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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. Mayor, Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
No:rT MeIr.OUnBs Town Coun cl.!h Mayor, Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P. Eacter, Ward-M.r. J. Gardiner; Mr. W. I[. Fuller, J.P. ; Mr. J.1 Iirwise, .J.P. Middle Ward-Mr. T. Fogarty, .J.P.; Mr. G. Carter; Mr. 1). Wadick. \\Western Ward-M-r. P. Costello; Mr. J. C. Steel, J.P.;Mlr. J. G. Petric. Town Clerk, r. HII. J. Rlandall. ihate Collector, Mr. .1. Kearuey. Surveyor, Mr. E. Mclver. Health Officer, Dr. Whitaker. Inspector, Mr. E. Magnus.
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XXII.—(CONTINUED.). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. , Cog r RIG. J WHo ISlHE? The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY or mn - Natural & Supernatural, BT ?XVE ETHI TMIL TO.V JM.D., F.1R.C.8. CITAFIER XXII.-(CovmucEDn.). "No, Miss iMarslen; the concerns of no city do not secem to belong to me in any way -and yet I remember now I did hear Sir Samuel Moses ask our friend, Lumstlen, if the city was not likely to Ihave an earthquake eoon, but Lumsden laughed long and loud, so I suppose it was only a joke. But some one calls. I must go. Godl-night, Elith, kind little friend-youo have irven me new energy and thoughts to-night." "I did not hear ntlon^e call." "No! there it is ngaiL-'tis that man, the master of my life. Imust go-I munt go!" Apparently quito oblivious of Edith or bail-room or anything, withl a sudden, half stupid look, B arton turned and went swiftly, with the air of a somnambulist, out at the open door a:d over the smooth lawn into tihe quivering moonlit night. "George! George, my darl...
SALE BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
- SALE ur A.cIrrox.- . 1. .'rocket& Co., will sell (to morrow), Saturday, June 20th, at 3 o'clock on the premise, 45 Molesworth-st., Brick and W.B. House. ST. MAnr's CnUenc OF ENGLAND, NoiTu MELUOURScE.-The subject for next Sunday's evening sermon will be " The Mission, the Socialists Opportun -ity,"Lby Revi.. H Gibbs...... REM)OVAL.-Mr. Geo. H. Simpson, tailor, begs to announce that le has re moved to 180 Queensberry-st., next to J. Orange, butcher. PAnKVILLE C.C. ANNUAL BALL.-A meeting of the Parkville Cricket Club was held on Monday evening last, when arrangements were made for their second annual ball, which it was decided wouldbe held in the North Melbourne Town Hall, on Thursday, Aungust 20th. The meum bers of the club have formed themselves into committee, with H. Rutley and G. Tracy as hlion. secs. It was also decided to have Robb's band; and the catering to be left in the hands of MIr. M3. Hurter.
A WORTHY OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
A Wonruir OBJECT.-Tho annual demonstration in aid of the Latrobe-st. Ragged School Mission and Ragged Boys' Home will be held in the Ilel bounrne Town Hall, on Monday even ing. A concert will be rendered by first claso artists and a display *il be-given by the children of the mission. The admission fee is 1-, and there should be a large attendance, as the work of the mission deserves practical support and encouragement. NoneT MIELOURo E Fox T ERRIER Ciuc.-The above club will hold a meeting on the Ascot racecourse on Wednesday afternoon, June 24th, at 2 p.m., when two stakes will be competed for by fox and Irish terriers respectively, As ANottALY.-Tlio Government is often guilty of many vagaries and incon sistencies, and has added another to (the number by sending a remarkable letter to the Nortli Melbourne Council, which was read at the meeting of this body on Monday night. The Government say that they have no money to expend on destroying thistles on vacant lands, and yet at the sa...
