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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Mouatt, Foote, and Smith, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
./.EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. /f- . Saturday, Jtns-e 21, 1873. 1 (Before Messrs.. Kiramo, llouatt, Foote, and Smith, j.P.'s) Dell Cases.—Thomas Love t. Margaret Grant, use and: occupation, £2 2s.; verdict for the , amount with 5s.' costs. Henry Hallam y. Patrick Dunning, use and occupation, £2 8s.; amount awarded with 2s. 6d. costs. Stephen Cole v. Daniel Stone, work and labor, £2 ]3s.; payment ordered ■with' os. costs. Cliarle3 Golgarth v. John r Quinlan, goods, £1 10s. 2d.; verdict for the amount with 5s. costs. Joseph B. Slack v. James : Sinyth, use and occupation, 12s.; dismissed, with -10s. costs: Bays on Bros. v. Win. Canham, goods, £3 3s. Sd.; order for the amount with Gs. costs. !\Vm. Sharp v. Jtbse Farr, special, £1 15s. 6d.; payment ordered forthwith with 7s. 6d. costs, in (lefault seven days' imprisonment. James Meag her v. Eobt. C. Miller, spccial, £6 lGs.; ordered topay the amoutit'in four weeks, with 7s. 6d. costs, iu default fourteen days' imprisonment. .
EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
EMERALD HILL TOW COUNCIL. Monday, June 23, 1873. Present:—The Mayor, (J. Jfirnmo, J.P.), aud Crs. Page, Mills, Sturt, Roy, Dauks, White man, Philipson and Thistlethwaite. . The minutes of the two previous meetings were read and confirmed. ConuEsroxBEXCE. The Town Clert read the ^following communi cations:— From the Crown. Lauds Department, in reply to the Council's application for plants, stating that donations from'public nurseries are limited to the supply of trees only,..and not shrubs or flowering plants. From the same, stating that any amount con tributed by the Council towards the Albert Park would: be spent on its improvement, that the Department intend to spend £1000 on improve ments, caretaking, &c., of the park, but cannot state the amount that the Council should contri bute until a reply is receired from the St. Kilda Council. Referred to tho Mayor with request to confer with the St. Kilda Council on the subject. From the Central Board of Health, with the first fo...
LICENSING BENCH. (Mr. Call, P.M.; and Messrs, Nimmo and Foote. J.P's.) APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLICAT'S LICENSES. REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
: J:vA ■ • LICENSING BENCH. (Mr. Call, P.M.; and Messrs, Knrnno and i"oote. Applications. toe Publican's Licenses. : ' Refused."- ' ■ 1 Henry Anscombe, Star and Anchor Hotel, Saudridge-road. John Dalgleish, Napoleon III. Hotel, Park : Btreet'West. . George Stewart, Foresters' Arms, Clarendon and Ifapier stseets^1-■■■•■&lt; ; ' Granted. . Henry lord, Albert Park Hotel, Moray-streot. "'...William Macilwaiue,; Doro -Hotel, Clnrendon Btreet. ■, Sicliard McCarthy, Occidental Hotel, Moray street. '. ... . .■ Jane McNally.-Yarra Hotel, Coventry-street. » James Lepimiere Ross, National Hotel, Clar endon and York streets. ; Mary Sims, Montague Hotel, Montague-street. Postponed. ; • • Henry Foreman, York and Cecil streets. Opposed by Mr. Gillott on behalf "of Messrs. Kavanagli of the Council Club Hotel, opposite, and others, on the ground that the applicant was not bona fide, and that the house was" Dot required. Mr. Fisher appeared to support tlie application. Postponed till Saturday...
SOUTH MELBOURNE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
SOUTH MELBOURNE BOWLING OLUB. A deputation consisting of Messrs. W. P. Buck- | liursb, J. McCutcheon, Captain Doran, Cahill, I E. Wright, Jenkyns, Win. Marshall, E. Tawton, J. M. Campbell, R. C. Baulch, and other gentle men, -waited upon the Town Council of Emerald Hill, on Monday evening last, to obtain permis sion for tho club to occupy the reserve set apart for bowling in the" Public Gardens, St. Yincent Place. Mr. W. P. Buckliurst, who beaded the deputa tion, said that their object was to obtain the Council's permission to utilise the piece of land in the Public Gardens for whicli it was specially reserved, viz., a bowling green. In introducing the subject two years ago they were met by a two-fold objection by the Council, which lie hoped he would now be able to show no longer existed. (And it was simply to avoid any misunderstand ing with the Council that he penned the unfortu nate noto read from him at their previous meet ing, and ho was a little surprised to see by the Art/li...
