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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

E.ocal Intelligence; would again remind our 'readers'1 Hint tlitf Sand compliment any c'oncorfc tioMr; T.' R. Dwiglit, mven by the various Friendly'Socictics-in ap preu il ion of the"' valuable, assistance lie lias ren dered it tin; various charitable cntcrtaiments lield on (11 Hill for .some years past, -'takes place on Ifondiy evening liext, ? when we 1 anticipate a cSnwlcd house, as the excellent programme pro jni id lor that occasion is alone -sufficient todraw a*'bumper." ' ' - ? . ' : Ve observe by an advertisement iii another column the local agency for the' National Iiisur aStr" Company hns/been' confered on Mr. >C. J. Duilmui, vice Mr. \V. "VVhyle resigned. ;.t i ., >~.VCITI".-Two mcii,. Lawrence Cherry, a (ijamli ldgc cabman, and Richard Hill, entorcd on i Hhc cb irge sheet as a Sandridgo publican, were chait, d with fighting at'Anderson's Creel; on "Tue-.cl iv last, and were fined 40s. each l'or the breach of the peace. It seems that the admirers n'M.lhc manly art o...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. EMERALD HILL WESLEYAN MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

.; rlCcrrospendonco. EMERALD HILL"~WJSSLEYA]ST MUTUAL ^'.IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. V l > ' ~~\T6 the EcUtor of 17ie Record. Sin,-It may not be generally known lo your numerous readers that the above Association having for its object the men tar and spiritual improvement of its members has pursued the cron tenor of its' way during the past sixteen months, affording, by means of lectures, essays, &c), a source of study and entertainment so essen tial to tlio pursuit and acquirement of knowledge, realised more fully by bringing mind into contact with mind j and thus, while we obtain a variety of "bpinions ou'iiny given subjcct, we are also assisted in forming a grand comprehension of the' .whole: It is.this variety , which has characterised ourimeetings hitherto, and undoubtedly will con tinue to exert a lively interest in ovr proceedings, which we liope, by means of your valuable paper, to'mate more public; at the same tim'o being entirely :unseetarian -in object,. we take t...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, November 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

EMEI?AH) HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday,November 30, 1863. : ^ Present: The Mayor (B...N.Sandilands, ICsq.)', aud Councillors Thistlqthwaitc, Stead, .Skeats, , Niinmo, Ward, Ireland, .and Whitomari.'' ..The, minutes of; last meeting were read 'and*' continued. , CORRESPONDENCE. ' I' Towu'Cierk read the following letters :- ! From Mr. Daniel.CoflejV of Biickhurst-strc'et; askiug that permission might he grantbd to tap the pipe in front of liis premises which goes to the abattoirs. From Mr. Sydney W. Smith, .borough, surveyor,,, stating that, in accordance with the wish of the Council, he had surveyed Cccihstreet, and re ported that a portion of it would havo to he cut down for the better drainago of the lands, plans of such bo submitted. It was decided that the plans should lie 011 the table. . ,., ., . From David Allardice, accepting the terms of the Council to give £'i for damage done to his land, in consequence 6f d draingoing through it. Froni Joseph Johnson, of St Yineent's-plaee,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, November 26, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

S.l^fDEIDGvK BOROUGH COUNCIL. . Thursday, Nqoember^^ 1868. Present,:./Hip Mayor, .md.Councillors, Curtis, Croekford, Horley, Johnson, acd'Thonias-'' Minutes of tbp last two meeting were read ami confirmed. ! : ' ': Cohbesi'ondence/ ' - '? Amongst1 a;- number of others "tho".folloTring letters were read : . From the Sewerage, and Water;Supply .Office br thc'Public Wovks Department, in 'reply'to a letter from tli& Council, stating that 'when the new niaiu was laid down they would attend to the petition., listing for a. supply, of Yan Yeau water on west side of railway.' ' From the Melbourne Hospital, Victorian Asylum for the 131md, Immigrant's Aid Society, asking for donation". On the motion of Coun cillor Johnston; seconded by Councillor Croekford these communications be referred to'tho -Finance Committee. From Melbourne Post Office, in reply to a let ter from Council, stating that instructions'had-been forwarded to the Sandridgo Postmaster to keep the English mail open till ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

