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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

CRXCEET. The Montague cricket club (the present holders of the junior cup lield their annual meeting lust evening at tlio '.Temperance Hall, Mr. Gallagher, (in the absence of Mr. T. V. I'oote, who was un able to attend) in the chair. There were about fifty present. The secretary and the treasurer road their reports, which showed tho club to be in a very prosperous condition, and were adopted. The following oflicc-bcarers wore elccted for the ensuing season:—President, T. V. Foote, l£sq., J.l\ (re-elected) ; Vice-President, E. Gallagher, J£sq.; _ Hon. Secretary, Mr. If. !R. Hammond (re-elected) ; Hon. Secretary for the second eleven, Mr. H. A. Harrison; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. H. Fry (re-electod). Committee :—Messrs. C. Baker, Xreadaway, Waldon, T. Groube, and Hopkinson. Mr. Fred. Baker was elected Cap tain, and Mr. H. B. Groube, Vice-Captain. It was resolved to opon tho soason next Saturday, with a scratch match, sides to bo chosen by the secretary and treasurer. During tho evening Mr. ...

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 — 3 September 1874

.To the Editor of the Jtecord. Sir,—I wish most flatly to cctatradict a state ment made by the South Melbourne Football Club, and inserted iu your last issue to the eil'oct that the match played between them and the second twenty of the South Park, terminated greatly ia their favor. Such, sir, was not the ease, it beiug, if anything," the other way, as the South Park kicked a gaol (through tho agency of J. Gibb) which was not allowed. Without up holding the claim of tho South Park to the gaol, I wish it to be elearly understood that the South Melbourne never had any advantage over their opponents. Trusting, through your courtesy, you will give publicity to tho above, and oblige, One or the South Tahk. August 31,1874.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SANDRIDGE STATE SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

SANDRIDG-E STATE SCHOOL. I - To the Editor of the Record. Sut,—PormiB me through your columns to call the attention, of tUa Sandridge School Board of AdTice to the dangerous state of the railing at tho top of the stairs in the new State Schoel building. I do not know who is responsible for tho mistake which has been made in leaving the space between the rails at the top of'tho landing so wide that a child of ten years old might easily fall through. Wheu some accident has happened, I suppose tho Department will remedy the defect by runinir a "wire between the rails. I am, Sir, Yours, 4c. Sandridge, August 29,1874. . Shooting For Fun.—A man who was shooting " for fun" in Colorado recently shot an individual who, ho says, unfortunately popped his .head around a corner and struck the bullet. W« sup pose the" individual who intercepted' the bullet i bad a'shodtingpaiu in his head. • ,r ' •* '•

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 — 3 September 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS, ^ND tofi&THS;^,, ?N Distrkt. Melbourne (South) Melbourne (North) Melbourne (West): Emerald Hill' Sandridse Deputy Registrar,

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.] SIR. BUCKHURSTS SCHEME. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

CORRESPONDENCE. £We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] SIR. BTJCICHURST'S SCHEME. | To the Editor of the Record. 8ib,—Your correspondent "Querist," ill a sliort pithy letter in your last issue, wants to know " what has been the result of my meeting anent the canal ancl other public works ?" and " what good it is for the Mayor to call public meetings if 110 respect is paid to their resolutions ?" He thou declares " that if the present residents of the Hill had anything like the energy of the Hillites of bygono years something would ere this hare been done," a statement which I think I have good reason to' agree with, and then further pertinentlj asks, "has all spirit left us?" "The nett result of the meeting, beyond ventilating the questions, and setting men thinking about the subjects laid before them, has, I am sorry to say, been nil. I warned the meeting that it would be so, unless a number a gentlemen interested in the advancement of the distri...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874. THE COUNCIL AND THE ORPHANAGE RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

EMERALD HILL : ■ THURSDAY;- SEPTEMBER- 3p 1874. THE : COUNCIL, AND .-THE _ ORPHANAGE RESERVE. , Before the Town: .Council..finally, determine upon erecting a new pile of Public Buildings at the intersection of-Dorcas and Cecil-streets; !it 'will-be well' for them to ascertain whether the object they have in view can not be as well achieved, and.the.general interests of the ratepayers'much better served, by their purchasing the handr some pile of buildings now occupied" by the Protestant Orphanage, which stands.oa the crown of the. Hill, and in the very centre of the town. Ever since the year 18-57,it has been appar ent that the existence in the heart of the town of so large a reserve as that held by the trustees of the Orphan Asylum was; most prejudicial to its growth and destructive to its principal business'street. In that year the Hon. 11. S. Anderson induced the Muni cipal Council to make an- attempt~to get' the trustees to accept compen sation for the money they had ex-' pended...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. FRIDAY, August 28, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

