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COBURG QUADRILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

COBUh(GQUAltDRrLLL CLUB. :' On Wednesday eveni'g n~ioxt the Co burg Quadrille Club close ,their season with their usual Assembly'3Bal which is being looked forw?ird o with pleasure by a number of the residents of Brunswick and Coburg." Ths select manner :in which the members of'Ltho Club; have carriod it on for, the 'last two years re .dounds .really to their credit, nud it is fully ianticipatedtlhalt the assembly will be very sticessfil.. ,The catering is en trusted to Mr W. H. Turnham, who no doubt, will give' the a'sam s'alisfaclion as on a former dccasidon

Publication Title: North Melbourne Advertiser
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AGRICULTURAL SHOW—PRIZES AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

AGRICULTURAL SHOW - PRIZIeS AWARJDED. As North Melbournc contains a large number of agricultural implement makers, we append the following list of prizes awaided to the., various leading firms in the district: 3TACUINI-RY. Judges : Messrs;L. Thompson, T., Bath, J. -M'Intosa, Wm Edwards and Clark M'Goe. Stewards: MAesarr. Alex. Patterson and G.o. BUnoraft. .Beet portable steam engine for farm purposes: let pr:ze, David Munro and. Q., uocen street; 2nd, Hr. . Welch and Ua., necn street; commended, A. G. Cor. bett and Son, Queeep street. Beast portable esteam threshime.machine : let, T. Itoblanon and Co. Elizabeth street; 2nd,J. W. Shuttle worth, Queen street; eommended,< A :G. Corbett and: $on._ Beet horse threshing machlne (shown in motion): lit, T. Robin son and Co.. Beat ohbalfeutter (horse, or steam `power) : . t, n J. E uncle, Parkaido Works; 2nd,. Swan, and Co., Elizabsth street, T?et winnowing machine ::let, T. Robinson and Co. a 2nd, H. P, Welch and Co. }eelt grain ...

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

IATIONAL 1MUSEUM. The number of visitors to the National MIuseum of Natural History and Geology for the week cading'Novembor 7th was 2578. Thd Museum'ios open to the public daily (Sundays excepted) from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. in the National Museum build ing at the back of tlid University.

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COBURG BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

COBURG BOARD OF ADYICE: The monthly meeting of the Coburg Board'olf Advico was hold on Wedaesday evening,' when a letter was road from Mr. Stranger, ;the teacher of "kissing" no tiriety.' He denied, as' far 'as he was concered;, having anything to do with the proceedings of the.;Brunswick : Police Coiirt;ilthough, h had, bean. fiod .for miscondtict.recently. The Board, hosb ever, decided to forward a: copy. of the report.of the police ease, together with Mr. Stranger's explanation, to the Minis ter of Education,. requestinig that the. matter miqht be ,fully investigated, as they considcr, if Stranger,.is guilty 'of such conduct, he is :unfittea for a school toiaclsr. The ,yonng man,. Samuel Phillips, it is stated, is an assistant school cacher at Brunswick.. -

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

|THE TOLLS . .-ThlierAssembly has decided tat those. ancient 'relics of o ar t)is'm-turnpike" 'ates-'itoi to be'adolosiled," but like 'a good m.iny mo6reilteations :which that body has made of late, it is quite possi ble that the work mayabdo .unddne by .the Ligislative Council, If, however, tlihe resolution of the Lower. Chamber is; carried iuto effect, the local- bodies of Hotham,' ; Bltinswick, ý -Coburg ;'and Hcidolberg will be :"nimterially affected; and uiilecs some provision is imado" for keping the main rpad4., in , repiir, ,the travelling public will suffer serious in. convedience. It is true the governmen propose to endow all .local, bodies, but this had.been ocided upon before, the ibolition: of dhe toll's clause . was carried. The tssembly will either have to increase .the'cndownment very largely ir.rever t to'thvery objectionable mode of collecting money, by tolls.

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

TIHE IIOTIIABI AUDIT. The audit has occupied upswads of a 'fortniight--a longer period than hlas .ter boeen known before. The accuracy` and barefulness with which the Town Clerk (M1r: Randall);has performed. his ,duties idkceeping the books h~e ins t ?ivith tihe ;hearty; raiprqbation, of ?;the ;A??ditors.. The balancesheet has been prepared in a thoroiigh:1business like manner,: and:we, fancy .tlhat.he :o cotiplaiits 'can be madilethis year as to tho'irregular mn.? ner in whiiclhthe iteis are put down6 :

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THE COMMERCIAL BANK, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Till COMMERCIAL - BANK, .. I ;.I1UTNSWICKI, It will bo.percoived from our adverti sing columns that a branch of this bank has been opened at Coburg, opposite the 1 entridge HIotel, under the management of Mr. 3Bartholomew. Until further notice the Cdoburg branch will be opened every.'luesday and Friday.

