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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

Correspondence. (While willing to publish letters embracing all shades of opinion, it must be dis tinctly understood we do not identify ourselves with the sentiments of our correspondents.-Ed. N. M.. A:]

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STATUES IN THE FLAGSTAFF GARDENS. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

STATUES -IN THE FLAGSTAFF GARDENS. To the Editor of 'the Advertiser. Sir-WVith your permission I wish to call the attention of the Government, through the col~mns:of your valuable journal, to the fact that'the statues which some three or four months' ago received rather severe treatment at the hands of some person or personsunknown, have not yet been removed or replaced, thus making tho'gard'ns, whichvero at one time a little cheerful- by their appearance , now 'anythingt but ornamental. This . is especially so. as regards the main path leadisig from King and Dudley streets; throligih William strdet., I should like toraskif.it;is the intention of the ýGo' orniment to renovate or. replace them; if not, the sooner they are removed .the better, as the tpresent sight-of them :is anything but pleasin tolook upon.! - A i 8; . ' I:am, etc., Anugust 11,1873. R"' osEtLE.

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To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-It is said that " Coming ovents cast their shadows before," but that.it is not always so was evidenced lately when the motive of the CarEon Aldermen, Messrs. O'Grady and Stewart, in opposing the Carlton loan for £10,000, was made an inscrutable mystery to the residents of the distriot, for that they did oppose it is well remembered. The one by voting against, and the other afterwards by ruling the favorablo. report of the 1 ublio Works Committeeo out of order on a convenient point raised by Councillor Vraggc, but the little matter of the deputation which waited on Mr. O'Grady, and which was, no doubt proviotsly arranged, asking him to stand in opposltion to Mr. Curtain, sheds somie light 'on what was very dark at .the .time. Of course, as Mr. Curtain was to be opposed at the noxtpar liamentary election by one ofllthei abovo gentlemein who understand caph' other' thoroughly, it would never do Po, they no doubt thought, to allow him, to carry the l...

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THE COMING CARLTON ELECTION. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

THFr COMING CARLTON ELEC, : TION. To thie Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-Being deeply interested in the welfare of Carlton, and having closely watched the career of our Parliamentary representatives for some years past,I must confess that I was somowmhat surprised to perccive by the dailies of a recent date that it is desirable, at the next general election, according to the present notions of somebody or other, to trot out a new aspi rant for legislative honors against our well tried and dservedly popular representative, Mr. Curtain. W~re it not that Ir. Thomas O'Grady, the gentleman alluded to, is on the eve of giving a grand fancy dress ball, I would be sorely exercised as to how such a proposition could have originated. Dark and mysterious are the inventive ways of some people, but if my surmises be cor rect, the gentlemen who deputationised the Mayor, and whoso names by the way, n votgven, are more than a match for the inee." If they have been successful, and .r nventivb geniuse...

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HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 11. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Bond and Trenoweth, J.P.'s.) LEAVING THEIR HORSES UNPROTECTED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

I1TltDELTh:RG COURT.; * MND.iY, AUOHrT 11.'t (Before Mr. Slrtt(, i 0P.M.,;nd Mosora. BJnd and Trenovctl. .T.P.'.) L AThlVu TI! V.!!! ]Us s1VS UriuOPECTmn. -Threec~.\woodldn r·to r nameld respectively John Hill, JamellBiley, and JTosRph Mor T ri4s worn en oh feCli s. and 2e. ld. rnsta .Anotluhr wood eartei nfIId .lli Jn ..Uinnis. for a like oiloueo, wao `fined 7s,, lid, and 2s. Gd. costs? Dinnis -was b'foro the court on n asimilar eliauge }akhort limo ago. tCharles.OlNoil wds?huhir ed with having le?lthis liorso and dray in the6publio street. DetLndantl ida {elbosurpe ?potato .dealer. anid; is said lo eo obendeV fromii Hugh TO'Noil, ? stho ·9n5. d?Irish Chieftain. Thse.?aso. 'haig bedeiipoved by tihe police, Mr. O'Neil)pleaded hard to be let off on the ground that he was a public benefactor who t sunplohi the Heidel. boegers witlhrt?tl Warinsmbools" which he said "couldn't be got for love nor jgen wm* finn asy..otherHdaqing in rp liebthtiislf.?Ti lead only just loft the cart for: . f...

