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EMERALD HILL TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 August 1873
IEMEBALD SILL TOW COUNCIL. Monday, August 4. 1873. Present:—The Mayor, (J. Nimmo, J.P.). and Crs. Roy, Wliiteman, Hills, Pliilipson, Danlis, Pace, and Sturt. An apology for the absence of Or. Thistlefchwaite through illness was accepted. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read the following communi cations :— From the Roads and Bridges Department, stating that the department will continue to urge upon the City Council the necessity of imme ! diately undertaking the accessary repairs to the Palls Bridge, as to character of a now structure, or on whom the responsibility of its erection rests. Mr. Gilliea is not at present prepared to express am opinion. From the Crown Lands Office, returning Bye law 50 (Standing Orders) duly certiflod to by the Hon. the Attorney-General. On the motion of the Mayor, the Town Clerk was directed to Gazette the Bye-law. From tho Borough of Craigie, calling attention to the fact of Government endowment b...
THE ELECTIONS. MR. JOSEPH STEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 August 1873
THE ELECTIONS. MB. JOSEPH STEAD Addeessed about 130 burgesses at the Temperance Hall, Napier-street, ou Tuesday evening. Mr. W. P. Buckhui'st, upon being voted to tho chair, remarked that he wished it to be understood by the meeting that although acting as chairman to Mr. Slead he wis not in any way pledged to sup port him, and iu a few remarks introduced the candidate, who addressed tho ratepayers for about an hour, principally depreciatory of the present council for alleged errors of judgement, amongst' which were the formation of the crown of the streets throughout the district, the superiority of' hand to machine broken metal, alleging that hundreds of pounds had been squandered in altering levels of streets previously formed. JHe etatod that he was in favor of the Council, .with others, purchasing the Yau Yean waterworks, thereby reducing the water-rate at least 25 per cent. He was in favor of the Government abolish ing tolls if they could see any other moauB of de riving a rev...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 August 1873
Double Breasted Reefer OB, LOUNGING SUIT, iS MADE AXD CUT BY THE PRINCES OF TAILORS, FROM 55s. A most useful suit. FASHIONABLE JUVENILE ATTIRE, Young Gentlemen's Suits as Made and Cut by the PRISCES OF TAILORS, PBOIH 25s. S. Gr. NICOLLS & CO., THE BEXOWKED PRINCES OP TAILORS, Paletot Overcoat Makers, Juvenile Clothiers, Outfitters, &c. City Establishment: ONLY 78 & 80 SCANSION STREET, melbouese. Public Notices. COACHBUILDERS, 35 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILL. Builders of every description of Tehicle, both American and English, 50 per cent, lower than any other house in the colony'. All wort guaranteed. COAXaS. R. W. CARRICK Is new landing, ex " Koh-i-noor," a cargo ef A. A. Compy.'s Coals at the SaudridgeTown Fier, which will be supplied at the LOWEST CUBRENT BATES. Orders received at the Town Pier, or his yards, Bay-street, Sandridge. JAMES PAILIX, Begs to inform the public of .Emerald Hill that he has Opened a Fruit, Vegetable, and Poultry Stores AT THK COENI...
MESSRS. NIMMO AND STURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 7 August 1873
MESSES. JTIMMO AXD STUET. "The above ex-counicllors met a-large- meeting of tlio ratepayers at the Mechauics' Institute last evening —the liall being crowded. Mr. B. X. Sandilands occupied the chair, and before intro ducing the candidates explained that'ex-eouncillor Page. who was annouueed to address them that evening would be unable to do so, in consequence of tlie deatk of his lather, and the funeral had taken place tliat day. He was requested to in form those present that Mr. Page would address them at the same place on Saturday evening. The Mayor (Mr. Nimmo) on coining forward was received with great applause. He said that three yeara since he appearod before them to, ujk a renewal of the honor conferred on him six years since, and he now came before them again to so licit their sufl'rages for a seat at the Council table. There were two important debatable, questions which he would first-address tlioin upon, .viz.— the Loan and the Gas Questions. AVith respect to the Loan, he s...
