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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 7. Present.-The Mayor (Cr. Barwise), and Crs. Wadick, Gardiner, Fogarty, Petrie, Fuller, Steel, and Carter. CORRESI'ONI)ENCE. • Fre:.tllo Shire Cuncil of Oakleigh, saying that--it.was- intended *to hold a conference of councils in the City Town Hall, on thd 16th, to consider whether it was advisable that there should be a .geural site for a metropolitan ceme tery, or whether district sites should be chosen. The council were asked to send delegates. . OCr. Fogarty saili he thought thliit quistiitoi bf a .eemeteiry -site for Mel bournii-and suburbs threatened to.be-in terminable. It seemed to him as if there was -a '- rhg- "-somewhre at-work. Previous to the history of the land boome the Frankston site was regarded' with fairly geeral -favor, but now a number of people- hadlarge.pieces-of land left on their hands which they seemed anxious to get rid of, and were recommending them as suitable cemetery sites. The letter was received; and, the ...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. -4-~-- ST. Michael's Branch of the above Society held its usual fortnightly meeting on Tuesday evg., the 8th Sept., in St. -Mary'-sehoolroem,-Victoria-street--The President, Bro. M. J. McNamara, occun pied the chair. There was a good atten dance of members. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. The secretary, Bro. D. Griffin, having rend correspondence from the Crown Law Department re holding of art union; from the Single Tax League, requesting that a night be left open in the branch's syllabus for a lecture by one of the League's members. There were three new members (Messrs. M. Kane, W. Bourke, and T. Rowland) elected; and the following nominations (8) for membership received :-Messrs. J. P. HIanrahan, Wm. Minogue, M. Ward, T. Ryan, W. Kennedy, J. T. Holland, M. Mara, and J. Bourke. It was decided that the Past Presidents' Diplomas for Bros J. P. Kelly and M. F. Leonard he procured, and presented to then at t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents. STONEBREAKING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. -4-9 JWe do not hold ourselres responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents. STONEBREAKING. (To the Editor.) Srn,-Will yoe kindly allow me space in your paper to call the attention of the Mayor and members of our North Mel bourne Municipal Council to the unfair manner by which the work of stone breaking is distributed amongst those who are endeavoring to earn a crust for their wives and children at the present time. We are well aware that, it is nothing but sheer starvation that com pels a man who has not been accustomed to such wqrk to turn to stonebreaking as a last resort, which is the case with some who are employed at stonebreaking just now for the North Melbourne Town Council; not but what they are as ener getic, as eager, and work as hard, and I might say, harder than those who are accustomed to the work-yet those are the men who are unfairly treated. They are allowed to stand idle one-third of their time waiting for spawls, whilst those who are accustom...

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TEMPERANCE LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

TEMPERANCE LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CONCERT. Tuls North and West Melbourne branch of the above society held a concert and variety entertainment on Friday evening, 4th September, in St. Mary's schoolroom, Victoria-street. There was a very large audience present. Rev. Father Murphy presided. Mr J. J. Madden performed the duties of accompanist, and also opened the programme with a pianoforte solo, " Honeymoon." Mr G. F. Stack pole, a very fine tenor, sang " The Irish Emigrant" in a most sympathetic man ner. Miss McGrath, a sweet soprano, sang "Whisper and I shall Hear," but she minimises the good effect of a very sweet and cultivated voice through an un due shyness or want of confidence. Mr J. Goudy, who has appeared before a North Melbourne audience to advantage, more than once as a vocalist, sang SSentenced to Death," for which he was greatly applauded. Morris Mahon, the celebrated Irish comedian, sang "Silver Falls of Erin," and in re'ponse to two -encores -eang-~'" He-wore-a--Worried Lo...

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NORTH MELB. FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

NORTH MELB. FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. A MEETING of the above was held on Thursday evening at the Melrose Hotel, Mr. J. Kenny presiding. The secretary Mr. G. Toll, reported that a permit had been obtained for the Fitzroy race course at Croxton Park, and that he had made arrangements with Mr. Webster, the secretary of the racing club, to have coursing there. A motion was passed by the meeting regretting the death of Mr. ,ohn Dixon, a member of the club. Six new members were enrolled, and after some routine business, the meeting closed. It was decided to hold the first meeting at Croxton Park on Saturday, September 12th (to-mor row), when trains will leave Spencer street at 1.:5, 2.27: North Melbourne, 1.38, 2.:0; Flemington-road, 1.43, 2.35; arriving at Croxton at 2.6 and 2.52. T1e-FitzrSy Traitermini-s is within easy walking distance. The following is the result of the draw for to-morrow's course : Fox TenntIE STAKES-21 lbs. and under. Chloe against Snowy Tossy ,. Jerry Daisy , Erci...

