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THE Manager's Favorite: on, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XIX. WHAT EUPHROSYNE HEARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
cTHE - . ; Sanagers Favorite: on, Thna Tragcay of CarnIlcii Shi oics A SiORY OF THB'E STAGE. ', 'CHA PTER . ..I ,.:' .WrATreUpnioso BiiEAitD. It is by this time a well:established fr.ct ant;no inmatter what optimista nmay say to thel contrnry,.this, world is not run with a view of malking the inhabitants thereof eIsprmcmlye'iapjiysnstheygsq aloeng.' There sirei g?R.nt Ia.iy things constantly occur. ring in tie livres o aill peb'ple'which disturb etle equanimity of humpanity in general, and which defy th most- strongly religious minds to see nsiygdod coating oat of them. f!', : i,^ .. And i we cannot help thinking:that the old idtia 'lwicih onn preDvaled that:" whatever is, sirighEt;',~l .ioing'..ot of style, and the world at lasi' is beginning to see th.it rice, drenkhnnrss ae'l theft and muorder are not for the best, after all. - -:: . .f - Blt who'can control-Fate? 7 " ' hMan has:harnessed the lightning, nnd drawn down the forces of the skies to do his menial duties; he has conque...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
ANGLING NOTES. -4--- * Bream Tackle. Gut, ' Reels, Hooks, . . ---J Rods. Lines, &c. gOSandworms Fresh Daily. THE ANGLERS' DEPOT 364 Bourke-st., Melbourne. STRAND HOTEL, Cornter North Road and Strand, NEWPORT, Opposite Punt. Convenient to Boat Sheds. IBest Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. 'iano, c. Good Aecamodalation for Anglers. Miss I1. A. DonIe.trr, Prol'iet'eRo. S. ALLCOCK & CO., RIEDDITCH, -s: S Trate a tlark. GOLD 1l:is.1i.s sntl ItIisesT AVAWIA-DS at 1fyteen uIterontional Erxhibitions. To be had fronm all FISitING TACKLE DEALERS in all the Colonies. SNovel ties-lerctulcs Gut Casts and Tes ees, Split Cane odIs (steel centres), Pennell's Tun, down Eyed Hooks, Standardnl Irout Lines, Geen's Spinners, Iell's Life Spisnners, White lait Phantoms, Iluhe Devons,Jardine Patent Live Trout Tackle, Coxon Duplex Trout lteels, The Simnplex Ebonite and Wood Not tingham Ieels. Ask for Gut in envelopes. Rods of all descriptions. Indents Su?pplied through the Trade Only. Elect...
WEST MELBOURNE BOARD OF ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
WTEST MELBOUORNE BOAltI OF ADVICE -The whole of the retiring memabers of this Board have been returned unop posed, with the exception of Mr Spence, who is not seehing re-election. 3IETINI;.--The annnual meeting of the Union 31emnorial Church took place on Wednesday evening, a report of !w!ich will aplpear in our next issue. CIIrn.L C.C.-The second annual meeting of this club was held at Mrs Traylor's Newmarket Hotel, Cobden-st., on 21st inst. The president (Mr Greaves) in the clhanir. The annual re port was read by the secretary (IMr Thomnpson), which showed that the club hld a very good senason. 'lThe prizes were allhted to the following f?r good play: Messrs P. Pelzer, L. Taylor, h,. Hall, J. Lane, J. Newton, C. hlhyer, P. Seath. Oltice-bearers elected for the en suing season: Patroness, Mrs M. Taylor. President, Mr Greaves. Vice-presi dents, Messrs Kirkiy, Congdon, Clegg, Solonont, Williams, Smithl, )Utlfer, and Murphy. Treasurer, L. Taylor. Hon. sec., W. Ryan. The meetipg then a...
