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EMEBALD HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1872. (Before Mr. J. Finlay, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

EMEBALD HILL POLICE. COURT. Friday, November 1, 18/2 (Before Mr. J. Finlay, J.P.) , voscene language.—racncs w nson, ior mating use of obscene language iu a public jplace was fined 10a. or three days' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1872. COMMUNICATION WITH EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

EMERALD HILL : ' TRI/RSDJ.Y, NOVEMBER 7, 1872. COMMUNICATION WITH EUROPE. The above subject is just.now attract ing very considerable attention, and as it is one of very general .importance both as to our postal arrangements and the facility of personal communication with the old country—it cannot be too freely or fully ventilated. There are three distinct routes open to our con sideration and selection, the one via the Isthmus of Suez and Mediterranean' —another by'.way: of the Pacific, the American jtrans-continental railway, and^the A lintic—and the third by the so-called Cape route. These have severally advantages and disadvantages, I merits and demerits. By the wealthy, ! no doubt, the Suez—or as it still re- 1 tains the name the overland route— will always be preferred as the speediest! and accompanied by the minimum of the discomforts of travelling, but it must necessarily ever be far outside the means of many of those whom busi ness or inclination attract to Europe. muu S^ra...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THE FIRE AT THE DRAPERY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

THE FIRE AT THE DRAPER? HALL. JtMKKAXD XIill has for some time enjoyed an immunity from firos of any importance, and we could have hoped this would continue. On Mon day evening, however, the IliU experienced iv screw visitation of-this land, and for a time it appeared probable that the results might he still more serious. About 7.15 a bright light suddenly appeared iu one of the windows of-the Coventrv-' street frontage of the premises occupied by Mr. Thomas, as the Drapery Hal], and in a few seconds the "whole window was one blaze, which in almost | ^esS time than it takes us to write it quickly ox tended to the entire establishment, and before the alarm could be given and the fire brigade arrive, all hope of saving either the building or its con tents was at an end, and the only thing was to prevent the spread of the fire to "the block of wooden buildings at the rear in Coventry-street, or to the establishments of Messrs. Smith, Nicholls, andBuckhurst, in Clarendon-street. We arc ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EDUCATION, [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

EDUCATION, We have before now, from tim'c to time, expressed our repudiation of the idea that'" education " merely repre sented the acquirement of the three popular rudimentory principles, read ing, writing, and arithmetic.. We have ever said that the term should have a wider, a more general definition, and include all that could be taught to render the human being fit for the; various contingencies of life. We find that our legislators are anxious to afford the rising generation to read the news papers, the London Journal, and other high-toned periodicals. We believe that one practical'minded man stickled for the girls to be taught needle work, and another proposed to import sewing' machines by the million, for the use of the children. Mr. Yale was anxious for them to be taught music. Save the mark—because it would elevate their tastes! Dr. CANDLEK.held an inquest yes terday on the body of John Vincent, who had been drowned in the Yarra by the accidental upsetting of a boat on the ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ALBERT PARK LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

ALBB&? PASS LAEE. Tun'above regatta club had another very success ful gathering oil Saturday last, notwithstanding the attraction of the -'Derby " day. The weather was all that could be desired—a strong southerly breeze blowing Uu-ough the day: There was both a yacht and a skill race lor the two cups lately subscribed-by the club. The following boats started for the yacht race :—" laugh-a-ballagh,'' W. Reddish ; " Pearl," J. Cosgravc ; " Nautilus,' J. Messenger; "Leader," Wm. Cowper; "Record," T. JelfiSen.; "Argus,' William Heard; "Mystery,' . J. P: -Marrctt; Secret," H. A. Strong. This ."Leader" took the first position at the start, and maintained it to the finish, "Kecord," second; Argus," (third. The course wis teu times round the buoys. During the race some amuse ment was occasioned by the capsizing of the "Prima Donua" in rounding oue of the buoys through the stiffness of the breeze. In the skill' race the following boats started:—"Jane Eliza beth," ffm. Reddish ; " Hos...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BACCHUS AND APOLLO. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

. . BACCHUS AND .Al'.OLLO, Mr.-Wild, of Vaughan and Wild, i the brewers, has set a good example to others in the trade, determined to live down the prejudice against Colo nial beer. He has initiated a move ment in connection with the Exhibition, by which the visitors might obtain that beverage, or any other liquid re freshment daring their visit to the aggregation of novelties. In doing so he has gone to some expense in the erection of a building l!20 x 4-5, x. 18 in height, with all necessary fixings and decorations, all of which will be come the property.of the Commission ers when no longer needed. There must be something wanting ia the cohesion of those parties interested in the production and consumption of colonial beer and wines, when we find that Mr. Wild has invited the co l operation of those parties, individually and collectively, and received no ansicersl thus leaving Mr. Wild to fight the combined forces of prejudice and quasi vested interests (in the im porters) single-...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR TIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

