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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

NATIONAL MUSEUM. The number of visitors to tihe National Musoeum of Natural'Iistory and Geology, for the week ending Juno 13th, was 1,320. The Muscum is open to. the public daily (Sundays excepted) frbm 10 a.m. tillo p.m. in the National Musoum'uLuilding at thloe back of the U iversiLy.

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THE GAOL RESERVE AS A RAILWAY TERMINUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

TIE GAOL RESERVE AS A IRAILWAY TERMINUS. .Messrs. Curtain and Munro, M.L.A.'s, together with a ,number of members of Parliament and others interested in the central'railway site and the outer circle line of railway, formed a deputation and waited on the Minister of Railways on Tuesday. Mr. Sullivan, in introducing the deputation, briefly mentioned. the desirability of removing 'the Melbourne gaol, aid converting, the site into a Central Railway Terminus. M2r. Munro pointed to the advantages that would accrue to the railway revenue by the establishment of a central railway terminus, and the necessity, owing to th' rapid increase of population in thocity, of removing crimnals ii charge beyond its boundaries.. Mr. Curtain illustrated the advantages that would accrue by using Spencer street as :a goods terminus only, for which its posi tion near the shipping, and the site of future docks, designed it. Although property was valuable, no largo amount need be expended by the Government in ...

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AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

AMENDMENT OF TIIE CONSTI. TUTIION. After an immenso amount of eloquence on the part of hon. members, spread over a weeko or two, the Ministry have obtained a lirge' majority in favor of the Norwegian 'scheme. " l'This is' as it should be. But whlats.next? It is not at all probable "that -tho--'Upper house .will gonsent to commit .an .act of political suididea by adopting the inma sure just passed the Lodwer flouso; arid if the Logislative' Council' rejects 'it; what will result P Is MIr. Francis prepared to accept the adviceo of Mr. IIiginbotham, ignore the Commissioners of Audit;, and carry on the business of the country con trary to theo'constitution:;Ydt such a con tingency, or something similar to it, may have to be resorted to, if any effect is to bo given to the 'voto of the 'Anssembly, otherwise hMr. Francis will be opon'to the chargo of deluding' the country; 'with tempting bait at eleotio' times to.. woo the sweet .oices of the voters. In' the latter event it is not tdiflou...

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BRUNSWICK CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

TIRUNSWICK CONTRACT. The tender of ~fessra. J. and A; Orei ond, to lay pipos and form resorvoirs in thle Iotanical Gardens, and other works, for £29053 14s. 3d., was accepted on Monday bythoBloard of Land and Wcorks. No tender was accepted for the supplyof cast iron pipos for thie Botanical Gardns.

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SMITH STREET, COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

SMITIE STREET, COBURCG. Sir-Could you or any of your iumor. ols subscribers in the district of Cobur, informmoof the whoreabouts of Smith streot, Coburg, (late 'entridgo.) I hive made inquiries of seoeral people but thev do not know of it, but I am sure there is such a street in the district. By answer ing this you would greatly obligo.-Your's; do. OBIQUs. [The Clerk of tho Road Board will no doubt be able to 'supply tho information asked for.--En,. A.]

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CONCERT IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

6ONCERT IN BRUNSWICK. : The concortbheld on WTVdnesdayfor the benefit of Mr. Shaw, of the Coburg Vrolun teers, was wellattended, and no. doubt tho 'proceeds will be devoted in a satisfactory manner. The irifeo .o..Mr Shaw has since died, and we understand that the old man is in a helpless ' condition and really an object of charity;.

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HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

HALF THIE COST OPF- PAVING FOOTPATHS. Sir--At last those councillors, who by an illegal vote attempt to retain money in their pockets which the law and the prac tice of the Borough Council, as well as that of all other Councils, show that they should at once pay, have found at last a would-be champion in your correspondent "Ratepayer." But, Sir, this would-be champion of a bad cause has miserably failed. IHe has not in fact even attempted to deny the following recorded facts, which in their entirety form the unasailable basis upon which those who insist upon the carrying out of an impartial and uni form practice, in the matter of collecting half the cost of pavement, claim to. have a perfect and just right to do so. There is no denial that the Council before con tracting for laying down pavement or flagging, under the loan, obtained the opinion of their standing counsel, to the. effect that they could recover half the cost from owners, after which they ac cordingly shaped their cour...

