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JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
JOLLY & 'DRY'S `'aD MOUNT FORD'S TROPHIES.' . Tie weekly meeting in connecti6n' with the above was -held at the "Union Hotel, Russell-street. , on Tuesday, 22nd inst., at 8 p.m., 7 delegates being present. lMr ' WV._ELlarke_jn the chair. The minute' of the two previous meetings were read and confirmed. Protest entered by by British Star against Prahran was held over till next meeting. The followving are last Saturday's matches : Paris United v Parkville.-This match was played at Royal Park, and after a very rough game resulted in a win for the latter-by :1 goals 4- behinds to 2 goals 5 behinds. Goal-kickers for Parkrille were Mlaplestone, Taylor, and Gavan; and for Paris, Howard and Soutar. Prahran v British Star.-This match was played at Fawkner Park, and resulted in a win for the former by 4 goals 5 behinds to 2 goals 7 behinds. Considine kicked the two goals for the losers. Hillside v Phaonix.-The former gave Phwmix a walk-over. The following are the number of matches pla...
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
RUNNING SHOTS. Final flutter Last Saturday. '!Snadger" absent.t. - Ditto McDougall.:. ;" Geordie Oates redivirus. And also "little" Snow. The antithesis of the team. --T-rp.-kickl the s literugoaln . But how, many shots did he have 1 Riordan, out of several tries, managed, to "hit the post" once. Murray did useful work on the'wing.• - Didn't " Monty" do so too-" I, should smile." . "Paddy" Taylor as game as 'the immortal pebble:.. ,.. .. As good a ruck asaany in the competition. -Griersou, Carrie, Graham, and Torpey. "Son"' Noonan did a rare lot of grafting back. So did Ernie T4undei'for that mattei. The Melrose contingent,' With a little polish, will show a lot of them the way next eason. Now then delegates, isn't it about time you answered those lettes' of " Veritas" 1 Who's" Veritas" anyhow, and what's his trouble--'my troubles.'"l ; . You are quite right old man, there's some thing wants seeing to, lobk at the "gates " they are getting'
ST MARY'S (C. OF E.) LITERARY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
ST MARY'S (C. i. E.) LITERARY SOCIETY THE usual fortnightly meeting of the abovesociety was held in the schoolroom, Howard-st., on Friday, 18th inst., at 8 p.m.. There was a fair number of mem bers present to hear a lecture by Mr. Joseph Morris (ex-president of the Port Melbourne Debating Society) on " Does our present Social System need altering." The Rev. F. H. Gibbs occupied the chair in his -customary efficient manner. Before the lecture was 'proceeded with tihe usual routine business of the society was dealt with, and it was decided; to close the session with a lecture, to be delivered in conjunction with the Tem perance Society by Dr. Zicliy Woinarski, on the " Physiological aspects of Alco hol," on Tu.,sd.,, 20th 1ctobrr. The chalirm.an then ebtiily intiroduced. 'he lecturer, whom he said. was a stranger in this district. . Mir. Morrit, who was received w;ith applause, dealt tirst with the iitle of his subject, and detailed at length many serious defects of our present social...
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure iLertn. Please oplt same in Editor's Box. TtIE North Melbourne Rovers meet for practice on the North Melbourne Re creation Reserve to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon. The annual meeting will take place at Dolan's Taout o' Shanter hotel, on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Melrose (winners of Lceeming and McMaster trophy) have entered for the Metropolitan matting competition this season, and play their first match against the Bohemians (last year's winners) on the Melrose pitch on Saturday, 10th October. Pa&RcILLE CntICKET CLUB.t-The fiot annua! meeting- waUshe!Lat_ T. Hayes, Union Hotel, Russell-st., on Fri day evening last, about thirty being pre sent and MIr W. E.Clarke occupied the chair. The following office-bearers were elected:-Patrons-Messrs S. P. Rey nolds, D. V. Hennessy and G. Mount ford. President-Mr .,. -A.-Ho?lett. Vice-presidents--Messrs. T. Haves, A. Dry, H. Hayes, ...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
MELBOURNE CITY COUUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN.. Samuel Amess ... retires 9th Nov., 1899 C: U NC .I CILLOun?c.,on it .. Jacob IMarks ... retires lt dor., 18906 James Dyuon.;. , , 1897 Riii?-rd 0owen... i,, ,, 18?8 AseEsssons. Hienry H. Bindon, John Lettey. RATE .COLLECTOR. SR. Sparks.
