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HOTHAM CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
HOTI-IAI CRriZCIPET CLUB 'C. N C-- "COrNfR;I .' .._. We underatand,tlint the tickets, for the coucert in aid of the funds of tho liotham Cricket Club are passsing off very freely. It is to be hoped that the business people;ihll interest themliselves in making the concert a success by pur chasing, the remaindser of ,the tickets. The price of each is but trifling, but if all are sold, the funds of the club will be handsomely supploaeuited, and as a necessary consequence the cricket ground will be greatly improved.
Borough Councils. COBURG ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
:: aB rough_ Coucisif ?.':: COBURG ROAD BOARD:. The annual election for the office of Chairnlag'to tho Coburg District: Road Board took place in the liRoad Boardoffilces on Wednesday last, the wholo~'' of'the members were prosent e"xcpt Mr. Vin cent, twd'minbombrs were nominated :for the position-Mr. Kyle and Mr. McGo. wan, .the lattcr gentleman being unavoid ably late in attending;.. The.supporters of M[r. KIyle were anxious to proceed with tie election, as it was pretty.well known Mr, Kyle, with a good grace, consented to wait until his arrival, when' the .re* sult proved as anticipated:. Messis Hunt; Beilly end Chapman, vorting for Mr McGowau'; and Messrs. Mussen, Dolling. and Christian, for Mr. Kyle. To, settle the mattdr' the: tiwb candidatedo$ames were put ina hatand drawn for, Ihdn Mr. K3yle was successful lnd. th 'rtfore declared oliairmar foi, thel enuxugyearm l very flattering. vototof· t!?hpncs w? , acCorded: tb asr. : Iunt, :the rctiring. chairman, who replied in suitabl...
CHEVALIER BLONDIN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
IIEEYATIER BILOnNDIN. The Artillery Grounds are wellattcndej' on overy occasion' that NI. Blondin gives a perfordmane.' This: gentleman a. can! perform moqr feats.in-a?rope a hundred feet high than a largnuber 'of pbeople could .hops. to._'ciI' lt'6"d6, teira firma. Dancing,e1 skiPpinag;waklkingl with" wickei baskets; m ,placeof boots, riding ona bycicle, ectinng ajpate with ease aid .comin fort, and tossing offi a.bumper of champ: pagne with the utmost 'oncialance are only some of the achievements of tlij Clievalier. Ioe will remain .in . Victoria; we believe, until after Christmas.
JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
J. STICII. ., ' Sir--If' the ? uld.hb' ' ilustico"' in your l, fst week'sl isun' lhad e ditedi his letter from the Yarra Bolnd instbiil bof Ileiilbergi,I would have overlooked his foolish remarks, but ai li is (it'. lie could be) it permanent resident here I wain the people of lelidelborg to hav'e iothing to do with this inan.. iri alelwer to my qubs tions phg'oht o himr oli a stds' tllai?'T l]io'rid " hoiuso, "no :! lhilsatlck, '?nj "drop;'" no 'f 'uncu. " 'Voll, " hliti;o ihear4 tlipt'thera ies'iodisgrea?e to it porsoli being poor as lon' tis he is honest and industrious, fiInil nis iluite netifiled inbolug as poor' s I am. iho above childish Femirke of tho woul " tibeld" bro nark n o yo eused to sing. It: o foot of lansd I po1sss, 'bn ottig; in tl iswi ldern?oJ 6a poor.way.firing man. [iowovcr soiimrg'tha thei would beo Jus. ,tico " has altogoth&r failod to answer my challongo I shall take theo advice of a wieso man who said " Answer not a fool in his ;fogy.. 15 ? i ALu A...
