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THE SITE OF TILE STATE SCHOOL, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
THE ST'TE OF T'?ih 'IT.\.T SCHOOL, .IC0t'11A3[. Ever since the G(overnment took possession of a municipal reserve on the Flwnington road for the erection of a State School, a correspondence has been going on between the IEducation Do partment and the Ilotham Council. The latter body claim compensation for im provements made while the reserve was under their control, for drain. ing, fencing, trenching, laying down grass seeds, &c., Os. Monday evening a letter was received from the Secretary of the Education Department, agreeing to allow £200 for those improve. ments. On the other hand the Council contend that they are entitled to a much larger sum, and with the view of bringing the sub ject under the consideration of the Government, it is proposed that a depu tation of the whole Council will wait on the Chief Secretary at an early date, and explain their position in the matter. The TownaClerk wass instructed to com mugicate, with the Chief. Secretary, asking when the deputati...
COBURG ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
CODUIIG IrElIS. Senior C.mstablo Joyce, stationed at Coburg, arrested on Tuesday a lad fourteen years of age, named Wdlliam \Ward, form crly an inmato of the Reformatory Schools, as he was absconding from his employer at Wallan Wallan. Oa being overtaken the lad said he was sentoocod to seven years in the Reformatory, and had .erodl three years of thet period when ho was apprenticed to his present employer, with whom he had been six months and three weeks. He had no fault to (Ind with hlis omployor but the place was to lonely. ias father and mother lived at Krgovwer, but he could assign no reason for making his way to iMelbourno. A prisoner at Pontridgo Stockade, named Duncan M'Ceae, died in the prison hospital on Monday morning. Tao man has been ill ever ninon Ilis incarceration
NORTH MELBOURNE WESLEYAN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
NORTH MMELLOURNE WVESLEYAN SCHOOL. The North Melbourne Wesleyan Sab. bath Schoul colobrated its twenty-first anniversary on Sunday and Monday last. On Sunday three sermons wore preached; one in the morning by the ]oev. AW. II. itlclett, iit' the afternoori by'the lev. J. G. Stobbs, and in the oevening by tlioh ov. J. F. Bird. On the following evening a tea nad public meeting was hold ; the tea in the sclioolroom, and thi meeting after irrds in llh church. The chair was occupied by Mr. William Clarke, J.P., superinctelnent of tho school. Tho S8cre tary (M[r. Percy Oakdon) road the annuil ~ilort, wlichtl soioed hliat'tlio numblio 'of Ieachlers ind. oficers was 5li; males, 310 fomales, 2 , The number of scholars on the roll was 714, being anincreaseof four Son the preceding year. In order to make a bogiining to ralso funds to increaso the accommodation of the school the com inittco and teachers decided to hold. a Vio-nic at, CGclong, and sont out tLh scholars wilh collecting cards, whi...