ST. MARY'S (C. OF E.) TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
ST. MARY'S (C. or E.) TEMPER ANCE SOCIETY. Tuni usual weekly meeting of the above society was held on Tuesday evening, the 1(ith inst., in the Schoolroom, Howard street, North Melbourne, the Rev. Canon Carlisle officiating as chairman. The programme was provided by the junior members of the society, under the super vision of Miss Cnllen and her assistant, MIr. Hughes. The meeting commenced at 7.30 p.m., a large number of parents and friends of the members being pre sent. The usual hymn opened the pro ceedings, and then Miss Allison played a pianoforte solo in an effective manner. Miss N. Perry gave a recitation. Master J. Millard recited. The "Tableaux" went off splendidly under the careful tuition of Mr. Cook. "Rock of Ages," well known to most people, was given with the accompaniment of an invisible choir. AsongbyMissE.W elch,was well receiv ed. The tableaux, "David playing before Saul," Master Cullen representing Saul. A dialogue entitled "Church Bells," by Messrs. J. Gillespie a...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO .QIATION. TuE usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held in the Lodgeroom, Me chanics' Hall; on Tlhursday evening, June 11th. The President, Mr. \W. Sholer, in thoe chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed, and ccrrespondence dealt with, after which foer new members-Messrs. 'Millard, Weaving, Davey, and Lynch were elected and welcomed by Mr. WV. A. Brennan. Five proposals were received, and various reports on sick members; and meeting of the Metropo litan Committee and visits to other branches were submitted. The Secre tary was directed to forward a letter of condolence to Mr. A. Watt, who had recently lost his wife. Nominations for the various offices were then received,and the election of same will take place at next meeting, when the Chief Secretary, the hon. A. Peacock,will instal the officers. After refreshments and cigars had been handed rouhd, the hrminony was started by Mr. J. J. Madden's overture on the piano. The pro...
AMONGST THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
AMONGST THE JUNIORS. A likely player for North-E. Torpey (Mel rose). Booted three goal goals, and played another slashing game. A notable absentce-A. Riordan, the Mel rose goalist. The Melrose have finished up the first round still unbeaten. Bain is the best umpire in the competition. British v. West Ports-a good game. -ITHlI playediairst=ciass-game. - E. Johns did his usual share of graft. Whitfield played well for British. Williams and Campbell are always on the ball. Did you see that run of Smith's 1 Too much ruck play British. Hogan umpired the match very well, but throw out the ball and stop ruck play in future. Wake up Hillside, you are going strong. Reekie, Woodhead, and McCauslapd--a a good trio. Jim Drake played a first-class game. McCausland's high.marking was a feature of the game. E. Ewin a bit stiff. Parkville's smoke night to-night. Ph?enix had a Theatre party last week. Going to beat the British next Saturday. McLean top-sawyer last Saturday. Searslield as tricky as y...
WEST MELBOURNE HARMONY AND SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
WEST MELBOURNE HARlONY AND SOCIAL CLUB; Tts above club hell its inaugural Smoke Night, on Wednesday evening, at Timmins's Recreation Club Hotel, corner of Spencer:and Hawke 'streets. There were about 70 persons present. Mr. Phillips occupied the chair, and opened the proceedings with, a concise, appropriate speech, rdniarking that it was gratifying to see so many young men assembled together for the noble purpose of cultivating refinied accomplishments, which should. prove .beneficial and a source of social enjoyment to all con cerned. He wished the club success, and hoped the intentions of its promoters would be realised. The company then enjoyed themselves in. a right royal fashion, and the worthy' host Timminms deserves great credit for the manner in which he entertained so large an assem blage. -A lengthy programme was gone through, during which a considerable display of vocal ability -was rendered. The usual votes of thanks having been pase-d to t-eiost, chairman, secretary; pe...
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MlOUNT FORD'S TROPHIES. THE usual weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at the Turf Club-Hotel,-Flemington-road, on-ues- day, 16th inst., at 8 p.m. MAr. W. E. Clarke in the chair. All the delegates were present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Protest by St. Brigid's against Paris United on the ground that a by-stander pushed one of the goal-posts in, thereby allowing the ball to go over it. Adjourned till next meeting. A letter was received from the British Stir asking that the disqualification passed on E. Lagal he removed. It was resolved to allow him a permit to play. The following are the Umpires elected for the remainder of the season:-Smith, Hassett, White, Hogan, and McWhin ney. The following are last Saturday's matches: West Ports v. British Star.-This match was played on the ground of the latter, Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the former. The game was marred a little by the wind and the ruck in th...
A NOVEL IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
A NOTEL IDE.;-Mr.W.Muir, grocer, of Courtney and Arden-sts., has in itiated a new idea with reference-to -his customers which should certainly "catch on." To every purchaser of 5]- worth of goods he gives a coupon for0-lO- , insuring him or her against the effects of accident or death for seven days. Thoe benefits are obvious and the public will doubtless avail themselves largely of the advantage offered by the above-named gentleman to his clients. An advertise ment in connection with this matter appears in our first page,
ALBION UNITED v. FITZROY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
ALBION UNITED v FITZROY JUNIORS. TIms match was played last Saturday on the Fitzroy Cricket Ground, and after a good game, resulted in a draw. Albion United, 2 goals 4 behinds; Fitzroy Juniors, 2 goals 4 behinds. -St.-Mary's v. Malern.?Thismatck was played at Royal Park last Saturday, and resulted in a draw. St Mary's 2 goals 9 behinds, Malvern 2 'goals 4 behinds. Carter and McNamara kick ed the goals for St. Mary's, the former with a splendid long shot. D)ixon, McNamara, Elliget, and O'Reilly, played best for St. Mary's. Melrose v. Newtown.-This match was played on the ground of the former, at Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the Melrose, by 8 goails behinds, to 2 goals 1 behind. The goal-kickers for the Melrose were Torpey (3), Dawson, Finn, Louch, Murray, and Rutley.
