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HOTHAM CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

IIOTJTAE, .d£RfCIcOKT CLUB3 CON. CERT. It will be. perceived from our- adverti. sing columns that a concert w'll take placeon Tuesdaynoxt,' the 15th inst., in aid ot the improvement fund of this club. Since the Hotham Club has obtained the reserve from the Government they have expended a considcrable sum in beautify. ing the ground, ' and as all .the funds have been expended for this purpose, the Club now seeks further aid in order to complete the improvements. Un less an addilional sum is raised, a great part of the expense already incurred will become comparatively useless inasmuch as the land, for want of proper care, will revert to its formersterile condition. The programme is both varied and entertaining and apart altogether from the objects of the concert, it is sufliciently attractive to command a good house. The first part commences with an overture,; song, "The Flcwer Girl" " Tell me~ Mairy, How to Woo Thee" ; ." Barney O'Hea "; song, (comic) " The Evening Party"; song, "La...

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Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 7TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

S Borough Councils. SIOTIIAM, COUNCIL. AMONDAY,; '7TIe 'DcatEuR. Present-His 'Worship'.thd Mayor (in the chair) and Councillors Fogarty, Cook, Laurens, Thomas, White, Carroll,RIyan, s and Paton: ... Thisawas' a special meeting called for o the purpose of striking a rate for the t ensuing year, and adopting the' receipts I and expenditure for tho financial year 1874.5.. STOWN OF 2ORTI MELBOURNE. The Mayoc moved:-" That as the gross revenue of the Borough of. Hotham for the precoding year:was not loss than £10,000. ( this Council. petition the Governor to' proclaim" the :Borough of IIotham a Town; in accordance with'iseo. tion 407 of the 'Boroughs' Statute,' under thoename, and title of ' The,, Town of North Melbourne." He stated that in his opinion tho'changd of name was very desirable. "It was more comprehensive, and it would" give to people living at a distance a more' accurate idea of .where the (locality was situated.' At presenthbut. few' people, beyond the district knew whether...

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THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

TIIJ W\VIOLESA LE VECE'VTABTLE MARKET. I-t it late issuo, when writing on the ?ubjcU t of the now vegetable market, wu ttated that the puriud for which the Government had leased the Volunteer Orderly Room in Victoria street would expire at Christmas. 'Ve now learn that the Govcrmnment have the option of renewing the lease for an additional six months from January next. Seeing that there is no building in West Melbourne into which the school could be transferred until the new State School is erected on the King street site, the Government will of necessity be com pelled to avail itself of its privilege and renew the lease of the Orderly Room. This being the case every legitimate lmeanes must be taken by thoso interested in obtaining the early establishment of the new market to induco the City Council to hayvi the Orderly Room re moved from its present position to the site reserved for it at the other end of the block of laud. There should not be any difliculty in accomplishing this. ...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11TH, 1874. THE CAPTURE OF O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

5r1 2 ttii boxizrre _b'tr5eFl , . AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, DECEMBEIt 11Tu, 1874. THE, CAPTURE OF O'FARIELL. 'That accomplished swindler, O'Far reil, hals been caught at last, and the Victorian detectives, if they have been remiss in other cases, cannot be accused of, any shortcomings in this. Shortly mfter O'Farrell left -Melbourne for New C.aladonia, a detective was sent after him, but although the 'Frenuch authori ties?at Noumes-were willing to aid, the Colonlial., authorities in capturing O'larrell, that worthy was so well pbsted up as to the movements of his pursuers that his arrest became almost a niatter of impossibility. When he left fdr Queensland that fact was duly comlnunicated by a TFench spy to the Victoriam Government. A fre?l deictec tive was told oilf to proceed to Brisbanoe, but in the meantime O'Faricll had arrived and left in the maail steamer flir Siogalpier, vrcy po.ssibly witl the view of mnuking for the Dutch settle mhentsc . A telegram was forwarded in ho...

