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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JULY 31ST, 1874. THE HOTHAM ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JULY 3ale, 1874. TIHE IIOTIIAM ELECTIONS. Mr. Wm. .Ryan was returned unop posed for the VWestern Ward. For the iastern Ward there are two candidates Messrs. Hughes and Carroll. Mr. Hughes is in favor of half the cost of pavement being repaid. Mr. Carroll holds a different opinion, and is adverse to property owners contributing any of the cost of pavement. iMr. Mark has retired from the .field as a candidate for the Middle Ward, conse quently the contest will be confined to Messrs, Cook and Caine. - The friends of Councillor Caino assert that his position and probable chances of success are much brighter since the retirement of Mr. Mark, as the latter gentleman was popu lar, and possesses a largo number: of friends, who will now vote for Councillo Caine. The polling is nannounced to iake place on 'Tnesdnay, tie ilth of August. For auditors no less than four gentlemen have put in n appearanooe, viz., Messrs. Kirlkus, Leonard, Scott, and Green. W"hen it is...
ADVANCEMENT OF HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
ADVANCEMENT OF IIEIDEL BERG. Sir-I was very pleased to see thal one of the residents of this district has mooted the matter of obtaining a loan for the pub lic works. Should the Local Government Act become law, and there is every lilkeli hood that it will, the Shire of IIHeidelberg will possess far greater power than hitherto; and in my opinion o1ne of the first steps should be to obtain a loan of money in order to make improvements which it is impossible our limited means will permit us .at present to indulge in. I quite agree with your correspondent that Ieidelborg possesses natural attrac tions which should lit it to become at no distant date one of the most popular suburbs of Melbourne; but, Sir, I am sorry to say, that unless greater enorgy is infused into the local Couneil, and it assumes to act for the whole of the district, and not for the forwarding of the nterests of a particular few, this will not come to pass for many years. I hope with your permission, to revert to tLi ...
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
Letters to the Editor. ~T'The Edtitor does not identify himself with the opinio qf correspondents, nor undertake to return or hold himself responsible for the safety of any communication. rp Correspondence and parararaphs of local interest kindly furnished by readers should be written on one side of the paper only, and be forwarded as earlt in the week as possible ; addressed to the " Editor." d4'All letters Nmest be accompanied by the real name and adndress of the writer-not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. c? Correspondent, would oblige us, and save themselves disappointment and annoyance, by sending in their contributions before Tihnrsday.
COBURG ANNUAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
c0BURG. ANNUAIL ELECTIONS. The forthcoming elections to fill tlhe seats iri the Coburg Road Board, rendered vachnt by the retircment, by rotation, of Messrs. Iuunt, Muss.n, and Vincent, will take place on the second Thursday in August, the 13th proximo. Mr. William Hunt is chairman, to which position> he. was elected by the unanimous vote of his colleagues at the annual meeoting in November last. IIoe has proved himself attentive, and has shown much interestin local affairs during his term of office, and although it has beoon remarked that he has at times shown too much leniency, still, this can only be accounted for by the disposition of certain members to take advantage of their chairman's good nature and suavity of manner. Mr. John Mdissen is one of the members for the BEat Subdivision, and has had his term of office :shortened by twelve months through the resignation of MIr. Rea, who had to retire in April last, owing to having sold his property, and thereby pakted with his q...
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 22TH JULY. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., Breeze, Staley, Overend and Fleming, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
BRUNSWTICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 22rT JULY. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.H., Breezo, Staley, Ovrernd and Fleming, J.P's.) Constable Murray summoned William Woodruff, James Bourkeo, W. Bourke, Robert Fairloy, Michael O'Brien, Hector Bull, F. Gillios, Edward Jones, John Ginon, James Dobson, and Benjamin Pollow for driving without lights. WVood ruff, J. Bourko, Fairley, O'Brien, Gillies, Ginon, Dobson, and Pcllow were fined 5s. and 2s. Gd. costs each; W. Bourko's case was adjourned till August 5th, Bull was fined 1s. ; and in the case of E. Jones the summons was not served. Constable Desmond charged James Littlejohn, Henry Rice, John Tay, and P. Rannahan, with the same offence, Rtan nahan was fined is. ; the others 5s. and2s. Gd. costs each. Alfred Hicks was charged by the same constable with obstructing the footway of Weston Street. Case dismissed. Jonathan Denny for same offence was fined is. and 2s. Gd. costs, D. Kilmartin was charged by Constable Shaffray with allowing two cows to wander ...
