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QUESTIONABLE PROCEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
QUESTIONABLE PROCEEDING. ON Saturdny, at the Epsom races, the rare occurrence of two dead heats in one race was one of the:tanin features of tile meeting. It seems that two horses named HIra and Last Glen finished to get!er in t o':Tfiil'Handjcap, and on running offl thedead hbat they botl camne in neck and neck.: On being brought out for thle third time tile race was again almost a dead heat, Hera winning by only Ihalf a head. Tihe onlookers, however, did not at all approve of thie proceedings, and naturally considered that Last Glen, being only a two-year old, was being treated in a very harsh mannlier. Alter the first dead heat had been run, her owner desired to divide, and again after the second heat, but Mr. S. MIILLER, wh11o owns Hera--a three year-old-insisted onil tIle race being run out to a final issue, orelse forfeiting his title to a part of the stake. It- is certainly not in accordance with tihe axiomns of tile proper training anld treat ment of horses that a two-year-o...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
MELU OURNE CITY COUCOIL. IBOUIIKE WARD. SALDEIIRMAN. , Samuel Amess . retires 9th Nov.,:1899 COUNCILLOIS. Jacob Marks ... reires 1st Sov., 189)( James U')non ... ,, 1897 Richard Bowen... ,, ,, 1898 S - ASs'SSORS. Uenry II;: Biidon, John Lettey. SATE COLLECTOn. I.. Sparks.
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNT FORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
JOLLY & DRY'S csso MOUNT FORD'S TROPHIES. Tue usual weekly meeting in connection with tile above was held at the Turf Club Hotel, Flemington-road, on Tues day, 9th inst., at 8 p.m. MIr. W. E. Clarke in the chair. All the delegates were present.-i The minutes of-tile previous meeting were read and confirmed, The protest of the Paris United against the Hillside was dismissed. The report by Umpire Hassett against the Waverley for rough play, it was decided to caution the team. The following are last Saturday's matches: British Star v. St. Brigid's.-This matchwas played on the ground of the former, Royal Park, and resulted as follows : British Star, 10 goals 15 behinds Goal-kickers--S. Considine (3), G. Davis (3), W. Douglas, S.. Norton, E. Johns, M. Levy. St. Brigid's, 2 goals 9 behinds Goal-kicker-J. Green (2). West Port v. Paris United.-Played at Royal Park and resulted as follows: West Port, 2 goals 6 behinds. Goal-kickers--Muir, Williams. Paris United, 2 goals 3 behinds. Go...
ALBION UNITED v PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
ALBION UNITED v PRESTON. Toss match was played last Saturday on the Nth. Melb. Rlecreation Reserve, and, after a good game, resulted in a win for the former. Albion United, 5 4 behinds; Preston, 1 goal 3 behinds. The goal-kickers for the Albion were Sloan (2). Prott, Reekie, and Ryan. For the winners,, Quilligan and Walsh on thle wings, and Dick (centre) played in fine form; Power and Sigmont (back), Armstrong, Ryan, and Sloan (forward), Dunn, Howell, Reekie, and Prott (following), all played well. St. Mary's v. South St. Kilds.--This match was played on the St. Kilda C. ground last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the Sth. Saints. The game was even all through, and was lost chiefly by the bad kicking on the part of St. Mary's forwards-the only goal being kicked by their famous back man, Fogarty. Elliget,Harrison,Tramp,andMcDonough played the best for St. Mary's. South St. Kilda, 4 goals 9 behinds; St. Mary's, 1 goals 18 behinds. Melrose v. Newport Imps.-This match was played on ...
LATROBE ST. RAGGED SCHOOL MISSION & BOYS' HOME. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
LATROBE ST. RAGGED SCIOOL MlISSION & BOYS' HOME. ON Friday evening, thllrough the cour tesy of Mr. Clement Davidson, we had an opportunity of inspecting the above counterpart of Dr. Barnado's work in England, and an account of what his Australian co-laborers are accomplishing will doubtless prove of interest. Thirty years ago Mr. Williams inaugurated a movement for the social, intellectual, and moral reformation of the ragged boys of Melbourne, and under his system they were placed on board the old wooden man-of-war "Nelson." This was before she was cut down and dismasted; and the spectacle of the boys manning the yards, and exercising at and firing her now obsolete guns, will doubtless be re membered by many of the older folks of to-day. The hall was in the same street as at present, but it was merely used as a receiving depot.-the lads being taken from it to the ship. When this system ceased, various organisations took up thIe work, and eventually some few years ago--Mr. C...
