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EMERALD HILL AND SANDRIDGE MUTUAL PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

EMERALD HtLL AND SAND RIDGE MUTUAL PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION. "We notice with pleasure the rapid progress of au unassuming yet indus trious little association which took root in our midst scarcely nine months. ago.. "We allude to the Emerald Hill and Sandridge Mutual Provident! Association Avhose first annual balance sheet has just been published. No less than So proposals have been accepted by the Board, of which num ber_.tTCelve.have either not been com pleted or declared void on account of arrears, thus leaving the Association-, with 71 financial' members, insuring £7,100,the yearly premium, , from which amo'unts to' £263 15s.,'and this* without any display of plate glass, placards,'or any advertisments, save the one always standing in tlife columns - of this paper... The chief expense seems to be that of the secretary and canvasser,. wbo::is.i;thev;only -paid> official; and by', referenced the balance-sheet our read ers will? see • that; this gentleman's ex penses are far from ru...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Nimmo and Foote, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

Wedkksdat September 30. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. iS'immo aud Foote, J.P.'s) Juvenile Burglars.—Edward Lucas, Q-eorgo Williams, and Henry Williams, aged respectively thirteen, sixteen, and twelve, were charged with breaking into the shop of Edgar Androws, of Clarendon-street, and stealing therefrom some tobacco and other articles. The prisoners were remanded till Saturday. Illegally Hawking■—John Straker (lessen of the Emerald Hill market) summoned Hubert Jjenne for selling fish outside the market. Mr. Fishlev, for the defendant, raised a prelinSSry" objection to the Hording of the information, which, however, was over-ruled by the Bencli. The formation «f the bye-law fixing the market dues having been proved, George Champion, a fish hawker, stated that on Eriday last ho saw tlie defendant hawking fish at Dr. Barrett's re sidence ill Cecil-street. Mi*. Fishley objected that there was no proof before the Court that thero was a toll chargeable for hawking goods on the...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ALBERT PARK FOOTBALL CLUB To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

AT/R'R'RT PA"R.ir TTOOTBATTTi fiTTTR To the Editor of the Record. Sib,—Permit me, through yourcoiumns, to sug gest to tho'Committee of tho Albort Park Foot ball Club Uio desirability of having some fitting wind-up to the past season, which has been tolor-, ably successful as evidenced by tho' report of "fJn Jouor a Ballon," that appea'red • in your last issue. _ \ Tho Carlton Club haTe had successful social gatherings in the shape of athletic sports, concerts, &c., at the end of tlio season for several years back, aud why should the Albert Park (a club which unquestionably had the;best of the last football match with Carlton) be behind-hand in this matter. Perhaps a concert would bo the most suitable, as the toam of the Albert Park can boast of some vocal ability amongst its members, e.g., Sir Reeves is well known for his'high tenor voicc ; Mr. M. Macdonald has a baritone voice of no mean power, and Mr Cr. Atkinson is reported to be an efficient player on tho pianoforte. Nor...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

EMERALD HILL' TOWN COUNCIL/. Friday, September 25, 187-i. » Present.:—The. Mayor. (Cr. Page).; Cra., Mills, Nimino, Boyd, Sandilatids, Foote, -and - Phil • ipson.1 i > • Apologies were tendered and received from Crs. Dnnlcs and .Thiatlothwaite, who were una voidably absent. .The minutes of the ordinary and adjourned meetings liold on 11th and 16th September were Tend and' confirmed.' • • .. COBRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read tho following commu nications — The Mayor handed in two lettors addressed to Dr.. Clarke from tho Secretary to the Salmon Commissioners of Tasmania, intimating that 300 brown trout had been placed at Dr. Clarke's "disposal, which tho Council could havo for the Albert Park Lagoon, if considered desirable. On tho motion of Cr. Boyd, seconded by; Cr. Hills,' the offer was accepted,- and the matter referred to the Public Works Committee, with power to make tho necessary arrangements for Blocking the lagoon with tho fish at an expense not exceeding £5. From the o...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] LADIES' BATHS. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

CORRESPONDENCE [[W0 ure not responsible for tlio opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] LADIES' BATHS. To the Editor of the Jlecord. Sir,—I quite agree with your " fair corres pondent, Minnie," in your last week's paper, as to the urgent necessity for bathing accommoda tion being provided for the ladies as well as the gentlemen of Emerald Hill. It ccrtainly reflects unfavorably upon the gallantry of or the proper appreciation by our representatives of the advan tages of sea bathing to ladies, and the pleasure they derive from it, that ample provision has not long since been provided. Certainly your arguments in support of tho lady's views are uuauswurablc. It may therefore be satisfactory to both her and yourself to know that the shareholders, at their general meeting on the Oth instant, resolved to open the gentle men's baths for ladies during tiie hours 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., when the Council's new Bye-Law pro hibits public bathing from the beach or jetty, so that if the Council d...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Foote, and Mouat, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