COBURG AS A BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
COBURG AS A 3BOROUGHI. hole inhabitants of Coburg ought to feel gratified to find that they have those amongst thoem who are on the alert to avert anything calculated to damage their interests, and retard the progress of the district; and, although nothing definite resulted from the public meeting, held at the Board-room on the 10th inst., still it was patent to all that some action should be taken without delay to secure such alterations in the proposed "Local (Go vernmhent Act, 1874' as will prevent por manent injury to the locality. There can beo no doubt, as was pointed out at the meeting referred to, that the intention of the Government is to abolish road districts as they at present exist, and presuming that such will ultimately be the case, the question for consideration is--what willt be the best means to adopt--whether the inhabitants would be promoting.their in terests by taking the necessary prelimi naries to form theirdistrictinto a borough under the proposed act, or all...
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY 22nd JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
B*RUNST ICK COUNCIL. VrEDNeSDAY 22nd JULY. The usual fortnightly meeting was held, all the councillors being present. CORREBPONDENCE. The correspondence was very lengthy but uninterosting.-Fronm the Crown Lands office, stating that the regulations for the borough proclamation having been approved, the council might proceed to set out the breadth of the carriage and foot paths, the same to be marked at tihe inter. sections by posts placed thereat; also, a second letter from the same office, stating that the application for the permanent reservation of land fronting the MDooneo Ponds, at the foot of Park and Brunswick streets, for sand and water purposes, had been approved py the Minister, and that the necessary steps would be taken tohave it completed. From DMr. A. Nichol, complaining of the impassability of a portion of Victoria street. Referred to the public works committee. From Mr. J. Watts, asking to be sup plied with the levels of Nicholson and eiller streets. Referred to the s...
HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
HIOTHAM POST OFFICE.I . ul MEo cLEAN . NCE. A . 7.10 am.6. f;.12,10 p.m; 510 10,.25 a.m; I 3.45 p.m. | TIME OF LOCAL DELIVERY. 8.30 a.m.;.1 pm'. ;'5 p.m., Moneyobrders are issued at tis office, and the usual faoiltiee are afforded to depositors in the Savings' Bank. CABLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' DANK. Mails are c espatchedh from this office at 6.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourne at 7.44 a.m 9.55 a.m. ,, 10.54 a.m .30 .m . 1.20 p.:ml, 3.40 p.m. ,, 4 p.m. 4.40 p.m. ,?44 p.m. Money orders are issueod at this ofliceo, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors of the Savings' Bank.
AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
AGENTS FOR THE, " ADY1VERTISER" Hotham": Mr. E: Lyons, 27 Queousoerry at. Carlton: M[r.J. Calandor 0 Elizaboth street, Mr. Gregory, Lygon street. Brunswick : Mr. Eckerall, Sydney road. Coburg: Mr. Turnhnm. Sydney road. Collingwood: Mrs. McMullin, 194, Gertrude street. E-ast Collingwood: M1r. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. Fitzroy: M]ro. Woodruf, Brunswick street. Eltham : Mr. Andrews. ,-C . Heidelbergand Alphington : Mr. O'Keefo.
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 27TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
Borough Councils. IOTI?TAI COUNCIL. MoNDAY, 27Tir JULY. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), Councillors Clarke, Caine, Laurens, Thomas, White, Carroll, and Ryan. CORRESPONDEeNCeO . * From the So:retary of the Municipal Conference, asking for a donation of £5 towards defraying the expenses of the late meeting. Agreed to. From the Chief Secretary's office, stating that owing to the illness of Mr. Francis that gentleman would be unable to receive the deputation is re erection of Court House. Received. From the Education Department, inti. mating that the cost of fencing the land upon which the State School has been erected would be paid to the Council. Received. From the Shire of Belfast, asking the co.operation of the Councilin a movement to have the 10th clause in the Lunacy Statute, and the 234th clause of the Shires Statute amended as will cause the collection of statistics and the expense of examination of lunatics defrayed out of the consolidated revenue. Agreed to. From...