RURRIETATTLE AIRCASTLE'S REMINISCENCES. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
RUHMETATTLE AIBOASTLE'S RE MINISOENOES. Chapter I. At the base of Mount Strykeawe, where it slopes gently down towards the winding and pictur esque Goulbourn, ia Bituated the pleasant home Btead of Ebonezer Llangwyne and his family of five daughters and three sons. I, myself, your humble servant, Rurrietattle Aircastle, being a comparatiTe stranger in the colony, and haying no relations ia or near Mel bourne, felt, rery naturally, since arriving in Victoria, a longing desire to cultivate the acquain tance of this family, inoro especially because of my distant relationship to the old gentleman, on my mother's Bide, who is descended from Prince Bidulphus Llangwyne, the great statesman, scholar, soldier, and for some time privy coun cillor to the patriotic, but ill-fated Queen Boa dicea. I do not mention my princely aucestor pre suming thereby to arrogate to myself any superi ority, but merely that my story may be illustrated, and perhaps better understood. Indeed, I delete done quite ...
SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison. P.M.. and Leigh, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
SAttDRID&E POLICE OOUHT Monday, August 11, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison. P.M.. and Lei?h, J.P.) Drunkenness— William Patten, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s. or 24 hours' imprisonment in default. Edward Juster, on bail, for a similar offence was fined 5s., and John Gray, fined 5s. Ship Cass. William Hanlen, oa bail, first mate of the American Bhip"Cezarewitch," was charged with being a seaman and belonging to said said ship, and was guilty of drunkenness which disabled him from the discharge of hia duty. Mr. Braim appeared for complainant and Mr. Faussett for defendant. Capt. Alex. McFarlane, master of the ship, said that defendant was chief officer, and th at he left the ship on the 6th inst., without leave. Had occasion to order the carpenter to sound the pumps on the day in question, whon 2ft. 6in . of water was found therein. The ship, after the gale at Cape Howe, had to be pumped night and day in consequence of a leak she sprung. On speaking to t...
EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Nimmo and Smith. J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
EMERALD HILL POLICE C0T7RT. Satubdat, August 9, 1873. (Before Messrs. Mollison, P.M., and Nimmo and Smith. J.F.'s) Nuisances.—Frederick Brown, Daniel Ferguson, Philip Kooney, and John Mongomery wore sum moned by the Inspector of Huisances for allowing the contents of their cesspools to leak, and were each fined 20s. and 5s. costs. Elizabeth Hall was fined Is. and 5s. costs, and a similar charge against Mary .Elizabeth Bailey was dismissed. Maintenance.—John James K. Bignell was sum moned by his wife, Christina Bignell, for learing her without means of support. Defondant is the man who made himself notorious some timoBince, in connection with the Nunawading prophet. Mr. Read appeared for complainant, and Mr. Good win for defendant. The defendant was ordered to pay 20s. per week, with £5 5s. costs. J)ebt Case.—JameB Tribe v. Frederick Bower, use and occupation, £3 7s. 6d.; verdict for the amount with 5s. costs.
OUR MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
OTO. MEMBERS IN TEE HOUSE. (From Hansard.) I [As our members, do not always hare what they speak in the House fully reporred in tlio morning papers, we purpose extracting the same from Mansard, so that the ratepayers may seo what their representatives are doing in Parliament, especially as it is so often remarked that they say nothing.—Ed. J.] Electoral Act Amendment Bill. Dubing the discussion on August 5th— Mr. Whitbman said " that the honorable and learned member for EastBourke Boroughs had as serted that politics as a pursuit and politicians as a class had deteriorated, and he attributed the fact to the absence of women from parliamentary life and political power. But when the honorable and learned member occupied a prominent posi tion on the Treasury bencb, the public were led to understand that politics wore of some conse quence. He (Mr. Whiteman) denied that poli tics were of less moment now than they were at that time, though he admitted that then, owing to the important sub...
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1873. (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Smith, Mouatt, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
"Webkibday, August 13,1873. I (Before Messrs. Nimmo, Smith, Mouatt, J.P.) Debt Cases.—Michael O'Gonnan t. J. Sclio field, epecial, £l 6s.; amount to be paid with 7b. 6d. costs, in eight weeks. Francis Ward v. Jeremiah Donoyan, special, £3 7s.; money to bo paid in four weeks, with 7i. 6d. costs, or three weeks' imprisonment in default. Kilt:II Amer r. Sterke, goods, 16s. 2d.; order for amount with 2s. 6d. costs. Thomas Noble v. TliomaB O'Brien, work and labor and material, £17 13s. Mr. Bead appeared for complainant, and Mr. O'Brien for himself. This was a claim for material, com mission, &c. on an auction sale of the Commodore Nutt Hotel, Carlton, on three occasions. The Bench made an order for the amount with 5s. costs, Mr. Noble declining to take any further coBts. John Scott v. Elizabeth Davis, goeds, £4 12s. 4d.; verdict for the amount with 5s. costs. W. Graham y. John Jacobs, special, £3 15s. 6d.j postponed for three months with 7s. 6d. costs i in default one month's imp...
