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LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. CARLTON IMPERIAL F .C., 2ND TWENTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
LIST OF MATCIIES FOR ENSUING SEASON. CAItLrTON IPlEIIIlAL i. C., 2N.[) TENT'Y. Aug. 15-Albert Park (2nd 20) at University Paddock. Aug. 22-Striley at Military Reserve. Aug. 20-Vauclauso at University Paddock. Sept. 5-West Melbourne at University Pad dlock. Sept. 12-Allna at University Paddock. Sept. 190-Star of lliohmond at University Paddook: Spt. 20-Vanuclauso at Richmond Paddock. Oct. 3:-Albert Park at ictlehmond Paddock. Oat. 10-Vacant. Oct. 17-Vacant. nIaIuNS\ CIK F. O. Aug. 15-Northern at Dights'-Paddock. Aug. 22-Southorn at Fawknle Park. Aug. 20--Williamstown at Williamstown. Sept. 5-Carlton (2nad'20) at 0Crlton ground. Sept. 12-Sutlt f'erk at Brunswiock. Supt. 19-Albert Park (dnd 20) atfBrunewick. Sept. 21--Star of Itiohmond at Richiomnd paddock. Oct. 3--Carlton (2uld 20) at lBrunswiok. Oat. l0--Suttlh Park at Albort Prk. OUt. 17-Star of RIiuhmolt at lBrunswiuk. .ulirrTl MetlnoUiNc (2n?l T\Y.vNT) F. V. Aug. 15--Alnma at lloyal Park. Aug. 22-Fitzroy Standard at Richmond la.dd...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
Football Notes. tLrnio v. Howard Union. - This match was to be played on Saturday last, but was claimed by the Union through the latter not turning up. At. half-past 3 o'clock the captain and vice catptain tossed for choice of a scratch, match, which resulted in a victory for the former, who secured to goals, kicked by Harper and Hughes. The latter run well all through the match Employes TV. A. Hughes v. Alma. This match was played on Saturday ini the Rloyal Park, between the above named clubs, which resulted in a victory for the employos by one goal, to their opponent's nil, the successful kickest being G-. Maggs. Those who distil guished themselves for tho.formor were, Maggs, Morgan, Senll, Cat Brown and Trott. A match was played on Saturday in the Royal Park between the English school and Mr. Nell's, which resulted in a victory for the former, who kicked two goals by.Percy and Robertson, to their opponents one kicked by Malcolm.
HOTHAM WESLEYAN IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
HOT]HAMC WESLFYAN IM PROVEMENT ASSOCIATIONN. An entertaincment of a very pleasing character took place.at .thoe \resleyan Schoolroom, l oward street, on Tuesday evening, August Gth, 1S74, the procccds of which are to be devoted to the library fund of the above association. The excellent programme that was pro vided attracted an audience of between four and five hundred persons, who, judging from their frequent encores, secmcd highly satisfied. The sweet singing of the Misses Topp'inad Miss E. Snowdon, well invited the attouention which it received; and: tlio manner in which several glees were sung by the comnpany also. commanuded the applause of the audience. Mossrs lKindle, RIogers, Scott, and Little, in a diologue, "Sceone from the road to rruin" were very successful, the former young gentleman taking the part of an old man capitally. A recitation with (piano accompaniment) was rendered by rMr. 1f. Chambers with good effuct. ''The i o v. W. A. Tickett presided, and iMr. CG. R. Dan...
GAOLERS' QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
GAOLERS' QUARTERS. Some months ago the Government caused the removal of the warders in the Melbourne gaol, on the plea that the land and buildings were required for some other purpose, but up to the present is nothing whatever lihas been made of them, we fail to sco that there over was a necessity for the step. [Messrs. Cur tain and .Munro should bring the ques tion of the central railway site again under the notice of the authorities, and obtain a distinct pledge that the re servo should be :et apart for this pur pose.
