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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

......... rcket.. SA match wea played" in the Univer* .alLy. Paddooki on Saturday between the IIotham Imperial and Northern C.O., whioh resulted in a riolory, for the latter by 13 rune; "Owing to the bad fielding of the Im. pcral, several chanoes were missed round the wloketr: 'The fielding of Auld and Solly and bowling of Roberteon was ~specilaly notlol-ablr. T?ose that batted well for their respective clubs were Cormach, Dale, and Jacks, with 12, 12 and 11 -; for the Northern,' Robortson, Solly, and Moore, with, 13, ' and G6 respectively. For the Imperial the score was 62, and for the Northern 73. A, match'will be played in the University Paddock between the Parkelde and the Star of Carlton, at three o'clook sharp. Parkelde to meet on their ground at half-past two. A.match was played in the Royal Park on Saturday last between the Meoohanics and Hotham Imperial oricket clubs, whlobh r. ultted in a victory for the latter, although owing to the delay of the former in sending in their...

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CLOSING THE HOTHAM COUNCIL OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

CLOSING TILE 1I-OTllHAM COUNCII OFFICES. ''The :Lothatm Council Offices in Errol street will be closed for the Christmas holidays from the 24th inst. to the 2nd of .January, and no municipal business will be traneacted during that time. The Town Clerk and his attendant satellites will, during the holidays, banish dull care and no doubt heartily participate in the Christmas festivities. Even Messrs Laurens and Carroll will very likely forget their little differences, and be found hob.nobbing in some sylvian retreat.

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BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 9TH DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

BRUNIVs1C rOLITCE COURT. WEDNEOIIAV, irn. DECEMBEn Boforo ? Messrs Strut? P. M. Breeze . QOvrend J.:Ps) Tornhamjv. Buck, for a sum of £5 15s 9d. good?ossold and, delivered.. Mr. Grylls ap poarod for the !plaintiff. Mr. Buck is the' Inspector of Works at the Pentridgo Stockado, and it was contended' he received the articles, but the hbonch adjourned the cau..?rfnittiher oidence.. Borough Inspector v. Pr dmore, allowing a horse to wander.i ined Is. and 3s Gd. costs. Samne v. J. Cox, J. R{oss, ]. Cotter and J. Connor, for allowing the contents of coes pits to accnmulate.{ Conner, against whom. there were two eha-gog, was fineood 10s. and 5u costs, the othor threeo C. and; 2s. 6d. costs IIawker liocises;, wre granted to w. Dan iolsM B. I Tiddlcton and IIHeny IIaggart. ilichael ntulhlll wos charged by the Chief Inspector ot Stock with having a cow suffer. ing from pleuro pneumonia and not comply ing with-thesregulationlby giving notice of the samo ;he ?t fineod £5 and ££2 4e. Gd. colts.<...

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News by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

News by the Mail. Itls stated that the disputo between the municipality and the Canton of Geneva as to the succession duty on the Duke of Brune wlick's bequest has now been finally settled. The munioipality agreed to hand over 2,400,000 franos. to the canton, the latter waiving the legal question as to the liability of municipalities to succession duty. The Archbishop of Cologno has been re leased from prison after having undergone six months and nine days of the term of imprisonment to whi.h nhe had been con demned. The amount if salary withheld and the money obtained from the sale of the furniture taken in execution is regarded as a punishment equivalent to the remainder of of the incarceration he had to undergo. The Queen Dowager of Bavaria has just been received into the Roman Catholio Church at Hohenecewangan. According to the Prussian correspondent of tihe 'Times" Her Msjesty's chango of religien has led to rupture between her and her eldest son, the King The Queen has long wi...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

