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BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 15TH OCTOBER. (Before C. E. Sturtt, P.M. and Messrs. Staley, Breese. Talbot. and Fleming. J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874

S iRUNSWSCKL POLICE COURT. WVEDNESDAY, 15TH OCTOBER. (Beforo C. E. Strutt, P.M,, and Messrs. Stkaly: Breese, Talbot, and Fleming, J. P.'s) DnIvINx WITHOUT LIGHTS. - John IHennesoy was fiodd 1s: aild 2s.\Gd. aosts for driving writhout lights on th' Sydney roAd. , CRUELTY TO A-Doo.--Josph ,Dennis was fined 5s. and 2s. Ga.; costs for ill-. using a dog. r?sUoVIo' 'A HI' OE;-JOhn ?-Balloh Is :charged witllresoscding aRorso whichi hbi bteh '"oizcd'"for impounding.' After hearing the evidonce,. the ease, was dis misSed." U1U5.{1i eOIri,'I"· JM ,?No CoiTnoL.-H-enry Bain;rfor= ha?r ing nocobntrol over his' horso;'was fined S?. Gd: iiid 2s:'Gd. costis. - ' CIVIL CASES.?'' . rills v. Newson, board, L1 12s. Gd., ordor for L1 12s. 6d. and.l(Js. Gd. costs, Mayor v. Stanaway, rates, L, 14s. 0d. order for L3 18s. 9d. and 5s. costs; Weos. son v. Bingo, goods, L2, order for same and lOs. Od. cots ; TrusAoll v. Stevens. goods, Li 8s., vyrdict for amoiunt and 20s. costs. . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874

Tr . t77 (ý1f P,1Fiit 'f! 7TO b2 EnilO TiI;EET, 1bT -iAM. "E! / r : hiul .'ir ? T E ISELLGLROVE jJ1EG . to-.inform his numerous customers -_ that he is now opening out iLAR GE ANDa i LL ASSORTED, S`RING GOODS oo prrg-- 1 - M i i1lnerytkc.L: . ? -Fancy Goods, -?Clothing .., ....F. lat s Caps;,&c 52 0Lo':T.: OT--AM ro'_, a*-nigiieers,; etci ,:.. TQlii QAand SWANSTON.STREETS,. -, ,", .'tLEL:I9 UU?"r -" ... All ordera ~rincthly attended to. I a, ,i e uncle's - CELEBRATED PRIZE CITAFF CUTTERS w CORN and' MAIZE clRUSHERS, a?2?y1 .ROIESE WORKS: etc., Iron Plauning;Toriig;gBiig, Slotting, Screw .1i;L) Gettinog&;a?rtoorder' - = k S I-D - ,:IDRO N" IV OROK 8, =W.EOK YN 'STREET,' dm -.%- 7 North Melbourne. HENX j T.: RUSSELL, _ E NGIEER, EWMILLW1RIGHT AND E `-- ,'oPATT'ERN MAKER.I ' x 'II' BOLirEr E ,STihEEsTt 1' V • Al S ?iir "pue'otially =attenided to. = T iilrinitha, etc.-, WILLIAM RADFORD. IXIIbLESALEBAND RETAIL TINSMlITH. S 1 PuST OFFICE PLACE, (Late ILttle Bourke street e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1874

. otham NIotices."'.. BOROUGH OF HOTHAM. I OTICE S HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of the Council of the Borough Sof Hotham, at the ordinary meeting to he held in the Town Hall, Hotham, on Monday, the 7th day of December, 1874, at 7 o'clock p.m. to proceod to fix the permanent levels of the undermeutioned streete-viz;. Suttou street, (west of the' Boundary Read.) . Any person objecting to the proposed level of the said street is requested to lodge his objection at the Town Hall prior tothe said date, and he may be heard thereupon at the said meeting. A plan showing the proposed lbevel of the aaidetreet is now dapoeitcd, and may be noon at the Town Hall daily during offico hours. By order, CHAS. E. RANDALL, Town Clerk. Town Hall, IHotham, October 23rd, 1874. N OTICE.-Th' Reglstrar's o1the ot the N Victoila Meat Market Company, Limited, is at the Victoria Meat Market, Elizabeth street north, in the Borough.of Hotham, In the colonys of Victoria, to whlch all communications aud no...

