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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 11 June 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS i AND . |DEATHS. . . District. Deputy Registrar. liirths. Deaths Melbourne (South) E. Prendergast 10 21 Melbourne (North) 0-. P. Uagle... 26 17.... Melbourne (West) D. Morison ... 1 1, Emerald Bill ...... A.Plummer... 13 •- 6; ' Sandridge A. Plummer... 1 2"' Births,Marriages, anil Deaths. [NoticeB of Birtlis, Marriages; and Deaths.are inserte raEB op charge, and coinmunical ion *of jsacbi events ar spectfully solicited.] BIRTHS.   EKMAN.—On the 29th alt., at 291 Albert-road, the wife of R. A. Ekman of a daughter.   MARRIAGE.     HOCKNELL—WOOD.—On the 2nd inst., at the Independent Church, Emerald Hill, Melbourne, by the Rev. E. Greenwood, John Arthur Hock nell, of Sydney, oldest son of Isaac Richard Hocknell, of Manchester, to Josephine Loudon, second daughter of John Wood, of Melbourne, formerly of Bonnington, Edinburgh. DEATHS. WHEATLEY.—On the 29th ult., at his nephew's residence, 209 Albert-road, Emeral...

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 — 18 June 1874

Jlollowut/'s Ointment and Pills.—Pear Not.— Though surrounded by circumstances disadvan tageous to health, those remedies, properly applied, will cut short fevers, influenza, inflammation, diphtheria, and a host of other complaints always lurking about to seize on the weak, forlorn, or unwary. The superiority of Holloway's medi cines ovev others for subduing disease has boeu so widely and fully proved that it is only necessary to ask the afflicted to give them a trial, and if the instructions folded rounded them be followed, no disappointment will ever ensue, nor dangerous cousequences result. In hoarseness and ulcerated sore throat the Ointment should frequently be rubbed on the neck and upper part of the chest; ' it will arrest the increasing inflammation, allay disquietude, and gradually cure. A Scotch Head-Keeper's Letter.—John Mc Ificol of Habost he will be very bad three months or two months ago, and ho waz thinkin he will die, and him with a wife and five bairns too, and four...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

FOOTBALL. The South Parle Club are requested to meet at tho Spencer-street Station at lialf-past two o'clock, on Saturday, the 20th inat. The following are the team picked :—Allen (captain),; Crockett, Allen, Elcuis, Henery, Mirnchen, McGiunis, Spcnee, Whitehorne, Taylorj J. Addison, Banks, Gourlav (-), Hopkinson, McGuirc, Sleight, Thomas, Collard (2). Emergencies :—Slatterand W. Addison. There was a match played on Saturday, the 13th inst., between the South Park and tlie St. Kilda, which resulted in a victory for the former, they obtaining one goal to their opponent's nil.' The match between the South Park Second Twenty and the Alma was played la3t Saturday, and, after an exceeding hard contest, resulted in a draw, no goal being kicked for either side. For the former, Chessell, Allan, and W. Addison specially distinguished themselves. On Saturday nest the South Park Second Twenty meet the West Melbourne in tlie Royal Park. The team will be chosen from the follow ing, who will xuus...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

'LOCAL INSOLVENTS. James Piper, of Emerald Hill, bookbinder. Causes of insolvency: Heavy expenses in a law suit, aud sickness in family. Liabilities, L81 6s. lOd.; assets, LX1 j deficiency, L70 6s. lOd. Mr. Jacomb, assignee. Francis Meyer, of Sandridge, commission agent. Causes of insolvency: Having become responsible for the debts of others, and want of remunerative employment. Liabilities, Ll,279 10s.; assets, L92 15s.; deficiency, LI,186 15s. Mr. Halfey, assignee.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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PROPOSED CONTAGIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

- PROPOSED' OOOTA&IOUS- DISEASES HOSPITAL. !i A deputation from the Councils of the Town of Emerald Hill and Borougli of Sandridge, with several ratepayers of the latter district, waited upon the. lion, the Chief Secretary on Friday last, to protest against the selection of Fisherman's Bend as the site for tho proposed hospital for contagious diseases. The deputation consisted of Mr. D. Thomas, member for Sandridge; Crs. F. Poolman (mayor of Sandridge), Burroughs, May, and Swallow; Mr. E. Clark (town clerk), and Messrs. Davenport, Williams, Read ford, and G-. W; Bobbins (ratepayers); Crs. James Page (mayor of Emerald Hill), Danks, Mills, and Foote. Tho Commissioner of Public Works and Dr. M'Crea (chief medical officer) were also prosont. I Mr. Thomas, who introduced the deputation remarked that the site selected was within 48 | chains of a population of 7,000 people in Sand ridge, and upwards of 20,000 in Emerald Trill, and that it was highly objectionable to bring con tagio...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Thursday, 11th June, 1874. MR. CLEMENT HODGKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

