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ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 April 1873

ARRIVAL AITS RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR. The " Victoria," after a long passage, arrived at Queeascliff late on Sunday night and came up the Bay on Monday morning,arriving at Sandridge about 2 p.m. The lion. Chief Secretary and moat of the otner mombers of the Ministry came down to Sandridge to receive His Excellency. Sand dridge was in gala attire for the occasion, not only the ships at the piers and at anchor being dressed, but a string of gay fluttering flags stretched from Host Sharp's Hotel to Mr. Morley's newly erected store, and bunting was noticable on some other private establishments, the pier where His Excellency was to laud was also gaily decorated with flags, &c., and generally things put in order. There was a very considerable at tendance of the public about the pier and in Bay Street to see " the new Governor." The Ministry went ofl' in tlio Water Police and Customs boats, and boarded the " Victoria" oil' Gellibraud's Point, and the " Victoria " then steamed int...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1873. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Sturt, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 April 1873

"Wednesday, Apeix. 2, 1873. (Before Messrs. Finlay and Sturt, J.P's.) Debt Cases.—Thomas Love t. Edward Kane, use and occupation, £10 ; verdict with 5s. costs.' Johu Brown v. Michael Malonoy, goods, 16s.; vordict with 5a. costs. Edward Hughes v. Henry GHonaie, £5 Is. 7d.; amount awarded with 5s. costs. John Boyd t. David llackie, £8 15s. 9d.; verdict with 5s. costs. John Boyd v. W. Canliam, goods, £2 5s. 4d.; payment ordered with 5s. costs. J. R. Buxton v. Mary Stewart, use and occupation, £1 lis. Od. Air. Kane appeared for defendant. Order for the amount with 5s. costs. Larceny.—William Armstrong and — Hodge, on bail, were brought up on a criminal information, chargcd with stealing a tweed sac coat and tweed trousers, to tho value of £1 17a. 6d., the property of James S. Patterson, on Monday, 21th March, from his shop on the Sandridge-road. Mr. Faus sett appeared for the prisoner Hodge. James S. Patterson stated, that on.the evening in question, from, information received, he misse...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 April 1873

OTO PTOLIO AMUSEMENTS Px appropriating a portion of our space for this particular purpose, it is our intention to criticise in a fair and impartial manner, giving praise where praise is due, and to suggest or condemn when occasion necessitates, in a fearless but honest spirit. \Ve take this step believing that a con siderable amount of interest is taken in the opera, drama, and other amusements by the 30,000 resi dents in the districts amongst whom circu lated.] TilEATEK BOTAL. Mr. Fairclough's engagement is being brought to a close—terminating on Saturday evoning. During the past week he has appeared in the following characters : " Richelieu," "A New Way to Pay Old Debts," "Hamlet," and "Richard III." As far as his impersonation of St. Giles Over reach is concerned, it would have been better for Mr. Fairclough's future reputation had he omitted appearing in tho character. The best played part was that of Wclborn, by Sir. Ireland. The house has been 'but moderately attended for some...

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 — 3 April 1873

Hollow ay's Tills. — Weak Stomachs. — The wisest cannot enumerate one tithe of the dis tressing symptoms ai-ising from enfeebled diges tion, all-, of wliicli may. be, readily, dispelled by these admirable Pills. They' remove all unplea sant tastes from the mouth, as also flatulency, and constipation. Ifolloway's Pills , rouse the stomach, liver, and every other organ that healthy tone to digestion which fully enables the stomach to convert all food and drink to the nourishment of the body. Hence these Pills are the surest strengthened arid the safest restoratives in nerv ousness, wasting, and chronic debility. Hollo way's Pills are infalliblo remedies for impaired appetite, eructations, and a multitude of other disagreeable symptoms, which- render miserable the lives of thousands. Their virtues are known by all classes. A Sweet Babe.—Young laiubkin (to whom dear grandpa lias just oli'ered a half-crown lip) : "Jfo thank you grandad. You stick to it a bit longer, and lav it out to int...

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 — 3 April 1873

Bcsristratioa of Parliamentary Siectors. EMERALD HILL DIVISION OP THE CEN V? . ••• . THAI/ PROVINCE. ??> Electoral District of Emeba&ii Hbii. (Legislative Council and Zegislasix-e --Issembli/.J THE SUPPLEMENTARY LIST or persons claiming to be entitled to rote as above, are now in my possession and. can bo inspected during office hours. ••• J JAMES EYILLE, ............. . Electoral Registrar.-^ Emerald Hill, - . April 1st, 1873.'" ToTim of Emerald Hill. NOTICE. THE COLLECTOR attends nt his office Town Council Chambers, - ••••• EVERY MORNING, From D to 11, to Receive Payment of Hates. TOPE, ; Bate CoUectcr. • Toto of Smorald Hill. THE Residents are hereby "notified that" all Must be Im.ueiSiateEy Registered as the law directs. | , - .• .• By Order, • •••• •' J13EES EVmLB, j.-: ' " J""i■ Xown Clerk, i Emerald Ilill, i , 16th January, 1873.. ; Borough. of Saa'dridge. TENDERS will be received until 4 p.m. tin Thursday, 10th April inst., for Leasing the public "Weighbridge for ...

