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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

. THE CHURCHES. SOn Wednesday evening the pulpit of tho Presbyterian church, Brunswick, was occupiod by the icv. Dr. IMcGibbon of Sydney. The rev, gentleman took for his text Philipines 2 1 2v "Wrork out your own salvation with fear and trembling," Thoe following is some of the leading points' embraced in the sermon:-The words of the Apostle were an exhortation to the christian and not to the unbeliever, they.were intended for those who had- begun the christian walk to continue in it. . First the preacher gathered out of Scripture the same senti ment in which was shown that while by fqitlj we are justified, that faith makes itself nmnifest in works. The latter part of the subject was passed over as opening up too wide a ield for one discourse. In the second part it was considered what christians were en joined to do, the work being to work out his own salvation, that this implied a'christian continually exercising himself in faith and holiness, next a constant watchfulness against h...

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DR. McGIBBON AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

* DR. McGIB13ON AT BRJUNS WIOK. I The cev. DIr. McCribbon addressed a meeting of Orangenjen aqd tlheiF friends in the Nfechaiics' Institute, IBrunswicki on Wednesday evening last, when thpye was a hirge attendance. Tea was pro vided in the smaller hall of the institute of which about 100 partook; the tables were presided over by several ladies of the borough, and the good things before then 'yoeV evidently enjoyed by all pio. sent. After tea, all 4djourned to the hall, when Dr. MlcGibbdn gave a shorp account of Qrangism in its rise and pro gress jy the mother country, and also what Lad bpen 0one in the celony. qf New south ~yales. Ie e?orte?, tljo ioembers of the order to act ip to tl~ principles they professed, by love to God and man, and trusted that the time was not far off when every man would be able to worship God according to the dicigtqi of his own conscience, none making him afri4.., rotes of thanks were accorded to.the speaker,; and toe ladies for presiding at the tables, ...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY, HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

PRIJIITIVE METIIODIST SAIl BATH SCHOOL ANNIVER SARY, HEIDELBERG. On Sabbath last, September 27th, two appropriate and effective sermons were preached by the Rev. A. T. Glas son, (pastor of the church). , Subject in the afternoon was "Home influence." The evening subject was, "Eternal re wards given by Christ." The sermons were printed, and full of sound' advice. On Monday a public tea was provided in tlie church;: the tables :were richly furnished and gracefully attended by Mrs. T. Quayle,j and Miss 3M. A Quayle, and many there were who par took of ,the good things provided, The public meeting was presided over by Mr. T. Quayle, and addresses were given by the Revs. A. T. Glasson; .T. Davey, (of Brighton), and Messrs. V. Dawson, G. Gilbert,nand E. T. Peers. -At each service select hymns were sung with" harmony and spirit, and recitations and dialogues were given by the children with great accuracy, |eliciting the warm approval of the, audience, and demon Strating the efficiency of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

', .-niDrapers, etc. ,.a.a.2oa.1o:5,'P I .i187:'. Icos 00EW GOODS= "NEW PATTERNS ,rtat' ,o,?. NIEIVW FASHIONS. - k y . . ý... < ,t ,. .ý: ,",I :- .. i: " t.. n " IArrPERY :.ESTA3LISHMENT, .?11Corer of 'Lygon'ad Elgi sltreet, aCalton;. -.ui Ra: ?W,'B..DIXON has'much pleasure In in-. oibiz-forming his numerous customers and the ,i: HLadiesgeneraUy, that lu oonoeluequeco of . evr..tdinreabing business ho ha? greatly enlarged ~,ein hii .premises, aand is ! now showing a thoroughly well.asorted stoek of 1.7': : --NICYS rT h t1l D RAPER Y S oonislting of a large assortmenit of m1-r t;. E iU NTS;. FANCYX CAIBIUICS E DRESS I.ATERIALS? JAPANESE S " SILKS a.,• &• THE LATEST FASHION' IN MILLINERY All thoesa goods- lave been carefulliy ae ---ctid, and wil be offered at most reason N aible pries?? Ioa.-l:2,I 1?,TOTH- GENTLEMEN. i ..-L-W.i.? DIXON has, moo?i pleasreo In in. forming the Ientlmeoni that'Ch hia now added tob is'bninessa a TAILORINO l DE pA~p?fNT, and has engaged a...