THE PRODUCTION OF ORIGINAL COMPOSITION (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
- THE-PRODUCTION-OF- ORIGINAL COMPOSITION (Continued). Apart from the selfish, and viewing it from a more philanthropic point of van tage, the individual concerned not alone benefits himself, but also society, by creating a desire in others to follow his example, which may be the means, sooner or later, of bringing out a man possessed of an intellect even to a supreme degree; capable of etfilation dirine in tht-production of-literatune, which may be of inestimable value to the human family; and who may become one of those illustrious specks of humanity of whom his fellow codntry men, in generations to c.,ne, mtight proudly boast. Whlich literary ability, and mtore than probable bright career ,of such individual, wereit not so brought out, may remtaiin dormant from, and valueless to mankiid ; and be a burden andil create an uneasiness and irritation of mind to the person so favored with such hidden treasure as tlhe possession of gold is to thle miser, who would feign double his capit...
WEST MELB. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
WES'T MEI-B: PRIMITIVE- ME- THODIST CHRISTIAN EN DEAVOR1--SOCIETY.. THE second anniversary of the above was held on Sunday, 7th June, in the Pri mitive Methodist Church, Miller-street, West Melbourne, when sermons were preached by the following Clergymen: Morning, at 11 a.m., Rev. H. Wallace; afternoon, at 8 -p.na-, Rev.. Valy-;-eve ning, 7 p.m., Rev. T. Cameron. On Tuesday evening a Tea Meeting and Concert was held in connection with the above, which were well attended, and thoroughly enjoyed by all who were present. The Chairman, the Rev. F. Mason opened tile programme with a lengthytirring addre~s, during which he congratulated the society on its steady progess and the vast amount of good work it was doing. He felt sure the society was living up to its principles. An Endeavor Society should be a Church in miniature--the same in aim and accomplishment; working harmo niously with church officers-with its ministers, etc. The aim of an Endeavor Society is to create earnest workers to...
NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
NORTH MIELBOUENE C.Y.MI. SOCIETY. Tis above society held its ordinary weekly meeting in St. Mary's School room, Victoria-street, on Monday eve ning, the President (Bro. J. Brodie), in the chair. There was a fair attendance of members. The secretary read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. There was one new member eleeted, and three nomina tions received. Brs M. Dalton, J. Kelly, and P. Smith were appointed as a sub-committee to select a team to com pete against the Carlton Branch, in the debate entitled " Should the State bear cost of educating its youth" to take place on Friday, the 26th inst., in St. George's R.C.Schoolroonh, Drummond street, Carlton. The business of the evening being the election of officers, was p'roceeded with,tind-resulted is fol" lows:-President, W. Cairns; Vice President, P. Smith; Treasurer, Jas. Scully (re-elected); Secretary, J; Nan gle;' Press Correspondent, M. Dalton (re-elected); Editor of Magazine, T. Cassidy; Warden, G. M~uorra...
NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. CARNIVAL AND FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. CARNIVAL AND FAiR. TatE Carnival, an anticipatory notice of which appeared in our last issue, was opened on last Friday, at 3 p. m, by the Mayor, in the Town Hall. Cr. Fogarty. said he had been asked as mayor of the town to open the fair, and was very pleased to do so. He certainly thoutght the Committee must recommend themselves for thle efforts t!ley had made, to thle friends and supporters of the Club, as well as to the general piblic. He was glad to see so many ladies pre sent, as they were well able to bring the elffort to a successful issue, and Ihe was sure they would spare no pains to do so. Thie Club was in debt, but they.hoped thle Carnival would lift this weight off their shoulders, so that they would be able to carry out their designis.unham pered. The Club hIad arrived at the proud position of Premiers, and that in the face of thle fact that, they were placed at a considerable disadvantage because of the low-lying situation of the ground. H...