UNION MEMORIAL CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
UNION MEMORIALC CHIURCH - A -NIVERSARY. TlE 4'2nd anniversary' of the Union. Memorial. Church, and the 4th anniver sary of the pastorate of the Rev. A. J. Wade, was celebrated .on Sunday. The Rev. Dr. Robinson gave a fine, practical sermon in the morning, which was much appreciated. In the afternoon the Rev. G. Nisbet, who is a model children's preacher, addressed the parents and the scholar of tlhe Sunday school. In the evening the church was filled with one of the largest congregations ever seentwithin its walls. The Rev. ,J. Caldwell, of North Williamstown, was the preacher. A special feature of the das's services was the singing, which has very much improved at this church of late. Every Sunday evening now very large audiences assemble to listen to the special addresses which the Rev. A. J. Wade has been giving during the winter, assisted by the excellent music of the choir under the leadership of Mr. W. B. Sh&lt;orland. MIsOs Mattingley was tht soloist on Sunday evening...
"SPEEDWELL" NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
"SPEEDWELL': :NOTES. By RIAIAE(WOL. T he ordinary nieting o, thle alov' club was held on 'Tuesday evenillg, last, at the Empire Hotel, the chair' being occupied by Mr. U. 'McCarthy. After thie electioni of three new mesihers, a vote of thanks wa. pased "to.tlhoee gentlemen who ofticiated at the rcentrt roaid rice'.: fr:.MCarthy reported that thl Racing Board hIad decided to rcanm mend to the L.V.WA Council a new color system, inwool, toeitnforeetl for the coin ing sieson. Meskrs Coleutani Natihan; and Rice, were appointed tt carry out the arrangements in connection with: the smoke nightiand presentation of prizes, Which will be held on Monday, October 13thi in the Mechimanics Institute. Club runs' were fixed as follows: Saturday, Oct. 3rd--Inpromptu. Sundayr ; 4th Fraukton. Satiiurday, 10th-Warrnam bool road race. Sunday, llth-Green vale. iSpeedwelclmhampinn Rice (ivho is also a member of the BReqdigo Cycling Cluh) secured.an easy first in!tthe 25 miles inter-club team race held at ...
A Young Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
A Yonuef Geeetle etall. I fell in Iove with him at once; not b?.eats he was handsome. for be was not :bit e had clear honest eyes that lookhd friend'y into yours, and a month that emiled cords* ally, it bhyly, as my friend touched hi phunp little hand which rested on the back of the car s:at. Ie was with hip mother. 9 'e w a plainly clad, as was he. See bad a than;ht: ful'nze, perhaps a little aend. I fanci-d she was alone in tea world ; that her husbanrI might be dead and thin little boy her Fe i treasure. He had a protecting air, as if he were her only champion and defender. lut he could not have been more than fire years old. We arrived at our etation and Irft the car. We waited for the long train to pacs. As the oar in which our little friend was stated came up, he was at the window. He caught sight of us, and with the instinct of cstablished courteous habit his hand wer.t n to his cap, and the cap was lifted. A br:rht smile on the bonny face and he was gone., Is it not a commen...
THE NOVELIST THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
;THE KOVELIo ' ~ THE 1alnager's Favorite: on, T?ehoTragedy of Carnlelgh Shores. ;,ra ?rfo OF THt -BTAGE - - O.HAPTER XIII.;, (CoN.TIsD.) So bridal trip:woastaken." Mr. Granby e health did not permit, the.papers said, but, ommitted to add that Mr. Granby did not' approve of any " silly gallivanting," as he phrased it, and preferred to remain at home, and nrise his, piffy joints? and find fault' with hisinferiors. M aude had . onel of :the:o handsomest ;establishmen t in thbo city; a retinue of servanls,, horses, and carriages, plenty of money. and her mother was' supremely ratis. fied. The girl ought to liave been happy. but thuve who knew her..heat noticed that her, cheek was pale and:her eyes heavy; and MIr, Grnby, keen eyed as a fox, noticed S"yi are not looking' your best," he said to he.r shortly after their marriage, "and i don't like it. I married a beauty, and I want to.keep her. Don't go to getting pale sand sickly, Mr: Granby; one iavalid in the house is enough.": :" I am q...