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THE ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

TIlE ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH We believe there will be sorio changes made shortly in'thi suna?genment of thea North Melbourne branch of the English and Scottish Chartered . Bank. , Mr. William Clarke, who has been ?a long and successfully identified '7ith" the bank in Hotham, will take charge of 'the new Haymarket branch, at the. intersection of the Flemington and Sydney road, ,wherel a' most.imposing edifice is in course oft eroction: Mr. P. de' J. Grut, late of; Collingwood, will assume the' manage. ment of the Hotham branch. Mr. Clarke 'has bo6n identified with North Melbourne for many years past, has been- foremost in every movement for the advancement of the' district, and' has earned the esteemand respect of all who know him.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

Watchmakers, etc. WV. IMITCIIELL, T1TA1TCHMAKER and JEWELER, YV, 153 pod 55 ERROL ST,I IOTIIAMI Watchesoand Clocks cleaned. I. Evcry description of Jewellery made i;t made to order. I1IITZROY WATC{O and CLOCK [ANU. 1 FACTORY. II. THIICTIIENEI , (from T. Gaunt's,) WATOII and CLOOK MAHKER, Jeweller, &e., 156 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY i (next Wesleyan Church). English and Foreign Watches and Clocks carefully repaired. Colonial Jowellery made to order. Fancy Hair-work, Engrainhg, Gilding, Plating, &o. All work dono iq the beat manner on the premises. Orders punctually attended to. IViusical, MATE AT ND C 0." (A.C HUENERBEIN), VICTO `IIA'J M USI CAL And FANCY REPOSITORY, t87 RUSSELL STREET, 87' RMPORTERS OF PI A'NOFORTES, SCabinet Organs, Ilarmoniumn, and Fainy' Goods. -Solo 'A'gent, for Blutlinor, Schwcchten, Hartmans and Kriobels Pianor fortoa for Victorla. I 'Intendingpurohnocrs, 'wholcesalo and r. tail, will find 87 Russell streot the cheapest iestablishmenit for all ...

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THE HOTHAM CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

T IP I}Q'r144M CRICKEIT CLUB. 'ith the advent'qf Qgtol1er the exci ting and healthful game of footýisll gives place to thoe imanly and more seientiflo game of cricket, a game which holds, aid justly so, thp 4r'st place imongst our dut door pastiifc. '?'q fiee?e 9ta.es' f the principal clung' lavo onet "n equnci! tp make arrangen)?lts iQr the .c?ieg c m.. paign. (jhampio?s of t1ip 'L :ilosy" are buckling oi their armor, pada, and witl willow clubs in hand, impatiently wait to be led forth to the " tented field" to meet .the foe. The present is, we think, a fitting time tobring under the notice of our rea drs a few particulars respecting our localrbrlcket club, The promoters of cricket in Ifothan'hbavo lhiid may dift. culties to conletid'witlli, pkiticullfy with res, ept t the d'obtiniig of suitable ground. :SoeetQi attempts have been made to get o site sn thie oyal Park, btt without spcce.os. z sl.grl tjto tgo, however, timp s?sosboers of tip i otlanm club surcedecs ,in .pbtsninE fro...