OUR TIP. "The cup which cheers, But not inebriates." Antipodean Poet who never lived in Victoria. EvBBr paper has givon a tip for the cup by its own seer. We have a Bcechwortli dreamer who says it is to be—Quack, 1; King of the King, 2 ; and a horse ridden by a black jacket, with yellow sash, 3. The dreamer of dreams at Sandridge has dream't like Joseph, a dream, and has backed his somniforous opinion—so says the Sandridge Jit porter—to the extent of .-£150. We^have had a projJhet for some time, put down to cool, with a wet towel round his head, and a mustard poultice on the soles of his feet. He says • the winning horse will not be a horse, but is no Account, and the second or third will be a beast with a Bill, and he specially hedges himself that he does not wish to indicate any medical practitioner—as to Dagworth, after a little conversation with Peebles, the 3s. a head spiritualist aud his aide, Dr. Dunn "a physician by diploma aud examen," who " believes in the hinterlect of th...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE MUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

- :OSI&nTAIi-POETRY'' TIOv MCSES.' The muses are not tied to space,— They roam from clime to cliuie ; , 'J'lie width of ocean's span they pace, . ... ...'jn,e highest mountain climb, w e know in the remotest lands Sweet harmony is found ;— At times the most neglected strands .With melody resound. ' We meet them in the homely cot, "We hear them in the skies ;— They're hailed in ev'ry earthly spot . - By ev'ry bird that flies. They have a tone the mind to cheer, . E'en passion's force to calm ;— They lift us to another sphere "With their alluring charm. They sympathize with ev'ry nerve, They ev'ry joy enhance,— Their potent influence preserve Through nature's broad expanse. And yet such is their gentle sway, And such their mild control,— They drive our worldly cares away, Remind us we've a soul. K, D. November, 1872. The.performance given at the Princess1 Tlieatre off"Monday evening, in aid of tlie "Wliitcman Testimonial," was well attended, but 110 doubt a number of persons f...

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TWENTY-THREE PERSONS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

TWENTY-THREE PERSONS DROWNED. Capiaix Burton, of the steamer " Metis," makes - the following statement—"Wo left .Now York at 5.15 p.m.-on 29th August. The weather was overcast and raining, with a fresh breeze from the south-west. • At 3.40 a.m. when between the two lighthouses, Montauk Point and Watch-hill, about - two miles offshore, the propeller was run into by an unknown schooner, striking us forty feet abaft the stem, or nearly abreast the pilot houso. The propeller immediately stopped, turned round, and we cudeavourod to find the vessel, but failed After running a few moments the engineer reported the steamer rapidly filling. I imrae ditely headed her for the nearest shore. It soon became evident that tho steamer must go down. It was not longer than half an hour from tho time she was headed for tho shore until she sank. The life boats lowered were filled at once with persons anxious to escape. About 50 persons wore left on the upper deck, which drifted with the gale. The storm...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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MR. F. J. ANGUS'S MODEL OF THE PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

KS. P. J. ANGUS'S MODEL OP THE - PROPOSED BRID&B OVER THE ' YARRA. Wl have inspected the model, and without ex pressing any large engineering opinion upon it, "we coucieve the principle with soma modification is'adaptable to the requirement. Mr Angus's idea is represented by two solid abutments, giving a 50 feet span, the bridge swinging on a pivot, the outer end being sustained by caisson-floating on the water—with compensating pully suspen sions, so that the caisson always under every circumstance : of1 rise or fall must take its fair ■ proportion .of weight, in fact, prevent the equili brium- of' the bridge being disturbed, and the bridge will at all times swing with, facility. The construction of the bridge is on the spring or truss girder principle, and a very• light bridge will thus be equal to a very heavy .weight. ~We conceive that instead of the abutments shown by the model, it.would:be better to carry out an .iron pile, say cruciform iron-piles, light dud strong, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

