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HALF THE COST OF PAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

IIALF THE COST OF PAVEMENT. Sir--" Ratepayer":in your issuof . the 12th inst. states " I mould -ask' them :by what authority they' spent :£2,373 on patent composition pavement out of the loan, and defy them to show any author ity for doing so. Now, Sir, I enclose you oe authority, that is tho.ollficial loan, schedule, from which you will see at a ilmnc, that out of the £10,500 borrowed the only specific work mentioned therein to be done out of the ablove lump sum, was a'TownH-all, £3500, and:Jamp pil. lars and lantoers £150, in all, £3,650 for a specific purpose, leaving the sum of £15,850 as per loan schedule to be ex pended'in forming, .kerbing, chaonelling; metalling, flagging or otherwise improv ing streets. ' This shows that the Coun cil had authority to spend-under the loan seleduld the largo sum 6df216,860 iriany' manner. they thought most advantageous to the borough; notwithstanding the as sertion of this tall, talker and would bp. champion of the councillors, who attempt by...

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THE COLLECTION OF HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

THE COLLECTION OF HALF' TIIHE ,.COST OF PAV[ING FOOTPATHS. Sir--our correspondents.in your last issue, hit the real and most important mark ono the above question, when tlhey so pointedly drors the special attention of the shIopkeerpors in, Queonsbarry, Errol, and VicStori:t streets, to the serious fact that not to collect thle £2,000 duo to the Coun cil by certain Councillors and other owners of property, fbr half the cost of paring tthe tbotpaths upon which their properties abnutt, unnns an entire cessation of iiprovcmsnt. in the B.orough, as the Council without this monoey, to which they aro entitled by law anod practice, aro thorotghl- p:aralysed. thel borough fund being tLtt.i is very noutent. despito the htlarg stuns paid in for rates prior to theo 1Utli of Juno, ovordrawno to the extcal of £1,2?o. .And I fool' certain 'tht i shopi. I keepers, ,bankers, and publicans will readily perceive that the cessation. of im. t provement consequent upon the non. collection, of this large...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JUNE 26TH, 1874. THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIIDAY, JUNE 2GTrr, 1874. THE APPROACHINcG ELEC TIONS"IN IIOTIlAM. Considerable interest: appears to be: taken ini the approaching elections in the Borough' of .Iiotham. .There are two parties in the Council which appear to be pretty well defined. Councillors Carroll, TVhite, Thomas, Caine, and the the. Mayor comprise the majority, and control the municipal business of the borough. Councillors Laurens, Clarke, Ryan, 'and Paton are in the minority, and object to being left out in the cold. The result of the election will therefore determine which of the two parties are to conduct'thes 'public business for twelve nionths; and the victors will also have the appoinment of Mayor ini theirhands. As!a general rule, it is a matter;of but small importance to the ratepayers which I of the two' sides are successful. . Both havea their einds to accbmplish, and these are very often selfish ones. ,Bint thli ap proaching election will differ from pre vious ones to some, exte...

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COUNCILLOR WHITE'S AMENDMENT.—ITS EFFECT ON THE WORKING-MAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

COUNCILoi0 WRITE'S AMEND-' : MZENTZ =rTS' EFFECT ON` THE SWORKING-TAN. Sir-You did me the favor to insert in yosrlast issu0'd lotter in WhichI ondeav ouied to show the very injurious effects that would have resulted to those rate payeors occupying business premises had Councillors Carroll, Caine, White and Co. succeeded in carrying their amendment " that owners of property should not pay any of .the cost of. paveutont," I now wish tosiy a few. words with regard to its offect on:the workingmen of Hotham. - In the first place, had the amdndment been carried= it would have had the effect'of depriving the borough treasury of. over "£20000 which it is by law, entitled to re ceive. :This wouldihave beeo a great loss to: erery ratepayor (exoept the, favored few) -in the boroogh, for it w'opld have necessitated.an immediate increoso in the rates:of the 'boroughi The lose would, however, have been particularly great to the workingman; for it would not have only inerdese l his rates, but it. ...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Letters to' tie' Editor. GY The Editor does no identify him selftwil the opiuidnof a oif.eio pondlents, nor un dertak to return oDe hold hiesnelf respousible for the spfety of any conmmunication. ''" - ?'CorrespoU dence and 4paragraphs of local interest bini?l fjuuii/ied by readers should be iwritten on one side of the paper only, and be forwarded as early in the weelc as possible; tddressed `to the i" Editor." " "'All letters must be accompanied by the rcal name and address bf thIeiirildr-not for piublication, butitss a guirantee of good faith. t "CarCorrespondents would oblige us, aid save oei/ieoesndisappooinitent anid anamyance, STseding i rn thbi contributioais before T 'hurslarse o. ,J1.i i

