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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH, 1872. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Whiteman, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

Wednesday, October 9th, 1872. 1 t (Before Messrs. Jfimmo and Whitemnn, J.P.'s) Stealing Ducks.—Two young bow named Henry Jenkins and John Waterson, were charged with stealing ducks from Elizabeth Eon-lands, residing in Chesnell-street, on Monday, 7th inst., between two and three o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Eowlauds heard a noise of some ducks on the day in question, and on proceeding to ascertain the cause, saw the two boys before the court, one of them holding a bag, and the other holding her duck, and placing it in the bag. On speaking to them they ran away, taking the duck and bag with them. On pursuing them she caught the boy Watereon, and gave him iu charge. She identified the bag and duck produced in court, as her property. Jane McTier, gave evidence as to seeing the boys with the bag and duck on the day in question. The Bench gave the lads a severe admonition, and cautioned them, and on account of their youth, only fined them 5s. each or 24 hours imprisonment, at the same ...

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 — 10 October 1872

"'""Important to. Advertisers. - ' _; ■ ■ _ NOTICE ! ... • In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The RiXoiiD, all Advertisements intended for immediate insertion, must be sent to the office not later than noon on Wednesdays. ■All- advertisements are continued and ~ch'drged~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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

Hollouiai/'s Pills.—Impurities of the Blood.— To ensure health it is abosolutely necessary that the Uiiicis and solids of the human body should be kept free from those impurities which are eou tinually gaining admission to the system by erroneous living, unwholesome atmosphere, or disordered stomach. The only safe and certain method of expelling all impurities is to take Jffol loway's Pills which hare the power of cleansing the blood from all noxious matters, at the same time removing any irregularities, which their presence may have already produced. Hollo way's Pills expell all humours which taint or impoverish the blood, and thereby purify and invigorate and give general tone to the system. Young or old, robust or delicate may alike experience their beneficent effects. Dr. Bright'a Phosphodyne.—Multitudes of I people are hopelessly suffering from Debility, Nervous and .Liver Complaints, Depression of Spirits, Delusions; Unfitness for Business or Study, Failure of Hearing, Sight, ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1872. EVENHANDED JUSTICE? [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

E.MEKALI) , HILL : . .-.rTCLOJiSDAY, OCTOBER 10i"1872,M stE-VE-NHANDED • JUSTICE Ux In a few words we may state that the ;Victoriatlie PI.M!C'.S^S^f^rct^5|.;-$ while making : ah. ■ experimental-- trip^ .,dp\yn>.the l^ay with-a party,-.consisting "of t'6e"honr.WiuT.Minister. _Mr .^LaSg ton and other cabinef-ministefsj-steate-' ing .through-.^ well-buoyed^passage^io. broa'd daylight3,went or was allowed to go on shore,! . Shortly after'this event a coasting captain in a sailing vessel, the''4Ahine," e;i»ceredthe Heads','.'aiid while, endeavoring to signal, as he Re lieved in .conformity with the, . Fort Regulations, Captain Thompson's ship also wentkashore near QueeDscliff; bothi the vessels were got off without material injury, but that of course does not dis turb the issue. "We shall place en precis the two cases in-position:— ' Captain Panter deposed , that the engineer, reporting that he wished the vessel stopped in order to " cool bear ings," rectify some " glands" or other wo...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRTJIDS. The sixth anniversary of " Royal Oak"; Lodge, No. G, of the above Order, was celebrated* by a grand dinner, on Monday evening last at the Myrtle Hotel, Coventry-street, Emerald Hill, iu a very handsome manner, somewhat out of the common in the way of anniversary dinners. The room was most tastefully decorated, under the supervision of Bro. W. Garter, with flowers and shrubs from his nursery, and from the Botanical Gardens. An apology was received from Barou Yon Mueller, regretting his being unable to be present on the occasion through illness. There were about 120 gentlemen sat down to dinner. Bro. T. Lambert, A.D. of the lodge, occupied the chair, supported by the District President, Bro. J. Boyd ; Grand Treasurer, Bro. Curtis; Grand Secretary, Bro. A. Hunt; Vice-President, Bro. Ballard; Past District President, Bro. Sclilain ; Bro. Barnard; His Worship the Mayor (Dr. Sturt), Crs. Bro. J. Whiteman, M.L.A., Page, and Mills, (EmeraldHill); Cr. Eea, (S...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THE LIBERTY OF THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

