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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Local Intelligence. Tin; IUIMVAV COMPENSATION £5000.-Mr. 'Whiteinun, iu tlic House lust night, "called the attention of tlio Honorftblo the Chief Secretary and Treasurer to ii statement made by tho Hon orable Mr. Vsrdon which appears in a return fur nished to this House, and to n statement furnished by the t'nder-Treasin'er in reference to the same subject', und to nek for ail explanation of tho con llieting nature of those statements, imd also to ask what- steps the Government, will take in the mut ter referred to." Mr. McCulloch replied that. Mr. Verdon must have labored under a misapprehen sion in his statement, and iu reply to further question?, he said provision should bo made for capitalising the aiuwmt and providing for the interest. The Williiunstowu Gas Company, which held its hall-Jiearly meeting last. Thursday, dcclarcd a i dividend at the rule of 10 per cent, per annum, besides currying a considerable amount to the reserve fund.-AVhcn "vvill ICmerald Hill and Isand 1 r«d...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Courts. SAKDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 6th, 1868. Before Mr. Mollison, and Sir. Swallow, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Folios; Courts. SAKDBIDG-E POLICE COURT. . Thursday ", August Gth, 18G8., Before Mr. Mollison, and Sir. S willow, J.P. Arrested on Suspicion.-John Edwards, alias Denis Grcynov, and Caroline Asbury, were charged with being in a'public place with intent to'com mit a felony. -'inspector Ityall appeared to pro-, secutc and Mr. AlbcrtRcad defended the prisoners who pleaded not guilty. Dotcctivc Lomax do posed that he was ron board tlio Somersetshire on Wednesday; 5th:inst., when lio saw the two pri soners prowling about the ship, evidently bent on committing some crime. ' A lady on board bound for England had had her purse abstracted from libr pocket; was unable to get it again. Ho ar rested the prisoners on suspicion, and took them on shore, but no clue to the theft was found upon them. J To knew the prisoners to be bad cha racters,.and the female prisoner received n sen tence of 18 mouths at the ? City Court for shop lifting, 111 18G7, but got out before her time. Detective Jvilfcddcr ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Volunteer Notices. EMERALD HILL r. EAST MELBOURNE ARTILLERY CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Volunteer Notices. EMERALD HILL r. EAST MELBOURNE ARTILLERY CORPS. The third or conquering mutch between tho above corps was fired on Satdrday last, on neutrul ground (North Melbourne butts) From the scor ing it will be seen that the Emerald Hill men have gained the match by a considerable majority. Tho highest scorer in the match was Gunner D. M'Hutcliison, of the Emerald Hill Artillery, who made the splendid totnl of 66 points. Sergeant Wardill, of the Eu9t Mclbourno Artillery, was tlio highest on his side with 58. Tho East Melbourne men wore one man deficient in their team, BO were allowed the average. The totals made in tho two previous matches are added for comparison, and it will bo observed that tho East Melbourne Artil lery have fullon off greatly from their last score, while tho Emerald Hill men aro only six points behind their last total, made, it will bo noted, on their own ground and in moro favourable weather. Emerald Hill Artillery-Gunner D. M'Hutcliison GG, Gunner Kel...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

PROSPECTUS A LOCAL "WEEKLY JOURNAL FOR THE DISTRICTS OF EJIKRALD HILL AND SANDRIDCrE. ^ ! 3F»K.IC5E - OPffjc! TREKS'3M"V;. "Tiie RECOIVD " is being published at the request of several of t he influential inhabitants of Emerald Hill and Sandridge, and with such promises of support as have decided the proprietor 011 making an effort to supply a want which has been long felt, viz.:-a purely local journal which would represent the districts in a satisfactory manner. It has often been alluded to as a matter of surprise that while a medium for making known their wants and ex-: pressing their opinions is possessed by other less popular localities, the highly influential districts of Emerald Hill and Sandridge should be without that unmis takeable indication of prosperity and pro gress-a local newspaper. AB its name implies, " THE RECORD " will confine itself to giving, to the best of its ability, an impartial history of local events,unbiased reports of Council Meet ings, satisfactory notic...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, August 6th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

