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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1872. (Before Messrs. Sturt and Nimmo, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
"Wednesdat,-August 21, 1S72. (Before Messrs. Stui'fc.and Niuimo, J.P.'s.) Debt Cases.—Margaret jVIack v. Kate Sooltock, wages, £o 16s.; postponed till Saturday. ■'Wm. Currie v. Thos. ."Webber,, use and' occupation, £1 5s. 6d. ; amount ■warded-, with'5 s. costs. R. AV. G-illespie v. Patrick Gluen, care .and feeding, £S 6s.. 6d. .;: verdict, with, 2s. 6d. costs. R. "White v. Robert Comyns, special, £113s;p to be. paid-in three months, with 7s. 6d. costs, or fourteen • days' imprisonment.. Allen Leitch v. Charles Ponsford, goods, £4 8s.; no appearance. John R. Buxton, rv. Robert' G.' Miller; iise and occupation, £G' 25s.'j order for the amount, with 2s. Gd. costs;; John R. Buxton V. Theodore Bat tye, .'.special, £3 7s. lid.; summons en larged.,
MEETING OF SANDRIDGE RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
• -r: MEEHKG- OF SANDKIDGE .RATEPAYERS. 'A meeting of a most unusual -'nature,' partaking somewhat • of the indignation character, "was' hold on Monday evening, at the Town HaU," for. the ostensible pur pose of . .considering the advisability of calling on the present members of the Bbrbugti Council to resign. Mr. G-resliain. was in tlie chair, and having introduced the business, Mr. Radford moved:—"That in the opinion of this meeting , it is de sirable that the Saiidridge Borough Coun cillors now resign their position, such Councillors to be eligible for re-election." Referring to the proceedings of the first meeting of the newly-elected Council, he stated that the animus exhibited towards the newly-elected members, and their ex clusion from the committees, had caused much dissatisfaction amongst the rate payers, and Iieuce the present movement. He did not wish to say all the Council were alike, but he-saw no way of singling out individuals ; but he thought that the best way would ...
The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1872. POSTAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
£|e Itletotir. EMERALD HILL : ~ ^..IKXinSDAY, AUGUST -22, 1872. - ' 'postal matters. Sometime since a.liberal, practically minded "Ministry saw their way to a reduction in the charges on telegraphic messages, and we believe that the re venue has not shown any falling off, but'on'-the contrary is improving, more than the mere general increase of popu lationwould lead one to expect; this, we take it, shows that the people are beginning.to "get used to the wires," and to understand and profit by the accommodation offered thereby. There is a matter somewhat germane to the above to which a similar argument will apply, and in which we believe an ex. periment would be similarly successful —we aJlude to the reduction of postage on city and suburban letters to one penny per letter under the half ounce._ It must be borne in mind, that this would entail no additional expense to the department, and we feel satisfied that the present correspondence would be soon doubled, and although that would ...
MEMORIAL FROM CLARENDON-STREET SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
Memoriaii-fiiom glia*hbjtd02t-street .--. South. - i "Witliregard'to tlie memo'mlTrom Claren !don-street south, reply was ordered to be sent to'tlie memorialists: th^frthe "repairs of the footpaths were iii progress, that the ;compl&li6n-oi the" street, a work ; under the Loan, would -be - undertaken in due order, and the ,Surveyor was instructed to prepare the necessary specification for these works, if possible by next meetings; : «">•.— FexcStg Tote. '""'j : It; was: resolved on the -motion of Cr.v! Page (the Standing Orders having ' been suspended) to make, application. to 'the Crown Lands department tor a share of. the vote passed for the fencing in and-im provement'of public gardens. • :. .. :.; ; Notices or. Motion. > :rBy thc'jlayor That a reduction be' made in; the scale of tolls leviable at' the Th'ree-chain-rbad gate:'by lessening'tlie same as 'follows;:—For er'er'v Wo-wheeled vohicle, 2d.; for every four wheeled vehicle, 4d'.,: if drawn by one horse ;'or ot...
THE NEW TOWN AND BOROUGH COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
THE NEW-' TOWN - "iENDc • BOROUGH1 (.GUN OILS, We regretto^find--that .the' ne.w.-L'pun?: cils have criot ■ met": on* their re assem bling'in "that" spint of we "could have wished, and some very unseemly .bickerings and " naggings" have taken^.placej.which-neither go;;to maintain the dignity'6f the institutions,. nor' tbiTnspire^cphfideuce and respect on the part'o^. thfe^burgess^s-; In Sandridge^the general tone of the: discussion was' decidedly 'lowV:; pe/sonV ■ ^lities ' and' imputing" of''nidtives "were; bandied about* in'iitier'disregard of the s standing? orders ■■and1" the amenities of; gentlemen, in fact directjmmorality in! 'connection''" .with the"-1?conciliar office was flatlyi.charged by some members! against .others, aud ^the imeeting.. may ! -be m6st„h6nestly./designated. as " dis-i orderlyj ■Wheii-.wiil;ithis kind of thing end ?| If; continued-.in, xhe ^res tige. of;i local j Government ^vilL.-berlost.' -iNo -mancofi character-or "-'social:"standing',Tvill.!.sul>-j...
