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THURSDAY, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
TaHsnnsny, Dec. 5. Before Dr Lloyd (clairman);',and ?Meossrs. Barwise, lindori, Fogarty, and1Vylie, Fuller, Js.P . - -I&TBI5IONIAL CASE. Fanny Schienberg v. Joseph Schien berg.-Mr. Lyons for the complainant, and Mr. Eagleson for the defence. .Complainant said she had been mar ried 15 years. Some time agoan order was made for 15/- a week. Since then she had gone back to live with him, and he ill-treated and beat her. A fortnight ago he came home and "called her out of her name," and smashed tile windows, and finally turned her out. She subse qoently asked him for some money, end he hit her in the face. Defendant was a tailor, and earned £4 a week. There was no family. Complainant could not get any work. They had lately lived in Madeline-st., Carlton. To Mr. Ealgeson: Had been living with friends in Peel-st., North Melbournmo recently. Mr. Enagleson: Did the disturbance arise out of a man your husband whipped. Mr. Lyons: I object to this question. The Bench upheld the objectio...
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
MoxEY OnnEn OFFIce. Office hours-lo a.m. to 3 pm., S a turdays 10 a.m. to noon. Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5 ... ... ... 6d. ' Above £5, butnotexceed £10 - ls. ,, £10, ,, ,, £15 Is. Gd. ,, £15, ,, £20 -2s. : Payable in New South Wales, South Australin, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: a. d. Not exceeding £2 ... .... 0 6 , 5 ..._ .., 1 0 -,, 7 ... ... 1 6 10 ... ... 2 0 ,, 12 ... ... 2 6 , 15 ... ... 3 0 , 17 ... ... 3 6 ,, 20 ... .... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Capeof Good Hope, Ceylon, China, India, Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: s .d, Not exceeding£2 ... ... 1 0 Above £2, butnot exceed. £5 - 2 6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 6 ,, £7~,but not exceed;: £10 - 5 0
"THE COTTAGE BY THE SEA" FANCY AND CAKE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
"THE COTTAGE BY TIHE SEA" IFAN OY- A-D CHk - F AIR: - A. FAcxyr and cake fa:ir w:nas held in the North Mclb.urne High School, on Fri day and Saturdlay, Noreniber 239t1 and 30th. Mrs. Fugarty, Maynress of'North Melbournue, opeued tin fair, anlid in a few well-chosen words expressed her ap precia!ionof the cause for which tihe pupils of tihe school had been working. Amonogst other ladlies present. were: Medannes Wadick,:: Wade, lBarre, Trestrail, Clack, Hutchiuson, Peachey, McKiiry, :-3Ianifi, and Wood; and Mlisses Fogarty, Crook, Peachley, and Barrie. Three s'clholnooms' ihad been ntilised. The stalls were eleganly draped, quite transforming thie rooms. Tllh~ elder pupils having beeni too busy preparing for examninationis to do much fancy work, it fell to the lot of the juniors-to preside orer the fancy stall, which they did in a quiet, dignified man ner, reflecting great credit. upon their teacher and parcents. -Theyiy: were the Misses Griffi hs, Greathead, Trenchard, Tyrer, and WVa...
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
A PAar?FoL ACCIDENT.-An acci dent, attended by painful consequences, occurred at the tannery of Mr. S. P. Reynolds on Tuesday afternoon. Two workmen were engaged in grinding wattle bark, wheu a report of an explo sion was heard, and ldames suddenly rushed from the mill at which they were working. Before they could effect an escape they were seriou-ly burned about the face and upper parts of the body: and it was only with great efforts that the fire was prevented from spreading, and was eventually extiguished. 3Ieli cal aid was promptly osusuoned, and the sufferers' injuries being attended to, they were conveyed to their homes. It is thought that ons of the bundles of bark contained some explosive, hence the accident.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes, from is. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Offices, but are only payable at any Money Order 08ice in the Colony, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Snaturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under is. 6d. .... ... 2d. ,, 4 4s. 6d .... ... Id. ,, ,, 7s. Gd. ....... 2d. ,, ,, 20s. Od. ... ... Sd. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and[ rice cetrAi (on payment, the paye most affix stamps equal to poundage). . Stamps of N?w South Walesi:Soutlh Australia. Great Britain, France, Ger many, Italy, and U~ ted States, are ob tainablo at.the General Post Office, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding 5s. at one time. A commission will be charged of ld. on every od. worth of English and Foreign stamps purchased, and ld. on every 6d. worth of Interco lonial sitamps. . :
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