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MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

MEAT MARKET. Quite a change is observable in the vicinity of the Meat Market at the north end of Elizabeth street. In place of theodull 'moiotony. which has hitherto characterized that locality, there is now visible an air of bustle and activity very pleasing to witness. From five o'clock in tlie'moYniiig till late in the afternoon there is a continutal traffic going on, and the business done, must; be something] enormous. From all parts of 'the suburbs of Melb'ourne; butcher's 'carti arrive for 'a: supply, of, meat,, and the various hotels in the neighborhood ap pear to do a roaring trade.' Hot, coffee in the morning, and free lunches at noon appear to be the distinguishing features introduced recently in some of the licensed houses; and there is an affec tionate solicitude displayed by the hotel keepers for the comfort and nourishment of the butcher's assistants truly touching to behold.. Very probably as, soon, as the Wholesale Vegetable Market is re moved to Victoria street the ...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, 28TH SEPTEMBER. (Before Messrs King, and Laurens, J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

Police. I-IOTIiAM COURT. Mo ilosny, 28ru SarTEMien. (lBefore Messrs King, and Laurcns, J.P's) INSULTiNSG lEiHA.lOR.-Charlcs Scott swas found conducting himself in a rather ccaentrieway._ IIe' wasn't drunk, yet his manner would at first sight Iead any intelligent member of the " frce" to sup. ;posoi him "half .eas over." Therefore Ito accuso'lhim; of being drunk would hidrdly have suited, so lie was introduced to the bench under the l more general charge of "-insulting bobharior." -- The ,poeriuian was evidently. touceled in the, upper story, and on the certificate of the ohief medital authority, he was remanded for further enquiry. i W?nseSDto, 30rt Serr?iEiit. (Ulfere J.. King. J.P.) DiNxic.2--E=lizabeth Seliby and ltobeit BIuchin, wero charged ,with the aboro ofn'euce, but were discharged with'a canu tion, there beiing.no previous convictions riocordld agniiist them. ,.TunursnLv, Octbone'lsr. (Bflbris Dr. 'Lloyd,.cbairimai,:and Mossrs Nooini?iand Laurens, J.P.'s.) ])uci STEALiso.-...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 1874. THE HOTHAM TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE., , . FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 1874; THE HOTHAM TOWN HALL. ::At last some stepshave been taken to bring under the notice of. the. Govern mcent the necessity of erecting buildings in Hotham for public 'purposes. A deputation from the Hotham Council, consisting , of Councillors. Laurens, Cook, :Clarke,. and the Town Clerk, were introduced to the Premier and the Postmaster-Gerieral on Monday: by Messrs .Curtain and DMunro, , M.L.A'S. Mr.i Curtain mentioned that the Borough of'Hothanaiwas very "deficient in'?suit; able buildings for'the transaction' of public biusiness. The pdst-office was located in a private establishment, for which a rent had to be paid, and the' accommodation for the Court of 'Petty Sessions was, quite' insufficieiit for' the work performed therein.: "For 'the last three years the Council had had a sumi of £3,500 in the bank for the erection. of. a Town Hall, but in order to make the' structiro'an imposing one, and fitted for th' importance ,of the ...

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HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

HOTIIAIM JOST OFFIC. TIME OF OLEARANj. 7,10 am. I 12.10 p.m. I 5.10 1Q5 ~m",J ý4Sp.m.A p ° L0,!kLDdL2V, IL. the uo thfnuiltik a ordcalto ddsitorse CAll TON POST OFFICfE lAD SAiVINGS" BANK. Mails are dcspatched from this office at 6.40 a.}q .arrivinnat M~olbourna at 7.44 p~m 2.30 p.m. ., yr 4 p·m. 1.40 p.m ., . (p.m. .~L~Prrq~rYI-I'YU-ff·)_ ~ .44pLEsn.f- ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

r'ubllcatons. THE "ADVE TISEIlt." CIRCULATING IN IIOTHAM, WVEST MELBOU1INE, BRUNSWICK, COBURG, }IEIDELBERG, ELTHAM, CAMPBELLFIELD, PRESTON, . MOITANG, &o., Nc. Published every FWeek. ...... ". . This Jonrnu1 c6ihaiiis the full'" '"' RePORT OF LooAL COUNCIL MEETINGS, POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS, CORRESPONDENCE, &e. A PoPULAR S,TORY Will be given each week, besides other Useful and Interesting Matter. SThe price of the paper is Is. per quarter or Spea.year, delivered, payable in advance. SINGLE COPIES--ONE PENNY. All communications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, and eshould be sent to the oll ce not later than Wednesday, at twelve o'clook. ADVERTISEMIENTS. Per inch ... * 3s. Standing notices, as per agreement. STERMS--CASeI. Advertisements received for each issue up to one o'clock en the day previous to pubis. dation. Each advertisement should bear upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. When no instructi...

