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American Items. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
Americn ,Iioms. West Virginia has three hundred .fptiat, olinrchees. i 1 I TheChicrgo " Tribune',' say that the corn drop iue'Ilinolse has bien damaged by the dronght., Theoaverage interest on investments in Eugland ha declineod 1 per cent in' tho last ten years. Conetiotlont talka of admitting female sufforago under the condition of a 500 dollare property' qnallfletlotn." ,It is itatod -th t theo state of the (dhiof JustIcc'Oliaso wilt amount, -whon -ail-his debts arc'paid, tbo aout 1051000 dollars. Philadelphia soarahoavonward with schemce to bnlld twelve now ehurches, bmeting in 'all 500,000. The ntonation at Old Orchard, aMemphis, is the proposed marridge of the son of a rich l;oaton merchant anrd a pretty wraitsreas. A proposd" conatltutlonla amoendment in Miahigan, conferrlug the rightof sulrferge on, the fair sex, will bo voted' on in autumn. - The kidnapping buslnoss hba extended to Lowell, 'Mass, where the twin daughtera of a 'citizen have mystorlotialy dleappeared. St. .on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
S. . Tinsmiths, etc. TWILLIAM RADFORD. TTHOLESALE AN! RETAIL TINSMITH. yy 19 POST OFFICE PLACE,.". (Late Little B]ourke street cast).%.. Awarded Prize Medal, 1872 and 1873. Taikseiaths. and alt kiidsof: Tin and Shoot Iron Goods, to order:. " - Jobbing promptly attended to. All kinds of Passengers' Tinware constantly on hand. .?:. BATRATS.I3TOS. r PINSMITHS, ITIPUMBERS, AND 1 CGASPITTERS, 77 QUEENSBERRY STREET, IIOTIIAM Vater and gas laid on, baths made and fitted at the most reasonable terms. All orders punctually attenuded to. S· Estalilishdd 1805. .1J A J DEJ15MAD, ?THIIOLESALE AND RETAIL TIN. Begs to inform the Inhabitants of IHotham, West Meolbonurno, R, that he has com. 1 monoca Bduinessieat. No. 4, VICTORIA STREET, -WEST. MELBOURNE. " Where ho ltprepareodte execute ally kinds of work, v?iz: _?riaea0pppero Iron, Zinio; Repaira of all kinds oxoected with Neat snes and Despatch. X - S SPOUTING FIXED. I Plumbing, Gas Fittnig, , `n. Estimates given.., i S Conveyances. 0 /1'. ?' CAB...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
DraPea, etc. E D E PPATTERNS, . I.: I:TrroNEjY ,ABHIONS at JI DI2' ES , ý ,ESTABLISHMENT,' UornerofL rLyoh and Eulgin atreets- Carlton, ".W 1. DLX1 hls muiioh' pleasure In in 1r112g is - nhumerous customors and.the 3adi· jo Aeraly;,- that In conseq11510" of I ihirclopg busiuee ehe;heagr eatly, enlrgedi hisam pren:ioo, and, is a,.now, nowmng a:i thlorouehly well-asorted, ttok of .. N3E'ý UM MEII I) RA P Y .eoontltag of a lirge assortment of " P" '.ciqW I1URN r, FANCY CAMBItICSi SDjESS tATlRIALS, JAFPANESE . n , -SILKS, &o, .. " ITHE ATEST FASIIION IN MILLINERY 'All them $oo'de1hbave bean oarefnl1y' es eoted, and wIll be offered at;- most aeaq tson kbl" prloa. .I,n PrTO1 THE 'GENTLEM?N. .IDXON" ha mnuoh pleasure In in niiog that Intlmca,tbate beeb as now Sddid t;hia .buinot. TAILORINTG DE .atTMANT Td "as.. engaged,~. fimst-olu" sptter4 a as preparod to e wouet erd oat tsootest notice. `Twsed Soitt., ,auor PsgetGCoatoinTforma his "numerou ctth berst snaterý 'l' uctý Vot:unship....
