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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874
AGENTs FOR:TH I. '!ADVERTISER" otha. Yn: Yr. IV `Lyons; 27 Qneensberry,:it. Carlton: Yr. JOalander 6 Elizabeth itheet, Mr. Gregory, Lygon street. -,, lijnnniiiok e'Mr: Eckir'reaSydney road. Coburg : Mr. T with n;=Syaney road. '.iellingwood: Mris tcaIruliu. 194 Gertrude street: -East? Coilingwood: Mr. W, T. IApper,130 Wellingtoa street`. yi"tzly Mre./Woodrufl! Brunswick street.'. Neidelber and Aiphingtbn ": Mr. O'Keefe. Government Advertisements. GENERAL; LECTORAL LISTS, TT is hereby notitied for gencral informa Stion that by ".The Electoral Aot 1865" the dayi1 fixed for the completion .of nthe General Lists is the let September in eache year. ...:.. - • • >Allpersonstaking out Electors' Bights on or before'the:ls st September next will there', fore be entitled.to have their names placed upon the genieralilists for 1874. : -" - No personwhose name is on a roll of rate. paying electors for any, province or district is entitled to an electors' right (vide seec.' 61' Act 270 and eec....
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874
Cricket. A match was played on the 29th of August between the Brunswick United v. North Star. which resulted in a draw in favor of tho former. Appgnded are the scoros,:- . .t IIIItUNSWICK UITED--IST INNINGS. B sowlak, is Pakman ... 1 'Boer, l-Paakmn .. ...12 Johnston, b Smith 0 Shea, b Hamilton . ... ... 5 Gorham, a Smith, b Pankman... ... 0 Canlon, at Clanoy, b Smith ... .. : Campaign, a Olasoen b Packman - .. " Ovorend, o lIarrower, b ilamiltm 'n .. 1 Brown, o Andrewo, b Paokmau ...' :.. White, b Paokman 0 Stoane, not out .. .. Sundries ... ... . .... ... 15 Total ... ... ... ... 30 NOOiTtI STAR--SiT INNINUSt Clauoy, at. Iealvilck, b Ovorond ... 1 Smith, at. Boswik, b Coulon ... 0 Dalzlel, a Stoenn, Shen... ... IKelly, a ticnwilc, sb trlearham 0 IIamilton; o Ov?,roud, b B?aewlok ... 2 IIrrower, b Ilrown ... .. Andrews, i Gatham ...... Wilanott, st. lBoswiok, h Gorham . 0 Collins, a Brown, b Shoa.;. ... .. 0 Casnell, b Bolwici ...... .. P1aclkma. not out .. .. ... Sundries . 11 Tot...
COBURG BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874
COBURG BOARLD OF ADVICE. A special meeting of this .board wasi held on Thursday night for the purpose of examining a memorial which had been sent to the Minister of Education with a view of retaining Mr. Stranger in the; district, and to assist the Minister in 'coming to some decision as to the genuine ness of the signatures attached.. The Minister of Education at the same time informed the board that he had withdrawn his former decision of removing MLr. Stranger. The board directed the corres pondent to inform the minister that they; considered it undesirable that any person who had been in the district as head teacher should be appointed to that positionin the neow school, and requested the appointment of some qualified person unacquainted with the district. On the memorial being closely examined it was found to have 207 signatures at tached to it ; out of this. number it was found there were 102 ratepayers, 93 women and about a dozen youths, who signed the documeit, but the whole...
