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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

SAUDRIDG-E POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 3, 18G8. There were no police cases at this Court on the above date, and the civil list was devoid of inter est. On Saturday at tlic watch-house, before Mr. Thomas, Joseph Gilwore, accused of insulting behavior in the public Etreet was fined 20s. or, in default was ordered to gaol for one week. John Jones, for being drunk was fined 6s. or, twenty four hours imprisonment. Jane Smith, charged with using obscene language in the public street, wus fined 20s. or seven days' imprisonment. Monday, September 7, 18G8. Before Mr. Mollison, P.M., and Mr. Swallow, J.P. Drunkenness.-Elizabeth Cavadore, Frederick Harrison, Daniel McCarthy, Thomas Gullagher and Thomas Harvey were mulcted in sn all sums for the above offence. Disobeying Orders.-"William Holsberg, Charles Oulsen, Herman Savage, John Horn ana Oh Jen sen, 6ailors on board the Prussian ship, " Gesnia Brons," were charged with disobeying tho orders of the captain (B. Eazen Gronewuld.) On Tues...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

PARLIAMENTARY. IT would, seem as if we were to be doom ed to another temporary deadlock-the Appropriation/Bill . having been again shelved foi\a day or two by the adjourn ment of tlie Upper House till to-day, so that by no"possibility can Government payments be made this week. Tho sub ject of Railway extension is the topic at present-and what might be called ' the battle of the routes,' commanced on Tuesday evening, will result of course, in a victory to King McCulloch's forces, the combined opposition having about as much chance as King Theodore's; black guards against Napier and his merry men. Mr. McCombie poured out.an. ' everlast ing .weak, wishy washy, flood of W9rds,'; the object of which appeared to be only to furnish an opportunity1 of giving'for the 151st time .tho narrative of his^oyago1' home, and liis[European experiences., Mr. .Connor very mildly coo-cd out a claim 011 behalf of tho "Western li.trict generally, and Colac more particularly. Mr. Mc Kean with a larger meas...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

Local Intolligonco." We observe that the annual general mooting of the South Melbourne Cricket Club, will, be hold next 'Monday- eyeiiing, at eight o'clock;1 at1 tlio Emerald Hill Mechanics' Institute. "We belicvo thcreport, which, will bo submitted,, states the cluli'tobe in-a most satisfactory position, "iind hints at good prospects for the approaching crick eting season.''. Wo hope the residents of this dis trict will do their best to enable our local cricket club to maintain its prestige:" : . i ; i Tlio opening of the additions to'the Wcsleyan Church, Emerald Hill, will be celebrated by a Tea Meeting, ou Monday evening, September 23rd. .We beg to draw the attention of our readers to; the Concert and Ball, which is to. take.place ou. next Monday evening, 1-ltli inst., in the Orderly-, room, Dow-street. Sandridge, it toing ~a( eompli-. mentary bcnoflt to Mr. John Riley, whoso daugh ter created such a favorablo impression at the M.U.I.O.O.i\ concort lost Monday eveniug, in the Eme...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. FLOWER Gardek.-Finish transplanting from the open grounds till shrubs and trees, and protect with a few branches the more tender sorts likely to sull'er from cold winds, as be un established, tlieT are, at tliis season, very sensible to cold. Pork over borders of-established plants, and pulverize the soil well in vacancies sot apart for annuals. Keep down the green ily. Finish planting towards the end of the month such ten der shrubs and trees from pots as are suitable, for grouping in beds, or proniiseously iu borders, lis dahlia, veronica, helilrope, verbena, pansy, petuniii, geranium, See. Ranunculi, anemones, tulips, hyacinths, &e. will be blooming during September.' "\Yhere it- is desired to retard the liloonrrg season of roses, the-upper wood With young f hoots may be pruned more closely, trie iip tall rarities of annuals and save the seeds for imtun.n sowings. Towards the end of the month, .?'tiw ti e hardy sorts, either pro...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDRIDGE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, September 3,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