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PAYMENT OF HALF THE COST OF PAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

PAYMElNT O F.IA LF TIIHE COST SOF P1IRV.EMUW; N Sir.-I have noticed soevcr l lettors in your papercomplaining of the delay on the part of the lIotham Council in cnforc ing, from the owners of property, half the cost of their pavement. It is well known that several councillors are liable, they not as yet having paid for that laid down in front of their properties. Therefore, if it should be nccssary to tqkq legal pro. ceedings f6r the recovery from 'property owners their moiety of the cost, it will only bo just that these said councillors should be tho first to beo summoned, becanso the Council could not consistently enforce payment from others whilo several of their body themselves declined to pay. These councillors give as a rea son lhy payment shoul4 not hk madb, that no mention was mido of such iiteni. tion at the time tho loan was contracted, and that no allusion is made toit in the loan schedule. This defence is, in point of absurdity, on a par with that argued by old akler, th...

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THE PAVEMENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

TILE PAVEMENT QUESTION. Sir- I obserro that " Mliddle Ward' wants to know why half the cost of pave. mont is not collected. Now, Sir, I would' like to get that information, too, because on it depends whether I believe Councillor Laurens' word is to be depended on in future or not, as he most distinctly stated over and over again in my presence that the nioney'ivdild be colloeted; now, Sir, why'does he not explin. tlh cCause of the delay, as ihd said.tliat unless the money was collected, tho rates would have to be increased. Vell, I don't want my rate in creased, aud'I do want to see the money collected, aniid Councillor Laurens' silence at this particular time is rather strange, but is it possible hoe is afraid to: elalain a yver simple transaction.-Your's c." ON.Hs; wno VoTED FOu CovuNscLoe Coo.:' , -

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HOTHAM ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

IIOTHAM ELECTION OF MAYOR. - Sir-I-observe some strong comments in in your valuable paper about the coming mall. I need scarcely repeat them, but I fail to see what claim lio has to the much coveted position; ho is compara. tively a young councillor, and for his attention to his duties, I say he has no right to be there if he does not attend to them. Isay the same of any one else but why all this about the election of Mayor. Is there not a rule to elect the oldest councillor to the office if willing to accept it; if so, why not obey that rule which has been so often repeated. Sir, I hold that when that rule is departed from it is not likely to improve tha certain feeling that exists in the Ilotham Council. But I believo there are pro. mises that has toi-be fulfilled -promises nmade a year ago, to wit, " support me in my sayings and doings, and I ploedg you I will do all I aen; and thlere is a certainty of' your being the next Mayor." "All right," says the other, 1Mr. A., and agrees ...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

Letters to the Editor. r?T he .Editor dodi not identify himself wi tc the opinion of correspondents, nor undertlak to return or hold himself responsible forth safe fly cfan communlicatio . SoCuorrespond"uce anddpar ogrupths of local interest kindly furnis/thedrl readers should -be written on one side of the paper only, and be forowarded as early in the week as possible ;: adde:ssed to the "Editor." y{~All letters dishst be accompaniied by the real nanic andt address of the writer--not fr publication, but as a guatrantee of good fmtith. a Correspotondents would oblige uis, anrd sare themselves disappointment and amnomyance, b/ sonding iu their contributlios befora 'hursdamy.

