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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
- Miscellaneous. lrunoettes arein the fashion now, and ttho bloudes are pale with envy. ýA man who chows tobacco finds diffloulty when hoe comes to hoose a wife. - I" As fleeting ans a waterlng-place"' love is, now considered as an expensive saylng.,-. You can't toll pretty much about the char. nactr oa man nowadajs until he loses it: It "' the shepherdeoss shaped hats tliat. are slaying the young men at the watering., places this sasoon. '" The.vileat sinner may roturn," wroo a" pioen l?iothbdist girl to her lover, with wliom ehohad parted In anger. --. ' I'm not much for ohtumpt spakin','" "de. olared a candidate at Douabuque, ;" buetor honeoty and capacity and integrity, ,I hate the divil."' ?. I There is a man in Chicago who has lived with one wife ten years :without - a harsh word or a sauoepan-having passed between .thoem.., •, ",, I ' fort. years, m'yold?'friend John, since we itor? boys togethor." "Is itt WVell, don't spok so loud; there's that young widow in the next room."...
FIGHTING BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
FIGHTING BUTCHERS. Hotham is not only in the possession of a Meat Market, where the intelligent burgess can obtain his meat at first cost, but the back yards in the vicinity are occasionally the scene of disorderly rows where drunken butchers, in order to satisfy their wounded honor, retire to "fight it out." 'Tlhis scene took place on Monday morning. Tho owner of the premises whekp t4o fight 'occurred endeavored by every means in his power to eject the belliscoso " knights of the cleaver," but without effect. It was 'not a pleasing or edifying sight. Tw6 men stripped naked to the wjist, mauling each other;iuntil both pre sented. the appearance of an undis tinguishable mass of grease, sweat, aid blood. Bad whiskey'" has a' good deal to do with such scenes. The presence .of policeman in the day time about the mariep is desirable. :
British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
BritishT and'1 Foreign. ir. John Mitchollthe •'48 rebel,: arrived at Queenstown from New York on July 25, in the Guion steamer-Idaho.b. Little notice was had of his intended visit to Ireland,.as ho llett Now York-rather privately. His' arrival in Ireland was not marked by any deinonstration, and few people greeted him at Qauenetowu. Ieo took ins dopartro im mddiatoly foi·,Col, svherdo tlid Nationalists, who in the moantim had hboeard of his urrn vat, roceived him and condudted him, in a carriage and pair to tiho e'ViotorialBtel:. Mit~ olell is accompanied by his diaghter( Spmo addresses of welcomo wor in readihness to be presentedto him,bnt he intimated thht he w uld ,prefbr.not to IOcvlydtlhem; and theoy wore accordingly vithdrawn., ieo spent a couple of hours in receiving the cangratula=' tions of friends who were assohiated with hibm in tho '48 movenment,'and a host'of ad-. mirors. The nWos' ofd his arrival aliving spread through thel city, ? 'g~it' crowd, of people congregated a...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH, 1874. MR. CURTAIN AND THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. SFRIDAY, OCTOBER On, 1874. MIt. oURTTAIN AND THE :?.II; .:. ; :; OPPOSITION. A lively little scene occurred in the .-.rAiAslmblygon, Tuesday evening. M }r. Curtain, the member for North MIl bourne, it iippeirs, liha given a generous support to the Miiiistry during the past . twvel mo~iths; but only :6n such ques .,tibns as 'ar of paramount importance to the welfare of the colony, and in ..rznhecordance-with the, views and wishes of his constituents, such for instanc as the Norwegian scheme; and an equalisa tion of the tariff.f ;Although voting for the Ministry, hoe has not forfeited his position i as an independent member, y .honce he has occupied his seat on the Opposition side of the House. Because `he has acted thus he was taken to task ' by lfessrs V Woods and McLellan, who insinuated that he ought not to sit on the Opposition benches. , This naturally excited the indignation of Mr. Curtain who, in no mersured hullguage, denounced the conduct of certain mem...