P^I'SANDRID&E [BOBOTT&H (COUNCIL. Thursday, September 3,1868. *ifPresent:-Tho Mayor (W. Morlcy, Esq.), in the chair, and Councillors Plummer, Poolman, Crockford, Johnson, Curtis and-Thomas. MINUTES. ; > The minutes of last meeting wero read 'and .confirmed. COIlREarONDENOE. WThe' folloiVing letters wdre read' by!the ^own (Clerk .- ' J ^Fiom Mr.B. Gr. Eitzgibbon, Town Clerk, Mel 'f jfbo^rne, requesting payment of amount now duo ??wimdor Gabrielli loan.-Referred to the. finance t'/tibtamittee. ' $"vFrom the Town Clerk, Richmond,'asking the 1 . 'obtincil to assist the Borough Council^ of Ricli »mond in their endeavour to prevent tho sale of ' ^thohYnn' Yean. Waterworks.-This. letter evoked oopsiderablCj'diseussion, and it was ultimately ?'-'agreed that, a reply should.bo 6cnt .stating that theipounail did not desiro tho sale of the works, neither did they wish to take an active part in themittcr. /'Flo m the Town Clerk of Essendon, stating that a meeting would bo hel...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 5, 1868. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo and Iffla.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

EMERALD HILL POLICE COUHT. Saturday, September'JS, 1868. (Before Messrs. Alartin, Eimmo and Iffla.) Vagrancy.-John Larry, who had been found wandering about Albert Park, charged with this offence, was sent to gaol for three months. Child Desertion.-Ann Wade, was charged witli deserting her eliild. It appoared that in Docember last, she put lier boy, aged four years, over the fence of the Catholic orphanage, and left him. Ho was brought before the court by the police, and sent to the Industrial Schools. Prisoner said she was willing to pay £1 into the court, and 2s. 6d. per week. The bench accepted these terms. . Young Ruffians.-William Farnon, William Knight, William Stowcrs, Kenneth Buchanan and Edmund Ellard, five youths, were charged with assaulting Frederick Smith and Jolin Thomson. Mr. Faussett. appeared for the defence. From the evidence it appeared that the prosecutors were proceeding to Melbourne, on Sunday night, on the road between Emerald Hill and the Falls' bridge, when ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, September 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. ;. Monday; September. 7, 1868.. . Present(Mayor) 'W. Thistlctliwaito, Esq., and Councillors: Ireland, Nimmo, Boy, Slteata, Sandilands, Ward Wliitoman and Stead. I ' .; ? MINUTES . Minutes of the previous meetings were read and cpnlirmed . ?. ', , ! J.: ? COERESEONDENCE.' The Town'Clerk read the following letters: j : From tlie Town Clerk, Essendon, requesting the council to nominate tho Mayor or one of the councillors to attend a meeting to be hold at Mouzie's Hotel, Melbourne, on Tuesday, 15th in stant, for tho purposo of considering the proposal of tho Government to sell tho Yan Yean Water works.-Tho Mayor was appointed; on the motion of Cr. Nimmo, seconded by Cr. .Whiteman. ? From tho Town ' Clerk, Eichmoud, asking the council to aid tho Borough Counoil |of .Richmond in preventing tho salo of tho Yan Yean; Water works, and drawing attention to a resolution adopted at a public meeting held in Richmond, protesting against the proposed sale, and urging ...

Publication Title: Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

Borough of Emerald Elllr' TENDERS win be received until 7'30 p.m., on Monday, 21st September insfc., for the erec tion of an .: .... , FIRE-ENGINE HOUSE AND BOOM, to be constructed of Brick and Blatcd Plans.and specifications at tho Council Cham bers. . JAMES EYILLE, Town Cleft. Town Hall, Emerald Hill, . . . 10th September, 1868. y Miscellaneous. The National Bank of Australasia. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. THE EMERALD HILL BRANCH Has been REMOVED to the New Premises, | COVENTRY STREET. .... J. M. CAMPBELL, Manager. Emerald Hill, ... 21st August, IS68. SOUTH MELBOURNE .CRICKET CLUB. Annual General Meeting, Meclianics' Insfci tute, Monday next, at 8 p.m. Enwn. P. FISHIET, Hon. Sec. j SEAMEN'S CHAPEL, Sandridge.-Rev. Mr. MENSIES (Scotch Church, Melbourne,) will preach on Sabbath afternoon nest, at three, in the Bethel. Collection. GEO. TRODD Begs to inform the inhabitants of Emerald Hill Slid Sandridge that he has succeeded E. Catlin, as Carrier, to and from Melbourne, #nd" trasts, by strict...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