SANDRIDGKE BOROUGH COUNCIL. « Thursday, August Gift, 1868. ^Present:-The Mayor (W. Morley, Esq.), and Councillors May, ROSB, Hummer, Kelly, Curtis, ' Johnston, and Thomas.) ^ rf MINUTES. ,J "'llie minutes of the last meeting Trero read and > confirmed. < CORRESPONDENCE. t'^Aftcr the Town Clerk hud read copies of letters forwaulcd by authority of the Council, lie read ? fitho following communications : ,TYEVom two members of the local fire brigade, rtiaamed ICenyon and Fos, resigning their apoint /menta, ind staling that they would return their ^uniform.-Accepted. '.35A9tam a denizen of Heath-street, named Robert v«JffoIiuekie, drawing the attention of tho Council fit<SSfnuisancc existing on the premises of a Mr. sCrookford, which was caused by the gentleman in ^'question keeping pigs and having erected a smoke -house. Councillor Kelly moved that the letter be vhnnded over to the Inspector of Nuisances to ? report upon it. Cr. Curtis seconded the motion , and...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. DANGEROUS. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Corrcspoa&onco. DANGEROUS. To ihe Editor of The Record. Sin,-I would wish to suggest to the Borough Council of Emerald Hill, tlirough the columns of your journal, the propriety of placing [i kerosene lamp or some other light, at tho cntranco or under the culvert at the falls bridge, and on tho plank road under the railway, which would prove a great benefit to pedestrians passing to and from the Hill on a dark night, which at tho present time is unsafe, especially to go under tho railway, through the chauceof slipping olt'tlio planks, espe cially in wet weather. At the present time ladies prefer going round by Princes Bridge rat her tlma risk the danger to bo encountered by going along the plank road. Trusting that tho suggestion will meet at the hands of tho Borough Council that consideration which I consider necessary. I roninin, ONE "SVIIO HAS SUFFERED. Emerald Hill, August Gtb, 1SG8.

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 10th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. I Monday, August 10th, 18G8. Present:-(Mnyor) W. Thiatlethwaite, Esq., and Councillors Ireland,. Ninimo, Roy, Stead, Sandilands, Skeats, Ward, and Whiteman. MINUTES. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CoitKEsrON-DENCj;. The Town Clerk rend the following letters From the Town Clerk, Melbourne, inviting the presence of the Council at a deputation from tlio members of Parliament., and City and Suburban Councils, to the Hon. Commissioner of Public Works, for the purpose of resuscitating the Yan Yean water question.-Referred to tho local delegates, Crs. Boy and Sandilands. From Joseph Hoad, of tho Insurance Com panies'Fire Brigade, stating that the company having taken into ..consideration the great danger cf the storage of large quantities of kerosene, respectfully suggest that the Council should take tho matter into consideration, with a view of passing a bye-law similar to the one now in force in tho City of Melbourne, limiting the s...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Borough of Emerald-Hill. TENDERS will bo received until 7.30 p.m., 011 Monday, 24th August pros.,'for executing tjie following Public Works:- '. 1. For Kcrbing and Channelling Raglan-street.. 2. For Completion of Church-strcet. And until 8 p.m., 14th inst. J?or Channelling Works in Coventry-street cast, opposite tho Bank. Specifications, &c., at council offices. JAMES EYILLE, Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, August 13,18G8. Borough of Emerald Bill; NOTICE. 7WTUMER0US complaints liaving been made of J3I tho nuisance caused by PIGS owned by several residents, the Borough Council of Emerald Hill bare instructed the Inspector of Nuisances to strictly carry out and enforce the provisions of Bye-Law No. 2G on aiul after the First day of September. By order, JAMES EYILLE, . Town Clerk. Emerald Hill, 30/7i July, 1SG8. - Borough of Emerald Hill: ANNUAL ELECTION. I declare the following gentlemen to be duly elected as Councillors of tho Borough of Emerald Hill:- . JtoT, CiiA7iL]:s, Solicitor...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Business Addresses, it.c. GO **' (EC K@, h? £ ® 4 W ^ @ « W 5 Q g :J Q I » f"fi. ? DC fe V jgy -i Mm jS- I rH PQ a « § _w ' ^ I I C-1: # S d § S I O ^ ^ fi O . S 5 H bj - ?' P3 8 : W H P3 g P3 H CO o O P3 ^ ^ N * < _ R3 s o 3 s" K « s £ £ W « .?13 8. jpesigas, Plans, and Specifications- of Dwellings and Public. Buildings ~f Prepared, and their erection superintended, by J. E. BUTLER, . ARCHITECT, , , ' (Of ninny,years EngHsh cxpericncc) OfficeMessrs. Xattan ,<J*. Durham, Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill. S. D. NATHAN, :. Accountant, Ssc., ;cldO I'ARK STREET, EMERALD HILL. -- Tradesmen J Books and Accounts made-up.* -Bills of Sale, -Agreements, &C.m drawn; oil the . shortest notice. . y J." W. MITCHENEH & CO., Manufacturers of every descript ion of jjWIN'b'OW BLINDS, 10 JOHN, STREET, EMERALD HILL. Old BUnds rc-paintcd, taped, &c. Orders by post punctually attended to. r». SARGEANT, TAILOR, 16 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. QSvecd Suits, to...

