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OUR MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. Tuesday, September 29th, 1874. DREDGING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 October 1874

OtfR MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. • f From Hansard.} [We resume this column iu order that our read ers may have an opportunity of preserving the records of our representatives' speeches in Par liament, for reference at any future election; seeing that thoii\doing3 are not given at length .in the metropolitan journals J—Ed. -B. :•,,. Tuesday, September 20th, 1874. DnEDGiira Opehatioxs. < - Oq the motion of £7000 for landing silt, ■■■_. Mr^ Whitemsiu called the. attention of .the Miiiister of Public instruction and the Minister representing the Public "Works department to the fact that the silt being, deposited at j tho' corner of Moray-street and tlie Sandridge-road,: iu order to form the foundations of the State; school which was to be erected on that site, was! taken from the bed of the river, and consisted of abominable .stulf, the stench from which was terrible. It was the filth which had been for: years accumulating in the bed of the Yarra, and -the pestilential vapours aris...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1874. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Barker, Mouat, I[?]lla, Foote, and Nimmo, J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 October 1874

I EMERALD HILL POLICE CQTJRT/'d I Saturday, October 24, 1874. • (Before His Worship the Mayor, Messrs.. Molli son, P.M., and Barker, Mount,-. -Mia,' : Jfoote," aucljSTimmo, J.lVs. t _ ■ Drunkenness.—John "Williams was fined 5s.,'or twenty-four hours' imprisonment, for.. drunk-, enncss and disorderly conduct. •Removing Sand without a License.—John Brown was fined 10s., with 2s. 6d. costs; for' re moving sand from . .Crown". "Lands without'. a; license. , T Non-payment of 'Fines.—Jaue Carlon was sum moned to show cause why she.shouldjsnotipay a fine of 10s., with 5s. costs, .which had'-been im-' posed upon her for allowing a cesspit on the pre mises she occupied to overflow: Defendant said ■ she had no money aud was unable to work. The Bench dismissed the case, but informed her that: she must find means to pay the fine. Jane Robinson was summoned for a like" ampuut,; under similar circumstances. She also pleaded impecuriiosity, and the case was-postponed j for ai month. ... . Xo Light...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1874. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 October 1874

SANDRXD&E POLICE COTJ&T. Monday, October 26,1874. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) Drunkenness.—David Croke, John Savoy, and John McLeavy were each fined 03., or twenty four hours' imprisonment, for being drunk and disorderly ; and Frederick Medeley was fined in the same amount, with Is. Cd. coats, or forty eight- hours' imprisonment, for a similar offence. Assault.—Mrs. Elizabeth Blue was summoned by Mrs. Monagle for an assault, which, however, was of a trilling description, and defendant .was fined the small amount of 5s., with 10s. costs, or threo days' imprisonment. Debt Case and Assault.—Amelia Jackson Boll ar summoned Thomas Briggs for £20, for money lent. Mr. Head for plaintiff, and Mr. Crillott for defendant. Plaintiff said defendant took her away from the house whore she was re siding, and they went to an hotel, where they passed as Mr. and Mrs. Cox. On the 17th of August and the following day she lent him money, amounting to £20, in £5 notes. She had then £95 in...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1874 (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. Foote, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 October 1874

Tuesday," October 27, 1874 (Before His -Wowjrip 'the Mayor, 'and 3?oote, J.P.) - . : Assault.—James Austin Monteitli, was fiued! £5, or fourteen days' imprisonment, for assault ing Catherine Harding. -• - — Drunkenness.—Jossio-Tliompsou and Greoi'ge Greeney were each fined 5s., or twenty-four hours' imprisonment^ for drunkenness aucl' dis orderly conduct.

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 — 29 October 1874

TOTC&-of--Emerald HilL Applications from. persons snit&bic to fill a VACANCY in tbe FIRE BRIGADE, will be received until 7 p.m. on FRIDAY, Cth November. ./ JAMES EVILLY • Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, • 23rd October, 1874. SYDNEY W. SMITH. Architect, invites TENDERS for ADDITIONAL Brick ROOMS and various Alterations to residence at East St. Hilda. Dans, &c., at bis oilicc, Grey street^ St. Hilda. HOTEL.—"Tbe George" now erecting. Cecil and Coven* try-streets, Emerald Hill. Applications for five years. LEASE received to 1st November. Smith, agent, o9 George-street, Fitzroy. Meetings. Second South Melbourne Bxuldiag and Investment Society. THE ANNUAL MEETING will bo held at tbe Mechanics' Institute, Cecil Street, on TUESDAY, 3rd November, at Eight o'clock, To lleccivc tbe Annual Report and Balance Sheet. • Polling for the Election of Members to serve as Office bearers for the ensuing twelvemonths will coimueuce at Six o'clock aud close at half-pa«t Eight. Copies of...