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
Wedxesdat,' J ukb: 25;' 1873. '■.Dell Cases.—Francis Ward r/Jeremiah Dopo Tan, b'oar&"and-lodging,'^-26".; 'Terdicfc for' the amount with 5s. coats. William :-UaYlo3: £arton r; Theodore Battye, use and occupation, £110s.; order for the amount with 2s. 6d. costs. Robert G-riere v. William Tuille, jun., £2 10s. 4d.; ver dict, with 7s. Gd costs. 'Wm. Alford v. J. T. Bewley, goods, £15 12s. 2d., Mr. E. P. ITishley appeared for the complainant j verdict for the amount: ■with £1 6s. costs. Clarissa Isaacs r. Joseph Gray, use and occupation, £3 10s.; pay ment ordered with 10s. costs. Clarissa Isaacs v. Georgi Coflen, special; £8 15s.; amount to bo paid within 48>hours with 7s. 6d. costB, in default one month's imprisonment. Larceny.—Annie jVIooney alias Stoker, and Ellen Gallagher alias Snowy, were brought up, on remand from Prahran, charged with stealing a quantity-of jewellery (two rings, broach, and pair of earrings) value £9, from the residence of i Hr. Alfred Morris, 107 Ce...
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
FOOTBALL1 GOSSIP. '■■By GfoixsxEix." AliBEBT PABK (14) V. WlLLIAJISTOWN.—On Saturday last I took a trip, ii's far as Williams town to 'witness the match between these clubs. I got to the Seucerrstreet Bailway Station a fow niinutes before thetwo o'clock train started, and was surprised to find but 11 of the Albert Park players there. HowcTcr, though so few in number, they determined to proceed on their journey, and not disappoint their expectant' opponents of a game. On reaching Williams town X proceeded in search of the football ground, and after a walk of a few minutes came to an enclosure in which a number of persons wsro kicking a ball about. I managed to scramble through the fence (there being no gate that I could see) and at once sank ankle deep in mud, and after much difficulty waded my'way to a group of bays, and asked where the Williams town football gvouud was, to my astonishment the reply was, " This is it,"—I say to my astonishment, because I never for a moment thought t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
Town of Emerald Sill. iDoas. IT is hereby notified that orders hare been issued to proceed at once, without any further notice, against, all persons who liave failed or neglected to Kegister their Dogs sis the law directs. By Order, JAMES EVTLLE, ..... . .... . Town Clerk. Taierald Xlill, ' , 12th June, XS73. Tows of Emerald Sill. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the JN Council of the Town of Emerald Hill intends tolower the western footpath of Clarendon Btreet in the said Town of Emerald Hill, between York-street and Market-street, by and to a depth of about 2ft,, and hence in Clarendon-street aforesaid, bet ween Market-street aforesaid, and Grant-street, bv and to a depth of about 2ft. 9iu., Mid also the footpaths on either side of Markct Btreet aforesaid, between Clarendon-street afore said, and Cecil-street, that is to say ou the south side of Market-street aforesaid, near its mtcrsec tion by Clarendon-street.aforesaid, by ana to a depth of about lft. 7m., Uiewce in Market street' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
Tailors, Drapers, &.c. William ferguson, Tailor and Clothier, 132 ClABEKDOK SwtEET, EmEBAID Hill,, (Opposite St. Luke's Cliurch.) E- C. BATILCH, TA'ILOR & OUTFITTER, trader Shirts, Ties, Scarfs, Hose, Bats, &.C. E. C. BAULCH, 135 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. MRS. STEVENS' Millinery & Dressmaking Establishment, REMOVED to corner of CIiilRENDOTf &. IUOLAN STREETS Opposite Hill's Hotel, Emerald Hill. ' All kinds of Drapery Goods sold at the lowest possible price. Bats and Feathers Cleaned. MRS. APPLEBY, MILLINER, DRESSMAKER, &c., Removed to 145 Clarendon Street, Emerald Hill. All kinds of Drapery Goods 6old at tlie lowest possible prices; also, a large assortment of ' INDIAN EMBROIDERY, Comprising Infant's Robes, Short Frocks, Ladies' Petticoatsf Pockethandkerchiefs, and narrow strips for.trimmings, &c. Hats and Feathers cleaned* Music. MR. A. H. WEST, Teacher of the Violin, Removed from 99 York Street East to 110 NAPIER STREET, E...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 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. GREEN. —On the 15th inst., at her residence, Bank-street, Mrs. A. C. Green of a son. &nbsp; LORD. —On the 1st inst., at Howe-crescent, Emerald Hill, Mrs. John Lord of a daughter. REED. —On the 21st inst., at her residence, 49 Dorcas-street West, Emerald Hill, the wife of Mr. Fred Reed, of a son. DEATHS. HASTIE. —On the 21st inst., at the residence of his brother-in-law, 108 Bank-street West, Emerald Hill, after seven months' painful suffering, John Anderson Hastie, aged 20, the beloved and only brother of Mrs. Joseph Hall.