Letters to the Editor. I-Correspoldentn would oblige ou, and save themoelves disapluiutmnd and annoyance, Ib sending in their contributions befori. Thursday. fbUCorre.?(ondenceandparagraplhs of Ioca inter?t hiully furnilhed by readers shoutld be written on one side of the paper only, and he forwarded as earl in the wreek as possible ; addlessed to the " Editor." - Alt letters imrost be accompanied by the rea mneor and tddress of tiUe writer-not far publication; 1qt qs 1 gqirnqtllge of good fisth. A S.\T) C,4S1. Sir,-T'he 'ul'srtalinto boy, Jamos D?:?r, wn,.?._, right arnmt while working at Ilriswickaelc, ousoed an eluli. tion of sympathy among the children attending hI.tt Brunswviek State School, and they collucted oli his bhallf the sumi of £8 4?. whit ti j ?tho present is do. posited in the. lank at . runiswick. lHoping others wilitako up this case in order to raiso a siti - hins assistance.-I ant. Sir, your obedioe nitrvant, ,, "loxas DOYLE. l;runswiek, llht J)c. nubor, 1874.

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Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 14TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

i'., Borough O tunci. SHOTIIAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 14TH DECEMBER. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair) and Councillors 'Fogarty, Cook, Laurens, Thomas, White, Carroll, Ityan, and Paton. THE, PAVEMENT QUESTION. From Mr. Gilchrist, barrister, asking to be informed whether he should appeal to the Supreme Court from the decision of the Hotham bench of magistrates in re collection of half the cost of pavement. Councillor Laurens moved that a case should be stated for the Supreme Court, and Mr. Gilchrist instructed to take the necessary steps to appeal against the de cisionof the llotham Magistrates. He reviewed the proceedings in connection wi'h the recent case heard at the Hotham Court, and mentioned that as the law point involved, viz:--as to whether tarred pavement could lie properly styled flagging,-was very important, it was only right that the public mind should be satisfied in a higher court. At the same time he did not wish to impugn the cor rectness of the decision arrived ...

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THE SPREAD OF MEASLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

T? Si~ I S?Rl4D OF MEASLES. The ftoal resuliq qf the epidamic of mpaslps are becoming painfully apparent. The following announcement, tells its own tale --Iewitt.--In your charity pray for the repose of the soul of Sister Mary Elizabeth Hewitt, who died of measles, caught in the discharge of her duty at St. Vincent do Paul's Girls' Orphanage, Emerald Hill, on Sunday, 13th inst., having received the Inat rites of the chqrob, aged 30 years, and in the 1Oth year of her religious pro fession as a Sister of Mercy.

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A DOG DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

A DOG DESTROYER. A correspondent furnishes us with the following: "The notorious dog and goat destroyer, William Warren Bagshaw, of Caulfield, has been summongd to the Police Court, St. Kilda, to-day, under the 194 Section of the Criminal Law and Practice Statute, for unlawfully and maliciously wounding a valuable greyhound, belonging to Miss Angelina Willis, of Alma road, St. Kilda, by shooting it with shot. An action is to be brought against the same man for shoot. ing a valuable greyhound dog at the same time, belonging to Mfr. Robert Barton, of the Royal Mint, causing death. The particulars of this wanton and cruel act is as follows :-Bagshaw has a paddock at Caulfield, fenced with a two railed fence. One side of this paddock runs along the Hawthorne road. Bagshaw has been making no improvements on this paddock beyond.a slab and weather-board hut and out-offices, one of which is a look-out,-a six.sided building having a window ateach side; from this building he can observe peopl...