Business Addresses, &.C. Stslgns, Flans, and. Specifications of ' Dwellings and. Public Buildings Prepared, nnd their erection superintended, by j J. E. BUTLER, AECHITECT, ! '. f (Of many years English cxpcricr.cc)' 'Office:-Messrs. Nathan Thxrham, Clarendon .V' iStreet, Emerald Sill. 's ^ S. D. NATHAN, ,qAccountant, 85c., 49'-PAEK STKEET, EMEKALD HILL. v.jjJ Tradesmcns' Books and Accounts made-up.\ Bills of Sale, Agreements, &c. drawn on the shortest notice. ^"''RAYSdi^i':'iiRtOTH;ES§,' ?V (ESTABLISHED 1854) DRAPERS, SILK MERCERS, & OUTFITTERS, ARE NOW SHOTTING THEIE SPRING GOODS ! NOVELTIES IN. DEESSES, MANTLES, BONNETS, HATS, &C. 140 & 142 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. <93. W. MITCHENER & CO., 1 Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD HILL. 7gk X>. SARGEANT, TAILOR, %6 CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL. .plll'Iweed Suits, to measure, from ... £3 0 0 Tweed Trousers ... 10 0 I'Suifc of...

Publication Title: Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

TO. CORRESPONDENTS. "Sindridge Lagoon Nuisance" rcccived, W. T. Dove.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

. "? .- i-.. -r-r-: r..-?3 < Baths, Marriages, and Deaths. J7T.- : r- rrr BIRTHS.     ROBINSON.-On the 29th ult., at Eastern-road, Emerald Hill, Mrs. John Robinson of a son. THOMS.-On the 6th inst., at 101 Coventry-   street, Emerald Hill, Mrs. J. Irwin Thoms of a daughter. DEATHS. GEORGESON.-On the 4th inst., at his residence, Howe-crescent, Emerald Hill, John Georgeson, aged 32 years. SINCLAIR.-On the 7th inst., at his residence, Dorcas-place, Dorcas-street east, Emerald Hill, Mr. Thomas Sinclair.      

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Correspondence. TO THE COMMISSIONER: OF POLICE. (Per favor of the Editor of the RECORD.) A grievance a'nt please you! [Newspaper Article] — Record — 10 September 1868

' Correspondence.. >; TO THE COMMISSIONER OF' POLICE. (Per favor of the Editor of the RECORD.) ,   A grievance a'nt please you ! Sir;-Dr. What's-his-name, has said that "Satan finds some miscliief still for idle hands to do," and apparently, the idle and festive youth of the Hill are apt, but objectionable illustration in support of that great moral economist. Shanghais having been put down by the   strong hand, the destructives, in many instances - pigeon fanciers give their mind to throwing stones on iron roofs, which rolling' down, favor the inmates with a little dramatic thunder, and finish off by breaking a window or-a childs head-the little game is also indulged in as a pass   time by others, and has become an established. practice. The Police, who, if they are on the Hill are all are fine specimens of the "invisible blue"     either will not or cannot cope with the little difficulty. I am inclined to the theo...

