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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1874. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

EMERALD HILL POLIOS COURT. Saturday, November 7, 1874. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) Removing Sand without a License.—Dugald King and J olm Ford were each fined 103., with 2s. 6d. costs, for taking sand from Crown lands without a license; and Edward Cross was fined 20s., with 2s. 6d. costs, for a similar offence. Illegal Occupation of Crown Lands.—James Lumsden and James Woolf were eaeli fined 20s., with 2s. 6d. costs, for being found in illegal occupation of Crown lands. A similar charge against Michael McVerney was withdrawn. Infringements of the Publicans' Act.—Richard Henry Domcott, licensee of the Yarra Hotel, was fined £5, with 2s. 6d. costs, for delaying to admit into his licensed house Mr. Inspector Burton after admittance had been demanded. A similar charge against Mary Ann Dorricott, brought by Constable McCormack, was adjourned for four weeks. John White, of tho Green Man Hotel, was fined 20s., with 2s. 6d. costs, for selling liquor between 12 p.m: and 6 a.m. on tho previou...

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 — 12 November 1874

/ : Government* Advertisements* •/ •' •' Department df Lands and Survey. .» >• • • November 3,187-1. ;"i BOATHOUSE SITES, ALBERT PARK LAGOON, i! fpENDERS Trill be received :it tbc Crown Lands tender \ X box, Latrobe-street -west, until noon on Tuesday, 17th •-November, from persons willing to OCCUPY BOATHOLSE "SITES at tbc Albert Park Lagoon. " *Tenderers to state the number of tbc site applied for, and tiie amount of license fee per annum tbey arc willing to pay. ' • Plans, full particulars, and conditions of license, to be seen. at the inquiry-room, Crown Lands' Oflice. v-.. • A preliminary deposit of £o to nccompauycacli tender.. Minister of Lands and Agriculture. Terra, of Emerald Hill. rfffiNDERS will be received until Seven p.m., on Wednes XAny, -5th just.,— '""'For Leasing tlie Town Abattoirs for a period of Twelve Months, from the 1st day of December, nest. JAMES EYILLE, Town Clerk. Toto of Emerald Hill. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* that the ANNUAL ■" JM MEETING of the Town ...

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 — 12 November 1874

bailors, Drapers, &.c. ^TILLIAM pee gits on, . bailor and Clothier,. 5*2 CXAEBNDOK SxEERT, EstEItAED HlLE, \ •" (Oppoalte St. Luke's Church.) ^ : ' r YairaTiHc and Goelong Tweeds always on hand. ' ;f ^21 'S ■ ' A p I1 L E B Y, -Hmizior, Drossasker, &c'., . "JCSfamls of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest possible prices . , -• ^*0, a assortment of ' IXDIAJf EMBROIDERY Oust arrired) ; /• . />• , .r ; ■■ u-i>* I'VaUmr* Cleaned. • **'S£ B S P L-E T C H E B'S ;rBrapery. .Millinery, Mantle, and Dross *... "■ .v.. • -aaatoag• Establishment^ - r 8 1' BU'JC STREET WEST, \°u 111 e ,tc"u-1 > C .'jolic Chapel, Emerald Hill. ■■tf • . "'■ ~ * .. iVEusic. o~-:- o- i — . R "W ;E O, I F E, f v. " U i. ' , Teacher^ of she Pianoforte, Harmonium •. "'ti.j , and Sieging, "i-'■-■■^ UW. ?wn residence, orat Mn.'Eom's, '-J r -"-i^SPr \D\i. S.VypBTDGi-E. -.M E v 15 u' r L K 33 S ' - teacher of - Piano, Organ, • aad Singing1. . AnDiiii * -10 FERKARS STREET, Emerald Hill. -Jones and -Fau...

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 — 12 November 1874

jmotigs ! In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Record, all Advertisements intended for immediate insertion, must he sent to the office not later than noon on Wednesdays. AU 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 tions. 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 — 12 November 1874