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ABBOTSFORD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

ABBOTSFORD BRANCH. ToE annual smoke night and distribu tion of prizes won during last season by the members of the above branch of the Victorian Fish Protection Society and Anglers' Club, brought a large and enthusiastic gathering to the club-room, Johnston-street, on Friday evening last. Many members of the Melbourne Club were present, including the Messrs A. Moon (president), R. Ferguson (ex president), P. Bissett, T. Launder, ,J. Mcl)onough (vice-presidents), and J. Murdoch and E. Burke (hon. sees.) Mr. Gee. Hughes had provided an excellent musical progra:n .'-,-Councillor Anmont proposed " The Prize Donors," and was certain that the liberality of the gentle men in offering trophies for competition had greatly contributed to the success of the club. Councillor W. Keele, in replying on behalf of the Prize Donors, hoped that the club would always have the support they deserved. The trophies were then presented to the successful competitors by Cr. Keele. Mr A, Moon proposed " The Ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

i . : Public Notices. ' ! :For WEDDING' RINGS, KEEPERS. SDIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE M ENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of X1 - s ." all kinds. SPECTACI I S, n.d ELECTROILATED WAIIB, TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE, GiW ? ? ? ..... l--Watcbes, Clocks, n.1 Jewellery. = I] ^ -_ . .... Repaired. "\llWorkCGutrautcd." Size Cards of Iings anti Prices sent on napplication. .WIHOLESALE f'frii f TOBABCONIM T SI 'l i HAIRDRESSER, 55 Errol St., Nth. Melbourne. n'-fe-T'raclTadeuplpeu wius atny qua.nuLy ui --ooDaccomlstIs--t xurS-t the Lowest Possible Price. S111 E[ D i Merchant TAILOR,1 Near S. . IiL353 Victoria-st., iERROL A. ...UL .Ln. WEST MELBOURNE,) reet. G ENTLEMEN interested in their .peisonal appearance, would do well to give us a trial. Our Clothing gives universal satisfaction, and is Unequalled for FIT, STYLE, and WEAR. All Garments are Cut from time Latest Models, & Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. CYCLISTS, ATILETES, CIGqR PIONS of tle WHEEL, :Are reminded that we Cater especially for their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

SALE! EXPIRAT0I OF LEASE ALA r Great Sacrifice of Drapery Goods AT NORTFI-TTE LBOURNE. Ladies and Gentlemien, we ask you to visit us, when you will find out ..PriPces,; ~-~,Right sRain, ,:, . ,'. . We want in Bullion this 'Month, iand' will offer ..... EXTRAORDINARY & UNPARALLELED BARGAB!' f ITZ ER D BROS., Errol-st., North Ielbourne. 9i COLOE N E Boot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North Melbourne. Try Leeinig's Ladies 1TunLace lhoes, n.at caps,/. p.er pair;. marvellous Value. . Ladies'. Glace Lace Shoes,.4/11. Button Shoes,'5/ll. : ' Ladies'; "Reliable Bale., neat Quueen Button and.Bals, 5ifi; Ladies' Glace Bals:, 6/11'.i: Buritton ..Glace Bal ed button holes, 7/.i . Gent.'s Tan Sedan alse 8/6: Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Welted Bale , 12/6 ; special vaue."! Gent.'s .Dress :Bals., 4/11 & 5/11. Ladies' WhiSte Shoe Lac eaid Button, 3/11. REPAIRS a, Speciality, and Finished Daily. Large Staff of Skilled:;: Repairers kept on the Premises. BOOTS for OCHILDRIEN Lengthened Swhen too short...

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THE CEMETERY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

THE CEMETERY 'QUESTION. IT-is niow soiie years since the site of a consideied in a' practical light, and' in deed lit is surprising. that this question was not taken in hand before, seeing that a. decade., ago it: was.! felt that - the Melbourne .General;:Cemetery and the various'suburban ceimeteries siere becom ing greatly crowded.iRecently, however, the conviction has been 'forced honie to thiier'in'ds cof the authorities 'tlint the closing. bf at anyrate .the Melbourne CemeteC caniiiot?? i ch lon?ger delayed. It is';: now enclosed by . the crowded suburbs, of . Carlton, :.Brunswick, and Parkville, besides the University and its colleges, and contains a number of graves in every compartment, and the small area of earth that remains is being opened up with great rapidity. Whether this vast necropolis 'is a nuisance and offends the olfactory nerves is a question that has been debated for some time,,but the result in the main has. been : the arrival at the conclusion that the Ceme to...

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Notice to Subscribers and Others [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

Notice to Subscribers and Others Should Subscribers not receive their paper regularly please report same to this Oflce. In responlsr to numerous enquirries ire are pleased so: state: that back Numbers of the OdURIEnt mnaibe obtaiined at the Of?ce, 168 Queensberry-strect. lit. (otourier gducIltier. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER li, 1896.

