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STATE SCHOOL, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

e5 fTdTh e5OI11OL, nJJ11eU awIoJa. The boys of the Brunswick State School, under the management of iMr. Hayden, znot to be behind their brethren in other places, during the last few days have boon rummaging their money boxes for. their contents, and also coaxing their parents and friencTs for subscriotions to the Burns. fund. That they have not worked in vain is evident from the handsome s?un which they have realised.

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

coO NCIt;LoR ItYAN. Sir-Seeing by your report of thodis cussion that took place on the question of the loan fund oxpendituro that Councillor Ryan left the Council Chamber previous to the division being taken, will.Cosnoitlor livatn inhfrns heo burgesses of the WVestern WVard, through your colutmn, whether he left that he might not declare what his opinious were on lant question ; and if not, will he inform the burgesses whether lie is in'lavor dr nod of the owners of pro perty?payirig otie-half the cost of paving. Seeing the important issue depending-,on tlhi question, the burgesses have a right to expo t a distinct statement of his opinion on this question. As'it is. he has greatly neglected his duty to the rate payers of the WeVcstern Ward by absenting, himself from the Council on that occasion, well knowing ashoe did that the question was' one greatly :iflhLting the ijiterosts of that ward. Awaiting ta reply to thoseo' ques tions-r-.a, ,sir, &c., ... .. A l LTI:I'Avcn or ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Sir-It is to be regretted that the sup porters of Councillor Whito's amendment --"that no demand be made on owners of propertyfor a'nyof cost of paving"--havor not taken the course suggested to them ,by the lending journals of Victo-ia,: and re voked the: amebidment onh account of its illegality. It would be moro gratifying to the ratopayers to see these councillors display a little more disinterested zeal for the general welfare of the borough, in stead-of seeking: merely to' mako their public duty subservient to their own pecuniary interests,-ind msaling patriotism dwindle into more avarice. The' object that the framer.s of the Borough Statute law had in view was to, ifford, equal' security to the property of every indi vidual-proteeting the weak against the strong, the poor against the rich.: 'When honestly and impartially administered, it is an adnmirabld icntrirvance, and is sup ported by the respect annd confidacne of the public ; but if itspi roisions are set at defiance, and...

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

31RUNSWICK DRAINAGIE. Froin tho reports of the meetings of the ]Brunswick Council appearing in these columns from time to time, as well as from the legal advertisement appearing in the Age, our readers will have observed what is intended to be done in the way of bor rowing money for drairnago within the borough during the next municipal year. The amount proposed to be borrowed is £8,250, to be repaid in fifteen years. The debentureh are fixed at E50 each, and are to bear.interest at the rate of six per cent. per annum. In the absence of the details ofthe scheme proposed by the Council it is, of course, impossible to pronounce an opinion as to howlfar it will ineet the re quirements of the borough :in this matter. The question is an important one, far be yond the amount of money involved, and unless the judgment of the Council is a wise one very serious and pcrmanent in juries may be inflicted. The past history of Brdnswick has been a succession of mistakes in drainage works, and it ...

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 24TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., Messrs. Breeze, Staley, Dr. Talbot, and Fleming.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

1RUNSWICOC COURT. \yI:)NESDo.LY, 2fTlr JUNO. (Beforeo Mr. Strutf, P.M., 3rtssrs. 3rcooe, Staley, I?r. TaL'lbot, and Fleming.) Jamosr Aoar 1detl ti w: carged by C-.n stabl6 SllnIfiaty with cruelly ill-usingi a horse. fThei l f'diuttl' was driving ai bltter diar, ,od the leading hlorse woas out with tho lrace chtint. Caseodisimisctd. Itobert 'a'rrititot ws chtart;t d with a similar offbnce. Case dismisseold. or n fuilther ehalrgo f drivii:ng on tilht wrong' side of the roadt, hdetlndant woo lined 2s.t fd,. and 11s. (id. co .sts. " TWilliant hatong for niott ltaving full don trol.over hitorslio and drty- ont tlo Sythtloy road was finod os. ,a 2?s. tid. roas. Henry iftleff. for ftho s:iio oflbfet, wao linettl 5a. tand sd. ifd. costs. Tho. defentd. nut was 'veory oit?blo nrd boisterous .in miti m inghis statementian"d had to be aiiu tiondd by the bench. Jdmes Brennan, for being drunk whilst in charge of two loaded drays, was fined 20s.'and 6s. costs, in default seven days'. imppisonment....