Letters to the Editor. THE BRUNSWICK SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
Letters to `the ,Editor. TIE IBRIUNSWIOi sUit8 VYOR. Sir-Perhlýpsa' p you'_ will "iriform' me whother the Survoyor, \Mr.Mlclvor, 'is -to be paid for proparing tho plans ih' connoc* tion with that improvoments :whiich :will take place in tho borough.' Now, sir, I think the Council should bo very careful before thby entrust? the works to that! gentleman,, after the facts which hare come to liglit r'bccntly, especially aftbr he statemicnt id the Council by ".Council. lorStrangcr,I thinkit wonuld be voryunlo. sirable to intiuit theo supoqvision of the works to the proscnt? Surveyor. It would be far better to engage a good man who would give his whole timo to the work. pay him well and make him personally superintend the carrying out ofthe workls. Careloss supervision mea il the loss of money, to the ratopayers.-Yours &c. SIrunswck, , o , 8 ,.Brunswisk,-18th, Novemiber, -1874,
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
Cricket. A miatoh took place between the Star. of Hotham v.. Atlas, which resulted, in' a victory for the former by -32 ;runs, Watt wi:h ten runs, and'Ryan:with eight, were the highest scorers.for the Star, and Abbolm's boiling was very effective- for 'the same club. The I=otham Inis?rinl;,2n ?elaven; play thlid Mechanics' 2n eloveni, on the'grouna of the lattor;'ini th'oRoyal Park, on Siatuir. day next, at 3.o'clock sharp. 'A match uwas ilayed. b netwee? the Ilotham Unitice v;- theo: employes of Messrs. Rowden Bros:, which resulted in an beasy victoryI 6r,th'efornier~by:12, runs and an innings. D. DBioford'bowled well fdr thedi former, ,and -Murphiy 'for 'the latter. A. match will le;, '.-iyd`i Ie'twvoen: thl: Hotham United v.,Stdri of:Hothai? ih 'th. Royal Park 'at tired' :o'lbdk,- :The fol-. 1blving will represent tlie f~irme-:ii Bilk. fords, (3) Cayzor, C lucas, Gregory, Plerce, ,MtcMastcr, t[obson, Purvos,(2) Ivory. .- A match r;wasaplayed:.· .on.. Saturday,-,: bot(ween the I-l...
MATER'S MUSICAL WAREHOUSE, RUSSELL STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
MATEWR' MIUSICAL WPAR E. 'IIOUSE, IRUSSELL STREET. Any'por?on iclio possosses a taste" for music and art caiispend a very pleasant half hour by. visiting the musical establishmout of ?Mater and Co.. 87 Russell street.. The building i :unusually largo and- spa ciou., and'is divided into various.compart. meats conlaining organn,pianofortes, and fancygloods. PThe loworhall is 6ift.indepth and l0ft'. high, and its aceoustic pro. portibs' are :cry 'good;. A flue cabi-. not ; organ;, in splendidly' carved oak, gothio style, ton :toot high, P. Tray. r0?, of' Stuttgart- being. the maker, attracted our special attention. The. instrument possessesa full rich tono and is well suited for a church or private dwelling. Further on somo'pianos, fresh from the filip, were unpacking, which happened to he Schwcliton's well known obliques, in splendid condition, the walnut casing shining like a mirror.. Several were triod.y Mr Huonerbein, the representative of the firm in Melbourne, and all were alike ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
TBIRUN SQLRA}I 5 rnt iopal : .MR. GEOGE RICKETTS; This Sohool, in addition to-giving a. ound "| Edglleh -Eduoation to- thboppild, prepares leorn carefully for the Civil Service, and Matrioulation Excaminatlon. . , "~ITirme :-O',e to thron gulnens per quarter. 'l .nilay, .Wneed.. 3e, and Fridays,. .'o ,li. alrtioulars may be had' by applying to t it P-inolpal. `_ _ °" C' "Conveyances.' .CABS; s WAGGON?I' 'ES..' ,., ON: H-::: IRE, AT TIIISTAI3LS.. DRUIMMONLD S REET, CAltf;ON.'' "[LdHAEL FOLL? brat to anmnuco that hJ hnas aways for hlre, for long or short periods, a variety off fare,'waggonuttoe for pinnioc, &6. &. rO:. tt' most moereat' te'rm '.' (:- .: rapers,. etc. 'i" CORNERI O ; Spencer, &' Rosslyn1 sts; "lti" 1 G B BA.R.. RE t'T Would call special attention to his -tock of SPliING_:GOO:PS The following Departments will be found i "wLelleasorted. ": MILLIN ER Y, - All the novelties of the season in - BIats, ? "'I3 Bonnets,:: ?:eathers, "I Fioweir m Ors, O a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
