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AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

AUCTION SALE. Henry Clarke and Co. will sell by auction, on Saturday, 11th inst., a valuable corner allotment, situate at the corner of Leveson and Bendigo streets, H{otham, upon which is erected a shop and dwelling house. The sale will take place at the property at two o'clock. Messrs. C. J. and T. IHam will sell, at their rooms, on the l6th July five acres of splendid agricultural land, at Heidelberg, opposite the residence of W. H. Rocko, Esq.

Publication Title: North Melbourne Advertiser
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Original Poetry. THE SKYLARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

Original Poetry. THE SKYLARK. Oh, sweet lark, how charming You sing each May mornitg ; How morrllie quiok you soar to the sky ; Your melody's ringinog The air with your singing, As upwards from earth through each cloud you fly. Your wings, how they quiver O'er each hill and river ; Eaoh mountain andglon reoeohoesyour voice ; For each shepherd and lass, As they sit on the grass, To hear you warbling their fond hearts rejoice. I oft thought myself blest When I found a lark's nest, The infant warblers I nursed with fond care ; Hung up at my window On a drooping willow, They began piping in the morning air. Their wings with dew dripping, Their beaks th' dew sipping, They warble their .vout notes at early dawn; Their parent high selnging, The wild wood is ringing, And echo joins chorus o'er the green lawn. No nightingale sweeter, Nor in plumage neater, Than the skylark that at Heaven's gate singing? Though the lark's lowly born, He sings early each morn, And shakes off the pearly dew fro...

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

POLICE G-AZETTE. The following extracts are taken from the Victoria Police Gdzefte: -Patrick Angloton is charged, on warrant with obtaining by moans of false pretences, on the 23rd instant, from John L. Jones, 211 Smith street, Fitzroy, a blue pilot chesterfield coat, a pair of dark gray trousers and vest, and a shawl-pattern crimean shirt.-Stolen from the stables of Honry McLoughlin, of 16 Cardigan street, Carlton, on the night of the 23rd instant, a set of spring cart harness mounted with white metal, a long time in use; plate off one side of winkers; value £3.-A man, name unknown, is charged, on warrant, with stealing a roll of flannel (since re covered) from the shop-door of William Glanfield, 226 Lygon street, Carlton; on the night of the 24th instant.-Stolen from the shop of John Walker, 104 Queen street, Melbourne, ,g.the 25th instant, 3i. yards black witney cloth, 8ý yards (two ncices) black silk mixture ditto, 1- yards blue diagonal ditto, 8 yards black doeskin ditto, 1 yar...

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AN INCIDENT OF THE CHISLEHURST PILGRIMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

AN INCID NT OF THIE CIIISLHUURST PILLRLhtMIAOE. Threo was one incident onenooted with the feto at Chlslehurst which is worth recalling. n the tent nar the spot occupied by th Prince was a very old woman, dressed in au utiquo oostumb, and lookinelike a peasant. woman of othes days. As tho Prines began to read, she was greatly moved. " That's so, my son I" she cried; " That's true, Mon soignour, overy word of it I Just listen to that I" And when the spooeh ended, she awong her bonnet and cried " Vive I Em. porour I" Then she wanted to kiss the Prince, and, when at-lppod, she pushed every one neido ahbd oaid it was hoer right. " Lit mo go," ahqq ad, "I am \e[o. Lobon, dean of the womiu of lo Itallos." This was enough, and hgr rights wro immediately recognized. Shole issed the Prine and om braocd the E-praes, and was loudly p. plaudod. Mme. Lobon is now the oldest hockster of the Central Markets, and the doyouno of the association. On the roturn of Napoleon 1. from Elba she was charged ...

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British and Foreign. ELOPEMENT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

British and Foreign. ELOPEMENT AND ROBBERY. At the Clerkenwell police court on April 14, Alfred Batts, aged twenty.six, a carman. was charged before Mir. Cooke with the following extraordinary robbery of a house of furniture valued at £25, the property of Wdlliam Lake Ralph, a platelayer in the em ploy of the Great Nortnern Railway Com pany, living at No. 19, Cardall road, Isling ton. Froda the evidence of the complainant, it appeared that he had been married for many years, and that he made the acquaint ance of the prisoner some four or five years since. At that time the prisoner was a ticket.oollootor at the Holloway Station of the Great Northern Railway, and came to reside at his house in lernard Terrae, IIollo way. The prisoner had not )osided there long before he became. aware, that he was payiog particular attention to hfs wife. Hfe took no open notlce of itis at first. To get rid of his troubles and his lodger, he removed to Blugfield street, Caledonian road, but there the de...