THE LIBERTY OF THE BAR. There can be do doubt that a barris ter;-duly-fee'd "and instructed, is in honor duty bound- to-protect to the uttermost-: his 1 client, and ;right or wrong, that is. guilty or-hot guilty, to. prove bv evidence} logic or' rophistry, his innocence and respectability; and: tojio~tins "nq[^p^l^~BjC^iSs^"Hoyrever unwillingly, '^damage ^the credibility, of: hostile .witnesses ; • and-reallyrastute gentlemen " of the long' robe do this: ■'yery- "effectively without offensively attributing wilful and corrupt perjury, by--attributing- mistaken -impressions .and excited imagination; there are, However, some who, in their zeal to eitxi, their :fes| go too far-^oyershoot the. mark', and prove too much; and there are others who, we suppose with the ^laudable intent of getting their client offy do not hesitate to: make use of'inuendoes of a mopt damaging char acter in reference to the prosecutors or'their witnesses; as a rule, this kind of thing, boomerang like, recoils m...

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 — 10 October 1872

To,the,JEditpr of The Record. Sir,—Whilst agrceing.with all that your cor respondent " C.E."has written with reference to the proposed sale of portion of laud granted to the Church of England of Emerald Hill, and the conversion of St. Luke's Church iuto a school room, there are, I think, other reasons against such a course being adopted which have escaped | his notice. In the first place, the land, on portion of whicii the schoolroom is now erected, is not sufficiently large to allow of a play-ground for the accom | modation of all the children attending the school, and many of them may often be seen playing in the street opposite the school; of course, if the sale takes place there will be still less laud avail able for recreative purpose. I would also submit that the laud was granted with a View to the wants of this community in the future, and not for the purpose of being sold : and it is unjust to the inhabitants toideprivo them of land granted for religious:and educational;purp...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FALSE SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

FALSE SYMPATHY. There is no doubt that the attention of the philanthropic Howard, later Mrs. Fry, and others, has done much to ameliorate the condition of the pri soners in the penal establishments of the older countries, and we in this colony have followed in the footsteps of those reformers ; but we have gone further, we have, in fact, as we do in most things," slopped over" and gone to the opposite extreme with our con victs, and we now find that, presuming on this fact, men who have abrogated their, citizen rights, who have by their own vileness forfeited every privilege which a free man can claim, and who have to be caged for a useless existence like wild beasts at the cost of the industrious and honest members of society, are recalcitrant and insolent to those in authority, violent, and at last murderous, and when we come to deal with these men, we have members of the legislature ready to defend such insubordination almost to justify the murder—for we hold the intention is ihe...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] SALE OF ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

3™^0pllfflSPbOTEK0B'. -•'' ^ L W c arc not responsible for tlie opinions expressed by our Correspondents] SATVK 6f ST^. LUKE'S CHXJECH; ' To the Editor of The Record. Sir,—The invitation of one ot the church wardens of St. Luke's, which appeared in your . last issue, I beg to decline with thanks. Offering 1 totgive a particular person information.concern--, ing the sale of the church, in which ao many are interested, is in keeping with the mode of pro-*! ceeding which has been adopted throughout the transaction,and can hardly be deemed satisfactory. | It is to be {feared that those who have under taken the sale of the church without consulting the parishioners have exceeded the duties of their ; oflice ; but, in anj' case, let U3 hope that they are influenced by good motives, which their modesty prevents them from explaining. Where, the new St. Luke's Church is to be built, and how it is to be built, are questions, answers to which would be* acceptable, but which do not particularly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

Miscellaneous. McFARLANE & SON, Watchmakers, Jewellers & Opticians, .105 Elizabeth Street, MELBOURNE. Colonial Jewellery made to Order. PEBBLE AND OTHER SPECTACLES. 1 ' 0^= Medical Card ! ';,, EDWxVTRD MYERS, V'M.bJ Duly Qualified Medical Practitioner, (From PEltU),:: • And Legally Registered bj thc^Icdical Board of .Victoria Hereby notifies to the public that he has commenced the practice of his profession. DR. MYERS has for a number of years, both in North and South America, made the disease? of a malignant type, such as <V:'- - • CANCEIl (without operation). * • GLANDULAR SWELLINGS • * ULCERS, SCROFULA, GOUT, KHEUJLVTISM, And other affections arising- from IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD, A specialty, His unqualified success fully justifies him in asserting with confidence that he can relieve and cure the most desperate cases, evidences of which may be seeu by visiting him. : DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES AND CHILDREN ' TREATED WITH MARKED success. Consultations...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. IS HE RICH? [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