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NIGHT PROWLERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

NIGHT PROWLERS.-: Some time during the night of the 4th inst. or the morning of the 5th inst. some one stole an oval zinc tub, alarge saucepan, and a cofflo pot from, the yard of Dirs. Musson, in Coburg. 'The articles were taken from off a box standing close to the back door, and although information ,was given:to the police, they have not yet beeii recovered. Seeing thatmany potty thefts have lately taken place in the neighbor hood, it behovosnpeople to be careful and not leave things outside their premises.

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WOOD STEALING AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

WOOD STEALING AT IIEIDEL. BERG. Sir-For a long time I have soone a man cutting down trees and taking the wood to his home from private property at Iloidel. berg. Theland to which°I refer is'on Zion Hill, in front of Mr. Drumnmond's, and adjoining Brown street. I am in formed that the owners of the land reside in Melbourne, so if this should meet their eye they will know what to do in order to punish the thief, for they could got a number of witnesses to prove who it is that steals the wood. I wonder why the police do not pult a stop to such proceedings. It is an injustice to the owners, to the iahabi. tants ot'lleidelberg (especially those who reside on the Iill), and to the picnic par ties from Melbourne and elsewheroe, have the trees cut down and carried away by such mIin persons, an(d the sooner a stlop is put to such I he better for all, except peg, the peggcr.-I am your'., &e., A aliotiig-rink with Amoroian roller skates" ialeatabllahed at Brighton. Eneland, In what n a...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. THE STORY OF THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

Tales, Sketches,j&c. THE STORY OF THE GU{N. [From Victor IIugo's "Ninety-throc."] [L'ho war corvrcts Claymore, sailing from Jersey for the Frencho coast in the service of the Frouch Itoyalists, carried a mystical pea. anuger, whoao name was known only to the captain and chief oficer, but who afterwards appears as the Marquis do Listanea, the Royalist leader in La Vendeo. The breaking loose of a carronade on the gun deck inter rupts a conversation between the throoee mn, and the description of the scene of destruo. tion that ollowed forms one of the most powerful episodes in the novel.] One of the carronades of the battery, a twenty-four pounder, had got loose. This is; pejrhaps, tl most formidable of ocean aoclieona. Nothiug more terrible can happen to a vesselin open sea and under full sail. A gun that breaks its moorings becomes suddenly some indescribable supernatural boast. It is a machine which traneforoth itself into a monster. This mass turns upon its wheeol, has the ...

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Domestic Economy. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

Domestic Economy. AN EXCELLENT RECEmT FOR hLtnKINO BOLLS.-Mi- the salt with the flour, and make a deep hole in the middle. Scir the warm water into the yeast, and pour it into the hole in the flour. Stir it with a spoon just enough to make a thin batter, sod sprinkle some flour over the top. CJever the pan, and set it in a warm place for several hours. When it is light add half a piot more of lukewarm water, and make it, with a little more flour, into a dough. Knead it very well for ton minutes. Then uivide it into small pieces, and knead eaoh separately. Mako them into round cakes or rolls. Cover them, and set them to rise about an hour and a half. :Bake them, and when done, let them remnain in the oven, without the lid, for about ten minutes. NoTrrTINalX PuDnmco.-Peel six large apples, and remove the core in such a man. nor as to leave the fruit whole, then fill up the centre with sugar, place the fruit in a pie dish, and pour over a nice light batter, such as is used for pudding....

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COUNCILLOR WHITE'S AMENDMENT—ITS EFFECT ON BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

COUNCILLOR WHIITE'S- AMEND MENT --ITS EFFECT ON BUSINSESS., Sir-In correspondence that has ap peared in your columns on the questibon of the Loan Fund Expcnditure, nothing has bcoen said as to the effect the amendment of Councillors Carroll, Caine, White & Co. would have had if carriedout on those ratepayers occupying business premises in the borough. It will, I am sure, be admitted by all, that'the more thickly any district is populated, greater will be the amount of trade done therein; and that to induce population to settle in any given locality it is necessary that it be mado as attractive as possible, and there is no way so calculated to accomplish this object as that of forming the streets and keeping them clean. Ilow can it be expected that population will come to settle in IIotham if they cannot got from their houses to the business portion of the borough, to effect their necessary purchases, without getting knee-deep in mire? It was only at the last meeting of the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