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13. (Before Dr. Talbot, chairman, and J. W. Tinning, Esq., J.P's). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

S BlRTTNSWIOK COUR, W..'EV'DNESDAY,:AuoUST 13. .' (Benoro Dr. Talbot, chairman, and J. W. A, s .:TinninRg,-rEsq:'J.JP's). ALLowINro IIons TO ANInn.-Trin noy Gillics, charged by the Borough In spector with allowing a horse to wander, was fined 5s., wtlh 5s. costs. i ( SILLEALt Po9sESBsON. -'-.laRcd Robin son was charged with having goods illegaUy, in his; possoasiou,• and wa ýo;. mandcd for a' wek rfoi'"mlical inquiry. The same individual was brought up on a clargo of being .in a public placo with iritont to commit a felony, but 'th li crgo was withdrawn. ... . x. CIIL CASEB. * lolgbr v. Iigarty.-Dcbt 10s. Oid. Or der for 10s., with 5s. costs. Iorno v. :Ledginmn.--G6ods sold £5 Gd.-Np nipearr anco., Sangford v. Crawford,-Goods sold £6 Os. Order for: amount with 2s. Od costs,'to be levied by distress.; ( ),

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FITZROY COURT. THURSDAY, 14TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

i WAIrTZRdY C oURT. TnURnDAY, l4Tr AUGUST. LAncExN.-John Munday was charged with stealing a coat, the property of John Turson Jcflbrson. The prosecttor called atP' boat fhVtory('in DBrhswicki ktrcet on the 13th inst., leaving his horseand buggy at the door, and his overcoat in the buggy. He was absent about half an hour, and ananwhilo tl)o coct was gqno, &Sbn after. swards ho found the riasoncr~i.dcring his cd6, iand gave him into custody. Sen. tencd to one months' imprisonment. LAuCENY AS A BAILEE.-William H. Shubrook wai 'charged with larceny as a bailee. Prisoner had been employed as a hawker of basketwaro by James Whiting, a ba.skctnalcr.ird rujiwlick atr&, and it wa's'his'dht~' 1 ' aScbuht ' t?ros'cutor or his son every evening for what he had sold during the daty.pO '*tlh July he said lie hadsold £1 .s. (5a. worth of oods on credit to a Mrs. Clements, in South Yarra, and on the 1st inst. lhe was short to the amount Tof4f 014 N:40a 8AInk? for the aiiduni liho 'e...

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MADAME GODDARD'S CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

LMADAME GODDARD'S CONCERTS. On both occasions the concerts given by this talented lady at the Town 11all.wero crowded to excess. The programme on Mondlay evening was very attractive, and the pianoforte selections enabled Madame Goddard: to display her wonderful pro. ficiency to the greatest advantage, and the accuracy, rapidity, and delicacy of touch in the variations excited the uitmost enthusiasm. Mrs. Smythe sang twocsolos in the most. exquisite and touching manner, and was greeted with hearty applause at the conclusion. On each occasion which this lady has ap peared before a Melbourne audience of ate she has attracted considerable notice, and bids fair to become a general favor. ito in musical circles. Mr. Hill's selec. tions from "Lucrezia ]Borgia" were admirably played, and that most difticult of violin solos, " The Carnival do Venice," was executed in themost porfectmanner. Mrs. Cutter and Signor Susini sustained the parts allotted to them in the pro. gramme to the unbounded ...