THE OUTER CIRCLE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
TIHE OUTER CIRCLE LINE. A publicmceting of the inhabitants of Coburg was held in the Board room on Wednesday evening to advocate the construction of the Outer Circle line of Railway. Mr. John Ityle, the chairman of the Board, occupied the chair. The oev. John Watson pointed out the various advantages that would accrue by the adoption of this route, and was supported by iVm. Earls, who said the Governmenit should think more of what Melbourne would be years hence; the very parts the Outer Circle line would go through would be the tip top places, and it was only selfishness the Government advocating the other route. The follow. ing resolutions were put to the meeting and carried unanimously: 1. That whereas the Victorian Railways have been or are now beilg constructed by capital borrowed on the credit of the whole colony this meeting is of opinion that the advantages oflailwvaycommuiecation should be im partially afforded to the whole population, as far as prolaicablc, and that the tim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
RIORipanieS, etc. F IIf i- E- WEST, BUILDING ' SO OET Y. And the BEST FOR: BORROWERS, Is the PREMII?R-i'E1ER[AN ENT IBUILDINGD LAND, and INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION. Registered undeor the Friendly Sociotio Statute 18G5: SHAIIAltES, 25EAGII.? Entrance Fee, L,?rl i"-Sliire; esnd Fort" nightly Subsoriptions,.4s pr Share.. I)AVID SYM3E;'Esq:'(Age) JAS. PRINCE. Req.; J.P. JAMES FERGUSSON, Esq., J.P. Committee of Management : .Prenilent, Hon. F.'LONGMOREii M.iP. ,; Vice-Presidlont: .. J.'.`RTAIN, Esq., M.P. ' Monbers: fIlOS. "ArfAPMiON, J:n,, Eiq., (U.S. iohsul). " ROUT. WALKER, Eeq., lP'.P ;'. r ~-I-?5oID XON I.,q.I ? P. • ' f. M0VDWtIN1,Esq., ,M.P.-, .. t. E. L. ZOX,Eqg., J.P.: ; o; ohcitors:,: "- ' J. Ai..SMITH and E IIMERITON. Bankers : English, aeeottiaheadl Auntralian Chartered Bank.. Actuary: J. M. TEMPLETON, Esq., F.I.A. Secretary : Mr. JAMES M?IIRAMS. OFFICE :-02 COLLINS STREET WEST. A liberal table of repayments, combined with participation in the triennial division of profitse, rend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
GREGG AND LORD, (Late Robert Gartshore,) PRACTICLE SADDLE, HARNESS, AND COLLAR MAKERS, 37 ELIZABETRh STREET NOILTT, MELBOURNE. Collars carefully fitted, and at lowest prices. Orders promptly attended to. ANNOUNCEMENT. J. BROK1S, BIOOKSELLER, N returning thanks to his numerous friends and the publio for past favors, has much pleiure in stating that he has LEASED THOSE COMMODIOUS PREMISES (Formerly occuploed by the lnto Mr. Dwight). No. 232 BOUIRKE STREET EAST, And intends OPENING SAME ON SATURDAY, NO VEMBIER 21, With one of tbe largest collection of SECONDHAND BOOKS In the AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, And reaepctfully solicits an Iuspcctlon. 232 BOURNE S PNEET EAST. .. uctions. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. At Tlrclve O'Clock. To Capltaliat, Invostors. Trustees, Guarditne, and Others. CARLTON, CARLTOa. aTRET, Opposlto the GIrders. Roet. £185 Per Annum. SJ., and T. RA l have received Intructions from ý .Yr. Grdeon to SLL byPUBLI l AUCTION. at thelr rroos, 45 Sw.msetn-atrbet, on Tuesday. 0th De cemlcr....
NORTH MELBOURNE WES LEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
NORTI i MELB UOURNE W1iS LETAN SABBATHI SCHLOOL. Three sermons were preached on Sunday last it commemoration of the twoLy-f.r.b- ".Jr-..o...fY of cie asovei school. In tiro morning the 1cev. W. I. Fitchett occupied the pulpit ; after noon, the Rev. .T. G. Stobbs ; evening the Rev. T. F. Bird. hymns for the' occasion were rendered by the scholars in a praiseworthy manner, under the conductorship of M3r. .Tames Vernon. The attendance and collections at each service were very good. On the follow ing 'Monday evening a tea meeting was held in the schoolroom, of which about three hundred persons partook. An adjournment was then made to the church, where the usual public meeting took place, a full repo;.t of which appears elsewhere. The Rev. XV. if. Fitchett, after a few introductory remarks, intro duced the Superintendent, Mr. WTm. Clarke, to the chair, who said he had alwoys taken a pleasure in Sunday Schools, and had filled every office, from librarian to the one he now occupied. The ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
:_DPrapers, etc. P. IAil Y & o. 81, 33 aii 35 ElI ROL SREIET I-IOTII- -I -VM IMPORTlRlIS 01F DILAL'EILY AND ,FANCY GOODS. 1'. l. &CO. invite special attention to their largo atnd Vcried Aseortmont of DEIAPEIIY -cotsiting of Silks,:N Shlwls, \1an tlcs, iMillinery, J~mtlcy Dresses, . i"ints, Calicoes, ShliShlieetli lgs, ...... .. Blankets, l?hnnels, Quilts, Tiweceds, H.IosierV, -.Gloves, "UJndorgiothing, etc. MIENS'.ANDI), OY S CLOTHING READY .niUADEAND TO ORDER. Nl- Ouir iprices for all classes of Drapery will be found to bo much lower ,than Melbourno Charges. G--LASGOW HOUSE, ' , CORNER OF Spencer ;r& Rosslvn sts. I.. . C. BA13 RE I 'T, TVould call special attention to his stock of SPRiiING G00oPS The following D.partmentt will be lound well assorted. MILL IN Y, All the novelties of the season in ant,"' Bonnets, :Feathers, Flowers,: Ornaments, &c. 500 L;iice' and Cbildcrns' Leghorn HIats, ,from Ir. dG. and ls. lId. DiRESSES I DRESSES I DIRESSES ! To t...
