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British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
British and Foreign. According to another Vienna tolegram the Sultan has given an order for 230 Krupp guns. The police, searching In the alums *of Paris, have seized a pasto, sold In tin boxes, which by contact with water, takes fire and burns witlhgreat intensity. Two nreshave lately taken place in the London Postoffice and Stationery Depart nont, from the spontaneous combustion of the oiled paper nsed in the telegraph depart. oent. , . SIn the English Postmaster-Goncral's report it is stated that about 16,700 letters were postedlast year without any address whatever, and that nearly 500 of the letters contained cash, cliecks; or bills of exchange to the value ofmoro than X13,000. The number of gallons of proof British spirits consumed in the United Kingdom ending December last, was 28,008,501; the proportin' being : England nearly 00,0 gallon Stld arly ,000,000 gallons,SctlicncTnealy T,000 and Ireland not quite six and a quarter miil. lions. This is a bad record for the Scotch. Th...
WHY PERE HYACINTHE RESIGNED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
1WHY PEIRE IIYACINTIIE RESIGNED The correspondott of the " Pall ilSt Gazzotti" at Geneva, writing under date of the ith instant,':says :" "The resignation of Pere IIyaoiuthe of his functions as cure of Genove, has caused a certain sensation here, but has taken no one by suprise. Iths put an end to a state of things which for many months past was becoming more and more intolerabl to Mt.Loyson. Invited to Geneva In the name of the Liberal Catholics and elected to the position of cure, he constantly and consiatonly adacoated the reform of the Church of IRme, always insisting that he belonged to that Church, loved it, and by no means wanted to overthrow it. lie soon discovered that a considerable section of the Liberal Catholics wore, as he says, " Nlither Liboral in sentiment nor Cathollo in religion," and that their chief object in supporting him was to make use of him as an instrument for the destroction of the. church of. which lhe still professes to he a member. In addition to this...
SABBATH QUESTION IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
SAlIIATH : QUESTrON IN BIIRUS WICK. . At the public meeting, called by the Mayor qf .Brunswick, to consider MIr. Wood's llotioi, a largo.- gattherinFg as seinbled, and there were only th4re dsseon- tients to tlhe following resolutions:-1. That the Sabbath is a divifely" apiiiointed institution for lhplboofli of, ll men. 2. That this meeliug woulo vsiow iitli :g'rcnt. alarm any logis atioii heroby tio pri vilogos of the day of -rest would be .nulli fledoridestroyed by any section of 'the community. 3.--'That a memorial be signer by' tho. Mayor, on behcrlf of this imcctini agdinst _r, %rood's motion.
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 21ST OCTOBER. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Breese, Fleming and Staley.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
BRUNSWICK. COURT. " WVEDNESt.LY, 21ST OCTOnER. (Before ?Ir. Strutt, P.lI., and ?eossrs. Breesc, Fleming and Staley: - 'Ir. T. Martin was fined is. for allowing his horse to wander. James Ledgrove, charged- by Constable Shaffray with having no control over his horse and dray;Pwas fined 2s. Gd. with 2s. Gd. costs. Constable McKenzio v. P. Henryhan, fordriving two horses and drays on the wrong side of the Sydney road, was fined 5s. and 2s. Gd. costs. - Robert Farrington, was also fined 2s. Od. and 2s. Od. costs in default 24 hours for having no control over his horse and dray. Grylls v. 1aeCormaelfor -Ll.s., pro-. lessional services rendered;-order-for-the amounit and 5s. costs. A dirty looking urchin named. George Higgins was charged by Sergeant-O'Shan. assy with stealing iigeoasi,':tho property of: Joseph Day; as there were two other pigeon fanciers implicated in the pilfering, who had not been secured; it remand was applied for and granted. Joseph Goodrich, . a young lad, was charge...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. SATURDAY, 24TH OCTOBER. (Before Dr. Lloyd, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
Police, ILOTIIsA COUIRT. n?TD tno, 24TII OCTOIIEI. - (]loforo Dr. Lloyd, J.P.)'. ,AontiT? T --TWO rather dilapidated ?ecinmens of the fair sex, named Ann ?owall and Jlridget dlcGee, were brought jop ns yagontis; one of the ladies hod been an inmate of the Benevolent Asylum, and the other was discovered supplying her i, chum" with whiskey ohbtained from "outside." The pair wero cautioned and discharg d. - ; r O, E . OxpI', 20R O TOrnE, :nusv?.-- Decnis O'Shea, htd bon on' joying himself, shaling off tliohe toils"'of rude labor in fact, *but had indulged in r bad rum, tbohe consequence of w?*cvh was.htllth had to apptar before the lietidh. The ,Tnstico, afror looking very severe for a momenct or two, canutioned O'Shea upon the enormity of - l.-n but in consideration of it being his first offence, he was dischargcd. TuEsnAV. OcTonuin 27TImI. ... etorp IDr. Moore, JT.'.) , B?irv ion.-'ams hync was soiiieoliet ziddiotcte tO rowovd' be l havior, while in l stitte of beer, and con, duetcd ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