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Melbourne and Holoson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Melbourne' and Holoson's Bay1 Railway.'' 11MJ 1 ABLE: ' ^ KII/DA'FOE inJIBOTJENE. .7:40,,8.0*, 8.20*, 8.40* ;9.0*; 9.20*,9.40*; 10Of, 10.15, 10.45,11;15* 11.45 n.m. .,.12.15* 12 45, :i'.15, 1.45*, 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15* 3.45,j 4.0, 4.20, 4.40, 5.0*,; 5.20, 5.40, 6.0,''6.15,.6.45,-7.15*, 7.45, .8.15, 8.45, 9.45, 10.45 p.m. i , 1 -JlrESIERAED nrLLiJOn MELBOUENE. .» "7 45; s 5; 8 25, 8.45, 9.5, 9.20/ 9.45, 10.5, 1020, I 10.50,11.20,' 11.50 u.m. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1 50, 12.20, 2.50, 3.20,3.50, 4.5, 4.25/ 4.'45, 5.5, 5.2o, I 5.45, 6.5,6.20, 5.50, 7.20/7.50,' 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, .10.50 p.m. . ' ? ' I ? MEH10UBNE FOB EMERALD HIM. , 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9 0, 9.20, 9.40*,'10.0,10.30, 11.0, 11.30,.12.0 a.m.. 12 80, 1.0*, 1.30, 2.0*, 2.30,3.0 3.30, .4.0*, ,4.20*; 4.40*, .5.0*, 5.20*, 5.40*, 6.0, 6.15*, 6.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, '.8.30,. 9.30V 10.30*, >11.40*p.m. I.....: .r..:., ? i EMEaALD (DILI FOB STrKILDAY 8 4, 8 24, 8 '14, 9 4, 9 24, 9.44^ 10 4, 10 34, 11 4, 11.34 a.m. 12.4, 12.34, l;4j 'E8^"2i4,;*...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Amusements. SHIP HOTEL/ ,F.ll E E ERT "BAY STREET, SANDEIliaij'.''; THIS .EVENING- ' '' ' .And Every Evening during theiWeek, ;(|§^,NEW FAKCES, GLEES, SONGS, DUETTS, &C., - . ^ . WITH ... J... - -I....,; ^,, . JV auosET or COMICAXITIES I Commence at half-past Seven. ALL DRINKS AT BAR PRICES. . 0 C. SHARP, pBOPiiiETbk; PROSPECTUS OP Srrnrii, A LOCAL WEEKLY JOURNAL FOR THE DISTRICTS OF EMERALD HILL AND SANDRIDGE. PRICE -i'ONB,.PEN'NY. ; "'THE EEOOED " is being published at the/request of several of the influential inhabitants of Emerald Hill and Sandridge, and with such.promises of support as have decided the proprietor on making an effort to supply a want which has been long felt, viz.a purely local journal which would represent the districts in a satisfactory manner. It has often been alluded to. as a matter of surprise that while a medium for making known their wants and ex pressing their opinions is possessed, by other less popular localities, the highly influential distri...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. SANDRIDGE LAGOON NUISANCE. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

'Correspondence. SANDRIDGE LAGOON NUISANCE.'';;" "To the Editor .of Tlte Records Silt,-The Inspector;,of Ifuisaiices would.be. doing the inhabitants of: North JSandridgo.a great iUvour by bringing before the,Sandridge Council,; the filthy and disgraceful state of the north.end 0 ' (beSandridge Lagoon,; and: the urgent.neces hi'y for having the evil remedied before, the hot w at her sets in. In the jiirst .place a slop Bliould hi) put to. the filth .and oil'-GCOurings - of Emerald 11 !1 dra^n'ng into tho .Lagoon, as it-is mainly i'r. m tliis source, that ;we derive the evil. I thiuk 1 In Sandridge Council ought to arouse themsolves In the necessity of obliging ourselves before, we ch ige our neighbours at the risk of bringing tii-ease or even death amongat us. j: j.j stroat, Sandridgo. W. T. DOVE.

