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MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
MONtY ORDEn OFFiCE. Office hours--l0 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdays 10 na.m. to noon. Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5 ......... Gd. Above £5, butnotexcced.£10 - Is. ,, £10, ,, £,, £15 - . Gd. ,, £15, ,, 20 - 2s. Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: 8. d. Not exceeding £2 .... ... U I; ,, 5 ... ... 1 O ,, 7 ... .. 1 G 10 ... ... 2 12 ... ... 2 6 15 "3 0 S 15 ... ... 3 0 , 20 ... ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, China, India, Japan, hMacao, Mauritius, United States, &.:- S's. 'd, Not exceeding -" ... 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. 5 - 2 6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 0 ,,- £7 but not exceed. £10 - 5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
NorrTIn MEknoUU\ Towo CoonclL. Muayor, Mr ¶1. rogrty, J .P. Lansterri WVard r: J. Lidraier; Mr. EVI uller J P. M J. Jinnse, Mr. G. Carter; Mr.D. Wadick.0 : W.,Weterm Ward Mr. P..Costelle; Mr. J. O. Steel, J.P.; Mr. J. G..Petrie. :: Town Clerk, Mr. H. J. Ranidall. ato Collector, Mr. J. Kearneo. Surveyor, Mr. E. Mclver. Health Officer, Dr. hitnakcr. Inspector, Mr.E. Magnuts.
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
-TORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 27. Present.-The - Mayor (Cr. Fogarty), and Crs. Wadick, Bnrwise, Gardilner, Petrie, Fuller, Steel; and Carter. CORRESPONDENCE. FromMr. G. M. Prendergast, M.L.A., saving that.he had received tie Council's letter relative to the underpaid muni cipal subsidy, conveying a resolution on that point, and would give the matter every attention. A letter to a similar effect was received from Dr. W. Maloney, M1.L.A. Both letters were received. From A. Welch, saying that water was coming from a certain property in Capel-street, and flowing into an ad joining tenement for which lie was agent. -The letter was received, and referred to the Surveyor. From A. Mattingley, saying that he had received a letter-rom-Mr.-Gill!ot, solicitor for the Council, claiming £10 2s. 9d. for rates due on allotments of land in Boundary-road, which were sold in 1888; and stating that he had in termed the rate-collector of this fact, and had also given him names of the perso...
HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY STr. Michael's Branch of the above Society held its usual fort.nightly meeting on Tuesday evening, the 28th July, in St. nlary's schoolroom, Victoria-street. The installation of officers having been ad journed from the last meeting, Past President, Bro. T. O'Reilly, occupied the chair, and installed the following Bros. in their respective offices:-Presi dent, M. J. McNamara; Vice-President, T. O'Connell; Secretary, D. Griffin; Warden, D. McCarthy ; Guardian, M. J. Dalton; Sick Visitors, T. O'Connell and M. J. Dalton. The other officers for the ensuing term are:-Treasurer, D. O'Callaghan ; Trustee, M. Martin ; Auditors, T. W. O'Shea and J. P. Kelly; District Delegates, D. Griffin and M. J. McNamara ; Judicial Committee, T. O'Reilly, T. O'Connell, D. McCarthy, N. Wallace, M. J. Dalton, D. O'Cal laghan, - Fnrquer, M. Martin, and - McGuinness; Medical Officers, Drs. O'Donnell and Woinarski. The Presi dent, Bro. M. J. McNamara, having taken...
THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER I. A TRAGEDY BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
THE NOVELIST. ST110 lawe tFavorite: on, The Tragedy of ('as nlclfgh I lhores. A STORY OF TIE STAGE. -o CHAPTER L A TeetoD nntronE T?E rOCTLIOnTS. The curtain rang up at hie Drury Lino Theatre na a new sen?.tional play, written by re of tahe tocding dramatists ?f the day - p:o:altly for Misa OClem nce Armour, the br~u:talt young aetreea who had set ailLon. con emay. The fiast ecene was over, and as the cur. tain rcee on the eacend scene, Clemonea' riamv forward into the glare of the loot. Tas in jstrmenta of themoi aitane braeed formt their triumphant welcome to ithd vorld'a laeorite, acd the deafening applausd 'cf the audience shook the vast build. ing, and echoed and re-echoed to the vaulted roof. And, indeed, the radiant beauty alone of the young aetress vas enough to invoke the wildest applause, fort a loveler, more charm. E7g fec a London' audiuoee had never •ooedupon. S9e was in the first bloom of youth-ccr. tain?il vt more th:, twenty Sare of agoe, with a :.:m which no sculpsu...
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. -4---- MONDAY, July 27. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairiman), and Messrs. Wylie, Barwise, Fogarty, and Blackburn, Js.P. ASSAULT. William Crigliton was charged as above. Clin McGregor said that on Satur day evening he was coming out of a ham and beef shop when defendant hit him. I)ef.ndlant pleaded guilty. ... OMcGrgor said he did nit wish to press the charge. Defendant said he had a few drinks. tIf was discharged on putting 10s. in the p-ir lo-. TInEE C nHARGES. Thomas Ryan was charged with steal ling a go-cart and a shop chair, He pleaded guilty. Hie was then charged -with -deserling his wife, Mary Ryan. She said she did not wish to press the charge. It seemn prisoner is undergoing a sentence. Mrs. Ryan said he wais away a fortnight and she got a warrant out for him, but found that he I as in'gaol. They had ten children. He was sent to gaol for fourteen days -cumulative on the sentence lie is now undergoing. No evidence was called with regard to the theft of t...