Thursday, llti June, 1874. Mb. Clem est Hodgkinson. On a vote of £750, as a " gratuity to Clement Hodgkmaon, Esq.", late Assistant Commissioner of Crown Lands and Inspector-General of Public Parks, Gardens, and Reserves, in recognition of his services and work performed overtime in con nexion with the creation of our public gardens," Mr. Whiteman expressed surprise that there was anj opposition to the vote, or that it should be made a stalking-horse for attacking the Go vernment. Mr. Hodgkinson had been many years in the public service, and had discharged his duties zealously und faithfully, from 1862 to 1873 he had, in addition to filling the office of Assistant-Commissioner of Lands, been the super intendent of the parks and gardens in the neigh borhood of the city, and th» beauty of Fitzroy Gardens, the Albert Park, and other reserves, testified to his indefatigable exertions. He re ceived no remuneration for these services during ten or eleven years, and the amount now proposed ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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OUR MEMBERS IN[?] THE HOUSE. Tuesday, 9th June, 1874. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

OUR MEMBERS liTJTHE HOTTSE." (From Mansard.) |_VVe resume this column in order that our renti ers may have an opportunity of preserving the records of our representatives' speeches in Par liament, for reference at any future election j seeing that their doings are not giTen at length in the metropolitan journals. —Ed. Tuesday, 9th June, 1874. Public Ihstjtoctiok. Mr. Whiteman considered that tlio Education department had taken a wrong course in con nexion with the erection of State schools. Much more expense than was necessary had been in curred. Half tbe money expended in erecting tlio State school on Emerald Hill might hare been saved. As much money, had been wasted on that building as would have sufficed for tbe erection of another building large enough to acco modate tbe same number of pupils. Among tbe " requisites " at the Emerald Hill school were 32 wash-band basins, which cost probably £2 each, not one of which was used. The same waste of money was obseryable in every other ...

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 — 18 June 1874

Tova of Emerald Sill. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TITHE BURGESS LIST is in preparation and _ JL will be ready for Inspection in a few days. Forms of claimB and objections can be ob tained of ' - / JAMES EVILLE, Town Clerk. Tffwa of Emerald Sill. KEGISTEATION ' OF DOGS Fob the Yeas*1874; F I N A L NO TIC THE J.C.OLLECTOR having, called upon.. all, - Hbweholders'for Payment 'of-Re^stration? Fees, if the same be not -paid forthwith , every Person hating an„TJnregistered Dog on his or her prenuses' will be' proceeded '.against without further notice./' Dogs can ■ be Registered at the "Council Chambers, eveir day, during office hours. May 14, 1874. f. m: garson, Collector.. Town of Emerald SilL r Bte-law No 53. A Bxe-laW km the Regclatios of Bathing frost the Beach ox the'pobtioit op the' Sea Coast within the mure of the Town of Eiteraid Hill. • IT is hereby notified that, at the Ordinary Meeting of the Town Council of Emerald Hill, to be held upon FRIDAY, I9th June prox., it is the intention of...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1874. (Before Messrs. Page and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

Monday, June -15, 1874. (Before Messrs. Page and Mouat, J.P.'s.) Obscene Language.—Two young men, .named James Fahey and Frederick Douglass, .were sum moned by the police for" making use of. obscene language in a public street on .Sunday evening last; dismissed with a.caution.^ Drunkenness.—Robt. Johnson, for beiug drunk on the same evening, was fined 40s. "or three days imprisonment. Jane Preston was fined 5s. or twenty-four hours; impriso nment for a similar offence. Henry Ambrose and W. C. Micklcjohn ■were also fined 10s. or forty-eight hours im prisonment each.

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS AND | .DEATHS. ... f : 'District. ' Deputy Registrar. -Birtlis.; Deaths. Melbourne (South.) -Melbourne (North) Melbourne (West) Emerald Hill Sartdridge E. Prendergaat Gr. E. Nagle ... D. Morison ... A. Hummer... A.- Plummer 7,. 52 1 19 "4r 11 ' 21' • 1 " 5 - 1

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SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Page, Mouat, Smith, and Iffla, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

• Satcbday, jVXB 13;-1874 (Before Messrs. Mollison; P.M., Page, Houat, Smitb,"and Iffla7J.P'B.)" No Light.—ThomasDiion summoned by the police for driving after sunset without lights,.waa fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Maintenance.—Henry Kersey was summoned by his wife, Hatha Kersey, for leaving her with out support. Mr. Bead appeared for compluinant, and Mr. Fausset for defendant. For the defence it was endeavoured to be shown that Kersey took his wife home to her parents for careless habits of late years; this however was not substantiated. The parties had been married some years, and Mr. Mollison observed, in giving the decision of the Bench, that defendant had taken his wife for better or worse in the flower of her youth, and it would never do to allow men to throw the burden of supporting their wife upon her parents in the coolest manner possible as defendant was alleged to have done. Defendant was ordered to pay 15s. per week intocourt, together with £1 3s. 6d. costs. Debt Cases...

