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SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Smith, and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

Satttbday, July 4, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Smith, aDd Mouat, J.P.'s.) ivo Light.—John McNamara was summoned by the police for driving after sunset without lights, and was fined 10s. with 2s. Gd. costs; the same defendant was afterwards fined 10s. with 2s. 3d. costs for driving without owner's name and residence painted on the vehicle. Horse Uncontrolled.—John Smith for not hav ing his horse tinder control was lined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs. Debt Cases.—C. A. Baiter v. Thomas Christ mas Nolan, goods, £1 19s. 5d.; verdict for the amount with os. costs. Assault.—Margaret Sullivan was summoned by Margaret Philips for an assault. Fined 20s., or three days' imprisonment. A cross-summons in this case was dismissed, so also was a summons by Denis Sullivan against John Philips. Alleged. Larceny.—John McDonald, who had been several times remanded, charged with hav ing a piece of hose in his possession, was dis charged, as no owner could be found. Transfer of License.—The licenso ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FACTS, FANCY AND FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

PACTS, FANCY AND FUN. Why is an old coat like a new kettle ?—Because it represents hard ware. What is matrimony ?—An insane desire to keep another man's daughter. ■ What is.better than presence of mind in a rail way accident?—Absence of .body.". ■ A miser's first rule, in arithmetic is addition.; «but his heirs generally begin with division. What is that which no man wishes to hare, yet when he has it, would be very.sorry to lose it?— A bald head. • A Western hotel has a terrier dog which has killed 100 rats in a month. A smart dog, but rather an Hncomfortable sort of an inn. . " I can't drink liquor,", said Bob, " it goes right to my head." . "Well," said Bob's friend, " where could it go with less danger of being crowded.'.' • ■ r ■ " Oh, George, your sister is a nice girl, but she does dress her head up so." " Yes," said George, -"'ibiit it is th? fashion;- there'Is nothing" in i£,'yoii know." TnotjonTi-'L'L.—A girl, hearing her mistress tell her husband to bring Dombev and Son,"...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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MONDAY, JULY 6, 1874. (Before Messrs. Page and Finlay, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

Monday, July 6, 1874. (Jbciore Messrs. .rage aud Jnmay, J.lr. s.) Drunkenness.—Margery Mcllwan charged with bein» drunk and disorderly, was linei 53., or 24 hours' imprisonment. Insulting Behaviour.—TLio same prisoner was then charged with insulting behaviour in a public place and fined £10, or three months' imprison- ' ment with hard labor in default. ; Larceny.—Elizabeth Monckler was charged with stealing a chair from Mindes' Royal Hotel, Sandridge-road, and was sentenced to two months' imprisonment with hard labor. Windoto Brettkimj. — Margaret Kelly, alias Bradley, charged with wifully breaking windows. Fined £5 with 15s. damages, or two months' im prisonment in default. The same prisoner was afterwards fined £10 or three months' imprison ment with hard labor for insulting behaviour in a public place, and 5s. or twenty-four hours' im prisonment for being drunk and disorderly— the terms of imprisonment being cumulative upon each other.

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AN APRIL-FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

AN APRIL-FOOL. " I don't know about it," said Lucy Pengare to herself. " It is very dull here, of course, and it. is very gay at Malcom's ; but then I'm dull .-too,j I am not like those gay folks, and I'd better iiofc go. Still, somoliow Bessie writes so kindly. She oponed the little pink note, in - which the traces of some delicate perfume yet lingered, aud read it over to herself, in a murmuring tone:— " Dear Lucy,—You have promised to spend this week with mo, and I hold you to your word. I should not bo happy without you. Miss Mont cloira is very nice, but wo ure not such close friends as you and I have been, and you will help me to entertain them all. Charlie told me that I must not let you off.—Yours as ever, " Bessie Maicom." " I wonder whether Charlie Malcom did sag that," said Lucy. " It was out of kindness, if he did. I—I think I'll go after all. Of course I shall bo a littlo brown sparrow among thoso fine birds, but I'll go, if Miss Merlin only will finish my dress in time...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. FOOTBALL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

CORRESPONDENCE [We ave not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] FOOTBALL. To the Editor of the Record. Sir,—A report appeared in the Age of the 6th inst., »n tho football match played between the Melbourne and Albert Purk Clubs on Saturday last, in which it seems to me, that praise for superiority of skill is unduly awarded to tlie Mel bourne players, I would feel obliged by your inserting a short statement of tlie case. The re spective captains, Goldsmith and Chessell, tossed for choice, and the latter elected to kick towards the northern goal, thereby securing the advan tage of the wind. At ten minutes past three the ball was kicked off 011 behalf of the Melbourne, and for some time neither sido obtained any advantage, tho ball being kept well in the centre of the ground. At last the Parkites worked the ball down the side towards the Melbourne goal, where Bracken, juu., secured a mark, and although a very fine kick, did iiot allow enough for the wind. The...