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GOLDEN WEDDING IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

GOLDEN WEDDING IN BlUNS S WICK.' ': .. A golden wedding colobration is a -raro occurrence in Brunswick, for within the memory of that singular being, the "oldest inhabitant," only one had taken placo in the history of this rising township. At a largo family gathering on Friday evening, June 12, the second golden wedding was celebrated at the'residence of itMr. Dods; Sydney road. It was' a pleasant family gathering, and the venerable couple re ceived the felicitations of their numerous descendents in a truly dignifie inmanner. The venerable sire looked as if he might do good yeoman service for many more -years to come. The unobtrusive and kindly,bearing through a long- residence have.secured to this venerable couple the loving regard of all their neighbors.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

ROMAN CATHOLIC CIIURCII, BRUNSWICK. The Roman Catholics of Brunswick are beautifying their 'pretty little church, on Sydney. road, and placing a substantial and.ornamental fence around it. A.resi dent priest would boe a great acquisition. and as there is ample room for building him a resbytery it is to be iope before long thatsuch a step will.be. taken.

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THE BRICKMAKERS' SOCIETY, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

,TLE I3IICKMAK1 EIS' SOCIETY, * 'BRUNSWIOK. . The fortnightly moeeting of the Victorian *Brlckimakcrs' and Brickmakers Tabomror' Union Society ,was hold on Wednesday evening; in. the Oddfollows' I-Iall; EBrins wick. The President, (Mr. Alfred Griin wood), occupied the chair.:. Most :'of the business transacted was of apurelyroutino character. In': reply to a communication from the Secretary of the Amalgamated: Trades' Society, dloegates were appointed to attend :ai meeting of the. Conference. Committee at the Trades' Hall, Carlton. The chairman mentioned that a meeting of ladies would be held on Monday evening to take into' consideration the best means of obtainhig a banner for the Society.

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HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

10.25 a ( .? spa Ox P f4 EUTR { Monky orders .Crnd~ this ofic.j~mhd .the unal amuiltiei'are a t6/depoiitora in the Savings' Bank.' OABLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' Malls are despatched from this office at- -6.?% lnxarrinlat lbourn at 7.44 nm'm 8.40 p.m,' , ,, . , 4p.m. 4.40 p.m.2.. ...;,, .. 544 p.m. Money orders are issued at thlis oflco, and the usual facilitiesare affjorded'todoepositors of the Savinga',lank.

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AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

rr AGENTS FOR THE" 'XAViuTISERT " Hothame: Mv. IE. Lyonas. 27. Qugenebaoryr qt. Carlton; Mr. J. Calandor,8 1liirlbeth street, Mr. Gregory, Lygonstreet. Brunswick :' Mr',REckeraa,$ydeY .' roa. Coburg: 'Mr, Turneham;- Syr ny road.. tJolliugwood :i:re.- MeMulliii .104 Qortrode street. .,Est CqoingwobL Mr. iT. Capper,:130 Wellingtonlstreet.~ ,. ;~ Iitzoy.:: Mrs. Woodruffe.13runswiok tr-eet HXeidelberg and AI~lphipgo7+dir. 0 IKese.e

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LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