Local Melange. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
Local Melange, An application was made on Wednesday to the Minister of Railways by a deputa tion from tho Templestowe Shire Council, that an alteration might be made in a clause in the Local GovernmontBill, which provided that the Shire of Templestowre should be joined as a riding to the Heidel. berg shire. The deputation pointed out that both in area and the revenue raised, the Templestowe shire was equal to the Heidelberg shire. They likewise con tended that the clause was unfair in its operation, as it provided that Templestowe should only be represented by three mom bors, whereas Heidelberg would return six members. Mr. Gillies promised to make a memorandum on the subject, in order that the matter might receive consideration. Not for a length of time has play been so brisk or the attendance of the Carlton H-Iandball Court so good as on Saturday. Of the numerous well-contested matches which took place during the day, the following two deserve especial notice: Messrs. Ireland and ...
REV. MR. KELLY'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
REV,. MR. KELLY'S LECTURE. The Rev. Father Kelly, S J., is an nounced to deliver a lecture in the Roman Catholic Church, Victoria street, North Melbourne, on Mlonday evening. The rev. lecturer will, no doubt, give his hearers a graphic description of the state of Europo in the fifteenth century-the era of the Reformation. Hle cannot fail to allude to the intrigues of the Spanish, English; French, and Scottish Courts, because all those were hotbeds of religious intolerance, profound dissimulation, and rovolting hypocrisy; and all the principal royal personages, such as Philip of Spain, Elizabeth of England, Francis and Cathbrine doMedicis of France; and last, but not least, Mary Queen of Scots, took part.in the momentous questions of public importance at issue at that time. The case and facility witl which the rev. gentleman can handle the subject upon whlich he proposes to lecture, from the knowledge which he possesses as a careful student of history, cannot fail to render the lectu...
CONCERT IN COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
CONCERT IN COBURG. The annual concert, in aid of the Mel bourne Hospital, took place in the Orderly Room, Coburg, on Friday, the 24th inst., under the patronage of the Friendly Societies, namely-the Rechabites, the Oddfellows, St. Patrick, and the Druids. The large room was well filled, which it was thought must have included from five to six hundred. The chair was oc cupied by G. B. Wilson, who in a short, but appropriate speech, introduced the object of the meeting. He said in the course of his remarks, he was glad to see the members of all denominations coming forward to assist in so praiseworthy an object; and he trusted that on all future occasions the same good feelings would be shown, by responding to the call of charity. There were several of the most distinguished amateur performers in the district, who kindly gave their services on the occasion. Amongst those who added to the amusement of the evening were the Misses Buzaglo, who are too well known in the district as vocali...
MR. RICKETT'S SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
MR. RIOIETT'S SCUIOOL. It will be seon by an advertisement in snother column that Mr. ]icketts, of the Brunswick Grammar School, has removed from the Presbyterian schoolroom to more commodious prenoises near Sydney road. Io intends opening an ovpning class, which will give young persons in busineoss an opportunity of imunproving themselves, and of becoming more fitted for their various employmonts, The pupils of this school are making great progress in their studios, nrod. hence the parents are perfectly satisfied with the teacher. A good private school of this description has beeo a long felt want in Ilrunswilc. We therefore wish it every suoC?ss.
SCENES IN THE HOTHAM COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
SCENES IN THE IIOTIIAM COUNCIL. Councillors Laurens, 'Carroll' and the Mayjor participated in a variety of little "scenes" on Monday ovehing at the Heotham Council mooting. WVhonever Councillor Carroll ventured to edge in a word, Councillor Laurens would call him to order, when .Councillor Carroll would be compelled to sit ,down, very much to his chagrin. Then, again, the Mayor made assertions which wore called into question by the redoubtable Coun cillor Laurens, who, in an excited tone, demanded of his Worship if. ho would "stake his reputation" on the accuracy of his statements. This led to another "battle of. the o.tongue,".. which. lasted pretty nearly an hour. During the oven irg the Mayor threatened to hnvo Coun cillor Laurens removed, upon which the latter gentleman dared his TWorship to put his threat into exeoution at his peril. The burgesses in the body of the hall ap. peared to enjoy the fun immensely. 'hose little amenities between the coun cillors must make municipal l...
