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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
*': ., ? .i . -,, ; , - TELEO'1 M.A S ; : ;, , I ::;Tlieigraiism: received, ati3 ny Telegraph .ffice addressedto6 any place 'withiil' te city, town; &ec, ini whicti suchi oflico is situated, and 'ddilivered: free within i i' radius of.6oii mile; within a radilns of 1~ly: ile,;3.S. extra is charged. :' d : ' UrgeIt Telegraici clarg" doublde or di:;iry rTtel, a5ilidcspatthe.l i prcftreiice to othlers. ' ' . . " ' To'or from auny Statiso iai Vitoia.a ; i. ., 8.30 a.m, to 8 p.m. .. da.. Nine words .... : ..... : .- 0 Extra words, eaci I .L. .. . O0 i1' .::: : Aifer 8 p.m.: to0midnight. '*i .i Teun words:,- i .... : .i0.o i .,; *;; 2: i0 .lvery, sdditional tonr... "I . 2..; 0 2 Midniglit to 8.30 -a.m.: i i Ten words ... ... ... 3 0O Every additional. wrd 3... 7... : 0!. W3. M .essages' forwarded to .ofllices open on Sundays, if, dropped in: the boxiprovided for that purpose, aIlthe Meilourne Office iitlhi fo enclosd; . .i ! - : :,: 8:30 a.m. to 9.80 p:. :I Ten words' ;. 0 '' ..'....
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
J O?LL-h-DR YJS --, .!OUNT FORDI)'S TROPHIES. or-rweekly- mieetiang-in consietion-vith tle sloie was held at Wangh's Port lnd Hotelc, Russ ll-street, on iTuesday 21st inst., at 8 p.m., seven delegates be ing present. Mr. VW. E. Clarke in the chlair. .The minutes, of the previous meeting were read andiconfirmed. Tile Illoying are last Saturday's nmaiches: St. Brigid's r. Waverley Juniors. Tlis match was play, d on Waverley's ground, and resulted- in a win f.r the former by 4 gnoals (Allan 4) 6 belinds, to 3 goals (Hegarty, U rohlan, antd Goughl) 9 behinds. Paris United v. Phro.nix.-Played at Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the foirmner by 3 goals (McGuiiess 2, and Soutar), to 2 goals. West Ports v. Hillside.-Resu:ted in a walk over for the former. The following are tIle points up to Saturday last:-British Star, 42; Park rilte-40--West Ports. 88; Prahran Juniors, 82; Paris United, 26; Waver ley, 2G; Hillside, 24; Plhiix, 24; St. Brigid's 16.; Draw and uiiipires for to-morrow: Bi...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
InELBOUIRJNE CITY COOICIL. IIOK :WWKVARD ALDEflMAN, .:i~i::? ?u?,??Wi~i, .":·.? Samuei Arlne .: eiresi Jth uN' .u.., 189 CousC1LLhoUS. Jacob Marks ... retires Ist Nov., 18916 James 1Ji nu 1S.1; , 837 Richard H~oern..... ,, , 898 - Assessaois. :: Henry II. Bindon, John Lettey. I?ATE COLLECTOI. S.i. Sparks.
FOOTBALL NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. MELBOURNE. North on the Downward Track. Phenomenal Goal-Kicking by Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
.FOOTBALL NOTES. Secretari,?, lad, sa, li; their Resls .....tti later than T'uesdit Ereainaqa to seurre :insertion , 'lee?. ?tec? al? in "Edtotr's S .r S By SAnbronn. NORTHII MELBOURNE v. S MELBOURNE. North on the Downward Tradk. Phenomenal Goal-Kicking by Melbourne.: THE above matcih, played on the M..C.C. ground on Saturday last, fTily exempli £fel&Aholdilasynsini I~thni..tlhe titclhr may go oncd too iften ti the well." The autter.a'senca of dise pli;e that lihas chlaracterised tile ploypf-the- iocal-team during its lant.fes.mautches.bore fruit sn Saturday lasit, Ilen thileiir oppouent's fornwards.wereo. all?wed a free ihal d in front of g~l, othlierwicsed not one-h lf of thiegi -ciT diteild o.thent uloulid Iave been scored. It is?cue thling to force the ball down !n thioAther side'sstrong bold; buit it is quite another thing, wlie iy a succ ssian of loagJtieks and cnpital csnbcerted plbt tile esntlisrn spherseis returned to tlm'otihe. end, iwhich being entirely undefenled...
