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THURSDAY, Aug. 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
THUnRsnAY, Aug. 6. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman)??nd Messrs. Bindon, Barwise, Gi6en, Wylie, and Blackburn, Js.P. MAINTENANCE. HIenry Hogan was charged with not maintaining his children. Lately his wife had got a divorce, and was granted the custody of the two children, but he had not done anything towards support ing them, hlthough ordered to do so by the court:- The complainant obtained-a divorce on the ground of desertion for a )eriod-over-three years.- -Dcfendant-was a bootmaker, and earned £2 a week. She asked 7.6 a week for each of the children-a boy and a girl. Hogan said that hlie was willing to support his children, but he had been unable to find out where they were. As regarded a charge of habitually drinking to excess, he denied it. The Bench made an order for 4/- a week for each of the children, with 26/ costs,? i ' ?
SPEEDWELL CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
i SrtnEDWnlmeve-Cti o? eaboe.-Teb fortnightly meeting of the above club was held at the Empire Hotel, Errol street, North Melbourne, on Tuesday evening, August 4th, the President, Mr. J. H. Gardiner, in the chair. , After transacting the general, business of the club, five new members were elected, and six proposed. It was decided to hold the next road-race on the second Satur day in September; entries will close on the secondTuesday in that month. The committee have spared no efforts in can vassing for prizes, and have' secured several more, amongst thliem being some of good value, including £2 2s. from the president; The team to represent the club at the Inter-Club 560 mile.Chamn= pion Race was elected as follows: Messrs. Rice, Byrne, Jhnson, and Moorehouse. - On the motion of Messrs. T. L. Coleman and D. McCarthy, a pro test was forwarded to the L.V.W., against the race being run over the same course as the 25 mile' Chlampion Race. Club runs were fixed as follows:-Satur day, 8th ...
THE NOVELIST THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER II.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
;31 ..rr ·;I· '' iO ;I.S "i:'i'I1 .: 1 1 Ii "' ~iil ~"' i.F. · ;~ ·,I: -L;I ·:. i !· 1 anlager' :FaYorite. The Tr4 edly ofCariCel'4oh Shores A dsTOltY OI TIIESTAGi.,? ,. CIPPfgER II.-(coxTvitDo. .l :BSho smiled as she answered: ." The ' old oatl' would doubtless be mooneh obliged 'to yon for your flattering 'eppella tion." "Nevertheless, they deserve it. But thrre Is little that I can tell you about mysellf ; it prrtains more particularly to my family. To a certain cxteat, we have been unfortu. nate. There is an absurd old legend in the family that we are all to meet violent deaths. In expiation of a dark and deadly sin com. mitted by eeome remote ancestor, we are to die otherwise than in our beds, as honest people are expected to do. Whence or in' what way the legend originated I cannot say, but the old servants have lull faith in it, and though the prophecy has never troubled me in the slightest, I am bound to tell you that so far it has come singularly true. My oldest lister, Isa...
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 August 1896
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. TIe usual weekly meeting of the above _c ta. wac held at _thlull ank.Moutht Hotel, Bourke-st reet, on Friday evening, gist July; 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 (one of the committee appointed re alteration of rules), read the alterations and additions, which will be discussed at the annual meeting (7th August). Mr. A. French brought forward some curiosities in the shape of caterpillars. It appears these insects fall from the gum trees in Gippsland, and in every instan . sua !--shrub-springs-from- them, which grows to about six or eight itelies in height. It is accounted for by the caterpillar having a seed in its mouth when it fell from thei tree. --The shrub diese away after it has drawn all the sustenance from the caterpillar. The caterpillars shown were like pieces of wood. 'The discussion then t...