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. SATURDAY, 20TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Police. " . i HOTIAM COURT. -` SATUnID.y, 20rn JuxN. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) NAsr?;-Sarah Farrell was.tho utterer of some v'ry-linielegant language in the public street, and was pulled up for the same. Mr. Clarke cautioned her not to do the' like asgain; and let, her- go about hel business, if she bad any, which apparently she hadn't. AoGAIN--The now notorious nMary Jane Donnelly," who has made herself a name and a reputation by her frequent appear ance before this court, was again, to the ofhalfa sovoreign forcher registration .on the piiblic records, and dismissed on pay ment thereof.-So was Thomas Bradley, for half the amount, he being a less fre quent visitor to the "pleasant pastures -of the police 'statin.h MONDAY 22ND Jure. (Before Mr. King, J.P.)' .Scairs,-W-illiam John George Brown and Thomas O'Meara, althougli.thlcey have as yet only witnessed the blossoming of eleven summers, have already attained to the criminal dignity of an alias each. Also, they'dovote their juvenil...

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Borough Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

BoroughiCouncils. BRUNSWICK COUNCII.' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24TII, 187.... Present-Iisi, Worship the Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Staley, Tinn ing, Overoed, Stranger, MacDonald, Hiat tonand.Straw. , - COORRESPONDENCE. .From John Giles, asking .fo. the 're moval.of a nuisance which had existed.on his land in Blyth street. jRefcerredto the Public Works Committee. From the Town Clerk of Melbourne, asking the Council to schd rbpreoactatives to;attend the conference inre Meotropolitan Board of Works. The Mayor and Coin cillor Overend were appointed to act as delegates. . From Johni Price,.a contrabtor, asking that the fine recently .inflicted.by the. Council on him for non performanco of contract be omitted. Referred to the Pdblic Works Committee.: The tender of ' Willia' Fultori, foe leising the toll gate .for. six, months,..,for the sum of t168i3o. 4d. perin mddth,' was a e pb ted. ".... SThere were no tenders accepted for' works'i. Chailcs street, and it was agredd .to altoiathe sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Publications. t r E ' ]"ADVER'TISER." CIRCULATING IN IIOTHALM, wEST MELBOURNE, 'BRUNSWICK, COJBURG, HEIDELBERG, ELTIIAM, CAMPBELLFIELD, PRESTON,.. MIORANG, '&., &c. Published every Week. -'This Journal contains the flull R rEPor OF LOCALr COUNCILD MEETINGS, POLICE CounT. PiOCEEDINGS, CORRESPONDENCES &C A: POPULAR ST- ORY Will b' given each week,;-besides other Useful and Interesting Matter.i The price of the paper is Is. per quarter or 4s5 per year, delivered, payable in advance, SINGLE COPIES-ONE PENNY. All communications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name add address of the writer, and should be sent to the olico'n'ot later than Wednesday nat twelve o'clock. ADVERTISEinENTS. Per inch .. . 3s. Standing notices, as per agreement. TEanus-CAsue. Advertisements rdceived foer each• issue' up to one o'clock on thb day previous to pnblih cation. Each advertisement should bear upon the manusecript the number df insertions required. When no inst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

AUSTRA.IAN: OI A ThREP JDA.: , QURENSBERRY.,aid JEVESO? ETRE lI ':,=n2r .'HOTHA";,!: t1 ,thhna - This 'BanR is sops'atffol GenoerAl,?Balking _... laiiam., the-ksplng of OCatnlt Account., the QGrisslgof·alnik?editi,'.bo xeomopli n( Mouasy orDepositseon' Demand and1 for. IzxedPliodt:-- ;i+. v:iik!,lO .-r oI For six modtl 4 per cent,,pil ,opJr -t"t "for bLlw'lve?lonthe 5 per oent. ol rl The Diiooun ftlOalJ.Billiithe Negotia" tin.o. ;Bilhi alEiohdi.A:idl Edgladd ii ttu Austiail na Coon*s;·and?6therl part' of .the, world. ulosn Draftel'Issed-oe-Eegland ef land.Soo t. land and San Francisoo at Cient nate. wn IL0I OLARKE, THE NATIONAL BANK- OF AUSTRA ;Ela 1i0Brai3ccl - :r .d ELIZABETH STl~7.E "EE'.r'J' : Inteuret allowed ?,Pixed Deposita: 5 ~er cent. pern:adfnlrTr,12idbiitlii. Bills, dioountediat c 'r .tirata .l D1afta issuedon branchles:atp;genmea in, the colonies aid' Utited~jingdom.I !.0 .'."- " , I Et'. . W.??lnGHTFOOT, ? r, "GI1GLISH, SCOT'ISH IAND: AUSTnRA I. LIANU CIrARTERED BANK' ....

