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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
VICTORIAN FI5II PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tuw usual weekly meeting of the above society was held at the Bull and Month Hotel, Bourke-street, on Friday evening, 24th inst.; the President (Mr. R. Fer guson) in the chair. A good attend ance of members present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. A. Moon read from Lloyd's Weekly etewspaper an account of a casting competition that took place at Wimbledon Park on Saturday, 9th May, 1896, when Mr. J. Enright, the amateur champion, beat his own record with the over-hand salmon rod by cast ing the fly 147 feet, which is a world's record. Mr. J. T. Emery with spinning bait, 1 ozs., cast 249 feet; and from the reel, the same gentleman, 560 feet. In the Heavy Bait Casting, 2.ozs., Mr. J. T. Emery, 511 feet. Bait Casting, lla)zs. (any style), Mr. C. H. O'Dvowd, 412 feet 6 inches. Spunin g Bait, liozs. (iny style), Mr. ,l. Brooks, 571 feet 5 inches. Mr. E. S. Shrubsole, with 10ft. trout rod, put up a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
ANGLING' NOTES. THIE ANGLERS' DEPOT For FISHING TACKLE. GREENHEART BOiAT RODS94'joinfs, 7/6 each. . Rons nild hl ill leplidirld. Sandworms Fresh Daily. ?altcd Whitebait for Bay Fishing. J. SCOTT, CnonwesLb-.Bott.nixos,361 BORKBE-ST., 'M elbourne. STRAND HOTIEL, Corner North Road and Strand, NEWPORT, Opposite Pnut. Convenient to iheat. Shads. Bees Brands of.Wines and. Spirits kept. Piano, &.' Good Accoinalation for Anglers. Miss 1. A. DOHEIRTY, PropriereE8 Public Notices. AUSTRALASIAN BOOT PALABCE, 190 Abbotsford Street, The CIIEAPEST PLACE to Get Your Boots. Try It. REPAtIs DONE. " The "Hamilton," One of the few High Grade up-to-date English BICYCLES Imported. Thoroughly reliable. Machines litted with Dunlop Tyres, Detachable Mudgards, and Brakes, Tangent Spokes. Only a few left, and are Selling at Very Low Prices for Cash. Before buying, Call and Inspect Free of Charge. JAB. A, IUNRO, 5 CHETWYND ST. FACTORY: IIOWARD-ST., NTiH. MELBOURNE. *FREEMASON'Se OHOTEL,e Opposite Bene...
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
RUNNING SHOTS. fled, Ready, Riondarn. Not-a-bad citonbinato.- - lBill Stuckey's new men a ll geers. A great game last Saturrday, and witnessed by :an enthusiastic crowd. North landlicaplsd frotn the start. In not one quarterdid they have a full team. The twentieth man (Iurray) did not make his appearance till the first stage was well advancdl. And "Son" Noouan's injury rendered him almost incapable for the remaining terms. Fire goals to none-What a start for tie Magpies. But the "Midgets" were quite equal to the occasion-put up four goals in a twinkl ing, and missed others. Hsow did Snow dodge the giant. "Skid" Larkin was ubiquitous-what price his two goals ? * Did Ab. McDougall play a great game - I should smile. 11ill Stuckey in the centre, a capital foil to the other Bill -Strickland. Terpey, a diamond of the first water-with a little polishing will be perfect. WVhat was in that brown paper parcel "Ben Bolt"-Ask the occupants of the 1'other" room. Itiordan, one of the right sort-...
FOOTBALL NOTES. NORTH MELBOURNE v. COLLINGWOOD. A Grand Game with a Very Unsatisfactory Termination. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
FOOTBALL NOTES. By SAIsrFOsDs. NORTH MELBOURNE v. COLLINGWOOD. A Grand Game with a Very Un satisfactory, Termination. TuB large attendance at the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve on Satur day last denoted Aitl unusual interest in the meeting of the above clubs for the first time this seasn. North Melbourne have been particularly unfortunate in the selection of their teams, as, in nearly every match played, one or two of their most reliable men have been prevented, by some cause or other from taking their plhces in the field, and the matcl last Saturday proved no exception to tile rule, Grant and E. Taylor, both of whom have done good work in the imatchels in which they Ihave taken part, being missing from thi conflict. Three new juniors, all hailing from the Melrose -premiers in their competition-Torpey, Riordan, and Murray-werd tried. The two former amply justified their inclu sion, whilst the latter, albeit somewnlat "green," gave promise of future excel lence. Collingwood had a...