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 October 1874
C ' :Cricket. A match was played in the Royal Park between the West Melbourno and Golds brough cricket clubs, the West Melbourne keeping possession of the wickets nearly the whole of the afternoon for the total of 211 rune, of whioh W. IIrat, (captain) scored 60, playing a really fine innings ; Leonard put his 28 together very quickly and by some ocoas!onally good play, although two easy chances of ,atumping were missed ; Harrison made 32 showimg some really tall hitting, in one instance making a drive o0er the bowler's head for nine. Goldebrough then went to the wickets and had scored 13 when time was called without the loan of a wicket. The following are the saores : WEST MELBOUINE. J. Fulton, o Ititohel, b Parker ... . 12 C. Gillmao, b Parker .. ... O W. Hlurat, (capt.) oh w, b Parker . 60 W. Leonard, ran out ... ... .. . 28 J. Kingsland, b Tobin ... ... 13 Hoar, b Parker . 8.. W.: Smith,. o Tibin, b Parker ... 0? G. Soown, b Parker .. ...... 4 D. Harrison, b Tobin ....; .. . 32 ...
COUNCILLOR LAURENS AND THE PAVEMENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
COUNCILLORLAURuENS AND TIIE PAVEMENT . QUESTION. Sir-I believe that Councillor -Laurens has nothing to say why the collection for pavement is'not made. Surely it wra -:a plain question and required a plain answei. lie was ready endugh to 'interfero in the elcetion to get out Mr. Caine, all because he said he wanted the money collectedt as it was' a fair charge. Now, .Sir, it appears to me, and a great many. Iholre besides, .that Councillor Laurens makes, many more promises than he. can perform, I am sure since I have read in your paper the Council meetings, Ihare seen him do all the talking, but now, Sir, it looks very muchlikoei he was afraid to meet the light of day by letting the publio know why he don't advooeto collecting the pave ment money; ·lhy should some ,persons have all pavement and others go without it. Thisis not fair, and I say theo sooner it is altered the better, I believed Councillor Laurens when he told me the money would. be collected and all treated alike, but n...
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
Letters to the Editor. ~j?y The Editor does not identify hinmself wi e the opinion of correspondents, nor undertlake to return or hold himself responsible forthe safety of any communication. "tj!, Correspondence and paragraphs of local interest kindly furnished by readers should be stritten on one side of the palpe only, and be fosrwarded as early in the week as possible;. addressed to the " Editor." gtj4All letters must be accompanied by thereal name and address of the writer-not for publication, but as a guarantee of good freith.. ??i' Corresponulents would oblige us, and save themselves disappointmnent antl annoyance, bs sendinhg in their contributions beforo T'hursday.
HANDBALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
H A ND1BA LL. The I Io-sing o u thn p~rirw!pal mntuoec that to It pi torn Seterday. M-nare nrr.een an: I Twolnoy cind Neloru. Commorford en Il Leehy wyere the hirat goolineumt to omnnpotu for honirs. A. rn,'.;,r tl titrin gecene ovne pleyryel, cohjIe uoncladle fvor oI theo Inter geetlemee by one aon.- %fernrn. Ccertanht teed MCoincer.e rent pleyed Meecrs. Leecg. teem end a weornolcrcl - umnteli el throe 'nmeon. T..0, gicein mn very loturnetleg, rine the lerat lien e the hell, batlh cont nnoiten beIng Ingin ixonllel E(rir. Alter M1r. Cetteten electr. Ml' ainern nod Mr. Leeg. hem and hie partner aid 4ezh won a a gam. by diet of hard play and ood judgmeiint, came the great " tug of ?war!4fortlio Ilnibh. The competitors were-15, 10, 17, 19, and 20 acoo "all." Mr. Langham, whuoe hlnud wa in at this stage of the game, sent his partner, Mr. CuOnomorford, in to. serve the bhll. IHe cut it in aplondld..atyle,. buht 1r. Curtain eont it in again, amidst deafening choero, to to butted by Langha...
