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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS AND DEATHS. District. Deputy Registrar Births. Deaths Melbourne (South) E.Prendergast 11 16 Melbourne (North) G-.E. Nagle... 46 17 Melbourne (West) J. Warman ... 4 5 Emerald Hill A. Plummer 17 3 Sandridge A. Plummer 12 3

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. LIKE THE AUTUMN LEAVES WE FALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

ORilllTAL" iOESWT. LIKE THE' AOTUMN LEAVES WE PALL. Life to ail brings frequent changes, Each bright prospect glides away, Time our fondest hopes deranges, There is no eternal day. There is no abiding pleasure, Sweetest moments soonest fly, All that we most lore and treasure, Quickly is ordained to die. Slem'ry may perhap3 restore us Pictures of the hallowed past, Gliding some old scenes before us, Visions—but they do not last. In the charms of retrospection, We awhile forget our cite, But the test of recollection Must the faint delusion scare. And although we may revisit Days gone by—through fancies gloss What but disappointment is it ? Present—but to fade and pass. Youth with all its boyant feeling Can wo e'er again recall ? Sternly keeps the truth revealing Like the autmn leaves we fall., January 24th, 1873.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1873. WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

EMERALD HILL*. 'THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1873. WATER SUPPLY. The fire of Saturday afternoon at Mr. Ramsden's paper mills affords.another example of the urgent necessity for a more reliable water supply, and a more perfect system of reticulation. On the occasion we refer to not only was the only available fire plug such a distance from the fire, that it required 400ft. of hose to reach it, but the supply was noticably poor,, and the -pressure even at that low level—but weak; fortunately the Melbourne Brigade had an old but still effective manual engine, and this was brought into use with good effect, the progress of the fire checked, and the calamity kept within certain limits. This incident; superadded. to many other instances, exhibiting the inade quacy of our present supply to the in creasing requirements of the commu nity, should attract the attention of those holding representative and there fore responsible positions amongst us, to say nothing of the extreme injudi ciousness of be...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBERT PARE LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

ALBERT PARE LAZE. The only acquatic eTent on this piece of water on Saturday was a match for a pewter, given by Mr. T. C. King, Commodore of the' Club, between the 41 Argus," sailed by Mr. J*. X. Cosgrave, and ■ the " Pearl," captained by Mr. Wm. .Reddish, Mr. J. S. Davidson acted as Starter and Judge. Tho ■weather was favorable for the exhibition of the sailing qualities of the two boats, and the spec tators enjoyed a very pleasant match until the fifth round, when the " Pearl," in jibbing round the west buoy, with a south-easterly breeze and Strong, " gave a heel to port and sunk in short," leaving Captain Cosgrave to "sail over" the balance of the distance at his leisure. It is to be regretted that so inglorious a termination pre Tented the completion of what promised to be a very interesting trial of conclusions between two good boats, and at any rate one yachtsman of proficiency, although we must say, we have seen Mr. Reddish handle a boat very respectably. What is the differen...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

' / , SECOND Emerald Sill, San&ridgo, and St..Kilda $iulbhn); aito I nksfMnt Satiety. MONEY AT 6 PER CSIffTI Objects : To enable Kembers to bccome possessed of Freehold Property. To grant Loans on Freehold or Leasehold Pro perty at the low ratt! of six per cent, interest, v. : repayable by monthly instalments, with >■] power to the Borrower to pay ofi'the whole or a portion of the loan at any time. To grant Loans to its Members on security of scrip. aflbrd an cusy means for the safe and profitable investment of savings without ri?k _ to the Investors, uud which can be with r tlnuvn at. any time, with interest. 1 To enable persons paying rent, to convert their unproductive payments into purchase money, and thus, in a few years to live rent free. ' Shares £100 each.; Half-Shares £50 each. : Entrance Fee, 2s. Gd. per Sh-.rr ; 'frmsfcr Fee, 2s. Gd. per Share; Subscription, 10s. per Mojitl) per Share ; Redemption Money, 10s. per Month per Share. Officers. Trustees: ' Frederick...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DREDGING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

