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SACRED CONCERT AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
SACRED CONCERT .T BRUNS WICK. The Brunswick Tonic Sol-fa Singing Class, under the conductorship of Mrs Lord, gave a concert of sacred music at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Coburg, on Wednesday evening last, 8th instant. Mr. F. Wilkinson occupied the chair. There was not so large an attendance as expected, owing to the inclemency of fho weather; but those who were present ap peared to enjoy the music greatly. The anthems,-" But in the Last Days," arnd " Awake,'Awake" were well rendered, and elicited great applause. The " Life Boat" (one'of. Mr. Sankey's sacred songs and chorus) was deservedly encored. The proceeds of the concert are in aid of the church funds. Mr. Middleton proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman and choir, which were carried unanimously.
BRUNSWICK CHORAL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
BRUNSWICK, CHORAL UNION. A special meeting of the Brunswick Choral Union was held on Tuesday oven. ing, at the Brunswick 1?6ohanics' Insti. tuto, for the purpose of appointing a con. ductor, vice Mir. J. Eggloston, resigned. Mr. Connor, of Coburg, was asked to fill the vacancy, but dechned. After some discussion it was decided, on the motionof Mr. Endorsboo, that the society should. adjourn for two months, by which time, it is thought, Mr. S. Crook will bo woll' enough to assume the conduotorship. To MIr. Eggleston, (the founder of the society) is mainly duo the success that has always attended the Union's efforts. Before separating, aheartyvote of thanks was tendered to MIr. Eggloston, on the motion of the librarian, ir. Lilburno, who in a neat speech alluded to the great loss the society was about to sustain. -
Tales, Sketches, &c. "WELL DONE" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Tales; Sketohes; &a. " WELL DONE l" _ Alloo had boeen book at home a week or more, when Owen Vaughan came voluntarily once more to the suhoolhouse. Dr. and Mnr. Hope wore both out, and Alieo eat alono. The familiar stop, for Which she had so often litened, was close behind her now,(yet she never turned. How, could she lturn while that light-half of anger, but half or passion. ate aileation-burned in her eyes? l- Ie at boaesid her, grave and gentle an of ' old, but there was a now tone in his volo |when he told her the story of his lifo, a now longleg In his faeoo when he tol her he loved her. In a few simple words he told her, but these words she aew were uttered from lise hear,. and their truth ned earnestoeas weCreo lke tie truth and earno?uoese of prayoi. "I have detorminedt many tinlese that I woueld never utter these worllsto ygn, Alleo," he said. " I hove struggled long; anet hard aganist tonemptaton but it has mastered me ac last. Beofore you went away, looking ae fra...
ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
ANNUAL TMUNICIPAL ELECTION. The elections to take place next month appear to be awakening some attention as the time for nomination draws nigh. We understand that it is likely there: will be four sdats vacant in the Brunswick Coun cil, and several names have been men tioned, as probable candidates. We are informed that AIr. J. W. Fleming, and Mr.: Hutchinson, both ex-councillors, have been- requested to stand; and MIr. Jenkins, an old resident of the borough, but hitherto a quiet one, is also spoken of. - In all probability more names will crop upin'a few days, either as aspirunts to municipal honors, or brought into notice by the ardor of friends.
Original Poetry. WRECK OF THE "BRITISH ADMIRAL." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Original Poetry. I WRECK OF TilE " BRITISII ADMIRAL." Fieroa were the raging billows, And pitch dark the stormy night, e~ WaVc the " British Admiral" struck heavily, And soon for ever was lost to sightJ Several mon a light boat did launch, To escape a too certain doom; But the boat capsizod, and they sank : Far beneath the white onrl'd foam. I Tho mariners were brave and bold, In this heart rending time of need,, For well they know she could not hold, iBut must soon sink below the weed. Alas, it is a horrid tale, .:" To hear their triends relate : How all on deck, stood sick and pale And wept whilst thinking of their fate. S'd are our hearts, when we reflect That on her first trip'to our land, No loes than four score souls are wre k'd And she luite burled in the sand. The shore is strewed with decaying forms, That once were happy, loved, and gay ; But now they've left this world of stkrms, And soared to mansions far away. Thnus snk a gallant ship and crow, When landing on their nati...
BRUNSWICK BOROUGH LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
BRTUNtVICK BOROUGH LOAN. -It'has been freely montionsal-w.it?li tho past few days that the proposed loin for public works in Brunswiek, has: not been Iegally advertised. Perhaps some of the Councillors, or the Town Clerk, will place the matter clearly before our readers to remove any doubt on the subject. The statement is that the requirements of the Borough Statute have not been complied with in indicating the streets to be drained, and the several amounts to: be spent on kerbing and channelling, and other works, together with the places where such outlay from the loan fund is to take place. Is is to be regretted if there is any technical or other difficulty in the way of floating the loan, or at least placing the question fairly before the burgeases at the coming election.
