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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874

Miscellaneous. "IIow is this,. Chawlees? I gave you elght'volumes to cnange, and you've only brought five ?" " Please, m'm, we haven't quite finished the first set down stairs ', Aunt Bells (who had just read aloud "The Burial of Sir John Moore")-" Now, then, which of thleverses do you like best ?" Jack (with alacrity)-" Oh, I know-' Few and short were the prayers we said.' "-' Punoh.' , A physioan on presenting his bill to the executor of the estate of a deceased patient, asked : " Do you wish to have my bills sworn to ?" "No," replied the exeoutor, " The death of the deceased is enough to prove that you attended him professilonally." Oh I the skeetor, the beautiful skeetor, filling the air with beauthul meter. Under our hat and tickling our nose, taking a bite through a hole in our clothes; in through the window; opening the door; filling our chamber, anod. singing the sweeter, ever is found the untiring muslteeter. AMistress-"Jane, tell cook I'll come down and see whit wants to b...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. WHO WAS SHE? [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874

Tales, Sketohes, &c. WHO WAS SLE ? Como, now, there may as well be an end to this ! " Every` time I' meet your eyes squarely I doteot the question.just slipping out of them. If you had spoken t, or even boldly looked it ; if you had shown in your motions the least sign of a fussy or fidgety o noern on my aoount ; itf this were not the evening of my birthday, and you the only friend ,who remembered it ; it confossion were nbt good for the soul, though harder than sin to some people, of whom I am one -well, if all reasons were notat this instant converged into a focus, and burning me rither violently, in that region where .the seat of emotion is supposed to lie, If should keep my trouble to myself. Yes, I have fifty times had it on miy mInd to tell you the'whole story. But who can be certain that his best friend will not smile-or, what is worse, eherish a, kind ol oharitable pity ever aftorwvard-when the extornal forms of a very serious kind of passion seem: trivial, fantastic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874

S..-i- . ~Educational.,? - •IPUNSWICIC ?GRAMMAR ' SCIIOOL,; 5 3 I3RUNSWICrI ROAD WEST. riSoipn] : 1I:: : GEORGE' RICKElETTS, This Shaool, in addition to giving a eound . ..Eglie?l?lduootion to the pupils, prepares ho:s ~eerflily for the Civil Service and Matriculation Ecamniuation. : Ter-ms :-0 o to tlihee guineas pergqasrter., al'EVENING ( ASSES- [.,ndaos:, ,radlne daj , and Fridays. I.tall'vartioulairs may be had by apilyng ' to the l',inc itel., '' - CAl-?S'1rAdGONEi't'ES, se., O ; S III1RE, AT TIll STABLES, I.t.IUMMOND StREET, CARLTON., t11A~f i OLLX'uef to aioncc, that S ý'.MLji ti?ehht' , t rays. fero lire, for lb g or uuor>eroF rddc,-a vartety of casne/waggonutte' 0:1 Athis A mivt eodrate terms. W.- m. iW McGregor.." y? 01MSAEr"lAND'ETAIrL?,EEF AND yV,,. ;,,Jl'O1;i.:BUTCHER, _ r e1 ,Pned 1ef, rlTieoes , &O 5 rIolmy !4 ods oL eysry1 dorlsoipti`n fresh TIh S'32 I ETitE 1 STlI ET; 4CAtlLT ,ON 7&11 a LIES: VATED UrN YtrronrOIr.DES .t ® , ' " ' - ..:C ONSSUIMPTI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874

Miscellaneous. E\iiiii'rOOE, 1574. ESSRS. SMITH AND SON, BISCUIT IMANUFACTURERS, Having removed to their new premises, MILLER STREET, WEST MELBOURNE Are now prepared to execute orders for al klonds of Machioe and Fancy Biscuits, O rkes, ota. Manufacturers of the CIIARCOAL BISCUIT, Now so highly recommended for all Stomach Camplaints. Also the PARAGON RUSK, Registered under the Copyright Act. A new light and nourishing article of diet for children and invalids, superior to anything of the kind now in use. Town Offico: 158 QUEEN STREET. Awarded the only First Prize for Machine and Fancy Biscuits at Victorian Exhibition 1862; Honorable Mention, London Exhibl. tion 1862; Honorable Mention, Dublin Ex hibition 1865 ; Prize Moedal, Interoolonia Exhibition 186 7. Coopers. VICTORIA COOPERAGE. G. BONNETTI AND CO., 130 SPRING STREET, MELBOURNE. \ine Casks, oval or any other shape, and all other descriptions of Cooperage in stock, and made to order of the best Materials and workmanship. Watar C...

