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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

E'l-.IE. .1Tde. Go. Have rETURlNED to the OLD CORNER Lately Occupied by EKMAN & SONS. New and Second and Furiiture "BO'CTGk-2-E*' deX SOL".D. Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, And Bedding Manufacturers, r325 ?VIOTORIA ST;, WEST MELBOURNE' Consult EKMAN & CO. if you Want to Buy .-or-Seil:. GEORGE SIMMONDS, WvaOLESar.LE 4BUTCJ-IER'S SMVIALL GOODS MANJ. ..-COURTNEY ST,, NORTH MELBOURNE,;. .Small Goods a Speciality. Country Orders punctually attended to. JOHN DALEY, Furnishing Undertaker & Embalmer, Corner Latrobe and Spring Sts., Melbourne. 'PUBLIC OTiCE.-A nnurhaliving been put- into -ir?- l?aIst by- itees-d-parti'- that the old established Undertaking Business of John Daley, of Latrobe and Spring sts, haschatiged hands, it is hereby notified that the business is still carried on by the under signed, as representative of the family of the late John Dalcy. " . Latrobe and Spring streets. Melbourne. (Signed), THOMAS: DALEY. Funerals conducted to any extent in Town or ...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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THURSDAY, Oct. 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

THUonSDAr, Oct. 22. Before Dr.Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie, Bindon and Fogarty, Js.P. UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. Florence Stewart was charged as above. Annie Stubbs said she was the licensee of the Athletic Club Hotel, and the defendant came in and misconducted herself, and when she was ejected she struck the complainant, slapped her in the face and pulled her hair down. Defendant also used very bad language. Defendant was fined 5/-, or 24 hours imprisonment. LARCENY. Charles Hillman was charged with stealing a roll of oilcloth valued at 24'-. Frederick Marshall, manager of Mr W. Trott's furniture warehouse, said that on Tuesday there was a roll of oilcloth outside the shop. From what he was told by the police he examined the out side of the shop, and found it missing. The prisoner acknowledged taiing the cloth. It appeared that a constable saw prisoner hanging about the shop, and finally saw him walk away with the cloth. Defendant was fined 20'-, or 14 days. GIVEN ANOTIIER CHANCE. -M...

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THE LATE CR. P. COSTELLO. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

THE LATE On. P. COSTELLO.-Thn funeral-of the- above-gentleman, -who expired at his residence, Canning-street, on Saturday, after a prolonged illness, took place on Monday forenoon, being followed by the Mayor (Cr. J.1. Barwise), and Crs. Fogarty, Fuller, Gardiner, Petric, and Steel. The remains Mere interred according to the rites of the Catholic Church, in the Melbourne General Cemetery, and the arrange mtents in connection with the obsequies wereconductel by John Daley, under taker, Latrobe-street. Cr. Costello arrived in the colony in 1841, and in 1855 was elected as a representative of the Latrobe Ward in the City Council, and afterwards sat for the Gipps Ward. In 1861 the deceased was elected as repre sentative for North Melbourne in Parlia ment, but did not sit. About six years ago he entered the local Council, and was mayor from 1892-93. At the time of his death Cr. Costello was 72 years of age. The Council adjourned on Monday out of respect to his memory, and decided to send...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

REPORTS, Williamstown.-lo0th - Hodges and DeGruchy, 7 dozen mullet. 11th-J. McFadyen, 13 dozen; C. Rouse 16 dozen. Docks.-I Oth-Baneroft and Gregory 40 dozen mullet; Brawn, 6 dozen. 16th -S. Wilkins. 4 dozen ; Bancroft and O'Callaghan, 23 dozen. 17th-A Meek, 11 dozen; J. Hodges, 4 dozen. 18th -J. Miller and E. Callendar, 8 dozen. 19th-A. Meek, 8 dozen. Saltwater (Maribyrnong).-15th-M. Pratt, five bream, 1-1)lbs, 4--lb. W. Ryder, 8 bream up to jlb, at Pines, above sandbank. Horseshoe Bend, 18th -R. J. Smith, 11 bream 81bs, 2-1albs each. 20th-M. Pratt, three bream, 1-l11b 9ozs, 2-8ozs. Yarra (Alphington), 14th-C. Twight, two perch, 2¼lbs and 1l1bs, on worm. Abbotsford, 16th-Mlr Or mond, two perch, ljlbs and lb. 17th J. Hyde, one perch jlbs; 1. Jenkins, once perch lb. Heidelberg, 18th-F. Parker, one perch 1lbs. Falls, 17th An angler, one trout 8}lbs. Kew Lagoons, 18th-Mr Hurst, eight perch, largest llb. Werribee.-14th-J. Miskia, 71bs. bream, largest 2Jlbs. 17th-J, S. Morrison, 4 bream ...