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 July 1874

Tailors, Drapers, &c. 1111 A M FERGUSON, Tailor and dottier, 112 OzAiiSKvox Street, Esieeaxj) Hill, - - . i'Opp««Uo St. LiAc'a Chmoh.) Sai-raviHe one! Geclrnp Tweeds always onhand. S. ' A P P-- L E" B- X', 7 Milliner, 3?ressaiai©r, &«•, -i ,145.:<M<AWV*PON.s:r., kMEBAIjD HEUL.... All kinds rfl>rapery n.<.ds sold at the lowest possible prices; aV- u ec assortment of INDIAN K M li \< OIDERY (just arrived) Comprising Infant's tt»*bes. Short Frocks, XiatJics' Petticoats, Fockcthandkerchiei* and i-arrow strips for trimmings, &c. lints: atitl leathers Cleaned* R S . F h E T C H E B' M Drapery. Millinery. Mantle, and Dress making Establishment, , 81 BANK STREET WEST, Nest tlie Roman Catholic Chapel, Emerald Hill. lYCusle. W. B O L E E, Teacher; of-tlie Pianoforte, Harmonium Pupils'.attended at their own residence, or at ; • _ • : .Mr. Rolfe's, .r : and' Sifcgingr. ihded at their own i . ,'i Mr. Rolfe's,' ESPLANADE, SAND...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1874. PROPOSED SALE OF TOWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1874. PROPOSED SALE OF TOWN LANDS. Emerald Hill is becoming a favorite Town of residence with gentlemen of wealth and social position. The pre mdine which once existed asainst its ultra democracy has happily passed away. Notwithstanding the number of terraces and handsome villas erected within the last three years, it is almost impossible to find a vacant house suitable for a gentleman's family. And there is little doubt that, if proper measures are adopted, it will continue to increase in pwblic favor. Its elevated position; its broad well formed streets; its ornamental waters; its recreation and park lands ; its con tiguity to the business part of the city; all mark it out as the future abode of our merchant princes and professional men. Foremost amongst the measures which will conduce to this desirable result stands that proposed at the pub lic meeting held on the 30th ultimo, namely: the sale of the unoccupied Crown lands, within the boundary of ...

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

Government Advertisements* Treasury, Melbourne, 20th February, 1873. NOTICE. — Victorian Government Stock bearing interest at the rate ef 4 per cent, per annum, may be purchased at the Treasury, Melbourne. Persons residing in country districts may obtain forms of application and other par ticulars at any of the Receipt and Pay Officcs. EDWARD LANGTON, Treasurer School District of Emerald Sill. ^J"OTICE is hereby given that Messrs. THOMAS LAMBERT AXD WILLIAM MARSHALL Have been NOMINATED candidates for the Tacancy in the Board, and that a POLL will be taken at the Council Chambers, Dorcas-street West, ou Monday, 20lh inst., for the election of one member. Poll will open at 9 o'clock a.m., and close at 4 o'clock p.m. JOHN NIMMO, J.P., Returning Officer. July 9th, 1874. Town of Emerald. Sill. UNPAID EATES. THE RATE COLLECTOR [attends daily at the Council Offices from Nine till Ten o'clock. *1I* Please bring your Notice with you. C. J. DURHAM, Rate Collector. 20th June, 1874. Town of Eme...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 9 July 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserte FREE OF CHARGE, and communication of such events ar               spectfully solicited.] BIRTHS. CROSSEN.—On the 27th June, at her residence, 5 Wynyard-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. D. A. Crossen, of a daughter. PATERSON.—On the 6th inst., at Cecil-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of D. C. Paterson of a son. PLUMMER.—On the 3rd inst., at No. 2 Leigh- terrace, Bay-street, Sandridge, the wife of James K. B. Plummer, solicitor, Melbourne, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. THOMAS.—CUENOD.—On the 30th ult., at Sand- ridge, Howell J. Thomas, L.L.B., younger son of S. Howell Thomas, Esq., Civil Service, Victoria, to Bertha E. Cuénod, youngest daughter of A. T. Cuénod-Churchill, Esq., Vevey, Switzerland. DEATHS. MADDEN.—On the 2nd inst., at Sandilands- street, Emerald Hill, after a painful illness, Miss Ellen Madden, ag...