P. M.EtRY &CQ0. 31,33 and 35ER tROL SREET HOThAALMT, IMPOIITEIRS OF DRAPERY AND FANCY SGOODS. P. MII. & Co. invite epecial attetion to their large and varied Assortment of DRA1PERy consisting of Silks, Shawls, Mantles, Millinery, .Fancy Dresses, Prints, Calicoes, Sheetings, ]Blankets, Flannels, Quilts, Tweeds, Hosiery, :: Gloves; : Underclothing, etc. . MENS' AND BOY'S CLOTHING READY MADEAND TO ORDER. N.B.-Our prices for all classes of Drapery will'bo found to bh much lower than 3Melbourno Charges. Auctions MONDAY, NOVE IlBElR 30. CARLTON. nurcserved Sale of Two Shop Allotments In Elgin street Close to Mcirregor's, Butcher. Tale, Real Property Certificate. ALFIED BLISS has receivod instructions from Mr. WILLIAM HILL to SELL by PUIBLIC AUCTION, at the mart, 82 Collins street west, on Monday, November 30, at twelve o'clock, Two CHOICE IBUILDING SITES In EL GIN STREET. t Lot 1.-21ft. 4n. frontagetoElgln sreet by a depth along a reserve o i ft. 10n. of 851t., with a righ...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH, 1874 AMERICAN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE., FlrpIDAY, NOVOI ER 27TTH; 1874 AM.EBRICAN POLITICS.,"... Tl'he development of trade between cl e Aduti?;liail Colonies andd Sasi' 'irn: cisco, which has, been brought about chiefly. th!rouglh tbeam communication with thrt sa'it' 6f the world; ?aturally1 induces us tb take ai greater interest in iJne?rican politics than hitherto. Only a foew days ago the telegraph informed us thiwt the Demoerate obtained ,a ni.i jority at the recast elections in several States which had previouslgy voted the 'Fstraight '" Republican : ticket. . Now', ilthough this announcement is a very simple one, _yet it may be fraught with the deepest'itportance to the future of ithe Unitld `Sttces. - Theie Acricriui people are divided into two great par ties-the Republicans and the Democrats. The Democrats'are cdmposed of nearly the whole of the white populatibn oi the Southern States, and this' party, ever since American independence, possessed a mnajority in both branches .of the Nastionl...
Tales, Sketches, &c. THE DIAMOND BRACELET. I. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
Ti ales, Sketches,-&c. THE DIAMOND IRACELEI. The stately rooms;oft-ono'of the finest houses in Lendon were open for the reception of evening guests. Wax-lights; looking Innumerable when reflected from the mirross, shed their raysve on the gilded decoratlons, on 'oe fnop paintinge, oand'on'the gorgeous droessue of the ladies; the enllveoning strains ofthe obnd invited to the dance, and the ro' roxdtlo.: omitted a sWeet'-perfume. It wasoethe Wost-end residenco of a famed and wealthy city merchant of lofty standing lifs young wifofwaqtau earl'sdaughter, and th adtniesseion to the houee of ".Mr. and'Lady' Addla Nothorleigh was coveted by the gay world. It_ c U - C..` ",There's a rent l" almost screamed a' oretty-.ooking girl. By some m'shep durlng l'danoing her partner contrived to put his foot upon her thin white dress, and the bottom, of the skirt was torn half oir'. ":Quite impqsaiab' ethat I gan finlshe the quadrlll," quoeth she to hini,half in amuse. .ont, half provoked at....
THE UNITED STATES. San Francisco, Oct. 8, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
(vfl';O;r OWL( OWYN COXIL1LSIo.OL~IN1X 1' i (r i i 0U1 o - o .ssontv: S -l'I rauIisco, Ot. -8, 187.1. Vu ale arn that out oif chaos w, tnasy shsortly expect- osrow kind o1 orqur! a 4is stabilstyto reign in the tlio' v e-rld dis.= -! pasrture ol'i sot "'Aucsltrinn o-mi' bonts, ýisr. HTill, oust psuuutlusr ageust in Sydney, atnd otoful tlis s-Iiai'proprito'rs' or your st boa liuue rsrrivlitd ra sosiso short tni. ago. Ilis mission, hOganquncd was to " put hings_ straiMlitsth tlhe El glish capitalists who have, invested in Lthe otediier wheich run to - Sydnoy, and place them., osn-a lir? p basyi,. but tfrom what I lean pbirvately I fancy that ihe is pretty wel[ phiyed out.. Ito has, bec' very "shaily' reprima~ndoedl in officditil ailars t :l' , S'ishington, and ho has not met. witivthat success ini London tlatlio.. ntioilpatd. The telegraph in. forms us,that" a? combination of English capitalists..will.: probably 'Ilnaugurate :-a nLewlinowhiol-in'ilI be both durable arid responsibleo; b...
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT HILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
:TIEi LOCgl, GOY ERNMI E T[ T . ILL. r'- eare glad o perceive that the Local G~vernmet Bill has at last passed the Assenb Should it become law the Borough f Iotham will be enabled to borrow .)other loan on very tbmrbret/-erms: 0 "expornctluro' 'o twenty-livo thousa d. pouids -would improove tc h shtreots? o very great: ex tecnt, and,be the ni as of adding to the population very c( nsiderably.? Increased. population mean an increase in the amount of rates paid to the local treasury. Is is idle to aflirii that' because -:another. loan miglit beniefit few land spectstors intlhe western partof .the.borough that therefore mony should not be borrowed.. Wqe ire str'niigly ili favor 'of loanu being raised, not because it may suit the views of Hi Oi'nuticill;r This ofiThat, but'be cause we firmly believe that the, outlay of money for public purposes, if judioiously, applied, whoud materially add to the prosperity of lotlihan.