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MloNoxAY, OCT. 19. Present.f-The Mayor (Cr. Barwise), and Crs. Wadick, Gardiner, Fuller, Stel, Carter, Fogarty, and Petrie. On rifting, the Council went into con:iteice, to cohnsider and order upon Report No. 286 of the Public Works Coomnitle, recommending that such a course be adopted to deal with epplica tions for the appointment of valuer, to value tihe rateable property of the town, for the year 186-9-7. Mr. W. H. Webb, architect, was ap pointed valuer, at the remuneration of £55 a year. The Council then adj ucrnel in conse quence of the death of Cr. Costello.

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tue ordinary weekly meeting of the above society was held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, Bourke-street, Melbourne, on Friday, 16th October. Mr Alf. Moon (president) in the chair. The at tendance of members was large. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CO R ES 1ONDIOENCE. Front J. Sherrard, secretary to Exhi bition Trustees, stating that they had published a handbook on thle Aquarium, and would be pleased to forward a copy to all members ontt receiving names and addresses from the societv.-Received, and secretary instructed to forward list. From Kyneton District Fish Protec tion Society and Anglers' Club, re affiliation, stating that same had been dealt with by their society, and approved of. They also forwarded a copy of their rules.-Received. and referred to the Angling Commuittee. From Sergeant McKenzie, Werribee, informing society that hie had forwarded the net captured at mouth of the Werribee river t...

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C.Y.M.S.—NORTH MELBOURNE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

C.Y.M.S.-NORTH MELBOURNE BRANCH. Tue above society held its ordinary weekly meeting in St. Mary's School room, Victoria-street, on Monday eve ning, the 19th Oct. The Spiritual Di rector, Father Murphy, was in attend ance. In the unavoidable absence of the President, Bro. F. Carroll was elected to the chair. There was a moderate attendance of members. The Secretary, Bro. James Nangle, read the minutes of previous and committee meetings, which were confirmed. Correspondence was read from the Flemington Branch re its annual ball, offering tickets at reduced prices, and as the number would be limited, early application for same was necessary. There was one new member enrolled, and seven nominations received. The secretary of the branch's cricket club reported that his team had won all the matches (2) they had played up to the present, for the Executive Council's Trophy. It was announced that Tues day, 27th October, would be the date of the next and final social of this season's series, ...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

CYCLING NOTES. BY RAEGWOL. A PROMINENT member of the Speedwell is reputed to have benefitted by Crcmorne's win to the extent of £ 1000. The club wish him a continuance of his good luck. Among the Austral entries the Speedwell are responsible for the following: Messrs. Rice, Johnson, Morrah, Browne, Walsh, Darbyshire, W. and C. Greenwood. A deputation from the R.C.A. recently waited on the Exhibition trustees re im provements to that most execrable of tracks. Mr. L. L. Smith asked what it wouldi cost to make the track thoroughly safe, and mentioned that the trustees would not sanction the expenditure of any large sum. Mr. C. I. Rice, in answer, said the racing men hoped that their lives and limbs would be of more consideration in arriving at a decision than the necessary £ s.d.-The trus tees apparently did not see it in that light, as they have decided to spend £300 on it before the racing season. -Ten times the amount would barely make the track safe to race on. Two of the most grac...

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THE WESTERN WARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

THE WESTERN WARD ...- -.. . LECTION. OwIxNo to the death of the late Cr. Cos tello an "extraordinary" vacancy has occurred in the Western Ward of this town. As regards candidates, Mr. M. T. Gleeson, of Macaulay Road, who is a large property owner in the Western Ward, and an old resident, definitely an nounces himself in another column as a candidate. Other probable "starters " are Messrs. J. Green, and J1. Polglase. The first was a member of the local council for some years, anterior to the present time. The latter has before heen an aspirant for municipal honors, and has been asked by several ratepayers to allow himself to be nominated on this occasion. The date of the election has not been yet fixed, but will shortly be duly advertised. The names of several other gentlemen have been mentioned in this matter; but the ones above quoted are the only reliable enough to justify publicly chronicling.