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 — 3 April 1873

Tailors, Drapers, &c. . IMPORTANT NOTICE ! Mrs. FLETCHER -Begs most respectfully to inform her many , . 'riends and the public'of Emerald Hill that she hits Opened (liofc Premise?, " Ho. 81 BANK STPwEET ^TEST, (Near Catholic Cbapel), with a Choice Selection of R Jk. W !E5 JEZi Y, -—"? Hoslery^aherdaslierji Trimmings, -* MILLINERY, STAl'S, L'NTJERCLOTHIN'G-, Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, &c. Mrs. E. will also be prepared to take orders for Millinery, Mantle and Dress Mating, having made arrangements for the supply (monthly) of London and Paris Fashions, so that all orders entrusted to her will be executed in the most fashionable style. Xadies' Own materials made up. ■ In connection with the above, Mrs. F. has also Opened a Registry Office. Address—SI BANK-STREET WEST, EMERALD HILL. WILLIAM FERGUSON, Tailor aad Clothier, 132 Claeexdon Street, Emerald Hill, - * (Opposite St. Luke's Church.] R. C. BAUI.CH, TAILOR & OUTFITTER, jOvercoats, Slegattas, Coll...

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 — 3 April 1873

Important to Advertisers. NOTICE ! In consequence of the large increasing circulation of The Record, 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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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1873. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Nimmo, Eoote, Whiteman, Smith, and Barker, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 April 1873

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 29, 1873. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Nimmo, Foote, Whiteman, Smith, and Barker, J.P's.) Threatening Language. — Mary Jane Watkins, was charged with using threatening language towards her husband, Frederick Watkins, stating that she would burn his shop down. Bound over to keep the peace for three months in one surety of £3. Larceny.—James Dillon, a hawker of tinware, was charged on warrant, with stealing a pair of boov from the residence of Edward Carolau, Hotham-street, the property of Mrs. Jane Caro lan. The prisoner was remanded from Hotbam. The prosecutrix is wife of Edward Carolan, now undergoing a sentence for stabbing the man Stevens. Remandod till Saturday for the pro duction of a witness for the prosecution. Bail being allowed in two sureties, himself and another of £10 each. Driving on Footpath.—Henry Thomas, was summoned by the police for driving on the foot path opposite St. Vincent Gardens, in Ferrers I street, on the 2...

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 — 3 April 1873

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are inserted FREE OF CHARGE, and communication of such events are respectfully solicited.} BIRTHS. HELY.—On the 27th ult., at 42 Moray-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Thomas Hely of a daughter. TIMBURY.—On the 31st ult., at her residence, 22 Elizabeth-terrace, Bridport-street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. Alfred Timbury of a daughter. THOMSON.—On the 28th inst., at Nelson-road, Emerald Hill, Mrs. J. Thomson of a son. WILSON. — At her residence, Grant-street, Emerald Hill, the wife of H. W. Wilson of a son. YEOMAN.—On the 29th inst., at 125 Cecil street, the wife of John Yeoman of a son. MARRIAGES. JELFS.—BEARD.—On the 27th inst., at St. Luke's Church, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Louis A. Baker, Thomas Henry, eldest son of Thomas Jelfs, of Emerald Hill, to Margaret, third daughter of Mr. George Beard, of Northcote. DEATHS. BROWN.—On the 2nd inst., Henrietta Louise, youngest daughter of Richard and Henrietta Brown, Bridpor...

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 — 3 April 1873

Sr. -t^EcOOT) -■ Emerald Hill, Sandridge, and St. Kilda Building and Investment Society MONEY AT 6 PER CENT! Objects :     To enable Members to become possessed of Freehold Property.       To grant Loans on Freehold or Leasehold Pro- perty at the low rate of six per cent, interest, repayable by monthly instalments, with     power to the 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 ailord an easy means for tlie~ safe and - profitable investment of savings without risk - . to the Investors, and which can be with : drawn at any time, with interest. •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. 6d. per Share ; Transfer Fee, 2s. 6d. per Share; Su...

