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SADDLERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
SADDLtnOn.-Mrs. Gartshoro,of Elizabeth street north, announces elsewhere that she is carrying on the business of saddlery, &c., loft her by her husband, lately do. ceased, and asks for a continuance of the favours bestowed upon him. She is pro. pared to executo all orders entrusted to her with care and attention. *
EASTERN MARKET. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
EASTERN MARKET. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser. Sir-In your last issue there was a con. tribution from "Nemo," headed "Review of the Week," which contained a para. graph expressing surprise that the people of North Melbourne were not more alive to their interests by agitating for the re moval of the Eastern Market to the Meat Market Reserve. The writer concludes by saying "It is to be hoped, if the matter should be again introduced into the City Council, that it will also receive the hearty support of the Hotham Council." As this last sentence is likely to mislead many of your readers into the belief that the sub. ject has been abandoned for the present, and cause them to relax their energies, I take the liberty of informing "Nemo" how the matter at present stands, that he may lay it fully before your readers in his next "Iloview of the Week." Some six weeks ago the Market Committee's report recom mended that the Vregetable Market should obe roneovd..from ?Beourko t -tt...
THE CARLTON SCHOOL BOARD. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
TIHE CAILTON SCHOOL BOARD. To the Editor of North Molbourne Advertiser. Sir-It is now decided that there will be another election. Why it has not been decided before clearly indicates that every onicavour has been made on the part of the authorities to got out of the difliculty without another poll. IIowover, after all the quirks and stratagems peculiar to lawyers, Mr. Colos can pride himself that he, for one, has a legal nomination. The scrutiny that his nomination has undergone may be seen by a protest against two of Mr. Colas' nominators, given in last week, on the very face of which it is evident that some of the interested parties who succeeded in the last election are very anxious to avoid a legal poll, hence their endeavour to annul aMr. Coles' nomination by the above protest, which was known to be without foundation. And it is a ques tion worthy of an answer, that as those who protested had an opportunity of ex. amining the nomination papers, will the other candidates be all...
Latest Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
Latest Fashions. Tun reign of light colours and thin materials has commenced, and we fervently hope that the weather will be sufficiently clement to allow of our fair readers wearing all the elegancies prepared for them. STRIPES AND IPATTERN MIATERIALS are very much in favour; but many ladies prefer the plain colours, and we advise all who are at all restricted in the sumse spent on their toilette to select the latter, as they do not get out of date, and can be cra. ployed in a variety of ways to greater ad vantage. There is no particularly new material this month. Of course several old friends have been re-named for the seasoa,:but the noveltices are more in colour and pattern than fabric, GRENADINES, BOTH BILK AnD WOOL, will be much worn this summer, and a black silk grenadine with black satin stripe, will make a most elegant and useful addi tion to every ladies' wardrobe. Many very pretty mixtures of colours are worn. For this purpose the different shades of stone grey adapt them...
CURE FOR DYSENTERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
CURI FOR DYSENTERY. The following extract is from Town and Country (Sydney) :-To the Editor. Sir, -I beg to send you a receipt for the cure of Dysentery. Take about half a teaspoon full of the gum of the native apple tree, dry, pound it up fine, and dissolve in a little water, and drink it. If it does not give relief in one hour, repeat the dose. I have tried this myself, several times, and also given it to many othere, and never known it to fail. I have given it to children, from one year old upwards, in smaller doses, with sanme ttrect. I am, your your obe dient servant, TItOMASB UnKcu.--\\rallaba dub, June 0. THIE Precious MS. known as the Gospels of MacDumaan has, by the consent of the Archbishop of Canterbury, lately been lent for the purpose of having some of its pages photo-zmncographed, to illustrato the series of the National MSS. of Ireland in course of publication, under the direction of the Master of the Rolls, Ireland. The volume has been described in Mr. Kershaw's manu...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. Wednesday, 2nd July. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
Borough Councils. HIOTHAM COUNCIL. Wednesday, 2nd July. Present--His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), Councillors Clarke, Blarwisc, Ryan, White, Paton, Jolfs, and Carroll. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COIRESPONDENCE. Letter from?.essrs. Crawford and Hen derson, asking that composition pavement be laid down opposite their premises. Received, but ordered to stand over for the present. Letter from Richard Cooper, complain. ing of the nuisance occasioned by cows straying at night time in the streets of the borough. Referred to the Public Works Committee. Letter from ratepayers and residents in Elm street, asking that the street be kerhed and channelled. Referred to the Public Works Committee. Letter from Mr. Wm. Berry, asking that the kerbing and channelling in Lothian street. at the rear of the Rose of -efrredYo Pihblt& gits UR fiifit'e +.x Letter from Mr..Dangerfield, asking that the lamp posts be shifted, as they are not in their proper positi...
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
FOOTBALL NOTES. B? SCRIMMAGE. According to arrangements the second twenty of Wiliamstown made their appear ance in the Royal Park on Saturday aftcr noon last to have a friendly struggle with the second twenty of theNorth Mlelbourno. In consequence of some few remarks hay ing been made by the former club reflect ing upon the latter, it was somn little time before everything was in readiness fbr starting. Before going any further it would be as well to state the circumstances which delayed the match. It will be within the recollection of your readers that some three weeks ago or more it may be a team chosen from the North Melbourne, and supposed to repreSent the first twenty paid a visit to Vi illiamstown to play a match. With regard to the match nothing further may be said th tt the North 1Melboun nobAined o?l goal against their sct tlisS~7l re mue" d ,brw Chro)icle," it was at ed that the North Melbou no team were setof mean curs and cowards, and that they tossed with double-headed ...