Town of Emerald Hill. . '/U • NOTICE. ——— THE ; COLLECTOR' attends at Lis office . Town Council Chambers, EVERY MORNING, From 9 to 11, to Receive Payment of Rates. WILLIAM TOPE, Rate Collector. Town, of Emerald Sill. SPECIAL ORDER. BYE-LAW No. 49. Kelati>g to the Deposit op Inflajthable Materials. IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED—That at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council of the Town of Emerald Hill, to be held on Monday, lltli , November proximo, at half-past 7 o'clock p.m., at the offices of the said Council, Dorcas-strect West, Emerald Hill aforesaid, it is the intention of the said Council to confirm the following resolution passed by tbe said Council on Monday, 14 th October, 1872. " That in pursuance of the lfiSth " Section of the Boroughs Statute, the Council of " the Town of Emerald Hill, Obdaix that the " 3rd, 4th, 5tli, 6th and 7th subdivisions of tbe " Seventh part of the Twelfth Schedule to the " Borough Statute, is Herf.bx adopted in and " for the said Town as Bye-lay No. 49."...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

t Tailors, Drapers, &c> IMPORTANT NOTICE ! . |»Ibs. ' FLETCHER ■Begs most respectfully to inform her many friends and the public of Emerald Hill that she .. has Opencd tliose Premises, J STo. -81 SANK .STlffiET.\WEST, ! .(Near Catholic Chapel), with a Choice Sdictioji Hosiery, Haberdashery, Trimmings. . MILLINERY, STAYS, UNDERCLOTHING, - ' Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, &c. Mrs. I'-. will also be prepared to take order8 for Millinery, Mantle aud Dress Making, having iuuio arrangements for the supply (monthly) of London and Paris Fashions, so that all orders eatrusted to her will be executed in thej most fashionable style. " " Xadics' Own materials made up. . in connection with the abovo,,Mrs. F. has also Opened a Registry Office. . Address—81 BANK-STREET WEST, . . . . EMERALD HILL. . MRS. APPLEBY, Milliner, Dressataker, Ssc. JWBMOVED TO 145 CLARENDON STREET, i.l EMERALD HIM. All kinds of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest " possible prices. Jl splendid asso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

Important .to Advertisers, v ■' :■ . 4 ■; >' -v. NOTICE! ' In consequence of the large increasing circulation of Tjie 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.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deatlis arc inserted tree or charge, and communication of such' eveniH arc respectfully solicited.] KELSON.—On the 29th ult., at Clarendon-place south, Emerald Hill, the wife of J. Kelson of a daughter. THOMAS.—On the 9th ult., at Emerald Hill, the wife of C. S. Thomas of a daughter. PRICE.—On the 19th ult., at her residence, Thistlethwaite-street, Emerald Hill, the beloved wife of William Price, aged forty-six.   BIRTHS. DEATH. WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND   DEATHS.     District. Deputy Registrar Births. Deaths. Melbourne (South) E.Prendergast 6 16 Melbourne (North) G. F. Nagle... 62 11 Melbourne (West) J. Warman ... 4 2 Emerald Hill A. Plummer 17 7 Sandridge A. Plummer 3 1

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MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 November 1872

MELBOURNE EXHIBTION   Yesterday the third Victorian Exhibition was formally opened by, His Excellency Viscount Canterbury, that nobleman having, during his occupancy of his gubernatorial position, had the privilege of opening two of these developments of our progress as a people. "We may summarise the opening ceremonial by stating that there was a good attendance, the ladies preponderating numerically and tho ceremony presented no novel featuro. Looking round amongst the exhibits, we recognise many old friends, but we are also proud to And-that there are a large number of novelties and still more so that our own locality is very fairly represented in almost every department of Art, Science'or manufacture. We have selected all we could find and if we have unintentionally omitted any exhibit worthy of notice—why every one knows where the Record ofllce is and we publish every Thursday. The collcction of ex hibits includes—a dulcimer of colonial manufac tures exhibited by E...

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 — 7 November 1872

Mis c ellapeotLS. "•? McFARLANE & SON, ' •• > • •• i. ..Watchmakers, Jewellers & Opticians, -,5m( ... 165 Elizabeth Street, 1 itl" MBLBOCKKE. •" B5S" Colonial Jewellery made to Order. • PEBBLE AND OTHEli SPECTACLES. Medicaj, Card ! i EDW1RD JIYERS, -:.jf) ; Duly Qualified ^ledteal Practitioner, . ; (From PERU), Legally Registered by the Medical Board of Victoria I ^'Hereby notifies to the public that' lie has commenced the* ..practice of his profession. . ;v' DR.MYERS has for a number'of years, both' in North M-oad South America, made the diseases of a malignant type, . such as «• I CANCER (without operation) - ^ | ,rt-< GLANDULAR SWELLINGS 1 ULCERS, SCROFULA, : ' GOUT, RHEUMATISM, * ' ' And other affections arising from •IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,- . .. A- specialty. His unqualified success fully justifies him * in asserting wiih confidence that he can relieve and cure | t' the most desperate cases, evidences of >vhlch may be seen by visiting him. „„ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 November 1872

