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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1873. (Before Messrs. Carrick and Leigh, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

SANDRXfiGE POLICE COURT. Monday, February 3, 1873. (Bcfoi*e Messrs. Carrick and Leisli. J.P's.) Drunkenness.—William Kearney, one of the newly arrived navvies for the Tasmanian rail ways. Fined Is. and Is. 6d. costs for cab-hiro, or twenty-four hours imprisonment, but was afterwards liberated on his promising to leave the colony.* James Fisher, fined. 5s. John Hammond, fined 10s. or 3 days im prisonment, and Andrew Anderson was brought up charged nith being drunk and disorderly, fined 2s. Gd. and Is. Gd. costs, or twenty-four hours imprisonment. Unlawful Assault.—Thomas Smith was charged with assaulting Sir. Georgo Softon, Bruuswick Pier Hotel, on Saturday night, when requested to leave the Hotel. Mr. Lowe appeared for the complainant. . Smith pleaded guilty to the charge. About six o'clock on Saturday evening, prisoner and two of his friends came into the hotel and said they were going to have a row with some of Bobbins' men, and on being put out, he struck Air. Sefton a violent bl...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SLUNG-SHOT RUFFIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

SLUNG-SHOT RUFFIANS. Two scoundrels/James -Lane • and James Ferguson, were . on Friday, before the' City Court Bench, charged with, stealing lead. In tlie first place,.; that is a common place offence, and may'*be met with a common place sentence, but on one of them—and morally and': legally whilst acting in concert, they are each ..responsible for the act' of the other—was 'found an unlawful weapon, a stone slung in., a handkerchief; of course no. one. will be .'simple minded enough "to believe that the' said stone was merely... a: } cherished geological . specimen, but will-set it down thatr the:-said - prisoner - had such stone ready slung to use as a weapon of offence—a lethal weapon — if necessary, that is, if the owner of the property, or other person interfered with them in their spoilation. Of. course the " sympathisers " will tell us1 "the poor man had not killed any body," true for them—nor did he in tend to do so, unless some person endeavored to protect his property ! We...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SANDRIDGE LAGOON IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

s&mxbas lagoon iiiprovs j :-ments.'i Wb aro truly glad to find that at last, after years of talk, stops aro being taken for some practical action—a contract "wasaigned on-Monday by Mr. Chambers for the construction of two sea walls or breakwaters, which aro intended to form an , entrance into the dock into which the present lagooii is'to be conrerted; the amount of. the 1 contract i* £2197 10«.,and the work.is .to.be done within four months of starting it. The plans adopted are those prepared by the; Borough Sur yeyor, Mr. B. P. Orrae, which will be remem bered obtained first premium for his design some tiraosince.'. r. !• ......

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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A CHILD WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

' 1 A CHILD WIFE. Afewdays since the town papers" gave an account of a very young wife named Lilian .Isaaella Cassar, aged 15, having Been apprehended and brought, before the East Collingwood Police Bench, charged with absconding from the Industrial School, Melbourne. The following! is a precis 'of. the circum stances:—" Defendant was sent to the school " in April, 1868, and her term will ".not have expired untilnext April. " She was let out on license as a " domestic servant in 'May last, and " she left her employment and got " married. The police authorities " have been for some time endeavoring " to take her, and .at last arrested her, " at her own house,.in Oxford-street, " Fitzroy, on the 28th January. For " the defence, it was contended that "the girl's age put her beyond the " jurisdiction of (the court, and that it " would be as absurd as it would be novel to «end a married woman " back to the school as. a neglected " child. The bench dismissed the " case." We are by no mean...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

SAOTRffieE. BOROUGH ELECTION. Tns election last Tuesday, for a councillor in room of Dr. Curtis, resigned, resulted somewhat difTerent than we anticipated, and more interaat . was shown than was expected—475 Totes having been polled. From whence we learn Burroughs "party " worked more energetically thaii Turn bull's, they being too sanguine of success. At 'the announcement of the'result of the poll "by the Mayor (Cr. Carrick) about fire o'clock, there was a small crowd of ratepayers waiting to learn who was the successful candidate, but erory thing passed off Tery quiet and orderly. The result being:— .Burroughs ' 266 ■ Turnbull „. ... ... 219 Majority for'Burrougfis' 3? Aftor the usual-Sreturning thanks by the candi dates, the proceedings terminated.

