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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874
? . Pu;blications. TA`~ "kA'DVERTI1S l ." CIROCULATIN(} IN' , HOTIIAAf; . : i.: ", ," e .'i' T~\EST.,ALELBDOU11NE, .. BIUNSu WICIK, . co3IIIDE, lE G. " CAMB0ELLFIE IIORANG, . ..-: . . . & , &or - This Johrnal nattaiens o ofull . l'o.rCf cCosnr Pzoll , Co?nnorsrsOND?NC?, c., "A! .n . OULA o n STOTY Will be given, each week, besidoes. other Uscful and Interesting Matter. Tho prico of 1th opap'or is Is. per qldartr or 4e. per year, delivered, payable in advance. . INGLE, COPIES--ONE PENNY. ,.All oommunieations intended for .insertion musbt ho authenticated: by the name and address of :the writer, and should bo sent to the otlco not later than Wednesday, at tweolvo o'clock. S ADVERTISEMENTS. Per inch " l .e ... ... Is. " 'Stantding notieso, as per agreement. To "EIIIS-CAsI., Advertisements received for each isnoo up to one o'clock on the day previous .to publi cation. Each advertisement should bear upon the dianwies'ipt the iumoher of insertions required., ' Whd 'no inst...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 3RD JULY. (Before His Worship the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1874
Police. HOTIIAM COURT. FIDnrY, 3RD JULY. (Boforo His Worship the Mayor.) UNLAWFUL AssiuLT;.-Myles Farring ton alias -Michael Moylan, appeared on warrant, charged with assaulting James Macpherson, was remanded until the oth inst. MoNDAY, GTrI JULY. (Before Messrs. King and Clarke, J.P's.) TI?s DnuSnARDS ROLL.--Georgo Jolly was fined 5s. and 2s. Gld. cab hire for making himself unlawfully jolly on Sun day last.-David Butt, who has appeared .on several occasions for endeavoring to turn himself into a butt of colonial, again answered at roll call, and was fined 7s. 6d. or three days' imprisonment.-WilliamS Smith in a drunken orgio threatened to commit suicide, and was accommodated with lodgings free until the. 13th inst. iJohn MacKenzie alias WVlito was fined .40s. or 14 days' incarceration for grossly .insulting behavior in the public streets, ,and on a second chargeo of assaulting Charles Partridge, was fined another 4,0s. or 14 days' imprisonment. " WEDNESDAY, 8TI JULy, 1871. (Before...
GOOD TEMPLARS—HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
GOOD TEMPLARS-HOTIAM. . Theosecond anniversary of the lotham lolge of Good Templars, No. 21, was celebrated on Wednesday evening, the 8th inst., by ai tea meeting and musical entertainment, in the Temperance Hall, Queenaberry street, Hotham ; Brother James Munro, M.L.A., in the chair. About 300 persons sat, down to an excellent tea. The entertainment ;was patronized by about 600 persons. The piece. were well rendered by Sisters 1'Mahlonand Topp, also by Bros. M'Donald, Ballantyne, Scott, Buchan, Stephens, Stirling, and Mdilburn. The meeting was addressed by the Reve. T. E. Keen, Turnbull, and Bro. Charles Butler.: The secretary, Bro. W.; B. Stepthens, read a report of the lodge's progroes, which eslowed that dluring tho past tweolvo mosthe 108 new members had been initiated, making the total good on the books of 448 ; and!that £J0 of the surplus funds of the lodge had been invested in shares of the Temperance Hall Company. The W. C. Templar, Bro Notman, road an address in verse, sui...
HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
HALF TIHE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS. Sir-My name has appeared , fre quently in the columns of your paper from correspondents respecting the flag ging and composition pavement laid down on the footpaths in the Borough oflIotham. Certain parties in this Borough are getting up meetings and endeavoring to excite tho ratepayers by placing false issues bofore them so that their mismanagement of the loan fund may be ignored. They are also bitterly opposing me. It has boon stated from time to time that it is the practice of all the towns and boroughs. around the City of Melbourno to charge one half the cost of the flagging and com position pavement, whether done the whole width or not. I have made in quires respecting this matter, and I;here with enclose copies of the several memos in my possession, so that the ratepayers and property owners may judge for them selves and not be misled by any false reports. I will only say that my views and opinions are borne out by the prac tice of the other...