A FAREWELL SMOKE NIGHT. DEPARTURE OF MR. ALEX. HAIG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
A FAREWELL SM.OKE NIGHT. 1)E?rP'nUE oF Mn. ALEX. Hlia.. Os Friday last, a farewell smoke night was tendered to Mr. Alex. Haig by his friends and fellow employes, at Mrs. Gilluan's Carron Hotel, Spencer-street, prior to his departure fr thLe old coun try. The room was nicely dlcorated, and there was a large attendance to do Shotitr to the dep trting gentleunn. " Mr. J3s. Hunter was elected to the position of chairman, wlhilst Mr. C. Perry officia ted at tihe piano. An excellent pro r--amo h"ad e arrangedantdLthe re freshment table was heavily laden: with good things. At theoutsect, The Chairman explained the object of thiegathering, and said it gave him very S:hreoat pleasure to see so many present to wish God-speed and give a fitting send olff to their guest, whom h.alluded toin. terms of higlh praise. Advantage would be taken during the evening to show Mr. Haig the high esteem inr which he was held. (Cheers). Mr. J. Gay was called upon to initiate the evening's entertainiument, and...
ALBION UNITED v. ALBERT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
ALBIION UNII'EII v. ALBEItT PAltK. T'lltrs tw, clubs met last Saturday for their retarn matchl on the Nor~h Mel bhurno Recreation Reserve, and as the Albert Park was lendilng for the pre miership, great interest was taken in the inach. Altrgcnumnberof spectalors werr present. The game was very exciting. thle Park haviig slightly Illthe best of it hfr the first few minutes, but the Albiln settled down to their work. and paying splendidly together, brought tihe b:all ,-rwar,, were D)ick-go. a-mark -and kicked first goal for them. From this out thie hom team had the best of it. The final result was:--Albion United, 4 goals 4 behlinds; Albert Park,1 b lhiund; lPar the winners, Power. (centre) plaed splendidly. Qaibigan and Walsh on the wilngs; 8igmont, Heron, and Stranger ha-ik, pftrin-saO e finwurark, the formter markiog in great style.". Dick, Ryan, and HLowell, forward also'did good work. Tie rnck of the Albion (A. Iliunm, ,.?_Fox, E. W:ialh, Bentridge, and Ilutley, rover) Was the pr...
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
* RUNNING 'SHOTS. Graham Gradually Graduating For top place.., - The best man out las Saturday. The one viial elemed? isilssing in the North team-judgment. ": Dave Currie once moid in evidence. SJimmy Travis again comes to therescnue., Bill Stcuekey must either go roving, pure and simple, or elie keephis place. Bad example to young.players, especially tlione inclined to "' buck" a bit. The half-back line comnipletely demoralised in con?equence... ... -.,-:.... - Carrie a uit duh!-,+ueh mfire sooithu the rice. .,* "White" roving not uito Bert Launder's form . . " • -_uenis inresat for fo 31.O.- trifle rough. .':r hMcNee stuckttdohis work well- but his op ponent knew too much.. Some excellent handh-ball shown during the afternoon. . p" , "' Now, then, "Snadger," ydo are not built that way. "Porkey," Rabbit," "Smiler," &ca.-some M.C.C. nicknames. "Skid" Larkin, with a little more weight, would be equal to the best of them. Wake up, North, and let us have a return to Port form n...