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 — 6 February 1873

SECOND -- Emerald Eili,.Sandrid8re, and St. g^fla TV.'a tak MONEY AT 6 FBS CEKT! : 5» • Objects : .i - -.To enable Members to become possessed of ii'/i-si: IVeehold Property. To grant Loans on Freehold or Leasehold Pro ; S'/.i c; ;perty at the low rate of six per ccnt. interest, repayable by monthly instalments, with •tfciGS'J»ww. to the Borrower to pay off the whole s or o: portion of the loan at any time. To grant Loans to its Members on securit'viof >:■ scrip.,- :• • To afford an easy means for the safe and sv profitable investment ot savings without risk to .the Investors, and which can bo witli i drawn at any time, with interest. rr . - To enable persons paying rent to convert their Unproductive payments into purchase money, one-.: :-«nd thus, in a few years to lire rent free. 1 &ll ~ . Shares £100 eaoh: Half-S&aros £50 each. VfWi '<•; . . Entrance Fee, 2s. 6d. per Share ; Transfer Fee, 2b. 6d. per Share; Subscription, 10s, per Month ;. _ per Share...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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"THE CLOTH." [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

" THE QLOTH." The Northern, c^trgus?.tells > ai\story about'a smart young person, known as the Rev. Mt;:Mili.er," who "has - been " opening the eye" of the natives very cleverly—clothed ii) sanctity arid black clothes, he impudently presented him self to a congregation, " went for them" as BiietHarte says, and "had,them." He was' profuse in his generos'ity as he was demonstrative in his ultra piety,;' and: so in, a-few weeks he .wormed-: himself into the very hearts of the ~ congregation and became popular ! We shall'"flot"-"follow the scoundrel through'his various meanderings .and pitiful-.plunderings,..by—means-.of. the.. most miserable and false pretences— pretences which but that the victims were blindly'infatuated, would at once have been'apparent in their falseness— but will simply state that in fear of re vengeful horsewhips, he sought the protection: of ,the law by " giving him self up " to the police. The reply to the natural question—" but how did you not suspect an. un...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Iflla, Foote, and Whiteman, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

EMEUALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, Febeuaiu" 1, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Iflla, Foote, nnd White man, j.P's;) Horse Uncontrolled.—Charles Tulbrook, sum moned by tlio police for'Jcaring his Jiorsa and vehicle uncontrolled, fined 20s. and 2s. 6d. costs. Debt Cases.—J. B. Thompson v. David Har rovray, special, postponed for one month. Neighbours Quarrels.—Mary Brew was sum moned by Margaret Sullivan for abusive language on Monday, January 20th,' about oue o'clock. Mr. Daley appeared for tlie defendant, and Mr. Kano for complainant. The defones was, that the language couiplaiued of was used on the verandah, and therefore not a public place. The | Bench overuled this point. Fined 20s. and 2s. 6d. costs.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. A STORM AFTER A CALM. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

• vwbbt. A STOKM APTEB A CALM. I »aw a beauteous child recliao Within its tiny cot,— I wished such peaceful sleep was mine With ev'ry cars forgot. I thought how sweet must be the dreams In that enchanting rest,— Where calm refreshing slumber seems The haren of the blest. I watched it, with its litU# head Reclining on its arm;— I pictured angels round the bad, Protecting it from harm. I felt no earthly pang could fall On innocents like this,— That infancy was really all The ecstacy of bliss. I lingered;—in reflective mind I muied ob life's alloys,— The trouble which afflicts mankind, And happiness destroys. As thui I stood—the scene it changed, And OT'ry nerre appalled,—■ The infant, like a thing deranged, Awoke!—and loudly squalled. February 1st, 1873.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OE BIRTHS' AND ■ 1 / * DEATHS. District. -vr • :t * Dopnty Registrar Births. DcatUs Melbourne (South) E.Prendergast 10 , 12 Melbourne (North) Gr.\F. Nagle... ■ 36' ~ si ; Melbourne (West) J. Wurman ... 6 3 Emerald HU1 : A. Plummer • *10 4 Saii</rid«e A. Plummer 6 2