CARDIGAN STREET EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
CARlDIGAN STREET EXTENSION. As alluded to in a recent issue, the in habitants and freeholders of Cardigan street and its immediate neighbourhood, in accordance with a resolution arrived at by a public meeting held in the Lincoln Inn, and numerously attended, waited on the Chief Secretary, the hon. J. G. Fran cis, at the Treasury Buildings, on Thursday last, the 3rd inst., at 2 p.m. Messrs. Cur tain and Burtt, the members for Nlorth Melbourne, introduced the deputation, which was both numerous and iniluential. Among those present we observed Coun cillors J. Story, J. Pigdon, A. K. Smith, Dr. Lloyd, J.P., William levers, John Kernan, J.P., William Lewis, B. Gleeson, WV. P. Corcoran, li.McLauglan, P.Lynch, WVm. Wood, D. M'Murtie, Cox, Shields, 'Wm. M'Murtie, M. J. Ryder, and Ed wards. There was also a number of gentlemen who attended to oppose the wishes of the deputation, among whom we observed Councillor Anderson, Messrs. Clapperton, P. Fagan, J. Black, C. Nettle ton, Mi. Ryan, Fento...
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
Amusements. THE OPERA. " Statanella" has had a most successful run during the week, andis still before the public. The singing ofthe principal artists has shown a most decided improvement, and the chorus is now well up to the mark. THEATRE ROYAL. "Daisy Farm" still attracts well filled houses, and deservedly so, for the piece has been placed before the publio in a most creditable manner, no expense ap parently having been spared to render it worthy of the management.
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS BANIK. Mails are despatohed from this office at 6.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourne at 7.44a m. 0.55 a.m. ,, a, 10 54 a.m. 2.30 p.m. ,, ,, 120 p.m. 3.40 p.m; ,, ,, 4-p.m. 4.40 p.m. , 544 p.m.
Facetiæ, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
Facetice, &c. Ten ONLY T'ls.--A traveller announces as a fact that he once in his life hbeld people "minding Iheir own business." 'his remarkable occurrence happened at sea, the passengers being "too sick" to attend to each other's concern. A soctAL party at a private house were startled a few nights ago by seeing an empty bottle standing on the table start off on its own accord, and wallz around the decanter. Although the bottle was empty, it is insisted that the company were all sober. " TiE wind's getting round," remarked Bibbs to his friend Buggins, the other day, when it changed fronm cast to twest. "(Glad of it," replied Buggins, "it's been lsharp long enough." AN Eastern journal, never known to ex apgerate, asserts that a rural visitor to Augusta, who read the sign, "LLook out for the locomotive," at a railroad crossing for the first time, cliambed to the top of the pole, and, gazing up the track, anxiously wanted to know where it wase AN editor of many years experien...
REMOVAL OF WARDERS FROM THEIR QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
REiSMOVAL OF WARDERS FROM THEIR QUARTERS. The various officials who have hitherto resided in the Warders' Quarters of the Melbourne Gaol, in Swanston street have received notice to quit on what we are disposed to think fairly equitable terms; still one aspect of this matter is that it is almost too late to consider now what appears-worthy of nto. ~? event-of an emeuto in the 'gaol, it ~ould bto a very serious matter to be compelled to call in the police to quell it, simply because the regular staff could not be communi cated with; under the old system their services were available night and day at the shortest notice.
THE CRUISE OF THE CHALLENGER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
TIlE CRUISE Or TIE CIALLEKaNGER. After the Challenger left St. Thomas extensive soundings and dredgings were carried on and great depths attained. On one occasion the soundin lead run out some 23,850 feet befo a he bottom was soundihgs there was uno less than 2,500 fathoms: On the secol t-day outa melan choly accident occurred, terminating fatally. It was occasioned by the break. ing,of the span by which one of the "iron gios," or blocks of the dredging gear was secured. On commencing to heave in the rope parted, and in its flight struck a boy named William Stokes so seriously that in a few hours he died, having been unconscious the whole time. The next day he was buried with naval honours, in the presence of his shipmates. The entire cruise, hitherto, has been pleasant, and the weather genial but no very important re sults have, as yet, been secured. On the afternoon of April 3, Dermuda was sighted and the ship stood in for this welcomse land, and lay to for the night. The next day...
CONCERT IN CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
CONCERT IN CA1hLTON. A concert was given on Monday oven ing in the Carton - Orderly lRoom, by members of Mr. corraton's Thursday evening Singing class. A feature in the concert being the fiet that all the solo trios, part songs, &e., were rendered by members of the class, and judging from tho manner thcir various efforts were re ceived, they should feel proud of their success. Among the pieces that call fbr special mention aro--" The Wreath," trio and .chorus "Te W-ishing Cap," by Miss Watson (encored); " May Day,' " Early Loveo and Juanita," by Miss Fanny Timms, pianoforte accompaniment by her. sister Julia Timms, both -of which were encored; "Little Gipsy Jano," by Lizzio Armstrong, which was well rendered and encored; "The Old Arm Chair," by Master Waterford, and " Child of Earth," by Miss Campion were both encored; Miss Emily Scabrook sang "Floating on the Wind, and was encored; Miss Hig ginson was successful in her rendering of the song "Far on the deep blue Sea, as als...