Miscellaneous. ^CLARENDON TIMBER YARD ... Steam Saw akd Moulding MILLS, : .clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, ?\ JiJtKllALl) HILL. I , c. SKEATS 31ns.on gale UuJclmg Materials of every descrip lion, uO very rcduced prices. Oregon and Baltic Deals, Billions, American 'Lumber, Slielving, ^Clenr Pine, '&n. . - ..t t All materials kept. under cover. .vi.Xh'o. cheapest'place .in'.the* colony for Steam rinudu Aroljul wires, Mouldings, Skirtings, &e., ,inndo to any size and pall ern. ,i | All kinds of Joiner's Work nmde to order. < ..?< An extensive assortment of Builders' and Jmiiv jiishing Ironmongery; Kcrosone, Chinese, and Colza Oil under 'Melbourne prices. MliS. POWER'S CLARENDON HOTEL, ' 1 ' | EMEHALD rrn/ij. JSSV. 'iriues,' Spirits, Ales, cj't'., of ike best hvunds, at lite lowest rates. Accommodation for rusiilcnts, willi or without board/ Large room to let for meetings. . Amusements. SHIP HOTEL F161212 COXCKliT HALL. BAY STREET, SANDRIDGE. ...

Publication Title: Record
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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

DOWN BY THE. SEA. CinusTMAS is coining oii Mr. Editor, and nothing' , is yet definitely dono' about a Regatta-true enough, one day last week having business in town I observed a little quartette, of likely, birds,'.one., being tho sporting Editor or Reporter of onc.pf [ the.Melbourne ofHces, and another,. Mr. Carrick,^' a gentleman who tool; ;i very prominent part iri' last years affair, and in the evenmgon board .the' ''True 'Briton-"-I mean on the conclusion of 1 the day's business-mado,.a speech, of ,'n .most''.' affecting character. The meeting , I.allude to . might liavenicant nothing,,or."it ruay havo bc'eii.'1 the iir.it step towards.' a movement in tlio right,' direction;' v",1,'"4 *° I want to know, you- know Mr. 'Editor, wbon>." the Railway Company propose-to utilise that finoio piece of property held by-thorn, and boing'inadei; no use -whatever of? I should also like to know; n when the beach botw'eeri- the two piers will* ibe i t something better than a mere-' tagaree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

HENRY FIELD having routed tlio ivholo of llio principal BILL-POSTING- placcs ou Emcrakl Hill, will bo glad to reeoivo any orders which inny bo intrusted to liini. Address-Next the Queen's Arms Hotel, Dcreas-street.

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

Births,.Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH.   HEWITT.-On the 2nd inst., at 61 Napier street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Charles Hewitt. 95 Swanston-street, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. AJOURNED MEETING. Friday, December 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. AJOURNED MEETING-. Friday, December <1, 18G8. Present: The Mayor (B. If. Sandilands, Esq.), and Councillors Stead, Skeats, Nimmo, Ward, Ireland, and Ray. The letter from the Public Works Department relative to the streets requiring water, and ask ing that a plan ol' tlio streets which are formed might be forwarded, with the length in chains, and valuation of the property in them, was refer red to the public works committee. The report of the legislative committee, which appeared in last weeks issue, was adopted. Clause 2 of the public works committee rela tive to the unhealthy condition of the unpitclied portion of the main eastern drain, and recom mending that a deputation be appointed to wait upon the Hon. Commissioner of Public Works with tho view of the drain being completed to the Yavra, was then taken into consideration. After considerable discussion, the Mayor and the members of tho public works committee were ap pointed to wait upon M...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 5, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

EMERALD IIILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 5, 1868. The cases disposed of at this Court, on Satur day, were unimportant and devoid of interest. Wednesday, December, 9, 1868. (Before Messrs. J?inlay, Nimmo, Martin and Gardner.) Dran keimess.-Thomas Leonard was fined 2s. 6d. with the alternative of six hours' imprisonment for this offence. ATo Light.-Robert Stevenson, for neglecting to place a light on an obstruction in the street, was fined 1b., with 2s. Gd. costs. Cause List.-Joliu Doonan and Augustus Ard ler, board and lodging, £2 183. 9d.; verdict for amount and costs.-W. B. Tait v. \V. Laing, use occupation, £6 3s.; verdict for amount and costs. --Hudson v. Canham, board and lodging, £4, 4s.; verdict for amount an d 10s.

