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BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
1ImUNSwICJC COUNCIL. WaDI rsnave Avovsr 6, 1873, Proseut-HIis Worship tlho MJlyor (in tim olollir), Ciouncillors Clarke, bJrcozo. 1rcDooiald, Stranger, Jarvi. Teluminig, and Tinning. toaflE sroi'nrsEcr. A lattr was received from tihs Coburg Rood Bonrd ngrceing to certain repairs to tih Moroland roa, at tine joint tonecas of both cauuvoilt, provided Brunrr~icX pU4. advance the payment for the whole work, ,and give them credit for their proportion until they were in possession of funds. After some discussion as to the interest that should be paid on the money ad vanced, it was finally decided that the communication should not be received, as it was looked upon in the light oflan insult. Letter from Cornelius Magnire, complain ing of a severe injury from fhlling into a holo on tihe above-named road, and seoling complensation fromn the Council ; referred to the Public Works Committee. Letter from the lIon. the Treasurer refusing to re ceive a deputation on the powder magazine question, ...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 11. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
,of Borough Councils. era' IIOTIIAM COUNCIL. car MONDAY, AuousT 11. A Present: His Worship the Mayor (in )al, the chair), Councillors Clarke, Fogarty, he Vhite, Paton, REyan, and Barwise. igh CORIIESPONDENCE. the Letter from Superintendent Heoad, ask con ing if the donation from the Liverpool and of London and Globe Insurance Company to Ise, the liotham Fire Brigade had made any me difference in the arrangement which had th. hitherto existed with the Melbourne Bri. the gade; referred to the Fire Brigade Comrn. re. mittee. ag LEAVE OF ABSENCE. ber The Mayor asked the indulgence of the red Council:iu order to absent himself for the his remainder of the evening. On the motion of of Councillor Clarke, Councillor, Barwiso iw. was voted to the chair. his MISCELLANEOUS. ra- From the Borough Cpuneil of Cr igio, asd askihg the cd-operation of the Councifl on tu. the endowment question. The Mayor was sid appointed to attend the conference as a Ind delegate. ish From Thomas Keating, asking tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
AGENTS NFOR THE "NORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISElR." _iotham-M\Ir. E. Lyons, 27 Queensberry st. Carlton--Mhr. J. Calander, 0 Elizabeth street. Mr, Gregory, Lygon street. Brunswick-Mr. Eckersall, Sydney road. Coburg--Mr. Turnhuam, Sydeny road. Colliugwood--l\lrs. MMullin, 194 Gertrude street. East Collingwood-Mr. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. Fitzroy-Mrs. Woodruff, Brunswick street. 3Hotham Notices. BOROUGH OF HOTIIAM. T ENDERS will be received until Tuesday the 19th inst., at seven o'clock. For Forming, Paving, &c., Homebush Lane. Plan and specification at the Town Haill. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By order, tYAM HART, Town Clerk, Town Hall, Hotham, August 12th; 1873. BOROUGH- OF HOTHAM.. * Special iMeeting of the Council of the Borough of Hotham, held in the Town Hall, Hotham, on Monday evening, the 21st day of July inst., it was resolved by SPECIAL ORDER. That wvhereas the occupation trade or business of a Tallow Chandler heretofore established and...
THE MARKET ON THE FLEMINGTON ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
THE MARKET ON THE FLEM INGTON ROAD. MIr. Henry' Clarke certainly deserves the thanks of the Hotham people for the persistent efforts made by him in en deavoring to have the new horse, cow, and pig market built on the site at the corner of the Flemington road and Grattan street At the quarterly meetinsg'of" the Cit. Council, hold on Saturdaylast, MJr. Clarke moved that the buildings be erected on that corner; but the Mayor precluded any discussion on the subject by ruling the matter out of order. Mr. Councillor Clarke, however, elicited the information that Grattan street would beatoncekerbed, channelled, and metalled, giving a decent approach from the Flemington road to the now market. That those markets will have a beneficial effect upon the value of property in that neighbourhood there can be little doubt, and the tradespeople in the vicinity will no doubt derive solid advan tages from the increased business. We regret that Mr. Clarke's proposal was not successful, inasmuch as it ...
A DISASTROUS POLAR EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
A DISASTROUS POLAR EXPEDI. TION. - The San Francisco journals contain the particulars of Captain IIall's polar expedi tion. A despatch from St. John's, N.B., 9th May, says the steamer Walrus arrived from the seal fishery at Port St. John this morning, bringing news that the steamer Tigress had come into Robert's Bay, 18 miles from here, having on board nineteen survivors of IIall's Arctic expedition. Fol lowing are the names of the rescued: II. O. Tyson, assistant navigator Fred. K. Meyer, meteorologist; John lerron, steward; W. C. Kruga, Fred. Jamka, William Nindeman, Fred. Auting, Gus. tavus T. Lingist, Peter Johnston, William Jackson, seamen; Esquimaux Joe, inter preter; Hannah and child, Esquimaux; Hans Christian, of Kane's expedition, Hans Christian's wife and four children, the youngest only eight months old. 'The party which had been landed from the Polaris were driven from her by a gale which burnt her moorings on the 15th of October, 1872, in latitude 72.15. When last seen ...
NORTH MELBOURNE SECOND TWENTY V. THE GLASSWORKS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
e OITH o tELOUtSE SECOND TWEYTY V. TItE OLASSWORKS CLUB. In consequence of the match arranged Swih the South Park having allen through, a match was arranged between the North Melbourne second twenty and the Glass works Football Club, and played on Satur. t day last in the Royal lPark. J. Patterson again having being chosen to pilot the SNorth Melbourne team no time was lost - in making arrangements for a start, which was effected about twenty minutes past three, by the Glassworks team despatching the ball. For some little time the ball was played in the centre until the North Melbourne team, with the assistance of C. Pattison, were enabled to bring it in front I of their o ponents goal posts, and by a well judgeddkick from Carlyle, the North 1 Melbourne team secured the first goal of I the afternoon. No sooner had the ball been sent upon its journey again than it was forced back towards the posts of the Glassworks club; and after several at tempts to obtain another goal, Carlyle, wh...
