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LATE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
LATE CUTS. Lively cricket last Saturday. "'Fivers" getting a common thing on the North ground. Participants last Satunlay--Ma3Inlestone, J. Carlton, E. Besn, and Waugh. - Ricketty" not at all satisfied with that un-out decision. Ditto ," Ieanie "-given out Ibw to a ball breaking right across the wicket. East dissatisfied with the umpiring on the >revious Satunrday. The "arbitrator" has a fair showv of being asked to stand down for the future. Look out for a large attendance next Saturday-the match is now at a very intc resting stage. East, with nine wickets to fall, require 108 o 4vin. Will thcy"?gi theis?. An ex-member of North now playing with East declares his old club will be rubbed out should a wicket be readied up for his present love. Does this infer that he countenancnled such things during his sojourn iup this way l Sonnds bad, don't it. MIelbourne, 19l; Fitzroy, 111, andeight for 104-Noonan 63 (not out). When will our ocal cricketing magnates recognise local talent. Sou...
MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
MELBOURNE ·CITY COUNCIL. " i?. OURKE WARD., .. . ALDERMAN. . ".. Samuel Amess ... redies 9th Nov.: 1899 CoOsciLLORnS.: : i" Jacob Marks .:. retires 1st Nov., 1809 James Dynoni ... ,,. i . ,, 1897 Richard Bowrien... , ?_.,, ..' 1898 Ascssonsa. Henry H. Bindon, i John Lettey. RATE COLLECTOn. - R. Sparks.
C.Y.M.S.—NORTH MELBOURNE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
C.Y.M.S.-NORTH MELBOURNE BRANCH. TuI? above society held its ordinary weekly meeting in St. Mary's School room, Victoria-street, on Monday eve ning, the 2nd November. In the un avoidable absence of the President, Bro. J. Brodie was elected to the chair. There was a good attendance of members. The Secretary, Bro. James Naugle, read the minutes of previous and committee meetings, which were confirmed. Cor respondence was read from the Execu tive Council, expressing deep sympathy with the branch in the very great loss it must have suatained_tlronughlthulenath! of the late J. D. Hare.are. He havingbeen a member of the Executive, this body was in a position to testify to that young man's sterling worth. On the motion of Bro. Dalton, the secretary was directed to send a copy of the letter to the late Mr. Hare's bereaved relatives. There was one new member, Mr. Kinese, enrolled; and four nominations received. The other routine business having been disposed of, the syllabus being general bu...
UNION MEMORIAL CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
UNION* MEMORIAL CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was held on the everoning of Wednesday, :8th October, the Rev. A. J. Wade in the chair. The report of the session disclosed a lrosperous condition of affairs in connection with the ordinnices of the church, and devout thankfulness was expressed for a year of uninterrupted armoupaundprogres?-_ h- eexC edingly able and comprehensive report of the ion. secretary of the board of manage nent, Mr. Geo. Slhand, set forth the various items of general interest on the business side of the church's work. During the year amongst other items the congregation have erected a new pipe organ at a cost of £340, and the musical services under Mr. W. B. Shor land, the highly competent church organist, have largely improved. The Sunday evening congregations have greatly increased under the ministry of the Rev. A. J. Wade, and altogether the Board was able to congratulate the congregation on the soundness of its business position. The...
NORTH 2ND v. EAST 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
JNORTH 2ND V. EAST 2?vD UP to the present the former seem to have decidedly the worst of this match now being played on the East ground. The home team made 193 in their first innings. North fell short of this by 64, although Rundle and Jim Howlett battled bravely to top the score of their opponents. The former totted up 53 in most brilliant style, whilst the latter hit out in a way that must have surprised himself, three fires being included in his contribution of 42. Saunders is showing splendid form with the ball in this match. The following are the scores : EAST 3MELBOURSE. First innings ... ... 193 Ilowling Analysis:-First Innings-Saun des, 4 for 60; Ryan, 3 for 29; Sling, I for 29; Garland, 1 for 38. Second Innings. V. Thompson, not out ... 13 Cooper, b Saunders ... . 9 H. Chrystal, thrown out ... 8 Healey, not out ... ... 3 Sundries ... ... 2 Total (for two wickets) ... 33 NORTH MIELBOURNE. First Innings. H. Bundle, b Jan. Howlett ... 53 W. Ryan, c Jno. Howlett, b Bruce... Ci ...
CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. EAST MELBOURNE. McCLELLAND TAKES EIGHT WICKETS FOR 32 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Eveenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. EAST MELBOURNE. MCCLELLAND TAKES EuGT WSICKETS Fon 32 Russ. Tuts match was continued on the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve on Sat ,rda,, under circumstances not too favorable to the batsmen. During the latter part of the week some heavy rain had fallen, and consequently, at the start, the wicket was somewhat dead; but as the afternoon advanced, with the strong wind blowing, matters considerably improved, and when the pitch was rolled for the East to start their second innings on, a really tirst class wicket eventuated. East resumed their first innings, having five wickets down far 110, but so deadly was the bowling of McClelland, that in less than an hour the remainder of the team had been disposed of, and only 36 runs added to the score-Vanutin 13, and Lewis 10 being the only players reaching double figures. The lef...