ST. MARY'S ANGLICAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
ST. MARY'S IANGLIGAN MISSION. Tiri Church of England; in tISeDiocese of Melbourne, is now Lolding a miseion is nearly every parish in Melbonrne and suburhbs. The services of noless than forly Missioners have been engaged some. fromt England, some fromn the Syd iy' Diocese, and sonme from among the clergy of the MLelbourne Dihocie." The Rev.. - Frower and,- Bodi .are front England. Among (the Sydncy Mis sioners are dtlfe.ell-kniown barrister-Mr. Field; and the Rev. A. E. Bellionghnam, ]I.MA', who&condricts the Mtissoin at: St. Mary's. North Melbourne, is the Incim bent of Marriekville, New Sonth W\ales. The Anglican 1issionior to Noirth Mel bourne .is an earnest preacher, iyho dtleserves to be balled eloquent, and who has an apparently inexhaustible supply of pointed illustration and anecdote. His style is sametimes graphie, sometimes pathetie,-occasionally evien humoirous, and alwariys stiikinig and forcible. iHe was"listetill to '~ith miariked attention by thle largo congre...
MR. C. DAVIDSON'S CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
Mn. C. DAtwSoas Ce a.. H. Waters ;... ... 1st prize J. Campbell, 1 4-.,i .. :2nd .,, Specialprinzes rere given tii eacl of his scholars by ?r. Dr"vidson, . . -1UI ltL~~ba'P.C ,CLeas6 F. Hall . .. Ist prizoe ..Wilson ,:.. .. "" 2nd ,, I. Stirling ... ... 3rd ,, : Miss EvAss' CLAss. Alice Sinith l... ... 1st prize Eliza Ferguson ... '2nd,, Leahl Lancashire ... 3rd ,, MLIss McDo?.tLD's CI SS. RegilnaldLancashlire ... 1st prize Fred. Stirling ... 2nd ,, \ yFalconbridge .....", ,,.r M1531iss-HAr~i Ci. In this class achcl scholar re'ciced a TuiE MIo5sEc DRAKE'S CL.SIS. Infants--Eacilvceivced a prize. ' Previous to tlis.Mnliss T. Baker, the ·, pianiste, wans presented .by Mr. lHanna ioni, on .,.llf To tihe teacheliv, wiLh__ beiauiful book entitled "Notes on Music," as a .tken of esteeCn, and ie c cognition of hIer services in connection with the anniveranry; which . was a urarked sucPss lthroughost,, and. very . encouraging to .ihe menmbers and office bearers of thie Associatin.
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
No1 TOm MaIcnomlaieS TouIV CouaSC. li 1aor i: Tr pgr yiJ.P.El!. i S?l?Eastdrni rl-rd-Mr. J. Grdinieri Mr. W. H. Fuller,, J.P.; Mr.; J. Barwise, Middle Wnrd Mr. T..Fogary, J.P.; Mr.. Oarter; ?Mr. D; Wadick., i @Veatern Ward--Mr.,]. Coatqllo; r: J. C. Steel, J.P.; P r. J. G. Petrio. , Town Clcrk, Mr. II. J..Jiazidnll., RIIa uoiled'or, Mr. J. K'earney., oSurveyor, Mr. E. Mclver.. Health Officer, Dr: WVhitalkerw. Inspector, Mr. E. Magnus.
Y.M. AND Y.W.C.A. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
Y.M; A\n Y.W.O;A.. SUNDAY . SCHOOL- ANNIVERSARY. THE services in connectionfi"rith the above were continued last Sunday eve ning, when the prizes were distributed by Mr. William Howat. Suitiible hymns were very creditably sung biy the scholars, under the direction f MNr. W. Steel, who-is to be complimented on the degree of exce!llence.att.aind y lhis-youthfuL- choristers. Mr. H. .Hanraford, the superintendeuntof the shoobl, gave a very practical address, and one eminently suited to the spiritual requirements of children; the lesson I. Corinthians, ix., 18-26, being previously read.by Miss F. Fleming, Mr. Hannafo[ took ajs his text, Phillipenen, iii., 14:- I- press towards thei mark for the prize of.the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." The;preacher throughout asked thiechildren questions bearing on the subject-of his discourse, which they answered in a very intelligent manner. He:said the text referred to runners who were messengers in these days. Runners were: of two classe- we...