ROSEMONT CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
R eosES .TCOT csRET CLUn.-A meet ing of this club was held on Monday night, Mr. Cbinnock, being in the chair, and it was decided to hold a social in the Trades' Hall, on Friday, Sept. 11th, 1896. A Committee was formed to carry out the arrangements, with Messrs. McNamara and H. Morrison as joint secretaries. TuE Ban Doon FI?E.-As the law stands at present, the minimum penalty for apublican having his bar door unlocked during prohibited hours is £5. It is very questionable whether the existence of such a severe penalty on the Statute book is desirable, as it is out of propor tion to the offence, and is an incentive to defendants to commit perjury. Again, it must be rememlbered that it may easily happen that a licensee may be de tected with his bar door unlocked wilth out having any intention of trading. A man may easily leave articles such as a hat or pipe in the bar on Saturday night which he may require on Sunday, and yet if he is caught "getting " them bhv Imeans of entering his b...
THE NORTH MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
THE NORTH MELBOURINE FOOTBALL CLUB. (To the Editor.) Stn,-If the metropolitan papers have rectly reported the remarks of the delegates of the North Melbourne Foot ball Club at the last Association meeting, then truly the sooner the Committee of the club be requested to instruct those gentlemen that "charity begins at home," as it should do, before they accord any further support to the ridiculous proposition of the secretary of the Vic torian Football Association, the batter also it will ;e ,rrlthe creditor?s if the club, and all concerned; and further, the greater the probability of the club relessing itselflronuhe_fiuancial slough of despond in which it has been for over five years. Owing to the multiplicity of clubs competing for the premiership in later years, " the gates " have dwindled down to nothing, not only with our club, but with the majority of others, The movement in the direction of curtailment is one that requires earnest attention, and if you will permit me, I will e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
Established] [1865. CA$E gIIU IZI AIR, 73 & 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, INborth IVelbourne. A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. Agenit for Vcadame WT eigel's Patterns. JOHN DALEY, Furnishing Undertaker & Embalmer, Corner Latrobe and-Sprihg Sts.,1Melbourne.i -_ ;. PUBLIC NOTtCim.-A rnmour having been put into circulation by interested parties that the old established Undertaking Ilo.iness of John Daley, of Latrobe and Spring ,tst., has changed hands. it is hereby notifiel that the business is still carried oi by the nsder sitgnel,'as representative of the family of the late John Daley. Latrob? and Spring streets, Melbourne. (Signed), THOM3[AS DALEY. Funerals conducted to any extent in Town or. Country. . : TELEIPHOTn 82l7. 3©S'arsIA.r.xs~ararn~D x5.7aw. EXC ELLEJIQEA + S+' 9 + PRINTING. *ALL * WORK 0 FIRST-CLASS,' .At Lowest Prices, AT KAIN & THOMS0 N, 168 & 170 QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELEPHONE 11...
A COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT. SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE IN THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
A COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT: SUCGESSFUL 'PEIRFORMANCE IN THE TOWN HALL. Ox -Monday evening last, a grand com plimentary benefit, in the form of a minstral and variety entertainment, was tendered to Mr. Chas. Schneider, who was severely injured by a fall from a building. The performance was un doubtedly the best of its kind ever wit nessed in the district, some of the lead ing artists in Melbourne having volun teered their services for the occasion. The progranmne was an excellent one in every respect-songs, recitation*, and dances, interspersed with humorous gags, jokes, etc., from the corner men, being the order of the evening. There was an enormous audience present, every avail able space being occupied. The mayor (Cr. Fogarty) was in the chair, and Mrs. H. Carroll presided at the piano. The programme opened with a min strel first part, Mr. Harry Carroll acting as interlocutor, Jantz Kohlman and Johnny Gardner as tambos, and George Gardner and Will Wynand as bones. The first item was ...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
P08TArL NOTrES. Postal Notes, from is. to 20s.; may be obtained at all Post Offices, but are only payable at any Money Order Olice in the Colony, from 10 a.mn. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under ls. lGd.... ... d. 4s. Gd, .. ... Id. 7s. d. .... ...- 2d. ,, . 20s. Od. ... ... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.\V., S.A.,.Tasmania, Queensland, ward rice rersua (on , payinI et, 10o pMyVe llml stnix siarflp i. t' IjII jI ,:A;ulge). aStalip of NI - S ?.mli W\iils. Southl Australia, Great'i iiritain, 'Frace,; Ger Imany, T.I ly,- ndiUnited', States-aro-b tainable. at tihe General Post Oflice, Melbourne, in quantities. not exceedin g s3. at ou tiime. A codmmission will be cliargeid if Id. n every 5da'worth of English and Foreign stamps purchased, and Id. on every Gd. worth, of: Interco lonial stainps. . . .
A.N.A. DEBATE TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
A.N.A. DEBATE TOURNAMENT Tii: debate tournament which Ihis been running in the metropolitan branches of the A.N.A. for many months past, was advanced another stage on Monday last, when the North Melbourne and Prabran branches met in the Prahran Toiwn Hall. The chair was occupiel by Mr. R. F. Tositcher, and the judges were His Honor Mr. Justice Hodges, Professor Harrison Moore, and Professor Gusman. Tlhe hall was filled-with a critical and appreciative audience. The subject sub mitted for discussion was "That a Re publican form of-government offers greater advantages to a civilised people than does a Monarchial form." North Melbourne affirmed, and Prahran denied. Mr. W. A. Watt, in introducing the affirmative side, laid bare the theories upon which Republicanism is based; all of which tended topronmethluLfreedom, combined withl prudence and stability, were the aims and attainments of civi lized republics. The teachings of history went to demonstrate that for primitive communities.Mon...
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
TRAMWAYS, NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GIEEN BAND BY DAY. GRiiEEN LlolT AT NIOGHT. First Car leaves Flemington Biridge WVeek Days at 5.45 a.m.; Sundays at 1.-10 p.m. First Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 6.7 a.m.; Sundays at 2.5 p.m. Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 11.5 p.m.; Saturdays at 11.8l3 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.10 p.m. Last Car leaves Flinders-street W\eek Days at 11.80 p.m.; Saturdays. at 12 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.35 p.m, Fare from Flinders-street to Fleming ton Bridge 3dd. Connection made at Flemington Bridge with Mounee Ponds Omnibus Line. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Queeusberry-st., to \est Melbourne Line, and rice rerea.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 July 1896
STELEGRAMqR. Telegranis recei ed nt any Telegraph Office addressed to ann place .'ithliin. the city, toown, &c., ii. which such office is situated, aind delivercd i free within a rdiils of o in ile; withil a radius of 1.ý miles, :4l. exira is charged. SUrgent Telegiaims charged double or difilry ritei; , iid despatched in preref ce tootliers. To or from 'any Station in Victoria. 8.30 (.ii, tiS 8 ?m.' a. d. Nine words. 0...- -... :... 0 Extra words, enli ... :... 0 1 AfteI 8 p.i .'to iidniglit. ' Ten words .. 0 Every additional word ....... 0 2 Midniglt to 8.30 a.m. Ten words . .. 0 3 0 Every additional word . .. 3 SUNDAYS. , Messages forwarded to offices open on Sundays, if dropped in theo box provided for that purpose, at the Melbourne Office with fee enclosoe. 8.30 a.m. to 9.80 p.m. 8. d. Ten words ... ... .. 2 0 Extra words, each ... .... 0 2 9.30 p.m. to 8.30 a.m. Ten words ... ... 3 0 Extra words, each ... .... 0 3
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. -BOURKE WARD. ALDERIMAN. Samuel Amess ... retires 9th Nov., 1890 CoousclLtos. Jacob ?arksi ... retires 1st Nov., 1896 James Dynon ... ,, ,, 1897 Richard Bowen... ,, ,, 1808 AssEssons. Henry H. Bindon, John Lettey. RATE COLLECTOR. R. Sparks.