ORIGINAL. POETRY. - IS HE RICH?., They ask not i£ lie's good and true, . Kor heed his noble gait, The question daily they renew, .Is—" what is his estate"? . Tliey care not for his faithful hearty Discard his gentle birth, These can to theni-no charni3 impart, 'Tis always—" what's he worth "? Tlioy look on liiui with biased eyes (He visits me by stealth) ; ; The cause of this displeasure lies In that detested wealth. To me he's ever constant, kind; To him they're ever cold; And yet the only fault they find, . Is that lie has not gold. They will not let us strive to earn The lucre they adore, By frugal habits thus to learn - Necessity for more: But wish us rather to begin In allluence and ease, Although 'twere better for to win Our fortune by degrees. *Xis thus in mingled hopes and fears Our youthful days we spend, To wait, yesWait, perhaps for years, Uncertain of the end. Oh. why should money thus control ? Thus ev'ry sense bewitch.? For it men barter lifo and soul; ' 'Tis always—" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

/'.tvm. of Emerald Sill. . NOTICE. TEE COLLECTOR attends at his office Town Council Chambers, EVERY MORNING, From 9 to 11, to" Receive Payment of Hates. WILLIAM TOPE, Kate Collector. Town of Emerald HilL TENDERS will be received until 7'30 p.m. on Monday, 28th October, prox., For Leasing the Three-chain-road Toll Grate. „ ,, Saudridge-road „ ,, „ . Yarra-bank-road „ For a period of 12 months from 1st Nov. next. And until Thursday, Oct. 17th, at Four p.m., For Channelling and other Works oil portion of Sandridge-road, &c. Conditions, &c., to he seen at the Council Chambers. JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 26ih September, 1872. Public Notices. South Melbourne Gas Company. SECOND CALL due October 1st, and payable i now at Company's Office. (By order of the Board) , JOHN GEO. MILES, Secretary. Emerald Hill Sea Bathing- Company, (limited.) .'CALLS. OTICE.—The First Call of 2s. 6d. per share ,o-l on the capital of the Company has been made due, and payable on the 1...

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 — 10 October 1872

viir. Tailors. 2>rapers, &c. ■. , . X IMPORTANT , NOTICE ! : IMCbs. FLETGKEESR. Begs most respectfully to inform lier many Iriehds and the public! of Emerald Hill tliat she has Opened those Premises, ITo. '31 2A1TK STB3BT W2ST, (Kear Catholic Chapel), with a Choice Selection of 3>:3E£'.&. PER Y, .Hosiery, Haberdashery, Trimmings, v Ladies' and Children's Boot? and Shoes, &c. . Mrs. F. will also be prepared to take orders for Milliuery, Mantle and Dress Making, having made arrangements for the supply (monthly) of; Jjondou and Paris I'asliions, so that all orders entrusted to lier will be executed in the) most fashionable style. ladies'Own Materials made up. In connection with the above, Mrs. I*. has also Opened a Registry Oflice. Address—SI BANK-STREET WEST, EMEUALD HII,!.. : I-' ZUEXfcS. APPLBBYV; Milliner, Dressmaker, - j BEHOVED "TO; 145 CLARENDON STREET,' ' MtEKALD HISLi -i ;1 1 ' ! All kinds of Drapery ■ Goods sold at I he lotoests possible prices. ...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AXD DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AXD DEATH'S. District. Deputy Registrar Eirtlis. Deaths. Melbourne (South) E.Preudergast 7 ... it Melbourne! (North) C-r. F. Nugle... 30 , 10 Melbourne (West) J. Warman ... 6 : . 3 Emerald Hill ...... A. Rummer 11 -4 Sandridgc ......... A. Plummer 3 2

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 October 1872

Births. Marriages, and Seatbs. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths arc inserted jbsk of cixarok, and communication of such events arc respectfully solicited.] bibtns. • Errgussox.—On the 30th ult., at 100 Covcntry street, JSoieratd Hill, Mrs. 31. W'. Eorgussou of a daughter. lV draths. " ■ V ■ Cooke.—On the 6th inst., at the resideoce'of liis parents,,. Bank-street . west,.. Emerald-Hill,. William Henry,, third son, of Charles ,Edward, and Harriet Cooke, of Melbourne, aged .six years'^ and five months.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] THE RAILWAY. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 31 October 1872

OOE-BBSPONDEKOE. THE RAIIAVAY. ' the Editor of The Kecord. ' '"Sir,—I wish to cull attention through your columns' to the disgraceful state of: tlio path at -our Hailway-station, on the St. Kilda side, which is' quite • impassable, on # wet day; arid I think if the'Melbourne and' ITobson's Bay Railway Co'J2 , paay>twcre. to. go to the trifling expense of laying down/flags from Dorcas-street, they would confer I A fuVor on many; as well aa a frequent".*,'1 ,;rir - I.-:.'.- PASSKSOER. . Octobor 28th, 1S72. ..y.-v.v» " My deai\'v'said a liuabaud^to his ivife. 'J.I'm , .gom^-.tci.stiirtja^cpftejS''plantation." " How'll you get there's no trouble about that "^alwuys have plenty of coft'ce grounds in my cup."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 31 October 1872