LIST OF MATCOIES FOl ENNSUINI SEASON. UAIIoTON IMlP'ERIAL F. .'A 2 LD TWENTY. Juno 20-Albcrt Park (2nd 201 at Albert Parl:. Juno 27-West Melbourno at Royal Park. July 14-Vacant.' July 18-South Park (2ld 20) at South Park. July 25--Stauloy at tnivorsity Paddock.' Aug. 1-Albert uat University Paddook. Aug. 8-Vacant. Aug. 15-Albert Park (2nd 20) at Unlvorsity Paddook. : Aug. 22-Stanley at Military Reserve; Aug. S-Vauclntlseo at University Paddock. Sept. i-West lMelbourno at University PL'd dock. S8pt. l2-Alma at University 'addoolk. Seopt. 1-Star of: Iliohmond at University Paddock. Sept. 26-Vaualause at Itichmond Paddock. Oct. 3-Alblirt Park at lRichmond Paddock. Got. 10-.Vacant.' Out. 17-Vacant. OIRUNSWICL F. C. Juno 27-Southern at IBruns;ioek. July i-Essanddn ait runswick. July l-Willineustoawn at Brunswick. uly 18-Cliftoun at llrunawic. July 25-West IMolbouine at Roy3al Plark. Aug. 1-Carlton Imperial at University Pad. cldock. Aug. 8?Hawtlhlorn at Bllrunswiok. Aug. 15--Northern at ...

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Football Notes CARLTON V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Football N'otes. 13Y SonCRI AGE. CAtRLTON V. MtELOOURNO. The balmy air could hardly be said to breathe invitation to the weary tradesnian,' or pent up clerk who interests himself in football or other manly sports on a Satur dayafternoont.to prooeed..to the Royal . serk lat taturday, tit order to see tlo above match. In fact the weather looked threatcning, the clouds were not leaden only, but in some places uhbsolutely black, and evidently in humor to drenchl the individual who would persist in braving all danger in order to see. good football. But the enthusiast at that game is not to be put off even with the prospect of that most uncomfeortablo of. visitations, a good wetting, not forgetting the probable after results of a bad cold, and still worse, a congestion: of the, lungs. Enthusiasm therefore carried the day, and investing itself in overcoats, scarfs, gloves, and all the other paraphernalia to keep out the cold ands'vet,' and carrying also the ever lasting umbrella, proceeded...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE IMMIGRANTS AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

ENTEII'T1A2NI1MENT AT TIlE DI MIIGtAINTS' AID SOCLETY. The members of the Brunswick Tonic Sol-fa Singing Class, under the lcadership of their teacher, M1r. It. P. Lord, gave a a pleasurable entortainment to the inmates of the Immigrants' Home, Princes Bridge, on Wednesday evenin' last, 24th inst. Mr. Greig, tto Superintendent of the home, introduced., the choir, in a short address. The entertainment con sisted of two-part songs, sacred and secular. The first piece on the pro grammoe was an anthem-" Come. unto me," which was well rendered. "Jerusa lem, my glorious home," was also given in excellent time, and showed the great at tention on the part of the teacher and her class; then followed several pieces from Lhilips' Sacred Songster. The secular portion of the concert was then com menced'with the beautiful gle--" AEoliun lyre," and wads rendered with good effect, eliciting great applause. Seoveral part songs followed, among which were " My own, omy native land," " Who- is a Ibrave ...

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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

- NATIONAL MUSEUM. The number of visitors to tho National Museum of Natural history and Geology, for tho webk ending June 20th, was 1,513. The Muscum is open to the public daily (Sundays excepted) from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. in the National Museum building at the back of the University.

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

P.O'LICEn GAZETTE. The following extracts are taken from tlihe Viet ria2''olice Gaizette of the 23rd inst.: Stolen from the person of John Murphy, of Limerick cottage, Dorrit street, Carlton .early on-the morning of .the 16th instant, in Bourko street cast, a silver lover open. face watch, " John Murphy, Dorrit st." engraved inside case ; value £8 8s. Stoleon from the person of James Moloney, care of William Ityan,,Homobush HIotel, Abbotsford street, IIothain, on the evening of the 10th instant, in Melbourne, a silver huhting leover watchl,:capped and jewelled, maker George Young, Dunedin, No, 0169D; valuo £~.-On the night of the 16th'inst. the Co-operative Company's' Store at Brunswick was broken into and the following property stolen :-3 half-clhests of tea, weighing about 44 lb. each, 3 boxes of pokoo tea abodt' 20 lb. in each, one pohnd tins of.salmon,.25 lb. "Cameron's \irginia". tobacco, a 7 lb. loaf of sugar, O bottles of pickles, 4 half-pound tins of nmustaid; about 20 lbs. ...