EHEHALD HII1Z1 TOW CO^NCIL. fkidav, August 28, 1874. Present:—The Mayor (Cr. Page) ; Cri. Mills, Boytl, Philipaon, Banks, Nimmo, and Thistle thwaitc. Apologies were tendered aud received from Ci'3. Foote nud Saudilauds. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed, and also those of Special Meeting held oil 21st August. COliKESPONDESCE. The Town Clerk read tlio following commu nications :— From the Crown Lands Department, stating in reply to the Council's letter, 25th June, ult., that in view of the statement made therein, directions hud been given that the Council should be consulted prior to any site being granted for the carrying on, in the vicinity of Emerald Hill, of operations deemed to be either offensive or prejudicial to the public health. Cr. Nimmo moved that the letter be engrossed iu the minutes for future reference. Seconded by Cr. Philipson and carried. From the same, in .reply to the Town Sur veyor's letter of 6th iast, re deepening the lagoon iu Albert...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M.; Page and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

'• ESIEP.ALD HILL POLICE COtTRT. ■ ; {Saturday, August 29, 1874. ; ■ (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M.; Page and Mouat, ' J.lVs.) " ; i Ktiisance. — Nicholas Cersioviteb was siim L.moned by the Inspector of Nuisances for having no deotlerisiDg mntorinl on his premises, and \va3 fined 10s. with 5s. costs. Larceny. — A middle-aged married woman named Ellen Dowling, was charged with stealing a mohair dress-piece, valued at £1 2s. 9d. from tie' shop of Mr. J. B. Youl, Draper, Clarendou jstreet, on Friday evening, 2Sth ultimo., James . Hope, one of Mr. Youl's assistants stated that he saw the prisoner take the dress-piece down on tlie evening in qnestion, "ana then walk away. Sergeant Ellis said that from information : re ceived he arrested the prisoner. She said "Let roe go—my husband is in tho hospital," when he replied " I know this is^ not the first time you. carried on this game." It appears that the police have had suspicions of the prisoner's doings for some time past. As her husband...

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 — 3 September 1874

To the Editor of the Record. _ Sib,—In last week's Record I noticed a letter signed "Z," complaining that your interesting I and well written articles on the growth of Emerald Hill make no " mention of the most remarkable incidents occurring in the first few years of the settlement of the town." From this ho infers that you are not an " old chum" liko himself. Now, sir, it is pretty generally known that you are all but a native born Emerald Hillite; so that if I were to use the same kind of reasoning as that employed by " Z," I bhould say that he was not an old resident on the Hill, or this well-known fact would not have been for gotten by him. A mode of reasoning which " Z " will na doubt call absurd— " O wad some power the giftie gie us, To see oursels as other see us! It would from monie a blunder free us And foolish-notion." Moreover, sir, had your correspondent been a constant reader of the Record—which every townsman ought to be—he would have known that you only announced your...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. T. V. Foote, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

Wednesday, serremueh 2, 1874. ; (Before His Worship tlie Majotr, and Mr. T. T. Foote. J.P.) ' Nuisances. — Williom Thompson was sum moned by the Inspector of Nuisances for allowing the contents of his cesspool to leak and was fined 20s. with 5s. costs. Elizabeth Ann.Higgins'was , fined 1b. with 5s. costs for depositing offensive ' matter so as to become a nuisance. J ■ JZjecimtnt.—Mills applied for a'warrant , K of ejectment; against /William Olson. Granted— to tako effect in forlT-eifjlit hours.

