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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
ANGLING NOTES. THE ANGLERS' DEPOT For FISHING TACKLE. GIREENHEART BOAT RODS, 4 joints, 7/6 each. RODS and REELS Repaired. Sandworms Fresh Daily. Salted Whitebait for Bay Fishing. J. SCOTT, CnouWELL BUILDINGS, 364 BOURKE-ST., Melbourne. STRAND HOTEL, Corner North Road and Strand,. NEWPORT, Opposite Punt. Convenient to Boat Shaos. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. Piano, &c. Good Accomodation for Anglers. Miss M. A. B.DOenTr, Proprieeas. Election Notices. TOWN of NORTH MELBOURNE Annual Municilal Election. - -ASTERN WARD -: To THE RATEPAYERnS-L?diesandGcntle. men,-1 beg to thank you for the compliment you have accorded me in "the shape of a "walk- over," and can assure-you that -shall endeavor to merit this continuance of your confidence. '-: - I am, Ladies and Gentlemen,. Yours faithfully, JAMES H. GARDINER. Leveson-st., 19th August. TOWN OF NORTH MELBOURNE Annual Municipal Election. MIDDLE WARD. To THE RATEPAYtEIt-Ladies and Gentle men,-I must tender you my sincere thank...
THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
__,nsE H F^1ITVE L I S T TIHE ilanaggr's Favorite: Tihe Tragcily of ?irinlelglh Shores. .bA ýSTORY ,F THEtSTAGE, -t?,?: -.-. - -----. , . + COIIAPTER •4V-Coirihmun. ?R oss has more sense, mother. And the young Athertons arc t Pry entertaining. There is nothing here by way of amusement, and one mniet lie entertained someway. And it really is entertaining to see how jealous I can make Ilrotse two boys of each other I It will be "?". practice for them when they come to ac Actually in love." it "i is strange, Maude, that you can. not resist from flirting now that you are so soon to be married," said Mrs. Gleumore "' Well, I only hope no harm will come of it I" and s?'e went back to her novel read As ,the summer passed,- Maude Glen moro and Paul Atherton met often, and p" .clle I,e?a to speak of it in a knowinl And RIss Hontgomery heard some of the whiipnrs,:an d his hot temper fired up at once but he waited and watched. r atlittle .'sirvation sufficed to ,tew this oino of the world that...
ALBION UNITED v. FITZROY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
ALBION UNITED v. FITZROY JUNIORS. THESE clubs met last Saturday at Royal Park, in the presence of a large number of spectators, and the game re a win for the Albion by 8 goals (Ryan 2, Benbridge 2, Fox 2, Reekie, Rutley) 10 behinds to 2 goals. For the winners Stranger, Sigmont, Rutley,Dick,Howell, Power, Quilligan, Ryan anod Armstrong played splendidly. Albion United v. Collingwocd Juniors tomorrow, at Victoria Park. .Meet at J. Robey's at 2.15 sharp.
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
RUNNING SHOTS. Naughty Northern Nineteeuets. They have now fully earned the title.? The "midgets" are undoubtably a tricky lot. From Captain Stuckey downwards. Ernie Launder used to play forward. Had a try at coal-kicking last Saturday. Not a success. ' -"-Skld"'-Larkiu will-turn out-a-second Billy Carroll-if not spoilt. ' Too many "on their own" last Saturday. Give it up boys before it is too late. Torlpey very much on the improve-ose' of the bhet kicks rn'tha team. -- - Bert Launder and Larkin gave a splendid exhibition of quick passing. . The "midgets" handball the theme of universal hdmiratio. - Jack Taylor now quite at home back in goal -Keep your place Jack. There are three clubs now running for the Premiership-after next Saturday only one name it. Dick Kelly's play an object lesson for the youngsters. Billy Graham's luck dead out last Satur day-couldn't get a goal by hook or crook. Tommy Kinman promises to make a splendid rack man. . "Monty" must be made of very pliable mater...
SPEEDWELL CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
SPEEDWELL CYCLING CLUB. TUE fortnightlytneetingof the above club was held at the Empire Hotel, Errol street, North Melbourne, on Tuesday evening, August 18th. In addition to the routine business, six new ;members were elected, and three proposals for membership received. It was decided, in view of the'Behdigo to Melbourne road race being held on the second Saturday in September, to alter the club's road race to the third Saturday in the same month. It was further decided, in order to do away with the "scorching" for which the club had become notorious, to strictly enforce the role requiring all utetbers to ride behind the captain on club runs. The rules tis drawn up by the sub-conmmittee were then adopted. Sunday's run to Frankston will long be remembered as the most enjoyable trip yet undertaken by the club, a report of which appears below. Somte 15 members of the above club met 'mn Sunday morning last for a run to Frankston. The time appointed for the move off was 9.30 a.m., but n...