Publication Title: Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A sail on tlie Ynrra by moonlight," W. P., ncccptctl.

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. MACGREGOR.-On the 7th instant, at Emerald Hill, Mrs. R. Macgregor of a son.   HARDIE.-On the 10th inst., at Moray-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Joseph Hardie, of a son. DEATH. TRENWITH.-On the 4th inst., at Emerald Hill, after confinement, the beloved wife of E. Tren with, of Essendon.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 8, 1868. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, and Martin, J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 13 August 1868

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 8, 1868. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, and Martin, J.P.'s. A"o Lights.-Alexander Gordon, Cecil-street, .Tolm Turner, Montague-street, nntl Nicholas Ho Kay, ?were each mulcted in the sirni of Is. and 12s. Gd. costs for not putting lights on obstructions. Cause List.-II. L. Wolf v. Win. Cockbill, jun., use and occupation of a house, £1 16s.; no ap pearance of defendant; the bench gave a verdict for the amount with 5s. costs.-McPhcrson aud Walker v. James West, goods sold £3 Os. 2d.; 'verdict for amount with 5s. costs. - Joseph Slack, a man who (in his own estimation) knew more about the law than the bench, summoned a man named William Ogleby, for £2 16s., for use and occupation of a house. Defendant pleaded not   indebted. Plaintiff stated that he was the owner of the property, but had never received any rent from defendant who occupied the house. He had had to try an action in the Supreme Court to prove that he was the owner o...

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Garden Operations for the Month. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Garden Operations for the Month. AUGUST. This and the »sxt ore tho two principal months' of the year as regards sowing seeds. FLOWER GAIEDKN-.-Continue trainingandtying up winter shoots. Sow lawn grass and liedg seeds ; loso 110 time in transplanting from tho; open ground; avoid planting while the soil is' vory wet. Tall'varieties of annuals in patches' will require a smnll stiel: stuck in ond ii tie round each patch. Stir the soil about all advancing crops of bulbs. Disbud and train pot plants, such as fuscliius, geraniums, and roses. . i Plant .out layers and rooted. euttingB of; such budding plants as petunias, pinks, pansies, &c. Stir the soil about the azaleas,: camillias, those having flower buds, and apply,a littlediquid manure oc casionally.. ?' ' ;il : ? KITCII IX GAMEX-The chief objects' foP the month should be sowing; transplanting, forcing and. bleaching j eitlior of which will ciiuso much loss if deferred for any length of time ; attend to top-dressing, «ut grap...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