THE PAVEMENT G[?]OST'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
TIHIE PAVEMENT' ( IOSTS VISIT. (IY-iWVIIOMIEVEVl TIIE CAtL FITS.-) Lately on a midnight stormy, with my glass of grog before me, Sittlng in my study scheming plans of vengeance by the snore, Sohemea to Loursns by no means flatterlng, euddlonly there came a patterio,-, As of some one softly o?sttering, clattering at mIy ohanheor dour ; " 'Tis the rain," I muttered growling, " beat. irng on ny chamber door," "Only this, and nothing mnore." But the'clatt.rlng grew more farfoc,rdan I said; "it's rather ourious, Surely never hall or rain dropi fell so heavily before ." Wroth was I, forI was planning, for friend Laurens so sound a tanning, Ac should make him bowl for meroy, sinking on the chamber floor, And I cursed the interruption, eat and cursed.. it o'er and o'er, . L For a moat confounded bore. But the clamour never heeding, with no sense of proper breeding, Greiw more threatening, ceased a little, then rose louder than before, With a vigour so surprising that, from out my chair upri...
CARLTON GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
CAhI RLTON GARDENS. The ioproveOii ot mkde in? these gar deins during ,the lasti six months, is deieorving of praise. They will' shortly become a credit to the city, nnd if some feasible scheme could only be devisoed for Jkeepintg out larrikins and loanfrs who are in the habit of resorting to tl;eiid:llaces, a more desirablo placo of summer resort for ladies and children aiould hardly be wished for. • - - ...-
BOROUGH OF BRUNSWICK. GRAND STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
BOROUGHI OF BRUNSWIC. GRAND STEEPLECHIASE. Thxr TooK PLACE TurESDAY, Aun. 11. Judge-Best Ovroend Esq., J.P. Clerk of the Course-F. J. Miles, Esq. STI 'ALL AOE T STAES. Entrance fee £10; to start at nine a.m. precisely. The list closed on Friday, July 31st, when the following entries were made. The fsyor, by Flemiongton, oatof Coanbollor. Broaolotbh, by Good Templar, out of John Wesley. Parker, by C.ladonia, out of Mloorlander. Too Native, by Auscralian, out of Ritiremont. The Mayor is a plucky horse of heavy build, and was expected to make good running .in the late event. Three years since he went on the same- course and came in first. Before the start ain at tempt was made to poison him but the musil had a contrary effect to what was intended, and his backers in consequence became more numerous. ile also entered for the Advice stakes last. year, coming in fifth,' and took first position in the race for the .Mayor's plate in October, IS73, beating a well known trotter by a considera...
HOTHAM CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
HIOTIIAM CRICKET CLUB CONCEJIT. l'hoe alnual concept of the lfothalnn Cricket Club took place at the Temper ance IIdl1, I[otham, on 'aesday oevening. The building wtas crowded to exccss, and a handsome sum nutted upon in favior of the club. Miss Bessie .Iltrri son and i\iiss CU. Mark rendered valuable assistaltco, the latter young lady nmaking a most onccessful dliebut inl 11 Segrato, from "lucrzreia Ilorgin." LMssrs. 'oster, Speddiug, W\\rcat, 'ait, iKennedy, and E. I. loater were also favorably recived. Thei pianoforto solos of Mr. C. B. l.oster deservo specuial mlltion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
L, i nnII Drap'rw, et? . ? N? W?' TI"''N INVIT ED G CHEAPEST DRAPERY IN CARLTON GREAT CLEARING SALE ,,NOW ON! At W. B .DIXON'S Commercial House, Corner of ILYG ON and ELGIN STS. CARLTON. CALICOES,"~ .. FLANNELS,.. . , - FANCY DRESS MATERIALS, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING, ALL GREATLY' REDUCED. TROUSERS and VESTS, COATS, BOYS'- SA KNICKERBOCKER SUITS Made.: to Order' at the' Shortest Notice. FIT 'GUARENTEED. - The Stock mudst o Cleared Regardless- of Cost To m a room for ?EW'SPRING GOODS NOW LANDING. MULTUM ` IN PARVO!. ! E;. SNELLGROVE Sae to inform his numerous customers that having a L ARi E 'STOCK ON. HIAND; he hoa determined to SLE: IN AA: 9L O: vUT the remainder of his WI=NTE R STOCKI , 0 o s; P , P . Z:C E. The Stock comprises- Blankets, Sheetings, Calicoes, . Flannels, Serges, R?epps, Lushes, Tweeds, Clothing. Millinery, 'Carpets, Floorcloths, Hearthrugs, Mattings, Door Mats, Hats, Caps; Ties; And Hundreds of :Other Articles too Numerous to Mention. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! I BARGAIN...