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

THEATRE ROYAL. Mrs. F. M. Bates has made a decided' :hit::in' the old` ' Adelihi melodrama "Flowers of'the Forest.' As a iay it is simply a tissue of nonsense, and yet it is'nonsense which 'plcases the public. The character of Cynthia was, written for an actress who Was all the rage with theo audiences, and necessarily brought out 'the particular excellences of that lady, and although Mrs. Bates cannot efface her acting from thoe recollection of old playgoers, she has the ability to make her own conception of the character suf ficiently powerful to entitle her :to bo ranked but a step below the original. Mr. Stewart as Cheap John was im. mensely funny, and Mr. Greville as the Kinchin was very comical, the two when before the footlights keeping the house in continual roars. Miss Carey as Star. light Bess, achieved another triumph in her art, as also did Miss Shopparde in the character of Lemuel. The play was well momlted, and was throughout a great. success, and is enjoying a run.

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ST. PATRICK'S COLLEGE V. CA[?]LTON COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

ST. PATrrncs COLLEG {V. CALTOK*, COLLEGE. .'4,, A football "mnatch Ifook placo; in the Richmond Paddock orn Friday,: 15th inst., between St. Patrick's and Carlton Colleges, which resultedina draw (though greatlyin. favor of Carlton College), each side obtaining one goal. The followingis a list of the matches to be played by the first and second twenties of the North Melbourne on and after Satur day next. FIRIST TWENTY. CLUD. OGROUND. IO AUGUST. 23:-Williamstown, Royal Park. 30.--Iichmond, Riochmond Paddock. SEPTEMIECR. G.-Collingwood, . oyal Park. 14.-Richmond Union, Richmond. f 20.-Hawthorn, Royal Park. 27.-Southorn, Fawknoer Park. ocTOOBER. 4.-Hawthorn, . . ing's Paddock. 11... Carlton, 2.20, , Royal Park. " SECOND TWENTY. CLUD. .OROUD. AUGUST. 23.-Carlton Impertal, University Paddock. 30.-Univornity, 2.20, 'oyal Park. .. 2 +PT/gtaIHER. .-St. ;Kila, 2.20,:; "Royal;l'arki 13.--Esscndon, Ioyal Park' 20....Willametown,dI o o,, \,illiamstown. 27.-Carlton Imperial, Royal Park,. o6rOBER...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. EIGHTERN OF CARLTON V. FIRST TWENTY OF NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

FOOTBALL NOTES. BY SCRIMMAGE. EIOGITEEJN OF CARLTON V. FIRST TWENTY OF NOIRTI MELIIOURI1E. SSaturday last was a great day among tho fbotballcrs of Ifotlnm and vicinity on account of the great match to be played in the Royal Park between eighteen picked men of the Carlton club and twenty men of the North Melbourno club. But the' day looked anything but fine about the hour play usually commences, and as a natural consequenco the P1ark was not so well patronised by the elders as it would have been if the weather had not been' threatening. Novertheless the youth and boyhood of the" surrounding localities turned out in force, and amply compen sated for the absence of their elders. The, Carltonites thought they could win easily, though they had not the best team avail able, A'Gibbon and Wallaco declining to play against the junior club of •their own dtistriet. ?owever, a. good team was turned out, which included the names of fifteen first-twenty men, thoir Inumber being made up by the add...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

r . " aDrapers, etc. PUBLIC NOTICE SBAXTES& CO . r{ BE E.to. ingform the public that having' purchased ern , .,,:,, , : , o : , - . , • . " aSGAT DISCOUNT A AK31G .STOCK OF DRAPERY GOODS ;?'.They are able to give some ' :RARE BARGAINS IN IHORROCK's LONG .. CLOTH GGEY CALICOES SHEETINGS )2 "JRESSES CLOAKS AND JACKETS FRENCH. MERINOES :'TWEEDS EN? AND BOYs' ' ' CLOTHIING BLANKETS ,TAPESTRY GAIPETS. I he above Goods are now ready for public inspection. .,BAXTER & CO 27 and 29 ERRO. ; L ST., HOTE AM. Drapers, etc. U I CT O I I A n O s E, S 74, 76, and 78 VICTORIA STREET, Hotham. E. CRONIN, Begs to announce that he is now showing the Latest Novelties in ,.WINTER GOODS of which an early inspection is invited. French Morinoes, Is. lid. Wincoys, from 45d. Flannels, from 11d. THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT has received especial attention, all the 'new shapes of the season having boeen early se cured, which for qoality and style cannot be e.rpued., -?jloe. the'rioee are inch wsto TH...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, 20TH AUGUST. THE LOW-LYING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