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
:: TRAMIWAYS . NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. i aREEN BAND iB DAY. :GEEN LIGHT AT A IGoT. First Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 5.45 a.m.; Sundays:at 1.40 p.m. First-?ar-leaves-Flinders-treet- Week Days at 6.7 a.m.; : Sundays at .5 p.m. Last Car leaves Flemingtou Bridge Veek Days at 11.5p.m.; daturdays at 11.35 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.10 p.m. SLast :Car leaves . Fliuders-street Week Days at 11.30 p.m.; Saturdays at 12 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.35 p.m. . Fare from Flinders-street to Fleming ton Bridge 3d.: i Connection made at Fieu?migtonB?ridge-ith-Moonoe-PYonds Omnibus Line. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Queensberry-st., to West Melbourne Line, and vice versa.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
.' TELEGRA?IM. . S r Telegraims rcceived' at aiin Telegiraph Office addressed to any place s'thin' the citytowii &c:, ii' which 'sudch offlice 'is situated, and: delivered free within' a radius: of one' mile; withizn a radius of 13 iiles Sd. extra is charged.' Urgent Telegrams charged double or dinary rates, and despatched in prcference to others.. .To or from any Station in Victoria. 8.80 n.mn, to 8 p.m. ? d. Ninewords 0 ... .. . 0 Extra words, each '. 0 1 .. After 8 p.m: to midnight. Ten words .. 2- 0 Every additional word '.. 0. :2 Mlidnight to 8.30 a.m. Ten words .. 0 Every additional Word ... .1. 0 : SUDArs. Messages forwarded to offices open'on Sundays, if dropped in the box provided for that purpose, at the Melbourno Office with fee enclosed. 8.30 .m. to 9.30 pm. i. d. Ten words ... .. 0 Extra words, eacl ... 0 2 0.30p.m. to 8.30 a.m. .. , Ten words '-... .. '.. 3 0 Extra words, each' ... ....0 3 I:·: I· ..: I ·:- ·;~:-,
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
POSTAL NOTES. Postal -Notes, from 1is. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Offices, but are only payable at any Money Order Office in the Colony, from 10 a.m.. to 3 'p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under 1s. Gd. ... .. . d. ,, ,, 4.6d, ^.. ."'... Id. ' ;"7s: Gd. ........ 2d. 20s. Od. ... ... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and vice'itea (on payment, ihe payee n!us ad: si upin s equtal to poundage). Stamps of New South Wales, South Auistralia, Great Britain; France, Ger many, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General Post Office, Melbourne, in quaniitities hot exceeding >s. at one time., ,A commission.will be charg '? of 1d.: oei: every 5d21:`' rth of English and Foreign stamps purchased, and Id. on every 6Sd worth of Interco onial stamps. . .. .
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
ATTEMPTEID BURGLARY.-Abont, 3 a.m. on Tuesday morning, Mr. Albert Mattingleyq n Alfredstreet, JNorth Melbourne, was aroused by a suspicious noise in his house. He and his son qiuickly left' their beds, to ascertain its cause, and hecard the souids of retreating footsteps. They made an examination of the premises, and found one of the windows bore traces of a " jemmy" having been used upon it. The thieves had evidently taken alarm, and left without any booty.' ; Any Uemon DnAtso.--The drawing of the Art'Union in dconection with the rardRlioLFied -toaok nplace in the upper supper room of the Town Hall oii Monday evening, in the presence of a number of ladies and gentlemen. . Mr. J. Bergin .presided, in the o'iiiavoidable absence of the Mayor,' Cr. T. Fogarty, who, howvevdr, attended at a later stage of the proceedings. The prizes were drawn by a.young lady,-and-Constables Johnstone..and..McSweeney acted as scrutineers. It is expected that a sum of £50'Will'be raised for Mrs: Ward. On ...