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

. Holla icay's Ointmentandl'ills.—Sores,"Wounds, and Ulcers.—Every variety of sore, ulcer, erup tion, boil, and carbunclo is safely stopped in its destructive course by tbo timely application of this healing Ointment. It arrests unhealthy, aud substitutes healthy, action, thus curing inflamed, irritable, and spreading diseases affecting the skin Holloway's Ointment has gained an imperishable fame for its facility in healing old inflammatory sores about the shins aud ankles, and for bad legs and old wounds it cannot by equalled; nor is it less efficacious in gathered breasts and abscesses. When the complaint has been of long continuanc, Holloway's Pills will expediate recovery if taken in those doses which act as alteratives on tho stomach and tonics on the constitution., . ,, A Sufficient Ebasos.—An old clergyman, who had got a strong-lugged helper, observed that one of his hearers was becoming rather irre gular in his attendance at church. Of "course, the divine felt it his duey to...

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

LOCAL INSOLVENTS. Riclmrd Thomas Bcnningfield Lewis, of York street, Emerald Hill, buildor, now a prisoner in gaol. Causes of insolvency—Want of employ ment. Liabilities, £25 8s. 3d.; assets, £7; defi ciency, £18 8s. 3d. JTr. Hnlfey, assignee '% Frederic John Thomas Hitcliins, of Emerald Hill, law clerk. Causes of insolvency—Adverse judgment in the County Court, want of employ ment," sickness in family, and pressure of cradi: tors. Liabilities, £178 17s. lOd.; assets, £1; deficiency, £177 17s. lOd. Air. Jacomb, assignee.

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

Sank Notices, . English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Sauls, CORNER 01? CLABENDON & BANK. STS., Emerald Hill. BILLS . DISCOUNTED, Advances made or Cash Credits granted on approved Personal or other Security, and Honey received on Deposit at Call or for Fixed-Periods. . ' V" ■* ^Drafts issued on the London. Office, Brancnes, and Agents of the Bank in England, ■ Irelaiul, Scotland, America, California, tho Australian Colonics, and New Zealand, at Current Bates of Exchange,' and general Baukiug business tran sacted.- ; - •• •' J. M'CUTCHEON, Manager. English, Scottish, and Australian . Chartered Bank, CORNER OF CLARENDON & BANK STS-, Emerald Hill. IXTEBEST OS DEPOSITS: - Fixed for 12 months, 5 per cent, per annum. „ 6 „ 4 „ ;, J. M'CUTCHEON, Manager. Sank of Victoria "VTOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN thst a 'JN- -BBA3ICH of this Bank IS NOW OPEN •at the corner of Clarendon and Coventry-streets, Emerald Hill, for the transaction of General Business, under the management- of...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1874. BOARDS OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

EMERALD HILL THURSDAY, JULY 16, 187-1. BOARDS OF ADVICE. .. Boards of Advice cannot be said to participate in the success which has" characterised the working of the Education Act as a whole. ' Nor is. this a matter of surprise. .■ The ..peculiar circumstances under which they "were created, and the idiosyncrac^- of-the,, first Minister of Eublic Flnstructioii/ were such as to preclude the possibility of success. The Boards were forced ; upon the Government by that section J of the community who dreaded the ill consequences of placing the. mental culture of our youth in the hands of a political department. The' Hon. J. Stephen never disguised.tlie fact that he looked upon them as an excrescence on the Act—a curb placed/ by Parliament upon his sovereign will. He, therefore, treated them with the scant courtesy and consideration-whicK he would show to an adverse witness" in court. Had he, unfortunately, re mained in office much longer;'" Parlia-' ment would have been called upon, eith...

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PROPOSED ALIENATION OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