BirthstaWftriagfcs.ana-nreSlS^pX •' If •Kgr^.^ivstc-- 1 \ •- [Noticcs of Bir£tp£ Marriages,And'^DcatUs ate inserted erek op cuakoe, and cu;nmimic.U\ou .ol'j'-icii eveataTaic respectfully solicited;] ' " vv» •' , fv. :■■;■! ' Minus. ; ITaevex.—At her residence,. No*: 8 Roy-Street,. .011 the 26th of October, the wife-.'of vMjtjJSrV \Y. Harvey oiu uaugliter. -~— Bigot.—On the 2Sth of October, the wife, of Sir. T. R. Rigby of a daughter, at her resdence/ _Sio. 10 Boy-street.^.. A ^ ^ „ U.NDERW00D.|-0a tlift Gtlr.inst.,\Qtf 113'Nelsbn-' road, ■ the wifcrof- TliomaV"TJntler,wobd'~of ""a" daughter. • - . -■■■ "White.—On the 7th mst.^jitriK^Parfcv'Plnce^ Emerald Hill, the wife, of Mr. I'liomaa .WInte»,oJ. a" duughtdiv- -""i""-- -T"" " deaths. : ^.e.iUiac; Sn^r.—On the'lOth-mst;,: nt his residence!" Dow-street, Saiidridge;-Mr. Charles C. Sharp,. ~aged4S-years^ : j-.'*-" • ■<:. £ '

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

REVELATION AND MATERIALISM. Resetted interest in theological discussions having been created in the public mind by tba publication of Professor Tyndall's masterly ad dress on the present relation of Science to Re realed Religion, and tbo simultaneous issue' of an anonymous work on "Supernatural Religion," which possesses considerable literary merit, we think the following discourse, preached last Sun day by the Rev. Canon Dickinson, M.A., Incum bent of St. Luke's Church, will not be without interest to most of our readers :— Text.—"And thou, lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are tho works of thine hands : they Bball periph, but thou remainest; and they all shall wax old as doth a garment; and as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed; but tbou art the same, and thy years shall not fail."—Heb. 1 eh., 10—12 r. The public services of the Christian church, in cluding its sermons, aro Tery properly chiefly occupied, brethr...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1874. GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 12 November 1874

EMERALD HILL: | THURSDAY, SO.VEMBER- 12, 1874;' j GIPPSLAND JEtAILW AY-','' [ The executive committee, of .the; Melj bourne and Gippsland Southern Railway League have issued a pam phlet setting- forth the-special claims which tiie scheme -for carrying the Railway line from::G}ppsland' tot,the Spencer-street termini-through Prah ran and Emerald Hill 'has over the Outer Circle and- every other • route yet proposed. The pamphlet is accom paniocl by a colorod map elaowing no less than nine different routes either in whole or in part. Perhaps the fol lowing table showing the course to be taken, and the estimated length of each line, will enable our readers to form a pretty correct idea of the various schemes, and also of the con flicting interests which the Govern ment have to grapple with when finally determining which scheme they will recommend for the adoption of Par liament :— 1. Outer Circle—North Melbourne to Oakley, via Kew—15 miles 1541 yards. 2. Inner Circle—North Melbourne to. ...

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EMERALD HILL ARTILLERY BAND. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

:lM.t iiSici; sue •'•■uu .!Wi-nia« W" ; EMERALD-HILL ■ARTILLERrj-BANpi j .'Jilltn 1 ic: .-i. ■ H 'To f/te.tJSdUor af the Record.** -* 1 1 " ', S]i;—Your remarks regarding the employment, j ,of_tTio Headquarters' Band in preference to the , [Emerald ffiU--Artillery., Band on the- occasion , of tlib ^ maiden match of the-T South Melbourne , I!oivIiiif: CJub ivere just;, but the parties in charge " of tuOj Emerald Hill Artillery Baud are nearly as.' V- 'much-to" blame,'for. they do not bring forward ' "theirJ good little,band sufficiently. . I am .'in clined to"think there, is a great ,lack of. energy .'someWli«re.!V;The bandsmen, I feel sure, are im /Dressed .with the idea that sufficient is not shown ."in ffieir welfare. Yours, &c., Music.

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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

I EMERALD SILL TOW COUNCIL. ITbidat, November 20th, 1874. Present:—The Mayor, (Cr. Dan to), Crs. Nimmo, Boyd, Soote, Philipsori, Thiatlethwaite, - Mills, Page and Sandilands. The Minutes of Annual Meeting were read and confirmed. COBBKSPONDBKCB. The Town Clork read the following corre« pondonco:— "From the Town Clerk, Sandridg®, stating that the Major, Cra. Morley, Burrought and Bed would attend the proposed toll conference, but that in the opinion of the Council the arrange ments connected with the toll question should remain as at present.—No action was taken, pending reply from City Council Circular from the Clunea Borough Council, sending draft of petition to the Legislative Coun cil, praying for provision to be made in the Local Government Bill that no person who shall not liare paid his rates shall hare his name placed on the Burgess roll.—The draft of petition was adopted on the motion of Cr. Page, seconded by Cr. Foots, and orderod to be presented when the proper time arrive...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND EXTENSION AT EMERALD HILL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

