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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. THE half-yearly meeting of the above was held in the Lodgeroomn, Me chanics' Hall, on Thursday evening, June 25th. The President, Mr. W. Sholer, in the chair. After tife confitrm ation of the minu:es, amongst other correspondence, a letter was received from the St. Vincent de Paul Society asking patronage of tile branch at tile annual entertainment on August 31st. As it was necessary to obtain the consent of the Board of Directors, the matter be left to the secretarry, with the under standing that patronage be granted, provided the Board has no objections. Seven new members, Messrs. Feanrer, Lambert, Byrne, SIartin, Singles, Steel, and Schmidt, were elected benefit members, and welcomed by Mir. S. W. McDonagh. Five proposals for mem bership were received. The syllabus for the ensuing half-year was submitted and approved of, with slight alterations. A special date was set apart for the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the branch, which falls on...
THURSDAY, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
Tunsonao , July 2. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Barwise, Bindon, Green, and Fuller, Js.P. A WEA:NESS FOR DUCKS. John Edwards who was charged last Thursday with stealing three ducks tile property of Annie Cranston, and was also charged with being a rogue and a vagabond, being remanded at his own request till yesterday, was again pre sented. For the defence Charles \Villiams said he lived in Howard-st., North Melbourne. On the night of the 20th he saw Edwards and was in his company from 10.30 to 11.45 p.m. The tenor of the witness's evi dence was to prove an alibi. John Hobson said that on the' 20th he saw the defendant at 10.15. Witness knew where Mrs. Cranston lived. He and prisoner were not near her house. James Morrison said that on thle 20th he sawv John Edwarids in tho'esairket. He was with him from 10.30 to mIid night. : The bench said the evidence was not satisfactory and the defendant would be disclharged on both clharges. LAnCE.Y. Frederick Clack, a boy, wai char...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
TeLEOIRAxI. T'elegr.ins received at any Telegraph Officc addressed to any place withii tilhe city, toxn, &e., in whijih such ohice is siunated, and delivered free ithlini a radius of one mile; within a radius of l. mniles, S.1. extra is charged. Urgent Telegrams chlarged dollide or din:ary rates, and ldespatclhed in preference to others. To or from any Sxtinlrixrvictoria. 8.80 a.,m, to 8 )1.m. 8. d. Nine words ... ... ... 0 Extra words, each:l ... ... 0 1 After 8 p.m. to oiiduight. Ten words ... ... ... 2 0 Every additional world ... ... 0 2 24iduight to 8.30 n.m.: Ten words ... ... ...3 0 Every ndditionsl wird ...... 3 Suoxsa rs. Mes'sages forwarded to i,,hices opexn on Sundays, if draple I in the bx iprovided for that purpi;se, :n, the Meldoxrije Ollice witlh fee enclose . 8.30 a.m. to !9.30 p).m. s. d. Ten words ... ... ...2 0 Extra words, each ... ... 0 2 9.30 p.m. to 8.30 a.m. Ten words ... ... ... 3 0 Extra words, eachl ... ... 0 3
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE FOR NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
S?IPrpSo IRTELLIGOENCB E FOR NORus MELEOURNE.-At the meeting of the North Melbourne Council this week a letter was received from the Post and Telegraph department statipg "that it was not deemed advisable to post up particulars of the arrinval and departure of vessels at the local post office." It is difficult to see on what ground this deci sion was arrived at, as seeing the in creased expenditure would be practically nil, and it would be a great convenience to business men and those of the town's neonle whose friends are either "outward" or inward bound."i -Truiy the govein ment "strain at a gnat and swallow a camel" in the matter of the expenditure of publio money.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
Established] [1865. 73 & 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, North_ Melbourn . A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. IAgent for Vlcadarme Weigel's FPatterns. EXCE.LL. CE7* 4+ •. .. . IN . . * €+ + PRINTING. •,ALL , WORK * FIRST-CLASS,. At Lowest Prices, AT KAIN & THOS1ON, 1"68g 1 " . QUEENSBERRY STREET, TILEPHONE 1191, NORTH MELBOURNE. 'iTh'ie following are some of our usual Lines: "Eil11Jead~ : Lb V? ~e ?cd om Xa.T'X:"? Ma~emo~randums,1~: C~ards, C~irc-ulars, Losters (all sizes & colors), "?hoiw - CrL-d, ac in?do, ?'xeBills, cllacadrds, "E"ance =Pro grarmmes, Mhenlus, due.l SNO SLOP WORK.J Tho following LAW FORMS on Sale: Notice of Ow~ner's Intention, A-reement-Land?lord and Tenant, Warrant to Distrain, Complaint Before T~iwo Justices; ALSO, TO LET NOTICES, WINDOW CARDS, all kinds in stock, BUCH AS Apartments To Let, Rooms To Let; ALS0O STRIPS FOR WINDOWS: Selling Off! Sale Now On I &o., &c. We...