Original Poetry. ADVICE FOR YOUTH [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
Original Poetry. ADVICE FOIL YOUTII Youth leac n of the flowery tribe The folly of living in pride ; To-day the bud, to-mnorrow blor, Thou pine and die 'neath ifrn6 and enow. Tihe blushing rose and lilly fair, And sweot violet that so nut the air, The cowslip aud sunflower tall, And modest daisy neat and small, Are emblems of the reakless youth, Dress'd each day in a gaudy suit; lRvelling in each gay ball room, And fast journeying to his tomb. Flowers whoe nipe by frost or snow, NJ lorer docs their clothing glow, But withering, drop their rairnu?ce gay, Which they pult on ir sunny .Iay. Ah i s it is wrlth A.dalat's racea I)eep sallow furrrnw mark ouch face ; When youthful bloom ande garudy show Are turu'd to Ihairs as white as snow ; Thou deep roellrotion crose caoh mind, Of faults to which they oe'er woere blind ; Tae world they serv'd like servile siaves, Ay I from their oradle to thleir graves; FPrgotful of the eye that n?,ea ThIe malloet fault in mortal rman; Iloadluug they driv...
ACCIDENT AT COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
ACOIDENT AT COBURiG. An accident happened to a carpenter on Monday last, who was employed in build ing the now school-house at Coburg. He was engaged on the top part of the rafters, and on coming down his foot slipped off the end, of a plank, and fell a distance of nearly twenty flot on some stones, and was severely hart. In the course of the day he had to be removed to his home in Carlton. . _
COUNCILLOR CAINE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
COUNCILLOR CAINE. At the meeting of the Hotham Council on MIonday evening last, the notice of motion standing in Councillor Caino's name was postponed, consequent upon the ruling of the Mayor that the recom mendation of the Public Works Com mitteo was out of order in asking for the outlay of £1051 7s. 8d. The motion of Councillor Caine, if carried, would have been of great convenience to the residents. It was as follows:--"That this Council take immediate proceedings, according to paragraph 8, part 1, of the 12th Schedule of the Borough Statute to cause the names "of streets in' this borough to be placed at the ends and intersections of all streets, except whore the names of streets are fixed at present." This is much needed. IHotham is the only exception, we believe, to the other boroughs around Melbourne in this respdct. Omitting the leading thoroughfares, it is almost impossible to find out the numerous streets in the borough, for the simple reason that there are no painted signs...
ENGLISH DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
EINGLISII DIVORCE. Ilowi: v. Ilow?: .\ D D.vil..-- oil was nhu htiband''s p.tli?on for a divorna on the grinita of his wife's a lul;ry with tha co. reapfsilOdt. i'll wife m tit,, .' nvrn, anl pldndif. that if a lolf -ry hl ofat o inil;toed the prisonor condoned it. Too .rc-spodtli n als travorrel then a lultry. MI. I ailrnvick, Q.C., and IMr. f olo wera counitl for the poti tie r, Mr,. MBConnll for the repal -lent, and ?I. S ialo for thi o.nre?pjuadont. It appeoared thait the pettiouu: ii;;a n:, arnay'? c?frk, anld was married to the r.tipondint at tS. L'anr.s aur:ea in i)ortob',r, IStS. Aft-r tilh mnirring, they livel .I L lnoaoth road, Ctmn' n Tlown, and in ISli cgifld Was born of tho imtlrriwge. I;w-,i areitu'l bh:t it 1870 the respondei. t ave away toirrogular Ibtalt,, p Io,'n, tho frlln?tnre, nod twin guilty of n)her ifjni,rotion. in Juno 1S70, a noiari tion tookl place, wal?u the rnspontidut allowed hii wmife t1 a worJ, and loft her the greater portion of tIhe furnitutre. Too ...
British and Foreign. A TERRIBLE STORY FROM THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1874
British and Foreign, A TERRIBLE STORrotY FR?). THE SEA. AMr WVbhter, Broughty Ferry, near Dundee, has received a letter from lhe son, who was second mato of the Clyde ship, Arracan, burned at oaon on her voy:i.o from She-ldo to Bombay, with coals. Th-Arro.ccn I. t Shieoldt onthe 11th of Septembur last. Oa the 14th of February her cargo iguited. (On the 20.a she was on lifo from stem to stern, and the crow were compellcd to abandon her. They left in three boats. Tao firot under tho command of the captain, was picked up by the city of Poonah, and tho men were landed at Aden ; the gig commanded by the chief omffirr, marde the land at Coehiao; but the pinnace, under the charge of tho seeen mate, Mr. \Webher, provisioneod for t venvteeo liay, dr;fted about ia the rndiosn 00o0u for chioty. throo days, until fallen in witli by the C., of ~[necheater, and landed at Calcuttt WVhou picked up, the poor folliow were 600 niles from nearest lanod and were in a sad ocadiolon. Mr. Webster, in his a...