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
IMETROPOLITAN BOA.li OF WORKeS RIEI'RESENTA.TIVES.-At the mn!eeting of the North Melbourne Council on Mon tday, the Mayor, Cr. Fogarty, remarked that he, as representative of the Council on the Metropolitan Board of Works,. could be asked in public by any Coun cillor every fortnight, questions regarding any action of his at the Board table, or general information about the Board and its work, but the Council's repre sentatives on the Fire Brigade and Health Board were practically "nnget ntable" as regarded a personal interview with the Council as a body. This is certainly so, and it is a decided advantage to be in touch with the Board through the Council's delegate, and it is a pity the gentlemen on the other organizations mentioned above are not equally easy of access.
THURSDAY, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
TionURSDA, July 80. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Biadon, Barwise, Fogarty, Wylie, Carter, McCarthy, and Black burn, J.Ps. LARCENY. Thomas Downing was charged as above. Michael Walsh said that he was a publican. He was in the habit of put ting up his horse at the Shannon and Shamrock Hotel. On Monday he did so, and subsequently missed two sets of harness, valued at £10. Miss Davis, licensee of the Shannon and Shamrock Hotel, said that on Mon day night she heard the dogs in the yard "baying the moon with hideous howl," and on going out saw the prisoner lying down with the harness in his possession. He was given in charge. Defendant, who bad been "in trouble" before, was sent to gaol for three months. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. George Misses was charged with al lowing a cow to go unmilked on the 17th. Constable Tobin said that on the above date, he saw a cow at the cow market in Grattan-st. The animal was in charge of the defendant, and was greatly "overstocked." Sihe was evi dent...
ST. MARY'S ANGLICAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
ST. .11ARY'S ANGLICAN MISSION. Tlic Mission at St. Mary's has concluded with satisfactory signs of at least external success. The numbers attending the various services steadily increased up to the last evening service of thanksgiving on Monday night, while the solemn farewell service of Holy Communion on Tuesday morning was well attended. A second special service for children, not provided for in programme, was arranged for Monday afternoon after school hours, and the presence of a large number of attentive children testified to the favor which the missioner found in the eyes of the little ones, and their innate appreci ation of things spiritual. The missioner's method of exhibiting the backbone of his discourllre in black. white, and red. adds considerbly to thile interest which his own inspirating mainner excites. Another meet ing not on the programme was held in the Sunday schoolroom on Tuesday night, when a hurriedly arranged presentation was made to the missioner by some of th...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents. A COMPLAINT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
CORRESPONDENCE. iWe do not hld ourselors responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents. A COMPLAINT. S?'o the Editor.) 'Stn,--Having read a paragraph in your last issue of the COURIER in which you say the Western Ward ratepayers have a substantial grievance and might receive a little more attention than they do, I beg to thank you for your comment, and at the same time say it applies very much to a short " Cinderella" street in the ward, running from Dryburgh-st. to Munster-terrace, named Du Fen-st. I have resided the last fifteen years at the corner of Dryburgh-st. and the street under notice. During that time it got one light coating of metal, and as there is considerable vehicular traffic on it, the consequence is it is in very bad repair. The middle of the roadway is sunk in pie-dish shape, while the pitchers of the channel in some parts are fully six inches higher than the roadway, making it dan gerous to any person who is compelled to cross over thetm with a horse and veh...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. TIoE ordinary meeting of the North Melbourne Branch was held in the Lodgeroom, Mechanics' Hall, on Thurs day evening, July 23. . The President, Mr. Jas. Pickett, in the chair. There was only a moderate attendance of mem bers. After the reading and confirm ation of the minutes, six new members were elected, namely: Messrs. Hanson, W. Hooper. W. Luff, M. Evans, J. McGregor. and Donnelly, and were wel comed by Messrs. Watt and Douglass. An apology was received from Mr. Perrin on account of his unavoidable inability to attend and deliver his lecture on "Forestry." Included in the report for the Metropolitan Committee was the fact that Mr. T. Crosbie had been elected chairman, and Mr. W. A. Watt as audi tor, to thatbody. It was decided not to take action in the Joseph Winter inove ment. Mr. Nicholls, of the Single Tax League, delivered a short lecture on "Modern Slavery." There was very little tiscunssion on it.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