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

POLICE GAZETTE. The followiug'extracts are taken from the Victoria Police Gazelte:-Stolon from the dwelling of Johu Crown, corner of Qneonsberry and Leicester streets, Carl ton,on tho 3rd instanit, a box of cigars and some money.-Henry Currie is charged, on warrant, with fraud on Re becaa 1I. Redman. of Abbotsford street,. Hotham, on the 29th October, 1874.-On theo'24th lultimo, at Fletcher's Creek, Ma. rong, acow, thle property ofPato r Skitona, was maliciously killed. There was a largo jagged wouud penetrating the bowels apparently inflicted by some blunt instru nmont.-WillianmLaidlow is charged,' on warrant, with deserting his wife, at IIo. them, on 'lie 18th November, 1874.-Man natie unknown. is charged, on warrant. withl unlawfully assaulting WilliamJames, in Franklin street, West ,Melbourne, on the' 6th instant.-James Hansen,- alias Plucky Jim, a Collingwood larrikin, is charged, on warrant, with stealing pigeons from Emma' Hockey, corner of 1 eilly and Nicholson streets, -OCa...

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THE BRUNSWICK QUARRY HOLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

THE IIltUNSWICK QUARRY S HOLES. - It would appear as ifit was the intention of the llrunawiprk Council to devote the £l,G00 granted by Parliament for lilling up tho dangerous quarry holos in Park. side street, I( another purpose, viz drainage. In order to protest ngain t such a proceeding. a number of tho. rate. payers waited on the Commissioner of 'ublio Works, on Monday. Some of the members of the Council were also present. Tie residents protysted that the exposed nature of the quarry holes had boon a sourco of sixiety and danger to the in. habitants i.owing to the pools of stagnant water they retained, several children had narrowly,escaped drowning, The major portion of the £1,500 hadbeen voted fbr tihe work, and ought not to beo diverted. It was shtted,.on behalf of the council, that thdsubject lhad not been mooted by the courcil, as a council, one way or the other. It was not their intention to di vert the money from the purpose for which it was granted, though the matter was l...

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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

S NATIONAL MUSEUM. Tho number of visitors to the National Museum of Natural History and Geology for the wcok ending December 5th. was 13-48. and for the month of November 8771 Tho Museum is open to the public daily (Sundays excepted) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in thelNational Museum build ing back of the University.

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BANK OF VICTORIA, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

BANK OF VT'L'OIIRA IIOTIIAi. One of the most extensive and flourish ing of the colonial banking institutions has within the last'oighteen months been competing for a share of the business of the metropolitani suburbs. During that short period the Bank of Victoria has opened branches at Footscray, Prahran, Fitzroy. and Emerald Hill; now the residents of Hotham are accommodated with a branch of the same bank in the very heart'of the borough. The neow building is situated at the corner of Queensberry and .Errol streets, and by its substantial construction and architectural pretensions, has added considerably to the appearance of that elevated, site, besides enhancing the value of adjoining properties. When the pro sent antiquated structure, known as, the Town Hall and Court House, -shall be replaced by a commodious and elegant edifice, this particular spot will be im- 4 proved: almost beyond recognition, ' We trust that the enterprise of the Bank of Victoria in thus adding: to: our. ba...

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THE LATE FIRE IN CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

TILE L:AT'r FI I,: IINCOARLTONT. Tlio,Captain of the h otham Fire Bri. gadoe begs to acknowledge the following subscriptions for the relhie of the suffer: ors by the recent fire in Carlton :-Messrs Curtain .and Munro, M.LU.A's. L1 is. each, Mr. Cozens LL Is., Prahran Fire Brigade L1 is., Messrs. "Walls, Pigdon, Steel, Edmonds, and Ennis 10s. each, Mr. Cornell 10. t(d., 'Mrs.' Quirk 10s., A. Friend 10s., leo'aat"M4ge" otllce '0s., Dr. Fletcher 5s., Messrs. P. J. Arnold, J. P. Rihnrds, G. Coop is. each, Mrs. Hogan 5s, Mr 'Angus is., Mrs. Mather G., Mr. Lilly is., S. It. is., L. and C. Bank? s.,' Secssrs. J. Tait, P. Rleilly, A. K. Smith, I. L, W`'. 5s. caell, Messrs. Mair, Bodlington, ]hichardson, Gunn, Kennedy is. each,' A. Friend 5s, and eighty subscribers of smaller amounts L7 3s., total, L20 18s.; which has boon divided as follows :-Mr. HIilt L5 3s, Mr Oxly LS 3s., Mrs. Ilurns L2 13s., Mrs. Nicholson L2 13s, Mrs. Hall L2 13s., Mr. Butler L? 13s., total, L20 18s.