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MASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

MASONRY. The Hotham Lodge of Freemasons will assemble at the Court House Hotel on Monday evoning, at half-past seven. Visit ing brethren are cordially invited to attenr d.

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TEMPERANCE HALL, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

TEMPEllANCE HALL, HOTIIAM. Notwithstanding the many contra at tractions in Melbourne on Saturday last, the above now thoroughly popular place of entertainment was attended by some two or three hundred persons to witness the first of a series of Saturday evening concerts, under the conductorship of Mr. E. Jefferson; Miss liowo presiding at the piano. There was a capital programme, which gave evident satisfaction, every per former receiving encores. Notably were -" Home to our Mountain" by Miss Lona Rance and Mlr. E. Jefferson, which was rendered with great taste and pathos; and Afr. A. Tait's " Rhino Wine," who made the hall resound with his rich deep voice. Mir. A. IIastings 'delivered " Man was to Morn," and the "The Felon," in an easy style, but this gentleman would display a more refined taste if he was more atten tive to his recitals than to his friends in the rear seats. " The beacon that lights me home," was given with pleasing sweetness by Miss Dolly Driscoll. This little sin...

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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

NATIONAL MUSEUM. The number of visitors to the National Museum of Natural History and Geology, for the week ending July 4th, was 2,579, for the month of Junoe 7103; and 28,559 and 51,093 for the quarter and half year ending June 30th. The Museum 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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BAZAAR IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

BAZAAR IN BRUNSWICK. The bazaar held in the Western street United Methodist Free Church, on behalf of the school building fund, realized £127. Great credit is due to the ladies, whose disinterested labors produced this splendid result, and not less to the public of East Brunswick for their liberal patronage.

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BRUNSWICK SCHOOL OF DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

BRU~NSWICK SCHOOL OF DESIGN. Weo have to remind our readers, in B3runswick, that a now quartoerwill com. monco on Monday next, when we trust there will be such accession made to the classes of this institution as will gladden the hearts of the teachers and committee. This school was commenced with the view to encourago the art of drawing in its more practical bearings. The geome. trical class has never been a numerous one, but we trust that many of the youths and young men of the borough will avail themselves of the opportunity now offered, and make themselves proficient in that which will be of great service in their soveral occupations, as well as afford mcans for recreation in leisure hours.

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BRUNSWICK FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

BRUNSWICK FOOTP'ATIIS. Many complaints have been made re cently of the manner in which thie foot. ways of the borough are destroyed. A fine at police court is frequently inflicted on a burgess for allowing his horse or conveyance to cross them, but the practice of placing the contents of the gutters and the street scrapings on thie footpaths at this time of the year is much more in. jurious. During the summer months there is a pretence of storing the scrapings from the Sydney road for the purpose of making the footpaths at the proper season. The winter rains set in, and nothing is done but the placing of almost liquid mud upon them, to the great discomfort of foot passengers, and the injury of business. ,Vo trust the Council will either provide something better, or discontinue the practice complained of.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

Sir-I saw an advertisement in your paper last week calling a meeting of those in favor of paying half the flagginm. Boing one of those, I went, expecting the matter was to be discussed in a nice, amicable-Laurens.Carroll-IIotham.sort- of style, but, Sir, to my great astonishment, and I think contrary to all usage and precedent, the managers, Messrs. Laurens, Neville, and Boasely came before the audience, and stated that they had taken the room and paid an enormous sum for it, purely for a dress rehearsal for their own amusement. Amongst" those 'present, they were sorry to say, there were faces and masks, or masks and faces, (I forget which) that did not suit their book. And would they retire ? No, thank you! You advertised for your friends, and we are here. And they stopped there for two hours, (vide) Age report, And some remained on the promises for a longer period, and the last stage of those men was worse than the first. rcr ox.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

T'll: IVEAT1I?It. -The weather on VWednesday was miser. ably cold, bleak and windy, quite Mnusual in this part of the world. Overcoats and mufflers were brought into requisition to a large extent, and the goneral discomfort experienlced by all classes was something to be remembered.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

Sir-I observe a number of very lengthy letters in your paper about the expendi ture of the 1[otbanm loan, and no doubt the writers of them may think that they are all very excellent. So they may be, if it will only suit their fine little game. For thero is no doubt that another fine little game or swindle is about to be played on the owners of property who have unfortunately selected a home and residenceo in the borouigh of lIothani. Well, Sir, I think if some of thosb writers were honestly to tell the truth, the whole tiuth, and nothing but the truth, this great paper warfare would soon be at an end; and if [iotham is to be allowed to prosper, I say that if there is honesty of purpose with our worthy local legislators, lot them attend strictly to tie required duty they have undertaken, and carry out every pledge held out to. the rate "payers and o rs of property, especially the special pledge with reference to the loan, but I uam sorry to see so much selllshness with somen of our l...