ORIGINAL POETRY. "TRUE TO THEE." [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
I " OIUaiNAL POETRY. "TKUE TO THEE." Although 'ti« through a chequered scene ■ My varied life has passed, My heart unaltered, still has been Devoted to the lust; No other face, howerer fair, Has earned one thought from me, My end, my aim, my constant care, Was—to be truo—to thee. I've wandered 'midst/the medley throng, But felt no charm'is these ; My love for thee, was far too strong For other forms to please ; They only made me yet more glad Unto thine arms to flee, And realise the joys 1 had In being true to thee. Thus, when old age its mark shall set Upon that placid brow, I'll Tiew the change without regret— Will Iotc thee then as now, • And summoned to eternal rest, My parting words shall be, The echo of this faithful breast—• -*.— " I have been true to thee." August, 2nd 1873.
The Record. EMERALD HILL; THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1873. THE NEW COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
emerald hill : -'^si'Ws^AY, AUGUST 14, 1873. THE NEW COUNCILS. Now that the contests are over, which were very severe both in Emerald Hill and Sandridge, it is to be hoped for the future prosperity of the two dis tricts that the hatchet will be buried so that we may have no recurrence of the disgraceful scenes and feelings of personal animosity which have been detrimental to the business of the rate payers, and derogatory to their position as councillors. At Emerald Hill the chosen three are Messrs. ISTnoro, Page, and Foote, the two first-named being experienced in municipal affairs, and the latter, an entirely new man with respect to his position-and-knowledge- of his duties as councillor. The same applies to Mr. A. E. Aitken, who, together with :Messrs. Burroughs-and Gresham, has been elected for Sandridge. No "doubt' there are a number "of .persons:, disappointed. in : not getting their man " in," but this is a natural consequence at every electipn, and we would remind them . thu...
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
"WEIGHTS AND MEASURES' UNION. Tite following is a report of a conference in the matter of a proposed "Union" under 27 Vict. No. 215, between Emerald Hill and Sandridge : —The conference above-named was held at the Town Clerk's oflice, Sandridge, on Tuesday, 22nd July ult., at Four p.m., when there were present on behalf of Sandridge : Crs. May, Poolman, and the Town Clerk ; and on behalf of Emerald Hill: Crs. Sturt, Banks, and the Town Clerk. The result of the conference is embodied in the fol lowing recommendation, viz.:—" That the Town of Emerald Hill and the Borough of Sandridge be a ' Union' under ' The Weights and Measures' Statute.' ' That the Emerald Hill Council state in writing to the Sandridge Council the terms on which it is desired to establish the 'Union,' and that soon as the terms shall be mutually agreed upon, the necessary steps be taken to hare the * Union' proclaimed."
ANOTHER DISTRESSING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
ANOTHER DISTRESSING CASE. The above cry is heard every day wherever we go. !N"o sooner has the sympathy of the community been evoked for some..poor; widow with" a large family unprovided for, than we have a man who has been injured by an accident, thereby rendering him incapable of following his usual em ployment, and so on untilthe distres sing fact even becomes a taxation, as it is well known that no district near Melbourne, is called uponrin the cause of charity as Emerald Hill and Sand ridge, and unquestionably none more ready to respond than the latter place, which the list of successful efforts will prove. It may be very hard in a number of cases, but we can confidently speak that in a majority of instances it is carelessness, and therefore the fault is their own, inasmuch as many men who have a fair average weekly income make no provision for the future, but spend all their earnings indifferently, and should illness or death, from acci dental or other causes take them away fr...