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

i Miscellaneous.. There is nothnbg half so weot in life as love's young dream, excepting the lusoious iratermelon. A good name'is ratherto be chosen than great rioles, but be sure you part it not in the middle. Every day a studentis detailed to watch by the side of General Lee, at the Washing ton and L'u University. SA' country editor, who has become in volvedia a discussion on huge, innocently asks under what head vermin are to be classed. This Ia a very simple inquiry, yet a good many people will have to esratch their heads to answer it. "Is there any person you.wish me to marryY?"said a wife to a dying spouse, who had been somewhat of a tyrant in his day. " Marry the devil, if you like !" was the gruff reply. " No, I thank you, my dear, one husband of -the same family is enough for To our, minds habies resemble wheat in many respents. Neither are good for much till they arrive at maturity. Both are bread in the house, and flower in the family. BIth have to bhoradled, and are gene...

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THE NEW TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

STTI : 1NEW TOWN IHALL. Itis 'innouiced iu our other columnus that competitive designs will be invited 'from'all architccts,.willing.to enter the lists, for the newsbuildings.. : The Coun-: cil will avard .'two prizes to thlie first and second best designs, viz-1st prize;, :100; 2nd prize, ~50. It is very pro bable that -the 'nrchitdct whose design obtaiiis the fiit iprize will also live 2the eispdevision`ofithe buildinig during its. erection -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Matreiulltion Eecameeione?It'~ o . t Terms 5 ,to tlrCpo guineis per quarter. I. VE NJNWIO?UIDABrS ES ?-"i " Conveyances. 1'. CABS, GrN OR E1'ES. &%,O.T. . DRUMMOND _) 5,REIETf O..WTOŽ:.' -This rI h ol li t,,a; "toaif , aoe e ta !t English l dutas lEa'O er' iir ,r fr lnag ore shor poerioda a .vardty of h-C i s, wggonetoeS latrioultiou ExmicGregor. TIIOLESLS0 tANT ,IVRTA i IBEEr FANDrter IEVI' HORK BNJHIJTllHERA .-- ,t C dyrned Beet, Pickled T adges"Or Rue,. t" SmllaFoddig . ory holdess pt ion resh onvly yances:.i 0· -A-CU, L:S Im oR ORSEO IONSUMPTION" ...ll'dS CA.USES ) AILO-SRENTIONoT" y &1 ?D. ]1e s ; J-: %.r '1 `frle:;o iO ST IICIII E AND SY IriLIS' oi a sim ple mbdoutr BUtmenh, fi? Posbifree ,ROOKS, 238 Bckl rk street. ekaisto Would callg pieial attention to hista I?k o The fo lo?Ing Dpatit?ei il hofnd yaNlUI PTIQtl I a R'ledi ;.J .. TAllR tT? veltie of the seai'Be In m pie -mb':-Se`fVrNTmt:I:, ieatif. re.. 7Cro Nl e Rd. n G d l t ': nl . ... .4._ Bl owersJ B O rn...