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PLAYING AT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 April 1873

PLAYING AT WAR. Some social economists have argued that all preparation for Avar in tbe pro vision of offensive or defensive means ;ind appliances was, but aiding and abetting in the prolongation of that most fruitful source of human misery war, and it has been argued that the sooner the sword is beaten up into ploughshares in a practical; sense the better, for the entire human family. This may as a theory hold water, but we fear as long as human nature is subject to the baser passions, we must still individually lock and bar our doors, socially keep our policemen on duty, and nationally prepare ourselves with a defensive force, the latter more especially, must be something we may depend upon in the time of need. Victoria has so far paid most ungrudg ingly for her national defences, she has gone into the market for the best of ordnance and other arms, and gene rally cannot be said to have in any sense spoilt the ship for a ha'porth of tar,'' she has encouraged those men who patrioti...

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HOW TO ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

HO"W TO ADVERTISE, r .. JOOK HERE! We propose j to, start a J . . column afiteiv this stylo, if, as 'tliey say, of ships being laid 'on-for a certain port—ifsullleient inducement oilers, Business Wotabilia. vTken ebb.' Philistines took Samson, and boitnd him with new ropes, but he broke them asunder like chalT, and fled so swiftly that verily the ungodly might have played seven-up on the skirts of his garment. And when the Philistines beheld it they cried with a loud voice saying, Behold, now whomsoever shall dolivcrhim bound before us shall receive one hundred shekels of silver ! . Then the young men searched diligently until they found Samson nigh unto the coast called Barbary. And they took him and bound him with T. B. Brown's harness, whieh is like unto bands of iron for strength, yet supple with all. Then Samson strained with all his might to rend it asunder, yea even until his face exceeded the turkey-cock's for redness, yet it brake not, there was. no .Hawtherein, neither is ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents] A SUGGESTION. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

CORRESPONDENCE. [Weare not responsible for tlio opinions expressed \ by our Correspondents] - % A SUGGESTION. . To the Editor of The Record. ■; -Dear Sie,—As several Sabbath School pic-nics are on the tapis, it reminds mo of an arrange ment that takes place in some of the largo towns of tliis and other colonies ; it is this—at a given tinio all Sabbath Schools meet at one rendezvous, and after hearing an address from a minister ap pointed by the vote of the united meeting of tcachcrs, form a procession, each school marching .under its own banner, and proceed to some nice spot where all break off into difl'crent parties, and enjoy themselves to their hearts' content. jSow, sir, I think, that as there is a largo amount; of unanimity amongst the religious bodies of tho Hill, the teachers should have a meeting called and see if something of this sort could bo done here, as it would cause a deal of interest to bo taken in it,- and it wo aid be a gala day to bo looked forward to by the ch...

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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1873. (Before Mr. Poolman, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

SAJTORSDSE' POLICE COURT. Monday, ArniL 7, 1873. (Before Sir. Poolman, J.P.,) Drunkenness.—John Cleudinning on bail, was charged with being drunk and disorderly; fined 5s. or twenty-four ' hours imprisonment. John Glen was"charged with ; a'siniiliar ofleneo, ori Sunday morning; fined 5s. and Is. 6d. eab liire, or. twenty-lour hours imprisonment. James McPherson was fined 10s.. and Is. Gd. costs eab hire, or seven days imprisonment for being drunk and disordei-ly, as a; caution, he being an habitual drunkard. • . - /. Obscene Language.—-A seaman named George Jacobs, pleaded guilty to a charge of using obscene language in a public place, about ouo o'clock on Sunday morning. As the tho "Lincolnshire" was about to sail the charge Was altered to drunkenness, and lie was' fined 5s. or twenty-four hours imprisonment. , Absent without \ Leave.—Charles Kempthornd charged-wit.il absenting himself without 'leare from tho British barquo "Boston Yale," on' . Sunday. .last,-was., sentenced to -on...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1873. (Before Messrs. Finlay, Nimmo, and Smith, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

Wednesdat, vApmi 9,. 1873. , (Before Messrs. Eniojy N immo, and Smith, J.P's.) Debt Cases.—7irary Aim JTapier v. Thomas Anderson, use and occupation, £■!•; verdict for the amount. with:7s. 6d. costs- Thomas Love v. James SEaekay, use and occupation, £G os.; amount awarded with os. costs. S. Iflla-v. Henry Mortimer, work and labor, ;C3 -Is. Gd.; verdict for amount, with 5s. costs... .Win. Currie v. ,W. S; Bruce, use* aiid Occupation, j verdict for £3 ISs. (the balance having been paid, in tlio meantime), and ps. costs. Wm. Currio v. Henry Bourne, special, £7' 12s. 6d.(postponed for 8 weeks. : James; Kicholas v.; John'. Hart, special, £6 Gs. 3d.; amount to be paid in ono month with 7s. Gd. costs, in default six weeks imprisonment. Edward Heather v. Wm. Crosby, use and occupation, £4 17s. Gd. j amount awarded with OS. costs. Pawnbrokers' Xicense.—An application was 'made - by Georgo Mcudes. for . a: pawnbrokers' license, and granted. <■ ' . . . . Obscene Lnnguage;—John Hartn...