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Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

Amuseoments. TIIlJ OPEIRA. e In 1eo ie:Mhdlarno it-og rt" dill can. intei/1h R tr1arnet trov'ýdnd01'b nee, 80nd the c'ntsalnelet "ic' lIet'caaIng ieetand of dl. qthhleldhn;. W1'y 11118 plead diould'. eoar Rt0l# a ljltl e0d(2a n" 0 I6r odd, gtlnlag that thlero n no MtdnwAb .hbgd4 nAt at1. Tho ful. Ilewlng i the onit r-Ansno PLton (e plet, in Ices with Vanirtlve)-Setr Armoe lenemnont 1 Pumpooneet (hoeber of liIo mnrltnh , and heir droeesr to Mldlo Laege)-(AMr. If.llrooy; lreeivaudiero (friend of 11 rrmmc ned ennaplr. ing aolnalt the Itupuhllc)-htir. .. Ierluy ; Loucaerd- (pollqg ollloor at the ortlerseol ,rlvaundlere)-Mr. ,'Danelst -.IaJottoe SLia Fdle doAngot, bothrothed :to Pompon net)1-Mtas Clara Thompdon. i Mies Thomp son has, achieved an ncooees as Clairotte which shows that eho is apjreciated as a clover, paiustakingl actress. ' Her sense of humor is vivid, while her qulaknosa seizes every vrantago point, She is likowiso a good vocalist. In somo of the corolo in oidente-cspoolla...

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A DOMESTIC CALAMITY, [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

A I)Q?4tTIC O4CLMI'IJY, A rospocted rosident of Cuburg frimcd Greonwood has boon ooveroly visitcd with doootlo affliiotion. A fow wcoks ogo he Iost Lwo.youngg children by LthL fell des trayorof yooott-diphthrin-and no0w two morn Iowa veroticubcd to crotip. 'Tho great. cna commisoration is felt for the bereaved poroota tb oq8ljgt thi dstricLt

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Cricket. NORTHERN V. MONTAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1874

Cricket. NORTIERN 'V. MONTAGUE. A match was played on Saturday be, . 'twocn the Northoerl and the ?lsontaguo (2nd' eleveoi'and resulted in a di'raw in' favor of the former. , Mr. Fallshaiv; the Northern captain,, won the toes, and de cided to scud the Montague into bat against the bowling of Cooley and Fall shaw; they were disposed of for the score of 70 runs, of which Pryor and lIowison contributed 18 and 20 in grand style. The Northern then went to the wickets and made 60 with the loss of six wickets. The batting ofa'Mar for the. Northern was superb,, Twho scorel 1 without giving e chance. The fielding of the Monttnguo desorres special ncntion. The followetig are the scores I .iONTAGUC. Blroaford b Cooley ...... .... 4 Hutton, b OJoley .. ...3 Pryor, b allhaw ........ 18 Tradlaway, b CJoloy .......... Addlaon, a Stair, b Fallahaw ... ... IIowlion, not out ..., ... ... 20 Dray, s MaIr, b Cooley ... ....... O Pinrm,.b Fallshaw . Clark, run out . ... . W. Hutton, b Danoen .:. .. H. l...