British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
British and Foreign. A NOVEL APPLICATION. -On Mr. Mansfield taking his seat on the bench at Marylebone Police-court, on 6th Junoe last, a well-dressed young woman stopped into the witness-box and asked the magistrate for his advice and assistance under' the following circumstances. The applicant, who is about ift. lin. in stature, stated that she saw an adrortisement.ii some of the daily'and 'weekly newspapers' to the effect that the advertiser could, under his treatment, make short people tall. Applicani wrote to the advertiser, who resides in Gilhes street, Kentishf Town, and she received a statement of terms and a number of testimonials giving the names and addresses of several'persons who had increased their height under his treatmeint: ) Believing his statement'sho wrote to him,s and enclosed stamps according to his letter. She rWent under his treatment, but finding that she did not grow, she felt.that she had been swindled. Mr. Stanley, the chief usher, asked the applicant wha...
Police. HEIDELBERG COURT. Monday, 10th August. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
Police. HEIDELBERG COURT. Monday, 10th August. A MN ASIALE YOUTII.-A young man, named Patrick Kelly, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, with using obscene language in a public place, and with assaulting M£r. William Nuttall and Mr. William Greenaway. Senior-cons table Hamilton deposed that on Saturday evening, between nine and ten o'clock, ho heard a groat noise in Cape street. Went there, and found the prisoner outside the Sir Henry BIarkley Hotel, with his coat off. Ito was drunk, and was challenging people to fight. Prisoner was also making use of obscene language. William Nuttall (who appeared in the witness-box with his head bandaged) deposed that he was in the bar of the Sir Henry Barkley Hotel on Saturday evening, when prisoner came in and made some remark to him. As prisoner appeared to be drunk witness told him he did not want to have anything to say to him. Prisoner knocked witness down and he was rendered, insensible, and did not remember what took place after. ...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14TH, 1874 THE HOTHAM ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
AND CARLTON.ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, AUGUS 14rlr, 1S74 THlE I-OTIHAM ELECTIONS. On Tuesday the election of Ienm bhers to serve in the local council for the Mliddle and Eastern Words took place. At an early hour in the morning cabs might be seen flying about convey ing the supporters of the various candi dates to the polling booth. The pro ceedings were, however, conducted with. the utmost decorum. At the close of the poll, the result was as follows : EASTER-N WAHUD. Carroll ... ... ... 202 Hughes ... ... ... 130 Majority lor Carroll... 72 MIDDLE WAID. Cook ... ... ... 290 Caine... .. ... 197 Majority for Cook ... 93 AUDITORS. Scott . .. ... ... 415 Green .. 30 Kirkus ... ... ... 3179 Leonard .. ... . 348 Messrs. Scott and Green was declared duly elected.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
Publicatons. TIIE "ADVERTISER." OIRCULATING IN IIOTIHAM, "WEST MELBOURNE, BRUNSWICK, COBURG, HEIDELBERG, ELTHAM, CAMPBELLFIELD, PRESTON, MORANG, &o., &o. Published every Week. This Journal contains the full S REPoRT oF LOCAL COUNCIL MuETINs, POLICE COURT PIOCEEDINGS, CORnESPONDENCE, &C. A POP U LAR STORY Will be given each week, besides other -Useful and Interesting Matter. The price of the paper is Is. per quarter or per year, delivered, payable in advance. SINGLE COPIES-ONE PENNY. All communications intended for insertion must he authenticated by the name and address of the writer, and should be sent to the office not later than Wednesday, at twelve o'clock. ADVERTISEMENTS. Per inch ... ... ... 3s. Standing notices, as per agreement. - TERMS--CASHI. Advertisements received for each issue up to one o'clock on the day previous to publi cation. Each advortisement should hear upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. When no instructions are sent i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