TELEORAPHI MoNra ORDERS. 8. d. Victoria .. TUnder £5 ... ' South Australia ,, . ... 0 Queensland ... , " :i. 4 0 Tasmania :;.. ,., 0. New South WVales ,, ... 2 0 Perth, VW.A. ... ,, : ... 4 0 Victoria ... Under £10 . 1 G South Australia': ,, .. 4 0 Queensland ...' ,, ... 5 0 Tasmania ... 4 0 New South Wales ,, ... 83 0 PerthmW.A. . ,, :A... 5 0
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
TELEoGRAMS. Telegrams received at any Telegraph Office addressed to nny.place within the city, town, &c., in which such office is situated,' and delivered free within a radius of one mile; within ai radis of ij miles, 3d. eixtra is charged. Urgent Telegrams charged double or dinary rates, and despatchcd'in preference to others. To or from any Station in Victoria. : 8.30 a.m, to 8 p.m. n a. d. Nine words ... ... i. 9 Extra words, each ... .l.. 1 After 8l p.m. to midnight;. ' Ten words ... ... * .. 2i 0 Every ailditieinl word ... ..' 0 2 Midnight to 8.30, a.m. ,-: Ton words ... ... 0 ... 3 0 Every additional word... ;.. 0 3 *SnsiiAVR;: * *' Messages forwarded to offices open on Sulndays, if dropped in thle Ixs providrd for thit purpose, Lat thle Mellourne Office with fee enclose:l. 8.30 n.m. to .t0 p.m.n s. . d. Si. Ten ywrds ... ... ... * . Extra words,chl ... ... l0 2 '.308 p.u5 to 8.30 a.i. Ten words ... ... ... 0 Extra words each ... ..0 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 December 1895
Established] [I865." TNh J8W CflIIDONlN BlAIIAR 73 p 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, SNor'th Melbourne. A Large Asdortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. f Baskets in Great Variety. Ageit for MVadame Weigel's Patterns. EXCELLENCE + . . . . ?IN . . . 4 * 4 4 PRINTING. 'ALL * WORK + FIRST-CLASS,. Aft Lowest Prices, AT 168 & 170 QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELEPHONE 1191 NOT H .ELBOU RNE. SThe-fullwing are soinme of dullr usuial Liices - Sill32.eacts 1..t~,Tireznod~rancluzn 'Cards, sters (all sizes & colors), : S10ow Carcle, . .enus, ,Ee.. SNO SLOP WORK.§~ The following LAW FORMS on Sale: Notice . of Owner's Intention, Agreenment-Landlord and Tenant, W~arrant to Distrain, Complaint Before Two Justices; ALSO, TO LET NOTICES, WINDOW CARDS, all kinds in?.;`do"k, BUCO AS Ap.artments- roet,;, -R ooms To Le. ALSO, STRIPS. FOiR WINDOlWS: . .' .1 Selling Off. Sale• Nowr On &c., c. We are Noted for Promptness and Good WBrk. All WNork Executed in Shortest TNotice. ...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
PosiTAL NoTEs. Postal Notes, from is. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Offices, but are only payable at any Money Order Office in the Colony, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under ls. 6d. ... . d. ,, ~ 4s.. d, .. d. ,, ,, 7s. Gd. .;; ... 2d. I, ,, 20s. Od. ... ... Sd. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, 'lid ir'icd : rsir (on payment, the payee must affi. stamps equal to poundage). •S tamps of v o0 Sonith-W?ales;LSoutlh Australia, Great -Britain, France, Ger mnany, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General Post Office, ielbouine, in quantities! iot exceeding s. at noe timer A. commission will be charged of. d.: on every: 5d.i orth of English and Foreign stamps purchased, and id. on every Gd. wvorth of Interco lonial stamps. "
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. a. d. Victoria ... Under £5 ... 1 0 South Australia . 3... 3 0 Queensland ... ,, 4 0 Tasmania ... ... 0 New South Wales ,, 2 0 Perth, W.A.... , ... 04 0 Victoria ... Under £10: ..; 1 6 South Australia ,, ..; 4 0 Queensland . ,, ... 5 0 Tasmania ...' ,, .. 4 0 New South Wales ,, .. 8 0 Perth, W.A.... 56 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
SMOxEIY OnDER OFFICF. Office hours-10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noun. Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5 ...... ... Gd. Above £5, butnotexceed. £10 :- s. ,, £10, ,, ,, £15- 1s. Gd. £15, ,, .,, £20 - 2s. Payable-nNew Sautlhdales,? out_ Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: e. d. Not exceeding £2 ' ... 0 6 ,, 5 ... : .. 1 0 7 ... ... 1 6 10 ... :.. 2 0 12 .. ... 2 6 1 . 8 0 ,, 17 ... ... 8 6 20 ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, China, India. Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: 8. d, Not exceeding £2 .. .. 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. £5 - 2 ' 6 ,, £5,.but not oxceed. £7 -., 3 S£7, but not exceed. £10 - 5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
NORTH MELDOURNO TOWN COUNCIL. Mayor, Mir. T. Fogarty, J.P. Eastern Ward-Mr. J. Gardiner; MIr. W. H. Fuller, J.P. ; Mr. J. Barwise, J.P. Middlo Ward-Mr. T. Fogarty; J.P.; Mr. G. Carter; Mir.D. Wadick.., Western Ward--Mr. P. Costello; Mr. J. C. Steel, J.P.; Mr. J. G. Petrie. Town Clerk, Mr. H. J. Randall. Rate Collector, Mr. J. Kearney. :Surveyor, Mir. E. Mclver -Health Officer, Dr. Whitaker. Inspector, Mir. E. Magnus.
NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
NORTH MELBOUU NE C.Y.M. - SOCIETY. TuE above society held it?i' rditisiry weekly meeting in the schoolroom, Vic toria-street; on Wednesday evening., 11th December. The Vice-President, Bro. J. Brodie, occupied the-.chair.. The usual routine business having.been dealt with, there were two new members en rolled. The Single Tax League sent a letter offering the services of one its members to deliver a coupl.e of lectures or arrange for debates on the next sylla bus, which was referred to- new com iittee? -?ro P. Smith, delegate on the Federal Debate Tournament Committee, reported that the North Melbourne So ciety was pitted aga;nst North -Fitzroy in the first round of the contes!t; t ,tlke place on the second Friday in March, '96, at North Fitzroy.. Subject: " Should the Liberty of the Press be extended." Fitzroy, affirmative ; North Melbourne, negative. On the mtion of Bro. Dalton, it was agreed by a large majority to ap point the NonTr I MELBOURNE COURIER the official organ of the Soc...
ANGLING NOTES. VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
ANGLING NOTES; VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. The usual weekly meeting of tlhe above society was held at the Victoria Hotel, Bourke-street, on Friday last, there be ing a fair muster. ofn members present. After the usual routine business was disposed of, the sub-committee ap pointed to seek a more suitable place to hold the meetings in, brought up their report. The committee stated that they inspected four or fiveepleces, and thought the Bull and Mouth Hotel the best and most central, which was recommended. After a good deal of discussion, an amncendment was moved that the society pay a rental for the present premises and remain. This was lost, and a fur ther amendment was then put, which was also lost. The recommendation of the sub-committee was then put and carried, so on and after Friday, 20th inst., the meetings will be held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, Bourke-street. The large trout taken by Mr. P. Half penny last week was presented to the society. M...
GARDENING NOTES. FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
GARDENING NOTES. -4~-- FOR DECEMBER. KrITcHEN GARDEN.-Cabbage, cauli Hlower, Brussels sprouts, Swede turnips, andl'ao-iy may be sown in shady places. Ouions, carrots, and parsnips will re quire thinning and weeding. Mature onion billbs.should be harvested at once or the sun will finjure them for keeping: Plant out early celery plants in trenches, and give abundance of water when established. Early potatoes for seed, when ripe, .lhould be taken up and greened by exposing them to the atmo sphere for a few days, nuder the protec tion of a shed or verandal. - - FLOWER GARDEn.-Bulbs that have flowered and died away should be taken up and packed in dry sand. Roses and frnit -trees -nr y- -be-budded,~l ewly planted shrubs and trees will be beno fited by having some rotted stable straw spread on surface of soil, which should be first well stirred.
Novelist. The Mystery of the Inn: OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 December 1895
Te I: tery of the Inn: OI, THE DISCOVERY /I TIE5 HIDDEN CHIAMBER. --4..e-- A STORY OF TREA"CHERPY, CRIME, - AND RE3I1ORISE. CIAITER VII.-CoexauEo. "' Would to God she were as poor as Janett: Faifak,' T tthtight to myself, ' then she would never have attracted his a:tention, and inight liavbe known: what happiness was with some manei who could appreciate her. Now she is doomed, and -being fatherless and motherlss, will reusaln to her fate,'iind no one can stop her.' "Thus I thought, and thus I continued to think d ' chan'e" and' UO~nlhart's stub bern will led me more and more to her honse; and within the radius of hergentle influence. But my thoughts never went furtlner. I never saw her even in my dreams, fo?@oicd iby me- or' aueotld of - old grief, by my love and affection. For though-sho- was a dainty and" gracious being, with beauty enough to delight the eyes and warm the heart she was not the one destined to move me, and awake the tumultuous passions that lay'dormant in my own sc...