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

EMERALD HILL TOTOT OOTJNOII.. Mojcday* Febktjaby 3, 1873. PresentThe Mayor, (J. Nimmo, J.P.)> Crs. "Mills, Philipson, Thistlethwftite, Page, Sturt, Whiteman, and Boy. Ap apology was received .from Gr. Danla, and acc'epte'd. • ' ' The minutes of the previous meeting were read ijnd confirmed. ' COBBESPONDENCE; " . The Town. Clerk read: the following corre* pondence:— , ... .A Letter from Ion. tlie Chief Secretary, intima ting His Excellency's assent to the" Council voting £5 to the Melbourne Homoeopathic Dispensary. , The amount was ordered to be paid.\ - From the Registrar-General, sending forms for filling up, for making the annual collection of statistics of manufactures, schools, &c., in this district, with "printed insi ructions, to collectors. Referred to the Town Clerk to deal with in the usual way. Circular from the Shire Council of Bomsey. suggesting that provision be made in the Amen ded local Government Statutes for securing to municipal bodiei revenue accruing •...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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LIKE THE AUTUMN LEAVES WE FALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

LIKE TTTR AUTUMN LEAVES WE FALL; Life to all brings frequent changes, Eaoh bright prospect glides away, Time our fondest hope 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. . Mom'ry may perhaps restore us Pictures of the hallowed post, Gilding some old scenes before uf, Visions—but they do not lastt In tho charms of retrospection, We awhile forget our care, But tho test of recollection ' Must the faint delusion scare. And although we may revisit Days gone by—through fancy's glass ? What but disappointment is it ? Present—but to fade and pass. Touth with all its buoyant feeling Can wo e'er again recall ? Sternly keeps the truth revealing Like the autumn leaves we fall., January 24th, 1873. [The abore poetry appeared in our last issuo, but by a sin of omission on the part of the " reader," its sense was 30 much marred by ortho graphical inaccuracies, that it i9 only justic...

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

Important to Advertisers. NOTICE ! In consequence of the large increasing circulation o/'t Thb Record; all_ Advertisements intended ' for immediate insertion, must be sent to the ojjice not later than noon on Wednesdays. All /advertisements are continued and charged for '' ' 'until'countermanded by a'written notice, unless j the time is particularly specified. j

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 — 6 February 1873

Town of Emerald Hill. LENDERS will bo received For the Supply-trad Deliveryvi. ... > of 2000 cubic yards of best [ n'i R'™' lilucstone Metul for Loan (; Thursday, 6th Works. . ) iebrunrr. JAMES EYILLE, ' : Town Ciort. Town of Emerald Hill. NOTICE. THE-* COLLECTOR Attends at liis office Town Council Chambers, EVERY MORNING, From 9 to 11, to iSeoeive Payment of Hates. , <3 A jWnxmrTOPEi_ . Bate Collector. * " Towa of Emorald Hill. DOGS, npHE Residents. avc hereby notified that .all ]._« - JLc Dogs . 1 v . Must be IjiIvtedi atel it R.e$stebej> " as the law directs. By Order, , . JA3IES E VILLE, " V," ' ' . Town Clerk. Emerald Hill; • • ! ^ '•lGth'JanuaYy,: lS73.' ' ...Borongh,of Sandridge. '' NOTICE ,TO„ PERSONS, KEEPING DOGS. <a ki:o'vl':-J 6 "• IN pursuance of.the requirements of " The Dog Act, 18G4,"all DOGS must bo Registered on or before IStli January, after which date all persons keeping Unregistered Dogs will be pro ceeded against according to law. , ...

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

*Tailors, Drapers, 4.C. ■ ' IMPORTANT NOTICE ! Mrs. FLETCHER Begs most respectfully lo inform her many Wends and tlie public of Emerald Hill that she ins Opened those Premises; . No. 81 BANS STREET WEST, (Wear Catholic Chapel), with a Choice Selection of DRAPER Y, MlLXUTEUy, STAYS, UNDERCLOTHING, Ladies* and Children's Boots and Shoes, &c. Mrs. P. will also be prepared to take orders for Millinery, Mantle and Dress Making; having made arrangements for the supply (monthly) of London and Paris Fashions, so that all ordprsj entrusted to her will be executed in the most fashionable style. X>adies' Own Materials made up. . In connection with the above, Mrs. I1-. has also Opened a Registry Office. : .. Address—81 BANK-STREET "WEST, •EMERALD HILT.. WILLIAM FERGUSON, ; ... Tailor and Clothier, . 132 Clarendon Street, Emehald Hill, ^ / (Opposite 8t. Luke's Church.) • .• 't-ur . <3. BAtTLCH, TAILOR & OUTFITTER, Overcoats, Regattas, Collars to: match, Coder Shirts...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873. VOLUNTEER HONOR! [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

—EMJ5KAHD HILL: ' — THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873. VOLUNTEER HONOR! As both the Hill and Sandridge are essentially volunteer in their character, a case which has lately come before the public, is of considerable interest. The facts in brief are Capt. Gillisee, after dismissing ;his ;command, retired somewhere still in volunteer uniform, ar.d a portion of such uniform and ac coutrements, was later in the evening paraded in Bourke-street—or consi dering the unfortunate character of the 'exhibitor, it is not too much to say " dragged through the gutter" ; when the wretched woman was called upon by the Police Bench to answer for her half-drunken freak, she said'slie had" taken" the things " for a spree," and that Capt. Gillbee! was up -at her place, " this Capt. Gillbee denied " on his honor,"Jand in order apparent ly to give the gallant officer an oppor tunity to vindicate his " honor," and show, that he had not disgraced the cloth as alleged, the volunteer author ities , offered him a Bo...