HE IATIONAL, BANE OF'AIUSTRA : .: ASIA. :.. RIIiZABETI BSTREET. Interest allowed on'Fixe de?aeit - ? 5 per cent. per annum for'2l months. 4 ,,---=--~ foF6r months. Bills discounted at.curreit ates. Draftsisesed'on-brnnches and agencies in the colonies andiUnited Kingdom. I 'A '! ----------- ----_---- I1 ~ F__O·(-·-~ NGLISH, SCOTTI S'H an r .....and . '"? AUSTIEt"itAN CHARTERED BANK QUEENSBERRY: 'nd ILE VESOlf STREETS, This Bank,.is open, for :Goenral Banking Bsiess, the kIeepligof:Current Accounts the Gradtlng obfGCit Credits, the receipt, of Money or Deposits' oi Demand and' for Fixed P'rlode'- " ' ' PFor six nhihl'e?rr m peocen; f 'for twelveinbonth. 5per 'cent. C: The Discount of Local'Bill,' the Negotia. tion of Bllis of Eichinge ii Eoiland, the Australian 'Colonies, and other parts of the world. r'.' . .... . . , Drafts Issuaned on England, Ireland, Soot; lannd amdSan Firanoloo at Curiret Bates.'"• ° . ' e ? WILLIAMICLARKE, '":: S... .. Manager . THE COMMERCIAL BANK OPF-AUSTRA ...
Meetings. REMOVAL OF THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET TO VICTORIA STREET [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
Meetings. REMOVAL OF THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET TO VICTORIA STREET. A very influential meeting of the resi. dents of West and North Melbourne, was a held at the Royal Saxon Hotel, Elizabeth &nbsp; street. Mr. H. Bowen occupied the chair. Mr. Irvine moved the first resolution, as follows:-" That this meeting regrets the delay that has arisen in carrying out the arrangements made for the erection of a general market on the site between Vic- toria street and the old Cemetery." He - said that the almost universal opinion of the residents of West Melbourne was that the market should be removed from Bourke street to the north end of the &nbsp; town. It was considered a serious in- &nbsp; convenience to be compelled to send to the extreme end of Bourke street for vegetables and dairy produce required &nbsp; by householders, and he contended that a market was urgently needed in West and NorthMelbourne. The Eastern Market was likewise far too small for the...
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH 1874. (Before Messrs Strutt, P.M., Breeze, Staley and Fleming.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH 1874 (Before Messrs Strutt, P.M., Breeze, Staley and Fleming.) Messrs Clark, Fenton, Boothroyd, Martin and Adams, for leaving their cabs unprotected, were fined 1s. and 2s. 6d. costs each, with the exception of Martin, who not appearing, was fined 2s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. costs, and for a further charge of having no lights he was fined 7s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. costs. A charge against Boothroyd, of using insulting language in a public place, was also dealt with. It appeared that the whole of the men had been indulging more or less at the shrine of Bacchus, and apparently did not relish the interference of Constable Nixon, who informed the Bench that Boothroyd's behaviour was so menacing that he had to draw his baton on the occasion, but fortunately had no necessity to test the thickness of any one's cranium. Boothroyd was fined, 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs. — Franklin, of the Victoria Hotel, was fined 1s. and 2s. 6d. costs for not keeping a light over his licen...