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MUGS AND FACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

IUGS AND FACES. A humorous caricature of members of the Legislative Assembly is being exhibited at Dsalarat.- It- is tho'worknf"tMiss Janec Taylor, who evidently has a keen sense of the humorous, and has taken the group of portraits published in the Australasian supplement, and furbished each one up in water.colors to represent some distinguish. ing peculiarity, trait, or nationality of each representative. For Instance, the Solicitor. General appears as a "broth of a boy," with his pipe stuck in his hat, while "the Major" is in the act of drinking to the lasses, supported on each side by a sewing. machine girl. The portrait of Mr. James bas been improved upon, and approaches a likeness of the hon. member, while many other well-known representatives have been embellished in very funny style.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

-l;Io lGn' 8tflj VJ'STMEiNT 001.SOCIETY; 0 ,on' 11.' ? .!tii a sutrvrl-U.'I H vte ' Tiq. .',-?,o *" ' Tlitun-re; »lo)ml.Kti JI ,.Pp . es ietc l.E`(.;, " .l',, d, y mirn r. l>', , .. . i„ , I .* . t. r" - • - 1.,1u0IIo6--d ,wj. j ,libra,:r',"j T riw. rl/ ii pcrton; OMr.. Oiltldol FTo .wik, Mr.rWllilam Moold' ', Sjlltuor-ýA'llialDro okBMifllcion. B™u, ' - ', , .; tkr.OrlO fttli Bak Oorporatlon.' : ScoCr.tr°y--Mr R G.BeT, ona a rm:-, o ini; ;lo-l oNo.iOETY O RN. T6 i pon lit'ltero to) a',lmdo"lI 'boouTles'of this. Socloitay-lffe"dvantgs stb'g . borrowfUi "diruslec by sy kiln rod Institu lun. •.ti w ThBe .pltcouo ,o e, rly.nnoo men bca»n bb4» ??uo oe antni?oded oIn 0 tO y d bo, ho idubtji l belog made tioih'ltlib' aconirpihylug'tabld.' Bpeccll 'nor r ngemont. can ba m ade .Thebo rrOwr can redeem' TawE-sOK ABYaVANOEr "fP.ONe aIn-tOApT 8 Mo0nthly BRopymnts, Inoludloend Pdtrioljll n In 4- (Yr rkl0 « 8 i r. 'j 10I IS' *I 12 yrn«. 7 £ .. .L SiT. zA3T; £ WOU N£ a. d 61U I *lOl '0 ila'8- l1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

"--"~ F1iiF Exchange. L Lb ERSALND SERVANTS. rFlTHE COLONIAL LABDOR INSTITUTE. J 35 LONSDAIE STIR.NEfT WEST, Near-Queen street, MAEL-B 0 UJI N E. Clonta jttior Institute, Servants engaged and tqrpvarded po every part of the colony. Eugagdmenit ofeio for Governessce, Muleio Teachor'?,lNeddlewomen and Domeastu Ser. Coantritor.s, Ilanufacturor, Mining Cjm pani, , Far?trs and other large employers supplied with ovary idesoiiption of Labor. loeret-neaP and ousi .Teaohera acleoote by a proliioeut teacher of munro. 4gvirina'l'n ;eaohof, the. COLONIES in unnoc,.roton with the' COLONIAL LABOR NSTITUTE. 35 .LONSDALE STREET WEST, Near Queen street, - .-Ii:jMJ ?, OU R N.E.,.. Sul geMins.; AA: SLMITH., M.R.C.V.S., . NVI E R'tIN;AIRY SURGEON., V May' berecoooiulted daily at Mr. Cumi!t~g' Veterinary Shooing Forge, Vilc .*ml:4TO;l tori street. llesideacc-1VELI?SLEY COTTAGE, BAlR ,'ST:I.REET, CA.RLTO N Shotographers. A BET OF(ONE THOUSAND rOUNDS Has been made that you can at .aeget ae good PO Q'I'T ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