i::;,-:;: .cohhespowdekob. ; •• " ' [We urc liot respo'nsiblefor tlie opinions expressed^ i vl : : - i . > ** vr.rh -jar ? f; L'<" ■j'.yyi'.!• --v *jf!T .rv.tl ftiii ! CBTUHCH^ OE. ENGLAND- EXTENSION'iAT jfMtfi .h»dL-6WB49f iixxjE,..:; y -fli ccis -jf!l ~To the'EdUor 6fihefiic6rd:rL' '''••"'••Sie—f endorse tiie views of §5SW5f *MW* «W*ww*s spot relcrrea to .jour ..correspondent. ."Jf r ;> Let ne at once open a' siibseription' iistj and eeoj ■what can really be.done: to promote so desirable" an object. _ I for ope.-.sl)all,be„.bappy.\to. take; •""round the hat'.-r • ai'wV/ i*£ -i. •**

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ALBERT PARK LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

ALBERT PARS LAKE. An influential meeting of the Albert Park Yacht Club wns held ou Thursduy, 19th inst. at 8 p.m. at the Clarendon Hotel, Clarendoa street, Emerald Hill. Amongst those present were the President, Commodore, Captain, and Messrs. J. S. Davidson, Win. .Reddish, RJ S. Brown, J. M. Campbell, J. C. B. Yanwyck, and many other members, who take an active part in the welfare of the club. The followiug resolu tions were carried unanimously, viz:—"That the annual subscriptions be called in at once, and that all members not paying same before the 31st proximo be struck oil' the rolls, for the purpose of ascertaining the exact financial position of tha club with regard to future arrangements." " That a sub-committee be appointed consisting of Messrs. John Cosgrave, T. C. King, B. Heard, and '— Reddish, to communicate with boat builders, and ascertain the cost of building four yachts for the use of the club, and to report to the next meeting." "That all members joining the eluh on...

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 — 26 November 1874

Bank. Notices. ' -English, 'Scottish,-■ and • Australian: ■ v'j ■ chartered Baals,. CORNER OF CLARENDON & BANKSTS;, . ;■ Emekao) Hiix. . • - EILLS DISCOUNTED, Advances liiade or Cash Credits granted ou approved r^rsonal or . other«Secmity, aud Mouey received on Deposit at Call or for FixedPeriods. ..., Drafts issued on the London Office, Brrmchos, ami Agents 'of the "Bunk iii Kiipland, Ireland, Scotland, America. Cali fornia, the Au>-tralian Colonies, and 2?cw Zealand, at Cur rent Rates of Exchange, aud general Banking business tran sacted.'" (j£ C: < C-J. M'CUTCTIEON, Mnnnpcr. • English, Scottish, and Australian Hi i-ii, . Chartered Sank, CORNER OF CLARENDON & BANK STS., S Mi'Ci '.\V .v-EmEKALD JxjrEiiEST on deposits : ■. vii'i v :-fi ] 1 ;;Fixedfor-12mbnths- "> per eeut.^pcr anuum.;,:j j ;-'i:J-irCUXCliEON,.Manager: '3 IVrOTIGE^IS"HEREBY-GIYE1ST that JLt !;a',BR^,ClfWli&IlWBa?^i§'x6w!'6rES!ilt1» corn'erof Clarendoir'and Coventrj*-stroets, E...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1874. (Before Messrs. Mellison, P.M., Dauks, Page, Feote. and I[?]a, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

.il2di-STTSaturday;-November 2i, 1874 (Before'Srewrs. SlolIiVon, P..\F1, Dauks, Page, ... ,, Feoie. aad 0/ bciny Illegal// on Premises.—Honrj Bailey, on remand from t,foc previous Wednesday, was charged with bein^ found at nighttime on the £':' premises of Mr: John Shaw, draper, of Clarendon street, without lawful excuse. It appeared that about elereii'o'clock on the nig!>t of the 17t!l .^.inet.the, prieoncrgot into, a room where, some of Sir. Shaw's employees sleep, and wad seized by , rfJMt;.?JIc,6oTfn,:but1;inan8ge.l to .escape .from him jfie'.' jwas; • puttings oh... his .clothes.. .The' ju(jprisoner.then went to,a room "occupied hy...llr:: •6*ir?teF4?e^'9.r*'allll-Put out the gas. „He was .. sub"-; £ateu into custody. ..He.uow stated in .e^cusi^foi^isibhdiict tlial lie had. previously been dririkmp, and:did Mot.know..where he.was going. jj.,cTha Belief ,reprimanded and discharged him. 1 „^ <niujni'j Property'.—yiaTy .Toohay.summoned j^Bobejt. Bslleny for',wilfully...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