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY, ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY, ARTHUR'S CREEK. On Sunday last, two appropriate ser mons were preached by the Rev. A. T. Glasson, of Heidelberg, to large congrega tions. On Tuesday a public tea was held in the Church. The tables were richly furnished and gracefully presided over by Mrs. Cottle, Ryder, Stewart, Connor, Hempel, and the Misses S. Murphy, S. Bunker, and C.Walker ; many there were who partook of the good things provided. The public meeting was presided over by Mr. W. Farmer, and addresses were given by the Rev. A. T. Glasson, and Messrs H. Dosser, W. Dawson. Mr. J. Ryder and T. Walker, also took part in the meeting. The Diamond Creek Choir rendered good service ; select hymns were sung with harmony and spirit; the public meeting was crowded and many were unable to get into the church ; we learn that the anniversary was a great success. The usual votes of thanks being given to the above named persons; also to &nbsp; Mr. C. Stewart, C. Conner, J. McDonald, ...
BRICKMAKERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
BItICKMAICEIlS' ASSOCIATION. Tho firat annual flnanolal meeting of the ]3rickmalkera' Society was held in thie Odd feilows IIallBrun owlok, oni Teorrdy evening, November 24Oth, 1$74. M?,. Alfred Grim. wood, President, in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting woro road and oonfirmed. The president having naked the first question alengthy disoneusou oosucd respecting tile moet employed at the Rloilman Patent lIriok Company fnfrlnging thoe eight hours. S mo of the man employed there stated that the work could b done In eight hours as well as in any other yard. It was finally resolto d that a requisition, signed by the men, be sent to the Companey requesting them to abolish the toe hours system at the end of the present year. A gentlemen from the Bricklayers' Society stated that thant Society was prepared to co.operateo with the llrilkmaelors to establish the eight hours, and also to assist them to bring non-union men to theoir proper senses. It was roesolved that a doputatinn be a...
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP. On Wednesday evening a numerous gathering of the influential Roman Catho- lic residents of North Melbourne took place in St. Mary's Church, Victoria street for the purpose of taking the necessary steps to welcome His Grace the Arch- bishop of Melbourne, (Dr. Goold) on his arrival from Europe by the mail steamer on the 16th inst. The chair was occupied by Mr. Fogarty, J.P., who explained the object of the meeting. Mr. Flanagan moved that a committee be appointed to draw up an address, and to take such other steps as might be deemed necessary to successfully carry out the object of the meeting. Mr. Hardy seconded the motion which was carried unanimously. It was agreed to hold another meeting in the same place at an early date when all the arrangements would be finally com- pleted.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1874
Marriages. HEMPEL—MURPHY.—On Friday, Novem- &nbsp; ber 20th, at the Primitive Methodist &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Church, Arthur's Creek, by the Rev. A. T. Glasson, (of Heidelberg), Frederick Wil- &nbsp; &nbsp; liam Robt. Hempel, son of Mr. Charles Hempel, to Mary Murphy, daughter of &nbsp; Mr. T. Murphy, both of Arthur's Creek. MAGER—MONTEITH.—On Saturday, &nbsp; &nbsp; November 21st, at the Primitive Metho- &nbsp; dist Church, South Brighton, by the Rev. A. T. Glasson, (of Heidelberg), Alexander Mager of South Brighton, to Annie Mon- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; teith, of William street, Melbourne, dau- ghter of Mr. R. Monteith, of Tyrone, Ire- land. Other papers please copy. Death. &nbsp; HOOD.—On the 1st December, at Queens- berry terrace, Barkley street, Carlton, &nbsp; David John, aged three years, beloved son of James and Rose Hood.