EMERALD HILL POLIOS C0TO.T. Saturday, September 26, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., Foote, Mouat, J.P.'s.) Alleged Assault.—Richard Military was sum moned by Mary Potcrson for an assault, but as tho ease was not proved it was dismissed. Ntiisances.—Charles Coekbill and Harry Ellis were summoned by the police for removing con tents of cesspools during prohibited hours. Coclibill was fined 20s., with 10s. costs, and Ellis 30s., with 10s. costs. Debt Cases.—Thomas Hankin v. Charles O'Brien, board and lodging, £-1 Ss.; verdict for the amount, with costs. Maintmanee.— William Johnson was sum moned by his wife, Sarah Johnsou, for leaving her without means of support. Ordered to pay 20s. per week, with 15s. costs.

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 — 1 October 1874

.Manors,* Drapers, etc. ^TILLIAM EE 11 GIT SON, " ' " Tailor and Clothier, !>2 Ciihenuox Steeet, Eiteeaid Hill, (Opposite St. Luke's Church.) Turmville and Geelons Tweeds always on hand. ;fiaSttbr, • •' • i »• -\-r ^;f45'tfLiEENDOK ST.", EMERALD HILL. kinds of Drapery Go{Kls,soUat,.thc lowest po33iblc priccs; also, u large assortment of .: i - . j . , INDIAN" EMBROIDERY (just arrived) •: ;■ Comprising Infant V Robes, .Short Frocks, J/idiH''Petticoats, • Pockethandkerchiefs, and narrow strips for.Tciunuings^SiC, ' ^ Hats aud-Teathers Cleaned#:' *" * '' fyjpfljS ■ S i S, . Drapery,. MiUine^y^wlilo^&&: Dress I;at^aR,a»feMftEaimea,tj;: ■ JSilCi. B X-T? K-S'T-M E T WEST, ' tlie Roiilan^itliolitf Cliapci, Emerald HilL - '•TS& K'; • P ** E> Pianoforte, .Ha^oaium and Singing. , PupUs attended at their own residence, or at Mr. Rolfu's. SAOTBIDGEi • ; . r i; k e s , Teacher of Piano,Organ j and- Singing. - . •; Addbess : —40 E1JEE AES' STEEET, •- , . . \- " 'Emer...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS AND DEATHS. District. Deputy Kcgistrar. Births. Deaths Melbourne (South) jE. Prendcrgast 4 " 10 Melbourne (North) G. F. Nnglo ... 21 1-1 Melbourne (West) D. Morison ... 8 2 Emerald Hill A.Pluramer... 12 6 Sandridgc A.Plummer... 6 2

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Noticcs of Birth!, Marriages, »nd Death* are ioterteil »a« or CHi*oi, »ndcommunicat;oa of ,«uoii trente ar spcctfully solicited J - bxbtb6, Brims.—On 29tl> Sept., at 63 iXarket-etreet, Emerald Hill,.Mrs. Brims, of a eon. henhiques.—On tlie 2oth inst., at 4 Bank strect west, Emerald ilill, live. Fred. Henriques of a daughter. deaths. Black.—Ontlie29th inst., at Montague-street, Emerald Hill, Captain George Black, aged 52.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

m *** jr. Segistxatioa «f Parliamentary Electors. EMERALD HILL. uxraui ura or votxrs, i«t. Emerald Hill Division-central Province. (Legislatitt Council). . Also, I electoral distiuot op emerald hill. (Ltgislativt Atniribly)* ITTHE Above Lists hare been printed, and arc cow in my X v possesion, and can be inspected during office hours. ' JAMES EVILLE, 1 Electoral Registrar. Dorcas-street West, Emerald Hill, .. September 17th, 1874. Town of Emerald HilL UNPAID -RAXES. THE RATE COLLECTOR attends DAILY nt tlic Corn cil Offices from Niuc till Ten o'clock. Please bring your uoticc with you. ^ • ■ C. J. DURHAM, - ' • Rate Collector. .... 20tb June, 1S74. • .t-. r-.i-. Toto of Emerald Eili. • ■VTOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat'at dSpccial'Mceting Jl.1 of the Town Council to be held on . . WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ith.instant^ At Seven p.m., It is the intention of the Council to proceed, in terms of the Boroughs' Statute^ to maken . v - GENERAL RATE OF NINEPENCE IN THE POUND, Leviable upon all the rat...

