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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Foote, and Nimmo, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 15 October 1874

Wednesday, October 7, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Foote, and Ifiinmo, J.P.'s.) Removing Sand without a License.—Edward Cro3s aud Dugald King were each flued 10s., with costs, for removing sand from Crown lands without a license. Small Debts.— John T. Webster summoned James Harris for £9, for rent. The BeucU dis missed the case without prejudice, as the breach of a written contract was involved, and the matter should therefore have been taken to tlio County Court. Robert Henderson v. Anno Lyte, fraud, £4 5s. postponed for four weeks. George Howet v. Charles Miller, fraud, £5 10s. Od. ; to be paid in four weeks, or fourteen days imprisonment. Joseph Nixon v. James Sheep wash Hall, fraud, £3 Ss. 9d.; to bo paid with 7s. 6d. costs in fourteen days, or one months' im? prisonment. Win. Edward Bower v. John Callaghan, goods, Gs. Gd.; awarded with 2s. Gd. costs. Soger Davis v. Samuel Teunant, fraud, £- 13s. 2d., to be paid with 7s. 6d. costs iu four weeks, or fourteen d...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 15 October 1874

"^7" J- G A B E L L, (Lite Newua>.)3 FUNERAL, TJNDEBTAKER): BAY STREET (nearly, opposite "EccortU' Ofiicc), SAI« DEIDGvE., Respectfully announces that he has talcen the business lately, carried on by Hr.'Jfcwnian, and hopes by efficiency and care, to secure a share of public.support. .;Bcrcavcd. relations, and fnendsuiay feel assured that every wish will - be studiously observed with regard to the solemn-.duties that; may be entrusted to him. - ,, k. <- r " ECONOMY AIvD. DILiGKEX"UE.'' WILLvAiyWAlS BE HI& 110X10 _ ,. ' ■ ■ :—J mi/:'; Cz:. t - :ir - -r -jfotc- the' Address—Bay-street,;; Sandndge i

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. THE MAIDEN'S LAST FAREWELL. IN THE DAY OF CREMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 15 October 1874

SELECT POETRY. ' THE MAIDEN'S LAST FAREWELL. 'IN THE DAT OF CREilATIOHV Then the night wore on, and wo knew the worst, That the end of it all was nigh ; Three doctors they had from the very first— ' And what could one do but die ? " Ob, William!" she cried, " strew no blossoms of Spriug, For the now' apparatus' might rust! But say that a handful of shavings you'll bring, And linger to see me combust. "Oh, promise me,love, by tho fire-hole you'll watch, And when mourners and stokers convene, You will see that they light me some solemn slow match, And warn them against kerosone. " It would cheer me to know,ere thoso rude breezes waft My essences far to the pole, That one whom. I love will look to the draught, And have a fond eye on the coal. " Then promise me, love"—and her voice fainter grew—-■ " While this body of mine calcifies, You will stand just as near aa you can to the fire, And gazo wbilo my gases arise. " For Thompson—Sir Henry—has found outaway (Of his ' process' you've sur...

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 — 15 October 1874

Eleventh scktjdulk.—a.i>. electoral DlSXJllCT OK LUBUALl) HILL.—KMKUALD DIVISION.—LIST or .NAMES OBJECTED TO TJl'OX QEXERAITLIST. ■" : • > ' ma :■ nsit uOodjAix •jjoj b.jo'auiIojuh no sjuoddo ouitttf 7»''iioa e.aaA'udojuu no wnoddo otuuvj \:y\[oj 844o.Ivdojvii no sjvoddu ouhjk '^'•jjoa s.JoXvd^uH no Wtfodds outok »noa ^oMaivQ uo tuudddu ora«K ,N *iioJ s,jo^vd(nuH "o sitioddu ountfl * •jioj 6,jo.{vd«>jiniuo siwddu Quran « *uo4 B.JDXtidcnwu no pjuoddu oiuuk ; :T ^jo-l uo WTJOddU OUW& *j[04 a.ao^cdo^u^ wo siuoddu ouni^ ■;• p: ;|(oa s j.iXudo}«jj uo wtwddu otUB,N ; ;V '[(oj B.jnjfudojtiH uo saiwddu oupin *flo.i s.Miudojuu no sjcoddu ouibm .v :iioi fi.^cdam>i uo wucKldu onrau C •jio-i 6,ioi«dD?tia no 84Boddu ouivn - .♦j(o4 B.aoXvdo^a; no sjuoddu ouiun *nD4 B.JoXwfoimi uo eavoddo ouibm • *it°-V uo Bivoddti ouuj& .. *1104 K.aaXtJdoiun uo.BJiwddv oravft j ' :|DOJlS-STJ040a 5MJ;S-S0340CI q094)6»6t}0i0(l 3W4;E-BTOJOa qooai&'SV&toa 3C«43E-FOD40(X 3D0...