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. THE ordinary. weekly :meeting of the above society was 'held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, Bourke-street, Melbourne, on Friday, 4th Sept. Mr A. Moon (president) in the chair. Good attend ance of members. Minutes of previous meeting were read confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr J. M. McBean, stating that he had decided not to continue member-' ship.-Accepted. From Mr J. E. Cleary, Echuca, ask ing for particulars re forming a society. -Secretary instructed to forward infor mation. Mr J. H. B. Curtis asked what was meant by "Amateur" Anglers' Society. He thought all who-used-the-rod-and-ine for pleasure as wellas trophies came under that category. . New Members.-=Two were proposed. Mr G. Simpson showed some spawn which was taken from the trout caught on the 3rd inst., at Braybrook. He was informed that the trout was literally full of spawn. The members being anxious to proceed to the Abbotsford smoke-night, the meeting closed. To...

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THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER VIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

T TOVE -iSTT T.E.. . Manager's Favorite.i tho Tragedy of Carnlelgh Shores. ! A ; STORY OF THE STAGE. S. OHAPTER. VIII.-(Coen?unED.) D? d not call for anyone. It-it is only a little dizziness. I shall be all right soon. The'risig-where is the ring?" I "t! saies recovered it trom the floor. "Indeed, you look very pale, sir. Let me ring for something to restore ycu." S!'No, no-I need nothing I" he cried, im patiently. "Cannot you see that I am all right ? 1Give me the ring I" -::She gave it to him, wondering greatly at the emotion.which made his hand shake as be took it, and which blanched the face she and never before seen turn pale.' " Agaih he read over the inscriptioni aloud, as if to fix it uipon his memory-from " 'R. !I, I have thought that perhaps my father's ame--a.might hase begun" with R,", said; Sthel, "and inmy'mother's with'O.C: I'wonder wntha:her name was ! :My pdor mhother ;who' t Geld me to her breast when she died I'. " ,..' es, it was very and. Very.sad, indeed," said...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

ANGLING NOTES. TI-IHE ANGLERS' DEPOT For -FISHING--TAGKLE. OREENIIEART BOAT RODS. 4 joints, 7i6 each. Rons and REELS Repaired. Sandworms Fresh Daily. Salted Whitebait for Bay Fishing. J. SCOTT, CROMWELL ieUILDINGS, 364 BOURKE-ST., Melbourne. STRAND HOTEL, Corner North Road and Strand, NEWPORT, Opposite Punt. Convenient to Boat Sheds. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. Piano, &c. Good Acconmodation for Anglers. irisi_ P _ DO+. nr'-Do ?rYoP:',etrse . The Great French Remedy. -LA.I)IES.-FIIENCH SAFETY PILLS arc the quickest, Surest and best Medicine for Restoring Regularity, no matter why. or how long delayed. They sEVEn fail! Take no others ! I Rox sent, free frcm observation, 7is. Gd.; extra strong, 2os. (guaranteed Al). gSold only by 'nROFESORn HAUTMONT, R.M.D., Victoria-street, North Melbourne. g'Send 4 etamps for my iuvaluable Painphlet..(At?vt.] 1)nRwiNo 1Roo00r ENTEnTAIN?IENT. T'he above will take place in the Wes leyan Schoolroom, Howard-street, next Wednesday eveni...

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RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

S'RUNNING SHOTS. Too much" funny business" last Saturday. Give it up, boys, before it grows on vou. Dave Currie, the "champion" of last Saturday's match. Joe Shaw rather rough on the young bloods-"stiteh in time." &c. "Sisso" about the best follower in Western Australia. Tom O'Day, the best high-mark. Both expected home for the summer season. " Deeds that won the E(u)mpire "-refrain from badgering him. Bert. Launder in good goal-kicking form last Saturday. Beautiful handball when played by ex perts-Larkin and Kinman for instance. Palpable throwing of the ball when in dulged in by some others. " Dicky" left out last Saturday-full up; not going to play again. " You are good footballers-so stick to foot ball; leave the 'funny business' for funny people." "The best ground I've umpired on this season "-Joe Shaw's opinion at the close of last Saturday's match. Bobby Armnstrong showed capital form against North. Young Hannah a tower of strength to his side. Where were the oldCarlto...