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 2 October 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, September 28. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie, Barwise, Fogarty, and Birt- wistle, Js.P. VAGRANCY. Nellie Colville was further remanded on the above charge for seven days. It will be remembered that a youth named Jenyns was charged with having im- proper relations with her on Monday week, and was committed for trial—she being remanded to the schools. RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. &nbsp; Valentine Keating, William Callanan, and Archibald Gardiner were charged with the above offence. Senior-constable O'Shea said that at 1 a.m. on Sunday they were in Victoria- street roaring, yelling, pulling each other about, and shamming drunk. Constable Ross gave similar evidence. He said the prisoners were very dis- orderly, and there were several complaints about this sort of behaviour near the coffee stall in Victoria-street on Saturday &nbsp; night. Defendants were each fined 20/- or one month. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;...
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
^"'"'TRPMWAYS^1 *011TH 'MELB6URNE LINfl1. GIREENJ;AND BY DY., REEN Lzal , . ,. AT MlTou., ... ... first Carleaves Flemington.Bridge-, Week Days;at:.4o an.m.; Sundays at 1.4-10 p.m. .i. E irst: Car: leaves, Flinders-street iVeekl Days at 0.7 p.m.; : Sundaysalt '.6 p.m. S.Last Car leaves Flemingtonu Bridge \Veek Days atill.5 p.m. ;iSatiurdas at (1.35 p.m.; .Su.days-at-10.10 p~mi i Last 'Car leaves Flihders-street nWeak Baysrait-l SOp.nm;; saturdays it,12 p.m. TSundays ats 10.5 p.m, , : Fare from Flinders-street to Flleuing on. Bridge 3d.: Connection made at Flemington Bridge with Mounce. Ionds Omnibus Line. Through Fare;:4d. ; Transfers. nallowed at Queensberry-st.; to WTest Melbourne Line, and vice versa.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
Telegrams received at any Telegraph Office addressed to any place within the city, tonvi,, &c., in which such oflico ias situated, and delivered free withlin a radius of one mile; within a radius of l. mild, sd extra is charged. Urgent Telcgrams charged double or dinary rates, and despatched in preference to others. To or from any Station in Victoria. 8830 a~m, to 8p~m. is. . Nine words r.. ... 9) Extras words, eai t).. 11 0 After 8 p. o niidnight. Tin words 0 c-' ..'- . Esery additional rd 0 . O. 0 Midnsight lo 8.8 a~m e Ten words ...; 0... ., : .0 Every additional word ... .... .. 8 3 "; t ?' i ,. SUNDAYS. ... :.. ,.. •deasagcs forwared to offices open.on Sundays, if dropped in the box.. provided for that pu rph ,at thels Melbourno Oflico with" fe etoo en o .ed :' :'.... 8,80 am. to 9.80 p.m. e.d. Tenw ords 2....... ... 3 0 Ext~r ~ords,'each' -. 1 :. " Ten words ,,:0.:,d , :; Extraowords, each -.I;!., 0t.';: 03??