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 — 29 October 1874

Tailors, Drapers-, &c> ^7"'I L LI A- 31 1? E E Gr U S O N, Tailor and Clothier, CtAr;EKliOK SlREET, EjEERAU} flrr.T.j l- •. -. (Opposite St. Luke's Church.)- - . ; Tarr.'^vi2|i» mil Gccion? Txrceds.il trays on hand. M- ^ A p p L E B Y, ,'MiUia.ori_ Drossmalser, ' 8cc-, A-» J-.itfiis 01 Draper* Goods.sold at (he lowest possible priccs; > L - , .i( 'J also^n-largc assortment of„,V:.".. •.. •:ii '/ . arrayed) • !nS I"%t,s,^ol)Cs;1Saiort> Frorfcs, Ladies-' Petticoats, v, 1 ochrth;uidkcrcIirefs;*;ni(l narrow strips for Trimmings &c. * Feathers Cleaned, "" *"- ' ^ ,.T E E T C H E E'S Drapery, Milliaorj-yMantle, and Dress .• - ; r; "^iaa&afc "Esta^lislimeat,"' . Si. IS A X K STREET W E S T, t Catiioii.r Chapel, Emerald Hill. .Music.. R'- . ;\V: ' E 0 L I? E, Tcac&cr-of the Pianoforte, Harmonium -and-Siiiging,. ?cpiU'»t1ch(icd'at "their own-residence-. :or at Jin. Rout's. ;r ESPLANADE, SANDRIDGE. J/fi®.. ,"W:. • 03.W J. L -E E -S-,, Toach^r; of'Piaii...

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 — 29 October 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. ' ' • District. Deputy Registrar. '.Girths. Deaths Melbourne (South) E. Prendergnst 11 -9 Melbourne (Nortli) G-. F. Nagle... 29 : 22 Melbourne (West) D. jVIorison... 8 . 4 . . Emerald Hill A.Plmnmer... 8 4 Saudridge A. Plummer... ■ o • 2

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 October 1874

- ■ ; Births, Marriages, and Deaths. • .j [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted *frek op charge, and communication of such events arc respectfully solicited J BIRTHS. Lane.—On the 23rd inst., at CO Bank-street East, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. Lane, pre maturely, of a daughter, stillborn. : ; Waugii.—On the 26th October, at 21 Brooke street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Hi'. Robert Waughofa son. MARRIAGES. 7 • . ; Dickson — Fotheiigill.—On the 2'Uh'inst;, by the Rev. D. McDonald, of Emorald Hill, James, eldest son of the late G-eorge Dickson, of Greenock, Scotland, to: Mary; eldest daughter: of William Fothergill, of Windsor, near Mel bourne. DEATHS.. Stewart.—On the 24th inst;, at the residence of his mother, 232-Moray-street, Emerald Hill, Henry Wilson Stewart, eldest son of tho late Edward Syngo Townscnd Stewart, and grandson of the late Rev. Henry Wilson Stewart., L.L.D., of Lower Xawnies,. Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland, aged 18 years. ; ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

JTJSTISTS & c 0 . C0A0HBT7ILDERS, 35 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. Builders of every description of Vehicle, both American and English, f>0* per cent lower than any other house in the colony, AH work guaranteed. MGIIT AUD SWEEP. IVrniture removed. General carter. Dead horeoe and cattlo removed free of charge. Xl" J.' COCKBILL. "rCOTBMEY STREET, " * • • KMEEAED HILL. TRODD'S Emerald Hill and Sandridge - PARCELS DELIVERY. Goods colloctcd and de livered twice daily. Orders received at the Clarence Hotel, Xlizabeth-strcct, Melbourne; Clarke Brothers, News Agents,. "Win. Marshall's Printing-office, Dorcas-street; C. T.ingham; fiddler, Clarendon-st; Reardon's George Hotel, Coventry-st., ^d^fttt^Grbccr, Bank-»ttr«et Westi Kaerald HiU.: Bank Notices. English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, CORNER. OP CLARENDON & BANK STS., Emerald 2Iir.i. BILLS DIS COUNTED, Advances made or Cji5.1i Credits granted on approved Personal or other Security, and Money received on Depo...