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THE ANNUAL GRUMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

' THE ANNUAL GRUMBLE. <£ Why am I not on the Burgess Roll?" This .is. an annual question. Our answer is, " because you do not examine the list and see. for yourself :■ that your name is properly enrolled." "• Payment of rates is not a sure guaran tee for enrolment, as property is so "frequently changing hands, and tenants often come into occupancy after the ;rate has been made, and the previous tenant's name appears on the list. The Burgess List, we observe from advertisement ia another column, is now in course of preparation, and we have been requested to urge upon the burgesses the necessity for inspecting tie list. Theie is a numerous class who claim, but will not take the trouble to attend the Eevision Court which is absolutely necessary. We shall continue to urge this matter upon our towns 1 men, and then, when the election ' comes 110 one can with justice complain. • of his name being left off the roll. The Council offices, we hear, will be open for several evenings...

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VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

VOLUNTEERS. The Emerald Hill Artillery Secretary's Cup was again shot for oil Saturday last, 23 members entering. Nothwitbatanding the drawbacks of variable wind and a heavy shower of rain at the commencement of match, a few excellent totals ■were made, notably that of the winner, Gunner 1). Irvine, 68 points for 21 shots, without sigbters, a Bcore that has seldom been beaten. There were seven shots fired at each range, in any position. The following are the total scores of 55 and upwards:— Names. Q-unner D. Irvine G-unner A. B. Smith.. „........ Q-unner—YuilTe Sergeant Gould ..v...;..'...;.;... Gunner Adams U.iii.i..;..;.... Sand-sergeant Brown Gunner Jas. Prior............... Gunner Angus Gunner J. Davidson............ Gunner.C. jS-wynne Gunner :D; ;Wood; .V,.. v.; T3 -§ B. tS ai *3 © © 2 § § o IQ o te <) H H 21 23 24 68 6 74 H 20 18 21 59 10 69 E' 20 15 18 53 16 69 E 22 18 11 51 13 64 E 17 17 19 53 10 63 H 19 19 15 53 10 63 E 19 8 13 40 20 60 H 14 15 11 40 20 60 0 24 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

Sank' Notices. English, .Scottish, and Australian . /Chartered Bank, COBNERr OP CLARENDON & BANK STS., r. ; EJIERAUD IIh/L. BllJpS DISCOUNTED, Advances made or Casli Credits granted on approved Personal °r other Security, and Money received on Deposit at Call or for Fixed Periods. —■Drafts issued on the London Oflice, Branches and Agents of the Bank in England, Ireland, Scotland, America, California, the Australian Colonies, and New Zealand, at Current, Kates of JiiclisDgc, and general Banking business trail sacted. " . *L. M'CCUCIIEOX, Manager. English,; Scottishj and Australian Chartered Bank, QORJfER OF CLAREJTDON & BANK STS., . Emerald Hiil. i. I;t r. . ; ... -i-S' Iktebest ox Deposits : : months, 5 per cent, per annum. ' ; * jj r £ ,» ''4 ' „ n- ' ' <-• ■ 'J. M'CUTCHEON, Manager, i Bank of Victoria N°TICE IS HEREBY GIVES thst a j BRANCH of this Bank IS NOW OPEN •atthecoraer of Clarendon and Covenliy-streete, :JiKierald Hill, for the transaction of Gen...

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CONTAGIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES HOS PITAL. . We must congratulate Mr. D. Thomas, M.L.A., and the Councillors of Sand ridge and Emerald Hill for the suc cessful stand they made in protesting against the hospital for contagious diseases being established in our midst, seeing that through their repre sentations the Government, notwith standing the opinion of Dr. McCrea, ' have abandoned the scheme. No doubt Dr. McCrea's reason for selecting the site in Fisherman's Bend ' as being the most suitable was, that after .! proposing situations in other localities which were protested against by the inhabitants contiguous to them, he se " lected Sandridge or Emerald Hill as being most likely to bear the nuisance .. without murmuring. However, he has ; found that we have at least one mem ber who will not see these districts entirely trampled upon; and through his exertions we have to rejoice at • having escaped the infliction the Go . yernment would have imposed upon us. . Mr. "Whiteman, on Tuesday, gave n...

