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ST. MARY'S (R.C.) NEW CHURCH. DRAWING OF ART UNION AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

ST. MARY'S (R.C.) NEWi CHURCH. DIRAWING OF ART UNION AND CONCERT. A .o-sun concert and varielty clteltr tainn ect, was given in the North Mel bourne Town Illll, on Friday evening, June 26th, in conection wit!h tile drain ing if the. Art Union, which had leen postp.ned fr.m the Easter Carnival, in ai I f tlhe Building Funbl of St. [ary's (R.C.) New Ohurch. Miss Morris opened the concert with tihe pian.forte overture "Marche lHIn groise." Misses Morris and Mlcadows, two r.,ther dijeiuoie littl Inldies sang " l Don't\ Want to Piay in Your Yard," with great cenlidence and slyle which Inerited the nalpl:hse of the audi ence. Mrs. Sandelrs, a lady who pos sesses a cultivated, beautiful soprano voice, sang "The Carnival," with great effect, whlich was nmchl admireo.. Miss Kathleen Duggan, a powierful cotralto, sang "TThe Valley by tile Sea," for which she receirvd great applause. Mr. J. Rowan, a tenor of clnsiderahle range of voice, sang " Island of 1)reams," in his usual good stvyle, whic...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

LEGISLAr.TI . ASSEBIfhLY. North Mdljourne. - Mr. G. M. Preodergast, Flcmington-road, North M[elboumrne. West M[elbourne.--Dr. . . Maloney, corner Cnening and l)ryburgh strset., North Melbourne.

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WEST MELBOURNE BOWLING CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

WVEST MEILBOURNE BOWLING CLUB CONCERT. A CoScEnT in connection with the above club was held on Monday evening in thile Masonic IIall, Cdllins-street, when a first class progranune was presented to a large and appreciative audience. The concert was under the patronage of tile Mayor and Mayoress of Melbourne-Cr. and Miro. Strong-who were present, as also were Cr. James Dynon, J.P., President of the club; and Cr. J. Marks, Vice-President. The following pro gramnme was gone throoghl, not a single alteration or hitch taking place in connection with any part of it:-" The River of-Years.."-Mr_,?- . Sutthrlandy "Sunshiane and Rain," Mi-s Fanny Lyndhurst; "Out on the D. ep'," Mr. W. G. Barker; "The Valley by the Sea," Miss Maggie St'rling; "Nocturne," Miss Ethlel Mercer; "Swiss echo song," Miss Nellie McCllland; "Serenade," Mr. G. P. Russell; "Dear Heart," Miss Florance Luaie; " Mary of Argyle," Mr. Harold Ward; "The Skipper," Mr. W. G. irtker; "The Gift,". Miss. Fanny Lydhlurs.; "In Shelter...

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DIRECTORY. NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

DIRECTORY. NORTIIT uXI WEST MIIE lBOURXNL. LEGISlIATIVE COUNCIl. Menmbers for North Yarra Province. -Mr. F. S. Grihwade, 346 Flioders hneO. _ldboirne; Mr. _WilliU l'it,. S470 Collins-street, Mnelbo:rne; Mir. N: talniel LoriPrinces-stxeotYSt Kild. -

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OFF COURT DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

OFF CounT DA?.--On Wednesday, I at the Northl Melbourne Court, a boy named Frederick- -lack was-charged with stealing 7s. from a till. He was remanded until yesterday, and how he fared is reported in another column. James Riley, a sullfferer from lqnnry, was committed by the presiding magistrate, Mr. Bindon, and another justice, to the Kew Asylum.

