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HOTHAM BOROUGH ELECTION. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
HOTHAM BOROUGH ELECTION. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser Sir—In a recent issue of the Age ap- pears a letter from one who attended both meetings, wherein certain facts are stated, and some very important facts left out. I attended both meetings, and beg to state the simple facts are as follows ;—A meet- ing was called by Mr. Jelfs (our retiring member), at Mrs. Parnell's Hotel, to select a gentleman to stand in opposition to Mr. Cronin. Several gentlemen were asked to stand, also Mr. Hutchison ; for various reasons they all, with the excep- tion of Mr. Hutchison, declined to stand ; he was proposed and seconded. So far, up to then, he was the man ; but several very important electors of the ward came in, and on being informed what had taken place, proposed the adjournment of the meeting till Monday night, at the Royal Park Hotel, and whoever should hare the majority of that meeting should have the entire support of that party. Mr. Hutchi- son agreed to that ; the meeting...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 29TH. (Before Wm. Clarke, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Police. HOTIIAM COURT. TRnsDAx, JLtr 290m. (Before Win. Clarke, Esq., .T.P.) Dauiss AN DIsoaDnntY. - Alex. Campbell and Frank Thurshopo were each fined Gs. or 2..1 hours' impnsonment for the above offence. Tnunsons, JULY 81sT. (Before Dr. Lloyd, chairman; Messrs. Fogarty, Laurens, and Clarke, J.P.'s.) IAINTENANxOE. - Goodsir v. Goodsir. This was a case of wife desertion, in which the order of the bench went against a Mr. Goodsir for maintenance some twelve months ago. Goodsir had obeyed the order of the court regularly to pay his wife 35s. a week, and had borrowed money to do so. -lis earning were not sufficient to enable him to do so any longer, his friends from whom lie had borrowed the money to coismply with tihe order hav ing becoome tired of ndvancing money. Goodsir said he was content to return to his family, but his wife did net seem excessively eager to receive lim. The order was renewed for a weekly pay. ment of 35s., with 23s. costs. Notice was given of appeal. A.ssurLT.-L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Drapers, etc.' PUBLIC NOTICE -0--* BAXTER'& CO ..... to inforim the:public that having purchased AT A GR EAT? DISCOUNT A Z'ARG? 'STOCK DRAPERY GOODS They are able to give some RARE BARGAINS HORROCK'S LONG. CLOTH GREY CALICOES SHEETINGS DRESSES CLOAKS AND JACKETS FRENCH MERINOES". TWEEDS MEN'S AND, BOYS' CLOTHING SHIRTINGS BLANKETS TAPESTRY CARPETS; --0--*-- The above Goods will be ready for public inspection ON SATURDAY NEXT. BAXTER & CO 27 and 29 ERROL ST., HOTH;AM, ' Drapers, etc. SI TOTORIA HOUSE, S 74, 70, and 78 VICTOIIIA STRIEET, Hotham. E. CRONIN, Begs to announce that he is now shabowing the Latest Novelties in WINTER GOODS of which an early inspeoction is invited. French Merinones, is. lid. Winceys, from 41d. Flannels, from Ilrd. THE MILLINERY DEPARTIMENT har received especial attention, all the new shapes of the season having beeoon early se. oured, which for quality and style cannot be surpassed. while the prices are such as to Defy Competition. THE DRESSN...
British & Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
SBritish & Foreign. DR. FEATIERBTONS has issued a descrip tive catalogue in Einglish, French and German, of the exhibits in the New Zea . land court of the Vicunto Exhibition. The r- worthy doctor intends, it is understood, shortly to pay a visit to Vieuna. 'THE " CUITEmoI N "-which promises to be the standard for all time of gastro nomic excelleunce-building by Spiers and , Pond, is ;soon to be opened. "To gather under one roof facilities for great banquets, rechterchd little dinners, modest repasts, the conveniences and comflorts of a club, the 8, gaiety and pleasant companionship of a drawingroom, the independence of a public resort, and the security of a select assembly, is what intended to be done; and to these are to be added provision for amusements of a refined character, where variety will ,, be secured in tihe itellectual as well as the material menu." - Os hundred and thirty first-class steamers are now employed on the various 3, lines plying betweeun New York and...
WORKING OF THE EDUCATION ACT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
WORKItNG OF THE EDUCATION ACT IN ENGLAND. From the Nottingham Guardian we ex tract the following report of police cases at the Town Hall, showing that the authori ties in the old country appear determined to carry out the principle of compulsory education:-School Board cases.-Timothy Ward was charged with not sending his child to school. Mr. Packer represented the School Board. In defence it was pleaded the child was suffering from chicken pox. The summons was allowed to stand over on a :promise being given.-Robert Wid. dowson was charged with a similar offence. A fine of 2s. Od. was imposed.-Thomaos IIeard (represented by his wife) .was fined 3s. Gd., to be paid within a week.-John Chambers (represented by his wife) was fined 2s. Gd. for a like offence.-John Litchfield was charged with not sending his two children to school. It was stated that they had been sent regularly. The summons was adjourned generally.-W-Vm. Astill was charged with not sending his child to school. Fined 2s. ...