Public Notices. MM. W, GRIFFITHS " Boot & Shoe Warehouse, 17 ERROL ST., NORTH MELB. Lrge Stock. Reliable Goods. NEXT DOOR TO I. L. YOUNG, DttAPEE). Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots Made to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. REPA.IRS. Workman on the Premises. BRANCH: MELBOURNE ROAD, NEWPORT. For WEDDING RINGS, KEEPERS. DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE MIENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of all kinds, SPECTACLES, and ELECTROPLATED WARE, A M 00 TO TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE. cy??Watches, Clod's, and Jewellery letpaired. AllWork (iuarnteed. Size Cards of Riings and Prices sent on application. FRED, J. BREARLEY, Architect, "Yerqon," 104 Miller-st,, West Melb. Member of Archtl. Assoctn. Certificated from Science & Art Dept., London, England, and The Working Men's College, Melbourne. Medallist, &c., c. Itnilding Referee, North Melb. Town Com ,e LIJnstrttctQr Caretry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistant Instructor Theoretical and Practical Carpentry, Work ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
SALE EX ATI OFL ASE S1 LE: Great Sacrifice of Drapery Goods ?. I - - ' J m NORTH _MELBOURNE. Ladies and Gentlemen, we ask you to visit us, when you -will find our Prices " Right as Rain." We ,want .10,000 in Bullion this Month, and will offer EXTRAORDINARY & UNPARALLELED BARAINs! FITZGERALD BROS., Errol-st., North lelbourne. Boot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North .Melbourne. Try Leoming's Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes, neat caps, 3/11 per pair; marvellous value. Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes, 4/11. Button Shoes, 5/11. Ladies' " Reliableo" Bals., neait toecap, 4/11. Queen Button and Bals., 5/11. Ladies' Glace Bals., 6/11. - Button Glace Bals., worked button holes. 7/11.. Gent.'s Tau Sedan Bals., S/ii. Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Welted - Ba:e., 12/±6-; special value. Gent.'s Dress Bals., 4/11 & 5/11. I_ _ -_Ladi.es_- White Shoes, Lace and Button, 3/11. REPAIRS a Speciality, and -Finished Daily. Large Staff of Skilled Repairers kept on the Premises. BOOTS for CHILDREN Lengthened when too short....
BOARD OF WORKS LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
BOA s orF WoaeOl LE(ISLATION. -At thie meeting of the local Council this week it was decided that the Par liamentary representatives of the district be asked to support the Metropolitan Board of Works Bill as originally intro duced into Parliament, and that they be asked to oppose certain amendments proposed in some quarters. CHA?rTr PcronoR.\sc.-" Arralh na-Pogne" will be performed in the North Melbourne Tow?n IIall, on Monday night, in connection with the St. Vincent Do Paul Society. As this society knows neither creed, colour, or country, as re gards its charitable work, we hope to see a large audience, A CAUsE CELEunE.--The case of Holland v. Ireland, which arose in con nection with the defendant supplying articles to the Port Fairy Council while a ncmember of it, and which was men tioned in our last issne, came up at the local Council on Monday evening. "A letter was received from the Town Clerk of Port Fairy, asking for financial aid for the defendant in regard to the seats of...
THE FOOTBALL FRACAS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
THE FOOTBALL FRACAS. Re?Ecns of the dailies were rather sur prised on Monday to-finda hlighlysen sational account of a "disgraceful row " at North Melbourne Recreation Reserve, on Saturday, at the conclusion of the football match between North Melbourne and Collin wood. According. to the city journals the scene was iilost dis creditable one to the local club and its supporters, and will have the effect of causing footballers from other:suburbs to shun North Melbourne, as the abode of athletic wild animiials fit only to' be left to fight and wrangle among themnselves. But the saying audi alteruam partema is every day proved to be a sound maxim to follow, as is strikingly shown in this case. We are told by our Co:lins-street contemporaries in the first place that the ground is mismanaged, being under very hazily defined control, and that the cricketers are only waiting to get another reserve, when they will discard the local one. As regards the control of the ground it is distinctly r...
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
JOLLY & DRY'S AND Ms OUNT FORD'S TROPHIES. TuE weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at Waugh's Port land Hotel, Russell-street, on Tuesday 28st inst., at 8 p.m., all delegates being present. Mr. Wv. E. Giari-inlhe chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Tihe following are last Saturday's matches: Parville v. Phoenix.-This match was played-at-RoyaL Park,_andsresultedhiu win for the former by 4 goals (Pullar 2, Flannery and Taylor), 8 behinds, to 1 goal (M. Brown) 5 behlinds. Hillside v. St. Brigid's.-This match wasplayed at Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the former by 9 goals (Williams 6, White 2, and Foley), 14 behlinds, to 4 goals (Green 3, and Gough) 7 'behiinds. Paris United v. Waverley.-This match- resulted -in a walk-over for the former, Waverley not putting in an appearance. The following are the number of matches played by each club and points scored up to Saturday last: British Star 18, 46 Hillside 12, 28 Parkrillo 1...
ALBION UNITED v. HAWTHORN [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
ALBION UNITED v. HA.WTHORN THESE clubs met last Saturday at the Royal Park, and after a fair game, victory rested with the Albion by 4 goals (Bentridge, :Reekie, Sloan, and Fox) 8 behinds, to 3 goals 2 behinds. For the winners-Stranger, Power, and Sigmont, back; Quilligan and Dick, wmings; Walelh, Dunn, Howell, and Reekie, following; played well. Albion United v. West Melbourne, to-morrow, on the Port Melbourne cricket ground. Mcet at J. Robey's, at 2.15 p.m.