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
N-ORTE MELBOUR0IE POLICE COURT. -4--- MOND.aY, November 2. Before Dr.Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie and Barwise, J.Ps. F!TT_ FITTS AGA~ ... Alicia Marie Fitts proceeded against her husband, Arthur W. Fitts, for maiintenance. It appeared according to coulainshant there was- anw-greeane? -y_ which defendant promised to pay £1 a week, but ho!d not done so. . Dr. McInerney appeared for the com plainant; and Mr, Uaunson for the de fendant. Complainant to Mr. Gaunson-The nlast sum I received was £2, the week before last. I have not received £2 since the issue of the summons. I have a deed in my possession, signed by my husband, entitling me to £1 a week as long as I conduct myself properly. To Dr. McInerney--l wrote for the last cheque due, and got no answer, and then issued a summons. The defence was, that tlhe agreemnent was being carried out; and that the complainant, becatte a day or so's delay had taken place, hlad been unduly preci pitate in taking out the suotmous. It was cont...
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
NiosRnTr ELii RNE6?? TOWNi' OdUi.c;. "?Mayor,, Mr J2 BarwiscJ;P;:. Eastern WYard--Mr J. Gardiner; rf W. H. Fuller J:.P.; ~[rJ. Barwise, -MAiddle Ward--Mz T. Fory- JP. .T?P; . ·: I·. - · ... ...... · MrG. Carter; Mr). Wadick. " .i Wctern Ward -Mr P. Costello ? r J. 0: Steel, J.P.; Mr J G Petriei.. Town Clerk, Mr I-H. J. lindall. IRate Collcctor, pro ternm, Mr W Kearney. Surveyor, Mr E. Melver. HeallOli ceer, Dr Whitaker. Inspector, Mr E. Magnus. Overseer of'Works, Mr GC. Duncan.
GARDENING. NOVEMBER, [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
GARDENING. NOVEMBER, KITCHEN GAeREN.-Beds of rhubarb and sea-kale that have been forced should be cleaned off. Attend to cucum bers and melons; if any have missed, sow again. Stop leading shoots of cu cumbers to induce laterals. If tomatoes are not planted against a wall or fence they should be tied up strong sticks, and pruned moderately, or fruit will be small and few. This is the time for prevent ing a great deal of pruning in winter. Use the finger and thumb judiciously in disbudding and stopping fruit trees thin the fruit where thick; increased size and superior flavor will be the result. Vines will require prompt attention. Sow kidney beans, cabbage, carrots, peas, and spinach for a succession. Earth up potatoes ; stop cutting aspar ague .--- -.. ..... FI.ownE GAnnEs.-Ilybrid perpetual roses should have their shoots pruned back immediately they have bloomed. Newly planted shrubs or plants suffering from hot sunshine should be protected by boughs of ti-tree or wattle. At close ...
THURSDAY, Nov. 5. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
TuonsDAY, Nov. 5. Beflore Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs Wylie, and Bindon, Js.P. LUNACY. Thomas Todd was charged with being drunk anid disorderly, on reiniid. iHe has' been in the Melbourne Gaol Hospital since the 9th October, for medical treat ment. It now appeared that he was in sane. He was discharged as regarded the drunkenness; and put back for ex amination as to his sanity by two doc tors. He was subsequently committed to the Kew Lunatic Asylum. WiFE DESERTION. - George Henry Tally was charged with deserting his wife, Annie Arabella Tully. The case has been before the Court before. The parties have been separated since 1892. He now offered her 15/- a week, and she wanted 25,- a week. Complainant said she had been in the lunatic asylum in consequence of her husband's illtreatment. She had only received 15'- from him since 1892. Her sister was supporting the child, and he had been giving her about 11- a week only towards its maintenance. Defendant said his full wages were £2 ...