ST. MARY'S (C. OF E) LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
ST. 3IARY'S (C. or E) LITE RARY SOCIETY. Tte usual meeting of the soiety- wna held in schoolroom, Howard-st., on June 26th, at 8 p.m. There was a fair at tendance, including a number of vestry men of the church. Mr. W. B. Arnold was elected clhairman. The subject for the evening was a lecture by Rev. Canon Carlisle, on "Tobacco." Before the lecture was proceeded with, considerable disussion arose as to the re sult of the previous debate. It was stated that the voting on that occasion was a win for the affirmative, but owing to it not being known whether some visitors voted or otherwise, it was in definite. The lecture was then proceeded with, and was listened to attentively, as it dealt with the subject in a comprehen sive m. er,~ givingthe origin of tobacco, introduction into England, different species, uses, etc. Owing to the length of the lecture and the late hour, there was no discus sion. The meeting terminated with a hearty vote of thanks being passed to thespeaker for his ins...
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
TRAM WAYS. NORtHT MELBOUllNE LINE. GnEEs BlAsn DAYr . GnrEs LIGHT AT MNiuI. First Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 5.45 a.m.; Sundays at 1.40 p.m. First Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at U.7 a.m.; Sundays at 2.5 p.m. Last Car leaves Flemiington iBridge Week Days at 11.5 p.m.; Saturdays aIt 11.35 p.m.; Sundays at 10.10 p.m. Last Car leaves FLiuders-street-I \Week Days at 11.30 p.mi.; Saturdaya at 12 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.35 p.m, Fare front Flinders-street to Fleming ton Bridge 3d. Connection made at Flemington Bridge with Mloonee Ponds Omnibus Liue. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Queensberry-st., to West Melbourne Line, and rice cersa.
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 July 1896
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. Samuel Amess ... retires 9th Nov., 1899 COoUNCILLORS. Jacob Marks ... retires 1st Nov., ]89U James Dynon ... ,, ,, 1897 Richard Bowen... ,, ,, 1898 Assessons. Henry H. Bindon, John Lettey. RATE COLLECTOR. R. Sparks.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
POSTAL NOTES. Postal 1'IjtO, from is. to 20s., may be obtained at all PostOffices, hut are only payable at any Money Order Office in the Colony, fromn 10 a.mn. to .38 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under Is. 6d.... ... d. ,, ,, 4s. 6d. .. . d. ,, ,, 7s. Gd.... ... 2d. ,, ,, 20s. Od. ... ... Sd. Victorian Postal Notes are payablo in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, nld rice rerra (oni paynment, tie payee nast anfix stnmps equal to poundge). Stanmps of New South Wales, Souith Australin, Great Britain, France, Ger manly, Italy, and United States, are bl tainablo at the General Post OBffice, tMelbourne, in quantities not exceeding s. at one tinme. A commission vill bhe charged of ld. on every 5d. wrthl of Engls!1 and ForeigaStustDmppurchased, and Id. on every Gd. orth of Interco lonial stamps.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
TELEGRAPH: MONE ORdnERS. a. d. Victoria .... Under £5 1.. 1::0 South Australia ,, 3 0 Queensland ... , ... 0 Tasmania .,i ... ,, : ..3 - 0 Now South WVales 0,,: i:..., 2 0 Perth, W.A ... ,, .. 4 0 Victoria .. : Under £10' :.. 1 6 South Austmralia ',, ' . 0 Queenslandi ... : ,, i. 5 0 Tasmania ... .. 0 ': New South Wales ,, ... 3 0 Perth, W.A.; .. , .. 5 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
IMO.EY ORDER OFFICE. Office hours-10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noon, Payable in Victoria:- r Not exceeding £5 ... ... ... 6d. Above £5, butnotoexceed.£10 - 1s. ,, £10, ,, ,, £15 - ls.Cd; ,, £15, ,, ,, £20 - Ss; Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: e. d. Not exceeding £2 0... .. 0 6 5 ... ... 1 0 ,, 10 ... 2 ... 2 0 *,,* 12 . 2. ... 2 6 ,, 15 ... ... 3 0 ,, 17 .... ... 3 6 . . : 20 ... ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada,- Capse-of ^SoodcHoper Ceylon, China, India, Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: S. . , . . ? .' . . " t. - :.'d, Not exceeding £2 0... .... 1 0 Above £2, bat not exceed. £5 - 2 6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 6 ,, £77iuFuLdt exceed. i-0 -i5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
IOnTliI MELBOIURNe TOWs Cousole. SMayor, Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P. lEastomin Ward-Mr. J. Oardiner; Mr. W. H. Fuller, AJP.; Mr. J. Barwise, J.P. Middle Wardl-?Mr. T.'Fogarty, J.P.; Mr. G. Carter; Mr.D. Wadick. Western Wnard--Mr. P. Costello; Mr. J. C. Steel, J.P.; Mr. J. G. Petrioe. Town Clerk,' MiH. J. Randall. Rnate Collector, Mfr. J. Kearney. Surveyor, Mlr. E.L Mclvr. Healtli'Officr, Di. Whitaker. Inspector, Mr. E. Magnus.