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CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

CRIOKET. I'':.:SOtJTH MELBOUBNE CRICKET CLtTB. '"At t!i< annual meeting of secretaries held on tlie It', ii -t, tho following matches wore arranged for the first and second elevens- of tlie South Melbourne Cricket Club :— Fibst Eleven. Date. Name of Club. Ground. -Oct. Fifteen Richmond South Melbourne. i m 24{ 31) ■ -TV Fiftceu:Fitzroy... South Melbourne. Fifteen C. Service South Melbourne. • *' iP ■Q' Eighteen Country South Melbourne. 14-) '"'Si'" 21 £ East Melbourne... East Melbourne. 28 ) 26' Ballarat'............. South Melbourne. Dec. '5) ■n\ Melbourne . Melbourne. 19) Ballarat. ' Jan. ':1; : Second Eleves. i. Date., Name of Club -Ground; Oct. , 3") O.M.f 17) "2-15 J ,31 Nnr ;14 ■) '■21 c 28) .21.1 ;.28 j Richmond., Fitzroy. Civil Service •Richmond. Fifzroy. Civil Service. East Melbourne ... South Melbourne. Dec. 9 ) Fifteen Carlton ... Richmond Yarra Bend Melbourne Carlton. Richmond Yarra Bond. South Melbourne. SANDRIDGE CRICKET CLUB. : The: following are the engage...

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OUR MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAWS AMENDMENT BILL. November 3, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

OUR. MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. ( From Hansard.) [We resume tliis column in order that our read - era may havo an opportunity of preserving the records of our representatives' speeches in Par liament, for reference at any future election; seeing that their doings are not given at length in the metropolitan journals.]—Ed. S. Lodili GrOTEKNMENI Laws AilENDiTENT Bill/. November 3, 1874. Mr. Thomas thought it would bo hard to re quire an engineer who had followed his occupa tion for a number of years, and was thoroughly qualified for the position, to be suddenly called upon to undergo an examination. He (Mr Thomas) bad followed his occupation for thirty years, but it was very probable that if he were called upon, all at once, to undergo an examina tion in pharmaceutics, be would not greatly distinguish himself. Mr. Thomas said lie wishod the committee to consider the position, of Sandridge with regard to the present question. The whole of its rates, at Is. 3d. in tbe pound, amounted to not m...

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VOLUNTEERS. SANDBRIDGE ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

VOLUNTEERS. SANDED) G-E ARTILLERY. The third competition for a handsome trophy took place at the Sandridge Butts on Saturday last. Corporal Bartlett proved to be the winner on this occasion with a very fine score of 61 points, 3 being handicap. Conditions 200, 500, and 600 yards ; 7 shot3 with one sighting shot at each distance. The following are the scores orer 40 points :— w m d. t»> .2 O . O - - o O (M O ' CO w. Corporal Bartlett 22 23 13 .. 3 61 Corporal Walker ...... "21' .17: 12 6 56 D. T. Coyle ■ 19, 16 ,9. 12 56 G-unner Kelly... 17 18. 17 3 55 Sergeant Tcomans 22 16 14 —. .52 Sergeant Newman 22 16 0 .7 45 Lieutenant Cowing...... 19 11. 14 ,—. 44 Gunner Rogers 21 4 13 3 42

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

CRICKET. A match was played on Monday between eleven of South Melbourne and twelve of Corio upon tlie ground of the former. When the stumps were drawn at six o'clock the whole of the Corio men were out for 39 runs, against the South Melbourne's largo score of 342, the highest, scorers for the South Melbourne being Cooper 79, Slight 68, J. Chessell 42, Allan 39, Tinsley 32, Major 22, McGau and Craven 16 eaeh. Last Saturday a one day's match was played between an eleven of South Melbourne and fifteen of the Civil Service, on the local ground, which resulted in an easy victory for tho local team. The totals were—Civil Service, 57; South Mel bourne, with loss of only five wicbots, 106. I Tiie South Melbourne second eleven pliyed a [ match on Saturday, at .Ivyneton, against the local club. The Kyneton team scored 152, and when time was called two of tho South Melbourne team had contributed 2S, without the loss of a wicket. The visitors were hospitably entertained, and a return match was ...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS AND . DEATHS. ;• District." Deputy Registrar. .Births; -Death's Melbourne (South) E. Prendergast 8. ;' 16 i Melbourne (North) Gr. P. Naglo... 2-t . .14.! Melbourne (West) D. jMorison .;. ' 12 V 3 ; Emerald Hill A.Plummcr... a G j A.'Plummer... 8 , .. . -J,!