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1874. (Before Messrs. Page, Foote, and Mouat, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

Wednesday, Juke 17, 1874. (Before Messrs. Pago, Foote, and Mouafc, J.P's.) Assault.—Isabella Bryant was summoned by Margaret Yiucent for assaulting lier on Monday last, in Boseueath-place, off Market-street. Mr. Harcourt appeared for complainant. From the evidence it appears that defendant, on the day in question, challenged complainant to light, and upon her declining to acquiesce she (defendant) called her certain insulting names and struck her several blows upon the head, at tho same time trying to jam her head against a brick wall. The Bench considered the case proven and fined de fendant 10s. with 30s. costs, or fourteen days imprisonment in default. Horse Uncontrolled.—S. P. Croiton summoned by the police for not having his horse under proper control, was fined lOs.with 2s. 6d. costs, or three days imprisonment. Debt Casei.—J. K. Wright v. Marie Hubbard, fraud summons, £1 3s.; amount ordered to be paid, together with 7s. 6d. costs in seven days, Eayson Brothers v. John M. Bola...

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FACTS, FANCY AND FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

: PACTS, FANCY AND PUN. Broken spirit—A brandy smash. A Mantcl-ahelf—A lady's shoulder. The modern song of love—Cupid-ditty. Genuine bumps of curiosity—Chignons. To an Angel—What on earth are you doing ? Ministers of the interior—The cook and tho doctor. An eccentric chuck—Chucking an old maid under the chin. The primeval forest was situated in tho Garden of Eden. When does water resemble a gymnast ?— When it makes a spring. What is the only thing that can live in the midst of firo ?—A piece of coal. Why is the root of tho tongue like a dejected man ?—Because it is down in the mouth. The author of the saying—You must always take a man as you find him—was a constablo. When a naughty little hoy breaks a window, he should be punished, on the principle that pain? and penalties go together. A young lady recently whipped out an inci pient conflagration with her stockings. Sho had heard that firemen used hose. What's the reason you have the wrong side of your stocking turned out ? said Jim...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. JTbtdat, Jukb 12, 1874.; (Before Hia Woraliip the Mayor.) , Obscene Language:—Michael Dowling charged with using obscene language in a public place, was fined 10s. or three days imprisonment:

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 — 18 June 1874

Talloi ^ Drapers, &.C. LL I FESflB'SOB, • ^4 Clothier, 1*2 CXiA? /53J?,0K STEEET, EstEBiED HUI/, • ifOypoaite St. Luke's Churoh.5 Yarravil Geelong Tweeds always .on hind. » S. A P P L E B t, 3£llUner, Dressmaker, be-, v :i-t5jgLAItENT)Oy ST., EMERALD HILL. } lH "kinds of Drapery Goods sold the lowest possJole prices; j also, a large assortment of • ' INDIAN EMBROIDERY (just arrived) Comprising Infant's Robes, Short Frocks; Ladies' Petticoat#, 1 Tcbkefttfmdkcrchiefs,' and ihutow strips for trijnzmngSj &c; Hats and Feathers Cleaned* :Br' S~. FX, E T 0 E*B E:rS| it Papery, Millinery. Mantle, and ^Dressl- j " making SstaTslishmrtrit.'. 81- BANK STREET WEST,; ;Next the.Roman Catholic Chapeil, Emerald Hill. ] L~'~: Music.. M R.. , W. R O L F E, Teacher of the pianoforte, Harmonium | and. Singing1. Pupils attended: at. their, own, residence, or at I . Me. Rome's, • ESPLANADE,. SANDRIDGHE. PRIZE PI A IT OS. : WILLIAM MA T H E W S obtained the only Prize ■ awarded for entered...

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A PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 18 June 1874

: 1 . A; PiUBtIC LIBRARY. '■ ' • Pestalozzi's. great. nmximthat.tHe. pleasures of science, aud philosophy are consgnant . with' habits of. ..manual labior, and that no class- should be cut off from the'Piemn.spring^'is fast be coming- generally. accepted. ? The removal of ancient restrictions to the use of'such marvellous collections of. books as the ..-Imperial Library of Russia, the Bibliotheque Natiouale of'Frauc^j and the British Museum Library • the formation of Free Town. Libraries S and the gradual spread of nauotiai " .Elementary Education are pleasing evidences of the fact. For giving it practical effect by embody ing it in her laws and institutions, pre-eminent amongst the Australasian group of . Colonies, stands Victoria. In her- University, with its affiliated Natural History Museum- in her Public Library, with its affiliated In dustrial Museum and Gallery of Art.; injthe handsome structures now being erected throughout the country for her Public Schools; .Victoria lias ...

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