla, J.P's.) Alleged Obscene Exposure.—A well-known and respectable looking young man named Matthew Bfansfield Vernon, who for some time past lias had tlie contract sor emptying the branch post office boxes and pillars, was brought before the court charged with wilfully and< obscenely ex posing his person to a number of young children in the public streets,- and was remanded to next Saturday for evidence. Threatening Language.—Robert Borrodale was coniplaincd against by his brother Edward James Borrodale for threatening his life. The charge having been proved, defondant was ordered to find sureties, himself and another in £20 each to keep the peace for tho next six months. Drunkenness.—A middle-aged woman named Isabella Robinson, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and fined 5s. or 24 hours impri sonment. Vagrancy.—Isabella Robinson was then charged wiLh being an idle and disorderly person, having...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

Town of Emerald Hilt: ••• x .■V': "-.T? - - \ In terms of Section 49 Boroughs Statute, 33 Vict. 359, :re: occupier will be "vtotioe IS 'HEREBY GIVEN to OCCUPIERS OF TATE ABLE PROPERTY, that no such _LV occupier will bt %, ENTITLED TO BE ENROLLED In respect of such property, UNLESS ALL HATES SSALL SAVE BEEN PAID ' OX OR BEFORE THE TENTH DAT OF JUNE • ®3T The Rate Collector attends at the COUNCIL OFFICES, Dorcas-street, - - EVERT MORNING, from Still 12,.an.d E'TERT EVENING, from *7 till 9. ... JAMES EYILLE, Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 16th May, 1874. . .1 .. " • C. J. DURHAM; Rate Collector. Town of Emerald Hill. REGISTRATION OF ..DOGS' Foe the Yeas 1874., PINAL N 0 T I C E . THii COLLECTOR having called upon all Householders for Payment of BegiBtration "Fees, if the same be not paid forthwith every . Person having an Unregistered Dog on hiB or her premises, will be proceeded [against without further notice. Dogs can be Begistered at the Council Chambers, every day, during office hours....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

Tailors, drapers, &c. "T li L I AySC t E E/R a'TJ-S 'fiVir,'' - Tailor and OlotMer, -; *1182 CiiEEK^oir Stiieet, Eieebau) Hecl, ' (Opposite St. Luke's CtaKSi.} ■ YnrraTillu and Geolong Tweeds always on hand. M 11 S. A P P • L E B. Y. Milliner, Dressmaker, &c., . Alltihdsor Drapery Goods so*d at the lowest possible prices; ako, a large assortment of * INDIAN EilBROIDERT (just arrived) Comprising Infant's "RoVr-,, Short Frocks, Ladies' Petticoats, Pockethandkerchicfs, unu narrow* strips for trimmings, See. .... . Hats and Feathers CJeaued. R S . r L E T C n E R'Sl M Drapery, Millinery. Mantle,, and Dress- j ma^g..SstaMi3liment, • .8 1 B A N£ S I BEET WEST, Next the Roman Catholic Chapel, Ememld llill.. ;"jy[. R.. : .W. .. R 0 L F E, Teacher. of tho. Pianoforte," Harmonium ■ !■ . ^ Singing. . • ,- r; '•CPupils 'attciided^nt'-theiri'own ^residenee/.or _ '■ ' . : StB.; ROI.I'B's, :• iX TV/r • i- s-s - ■g • i. ;• b sr. -<e i' .t; 11 ^IjjL :'Rojhl lrisli Academj'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 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~adiert u\t:men ts are continued and charged for until countermanded by 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, antl address of the writer,, not necessarily.. for publication, but as a guarantee of good,, w*fa';ih. *'J n ,f' 'i:-,7£ <!w77'!3'1,a '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 21 May 1874

BirtbB, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Birtne, Marriages, and Deaths are ineerte FREE of ciiASox, and communication of such, events ar   . spectfully solicited.] BIRTHS. M'LEOD.—On the 9th inst., at North Sand dridge, the wife of Mr. Norman M'Leod of a daughter. MARRIAGES. HARVEY—KENDRICK.—On the 14th inst., at 50 Park-street, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Dr. Macdonald, John Henry, eldest son of John Harvey, St. Kilda, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. William Kendrick, Emerald Hill. DEATHS. HEGARTY.—On the 15th inst., at her residence, 10 Park-street, Emerald Hill, Esther, the beloved wife of Win. Hegarty, native of Cork, Ireland, aged 38 years. CONWAY.—On the 18th inst., at St. Vincent place, Emerald Hill, Horace Albert, aged 11 months, the infant son of John and Elizabeth Conway.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 28 May 1874

Bank Notices. English, Scottish, and Australian ' Chartered. Bank, ' CORNER OP 'CLARENDON & BANK SIS., ti :t <■» - .Emerald IJj-lt,. BILLS PISCO U^sTKD, Adranees made or Cash Credits granted on approved Personal j or other Security, and Money received on Deposit *■ ■ at Oali or for Fixed Periods. - Drafts issued on tlie London Office, Branches, - ami Agents of the Bank in England, Ireland, ; Scotland, America, California, the Australian ; Colonies, and New Zealand, at Current Rates of *•" Exchange, and general Banking business tran sacted. 1 J. M'CUTCHEON, Manager. English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Baai, CORNER. OF CLARENDON & BANKSTS., Emerald Hill. ;.i'Interest on Deposits: . ; ! Fiied for 12 months, 5 per cent, per annum. ' . 6 ,, "4' „ : '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 .Hill, for the transaction of - General Busi...

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FOOTBALL. ALBERT PARK FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 28 May 1874

FOOTBALL. ALBERT PAKE FOOTBALL CLUB. List of engagements for season, 1874. First twenty. Date. •Name of Club. Ground. May 23 ■: d Carlton............... Albert Pork. „ 30 St. Kilda .. Melbourne. Juno G Melbourne .......v. „ 13 Carlton... Carlton. ,. 20 Richmond, 18 to 20 Albort Park. » ' 27 Local Forces, 17 to "ii ii '.."20, ' July 4 Melbourne ......... ' ' n" „ 11 Carltou. St. Kilda; „ 18 St. Kilda „ 25 North Melbourne NorthMelbourne. „ 8 Richmond , ......... Richmond. • :, 15 Local Forces ...... Artillery Reserve. 22 Carlton .............. Carltou. „ 29 Melbourne Melbourne. Sept. 5 St. Kilda :... Albert Park.;. , „ 12 North Melbourne.. Geelong. ' „ 19 Geelong „ 26 East-Melbourne ..: Albert Park. Oct. 3 Southern ............ Fawkner Park. ' SOUTH-~PARK FOOTBALL CLTJJB;— The following are the mutches arranged for tho South Part Football Club':— - Date. Grouud. May; 30 June G „ 13 » 20 July 4 11 Aug. 1 .. -15 „ 22 29 Sept. 5 „ 12 10' „ : 26 Oct. 10 Clifton Second Twenty Al bert Park ...

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