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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

DOWN BY THE SEA. ! WHENEVER the ".Great Britain" is in iwe of tho seaport, Fast iot procellas portum, you "know (I do like to air my almost-forgotten latinity), arc pretty busy; - Cr. Johnson-can hardly be seen for smoke-he who has been for so many yearn a sort of dry-nurse to the old ship, coddling her .with new-rigging-after her infantile .difiicidfcien at Dundrum,-and.atlending to her upon her arrival hero as a sort of rough monthly nurse, accepts it as on event; and. is. proportionately Johnsonian. He, I have time to observe, is not alone in this feeling-there is a liveliness in our 6hops. Opos sum rugs flaunt- more loosely in the wind, and thoso peculiar only-undcrstood-by-sliip-travellers, '{triangular .washing-stand and toilette tables are displayed in a more forcibly prominent manner; . the portable couch, upon which the improvident and fatigued British seaman deposits himself for four hours at a strotcli, or upon which the sea sick or sick of the sea passenger tosses himsel...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Garden Operations for the Month. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

?Gardca Operations for tko Month. SEPTEMBER. FLOWER GARDEN.-Finish transplanting from the open grounds all slirubs and trees, and protect with a few branches the more tender sorts likely to suffer from cold winds, as he un established, they are, at this season, very sensible to cold. Fork over borders of established plants, and pulverize the soil well in vacancies set apart for annuals. Keep down tho green fly. Finish planting towards the end of the month such ten der shrubs and trees from pots as are suitable for grouping in beds, or promiscously in borders, as dahlia, veronica, helitrope, verbena, pansy, petunia, geranium, &c. Ranunculi, anemones, tulips, hyacinths, &e. will be blooming during September. Where it is desired to retard the blooming season of roses, the upper wood with young shoots may be pruned more closely. Tic up tall varities of annuals, and save tho seeds for autumn sowings, Towards the end of the month, sow the hardy sorts, cither. promisououBly...

Publication Title: Record
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Original Poetry. THE FALSE FAIR ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

'Original-.'Pofexry, THE FALSE FAIR ONE. Oh, look not, speak not, thus again ! . Jfor try thy magic power on me ; .. You cannot feel, but you can feign-; . I cannot now confide in thee. . I could have lorbd thee-could !-nay, more, My heart was once most wildly thine'; But loving thee was but to pour '?Incense upon a marble shrine. . '; 3?or-what to thee are vows and sighs; But odours gone as soon as shed ? The sighs "unheeded as they rise-. j ; ? The words forgot as soon as said. : ;. I know I couTd not trust thee when' ,, My pulse beat high with passion's bliss ; . Our lips'haye metn-but even'then'' ' I'fdlt'thofalsehood of your kiss.' " ' , , ' I've yet onough of pride to break Tlie lingering relic of my chain- '. I loved it madly for thy sake ; . But so I shall not love again! JOBLA. September 2nd, 1868.

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THE DAYSPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

THE DATSPEING. THE arrival of the above ship with her lamentable story, Buch as fortunately for years has been mere matter of tradition or the overwrought emanation from some penny sensationalist, naturally gives rise to a series of reflections, and we do not Bee that comment of ours can influence the matter pendente lite. It is one of such importance, that it deserveB the fullest consideration and the most prompt action, on th& part of the Government officers, to whom the responsible duty of watchirig the sanitory condition of the colony is committed, and also of those whose.duty it. is to protect .the weak and ignorant from.impoBition and illtrcatment. The fact stands thus-a British. strip flying the British flag-leaves a British colony for another British colony, .unoffi cered, parish-rigged, illrfound,. badly manned, and with a cargo (if we may. so describe her human freight) entirely unfit Mr a three months, voyage-or,she- could not in that-time liave become the loath t...

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Police Courts. SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 10, 1868. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 17 September 1868

Folios Courts. SAISTDRIDG-E POLICE COUET. Thursday, September 10, 1868. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.) Larceny.-Edward Thrower, who is undergoing a sentence of seven years for burglary and perjury, at St. Kilda, was brought up under a writ of habeas corpus and charged with stealing a time piece and silver sugar tongs from the Lord Baglan hotel. It appeared that the prisoner's father and the landlord of the house had been acquainted with each other for a number of years, and on the strength of their Intimacy, the prisoner re sided with the prosecutor for some time. During his stay at tho hotel, several articles wore missed, including the timepiece and tongs, which he had sold. He was sentenced to three months' impri sonment, cumulative upon the term he is at pre | sent undergoing. Abusive Language.-T'homa3 Beeves, charged with using abusivo and threatening language in tho public street, was fined 103. Monday, September 14, 1868. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Swallow and Plummer...

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