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DIRECTORY. NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

DIRECTORY. -4--6 NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Members for orlth 'Yanrra Province. -Mr..F..S. Grimnwade,, 346 'Flinders lane, Melbourne; Mr. _Villiam Pitt, 476 Collins-street, Melbourne; Mr. Na ibaniel Levi, Princes-street, St. Kilda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

.. Have RETURNED to the OLD CORNER Lately Occupied by EKMA?i? & .SODS._ .-ew and Secondlland Furiiture 3BO"TTG-'EET- es? SO-lI .. Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, t':"'"; ^And Bedding Manufacturers, 3251,VOTORIA ST., WEST MELBOURNE, Consult EKMAN & CO. if you Want to Buy or Sell. GEORGE- SIMUMDS Z-. oL .E.£;f -BUTCHER'S S)'AALL GOODS MA)4,' COURTNEY ST, NORTVW MELBUURNE:- 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 Oput into circulation by intelnttcd parties has cihanigcd handL, it is hereby nuoilied that the busintcss is still carried on by the under signed, as epresentative of the family of thm late John LDaley. Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. (Signed), THOMAS DALEY. Funerals conducted to any extent in Town or Country. TELEPHO~Y-E , 827. +- + *+ DPRINTINJ AiLL:' WORK + FIRST-CLASS,. At Lo-arest Prices, AT KAJ...

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THE COURT ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

TeI ConsT or IMoDet.-T-sa.st MtIon day being the Prince of Wales' Birth tnday, there was no regular court; but Mr. H. Bindon, J.P., attended, and dis charged six "'drunks." A girl named Hannah Suillivan,; -4?yenarsf-age~ was charged with vagrancy, under alleged very demoralising circumstances, was re manded till Thursday. A LoEar.y EDhATi.--On Friday mor ning, an elderly woman, named Mary Stewart, was found dead in hler house in Cross-street, where she lived alone, by some of the neighbors. They reported the matter to the police, who conveyed the body to tile morgue. Deceased was old and ailing, and there was iothling of a suspicious nature about her end. An inquest was held, and a rerdict returned of death from failure of the heart, com bined with Bright's' disease of the kidneys. PECULIARn AssnAUr.T ON A WVo?Ar. On Sunday morning, Constable Flood, of. Noith Melbourne, found a middle aged woman, of the tramp class, lyingon the side of thle road, and in consequence of the bleeding a...

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NORTH MELBOURNE FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

NORTh MIELBOURNE FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. -4--t- TnE absave clubI held a veIy sucessful meeting at the Fitzroy Racecourse, Crox tn Park, on Monday, Prince of Wales' Birthday, there being a fair attendance, and keen, contests tlhe order of the day. Excellent rabbits were provided, and gord runs obtained. The weather was very fa vorable for coursing-cloudy and cool and a very invigorating afternoon's sport was realised. Officials of the day:-Dog Slippers, T. McInerney and F. Adams; Itabbit Slipper, T. Goddard; Judge, W. Hanmil ton; Treasurer and Field Steward, G. W. Goddard; Hen. Sec., G. WV. Toll all of whichl worked hard to make the day's outing a good one. The following were the results: THE BInGIN TROPHY AND STAKE FOR InISo TERRIERS. Wasp beat Derry Jane ., Connemara Birthday .,, . Molly - -ted Pose---,, Trilby - Melrose ,, Briar Tip ,, ' Tynon , Paddy ,, Joe Nipper a bye. First Ties. Red obse beat Wasp Birthday , Jane Tip e rllmse Nipper i,, Paddy Second Ties. Red Rnbse beat Bi...

