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THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
T H N.O.T-.,:iL.IT,I.. : . .? ..-4,? oVU, ,A : ____ E 0tamEl S: THE al geagr:' FaYorite' on, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores : A STORY OF THE STAGE. 'CEAPTE R XViT-(Conti ncd, 8lss ?3ontgomery. came bak with Mrs. rriinlny.'nihd was pre eifed, and'thii concer. sattn became general,.rt - ::.:, ., lBy i e wnay.'- -sid Er: Granby; "they ine'that yosr brother, Miss Alelaide, has .o-eto thle'tl orf the Chlnma`', : DO you bhrfr miitm~tn: i,Miss1;tritgonider}; ]ifted;her. finely arched r cbro: a 0u1 loekd atthe questioner with her keen, levWelllaa'. i? S.h? knew well e?no?iig tlit he had lpat tlh qoestio?i simply to eml'ara ea his wife. , " Mr brother is in China, yes. And I do not? ';fat r hear from him.1 The i GCelestial Empire', as ve k oiw,is; not yet connected hr telepihoin'eaitli fLindhin city." lit TIal No, tt' it , to hb' sire, !e rl shbhld farcy Rohss would miss srme a}o t thlngi he: hts -been accustomed to theatresifor.inetanre.t, ... " Mi.' ianba'h id hard sincidentally that "IMr...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
MEtiL-IOURtNB CITY COUNCIL. `"a.,OR W;ARD.: ,Samue;A~mess ..~.retires 9th Nov., 1899 ,Jarnes.)ynon, l;7. ,. 18977 ,Richard Bowcue.. ,, * ;,, 189,6 A's8ESaons. * Henry H. Ilindon, John. Lettey. RArE COLLECTOR. R. Sparks..
THE LOCO. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
THE LOCO. BALL. THE Loco Quadrille Club terminated their season with a grand ball in the local town hall on Friday evening. As the club holds a foremost position in social circles, the success ofthe ball was snot even a matter of conjecture. The officers and committee are to be congratulated, as by their united and persevering endeavors, they have main tained a position for their club in the top rank, and the ball just passed will long be remembered by those who at tended it as an event in the social world this season, and will be looked back to as the culmination of what can be done by a club for the enjoyment of its patrons. A glance at the list of officers, viz.: President, Mr J. Harris; hoo. treasurer, Mr Beard; committee, Messrs McEwan, P. McCarthy, F.Kavanagh, Luff, Steele, ileming, Asker an-Dolman hlion. see., Mr W. Leslie; Ms.Cs., Messrs Buck ley and Gibson; shows at once the wis dom of its members in selecting such men to carry out is management. Robb's band of five perform...
CRICKET NOTES. BY MYRTON. NORTH MELBOURNE v. ST. KILDA. First Blood for the Premiers. A Winning Double. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
CRICKET NOTES. Br Myrox. NORTH MELBOURNE v. ST. KILDA. - -Firs?tBlood for the- Premiers - A Winning Double. SATURDAY last was not a nice day for cricket, and as the result of the above match was almost a foregone conclusion, a beggarly array oft emptyboenches met the players on taking the field at the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve. St. Kilda had eight wickets down for 40 when the stumps were drawn on the previous Saturday. However, no further addition was made to the score, as J. Carlton bowled Hall, neck-and-crop, the second ball ; and as Armstrong was not in attendance, the seasiders had to fol low on--a consunimation they probably devotedly wished for; but a most weari some afternoon's cricket resulted. With the exception of Ahern (60), not out, who batted vigorously and well for his runs, the play was of the tamest descrip tion, and, until the adivent of McClel land at the bowling crease, the trundling appeared to be little better. Armstrong, a young player from the Cumlode...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
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HOTHAM HILL WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
IIOTHAM HILL WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. TtI 23rd anniversary of the above was celebrated on Sunday, 11th inst., in the Schoolroom, Brougham-street. The Rev. A. R. Edgar preached in the morning, the attendance being very good. In the afternoon the Rev. S. Harris conducted the service, his remarks being addressed more particularly to the young folks, of which there was a large number present. The Rev. J. W. Crisp was the minister in the evening, and the congregation was such a large one that the schoolroom was crowded, and many were unable to obtain seats. On Wednesday, the 14th, the annual tea was held, at which there was a good attendance, especially of the school children, who thoroughly enjoyed themselves, doing full justice to the good things provided. After the tea the public meeting was held, the chair being occupied by Clement Davidson, Esq., who addressed to meeting at some length on Sunday-school work, the speech being attentively listened to, and well appieci ated. The Rev. W....