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
6OTIi MELBCOURNE-TWWH EOU~tie •Mayor, Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P. Eastemrn Ward--Mr. J. Gardiner Mr. WV. H. Fuller, J.P'; Mr J. BIarwise, J.P.· i Middle Ward-Mr T. Fogarty, J.P.; Mr. G. Carter; Mr. 1). Wadick. ' Western Ward--Mr. P. Costello; Mir. J. C: Steel, J.P:;?ir. J. G. Petrie. Town Clerk, Mr. H. J. Randail Rate Collector, Mr. J. iKenanc.! Surveyor, Mr. E.. McIvrer. Healtlh Oflicer, Dr. Whitaker. Inspector, Mr. E. Magnus.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
Have RilETUIINED to the OLD CORNER Lately . Occupied by ElMAN & SONS. New and Secondlland Furnqiture -..GO-.rlET gd SOLD-3. Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers And Bedding Manufacturers,. 325 -VICTORIA ST,, WEST MELBOURNE, Consult EKMAI & C0. if you Want to Buy or Sell. JOHN DALEY, Furnishing Undertaker & Embalmer, Corner Latrobe and Spring Sts., Melbourne. PUBIILIC NOTICE.-A ronmour having been put into circulation by interested parties that the old established Undertaking Business of John Daley, of Latrobe and Spring sts., hsclhanged hands, it is lhereby notified that the business is still carried on by the under signed, as representative of the family of the ainte John Daley. Latrobe and Spring streets. Melbourne. (Signed), TIIOMAS DALEY. Funerals conducted to any extent in Town or Country. TEZEPHON??E 827. - STZA~BLS tIE "D 1887. EXCELLENCE + * 9 S. IN a- 9 a PRINTING. *:'ALL :WOR)( + FIRST-CLASS,' At Lowest Prices, : AT KIN & T OlUSO N, 168 & 170...
GARDENING. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
GARDENING. SAUGUST. -dITCmtrE OAD e-e.-Thii- montthi ili close thiseason for planiting fruit trees. &c. August is the chief month for sowing seeds of various kinds--such as cabbage, cauliflower, carrot, leek, lettuce, onions;- parsley, parsnip, peas,; radish, spiinach. If frames are obtainable, omake up hlet-leds for'eisrly cucumbers, melons, vegetable marrows, &c. Tomatoes may be sown'in pots inua frame for planting out in October. Plant main crop of polatoes. Plant out cahbbages, cauli flowers, leekls, onions. PFLOWER GRD:. nN.- Rannring and digging of the flowerigardisi slhould be attended to at once. R-e-pot plants commencing growth' and wanting pot room. .Seedling nemophilas, larkspurs, clarkias, ?d.,}may b transplanted if-too thick. ' SEPTEMBER. FLOWER GAnaae.--The floriculturist has' generally nuinerous insect pests to annoy him in this month. Gishurst's compound will be found the best remedy. Plant out geraniums, heliotropes. pansies, salvians, &c. So...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
THE ELECTIONs.-Monday next the 17th-is nomination day in connec tion with theN orth Melboarne municipal elections, and by 4 p.m. on that day it will be known who is really in the field in tlle shape of new candidates. Re garding rumor, it is surmised that there is pretty certain to.be opposition in the Eastern and Western Wards, but it is probable that the Mayor will enjoy a walk-over for the Middle Ward. The three retiring Councillors-Messrs. Fogarty, Gardiler, and Petrie-else where notify their intention to re-offer their services. For the office of auditor, Mr. T. Crosbie again offers his services, as announced in our advertising columns elsewhere. On the whole, election gossip is almost absent, but next week any work that has to be carried out in connection with the contest will be entered on in earnest. A DAsoEnocUs SroT.-The fence on the south side of Barwise-st., between the Coburg railway and the laundry, is practically useless as a protection to pe destrians, owing to the f...
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
JOLLY & DRY'S. ANsi MOUNT '' .:FORD'S TROPHIES. THE weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at .Waughl's Port Ihind H~btel,' Russell-street, on Tuesday 11th inst., at 8 p'.u.,all delegates being present. Mr. W. E. Clarke in tlhe chair. The minutes of tile previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following are last Saturday's matches:-- . . The . following are the nuslber of matches played by each club and points scoredup to Saturday last: British Star 15, 5) Hillside 14, 80 Parkville 14, 50 Waverley 15, 30 West Ports 15, 50 IPhloenix 15, 24 PrahranJrs. 15, 42 St.Brigids15, 20 Paris Unitedl5, 34 . Draw and umpires for to-morrow: Paris 'United 'v. Biitish Str--Smith. Phamnix v. Waverley--Hogan. Prah ran Juniors v.West Ports-31cWhinney. Park-ille v. St. Brigids-Tipton. Pbhaomix v. VWest Ports.-This match was played at Royal Park, and resuhled in a win for the latter by 8 goals (Sufl folk 3, Devereaux 2, Muir, Bull, Hilde brand) 14 behinds to' 2 goals (Crapp, E...