British & Foreign. THE MODOC WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
British & Foreign. THE MODOC WAR IN AMERICA. 'Pr n Modoc war is at an end. The re maining Modoe Indians were overtaken, and surrendered, with the exception of Caption Jack and three others, who escaped during the night. On May 30, by the aid of the captured savages, the troops were enabled to trace the captain to his hiding D., place, in which he was completely sur rounded, and soon afterwards surrendered with two warriors and five squaws with seven children. The MIodoc war is thus or, far satisfactorily ended for the present. Log Accounts are arriving in New York of the extraordinary warfare with the Modocs. After the first failure, more carefuil pre es parations were made for the attack. It was known that there was no water in the lava.beds, and it was thought to be the D. proper line of tactics to cut off all commu nication with the lake. Riflle-pits and barricades formed of blocks of the lava were n thrown tp, and safe cover was thus pro er vided. The soldiers seldom or ...
COLLISION WITH A SWORDFISH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
COLLISION WTITH A SWORDFISI. TnIs morning we were invited to in. spect in the Mazagon Dock the bottom of the David Aughtersen. The ship has been stripped of her metal sheathing. On the port side, right on the floor, about four streaks from the keel, and about 15 feet from the forefoot, is a hole mode by the Xiphias, or swordfish. The sword was broken off and remained in the hole, leav. ing four inches projecting from the bottom. All attempts, however, to get it out failed, and they had, finally, to cut away the wood and so loosen it, and then they sue. ceeded in breaking off a piece nine inches long. The point, which has pierced right into the timber, still remains embedded, and judging by the dimensions of the piece extracted, it is 12 inches long. When it occurred no one on board can tell, but from the appearance of the broken sword it must have been done some considerable time. The amazing force of the shock may be imagined when it is sufficient to pierce through the copper, and ...
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
Amusements. THE OPERA. The "Rose of Castile" enjoyed a run during the week, but on Saturday night tho "Lily of Killarney" was substituted by par ticular desire. Ou Monday evening Flotow's Opera Comique of "Martha" was produced to a full house, wbou Miss Bessie IIHarrison made her first appearance in the character of Lady Harriet. The fair scene met with un bounded applause which continued until Mlr. Iiabbo bowed his acknowledgments before the footlights. The sparkling music of the opera hardly suited the prima donuna, or she was extremely nervous (particularly during the first act); she shook this feeling off as the opera progressed, and sang the " Last Rose of Summer" with good effect, secouring a well deserved encore. Mise Harrison will have sufficient good sense to take advice when given with a view to her ultimate crowning success as an operatic artiste, and the advice we tender her is to endeavour to correct the habit she sometimes falls into of sacrificing distinctness of pron...
REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
REAL ESTATE. William Fevers and Sn, 101 Cardigan street, Carlton, house and Inoltagents, report having sold brick cottage, Nicholton street, £285; allotment, Scotbohmoro street, North Fitzroy, £2 per foot wood plastered cottage, Hotham lhil , £255; brick cottage, four rooms, garden, S. Kilda, £295; two four. roomed cottages, Cardigan street, £800; wood cottage, off Rtathdowno street, £175 ; wood cottage, Tyno street, Carlton, £165.
GOOD TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
GOOD TEMPLARS. On TWednesday, the 0th inst., at the Hotham Lodge, No 21, the very pleasing ceremony of the installation of ofticers for the current term was performed by the lodge deputy, Bro. Riddle, assisted by the retiring WV.C.T.. Bro. Barrie, and Sister Hamilton. The oficers for the present quarter are:--TV.C.T., Bro. Ballyntineo; W. V. T., Bro. B. J. Kemp; W.S.. Bro. Steel; W.F.S., Bro. E. Kemp; TV.T., Bro. Gillan; WT.C., Bro. Hamilton; W.iM., Bro. Smith; W.I.G., Bro. Bullock; W.O.S., Bro. Richards. The non-elective officers are :-W.A.S.. Bro. McMlasters; W.D.MI., Sister Banks; R H.S., Sister Wilkie; W.L.S., Sister 2.eMfasters. The fourth quarterly report submitted by the retiring oOseers shows lho lodge to be in a, highly flourishing and. progressive con dition. The number on the lodge's roll book are 360, 106 of which have been initiated in the past quarter; a great many candidates are also waiting, and the mem bhersgenerallyare in good financial standing. The lodge meeoots ...
NORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
NORTTiH MELBOURNE ADVERTI1'ISEIl. In co1qOuOence of this journal being ther rooogllis:.l Ieldium for advertising noticLs for the Borough Council of llotham, wor havo boon obligeol to wait until tho poll closed, in onrer to insUrt the oilicial adtvertisecents notifying tho succossful caudidaw!s. In mallltig tllh nllllulemontlast week of the i.tentloi of the proprietors to publish oil Tuoday, w wor wo i;uurant of the impldi ini t. I-I
SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 August 1873
SALE OF FIIEEllUL) PROPERTY, IIOTIIAM. Messrs. Clarke & L:onard will oleor for solo some very valuable freehold properties on to-morrow (Thursday, August 14), situate at Hotham. The first salo will consist of that compact property known as the Wheat. .heat Hotel, Courtney street; after which a comfortable two-roomed weatherboardt cot tage in Harlwick street will be knocked down to the highest bidder.