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LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. CARLTON IMPERIAL F. C., 2ND TWENTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

LIST OF MATHIIES POR lENSUING SEASON' ScAILTOL IrosPltIAL. F. C., lNI TWENTY. Aug. 29-Vauclauso at Univor.ity P.itdock. S1ept. 5-West Iulbourne at University Pad * dock. Supt. 12-Almna at lUivorsity Paddock. Sept. I--Star of Rihomond a. Unieoraity Paddock.: Sept. 2r-Vauclause at Richmond Padlock. Oct. 3-Albert Park at RichLmuo d Pa.ddock. Oat. 10-Vacant. Oct. 17-Vacant. IIItUNSWLICI F. C. Aug. 29-Willia?tto? at Willialmstown. Sept. 5-Carltou (2nd 20) at Oirltou ground. 'Sopt. 12-South Park .t Brunswick. Sept..0-Albcert Park (2nd 20) at lirunswick Sopt. 2--S:ar of Iliuhmuud at Rlichmund paddoolk.r ": ' Oct. 3-C rliton (2nd 20) at Brunesvick. Oct. 10-South Park at Albert Park. 'Oct. 17-Star of Richtnoud at Blrunswik. .oTll't M?LtOUrNt: (atd 'T('WFKN.tJ) vi. u. 'Augr. 29--South Park at Royal Park. Sept. 5-Smathern (2nd 20) at Fawkudr I'ark. S' pt. 12-Albert Park (2nd 20) at Royal Park. .dogt..2G-Karliuili at Royal Park. Ot;, 3-St. Kllda (2nd 20) at Royal Park: Oct 10O--Star of Itichmou...

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REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

ItEAL ESTATE. Messrs. ]firkus and Leonard, nuo tioneers and estate agents, report a rapidly increasing demand for property throughout tho district. :rick cottages from throo:'to sixc rooms, flnd ready sale at (prices thait leavo. a good margin of prolit to the builder. I[ouses, also, of a superior description 1are daily enquired for, both for' occupation and investment. Speculative builders would find it pay well to build this class of property, both in VWest [Melbourne an,l ou llotllam-hill, which seems just now" to havo tlh uall in thE market. Weo hero report the follow. ing sales during the past week:-'-Vood cottage, Haines strcat, IHotham, £235; allotment of land, IIaines stroot, £J; 122. d., per foot.

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QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

QUARTEIRILY LICENSING IEEIT. INGS. The quarterly licensing meetings in and around Melbourno will be held as heroe. undci-r ' Collingwood, lot September. Flemington, 14th Septembor. Fitzroy, 3rd September. Footscray, 10th September. Heidelberg, 21st September. Hotham, 7th September. Meolbourno, 8th September.

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

POLICE , GAZE?TT E. The following sxtraots are taken from tlie Victoria- Police.: Gazelte:- Stolen from tlhu bodroom of Robert Orilliths, at Lhoinas's boarding-house, 101 William street, Melbourne, on the night of the 10th instant, a chami'oi leathor purse swith' brass clasp and clasp to inner compartment, containidg seven £1'notb' with mihlics lilke hliinese characters on the corners of some of.them, a Victorian shd-a SydMts dint sovereign, and a deposit.receipt from .Union 13ank, Ml~eltourne, for £30.-Edwin Sinid is charged on warrant, with em bezzling the sums of 10s. and 5s. of the monies of : Charlqs 1 Cassell, tLaker, ,l13Q., Briiswick street,' Fitzroy, on tho 12th June last.-A woman'named Thompson is charged, on warrant, with desc.ti mg.hc r child in the chare of Mary Whilau, 11 Riley strictOi Crltbn,'on theil 1Othlislfoi:; ' Lost'by Augustus Kitchenr, from' 0Q Oapel street, 'West Melbourne, on the 5th instant a large black and white Newfoundland dog answers to the name of "R...