IMPROVEMENT OF THE FLEMINGTON ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874
i: INGTON ROAD.' During the past few years .North. Mol bourne has been making rapid strides. in the march of progress. Any person now visiting the northern part of the city the vicinity ofthe New Markets-w-ill not fail.to be-struck with its greatly altered 'sSpebt-frotil ihliat it presensted some half dozen years ago. Costly and extensive markets have been erected, banks estab lished, and manufactories of every des 'ription have taken up their abode in this particular part of the city. Considering thiis gretly altered state of the district, we think there has been great omissions and neglect on the part of the city authorities with respect to the making and improving of the roads in this part of the city. Some of these roads are in a disgraceful condition, being nothing but high embanukments and yawning gullies, particularly thle Flemington and the Park 'oads, baid tlid: wcstei'n:'ond of1 Grattan street, at its junction with the Flemitig ton road. Labor is all that would be re quire...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874
Educational. SIRUNSWVICr, GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRUNSW\ICK? ROAD WEST. Principal : MR. GEORGE RICKETTS, This Sohool, in addition to giving a sound English Education to the pupils,- prepares hem carefuily for the Civil Service and Matriculation Examination. Terms :--Oae to three guineas porquarter. The Prinoipal having removed to Mrs. Hfayward's late residence, Brunswick road West, intends holding EVENING CLASSES. Moderate Fee. Full particulars may be had by apply!ng t to the Principal. 'rOTHAM SCHOOL OF ART, H L iid at ST. MIARY'S SCHROLROOM, CHETWYND STREET. The following Classes meet every TIIU.RSDAY EVENING, At E:ght p.m. Practical Geonetre--Teacher, J. INGA MELS. Mechanical Drawing-J. BUNCLE and It. BODTCOM B. Architectural Drawmng-T. CAINE. Ornamental and Figure Drawlng-D. R. DRAPE. Landsoape and Elementary Drawing -J.L lI KENNEDY and G. WVALKER. Term.:-TWOSIIILLINGS Per QUARTER Physicians. JOHN F. GRACE: M.D.; M.R.C.S.E., :&c. Formerly Physician to the Geelong Infirmary and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 September 1874
- w". w= e a-.,i. a' I,, rEW, GOODDK NEW PATIE 8, S NEWI FASHIONS. : i ..INSPOETION INVITED at -,W.- B. Dixon's , .t"i DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT,I , :Oori eiof Lygoi 'and?Elgin streets, Carlton, .bXaai.-.DIXON ha much pleasure in in 'foining his- numerous oustomors and the Ladles generally: that:'in- consequenco 'of tinpreaslog business he has greatly enlarged his premises, and is now sehowing a. thoroughly well assorted stook of ,:INEW 'S;UM M, ER HI` A P RtY," o'na1tig of a'large assortment of 'NEW PRINTS, FANCY'CAMBRICS,I DRESS M&ATERIALS, JAPANESE SILKS, &o.. &o. THE LATEST FASHION IN, MILLINERY .1:-omAll these goods have been c:refully ss looted, and will be: offered at, most reason _ able prices. _ . TO 'THE' GENTLEMEN. W. B, DIXON has much pleasure in in forminglthe -,Gentlemen!' that -e has now addld to his business a TAILORING DE • "'PARTMdNT,aiid' has 'engaged iv first.clas ---. cuotter, and is prepared to execute orders at •the ahortest nottoe. ,Tweed ...
PROPER RULING AND ITS GOOD RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
PROPER RULING AND ITS GOOD RESULT. Sir-The business of the IIotham Council on Monday last was conducted with order and speed, and was all over by half.past eight. The Mayor on this oc casion did not rule according to his feel ings, but according to law, the result being a thorough absence of acrimonious debate, and a' marked disposition on all sides to go through the business with speed. , To this extent my recently ex pressed,wish has been accomplished. I 'could wish that in future order and speed will be the rule and not the exception. We are not, however, at all indebted to Councillor 'White .for- the =-expeditious manner in which the work of the Council was done on Monday. IHe tried hard to raise another idle 'discussion, (which was rightly ruled out of order) on the motion that.the minutes then read be confirmed. He was of course very sore at hearing the reading'of minutes' which' recorded that at the previous meeting the Council had resolved that the'. word .",expunged" by ord...