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NUISANCES IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874

.NUISANCES IN IIOT'HAM. Sir-I noticed in a recent issue of your valuable paper, that you called the atten tion of the Hotham Council to the nuis ances which exist in the borough. I had hoped; Sir, that some councillor would have stirred in the matter, but none has. I may mention that many of the rights.ot ways in the lMiddleWard are in a most disgraceful condition. 'Dead cats, filth of all descriptions, and an odor that is highly disagreeable and dangerous to health It is in these rights-of-ways that dirt accdniuldtes. :If the Inspector was to takq a walk round,and judge for himself, 'h s outd soon perceive that the time had :binofor. the display of energy. I am aiiware that he, has summoned several ,people for hiaving defective closets, but he should go farther, and summon the owners or occupiers of all houses before which there happens to be a dirt heap. I trust the Inspector will act on the hint givenr him, and bring a few cases into court. It is the only way to deal with ,people...

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Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 28TH OCTOBER. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Breese and Fleming.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1874

Police. BRtUNSWICK COURT. \VEnDEnESDA, 28sTI Ocron?.. (Before nMr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. ' Breose and Fleming.) Robert Brown, for driving a horse and dray on the Sydney road without lights, was fined 2s. 6d. and 2s. Gd. costs. Daniel Ilaggarty, charged with. furi , ously driving a horse and dray on the Sydney road. IIaggarty said the horse a bolted, but Constable Murray stated his f ,P.: attention was called to IHaggarty by Mr. o L" Lobb, who thought the man was drunk. a Defendant had children on the dray, but I received a good character from the polico; flined Gs. and 2s. Gd. costs. Andrewiloewline, for driving without lights, was fined 2s. Gd. and 2s. Gd. costs. A. lad named Iutohinson, was charged by 1 Constable Murray with using in sulting language in a public place. A witness, nasued Phillips, was put in the box,' and stated lie was the man the lad used the language to, calling him rookl, rook, and other unmentionable epithets. The lad t called. Mr. Martin to prove that he ...

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British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

§1 fBritishlrand Foreign. Tales are sometimes told in. whioh"ithe hero dies from an excess of, joy. but it 'his raeroly occurred that an instance has hppened ouch as that just recorded .from,Gaesenad, near. Borne, wheroin a man' hung himself from being .overwhelmod with good luck. The man who is the soubject of the story, by immonde efforts, in which ho was econdoudod by his wife, who was oven more avoriiou?s tbanhimself, succeeded in amassing a' on. oiderablo sum of money. Not long ago he was informed that a legancy of 25,000 france had boon loft him. Tlis piece of fortune gave him the mortal blow, a profound melancholy seized him, and the fear of death from hunger haunted him day and night. Tl avoid this fearrful prospeot ie atcealthily left his ouse oeoo of these latter nights, wont into the neighboring forest and hung himseolf to a pine branch, Ieo loft 100,000 france of fortune.