PROPOSED ALIENATION OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE LANDS. , At the last monthly meeting of the Mechanics' Institute Committee, a letter was read 1'roin the j Town Clerk, stating that the Town Couucil had appointed a Commitco to confer with the mana gers of the Institute, to ascertain '• The terms on ■ which thoy would, if so disposed, alienate the property in Cecil-street, between Dorcas and | Coventry-streets, now under their control, to this Council, with a view to the ereclion thereon of a Town Hall, Municipal offices, a Free library, Post, Telegraph, and Savings' Bank offices, and a Court House, with the necessary buildings in Connection therewith." The letter further staled that " The committee also desiro the favor of an interview with the committee of the Mechanics' Institute for the purpose of discussing the sub ject, and more thoroughly explaining tho objects and views of the Council." Tho committee of tho Mechanics' Institute at once complied with the.invitation, and arranged...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Smith, Page, Foote, and Barker, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Satuhday, July 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Smith, Pago, Foote, and Barker, J.P.'s.) Threatening Language.—Jas. Knos Grant was brought up on warrant, charged with violently and maliciously threatening the life of his wife, Kosella Grant. The complainant, a g^od-looking young woman, stated that the defendant had been in the habit of illnsing her in a shameful manner. On the occasion referred to, com plainant went on a visit to her grandmother who was very ill, but owing to his previous con duct and from observations made by him she returned home sooner than she intended, and found the defendant endeavouring to remove the principal portion of their furniture. Upon being expostulated with he desisted from taking away the things, and threatened to t"ke her life if she said anything about what had happened. She subsequently, however, told her mother;, and ono night, when in the kitchen, defendant came to where she was and mide a blow at her face wi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] FOOTBALL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

COEEESPONDEITCE [We ure not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] FOOTBALL. To the Editor of the Record. Sir,—I was fortunate in being one of those who witnessed the grand battle in the Albert Park last Saturday- A finer display of genuine courage, combined with skill and endurance, has seldom been seen. The result of the contest, fairly entitles our own club, the Albert Park, to premier honors. The disposition of the Park forces when the " ends " were changed indicated that the general was equal to the occasion, when close combat and undeniable pluck became a necessity. Kapoleon gained his victories by concentrating and directing the numerical strength of his forces on the ccntre of his opponent's line of battle. Mr. Chessell followed the samo lino of tactics on Saturday, when confiding the defence of the cita del or goal to " another Trojan Hector," in the person of Mr. Baker—he, together with first lieiitenant Bracken, led the van of the Park forces into ...

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MONDAY, JULY 13, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Page, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

Monday, July 13, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Page, J.P.'s.) Instilling Behaviour. — Henry Murphy was charged with insulting behaviour iu a public place, and was fined 10s. or fourteen days' im prisonment. Mary" Jones for a similar oITenc" was fined 20s. or seven days' imprisonment; tlie same prisoner was then fined 5s. or twenty-four hours'imprisonment. i, ~

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A SPEECH BY MARK TWAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

A &PEECH BY MARK TWAIN At the dinner of the Massachusetts Press Association, on Monday, after Canon lungsley's speech, Murk Twain was called on. Ho said he was not prepared to make an extempore speech, and had never sung a song, so ho would tell an anecdote, as follows :— " When I was crossing over from England the other day, tliero was a youth on board about 16 years old, whose nationality I[ will not expose, who occupied his entire time eating, when there was anything to eat, aud thinking about tho next ineal between times. (Laughter.) I don't say he put his mind to it, for ho didn't seem to havo any mind. "When sent out from tho table ho used to go up into the smoking cabin, and lie around there asking foolish questions. This boy never asked a question in the whole voyage that indicated the presence of knowledge of any kind whatever, and he came to bo a perfect nuisance to everybody, and wo tried all possible ways of crushing'him and making him stop asking theso questions...

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TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1874. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Page, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

Tuesday. July 14>, 1874.. (Before Messrs. Finlny aud Page, J.P.'e) i Lunacy.—A man named Denis Quinlan, aged 80 years, was brought up charged with lunacy, and remanded to the Metropolitan 'Asylum for medical treatment. Drunkenness.—Laurence JTitzheuhy, 'for 'being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s. or forty-eight hours' imprisonment for being drunk and dis orderly. "

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 16 July 1874

FOOTBALL GOSSIP. Stanley v. Taucluso resulted ia a walk-over on Saturday lnst>.. , . m^ch bctw-een fifteen of the Stanley second twenty. v. JRising Sun, resulted in a victory for'tlie former!. The match between tho Standard arid Victoria jeluBs resulted in an easy victory for the former: by four goals to their opponent's nil. ; The goals Vero kicked by Young (2),' Dover, and E. Eoy. * The Standard meet tho Star of Emerald Hill on Saturday next. Tho following will represent the Standard:—Haynes (capt.J, Hoy (2), Eosser, Phelan, Gibb, Young, Lewis, Orine, Dover, McXaniara, Ferguson, Allan, Ifixon, Eusscll, Rawliuson, Mills, Blair, Kelly, Stewart. Emer gencies : Watson, Baker, Benjamin, W. Eoy. A match was played on Saturday between the Coventry United and Stanley clubs, resulting in a victory for Coventry United by two goals, kicked by J. Bray and F. Lindop. A match will be played on Saturday next in the Military Eeserve betweeu the Prince of Wales and the Stanley (who are requeste...

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