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THE GROWTH OF EMERALD HILL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

THE GROWTH OF EMERALD HILL. To ihe Editor of the Record. Sib,—Your correspondent "Voluntoer is surely one of the very men whose " insurbordi nation" necessitated the disbandment of the corps to which he refers. If he is not, then the volunteer corps has reason to exclaim "save me from my friends." Yeur historian, "sir,'13 to be complimented on tlio accuracy of the facts given, and tho evident care taken not to,exaggerate tlio incidents brought under review. Anyono who has carefully read the threo chapters already pub lished must see that your intention in writing them has not been a desire to rake up scandal or to foster the existence of old animosities, but to reBcuo from oblivion the more prominent incidents connected with the growth-of: the town. From tho statement " some of th« best members of the corps were kept out of the force to gratify the whim of one man," I am almost inclined to beliero that " Volunteer" wrote to you because he was chagrined to think that your " preciouB"...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. G O S S I P. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

ORIGINAL .POETRY. GOSSIP. Deprecate all idle tattle, Help the weak, defend the ri*ht, Trent with scorn such reckless prattle—^ Tulsa but seldom boar the light. '; { When a man assails his neighbor, Should'it be behind his back ? : Heed him not, but ever labor - To repel the base attack. Think how many good excuses . Can be found for ev'rj act; ■ Nothing by relation loses, Tongues may oft distort a fact. Hasten not to tell another, As most thoughtless gossips do ; Just cnncerre yourself a brother, : Tecl asorio would feel for you;' -. - Wait until, by sober .reason, : You the subject well can test, And at a convenient season, Do as you nmy deem the best. ■While we lire we should endeavor To respect another's fame . Bcariii" and forbearing ever— Quick to screen but slow to blame. August 31,1874.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

iTJ N P AID- R A T E S . | IXS v_ nnHE JLiTE COLLECTOR: attends daily at I ' the Council Offices from Nine till Ten o'clock: : V'V'-;' Please brnig your Notice tcith you. r C. J. DURHAM, Kate Collector.'" 20th June, 1874. Tj, Town of Eaerali SilL nmiE following Extracts from the Health Bye X Lata and from the Public Health Amend-, ment ' Statute, are published for ' general information, by order of the Council, as the local Board of Health:— Health Bte-Layts So. 1-.—Where Cesspools abb koi Pboyided. The occupier of every house, building, or other tenement on or in which the privy or closet be longing thereto shall not be provided with a "cesspool" constructed in accordance with the. provisions of the preceding bye-law, shall at all times cause to bo kept in sueh privy or closet a supply of dry powdered earth, ashes, charcoal, lime or some other material efficient for deodoris ing night-soil, and shall cause all night-soil which jjiay bo deposited in any bos, pan, bucket, or other re...

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 — 3 September 1874

Tailors, Drapers, fcc. w ILLIAM FERGUSON, Tailor and. Clothier, - 1*2 CiiABENDOjf Street, Emeeauj Hill, (Opposite St. Luke's Churoh.) Yarraville and Geelong Tweeds always on band. Milliner, Dressmaker, See-, 145 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. All kinds of Draperv Goods sold at the lowest possible prices; also, a large assortment of INDIAN embroidery (just arrived) Comprising Infant's Robes, Short Frocks, Ladies* Petticoats, E«ckethandkerchiefs, and narrow strips for Trimmings, Sec. Hats and Feathers Cleaned* M ES. E1BTCHE R'S Drapery, Millinery, Mantle, and Dress making Establishment, 81 BANK STREET WEST, Next the Roman Catholic Chapel, Emerald Hill. Music. M R. W. R 0 L I-' E,. Teacher of the Pianoforte, Harmonium and Singing. Pupils attended at their own residence, or at Mr. Roi>fe'6, ESPLANADE, SANDRIDGKE. PRIZE PIANOS. WILLIAM MATHEWS obtained the only Prize awarded for entered Pianos at the Intercolonial Exhibition of 1S72-3. The Piano was purchased by the Commissioners and fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

NOTICJS ! In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Recohd, all Advertisementt 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 by a written notice, unlets the time is particularly specified. iVo notice can be taken of anonymous communica tions. ■ Jiiery letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, nqt necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Mollqway's Ointment and Jfills.—The Iteeeiit [ Chauges of temperature.— It is important that buck cliaugea as have recently taken place in tliu temperature of the atmosphere should cot be treated with indifference. The public should be watckful of the effects which they frequently hate op the body. 'The skin and the uervoUB system suffer severely—erysipelas, rheumatism, coltls sore throats, aud many other complaints, are frequently generated through the above causes. When...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 September 1874