Emerald Hill Town Council. MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
j.CEwcvalti ^olutr^ouncCIr Mondat, . August-. 5, -1872rc |;PreseiitHis IWorsfiSp" the Mayor' (Dr. |; '' Sturt),' 'Crsl''Wmimo, Eoy;r Page^ -arid 1, WMtemau., . . r . - j An apology "'from; CtviDaiiks on account /Was.receivediand accepted.,.;. I : " "^EsEfcrioS.'' i -Thb-'^Mixjor- read therJRep6'rfc of:T6w£ .Council Juection wliicli was ordered to be engrossed on ;the minutes. . , \ . ISTewt' CouKcmoEs. :' • vJbe -Declarations by the newly-elected; .Councillors.^ Messrs. W. Thistlethwaite, R. J. Mills, and John Philipsoh, were duly made, and tliose. gentlemen tobk tlieir seal '• '• ! CThe:inmites of the - previous meeting were read and confirmed. I aV^r-.- -COEBESPOMJENOE. ' Sllie-Town' Clerk',read tlie ; following: correspondence':—" A -letter was. ipad.Jfroin' tlie Crpwn Lands "Officej intimating that Mr.; John Kirker's application for. site for a Steam Saw ^ "Mill had been declined -in con sequence of the Council's objection. -. ■Prom the International Exhibition Com missioner,, f...
THE CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
• : : T.HE ' CiVlL SERVI CE:^:=.> ■ The' civil • service of Victoria is'i;:we i believe: as well paid/;aiiii'^generally enjoys .as much privnegej.^that of any other country—none; excepted— and .perhaps ,it-is equally fair to say., that as a whole-,they^areias efficient'as any other^numbe.r'of gentlemen simi larly engaged in other communities; bat it is a remarkable fact,.that a large number of these officers consider if a hardship that they should! hot be allowed to take-active part -in.political movement's,-^.and: compete in' business for positions of emolument,fdirect or indirect, as^otamitteemen; -/auditors; actuaries, &c.', to the prejudice of those persons who are not so happily situated as to be able to draw on the Treasury once^-a- month, .01- even hypothecate th eir Jsdarytfo r ) their' accomniodation. These gentlemen are loud in tfieir wail -at^being.. compelled, as. they say, \c_to_ abrogate their citizen rights," but we fail to see any injustice as toward them ...
Emerald Hill Police Court. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1872. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Iffla and Finlay, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
GBnwraltf $jtll $oltcc GEourfc ■ Satttebat, August 17, 1S72. ;• j (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Iffla and linlaT, J.P.'s.V Assault.—¥m. Faram and Geo. Faram were summoned by Henry Hallam and James Bayliss for an unlawful assault; both eases were dismissed. Jane Peach man summoned Mary McMahon for a similar' offence, but the case was post poned till Saturday next. Detaining a Bird.—John Charles Wimc^ was summoned by Isabella Dwight for illegal detention of a cockatoo, valued at 203.,;-.witlirawn. Debt Cases.—S. G-. Isaacs v. Kate Scol toclr, use and occupation, £5_los.; ver dict. with 5s. costs. Margaret Mack v. Kate Scoltock, wages, £4 16s.; dismissed.
Original Poetry. WISDOM, STRENGTH AND BEATUY [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
©ti'gtuar i3octvj>. WISDOM, STRENGTH AIS'D.IiE AUTi". y Wisdom lias this worlcTcreated— Called it from, its hidden source ; ' Governed since, and regulated- .zj . All thmgs. in their proper course. Out of chaos order founded,., ' r Mind and matter1 rulfed'and taught; Eenlms and sphere's—unknown, unbounded Has to their completion brought. Strength is wisdom's great achiever! ' Strength from wisdom learns its power;. ' Nourished by this' fast' conceirer, 'lis a most expressive dower. Strength, less wisdom's eye to guide iti ... Is a pris'ner bound.and tied j But with wisdom'R force beside it, : , i Is resistless as the tide. : Beauty is that sweet perfection " "Wisdom in its works displays ; - ' Varying its choice selection— . Happy those its hand arrays.' ■— Beauty charms—surrounds with pleasures; Mating all look bright and fair; But reserves its greatest treasures ' '' ' '; For endearing woman's share. 18th August, 1872. A horrible murder was perpetrated in Punch's laneo on .Mond...