Cricket. NORTH STAR C.C.V LORNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
Cricket. . SNOTH R "TAR C.C. V LOSRN. A match was to be played on Saturday, hut ended in la walkover for the former, th-ough the latter not turning up. SA match will be played between the North Star and Ilothrm Star U.C. The following will ropresout the former, viz. :-J. Etter. shank, (Onpt;) A. i Short, (vice-capt) .V. Ettbrshnk, P. Carlyle,, A. B-gae, J. Car. lyle.WV. lair,. J. Warsay, J. Robortson, J. Pearsonu, .. Waghorn. Emergencies-A. Switzer, W. Edmonds. A matcu4iwa'X playcd on Saturday last at Albert PrF''between the Hotham Imperial 1st eleven and the Cobden C.C., the game ending in a draw'in'favor of the Cobdoo. A match will be played on Seturday next in the Riyal Park between toe Ilotham Im. perinal ad IHillide .let elevens. The fol lowing will represent the Impeoial :-Towors (clpt.), .Couloll (vlooccipt. , Dale, Clayton, Mtrray, ililton;; Rchmond, J. Ilobertson, Morney, Grant, Johnatone. Emergnoties. Fullarton, Dunoan. A matahwillbe played on Saturday next in the lRyal Pa...
Meetings. AUSTRALASIAN WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY—MEETING AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
'Meetings: .' AUSTRALAS ANI WESLEYAN MISSION AlRY SOCIETY--MEETING AT 1IOTIIAMn. - Tlis annual mooting of the Australasian Wesleyan Missionary Society was hold on Thursday evenlnt, OJtober 1ith, in the Huo them Wesleyan C toroh, M[r: William Clarke, J.P, occupying the chair.; Too church was very fairly filled. The annual report was read by the Rev. Mr. iferrymsn, which ihonss that the receipts were £1055 in excess of the previous year. - The total receipts amounted to £13.017 Os. 5d., and the expenditure to £13,250 G6. 41., leaving a balance of £666 '144. ld. lunco the maskig up of, there state ments, Payments have been made on behalf of the Chinese mission in fMelbourne, thus re. duoing 'the orodit balaneos. An item of £1,441 10,, Od. appears on the list for the maintenanuce of the "John Wesley," but it is only right to add that the value of the vessel's labor amounted to £1,788 101. 0J. so that, i nstead of being an expense, iho' has: mate. rially increasod the funds, of the Socie...
THE NEW MAYOR OF HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
T'IIL " NI.1v M1AVUIL U17 I [UT] tA111. IJiitnvby tlls n(j Lhtt when rnmI, tmomiiit to groat eminence their ideas be .cmo changcd, aiid they are on longer recongiisabl by their formier ncrlucpndn ilmono. TI i Co u iciit of theu tIiroil to da y is in Iongir fanmiliar pith hisi bnssmn fric Li of y roterdliy. We trujt thtin will not happen jin ths tau of the uew -Mayor of Hotham. As, a warrior he will no doubt be feared ?nd, respected, but the brilliancy of IhdiMayoral posi tion should not prevent hin from attend ing to'the minor details. of his office ; and this' can only be discharged by a personal attendance atthoTown Hall each day. Then again he will have the building - : upon his hands, and the Mayor can either retard its progress or promote its speedy erection. We have no doubt Councillor Clarke will be found thoroughly well qualified for the position he will shortly-occuipy. During the last two or three year- he has not. missed a single meeting of the Council, and has brought to...
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 14TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
B- UNS1W(IOK CQUNCIO. WreDitsn.r. Ilrz Ooionrn. Presont-IHis VWorship the Mayor (in. the chair), andll Connaillor n Tinning McDonald, Stronger, Staloy, Cook, Flea ing, hutton, nnd Overenld. A letter was forwardld from the Ronads and Bridge?s ])cparlllmeiln eclllosiggi at poli Iion which hlad beenl r1polrve4 fromn tt1 iiin raIte1layro 1ii lho llorougll h ILSrunaLik, tn.iyig .or sr e atrion fi'ont t it lBorough, and aslking to bejoined to tho district of Coblrg. It was reoolvod that the Coun oil would oppo.se the plolition, and the reasonls for so doing would ho sent to the iomnulissioner by letltop Threo lottecs Wer rgceived romlll the noling clerk of tlno Iegi.hlltio Counoil, itslilng for eoerlln isfomllatiOll a to thLs numllber of persons ulienttlled to voto for thel Upper Ilousl who were rulteplyeris i Irusnswiuk. D5AItAi. s' The PusblifWorks 'Committe broi1ht up a report recommending ,that"plans mightbeprepared for the drainage scheme. After a considerable discussion the subject ...