MR. STRANGER, OF COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1874
MR. STRANGER, OF COBURG. Sir — The charge against Mr. Stranger, master of the State School at Coburg, for kissing a young lady, has given rise to a considerable amount of unpleasantness in that district, caused principally by the actions of some persons who are unwill- ing to believe that Mr. Stranger has been guilty of any impropriety in kissing the female pupils belonging to the school. When the Minister of Education decided that he should be reprimanded for his conduct, and removed from the district, it would have been well if his friends had let the matter rest, and not to have got up a deputation to wait on the Minis- ter with the view to induce that gentle- man to alter his decision. Also a petition has been hawked to almost every house in the district for signature, and is stated has been signed by persons of all ages and sex — married and unmarried — the majority of whom have no interest in school matters. This no doubt is in- tended to represent public opinion in re- ferenc...
BRUNSWICK ANNUAL RACES. GRAND STEEPLECHASE. TUESDAY, AUG. 11. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1874
BRUNSWICK ANNUAL IRA.CES. GRAND STEEPLECHtASE. TUESDAY, AUe. 11. The " Councillor's Plate," the winner to hold the same for three years. This event, which had been looked for ward to with interest, came off as adver. tised. The Judge and Clerk of the Course were punctual to their respective engage ments, and the team got well away to gether at ' a.m. precisely. The Grand Stand on the hillshad a considerable con. course of people, but the greatest number congregated near the centre of the course and about the olech flices' Institute. A few showed themselves at the Iuatchers' Alloy, and there was also a good crowd on the rocky ground to the eastward of the course. Thle Native led off'with a bound, and all round the paddocks to the westward he seemed to have it all his own way, the Mayor a good second, with Porker and iBroadclotl well up. The pace was not rapid, and it was quite uncertain which would take the second and third places. Along Butcher's Alley the Mayor put on a spurt and t...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, 17TH AUGUST. (Before Dr. Lloyd, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1874
Police. HOTEIAM COURT. MIONDAY, 17rTI A Uovsr. (Before Dr. Lloyd, J.P.) A RowDny-Froderick Fisher is fond of attendiiig football matches, but posses ses a weakness for beer and fisticuffs. W'hile engaged in this pleasant occupa. tion of battering the face of his opponent the prosecutor, TV. Tho ras, was passing in the immediate vicinity of where the fighting was going on. MIr. Thomas is engaged as clerk in the office of the Com. missioner of Police, but is likewise a Police Sergeant, and the old instincts of his profession could not tolerate a viola Lion of the law, so he accordingly arrested Fisher, and a discriminating bench im. posed the fine of 5s. or 24 hours' impri sonment. Dnruvs.-Two inebriates named MIi chael Tobin and Robert Gorman were cautioned and discharged, it being their first offence. Tobin, however, was again charged with assaulting a constable, and was in consequence fined 10s. or in de fault 2. hours' imprisonment. Andrew Hamilton was overpowered with tile fumes ...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21ST, 1874. THE MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1874
.or;t% ý tIooalen X ?.U~t·-hser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. IRIDIAY, AUOUS r 21si, 1674. -T1[:.lE MI 'A'L MARKETI. w'[io lui gu Uiretion ill Flih:abutli utreot inorth, knowu nu trcttlu's buildizg, ncar the iNatiuaoal Btiak, is uauualcguiug .a couipluttu alterationa. ].u le'u oh the wuuiaighathy hiapuciiirnciu it paiusentodl oult sidc, a huachtlsaaaa brick frout ha-a just be0011 aldhiotI, wlhilu thu initerior is beihag ilttentap a9 a meaunt muarkut fur thu wholesalo hutchers, anitd upHatiaii-i stalls are in oursti oh irctiul, A )s noun tutu euaaphlutcal thue bhtchrs will rulmove frona thu City C.'orpuoratiuui Markut, uadll occupy thue above t'tetuisA. This is another ijticcatiuai of thue raplid pIrgres if North Melbournc.