Inquests. INQUEST IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
I, nquests. INQUEST IN BIIUNSWICIC. iMr Candler, the District Coroner, held an inquest at the Coart-Houso, B]ronswiok, on Monday last on the body of a. imalo child found in the Merri Creek on Friday list, Inspootor Burton conducted the case on behalf of.the police. Elizabeth Knowles was present in custody.' Constabloe?jixon, stationed at Brunswilck, recollected Friday, the 2ud ioet ; accom' panied Sergeant O'Shannassy and Constable Ml'Konzio to the hIerri Crook close to Captain Conhmann's residence; we searched for the body of a child which was reported to have blen soon in the closet adjoining the iouse; after about twenty minutes search we found the body in three or four foot of water; it? was wrapped in a sort of linen or holland, cloth, in which were atones, coals and' cinders; the body, was removed' to the Brunswick lock np. . Dr. I. E. Neild deposed-I have examined the body tand found it to be that of a: nwly lorn child, fully developed and much lagcr than usual; in my opinion...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
. -, o?ompinies,. etc.' - TI L7 E; 1N1EWES'I BUILDING 1. S. ,II:TY And the ... ST FOI :BORROWERS, ' Is the.- 1 , -r ,r PRllEIER PERLItANENT'BUILDING; t' LAND, and INVESTMENT'ASSOCIATIUN.? Registered under the Friendly Booletiedd" .. Statute 1865. ?; 'i- :;r f :;, ".SHARES £251EACH ...... Entranc Feoi Is. per Share,; ,snd Fort;. " . onig)tly Subsoriptions, 4s. per S)iarc ... .... Trustees ..;, ..( , : - - DAVID SYME, Eeq (A) JAS. PRINCE, Esq., J.P: JAMIEES FERGUSSON. Esq J.Pr'A ;1 o Coimittee of INanageme~nt L" : , i President,! SoedYF. LONGMtORE, 1ctP.. i'.irt: "-= ' Vice-Priesident : J. CUIRPAIN; E qls?M.P,I ";.,; :i; S Members: TDS~ j eADIAMSON. J~Jn~ .. 1ieq., IU - '". . onsul).. '"IOBT. .WALKER' `q.,L M.P.' B. J, DIXON,'Eq:, E P. J. BOWRIING, Esq ; MlP. ?.L. ZOX; Esq., J." ' .. -' O Sl eitor" '-'J.if. SMITH and EBOIERTON. S .iBankers: Englislh, Scottish and Australian Chartered. S-Bank.:' SAetuary : .J; K. TEMPLETON, Esq., F.I.A.. " " , Sceretary.:. Mr.JAM?S 3URAMS. OFFICE :-62 ...
Sporting. KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
Sporting. KENSINGTON PARK IACES., By Consus. The inhabitants of Hotham can now boast of a pretty little race course, almost in their very midst, for Kensington Park (Formbrly Cox's paddock) has been changed and advanced into the dignity of a race course..- '-The park is beautifully situated on the hill, at the head of the Macaulay roadi,'comminanding a magnificent view of Melbourne and suburbs, Sandridgo the Bay,;otc"- The accommodation provided for the public, is, ample, as the park is securely fenced'around, and a very com modious Grand Stand has been erected. The course is about a mile round, and the running ground has been thickly sown with English grasses, making excellent grazing; the finish'being against a pretty stoop hill, which will severely test the powers of the horses engaged after a good stiff race. Thb same punctuality, ro gularity and good order which character ises the Flemington races will be ;here noticeable, as the names of the "most in fluential of .our. racingm...
NUISANCES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
NUISANCES. Now that the warm months are approaching, it is highly desirable that the most"stringent regulations should be put in force for keeping, in a cleanly condition, the various. right-of-ways 'in the borough.; Stagnant pools of .water, very. often 'containing decomposed vege table matter, may'.'be met with in retired oiiokse and corners,- and the 'health of thd :community duffers fod the unclean. habits of 'a" few' people. If possible, the: lindsandd bye-ways should be fre quentlylflushed with water.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
"TEY .IGOODS, NEW ;PATTERNS, isr a _8; rios 511,RY t-ESTABLIBHIMENT, Q -of'L gj?' niid Elgin streets, ''Carl?n, . JI'DIXON hi&much pleasurerin'i5. form sg.;his 'ifierous oustomers and the L5( eneirlly, that I, I ,ooSequenoe of increaslg:businese b'e hes greatly 1enlarg, d hli MgepTmh and is inow showing a thdreughly wel assorted stock of N S- 1 L R D. RAPER - m'' 0con?ilting of'a large aesortment of, NEW PRINTS, FANCY CAMBRICS, . DRESS MATERIALS, JAPANESE ,0 ,.ga.">Y SiLKS;,& o.,i dE n: ;i` -: . THE LATEST FASHFOkN IN MILLINERY All thesegoode s havo .been caroeflly, ao hiPtgýan. we oillbffered at most reaon TO THE GENTLEMEN. 141 W. BI ]Ib a 18siamclis .pleaoure In in3 forming tli??,entlemeii tlgt be has no added to li' bosineess a TAILORING DE p$RTnllT,.udna has, engagq5 a Afirst class Pag theo.600 cotiser and Ve lte beet rnr'telidand Yriskisp::BaySy Su'its Knickerbookers tliha'si'YIe mtaterial., =T"ý'P7i e-=iic'i miod'eate:`A't lage" fsaort hient of re*dyref igOd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1874
S 0 "N- L E U 238 Swanaton stroot. Importer of CIIINESE TEA, FANCY, GOODS,, Workboxes; Fans, of Writing Desks, -' ; Tea Sorvices, 0 Cardeases, _ ,-- o Chinaiware of Every Description, - Preserved Fruits, b Silk IIandkorchiefs, Scarves, Crackers, Whisks, Orniimohts, &o. ° Gl. L. begs to announce to the publil geiierally thatho reoelveo`fresh shipments every month direct from China. Note the address G O O N L-E E,._r- " 238 SWA N S T O N=S T'R' E T, i Importer of Fancy Goods, &o. MESSRS-L STITH AND SON, ISUIT MANUFACTUERS, - i Having removed to their now promises, I MILLER STREET, WEST MELBOURNE Are now prepared to execute orders for al kinds of. Machine and Fancy Biscuits, Y Cakes, oto. Manufacturers of the CHARCOAL BISCUIT, Now so highly recommended for all Stomach Complaints. Also the PARAGON RUSIK, co Registered underethi Copyright Act. Ac i- new light-and nourishingarticle of diet be jfory'children and ivallds, auporiorto :p i anything of the kind now in use. ,?ow...