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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XXVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

ANrAJSTRAIrAN STOKYI rCOPYRIRTun.I WHO IS HE? OR nThe Idian latahmlailil Australia, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OP TttO Natural & Supernatural, DT KEXXE2'HTIT A.II.ILTO3; Jr.D., P.R.C.S. CITAPIIER XXVI.-(Co.;'is?v'D.) When they cruoscal the bridge she held out her hand to himn, sying: "I mtust bid you good-lye, MJr. B;rton. Our short acqulailtanceas Ibean in danger, and lhas reacrhed the stage of troulle nnd dis graee. I suppose I shan't see you again, or at least not for a long time. I have per undet mny sister to go up to 'Voorara.' It will be helier for us l,oth to get away from thin horrid town. I need not tell you what happines. I wis-h you. I would be an an rantoful womanif I diid inot wish you all that is given to us htere -though I doubt after all that it in on ll." "Miiss ;lrsilen," he replied, simply, "I thank you. For myself I dare not hope; for you I mayr." Tiiy separated never to meet again. What a problem is life! The circles of cxietence are continually toluching and ...

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

`NORTH MELBOURNE TOWRN COUNOILF -4,?i -- MODAY , JTUNE 29. Present.-The Mny,.r (Cr. Fgarty), and Cro. Steel, larwise, Gardiner, Fuller, Petrie, and Carter. CORRnESPOND ENCE:. IFrmn tile Society of St. Vincent de Paul, stating tlhat thte nnual Sntertain ment of the 'local brancil would b-. held ln ~lAuust-3rd, and asking for the patronage of the Coun::cil.-lteceived; und request-granted. Fromn the Railwvay Department, ask ing for a cheque for £50 14s., moiety of Council's liability for cleansing the drains of the silt pit in the Railway RIeserve, near Laurens-street, for the last four years.-Received, and referrcd to the Public \Works Coutmittee. From the Post and Telegraph Dl)epart mnent, referring to the Council's letter of thle 20thl, ask;ing that shipp'ng intelli gence bh posted up at the local Post Office, ald stating thlat after due consi deration it was not deemed advisable to grant the request. Cr. Barwise: Thley many think better of it lwhen they have finishllted enquiring a...

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STREET ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

STrEErT ACCIDEdT.-On WCdoep'sda nafternooi a boy named Josejph Hickey was knocked- down by a busggy in Ab botsford-atrent, and sostnined seome cnts ond abrasions obout the face. HIe wos takcnto thlw-M?selbourne -hospitalfahy a on- stable Fitzgerald, and alter being treated left for his home,

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

INORTH MELBOURNE ...POLICE COURT. MOODAY, oune 90. BeforeDr.Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Fogarty, Barwise, \Wylie, and Carter, Js.P. DRUNKS. Charles Smith letldel gnilty to being intoxicated. He was fined 5s., with ls, cab fare. Margaret Coverdale, charged withl the same offence, was fined 5., or 21 hours. VAGRANCY. James Lowe was charged as above. Constable Kirwan said thlaton Thurs day night defendant caine into the watch-house and gave himself up. Defendant said he had bleenl 30 years in the colony. For the last 12 months he had been living in Spottiswoode. Dr. Lloyd: How much have you spent with the publican for.the last 12 months? Defendant: I have not kepta strict account. He was remanded for seven days in order that inquiries might be made if there wa\s room for hin at the Immi grants' Homne. - 31. ?NTE.ANCE CASe. Mary Mlanton v. Victor Jones, main tenance of an illegitimate child. An order was made, by consent, for 7:6 a week, with 27/6 costs. Dr. Lloyd said it was creditab...

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

VICTORIAN FIil PIO'I'ECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tit? usual weekly inieting of the above socioly was hell at the UBlil Ianil Month lnotel, IB orke-s: r.et, ni Friday evrenilg, 2(;th inst.; thie Vtice-President (Mr. 1i. Bisset) in the chair. A fair attend race of meilbers present. Thie iinutes of thle lIrevious ncltinlg were read and contfirmed. Mr. T. Lautler reported on the state of-tle Pavijion a.t-the-Wetrr ibee, and ltated that it required 'attention. The l'residet (Mr. 1i. Ferguson) was then calle.d upon to read his highly instructive paper In "A Drscrilslion of the Tnacle an Aniigler Shouldl Use in Angling for BrCntl," as follows: TIIu nmalter or sulbjeet I have to bring before vot to-lnight is as intlicaled last FrilIay eve linl ".\ Idesriltpt ion of thile tackle an angler shkolth nse ini angling for bream.' The salbjcct is one of esplecial interest at the precent juncture. seeing tlht we are now, and have been for omtne time, electing new menm bers to our :saoeia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