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I.O.O.F., BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

I.O.OQ.., BRUN1L SWICK. The Independout Order of Oddfellows is now a recognised institution in Brun. wick. On Monday evening, a lodge was formally opened with the usual impreos sive ceremonies, at the Edinburgh Castle H-otel. The proceedings wore conducted by the Orand Master, assisted by several ollicers from various districts. The at tendance was very numerous. and overy thing passed off in the most pleasant munner.

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HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. Sir--"Anothor Lover of Justice" has replied to my previous letter, but I must confess he has disabled me from replying to him, for the simple reason that I do not understand the beginning, middle, nor end of his letter. I wrote from no party spirit, nor do I now. I merely stated that Idid not think the matter was treated as it ought to be by either side, and said, as I do now, that in my opinion (based on my conception of tho.·Borough Statute) that all those owners of property in the borough who have had flagging, kerbing, paving, on their footpaths otherwise improved are one and all equally liable. Such was and such is the opinion still of "FAIn rLAT ALL RouNDn.

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COUNCILLOR RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

COUNCILLOR RYAN. Sir-In answer to Councillor Ryan, I would simply tell him that he should find a now excuse, as that now given is old and stalo, and that he should have a mind of .his own whoan he takes the position of a ,public man, and bo able- to, understand such. questions that are only meant as election dodges, to endeavor to keep him obedient to the dictates of his loader.-I am, &;o., . : R1T risEE oP WVESTERN n VcED.

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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

IIEIDELBEIRG COUNCIL. Sir-A?s an old resident, and one who has falkon an interest in your paper since its appearance here, I would like to ask our conucillors, through your valuable journal, how it is that this district does not derive the advantages which a loan if obtained would confer on a community, when ex pended on public works ? Sir, I think the present is a most desirable time for which to argue this subject. The Parliament will give us, as a community, the privi logo of borrowing a goid round stun obr public improvements--that is, if the Local Governmncnt Bill pass. Now, Sir, as a ratopaycr, I think that our Council would do well to consider if we cannot obtain a loan, say some £1 .,000 to .t5,000, for im proving the streets of the shliro; as it is, they are in a rude state of nature, and tlhero is no inducement for,tlho Melbourno people residing hero, simply because Heidelberg cannot compote with any of the surrounding suburbs. Why is this? DBecause as a community we are p...

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BRUNSWICK LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

IBRUNSWF ICK LOAN. Sir-I hope, before any steps are taken to float the loan, the Council will await the fate of the Local Government Bill, now before the house. It will be known very shortly, and it contains so many important alterations on the subject of the borrowing powers of local councils, that the delay will bb amply compensated by the advantages which the ratopayers would derive by the Council borrowing under its provisions. I hopeo, therefore, that the Council, as a body, will sea fit to alter the programme for next meeting--that of imposing a special rate df sixpencoin the pound for repayment of the loan. Under the bill now beforo the House, the Coun. cil would not require to levy a special rate, btt on the contrary, the principal would not be required to be paid for a long number of years, and thus the rate payers of Brunswick would not be taxed witl a special rate. They have quite enough to pay already, withiout being still further mulatecl with additional expense. -I rem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874

; iýi ' ct 4rs1' tun sl , i)£i ; r,,,',-r ; ?IP , : : 52 iHO 1S T R'EE T, G, .? . OT I M. G OF NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT.::: E. SNELLGROVE ' ttitdL tethithd is nowR showing LARGttE AND VARIED STOCK, Comprsng4- - . Dresses; r Maheser Goods i:i CI lothiiig,'' . Millinery, &c. N.B.-The STOCK which is-ENTIRELY 31w will be' f. ea iwr.el.Tasorted All Goods Marked at the Lowest CASH PRICES n Plain Pigurea, from which NO0 ABATE, MENT can be. made:. illinery: and Dressmaking Executed upon the, Premises in thet LATEST FASHIONS. Ar Country Orders punictually at tended to. Note the Addres-?? 52 ERROL. STREET, HOTHAM. ,, GREAT CLEARING Si r. BANKRUPT `STOCK &c. GEO. R:CAIB, 465 and 67. Bourke-:- Street. -East, Begs to announce that in addition to his own WINTER STOCK, which he will offer at? C O S T .P R.I CE, he will show, N S A T-URDDA Y N E X.T and following days, a portion of - BANKRUPT STOOI(. secured by his Home Buyer under most favorable circurmstances. INSPECTION IS RESPE...

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