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

Births, Marriages, and Heaths. •' [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted trek of CHAitGB, and coinmunicalioa of such'events arc respectfully solicited.] BIHTIIS. i Dudley.—On tlie 26th ult., at Napier-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. W. Dudley of a sou. , .•*: .r.'" * . DEATHS. . RrcnARDS.—Oh tUc' 3rd inst.', nt Bank-street West, Emerald Hill, Helen Mnudo, the beloved infant daughter of David aud Helena Richards, and granddaughter of the late Patriot G-arvey, Esq., of Calcutta, aged fifteen months.

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Whiteman, and Sturt, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 6 February 1873

Wednesday, Febbtjaet 5, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimino, Whiteman, and Sturt, J.P.'s.) Deli Caset.—J. aud J. Dougall v. Andrew Arnold, work and labor, £1 os. (postponed from last week for the attendance of a witness). Mr. Bead for tlie complainant, and Mr. Faussett for the defendant. The defence was that Mr. Arnold was only agent for Mr. Grave, and that he did not . authoriso the work alleged to have been executed. Verdict for the amount with £1 5s. costs. Edington y. Kettle v. Ed. Edgely, goods, £11 8s.; verdict for the amount with 7s. 6d. costs. Wm. Christie v. Charles Boykett, special, £215s., amount to be paid within eight weeks, and 2s. Gd costs, or soven days' imprisonment. Wm. Christie v. Charles Boykett, goods, £l Osj 4d.; order for the amount with 2s. 6d. costs. John Fergu son y. Samuel Peel, goods, £8 12s.; verdict with 2s. 6d. costs. Thomas McGregor v. Patrick Pagan, goods, £4 2s. 10d.; amount awarded with 2s. 6d. costs. Thomas McGregor v. Henry Gormeby, goods, £114s. 4d.j v...

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 — 13 February 1873

- — - SECOND " " Emorali Hill, Saadrilgvwil 'St.:-Eild& .JJmMng ititfr f nkstment Sflridn. MONET AT 6 PES CENT! To enable Members to become possessed of 1 Freehold. Property. -To grant Loaus ori Freehold or Leasehold Pro-, perty attlie low rate of six per cent, interest,, repayable by monthly instalments, with, power to (he Borrower to pay off the whole or a portion of the loan at any time. To grant Loans to its Members on security of scrip. To afford an easy means for the safe and profitable investment of savings without risk to the Investors, and which can be with drawn at any time, with interest. , . To emiblc persons paying rent to convert their unproductive payments into purchase money, and thus, in a few years to live rent free. Shares £100 cach; Sa^f-Sh&res £50 each. Entrance Fee, 2s. 6d. per Share; Transfer Fee, 2s. 6d. -per ShareSubscription,10s. per Month per Share,; Redemption Money, 10s. per Month perShare. ' ' , . Officers. Trustees: ■Frederick Poolman, ...

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FACTS, FANCY AND FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 13 February 1873

PACTS, FANCY AND FTJ1T. A Patent Cat Extzrminatob.—The Echo says :—\Vo are indebted to an American paper for an account of a beneficent invention lately perfected in the States, and c&Uod th«i. Patent C*t Exterminator. It is a large sheet iron cat," with, cylindrical attachment and steel claws and teeth." It goes by clockwork, and 'a small bellows inside cauBea the tail to swell, and also " by a tremolo attachment" causes the patent cat to utter those wild cries so familiar to the sleepless. Being duly wound up, the machine is placed on the roof of the houBe. Its diabolical yells attract every cat within half a mile. Then the iron teeth and claws go to work, and with lightning rapidity all the assailants are torn to shreds. It is said that on some occasions as many as 50 or 100 domestic pots are slaughtered in a single night. In Boms parte where there are many more cats than households, this machine would bo a great boon, greater even than Dr. Williams's famous dog of which ...

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