.S.CRAPS. . AN ANSWER.-The Rev. Dr. Mnson stopped to vend a theatrical placard, which attracted his at tention. Cooper, the tragedian, coming along, said to him, " Good morning, sir-do ministers of the?Goapel read such things ?" " Why not. sir ?" said the -doctor.-; " ministers of the gospel have a right to Tmow liiiat the devil is about, <is 'well as other folks." MATTHEWS, the actor, being asked what ho was going to do with his son (the young man's profes sion was to bo that of an architect) " Why," an swered tho comedian, "he is going to draw houses Mite his fathendoes." Some one, on reading a placard of the opera in which Madame J)orus Gras was to sing tho char acter allotted Iw Miss Hayes, said ho wondered how the substitution of grass for hays would bo .relished in the stalls. REMAHKABLE DEEAM.-Griuraltti, sen., "hod once a dream, which made -such an impression on his mind that nothing could 081150 it, and ho used to relate it thus :-That tho devil one night ap pear...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Melbourne and Eobson's Bay Railway, M TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOE MELBOURNE. 7.40, .8.0* 8.20*, 8.40*, 9.0», 9.20*, 9.40*, 10.(5', 10.15; 10.45,11.15*, 11.45 n.m. 12.15* 12.45, I.15, 1.45*, 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15V 3.45, 4.0, *20' 4.40, 5.0* 5.20, 5.40, 6.0, 6.15, 0.45;.7.15*. 1A 8.15,8.45,9.45,10.45 p.m. ... 'bMEKAI® HIED JOB ' JCEniOURKE. 7.45,'8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20, «U5, 10.5, 103ft 10.50,11.20,11.50 a.m. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.50, 2.20,2.50,3.20,3.50, 4.5, 4.25, 4.45, 6.5,-635, 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 0^0, il0.50p.iu." MELBOUBKE TOE EMERALD HlXiIu 8.0», 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.40*, 10.0,10.30, 11A II.80,12.0 a.m. 12.30, 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0, 3.30; 4.0*, 4.20*, 4.40*, 5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40*, 6.0, 6.15*, 6.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.30*, 10.30*. 11.40* p.m. . : , . EMERALD HILL POB ST. KILDA. 8A, 8.21, 8.44,- 9.4,' 9.&1, 9.41,. 10.4,' 10.34, 11.4, ,H.34.ft.m.; 12.4,12.34,1.4,-1.34, 2.4; 2.34, 3.4 3.34, 4;4, 4.24,, 4.44, 5.4, 5.2-1,. 5.44, .0.4,1 ftW. ...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Local Intolligonco. THR RAILWAY £5000.-It is very pleasant . find that our representative) men, whether . Parliament or in the Municipal Chamber, fail to attend1 to our interests', and do nil that;'; can for tlie welfare of tlio borough. Inst ^ Mr. Whilcman gave the following notice op tion for hearing on TuesdayThat., j,V opinion of this House, the sum of £5000 tho Melbourne and: Ilobson's Bay Rail war (v' pany to the Government, under the proviiiov thoir Amended Act, togcllior with compouci tercst, computed yearly,, should be at once im& in Government securities, as, provided by. Act.. On Thursday last, tho T3th inst., Mr. . man, M.L.A., introduced a deputation from; Emerald Hill Borough Council, to the IJon.Ci Jones, Commissioner of Public Works, fo purpose of requesting that a sum might be pi upon tho estimates for the construction t wharf and crane on tho south bank of the li near. tho end of Clarondon-street. Tho mec of tho.deputation pointed out that goods bro; up tho...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Poetry. A SAIL ON THE YARRA, BY MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

