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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
L ' S LrI A- ALE+ W -L % reat uSacreiice o Drapery Good - NORTH MELBOURNE. , Ladies and Gentlemen, weask. you o'to :,isit us, wenyou will find our Prics' " .- Rig as Rain." . -- hf I -Rai ri We want in Bullion this Mont, and':ll offir EXTRAORDINARY & UNPARALLELEL BR GI FITZGERALD BROS., Errol-st Jorth: :elbourlne. Boot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North MIVelbourne. Try Leeming's Ladies 'Tan Lace --Shoes,--neat caps, 3/1&per-lpair marvellous, value. Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes, 4/1. Button Shoes 5/11. . Ladies' "' Reliable " Bals., neat toecap, 4/11. . Queen Button aind Bals., 5/11. Ladies' Glace Bals., 6/11. ;:: Button Glace . Bals., '. worked button holes, 7/i1. Gent.'s Tan Sedan Bals., 8/6., Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Y Welted Bals., 12/6 ; special value. Gent.'s Dress Bale., 4/11 & ~5/11. Ladies' White Shoes, Lace and Button, 3/11. REPAIRS: a :Speciality,: ab, Finished. Daily. Large Staff of; Skilled Rpairers kept on the Prefiases, 6 BOOTS :for OHILDREN?Lengthened -. -whe...
A GROWING PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
A. GROWING PRACTIOE. Or late numerous cases have ariseci in the lower courts, of solicitors practically taking, or endeavoring to do so, the conduct of the business out of the hands of the justices, and transacting it in any manner their owvn tastes and predilec tions may dictate. Arguments are used and points raised which jhese legal prac titioners know well enough are of the flimsiest description, and such as they would not dare to use before a judge or police magistrate, but which, taking ad vantage of their pleading before laymen, they enlist in the services of their eases. The class of attorneys we are alluding to have a very objectionable method at the outset of a case of anticipating its con clusions, and telling the justices what sentence they should pass, A case arose of this sort a few days ago in the City Court, where the prosecuting solicitor in a criminal case told the Bench that if they found the prisoner guilty they should give him a severe punishment. The justices si...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. : BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAS. Samuel Athes:.:. retires 9th Nov.1899' ... 0- ? .. C wsimmions..,:-..- ,. Jacob Marks ... retires lst Nov.,1896 James Dynon .. ,,: ,, 1897 Richard Bowen... ,, . " 1898 AssEssons. - Hery H. Bindonn,---John Lttley'. -- -RATE COLLECTORI . -2 R. Sparks.
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
VIOTORtAN FISH.?PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tire annuall .mreting of the l.above society was held at the Bull and Month Hotel, Bnourke-street, on Friday erening, 7th August; thle Presidcnt (Mr. 1I. Ferguson) in the chair. A largeoattend anco of members. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. '?' : The Annial':Reiort and Balance Sheet for the past seasm was read and adopted with one slight alteration, on the motion of ,Mr. Curlis, seconded by Mr. Oldhamn. The Balance-Sheet shows a credit of £20 0/10 for the year, which is highly satisfactory. Messrs. Biscset and McMastler (audi tors) spoke in high terms of the manner in which thle secretary kept the books, &c.. of the society. The Angling Committee's Report was read and adopted. The next business was tho Election of Oflicers, whichl reulted as follows: Presidonst--MrrA Ioon._ Vice_-P.?a dents--Messrs. R. Bisset, J..H. OGnrdi nor, T. Launder, nod J. McDonough. Angling Committee-1Mes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
ANGLING NOTES. ''HE ANGLERS' DEPOT - FoFIrSHING-'IACKLE~ GRLEENIEART IOAT RODS, 4 joints, 7/ Cach. , Rons and REELS RC)alrCd. Sandworms Fresh Daily. Salted Whitebnit . . .for Ray Fishing. J. SCOTT, CnOIsWELL BUILDINtB, 8?4 BOUnKE-ST., Melbourne. STRAND HOTEL, Corner Norlth Road and Straud, NEWPORT, Opposite Punt. Convenicnt to Bloat Sheds. Blest BIrandsul of \Vines and Spirits kept. * 'iano, &c. Good Accomodation for Anglers. Miss M. A: DOEnrrTY, PtOjiiee??e . Election Notices. TOWN or NORTH MELBOURNE Annual Municipal Election. EASTERN .WARD. To THE RATEPAYEBS. LADIES AND GENTLEMFUs, .1 beg to intimate that I intend again offer Ing my services to you at the forthcoming election, and trtist that if my past conduct as the representative of your Ward in the Council meets with your approval, you will signify the same by again selecting me to act in the same capacity. - I am, ladips and gentlemen, Yours faithfully, JAMES H. GARDINER. Levcson.st., 13tlh August. TOWN or NORTH IMELB...
THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
1N OVELTIST.. Ianager's Favorite: Tle Tragedyof nte arlelgbi hores. *- STORY OF THE STAGE. A~:~: · ~.·: ; ETI -DOM DED Oae.ni~igBnl.. CoarraveD. ,' Wo do not know, mother. There is -amething here, but whether living or dead we cannot tell,. It was washed against our buat, and I pulled it. in. It was all we could do and tee whole ship's crew must have perlshed. It was allover when ?fegot tliree ; and evenit it had not been, we could never liavehboarded ttiowreek." . ; lMrs. Atllerton had stooped over theshape. less bhndle in the bottom of the boat, and lifted it up to the gray light. SA. de?dly pallor spread over her solemn face. SIt is'a dead'.woman I' she said, slowly; "qaliedidead;" . - Itiyh be not;'mother," cried Harry. "Yeou oannot tell; .Thereis such a terrible chill in :hl water that she may have been overcome ":y it. Do not say that she is dead, mother. Do not tell us tihat all odi "erlihnas been lared for nothing'. ,N"?othing but ldeath ever hadsuch a cold -nel clammy feeli...
ST.MARY'S (C. OF E) LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
ST. hMARY'S (C. oF E) LITERARY SOCIETY. TE uosual fortnightly meeting of the above society wno held in tile schoolroom, Howard-st.,on Friiday, 7ti inst.,-at-8 p.m. Mr. W. B. Arnold occupied the chair. As the subject of debate for the evening was, "Ought women be allowed to exercise the franclhise," ladies were invited, and a felo were present. The Rev. F. H. Gibbs opened thle debate in the affirmative, Mr. W. Ward taking the negative. One lady andl the following gentlemen took part ill tile debate and supported the alffirnmative: Mr. Crosbie, the well-known secretary of the A.N.A., and Mr. Chick. Against were Meosrs, Moorehouse, G. Arnold, and Bedggood. The Rev. Canon Carlisle also pointed out some of its advantages and disad vantages. .Thle respondent and opener replied to thle arguments adduced against them, and a vote was taken which re sulted in a win for the affirmative side. The next meeting of the society will be held on Friday, 21st inst., thle subject being "A chat about au...
HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. ST. M ichael's Branch of the ainve Society held its usual fortnightly. meeting on Tuesdlay erg., the 1th August, in St. Mary's schoolroon, Victoria-slreet. The President, Bro. M. J. McTNamnara, occu pied the chair. Thero tns a fair atten dance of members. The minteo of the previous meeting were read anl con firmed. The secretary then read the cor respondence, which was of ns particular itnportance. Bros. D. McCarthy and D. O'Callaghan having moved and se conded that the sum of £20 be taken from the benevolent fund and appropri ated to paying thle initiation fees of any new applicants for membership wilthin a limited period, the matter was referred to the jtudicial columnitlee. ' Bros. 3[.' J. McNnamnara and D. Griffin, the district delegates, were directed to ascertain more explicit information in conneclion with the Archbishop's ,scholarships. Bra. T. O'Reilly reported having attended the anntal ball in connection with the Rich minod...