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
Letters to the Editor. T?he Editor does not identify himself with the opinion of oorrespondents, nor undertake to r,eturn or lhld himself responsible forthe safety of any communication. C'orrespo ndence anad paragrapbh? of local interest kindly furi.sr hed by reader., should be written on on one side of the paper only, and be forwarded as earll, in the week as possible ; addressed to the " Editor." 1 1All letters must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer-not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. ?aCorrespondents would oblige us, and save themselves disappointment and annoyance, by sending isn their contributions before T'hursdag.
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, SrEPrEnDMR 7TH. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair,) and Councillors Laurens, Thomas, White, Carroll and Clarke. TIHE MI'NUTES. Previous to the confirmation of the minutes,: Councillor White called the attention of the Mayor to the extraordi nary.proceeding of expunging his amend ment from the minutes of the Council. Councillor Laurens rose to a point of order. He objected to Councillor WVhite entering into any explanation. Councillor WVhite-WollU now, what is your point of order. Councillor. Laurens-My point of order is contained in the second clause of the standing order. . It is strictly laid down that no Councillor can discuss any sub. -jects contained in the minutes. They are simply.to be confirmed if they are a true record of facts. Councillor White -Well, Sir, I' can speak to a point of order. Surely, aMr. Mayor, .Councillor Laurens will allow me to stiate Councillor Laurens - Any one can speak to a point of order, but not to...
Cricket. MEETINGS OF THE CRICKET CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
Cricket: MEETINGS OF THE CRICKET S CLUBS. A mdoting'of the' Ilotham.Imporial C0.. was held on Wednesday .evening last. The following oflfice bearers were elected for tho ensuing season, viz. President, D. Wilson, Esq.; Captain, Mr., Towers; vice capt., ; Mr:! Coulsell; Hou. See., Mr. A. Griffin; (reasurer, Mr. Coulsoll. Committee of DManiagoment: Messrs. Lording, Fullerton, ltobertson, itichmond and Hunt. D. Wilson,; Esq., president, will give a bat to the best average bowler, and the club will give a bat to the best average batsmani Messrs. Griffin and Lording will give a ball each to the second best average bat and bowler respectively. " .The members of the Park Side C.C. held their annual mooeeting on Tuesday evening last, at Mr. Wilson's house, kindly lent for the purpose, and elected office bearers for the ensuing season, viz. -Captain, WV. Wilson; " vice capt., J. Carlisle ; Secretary, W. Guest; Trea surer, G. Dellit; -Committeo:--?Messrs. D.' Biclkford, C. I)ellit, W. Guest, ...
EXCELSIOR V. SOUTHERN STAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
1EXCELSIOR V. .SOUTITERN STAfR. This match was played on Saturdny, and resulted in an easy viotory for the former, who kicked two goals to Southern Star's nil. Those who played well for tho Excelsior, wore Messrs. Conway, Shaw, d[eagin, Cameron. JLacey, Denton; for the Southe rn Star, Messrs. Itnmiltou, Walsh, Doun el, and Donovan.
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH, 1874. NEW POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICES IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 11Ti,,1874. JIEW P. POST AIND. TELEGIRAPH OFFICES IN HOTIIAM. We hope the members for North Melbourne will earnestly bestir them selves in pressing upon the attention of the Government the urgent necessity which exists'for increased accommodation in the Post Office and Court of Petty Sessions. -'It is also absolutely necessary that such a dense population as resides in North, Melbourne should be provided' with telegraph accommodation, and the district placed on a similar footing to other localities. This is a question which materially affects every resident in the electorate, and llessrs. Curtain and Munro will only be consulting the inter ests of their constituents by using their influence in favor of the buildings being erected.: ".There can be no difference of opinion between our representatives on this.subject, and by their cordially unit ing, supported as they will be by public opinion, there is every reason to believe that the Governmen...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
Football Notes. BY UMPIRE. The weather last Saturday was, with the exception of a pretty stiff breeze, 'all that could be desired fotbr football. The inhabitants of North Melbourne i.e.,Carl ton and liotham, availing themselves of the pleasant day, thronged in crowds to the Park to witness the contest between the premier club of the colony, (as evi denced by their not having' sustained a defeat for two seasons) Carlton, and the club which recently defeated Albert Park, and which, although only in the first blush of its seniority, has speedily, and to my mind as a permanence, won its righ to be classed amongst ithe best seasen,,the result being a draw,' and on this occasion, although the supporters of North Melbourne were not sanguine bf succesi (1 mean, of defeating Carlton) thley anticipated pushing Carlton so close ly that the result would be another draw. At 3 o'clock the ground was cleared, and the opposing teams took up their positi tions, Donovan kicking off against the wind f...