Public Notices. M. W, GRIFFITHS, Boot & Shoe Warehouse, 17 ERROL ST., NORTH MELB. Large Stock. Reliable Good. NEXT DOOR To i. L. YOU-G, DRAPE-R). . Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots Made to Measure. Fit Gluaraantecd. REPAIRIS. Workman o. the Premtises. BRANCH: MELBOURNE ROAD, NEWPORT. For WEDDING RINGS, IKEEPERS. DIAMOND RIINGS, IENGAGE xE NT RINIGS, JtEWEILEIIY of all kinIs. SPE.;C'TrACL~S, anl ;iB- ELECTIOI'ILATED WARE, GCO TO ??~~P i. I~i. JBppOIl TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE. ta-Watches, Clocks, ant Jiwellery ?epl'laircd. AllWork Guaranteed. Size Carlds of IHilngs anl P'rices sent on lappllication. FRED, J, BREARLEY, Architect, "Verqon," 104 liller-st,, West Ielb. Member of Archtl. Assoctn. Certificated from Science& Art Dept., London. England,. and The Working M?en's Co?lege, Melbourne. Medallist,&c, &c. Building leferee, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

-9-· - '.----=- ~.;=-'L-;!z _ _ _ _ _ _ -~~~j~3 ------- FITZGRALD RO-rHRS SIKMERCRS I _ _~i~ (0~--- -- --~ LI _____ ----~-- _ _ ---3 n- T Y L FA I Y RP R NISOrNRY SARIIE Boot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North M1elbourne. Try Leeming's Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes, neat caps, 3/11 per pair; marvellous value. * . Ladie7-Glace Lace SE-6es, 47/1i. Button Shoes, 5/11. Ladies' " Reliable" Bals., neat _ toccap, 4/11. Queen Button and Bis.;-5/ii. - Ladies' Glace Bals., 6/11. Button Glace Bals., worked . -button holes, 7'/11. Gent.'s Tan Sedan Bals., 8/6. Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Welted _ Bals. 12/6_; special value. nGent.'s Dress Bals., 4/11 5/11. - -Ladies'- White Shoes, -Lace and Button, 3/11. i REPAIRS a Speciality, and Finished Daily. Large Staff of Skilled Repairers kept on the Proei?ises. BOOTS for CHILDREN Lengthened when too short. * Largest Boot Shop in Victoria. Best Value for Money in Australia. W. LEEMING COLONN~A~WDE -OOT BAZAAR. 1 Errol Street, " NORT$ JIELBOURNE -TEL'EPHONE 1182.-, T. H. ALLI...

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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

REvIlsloN CovUI.-A Revision Court of the municipal rolls of this district will obe held at. the North Melbourne Court-house, oi ?Vedneosday, 22nd inst., at 10 a.m. --Less--r cS WoEomst-IculosEL U BowLlso CLus.-Tho above' club have have sustained a:severe lois by the death of fIr. G. Elijot who was buried.on Wednesday orterooon. Mr. Elliot was a most enthusastl:o ?nud open handed supporter ol the clul, and his decease will be felt keenly by his fellow bowlers, as well as by his relatives and friends. On. D. WalesI}I?.- .Tlls genllemanll~l, -We at glsoi-to-say, ---5 now c-bito2aave his lhouse and attend to his 1iusines, but has still to avoid rxposure to the nigiht air, and probably for thaIt reason was not at the North Melbourno Coacil last Monlday nIighlt. Cr. \VWdick's friends and North Melbournei peple generally will Ibe pleased to, Ia ir of hi;s having safely pullehd through a very se vere attack of illness. "ha?nor Fan-Att?.lhe F!lemiug.ion Court, on Tuiesday, the To'n Clerk, Mr...

