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Meetings. VICTORIAN PERMANENT PROPERTY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
Meetings. VICTORIAN PERIMANENT PROPERTY. INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. The following extracts are taken from ?he ninth annual report of the committee, 'for the year ending. 3Slt July, 1874, submitted to a mooting recently hold. .The hot roalised profits for the year amounted to the sum of £30,037 13s. 10J., It must bo sati.` factory to'know that the investing share. Issued at the inauguration of the Society have now matured, thus fulfilling the pro mise made in the original prospootus.of the society. The subscriptions,paid up on each of these shares amount to £11 14s., being at the rate of one shilling per fortnight for 234 fortnights. To this has been added the in. torest at the rate of 8 per cent. per, annum, and the profits, amounting together to £14 Is. 9d. per share, making the total minimum value £25 15s. 9d, per share. Your Committee have pleasure in' record. ing their belief that this society has given the first start in life to many industriots. persons who entered it as...
BEECHWOOD REVEL CHAPTER I.—BEECHWOOD CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
B`" `BEECHWOOD' REVEL CnflTER I; -nE ECTWObD CASTLflE. The country around 3Becehsood,,Castle is a dead level, and underl'ing Itho "thin crust of sandy soil are rich beds of marl, which the.plow stirs up to kindly mingle with the surface and make the grass grow rank and green for the steers and heifers who staind ii'it knee.deep and contte d : and the beech-trees, which love this loainy soil, tell in their -tall, i'mooth-barked trunks, tlir great outspread branches, and their close-grown leaves, how wide and how deep their roots hlive struck into tho nourishing soil below. , STherie are n6 other trees than beeches in this tract of country, but no one who knows the true'beoauty and variety of this rcoe?liere it-grows tb perfettion would Sthis. Tiwe Behre of everyagee and kind; there were sapling trees, with thin, delicate stems and leaves ; older" trees, feathering their branches grace. fully to the earth, like the widespread wings of some great bird; there were the great; forest gian...
BRUNSWICK COURT. Wednesday, 2nd Sept., 1874. (Before Messrs Strutt, P.M., Talbot, Fleming, Breeze and Staley, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
B1RUNSWICK COURT. 1Wrednesday, 2nd Sept., 1871. (Beforo Messrs Strutt, P.M., Talbot, Fleming, Breeze and Staley, J.l's.) Christopher Ptolemy was summoned by his wife for leaving her without means of support. The case was adjourned for proof of service. John Leahy, Robert Andrews, aind Edward Dwyer, were charged with driv ing oni the wrong side of the road without lights. Cases adjourned till lth inst. Joseph Saunders sued William Brown for the sum of £3 18. 6d., for work -and labor done. Order for £2 16s. 1d. and 2s. 6id. costs, to be levied by distress. Robert Corkhill v. Joseph Green, for a sum of £5 d,.- Od-, goods sold and d. livered, C1 17s. Od. was paid in. Ain order was given for C1 12s. Od., with 5s. costs Edward Martin v. Philip Rohan, for hire of dray, £7 6s. Od. Order fbr amount with 12s. 6d. costs, to be levied by distress.
MADELINE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1874
MADELINE HOUSE. '' One of the most imposing structures to be met with in Carlton is devoted to drapery.:' The Madeline House was first started close to its present site in 1854, just twenty years ago, and the business gradually, extended until a fire, which occurred on the year 1868, swept all away in a few minutes. On the 24th of the same month, the proprietor, Mr. Cornell, started again in a very humble way, and after overcoming a series of difficulties, succeeded in 1870 in erect ting at the corner, the present substantial building which was enlarged in 1873 by extensive additions, and is now one of the handsomest buildings it the city.: The dimensions are as follows :-52 feet front age to Madeline street by about the same depth to Queensberry street. The build ing comprises-besides the main drapery establishment, which is devoted to house furnishing--dresses, hosiery,haberdashery and trimmings. The entire shop is set apart for gentlemen's and youth's cloth ing, tailoring, and ou...
Tales, Sketches, &c. (Concluded.) BEECHWOOD REVEL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
T~Tales, Sketohes, &c. (Concluded.) BEECHWOOD REVEL. "Euigenia,' said Stephon .Goodlake. She looked' full at him, and he could not sco in her face how fall;of terror was her heart. "I am come here, at no little danger to my. self, to see you once more." It was theold voice which she remember ed so well, and which once she thought so cloquont, but now there was a ring in it lwhtihL ratld unpleasantly on hier tear, an unreal kind of over em ?hbasis, such as.act ors in the theatres employ. It seemed to horeolf odd th6at \sio should notice thiis now for the first time.,' ; - She made him no answer. S ,I yvas.compolelod towrite.to you ?.I diid," 'h said,' " that I mikhlt'bb' sure y;ou would come. sEugenia, tell me you, have sometimes idt'nmyi mago cross your me niorytP"t'' She drowback, for he had stepped forward from the tree against which'he 'had been' leaning,eandw ouldt have. aken. her hand. " Mr. Goodlake, have you anything to say to me?" Sho.spokoin a voice 5that was hardly...
BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER, 1874. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., Messrs. Staley Lobb, Fleming, Breese, Talbot, and Anketoll, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
BRUNSWICK 'POLICE COURT i WVEDNESDAY, 28nD SE,'TEIlER, 18711. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., IMessrs." Staley 'Lobb, Fleming, Breoose, Talbot, and Anketoll, J.P.'s) John VWatson, charged with threatening the lifo of, his wife.' The case was ad. journied till thoe 0th inst. for the com. plainant to produce witnesses. 1 -c I F. Gillies, for having no control over his horse; was fined 5s. andL2s: Gd. costsl P. Miineliau, for driving on the wrong si'd6of tli8 mid,'waas:tined'5s 6'and 2s. Gd. costs, 'i'idtfault'24' hours' imprisonment.l Robert 'Austin, for having no contr l over his horse, was fined 2s. Gd. and 2s. Gd. cosiste ,i I; t '` ` Silajibsi Smith was clsaigod wTth.asault with, criminal intept,,on the person of Mrr, Abn,Stroud,-svlfe of a painter. Scrgeaqt O'S lidanassy 'prosechtedi ?ini Mr. Frank Stephops defended. On the court being oleardiMrs.' Stroud wastsworn;iand dd posed : Am'tlid:Wife of Tlioiias Strtiud; I rdeolle \1V'tdrisday," (hij' 10th" of this 'hiiith ;'reside at Sydney ...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
Football Notes. BY UMPIRE. " Muscular chritiana'l Ilobray I hooray L Football the vicious oeeoludee to.day." Positively the last match of' he season. was played at Geolong on Satuirday be. tvccnt flho local club and theo Carlton. Carlton players and friends left, Spencer street by the 11.30 a.m. train and arrived at Geolong at 1.30 p.m. The monotonyof a two hour's journey on anything" but 'a smooth line was enlivenod by the hilarious merriment of fifty Carltonians on pleasuzo bent. .Arrived at 'Geolong, the visitors wended their way to the Argyle Hotel, (in the neighborhood of the football ground)whecre a luncheon was prbvided by the liberality of the Geelong football cltb. Tlto work of demolitioh eqgnludded, tlip players donned their football plumage and having obtained a ball proceeded to testtho playing ground. The unanimous 'verdict was that it was.very small but.con sidering that heavy rain had fallen dur ing the sorning the surface was tolerably firm and dry.. At three o'clock...
RRUNSWICK CRICKET CLUB. LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
IUUNSTVICK CRICoET CLUB. S LIST OF MALTCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. Ott. 3-Sratohll match. Oct. 10--D. do. OoC. 17--Da. do. Cot. 21--\Vost ?Iolboorno at Brunswick. Oct. 31-Uoburg at Coburg. Nov. 7-Northooto Park at Brunswick. Nov. 14-Albert Park at Brunswlok. Nov. 21-Yarra Yarra at Di4ht'e Paddock. Nov. 28-Coburg at Bruu;wiok. Dec. 5-Eslendon at Brunswick. Dec. 12-Sludridgo at Sandridge. Doe. 19-Yarra Yarra at Brunswiok. Dec. 26-No match. Jan. 2 -No match. Jan. 9-Northcoto Park at Northcote. Jan. 10i-St. Vincent at Brineslwik. Jan. 23-Mlarylebone at Drunawick. Jan. 0--\Vet Melbourno at Itoyal Park. Feb. 6-Albert Park at Emerald Iill,. Feb, 13--S. George at Btlunu wiok. Feb. 20-St. Vincont at Richmond Paddock. Feb. 27--Marylebono at Military Reserve. March 6-Essendore at Essendou. Mlarch 13-Sr. Georga at Darling Gardens, Collingwocod. - March 20-Vacant. March 27--Vacant April 3--\acant. April 10-Sandridgo at Drunswiok. Meombers are requesteod to attend maich next Saturday, when aides wil...