DREDGING OPERA TIONS. All Government works are, we re gret to say, generally more or less failures, and perhaps one of the best or worst examples of this fact are the dredging operations of Hobson's Bay, operations which we may say have cruelly exacerbated the hon. member for Williamstown, and have caused him to be guilty of much demosthenic ora tory, and we may as truthfully admit have given the Record some troubleas far as we were concerned, our remon strances being against the scrubbing a black-a-moor—white kind of work, which the people of Victoria were pay ing for the scratching up, at about one guinea per bushel of silt from one part of the harbor, after a great parade and a grand procession, of lighters just dropping it within about a mile, perhaps less, of where it was dredged from! We see that the Go vernment have succeeded by prison labor, See., in forming retaining walls to the Yarra:—Why not deposit this silt behind these walls, first puddling with clay the back of them ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Whiteman, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

Wednesday, Jajhtabt 28, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Whiteman, J.P.'a.) Larceny.—Peter Stewart was brought up "charged with stealing fourteen hides from the Emerald Hill Abbatoirs, the property of Mr. *£. B. Hann, on the 21st inst. 1 Mr. P. B. Hann, corner of Bant and Ferrar streets, lessee of the abattoirs, and that on the 21st inst. he'was at the abattoirs, said saw a large number of bullock hides. On the following day received information from Edward Pitman, the overseer, that seven hides had been stolen worth 29s. each. Saw the hides stolen at Mr. Clarke's establishment, Elizabeth-street, on the 22nd inst., | which were identified as his property by certain private marks. The hides are always sold three j times a week, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days. It would have been impossible to have sold the hides previous, as the cattle were only slaughtered on the 21st. Edward Pittman, foreman for Mr. Hann, resi ding near the abattoirs said—Remembered the night of the 21st inst., ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FACTS, FANCY AND FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

PACTS, FANCY AITS PUN. Soul Engravings.—Daniel Weostar never uttered a truer or grander thought than tho following—couched, too, in that sturdy sSaxon ho handled so well:—" If we work upon rnarble, it will perish* If we work upon brass, lime will efface it. If we rear temples they wii» crumble into dust. But if we work upon immortii minds —if we imbue them with high principles—with the just fear of God and of their fellow men—wo ongravo upon those tablets that which no time can efface, but which will brighten to all eternity. The Physician and his Pjibsokipttoh.—Thi® is not a bad story of a war/ phy*i'*hvn. Dr. Cabarrus, a Parisiau doctor, being called in by ft pretty actress, felt her pulae, looked at her tongue, and so on, and then gravely pronounced marriage to be the only thing he eouli prescribe. " You are single, are you not, uiy dear doctor ? " inquired his dangerously fair patient. But the doctor was not to be trapped. Taking up hiskafr, he replied: " Yes, mademoiselle; bu* ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LUMPERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

THE LUMPERS' STRIKE. We regret to • find that circumstances have caused the stevedores' men of Sandridge, a numerous and generally hardworking, and we think not over paid body, to strike—or refuse to "work save on certain conditions, and while we wish" to express our deprecation of any attempt on the part of any particu lar calling to coerce employers into any particular arrangement, yet in the pre sent instance we see very exceptional features; the men do not seek for in creased wages or shorter hours, but simply offer a practical protest to the introduction of the practise of ships' crews being employed to unload the cargoes they have brought here, and we conceive that either, as a matter of fair play to the stevedore and his men, or policy on the part of the ship's pro prietary or agents, it will yet be found that the most economical and expedi tious mode of whipping out a cargo is by what we may—by way of distinc tion—describe as professional cargo men ; meanwhile perhaps the qu...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUART 18, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Foote, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

EMEEALD HILL POLICE COUHT. Saturday, January 18, 1873. - (Bofore Messrs. Nimmo and Foote, j.p's.) Jicmoving Offensive Mailer.— Jackson, in tie employ of Mr. Freer, proprietor of the boiling down establishment, in tlio Bend, Sandridge. Mr "Walker appeared for the defendant. The offence was alleged to have been caused by the removal of offensive matter caused by the ex treme heat of Sunday week, from the premises of Mr- Turner, butcher, Cecil-street, on Wednesday, 21st. The Bench were of opinioB that the refuse complained of should not be removed during Ike day time, but as the defendant had been ac | customed to remore the offensive matter from the variouB butcher's shops for a number of years without being complained of, they only inflicted the nominal fine of £1 and 10s. costs. Debt Cases.—J. C. Sherre'n v. James McKay, goods, £2; verdict for the amount with 5s. costs. J. C. Sherren v. T. B.. Jones, goods, £2 19s. 6d.; order for the amount witli 5s. costs. Samuel Dowler v. — McKay,...