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INVESTIGATION IMPERATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

INVESTIGATION IMPERATIVE. Tir extravagance of thle Victorian Go vernment is a text upon which so lmony sermons hare been preached, so to speak, that for us to enlarge upon it at this time, of day .ws5.l idet be a " vain "repetition."': The fact that the colony owes the motlifer country over forty ril lions, with or small pipulation, is in itsrlf a heavy indictment ng:inst the firna:cial abilities of successive Miinis tries; and, indeed, Ihad the various private firms in thie city carried on their ibusiress in thie way rmany Goveornments of thie day have that of Victoria, tle principals would lhave been in the Irsol rency Court listerning to judicial hormilies on "reckless trading." Tile retrench ment operations of thie PATTERsoS and TUnREn Cabiners, have reducedl thie out lay in rmany directions, especially ii that of tile amrount of salaries nrd tie nrum bers of offlicials, but thie day of " wilful and wickled waste" in tile )Departrents has evidently not yet passed away nc cording...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

ANGLING NOTES. THE H ANGLERS' DEI)PO'T For FISHING TACKLE. G;lEINIIAlLiT OA..T' OI)oS, I joints, 7/i; scrh. Bo.0 antd l;E:L.s 'tpaired. Satudornns Fr!esh )aily. Sldtdl \\'lhitieb:ait for Itay l"ishin-. J. SCOT.T, CuOsWI'Hr.ILthrll.lDlNOs,8l- OcUIIs"-sT., Melbourne. STRAND HOTEL, Coiner North JIotidl nml Str~udl, NEWIORT, Oppositc P'unt. Convenient to Boat SIheds. Best lrantls of Wines Ralnd Spirits kept. t..in:tv, &c. Goad .cc.srod:r ion ,for Anglers. Miss M1.. A. Dollltnr., P'rolrietress. ST. MARY'S R. C. CHURCH, Victoria Street, Wet, Melbour;:e: - Drawing of Art Union, NORTH MIELBOUIRNE TOWN HALL, 21;th JUNE, O1896. in accordance with previous notification, the Art Union was publicly drawn at a highly successfll coneert, unltler thle presi dlencyo[ tihe Mayor, Councillor T.Fogorty.J.'P. The following are the Winning oumbers: Prize.Winning Ticketl. Prize.WinningTicket. :30th 26,084 ith 10,050 17th 1,031 25th 53,480 15th 13,782 27th 82,8411 4th 10,091 20th 12,275 22nd 1,241 ...

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DEATH OF MR. W. R. MUNCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

DEATH OF Mn8. W. I. M1uNCE.c-W regret to have to chronicle tile death of Mr. W. R. MIunce, which took place at his residence, Lothian-street, about 2.80 a.m., yesterday. The deceased gentle man was over 70 years of age, and tlhe cause of his demise is supposed to have been heart trouble. He wasn for many years Clerk of Petty Sessions in the City, and was Electoral Registrar for the Hotlhanm Division of Melbourne West. MIr. lunce was a member of SI. Mlary's Church of England, Krth Melbourne; and enjyed tihe benefits of an academical and classical training. being an under gradunate .f Trinity College, Dublin. STr.ri.xo ioors.-About 6 p.m., on Wednesday, whlile some boots were being delivered from a trap at Mr. Leeming's, Errol-slreet, a man jumped up into tihe temnporarily vacated butggy, and drove away. He was subsequently arrested in Brunswick, the samue evening, and no doubt will be remanded to Northl Mel bourne court. The value of tihe goods was about £4. Tly SocIETs ENTER1T.?AIEN...