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THE BENEFITS OF LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

ITIE BIENEFITS OF LIFE ASSUIRANCE. The beneficial . working of the new rules of the Australian Mutual Provident Society has been shown in a striking manu ner in the case of a well-known 3allarat gentleman, recently deceased, whose life ,was assured -by ,the society for.£500. 'Under'the old 'system the 'policy -would have boon loubly forlirited, not only be. cause .theunfortunate gentleman died by his own hand, but because the premium dio atthlio time of his death had not been paid.. The.claim, which was only sub `mittEd 0iafli 1Otlf"insitant, isAi we are informed.by the agents, promptly paid'on the following day, as under the now regulations the policy did not lapse, but was kept alive ,out. of the surrender v lue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

Drapers, etc. IJ SPE aTI oN 4NVITED, CHEAPEST DRAPERY IN CARLTON GREAT CLEARING S:ALEi NOW: O N'! At W.- - -DIXON'S Commercial House, Corner of LYGON and ELGIN . STS. OARLTON. CALICOES, FLANNELS, IN, f FANCYDRESS MATERIALS, PRINTS, : MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING, S!"a":,ALL ? GREATLY REDUCED, TROUSERS and VESTS, BOYS' SAC KNICKERBOCKER SUITS " Made t Order at the' Shorteat Notice. F: ,ITT GUARENTEED. "' * The Stock muet be,, Clearredsegardless : of.: Cost T( . To make room for. ,, ' NEW SPRING GOODS NOW LANDING. MULT ATI IN PARVO 1! E.;; SNELLGROVE Bega to inform hinenrtmeroue customers that having a: LARGE STOCK ON -HAND, on r.+?+"he he has determined tor" CLEAR OUT the remainder of his WINTER STOCK At coST Wn cm. The Stock comprises Blankets, . :Sheetings, .r : : Calicoes, Rep.ps,; .t.:ri.,t/ ":Lushes, , Tweeds, •: : Clothing. Millinery,L Carpets, S Floorcloths, Hearthrugs, Mattings, Door Mats, H?ts,-Caps, Ties, And Hundreds of Other Articles too Numerous to Mnntion. BARGAINS I BARGAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

Watchmakers, etce W. IfTCIIELL, WXTATCIHMAKER and JEWELLER, 53 and 55 ERROL ST., IIOTIIAM. Watches and Clocks cleanod and repaired ;Every description of Jewellery made to made to order. IllTZROY WATCH and CLOCK MANU. FACTORY. IH. THICTHENEIR, (from T. Gaunt's,) WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, Jeweller, &c., ,156 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY. (next Wesleyan Church). English and Foreign Watches and Clocks carofully repaired. Colonial Jewellery made to order. Fancy IIair-work, Engraving, Gilding, Plating, &c.! All work done in the best manner on the premises. Orders punctually attended to. Flagging. &c.c P ATENT COMPOSITION. PAVEMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. Office-56 QUEEN STREET. Depot-Fitzroy street, near Omnibus stables Rat Proof, Damp Proof, Fire Proof, Impene. trable to 'Wear and Tear,- and' Indestruotable by Age. THE PATEINT COMPOSITION PAVE MENT has been laid down where it has been subjected to the most trying and severe tests, and hss always given the most un. qualified s...

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BRUNSWICK BOROUGH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

BItUN SWICIK IIOROUGII PARLIA. IMENT. Sir-Tihe discussion on the proposed loan for drainage seems to havoe caused more excitement in the minds of certain ratepoyers than did the initiation of a protectirve policy, or the proposed grant to the late Sir Charles Darling. It has now assumed the position of " 'arliament in the Council Chamber" and votes of want of confidence and resignations of Councillors in the event of the same being carried seems' to be uppermost in the mtind of the people. For the past fow days "a Mange of Ministry" has been currently j.lced of, and several hitherto quiet bur~S os have- roused themselves into considerable prominence over the question: 't'he latest list gave the follow ing names as most likply to form the new Council : Osief Secretary--fr. D. Melvilleo. Treasurer--Mr. Cadman. Minister of 1'ab!io Works-A. Hamilton. Postmaster-Geoneral-J. V. -Fleming. Caetoms-=-T. Stranger. Attornoy·-eneral-D. 1l. Barry. Salinitor.(tnorel-A. Cornwall. •Minister of Educ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