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P[?]NTRIDGE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

1I·'i NPL[DWI ICI:11 . ---~dalur.i..vaecig thuday that thu visit. Ing jut *.n., ::: 011,attends theo 'ontridge Pantl It t ·;luhrnure, it was ttotuiht that the o..uiv. 0 Weoohurolh would 1i" re'rgo hie preli au..."y ouetnitutin' bLut, orveog te Wnmd a t U' lane ht} b a..hlu to lee co Hai 11o 01a0, ". b uouatlgctioec wag pouponul tedl hit. uCAt visit.: lT. Botld toul. out acue ctitunlot troceti gli.:.nl rua hut hu was ncot to wall a tan thu day urovlculo. WVeahLuroh tiltl racta.Ive in lc:a all, and hupas a quitat dto ntuteutn, Ito iu uow jacvboiduu with writhag talnatetul, atect jausee A~le tuna pellnina l h1u On I'uccdoy oat eix uru prlecneure, who have fur a auaeduerablo tieny born cendergo. tug roeteno a'in the l'entritlgo ateoletohe, werq reuoovud ts the (eutloeg (oauo. All licjeta ptienoaee tti have cooen yoars Mecru to cerve before the expiration of their tinem, and the oauoo of their reaioval: from the stookade l? thab.they are old nod deorepit now, and totally unflit for any w...

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HANDBALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

tLANDBALL. Sevoral matoheo wero played during the week at theCarlton.eourt. Amongst them thofollowing'wov r the mod-t dearving of notice. Mossrs. Lanhyji nd ,[ooney and Ales ,s. M'Clrcnl 'and Shnnalean contoetod the Ilr?t n.%. n . it wes woi by the latter centlc,,.ul. [it'the next bveant LeJach auni D?ecy ?ppoarcd an,inab O'llrin and Reoilly. They wonl by oeu jome.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Oricket. A crilokot 'match. was :played. i- the Uelvecsity, l'addock on Saturday between hehGood Tamplara C. ;and Northern C.C., resulting in an easy viotory for the Northern by 36 rude, tlie scores being': Good Temp. lr, 49; ?fNortheri, 85. B?]lth and- Robert eoi batted well tor th?'Northern, with 24 and'23 rcepebtivoly;' as also Stewart and Ioberteon for the Templare,. with 10 and 17. Htughes bowled 'well for the Northern, taking four wickes for-ten runs. ENorthern bowling -analyeis.-'a 1lshaw, O'balls, 18 rues, 3 wilkets, 1' overs, 1 maiden over 64 balls bowled; Cooley, 3 balls, 8 runos, 1 wicket, 3 over, '1 maiden over, 18 balls bowled; Iiughes,.0 balls, 10 runes, 4 wickets, 8 overs, 2 maiden overa, 48 balls bowled. Tae matbch, which was coitinued last Saturday bot'?r?n the West Melbourne and North Sandrldge clubs for the United Juniors Challenge Cap, resulted in an an easy via. tory for Voest -[olburneo by eight wickets and nine runs. J. Fulton bowled splendidly foliho victors,...

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THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

TIhE WHOLESALlE .YtaIEEtABL M 1 LARKET. Another phase his l'eoe 'daculoped in connection witlFtlie renmoval' of. the market to.Yictoria.street. In lthe As sembly on Tuesday, eening, the follow ing discussion took place.: 'fMr Munro: asked the Minister of Lands, without notice, whathr" tiih Crown grant had been issued lfor thel land in- Victoria street proposed to be used 'as a vegetable market.'' li r.eply. Mr. Casey said that he "did not know that any Crown grant' would be issued -at- all.. An arrangement was made, by. which a piece of land held by the City Corpora tion as a reserve for baths should be surrendered and handed over to. the Education pDepartment in exchange for this piece of land i 'icetoria street, and the respective reservations had been cancelled so : that, :the change could be effectcd. HIe was not at all certain that a Crown grant would be issued for the land; at all events, it would not be until the. circumstances fully justified it," Beforethis asinountdement w...

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HEIDELBERG JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

HIEIDELBEIRG: JUSTICE.. Sir,--Adopting the langnage of. your would-be Grecian correspondent, "It "is quite evident to your readers" that "Alpha" never possessed .a'house or a lhaystack to be burnt, 'cerop to be destroy. ed nor a fence to be broken down by. tho cattle of "ipoor, honest; soberindustrious" peoploe" who in defiance of all law and equity claimin to have their cattle fed at the -expenso?of others, otherwise he would have been more particular, in :ascertaining the merits of the case, for which he un. dertook to arouse the sympathies 'of your readers, and in which hle has so singularly failed. I say'again:I am not at all con cornedaboutthoinvectives he wrote against myself, and, as I believe in " Proverbs 27th chap. 22nd sebrsd," I shall not disabuse his mind of the conceit 'which possesses` it, besides, as.ho is notra permanent resi. dent hero, I am suflliciently satisfied to learn that his intemperatopartizanship has demonstrated to the:" poor, honest, sober, industrious"...