C RI C K E T . " The match between llie Sandridge and Wil liamstowc Alliance cricket clubs at Williams-, town was won by the Sandridge by 2C rnns and 1 wicket. J. Kelly and G. Mullen were the highest scorers for Sandridge, being 17 by Kelly, i and 15 by Mullen not out. J. Tyrrell teok 6 wicketa. IS-est Saturday the Sandridge play the Windsor at Sandridge. The following will re present the Sandridge:—Swallow (capt.), Hughes, Kelly, Tyrrell, Foster, Donovan, Cumpston, Turnley, MulleH, Kewuian, Hosier, Merrington. . . Parry v. South Sandridge at Sandridge. The following will meet at Coventry-street Railway Bridge at 2 30 sharp:—Danks, (capt.) Farley, Isaac, Greaney, Joy, H. Stevens, Thackery, Ever.-, Narracott, Wbittaker, Kellet, Turner. Also Parry Eecond eleven v. West Richmond at Albert Park. The following are chosen:—Newman, Burnet, Wragg, Hammond, Foster, Fraser, Mac kenzie, Stocks, Trueman, Collier, and Rnulatou. To commence at 3 o'clock sharp. The Junior Cup Match—Montague (holde...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Danks, and Foote, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

oi'-' (Beforc Me'sErs/Simmo/Danks, and Footej'J.P.'s:)' p-, r-.Tftreafeiihig Xanguage.— George Bazan, arrested_ 3 focusing, threatening language, was remanded till' Saturday, tlie prisoner being admitted to bail. '''• \l)cbt Cases.—-James Ferguson t. Win.: Watson;' j-r t: fraud, £2 14s. 2d.; dismissed, defendant being o5« insolvent. . James Fergusson v. Ebenezer Boss,; goods, £ 1 15s. 3d.; awarded, with 5s. costs. ,- Denis Biordau t. \V. FJaxioau, fraud, £- Os. Gd.; postponed for four weeks. John Lube v. Thomas ;r Humphreys, goods, £2 16s.; awarded, with costs, v . Illegal Detention.—Louisa Francis summoned William iloore and Mrs. Moore for the illegal j,. detention of a chair, value £1. To he restored, w ; with 25s..6d. 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 — 26 November 1874

_ Emerald Hill. /'^ rfte, \ SffA^MEN'POF-'RECEJPTS'AND EXPENDITURE OF^XHE TQ^N ffipyCIl^Qljg ^^RA]p)>HII^^URING THE YEAR ExMjKx (30th SEPT., pfij. 1 .*. 7.~~ . - . ^oww. rxrirs Accjpww^. i§fi RECEIPTS, &c. ' N ^ _ -srfgj; To Ca^u^M^.orXownjTreaiurer, ist Oct., 1873. ^^oloniai^anfij.of'AjSstralasia, ditto. jfrr. .prsr.. vt-. .Tjp •!T5Tt. <~jr rTT" T Rates Cbliectffl^Current'Year .. .-".{!....hi../&?". .5..'.J.'. 3755 1153 0 * „ ^^nwis and Interest ... ®. .Vl .Tf:.wi$7A° 3 . .—— 3902 15 3 „ Licensc Fees—EubliMns.GrOcers^r^ja^'^ghtmen^&jj.^.T......... , ,22fa.io. o ,. Proportion of Hacknev Chrriage Xicen'ses (receivcd-from City Council).,. 6014 5 ^Bffgistrntion'Fee^-^Bogs'-'aadf.GblffiaJ.'Jl'l .'JL'.'-U.~— ...... ... 'rsgecno^o ' "T^ilu nnd Rpnis— Alpttoiis. Markets. Baths. Common, and Toll Gates, ; ^1486 S o ^^iTap iGotVrs, Watec&art, Tarred Screenings, Burgess Rolls, and " *" Suhanes.tr.. T.... ; -/rAfcl-X-10 " Received for DamageitoTubli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