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CONCERT AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

CONCEt T -AT BRUNSWVICK. A concert in aid of the prize fund of the Brunswick Stato School, of which Mr. Hayden is chief master, was given by the. Branswick Choral Union, on Wed nesday evening, in tile Mechanics' Insti tute. Great credit is due to the lion. conductor, IMr. A. T. Crook, and also to MIr A. T. Masters, who presided at the piano for the success of the entertainment. The choi-usscs were sung with considerable. spirit and evenness, and the several songs appeared to hit the taste of the audience. It is evident that the prevalence of measles just now affected the attendance, for this choral union is justly held in honor y the inhabitants of Brunswick, for their object is to cultivate vocal eflbrts that they maybe able to contribute to chari. table objects.

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

PRESENTATION. Recently a large gathering of friends assembled at the house of Mr. John Bauncle, Wrocky streeoot, Ilotham, to witness a presentation of plate to Mr. Buncle. The present con sisted of a very elegant silver, ten and coffeo service, with salver, and Mr. W. Cook, in iacking the presoeutation, statecd, that as on? of the oldest friends of Mr. uand Mlrs. BounIcle, he felt hihly honored in being selected as the medium of con voyiug to that lady such a handsome testimuonial in recogition of the geonerous hospitality of hlerself and MIr. Iuncle, at all times so eeooly etenuded to their large circle of friends. Mr. lluncle no. knowlcdged in suitable terms the unex. pected comrnlimout to Mrs. Buncle and himself, and the company, after a pleas. ant everoning's enjoymoent, quietly with drew,

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FIRE IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

SFIRE IN IIOTHAIM. A fire occurred at about one o'oloc]o, on Thursday, morning, at Malony's Hay market Hotel, Blackwood-street, Hiotham The IIotham Fire Brigade being speedily on the spot, succeeded in confining the damage to the bar. The stock and furni ture sworo insured in the London and Loncashiro Insuranco Company. The supposed cause of the fire was leakage of gas. The building is owned by Mrs. Murphy, and is also oovered by insurance

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

. Drapers, etc. P.;MERIRY &O. 81, 33a d 35~Ei RROL SR ,ET ImrPOlTERS OF 'DRAPERY- .AND FANCY : :r GOODS. pl'-. & Co. invite spooial attention to their; large and varied Assortmeot of DRAPERY .,.s7: conaiiting of Silksl Shiawuls, M??intles, E , illinery, . 3alecy Dresses, Prints, Calicoes, Slheetings, E Blan ukets, - P]?lannels, - S: - . Quilts, Tweeds, ,,, . osiery, ': Gloves, Siiderclothino , etc. :- : I MESS' AND 0ot S CLOTHING IREADY MADEAND TO ORDER.= ';TNB.° Our' prices "for all classes of dN.re`cry iwillibo found to be'much.Iower than Melbouirne Chargesr. (+,:' GLASGOW' HOUSE;, CORNER OF .: - : pencere;' &: Rosslyn sts. R.., BA,iBARETT, .TWoldal d'oll ttcal a ttnion to his astook of P1{ING GOOwS00 Toh following Dalpartmonts will'be found _, ,, , well assorted. ' MIL;LINE.RY, All tle'doveltis`'bf 'the season in Ealts, Bonnets, Feathers, ;, lowers, Ornaiments; &c. - 500 Ladites'and Childorns' Leghorn Hats, from Ir. Od, and l. 11d. , EoiinOSES I Ds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