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

Facetiae. A family of original crematlonista-Burn. -A bad habit to got Into-A coat thatis nob1 paid for. STh best method o c'onstruoting a dam-? Without an "a n." Which are thofour mostcorpulent lotters in the alphabot ?-0,. B. C. T. (obesity). How,Patriok `proposes to get over his aingle blesesodness--ly proposing to lridgo it. What is that which'avery one can divide, but no one can see where it has been divided -WVator. Naturalists claim for the crow that it- is one of the bravest of birds, because it never showiv the white feather. Why do women talk less in February than in any other month ? liecause it is the shortest month in the year. Would-be contributor-" I wish you would toll mosometh ig to write about. Editor: SWell I Right about face." A Yankee wanted the Bridgn of Sighs pointed out to him, and then offered to bet America had several bridges twice the size. A histrionic individual, who had heard a good deal about the " theatre of war, " aug. atedth the back seats must be ...

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THE SABBATH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

TIlL SAIIIL U?II Q ~ ION. Although the Sunday question has bedi disposed of for the present, there is every reason for the friends of enlight. enment to rejoice. The public meeting in the Town Hall was an uinmistakable proof that the large majority of the citizens of Melbourne ay'e in favor of a change being made in t?he present mode of observing the Sabbath ,in this city. It is idle to say that by allowing the M[useums to be opened or the trains 'to run on all the Government lines of railway, eicouragemeitiit would beafforded to infidelity. We venture to afirm that those whopro seeking to effect a change in the establishled piptom aro quite as opposed to infidelity as their opponents; and would condemn in the most rigor oidduisnneysra}iy. tendency; to desolerate tho Chi?titiai ?abbat.; :gt,; iti:. our opinion,; the roverso. of:-detocratioue to obtain the liberty of.readillg a book in a library which.. is, sutstaided by public funds, or to vWalk in the ipublic gardens, or to ride in...

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LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON. HOTHAM SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

LIST OF M ATCOIIJs FOIt L SUNIN SLAS0N.. IjOnlld~t HI:COtiD XLPY&R,' Oct: 3ý-IlfhaIhIu, University paddock. Nov, 7-Yaora Yorra at nibht'e Taddook. TIoTILAM IMIPEIRIAL O.C. Oat. 31-Atllag.

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

P'fJJ S ECN TAI~'f( )N. hl'e siubscribers to- tho tOstirnofi4l 14) klr1 Williamn Ulapkc of, ifLotlujo, will imeet n t'1u Town 11.I~tI, oti Wcl'edclgy nest. Tr ttedtiwlo!ilJ oill cotrsistof' ,o beautiful silver oo)rJttio; lla.isd 0il. al olcgoat sltad, together willh a splendidly illttntinated add lrowi. TI'll riru;: p rtr jlldidiitenl1441 will ho on v1eV at tie chip of \Mr. l; walryd'. silvecrmlith. C !ollin, ;t.ro t:.:\leliiiiiii he l'l iibscrilr in. cl de jUL of Lii riuajl1pil hihbil k of North Melbourne,

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Cricket. HOTHAM V. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

Oricket. IIoTIIArO v. FITrzROY. The Itotham Criokot Club opened the season with a two days match against the Fdzroyon Saturdays the 10th and 17th ult., the game no far as it has gone is in favor of the llotham team, although through loomr fielding and the absence of the wicket keeper in the second imnings their op ponents suecaeedod in malcing t loest double the scores they ought to haveo done. The batting of Qrilliths, Young, and Talbot doeservea special mention. The first for his clean batting, and the two latter by careful play, oontributing mainly to the succoas ý. the game. Smart and ItRdgers played well for Fitzroy, though several catches whioh they gave were missed, but being the first match of the seasont the players are rather out of form in the fielding lopartment of the game. Collie, lIastings and ]Byan howled well for ITJtham ,. and Wilkinson and Field for Fitnroy. Subjoinoed.are the scores: oIfoTIA.M, 13T INNINGS. Parish;c Wont, b WVilklson = ... ;'.. '6; .lme", C P!?*m...