Sandridge Borough Council. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
ISovougt) Council. .Tiiuksdat, "August 15, 1872. Present.—Tlie "Major (E. Joyce,-Esq.j) • ;.0rs.'Curtis, .Carrick, May, "Weatlier [ !: stoii, and Pooiniau.' A [■ ; " : VTlie nevrly^eleeied candidates; Crs.- Ilea !and Swallow,'sighed the'usualdeclaration ;and tobif"'their seats at'the Council table. : Thef inmute3 .of the previous meeting were, read and-confirmed. . _ j .Goshespoxdekce:;.! ;; The Town- Clerk-• read' -the following correspondence:—: «;rProm. Town.. Clerk, ..Emerald. TTill^ in reterence^to jtlie rproposed^reguidtiori s for tHe manageiiedt'^df -tlie. Manure.iDepot, gating ;'fhat tlie> Council were willingito Qarryf but;, jtlie^ sameliircoiij^ctioii^tk tlie Saudi'idge' Councils iiiitil the' end; of the year-asc au-experiineht. . The,Mayor moved^that^thfe, letter: be -referred- to^the Public '■Works'Committee -witli power to appoint somg;person to manage the same. Or. Swallow oBjecteH to tlie ' Committee making.'auy-; appointment, but that the report-15e brought before...
A SUGGESTION. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
A SUGGESTION, To the Editor of the .Record. Sib,—Seeing that the. Government will not father the Railway Company's little bill, and an unmistakable intimation has : been given of an intention on the part of the State to purchase the company's lines, a-meeting of the local bodies interested ^should at once .be ;called, for the purpose of making some demonstration to induce the Government to take a step which . would be productive of so much good, "andrput'ah"end*fo' rvselfisli monoply, un . der which we have groaned for- years past. ; Please urge .the. matter, and oblige yours obediently, i • A neablt ttteyir.tea.hs'.Eesident.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
j To* J, of Emerald EiU. v SPECIAL OEDEE. I f-ByE-L.V\V7No."'4S. r; :' To Pkevext the Daxgees axd Nuisaxceb AEISUX& MOM THEvJLAXli>'G OF THE! GA3TEB C.U.T.ED A~SD KXOWS^"AS'« FOOTBAlli-jAXi}' CniCKET IX THE PUBLIC STREETS OF ~ THE l'owx op Esiebaed Hill. (Passed on Monday, the 5tli August, 1S72.) IT is hereby notified that the Couneilwill pro ceed by Special Order at the ordinary meet ing to be held on Monday, 2nd September next, io'cbnfiirm^tlfe^raolutiou-paSsed^on5th"t^iiga6t" passing tho-eaid Bye-Law.^.-;.., ' "•= 'By order,f-" . --■ _ii :. Town Clerk. —Emerald-Hill, —- - . 23rd-July,-1S72.- "fV^T Tovm of-E»crald_Hill. . K A 'frr-rrr' ]V .Ci SPECIAL -OEDEE, Weighbridge' Toll's ;axd: -Does;: IT IS HEEEB Y-'NOTii! iJsD'in "terras of the provisions of the Boroughs Statute that-tlie: Council did, on-Monday^ ]9th August" instant, confii'm the resolution passed on Monday, the y, Uiing-tin, wniOWing^scdWlof .tuViw aud dubs'for the use'bf the Market Weighbridge; ■viz. :—: For ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
Tail ors, Drapers, &c. Cheapest Drapery House in t2ao Colony. JV SHAW, 76a CLARENDON STREET, (Next Hit or Miss Hotel) . ^ Informs iris numerous customers aud the public generally, that be is offering liis Large Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY At Prices which will be found to be.Lower tlian j . any other House in the Trade. J. S. would call », -» '■ '■ special attention to his Large Stock-of . ; ' "-"".Vfc3950 Wortti, Consisting .of Blankets, '^Counterpanes, Flannels, all-wool Plaids, Crimean Shirtings, Tweeds, Wiucies, French Merinos, and every description, of Woollen aud Cotton Goods, purehased.in this market before the great advance on wool, and will be sold at a very small advauce on cost. . A large assortment of Hosiery: and Woollen Pants at very lowprices. ; ...... , ; . . Branch .Establishment■: v .... Corner Bay and Raglan Streets, • siyrmDCE. IMPORTANT NOTICE! Mbs. FLETCHER Begs most respectfully to inform her many Iriends and the public of Emerald Hill that she " . has Ope...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 22 August 1872
Births,Marriages,andDoatbs. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted fkek of charge, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.] BIRTHS. &nbsp; BLAIR.—On the 18th inst., at Emerald Hill, the wife of William Nathan Blair, ironmonger, of a son. Both well. FULLARTON.—On the 16th inst., at Emerald Hill, Mrs. R. Fullarton of a son. WILSON.—On the 18th inst., at Sandal house, &nbsp; Emerald Hill, the wife of G. A. Wilson of a daughter. WILSON.—On the 8th inst., at Tullamarine, the wife of Mr. John Wilson, of Emerald Hill, of a daughter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872