Marriage: DAWSON--TILLEY.—On the 21st &nbsp; &nbsp; inst., by special license at St. John's Church, La Trobe street, Melbourne, James Dawson, Esq., Solicitor, William street, Melbourne, formerly of Edinburgh, Scotland, to Eliza- beth Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. John Hugh Tilley, Hotham, and grand daugh- &nbsp; ter of the late Captain Washington Hugh Tilley, H.E.I.C.S. No cards. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
BAZAAR IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1874
BAZAAR IN BRUNSWICK. A sale of gifts in aid of the building fund of the Brunswick Wesleyan Church was &nbsp; &nbsp; opened at three o'clock, on Wednesday after &nbsp; noon, by Mr. George Higinbotham, M.L.A. at the Mechanics Institute, Brunswick. The hall presented an animated appearance, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; being surrounded with stalls well furnished with elegant fancy articles, embroidery, Berlin wool goods, photographs, electo- &nbsp; plated articles, with a prepouderanes of items of utility in addition to those of an ornamental character. A donations of some handsome specimens of pottery from Mr. &nbsp; Alfred Cornwall, of the Brunswick Pottery, &nbsp; formed a conpicuous feature in the display. Two ladies had, as usual in such bazaars, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; been chiefly instrumental in providing the goods-those who had been most conspicuous in that respec...
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
Letters to the Editor. ,"T CUorrespondents woldd oblige un, and save tlemnsclven disappointment and annouanrcl,, b sennding in their contributionns befor . Thur.daray ?The E'ditor does not identify hiself with the opinion of correspondents, nor uandertake to return or hold himself responsible forlthc safety of any communnication. C~r Correspondence andparragras of local interest kindlt furnished by readers should be written on one side of the paper only, and be forwarded as early in the wee/ as possible ; ahlressed to the " Editor." ft.,All letters must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer-not for pnblication, but as a guarantee of good
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 28TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
'BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 28TIr OCTOBER. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), and Couiecillors Tinning, McDbnald, Stranger, Staley, Cook, Flcm. ing, Ilutton, and Overend. CON; inSPONDrENCE. The correspondence was of a very meagre character. A circular .was received from the Secretary of the Humane Society, solici ting. a. donation. The application was postponed until the charity vote was con aidered' - . A let(er was received from Messrs. Malleson, Stewart and Co., intimating that the correspondence between the Melbournuo Gas Company and the Coun cil had'been' sent to them by the company, with instructions to sue the Council, if they considered the company's claims could be sustained. Received. AL ;circular was received from the Metropolitan Board of Works Conference pointing out* the necessity which existed for such a board being established. Reo THE LOAN. .The Mayor announced that two tenders hlid been received for the whole amount of theo.loan,of 8,250, viz-one from...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
SCricket. a N0orthorn v.'l la ido, resulted in a vioalo I is for'the latter, the eoores beogi at follows e ?llside 44.: Northern 34. , Thaeday behug unofavorable for cricket there was very lit tie play shown by either side. , N,,orthern v. Victoria Parade will pia y a o ma.obih. the Uaiversi ty: 'addook'at, 3 ? ;m. sharl . Tae. following are nto reprelenCtthe N.rt'hte' -Fallhaw?. (oapl.). Coeuey, (vice. oapt.), ]"otrleon,o Moody, Aitkeo, Ea die, SIlghees; D!noaon, saoun., Seel, Booth, iar.por, J mnorgenoy, .'CTylor. . Ifothnan U.,ited v. IIuthr,m Impel it,! mixed team.-'l'his matoh wa.. played in the i IRoyal Plrk on Saturday laws, whiob resulted t in a draw In fa vor of the Ilotham United. I tae following are thae oorea .:-Ioahsm lnited 130, 1 otham Imperial 27. Heidelberg . Ivauboe.-A match wa d played betwe on those clubs on the groundof the latter a' s Ivanhoe, on Saturday ait, which result ad l a viotory for the Ileidol. berg club, by 83 runo. The batting of la Ifoesre. Lea oh ...