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METHODIST CHURCH.—BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

.METHODIST CIIURCII.-DIUTES WICK. The trustees of the Moethodist Church, WVcston street, Brunswick, lately incurred considerable expense by building i school=. house for accommodation of their youth ful charge. They naturilly feel. nxious to be liberated from a portion of this lia bility. The ladies, with their usual, sympathy for their stronger halves, have generously come to their deliverance. For sometime past they have been busy with their needles, and the result is such a profusion of articles of taste and utility as would puzzle a quorryman. On Tuesday, June 30th, they propose offering these articles for sale. £100 is the sum they are determined to realise on that occasion. The wives and daughters of the Brunswick quarrymen are not only celebrated for vitality, but for win some gentleness, and we do not hesitate to prodict for thems a success equal to their liargest anticipation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

52;ERRO L STR EET, O OSA 0 NEW :,. -. DR PERY ESTABLISHMENT." E. SNEgLROgt BeartO tate td hat ihesi noW showing, L'ARSOE ANS VlMED1'STOCK', Compriing" Manchester. Goods, ,s '-, a N-ts,)l - c .'aps '?: Shirts, ,, . :- ,.... .Millinery; &C.. N.BW-Tho STOCO1LwhichOb; .NTIIELY All Gooda Marked at the Lowest A&H PRIOE'5, In Plain Figure, from .which FIO ABATE= PENT can be `made Exeented upon the Premies in the SLATEST FASHIONS .; i ," w Counitry Orders ltnctal ly at tended to. .; Note the Addre:sse- o 52 RgOL STR0EET, GREAT CLEARIGE S. L BANKRUTPT"_ STOCKI &c. Bourke .Street. East, Begs to announce tbh in addilion to hie own I WINTER STOCKTU ; which, he will , ier. r t,' , Co ST r ICE,. .... will show, . OThNe?8'A U?I OOK.DA . Y E(lT. EL and following days, poron of BANKRUPT 8TOCK secured by his .Home ayer de mot favorable circmstances.' " INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY .. INVITED. The BANicRUT STOOK. consi.s of BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, SHAWLS and MANTLES, FANCY DRESS...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. THE STORY OF THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 26 June 1874

Tales, Sketches, &c. TEIE STORY OF TIE GUN. The struggle began-struggle unheard of. The fragile matohing itself against the in. vulnerable--the thing of fleoh attaoking the brazon bruto On the onoe aid blind force,. on the other soul. The iyholo passed in a half.lighih... It was like the iudik#tiocti visono-o(bmirale.+ , A soul-strange tl ing I but you would have said that the earno n had one also-a soul filled with rtage ade hatred Toia blind. hoss appeared to have eyes. Tane monster had the air of watching the man. Thero wans one'mikht have faddied so'ab list-t-thhatineig in the mass. "It an!so choeo its moments. it beoonme some gigantic insoot of metal, having or somig e ave, the will of a demon. Ki ieithl n e 1e =ehogii?A? ' eg nhopp p'si. -Wond' strike the low qeiliugof the gan-deok, then fall back on its four wheels like a tiger upon its four claws, andt dart,anew upon the man. lIe-supplo, agile, adroit-~-would glide away like a nnakeirom the recohnof thamo lightning l...

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Original Poetry. THE ORPHAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

Original Poetry. THE ORPHAN. My father lov'd me tenderly, .eIo novor was unkind; My mother'e love was great teome, And ever on me amild. The grateful pair, alas, I thought When I'd become a man, To make home happy as.I ought, But, oh I never on. My father died twelvo months ago, And eoon was in his grave; The hand of death brought grief and woe, Nought could dear mother save. Her last words were, with looks so mild, And voice and accent olear, "God pity you poor lonely child, And dry your orphan tear." Along lifo's road I now must tread, An orphan without home; No place have I to lay my head, All forlorn and alone. May heaven's smiles arrest my grief, And aome good angel sond Some kindly soul to give relief, An orphan to befriend. June 27th, 1874..

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COUNCILLOR RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

COUNCILLOR RYAN. Sir-In reply to the person styling him self a "tRatepayer of the WVestern Ward," and a letter of whose inditing I noticed in your issue of the 26th June, I bog to state that this gentleman would have done better had he made himself acquainted with the circumstances which compelled me to leave the Council Chambers before the division on the important question he spoke of took place, before he under. took to question me in regard to what he called a neglect of duty on my iartU towards the. ratepayers. Now, in order to prevent any misunderstanding amongst the burgesses of the above ward I will show them my reason for leaving at so important a moment. I remained in the Council until 10 o'clock, when I received a message to the effect that my presence was required at home, as one of my family had taken seriously ill. JHIad' ' not.re. ceived this message I would most assuredly have waited until the division had taken place, as I was most anxious to veto on this question. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