PRESENTATION to THE Rev. FATHER NORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
PRESENTATION to THE Rev. FATHER NORRIS. Ox Thursday evening a pleasing cere mony took place in St. Mary's (R.C.) Schoolroom, Victoria-street, when the above-namned gentleman was the reci plent of a dual presentation-one from the parishioners, in the shape of a very handsome illuminated address and a purse of sovereigns; the other, a beauti ful album of photos., presented by the local branch of the Catholic Young Men's Society, to which society hlie had been Spiritual Director. Mr. M. P. Jageurs presided, and on the platform were the Rev. Fathers P. Aylward, O'Dohlierty, Murphy, Gleeson, O'Reilly, and Norris, and Mr. T. Cassidy, Presi dent of the C.Y.M.S. ; Mr. A. E. Hughes, h.P.; Messrs. J. Bergin, D. O'Callaghan, and other gentlemen. Father Norris, as the public are aware, has been transferredlo&a Geelong, and it was determined i he should not leave North and West Melbourne without some tangible token of the parishioners of St. Mary's affection and esteem, while the C.Y.M.S...
HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. ST. Michael's Branch of the above Society held its usual fortnightly meeting on Tuesday evening, 6th October, in St. Mary's schoolroom, Victoria-street. The President, Bro. M. J. McNamara, occu pied the chair. There was a large atten dance of members. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. The secretary, Bro. D. Griffin, thlen read correspondence from the Hospital Sunday Committee, which was referred to thie Judicial Committee. After some further routine business was transacted, the following new members were enrolled:-N. Lawless, J. Holland, T. Jones, and J. Byrns; and there were five nominations received. The following amount was passed for payment, £4 6s. 6d. The receipts amounted to £6 7s. 6d.
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
FNORTIL 1ai iounu'g TowN (C.ouo n M:ayor, Mr J BarnviSeJ.P L~astern Ward Mi IGardinf; 'Mr W. II. Fuller, J.P. Mr J. BzlrviswacI Middle Ward- Mr' T Fogirty?, JP ; MrG .Carter ,.MrlDWadleick'.i '' Wetern' Wa'rd-Mr P. Co stello; Mr J.O. Steel, J.P.; MrJ. G. Patric:.,` SToivn Clerk; Mr H.T 1 lRinlallr? Rate Collector; pro 1 e)1 , fmfr IV Kieiro Surieyor,?M"r El:Mrve? Hebalthi Oflicer; DrWhitaker. InSpecter, Mr E g?,adiis. Overseer of Works, Mr G. DunIcan.?
BOURKE WARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
BOURKE WARD ELECTION. A--31sE vas-of-ratespayeraiofihe- fBourke Wlard (City) .swas convcned; by Messrs. C. Duckett and T. Warburton, and held at Nipparnt's Railway Club' Hotel, Spencer-st., on Tuesday evening, 20th inst. The room was crowded,sifsd many of the influential ratepayes of the Ward werepresent. Mr. C. Duck_ o^-eepf- th-char.Ure. opcnedLlzy introducing the candidate, and stated that Councillor Jacob Marks had carried out his duties so well in connection with the Ward and City generamlly, that he thought it just and right to call together the ratepayers to show their appreciation of his (Cr. Marks) services. Do hoped Cr. Marks would, with his brother councillors, bring in a measure. to alter the system ofelectingaldermen. He said they should be elected by the ratepayers. Mr. T. Warburton next addressed the meeting, and referred to the good work done by Cr. Marks for the Bourko Ward during his term of office. Cr. Jacob Marks then rose, and thanked Messrs. Duckett and Warburt...