Holloieau's Ointment and Pills.—Diseases of the Skin.—No case of disease of the skin, be its nature what it may, has failed to be benefited by these potent remedies when proporlv applied. In scrofulous and scorbutic atleefcions they are especially serviceable. Scurvey and .erruptious, which had resisted all othor modes of treatment ami were gradually becoming worse from j-ear to yeaivhave been completely cured by Holloway's cooling Ointment and purifying Pills, which root out disease from the blood itself, leaving the con stitution ■ free from every inorbid taint. Iu the nursery Holloway's Ointinont should be ever at baud; it will g.ve immediate ease iu sprains, contusions, burns, scalds, infantile eruptions, and may always safely be applied by any ordinar attendant". T I)i*. Bright's 'Phosphodytte.—Mull' people are hopelessly suSoring fro- etudes of Nervous and Liver Complaints, ' m Debility, Spirits, Delusions; Unfitness f depression of Study, 'Failure of Hearing," Si-. or Busines...

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EMEBALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1872. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Sturt, Iffla, and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 31 October 1872

EMEBALD HILL POLICE OOTOT. Saterday, Octcobbb 19, 1872. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Sturt, Iffla, aud Pooto, J.P's.) Alleged Illegal Deie>ition.—George Lowis, of Hie Myrtle Hotel, was summoned by George Mcndes for illegally detaining a tablo cloth lent for the late Druids' dinner. Mrs Mendes deposed that she lent the cloth and never saw it sinco. Mrs. Lewis and a grand-daughter swore to having takon the cloth home and given it into the posses sion of Mrs. Mendes. The Bench with the evi dence before them, wero unable to decide, and therefore dismissed the case without prejudice to further proceedings being taken. Mr. Mendos intimated his intention of taking the case into a higher court. Minor Offences.—Thomas Jones, summoned by tho police for driving on the footpath, was fined 10s. with 2s. Gd. costs. George Grey, for having no light on building materials was fined 'Kte. or seven days imprisonment. Abusive Words.—Julia Maher, summoned by Maria Ilobbs for using insulting an...

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ALBERT PARK LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 31 October 1872

ALBERT PAHE LAKE. Veey little interest was taken iu tlic sailing on tlie lake last Saturday, no doubt owing to there being no Club matches en. There were a large j number of persons present, and a quantity oC ! boats .wore sailing during the afternoon. At tbo usual weekly meeting of the Club, held at the Clarendon Hotel, on Tuesday evoning, two silver cups were subscribed by the Club as prizes, one to be competed for by yachts, and the othor by skiffs, to be won three sepavate occasions. There will be a yacht race and a skiff race on Saturday next for the cups, and there will also be a prize awarded the second boat . The following entries were rccoived :—for (lie .Yacht Eacc—"Paugh-a ballage," W. Reddish; "Pearl," J. Cosgrave "Ifautilns," J. Messenger; "Leader," W. Cowper; " Record," T. Jelfs. sen., " Argus," Win. Heard; " Mystery," J." F. Marrctt; " Secret," H. A. Stroug. For the Skiff Race—" Jane Elizabeth," Wm. Reddish; " Rose of Denmark," J. Messen ger ; "Annabclla," Wni. Cowper...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, OCTOBER 28, 1872. (Before Mr. Mollison P.M., and Mr. Leigh J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 31 October 1872

SANDEID&E POLICE COURT. Monday, Octobeh 28, 1872. . (Before Mr. Mollisou P.M., and Mr. Leigh J.P.) Drunkenness.—Lawrence Od"on, Francis Hig gins, Henry Edwards, John Wright, and .Fred erick Scott, were each charged with being drunk and disorderly, and were fined 5a. each. Insulting Hehai'iour.—Two seamen, named Peter Eduiond and Alexander Gallagher, were charged by the polico with lighting in the public streets, and were each lined 10c., with Is. 6d. each costs for cab hire. Larceny.—Julia Glendinning, remanded from last Monday in consequence of hor disorderly behaviour, charged with stealing a £1 note from a little girl named Mary Ann Hudson. On being asked if she preferred being tried by the Bench or sent to trial by jury, eho chose the first-, saying that she would be satisfied by the decision of the Bench. For tho defence, the prisonor called a woman named Jane Dollman, who said that sho was not present at the time wlion tho prisoner met tho little girl. In answer to a q...

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