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LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. Melrose Imperial v Ferndale.-This match was played on the ground of the former, and when tilwstumps weredrawn the scores were: Ferndale, 11G6-McKay 54, Knox 17, Duncan 13, Delaney 11; Melrose, 6 wickets for 27-Torpey 23. The most succesful bowlers for the Melrose were J. Sullivan, 1 for 11; Louch, 3 for 47; and Riordan, 2 for 20. Cambridge, let innings, 108; v. Park ville, let innings, 8 for 17. Criterions, let innings, 08; v. Bun tingford, 1st innings, 7. I.O.O.F. Tnorun.-Hotham Union Lodge West Melbourne Lodge.-This match was played on the ground of the ground of the latter, and resulted in a win for the Hotham Union by an innings and 1 run. Hotham Union, 65-Chap man 20, Davis 12, and Pierco 10 (not out). West Melbourne, 22 and 42 Hard 7, Steele 5, Curwood 20, and Lawrence 6. The bowling for the winners was divided between A. Trott, 9 for 31; and McCorkell, 7 for 25. Cuvrwood was the most successful bowler for the losers. C.Y. M.S. TnoPHY.-North Mel ...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. Ton fortnightly meeting of the North Melbourne Branch was held in the Lodgeroom, Mechanics' Hall, on Thurs day evening, October 15th. The Pre sident, Mr. Jas. Pickett, in the chair. The minutes having been confirmed, and the usual routine business dealt with, amongst which was an exhaustive report in reference to a friendly society for females in connection with the associa tion, Mr .f. J. Longmore read a very interesting paper on "The Crust of the Earth," which caused a little discussion,

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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. Melrose Juniors v Bohemians.-This match was continued last Saturday, and when the stumps-were drawniflio scores for the day were Melrose, 2nd innings, 188-W. Stuckey 40, W. Leach 80, Hunt 15, W. Crosbie 13, C. Langdon 11. Bowling: T. Fyans, 3 for 18; M. McDermott, 3 for 28. Bohemians, 2nd innings, 2 for 81-T. Fyans 29, A. McDougall 19 (not out), Letty 15, Dickson 13 (not out).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

- Public Notices. SPAREBROO0K BICYCLES from -22 108s. For WEDDING RINGS KEEPERS, DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE MENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of all kinds, SPECTACLES, and ELECTROPLATED WARE, GO TO TOWN HALL BUILDINOS, NORTH MELBOURNE. ' ~C-Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery Repaired. All Work Guaranteed. Size Cards of Rings and Prices sent on application. 0' "WHOLESALE STOBACCONIST AND IIHAIRDRESSER, 55 Errol St., Nth. Melbourne. The Trade Supplied with any quantity of Tobacconist's Goods at M~erchiant TAILOR,) Near IIII1 t~IR ELBORNE, - . -, 353 Victoria-st, -ERROL _ _ _ _ _ _ WEST MELBOURNE, Street. ENTLEMEN interested in their personal appearance would do well to give us a trial. Our Clothing gives universal satisfaction, and is Unequalled for FIT, STYLE, and WEAR. All Gaarments are ntfo au tIhe Latest Models, & Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. CYCLISTS, ATIhLETES, CIIAIPIONS of the WHEEL, Are reminded that we Cater especially for their lRequirements BICYCLE SUITS to Measure from 2 GUINEAS. M. J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

SALE! EXPIRATION OF LEASE SALE! Great Sacrifice of Drapery Goods AT SNORTH MELBOURNE. Ladies and Gentlemen, we ask you to visit us, when you will find our Prices S. , Right as Rain" . , " .We. warnt &?s.O OOO n Bullion this Month, and will off4 ;. _ EXTRAORDINARY & UNPARALLELED BaRiINS FITZGERALD BROS., Errol-st., North Melbourne. SCOLONNADE Boot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST., North Melbourne. Try Leeming's Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes;, neat caps; 3/11 per pair ; marvellous value. Ladies! Glace Lace Shoes, 4/11. Button Shoes 5/11: ' Ladies' i. Reliable Bals., neat. toecap, 4/11. , '. _Queen Button and Bals.:,5 L Ladies' Glacei Bals! 6/11.. Button. ~Ghlace : Bals., worked a ibutton::holes, 7/11. Gent.'s Tani Sedan Bals. 8/6( Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Welted Bals., 12/6 special value. Gent.'s Dress Bals., 4/11 & 5/11. Ladies" White Shoes, Lace aind Button, 3/11. REPAIRS a Speciality, and Finished .Daily:; Large Staff of Skilled Repairers kept on the Premises. BOOTS for CHILDREN Le...

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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Ox Sunday, the annual collection will be taken up in the churches in Melbourne, and most of the provincial districts for the charities of the colony, and, seeing how well the object has been contributed to all through the depressed years which have followed tihe artificial prosperity of the fag end of the eighties, there is little necessity to fear any great tightening of the purse-strings, the day after to-rtor row. It has been often said that Ilns pital Sunday has its practical and senti mental uses, and the truth of this is manifest. The sick poor are aided by the donations which the church-plates receive; andmany an embarrassed chari table cmnnittee enabled- toamfrdL relic which, but for this annual institution, they would have to withhold. This is practical good in tlhe most emphatic sense of the word; and then, in the union of all Churches and Creeds, in doing good, we have an exemplification of the sentiment that should actuate them in matters affecting the w...