81. 33 aud.~P ýME L OL S Ti iii?l'?ITlSOF' DRAPEKY AND FAN cet ,i=t.: .;i , GOODS: 1 tJ. ?,'t C. i~iiiteo specii l attontionu t then vla]go'ihd varied A~o.i tment of' D11RAPEt j :, llinery; eoiot.? ii- ? eof M-ea ''iS,,?v ca, I o.a E h .:M llline v ts . ,:-,i . ,: ., . ay DC ico es, ý`,tr oF. _(- ' Sl etll ºetl± tig aesB :a c=,lkets, a :.'RosslQelst, s S=I c Teion to his took i ,-;?;iaiapriOes fo ao;l:r Ise ofn ' h - otih novetin otc. °; te 0? ri C 'pries ,? legorll classts' pei ello' f'und th be mchve-loes thn Celbourine Charges.. t •Spe~icaier i':,Rosslvn stsn -al:w??dlrlohng o every des lt lo l3AIUt =$X, RE ;i o driptiondt sal aarge s istock o _ ---n te -_ The followilrg e.partiOpte'will (V fAYr-i ;lNEtal e , SEIr L fetin Hats, -s. LLad.--wort" 11s . r l. { d4.j --:O - *hr rl.tho novelties of the oceon in ? - T :! P.RIN '£' S ! I S?rklargo lot of now pattern, e ats,s.lates, B on ders,;. &amp;l.Ftlie ,-.500.d thond Cildor go Leghorn Slate, ctii. ,;'C .iromlrZ lid. rod Ic. lid....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

liscellaneous. PATENT COMPOSITION PAVEMEŽNT COMPANY, LIMITED. Office-56 QUEEN STREET. DoFot-F.tzroy ttrode, near Omntb?abt Stable. Rat Pr:ot, DampProo', Frd r P.o:f, Impenetrableo t Wear and 'Flr. and n?trutablo by e o. THI PATENT COMPOITIOI'N PAVEMENT has been ln'd d?LwE wilt it ?as been luhij cld to the mes tryilg ard overo ltes art hes altays given tilo moat unquallfed atlsetl tlion. The attn.tion of architect, builders. engineers, cr:ha'.tp , hotobeco or, annor p teto proper tloe, oend all who requ reto o go d h~rbt aoervcat oa? onduo','g tlr. I. r qutG rd to the PATI NE C0(3. POSITION PAVEOENR , wlA'ch thocmpany te now e,,polyo acnd Iyil og dos n at full' one-htt the coat nf any' thor retorCe .i. THE PATENT COMPOSITION PAVEMENT can bo eoen ttd dcdwn at tbo Itoyal M'nt: oppoelto tho eartltt Church, Albehort atroet; attheo Whtto H t Hftcl. Ittrlho stree i at Ir. Oonhltt'n ctb'o', con. tra tor, Carlton ; at the Town Hal, St. Kitde; and peloelptl thoroughfares n Itotham. BEWARE OF ...

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STATEMENT OF BANK ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

ST.\ATI'EENT OF BANK ACCOUNTS. Thi fillowing is a statement of the bank acclunts of the borough of 0lot hanl:-- lorungh fund, debit £40.16 19s. 5d.; outstandiing cheques, £14 1(s. debit balanceo, £-(101 158. 5d. ; lonn fund credit balance, £4,4417 10s. id. special rate funld, r,. balance, £4~1) 183. 4d.

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Tales, Sketches, &c. THE DIAMOND BRACELET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

Tales, Sket?hes, &amp;C. THll DITAMONP IIRACELET. "That wea jst'ltio' money Colbonclfopo gv efa r it new at Garrards," s id Alico. STon hudrcd and fifty guineas." Si .TaJntlmr nared at her ; and then broke fori c n ceioielattompt at rago, for he wynoeo aof the bcat tempered moat in the .The oo.d wretch cf a cheat! So'd it to moe at a eccond.hland price, as he called it, for the Identical price it coat naw I Why, he ouhbt to be prosecuated for usury." * It is just what I tall you, Sir Jasper, grumbled his Inady. "You will go to these Jow, ascond-hand dealers, who always cheat whero",tbcycan, instead of ton regular joiaUler ; and iio tLimes out of ten you get taken in." " But your having bought it of this pawn broler dacu not bring me any rearer the enowiing how hI pgyodured'it, " bbaerved Nlies Seaten. Sl' balhnl go to him this vary diy and nacor tnip," returaeld Sii Jas er, "T.eadlcr ople any not sull. ttolei bracelets with im. easier acid that dune., The dealer pro. tested his ...