IT IS TOO BAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
. ITi?STOO BAD Sir--.Iinyourtirla?I Satuirday's 'isue I ,sai under'the headiig of - "Heidelberg Police Court' news a ea'ise'or==two men troned which. w ep.dismis-scdd Now, why. 'W- ¶t as 7t' Ti n8'medltcgqn5Wahii i ade of 'the dido or tels boripoeons w?lo were sum moned and made to pay a fine for allow ing their horses to wander on the?so cidled 'streetsaof llfidelberg Por- perhaps, itwkas.too bad to be= inserted. And ?why' was theroe no mention madoe of the poor man. whoas kepd i in orisones tenty-four l hurs: -fobb driving his -'liorsd-dcross the street .o. land for which he had permis :sion fom the ownoti L' think SiSr,y at'l it is toddo lidaan'tlib l a' atod'shotld be pt't to. shbh shabmeful proced'dihigs ,' talk about burniing a ton of hay, why it is a wonder that: something\'worse is, ndt done; for ,what man,or,bodv.of men will ,put up with 'scblihunibiig: ' Iore is a' man who has beeri lividg'in' Heidelberg eighteen years, anid kii6wn to be aunhonest, upright, sober, indeistr...
RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
Sir-having bce long resident in the district I am, of course, interested in its progress, and feeling certain that I hlve therefore established a right, by such. an assertion, to express anl opiinon regarding, local matters, I beg to point out to those who have the management of the Recrea tion Reserve in Coburg the desirabilitylof f finishing ' what has been so .well cornm. - menced, that is to say, having enclosed their ground, let them lose no time in talc ing suchl means, by planting trees or other. rise; as tiill justify them in the -outlay already incurred.-Ihi i?' '-- & -
CARLTON BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
* "caiMTr,OjmvJQVLj CLUBl.i Tblja~oub u)a1i'ldthlislr.is to A;ypy on Sltur(iUy'lrat wyhon thlro was a go'od ttend anoo of moinboba.'. "'oliO' opon math woro betwoon the l'roeslden vorau T~roo.proaidont, wlaoh'»WAYVo>'y'wiellrooihilitiid-niiTt«Teill in favor oN the MVioo.prsident, hi troido mak iun 81 to t,'lolropononts 81. Tho Preuldont, '. d. Ru~sell, E(I., J.P., and Vie-opresidont? Mesars. Weedow and Curtain, all took part in tho gamn. which exoitod a great deal of intorolr. uanis club is in a most prosperoun condition, and now the . aonaon,hns con menoed, there will, no 'doubt be a great no. cession to their numbers. The arrangemonts for the comfort of members are almost Fpor fect, while the subsocription in less than most other clubs, viz., £l Is. per annum. About.twenty now members have joined this season, and play goos on every afteurnoon.
THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
THE WHOLESALE )EGETAJBLi It is rather suiprjeing thas'the crown grant for the picnoe of land in VictOria streut has not yet been issued. Mr. Casey. liasrsated that, it wil ioceive attontion in duo course, but it is quite evident that heio is no disposition on the part of that gentleman to accelerato matters. It is abtufld to:Kuppose that the proes, of busi., hess in the Land Olloois 'thot-rbason..for: the delay T here should be greater alacrity evinced in expediting this mat ter, because until the corporation receives the grant the necessary. buildingsa cannot' be erected. It would beo ?bll if the mom. bers for..2orth Melbourne were to dira= the attention.of the Minister of Lands to the subject inh the HIouso: It irdld 'ap. pear as if it was sought by.raising frivo. Ius objections to shelve' the subject, and leti!'gradually fido 'fron. the minds of thisb who hdvoe taken an' active' part.:in the removal. The' Committee' of tRate. ,payerO 'shoiuld obtain some more : siatisfae. tory ex...