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
[ELEGRLPO : MOrOitE ni ORDER B t 7 : d i " wi : " i :f 8 i.d. Victoria ... Under £5 .:.,6li: SouthAustralia , I 8 0 Queensland.I,,..L p, . ; 4. 0 Tasmania :.. ,,:. . ?. ;, 3:;!0 New South Wales ,,?:.1..1: 2?O Perth,,W.A. ..d ",??. 4 0 Victoria:;:.' : U der OO' : , t .'' a if6 SoutlhAiiutrali " ,, . .. 0 Queensland ... ,, . 0 Tfasma.fiin U:v~., ",,1 ..'5":0 New South Wales ,, ..8 Perth W.A .. -'"; '.11H.5 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
: MONEY OtDER ?O?F10E; Office 'hurs-10an.m. t 3Wpji., :'. s turdays 0 . to nop.. " Pablein ?icetoria:--i ,: ,?.=n" Notexceedingp5t . " i. Gd. Above £5, butnotexceed.£10 :1.: ;, £i10,, !%,0 1,,0 d £ -1s. 6d' 9£15, '' £20 2 flyable in ew South W1ales South Australia, Western'i Auitrelia, Queen's land Tasmnania; andIew Zealand: Not`'exceedi?d £ .. l.. ... 0... 0.' . .: 1 '" 102 1' 17 .' :7,. . ". , ' Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada :.Cape:of Good;.Hope, Ceylon, China, India, Japanu;t Macao, Mauritins, Umited States, &c.: --. Not exceediln £2', .,,... s,... le 0 Aboie ,,l but not exceed ::£5 - 2 t6, o,, £5, but nuot exceed. £7 ,;-1.: 0:6 S,,. £7,but.not exceed..105-: 5 0
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
STelergriits received at any Telegra Officeladdresscd,.to any place.within the city, town, '&c., in which s'uchb olice!'is sittiated and delivered free ,withiis a radius.of one mile;' withih 'a'radius, of 11 miles,? 3d. extra is charged 1Urgent Telegrams charged double ori dinary rates, and desatlchied in prcference to(others. ; STo or from any Stition in Victoria 880:amao? 8p.m. a e. ilNne-words :.: `: / s` E?tra wordsi'h ls .. b? . After 8ýp..;,tg.idaight Teni wotul . .- . ... ..... ......" Every?additional"wbrd ..q - 0" '? SMidnight to 8 30 '. Te.ii . words . " LTery aeUitionai wore .. "i" , 8 So?DsAS., Messages forwarded to oflices open on Sundays, if dropped in the bce.provided for that .purpose, at the Melbourneo Office with fee enclosed. : i ;.8.30 a.m. to39.80 p~m. . ,. Ten words . .... 2 0 ... 2 8, Extra words, ead ch .. ... . 0 9.30 p m. to 8.30 a~m" v Ten words? , . 3,; ;0 h xtra words, each. ,. *.0,i 3
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
be obtained at all Poet Offices, butt are, only payable at anylloney 5Order,. Office in die Colony, IronmlO. a~m to 3pmn.. Saturdays,, 10oa m.tonoa-n.1.. Poundage nader Is. Gd. . d. ni_ 7 nisus. Gd, .. n... 2d. ,, ,, 20s. Od. . ...3d. jV.Victorian Postal Notes are payable inI N.S.W., S.A., .Tasmania, Queensland, andý'iace-rere (on payment, the payee must affix stamps equal to poundage). Stamps f ew South Watks, soib Ausst lia,.".Great Britain, France,;: Ger many, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General Post Office, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding 5s. at one tnime. A cotnmssion will be charged'bf.1ild5 ot;'evrry'5d. worth of English-and. Foreign-stamps purchased ladd-1d.ioA-crce? 6d.'w~rth 'f qnterc6?
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 23 October 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, October 19. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs Wylie, Fogarty, an-i Barwise, Js.P. DRUNK IN CIIARGE OF A VEHICLE. Samuel Middleton was charged with thi- odangeroffenc--clHe-pladeol guilty, and was fined 5'- or 24 hours. VAGRANCY. .eilie Colville -was-cha-rged?as-above on remand. She is the chief witness in a case of alleged criminal assault, which was to come on at the Supreme Court on Monday. She was again remanded till Thursday next. VAGRANCY NO. 2. Ada Capewell was charged with having no lawful visible means of sup port Constable Foley said the prisoner was of disreputable habits when she got too much liquor, and lost her self- respect. Constable McGlynn said the defend ant did not seem to do any work. The prisoner said that if she was discharged she would go to Sydney to her sister. The defendant was remanded in her own recognisance for seven days, with the understanding that if she left the district in that time no further proceed- ing...
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
11TH M#LeOUNni Ton1 Ui C IucL. Mayor, Mr J. Banvise" J P. , .Eastern Yard-Mr J. GJardiner; M IW. II Fuller, J.P.; Mr J. Barwise, ?M'l iddloe Ward Mr T. Fogirty, J.P.i Mr G. Carter; Mlr D. Wadick. WestdinWard Mi- it?Ci'tllo; Mi J O. Steel, J.P.;IMrJ. G::Petrie?: lTown Clrk, Mr H. J.landalli llatniOd Collcctor,' pro tern, Mr.:W. ' Kernie,6 Surveyor; Mr E'"Melver: 1 [calthli Otlicer; Dr.Whitaker. Iiisniector, MrE. Mnighnus Overirer of Works, Mr G. Duncan.: ' '