THE LARRIKINS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
TILE LARRIKINIS. The young vagabonds who congre gate in the vicinity of plhqrqhes in North Melbourne on Sunday evening ?no be. coming emboldened by the impunity with which they commit their little rascalities. ,In Queensberry, "Victoria, and Errol streets especially a mob of boys may unvariably be met with on the Sfbbctl pypning making use of obscene languagoe nd condFgctjqg themselves in a most offensive manner. We ksvp ,ad to complain of this nuisance on more than one occasion, but still it' con. tippos, If there is not sufficient police in the district ,the addition of one or two more constables tq Ll~e local force might make a great difference. lotham embraces a large area, is densely popu* lated, and ought to be properly supplied with a sufficient focpp of constables to pircvpttho rgwdyisrm ,o\vy prevgent,
Hospital Sunday. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
Hospital Sunday. sT,'i/ANDEW's PREOHn?ITEiU"AN CCIrIL cr, CAR LTON. The Roev. D.S. 1'Eachrau, the pastor, offi ciated at the morning and evening services at this church, in presence of largo congrega. tions. The morning discourso was from the text 1 Corinthians xvi. 2, " Upon the first day of the wook lot every ono of you lay by him in storo, as God has lirosooerod him, that there boeno gatherings wlion I come." The amount collected was £34. 2s. Od. oT. MARY'S (t.O.) IIOTIl.tA. . The services in the morning were conduct ed by the Rev.M. Watson, who took his text from Matt. xxvi. 26 ; and in the morning by the Rev.\V. Kelly, S. J. There were 'good oongrogations, but not equal to what would nave boon present had the weather boon more favourable.' The collections however amounted to no loss than £30 10s. Os. , PRESBYTERIAN CHURCII, IlOTIIAM, Sermons woere preached in the morning and eveoning by tho Roev. MIr Kinnimont, tho minister of tho church, and collections wore made but it was do...
OPENING OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
OPENING OF.PUBLIC 1NSTITU, TIONS' ON SUNDAY. We --re glad to perceive- that Mfr. V\\ooDda proposes to ask Parliament to allirn the desirability of opening mu so?nei, pl;tu'o galleries, public parks, ahd 'bdlmidal gardona which are sup. noited wholly or ini pIrt out of the gon crjl reovoenue, ovoery flhiy oF.u tea n.m. otlIl) 'ri auitalIle hour in tlioevoppiLg. It ,?'-, pity., lie 'did L"4 ihe l.ado ,te muupiug,9f rains on Sunday. We h!vo slways,oontqlt gdcd :hat public institutions of oveoy rseacrig tion, calculated to afford amusement or, information to the puiopl,6oshould bOl thrown open on tho Sabbath., In no -9theripart'of the worldi is thý first day of the week observed in such a' sombre ppirit as in Victoria. We have no objec. tion to theo.Sabbatarians keeping .that day" in whatever way may be agreeable to their feelings, but we claim for those who happen to differ with them the right tohave their inclinations equally studied, and thistcan'bd done by throwing open the various ...
Deputations. COBURG ROAD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
Deputattona. COBUItG I OAD DISTRICT. On Tuesday Mr. IIiglubotham, M.L.A., Introduced to the Minister of RIilways a de. putaton from the Coburg Ii.ad District in reference to the proposition in the Loonl Go. vermomnt Bill that the distriot should form part of thoShiro of I;roadmoadowe. It was represented that a poll of the ratopayers had been taken on the subject, the rodult of whioh was that 76 had votet for the distriot being joioed to that of Jaka as a riding, and 251 for Coburg beiug formed into a shire by itiolf, bra nmajorly of 172 in favor of the latter. It was said that the net valuation of the p1roperty in that distriot--10,046 juslileod this course being taken. Father O'lea protested against the poll being con. siderod a fair test, on the ground that proper notion of it had not boon given, and that ex. traordinarylntllonoo had beenused by the board to get votes in favour of the pro. polition to which they gave their adhernooe. The deputation pointed out that everybody had a...