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS AND THE MINIMUM WAGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
METROPOilTAN ' BOARD': \OF WORKS AND THE MINIMUM WAGE.- Tul diseission on the minilnum ratio! wage at Tuesday's meeting of tile above body,.s Lreported, in ihe daily press is certainly lively reading. Comomissioner Atilyns, after announcing that person illy he was not in favor of the minimum wage; moved that- thle following resolu tion, which had been arrircd at by the Legislative -Committee, be adopted. 'That in:the opinion of the committee the principle of the minimum rate of wage does apply toall labor used in the manufacture of pipes made in the colony." Commissioner O'Cosnor said that the legis!ative committee felt far from complimented by the action of the chairman--Mr. E. G. Fitzgibbh.--in ignoring tlheir decisiun and- issuing a ciicular dissenting- from it, and this action of the 'lit-named gentlekman does indeed seem to add to his reputation for iutocracy, *hich, whatever his adminis trative and official abilities maybe,:luies alvays been a strong-element in his character, ...
ST. MARY'S (R.C.) NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
ST. MARY'S (R.C.) NEW CHURCH. REv. Father Aylward has requested us to tender his most grateful thanks to the people of North and West Melbourne (of niall denomieations), who so generously responded to his .call for aid to carry on the nule work he has in hand in tie erection of the New Catholic Church. Tie following is a detailed account of the receipts and expenditure in connec tion withl tilme Carival:--No. 1 stall pre sided over by Mesdames Fogarty (May oress) and Chapman and Miss Duggan, £80 18s. 3d.; No. 2 stall, Mesdames O'Donnell and Jagenrs and Mi.s Dunn, £123 Ss. Sd.; No. 3 stall, Children of Mary, £107 lls. Gd.; No. 4 stall, Mes dames Kinsella, Murray, Kenny, and O'Dea, £146 14ls. 3d.; No. 5 stall, (Sacred Heart), Mrs. Gunn, the Misses Morken, Quinn, and Bailie, and Messrs. C?arroll, Ryan,andMuleanhey, £04 Is.7d.; No. 0 (Railway) stall, the Misses Magee and Johnson. £10115s. 3d.; No.7 stall, Mesdames Taylor and Kenny, £72 13s. Sd.; No. 8 stall, Mrs. Noone and Miss O'Hanlon...
FOUR BRITISH QUEENS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
FOUR BRITISH QUEENS. -4--~ A LECTURE under the above title was given by Mrs. C. Rickarby in tile Town Hall, on Monday evening. The audi ence was not nearly so large as the excel lence of the remarks of the lady lecturer deserved, and credit must be accorded to her for the manner in which she delivered her sentiments under anything but en couraging circumstances. MIrs. Rick arby prefacel her remarks by stating that many people thought that no one took any interest in qeeens, but if the public had the history of some of the il uInstrious women of bygone ages brought before them, she was sure they would appreciate its facts, and the lessons to be deducted from them. It could be shown that the female sovereigns of England had done a great deal for their country-more, in fact, than many of the kIings with their wars, political squabbles, and some very questionable private acts. From thle time of Marcia the Just to Victoria, the queens of Eng land had done a great deal more for the format...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XXVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 10 July 1896
AN AuSTRALIAN STORY. 1corrRIGHr.J WHO IS HE ? OR Th ndian Ialta0 Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF Tne Natural & SupernatuOri, BT IBAE 1TIT .fI[ ITON 3t.D., F.R.C.8. CHAPTER XXiVIII.-(Cotm-scsr.) But his rensttence was short. The two men were silentfor a few moments, and when tihe Indian again turned to his companion the far-away look had come back to the eyes and to his features. "What do you mean, Barton, by peakinig as you do?" "Nothin?g--nothin, indeed. ometismeos I hardly feel myself, and when I think of that wife of mine I-" "Ah, you feel compunctions like,-well, perhaps it is natural for yout to do si. Ton recmnncimbe thle theory I sta;it with respect lo your wmtmd?" "Yes! but bow do you aecount for the change wrhenI think of, or hear of, or see my wife? In fact it seems as if a thorough up turning takes place then. And yet I hate her and colld bear to kill her; she robbiled me," hie continued, savagely, "of what was mine and no one's else." The Indian smiled. "Wea ar...