Publlcatons. TiE "ADVERTISER." CIRCULATING IN HOTIHAM, WEST MELBOURNE, B;RUNSWICK, COBURG, HEIDELBERG, ELTHAM, CAMPBELLFIELD, PRESTON, 1MOIRANG, &o., &o. Published every Week. This Journal contains the full REPORT OF LOCAL COUNCIL MEETINGS, POLICE ConRT PROCEEDINOGS CORRESPONDENCE, &C. A POPULAR 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, payab'e in advance. SINGLE COPIES-ONE PENNY. All communications intorded for insertion must be aubhenticat:d by the name and address of the writer, ard sbould be sort to the offico .oilater than Wednesday, a: twelve o'clock. ADVE'tTISEMIENTS. Por inch .. .. ... 3s. Standing not:cos, as per agreement. TERMS--CASi. Advertisements received for each issue up to one o'clock on the day previous to publis cation. Each advertieement should bear upon tbo manuscript the number of insertions required. When no instructions are sent in refer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

Goverp ment' -audvertisements. GENERAL ELECTORAL LISTS,' IT is hereby notfied fli?f?eneiri informa. tion-that-by-"-The Electoral Act- 1865" the dayafitedi for tho:bompletion of thei General Lists is the let September in each year. l?.r.l lii . All persons takidg dut Elootora Rights !on or before the 1st September next will thbrdi fore be entitled to have their names placed upon tlmegenoeral liets'for.a874. No personwhose,nameois on a roll !df rate. paying electors for,any province oI:Edistrict is entitled to an electors' right (vide eec. 01 Act 270 and' seoe. 21 'A.t 334).~d ?il' I :; I ChiefSert Chief 'Seuit .. . -otham0 Notices? , 7BOROUGH<OF' HOTHA.:r 3t ' T ENDERS will hie reb'eiveiduntil Wedn e day, the 2nd-September.next, t .+"- 7 For saen2printing an may be requiredby, the.ounocil during 'thoe munioipal year 1874-5.5 .. +:c .. , -' : ., -! 1 Speodfictlon at the Town Hall... By order. ' 0 ",CKAS E. RANDALL.. 0 C" ... .. " Town Clerk. Town Hall, Hotham, August 20th; ...

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BRUNSWICK COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

BRUNSVWICK COUNCIL. _ .?WtESDAY, AUGUsT. 1'9rI, 1874. .Prdse?ici-Iis Worship the Mayor (in thLe chair,) and Councillors. Staley, Cook, 1IMutton, McDonald, Stranger, Pleaming, Overend, and Tinning. The inside of CoacihChamber was crowded to excess with ratepayers, who: appeared- to take great interost in the proceedings. i THE LoAN. . Mr. Donald Melille priesdented tho following memorial to lioeillayor and Coulncillors, and explained its objects : ', aat your mumorialiste, .purnlaut, to at. vertamausat, held a ptulo'inteeinge in the Slol.aaiuea' hIll of the above b?iidugi h on the 17Th day; of August, to consider the pro posil of the botiiodl to efleet a loan of £825S for varioues'-~idrkl ?conneeted with tho borpugh, ;and that such publioc meating passed a resulttioa by a large majority of lihoao lir?edit, 'aud appointud a committee to draia up and prosoua a i- morial bringing under your notio siuch a?reslutton. " ',hliat in. the opinion of tais moetiug the proposed 'Lontr ctin of a....