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MR. OVEREND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874

NJ.LQV EL1tLNvD.' B;r-I was mooli poiodtl to rooar you r ro" motho o ith reforenoo to ono of =our estcoemed townrmon in ttho "Advottioor." Ihovo lived horonmolly yours cod duriog their aoorco lonvu had mony opportunirtcies of llonreiro the opionon outorLoiuid ouf h.r. hout Ovorind," Aird Ict h ciiu oeoirtc ii o ono Ih Iiriiiiohiy Is more rospooteil. Iia choarcotor ion and boo bicon for 00100 tweoRny yenon diriog vohich ho hoo rooidod cmougot no, obove ocepioion. Tho "Ago" ciotcod to imply toot though tiono i od,, Pr ltdrdiriOvoreui and hobbi tho country hod lot. ,0100 thou. roilo of poooclr. It ic, however, rlqito olonr they oro ionnocent of any ouolh honrge. 'I i fact: that Mosara. Evans and Christopherson obtained the contracb in question for £30,000 is self evident that Overord andI obb must have been for a large aum, and not £28,000 as the "Ago" assorted. It is a fact that the last tender of Ovoerend and Robbwrvs larger than the previoia 'one causOed through the wageso of the ma...

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MEND YOUR WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874

iqlM NDI YOUR lWAYS. ; r-lWould you kindly permit mo to, ask ..throulgh tho columns of your'paper whoso "duty It is to see that "the property of. Iho ratcpa'?ra of tho B rough of Ifotham is '-'duily looked after. - ILt any one take a walk over the Middle and West Wards and ox. amnle the kerbatones in mauy placer, and he will, perceive how recklessly they have beeoon damaged by oabs, drays, and other vehicles passing over them ' Thia has been ocasionod becanus there are no orosaingsor hbrid g of ovon a planke tol savo the curb. ' ow, Sir, I' would' like to know; why our ' ivoithy couuoillors, *whoso duty it Is, to attend to ieioh matters, does not perform Sand. caroeully "ath over the Interest. and wolfare of the Borough. lMuch haa been ' "aid In the Council and out of it about tlie propriety of borrowing money, and how it' - has been Ind out ; but it seceis no care is taken to picaelvo hoe'worka when complgold. I think thereo ione couontilr In particular iwho ithaginde that the affa...

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COBURG CABS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874

COBUU IG CAlBS. Sir--I beg, through your columns, to make it suggestion to whichl Ihope one at least of;the Coburg cabowniera will give consideration. It is this, visitors to our part of the world are at present obliged, oither'to start home before dark or else risk a long lonely walk. Could not somo osterprising cabby start a nine o'clock bus frdm i Mr. Cbylo's corner? iin'advortise. ment and short paragraph inathe:local paper would apprise the inhabitants of ,the fact and secure, I have not the slight. .est doubt, hearty support.--Your's obe. dicntly , TA.h6

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874

Letters, to' the E.ditor. rTi The Editor does not identify himself with the opinion of correspoildents, nor undertake to returii or hold himself responsible forthe .srfely of ann couns snsicrtion. C/CCorr'espmondence and paragraphs of. local: interest lindly furnished by readers should be written on one side of. the paper only,' and belforwarded as early uii the,wcek asi possible ; addressed to the " Editor." ? A"ll letters must be accompanied by the real toamre and address of the writer-not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. g"" Corresipondents would oblige ets, and save theemnselves disappointment andel annoyance, by sendling in their contributiosis beforo 'lnhursday.

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THE SABBATARIANS V. OPENING OF MUSEUMS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874

TI1E SABBATAIIIANS V.. OPI.N ING?: O MUSEUMS, &c. A spirited warfare is just now, going on between the Sabbatarians hond all those who are oppnsed to narrow -minded bigotry's~" di e`supersiiton: Thes Sabba tarians, not content with possessing the privilege of observing the first iday of ,the :!week after their own fashion, Bseek - to comppel others: to adhere to ,the Cameronian nmeth6d of keeping the Lord's,I)ay, ina h sou'r and bitter: spirit, devoid alike of itrue,Christian feeling or -grateful:ithanksgiving .to the Author of l Gobdd;, wliose: principal injunction ,vas ?'?love ons~ another. as brethren: The'object of the Sabbatarians is :tod :' 'deavor to Iconvince-ParliAiaent, hby, nun'ordus meetingsshii different districts, which are1 invariably attended .by the same persons,, and strong denun ciation, that the majority .of the people are averse 'to ins chansge in: the present mode.-of ,keepin~Sunday,. but it is to' be "hoped that the good senser of: the Legislatui;e wil...

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