A.nauctions. I -T?,VEDNXSDAY; DECSMIBER 1i. . . At.Two O'Clock. '. \ hMolesworth street. Ifotham, Opposite Soarborough-house. A WOODEN COTTAGIE. With Double Shop in Front, For Sale Without Roserve. C1 REWS nod ARl.LE will SELL by AUC .?..ION, on the premises, Moleaworth street, W}ednesday0 December 16, at two o'clook. All that wooden building, ,?; :•Comprising Dwellhnghouoo' with double shop, fit. tings, verandah, &o. The whole etaur lug on a piece of land hav ing.a frontago of 21ft. Sin. to Moloeworth streot by a depth of 481t. on the one aide and 401t. on the other, with right-of.way at the back lOft.. wido, being part of Crown Porrtion 83, parish of Jika jie, Title perfect. No reserve. : " Terms aetsale, iG Collins street oest. ,: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. Three O'Clock. " On heo Ground. HIOUSES. HOUSES. IIOUSES. CARLTON. CARLTON. CARLTON. Henry's Estates. 3 Superior Brick Cottages, each CJntsinlng pourHRooms, with lnthribrom, oVerandah, &c., in York street, nearCannl...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. THE DIAMOND BRACELET. I. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

Tales, Sketohes, &c. THE DIAMOND. BRACELET. I. Lady Frances kept her word. She found the strange lady in the refreshment room: Locating heorself by her side, she entered upon a few trifling remarks, which were civilly received.-, Suddenly she dashed at once to her subject. " What a beautiful bracelet I" "I think itis, " was the stranger's reply, holding out her arm for its inspection, with. out any reservation. ' " Where did you buy it ?" pursued Fran Ces. c" Garrards are my jewellers. " This very nearly did for Frances, for it was at Garrards' that the Colonel originally purchased it, and it seemed to give a color liig"to "Mr:- Notherleighs' vioe" of more" bracelets having been made of the same pattern. But she was too anxious and de termined to stand upon ceremony=for Gor arda' sake and ho was dearer to her thai the world suspeoted. "We-lonneof my-family-loot a bracelet exactly like thissomo time back: When'I saw-it on your arm I thought it was -the same. -I hopcd itvios. ...

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Cricket. 1ST ELEVENS OF HOTHAM AND CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

Cricket.' BY LONGSLIP. 1ST ELEVENS O HIIOTIAM AND CIVIL . SERVICE. This match was thought by the 'know. ing cricket authorities ofI Hotham as ir likely to boa very ono sided match, a defeat for the local club being considered certain, .and therefore it was deemed advisable to' send forth the best team Hotham could produce to try conclusions with the dons of the' Service. 'However thle result proved the knowing ones entirely wrong, for. although the match resulted in 'draw, it was so much' in e favour of IIotham, that they need never f be afraid of again tackling clubs ranking in the same class as. the Civil Service. The match itself' needs little description. The two captains having tossed, aad the HIotham skipper' having won elected to p take the' bat, and Hastings and Healey were' sent in to the bowling of Wade and James. The partnership did not last long as Hastings, after totting up a score of nine in a very short time, succumbed to Sagood ball from Wado-one wicket for 11 a runs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

A.r . *l% I I? l ,TE" - ADVERTISER" 1Iotha.. At d(.ý Lyon., 27 Qtenouberry at. il1' S. WebI,, 22 Errol sereet. Cnrlteot' Alr. .l, Calnidar 6 Eltzabetli street, Mr.Gi gorj'i Lygon'street. Brunswiok : Mr. EckersallSydnoey road. Coburg: Mr. Turoham. Sydney road. Uollingwood : Mrs. McMullin, 194 Gertrude strcqte iao?Et, Collingwood : Mr. W. T. Cappcd, 130 WVllidigton btreot. Fitzroy: nrs. Wsoodrull; Brunswick streoot. t'ltham : Mr. Andrews. HIidulboer.gud"-Alphingtona: Mr. O'Keefo. UN --I IETTEtS--BRUNSWICK. Listhof lettierslyiug at the Brunswick Post Oflice unulatmjd, through the address of the pees?n not being known, or having.lolt the district, without leaving any address, and other eubse:?a!-? * . ' BoyI, rAM W. " ' 1 Mahoney, James, I9timnldgo. lt!: ' lMeNamara, MIr. Brldge, Ch.e . Meek, Mr.. ColoradOni' ": :r 1 MoNortou,' Charles. Daly, ~f . J.:'! ;,, . Molloy, . T. Davi, Mrs..1" f . -Palmer, Mrs. avl)bvtau, Al Ua S`" Pigoi, AMr. Day, lMr. ,2' :]Potter, II. 1E.u; M: Pat; (2,) Pori...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