SECOND MAIL DELIVERY IN COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
SECOND MAIL DELIVERY IN COBURG. Sir-Somotimno since an attempt to ob tain a second mail in Coburg was frustrated, either by the bungling of those on whom tho inhabitants depend to look after their interests, or the apathy displayed by tho honorable and learned gentlemon from whom so muchl is expected by thoso from whom so little is obtained ; the consequenco is, that a communication must be in the Coburg post office before 1.45 p.m., or there is no chance of any reply for 48 hours, unless the same is left in Bruns wick before 9 p.m. ; it therefore behoves those who have the interests of the locality at heart to loose no time in remedying such a state of things. Trusting that those in authority who, apparently so far as talk is concerned, occupy a prominent position in the district, will take up the matter.-I am, your's, &e., KAIoo ZAL0S. .
A DISCLAIMER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
A. DIISOLAIMER.' Sir-You will perceive by enclosed advertisement, that the members of the IIotham Lodge of Good Templars have' not authorise d, or in any way taken part in, the rccnnt proceedings 'against certain publicans fore Sunday trading. We wore not awaro of, any such steps being taken until reportedl in your issue of last week. We trust the above statement will free us from the cert sure which has been cast upon us as a. lodge.-Your's truly, .WILLtAc B. STEPOIESS. 37 Itathiloswne street, Carlton.
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Letters to the Editor. 1 ' Thte Editor does not identify himself with the opinion of correspondents, nor undertak e to return or hold himself responsible for the safettt of any communication. r'"o rrespondenee and paragraphs of local interest kindly furnished by renders should be written on one side of the paper only, and b,e forwarded as early in the week as possibl.; addressed to the "Editor." 'AAll la tiers must be accompanied by the real name aid address of the woriter-not for publicatitm, but as a guarantee of good faith. ?-?S Correspondents would oblige us, and save themselves disappointment and annoyance, by sending in their contributions .before "Thursday.
A HINT TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
A. INT TO CORtESPONDENTS. We .roobligod to hold over a number of lotters for want of space. We must requeat our correspondents to be more concise and curtail the sizo of their communications, otherwise they will not be inserted. After next week the discussion on the pavement question will be closed. All the arguments pro and oon have beeon worn threadbare.
SCENE AT THE HOTHAM POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
SCENE AT TIE HOTIU A1 POLICE COURT. Considor.ablo excitement was evoked in the HIotham Pollco Court yesterday, when James Connor, the informer employed by the Good Templars, to help in their effort to put down Sunday trading, was prosecuted for aiding and abetting Michael Flaunagan, the licenseo of the Sir Robert Peel Hotel in Queensborry street, in breaking the law and sollng beer on the Sabbath day. The offenee was proved and the defendant was fined 58. and £3 3s8 costs. The decision of the bench elicited a loud expression of approval in the Court which was quickly eheoked. On Connoi leaving the Court House a mob followed him, shouting, yelling, and otherwise expressing their abhorrence of his crime. He escaped as quickly as possible, but he was followed out of Errol street. Theoriginal prosooution has raised auoh a feeling of indignation that it is possible Connor will be prosecuted in the other three eases.
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, 13TH JULY. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
HEIDELUI 1G COURT. MONDAC, 13ti JULY. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M.) ALEo D : AsorN.--David \VWlsli, who had boon arrostodon warrant, was brought before the bonoh chargod with having, on the 12th of July, feloniously and mall ciously sot fire to a house, the proporty of Georgo Studloy.. The polico asked for a remand for a weeook, which was granted, bail being allowed in two suretios of £100 each and tho'prisoner himsoelf in £7'00.
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The quarterly mooting of the Victoria Agricultural Society was held at the Sir I-enry Barkly Iotol. Helrdolborg, on Tueoa day last. Mr. John Bell was unnimnously oleoctod vice.presidont, on thb motion of Mr, Lobb, who had previously refused to allow himself to be nominated, a high compliment being paid to Mr. Cooper for the manner in which he had porformod his duties. Mr. J. S. Adams was appointod treasurer, A letter was road from thie Northl.west Agricultural Sooiety recommending the constituting of those societies upon somewhat similar bases to those of munioipal bodies, with power to levy rates for the purpose of foundiog egricultrral colleges and enabling analysis o soil to be made. ;No notion was taken, the letter being ordered to be received. Upon the suggestion of .lr Lohh, tLhe secretary was instroucted to oomnurimato with tihe severnl enombers connected with this dlistrict, and requect their co-oporation in an endeavor to beho made to secure a...
Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 8TH JULY. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M. and Messrs. Breese, Lobb, Fleming and Staley.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 8TIa JULY. (Before 1Mr. Strutt,. P.M. and Messrs. Brceso, Lobb, Fldering and Staley.) Sophia Gee, charged with furious drir ing, was fillned s. and Gs. Gd. costs. Hd. Gruzanscky was fined 2s. and 2s. Gd. costs, for-.allowing two cows to wander. Georgo Maxwell, for allowing a horse to wander on the public roads. On two occasions defendant had been summoned previously for the same offence and was fined 5s. tnleach case and 5s. costs. Three men naiuod Dodd, Mahoney and A.ldwick, drivers of lorries conveying the pipes belonging to the new water main, were charge,d by Constable Shafray, with driving on the wrong side of the Sydney road at Coburg. Neither of the parties appeared. Dodd and Mahoney were each fiued 5s. and Os. costs, and Aldwiek 10s. and 2s. Od. costs, or 'in defaulf 48 hours' imprisonment. Villiami Iopkins, for allowing a horse to wander, was fined 5s. and 2s. Gd. costs, or in default 24 hours' imprisonment. i James Heggarty charged Thoma...
HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
T.10 am.p,;im.Rbr1i 10 1° Th1 OX-LO0IL DEIMVERY. 1 8.80 a.m. ; 1 p.m. j5 p:m. Money orders are issued at this oflice, and the usual fauilties are afforded to depositors in the Savings' Bank. SAULTON ,POSVtQIr!O ll AD, SAYfING8Sy Mails are despatched from this oflico int 6.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourne at 7.44 a.m 9.55 a.m. ,, 1054m 2.30 p.m.: ,, ? , 1.20 p.m 3.40 p.m.-, ,, - ;,'' 4 p.m. 4.40 p.m. --,,.. , 5.44 p.m.,. Money orders are issued at this ofllo, and the usual faoilities are hlfordo dto deponitors of the Savinega'a-nk
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JULY 17TH, 1874. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JULY 17Thr, 1874. THE E&ECTIONS. The disoussion on the pavement quostion is inoreasing in intensity, and each side is' bracing for the fight. Mr. Cook is to oppose Mr. Caino for the Mid.dle Ward. Another old local politician, Mr. Mark, of thoe George Hotel, will also offer himself as a candidate for this locality. It is stated that. Meesrs. Carroll and Ryan will be opposed in their respective wards, but the names of the op-sosing candidates are not mentioned.
Local Melange. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Local Melange. At a meeting of the Royal Alfred Lodge of the G.U.O.O.F., hold at host James Gracio's James Watt Hotel, Bro. Joseph Green, of Queensberry street, Hotham, was presented with a very handsome tea and coffee service, as a shight recognition of his services, on his retirement from the treasurershipp an office he has hold for the last five years; after which a very pleas ant evening was spent by the btethren' of the order. A document showing the number of State. schools with an average of 650 scholars. 50 to 100, 150 to 500, and from 500 to 1000, was presented to the As.' sembly on Tuesday. From this it appears that there are 5390 schools with an average attendance of under 50 scholars, 3091 with an attendance ranging from 50 but under 150; 140 schools with from 150 to 500, and 22 with from 500 to 100; total number of schools, 1071. A threoeroomed wooden house, the pro. perty of Mr. George Studley, Heidelberg, was destroyed by fire on Sunday evening. The police arrested a m...
LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. CARLTON IMPERIAL F. C., 2ND TWENTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
LIST OF MATCHES FPORENSUING SEASON. J CARLTON IMPERIAL F.. C., 2ND TIWENTY. July Il--Vacant. July i8-South Park (2nd 20) at South Park. July 25-Stanley, at University Paddock. Aug. 1-Albert at University Paddock. Aug. 8-Vacant. Aug. 1--Albert Park (2nd 20) at Universit?t Paddock. Aug. 22-Stanley at Military Reserve. Aug. 20-Vauolause at University Paddock. Sopt. --West Melbourne at University Pad dock.. Sept. 12-Alma atUoiversity Paddook. Sept. 10-Star of Richmond at University1 Paddock. . . Sept. 2--Vauclauso at Richmnond Paddock; Oct. 3-Albert Park at Richmond Paddock, Oct. 10-Vacant. Oct. 17-Vacant. BRUNSWICK F. 0, July 11-Williamstown at Brunswick. July 18-Clifton atBrunswick. July 25-Wcst Melbourne at Royal Park.': Aug. 1-Carlton Imperial at University Pads Sdock. Aug. 8 -Hawthorn at Brunswick. Aug. 15--Northern at Dights' Paddock. Aug. 22-Southern at Fawkner Park. & Aug. 20-Williamstown at Williamstown,. Sept. 0-Carlton (2nd 20) at Carlton ground. Sept. 12-South Park a...