MR. GRIFFITHS AND HIS FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
MR. GRIFFITHS AND HIS FRIENDS. ON Thursday last, a very pleasant social evening was tendered to Mr. IM. W. Grifliths, of Errol-st., by his friends at the IMasonic Hall, Erznol-placo, and there were about fifty ladies and gentle men present. The management of the affair was entrusted to a committee con sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Blakston, and the excel lence of their arrangements was fully manifestcd by the hearty manner which those present enjoyed themselves. lIr. E. Robb, presided at the piano, and there was an abundance of light refresh ments provided, The party came as a total surprise to Mr. Grifltiths, and it was only by a ruse of MIr. Blakston's that he could be prevailed upon to go round to the ball. Once in, however, and all went smooth. Mr. Blakston proposed tile health of their guest in happy terms, and Mr. Griffiths, in re sponding, said that the whole affair was a surprise pure and simple, tile surprise being pure and he being simple. The amtusement...
ALBION UNITED v. PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
ALBION UNITED v. PRESTON. TIIESE clubs met last Saturday at Preston Park, and the game resulted in a win for the Albion by 5 goals (Power, Kelly, Ryan, Sloan,-and-Sigmeont-) beinds to 1 behind. For the winners -J. Dick, centre, played a fine game as also did Armstrong, Power, Stranger, Sigmout, Dunn, Howell, and Platt. Albion United v. Fitzroy Juniors to morrow, at Royal Park. Umpire, W. Hayes. _
WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
WEDDING BELLS.. THE marriage of Miss Jennie, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hirst, of '" Cameron House," Walsh street, West Melbourne, with Mr. James A., Howlett, of Parkville, second son of fMr. F. Howlett, -of Gipplan:id,- late superintendent of Melbourne Benevolent Asylum, was solemnised at the Union Memorial Church, North Melbourne- on Tue?(ayafternoodni,lthfiist. The Rev. Arthur Wade performed the service. Thle bride was given away by Mr. C. E. Hirst, and looked very handsome in her bridfil igowniiif ivory silk, thidco6itt'faiin being trimmed with rchlings of chiffon and orange blossoms. The front of the bodice was elaborately trimmed with Limerick-lace,-lilies-of-the _valley-and orange blossoms.: The sleeves were of chiffon, a..little of the same. material giving a finish at the throat, and the pretty tulle veil wasquaiktly embroidered at the corners, fastened on the bride's dark hair with a dainty spray of orange blossom. . She carried :a'Countess of Hopetoun show...
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
SRUNNING SHOT?S. More mud. Not in the Reserve. In the daily papers. 'Twill brush ofE when dry. Esseudon are undoubtedly a great big team. Which the " Midgets "!' founl to their cost. "Tracker" played his best game thlis ;eason . . . . . . . Bobby Grierson, next to the veteran, the best man on the grounll; Though both Graham and Currie ;rut him very close for the position. Oh, my I What pirice Larkin; ain't he a dasher. " Officer made some grand rushes-all on his "own." Whilst George Stockey did ri real gem of Next Saturday will decide the Premiership -Essendon or South", : Collingw-ood should have no'slow with Melbourne on the M.C.C. ground. Dixon likely to prove an naqulsition to North's team. Likewise Colly, iv~. is built the right way. What's the Permit Committec'slittle gamer Last week, Shaw; this week, MIolyneaux. This is rather suddlen, on the top of Roberts, McCoy,-and Co. "Skid" Larkin very clever with the ball -give him a couple of quarters "loose," Bill. Ab. McDougall once...
INTERRUPTING THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
INTERnteUTING THE CoUnT.-Cester day, at tile North Melbourne Court, Dr. Lloyd complained of a hammering in the adjoining prenises occupied by the Postal Department. Hlie said tlhat this knocking went on nearly every court lay, and he wothL, on behamlf of tihe bench, ask the Sergeant to intimate to the local postmaster that if this noise was persisted in, representations would have to be made by the justices to the Post Office Departmuent in the matter. It was a perfect nuisance, and greatly disturbed thie court. SALE BY Avcros.-Sydney C. Arnold & Co., on Saturday, August 15th, at 3 o'clock, on thle premises, 191 Adderley-street, West Melbourne, Brick Balconied House. Also. at same place, An Allotment of Land at Tewport.