THE WARDERS IN PENTRIDGE STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
THE'?W RDERS-IN PENTRIDGl1 STOGIK Ai r ADE. `T EFre iazm ine~ntntioiiv~e deii~de =nthef part of some writers to be always finding fault-with the actions of our publico men, and the management ot our nstitutions,~ and so nmeasurod are their denunolations aIainst imaginary wrongs., and sorsoklees Is their. aasrtdn tat ittetlbt~mmateriai If thny glin?he `rr ders f nen'who have long held responsible positions in the publio -sar." vice, and whoso aotlions will stand the most mearching scritiny bdfore the bar of publio opinion; or, if they paint the oharacters of some of the lowest dredgees of society In the 'ost glowing : colors, so' long as they can 'realise a trifling remunerative or. pecuniary favor; or gratify the cravings of i the vulgar throng, whose only sense ofo right is to rule by lion's laws. ".Th: artlolewhlein appeared in the "Erening Herald" obn the 20Oth inmt. Is an illustration of this nature. >No doubt when-the au'thbor was inditin~ -line after line it weeas continnal...
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
Letters to the Editor. ~'C orrespondents would oblige us, and save themselves disappointment and annoyance, by sending in their contributions befors Thursday. [3The Editor does not identify himself with the opinionofcorrespondents,nor undertake to return or hold himself responsible forthe safety of any communication. ' "Correspondence and paragraphs of loca interest kindly furnished by readers should be written on one side of the paper only, and be forwarded as early in the week as possible ; addressed to' the "Editor." ] rAll letters must be accompanied by the rea name and address of the writer-not for publication, but as a guarantee, of good i faith.
THE HORSE, COW, AND PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
TIHE HORSE, COW, AND PItG MARKET. We are glad to see that the city authorities have at last awakened to the folly of the suicidal course they have been pursuing in relation to the market dues charged on stock sold in the new Horse, Cow, and, Pig Market. Having expended nearly £7,000 in establishing this market, it was but natural to sup pose that the Council would endeavor, by offeriqg greater inducements than those at present enjoyed by sellers of stoclr, to attract to it the whole of the Ml-elbournb trade. Instead, however, of followinig thlis sensible course, the city authorities took.a'directly opposite one, for we are informed that they fixed the tariff of charges-for market dues on' all cattle sold in the now market at about 100 per cent higher than they.'charged on cattle when sold in the private yards in the city, thus offering, as it were, a premnium to sellers of stock to continue to use the private yards in'preference to the Corporation Market, and as a natural result of ...
BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 2ND DECEMBER. (Before Messrs. Breese and Dr. Talbot, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
B BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 2ND DECEaunEn. (Before Messrs. Breese and Dr. Talbot, J. 's.. Mr. Buriiell,t the Borough: Inspector, summoned no less than t celve different parties for allowing horses to wander. A fne of ls.', with' 3s. 6d, costs, was in. flicted in each case. The youth, , McCarter, who was re manded from hlast week .on, a charge of insulting behavior, was again brought up, Mr. Grylls :appearing` for :his defence who called Constable WVm. Mnrray, the prosecutor, to give evidence; who said he remembered the dl1th'of last month P I can't say; I was not down Albion street between 11 and 12 o'clock on that day;- I did not s'ee the defendant on that day to my knowledge, neither did I see the boy Isancs or Miss Isaacs; they did not tell me to take' out a--summons; the boy's father (Mr.: saacs):~didnot directly tell me to take out a. summons, but wished" such conduct to be put a stop to. The two Moults, who were charged with the same offence ori the last court day, bu...