BARGAINS IN SILVER JEWELLERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
BiAnAIsss IN SILVER .TEWELLERY, P. B. 1cMlaster, jeweller, of Errol street, having purchased the entire stock of a manufacturing jeweller, at consider ably reduced prices, is prepared to give his customers and the inhabitants of North Melbourne and surrounding dis tricts the benefit of such reduced prices. Hain see s3~ome--ofaklicas ter's new stock of jewellery, we can, with confidence, recommend it as worthy of inspection. For neatness of design, and cheapness, he is prepared to com pete with city houses. FALusnz is the only proof of merit powa4days,
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
MONEY lonll.OFOCice. Office hours-10 la.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.lu. to noon . SPayable in Victoria:- :... Not exceeding £5 ... ... Gd. Above £5, bulnotexcceed.£10 - Is. ,,.1J0, _1 , ,, :£15. - 1s.H d. ,, £ 1 5 , , , £ U2 0 . . . . - s . - Uaryable in-INev South-V-ales;-Southi A\ustralia, Western Australin, Quecus land, Tasmanlia, and llNcw Zealand: Not eceeding £2 ...:: ... O ' i ',, ' ..'...: ... i 0 . . 10 - ..:. :. " .. 2 0 ,, 15 ... ... 3 0 17 ;.. ... 3 G • ,, 20 ... ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, Fmrane, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylo,n; China, India, Japan, Macao, nMauritius, United States, &C.: S ... . : ", " s' d. " , Not exceeding £2 .-: ... 1, 0 Above £2, but liot exceed. £5 - 2 '( , £5, but not exced. £7 - 3 (i ,,' £7, bitt notexceed. £10- 5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. THE above club held a very successful meeting on tile Ascot Racecourse, on Wednesday afternoon last. The attend ance was not as large as the excellence of the sport deserved. The weather was all that could bedesired, although in the morning it looked as if the day's proceedings would be marred by a heavy rainfall. The indefatigable secretary, Mr. Toll, was as usual, much in evi dence. Mr. G. Goddard, as judge, on his little chestnut cob, carried out his da,,ts in a very efficient manner. The other "officers of the day" were Messrs. F. Adams, dog slipper, and T. Goddard, rabbit slipper. The results are as under:- For For Terriers 21 lbs. and under. Schemer beat Hector Carbine ,, Dondi Coil ,, Princher Fairy ,,- Twig Primrose ,, Pivot Snowy II Tossy Tim ,, Lady Bells Grasshopper ,, Smiler Crusty ,, Sandy Pilot, a bye irst tie. • -tle gehenler beat Carbine Fairy ,, Coil Primrose ,, Snowy II ,Tim ,- ' . Grasshopper Crusty ,,. Pilot * secsrd tie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
:~PosurL" N othic:= Postal 'Noe0 from Is. *to 2. mzIy be obtained at all Post Offices, but are only payable at any M?noie Order Ollice in the Colony, froml 10 ail. to 8 p.ni. Saturdays, 10 a.L., to noon:" Poundang ainde ls. Gd.... :... 'd. , ,, 4s. Gd ... ' :.... Id ,, 7s. Gd. .;.: . d. ,, U20s. Od ..: ;.. 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are pIhvablI in S.S.WV., S.A., Tasniania, Queehslald, and rice ver¶L (on pamn *vee must alfix tnSa p eq: L t .pounidm1?.) "SIuuls or Now South \ sal, South Au?td'i, (i,'reat Biritis b' uucc r mann" litaly, amiii, United Stidnet are oh inithil le" nt itl Geta,' ml ls Of i e, 'htlh tirom , in quantitis. niot exceeding I, m .: C ci.tine . A conmomn issiod fill mi be eh.,irgit if Id. o" etIery' ad ort "of 1'g'hmi'imld: lForeign itamuip purcimhaind, and hl.i .oi every hd. iporth of Inteio imimil :tmmnip
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
TRAMW s1AYS QORTH 1 ELBUlUilNL LINE. .GIIEEa BASIS Y er Y. Ie tijnLEEIN LGIeT AT ito.ti First Car leaves FlIemiuiton Bridge Week Days at 5.1a i. ui-Siudays-iat 1.10 p.m. SFtrst- uar-leave.- Fiinders-s" ret Week Days at 6.7 a.m. l; Sundays at 2.5 p.n. Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 11.5 p.ui.; Saturdays at 11.35 'p.m..; :Sundys at 10.10 p.m. Last Car leaves F linder's-street Week Days at 11.'id p.ui.; baturdays at 12 p.u. ; Sundays atI 10.5 p.m. Flre from Fiidcrs-streeLt to Fietiing ton Bridge 3Sd. Coicution made -at Flemington Bridge with lioonece 'onds Omnibus iine. .:lt'hrough Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at, Queenaberry-st., to \West Melbournie Liie, lnldl ice rci'su.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1896
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