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
: Ofice hours--10 a.m;n, to 8:p.m., :Sa turdays 10 a.m tonoon. .i 1 ,? Payable in Victoria Not eXCeeding 5 ...... 6d. Ablo£o, butnotexceed.10; I is. ,p£10, £ , 18 lso Gd. , 1, ,, ., £020 2'. Payable in New South Wales, Soduth Australia, Western Australia, Queens lanhd, :Tadsitania, andi NeW Ze?iland.z ". d. Not exceeding £2 :-:.. . 5 ·.. 1 U'c ", ,,: 12 i~..;... ; 2 :o ,, . ... 3 6 ,, 2(1 .. ..s 0 P"ayaible in reat Britain and Ireland, France, COiadsi Cape,'of Good. Hope; CeYlon, China, India.: Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States &c.:- ....~ ~~ :; a.. "-! , ,"".' Not exceedingi£2 ". :.. : ..... ;10 Above £2, but not excded £5 - 2 6 ,, £5, butnot exceed; £7 - -3 6 ,, £7, butnot exceed.£.l 10 - ,5i'.O 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
Established] [1865. 73 & 75 ERROL. STREET, Opposite Town Hall, North eVielboournhe. A Large Assortment of Fa'ncy Articles suitable for Presents. I Baskets in Great Variety. Ag.ert for IV.adawne t.lge l .'s Pa.tterps. JORNp DALEYJ Furnishing Undertaker & Embalmer, Corner Latrobe and Spring Sts., ~ielbourne. .PUitLIC NOTIC.-A\ runmounr having becn I.ut inth ciculatii by interster parties that the'ohl establishedi Undertaking Blusinest of John DUaileyof Litrobe: ,ia l Spring sts., has changed hands. it. is hereby notifiel that the buaine-n is still carridl oby~t!lqh under pigned5-anpreseaneative-t thefarmniynt 4hn e te .Johu-Da!ey.c i Latrobe andl Spring streets, 3h!bourne. (Signed)T-HO [ AS D TItY SFunerals condutcl to any extent in Town or, Country. Taz..z-Eao n 827.! ~EST~a~i~Lrs% IZS~~E:IIID · 1887. EXCELLENCE, 4i: S.. . IN . . . ·1i··_e ,PRINT ING.. ?'ALLb :9; WORK + FIRST-CLASS,. i ; .· ·: : ". ,! ".: , At Lowest Prices, .i &. T1O68 S ,70 . T..EPHONE 1191,...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
POSTAL NOTES. " Pscalt NPost;, om, i s. to: 2s' ay be obtained at all -Pl'Bt Oftiese, but are only payable 'atsy Mliiey Order Olfice in: thd Olonysy:froui 10 a.m. 'to 3.p.iln. pturiday, It) a.m. to oon. Poundage under is,.G ... ... d. ,' . , % 4. sd, .... ... Id. " ,>, ,,'+.' 78. Od...... ... td. ,, ,, 20s. Od. ...: ...- 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A, Tasmania, Queensland, - Sttlios: of ?Lw. South.\V:i, ,' Southl \ud'tr di:i, ieat BJritain, :F'ric ? uObr mn;! Itfalyjail Uniiited'St atc~ ,ul ub thin?ble "it ;tlie General! f'~t" O 'UfCe, Mdelb??ilne, in quantities iinot- i xceeding 3.. nt :Un' tiflie.- A--commiddilSt will beo hihrgei of ldi''on"every Si1.'":oirth of E-llishand Forel- nigLtamp li~ 'rhased, and 1d. on'evPery Gd; worth :of frntercdo lonril stamps: , ,' , .
THE ART OF BREAM FISHING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 July 1896
THE ART OF fiREA5C FISHING. (To the Editor.) SIn,-rSome kind fripnd has sent me across the deep blue sea a copy of your paper with 3Mr Bisset's remarks upon bream fishing. 'Thore are one or two.points still left upon which I would like the favor of his opinion: (1) About lines.. 1 thought that line tang ling was a thing of the past. I do not re member when I last sriw a tangled line. A fairly good silk line lightly oiled when new, or carefully waxed after having been in usea little. will not tangle. Mallock's new re versible casting reel, which all English ing lers now use for bottopln fishing, and obtain able for 26s. home price, never tangles or kinks a lino. Mr. Blasset says nothing about the color of lines aund traces. English aug lers whom I have tet visiting us here in Tasmania, are emphatic with regard.to the superior efficacy of lines of a green tint over all others. The dyeing of traces also is an important matter. I once saw a coffee colored bottom used with much success o...