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ALBERT PARK LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

ALBERT PAHS LAZE. A committee meeting of the Albert Park Yacht Club was hold on Tuesday evening, at the club room, Clarendon Hotel, Clarendon-street, Emer ald Hill. Present—Mr. John Cosgrave (presi dent) in the chair ; Messrs. J. M. Campbell, Wm. Reddish, J. S. Davidson, R. Heard, W. P. Buckhurst, and the secretary, J. C. B. Tan Wyck. It was resolved to call a general meeting of the members to take into consideration the future movements of the club, with a view to resuming sailing matches on the Albert Park lake at an early date, &c., Mr. Heard having undertaken in the meantime to sail round and select the most suitable course. Last Monday may bo considered the opening of the season, for on that day a handsome new yacht was launched by the owner and builder, Mr. Wm. Reddish. The new yacht is called the " Martba," six and n-half tons burthen, 27ft. in length, and 8ft. beam, built of blackwood and Kauri pine. The height of the lower mast is 27ft., and from the kelson to the t...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. Foote and Whiteman, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

"Wednesday, Noveitbee 11, 1874. (Before Messrs. !Foote and Wliiteman, J.P.'s.) A. Nuisance.—Henry Ells, summoned by Con stable JlcCormack, was fined 20s., with 2s. 6d. costs, for allowing nightsoil to be spilt on tho street. Debt Oases.—Bobert Henderson t. Ann Lyte, fraud, £4 5s ; to be paid in eight weeks, or four teen days' imprisonment. Jane Smith T. Chas. Ford alias Pratley, goods, £2 2s. 9d. j awarded, with 6s. 6d. costs. James Silvertliorpo v. Edward Iienny, goods, £3 13s. 8d.; awarded, with Ss. costs. J. B. Youl v. Thomas Stripling, goods, £4 4s. lid.; dismissed, with costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

Sollcway't Pills.—The Liver, the Stomach, an d their Ailments.— Alterations of temperature muggy weather, a troubled mind, sedentary habits, excesses at the table, and a gay, reckless mode of life exert the most deleterious influence over the liver and stomach. When once these organs aro fairly out of order, great inroads are quickly made on the general state of the health; the con stitution, which loses tho aid of two of its noblest organs, soon gives way, and diseases quickly follow, from which, if neglected, the worst con sequence will inevitably result. If & course of HolJoway's celebrated Pills be preserved in, all will bo well again, as they are the finest and noblest correctives of the blood ever known , and effect certain cures of the liver and stomach •: ■ {J

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO AN AUSTRALIAN FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

ORIGINAL POETRY. • ..TO AIT AUSTRALIAN FLOWER. Deep in a mountain Talley grew A little flower, of lovely liue, Nurtured by a drop of dow. But ere it op'd its petals fair, , To scent tli'alreadv balmy air, Off't dropt the cheering pearly tear. And thro' the rale fierce wind and rain Eush'd with a heedless might and main, That snapp'd its slender stem in twain. So died that blushing little flower, Tha thing of beauty of an hour Yielding to a sterner power! Thus in the churchyard grassy graves, And on the ocean rolling wares, And in tho mountain sculptured caves, Say to us all that we must die, And iu the earth or ocean lie— Travellers to Eternity. And little tombs say little flowers Transplanted are to safer bowers : Thus thou art there, sweet one of ours! Holy, holy, holy singing, And thy harp of glory ringing, As ye round the throne are winging. Then calmly sleep, my gentle boy, Too brief thy life to know alloy; And lifo in death's a deeper joy! K.P.

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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

I ":EMERALD HILL TOW COUNCIL Feiday, Noyejibee 6th, 1874; Present:—The Mayor, (Cr. Page), Crs. Nimmo, Boyd, Foote, Philipson, Thistlethwaite, Mills, Danks and Sandilands. The Minutes of Ordinary Meeting held on 23rd October, and Special Meeting held on 28th October were road and conGrmed. Special Meeting. A Special Meeting of the Council was first held, for the purpose of rescinding the following resolutions, passed by the Council on the 23rd October, inst., haying been duly made on the 28th October, inst. (i.) "That the plan submitted by Surveyor for converting the Melbourne Orphanage into pub lic offices be now approved, subject to any altera tions which the Council may think necessary to make, and that the Government bo requested to grant a sufficient area out of the Albert Park, fronting the St. Kilda-road near the Warehouse men's Cricket Ground for the erection of a new Orphan Asylum, and that a committee be now appointed, consisting of Crs. Pago, Thistle thwaite, Sandilands,an...

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.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND ON EMERALD HILL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

CORRESPONDENCE [We ure not responsible for tlie opinions expressed ■J . . by our Correspondents.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND ON EMERALD HILL. • To the Editor of the Record. Sib,—As your correspondents and readers will probably like to know the real facts of the case, I will ask you to allow me to state them in a few w-ords. Some time ago—before any letter had appeared in the Record on tho subjcct—the Vestry of St. Luke's initiated a movement for the erection of a Church, to bo used also as a Sunday school, on the site secured by us for the Church of England in Thistlethwaite and Buckhurst streets, in the north-west of tho district, where there is a dense population. This movement is being carried out by a committee from among the Churchmen of that neighborhood, and can bo completed without any help from the congrega tion of St. Luke's, which has already made itself responsible for a debt of about £150 on the church, and £750 on the new parsonage. The latter debt, I may add, was incurred ...

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