THE MAYORS OF BRUNSWICK AND HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
THE MAYORS OF IIBRUNSWICX , AND HOTHIAM We believetlhat Councillor Clarke; :of Hotham; is likely to be. thb occd ipant of the Mayoral chaiirfor the ensuin 'yi:. M'r."'Clarked iso :a residenit: of ,2[olburn:. for i twenty' yqea? and ;of'l1to; eaptuii"i of thtest l"tourno Artillery. ,Ls esl$s. :application f the duities of councillor isa goodlaugury. of what -may: _beexpected hfromlhim when elected, mayor.j.He o ohas idchtified himself with'ali sabjeots df local interest, and is likewise a member' of the Committee of the Benevolent Asylum:. Mr. Overeondis spoken of as' likely t be elected Mayor of Brunswick.
BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. Wednesday 6th October. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
SBRUVNSWdCK 'yoLIt COURT. Wednoeday r rth October. (llteforles4aro.oBroeese, Stalcy, Ifleming, Dr. Talbot and Wilkinaou.) Margaret l(rovao v John Hilton for the sIupport of ll illogitimoat child. Mr. i(rylos appo~red. forthe plaintiff. Ta dofoendant indc a stat?molnt to Iho bonoh to thie. t flit thuthothl had inla it his duty to maintain the ohi'd up to tho proloeit, but soicm difflroeno having arisun with the ohild's noithor owing to her hawking diuondanut's portrait about, coutrary to his wiihoi, he dlnemaindod the likonoss bauk, but not being Rhlo to obtain it ho stopped Iho usunl wr kly supply; du. fondant also stated he had ollored to marry tho gir, and also that his. parents were willing to tank charge'of the child, both of which Ifrors weor roefsed. An order was made for thoe paymunt of L. per woak for ighteooen monthr with £1 ls coats, and one ourity in the min of !£25. Eliziboth K iowlni wao proscoutod by tho crown for oon?oalmuuat o birth. Iospoetor Morton proseuonted.,' M...
MR. WM. CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
MR. WM.. CLARIE. We are informed that a. subscription is being raised. by the residents of North Melbourne oto.purchase some suitable 'token for presentation to Mr. William Cliarke, as a iiark of tlheir appreciation of his services as a citizen in promoting the advancement of the distiict during his connection withitit. Mr. Clarke has been .for inany years manager of the English and;Scottish Bank, Hotham, hbut he has. recently been remored to the new branch at the North end of Elizabeth street. He is deservedly popular, inasmnch as he has been . identified with every project calculated to promote the prosperity of thie borough, and for this reason the move* ment mentioned above has' been'set on foot: Already, a large sum has been. col locted. .
Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
Police. IIOTUIAM COURT. FaIDor, OCTOnER rrr. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) YouTFUvr OFFNvDEnns.-J hun Hender sean, a youthful scapegrace, was in the habit of absenting himself from his home ; he was cautioned anddischarged. James Walsh," another lad, for straying about the streets, was likewise cautioned and discharged. MoNDui, 12rm Ocronen. (Before Dr. Lloyd, (Chairman) and Messrs. Laurens and King. J.P's.) Dnu s.-Ellen Ryan and Thomas Miller were cautioned and discharged, it being their first offence. INSULTIrO BsRAvion.-John rMcGlinn, for making use of insulting behavior in the public street, and who had previous convictions recorded against him, was cautioned, on condition that he should leave the neighborhood. DRu x. - Florence O'Maheney, a wretched specimen of a confirmed inebri ate, was fined 10s. or 48: hours'. imprison ment. WEDNEBDAY. -14T1r OCTOBER. (Beforo Mr. King, J.P.) A ?-soe THEFr.-Elias Watkins was charged with stealing a piece of drill from the promises of Mr.' Robert...
HOUSES IN LEVESON STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
HOUSES IN LEVESON STREET. Mr. Michael.Dawson is the proprietor of a pioce of land in Leveson-street 'upon which: are erected : some dozen tumble down shanties, having anything but a prepossessing : ' appearance. :Their'. ap pearanceimparts a most beggarly look to this part ofthe street, and as they are uninhabitable yielding no revenue to. the pibprietor, it is a wonder thiat the mate. rinal has not been removed long -ago, and the land.either sold or fresh buildings erected. Mr. Dawson is a large property owner'in IHotham,.and, he ought to be aware" that whatever conduces to the prosperity of the borough will add to the value of his real estate. Therefore self interest alone ought toinduce him - to re move, without delay. the wretched hovels in Lereson street.