Town Hall, St. Kilda, June 23rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Town Hall, St. Kilda, Juno 23rd, 1?74.- The practico in St. Kilda with regard to paving footpaths is that it is only laid down on tho requisition of property ownero who pay one half. All the paviog that has boon done has beeoon laid the whole width of the footpaths.-GEolr?o SnRrI, Town Clerk. Town Surveyor's Omioe, Prahran, Juno 23, 1874.-The practico of this Town raspooting llagging of footpaths has boon (with one exception) to only lay the flaggingt on the applhotion of the owners of pro.larty, the Council and owner bearing equal share of the expense. Blloestoan or Castlodmaine flagging ie usod at the option of the appli cant, and is laid to the foll wiidth of the path. The oexcption referred to, was a length of about firevo chains of path put down by the Conned-full width without con slting the owneors-who were called on to pay their moiety.-T. IIHur, Town Suar voyor. From James Evillo, Town Council Offices, Emeora tl Hill, 23rd Juno, IS74.-Aa to flag ging, theo TE rahl Htill Cou...
HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, 13TH JULY. (Before Messrs. King and Laurens, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
HOTIIAM COURT. MONDAY, 13Tht JULY. (Boforo ?Eossrs. King and Laurons, ,.P1.s TiRnnB GnRAoS.-Sally Farrell, C(cordio Loy, and Jooh Smith, throo votarios of wino and beauty, wro brooght up biy un syttpaltlising constables for b.ing drunkl and disorderly. Thlo bench puit on it3 most severo aspect, and road the defend oit a a Good. Tomplar homily, after which they discharged thonii. TUsDAvy, lirit JULY. (Before Mr. Clarko, J.'.) A RowvY Yourcr.-Duais IotAuliflb, who appearotd bulbro the courto.on 16(th March, for drnkllonneos, and. on 20th April for abusive lauguage, wan chargod byr Martin O'Shdnnass with lihaving on the day previous wilfully broke the doors and windows of the complainant, and com mitted £2 damage. ie had boon ar rested and bailed out for £10: The bench discharged him with a caution. LABncEnY.- Thomas Chapel, on this charge, was remanded until Thursday, the 16th inst. .WEDNESDAY, GTII JULY. (Before Mr. King, J.P.) LAnccNov.-James Whitton, on this charge, was remanded- u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
ZPublicatons. T nIE "ADVE1TISER." T OIRCoLATING IN IIOTIHAM, WEST MELBOURNB;E, BRUNSWICK, qonBURG, , HEIDELBERG, ELTHAM, CAMPBELLFIELD, ,PRESTON, MORANG, &o., &c. 1Published every Week. This Journal contains" the full REPORT OF LOCAL CO NCIL MEETINGS, " OLICEu COUnT PnROCEDINGS, :: CO.mOosroNE ENCN, &.. . I lbo" iven oaoh0hidoob ao kt.Y Ido heof.l. a.nd Intor.hcting Matter. .heo price Iofthq pa pr is Is.epr.quart r 4s.iporyoar, delivers; , payableiý advauin -Ik lINGLE COpIJIS'. QI'E?Y..F-?s .i, ',' Adotioommniotsations inton eact insue u musat.bo authodntiontod by ti hamo e addroes of theu writer, and should"b o se?nrt thobofiee not later than Wednodyt attet ti Perlo , .h '.. ".", " Standing noticos,as' per agreement. " . * TERMSb-CAo.. . "Advortlsomento recived for each iosuou toneo 'o'clook on the day provious to publs. oation: '.Each advertiseomont should boear upon the manusoriptthe number of inosertione requiroel. 'Whon no instruotione are sent in refere...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
. AGENTS FOR THE "'ADVERTISER " Hotham: Air. E. Lyons, 27, Quoousboary st,, OCrlton: Mr. J. CalaIdor 0'Elizaboth. straet,' Mr. Gregory,'Lygon'street. :' '. :" Brunswick: MAr. Eckeroall, Sydney road.y Coburg: Air. Turnham. Sydnoy road.? bollingwood: Mhrs. McMullin' '194 'Gertrude street. East Collingsobd d: Mr. \V. T.' Capper, 130 Wellington astreet-.'''." : : Fitzroy: Mrs.? Wodruff, Brinianwiok-treet: Elthiam: Mr. Andrewe: " e-idelberg and A lpington: Mr. OiKefe blanlk NoticeS T E MATIONAL'ýBANK OqFP AUSTBA S Hotham Branch-- ' , ! ELIZAkBETH! .ST REET;: Intrest allowed on Fied Dep osits 5 per sent: per annum for 2 nonths." 4 ,, '?;'. :I"l" for. 6t:monthes (I Bills discounted't cicrrent rates ,:.:h Drafts issued oad l znohcbs es a:gpnciesin the colonies and UpitedKingdom.: , ,,, -E.:W. IAGHTFOOT, ,., . - .- .'- --. -- ,. Manager.:., ExeusHs , Scor asfi: ANDmi-,*erl £ LIAN OHARTERED:BANK: srach HAY MARKET BRANCH. ELIZABETH STREET 'ORTH NEAR"-: FLEMINGTONtAND' ?YDNEY .ROADS. - This Ban...