'AND CARLTON..VOCATE.' WEDNESDAY, 20ri AUGUST. THE LOW-LYNG LANDS. The public muieotini hold on Thursday last at the Town Hall, llotham, was a stop which should have been taken months ago by the inhabitants of the borough. The '..';.locality has suffered in an equal' degree with West Melbourne from the pestiferous effects of the obnoxious swamp, and yet it Shas suffered patiently, leaving to the in habitants of the latter locality the brunt and burden of agitating for its reclamation. H?owever, though slow to move, Hotham has atlast spoken out unitedly .and well, and the committee appointed to agitate for the removal of the' nuisance is com posed .ot gentlemen in whom the public can place confidence that they will. not suflbr the grass to grow under their, feet. Besides they owe it in common fairness to their neighbours in West Melbourne who have hitherto toiled manfully and well, Sthat the borough should relieve them by bearing the burden equally for the future. It is somewhat rema...

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A DUEL BETWEEN LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

A DUEL BETWEEN LADIES. Two ladies in nIississipi, says a contem porary, have lately asserted their rights as women to settle their differences in a manly fashion with a gallantry that cannot fail to win for them the admiration of their gentle sisters who are engaged in struggling for the privileges which have hitherto been maonopolised by man. One of the most desperate encounters ever heard of be tween two women occurred recently ac cording to the Vicksburg HIerald. It seems that two ladies were engaged in conversa tionl of an anmiable nature, when a crazy man, a character in the neighbourhood, passed by, and one of the ladies spoke to him in a jeering manner, "polking fun," as the other described it, at tile poor old muan. This led to a few tart words passing betweenl the two, and it was felt that a meeting of a hostile nature was inevitable. Accordingly, the two ladies went home for a few minutes, and when they emerged from their respective houses each held in her hand a large but...

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British & Foreign. A NAVAL TYRANT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

British & Foreign, A NAVAL TYRANT. Commander A. Semmes, late of the United States sloop-of-war Portsmouth, has been tried by a naval court-martial, on charges of inflicting cruel and unlawful punishment on his sailors, abuse of his official power, and oppressive and inhuman conduct, unhbecoming an officer and agentle man. Semmes used to chain the sailors, for trivial offences, in gangs of ten, close together, and place them on the quarter deck to pass the night in unspeakable dis comfort. While the Portsmouth lay in port of the Rio Janierio a oman named King was persecuted until he attempted to de sert, and was then fastened by his arms and feet in an inmoveable position in a boat alongside of the vessel, and exposed to the fierce tropical heat of the sun until his life was nearly sacrificed. Another ease of outrageous cruelty was that of a seaman named Matthews, concerning which we quote the language of the Secretory of the Navy himself:-" By order of Captain Semmes, he (Ma...

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TO JOHN BEDFORD, ESQ., BLYTH STREET, BRUNSWICK, PRESIDENT OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

TO JOHN BEDFORD, ESQ., BLYTH STREET, BRUNSWICK, PRESI- DENT OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Advertiser Dear Sir - You have been long and actively connected with the Total Absti- nence Society and to the advocacy of its principles; you have brought energy, talent, and robust eloquence; your con- sistency and integrity of purpose are unquestioned. It is on these grounds that I select you as the medium for the following observations:- At the outset, allow me to state that though I am not a member of your society, you must not count me an enemy because I do not sub- scribe the pledge. I claim to be a friend and an impartial observer of your opera- tions, and sincerely regret that these should have proved a comparative failure. Pray, Sir, do not be startled at this state- ment, keep quite cool, and in your large charity do not consign me to condign punishment- because I candidly and honestly state that I regard the efforts of the teetotal society. as quite a failure, &a...