Births, Marriages, and Heaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted Free of charge, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.] BIRTHS. Davies.—On the 1st September, at her resi- dence, 80 Alma Terrace, Moray-street, Mrs. J. Richard Davies, of a daughter. Gardiner.—On the 2nd inst., at 42 St. Vin- cent-place north, Albert-park, Mrs. Charles Fraser Gardiner of a daughter. DEATHS. BUCKHURST.—At his residence, Chatham, Kent, England, alter nine months' illness, through a fall from his horse), Benjamin John Buckhurst, brother of W. P. Buckhurst of this town, in the 50th year of his age. Smith.—On the 21st ult., at her residence, Fulham Grange, suddenly, of heart disease, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. H. Smith, and third daughter of the late Mr. Robert Mulford, of Somerset, England, aged 43 years. Deeply re- gretted. Home papers please copy. WHITEMAN.—At her residence, 39 Bank-street west, Emerald-hill, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. John Whit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 September 1874

Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency Sir George Ferguson Boweri, G.C.K.C., &e. URST'S CELEB BAT ED H Original Worcester Sauce. This sauce is pronounced by oomioifsetirE a most SUPERIOR ARTICLE, and unequalled by any other sauce now sold. It is a general favorite throughout those colonies, India, China, &e. Sold by all respectable grocers, and manufac tured solely by JAMES HURST, .. For A. F. LEECH, and Co., 32 A'Beckett-street East, Melbourne. Auctioneers, Xand Agents, &.c. TN .0 B L E., • AUCTIONEER, ' ' Valuator, Land and Estate Agent, CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL ;; AM) AT Beach House, South Road, Brighton Beach. Furniture Warehouse. Rents Collected. Inauraucea Effected. 1\ B U C K H U R S T, • |(0f Bucthurst and Buxton), Auctioneer, Estate Agent, and Valuator, 116 CLARENDON STREET, Emerald TTtt.t,. Furniture bought. Hcuts collcctcd at Oil. per -week per house. Fire and Life Insurance Agent. £5 to £5000 to lend at moderate interest. Cottag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 September 1874

CO-OPERATION.—It3 universal absence—if that wcro possible—would necessitate or involve the abnegation of liia power by Almighty God. Chaos would prevail ; the countless starry hosts of heaven individually free, would precipitate the destruction and ruin of all creation. Suna and worlds— systems of suna and worlds, and comets inter mingling in one indescribable confused chaotic mass, would present a scene of demoniacal devasta tion and desolation porfectly appalling and inconceivable; and this beautiful world which we aro in the habit of calling " our own," would, in the twinkling of an eye, become involved in the general overwhelming wreck. The renunciation of Co-oporation—if that were possible—by the Godhead, between God the father and Jesus Christ the Son, in carrying out tho scheme of redemption ; would have necessi tated tho eternal ruin and damnation of all mankind; but, thanks be to God, Co-operation existed from all eternity and the principle is in destructable. Nearly aix th...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. CALM AT THE LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 September 1874

•ORIGINAL' POETRY. CAL&I AT THE LAST. ' Although from our childhood, our troubles May far overbalance our peace, Our hopes fade away lika the bubbles Which rise but to glitter and cease; Yet all in the depth of their sorrow, An eye to the future will oast— Implore for s brighter to-morrow, And trust to hare calm at the last. We see in the garden ire nourish (Whatever the care we bestow), At times, some intruder will florish— That weeds 'mid the flowers will grow. So thus, though we try to expel them, The ills of this life spring up fast, And though 'tis our follies that swell them, We still look for calm at the last. The stings of misfortune may harass, Our hoads with deep anguish may bum, The loss, say of treasure, embarrass— (For all hare distresses in turn). But yet there's a joy contemplating A time when such griefs may be past; We feel less the burden of waiting In hope of a calm at the last. 8th September, 1874. KJD.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 September 1874

Undertakers. JjHUNERALS! FUNERALS.! FREDERICK AT K IKS, . UNDERTAKER, 116 ]£ORAY STREET (next Union Hotel.. Funerals in town and country, conducted moat respectably, and furnished at a few hours notion with every requisite. 0* Hibs—Heames aits Houbvixo .Gateau

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