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 — 15 October 1874

T.-aiiors, Drapers, &.c. 1 ru HAM JTEEGTJSON, -Tailor and Clothier, V#2 Ceaekndon Street, Eitehaid Hiix, i {Opposite St. Luke's Churoh.) Tfcrmville and Geclonj Tweeds always on hand. B S. A P . P L E B y, Milliner, Dressmaker, &c-, ..1«.CLASENX)ON,GT:,EMEB*AXj1>HILI,." All-kinds of Drapery Goods sold nt tlic lowest possible prices; ' • • also, a large assortment of INDIAN" EMBROIDERY (just arrived) 4. Comprising: Infant's Robes, Short FrocKs. Ladies' Petticoats, Podcethnndkerchiefs. and narrow* strips for Trimmings, See Hats aud Feathers Cleaned. JR S. ElETCHEE'S M Drapery, Millinery, Mantle, and. Dress r~ making Establishment, 81 bank STREET WEST, Kext the Roman Catholic Chapel, Emerald Hill. 1Y|-- - R. W. 11 0 L P E, Teacher of the Pianoforte, Harmonium ... .. . and. Singing. PupUs attended at their own residcuce, or at !tfn. Rolfs1 ESPLANADE, SAKBEEDGrE. B, W. B. AYTLICES . Teacher of Piano, Organ) and. Singing. v Addbe'ss 40 FERRARS street, Emerald Hill. JcneS...

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 — 15 October 1874

-■ Advertisements! SOUTH ^LKL'DOirnXR SCHOOL 'OF* ""ART.—Fourth , oimiier XOVT COMMKXCKD. Subscription 2s. Oil. HverrTlil])AY. SOUTH MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF ART.—LADIES* CLASSES every SATURDAY afternoon. Subscrip tion 2?. fill. Fourth quarter now commence*]. NOTICE ! . 2n consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Record, all Advertisements 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, unless the time is particularly specified. No notice can be taken of anonymous communica ' Hons. Every letter must be accompanied by the . name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 15 October 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. ~ [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted *rtEB of ciiaroe, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.] MARRIAGES. - Gee—DoyBnin:.—On the 6th in9t., at St' lute's Church, Emerald Hill, by the Eer. E. B. Dickinson, Richard' Eeeve Gee, second son of Mr. John Gee, superintendent of City Abattoirs, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Don eliue, of Surrey-hills, Uarrawong, Portland. Matston—Dy >os.—On the lOtli inst., at St. jLuke's Church by the Eev. Mr. Dickinson, Malcolm, youngest sou of the late Eobt. May stem, Esq., Melbourne, to Ada Augusta, young est daughter of Charles Dyson, Esq., Sydney, late of Halifax, Yorkshire. Boss—Eider.—On the 8th inst., at St. Luke,s Church, Emerald Hill, by the Eer. Cauon Dickinson, M.A., James, eldest son of Mr. Jame3 Ross, late of H.M. Customs, Melbourne, to Sarali Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Arthur Rider, of Emerald Hill. Walsh—Aburn.—On the 1st inst., at All Saints' Church, St...

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 — 22 October 1874

PACTS, FANCY. AND PUN. i The sweet orb of life.—Tho honoy-moon. Complaint against fortuno is often a masted apology for indolence. Although a woman's ago is undeniably licr own slie does not own it. What man must liave his glass before he can do a day's work A' glazier. i Two things that are weakened by lengthening Steamships nnd sermons. A horse must be a miserable creature as liis thoughts are alway3 on the rack. When one splits his gide3 with laughter he should run until he gets a stilch in them. Cox.—AVhy are our training ships; liko pine, trees ? "Because they furriish'stuff that the tar is made of. ■ The Daiibury News says that London overflows with courts that seem to commence nowhere and end somewhere near there. A little boy heard his mother tell of cighteori head of cattle being burnt the other night. Weren't their tails burn't also ?" ho inquired. - Au enterprising furrier " respectfully announces to ladies who wish geninue furs that ho makes muffs, boas, &c., out...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. Finlay, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

Tcesdat, OcroBEE 20,1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr.' Kulay. J.P.) Assaultv—James Stowers was fined £10, or three months' imprisonment with hard labour, for assaulting ftfr. Robert Nichols, chemist, of Clarendon-street. The fine "was paid.