THE BRUNSWICK SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
TIHlE BRUNSWICK SURVEYOR. Notwithstanding the various attempts made by Councillor Stranger to oust M[r. MlcIvor, as Surveyor, that astute gentleman still retains his situation and like the "Old Man of the Sea," he has got his legs around tile neck of the Council, and very probable will retain that interesting position as long as his salary is punctually paid. Wo are not prepared to 'say that he has acted wrongly in the matter. Possibly if Mr. MIclvor was fond of assuming the character of a Spanish hidalgo, whose blood ;would rebel at the slightsst approach to an affront being placed upon him;he would have resigned before this, and scorined to have placed filthy lucre side by side with high pro fessional reputation; but Mr. McIvor is not a descendant of the Cid, buts shrewd canny Scotchlman, who .values a com fortable salary for more than the pos session of a romintic feeling of esprit do corps. . Hle will not be shaken off, altlhough, hl] is the bete noir of Coun cillor Stranger. It...
THE BRICKMAKERS' BANNER FUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
TIL BRICKMAKERIS' BANNER FUND. It is to beho regrotted that the amount collected in Ilrunswick for this object is so small. Only £C28 have bcnn received, glthough thle cost of the banner will amount to over ono hundred pounds. It is to be hoped that the residonts will rcspond liberally in subscribing to this fund. It is not too late, and is the movement is essentially a local one, the Councillors ought individually to contribute something to ;it Fur thu guidance of a "Subscriber," who.' asked for information as to the ?mount collected we may state that Mr. Grimwood called at the office and submitted thelist for inspection. ..Each. person who has subscribed is duly' cro dited with the amount, and the money is being expended for the purpose for which it.was raised.
BOWLING ANALYSIS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
BO\WLING ANALYSIS. FIastings, 98 balls, 38 runs; 3 maiden overs, 0 wickets; Paterson, 82 balls, 21 rans, 4 maidoa overs,,2 wickets. A match was played in the Royal Park on Saturday betwoon the Parksido and the - Meclhanics 2nd eleven, which re. sultdd in a draw in favor of the former. The o:scoies were 103 against five wickets down for six runs. Wilson, (capt.), and Bickford bowled well. A :ishclth' was played between the Northleii .C. v. lHotham Imperial C.C., which resulted in a victory for the for. mccr,'lio.e scores boing: Northern, 58; 1iotham Imperial, 7,1- repectively, the Northern winning by 11 runs. Cooley and ]Robertson batted well for the Northern, their scores being 14 and 10, as also did Coulsell and Towers for the Iothahi Imperial C.C. Duncan and la?llshaw's bowling proved too much for the Imperial, tho bowling of both being verygood;'' .. A Cricket Match was played at Bruns wick.botiveen.thlio3runswiek and Esson don C:.C. which resulted in a victory for the former, th...
I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874
LO.O.F. The now L.dge, tile Loyal Bruns wick, No. 84, of the Independent Order of. Oddfollows, established at B]runswick, during the last six mIonth., promises to be one of the best Iranutsles in the Order.' Already it numbers suOe 38 to 40 members. At the l-uast meeting held on Wednesday evening, a pleaosing recog nition of the services of IMr. W. I-. Turoham, the Lodge Secretary, was displayed. N. G. Batchelder, on behalf of the lodge, presented him with a massive silver badge, eublemnatie of his office, upon which was a plate with a suit able inscription..After the conclusion of the Lodgeo business "two or three very convivial hours were spent, the healths of the various officers of the lodge, and the hostess, Mrs. Holland, being drunk in flowing bumpers, accompanied by hearty cheers.. Such good feeling as was manifested by tho brothers towards one aniother speaks well for the future piosperity of the lodge.