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

DIVORCE CASE. MiULLINOS V MIULLINCO AND IIATTON. This was a petition by Arthur, Randolph MIullings for a dissolution of his marriage with iLellamira Emma Mullings on the ground of her adultery. The potition con; tainod a charge of adultery agatoot the co. respondent, but it was withdrawn, by= con= sent, before the case was opened on July 28. The petitioner was formerly a captain in thoe loth Hussars, but he had sold out before his marriage to the respondent, which oo. ourred on April 28; 1804.. They were both of good family and position, and .aftor the marriage they! lived together' at''different plaoes in England, principally at Torquuy, and on the Contient.' In 1871 "andl1872 they were in Dresdn??; wher Captain Slul. linge had taken a house..' He stated that he freouontly had' to complain of his wife's Ievity of- conduct- and her indiscreot familiarity with gentleinmen, and their dis putes.on this subject resulted in their' ocbu. pying separate bedrooms. In November, 1872, Mlrs. M...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. WHO WAS SHE? [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Tales, Sketches, &c. I WHO WAS SHE ? The next day I took a lato and largo breakfast, and sac:iflood my dinner. 'Before noon thle guosts had all straggled back to the hotel from glen and grove and lane, so bright and hot was theounshine. Indeed, I could hardly have supported the reverberation of Ioat from the sldos of the ravine but for a fixed belief that I should be successful. While o:ossing the narrow meadow upon which it oponcr, I caught a glimpse of some thing white among the thioketa higher up. A moment later it had vantshed, ann I qutok. coed my panoe, feeling the beginning of an absurd nervous excitement in any limbs. At the next turn, there it was again I but only for another moment. I paused, exulting, and wiped my drenched forehead.- "She cannot escape me I" I murmured between the deep draughts of cooler air I inhaled 'in the shadowof a rook. A few hundred steps more brought me to the foot of the steep ascent, where I had counted on overtaking her. I was too late ...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH 1874. THE OUTER CIRCLE RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

i' AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. i ,FIDAY, NO VEMBElR In[tH 1874. THZ O uTERi CIRCLE RAILWAY. Ssmontime since Mr. Munro was re ported to have stated that the Govern mont wsiuld adopt the Outer ,ircle line railway schehmi in preference to the Southern line. Although an oflicial denial wais giveu:to this assertion in the House, it seems as if 'Mr. lunro, was correct after all. Weo l?iarn 'that the icd'aof' purchasing .tlie 10b6bsori's Bay' :Railway has been:' abandoned,', and as this was the principal implediment in the way of the adlotioni !of :the Outer Circle Lineo it snaturally .fsllows 'that dIr. 1iiginbotham's .selhemess must be carried out. .t is, how\ever, high time that the aGovrn'iehst should anniounce their prograiii'e, 'aidstate their views explicitly, as the people of -North Mel 'bourne, Brui;isick, Filiroy;,lieidelberg iid '6their suburbs are vitally interested on this'ssbje"t.' At ; meeting' held in Fitzroy, the 'other evening the burgesses appeared td be strongly in favor of t...

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THE VOTING CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

\Vo h bliotw tiro Ilothaln (j uncil will not (~ick 1Jny i cttyvo ptal,. tit rckfrcncu to, thi v3ig tLiR ci$i, It will bo reijim-. bored t n!Iue ti couicid L'"uil uept out it Uirciilin, cun tiieing iii local paper, on the inadvisability of low ing ratepayprs th , right to vote w thout having frspai ieate.: The Clunes Council endorsed the sentiments . cx pressed, in the newspaper, and asked the co-operation. of- all-other local bodies with the oliject, we'suppose, of inducing Parliament to restore the probibited clauses. The circular was referred to the Iinapce Committoe of the. Hotham COunicil, oil Ithe m'otio! of' Councillor Laurens, and thoe latter body decline to recommend any. action being takeonin the mrtter.

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER. (Before J. Laurens, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Police;B IIOTIIAM .COURT.. , Fainih, Situ NOVE IB EII. (Before J. Laurenos, lsq., J.P.)' Dnlouxs.--Mary O'Connor was fined 5s. or 24 hours' imprisonment, and ar.: tholomew Curtain was discharged for being drunk and disorderly. : .... SATUn.AY, 7TI .No VE~UIER. (]Before J. Laurens Esq., J.P.) Dnauc. - Hugh hFox acknowledgcd that he had been indulging in drink, and His 'Worship' road the culprit a severe homily on the sin of intemperance, butas Fox was not known to the. police, he was discharged. -?ONDAY, 0Tit NoveBnRn. (Before J. Carroll Esq., and J. Laurens, SEsq.:J.P.'s.) A IIh e.--Thomas Breman was charged on warrant, with incitinig a prisoner to re; sist Constable O'Sullivan in the execution of. his duty. Mr iBrnisan had a particular objection to the Quchn's nauthority being respected in the persoi of O'Sullivan, and by way'of£ showing his contempt for the same, sough'l to :rescue a prisoner from the custody ,of tho constable. Their ,Worshipa looked at each other, shook their lih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Companies, etc. T II E NEWEST BUILDING SSOCI01ETY. And the BEST FOR BORROWERS, Is the . PREMIEllE PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, and INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION. Rl?gletored under the Friendly Societies Statute 1865. SHARES, £25 EACII. Entrance Fee, Is.-per Share; and Fort. nightly Subscriptions, 4s. per Share. S' Trustees ' DAVID SYiaE, Esq;'(Age) JAS, PRINCE, Esq., J.P. JAMES FEROUSSON, Esq., J.P. Committee of Management: President, Ilon. F. LONGMORI, M.P. Vice-President: J.'CURTAIN, Esq, M.P. Members: THOS. ADAMSONi'JJn., Esq., (U.S Consul). - ROBT. WALKER; Eiq., M.P : E. J, DIXON, Esq., M P. J. BOWBING, Esq., M.P. E. L. ZOX, Eq., J.P. .. Solicitors: J. M. SMITH and EIMMERTON. Bankers :' English, Ocottish and Australian Chartered . Bank. : Actuary ; : J. MI. TEMPLETON, Esq., F.I.A, " Secretary Mr. JAMES MIRAMS. OFFICE:-62 COLLINS STREET WEST. A liberal table of repayments, combined with participation in the triennial division of roflts, renders THIS ASSOCIATION the BEST for BOR. ROWERS tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