HOTHAM COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
. HOTHAM COUNCIL. " The wildest flights of imagination could scarcely realise the `fact that the Hotham Council would get through all the business, and separate at half-past eigliht o'cloclA; . Yet 'thit actually oc curred on M~oudayj evening. There were no scenes, and the business was cohduicted'irn a: quick, niethodical man enir: A After' the Mayor had left the chair, many of the councillors appeared to be doubtful whether, they ought to leave the, Council Chamber, so soon; until sternly admonished by that dread funtionary, the Inspector of Nuisances. Mr..Kingston- was in attendance to fbck'the'doors, "ana he quickly expelled the astonished coiicillors.
CARLTON NIGHT SCHOOL. No. 112. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
CAHLTON NIGHT SCHOOL. No. 112. i'"Au official visit was made last week by Messrs. Walls ahd'id Gordon'(mesh bers'of the Board of Advice) to Mr. Nell's State Night School, Carlton. After inspection, they expressed them selves highly gratified with 'tlie 'esult. -There are about 60 children -attending the night school regularly, but there .is accommodation for about 100 more scholars. . All parents who cannot make it convenient to send their children in the daytime' should take advantage of this opportunity. - The curriculum is the same ,as'litatused in th'is'day'scoobl, iand 'the proficieucy attained' by "'the scholars compares most favorably, witli that of the' day pupils: An earnest de sire for the mental improvement of their children should actuate all pareniis ;' and'tho'nmeans" provided ,by,'thed State :toyaids 'this bbiect being ample,':it i to be hoped,dianimprovement : will. be ' ob. servable in the'nightly attendance.' In struction'is imparted on. Monday, Wed nesdady, 'and T...
REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
REAL ESTATE. Messrs. Kirkus and Leonard, Estate Agents, Errol street, Hotham," report an unlimited demand for every : description of house property. We have numerous clients now open to purchase brick or wood houses in any of the suburbs. A strong demand is also setting in for hotels and business premises. At the present time we could place several hotels to good tenants most advantageously. For build ing land in good position we have a good demand at fair prices. eVo sold this week a block of land,Errol street, 27fth by 50ft,, at £13 per foot, and have several other sales now pending.
CARLTON BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
CARLTON BOARD OF. ADVICE. SThe members of this Board have determined to provide an entertainment for the children at the Christmas holi days, and have arranged to collect among their friends a sufficient sum of omoney to purchase prizes for the State schools under their charge. Had it ýnoti been foi the wise forethought evinced by these gentlemen,' the children would have" been deprived, of one. of the greatest inducements to strive in the racd for excellence. ' We heartily commend them' for their effort, and trust their example will be followed by other Boards.
HORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
IORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. WVo are requested to draw attention to an adrertisemoent in another column that the IIorticultural Improvement SociLty holds their anniversary ball of the opening of the IIorticultural fall, Victoria and ltussell stroeets,opposito the Trades' hell, on the 17th September. The catering is in the hands of A?r. R?. W. Miller, of Collins street, and the decorations, which will be of some magnitude, will boe at. attended to by the Floral Committoo o the Society,