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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. CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

. OOTBALL NOTES. -r:* Un Itdly setuLinhir AlIeslt not Inter than-- Tueday Evreings, to secure inertion. Pledic place same in Editor's Box. \ ! 1 U I. .< ' S.ydSAKroniii" . * NORTH MELBOURNE v. CARLTON. TnE playing arena on the North Mel bournceRecreation Reserve never looked better than:it did on, Saturday last when the above iuatch was played, its capital appearance fairly," knocking the can in" of those detractors \vho have.done their utmost this season to belittle our local reierve. ' Tileir was a very'p6oor atten dance, and very liitle interest appeared to be taken in tlhe match, so different frout the old-time contests between these club.;, -when, in :tleir 'worst'.days, a iloderately-good ' gate " could be rec koned upon. North, starting with the wind, which was blowing down into that "same old corner," were soon at work in-frortof 'their 4ppoent'- goal-posts, but were sonio time before they found the " opening"-Bert. Launder being the first to score. Tle visitors, ...

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JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

JOLLY ; lIRY'S al) MOUNT FORD'S TROPHIES. TnE weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at the Union IIotel, Russell-street, on Tuesday, 8th inst., at 8 p.m., 5 delegates being present. Mr. W. E. Clarke in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following are last Saturday's matches: Prahran Juniors v. Hillside.-This match was played at Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the former by 7 goals 9 behinds to Hillside 8 goals 8 behinds, Gol-kickers .for Prablaa Egan 3, Ryan 3, and Jacobs. For Hillside-McCausland, Currie, and Foley. - B-rtish! Star v.Phbnix-- This matcd was played at Royal Park, and after a a one-sided game resulted in a win for British Star by 12 goals 13 behinds to Plhonix 1 goal 5 behinds. Goal-kickers for British Star-Buckley 4, Whitfield 3, Murphy, Considine, Craik, Greenland, and Smith. For Phmnix-Moyes. Waverley Jrs. v. West Ports.-This inticli was played on the ground of the former at Northcote, and after a very o...

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ALBION UNITED v ALBERT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

ALBION UNITED v ALBERT • PARK. Tuiseo two clubs met last Saturday on the Port Melbourne cricket ground, in the presence of a large number of spectators. Great interest was taken in the match, this being to decide the premiership. From the start the game was very exciting, and resulted in a win for Albert Park by 3 goals 6 behinds to 2 goals 4 behinds. Goal-kickers for the Albion were Fox and Ryan. Power played the game of tie forty, and was well backed up by Stranger, Armnstrong, Quilligan, Dick, Howell, lyan, }eekie, and Walsh.

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LOCAL FIRMS AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

LOCAL FMRMS AT THE SHOW. NonrT Melbourne has always been the nucleus of the agricultural implement manufacturing industry, and the mention of such names as John Buncle, Hugh Lennon, and other pronminent makers who have gone the way of all flesh, recall the days when the foundries and factories of this town were busy to the verge of perplexity, and both employers and eniployes saw nothing before them but permanent prosperity-the former in the shape of handsome profits, andi the latter in the form of a high standard of wages.' Now this:is all altered -and the change hast been so often bewailed that it is needless to do more tItan refer to it here-but the men who have h?ad the destinies and development of, the abvieindi trf-lhanded down to them are not suffering it to flag more than is absoluhtely: impossible to -prevent, ;and their pluck and perseverence have caused a revival even in these dull days, as, the smoking chimneys, buzzing machinery, and clanging hammers heard several weeks...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. Tn:E ordinary meeting of the North Melbourne Branch was held in the Lodgeroomn, Mechanics' Hall, on Thurs day evening, September 3rd. Thlle Pre sident, Mr. Jas. Pickett, in the chair. After the routine business was disposed of, some of the members paid a visit to the Footscray Branch, where they were well received, and spent an enjoyable evening. Tue fifth annual meeting of the Rosemont Cricket Club will be held at O'Connor's Souter Johnnie Hotel, Cur zon-street, on Wednesday, Sept., 16th, at 8 p.m,

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 September 1896

Postal etesh, 'fraomis. ' '9ii may be obtinaeilat'all'Po?it O1ceý, ]u:iare onlyrl(ayable at an;y : ony Order" Office in th OCblony frou 1t a u ."to ` in. l$atnrdayse 10 a.m.'t? noon. Poun?tge nder is. (?d . 2d. No. ;..2, 7 i' ' sd, Victorian Postal Notes sre payable in N.S.W .,"SA fTasnieniill ucensland, aadndfet2 cer (:.(on-payntt the pn~eo nmust affix stumps cqual, to poundaoo)-. rsItai of NtSouth i s South AqstraliaGreav' Jiritain Frrance; Ge' mnniItasy,,anLl. siited States, e ob tamable} at thbi;.Gcnera1. I oat c, Ntcibutsoe ia4i;qantitiec: not t.'ceecdng s. at ,9lleitime. A,;1 cominippsspi;thi be frnglial nucl Foreign Itampps:;purcli 1, and ltl. on every ia: «ortli~of Interc

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