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. Finlay, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

Moudat, Ociobee19, 1874.. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr; lunlay, J.P.) Obscene Language.—John 'McKecliney Was fined 20s., or seven daj-3* imprisonment,' for using obscene language in a public place..

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1874. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, October!!); 1874; '• : -~ (Before MiVMolliso'n, P.M.) JBeyond Control,—Hugh. Gallagher, twelve years of age, was charged with being beyond the control of his parent; "Margaret Gallagher. Wil liam Gallagher said, he was a labourer, living in Kailway-place. The prisoner Would neither go to school, stay at home, or work, and had been away from home for nine days at a time. 'Wit ness, however, had not laid sthe information against him. Mr. Mollison discharged the' boy, as-tlie cjiarge;ihoul<I;havo been preferred by the, father/instead of by the mother. Desertioh:^-Charl^s Hastier;- for deserting.from;. the British'ship " Oberon," was" Sentenced to a month's imprisonment, with hard labor. : Drunkenness.—James Lee, John Griunivan, and Thotaas Priestly were each fined 5s., or twenty four hours' imprisonment, for being drunk arid disorderly.' _ Instilling Behaviour. — William " Ak'ehurst, charged with insulting behaviour with intent to provoke a br...

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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874. THE COMPULSORY SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

C|c EMERALD HILL : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874. THE COMPULSORY SECTION. Ax important feature in the Edu cation Act is' the ; compulsory section. Parents and guardians are no longer left at liberty to bring up their child ren in gross ignorance. . The Legis lature has wisely decreed that the democracy of Victoria shall at least be an educated one. Every child on ar riving at a proper school age must be plac.ed under efficient secular in struction until it has been proved—by passing the examination proscribed by •law—that the cliild has attained suf ficient proficiency to fit it for au intelli gent discharge of the duties of citizen ship. Because this section of the Act has not hitherto been strictly enforced, ;the Minister of Public Instruction has been very severely criticizcd both within the walls of Parliament and in the columns of the press. He and the officers of his Department have, been charged with a wish to evade bringing the compulsory section of the Act into operation, lest...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ALBERT PARE FOOTBALL CLUB. (To the Editor of the Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

ALBERT PARE FOOTBALL CLUB. (To the Editor of the Record.) Sir,—Having read in your last issue " Araccio's" attack upon tho above club, X can only say in answer that I must positively decline to corres pond with an anonymous writer, who has neither the courage nor manliness to sign his real name, but hides himself under a non-dc-plume to give me a stab iu the dark. Should ho think fit to publish his name, I shall be triad to reulv to his disginpicmious statements. I am, Sir, rours, &c. L. S. Bracken, Hon. Sec. A.P.I?.B.C. Oct. 21,1874

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. At tlie. annual meeting of secretaries held on the lst'inst, the following matches were arranged for the first and second elevens of the-South Melbourne Cricket Club:— ; . . ■ Fibst Eleyex. : Date/'; Name of Club.. -'A Ground;'-^1' Oct. ; 3") ■ -10 ( Fifteen Riohmond South Melbourne. it 177 i* ■ 24 31.) Fifteen-Fitzroyi.7 South Melbourne. Kor. ■T Fifteen C. Service South Melbourne. .9. Eighteen Country South Melbourne. 14") » :21 [ East ^Melbourne... East Melbourne. 28 ) 26 South Melbourne. Dec. = 5) » 12 [ Melbourne Melbourne. Jan. ia j l Ballarat. Second Eleven. Date.- Name of Club. Ground. Oct. ,3 10 -17 .24 31 3L Nov .14" 21 28 21 2S as Dee. 5 ,, : 5 12 „ f19 Richmond, Fitzroy.T..;;......... Civil Service East Melbourne ... Fifteen Carlton Richmond... Yarra Bend., Melbourne. Richmond. Fitzroy. • Civil Service. - South Melbourne. Carlton. • ~ , Richmond . Yarra Bond. South Melbourne. V SANDRIDQ-E CRICKET CLUB. ■ The. following are the engage...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FISH V. BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

FISH V. BIRDS. Dr. Edward Clarke, whose valu able gift of trout-fry to the Town Council we had occasion to notice a short time back, calls the attention of the authorities to the absolute neces sity which exists for destroying the flocks of shags, divers, and grebes which haunt the Albert Park Lake, before the young trout are committed to its waters. The instances cited by Dr. Clarke are sufficient to show the, utter futility of attempting to stock those ornamental waters with fish in the face of such a predatory host. Pleasure is derived no doubt from the presence of ducks and other wild fowl on its waters •, but we question whether a much greater pleasure would not soon be derived were the lake once stocked with fish. The area of the lake is quite sufficient to make it a good fishing ground in the course of a few years. This, with the yacht ing and boating, would make the town of Emerald Hill a perfect paradise for lovers of manly and healthy pastime. The birds specified are not f...