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THE LONGEVITY OF THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

THE LONGEVITY OF THE LAW. RECECNTLY an article appeared in the Argue relative to the above subject, and it is worthy of extended consideration, and may be viewed from several stand points. The conservatism of the law in all its aspects has often been commented upon, and it has come to be regarded pretty well an axiom that reforms, and a discarding of ancient and cumbersome for modern and handy methods, are more easily effected in any department of life than that of the law. Even in this colony the same coniplicated preambles and verbose formuhe are droned in the Lonsdale-street Courts in many instances as were used in Old Bailey at the beginning of the century, and it has recently been discovered, owing to the action of a police magistrate in the country, that the old "crowner's quest a Suiclued s b oty, and Uorlnn it a; r ?lour cross roads at midnight is actually good in Victoria, while in New South Wales not so very long ago some old enact ment of Charles II. with regard to Sabbat...

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WEST MELBOURNE LINE. BROWN BAND BY DAY. CLEAR LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

WEST M1ELBOURNE LINE. flaowseB~ Dsny fY DAy CLEARI LiGHT AT NIGHT. First Car leaves Queeonsblerr strcet Week D1ay f o .15ii uS , Sundays 1at 1 .4 5 p .m . . . r _ .... " , i.: '; First' Car,' lees huiSers streetb Week Days at6 ? ' Sa n1 ? yiids at 2.5 p.m. us.. Last Cur lesaves fQuisher'ry-street ýVeck Days at 11 itpi us. Saturdays at.1?;40n :S;uSiii;days at? ?0.1? ?i.m . Ls Car.' leaves Fliinders'street-= 'WdekDa$ys' at'.3(O p.im.;` Satiirdays at 12 p.m.; Sunday s'at 10 32pun.: Connection":made at Queensberry etrei'-t iith' North Melbourne Tinlm Line, anudtransfers ,uisde'il itbiek.itra~harge. sil.. ir a . .. . . n" •

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MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. Parkhill v. South Yarra Presbyter ians, was continued last Saturday, and when stumps were drawn the scores were: South Yarra Presbyterians, first innings, .S ,e n -,,,... ,-1---Thompson, 51. Parkhill, first innings, 53; second innings. 0 for 18-Rushford 9 (not out), i'aylor 9 (not out). E. Fox, 3 for 9; H. Rutley, 4 for 19; D. Fox, 1 for 10; E. Rutley, 2 for 34.

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TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

TRAMWAYS. h oRTlt IiiEL ti30 NE L1 ¶E. GRneN BAND. Y A ". I".nE 'IA. Ar1 iti" . '" i AT 2NIOUT ;First Cinleaves Flemington Jlridgc Week) Days at .5.45 am.; ,Sundays at 1.40 p.m.., . :. ,First Car., leaves, Flinderi -street-- \Veek Days at 6.7,.a.na;s Suiidays.at Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week l'ays at 11.5 p.m. ;..Satulrdays at 1."5pm. ,.Sunays at 10.Ot lp.m. Last Car': leaes Flinders-street Week .ays ,at 11.30 p.m.; Saturdays at 12,p.m.;. Sundays aat.10.t39 pm,? Fare from Fiinders-street to Fleming ton Bridge 3d.ý, Conniection mmde at lFlemington B1ridgeivith Mooneo Ponds Omnibus Line. 3Through,Fare, d.4,d STransfers allowed, at .Queensberry-st., to Welst Melbourne Line, and tice versa:

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LATE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896

LATE CUTS. North v East next Saturday. The first match for two years. When "Stuck." meets "Stuck." then comes the tug-of-war. A. E. Trott and Jack Harry make their first appearance after their return from the grand tour. Carlton :123, South 137-Jimmy Pullar 100 -the first century of the season. Richmond 250, Fitzroy Ill. East 190, Hawksburn 87. Won on the first innings in each case. Fearfully slow cricket on the N.iM.iP.R. last Saturday. Look here, Prince, old fellow, you will have to wake up, otherwite-you know, With ju.licios coaching and an absence of "swelled head," Jack Saunders should .ve one o! our bt leawlersr.--- - - Molyneux again albsent from the secoud lost Satunlay.. What is it Billy -Stol.ie "Scotch" Blushell put thc Rovers on their mettle last Saturdnlay. The:" irresistible" in great form with the Cobunij104 and 324, Essendon 68 and four for 14. University 138 and fivefor-159, Hawthorn 108. Port Melbourne 157 and two for 23, Wil liausto?t? 183. The Victorian CrickOete...

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