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Letters to the Editor. HALF THE COST OF PAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

' Letters`-to-?the Editor. HXTLF THE COST OF PA0 VETI1ENT. Sir-With reference to an article headed " half thi cost of `pavement." and another statemeont of the Town Clerk's, about so much having been paid, and that proceedings will be talten as soon as the time allowed has expired; as has irdready been stated more than once in your columns, that it all appears to have been an election dodge. Suclh I believoe was thl ciiso in oret'r ?p sepure the rreturql of one that would make tino minority into a majority. These little gamens are surely iua out sy this time; and I ask i' it is not highl time to sort to honest work with hoinest inteintion Its to the general welfaire of the borough sitt large. No'w. -Mr. .lditor, I igain ask it' it oan be called honest to compot payment of halt' the cost of flagging done froml the lot u fund snil not half the cost of kerbing also dent out of the loan fund ; let ury one read the 317thi sootioni of thebo statute whore erbin is me?tioned as fully and £f...

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THE MAYOR OF HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

-rp'recisoly at..half-past twelve o'clock on Tuesday next th6 Mayor of Iotham will descend from his civic throne-doff the ermine-and resume his place at the Councilttable as a private individual. Councillor Fogarty has certainly not lessened the dignity.. of .: a : local monarch since he has occupied the chair; and, we believe, lie lis consistently and lhoiestly endeavored to use his-position for the good of the raitep'ayers: The post of 'Mayor is -ng sinecure,' as that oilicer has often to perorfrm duttieof', iii ard?oius, and sometimes, - unpleasant nature; . It 'must therdfore bIe: satisfaci toryt Councillor Fogarty to know that he ihas earned the good'will alid 6ateemr of the gieat bpdy.,qf the.ratepayers :(dur iý, his term of office.. . ;. .- ..

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BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT NOVEMBER 11TH, 1874. (Before Messrs Strutt, P.M., Breese, Fleming, Clarke, Dr. Talbot, Lobb, and Staley, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

3 RUJNS\VICK PrOLIOE COOTU'T - NOVEMuER -lT, 1874.' :-i(loforbe Mssrs'Stratt; -P.'., Broees Floniiug, Clarko, Dr. Talloti; Lobb; and Staley, J.P.'s.). - ICoristable ShafLray v. Joseph Bookwithb 'cihrgedl 'itli allowing. Yan Yean water to run tod caste; fined 2s, dd, and 2s.. d.' costs.' Sohior iConstableoJoyce, Inspectoir of .Nuisances for the Coburg Road district, proceeded agdinist a Mr. Rankin for hav ing his closet in a fithy stato; defendan stated that after repeiving the notice, lie saw several, parties about emptylng the snme, hut wlys:oither disappointed or could not cone to terms. Adjourned for a week. Borough Inspector .v..Tyadsworth, for, keeping a pigstye which was a nuisance; defendant was not aware it was injurious to ihealth, but was prepared to do away with it at once. From the evidence it appeared tho'jigjs wcro kept in the clay hole, and tle drainage ran into the water the bricks woro made from ; fined Gs., and 1os. Od. costs, to be lovied by distress. *Charles Gib...