CAR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
C.au ACCIDEZST.-Od Monday mor ning, while a wiakggonette was proceeding along Courtney-street, one of the wheels came off, and a partial capsize was the result. However, no one was hurt, and the vehicle speedily resumed its journey after the mishap had been rectified. A MusicAL EvEslso.-On Friday evening lst,_hetween_80LanL 90_guests assembled at Mrs. Stubbhs' Athletic Club Hotel, corner of Leveson and Arden streets. The Brunswick Brass Band played some excellent dance music. Altogether a very pleasant evening was spent. Mr. J. Sayers, in a most appro priate speech, proposed the health of the hostess, which was drank with musical honors, after which the entire company settled down to enjoy themselves in right royal fashion, till the small hours of the morning. A "SEND Orr."-Themembersof the North Melbourne Excelsior C. C. and their friends met at J. O'Connor's Son ter Johnnie Hotel, Curzon-st., last Monday evening to wish don rvosage to two of their number, Mr. Richard Brodie and Mr...
C.Y.M.S.—NORTH MELBOURNE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
C.Y.M.S.-NORTH MIELBOURNE BRANCH. TaR above society held its ordinary weekly meeting in St. Mary's School room; Victorina-street, on Monday eve ning, the 10th inst. The chair was occupied by Bro. T. Cassidy. The sec retary, Bro. James Nangle, read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. There was a mnode rate attendance of members. Bro. Wil liam Cairns, the late President, tendered his resignation of office and drew his clearance, consequent on leaving the dis trict. Several of the members expressed regret at losing a member of such stirling worth as Bro. Cairns had proved himself to be ever since he joined tile society, and wished him the success and hIappiness thlrough life which his ability and very amiable disposition merited. Bro. T. Cassidy was elected president to complete Blro. Cairns's termnn. Rev. Father Doherty paid the branch a visit, and delivered a nice address to the members, impressing on them the very many advantages to be derived from the early c...
THURSDAY, Aug. 13. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
THmnSmiY, 'Aug. 8. i Before Dr'. Lloyd'(chairuiin) and 'Ma.srs.: Bindon, Barwise, Fogarty, Fuller, and Wylie, Js.P. AINTENANCE. r , ", Isabella Maud Rule v. 'Richard Rule. This was a proceeding by a wife against a husband for maintenance. There was no appearance of defendant. The complainant said her husband was a dentist, and earned £3 a week. An order had been made against the defendant in Sydney 12 months ago for 25s. a week. He had threatened to shoot her, and would not allow her togo for a doctor when the child was ill: He called her offensive names-in:fact the complainant's tale of misery 'uas "the" same that has been oft repeated by dif-__ ferent women in the local court, with the exception that in this case defendant said he would surpass the notorious Deeming in his bad treatment of her. He had deserted her since'their child wai" three years of age. They were married by the famous Mr. Kinsman. The Bench made an order for 20s?a~ week, and defendant was ordered to find one su...
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
NORTE MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, August 10. - Befoo 1 r. F. LToyciairm n and IMessrs. narwise, Fogarty, Green, and 'Vyiis--JS.PIJ VAGRANCIY. Margaret Matson, Johanna Garvin, Anie-Kgaye, DavidLeitch,-and William. Johnson were charged as above. . Constable McGlynn said that the pri soners M[atson and Garvin were the occupiers of a disorderly house inOxford street, and the others cwere charged with being frequenters of the house. - On Sunday mnorning all the prisoners were arres'cd in the house. WVltness had cautioned all the prisoners as to their conduct, and had seen the wonengoing in and out with men. He had theli house under supervision for a month. Comr plaints had been made about the disi orderly character of the house. Constable Hedger said he had watched the house for some time.- Eery night up till 3 a.ni. tliere was' nthing but fighting. Matson and Garvin were very disorderly prostitutes of the worst character in every way,- . The three women were sent to gaol for three m...