r?11 ciA6:oIA Alib? IK-'I SmIUTEi * J 35 LONSMPAL E hSTREET< ESTlp, - ' 1 -o kt- tt r"1 . - -ý engage Eugagemnent ofice for Governesser, Musco Teacher.*, T-IewigreoT iutSd m--DBtilt ti'bSir vante. olt'I" ' Contractor,.-Mouufaoturors, Mining Cjm. paui s, iFartifoattBid othlri.largor employers; ouplicd with every dlosotiption, ofi,Lbor.! 1 GovernesatZ;'.t~ditto Ttiaoltielw, elocted, by a piofeioent teacher of musir. ii, Agcncoies Iit,.ea ehl of;lthe,.COLONIES in c.nMootion .withithhbo.tCOLOIALI LAnBOR INSTITUTIE';T.14 " v. ol -.-'.d' -'d i.H ..; 35 LOKNSDALE. STREE.,AVLEST, A. ATSM'lH T y V T E T E A R Y AR 8 0U it'<3EO N, V M " bo-conuhl'od daily--at - Mr. Cumings' Voterinaryg Shoeing. Forge,, Vio »toriayroe6t N ;.i. rlosidcnE-dl'i3LLlstET COOTTAGIi,' r A R Y S T'8JE, -0 A ,h LT1 N Photo TaFph rena * A lETl' OF ONE TllIUSI.9AD W PliUNDS Hn'ebeesi hinde' thb'h your caý. :i get aT good a - "': 11ALF . THE MONEY-. OU WOCLD'*PAY "T 6"'ANY:'OTHER .HIOTOGRAPHIER I - A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1874

Auctions. SATURDAl,JNOVVIEMBER 14. At Two O'Clock.. Carlton. Absolute Sale of Very Superior BRIOK COTTAGE and LAND. To Capitalists, Speculators, Clerks, AMechanics, and others. TF. ARNOLD, .being favoured with . lnstructions from the owner (who Is leaving the colony), will SELL by AUCTION, on. the premises, known as Felix cottage, sitnated in Nicholson street, near the june tion of Church street, at two p.m., on Satur dih374th~lest.. All that elIgible allotment of land hav ing a frontage of 10!L. Gin. to Nicoholson street, by 105ft. to a right. of.way in roar 10ft. wide, erected theron is a most substantial and well builtibrick verandah cottage of three S" largereomsn. enitrance hall, with cor nice add contre flowers,'slate roof, and fitted with oirery convenienoc, with ;,::, flower gardensand large yard. Note.-This Is rosely a very pretty and well built cqttage, and well worth the atton tlon of persons :requlring the same. ` _ Terms at sale. STitle Guaranteed. SATURDAY,: NOVEMBER 1...

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THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874

TILE OPERA; "El D&ordo' has had a fair: sh'aie of success, and; average houses' have ;been the rule throughout the week.

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Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874

Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL: ; Mr. and Mrs. XYilliamson- are-,still the chieflattraction and develop some afresh traits of character that;adds, if possiblt, to their popularity;: iBMr:";Villiamson is especially icotnical ; in dohneating;i the Chines': oliracter,'.and 've'question:'i=f. Bret Harto possesses na keener perception of, the "' 'Elatthen: -Chideo" "'than' DMr., WiiiamgWon. -. .

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