TROUT FRY DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
TROUT FRY DISTRIBUTION. Os Saturday last Messrs T. Launder and J. Murdoch journeyed to Geelong by the 56.30 a.m. train, to bring down 41000 trout fry. The were driven by waggonette to the Geelong and Western District Society's latclheries, which are situated at bovely Batiks, on the Gee long Water Supply, about seven miles from Geelong. They were met on arrival by Mr BIradley, caretaker of hatcheries, oho showed them all over the ponds, and informed them that they had 45 breeding lish in the ponds, and had hatched t5,0110 fry this season. On returning to Geelong with fry, Mr Swift, secretary of thle Geelong Acclima tisation Society met them, and after a conversation on piscatori5l matters, a start was made for the Werribee, where MIessrs Hall, Balfour, QO'Connor, and McKenzie had conveyances awaiting their arrival at about 1.20 p.m. Mecssrs 3Mon (president), Burke, Ande'son, and Hiolt where also there. The party drove about five miles up stream, and distributed the fry over two mile...
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
VICTORIAN FISH IPROTECTION SOCIETY & AkNGLERIS' CLUB. ToE ordinary weekly meeting of tihe above society was held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, Burke-street, Melbourne, on Friday,23rd Oet1..er. MIr Alf. Mon (president) in the chair. The at tendance of members was large. The minutes of previousnmeeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was received from the Police Department stating that they had no objection to Sergeant McKenzie receiv ing a cheque fromnt the society for captnr ing the netters at the Worribee river. TIlE COIRMOIANT PLAGUE. Mr J. Alves brought a cormorant to the club-rotom which he shot ohn the Saltwater river on 22nd inst., and opened it in the piesence of the nmembers .In the gullet was found a glb bream, and another very nigh digested. He also exhibited two bream, 1Sozs each, which were taken out of a cormorant shot' by Mr T. Butcliir oii tlio Saltwater river on 22nd inst. He said ho thought it was time the society moved in the matter. Id was...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
CYCLING NOTES. Dor ItaEGWOL. Tae two months' disqotliteation imposed oa Martin by the oficials of the S.A. League at Adelaide, has been upheld by the Sydney side folk at the direction of onee wose final departure from Victorian sycling govern ment was hailed with joy by all wheelmen. On Monday next the Victorian League will consider "Bill's" action in "plugging" coun tryman M lcDonnell for boring him on the railing. At the time thle offence was com mitted the reciprocity agreement between the three rolonieswas notsigned, butthelAdelaide folk sent it post haste to this city and it re. ceived the official sanction on Monday last. This agreement makes (amongst several other things) disqualification by one Leagne binding on all three, but as it was not signed at the time of the offence, to disqualify Martin here would be making its provisions retrospective. Kirk and Johnson are certainly the two most- unfortunate men at present racing. Kirk is periodically smashed up and is rarely to be...
ST. MARY'S (C. of E.) TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. LECTURE ON ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
ST. MARY'S (C. of E.) TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. -4--t LECTURE ON ALCOHOL. A I MEETIGO of the above society was hleld on Tuesday, October 20th, in the Schoolroom, IHoward-st. Tile juniors meeting at 7 p.mn., and the seniors at 8 p.m. At the senior meeting there was a large attendance to hear a lecture by Dr. Zichy WVoinarski, on tihe " Physio logical Aspects of Alcohol," which was delivered under the auspices of the Church of England Literary and Tem perancc Societies. The Presidentof the societies, the Rev. Canon Carlisle, occu pied tlhe chair. Thile meeting opened with the customary Ilhymn and prayer. Tle programme rwas opened by Miss Schinnerling playing a selection on the pianoforte. Miss Bushl followed witha recitation. Thile clhairman then called on the doctor to address tihe meeting, who, on risinlg was greeted with hearty ap plause, said that it was a remarkable fact that wherever thile hunlan race exist thlley-have various iwans-of-transporting= tlemuselrves into a higher state of...