rmiscellaneons'^"' -r*v' •K- M C F A RLA N E'&""S O N : Watchmakers, Jewellers & Opticians^ 165 Elizabeth Street,, — —■ ' MELBODBKE.' - i' S3FiColonial Jewellery made to,Order.*. . 'titfj PEBBLE AND; OTHER SPECTACLES. . Medical - Caud ; : Crl.i : . ;; : ; : »•. . ' 1DWAKK • -Duly Qualified Medical Practitioner,, . .; ' ' (From PERU), . , , , : And Eejrally Registered by the Medical'Board of Victoria' Hereby notifies to the public that lie lias commenced the. ^practice of bis profession. , .. „.t r:r, ; DR. MYERS has for a number of years, both in North: .and South America, made the diseases of a malignant-type, J .such as . t i 'CANCER (withoutoperation) • r^v.-: j«;vj r. GLANDULAR DWELLINGS ?. f4. ... ► : ULCERS, SCROFULA, v " " «* • -GOUT,'RHEUMATISM, r • •. . And other affections arising from . , I IMPARITIES OP THE BLOOD, "" I A .specialty. His unqualified success, fully justifies >him' in asserting with confidence that he can' relieve and 'cure! the most desp...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1872. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 November 1872

BMBBALD HILL POLIOS OOTJRT. Satttbdat, Notehbeb 9,1872. (Befora Messrs. Finlay and Foote, J.P's.) Larceny.—A mail named James Shepherd, was ' brought up charged with stealing a gold Groneva watch, clothing, &c., from the premises of Henry Daflin, Cecil-street. Henry Baffin sworn—I am a carpenter, and live at Cecil-street, Emerald Hill. I know the j prisoner—ho has been lodging with me for the last month. About half-past fire o'clock yester day morning I left home—the prisoner baring left ten minutes before me. Previous to leaving home, I had in the house one gold Genera watch, and some suits of clothcs, shirts and other things. On returning about two o'clock, I found my wifo stupified from drink; after making some enquiries I missed the watch (produced) one pair of trousers, one vest, and one shirt now on the prisoner. I have not seen the clothing since. I saw the prisoner between throe and four o'clock at the Club Hotel, Cecil-street, and gave him in charge. I value the wat...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 November 1872

SANBBID&E BOEOTTGE COUNCIL. Xhtosday, Novembeb 7, 1872. Present:—The Mayor, (E. Joyce, Esq.,) Crs. Curtis, Swallow, Poolman, May, Eea, and Wea tlioraton. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COEEESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read the following cones pondence:— From the Department of Board of Lands and Works, intimating that- watering tho streets of the Borough by hydrants, must be discontinued after 12tk December next. Cr. Poolman moved that the matter bo referred to the Public Works Committee, to take steps for obtaining a cart for watering the streets at tho time specified. Seconded by Cr. Swallow and carried. Prom Mr. W. G-. Sprigg, asking to be re-ap pointed as auditor to the Borough on the same terms as previously. Referred to the Finance Committee on the motion of Cr. Swallow, seconded by Cr. Poolman. From Town Clerk, St. Kilda, intimating that the amendment to the Public Works Statute had been discharged from the notice paper, thus rendering any f...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1872. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Leigh, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 November 1872

SAUDHID&E POLICE COURT. Monday, Novsmbeb 11, 1872. (Before Mr. ITollisou, P.M., and Mr. Leigh, J.P.) Temporary License.—An application was made by Fred. Moore of tho.Railway Hotel, Emerald Hill, for a temporary license for the Victoria Kifle Association matches at the Butts, during the current week, and granted. Drunkenness.—Ann Coleman, charged with being drunk and disorderly on the Bail way pier yesterday, was fined 10s. or, three days imprison ment. William Hanson, for a similar offence, was fined 5s. Assisting Seamen to Desert.—Peter Paton, on remand, was dismissed, as the charge was not within the meaning of the clause of the Act. Sunday Trading.—Robert Mitchell, of the London Hotel, pleaded guilty through Mr. Lowe, his solicitor, to a charge of Sunday trading on the prenous day. The Bench intimated that as the Legislature had made a law forbidding drink being sold on Sunday, they must sea it properly carried out. Fined £3 with 10s costs. Morse Uncontrolled.—John Mitche...

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