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
WATER UIJPLY. Councillot' Lduiens successfully .car rled a motion at the last meeting of the lothanm Council, affirming' the desira bility of ater pipes being laid down i'ii the following !qcali ties;-llai i strcot ?'froni its Junc lionl ith Sliefl atret to "dite f.MeCuiley road ; 1]tskino stroetc from A Abbotsford to l)ryburgh stroots; l3roughaiiti street, from Abbotsfard tiiu' l)rybt;gbl : trects; itid' th whlo.lolength of Carroll .street. Since the motion was carried, applica tion has boon made to'th6' Govertiment to' e.dted' fl:b iipeo . to: tle ujbove streets, and there is little doubt but that tihe requestwill bhegranted. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
T IIE iNE VEST BUILDING ,L . SOOCIETY. Asi theo PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, and IlNVESTMENT ASSOCIATION. Registered tinder the Friendly Sooelties : . SHARES, £25 EACH. SEnEitranceFee, le.: per'Share; and Fort. nightly;Subecrptione, 4e. per Share.:, TDuDtees : ,; DAVID SY1ME..Esq. (Age) : o JAS. T'P? E,'Es qJ.P . JAMES FER?U SON,'Eq, J.P. Committee,fi . Manageiennt: -P'resident,. j, Hon. F:ILONGMORE, I.P.' Vi ?, Vioe-Piesident:: : . :.,:u" J.OURTAIN,:Esq., liLP,. 21105.,ADAbMOON, :Jun., .Esq, (U.S Connul). ROBT. WALKER, E., M.P, ." E: J, DIXON Euq.' . -.. E'I.. ZOX,'Esq'.J;,jp, ,. ..•: ,J;inlSArITH'sad IMIAERTON .-r?;,'Ii (iBanke .s .: . , " EBoglih,-oottish and:Austrrlian Chaitered ji" L7i MBank ;;!8 11:el *A..rq ...,Aot-dry. t i: ,:', :. ;+, ,.ILn ,TEM? B PTLO N,+ EFq. ,,FI.A.: :: '°m:.jitikei tT.. r _, , .r owAF11I-al I 4leINS STr Ell` EST.. hA lit?1 a (i1a0lt ' of ='Tp raymeni e, cobina ed with ?aetiloiat(i6unn theitriniatl 'divialon of proS oidetsL. ,1 7. 1-1 THIS ASSOCIAT...
ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CHURCH. &nbsp; It is a pity that a very fine piece of land in the centre of Victoria-street is &nbsp; allowed to lie waste. The brick build- ing known as St. Mary's, in which the Roman Catholics worship, is only fit for a schoolhouse. Indeed, it is a matter of surprise that in a locality where that denomination numbers some six or seven thousand, sufficient funds cannot be raised to build a new structure. If money cannot be readily collected for that purpose, why does not the trus- tees ask for permission to sell a portion of the land and devote the proceeds to erecting a new church. The trade in that part of Hotham would be materi- ally benefited if there were two or three dozen handsomo shops built on the fron- tage in West Melbourne. &nbsp; &nbsp;
REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1874
it FA r . i'A r.rA. MLussrs. ]Iiiktn niul "Loourd, Auction. cer10, rrport uo:folluvo :-.-4 very dIOeIthy I Nito prrvdado tip nlariot Ir nal deoodrip. tiou's offreeiiold and lI Cnhold proper ty; atl thle llespnt, tlrt welia &voano unlimited L]Lrnlll for goaMd prdl)pL'ty, and could easily dioposo of :rllols. detarihoedl et 11go m and good building silos at very high prics ;st great is hlie doen1 f r W-9.os ;vacsin dwol'ing, aldhhog oi? ;'Jlist numbers so?e hui rods, d oi u wo'would takcothis opportuie tp adyis4c?Ac;italists. aril oeeculbtive Uud s t*f; ret liodfse property in the northern st frbs, ias weo are confident it would pay ithor-- asa permanent investmout or as a spooulation. .T'lho following are the sales offeoted dur ii; 'the eo'?ek:'Wdodcottliio,'Shil streot £250; 36ft. of·landl, ;Marauley, -road £117; 30fc. of laud, 1Iromuley road, £67. W:iill?in Tovhrs" atLitStSon;:1 1t'Cardigan street, Carlton, report having sold two brick houses, Barry street, Carlton, 30 x 66,...