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
Mrse OrEoOlPFT Office hours--10 a.m. to 3 p.m., a: - turdays 10 a.m. tounooo. SPayable in Victori.:.-i'~,: ? i Not exceeding £ -. . . Id Above £5, but?notujceed:£10 ''ls. , £10, L, Sn P I d. Psysblecin Newi os8 t ales bouth Australia, Wetern ?uListlia, Queens hild Tas ania; i sd New ZwLe aland . 0 7 .... '.... ;. . 2 i * * d .t4 •"t.xcc idii o 'i -6...'..' 2 .o Lii 1:0 0 .30 .0 , , .12? : . ... 4 . -" I 'ayable in G?nt iBritai and Irelalid, lrra nce, Canlada, Cap. e of .(ooid Hope, Ceylos, China, India; Japanui :lacnao; 1auiiriius, United States,i c.: ::: Not uxceeding-2 . .-1 . 0 Above £2, but.not exceed: £5 ,:- :2 I10 ,, Ld, but no exued. 47 -i 3 S ,,£7, buit nt ex eee£10 -50
THURSDAY, Oct. 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
TRasoDAY, Oct. 29. Before Dr.Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie, Bindon, Fogarty and Barwisc, J.Ps. LARCENY FRO3M THE 'PEaSOF. Margaret Coverdale was charged as above. James Coward said that on the 27th about 1 a.m. he met thile prisoner near the meat market. She asked him to "shout" and he said "he did not mind." He then went with her to a house in Oxford-st., and lwhen he went into the house lhe had £13 in sovereigns and about half-a-crown in silver. He shortly afterwards missed thie money. He asked the woman for the purse and she denied having it. Witness sent for thie police and Constable Fallon arrived, and the prisoner was given in charge. Constable Fallon said the prisoner was given inchargeto himpud onbeing. searched at the lock-np, a purse and £1 6/9 was found in her possession. The prisoner denied taking the money. She was committed for trial. Bail was allowed in one surety of £25, and herself in alike amnunt. r FACTOny BenEII? Ais n A TEhGl'n . James Mansfield was cmrged...
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. --4--- --- -Mosnxv, Octber- 20.--- - Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs Wylie, Barwise, Fogarly, Heath, and Birtwistle, Js.P. WILFUL TRESPASS. Michael Solomon was charged withl wilfuily trespassing on thile premises of Alice Higgins. She said that at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday, the defendant came to her house, in Little Leveson-street, and would not go away. He rushed at her with a knile, snd said he would kill her if slhe "did not tell him where his wife was." 1Wit ness told him to leave tile place, but he would not, and had to be pilt oit.. Constable Gogarty said that the pris oner was iven in charge to him. He re-hFio to go until witness arrested hin?. He was fined 20/-, or seven days. TRADES MARKS) CASE. Inspictor Andrews proceeded ngainst Gmrace Cecilia Daly; licensee of the Black Prince Hotel, for exposing gin for sale in a bottle bearing J.D.K.Z. brand, the spirit not being genuine. LDefendanetplended guil.ty.4Jt appleare& sbhe had left the...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
I ootal Notes 'from Is to 2'O ma, y be obtiiiind at all Poot Offices, but are only ps able at any Money Order Otfice in the Colony, from 10 a.ns to 8p.I. Saturdays, Gam toi noon. Poundage under Is Gd .. d. , ,.4s bd; i.. .Id. 7s. Gd. .. : 2d. , ,,20s. lid. .. . d. Victorian Postal Notes are piysble in N.S\W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and., vice rcrs (on lpaynment, the payee i nutst affi::stmps eqnul to-poundage)- SLUn .of Ndw. South " ales,; South Austrla Grcat B1ritain, 1Franre~ Ger manuy, italy nd inited States.anr ob tainlb ttlie e Genirnl 1'ist 'Oflice, Melburno, in quantiies not excdedping .1-SataontIeme. - A con?,ninaioe. pi ie Lad d. on , overeey l . w orth ofineo nia-l uta np y td.mpr :iasedo
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