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LOW-LYING-LANDS COMMISSION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

LOW-LYING-LANDS COM. ' MISSION REPORT.' . A numerouitand influential meeting of a rthe residents of Hotham was held on Thursiday evening; at the Town Hall, for a:'' the purpose of.considering the ,report of the Commission on Low-lying Lands.? His Worship the Mayor presided, and introe ,.duced the subject of the meeting. The drainage and reclamation of the West a,;Melbourne swamp was a matter of the greatest importance, not only to Kotham Srbuttothe whole city. It was to be re. .:= gretted that- there had not been greater progress made in furthering the object ,- they all had in view, and they were now assembled to consider how to best urge on "t'the shatter; but he hoped that that meet. ing would be the first step in the right '*dirdctjon. .. Couficillor. White stated at " ''some length the various attempts that had ;' bein ?-made to obtain 'a drainage of the swamp' from a very, early date in the ,,history of -Melbourne. The condition of ,?the swamp hadhad a very deteriorating effec...

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Police HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14TH. (Before Dr. Lloyd, chairman; Mesrs. Laurons, Clarke, Fogarty and King, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

Police. HOTHAM COURT. TUvnsDAY, AvoUST 14rn. (Boforo Dr. Lloyd, , chairman ; 7iosnrs. Laurens, Clarko, Fogarty and Iing, J.P.'s) UNLAWFULr AssNLT.--TJOhn Lynoh was charged with ass.aulting OGeorgo IBurgess with intent to do groivols bodily harm. Gtcorgo Burgess stated that ho lived in \Varwick ntrotl,; on Friday evening, butwoon seven and eight o'olook, hle was in his own house wheilciis wifeo told him some one was ;getting murder&1 at the back i he went:round to see what was the matter ridd just as. he turned the corner he felt a blow ; remembered nothing moreo Biidgt lLarkins doposed. that she lived in Warwlek.itreot ;;went ?down-·to Isaacs' hcise and-taivhlim and'the prisoner fight ing ; Isancs ran,inside; saw B]ul?ess come round the corner'ofte -right-of-way and immediately fall as if ptrick cy spmdthipg saw pra~sonoerpik.up ?u s6mtdlthla n befo Several other witnesses deposed to seeing the prisoner and .tno nqp.uasaacs.figlti g,, "?nd ahi6"to seeing Burgess after ho was...

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Borough Councils. COLLINGWOOD COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13 NEW MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

Borough Councils. COLLLINGWOOD COUNCIL. WOVsaUsAY, Auouir 13. NEW MIMIERS. The newly.elected councillors, Messrs. Holland, Kidney,.and Upton. worn intro duced, and took their seats at the Council table, after making and signing the pro scribed dcelaration.. . , 'ThoI-Publid WVorks Conimmttbo ropdrted in favor, for the future, of paving with eight-inch pitclhers all rights-of-way six teen foot wido and under. Considerablo opposition was shown to this proposal, and it was resolved to postpone its further consideration for a fortnight. The Finance Conumitteo's report, recom mending payment of accounts amounting to £201 8s. .id. was adopted. The other business was of an unimpor tant routineo lhrantor.

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CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873

,O1TH5E.JKN ORTH *MEL--- BOUIRNE, &c. The following extracts are taken from the Victorian Police Gazette, 12th August: -Stolen from the person of Minnie Heupt, 69 Leicester street, Fitzroy, on the 10th instant, in the Botanical Gardens, a gold geneva watch, open-face, with white dial, lago scroll engraved on back; value £9. -On the 1st instant. about 10 p.m:, John Ruddell (a boy 10 years of age), of18 Vil liers street, Ilotham, was stuck up in the Black Forest, by a young man for whom a' warrant is expected. Stolen a parcel con taining a pair of black cloth trousers, a calico shirt, a box of paper collars, like ness of a little girl, a large-size.doll, a locket, a pair of blue' worsted socks.- woman, name unknown, 20 years of age, is charged, on warrant, with stealing from the dwelling of Emlnnnino Raynor, of the Perseverance Hotel, J3runswick street, Fitzroy, on the 9th instant, a black crape dress, trimmed with black silk and black crape, and a pair of prunella boots, near...

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