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 15. Present.--The Mayor. (Cr. Fogarty), and Crs. Barwise, Gardinecr, Custello, Steel, Carter, Fuller, and Petrie. Rn. D. WA DICK. The Mayorsaid he had to explain that although the above named gentle man was in better health, he was as yet unable to come out at night, and so could not be present at the Council table; CORRESPONDENCE. From the Ladies' Benevolent Society, Flemington, asking for the patronage of the Council to a charity ball to be held on the 11th prox., in the local Skating Rink.-Received; and request granted. From the Department of Lands and Survey, referring to two notices for warded by the Council, relative to the destruction - of thistles on certain lands at North Melbourne, and enclosed in a c numunication dated the 29th May. In answer to this the Department lihad to state that it had no funds available for this work. Cr. Steel: Tlfe Govermnent: compel other people to destroy thistles, ind they won't do it themselves. The ...
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
RUNNING SHOTS. Exit Tommy O'Dea. Enter Jimmy Grant. "Sisso" gone with his friend. West Australia's gain; Victoria's loss. Bobby Grierson head-bolt last Saturday."" " Coffee and cake " social hanging fire. Last Satunrdayýs in should alter this. Jimmy Grant as goal as ever-a- decided acquisition. "Skid" Larkin away=surely, not.looking fora lolly stick, eordie Oates also missing -grafting -gut to work those times. Listen to'this, Bert, old fellow-No man can follow the ball without training. '?Monty," you are a daisy-tricky as a "bag of monkeys." " Son " Noonan's rushes were quite equal to some of "Goldie's best. Jimmy Travis none too bad last Saturday. Ernie Launder's high marks back saved his side often. Who's the 3Mascotte ? :Harry Rutley played three games-won each time. Dave Currie,an out-and-outbattlcr-going in for high-marking shortly. North got the bye next Saturday-play Jlordialloc 23. Players meet Princes' Bridge station at one o'clock sharp. Two very promising young players t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
Public Notices. 1. &. CRIFFITHS, Boot & Shoe Warehouse, 17 ERROL ST., NORTH MELB. Large Stock. Reliable Goods. NEXT DOOR TO R. L. YOUNG, DRAPER). Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots ?lade to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. REPAIRS. Workman on the Premises. BRANCH: MELBOURNE ROAD, NEWPORT. For WEDDING RINGS, KEEPERS, DIAMONDI) RINGS, ENGAGE MENT RINGS, JEWELLERY ot all kilnds. SPECTACLES, and ELECTROPLATED WARE, GO TO TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE. -"-Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery S- w?tlaired. AiiWourkGuaranteed. Size Cards of lings and IPrices sent on application. FRED, J. BREARLEY, Architect, "Yerqon," 104 1iller-st,, West lIelb, Member of Archtl. Assoctn. Certificated from Science & Ar Dept,-LondonEngland, and The Working Men's College, Meibourne. - Medallist, &c., &e. ltuilding Referee, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistant Instructor Theoretical and Practical C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
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A DIVORCE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1896
A DIVORCE DECISION. LAST week a divorce suit was heard be fore the C0lEF JUSTICE of Richardson v. Richardson. The petitioner was WIL LI.nt RicuAOnSOx, a saddler, and the respondent was REuECCA RICrtAnnsoN, but known also as a music-hall singer by tie name of "AMtr RowE." The pe titioner alleged that his wife had com mitted adultery in Sydney with one GAnoxDRn, but tills was forgiven an;d wa not the subject of the suit; but he accused her of subsequently committing adultery with WT.Lkt~at BraoS and Eu wis HIERBERT, at Sydney. The ease was referred to at a fair length in the dailies of Saturday, and it is not neces sary to recapitulate it in these columns, save to remark that the CutIIE JusTice although holding that adultery had been proved, refused to grant a divorce on the ground that the petitioner had neglected keeping a due watch on his wife, and had allowed her "to travel about and " constantly associate by night, as well "as by day, with a class of men often " attractire and no...