Miscellaneous.' ' '~ j IV1CFARLANE & SON,1" ! Watchmakers, Jewellers & Opticians; 165 Elizabeth Street, r MELUOURKE^ ' " i B5T Colonial Jewellery made to Order! ' PEBBLE AXD Ol HER SPECTACLES. &lt;. i • ' ~ ~~~" ~~7T f I Medical. , Carei.} " . . i EDWARD MINERS,! Duly Qualified ifedieal Practitioner, .. ; (From PERU), .. '"j;~J;: And Legally Registered by ihe ilcdical Boardof.rVictoria Jlereby notifies to the public that-Ue lias commenced the practice of his profession. - i DR.* MYEHS has for a number of years, -both 'in .North* and South America, made the diseases of ^malignant type/ such as '■ •• •'- ••' ; : CANCER (without operation) GLANDULAR SWELLINGS ; ULCERS, SCROFULA.! ..^r ~ GOUT, RHEUMATIS2I, * And other affcctions arising from ■ ;; : i I3IPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. , I A specialty,. His> unqualified success fully justifies htm ! in asserting-with confidence that he can relieve i and cure the most desperate cases, evidences of/which' may be seen \ bv...
Extracts and Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872
Extracts antf Scraps. ...... "Why . is . Thiers like an umbrella ? Aiis.—Because .lie keopB Napoleon from the reign/- ' '• ■' ,J i if ,ri-0" iopk here, .Tboy," said a nervous old gentleman to aii ureliin,' Nvhb was^uncli iug sugar-candy at a'lecture, "you are .annoyingme very much." ."2fp,,1 ain't," replied the urchin, ' I'm a-gnawing tins sugar-candy." A lady who was frequently annoyed by the loquacity of her servants, being asked why- she didn't try-dumb waiters, replied, "I have tried them, but they don't ansicei\" Who don't bet is as bad as the man that does, or, at least, ho is no letter. A good tonic for debilitated young ladies—iron. A better tonic—ironing. Shakespeare -would "never have asked, " What's in ah aim if he had been hit on the head with a brick.
TAKING THE VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872
TAKING THE VEIL. The ceremonial;- devotion of a young female to the profession of religion and works of charity for life is always an incident of much interest, and the one to which this notice refers was no exception. Miss Mary O'Keefe, daughter of Mr. Edward O'Keefe, of Adelaide Yale, Cam paspe, Sandhurst, having commenced her of the^Good Shepherd at Abbotsford, the clothing and profession of the convent noviciate, a few days since ac cepted the ceremonial being performed with theu tmost grandeur and solemnity that such an event could be invested with, and it therefore deserves some thing more than mere passing notice. The day was delightfully fine, and the fine grounds of the convent looked beautifully quiet and orderly, accom panied by that calm repose and tranquility which no doubt forms the charm to those devotees, wlio here retire and shut them selves , out. from the frivolities, turmoils, and disappointments of the outer world. A number of private friends of the lady about t...
Sandridge Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1872, (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Dr. Plummer, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872
i SSauiJiifcg?^ ^ioltcc! Couit. . , MokDix^ Auctjst. 2G, .IS 72/' i (Before M17-G.—Mollisou, P.M.,. • and ''.^^.Pluiiiuier, J.P.) ' ; : i-. Insulting Rehaviour.~Jjou.B~ G;': Sham berch, foi; insulting behaviour in a :public place, was fined 5s., or twenty-four hours imprisonment. Henry Mason and John Wilson were charged with fighting in the public streets on Saturday night; fined 10s. each, or three days imprisonment Debt Cases.—Robert Wheeler v. Thos. McHeckney, use and occupation, £3 14s.; no appearance of complainant. Gr. W. Eobbins v. David Plumer Crooke, use and occupation, £4 10s. 6d.; xerdict for the amount with 2s. 6d. costs. George Lock v. Gr. T. Brewster, money lent, £2 10s.; verdict .with 5s. costs, to be paid by end of September; Maintenance.—-William Osborne was summoned by his wife Sarah Osborne, for leaving , her without means of support. The Bench sentenced the defendant to forty-eight hours imprisonment for con tempt of court, he being somewhat intox icated, and pos...