? Original'Pootry. JL SAIL-OK -THE YAftRA, BY MOON L1GHT. This night, the moon is at tlio full, Dissolving cloud, distilling dew;; 'His night, our little skiff wo pull Against the stream-ouroars are two. Through mazy reaches let us glide, By rooky scar and greenwood tree ; <We stem by night the llowing tide, Exultant hour, with spirits free. ' To-night, the wintry wind is still, Or gently steiils amongithe-'boughs j "With fitful sigh, and-breath so chill, A-flowery scout commin^l'd blows. 'Mimosa flowers that hnil tbo spring, And with sweet odours scent the air, 'What memories from the past ye bring Of 'Hawthorn bloom, so freSli and fair. The.willow we^ps with leafless bough, But soon will verflant shade the stream JJeep Yarni's cool and ceaseless flow, In sunligilt's glare, or moonlight's gleam. :Dcep silence&olds her nightly sway, By craggy ridge and shadowy bend, .'Save when somo 'wilder'd birds astray, With startled twitter, homeward wend. "The meon looks down...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Courts SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 13, 1868. (Before Mr. C. Mollison P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Folico Courts: SANHRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 13, 1868. (Before Mr. C. Molliaom E.M.)i Debt Case.-Joseph Onoron, a seaman belong ing to the ship Sea Nymph, sued the captain of the veBBel' (Mr. Edward Walker), for wages amount ing to £26. The defeneo was that plaintiff had signed a paper, freeing the captain from all claims. His worship, .therefore, dismissed the case, with £5 5s. costs. i Mr. M. G. Byrne appeared for de fendant. Licenses Transferred.-The following licenses were transferred:-Tho United States Hotol,. from James- Fisher to W. H. Sawbridge j tho Snudridgo Inn, .from Vf. H. Sawbridge to Patrick 'Mhnax ; tho Army and Navy Hotel, from Jamos Power to Mr. Haycroft. Tho application of Jas. Michie for a license, for a house in Railway Place, was granted.

Publication Title: Record
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Correspondence To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

G^ccsstendojSbwi 51/ Iho JftlilwQf The Record. Snt,-1 alioultbfi'ul obli^'xl if you would n'!ow: 'me to make a U'W remarks in your iipoTi ti ' custom which; 1 regret to Niy,. is too common: upon Emerald Jiill-viz., Sunday Trading. Out going down one street, l:ut. Sunday morning, four" sIiops.-M-ere -partly open for trade-one, a buldiev ,T have-secn u few limes servo customers, and t. 'bfilicvc it is a regular custom now to open for aiv. hour or two. May I ask, Sir; docs the law allow this ? If not, I would suggest tin's as an item for : tlie lSmerald inirCouncil to take into considera tion, aud rcforjiij amongst other beneficial acts-i they li'nTO' passed of late. Surely tlieso Sabbatln breakers never profess Christianity ; if so, do they* remomben the-first injunction of the fourth com mandment, or do they forget hiow tlio Israelites were- p.unished for tho Bin" of idolatry ? And; what, indeed,, is tho difference between them?-' Tlie former- worshipped tho golden imago, wliile tlio...

Publication Title: Record
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Monday, August 17, 1868. (Before Messrs, C. Mollison, P.M., and T. Swallow, J.p.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 20 August 1868

Monday, August 17, 1868. (Before Messrs, C. Mollison,P.M., and T. Swallow. I j-p.) . , , Drunkenness.-Sarah' Brock, ,an/, incorrigible drunkard, was fined lOsi, >vith' tlio altorhative .of | three days' irapHsonmeiifc.-^Hitgli ,Byrne, charged ,witli being drunk and disorderly, but haying been temporarily''released on bail, did, not appear, and the bench adjourned. tlio1, case till'Thursday. Obscene * Language.-Mary Andrews,, who ap peared in Court with a child in her arms, cliargod with -makinguse-of.,,obscene, language, in;(the' .public street, on Saturday evening, was fined 5s.,: .or, in de.fault, ordered, twenty-four hours' impri sonment.. . , Insulting Behaviour.-George Washington, a; seaman belonging to the Kent, was charged with the above. offence. Constable'Berreii' stated that: .the prisoner was creating an awful disturbance, in Ithe streets, early on. Sunday morning, by bawling' out at the-.top. of Iris voice language theruvcrso of polite. He was fined 10s., with the alt...

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