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HOTHAM TEMPERANCE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

HOTHAMI TEIPERlTANCE IIALL. This large and commodious hall was moderately filled on Monday evening, when Messrs. Milburn Bros. gave the third of their series of popular concerts. The vocalists deserving of especial praise wereo Miss Lena Rance, who perlfornlcd her part of the programme in a highly' artistic and creditable style, MIiss Dolly Driscoll, who was warmly applauded, Mr. J. Bould, who sang "The Bay': of Biscay" in beautiful style, Mr. T. It. Dwight, who is always pleasing, and Messrs. Costello. Milburn 3Bros., and Wallace. bMiss Dwight with her usual ability, presided at the piano..

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

*PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. It was' hoped that this dire disease amongst cattle had 'disappeared from the metropolitan district.. A few cases, how ever, make their appearanceo occasioially,' and a few days ago a cow was found in Albion-; street, , Brunswick, .'sufflering severely from the disease. ' The attentidn of the Inspector was ; directed .toit, and on Wednesday evening, the animal was killed aud burned It is well that diseased cattle should be destroyed, bqt a public street is not the place to carry on such an operation. Besides being a nuisance to the locality there is danger attending it.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Miscellaneous. Troubles are like dogs; the smaller they aro the more they annoy you. |A NowYork paperdotiod journaliast" as a man who spends the beat days of his lifo in conferring rtputationw on others add getting nono himeolf. ` The dressmakers are the testsupporters of ovewpapers-thoy pottern.iao every one that falls Into their handa. Wi hat is the cifferonce between a Jew and a lawyor?-,To ons got his law from the. prophets, the ether his profits from the law. A k A French newspaper: makoe the following extraordinary announcement :--"Lord' Sol kirk arrived at Paris this morning. lie is a descendant of the famous Selkirk whose nd. ventures soggestod to DL?)fo hie " lRbinson Crusoe." The legislature of a Western State, having a Bill under consideration for the regulation of tax-oolluotora, au ",honourable member" got upon his fooeet nnad satd, 'Mr.SpoakerI go in heavy fnrthatBill. Toe tsar-cllectors are all a act of knaves. I have beou one my. self for teon yoars." The Bill passed...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

COURSING. J. W. Fleming, Esq.; of Brunswick, is celebrated for possessing some of the finest bred dogs in the colony, and cer tainly for symetry and action they appear to be dillicult to be surpassed. His"Nora" was pitted against Mr. Mansfield's " Fly," for twenty guineas, which he wo' in fine style. As an evidence that Mr. Flemingin follows the sport for its fun and not for gain, he presented, this sum to the fund being subscribed for the Burns' boys. -

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Domestic Economy. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Domestic Economy. ({OCK TURTLE.-TakO a call's head, scald anl wasa it Very. closean, boil it for half an holr, thdn cut' llthel skibfpf b'uit lf,r and remove the tongue. Put rt pint of vealstock and the tongue into a saneoopan with three largo onions, half an ounce of cloves and moe and suflcoient nutmeg to flavor; beat fine in a mortar,.add.a -foggot'olf wore herbs :and alittle ealt. Stow altogether, and when tender, remove the meat, cut into piecee two inches square, and the tongue (which must be skinned) into pieces the same size. Strain off the liquor, put half a pound of fresh .butter into the ntewpan, melt it and add a uarter of a pound of flour, which must be kept stirring tll nstooth ;thei add the liquor etirring tlill llis in; if lumpy, it moust be strained again througha solve ; season pretty well, add a pint of white wine, and some lemon juieoo to flavor, and forcemeat and egg balls broiled, and stow, gently for an hour. If too thick, add some veal stock before stewing fo...

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