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HAPPY HOMES AND HOW TO MAKE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

HAPPY HOMES AND SOW TO MAKE THEM. Ok Monday evening last, the Rev. [J. WaUfovd delivered a lecture in the Wesleyan Cliureb, Cecil-street, on the above subject. The proceeds ■were for the benefit of tlie Sunday School in con nection with the church, and as there was a numerous audience, the funds of the school will nor doubt bo snbtantially augmented by the result. Mr. John Bee occupied the chair. The lecturer commenced by saying that Home and its'relationships had a powerful influence on man in all positions of life. The words " Home" and "Mother" were dear to all, aud had a charm in them beyond description. Home was were those dwelt whom we love—those who were dear to • xia—that was homo to us, and no other place. The influence and rocollectious of a happy home followed us abroad also, and was felt by the soldier on the battlo field, and at times it had boon found necessary to suppress songs of Home, as tending to unnerve meu 011 duty. The lec turer enumerated many things, although...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Leigh, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 1 October 1874

SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Molli son, P.M., and Leigh, J.P.) Desertion.—Henry Bradshaw was charged with deserting from the ship " Ifcwcastle." 'l'he pri soner ran fu way from .the vessel on tlio lOtli of September, and had been recently apprehended three or four miles beyond Oakleigh. The bench sentenced liim to fourteen days' imprisonment, with hard labour; Drunkenness—William Walker and John Tamdall were each fined 5s., [or twenty-four hours' imprisonment, for being drunk and dis orderly. Violent Conduct.—James Milne was charged with insulting behaviour, and with resisting the apprehending constable. Constable Oliver said that on the previous evening he saw the prisoner fighting with another man, and upon being taken into custody he was very violent and kicked witness. The prisoner, whose demeanour in Court was far from respectful to tho Bench, was fined 20s., or seven days' imprisonment, for each ofTonce. ^Disobedien...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

CEICKET. south Melbourne cricket club. ^Attbo annual meeting of Fecretaries held on tSe.lft inst, tho following matches wore arranged for the first anil second elevens of the Soulh Melbourne Cricket Club First Eikvbx. Oct; -• Nor. Fifteen Richmond *} >1} Fifteen Fitzroy... Fifteen C. Service Eighteen Country East Melbourne... Ballavat ■J9> Dec. Jdhi-'^l'^jBallhrat..-.. South Melbourne. South Melbourne. South Melbourne'. South Melbourne; East Melbourne. L South Melbourne: Melbourne.-- ;:'.r Ballarat. • r Skcoxd^ Elkvex. •''"Date. > rl Name of Club. Oct.-'-- 3 10 f •'ir 17); 2-l) ''Si'; 31" N6v?'l4S ui/; % j 2S3 ■i&t'zcr 'JSf'28? Dee.a«S?. 1 Richmond.:;-..... Fitzroy'.7.. ... .V Civil Service • ■ East!Melbourne:; Fiftce'nVp?1'^-01? •. RieKmond ..k:V.V. :■ Yarria'-Bend... Melboiirae';;;;.v...' Ground. Richmond..: A > Fitzroy:'^ 'V Civil Service.- : ., South Melbourne. Carlton.. Richmond Yarra Bend. : South Melbourne. ' MOSTAGUE CRICKET CLUB. • ' ' ■-The following ar...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

CRICKET. The Standard meet the Coventry Unitod on Saturday next, on the ground of the former, to commence at 3. The former will be chosen from tho following :—0. lioy (captain), Lewis (vice captain), Carne, .frazer, Hayne'.'Gibbi, Kelly, K. Hoy, Rosser, Stewart, Watt, Brownley, Johnson, Hayward, aud bain. The "Parry" Club will meet the Montague second ciefon on Saturday next in the Albert Park. The iollomng will represent tho "Parry":—D.nb (captain), Parley, Bentley, Isaae, Allarditv. Joy, JJvera, H. SterenJ, Windle, Whittaker, a i i Kellet. Emergencies—Wragg aud L. Stevens. Match to commence at 3 o'clock. Tho following will represent the Montague:— Addison, Be- f'ortl, Clark, Green, JIowisoD, Huttons(2), 1 '■ .IT, i{. Piraui, Saadilnmid, and Watsford. li ..agencies A. Pirani, Grey and Knight. The match nveen the Melbourne Orphanage and Napoleon ruket Club3 wa3 resumed and concluded on " urday last, ending in a decisive victory for tb )i-pnan3 by 47 runs aud three wickets to s), The...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874. THE DAY OF REST. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874. THE DAY- OF REST; The attempts to invade the sanctity of our national Day of Rest- which are to be made almost simultaneously in the Legislative Assembly and at the Melbourne Athena:um, are but the natural sequence of events. We have been extremely careful to let it be known that the State in Victoria knows no religion. Not satisfied with having thrown off the shackles of one domi nant church, and with having obtained a status of perfect religious equality for all churches, the majority of the Protestant churches cordially allied themselves with avowed opponents of Christianity in order to pass the State Aid Abolition Act, and thus secure the total withdrawal of all Slate support to religion. A change in our Educational system, ignoring religious instruction/ollowed as a matter of course. Having de creed that it was unjust and impolitic to draw upon the general revenue to promote the religious instruction of adults, it would have been incong...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