FOOTBALL NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
FOOTBALL NOTES. -4--- Secretaries ;indll se,nd in their Results not later than Tuesday Erenings, .to secure insertion. Please plce same in Editor's By S.sasvoins. :NORTII MELBOURNE v. ESSENDON. Saturiday last was an ideal day for foot hall, ant, consequently, a large crowd asscembled on the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve to witness the above unatch played. Both sides were strongly repiesented, and thle result of 'the match shliould give a fair.idea as to wlhat'team ii tie competition is likely to wear the preliiership caps for season 1896. North ntmmmenced well, but over-anxiety on the part of their forwardsh spoilt a very easy chance of scoring. Essendon thln made play, and skilfully worked the ball down to the other end, whnere several possible clhancees of scoring 'were not availed - of, Hastings eventually kicking thleir first goaL. ThineIon teatni noir wokqe up a bit, and soaneto'dashing playr along thle gas omiter wing resulted in Kinman getting a mark at a somewhat diffic...
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
NORTH MELlOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. -4e---I MONDAY, AuousT 10. Present.-Th-'e Mayor,.(Cr. Fogarty), 'a,,dCrs. Wadikc, BareIe ,Gardiner, Petrie, Fuller, Steel, and Carter. CORRESPONDENCE. -From-G. -HamileoosecretP ryoLef-the Tramway Trust,? stating that the ex penditure of that body for the month was £935 19s. 8d.-Received. . Srom tlheoictorian Cabmen's.Union, saying that in some portions of the streets tlhe tram rails were above the levels if the permanent way blocks, and therefore dangerous t-tovehicullsrtraffic -R1ece-ed'; iiiid refered fo the overseer. From Mr. T. Crosbie, on behalf of the A.N.A:, and Cambridge Assembly, saying that the Assembly would not re quire the Town Hall for thie remaining nights. They had lost £5 during the nights they had cairried out the assembly, bhut would thank the Council for the way they had acted in connection with the dances.-Received. ' From W. Taylor, .aying that he was &lt;bstructed by a committee formed for the relief of a poor widow named ...
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
REPORTS, Tile mullet and bream at WVilliams town are still affordinggood sport. 5th --MIr. J. Smith, 8 doz. mullet; Mr. S. Wilson, 2 doz.; Mr. W. MeTaggart, 2 do6z.; Mr. W. Rider, 3 bream, plb. each. 7th-Messas. L. Parsons and J. Ger ring, 15 doz. mullet; Mr. S. Wilson, 12 doz.; Mr. J. Smith, 8 doz.; Mr. W. Rider, 18 bream (9, l1lb. each). 8th -Messrs. L. Parsons and J. Gerring, 18 do amullet.- tha- r1.-f .-Gerring, S doz. mullet and 6 bream; Mr. W. Miller, 2 doz. mullet; Mr. H. Pullen, 3 doz.; Mr. G. Simpson, 4 doz.; Mr. J. Lettey, 4 doz.; Messrs. C. Twite, E. Connard, Dent, and Cunningham, each 1 doz. 10th-Mr. L. Parsons, 9 doz.; Mr. J. McKenzie, 5 doz.; Mr. S. Wilson, 8 doz.; Mr. W. McTaggart, 1 dos.; Mr.W. Rider, 10 bream. 11th -Mr. J. Gerring, 9 doz. mullet; Mr. L. Parsons, 12 dos.; Mr. W. McTag gart, 5 doz.; Mr.- J.-McKenzie, -doz.; Mr. S. Wilson, 6 doz.; Mr. J. Wilson, 9 doz.; Mr. Carew, 8 doz.; Mr. J. Laurence, 2 doz.; Mr. J. Dandy, 4 doz. Near the Lightship.-Cth-Mr. T. Walk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
Public Notices. RU. CRIFEITHS, Boot & Shoe Warehouse;, 17 ERROL ST., NORTH MELB. Lilre Stock. Reliable Goods. NET DOOR TO R. L. YOUNG, DRhAPER). Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots Made to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. REPAIRS. Worlkmann on the Premises.: BRANCH: MELBOURNE ROAD, NEWPORT. _ For WEDDING RINGS. KEEPERS. DIAMONSD RINGS, ENGAGE 31ENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of all kinds, SPECTACLES, and ELECTROPIATED WARE, ! ?/ . '. 'OBI f.ITOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE, -RWatches, Clocks, and Jewellery Repaired. Al\Work Guaranteed. r iue Cards of Rinr-and P-ice-ssent on lpplication. FRED, J, BREARLEY, Architect, "Yernon," 104 l(iller-st,, West Melb, Member of Archtl. Assoetn. Certificated from Science & Art Dept., London, England, and The Working Men's College, Melbourne. Medallist, &c, ke. Building leferce, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistnnt Instructor Theoretical and Practical Carpentry...