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ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

SELECTION OF MAYOR. The liotham Council .will meet, on Tuesday; for the election of Mayor and for the passing of the annual balance sheet. I .lt is to be 'opod 'tiat the pro oeedings will pass offwithout any:"scene', occu?irin~g on this "occasion; :The elec tion of Mayor should not b'e made tlih occasion for the display of any ill feeling, Iiided:'it would be, well if the Counlcil wiere to liold a private meeting and do cide upos: the' couicillor who 'is: to'fill the chair, and simply confirm the :elec tion' at the ai?ial meeting._

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AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

AENTSJ FOU TUB "1ADVUERTISII"j Ilothem : l 7 brrelj Carliton Ar:- n 61 11 u~eon; Air. Grogor~ Lygdu~trc~f. Brunswick : a 1 n ceraaII, fdne-road. Coburg : Mrn. rnhan#,yIj road. t sollingwod r. fed:l rtud strect. last Collingwood: 1Tr. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington stroot. Fitzroy : Mrs. Woodruff, Brunswick stroet. heltbrm Mr, And ew1 i r l'gEi :. O'Koefe. 1Ileidclborg and A bý iugfon :'Mr. O'ClIieefo. 1

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS—BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

UNCLAIMED LE'TERS-BRUNSWICK. List of 1ir?lraign at thoBrunswlek Pont Office uncl?rlsoi tell ogh'the' ddroes of the persons not4 jskuown rhaving loft -the district without loaving any addres; u " other causces:-- l "it?o*I Connolly, Jameso. Mitchell, Mr. John. Conway, Thos. Jt[uDonough, -Mr. -,. Donovan,lon i i ?. parson, Johu. Ewes, Mr. ?'" Potter , (3) Hart, Mr. rugleree ]Iatlaud,Ii){. :f ' :l'oprl, lTiie.!e' ':: e, 'Pbiter, Thos.·'! :; 'e Kennoth. . J 'Torbont. Dirae lo, Pete -r --- "TiY"t?r?t. Lou Ab. Walker;iF; two. Lewes, P.- S---------\\'hite, Dirs. C. Mcal[ahonoy, James. .'?Il:;?li.;) .'ir JOSEPH GU .gQ E; OP'caasTERsa ,

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Borough Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

' t 50rough Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL.; ; WTEDNEnDAY, 17Tir NOVEMBOne. Present-His Worship the Afyior (in the chair), and :Councillors . inning, McDonald; Stranger, Staley, Cook, Flem ing, and Overend; The ininutes of the previous meeting were read and coitirined.' . " ' , CO E.: i oeoiisiPONDENCE,'" The li i?rd correspondence was some what volumiinius, buit most of it had no interest for local readers --A circular was. ireceived froni:the committee of the B3runs wick Eiihibition, intitiating tliat a pepoind Iidd?strial Exhihition-would be held in the Mechanics: Institute 'duriilg vthe months. of Miirch and April, and T asking for the' support of llpersons interested. lleceived Ilotter frnim'r: Archer requesting that the statistics of the boroughicllght be for warded to them' bfore the.lst of Jliuary.' ,Letter from .lr." Sedgman, calling' the ttfention of.the Council to" the defective state of the drain in ..rith street., Ro ceived. . A communicationi was received from the Ccntira...

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

SPOLICE GAZETTE . The following extdacts arc takehn from the Victoria.PoliceaGazette :-Stolen from the person of Robert Cleland, 16. Abbots ford street, Hotham, on the .31st ultimo, between riSandridge road and' H6tham, a silver hinting watch, No 41259; maker Hill and Sdn, Londo:i.. . Stolen' from the dwelling. of. -Francis Tucker,Reilly.ltrdet; Carlton,.ion, the, 8th instant, a lady's English gold locket with two brown stains upon J*t, 2 gold rings set W:itlih rubies, 2:Ehglish gold bioodhos, done plain the other fasehia' pattmen, a pair small English gold carrings, a pair cameoearrings, 3 toroiga guold coins, a gold seallwhito. stone sat,;tn,it,,a jet bracelet, half a sovereign and 7s..in silver. : Frederick Peters is charged, on war rant, with deserting his -wife at Carlton on the 13th ultimo . Joahi Seymour is chargid,- on warran t of commitnient issued by'tho Melbourne Bench on the 2nd instant, itthe suit of Stella Dowd, ;Rathdowne street,. Carlton. SJames Gracio. is charged,, ...

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