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1873. (Before Mr. Leigh, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 26 June 1873
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. &nbsp; MONDAY,. JUNE 23, 1873. &nbsp; &nbsp; (Before Mr. Leigh, J.P.) &nbsp; Insulting Behaviour.—Two boys named John Johnston (l6), and Philip Brooks (14), on bail, were charged with insulting behaviour in a public place, with intent to provoke a breach of the peace on Saturday evening, at about eight o'clock in Beach-street,, near the Bay View Hotel. It appeared that prisoners, together with about twenty others, were making a disturbance—using obscene language and fighting in the streets, and when Constable Borgin arrested them he received a blow on the mouth. Considerable number of complaints have been made with respect to the conduct of the larrikins at the corners of the streets. Johnston on account of his being before the court on a previous occasion was fined 10s., and Philip Brooks 5s., or three days imprisonment. Unlawful Assault.—Thomas Byrne, a Beamau, was charged with unlawfully assaulting Thomas Kelly, master of th...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
FOOTBALL Tin: following is tlie list of matches to bo played by the Albert Park Football Club during the seasonJ1873 :— 1 Fibst Twestt. date. ' NAME or club. mace. Juno 7 Melbourne Albert Park ■ 14 South Yarra ■Albert Park „ 21 Williamstown ■ Williamston. „ 28 St. Kilda (18 and 20 ... Albert Park July 5 Abbotsford (18 and 20) Albert Park „ -12 Carlton Carlton „• 19 South Tarra.. South Yarra • 2G N. Melbourne 18 and 20) Albert Park Aug.- 2 University Univ.Reserve >. 9 St. lulda (18 and 20)... St.KildaPark „ 16 Melbourno Melbourno 23 Abbotsford (18 and 20) Abbotsford. „ 30 Williamstown Albert Park Sept. , 6 University i............... Albert Park „ 13 South Yarra South Yarra ; » 20 Carlton... ;;;• Carlton » 27 Collingwood (18 and 20 Albert Park Oct. 4 Richmond (18 and , 20) Albert Park » 11 Carlton Imperial 18 arid Albert Park 20) 18 E. Melbourne (18and20) •B.M. Ground „ 25. Studley Park (18and20) Studley Park Second Twenty. date. NAME OF CLTJB. - TLACH. June 14 N;' Melbourno (2nd)...
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
" football gossip. ' br" goaisheak." Aibebt Paee (18) v. St. Kilda.—Tlieso clubs played last Saturday on the local ground, in the presence of about 300 spectators. Baker, as usual, captained the local players, and Greenwood acted in a like capacity for the visitors. The former having won the toss elected to kick towards tho western end, and at a quarter-past three o'clock the kiek-oll' took place, the ball being inniu'diutely taken on by tho Parkites close to their opponent's goal, where it was continually kept until half time was called. Several of the local players had chances to kick a goal, but did not succeed. When ends were changed tho ball was forced up to the Albert Park posts, and a goal was kicked for St. Kilda by Macdonuell. This was the only time during tho afternoon that the St. Kilda men had the ball anywhere near the goal, and for the re mainder of the play the local players, notwith standing having the wind against them, kept tho ball in the centre of the ground. I b...
LOCAL INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
LOCAL INSOLVENTS. John Hunt, of Emerald Hill, cooper. Causes of insolvency—Losses on a contract, and want of remunerative employment. Liabilities, £107 15s. 6d.; assests, £37; deficiency, £70 15s. 6d. Mr. Haliey, assignee. Samuel Ameer, Emerald Hill, grocer. Cause: of insolvency :—Death of throe cows and debts aud sickness in family. Debts, £175 7s.; assets £99 10s. 6d.; deficiency, £75 13s. Gd. H. Shaiv assignee.
VOLUNTEERS. EMERALD HILL ARTILLERY V. BENDIGO RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
VOLUNTEERS. Ejtehaid Him. Abtilieky t: Bendigo Rifles. A EiFiE Match between the above corps tool place on Tuesday, 1st inst., at Sandhurst, and, as usual, resulted in a rictory for " Our Own." I'lie contest was witnessed by a largo number of per sons, and considerable interest was taken as to the result. The firing throughout was very good, and some excellent scores were made on both sides. The following are the scores :— Rank and Name. 200. yds. 500 yds. 600 yds. Totals. Emebaid Hill Artillery. Guuner Wood 24 W 16 60 Gunner Kellow 21; 17 22 60 Gunner Rogers............... 22 33 13 58 Gunner D. M'Hutcliison &lt; 20 19 18 57 Gunner T. SIcHutchison... 19 ?,1 16 56 Gunner Cross ................... 22 30 12 54 Corporal Manchester 22 16 15 53 Corporal Kerr M9 19 15 53 Gunner Davidson ai; n 16 51 Gunner Adains 19 20« 10 49 Gunner C. Chessell 21 16 11 48 Gunner Du Feu ............... 21 15 11 47 Corporal Brown 18' 12 16 46 Gunner T. Y. Eoote ......... 20 121 11 43 19 16, 5 40 Tota...