COBURG ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, 6TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
COBUUIG ROAD BOAID. MONvDAY, GTII JULY. Present-Mr. W. Ih?nt (Chairman), Messrs. Vincent, Dolling, McGowau, Chapman, Mluo. son, Christian and Kylo. Accounts were passed amounting to £130 7s. 4d. Mr. Chapman announced that the amount of unpaid rates to the 30th June reached the large sum of £64 10s. At this stago the Ordinary Mlooting was postponed, for the purpose of holding a Special Mooting to take into consideration matters relative to the outstanding flins in. liloted on contractors, and also the forfeituro of dopdsits. Mr Dolling, In alluding to the manner in which the contraotors had always done their work under the Board hitherto without flnes, said he oonsildered the fines too high altogether, and alluded to the satisafatory manner in which the works had al. ways been done, and he thought all the fines should be returned, and a distinct understanding arrived at that in future they would to inflioted. Air. MoCiowan, in supporting this, statod that he had boon informed on very...
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 8TH JULY, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
', BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. V?EDNESDAY, Brj JUmY, 1874. Present--His Worship the Mayor (in the chair,) and Councillors Stranger, McDonald, Hutton, Straw, Overend, and Tinning. CORRESPONDENCE." Letter from the Water Department, asking that the road should be repaired where pipes had been laid down, as the wheels of the carts were likely to damage the pipes when passing over them. le ferred to Public Works Committee. A memorial, numerously signed by rate. payers, asking the Council to reinstate John . Conrih in his employment as a laborer, was presented. Referred to Pub lie Works Committee. Letter from Messrs. Pearce and i\Iartin asking permission to construet a, right-of way, which had been undertaken by the Board of Health; granted, subject to levels being approved by Surveyor. D. NValsh was the successful tenderer for supplying 1000 yards of metal for the Sydney road, at Gs. 3d. per yard. rINANCE. The Finance Commhittce recommended payments to the extent of £384 3s., which were according...
Football Notes. NORTH MELBOURNE (3rd 20) v. (1st 20) MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Football, Notes.. " BY ScnctIioE. aron0II MELBOURNE (3rd 20) v. (1st 20) SMEcIANICS. i Saturday last being an off day with the let and 2nd twenties of the North Mel bourne club,' it was' decided that the " muffs" or 3rd twenty-as they choose to eall'themselves," should. have the privi . logo of a ;game. Theo Mechanics' club. was chosen as the softest thing for the 'muffs to operate on, anod accordingly Saturday last saw the teams from both clubs arranged in battle array in the Royal Park. McIndoo captained the muffs, having for a vice the lengthy Col lie, better known to fame as a cricketer, and one of the best bats in Hothain. After a consultation between the captain and vice, the orders weie given by the former to his fellow muffs, that all were to follow the ball or play wherever they tbought proper. The .captain himself with an amount of consideration that was touching to behold, allowed his men every opportunity of.play, and with a riemark ablo.self denial placed himself well b...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
Borough Councils. IIOTIIHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13r? JuLY. Present--His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), Councillors Clarke, Caine, Laurens, Thomas, White, Carroll; Ryan and Paton. i connESPONDlENCE. Lotter from the Chief Secretary, asking for the returns of names left off the rate payers' roll. The Town Clerk was in atructed to send the desired return ater the meeting of the Revision Court. From Mr. Munro, M.L.A., forwarding a copy of the Local Government Act, and stating that he would be happy to assist the Council in any way in his power, and asking foa their opinions on the question. Councillor Carroll asked if Mr. Curtain had'forwarded any communication. The Town Clerk replied that he had not. ! It was agreed that a Special Meeting of ithe Council should be held at an early data, and in the meantime Mr. -Munro should be thanked for his courtesy. A ddzen copies of the Local Government Act fereo ordered to be purchased in order to supply each councillor with one. l A circular was r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 July 1874