Publications. rplE NORTH MELBOURNE ADVER. TISER, Circulating in Hotham, Carlton, West Melbourno, Heidelberg, Brunswick, Coburg, Fitzroy, Collingwood, etc. PUDnSHuED - City and Suburban Edition, Friday; Country Edition, Saturday. The price of the paper is Is. per quartoror 4s. per year, delivered, payable in advance. Single copies, Id. ADVERTISEMENTS. Per inch ... ... ... 3s. tanding notices, as per agreement. TERns---CAser. Advertiseomoits received: for each issue up to one o'clock on the day' previous to publi. eation. Each advertisement should bear upon the manusoript the numbor of insertions required. iWhe? no instructions are sent in '- o eferendeu to t ihemmber.ot-insertionsh-gao advertiadmoni ivill be continued: until: couis trimand,'d, and charged' accordingly,' All orders to alter ar discontinue advertisements from Cobirg, Brlunswick, Collingwood Carlton, and Fitzroy, must be. in writing, and forwarded to the office, 35 Elizabeth "treet north. "All eonimunications intended f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

"AGENTS FOR THE " ADVEITISER " fHIotham Mr.L. Lyons, 27Queeasborry ! st. Carlton: Mr.'J. Calandcr (32lizaboth stroet, . Mr.. Gregory, Lygon street.-. . . Brunswick: Nr. Eckorsal|, Sydney road. Coburg: Mr. Turnham; Sydney road. Collingwood ::Mrs. McMullin, 101 Gertrude itreet.: East Collingwood : Mr. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. r Bitkmy : Mre. Woondruff, Btrunwick street. Eltham : Mr. Andrews. ' ' Heidelberg and Alphington : Mr. O'Keefe. a nk Notices.. AUSTRALIAN CILARTERED BANK QUEENSBERRY and LEVESON STREETS, ?huii Ban"ik open: for General'Banlhig BUsies the ;eeplng of Current" Acoounts; the Granting of'Oain Credit; the rsaipt!'of esy 1'orDedslia ohn Demand-. fot Pm asimontsnh;4 per oent,4 for twelve'months; 5 percent. mto 'ThDisDleoba t of LocalBlillr the Neootia ion, of ,BUls of Erohange 'inEO?|glaud, the Aiutroltc" Colonies,' Jnddthboi pants of'tth Drafts Issned onnEogland, Ireland, Soots lad iatl3aPFranolsoCnat CurrentBataus. .WILLITAM CLARKE, Manager. SNATIONAL BAnk O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

3Drap rs, 'etc. 52 ERROL S TREET,, HOTHAM: OPE N ING NEW:,: D APE RY ESTABLISH M ENT. E: SNELLGROVE eg to state that he is now showing ,LA AMND YVARIED STOC,,, Comprising Manchester Goods, Dresses; N.B.-The STOCK which is ENTIRELY 'NEW will be found well assorted. CASH PRICES In Plain Figures, from which NO ABATE* MENT can be made: ilflinary an;d ressmaking Executed upon the Premises in the LATEST PASHIONS. .su Country Orders punctually at ,tended-tol Note the Address. 52 ERROL, STREET, GgREAT CLEARING SA L BANKRUPT STOCK, &c. GEO. CRAIB, 65 and 67 .:Bourke Street East, Begs to announco that in addition to his own WVINTER STOCK, which he will offer at COST PRICE, he will show, ON SATUR DAY NEXT and following days, a portion of BANKRUPT STOCK. secured by his Home Buyr under most favorable circumstances. INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. The BANKRUPT STOCK consists of SLACK AND COLORED SILKS, 6LAWLS and MANTLES, FANCY DRESSES and COSTUMES. TWO THOUSAND POUNDS' WORTH of very ...