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RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

RUNNING SHOTS. "Snow's" no "frost." Bobby Grierson facile prineeps. North are decidedly an improving team. Has IcNee definitely found his place. "Skit" Larkiu a decided success on the wing. Geordie Gates turned up late-still raking in the shekels. Bill Stuckey played another great game. "The sunshine of Paradise Alley." The boys had a great day down at Mordi" alloc. Who lost "his boot coming home in the train ? Take your partners for the next "hbck" set. HcNee open to ride any one of the lot-in a cart. Dave Currie an out-and-out grafter in the rack. lobby Grierson one of the best followers in the competition. Bert Launder done some r-al oll-time dashes last Saturday. How many English half-crowns does it take to make a German mark 1 Ask Woody. Some of the North team played a splendid -asses at Menliatioc-'--ls-5.h.sbrsl._____ What a half-back line-Noonan, E. Laun der, and Stuckey-takes a lot of beating. North kicked two goals each quarter--con eletent, at any rate.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. Secretaries kindly send their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, in secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. RICHMOND. North Still on the Up Grade. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

FOOTB iLL NOTES. Secretari?g in1,ll. .'n in "their Revslt not later th1,n Tuesdlay Eretning.,. t, srcure insertion. ilro pltacew s:ane in Editor's floe. /1 S.ANDFORD. NORHl'l[ AELBOUINI v. IICHMOND. North Still on the Up Grade. LAST Satirday was, I may say, almost a perfect lay for football, ahtllougli the IRiclinond Crick,.t Ground, on which the above mintcll was played, still bore evi dence of tha wet weather lacly experi enced. A large numiber of elle prti-nns of b),,it reants were pre-sent, the local elcmtent of ctursze being t le re.lominit ing Iec. N'orlt Meloliurne haI. a capital tenin ,it, Ottes be'ng thlo ,nlyl notable absentee, whil.t their opponents had a capital rnprersent.tion, and llheir respective suppioters had n1 cealus to regret their atiandance, for the ga.me was an exciting one from soart to finish. S uckey again winning the toss kicked towards the railwry vic, lhaving the advantage of wlinterer indll lthere was bloning. Thle N.'rthl followers, lheded ivy Bobby G...

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JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

.OLLY & DRY'S AxsD MOUNT FORD'S TROPIl'IES. Tll nUtatl weelly meetiing in conreetiot willthl theII above was held at lhe Turf Club Htel, Fhl,,eiig:on-road. ot Tues day, 0lith inst., at 8 1u.t. M1r. W. E. Clarke in the ltnirllAtllthedj lngaies were present. The minutes of thie previous meeluing were read and conlirmed. A letter was receiv.d front the Orlmond F.C. stating that thely had dishanded. I'r.,toss.-Parklril'e against Hillside, and British Star against WYaverley. were adjulrned ,ill next rce:tintg. PeIrmiision ;as grit'ed t . J. hdall and Newtu, to pl': sithl West Ports. Report bhr Uipire Smithl against tie \Waverliv 1". C. for strilking him. and rough play, after a lot of discussion it was decided to fine tlhem, which ititst be paid by next mteeting. The failowing are last Saturldaas matches : British Star v. Waverley.-This natch, owing to tilhe treatment the British received (be:ng clascd off the ground), ias tnfitishled. British Star, 2 goals (l)avis and Considine)...

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ALBION UNITED v. RICHMOND CITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896

A LihION' UNITlID v. RICHMOND CITY. 'i'Tnsti two lhtbs met lastL Saturday on the No,;.th 31em.urun?e Hleceratioh R' seroe. n:al as both teomls are well oIp on the premihrshlp list, great inte.est was tilketl ill the iatllch. After a isldid gtut,, it which tlth ai-!es playtd well, victory rested with the Albion by I gal (Kelly) 2 behinds to 3 behuinds. FIr thlt winners, Quilligan and Walsh on the wiags played in great style, as also did Strauger, P'wer, Prott. Armstr.tig, )lnunt (2), ielly, Heekie, Sigmllnat, iand ilyan--iln fact tle altole team t pltl'ed .plendilly toIrether. Albion United play lBrunswick to morrow at I3rtunswick. St. Mlary's v \Windsor.--This matchl w:s played lnst Satunrdty, and resulted in a wil fir the fortnr by 3 goals to nil. Melrose v. Exeslsior.--'Tlhis matchl wats p11lyed l the gruundL of the former, at hloyal Prk, and resulted in a win for tle a. lIr. se, by goals 14 behinda, to 1 g;al 5 Ithhinds. The goal-kickers for the Melrose were Torpey (3), Riordnn (...

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