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

ROUND AND ABOUT THE IilLL. THE Police Court is by no means a bail place in. which to study life, not, perhaps, so much so from behind the bar among the unwashed, as from the Bench. Since my last little ciTusion, I took an. opportunity of seeing life in its worst phase, by a visit to the Police Court. I was not disappointed: there were two new men, Mr. II. Or. Byrne aud Mr. M'Kcan. Now, Mr. Editor, I believe in the adage that "all must live," but the locality is another question. Being neither a magistrate (and not being an Irishnmu nor a Scotchman, I don't stand much chance of being elevated to the cuslos rotuloroni), nor a professional practitioner, it matters little to me who conduct the cases and misconduct themselves in tho police courts ; but as a citizen, with his name on the burgess roll, I ob ject to cither of those glorious hibernians making their home South of tho Yarra, not but, as private individuals, they may be genial, particularly the first mentioned, and pleasant eno...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

J) ISCU A KG ED. J' SojMjj sliort time sin 6e one'Bicluird AVil .soii, a cabman,,jvas charged with an as sault oi% amosfc-aggmvated character upon a young female, a passenger by : the cab lie was driving, .7 j\re «se,, tho-. term ug-: gravated' not merely in its legal, seusoin reference to th epremedi tation, viol ence aiul persistence of tho 'it tempt, but in connec tion, with the fact, that ho should havo been : the protector oi liib p«i»60iigei,-r. rather tlian the abuser. Alter a remand or two, a witness connected in business with the accused came up, and 'garo.such evidence "as established an alibi, unless AVilson could have been m two places at ouce, and the girls evidence being unsup ported, tho-worthy magistrates gave Mr. Wilson the benefit of the doubt and dis missed .thexharge. Can any one doubt I that the:girl,>though her evidence; unfor I tunately.lor.hcr-and fortunately for the cabman, be he wheghe may, is uncorrobo rated, wasso assaulted as she described? Does nuv o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

ryfv j,::.: . : Miscellaneous. HENRY FIELD liaving rented fclic" wliolc. of 1 tlie principal BILL-POSTING- plnccs on Emerald Hill, will be glad to receive' any orders wliicli may be intrusted to him. Address-Next the Queen's Arms Hotel, Dcrcns-strcct. CLARENDON TIMBER TARS . STEAM SAW and MOULDING MILLS, Clarendon Street and Clarendon Place, rannuLD HILL. C. SKEATS Has on Bale Building Materials of every descrip tion, stt very reduced prices. Oregon and Baltic Deals, '.Battens, American Lumber, Shelving, Clear Pine, &c. ; All materials kept under cover.' - The cheapest place in the colour For Steam made ' Architraves, " Mouldings, Skirtings, &c., made to any size and pattern. ' . All kinds of Joiner's Work made to order. An extensive assortment of .Builders', and -Fur nishing IronmongeryKerosene, Chinese, and Colza Oil under Melbourne prices. Abstract of RECEIPTS and EXPENDI TURE; &c., of tlip Managers of the Emerald Hill Town Common, for year ending 30th Jui...