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
1 MONEY Onan OFoCei: Oflice hours-10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noon. Payable in Victoria:- " Not'exceeding £5 ... .. "... Gd. ' Above £5, butnotoexced.£l10 Is. : £, S10, ,, £15 - is. 6d. £1, - £1 , :,, £20' 2s2" ';' Payable in New South' Wal, SoutLh Australia, \estcern AustriiliiQ Queeni land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: s. d. Not exceeding £2 ' r . ... 0 G - 1 0..0 .;'2 6 0, .2,il5 -.. ; " .. 3 0 17 ... ... 8 G Payable in Great lBritain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good' HoBe, Ceylon, China; India, Jiian, ' Macao, lMauritius, United States,. &.: .. d, Not exceeding 2 '' ".. ..'..1 0. Abovoe £2, but''not ex'dcceea £5 ':2' ';; :£5, but'noV6e~fde £67'--^: 7 'o8 £ S7, butnotoexceed;:£10 - 5 0
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 6 November 1896
Postal Note,friom ls. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Offices; but are, only liayable au anh I Money Order Offie:i in the Colony,'fromn 10 am.n to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m.,to noon.. Poundage under ls. Gd. ... ... dd. , :s. 6d, ...' lId. 7s. Gd. ... .. 2d. ,,20s. Od .... ... d. Victorian Postal Notes are pavable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and vice versa (on payment, the payee ,nst affix 'stamps equal to poundage). Stamps of New South Wales, South Australia, Great Britain, France, Ger many, Italy, and United States, are'ob tainableo at- the. General 'ost .iOffice, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding 5s. at one time. ý:A commissionu will be charged. of 1d. on every ,S.. worth of English' and:Foreign stamps. purchased; and Id. on every. 6d. worth' 'of Interco lonial stamps. ___
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896
TELEoRAPii MO'i0Y ORDEiS. e. d. Victoria ..: Under u5 ... 1 0 douth Australia ,, 3 0 Queensland ... ... 4 0 Tasmania ...,, ... 8 0 New Nouth WVales . 20 'Perth, W.A. .... 0... VTictoria :.. Under £10 1... 0 ;: euthl Australia 0 Queensland .. ,, ... 0 Tasmania ,, ... 4 0 New South Wales 8, ...'3 0 Perth, W.A..... ,, ... 5 0 ' Pea'o1.. "N'OK ___.___' Postal Notes: frobm 1is to 20s., may be obtainel at all Post Olfics but are only payable at any Money Order Oflice mn the Uolony, from 10 n.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdlays) 10aI.m. to noon. Poundage iunder Is.'Gd. ... .. . ?d. ,- , ,s. d ... .. d. ,, ,, 7se. .. ...-2d. ,, ,, 20s. Od.... ... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, Rand Vice versa (on payment,. the payee must affix stamps equal to poundage). Stamps of New South VWales, South Australia, Great Britain, France, Ger many, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General Post Office, Melclbourne, in quantities not exceeding 5s. at one time. ...
POST AND TELEGRAPH INFORMATION. NORTH MELBOURNE POST OFFICE. Times of Clearing. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896
0QST A?ND__TELEGRAP .- - FORMATIOI, iNonTu'.i ELuOUOsB PoST Ori co. l imes of Clearing. 10.5 am.., 1.20 p.m., 3.20 p.m, 4.47 p.m., ^ :arid IO1' midiught- -7_ : Times of Delivery. . 7 a.m., 12.410 p.m., and 4.80 p.m. MO -OEY Onni OFFie. ; Olice hours--10 a.m. toS p.h.,: Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noon. Payable in Victoria:--' : Noot-xeeeding-£5 ... ... ... -d. Above C, butnotexceed.£10 - ls. ,, £10, ,, ,, £15 - is. Gd. ,, £15, ,, ,, £20 - 2s. Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queens aInud, Tasmania, and lNew Zealandi d. d. Noto exceeding £2 ...;:. 0 6 ,, 5' .. ... 1 0 ,,10 ... ...:· 2 ,, 20 ... ... 4 0 Payablo in Greut Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape bof 'Good o0pe, Ceylon, Chiia,; Ildia, Japan, .Macao, Mlauritius, United States, &e.:-. e. .." Not exceeding £2'' :.: ... 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. £5 - 2 6 ,, , £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 6 ,, 7,, but not exceed. £10- 5 0
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896
LEOISLATIVB, .ASEMllBLY. SNorth 'Melbourne.ric r. G. M. Preidcrgnst, Fploington-road, , North Melbourne West. Melbournu .-Dr. W. Mloney, corner Oanning and Dryburgh streets, North Melbourne. " . ,, .NonTrh MnELBonURh Towr 0 bbnuciI.: Mayor, r J Barisc, J.P. SEiastern Ward-Mr J. Gardiner; .ijMr .V H. Fuller; J.P ; ,Mr. J. Barwise, SMiddle WardMr, T. Fogarty J.1.; Mr'G; Cart.r; 'MrD.Wadick.':. .. 'Western,Ward-Mr' f'.Y. Steel, J;P.; Mr J. G. Petrie ; ,MrA.'H. Benjimin. Towni Clerk, Mr H J. JRandall. Rate Collector, pro trn, Mr . W. Kearney. ouric-?, Mir E.:M~clyer. Health Oflicer, Dr Whitaker. 'IuypectorMInr . Mlagnus. Overseer of WtrksMr-G. 0Duicean.