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
TIIEATRE 1ROYA4. Mr. and .Mrs. \Viliauesou appear to h'ave lost nothing of their, popularity by the chaugo of programme. " erry ; or Night sand' orning," ard "Unolo Tom's Ciblo;" are the novelties which attract crowded housoes at the Rya!. Mr. Williamson has a perfaot comnimaad of the Irish brogno, and appoa's to thoroughly uodorstand the. Irish dharacter. leis taloqtod wile has full soope for her versatilo ability na the chiariter of "Topsy," but it mnuqt be confessed if it was not for this lady's clovrness, " Uncle Tom's Cabin" would deganorate into a most lame and unlntorceatlog produotion. It is, however, well. mounted, and no efforts have been spared by the management to make it, as far as scenery goes, as attractive as possiblo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
dank Notices: '.i1 E NGL IS110 . oTTIS H -AUST.RALTANe CH1ARTERED BANK QUEENSB?IRY and LEVESONt STREETS, STT?S -~ýakipean ipe or Gaeneral Baking oL iee h k ep ing-of Currenht Ae6iu?tU. the, Gi?tiini of Ca,s .iediti; the isoeipt of M-oney oriporseiet on Demanndan for Fixed Perlode, Bdr';ixmeonthe, 4 pjr oent, for twelve month. 5 per-cent. lThho Di oon't:'ol Local lill, tne;regoti tlion of Bills of Exchango, in England, the nAatrpllfnt Colonies, and other, pat of the wodrld. . " :i Drafts issued on England, Ireland, Soot land, nd;Sadn Franocilo at Current ateas, - WILLIAM CLARKE, S 1 Manager; . EGLISi," SCOtTIISI . AND :US rll H AY MARKET BIRANCH. ,;ELIZAIET1.H' S REET NORTHI,NEAR FLEMINGTON-ANDi S.YDNE Y ,i::i. ;,RX OADS Ii. i : i . ii This Bank is openi or; General Banking Blsinlas, the keeping of Current Accounts, the Greauting- of ,Cash Credits. the receipt of B ,ney or Deposita on Demand and for Fixed S Fi or aix month., ;4 per cent,,;;.;. for.twIlve rronths, S per cent.,. The Di...
AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
* 3ENTS:F.O;lTH_.=- "ADVERTISER" Hotham;. Air. E. Lyons, -27 Queusberry at. Carlton : Mr . J. Oador 6I1iijabothetroet, Air. Gr"o"ry"L'ygOn etrob."' Brunswick: A r. Eckorsall, Sydnoy road. Coburg: Mri Tnraham. Sydnoy.road. Uolliogwood ; [Mrs.;s dflufllm. 19Gortrud atreot; ;;,]la +CoI1igWooA:, Mr. .W. T. Cappenr,.) 0VVo!I"ingto B Street Fitzroy: Mirs. .W\QoodruflI;r Dunacwkic ot. jltham: Mir. Asdrosv8.,j , llsidelberg and pIphingtf nill O'10f5¶,
LECTURE BY THE REV. J. KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
LLECTURE BY THE REV. J. KELLY. The Carlton Christian Doctrino Society (Catholic) being in want of funds to pro. cure prizes, for the children attending Sunday school, and also to establish a library if possible, succeeded in procuring the co-operation of Father Kelly, who delivered a lecture in St. George's School room, Drummond street, Carlton, on Tuesday evening, the subject being the exploits of the Prince of Parma, one of the paladins of the sixteenth century. Nr. V'. levers was chairman, and on the platform were a large number of clergy men. From four to five hundred ladies and gentlemen attended, who listened to the gifted lecturer with marked attention. On the mo'ion of Mr. Gunson, seconded by Mr. Joa. Ryan, a vote of thanks was carried by acclamation to the Rov. Father Kelly, who suitably replied, and the usual veto of thanks to the Chairman wound up the business.
REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
REAL ESTATE. Messrs. Kirkus and Leonard, Auc tioneers and. Estate Agents, report as follows:--Thero is still an mncreasing demand for house property in all parts of the district. Land is once again in strong demand for bona fide building pur. poses, and we anticipate that the ensuing spring and summer will be a busy season for the erection of suitable buildings to meet the demand that now prevails for all classes of property in this locality. -Ve lave disposed of the following properties during the week:-Kensington Hotel, M'acaulay road, £1500 ; allotments, of land, Simpson's road, per foot, £5; 2 wood , cottages, West Byron street, IIotham, £140; 2 wood cottages, Curzon street, Hotham, £285 ; shop anddwelling Arden street, £300; terrace of brick cot" tages, Union street, Brunswick, £1700.
CHILDRENS' SERVICE OF SONG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874
CHILDULENS' SE1tVICE O SONG. For some months past the children at. tcending tho ~Wesloyan church, Brunswick, have been preparing for a Service of Song as arranged by the Pilgrim P'hillip Phillip and (tho large attendance on 'Thursday ogv?n?s last must have boon very gratify? lg to tlihdso"whq' 4 intoposted them. solve so much regard mg it. Tni the al~ sonco of thoelaov. J. D Dodgson, who was prevented by illness, the Rlev. Mr. HIoy ward read the connecting passages from the Pilgrim's Progress. The children tang ?ath gr.qt eprcsion; and overy one soemc to lnjuy tlho oxtortuinuseqt pro vided. We understand' the proijoods will bo .given as thlo childrens' contribution towards piurkhasing a how bell for the ehi}ýoll