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
JOLLY & DRY'S asD MOUNT FORD'S TROPHIES. ToE weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at Waugh's Port land Hotel, Russell-street, on Tuesday 18th inst., at 8 p.m., all delegates being present. Mr. W. E. Clarke in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed. The protest by Prahran Jnrs. against West Ports was adjourned till next week. The following are last Saturday's matches: Parkville v. St. lrigids.-This match was played at Royal Park, and after a very fair game resulted in a win for the the former by 8 $oalt (Flannery, Dow. ling, Taylnr) 7 behinds to 2 goals (Davis, Hanker) 5 behinds. British Star v. Paris United.-Played at Royal Park, and after a good game resulted in a win for the former by 4 goals (Whitfield,l urphy, Boyle, Smith) 9 behinds to 1 goal (Ross) 7 behinds. SWest Ports v. Prahram Juniors. Played on the ground of ihe former, and after a rcry tougli gamlie resilted in a dr.aw, the former ilubbscoiing 5 goals (Hildebrand, ...
DAN BARRY'S DRAMATIC COY. "THE ROLL OF THE DRUM." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
DAN BARRY'S DRA MATIC COY. "THE ROLL OF THE DRUM." LAST Monday evening at the North Melbourne Town Hall, Dan Barry's dramatic company gave a performance of military drama, "The Roll of the Drum." There was a large and appre ciative audience present. The opening act shows a room in Mr. Devereux's house, London, where the declaration of war in South Africa is an nounced. In the second act the scene is transferred to the seat of war, Johan nesberg, the British troops being en trenched before the city. Some stirring sights are witnessed here, chief of which is the engagement with the enemy, great care having evidently been taken to make the scene as realistic as possible. Mr. D. L. Dalziel, as Claude Devereun the hero of the piece, gave an excellent interpretation of the character allotted to him, his effort creating -a favorable-in pression. As O'Flaherty, Mr. Dan Barry scored a distinct success, his droll sayings and comical expressions hteing productive of continual outbursts ot laug...
THE NORTH MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
THE NORTH MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB. (To the Editor.) Sin,-If your correspondent, " Veri tas," of a week or two back, be correct in his comments regarding the financial position of the club, and the actions of the delegates referred to in his letter, it mulst nowbileiligi time that a vigilance committee, selected from the members of the club, be called into existence to in vestigate the affairs connected therewith, and the better it will be for the credit of themselves and their future prospects also. In confessing my inability to analyse balance-sheets generally, and ours in particular, and knowing from a serylengthend_ experience what a farce our annual meetings are, I admit I was not surprised, though rather startled, when reading the letter I mention. Surely the secretary or someone in authority will deign to explain to all concerned, besides-Yours, etc., A PeRPLEXED JMEMBER.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
TELIOGRAPH MOSEBY OURDERS. . .d. Victoria ... . Under £5 ... 1 0 South Australia , .. 0 Queensland ... ' ... 0 Tasmania ... . .. , 0 New South Wales , ... .2:.0 Perth, W.A .. ,, ... 4 0 Vitowria: .. Ta7 i.clOr ... ,L 10 South Australia 1V 1 4. . 0 Queensland ... ,,' .. 5. 0 Tasmania ... ... 4 0 ~ow South Wales ,. .'.. 3 0 Perth, W.A.;..... 0 0'*... 5 0
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. RICHMOND. North put up a Record. Nineteen Goals Twelve Behinds. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
FOOTBALL NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Rlesults not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secur:e insertion. 1lease place same in Edlitor's. Jbox. " IBy S.ArFtonD. NORTH MELBOURNE v. RICHMOND. .:North put up a Record. Nineteen-Goals Twelve Behinds. TitanE was a very- poor attendance at the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve on Saturday last, when the above match was played, although the weather wan all that c.,uld be desired. - Rihmtond, fired with a desire t avenge :a defeat inflictedupon lhei earlier in theseason, cate irepared with a fairly strong team; whilst the-ldcal aacn _lput into_t efild_aa very powerrful cobtination. Noonan (through illness) 'has unable to take part in the contest, which proved a very one sided affair.from the start. Kirking towards the Fl,.mingt.n-end, North soon htad their opponents in trouble, goal after goal being kicked with a certainty that must almost:have paralysed the efforts of the other side.. Headed by their stilidart captain, Killy, the vi...