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BATHVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

BATIIYILLE. EMERALD Hill should naturally, and could by a little ' course of induction' be made the popular bathing place lor Melbourne and its northern suburbs; llie advantage to the Emerald Hill property .owner, by giving the sea frontage this position, must be patent to all: and '-will need nt advocacy from us. But we must poino out that a condition' precedent'.to such success, is that the necessary accommo dation to visitors should be provided, and it is, with pleasure we find that this view is shared by! oiir ' Borough representa tives. The present arrangements it must be confessed are by no means Sybaritic and are not calculated ,to : render the locality very popular.. The ,platform for the use of gentlemen; is cheap enough wo arc ready to. admit,, but carries, with it the usual accompaniment of choapness it is nasty as wc!l.: The ladies'- baths wb (inly know by repute-and without say ing anythjjig derogatory of the prosent custodian,.who makes |;I)p most she can for the 'acco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

.i!" .-..Borouffli-'of.-Bmeraia-BUl.-.». ...» rpiTJC following Eye-laws wore adopted.by.,the't . X Borough Council, ofiEmcrakp'Hiil.ijat^an' ordinary .jpepting thereof; TiclcT. ,011 .Monday, ,tlio 3.0 th day(, of; November;, 18.68, now; ^jublislied, in, terms of the piwisibus.ot'ilw/Mumpi^^bprpor?',, ation's Act, 186d- ..s "}.r p/ Bi'ii-TAW- No;-- 43.-A Bye-law TO ? amkkd «Bra JL.W jStO.' 35, JIKLNG- A'BYHtLAW TOlJSSTABLIBlP A 1'OI.X. ox TJIE^YaKIIA JjAIfK KOAH. WHftRlsAS it .)S/.oxpcdiciit ,l-o. ,altor",and .amend, the scalp lO.f/l'oUs liitli'ort6,. joVicd at thp.YarraBauk-roiut. Tollgate,, as cqiitaincdjhn 'a.bchedulo annexed to Bye-law No.-35 of thej Borough Council ol Einorald Hill. .Be it therefore ordered,; and directed by. the.'said..'.Council,',iKaii', from anil Rafter, the,first day of January,'I860;, tliii",. tolls spccifiejl ; in the ,Schedule hereto ,'aunbxbd! shall ;be the.tolls, payable to th'c' said. Couucil.Jiii'j respect,pf any animal or vehicle passing'tlirouglij1 ...

Publication Title: Record
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

local Intelligence. . .Dcn'li lms jimido-a gapriu-tho ranks of (lie IRmcrald Hill Artillerv. ami has stricken down Gunner Charles Johnson, one of the olrlnsl, ami most;'enthusiastic of 'Victorian citizen soldiery. Ho,had, 'diu-ihg his" connection. \vifli M;lie eoi-p's, distinguished litiasclf in 'fcli'e. iisc' ol'1ns'\reiipoii in many of the company ai\d; intercolonial matches in which the Emerald Hill Artillery hns been engaged. Apart from his ? military efficiency, lie wns highly.cstccmcd by hisiconiradcs and a large circle of private friends for. his genial and kindly manners: The usual militaryhonors were paill to his remains, and tlicrowas a.largo muster of the local corps aiid numerous other volunteer from other companies'to pay their last tribute of respect, and the whole sad coremony was per formed in a maimer highly creditable 'o the corps, it being one of the most imposing funeral* that has . over:'taken place-oil: the Hill. Tlir remains were carried . into .St., Imko's Ch...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, November 30, 1868. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Swallow and Thomas J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

SAOTKIDGE POLICE COURT. Moiulat/, November 30, 18G8. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Swal low and Thomas J.P.'a) Ship Cases.-J . II. Bird, a respectable-looking imin, third mate of the British ship" Britowart," was charged with disobeying the commands of the master, and deserting the ship. The captain stated that the prisoner had been placed under his charge on the ship by his uncle, who resides iu England. Since they had been iu this port, the prisoner had absented himself several times with out leave. He had at various times received money from him (the captain) sinco they arrived, amounting in all to £40. Ono morning his cabin was examined, and it was ascertained that he had taken all his clothes a .ray with him, and a letter was found directed to.the captain, giving his rea sons for leaving the ship. I.'lic prisoner had asked the captain to allow him to remain iu the colony, but, in consequence of his having fallen into bad company, that gentleman had declined to grant t...