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MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

MYSTEBIOtf S TRAGEBY- IN LONDON. A melancholy and fatal occurrence has just been brought to light. Arespcctably-riress::d i.viyand gentleman toot apartments, stating n^y hid arrived from the Continent, and requ:io.l the room for a week only. They slopt tarre on Thursday night, had their breakfast in the housa on Friday morning, dined at a rest .mm.6 in Eegent-street, and returned homo at U'n o'clock p.m. Nothing was afterwards heard or -''.l of them until eleven o'clock on Saturday nwi-niug, when lira. Cunningham, tho landlady. much startled to find their door locked, am! In-' koy tied to the handle outside. On onto'-i:m tho room sho saw tho lady seated in ar. arm ohuir, with a railway rug partly over her luce, :-■:d the gentleman stretched on the floor tigl..'y eVuch. ing what afterwards proved to be a lii'A- ui his hands. On tho arrival of the inspect.."!1 oi pohco, a closo search was made, and it wii* f"un i that each of the deceasod persons had a Bible clasped in their hands clo...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARENTS AND CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 30 January 1873

PARENTS AND CHILDREN. There can be no doubt but good parents; mate: good children, and the. converse of the proposition holds good,' inasmuch as should the parents neglect their responsibility to teach and .edu cate them aright, and even'encourage them in improper courses, the result of such conduct , will be sadly apparent, sooner or later. \ It is to be feared that such " cruel kindness" as that to which we allude in general terms is - but too common; children of early years are encouraged by their parents in the dangerous practise of "finding" all sorts of things, indeed anything port able, and it is by no means difficult to prognosticate that the juvenile " snap per-up" of unconsidered trifles will be come an accomplished thief, and an expensive pest' to society. Mothers too, are to be found who justify them selves in the encouraging of their female children being out by night with boys of their own age, indulging in conduct which brings them under the notice of the police as an...

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 — 30 January 1873

ooremment AdvertiKementi« LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION. HER , MAJESTY'S COMMISSIONERS intend to hold meetings during the month of February at the following times and places In the Town Hall, Melbourne, on Monday, 10th, at 1 p.m. In the Town Hall Geolong, on Tuesday, lltb, at 9 a.m. In the Shire Hall, Camperdown, on Wednes day, 12th, at 9 a.m. In the Town Hall, Ararat, on Thursday, 13th, - In'the Town Hall, Ballarat, on Friday, 14th, ot In the Town Hall, Sandhurst, on Tuesday, 18th, lithe Shire Hall, Benalla, on Thursday, 20th, at 2 p.m. ■ A delegate will be heard from each of such Councils and Boards, as may have any sugges tions to add to those contained in the answers to the Parliamentary circular of 22nd August last. ROBERT PITCAIRN, Secretary to the Commission. Post and Telegraph- Department, General Post Office, Melbourne, January 22, 1873. IT ia notified that from and after the 1st proximo, INTEREST at the rate of THREE per CENT, per annum -will be allowed oa DEPOSITS in the Po...

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 — 30 January 1873

Tailors, Drapers, &.c. ; - IMPORTANT NOTICE ! Mrs. FLETCHER Begs most respectfully lo inform her maiiy ,'riends acd the public of Emerald Hill tliat she has Opened those'Premises, ;. NO. 31 3A3TE • STREET . WZST, \ (Rear Catholic Chapel), with a,Choice Selection of D B A P B R Y, ■'^'—jlosiern'BsfteraiglioryrTrlsimliigs'i'r MILLINERY, STAYS, UNDERCLOTHING-, • Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, &c. Mrs. F. will also he prepared to take orders for Millinery, Mantle and Dress Making, taring made arrangements for the supply (monthly) of London and Paris Fashions, bo that all orders entrusted to her will be executed in the most fashionable style. I>adies' Own Materials made up. In connection with the above, Mrs. F. has also Opened a Registry Office. Address—81 BA1STK-STEBET WEST, EMERALD HILT.. WILLIAM FERGUSON, i,.'-,7... Tailor and. OlotMer, 132 Clibekdos Stbeet, Embald Hili, r'' {Opposite St. Luke's Church.) R. C. BAULCH, TAILOR & OUTFITTER.. Overcoats,...

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 — 30 January 1873

Important to Advertisers. NOTICE! In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Recobd, 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.