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Football Notes. CARLTON v. ALBERT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1874

FootbaUll Notes. BTY UMPINI .CASLTON V. AL/ERT 'AKK.. The fourth match between these clubs came off .on Saturday in the Royal Park. The weather was . anything. but suitable for football, the wind blew in strong gusis across the ground, and the central umpire may be said to have had the liveliest time of it. right through the game, as the bull w'as constantly finding its way ot:it of bounds.-" Thero was a muster of specta Strs wlhose'univeisal opinion before the game started, .was that no goals would. be kicked.: Public opinion on this occasion Iwas' not far out.' •The opposing teams. thoxtoutghly :repriesented the strength of the two clubs:. Donovan and BlraOlkeil (captains) tossed for choice of ends, Dono Svan won, tand' decided to kick to 'the western with- a very slight advantage from the wind. The ball was started by Baker, who kicked in the directioni:of McGibbon, who returned it some distance, and Donovan, Dismor; and Neiving carried it quickly into the Pa'rkites quar. ter, an...

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Original Poetry. THE LOVER'S SIGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

Original Poetry. THE LOVEI'S SIGH. Am--" Loves Young Dream." Oh, I sigh for that dear island home, That once was free, Whore in early youth I lov'd to roam, MIy love with thee; .But now, alas, MIy own dear lass, I'm far away from thee, In a land far south from Er;n's Isle, Chushla Maolhroe In my lonely dreams I soo you smile Again on me. Thoro's no hope to oheer my lone sad hours, But thoughts of you ; And dream I see those sunny bowers, Spangled with dow, WVhero oft we met, I can't forget; Oh I these were happy days. Ay, but they're gone like sunshine showers, Or morning rays, Fast fading o'er the ivied towers, Where Annie plays. Oh, I wish my love to see you soon Come dear don't stay I expeot you by the next now moon Came, love, I pray, And hers you'il find Mo true and kind, - Though far from Erin's shore o; All I want to cherish me, is you, I want no more ; Oh, you'll ever find me kind and true, For ever more. MICHAEL WOULFE. Heidelberg.

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MEETING AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

MEETING AT BRUNSWICK. The defiant tone of the Brunswick Borough Council at its last meeting, anent the remon. strauco presented to them by a deputation from ratepayeres, brought together in the Ml?hoantcs' hIal, on Tuesday evening, another gathering of burgesses to rceiove the report from the Council, and to decide on further aotion. Dr. Talbot was called to the chair, and opened the proceedings by stating that they met to receive the Council's answer to the memorial sent to it from the mooting 0 held in that hall last week, Mr. D. Mel ville, one of the deputation, responded by e roading the report which appoared in last Stutdlay'e "Advertiser," In alluding to the remarks of Cauncillor Overend, he con tended that the ratepayors had spoken out e clearly and unmistakably-first in the moot. ings called by the candidates at the last elections, next by placing at the head of the poll Mr. Fleming,. who opposed the loan, and finally by the large public gatherings of the burgesses. To charg...

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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

NATIONAL -MUSEUJM. Thiu ountbut of visitr La thu N15iotiiz AOIIIMIkI 0· Nal wadl Ilastnary alad CLuology, lur" ohs ue WLukauaallg I rya~~tas W~I iuIJ.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

i'ACINOTYLV lDGAINT. T'ho Troeasurr of the Viotoriau Asylum and Sthlool for theo llind doeires to acknow lodgo the receipt of. J20J at tho liluds of .Ir., P. . Ioutulttinsoii, being proucds of the concert given in tlho Molitnicus' lIall, .Irllinswoiokon tihe 31st it, by the pupils or tho Institution. .E1 also lthtnk thela contniittoo and friends who so kindly undertookt tie nagioutoment of the same atnd by whose exertions so satisfuitory a result hias boon obtained.