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THE ELECTIONS. TOWN OF NORTH MELBOURNE. WESTERN WARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

THE ELECTIONS. Y)oWi? O-RNORTHIt MIELBOURNE WESTERN WinD Es ecrTo.. Tne election for an extraordinary vacancy in the Western Ward of tile Town took place last Wednesday, the palling booth being 139 Abbotsford-street. Owing to the absence of any question of imnpor tance before tile ratepayers, and to the fact that the last ten days or so have been largely interspersed with racing and -holiday -~noing- no very great endtn siasm was worked op in connection with the contest, and it was largely flought purely on its meritP, with the best of good feeling. Mr. Benjamin, as a young cantlidate, with pronise of considerable energy and an aptitude to readily pick up umunicipal information, was accorded a hearty support; while in Mr. Gleeson niany voters saw a business mlan of ex perience and matured judgment, and voted accordingly. During tlhe day, cabs hearing the usual calico exhortations to vote according to the party they were engaged by, traversed the streets of the town, and conrveyed ra...

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GARDENING. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

GARDENING. -4-- NOVEMBER. KrITCHEN GRine.--Beds of rhubarb and sea-knlo that have ben forced slhould be cleaned off. Attend to cucum bers and melons; if any have missed, sow again. Stopleading 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 prened moderately, or fruit will be small and few. This is tile time for prevent ing a great deal of pruning in winter. -Use the finger and-thumbt- udieiously in disbudding and stopping fruit trees thin thIe frr.it where thick; increased size and superior flavor will be the result. Vines will require prompt attention. Sow kidney beans, cabbage. carrots, peas, nd spinach for a succession. Earth up potatoes; stop cutting aspar agirs. Fi.owcn Gant?s.,-Hybrid perpetual roses shoull have their shoots pruned back imniuediately they lhave bloomed. Newly planted shrubs or plants suffering from lhot sunshline should be protected by boughs of ti-tree or wattle. At close ...

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BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

BOARD) OF ADVICE ELECTION. YESTERDAYnn , the elections in connection with tile North Melbourne State School Boaid of Advice were held, and a num ber of candidates presented themnedvoe, viz.:-Messrs. W. Tregear, J. H. P. Polglase,. Clement P. Davidson, James WVylie, J. G. Petrie, W. Nicol, W. H. Fuller (old members), and Messrs. J. A. Scott, David P. Smith, and G. N. Hey ward (new aspirants for oflfice). Mr. W. HI. \Webb was Returning Officer; and the polling booths were the Errol-street, Queensberry-street, and Boundary-road State Schools. The polling took place between 8 n.m. and 7 p.m.; and the re sult was announced- by-LMr;-Webb,-at the Queensberry-street State school, as under: W. Tregear ... ... 39. 7 Clement P. Davidson ... 3038 G. N. Heyward... ... 305 ,I. G. Petrie ... ... 298 J. A. Scott ... ... 287 David P. Smith ... 260 W. Nicol ... ... 259 James Wylie .. ... 248 J. H. P. Polglase ... 247 WV. H. Fuller ... ... 244 -The fi-rs.even-were-declartd e!lecete. Total number of vo...

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EARACHE AND TOOTHACHE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

EARACHE AND TOOTHACHE. To core earache, steep a clove of garlic in very hlot olive oil, then pound the garlic, and insert a little in the ear taking great care not to intrude too far in. Let thepatient thlen lie on tile eanr, with a hot flannel laid between the head andl the pillow. For toothache an American's recipe is appended. Any thing tihat will give relief or care this tormenting pain will be thanlfully re ceived in mnost families. I cannot spleak (says a writer) of the effect of this remedy from moy own knowledge, low ever, but it is worth a trial. Take a hlump of unslaked lime, about the size of a small walnut, and dissolve it in two thirds of a tumbler of rwater. HIold the limue water in thie moutl, and as near to thie aching tooth as possible. If the re lief is not permanent, repeat the processa,

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MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

MIELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BoU1R3lE \~AnD El.cCTloS. TInE above took place on Friday last, the polling booth being the Presbyterian Schoolroom, William-street. The rc tiring councillor, Mr. Jacob Marks, was orposed by Mr. Alexander Tait of Elizabeth-street. The election passed oft quietly and without any exceptional incident, but the friends of the two candidates worked throughout the day with a quiet determination, and the iuterest rose to a high degree as the hours wore on. At 7 p.m. the poll closed, and at 7,55 the result was declared by the returning officer, Alderman Amess, as follows: Alexander Tait... ....928 ---Jacoi?als ... - ..;920 Majority for Tait ... 8 Mr. Tait thanked the electors for the honor they had bestowed upon him by electing hnle to the proud position of their representative for the Bourko Ward of the City Council. He had to apolo gise to thoce -3d voters he had been unable to bring to the poll, but tihe result was a great costpliment to him; and he would do hIis...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

,.IEPOtTS. Mr T. Launder reported two large sclhnappcr, 141bs and 17.bs:, were taken off Elsternwick lasit'wrek; and Mr 0. Twight stated that seven \verb taken off Brighliton, about 1)Ibs eaich.' Mr Cook* at Cuininghame, Lakes Entrance, reports that during his stay thiere hlie caughlt 38 perch weighingii 821bs. The largest was- 4!bsi?ozs.- +Er 18 day., three liours a dav', 7801bswieiglit of fish were taken by angl?lrs lthere. SThe Littlewood Trophy 1or ladies was competed for on the Werribee, Prince of WVales' Birthday, and resulted in a win for Mrs Swaine, who caught three bream weighing 11b 4ozs.. Mlrs Littlewood caught one bream 7szs. . The Struan Casting Trophy was also competed for on Prince of VWales' Birth day, and was won by Mr E. C. Connard with a 42 yards cast. W?erribee, 8thl---Mr Csnninsham. I_ broam; J. 8. Morrison, 10 bream 12l~bs. A. Frost, 9 bream, largest 1libs; W. 1l.four. I breamn. 9,h-Mrs J. H. Gardiner, 2 bream ll1b 2oz; A. ]Frost, . breamn; W. Balfour, I1 bream...

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, Nov. 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. TnoURSnAy, Nov. 12. Before Dr. Lloyd.(chairnman), and Messrs Wylie, and Bindon, ds.P. DRUNK IN CI?RGE OF HIIORSE AND OdART. Owen Murtiili was cliharged as above. He pleaded guilty, and was discharged on putting 10/- in the poor box. VAGRANCY. Hannah Sullivan was charged with the above offence. Her father said the prisoner was 14 years of age, and per sisted in wandering about at nighr, frequenting the Royal Park and other places. On her father promising to louk after her she was discharged. INSUOLTING BEHIAVIOn. Edith Green toed the mnark in answer to the "elastic charge." . It appeared she had been drinking, and was suffering fromn tihe "horrors." She has been on remand for medical treatment since the 9th. She was discharged on her husband putting 5/- in the poor-box. VAGRANCY. Gaston Hutton was charged as above. Constable Moylan said he found the prisoner on a vacant piece of land near a fire whichl had caught him, and burnt his shoulders. His burns w...

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

VICTORIAN FISH: PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Te ordlinaryff weekly meeting of the abore society was held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, Bourke-street, Melbourne, on Friday, 6th Noemnber. Mr Al. Moon (president) in-the- clrhai,--here was a large attendance of members. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. C onnesRoEosNDE . ' ' ' From Abbotsford Club, 'asking for list 'of members' names for cohmpetition pnirposes.-Deferred till next meeting.' GE R.I?.g~ BUSIN?ES..•. . neicenAll neesiecs.'k. The Secretary reid some notes which appeared in the' Australaasian Under Angling by ' Topjoint," which hadsome erroneous references to'the Angling Committee in donnection with the list of competitions, and after some of the members had spoken on it, it was decided that.thle secretary be instructed to write " Topjoint," drawing attention to errors. The Angling Comimittee ieported the result of O'Con'nor Trophy, an account of whichdl appeared in our last issue. New Mem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