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OUR PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

OUR PUBLIC AMUSSliENis. 7 [In appropriating a portion of ouv space for this particular purpose, it is our intention to criticise in a fair and impartial manner, giving praise J where praise is duo,; and to suggest or condemn !,when occasion necessitates, in n fearless buthonest: spirit. We take this step believing that;a con siderable amount of iutereat is taken in tho opera,' • driuna; and other amusements bv ilie 30,000 resi dents in the districts amongst whom circu • luted.]) ■ •. iv !.' vTHEATRE EOVAL. It is true that Mr. and Mrs. Bolton nppearod upon tlie boards of this theatre un-heralded as to previous fame and ability, except that of, being manager of some of the principal theatres in • London, so that I did not anticipate to experience the same result as if some star of such magnitude as to warrant his name being placarded on the walls in letters Gft. in depth had appeared on the scene. On Monday evening Mr. Bclton made his first appearance in the ;play of the " Marble Hear...

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THIS DAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1873. (Before Mr. Leigh, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

THIS DAY. Thursday, : Apeii 10, 1873. (Before Mr. Leigh, J.P.) Alleged, Assault.—Robert Burroughs was sum moned by ^William Joseph Webb, shipwright in ;tho employ of Mr. Robins, for unlawfully assault ing him 011 Saturday, the 5th April. !;: Mri Read appeared.for complainant. 'i'lie complainant said that on the day in ques tion he was in the Foresters' Arms Hotel, when speaking to ti Mr. Conner, defendant, without any provacation whalevor, struck him a blow in the face. Defendant denied knowing anything about the occurrence, as he was in liquor at tbo time. William Conner said he was at tho hotel in the afternoon in question, and saw Burroughs strike Webb. ""Defendant was fined £2 and £2 costs, ill default fourteen days'impriionment; j

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS DEATHS. District. Deputy Registrar Births. Deaths Melbourne (South) E.Prendergast 9 17 Melbourne (North) Gr. P. Nagle... 32 - 27 - .Melbourne (West) J. Warman ... 4 o Emerald Hill A. Plummer 8 4 : Sandridge A. Plummer 5 3'

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ALBERT PARK YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

ALBERT PARK! YACHT CLUB. The first half-yearly meeting of the above club was lield at the Clarendon Hotel, . Clarendon street, Emerald Hill, on Thursday evening last; Mr. King (commodore) in the chair. The balnnce slieet showed—Receipts, £107 2s.; expenditure, £63 16s. Id.; balance in bank, £43 5s. lid: (exclusive of £21 Is. due for subscriptions and prizes to the value of £15).. The balance-sheet, on ilie motion of Mr. Marrett, seconded by. Mr. W. H. Smith, jun., was adopted as highly satisfactory. On. the motion of llr. J. C. B. Tail "Wyck, seconded by Mr. T. Jelfs, the follow ing members were appointed a committee to choose a site for a club house, and to report to a mectiiig of the club on next Thursday, at 8 p.m., viz.:—Messrs. John Cosgrave, J. Fill lay, AY. H. Smith, jun. s W. Reddish, J. lYMarrettJ Robert Heard, and Tan AVyck. . v". - ■'"■ • : ■ We. notice, that the improvements to the Lagoon are being rapidly proceeded with, and wo are informed that sh ould the weather keep...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1873. SPIRITISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 10 April 1873

EMERALD. HILL : THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1873. SPIRITISM. There are still, it appears, a number who adhere or pretend to adhere to this peculiar form of belief. Peebles^ and Dunn have taken themselves off to other fields, New Zealand, but in showman language they have done but poor business there. The fact is there are too many hardheaded Scotch peo ple there for much humbug to go down. Mr. James Smith, the spirit seer, is apparently awaiting the fulfil ment of his prophecy, a cataclystic killing off all creation save himself and a few others by a wave of fire, by-the by he cannot claim the sad loss of the " Atlantic " as part fulfilment of his prophecy as we understood, he did in the matter ot the burning of Boston, and the fire at Hogarth and Wat son's ; then we have Mr. W. D. C. Donovan, who never loses a chance of coming to the front somehow, either as what the present Minister of Mines years since termed him " a gingerbread hero/' preaching a crusade against the Chinese, or in some ...

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