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
MONEY OnRD. OFFICE. OfficeM hours-10 a.m. to 3 p .ml Sa turdays 10 a.m. toinoon. Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5 .. ... ..I. Gd. Above £5, butnotexceed.£10 -£ s. ,, £10, ,, , £15 -Is. Gd. ,, £15, ,, ,, £20 - 2s. -'ra-yableT ineir Soith Wales, Southl Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealdndi e.d. Not excceding £2: ... : ...' ' 6 . 7 :... 1... 6 1 ? 10 0... ,, "12 ... ... 2 6 :,, 15 .... ? ... 8 0 S 17 ..... 3 6 " 20 .... ....4 0 Paf able in Great Britain asd Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Goodl Hope, Ceyloin, COliiia, India,: Japan, Macao, Mauiritins, United States, &c.: es. .b, Not exceeding £2 ... ... 1 0 Abdove' £2, but not exceed. £5 , - ,2 6 , £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 8 ,, £7, but not exceed. £10- 5 0
A MUSICAL CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
A MUSICAL CONTROVERSY. Snome time ago the Melbourne Lieder tafel f deling, in common with other oranizations, the straitening of finances owing to the continued dulness of the times, abandoned the practice of paying artists to sing at their concerts, and in vited musical students to submit them selves to a selection committee, when, if their performances were approved of, they were chosen to appear at the so ciety's concerts. Naturally this was largely availed of, as it was an advertise ment for the players, preceptors, and also an encouragement and compliment to the pupil. One of Herr G. S. De Chanmiet's best pupils, and one who gained a most favorable notice from the metropolitan press, on the occasion of his playing of Raff's "La Fileuse," and Liszt's "P hapsodie, No. 2," at his teacher's annual concert, replied to the notification inserted in the papers by the Liedertafel, and sent in his name. He played the above-named compositions be fore the committee (a committee of ama teur...
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
PRESE NTATIO. Os Tuesday evening a presentation was made at Mr. J.. Bergin's Town Hall Hotel, Errol-slreet, to Mr. G. A. S. Griffin, hen. secretary to the Friendship Gold Mining Company, by the Mel bourne shareholders. In the unavoid able absence of Mfr. Benazlev, M.L.A., of Collingwood, Cr. ,J. J. Denton, of Fitz roy, presided, Mr. Wright occupying the vice-clhalir. Host Bergin had a very nice light repast spread to which a number of gentlemen sat down. The chairman, after the toast of "The Queen," and a ong, mentioned the busi ness of the ervening. He alluded in high terms to the manner in which MIr. Griffin had carried out his work, and said that the Melbourne shareholders who were making the presentation had every reason to be satisfied with tlhe manner in which Mr. Griffin hid con sulted their interests. He (the chair man) had been deputed to perfornu a pleasing dutyl-namely, to present him with a gold albert and locket. He wasa sure thlat all respected Mr. Griflin, and hlie ha...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
PosTAL OT.Es. Ptl No- from i.ls. to 20s., may be obtained at allU Post Offices, -but are only payable at any Money Order Office in the Colony; from 10 a.ni. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage irider ls. 6d ..... . .d ,, . ,, 4s. Gd, ... ... id. 75. Gd . d. ,, ,, 7s. Od. ... ... Sd. , --,-200. Od.. ... . ? Victorian Poste.! Notesare payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and rice verseu(on. paymenit lhe payee must affix stamps equal to poundage). Stauips of New South W:iles,,South Australia, Great Britain, Franrce, Ger many, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General Post Office, Melbourne, ifi'quaniticies not exceeding 5s. at one time. , . comnissionfill be charged "of ld. on every 5d." wrth of English and Foreigastamps purchased, and Id. on every 6d. worth. of Interco lonial. stainps..
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 August 1896
* TELEoR&aF1 MoNE ODnERS. . . d. Victoria ... Under £5 ... 1 0 South Australia ,, ... 3 0 Queensland : ..*. 0. . ... .0 Tasmania . , . 83 0 New South Wales , ... 2 0 Perth, W.A ....... ... :.,4 0 Victoria ... Under ?10 1.. 1 South Australia ,, .. 0 Queensland ... ,, ... 5 0 Tlasmania ... , ... 4 0 New~ .SoUt Wales ,,0 ; ..."3 o Perth, W.A..... 5 0