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Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

- Facetis. Mrs. Ellot's now work, The Brides and Widows of the Bible, will not appear until next spring. A IIr'nlr.-Traffi manager (on station. master's report): "Lino not clear yet? Tot-t-t-t IWe shall never be in time for thiu afternon'r collision, you know !" THE V.TIC te IIx.Tr::n.-The Pope : "Sorry wo've nothing in this style (Cardinal's hat) to fit you. Dr. 'Manning. At present we've only got hats for underalzed heads." " TRAtF:onar'rioN ScENE."-lGood Tom. plar : "0 dear no I)Don't mention it I never take anything-I-- !" Fiend (in human. shape): "Nonsense I Christmash time o You'll tako somethine- "-Tem. plar : "Well. If you put it like that, I'll teke-?-" ITke it.] Mtoc AT IIo.\fr.- Mistress (whocan't bear kitchen musi) : "Isn't that ,cook, IMary, singing ' Tae Minstrel boy' ?"--Maid: "Yes, ma am--so dreadful out of tune one can't join in, ma'am I" PAIRENTS' PAIRADISE. We were much impreossd lately by the orderly behavior of a large family of child. ren, particularily at the ...

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ST. MARY'S HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

ST. MARY'S, HOTIIAM. The annual festival will be held in St. Mary's (Church of England) on Tues- day evening next. Tea will be placed on the table at half-past 6 o'clock, after which there will be a musical entertain- ment.  

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 10TH JUNE, 1874. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., Messrs. Breeze, Staley, Lobb, Dr. Talbot, and W. Anketell, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

]31IUNSWICK COURT. Wnr5NIesDA, O1TIt JUNE, 1874., (B1cefore Mr. Strutf, I'.M., Messrs. Breeze, Staley, Lobb, Dr. Talbot, and W. Anketell, J.P's.) A man named Duggan was charged with driving without lights. The defend- ant stated his master (Mr. Cook) only laughed at him when he asked for a proper lamp, the one he had not being fit for use. The case was adjourned so that the master might be summoned. James H. Reid was charged with not having full control over a horse and dray. Constable McKenzie brought the charge against Reid, as the boy who was driving the cart was very small, and the police did not think hin capable of taking charge of a horse and loaded dray. The bench, after deliberation, dismissed the case, cautioning Reid that he must discontinue the practice of having such small boys driving the drays. Daniel McDonald was fined s. anid 2s. ld. costs for not having full control over his horse and dray. Thomas Grillin, for the same offence, was fined 5is and 2s. and 2s. Gd. cos...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, 15TH, 16TH AND 17TH JUNE. (Before Messrs, King and Clarke, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874

Police, HOTIHAM COURT. MONDAY, TuESD.Y, AND 1EDNESDAY, 165rc. 1tirs AxnD17T1r JUNE. (Before Messrs, King and Clarke, J.E's.) A ROLL or DnuNsAxnDs.-Christina ]udspetll, a confirmed drunkard, was fined £5 or 14 days' imprisonment with hard labor.-l'eter Murray, Rose Summer hayes, Margaret Baskerville, all charged with drunk and disorderly conduct, were cautioned and discharged.-Charles Rich ards, for a similar offence, was fined 5s. or 24, hours' imprisonment. TruosDn.y, 18TH JUNE. (Before Ilis Worship the Mayor, Dr. Lloyd,' and Messrs. Laurens and Noonan, J.P's.) Funious Dtrviuxao-David Walsh, charged with furious driving, was fined 10s. and 2s. Gd. costs. A UPooLISt JEou.-James Brazil was fined 5s. and 2s. Gd. costs for driving along the municipal footpath. WAsNDERING Cowss.-Thos. O'Donohoe allowed two of his cows to wander in the street and was fined 2s. Od. and 2s. Gd. costs. SUNDAYTr.tnsAo.-Mary Rennie, the licensee of the Farmer's Arms Hotel, was fined 7s. id. with 2s. Gd. coast...

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THE FLAGGING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

TItHE FLAGGING' , JUESTION Sir--The above quostibil is at' pirosnt attiracting a good deal ot attention, and the columns ,of your. valuable journal have been richly endowed with -the efiusions of " Lover of Justice" on the one side, and "Lover of Fair Play" on the other, &c., &e. Now, Sir, I candidly think that this question is not honestly treated by either party.? It is treated-as all.qdestions:are by the.I -otham Council on purely party and pdrsonal ground.` If'ono side bring forward niiy matter that by the other is considered .suflicient, and is suflcient, to ensure it the most bitter and rancorous opposition, no matter what points the ,question may possess. Now, Sir, I would ask what real work has been done since lanst audit. The auditors'. report, getting rid or the old rate collector, and electing a new one, has supplied those worthy coun cil!ors with" matter'for the indulgence of what seems to the natural propensities ildrsonal abuse. Now those -grave and mom...

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