HALF THE COST OF PAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
HALI` THE COST OF PAVEMENT. The Town, Clerk announced at the Council meeting on Monday evening, that £"45 had been received from persons resident in the borough in payment of. half ..the cost of tarred pavement.'. .Vs are like. wise, informed that as soon ,as-suflicient time elapses, all persons failing to' pay half the costof pavemoent will be legally, proceededagainst. We givo'publicity to this : statement i for +theo information' of several correspondents who appeared to bd under the impression' that the pave menti'noney'rwould not beo' ollected.
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
" Struck Oil.. serms to hawv been ro-, placed upon the stago for the samuo reiasonu that actuated tlhe managosent cut o. the Opera house in reproducei g "Lad Ville| Angot," viz.-a desire to aliEd the c,"un"I try visitors an opportunity 'e witnessiul, Jae piece which has, been so ex1traordia?rily popular. The house is nightly crowdod.
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
. AmuseuOents.. 'Tim OP'ERA. " La Fillo de fMadamo Angot" has been again reproadiced, and appears to. bt as attractive as ever. ' L'ja ouse .is well filled each ;night. very often to in con venience. M".rs.: Fox .sustained~ the part of Clariotte in place of L\Iiss . Thos up son, and acquitted herself .te ",he satistlc tion of the audience. The opo'a will -be continued during the race week, in ord.er to allow the 'slunerous visitors at jlrscl it in town an :opportunity of witnalssm.g it.
NO LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
SNO LIGHT..- : During tho ircading of the out'wiad: correspondence in the IIotham Council on Monday evening, a discussion arose " upon ad commuuniation whichl had.l been for warded to the Secretary of the ,fMelbourne Gas Com"iany.' It appeared,from' theo letter,' that a number of lamps had 'ibt been lighted in various parts. of the borough; miore 'spocially' inth'leeiglhbor. hopd of Hothnii l'ill: Counollor 1Laus-! ens 'dre?w?h atciitioi: of t "e' pblico d o ti cir~ihistani'e?, nd' fronti inquires miieo it??as rdiscovered.,: t' 'the .laminplighter had been on the beer.. ,The Town Clerk accordiogly drewtho Seeretary's attention to this fact, and insisted that in future the lampsshofild be lighted in accordance \vith 'the speciliationus The :'ish ap. peared to be very general'oi tnthe pait of. thoe councillors, who took,.part .in the discusiobh flii? thbe gas cniompny should not beoallowed to depart from the specifi-t cations; and.it wasimentioned'as a some what fortunato3 oircunistan...
MR. DETMOLD'S PREMISES, COLLINS STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
M1R. DETMOLDi PRlEMISES, COL LILNS S 'TIREET. Considerable altera?tions have taken place in MIr. Detmold's stationery ware-. house, Collins street, sine., the fire, some months since. Another .s'ory has been added, and the interior hasm been altered in such u manner as to afford la: tgely increas ed-aceommodation. Spacious \apartlments have been fitted up for the bokbinding and general manufacturing ' n b.snes, and the newest and most iimpro?ed" ma chinery has been imported. Offices for the accountants, clerks, managers, &-e., are placfd on . the ground floor, .' while the warehouse is capable of b?olding one of the largest stocks of stationery and paper of every kind to be found in Mel bourne. Mr." Detmold has removed fromn his temporary' premises in Little .Collins street, and' is " now in "the' Collins street building;' and there is no doubt that the facilities :for 'traasacting .business which " the in. larged premises places at his command, will speedily put him at .the...
THE ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
"rHEi> SiMLIr . .SooTTISILr A D 'i AUSTIRALAN O-K ARTERED 1 BANK. " :! : Anotler brinch of this bank lias been olitied in Flemington, opposito the Town Hall.'KHtlierto tlicio has been no 'oankinni icrommoriidation in that todnshlishpand the B~ouigh Coincilc hare been eom olled to keep: their acecoilit ii. Ielboiin.o inistiit i This pl iabn hfouad to bo. ht; te' kitlh great in?conoonven;in ?e iwhich twill.now bo obriated by" the estabEilment of a bankin tlie locality. ::'It wilt like. wiso be a great convenieneo' to, te" resi, dents generally. z
ANOTHER LOAN FOR HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874
AN.OT1HEI LOA~ ,N:OR OTHAar? ": Vo'believe if the Local Government Bill'is-passed, as printed; tl Boroiigh'or lothamll will be enabled -o borrowi a mucli larger amouut, at 'vry favoiablo terms, nouti of the principalobeinig i equired to bo repaid for a period of ;l-years. 'I'ho need of. anolther loan . is becoming daily more appareit, and it r p is obtnnied; which tlere is very lttle reason to doubt, it will be ite nmcaus of efflcting very many improremints in tlh borou'i 'whicli are much aesii.od.?' .,* " * .i · . C;?