IELE R I Moa OJDERS . . d. .ictoria. ... U=Tnder ,£51:.. . O1 0 South Australia " 3 o' Qiueensland u. ;; ! . ?. Tasmania ...0 ,, - " New bouth Wales 1,, ''-...2 0 1'erth, W.A; .. ~ .. \Victoria..... Under,. lO.. 1 6; Suuth Australia . I:,:: ?,,? ' ' Queenlaid :. 5' 0 lasiaiiiia~ .. . ... . . i Noi Soiith ales ',, ... 3 0J Perth, 1V.A.- :.. , . . ;5 0
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
NORTH. MELBOURNE LINE. GnEEN BAND BY DAY. .:GREEN I1GHT -..... :-: AT NIGHT.": . : I First Car leaves Fleiningtonr Brdge . First Car leaves "Flindersstreet- Week' Days at 6.7 a.iu' Snidays at '*last OCar leaves FlciningtonLBridgi WVeek Days at 11.5 p.ni ; i.atiIrdi s 'at 118.3 p.m ; Sundays at 10.tt'p.ii.' ; Last': Oar leaves' 'linders-tieet - fWVeck'Days at 11.30 p.ih:; Saturdayl . at 12 p.m.; Sundays at 10.Sap p.ii : ir'e from Flionders-street'to 'blehimng tou Bridge: 3d. '::Connection' 'iidb" at l'leumington:Bridge -with Moonec Ponds Omnibus Liao.. Throughl..Faro,.4d. T'iraiisirs llowdid.at Queensberry-st., to Weit Melbourne Line, and cic terea. ,? . ,.. -,/ ,? .. . ~ . : · ··,', ? ,, .,
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 30 October 1896
S ELEORAHS.' . ek, eerams riL~iv'ed at any, Telegraple' (ililce addressed' to aFny place nlh itlteI cit ?y, vr tow 3c': in wvhich such office is situatdd, and dcliecred free wh itia a radi onf le; wituini a radus of l2miles 3:d1:edtra is bharged.; .I , Urgent Telegramsu charged double dr dlinary rates, and despatched in preferene. to others. . Hi ., l a -I, .1. To or froni any Station iwnYictoria. Niine words : . ... "0 9 iEcxtra 'words,' each' . . 0 1 'After 8 .m to iiidnigli Ten words-" -.. . O ·Eve?'adai'ti~nl',ail':vi';..? "-' Z-!'O.-i2, ": :" :'·'id-high?U .t0"8.8 "aii:·'v??? Every addItional word ... . I3 . ' ' .i- SUNDAYS."!!: I ;· Messages forwarded to ofic6s open on Sunday's, if dropiied in tli6 boho prbvided for that lPurpose, at ted' ~ielbod?e O•ice with fee enclosed: " . ' :r i 8.30 a.m. to,.30.pm. . i' c* Tn. wo . .r O tra rds " .each 3.30pm . to8..uia . Tlen ords :" 1 3 0 E'ctra words, each 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
Have RETURNED to the OL1) CORNER Lately., Occupied by EKMAN & SONS. New and Second and Furliture Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, And Bedding Manufacturers, 325 VICTORIA ST,, WEST MELBOURNE, Consult EEMAN-& COýf-you-Want to Buy or Sell GEORGE SIMMONDS, 4BUTCHER'S SilALL 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 NOTICE.--A rumour having been put into circulation by interestle parties that the old established Undertaking Business of John ahlcr, of LatrObe and Spring stt., has changed hands it is hereby notilied that the business is still carried on by the under signed, as representative of the family of the late John Daley. Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. (Signed), THOMAS DALEY. Funerals conducted to any extent in Town or Country. TELEPHONE 827. EXCELLENCE N C E . . . . IN . +9 . 4 PRINTING. 'ALL * ...
PARKVILLE F. C. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
PARliVILLE F. C. SOCIAL. TnE lirst annual social of the above club was held in the Trades' Hall, last Friday night. There were -hout -50-couples present. The hall was beautifully deco rated with flags and evergreens. The Runners-up Trophy won by the club in the Jolly & Dry and Mountford compe tition, presented by Mr. Mountford, hatter, of Lygon-street, Carlton, and Bourke-street, Melbourne, was shown, It is a beautiful mantel clock, with strik ing gon?, eosenthal'e Baudauppliedthe music. The committee wish to convey their thanks to Mrs.'Beestonu for the use of the flags. The committee deserve great credit, especially, the secretary, AMr. J. J. Lyons; and l ?,o.lr °A. Carey, who acted as M?.C.pefor the manner in -which-they- car-red'-out -their-duties. The following is a list of some of the ladies' dresses: Miss T. Lyons-Sea green cashmere, sea green silk blouse, trimmed with lace insertion. Miss Ilobson-Creme satin, beaded satin trimmings. Miss R. Allan-Sea green cashmere, p...