Publication Title: Record
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EMERALD HILL MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

EMERALD HILL. MECHANICS' TNSTI .TUTIC. 'I'm: members of the above 'valuable institution held their.eleventh anVmul meeting, in :th4leetiiro liiill, on--Tuesday evening last. Mr Cliivors,; the, vice-president, took the ehair, uud stnted tliiit tlie president was unavoidablyabsent" ill consequence of illness in liis family.. 11'ho secretary (the Rev. William Potter),.raul..the niinutes of the last meeting, ivhieli, wbro X'Onfiriii'ed,' and then ..read tllO following'l'CJlOl't :-rr . ",'ln presenting tlie, members of,. Uio., Kinorald HillMechanics'; Institute with the eleventh Am nual Report, the Ooilimittee'of.iraiiagcnient'havo the honour to state"that'theft:'operations during the past year have been attended with complete success. Instead pf reifereriitiiig (he regret of past years as to, ' the' comparatively small number ofpersans availing; themselves of the .privileges of niembership,' . yoniv; Committee have' pleasure; in rd'pOrting'tliat rioi'ewer than' two liunth-'cd'per-' sons...

Publication Title: Record
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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

Melbourne and HoTjson's Bay Railw»!.;l TIME TABLE. ST. K1LDA i'Oll MELUOUllNT. 7.40, 8.0*, 8.20*, 8.-10# 9.0* 9.20*, 9.10', lO.OS 10.15,10.45, 11.15*, 11.45 u.ui. 12.15*, 12.43, 1.15,'1.45*-, 2.15* ' 2/15, 3.15* 3.45, -1.0, 4.8 4.40, 5.0*V5.20, 5.40, 6.0, G.15, G.40, 7.15*, 7.6 8.15, 8.45, 9.45,10;45 p.m. ; ' L'.UEliAKD H1LE FOR ! MEMOtntNi'. 7.45, 8.5, 8 25, 8.45, 9.5, 9 20, 9.45, 10.5, . llMH 10.50,11.20, 11.50 n.ni., 12.20,12.50, 1.20,1.5ft 2.20, 2.50, 3.20,3.50, 4,5, 4.25, 4.45, 5.5,5.55, 5.45, 6.5,G.20, 5.50,;7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, U 10.50 11.111, JLELBOOllXEr I'oil* BMBRALl) iilLI/. 8.0*, 8.20, S.'JO, 9.0, 9.20, 9746*, 10.0,10.30,114 I 11.30, 12.0 ii.iii. 12.30, 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0, 3.30, '1.0*, <1.20*, '4.40#, > 5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40*, M 6.15ft, 0.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.30*, 10.30', 11.40* p.m. SV. Kivai 8,4, 8.24, 8.41,9.4, O.ii, 9.il, ,10.4, 10.34, 1U 11.31 aT. 12.4,' 12.34,:1.4, 1,34, 2.4, 2.34,3.1 3.34, 4.4;'4.24,' 4,14, 5.4, :5.24, 3.41, 6.1, C I"...

Publication Title: Record
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Garden Operations for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 December 1868

Garden Osorations for. tho Month. vlX.it.be desired to ....protect 'tho .iVuib of straw berries from slugs, or from.being .soiled by heavy nuus,picccs of tkin paper amy bo twisted rouud t-bo ytlil. !.. v'KiTCin3N*'"G-iEDEN:-Wafcli"narrowly-advan cing crops; keeping*tKo5grpiuid' loose and. frca ? roin.greeds.,;.Melons,. cxicumbers, f and marrows, liyill need constant attention,; ?cbVering'up.'dunng cold,niglits, and,very heavy,rniii,and sove're .winds, iand; guarding, against ilug8,,aiid red'. Bpider';. son 'again inopen.groiind., To'matbos .may beplantcd out, and fresh sowings inside,' ijotli of tins useful l'ruit; and;chUlics: t Sow largely; frcneli-beans,/peas^ turnips, IcidrieybearisJ celery, lettuce} and "toma toes ; ulso,:'it few'scarlet runners,cabbage, and briisSelr sprouts. -"'Tlfe beds of' rhubarb'that have been forced should now bo cleaned off.

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