THE MUNICIPAL SPRING MEETING. THE TOWN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
THE MUNICIPAL SPUING MEETING. Br "Trr." The Tow Platb. As I anticipated, there was the largest concourse of ratepayers ever congregated on the Mechanics' course on Tuesday last. The day opened very cloudy, and during the running frequent showers fell, mating the ground very heavy which -was an advantage to the strong veteran lioises Tam o'Shanterand Ped. Punctual at nine o'clock the live horses made a splended start, Ped, -with a slight lead, evidently with the idea of cutting out the running, but it was found that he had started at too smart a pace, and from the unevenness of the ground, he sprained his off fetlock which made him run lamo. When abont half way round, Nails put on a Bpurt but was soon overtaken by the Knight, who was jockeyed in splendid style. It being feared that Tam would not be able to keep up the pace, Knight's rider kept by him allowing the " old un " to have a slight advantage, and when they passed the Judge, about half-paBt four, Tam was leading with Knight, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
Holloicai/'s fills. — Nothing preserves- the health so well as an occasional alteratiTe in changca of weather, or when the lierrei aro un strung. These Pills act admirably on the stomach liver, and kidneys, and so thoroughly purify the blood, that they are the most- efficient remedy in warding oil' derangements of the stomach, fever, diarrhoea, dy»entry, and othor maladies, and giving tone and energy to debilitated constitu tions. All who. have the natural and laudable desire of maintaining their own and their family'* health, cannot- do better than truBt to Holloway's Pills,- which cool, regulate, and strengthen."
FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY. Strive ye to mount by the my»tical ladder, "Which Jacob saw leading to heaTen from earth Hearts growing stronger, more steadfast and gladder, Embracing the steps which this ladder gaTe berth. Faith is the first—it sustains and unites us, Helps us to trust and confide in oach other; Faith is the tie which (undoubting) invites us Really to feel each true Mason a brother. Hope is the second—when troubles assail us, It pictures a future, a term to our care; Hope, is the anchor most sure to avail us, When life'B present gloom points to naught but despair. Charity next, is that love universal, Which breathes but good will, and with sympathy glows; Charity is the indulgent despersal Of kindness, which softens humanity's woeB. R. D.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
OK LOOTG-I>"G SUIT, AS 'I .IDE .VXD CU'T 1;V THE .PRIXCBjK OF TABLORS, raoivr ss». A most useful suit. •>.'V FASHIONABLE - JXT"V3Ei2>5'IXc E A. TTI RE, Young Gentlemen's Siiifs ;i5 IMado and Ciit by the PIUXCES OF TAILORS* x*K,OIVr 25s. S. G. NIOOLLS & CO., THE EEXOW^ED . PRINCES OF TAILORS, Paiefot Overcoat ifakers, Juvenile Clothiers^ ■ " -..Outfitters, .See. " City Establishment: .* ONLY *18 & SO SWANSTOiT STREET,; MELBOURNE. ■' Public Notices. - COACHBUIiuDERS, . . 35 CLARENDON ST., EMERALD HILIi.n Builders of every description- of Vehicle,- both American and .English, 50 per cent, lower than any. other house, in ^ the. colony. ' All -work guaranteed. .. ;.i -...'i CdALS^,:;.:, ->* '•■•U; -W.-CARRICK.; Is uevv lacdinsr, cx " Koh-i-noor,ii cargo ef A. A. Compy.'s Coals at the Saudridge Town Pier, which ■will be supplied at the LOWEST CURRENT RATES. Orders received at the Town-Pier, or his yards. Bay-street, Saudridge. ...... J: V■■ JAMES .■ PAIJLIftV-'...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 14 August 1873
THE ELECTIONS. At Emerald Hill an immense amount of interest was taken in the Town Council Elections, and notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather there was a large crowd of ratepayers congregated at the Mechanics' Institute to hear the declara tion of the poll. Throughout the dav cabs and other Tehicles were being driven to all parts of the town, placarded "Vote for Page,"&c. Towards the time of closing the poll the excitement be camo intense, as it was believed by some that Mr. Nimmo would be thrown out and Mr. Stead re turned in his place. Shortly after five o'clock the Returning officer (Mr. J. Whiteman) announced the following numbers as having been polled by the various candidates:— o £ o a a £ tD C3 Ph ■3 9 02 . | Sturt • A and B ... 123 *123 118 102 29 130 130 152 108 1 55 F to H ... 134 163 135 146 52 I to L 87 96 - 101 78 33 M to 0 . .. 113 136 , 145 ■ 97 43 PtoS...... .188 196 168 161 57 T to Z 90 109 92 107 38; Total... 865 953 911 799 307 He therefore decla...