THE TOWN HALL, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
THE TOWN --ALL, IIOTIIAn. The gratifying intelligence has been. received by the IIothiam Council from the Public Works' Department that '£2,500 has been placed at the disposal of that body 'towards the erection . of, public buildings: in Ilotham. The Council resolved' itself into' a comnimittce of the" whole, at' the close of the meeting, to take the letterinto consider. tion, anudhdopt-such measures as might be deemed necessary. Judging by the feelingdisplayed by councillors, no time will .be .lost .i preparizig,plans'fodthd new? buildings, and if due diligenice is exercised tenders should be called . for the work being proceeded' with very iearl in :'tlio new year. .Ifliossible, accommodation should be .provided for, a Free Library. Sufficient funds could be eieddily obtained' fromn the eatepayers to wards . purchasiiig books, and the Government.wodild no doubt liberally aid, such' a 'movem.ent. In connectioio with tle subject of the erection of the Towti' Iall,;we think it bus ri...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 19TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
Borough Oouncils. I-OTHAIK COUNCIL. MONDAY, l19r OcToERn. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Cook, Clarke, Laurens, Thomas, VWhite, Ryan, and Carroll. COnRESPONDElNC, . Three letters were received from the Clerk of the Legislative Council,' asking for a return :of. the number of persons qualified to vote for the Uppet House. SFromn the Central, Board of Health, 'stating that the Superintendent of 'th Board would shortly visit.the workrooms and factories in the borough, and asking for 'the co-operation of_the Council in facilitating the objects of the Superintend ent. RIferred to the Local Board of Health. S ToWN HALL. :A letter was received from the Public Works Committee, agreeing to grant £2,500 in aid of the erection of post and telegraph ofclees; the letter also set forth the accommodation required, and asked that plans might be sent of the proposed building for thie approval of tihe depart meat. Councillor White thoug?ht the matter should be referred ...
ANNEXATION TO THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
ANNEXATION TO THE CITY. It is'.stated it. is -not improbable that a movement maybe again set on foot 'for the ainexation of tliheEasteri Ward to' the city. If-Esuch an intention exists we fancy that it is not very generally enter tained by the ratepayersia that locality, although there can be no doubt there has been a great deal of discontent manifested in connection with the expenditure of- the lean. It would, however, in our opinior, he far better thliat the 'grievances should be specially set forth. Tlho'publio can. thens estimate their' importance, and if _the totlaanu Council cefusea to take temin 'nto consuidcratisi wittl'csae vsew"'orer dressing them, it will be timine enoughli to talk seriously..about annexation.
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
THE ENGLISIH AND SCOTTISH B3ANK. It will be perceived, in* our adverti sing columns, that an agencyof the above bank will be opened in Brunswick under the iunagemuent of Mr. William Clarke, man. agerof the IHayniarket branch. It speaks well for the rapidly increasing importance of. Brunswick that the necessity for a second bank exists. Comparativcely but little banking necohniodation" exists throughout Eastast ourko, althoughll the district is alarge one,is rich in agricultural. resources, and includesa large. number of shires and-road boards. The bank will be opened for two or three fdays during each wck, until such time, w~ suppose, as the increase of business' nocesitates a perma? inent branch.
AN UNNATURAL MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
AN UNNATURAL MOTHER. On Friday last, a newly-born child wits found alive is Arden slreet, Hothatn. On Monday, a wvoman named Margaret Rlyan was arrested by the police on a chargeoof exposing the child, and after her arrest she admitted being the mother of t le child. She was sent to the Lying-in Hospital, where she will remain till' it to 'be .taken before the' Court. "
AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874
Hotham: MSE. Loja 27 Qn:ensbIrryat. Carlton: nlr.'j Ca arydor OVIrIiaabothiatro;t, Mrr. Gregory, Lyrgon atr eti'e ErunswiokrI fr. Ectersali, Sydnoy road. Coburg: M1r: Turoham. Sydnoo road. Collingwood : Mrs. Mrcnrullio, 194 Gertrudo strcot East Collingwood: [r. ,W. T. COpper, 130 Welington street, Fitzroy: Anr. oodritrf,llrunowick etrcot. - 1 1thnm: Mr. Andrews. Henidulberg and Alphington : Mir. O'Keofe.