Tales and Sketches. A HORRIBLE DREAM REALISED. A TELEGRAPHIST'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Tales and Sketches. A HORRIBLE DREAM REALISED. A TEtEdORAP'II srTs STORY. "Ann must you really go away and re main all night in that nasty old box of yours, and learo your Little Rosebud, as you call her, all alone here, to imagine all sorts of horrid things happening to her poor old boy ? Couldn't you stay at home just for this one night ? " "Couldn't possibly do it, my love," said I, struggling into my greatcoat, and pos sessing myself at the same time of my big driving-glove', which my little wife was absently trying to fit on her own little hands. "Not if I very much wished it Willie? Do you know I felt so strange and lonely last night when you were away, that I could hardly make up iy mind to go to bed at all, and tonight I can scarcely bear the thought that you should be so long absent. You know what a timid, foolish little thing I am." Her arm quietly stole around me, and she looked lup to my fare with a wisatful, anxious look, while a tear stood glistening in the corners of ...
Facetiæ, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Facetiae, &c. SI'uTrnsERNG FROM "J'UDY'" PeFN. Rabbit poachers are said not to be particular to a hare.- A Tour de force: A police man's rounds.-" I shall be all right," says Ioger, "if I layon the field." "If he gets tight, as usual," says Podger, " he probably will."-Back as many horses as you like, but you had better not back them through shop-windows-it comes expensive.-A race is sometimes won by a head, but the legs generally land all the money.-Some of those take too much to drink on the Downs, take it as a matter of course.-The Latest Noose : Caslerft has retired.-'T'he Khiva Expedition: Our correspondent tele graphs us a striking instance of the differ ence in the domestic Ihabits of the East and WVet. Here, the Queen and every woman in England is wont to keep hot water in a can ; there, the Czar and all his courtiers delight in keeping the Khan in hot water. -'The Olympic playbill says, "Doors open at seven; -7.30, to oblige Benson." Who is Benson, that the time sho...
THE EASTERN WARD ELECTION. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
THE EASTERN WARD ELECTION. To the Editor of North Melbourne Advertiser &nbsp; Sir—Allow me to place before your numerous readers the facts which have caused two candidates to oppose Mr. Cronin instcad of one. At a meeting called by Mr. Jelfs at Mrs. Parnell's Hotel (when twenty or more persons attended), Mr. Thomas, with others, were asked if they would allow themselves to be nomi- nated. Mr. Thomas positively refused. He then proposed myself, my name was seconded by Mr. Nicholls, and unani- nimosly agreed to. After this, does it ap pear honourable, I ask, on the part of Mr. &nbsp; T'homas to attend a second meeting three days afterwards for the express purpose of moving all that was done at the first, without assigning any reason, and allow himself to be nominated in opposition to the man lie actually nominated him self. I was asked if I would abide by the decision of this packed meeting of Mr. Thomas's supporters. My reply was— since I found Mr. Thomas had entirely...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
AGENTS FOR THE "NORTH MBELBOURNE ADVERTISER." HithamM[r. E . Lyons, 27 Queonsberry st. Carltoa.le. J. .alander, 6 Elizaboth street.. Mr. Gregory, Lygon street. Brunswick-Mr. Eukersall, Sydney road. Coburg--Mr. Turnham, Sydeny road. Colliagwood-Mrs. McMullin, 1904 Gertrude street. Ezst Collingwood-Mr. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. , Fitzroy-Mrs. Woodruff, Brunswick street. W ANTED an apprentice to the printing business. Apply at the ofice of this paper. WI ANTED a Turnover. Apply at the office of this paper. flotham N1otices. BORIOUGH OF HOTHAM. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Special Meeting of the Council of the Borbegh of Hotham, held in the Town Hall, Hotham, on Monday evening, the 21st day of July inst., it was resolved by SPECIAL ORDER. 0That whereas the occupation trade or - +" " I?-a.eUznoýchwndler heretofore established and now carried on bh"y$ Warne in. the premises occupied by him, situate in the Flemington Road, in the Borough of Hotham, and being allotment 3 and...
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 4TH. (Before C. E. Strutt, P.M., and Mr. Bond, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDY, AUGUST 4TH. (Before C. E. Strutt, P.M., and Mr. Bond, J.P.) Police v. A. Fathener.—Not having proper control of his horse and dray; fined 5s., and 2s. 6d. costs. Police v. Henry Phillips.—Leaving his horse and spring cart without control, fined 5s., no costs. Templestowe Road Board v. Henry Crouch. —Having an unregistered dog; fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs.—Templestowe Road Board v. Wm. Bogle.—Rates, 15s.; order for amount and 5s. costs. George Clem- ents was charged with stealing the sum of £1 4s. from Adam Fox, a man in the em- ployment of Mr. Davey; the prisoner was described as a rag and bone collector; he was discharged, there being not not sufficient identification. He was then charged with having no lawful visible means of support, but his mother and his employer were called to disprove this alle- gation; after consulting for some time, the bench discharged the prisoner with a caution.