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
3:MONEY ORDun OFeic. . Office hours-0 a.m.: to 3 p.u., Sa turdays 10 a.m; to noon.: Payable in Victoriai-; Not exceeding £5 .. ... d.. Above £5, butnotexceed.£10 - is. S£10, , , £15 I s. Gd. ,, £15, , £20 -2s. Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: ' . d. Not exceeding £2 .. ... 0 6 .,, . 5 .... .... 1 0 . 7 . . . 6.. : 6 12 ... ... 2 6 ,, 15 ... ... 3 0 S 17 .. ... - 3 ,, 20 " . ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain arid Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of'Good lHope, Ceylon, China, India, Jiiaun, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.i- :. d, Not exceediig £2 ... .. 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. £5 .2 :6 ,, 5, but not exceed. £77 3 '1G , , : b7, but not exceed., £10 -"5 0
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
AcclinTrr.-On Tuesday, a little girl named May Hobson was knocked down by a tradesman's cart, near the Boun dary-road State school. Mrs. Patterson, a neighbour, called out to the driver, and he pulled up, causing the horse to swerve, and thus bringing the wheel clear of the child's body and just grazing her clothes. Mrs. Patterson carried the little one into her house, and examined and attended to her. No injury was done. Z-*LADI)IES.-FRIENCII SAFETY PIILLS are the quickest, Surest and best for RIestor ing RIegularity, no matter how long delayed. Take no others. Box sent, free from observation, 7s. (d.: extra powerful, 20s. (guaranteed Al). Delays are dangerous. Address Professor tlautmont, It.MI.D., Vic toria-street, Sorth Mtelbourne. Strict secrecy! I"Senad 4 stamps for my invaluable Pamphlet.-[Advt.J
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
TRAMEWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GltEEN BANSD B DAY., GREEN LowIIT AT NlIouHT. First Car leaves Flemington. Bridge Week Days at 5.45 a.m. ; Sundays at 1.10 p.m. First Car. leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 3.7 a.m.; Sundays at 2.5 p.m. Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 11.5 p.m.; naturd.l s ;,t 11.35 p.m. ; undays at 10.10 p.m. Last Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 11.30 p.m.; Saturdays at 12 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.35 p.m. Fare from Flinders-street to Fiewiing ton Bridge 3d. Cunnection imade at Fiemington Bridge iith Moonce P'onds Omnibus Line. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Queensberry-st., to West Melbourne Line, and vice rersa.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
S. PoSTAL OTB.? ... Postal Notes, from is. to 20s:, may be obtained at all Post Ollices, but are only payable atany' Money Order Office in the Colony; frniii"'10 a oii G3.mi. Saturdays,.10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under ls. Gd.... d. , ,, 4s. d, . ... d. ,,- 7. d ... 2d. 20s. Od. . ... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, tod; vice rersa (oit ;paymUenti, the payee ilsti alix stamps eqos lto poundage) :, 'StamlpsofNew Soutl WTale,0 South Australia Great Ulritain, France, Ger many,:Italy and iUnited States, aro ob tainable at the Genieral 'lPost" Olicc, Melbourne; in quantities not exceeding 5s: at one time. ' commission will be cliar ' of Id. on every 5d., worti- of English and;F'oreign stamps purchas!ed, nd Id. on every Gd. worth of Ihterco lonial stam'ps.: . . - TELEGRAMS. . .Tt relegiame received '?t any Telegiraph (ff11ccaddressed 'to any placo itiin the. city , ti,;' d?-.i`.I 'which suich offie: is situated :'land deliveired free within' a ...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 August 1896
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. Samuel Atuesn ... retires 9th Nov., 1899 -CoUNCILLORS. Jacob Marks ... retires lst Nov., 189G James Dynon .. ,, " ,, 1897 Richard Bowen... ,, ,, 1898 AssussOns. Henry II. Bindon, John Lettey. RATE COLLECTOR. R. Sparks.
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 August 1896
Office hours-10 a.m. to 3 p.iii.,: Sa turdays 10 a.m. toi noon: Payable in ' ictoria: / Not cxceeding ,5 ... .. . .Gd. Above £5, but notexceed: £10 - is. ,, £10, ,, I ,.:£15 - 1s. Gd. ,, £15, ,, ,, £20 -2S. Payable in New South Wales,'S outh Australin, Western Austialia 'Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealandi ": 8. d. Not exceeding £2 6 0 710 0.. .. 2 0 , :12 .. :...-2 6 17 ... 0 ,, 20 ... ... 0 Payable in Great Britain ahd Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Goon liope, Ceylori, China, India, Japan, Macao, 1Mauritius, United States, ,c.: Not exceeding £2 ..... 1 0 Above £2, but'not exceed. £5 "'2 , 6 ,, ;but not dexceied. 17 3 0 £7, but not excecd..£10 5- 0