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FISH IN OUR LAKES. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

■ FISH I2T OUR LAKES. ; • :; : . Toihe Editor of the Record. Sib,—I beg,- through the medium of jour paper, to call the earnest attention of those who may have the necessary authority in the matter, to the undoubted fact that the rivers and small lakes in the colony are now being gradually stocked with various useful fish, calculated in a short period to become a great benefit to society in general. Some active measures should at once be taken to promote the destruction, as far as possible, of those rapacious and fish-loving birds the shag, diver, and grebe, whose name is legion on all the piece; ot water in and around Melbourne. It requires but little evidence to Ehow how impossible it would be to stoek any ■water with valuable fish in the condition of fry whilst they are so constantly sub jected to the predatory incursions of a host of these birds. Probably some of your readers may have noticed a letter relative to the fact that a shag lmd been shot at Distillery Creek, in Tasmani...

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OUR MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. LOTTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

OTO MEMBERS 1ST THE HOUSE (From Hansard.) We resumo this column in- order that our read ers may liavo an opportunity of preserving the records of our representatives' speeches in Par liament, for referenco at any future, election; seoiug that their doings are not given at length in tho metropolitan journals.]—Ed. B. Lotteries. Mr. Whitemm remarked that tho honorable and learned member for South Burke had made au unjustideable attack upon him that evening, and on many previous occasions. Iu fact, the lionorablo member had made insinuaions against hira, not only in tho House, but by his pen. He, however, was quite above the honorable member's insinuations, and defied him to justify them. In his opinion, the questions which had led to tho present discussion were not brought forward in the interests of morality, but in order, if poss ible, to damage the Government through the Attorney-General. So long as human nature remained 03 it was, betting and gambling wnuld exist, and there would ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

BOARD OF ADVICE. The following circulars are now! being sent by the local Board of Ad vice to all parents and guardians on Emerald Hill who are reported to the Secretary as neglecting to send their children to some-schooli i Your attention ifl called to the following Sec j tiona of the Education Act of 1872 *r-. : u. 0 - [ ■ Section 13.. The parents of children, if not less than sis years, nor more than fifteen years, shall cause such children (unless there is some reason- ' able excuse) to attend school for a period, of sixty days in each half-year. Any of the follow ing reasons shall be a reasonable excuse :— 1.—That a child is under efficient instruction in some other manner. 2.—That the child has been prevented from attending school by sickness, fear of infection, temporary or permanent in firmity, or any unavoidable cause. 3.—That there is no State School which tho • child can attend within a distauco of two miles measured according to the nearest road from the residence of suc...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Mouat, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 17, ISM. (Before His Worship tlio Mayor, Messrs. Molli 3011, P.M., and Mouat, J.P.) Larceny.—Sydney Huglios and Daniel Mac Millan, on remand, were charged with stealing a £5 note from Patrick Bolton. The depositions taken on the previous Saturday were read oyer, and some additional evidence was given. It ap peared that prosecutor accused several persons of stealing the money; and that the prisoner Hughes acknowledged that he had taken it, but said lie had not got it in his possession. Both prisoners were committed for trial, bail being allowed in two sureties of £50 each. Alleged Insulting Words.—Captain George Doran was again summoned by a Mrs. Hines for insulting language. The same ease had been before the court on two previous occasions and dismissed. Mr. Fausset appeared for com plainant, and Sir. Bead for defendant. It appeared from the evidence that Captain Doran had been annoyed for some time past by a quantity of his poultry being...

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EPISCOPAL CHURCH. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 October 1874

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. _ To the Editor of Hie Record. ■ ■ am,—Will you allow me through the medium of your columns to suggest to the members of the Church of: England residing on Emerald Hill the desirability of taking active steps towards the erection of a second episcopal church. It is generally admitted that the present Church of St. Luke is quite inadequate to the requirements of this district, as witnessed by the large number of persons who, unable to obtain sittings there, are compelled every Sunday to travel to the Mel bourne and neighbouring suburban churches. I feel sure that if any gentlemen would commence a movement in favour of the above object, they •would receive universal support. Yours, &c,. .' Howe Crescent, October IStli; 1874. -

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