BRUNSWICK COURT. (Before C. E .Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Overend, Fleming, and Talbot, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
BRUNSTWICK COURlT. (Before C. E. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Overend. Fleming, and Talbot, J.P.'s). Thie business at this court was of a most unimportant character, and consisted of minor police ofenaces. Edmund Mlurray, for having no name on dray, was fined Is. Gd.; Jolul Woolyard bor tihe same offence was fined 5s. ; Charles Cros.s for driving on footpaths was ordered to pay Ss. Gd.; Thomas Mulhall, for allowing offensive matter to be deposited on his land, was fined 12s. Gd.; Patrick RIears, for mnaking use of abusive language, was fined 10s. and Al Ss. Gd. costs or in default fourteen days imprisonmuent.
Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
Recipes. SAUSAGE MF.AT.--lut etrsiy pound of meat, two tea-spoons powdered sage, one teaspoon powdered thyme, one teaspoon black pepper, oa1t and a half teaspoon salt, one teaspoon. saltpetre (dissolved in water) for every 121bs. meat. After mixing thoroughly, made into cakes and fry as for the table; pack in stone jars to within two inches of the top, pour melted lard over until the jars are filled; cover closely, and they will keep a year. When wanted for the table, take out of the jars, and after taking oil some of the lard that adheres to them, put into a skillet and heat through. They will be as nice as when first made. Coos?s?N DRIED CoRN.-Wash the corn In cold water, and then put it in the tin or earthern vessel in which it is to be cookedi pour cold water enough on it to soak it ; let it stand over night or two nights, when put at the back of the stove, where it will heat but not boil. Then season ready to be served. Dried corn sufficiently soaked makes most excellent soup b...
METALLING STREETS IN CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
METALLING STREETS IN CAIRLTON. At tse quarlerly motian of thlp City Council, held on Siturdlay, Councillor Richardson, pursuant to notice, mo'ed that, with a view of connecting the northern portion of the city with the made streets, it be an instruction to the finance committee tomnako an arrange mont with the Union Bank for an advance of £6000, for the improvement of the following streets ;--Lygon street, between Church streot and Reilly street, - OQ1; Drummond street, from Roilly to Churoh streeoots, £100 1 athdowo stroct, frvm ileilly to Church streets, Lo10tid; Freeman street, trom Lygon to Nicholson streets, £2175; Newry street, from Lygon to Rlathdowno streets, £700 ; total, £.6000. To be a chargo against Victoria ward, and to be repaid by equal instalments, extend ing over a period of three years, out of the portion of the general rereno wihich the ward would be entitled to. The tMayor admitted that the works were greatly needed in that part of the city, and suggested that th...
COBURG ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, 4TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
COBUJIG lOAD BOARD. MONDDAY, 4rTI Auousr. The usual monthly meeting of the Coburg Road Board was held on the above date. A communication from the Under Tr.easurer in reply to a letter, informing tthe .Board that the provisions for the en edownmsnt of road districts having termi hated it' 1872, they were not entitled to any endoe;lient for the current year was received and laid on the table. Circulars were received from the shires of Wyndham, Mansfield, and Jika, informing the Board that they had resolved to convoke a conference of the .variotts shire councils tlhrotughout the ,country to take into consideration the 'wholo question of shire cndlowment; the •conference to take place atW1Veber'a Ilotel, •on Tuesdny, the htht September next, at .eloven o'clock. and re,'uesltig the .Board to send delegates., whicth r 'lws agreed to. MIr. G. B. Wilson, the Secretary to the School Board of Advice, applied for the 'use of the board room to hold meetings in: agreed to. The Inspector of Nuisa...
BOARD OF ADVICE, CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
UBOARD OF ADVICE, OA2RLTON. STh?f'rilibty'fot the "el$ction has been settled at last, and the members will at once proceed to work. The result of the election has given very general satisfac tion, and it is to be hoped that the feeling exhibited during the contest, by a section of the community, will gradually die out. One of the first duties of the Board ought to be the establishment of a good night school, the completion of the Lygon street school, and the repair of the stockade approaches.
FITZROY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 6TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
FITZZROY COUNCIL. W".ODNESDAY, fGTH AUGUST. Aldtter from the lion. George Harker was read, declining to support the South Nlelbourne Gas Company's Extension Bill, on the ground that tihe Collingwood Gas Company, of which he is a clhirruma, gives employment to a number of pc, sons living in Fitzroy and Collingwood, who spend their wages in the district, and it would be unwise on his part to jeopardise the interests of a most important local indus try that pays £400 per lbrtnight in wages, while the rival coni an:lv is never likely to Spend a shilling in the district. The letter was received from the -Ion. T~. 1I. K. "Vale on the same subj?~t stating that lihe ''would give his attention to the matter; a letter was received from the Market Gar deners' Association inquiring whether the Council'were willing to establish a market - nithin the town boulndaryofsize suilicient to accommodate the whole of the persons now attending.the Eastern Iarcket. Rleferred to the Public Works Committee. ...