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 — 30 January 1873

Sinus, marriages, ana Deattu. [Notices of BirthB, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted ran or charqi, ana communication of' such events are respectfully solicited.] BERTHS. Elliott.—On the 26th inst., at 22 Dundas placo, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. Bobcrt 0. Elliott of a daughter. Sinclair.—On the. 25th inst., at 52 Park street "West, Emerald Sill, Mrs. George Sinclair of a son. HABIUAGB3. Wabd—Fleet.—On the 23rd inst.,. at the residence of the bride's mother, Sandridge, by the Bev. J. M. Abernethj,. Joseph, only eon of Michael Ward, Meredith, to Jemima Ann, eldest daughter of the late James Fleet. DEATHS. Robins.—On the 25th inst., at her parontB residence, Stoke-street, Sandridge, Bosalina, infant daughter of Frank and Mary Robins, aged ono month. Druce.—On the 24th inst., at his residence, 68 Cobden-strcet, Emerald Hill, William Druce, late of Liverpool, England (ono of the old Water loo veterans), aged 74. Lovedat.—On the 23rd inst., at 34 Brook street, Emerald Hill, John Robert...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] THE SANDRIDGE ELECTION. "BURROUGHS AND NO CLIQUE." To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] THE SANDRIDGE ELECTION. " BURROUGHS AND NO CLIQUE." To the Editor of The Record. Sib.—Haying seen this placard, and believing that many persona hare yoted on tbe faith oi it, let-me-respectfully request the new man, if he wishes to make his counoillorship a bucccss, to stick to his bill.— -Yours obediently, . Sait Junk. Sandridge, 6th February, 1873. Cumoui Ditoeob Case.—Judgment was given by the Court of Sossion of Scotland in a curious divorce case. The pursuer was a shipmaster, who, after his marriage in 1856, went to Australia. During his absence his wife, who had received money from him, married another man, who four months ago, also left her and went to Australia. The first husband returned this year, and raised the action for a divorce, which. wa» resisted on the ground that the decree was not sought till more than ten years after he, the first husband, knew of the second marriage. The L...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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FACTS, FANCY AND FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

FACTS,' FANCY AND. FTOT. ■No other living thing can go ao slow as a boy on ah errand. The human brain is the twenty-eighth part of the body; but in the horse the brain is not more than the four hundredth, Money is a great lever, us well as learer. Why is the letter E a glutton ? Becauia it is always first in eating, and the last to leavo. How many peas are there in a pint ? Only one. Book-keeping may be taught in a single lesson of three words: Never lend them. Iron is a good tonic for debilitated young ladies; but ironing is better. An Irish jockey, at his first winning, shouted, "Hoorah! I'm first at last! I've always been behind before." Which is the chief of the precious stones men tioned in the Bible ? Brimstone. "I declare, Mr. Boxer, it seems you hare read everything." "Why, ma'am, after working thirty years as a trunk-maker, it would be to my shame if I didn't know something of the literature of my country." Many people are slaves to the siller: none nore so than the servant...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THIS DAY—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Sturt, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

This Day—Thtjksdat, Febbuabs 6, 1873. (Before Jles.-rs. Nimrno and Sturt, J.P's.) Unlawful Assault.—Honora MeNumava, was brought up on warrant, charged with unlawfully asaaultiug lier sou, James ilcJTamttra, nearly blinding both the eyes of the boy. Sentencod to one months' imprisonment. Drunkenness.—: Michael Conncll, for being drunk aud.disorderly, was fined 20a. or three day9 imprisonment. Neglected Child.—Alice Harding, an infant ten years of ago, was committed to the Industrial Schools for seven years as being a neglected child, having no means of substance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

Hollotoay't Pills.—The Hour of Danger.— Disease commonly comes on with slight symptoms, which when neglected, increaso in extent and gradually grow dangerous—a condition wluch betrays the grossest remissness, when it ii known that these Pills, tiken in accordance with thoir accompanying directions, would not only haTe checked but conquered the incipiont disorder. Patients daily forward details of the most re markable and instructive eases in which by timely attention to Holloway's. advice they were un doubtedly saved from severe illness. These Pills act primarily, on tho digestive organs, which they stimulate when sluggish and inactive ; and, secondly, upon the blood, which they thoroughly purify, and kenco is derived the goueral tone they impart, and their power of subjugating hypochondriaeism, dyspepsia, and asrroui com plaints. . . i . ' . 1

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