OUR PUBIC AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
OUU FTTBIO AMUSEMENTS. - THEATEE BOYAXr. On Thursday evening last, Mrs. Alfred Phillips toot a benefit, which was got up by a number of: friends and admirers of her well-known talent as an actress in the old style of comedy ; in fact, it is generally admitted that she has no equal in such characters as the one she appeared in on the evening of her benefit, viz.—Mrs. Mulaprop, in Sheridan's fine old comedy of the " Rivals." There was an immense audience to welcome her return to the sceno of her former triumphs. Although temporarily, I hope to see her name included in some of the casts of the comedies which the Boyal management purpose reviving shortly. Considerable correspondence has appeared in the metropolitan journals with respect to Mr. Coppiu's alleged interpolation of the pa"rt of Bob Acres, which character he appeared in on Thursday evening last, in appreciation of the talent of hi3 old friend, and in reiuembraueo of the mauy triumphant successes they had met with together in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
Mollcaay's Pills.—Important for the Delicato. —It is difficult to determine which is the more trying to the human constitution—the damp, cold days of winter, or the keen, dry, easterly winds of spring. Throughout the seasons good health may be maintained by occasional doses of Holloway's Pills, which purify tko blood and act as whole some stimulants to the skin, stomach, liver, bowels, and kidneys. This'celebrated medicine needs but a fair trial to convince the ailing and desponding that it will restore and cheer them without danger, pain, or inconvonionce. Kb family should be without a supply of Holloway's Pills and Oint ment, as by a timely recourse to them the first erring function may be reclaimed, suffering may be spared, and life saved.
The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873. SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
E3IEB.ALD HILL : THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873. SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. JNo doubt it will be a matter of sur prise to the Melbourne Gas Company to' find that the South Melbourne Gas Company have found so many sympa thysers in their very midst, as is shown by the petition in favor of the Bill now before Parliament being signed by upwards of 10,000 ratepayers in Mel bourne alone. The petition reads as follows :—" To the hon. the Speaker " and Members of the Legislative As " semblyofthe Colony of Victoria. We " the undersigned ratepayers of the " City of Melbourne being aware that " a Bill is now under the consideration " of your honorable House for the pur " purpose of extending the operations of " the South Melbourne Gas Company " to the City and its northern suburbs, " and being deeply interested in the " question ofligh ting our properties,we " pray your honorable House to " speedily pass the measure referred to "into law. "We humbly'" call your "attention to the grievous monopoly" "...
WRIGHT (?) v. MORLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
■WEIGHT (?) v. MORLEY. We exerpt the following report from the Argus —" The case of Wright v. Morley, heard at the Police Court, Geolong, shows the anomalous 6tate of the marriage laws of Victoria at tht presont day, if the statements made by counsel are correct. The summons set forth that in I860 the defen dant and his niece were married at St. Paul's Church, Geelong, the defendant falsely and ma liciously declaring that ho had no knowledge of any impediment or lawful objection to -prevent such marriage. Mr. Purves, who appeared for the defendant, contended that eren if the degree of relationship existed no offence had been com mitted, and referred to certain decisions in the Supreme Court for support of his argument, par ticularly that of Wade v. Wade, and further that the Act 45, William IY., chap. 53, did not pro hibit or prevent marriage between persons near of kin, but rendered them voidable. By the Act 25, Henry -VTII., however, the degrees of relation ship prohibited were sp...
BURGESS LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 3 July 1873
BURGESS LIST. The annual opportunity is afforded to the burgesses of Emerald Hill of ascertaining whether care has been taken by the municipal officers to enrol them on the voter's and burgess list for the year is now open for in spection, and will be on view until Monday next, 7th inst. The officers of the Council with commendable zeal have arranged to have the lists open every night from 6 till 8, and with these facilities, the ratepayers will be to blame if they neglect to see whether their names, occupatiens, and qualifi cations have been correctly described. Our readers must bear in mind that before the next list is prepared, a general election will have taken place throughout the colony, and if, we may reasonably anticipate, the new Elec toral Bill will become law before many months older, the district at the next election will return two members instead of one, as formerly. The Legislative Council voter's rolls are prepared from the Burgess List, and so it becomes of triple i...