mrapiser, setc ULTUM IN PARVO !! E. SELLGROVE Begs toinform his numerous oustomers that S. having a LARGE ST OCK ON HAND, he has determined to the remainder of his WINTER STOCK` The Stock . emprses- ;. :Blankets, Si':Shetings, SCalicoes,' SSerges, Repps, ? ,-Lushes;,: " "~° ::T~weeda, Clothing. r.M i 'e r y . . . ... - -'r .z Floorclothe;s, Hearthrugs, Mattings, , , floor Mate, Hatse Caps, Ties, '. And Hundreds of Other Articles too Numerous to Mention. BARGAINS I BARGAINS I I 'BARGAINS ! I SALE : TO OOMMENCEI On Satarday, :.th 'July, 1874, And continue for I jFOUR WEEKS ONILYI Nets thi, Addreee- t 52 ERROL ST., HOTflAMf, NORTII MELBOURNE.' GREAT . CLEARIN G SA L :AKIRUPT STO K,: -c. 4GEO. ;CRAIB, S 45• and 47 ,6'.. Bourke Street 'East, togs to announce that in addition to his own WINTER STOCK, which he will offer at CO 8 TP P R I O E '. he willabow, N SATURDAY NBEXT Iad following days, a portion of i BANKRUT STOCK. eerd by his Home Buyer under most favorable circumstances. INSPECTI...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 July 1874
Sir-Having soon in Saturday's Age an acoount.of a, mpoting' of" those' favor abli fir' tid payinient df lalfof the flagging ldone out of the loan, but against itsking or believing it is fair that half the payment of kerbing or any portion thereof should be asked fbr although both done out of the loan; this is fair play all round witlh a vengoance?c. I Palso olsoerved' Ithato ex councillor IBltrwiso vas said to be largely interested, and was willing to pay his' share.-. VWonderful; but, how is it thathe has ~.nol ,paid,- after laving received a ccertains amount from. onoeof his tenants P !And I ask some of those who were at that ?noeting, have they paid theirs or any portion, although clamoring so iloudly about replenishing the" c'ffers of the borough. I say to those, set the example. Many ratopayors .take the rates: to the rate collectdr at liis'ollice long before they lhasve any need to do so. Now those re iferred to know'~wvll tlhey haLe not paid, tand.tlist it-ais 'alI 1iroprcd f...
THE PAVEMENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 July 1874
fTI IPA.Vi LV'I U,' QUESfL OL ., Sir-L.i s. nutchl to b, regrettcd i that certain of your corresponidents w\riting on? tho question do not cona ne themselves to the qunstion at, i~io, viz. " Is thie de nmand that propeirty owners who have received pa vmment in" front of their prbnlfllsshall p:y' one-half the cost of sainse, IRTL ainr'id jst, deiitid :or not,.' cad let tlteise discuss it "ieasonably and fatirly. 'Ilstcad of 'doing this, they ;'ly olf'it.ia'tangent, aiid try to open up "dise cussion on matters' that occurretdl years ago, and wliieli hava nothing to do w?hlt over with the cgi~stion' at issue, It is oisily soeen that this 'is 'ddi:e meroly tb divert tie attlntioiof tilhe ratepayers from tho.;importatit issti~ bo?fro': them; it is more vuporing'tlht i dcoives nobody. The great r:ajority of the burgesses; likeomy self, aie interested in the principle at issue only, and not in the question of, who is for oa iwls'eis.agbinstelt.i, ;With dns' the grent consideration is nte,....
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 July 1874
Letters lto ,the Editor. ~ The lcEdito does not idntij himself wilth /he oliinioi«of rrMponltgd, dor,. drtake to return or holtdh oelf reksponsible for the safety of any comineituseation. - Cor,,espio ilrei ahe d l, paragrap/hs of local Sintet'eslt indl/ furninshed by readers. should be written r o a one sidi of the paper, only, . inil:e forwarded early in t/he wecek a 'liosdible ;iaddessed to the ! 'editor."' . W~"All lellttersont be accompanied by thereal name and altddress of the wlriter--not for publication, but as?ca guarantee of good faith.. 4"W Correslondents zooulildi lige ius, and sane themselves disaoppointment, and- annoyanLe,. by- setuling in their, 'contributions .before Thur£dayo iir d .:
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JULY 23RD, 1874. THE HOTHAM TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 July 1874
AND CARLTON-ADVOCATE. 'FRIDAY, JULY 23RD, 1874.: TIIWHOTHAI TOWN HItL' The thanks of.tho community. are due to theb8Mayor.(Councillor.Fogarty) for bring-. ing:undor:the. notico; of the Council the Town Hall question. The recoent discussion is calculated to have the. most beneficial effect in drawing public: attention "to, this subject. There is no doubt that if a fresh application is made to the ministry (no matter what party may be in power), the claim is such a just" one that it can scarcely be refusoed:" The business at the Police Codrt, is accumulating' so rapidly that it is absolutely necessary increased apcommodation should be at once obtained. Suitors, attorneys, 'magistrates, reportors, and the general public are crorided into a strong, smelling, ill ventilated room, not half largo enough for the requirements of the district.. Then, again it is quite,absurd to expect that a post office, which is Iboated in a;:private business establishment, is suitable for the wants of twent...