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THE RECENT CASE OF PER. JURY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

t THE RECENT CASE OF PER. , JURY. VWe have received a letter from Mr. J. Brown, taking.exception to a police report which appeared in last week's issue, in which he figured as complain. ant. He condemns us for giving the remarks of the defendant's counsel in referring to Brown's personal unpopu larity in the neighborhood in which he resides, abuses the Hlotham bench, and winds up with demanding the appoint ment of a Police Magistrate. '\e de cline to insert it for two reasons. First because it would afford the writer an opportunity of indulging in a malicious tirade of abuse against certain imaginary enemies;. and secondly, because we tho roughly agree with the decision of the Hotham bench. Indeed, Dr. Lloyd should have assessed the plaintiff with all the co.ts of the case. It is shock ing to think that any person so in clineod can put the machinery of the', law in motion for the gratification of private revenge, which there can be but little doubt :animated the plaintiffi' 1n this ...

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BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. 26TH AUGUST, 1874. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., Messrs Talbot and Staley J P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

B1UNS1WSCI POLICE COURT. 26T1e AUoUS.r, 1874. (Beforeo Mr. Strutt, P.M.. Messro Talbot and Staloy J P·.'.) Con3tablo Shaffany charged W. Valentine .with having no control over his horse and oab. Fined Is. The samo man was aleo charged by the police with using insulting language to a passenger. Tais charge was no doubt brought by the police with the idea of eliciting how a man named [Mitchell who was found rc. enrly, on the Sydney road, by the police, with his leg broken, came by the injuries received. AMr. David Raney, the landlord of the Golden Fleece Hotel, Coburg, was sub jeooted to a very upleoasant examination by l[r. Gryllow who appeared for the defence, In asmuch as he was accused of taking money out of Mitchell's pooket, and which a n itnes, named John Slowart, a ta:lor, living in Bouverio street, Carlton, stated was the nmeanso ccausing the rew. This witness also stated that Senior Constable Joyce asked him to come out and give evidence to snreen the publican, but very litt...

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THE BRUNSWICK LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

TJE BRUtNSWVICK LOAN. The ratepayers held another meeting during the week to protest against the Council proceeding to negotiate' the loan. It is very evident that the action of that body does not meet. with general approval. It is assoerted that the reason which induces the :Council to proceed with the loan,. in- spite of :the opposition. of the ratepayers, is; that there are a, number of contractors in terbsted'in the expendittire of ilshblic money, and these persons have considoi* able influence.with councillors, Judging from the action of Mr. .Tarvi,: who bb tained a lucrative .contract through his influence as councillor, and immediately afterwards resigind, there appears to b some grounds for such a suppositiodn. If so, .it behoves ..the ratepayers to. look alive after their interests or they may be sacrificed by unscrupuloius persons. 'The nameds of certain councillors haVe.b'een zientioned'as being identified with the "ring" which is supposed: to-exist in the Council, but'un...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. SATURDAY, 29TH AUGUST. (Before Mr. Laurens, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874

' ' * -Police. HOTIIAM COURT. S~+UoDAi , 29rz AUvousr. * (Before Mr. Laurens, J.P.) IssuLTrirr x BiavIon.-Two royster. ing blades, named .John Smith and Johnl Wiaughl, were ftound indulging in obsceneuc language in Peel street at two or three o'clock. in the morning, and arrested. A tanste oftlhe loclk.up was sullicient to tame tlheir lot blood. Aind very foolishl did they look: when compelled to gaze at the massive blrow anild severe features of tihe presidinig justice who, in a voice reses. bling distant thunder, iinveighlad against the practice of :night wallking, andt solemnlmy appealedl to the sorjcant if he knew. the young' men at the 'bar. On being informed tluit they were niot on speakliug terms with that ollicer, they were discharged... MONDAY, OlST AvUtUs. (Iloforo Dr. Lloyd, aind S. King, J.P.'s) .A Psrs or DtUSNKEN CAnRTRhiS.--,'ery e"r'ly iin thIb morning did. James Conway and "William Taylor commenco their po. StItions. Steadily did they imbibe nobbler after .nobbler--...

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