Companies, etc. I"ETIIOPOLITANTPERMANENT BUILD S-1N and INVESTMENT SOCIETY. .. rocided.t--O. P. 0.,'trut.L,' lq. V'lco+'P, iuent-J. Callaghan. Ciq Troeaurer--11II lalyter, E-q. Trusteeq-Fropd. .lo3d, Eeq., J.P,. 'lJavle. ri. , JP•. 0. Turner. Eq. -:., An blors--J W.P.oehory. aeq D, OreNlard, N ;q Oommltte-Ymr. II. Templeton ., Mr: Go O lap peorto, Mr. .OIando PF wick, Mr. William'moore;e Mr.Jmcame cluoheon.. . S .1lidtor--Aloed Broo ks Maleno a, Itq. [I : O:..Surveyor-?To?em WcatER,'Eeq " 'c Bnkar--orlea ;tali Bank Oorporaton.,ric,: " . Secretap-Mr. R O. BRensnBc,: r, f?meoS2 OOLLIN STIBELTEA8F. ME BOOIEI:. Tno r.cont alteratloueam'de ln.theBulcof thih ocilotry ace adv ntsg toc borrowers uniqualled by eny kinB .red ianst .tu . s .. L Th "i Eppll eatto=. for, an`+ dvanei-l'· beT.eidea to once and deoded ion. feT dayc, o :edactlon beimg made Irom the sccompanylng table. : Speclal at. rangomets' cae'be made;. The borrower an'reds? ? at any perlod. ; .. ,: , i , : ",,', ",, 2.0t810 iOR ...

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COBURG ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

COBURG ITIcrS. Some little surpriso was experienced at the recent meeting of the Coburg Board of Advice at not receiving an annswer to the communication forwarded to the Minister of Education some time ago in reference to the recent charge against Mr E Stranger, late head teachor of tho state school, CUburg. It will be remembered that Mr. Stranger, with two others, were fined at the Brunswick Poliee Court for annoying some Chinese gardeners living close to the Sydney road. Mr. Stranger denies the charge, and has written to the Minister of Education requesting an in. vestigation into all the circumstances of the case. The Board of Advice have also sent the facts of the case, to the same quarter, together with a copy of the Bru ntvich and Coburg Advertiser, which contained the report of the proceedings at the court. It is stated that theo, Minister of Education has communicated with Mr. Sturt, 1. [M., who was chairman of the Bench when the case was tried~,and-also. with the police who...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. WEDNESDAY, 9TH DECEMBER. (Before Mr. Laurens, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1874

HOTIIAM COURT. I WVEDN?SDAY, fTr DECEMBER. (Before 'Mr. Laurene, J.P.) LARCENYY.-~E lza Bwoen was acuosed of stealing £4 Ga. 'rZm Bernard Gately,' but as the evidence did not sustain the charge, the defeundant wo dischbarged. T'.rieUSDAY, O1Tl DECEMBER. (Before the Mayor, Messrs. Clarke, Laurens, King?, Carroll,' Fogarty, Drs.. 'Lloyd and IIath.) L`1xo atom1.?AL. , Charles Johnston, for deirting his wire, was discharged. . P;?iu!xe AiS Sox.-Tom 'Jack' was ao cosed 'by hit father, Thomas' Jaek, with stealinig ,gooIs valued at £20. After hear in~gthe facts of thd aose the bench dismissed the eaolmplnlalt. Dteum.-K.y` }?yrd Keen, for being drunk, wes.dieschargeld. ' Ticr l3onovo l Couvcr;e v. HTOrclxsog. -0Oob of the M?gistratoe, Mr. Fogarty, stated that as he wai a .member of too Through Ci?uncil of IIotham, and' onscquently in. teroetoe'in the case about being heard, he tlauo ??it it drily right ho 'nseuld retire. ; "eIr. Ceuroll likewise owithdrew.' Mr. Laurone, another Coaoieillor,...

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