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THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

fTHE TOWN HALL. At tho meeting of the Hotham Coun cill, which was held on MoDiday evening, it lwas agreed that the'- new building should embrace, besides th -'accommoda tioi'required by the Government, the followsiig rdoos. It was, however, stipulatecdthit the Town Hall Committee should be empowered to make such alterations is might bodoemed desirable, or lwhich inighit- be sugg-oteAlly I thlie architects : own Hall ... ... SO x 40 Town Clerk's Office ... 10 x 10 Sate Collector's Oflice , i;,.1 x 12 Surveyor's Oice... ... 11 x 12 Inspector of W\eights and 3Me isures ijid NuisancLt 1. x 12 Mayor's Rloom ... ... 16 x 1 Councillors and Co n-... mitteo ltoomul.. ... 25 x 16 Council Chimber ' ... 0 x 20 Library and oeading i ioom 40 x 20 Strong oom, ... ... 1M x S and two Cloak Rooms; that the building be two stories high, .with tower ; that the main entrance to the Town Hall be in Queensberry street; .and Court House Post and Telegraph oflices in Errol ot . . e , et

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THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

THE IWHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. \Vhat ,are'Coiunci'forl Story; and' Cdr tain doing in the.City Council? ?.;y are thdy not active- ii :bringing 'thh Crown Grant iquestion to a suiccessful tmriini tion. It seems most. extraordinary that the laud it Victoria street has not, yet boon handed over to the City Corporation:. The Minister of Lands has promised it, but whether officially or ' not, we are unable to state, and the only impedi-. ment is the non-issue of the Crown Grant. Surely upon such an important matter as this, there b.hold be no am biguity. Twice have the people of North and West FMelbourne spoken out in unmistakable language, while the City Corporation has expressed a desire to proceed with the erection of the ?geessary buildings, immediately after receipt Of the q rmat. TWe hope the gentle. men namue; wil briig the qmatter under the attlention of the proper guthorities with the viGW of having the market removed without further dolay,

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COBURG ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

COBURG RIOAID BOARD. Ti unsA?,Y; OCrrouont 22ud." S".Mr. ldOdwaniWivasvdto d to th aohair, and commeneod thd cusci\i busineos"by reading a ltter from nthe Central' Ieard o'f la?ilth, wlhioc approycd po the oipointmecot of Dr. T. Talbot na heoth oll jco, I?4kic was ealo approved of by the board. Ito nlio stated that a letter hid booeen received fron the Rate Collector, stating that l h ad called upon the defaulters. .Mr. Chapman elated that in his opinion, cortain statenments made by the rano col!cetor had somolthutbc to do wilh the qucic'ry"r~tes,' whercupon ir -Moo srn stated that he behoieved the Iite Uollect or had alluded to this nm'atter merely to di vert the leard from the question at isst-e. inasonlceh no hoe had nothirg to d!o with anything beyond the duties dcvelviltg'aupob.imn 0 hillcotor. c r. r.'ap. man I then e moved-,--;'That all ratuino be rendered by the collootor in n?cordaoca ci with 105of thue l~ocal ioevurucolnt Act. ct lTiduro wore then ordered to bo o.l hd for ...

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Grains of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

Grains of Gold. Civility costs nothing and buys every. thlng,--Lady Iontgeiqc. too beat eduoatiou in thoeworld is that got hy :ltruggling to got : a livlng.--Wendll Phillip.. Noon so thoroughly ovor.eatimato as they who over-estimato themselvoes.-Fredorio IR. Marvin. Tao block of .granite, which 'was an ob. staolo in the path of the weak, becomes a stopping-stone in the pathway of the strong. -Carlyle. h Mies Thackoray says the sum of the evil done by a espootablo and easy.going life may be groater in theq (ond perhaps than that of moan 'dlsastrous careeocr. iLset man keep the law, any law, and his pathway will be strown with satisfaction. rhero ia more dlt?iforenco in the quality of our ploasnro than the amount.-Emorson. The golde iiomonnta in the streamn of life ruslh past us, and we son gothing but sand; the angels come to visit us, and we only know them when they; are gone.-George Eliot. With stupldity and sound digestion man mny front much. But what in those dull, Imagiuative d...