Public Notices. SPAR.?R? OO- "ICYCGLE S from -dE22 10s. For WEI)IDDING RINGS, KEEIPERS, DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE 31ENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of aill kiml?. SPE'CTACLES, anl ELECT R?O PLATI.D1 WARE, _. (;oI TO I ' TOWN HALL BUILOINGS, NORTH MELBOURN E, g? Vatchs, Clocks, and .ewellery "'-- - - -Rc-paired. All Work Gu......teed,!. Size Cards of Bings and I'ricc sent on application. . - -WULESALE TOBACCONIST ANsD SlAIRRESSER, : ..55 Errol St., Nth. Melbourne. The Trade Supplied with any quantity of Tobacconist's Goods at the Lowest Possible Price. I g 0) rohallt TAILOR, Nea ,. , 353 Victoria-st., ERROL WEST MELBOURNE Street. GE NTLEIiEN interested in their personal appearance would do well to give us a trial. Our Clothing gives universal satisfaction, and is Unequalled for FIT, STY'LIE, and WTEAR. All Garments are Cut 'from the Latest M[odelS, & M3Iaterials l'Thorouglhly Shrnk. CYCLISTS, ATILETES, CIAIPIONS of tile WHEEL, Are remincded that we Cater crpecially for their l, I.luirements...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

_ SALE-? EXPIPATION- W-LASE SALE !l Great Sacrifice of Drapery Goods AT~ NORTH SMELBOURNE. Ladies and Gentlemen, we ask you to visit us, when you will find our Prices: ."Right as Rain.",- -... .. . :. :i We want -?. 0,0 0 in Bullion ,tlhis Month; and willoffer.' : EXTRAORDINARY & UNPARALLELED B'AN!GNI FITZERLD ROS., Errol-st., North Ilbourne. ___ k _ COLDNMADIE SBoot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North Melbourne. Try Leeming's Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes, neat caps, 3/11 per pair; marvellous value. Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes,ll4/11. Button Shoes, 5/11. Ladies' "Reliable " Bls., neat toecap, 4/11. (Z Queen .ButtonandnBal.,;5/11.. S Ladies' Glace Bals., 6/11. Button Gla'ce Bals), worked o button holes, 7/iL' . Gent.'s Tan Sedan Bals., 8/6. .: Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Welted Bale., 12/6 i special 'alue. Gent.'s DressBals., 4/11 & 5/li. Ladies' White Shoes, Lace and Button, 3/11.:' REPAIRS a Speciality, :and Finished Daily. Large Staff o.fSkilled Repairers kept on th~ii Premises. . BOOTS fo...

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THE CORONER'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

THE CORONER'S COURT. Tis: recent repeal of the old English law by the Legislature, that a suicide should be buried at midnight, with all the gruesome etcetras, as regards this colony, was commendable on grounds of common sense and enlightened human ity; but it is of interest--albeit a melan choly one-to note tile prevalence and causes of sell-destruction in Victoria, as compared with other countries, although we do not intend to weary our readers with statistics on the subject. The old idea was that in northern Europe-the region of long, dark winters, desolate snow plains, and gloomy'pine forests the tendency to take one's own life wass far stronger than in tile sunny south of France or Italy-lands of vineclad slopes, verdant olive groves, and clear, blue skies-and thus in elffect climnatic influence was regarded as largely affecting the suicide rate: Thisline of reasoning, however, has been shown to be fallacious, andmorn people precipitate themselves off the numerous bridges spann...

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Notice to Subscribers and Others [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

Notice to Subscribers and Others Should Subocribers not recire thesr paper regularly please report same to this Office. tll response to nueFroos enquctlrics e are pleased to state that back Numbers of the COURIER rnay be obtained at the Office, t18 QueeosberrU-erreet. Elle ,ou'rier & g ldualitcer. PUBLISHIED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1806.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