Wednesday, October 7, 1871. Drunkenness.—James Neagle was fined.5s., or twenty-fouv hours' imprisonment, for being drnuk and disorderly. Charge of Using Abusive Language.—Ellen Hines summoned Grcorge Doran for using abusive language. Plaintiff did not appear, and an order was made for liim to pay 26s. costs to defendant. Small Debts.—William T. Currie (agent) sum moned Robert Bryson for 12s. for rent. De fendant pleaded as a set-off that, he had been lined' £lj with 5s. costs, for'having-a cesspit : overflowing on.the premises.: The, Mayor post poned the case,: as he considered that the de i, cisiou might form a precedent in other cases of : a similar description, and therefore the opinion i of ;a police magistrate would be desirable. Joseph .Nixon v. James Sraythe, goods, £2 Gs. lid.; awarded, with 5s. costs. Several debt j case3 were postponed, only one Justice being present.

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THE SABBATH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

THS SABBATH QUESTION A public meeting to protest against the House of Assembly adopting Mr. Woods' proposition to open tlio Public Library, Mechanics' Institutes, &c., on the Sabbath day was held, last night, in the Wesloyan Church, Cecil-street. Mr. Joseph Stead occupied the chair, and urged the meeting to leave no stone unturned to defeat Mr. Woods. Mr. J. M'Cutcbeon, J.P., moved the first re solution, expressive of deep regret at the action taken by Mr. Woods. He strongly deprecated the idea of anything being done to create a counter attraction to the places of public worship. The Rev. J. Watsfovd in seconding the motion reforred to the inconsistency of some of the newspapers when dealing with the question before the meeting. Resolution carried unanimously. Mr. W. Ferguson moved the second resolution, which affirmed that the opening of public in stitutions on the Sabbath " would ultimately lead to the extensive employment of labour, and to the opening of places of amuseme...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. T. V. Foote. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

Tuesday;1 Ociobbe 6,1874. (Before Hia. "Worship the Mayor, and Mr,. T. V. . . ., Foote. J.P.}. " 3 Larceny.—Julia Goodman was .sentenced to I three months' imprisonment, with hard' labour, for stealing meat, and-also ,to ,a;Hko period of imprisonment for abstracting a spoon from the Green -Maa..Hotel,, Clarendon-street. ,, Sydney Huglies/clmrgetl witli afeatirig a] £5-n'ote from Patrick Bolton, -was reminded-till-Saturday.

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EMERALD HILL AND SANIRIDGE MUTUAL PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

EMERALD HILL AND SANEBIDGE MUTUAL PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION The first annual meeting ot the above local in stitution took place iu the Emerald Hill Council Chambers oil Friday evening last. The chairman of the company, Sir. Walter Rayson, presided, and the shareholders were well represented. iGe aniiual""statement' was' read "By' the chair man, as follows :—" The Directors of the Emerald Hill and Saudridge Mutual Provident Asso ciation have much pleasure iu submitting to the members a report of their proceed .ings,„for,- the ...past year, together with the balance-sheet duly audited, and they believe they may safely congratulate them upon the success that has attended the inauguration of the association. Although little more than niuo months have elapsed since business was actually commenced, 85 proposals have been ac cepted by the Board, of which number 12 have either, not been, or declared void oh account of arrears, thus . leaving the association .with 71 financial members^-insuring ...

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.] ALBERT PARK FOOTBALL CLUB. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 8 October 1874

CORRESPONDENCE [We ure not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.} ALBERT PARK FOOTBALL CLUB. To the Editor of the Jiecord. Sib,—I was glad to see in your kit issue tlmfc some one had taken the initiative for celebrating the close of the Albert Park Football season, which has been such a favourable one. Your correspondent " Syphiii" suggests having a concert as a fitting wiud-up to the past season ; but why not have something more practical and substantial in the way of athletic Bports? A concert would be a vory good means by which to raise funds, should the club bo in need of such, but as a wind-up to ft comparatively successful season, I should think it would fall short of the mnrk for one of the senior clubs, and such a pro mincut one a3 the Albert Park too, which has every facility lor showing its skill and ability in the more manly contests, of running, leaping and walking. In addition to the fine tenor voico of Mr. (Sims) Reeves, Mr. McDonald's baritone ...

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