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
0;:PosaTA Nokma Postal 'N6tea, T~i 181 to 20s'. may be obtained at all Post Offlcee. but are' only payable at any..Ioney Orde? Office in .the Colony, from10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.me to noon., : ! Poundage under ls. Gd. ?... " ,, ,, 4s. Gd. ... ...Id. ,, ,, 7s. Gd........ 2d. ,, ,,, 20s. Od........ 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N..S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and r ice$ r a (n paanient,tiilm piyee must affix stamps equal to poundage). Stamp0 of Ne?rSouth Wale~I, South Australia, Great Britain, 1rance, Ger-) many, Ttaly, ad ,United States, are'oc - tainable at the General IPost Office, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding So. sit one time. A. comminsion wiill 1b charged of.Id. on every.Sd..gwortheof Englishl and Foreign stamps purchaiai, and~ld::on : eve 6ry,'d. orth1 of\ I nter i o4
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
TELEGRAPH MO'NEr ORDERS.M Victoria . T... Under £5 1... i 0 bouth Australia ,, ... .S 0 Queenslanid,? .... , .. . 4 .,0 Tasmainia ..... " ,, T ... O3! 0 .e~w bouth ,Vualeas I ,, .. 2 ; 0 ierthv WA. ¾.a ,, .w 0 Victoria '.., Un'der '10 '1 0 SunthAustralia . 0 Queenshlnd .." ,, ... 5 0 Tasmania . , ... 4 0 Kew South Wales ,, . . 3 0 Perth, W .A.: ..0 s, .. 5 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
- Offie liouIrsi l"0 a i. to :. ,3m? !?ol~...4- On o' ; pii n-i.:- sa turdays 10 a.m. to noon. Payable ill Victoria:-; ,;- , , ,,i. Not exceeding.£5 ... : .. ..;.6d. Above £ butnoteceeed..£10 '-' Is.. :; 1, £10, - ,, ; ,, £15 .- ls;6d; , £o15, .';,,. , £20 -2s3 .. Piy;ible in New South Wales,' Soiithi Australia, Western Australia, Quebens land, Tasmania; and New iZealandiid" " Not exceeding £2 '. ' 0 6 .. 10 - ... . x 2:0 -12 - .. 6..N4 6 - 1S .. . :.;i 3- 0 -17 .. ..; 3 ,, -20. ..4. 0 ,... 0 " Payable in Great Britain ai:Irelaniid, France, Canada, Cape of. Good lHopi., Ceylon, China, India;s , Japan,.. "Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.:-: *"* . Not exceeding £2 .i.? :. ..... . ,i.L. 10 Abovel £2, bat not exceed. 5 -ie-2 6i i £5, but not exceed; £7.i.. 13: ;6 ,,. .,£7, biet not exceed. '£10 - 5.:0
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 5. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
NORTH IMELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MoNDAY, OcT. 5. Present-=The -Mayor (Cr. -Barwise), and Crs. Wadick, Petrie, Fuller, Steel, Carter, and Fogarty. CORRESI'ONDENCE. Fros Mr. G. M. Prendergast, S.LA., in answer to a letter from the Council, saying that he intended to vote for the Northern Suburban Railways, as he con sidered that they would be a means of communication with the city which was desirable; and as for the tramways, it would not be a disadvantage if they were forced back on the municipalities. Cr. Fogarty said he was sorry to see that Mr. Prendergast considered the convenience of other suburbs against the wrislies of his own. As for forcing the tramways on the councils, it would be a good thing if the trainniays were paying, int highly undesirable if they were re ceived by the councils in the shape of a had asset-ithey would surely not be a benefit thet. The Mayor-No, no. Cr. Fogariy-tf the Railway Depart ment starve ott the trams, and they are forced on the councils, how will...
THE WEST MELBOURNE SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
THE WEST -ELOOURNE SNOOTING CAsE.-John Murray Barclay, who ap peared at the city court recently, on a charge of shooting with intent to kill Mr. T. George Stacey, of the Burton Brewery, Stanley-street, West Mel bourne, the facts of which are familiar to our readers, will be presented at the city court this morning, on the above charge. Owing to the sensational circumstances surrounding the case, keen interest will dounbtless bo evinced in the proceedings, and the progress of events closely ob served,
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 9 October 1896
NoruTH MELDOURNINB TOWN COU'CIL.' SMayor, Mr J. Barwise, J P. ':EasternWard Mr J. Gardiner;" Mr W. H. Fuller, J.P. 'Mr J. Barwiso, Middle Ward-Mr T. F ogarty J.P.; Mr G. Carter; Mr D l)Wadick: . ' ! SWester Ward-Mr P.:CosteUllo Mr J. O. Steel, J.P.; Mr J. G.'Pitrie .. STodwn Clerk, Mr' H:Ji 'taiildall.Iilate Collector,' 'iro 'm, Mr W. Keairey. Surveyor, Mr E.MclIer . Hi.ilsli Oficer, Dr Whitaker. .'Inspector, Mr E: ~igninds Overseer'of Works, Mr G. l)unc.an :