The Great French Romedy. t-LA.\DIES.-FRENCH SAFETY PILLS are thie quickcet, Surest and bert Mcdicine for lic?toring liegularity, no matter why, or how long ldelayed. They oErVER fail! Take no others ! I Box sent, free fromn obscrvation, ts. ra.; extra strong, 20s. (gualanntced Al). g-Sold only by PIOFESSOR HAUTwIONT, I.5L.D., Victoria-street, North Melbourne. 0"Send 4 stamps for my invaluable Pamphlet,--[Advt,] ANGLING NOTES. -Fishing Tackle. Messrs W. IAnRTLIET & SONS, Abbey Mills, itieditchb, have becit awardici First- Prize against all competitors at the Kiel Inter national Exhilbition, for Ilooks, Rods, and general Fishing Tackle. Large assortment. THE ANGLERS' DEPOT CoOnI?or, -? BUU-DnzTGS, 364 Bourke-st., Melbourne. CAMP HOTEL, Werribee. Good Accommodation for I"IsomlNG and -SHOOTINO.ARTLES. --eehlIles on-11rterfor FIsuNlso, SIoorIso, and Plceic PARTIes. Best lBrands of WINES anl SPIRITS kept. BILLIARD TABLE. Post Cards altendled to. W. BALFOUR, Proprietor. STRAND HOTE...

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C.Y.M.S. ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

C.Y.M.S. ANNUAL PICNIC. ON Monday' (Prin?o of Wales' Birth day), the above society held its annual picnic. At about 9.30 a.m., some 40 couples assembled at St. Mary's church, Victoria-street, whence the proceeded, in three vanls, to Blackburn. Pleasure being their bent, the horses were not called on to travel at post speed, and thlat Ilvely retreat in the eastern hills wso reached at about half piast twelve o'clock,. the picnickers at once set to brush the city dust from their garments, and the younng ladies to slsooth down their crim pled finery, and hlaving done so, all seemed pleased withll thlemselves, and witll each other. The first impluse usual on suclh occasions to roale towards tile un known, or slost pictuireo(lqte, or-ro:santic spots, was gratified till about two o'clock, when the wol!e ,,arty- aesembled near tile lake, to partake of dinner, anld eachl one of tile party seemed to do full justice to, and tllorougllly enjoy the substantial viands and delicacies sup plied by...

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NORTH 2ND v. SOUTH 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

NORTH 2toD v. SOUTH 2Do. Tills matchl, whichi was comnmenced on the Norlth Melbourne Recreation Reserve on Monday-last, is so far in favor of tile hloime team. Noirth batted first and put on 153, towards which good old "Yorky" Lee contributed 55 in quite his best -on.- Garland -27,Molyneux23,-Whit '1 and Saunders 13 nt obut, also batted up to "Dick." South gave a very poor erxhibition with thle willow, being all dis posed of for 52, of wthch number Quinn was responsible for 22 not out. Saun ders was again in capital form with the bail, taking seven wickets for 25 runs. North, in their in their second innings, hlave seven dowrn for 116, that dashing batsmen Rundlehbeing once more to the fore with 58 not out, put together in a style quite justifying his promotion to the ranks of tilhe first eleven. Garland 23 and. White 10 again demonstrated their usefulness. The following are the scores: S- NoaTe HELOURNE. FirstInnings. H. Itndle, b Deans,- ... .... ... W. Ryan b Deanc ... .... 1 Rt....

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NORTH MELB. v. SOUTH MELB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 November 1896

NORTH MIELB. v. SOUTH MI ELD. A~sr?-r passing on the-outsideof the. South Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday last, Prince of Wales' Birthday, where the above match was commenced, would never for one moment have supposed that a contest for the cricket supremacy of the metropolis was in course of progress on the inside. This beautiful enclosure, at all times pleasant to view, was seen at its best oh :tlhe occasion, and probably its soothing in fluence would in some way account .for the utter want of life that characterised the proceedings during the greater part of the day. Tatchell, tlhe South skipper, winining the toss from Houston, decided to take advantage of the really go6d wicket--one of Sam Morris's best-and sent in Ingleton and McKinnosd ltd the bowling of Jack Carlton and McClelland. After about one hour's play, in which fully ten runs were scored-a break in the order of.things occurred--or rather nearly a break, for it turned out fortun ately, only a dislocation. McClelland,...

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