Sir-Your correspondent writing under the noea de pllume of "Another Lover of Justice," would have the public to believe that I wish to put myself forward as the champion of a bad cause, and for what reason I cannot say; if he wishes to con strue my letter of the 8th ult. into his own way of thinking, that is, substantially that I uphold Councillor Whito's amend ment, I would advise him to read it again, and defy him to show me one line where I do so. Sir, as it is just possible that I may have hit home in some of my'remarks. I can well understand him writing in the manner he does. I may as well inform him that I do not take into consideration whether Councillor White's amendment is legal or otherwiso; it is beside thepur pose altogether. I maintain, and I believe solwill every consistent ratepayer,: that the balance of money due to the various streets that have not had the full amount spent on them, as laid down in' the loan schedule of workcs, ought never to have been misappropriat...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

Sir--rermit me to reply to " Eastern Ward Elector" that this is not a question of wards at'all; it is simply a question of justice to all, against an attempt to favor the few, including interested and corrupt councillors, 'to the disadvantage of ;the many. That if he -applied to got-.lhi kerbing done, and paid Is. per yard for same, that does by no means prove that .the other ratepayers in the Eastern Ward have paid for theirs, any more than the fact that Councillor Laurens paid some £17 for his kerbing in the Western Ward prove that other owners in that ward ave paid for theirs. As I have stated, it is neither a question of ward, :nor of majority or minority, but simply a ques tion of applying the same law to ratepayer. 13 whic has been applied to rate payer. A. . am, however, aware that "]Eastern Ward Iatepayer" is not at all unmindful of the fact that by talking of wards and majorities and minorities to the ratcpayers it will serve as very good dust in their eyes by which means t...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JULY 3RD, 1874. MEETING OF HOTHAM RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. 'FIIDAY, JULY 3RD, 1874: MEETING OF IIOTIIA-Di.IATE PAYERS. It will be soon by an advertisement which appears in another column that a meeting of thoso ratopayers in favor of collecting from owners of property ono half the cost of paving, will behold at the Court Hlouse Hotel on Monday evening next, the 0ith inst. We supposo this an nouncement may be considered as being the first " trumpet note" of the,coming clection conflict.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

, St--As mlluch Ilis been said and ~vritten about the IIotlihn Council with reference to the loan and how it, has been expendeld, T., as well as mainay other rate. pav's., woitl like to know what Cmnll illor Lauros? and Co . nhav to say in itll?nsrl tIo hlle rleeated piilledlies.matde that the borrowintu of sitoney would not inctrease the rates norll take Oell pe lliy 't'itI the ptiokets of tih rIateiyers.t bInd the is. d. in thtI pounid, bl t sitplv the usual ate which would bo diviled-one piu't callod it " special rato" of (?td., and the ithier clled l ti " general raLt" of 8.1d. l'here was to be Ieo increase whatever to any of the owuters of pripe ty. These were the promllises held ollt ii order to obtain tih cnsenti of thel ratelpay'er to re turn eucillors in favor of borrowing the mnls'. N0, ,,Sir, . wishi to inform' the puli of Il[olthaint that as CoUneillor Laui'eins wit l?l.aytri, w ilh i Illimjoirity it his bnic, andll iii oa carried or Irej, ied whiateoc'r sllited IIhi? cl...

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NEW MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

NIEWV MAGISTILATE.J Tlhe Goerrnmeet Ga(:rett, of a recent datc, contained a notiflcation to the effect that hlis Excellency toe Governor had been pleased to appoint John Laurens, Esq., of Clroemont Villa, Ilothnm Hill, a JuTstico of the Peace for thie Melbourne Sessions District. This will allow Mr. Laurens to proside in any of the city or suburban courts.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1874

Sir-There has been a grcat denl of unplasanutfess kpreossed by laud and property owners about paying their share, (ono half the cost) of paving footpaths in the Ilotham Borough, and I shall feel obliged by being; permitted to tender a few remnarks on` this imlortant subject. First-The improvement ofthis borough is highly requisite for the health of the dis. trict. Scecond-The streets inthe borough require makling. Third-Comipel or other. wise cause to be paid by property owners their ono-half share for paving footpaths Taking the first iitio consideration unless something is done before the summer sets in, in the s?ay of making an outlet for the stagnant water in the low lying lands of the borough, we shall' have typhoid fever and other contagious diseases, and resi. dents will always be under the doctor's care. And in the second place I may statothat the approach to Hotham Hill should have been made first, and not jumped to improve the outskirts, thus causiig a serious delay in bui...

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