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THE FREEMASONS AND THE MARQUIS OF RIPON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

THE FREEMASONS AND THE MARQUIS OF RIPON. On 6th October the Provincial Granud Lodge of Wnrsickshire was opened at Sutton Coldfield, under the presidency of the provincial grand master, Lord Leigh, and there were present many distinguished masons. In the subsequent proceedings, in response to the toast of " The Rulers of the Craft." Br. J. C. Parkinson. grand deacon of the Grand Lodge of England and deputy grand master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Middlesex, said it had been publicly stated that Lord Ripon had been in secret a ItRoman Catholic for many years, but that statement must be denied in the most emphatic manner, for a very short time ago his lordship personally ex. pressed his great interest in a proposal made by him (Br. Parkinson) that the Freemasons should restore the church of Stratford-on-Avon, and h's lordship, after making reference to the Protestant church which he was then building, said his sym. pathies were with the scheme for restoring and :preserving Shakesp...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, 17TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

Polico. HIIOTHAM COURT. TuiUnsDAYT 17TH DecEMnEn. (Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman) Messrs. WV. II. Clarke -Laurens, Carroll and Noonian) N PneeIOUs YYOUTH.--John McDon ougb,a youth, was accused of stealing from a dwelling. The bench ordered the boy to be imprisoned for 24 hours, and to be sent to the Reformatory for three years. AN UNNATURAL PARENT.-James Huds- peth, for deserting his three children, was ordered to find one surety along with him self in £20 to provide for the support of his three children, or in default to be imprisoned for three months. Tm nnsO z eNIo Lr NoUAxO.-Peter Nel. son was flced 20s. or' in default seven days' imprisonment for using bad lau. gusge. ) Dnux. K.-latrick MIShannan was lined 10s. or':8'liours' imprisonment for the above offen'c'.'! :' INsULT'TiO ': r?ErAvIoun.-Constable Lyhano accused James Hay and John Murphy with 'insulting behaviour, and boli were fined' in small amounts. Emi;a Greenwood accused Mary Brennan with making use of insulting words; th...

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REV. W. A. QUICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 18 December 1874

S ,LEV. W. A. QUICK. An "Observer" sends us the following account of the preaching of the ~ev. .Mr. 'Quick in Garlton:-This gentle man delivered a sermon on Sun day evening last at theo ',iesleyan Church, Carton, taking for his text the words of the verse of 23rd Matthew " O! Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou who Sstonest the prophets, &amp;e.," and launched forth ipto a diatribe worthy of the early days of theo urit as, enunciating the most strtling and exploded fallap?es or the teaching of the Bible, such as one would never expect to hear frpm any modern pulpit. While despairing of attempting f to convey any precla of the arguments I used by the preacher to hear out his interpretation of the words of our livine SsXaster, V will venture tq say that not one of the large body of his Bherers will agree with him in all his conclusions, which shortly summarised, are as follows i-" A fundamental doctrine of the Christian religion is the eternal damnation of un. believers. The doctrine of wo...

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PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. lt Jwtnuary, New Ye r's Day; ard April, OGrndl Fridany: Itll April; 0th and 7thli April; 241Ph May, Qnean'a Birthday ; 25th lMay. Whit Monday; lmt July, Separation Day ; 25th 1)ccrmber, Christmas Day : and any other day appoint. d as a Pudlin Holiday.

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M.U. GALA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

M.U. sGALA SPORTS. Those take .place in the Friendly Societies' Gardens. We belic?e a' large number of tickets have been sold, and a great gathering of friends is expected. The'usual run of amusements, iucluding many novelties, are to be found in the ,programme.,.,

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