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PYGMALION AND GALATEA OUR POOR FEET AND THEIR POOR FEET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

PYGIhMALION AND ?-ALATEA OUR POOR FEET AND THEIR POOR FRET. In "St. Paul's Magazine" some months sinco an elaborate artiolo appeared on the subject of dress generally, and a special chapter is devoted to coverings for the feet under the headings of "Our Poor Foot" and " Sandals," suggested by the recent produc tion of the drama of "Pygmalion and Galatea," and which achieoved such great popularity in Londonand In our own 1sMe. tropolse of Melbourne. However, our object is not to dwell upon the drama, but the customs as far as the " UNDERSTANDIr?S" are concerned. The writer in "St. Pautl' is evidently in ecstasles with the ancient foot gear, a thup :-' With each stop, with every turn of the ankle, a kind of delicate ripple passed over the Instep, as a thrill runs through a cornfield sometimes under a tender wind ; we were surprised to see how beautilul the movements wore, how grace. f?ul wore the lines from the ankle in every positlon. Presently we disovenrod that thr beauty and the g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

TPhyslclans. . JOIHN F. C+4 iAc, AL. V.,C.S.EF Formerly Phyoiian ti the, 4Golng Infirmary andi 11anvolonti 'Asylumn, fourteen years AMidicalOlhficer to the Oeoloue hOrphhin AsLyuift flate Snrgcon Suoprinteudent to the Imnoigra. tion Commuissioners of Victoria and Now South Wales, &e., he. 47 VICTORItA RTET?tl' -gEl4T, lOT lAt. ELE.CTIIO.MAINETIO and 0G vanio E L13,Treatnent in Paralysis, Ti:-daloureur, Neouralgi, lthcnmntium, -Iobd naoue, Loal Dobilitioe. e.- - At IIomag for consultaltion:: Morning, fromn 9 till l;i;fvtiine?from 6till S. I) 130 COLLINS-SPRt'IIT EAST.'i : CANCE? R WIT IOUT O ['iEATION, Tomors, Swollingi, U:Uibei,: Rhouiniatiom and ,ChronlioDiseonea of the Blood Diseraos po?fiflir to.1'ialaes nod. Children. Houras of Conalt?tioun- atartninai, I tillt 1 O'Clooul: 'Ereniugs,,. till S O'Olook. .. rIt. S. J. BU it K. .-D7_.(Lat JLoyalay), - ..... E'TTIUICK lOUSE1, next cornr, of LEVESON and VIC 'ORIA STREEITS,' IOT11AM. Hours of Consultatioli 8 to 1P?'clook Mornin...

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TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT AN IRISH WAKE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

TI~IltIILLW E CCIDIE'NT AL' AN II qtIS A terribl naoollonit, say a lottor from I)oblln of thb 7th instant, ooeturrod last night at a "waknlo"in Iittle Strand stro?t, Dl)ublin a dark and narrow thoroughfare which runst parallel with the line of quays near assox Blridge. A party of betwecn twenty and thirty persons wore assembled in a room on th6"sooond floor of an old, dilapidated house to oxpress with Edwardl Keolly, a quay portor, the aillioted father of an infant two months old, ! who'died !yesterday. The company were rovelliha according to the liarbarous custom of tholower claseos, which they case not'be persuaded to abandon, wholi the floor gave way, and they woeo all precipitated to the baoeeaont, with the ontents of tho room in an midistinguishablo hoeap. A scene of groat confusion and alarm ensued. The. greater number were oble to extricate them selves from the ruins, and assisted in getting our their comrades-a task rendered more ditiloulb by the excitement and pressure of a...

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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874

NIATIONAL MUSEUM. The number of visitors to the National Museum of Natural History and Gecology for the wcek oending October 24th was 1341. The Museum is open to tho Ipub lie daily (Sundays excepted) from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. in the National Museum build ing at the back of thoe University.

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