Tailors, Drapers, 46i -V.:. ^iLLIAJr • FERGUSON, :c ,.. IJiJ- Sailor aad OlotSiw, ■:" -} ^...CWAEHDOK StbEET, EMSB^IB TTtt.t.; ••• ■ ■■.':■ . (Opposite St. tuke'iChniMiiJ ' ■ ■■■■;'. jVI' ^ S- A P P £"f B Milliner, Dressmaker, ate., 145 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. ; All kinds of Draperv Goods sold at the lowest possible prices * • «»o» a large assortment of ' INDIAN EMBROIDERY (just arrived) pSPJf^n?uInf*tn^r Bob,cs» Short Crocks, Ladies'" Petticoats ; '^ctJinndkiTrJiJcf^ «»il narrow strips for Trimmings. Stc, - . Hiits and Feathers Cleaned, r ]V£ E S. F L E T C H E E'S . : _ Drapery, Millinery, Maatlo, and Dress making Establisluaettt, i. ."'81. BASK STREET WEST, ~- x.. I"u:t t,le Roman Catholic Chapel," Emerald Hill. ir_ . ___• ■ , . Music. ^ IVf B w. ' E O L P E, f|Y ' ®flwher of tie Pianofbrte, Harmonium fl?1 ■ • and Singing. 4 _ Pupils attended at tlieir own residence, or at Mb. Rolfe's, ;:fs .■ : ; - ESPLANADE, SANDRID&E. . 4 ' M W- K wT l. k e s , ^ Tea,cher of Piano...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

Sales "by Auction. J. .SATUKluy."NOVEMBER 23TH, ^ \ : At Four o clock. i. corner* nuixDiy g > amo^mekts., To Small' Cul>it:»7i>ts. Speculator* antl Others. T. NOl»Lfc i» instructed ti».Sell bv Auction oil the b jrround. corner.of\ork-streot East and Kastcrn-road, o:r .inr lav, 2<th inst, at lour o clock, •" All t'HKu pieces of:i/unl havnur frontatres of J>0ft, each ;to . jut.-tern-roud -and ]ranna-sitrco^, and 70ft. to York si: jvct. to a nj»ht-<>r-wj»y 10:t. .wide. •• • '.Ivt* :::«tve ha.-, cnrce frontages.to "i ork-strcet. Hanna slrvct. .i:v.l Eastern-mad. and is within live minutes' walk of Mel - . . . . • L:ilb Crown Certificate.- Terms at Sale. ; V ' KMHIUM) HILL.'- ": SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, . At! woo clock. ••FURNITURE.'-' CARPENTER'S TOOLS, &c. .To Fnrniture Dealers. Mechanics, Rnd others, rp. NOLLE is in.-tructed by the Curator of Intestate X • J-tate* to Soil by. Auction, ou the Premises, near the cfinuT or Little Muruy-place and...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. LOCAL-GOVERNMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

EMERALD HILL ■■"TiraRSDAY, ZfOVE&fAER 26, 1874. LOCAL-GOVERNMENT BILL. Local self-government owes very much of its success in the colony to Captain Clarke., the first representa tive of this district in the Parliament of Victoria. ,He it was who intro duced and carried into Law the Bill which gave birth to the present Shires and Boroughs, and which has done so much.to decentralize the government of the country. It is not perhaps say ing too much when we affirm that Cap-' tain Clarice's Act has strengthened our. democratic institutions] and fos tered that spirit of self-reliance which characterizes Victorians., more than any other single Act of the Legislature. Local self-government has educated the people of this colony in the art of governing themselves—of thinking and acting without waiting for instruction from a paternal government. Emer ald Hill justly prides itself in the fact that it was the first district to avail it self of the powers of Captain Clarke's Act; and, mo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 November 1874

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted FREE OF CHARGE, and communication of such events arc respectfully solicited.] BIRTHS. ROSS.—On the 16th inst., at Sandridge-road, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. P. M. Ross of a daughter. WHITBY.—On the 19th inst., at 357 Albert- road east, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Archie Charles Whitby of a daughter. MARRIAGES. STEWART—MORRIS.—On the 17th November,   at St. Paul's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Canon Chase, John, eldest son of Mr. John Stewart, contractor, Gardiner, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. James Morris, Thistlethwaite- street, Emerald Hill. DEATHS. LAWSON.—On the 24th inst., suddenly, at his residence, Moray-street, Emerald Hill, Edward Lawson, aged 57 years. LULHAM.—On the 13th of November, at the   residence of her son-in-law, Mr Sinnock, Railway- place, Sandridge, after a long and painful illness. Mrs. Christiana Lulham in her 73rd year. WILKINSON.—On the 17th inst....

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