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A LEGACY TO THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

S. LEGACY TO THE PRINOE IMPERIAL. Mgr. Charles Mlantour, a Roman Catholio priest, better known to the world in bygone days than quite lately, died at Vienna a few days ago. Mgr. Iantour was formerly pri vate Chaplain to Napoleon III., and the be lief prevails that he resigned his post in deference to the wishes of the Empress Eugenie. The ci.devaos chaplain has left a property of about 300.000 f., half of which he has bequeathed to the Prince Imperial, and and the bulk of the orher half is to go to ,ho Pope as Peter's pence. It is exprresly stipulated that this money shall be presented at Rome by Baron Bach, the late Austrian Minister. The decoased Ias loft 1,0?0 f. to his housekeeper, and 10,000 f. as a dowry to her daughter, a girl of 17. who used to read to' Mgr. Mantour. She is, how vet, only her 24th birthday, and in case she marries a Roman Catholic. His library and furniture the deceased leaves to the Franciscan .()r ler, and three costly rings to the Holy Virgin of Maria Zel...

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OUR LAW MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

a'w-i:? ,OUTR"L&W" MA'KERS;' :; +' 'On:TuesddaysnightrMr. Cop j ioz an nounced+inithe Assemebly. that:.the Par liamentay, Buildings Committee. were consideritng the iadIisability} b! 'recom mending the erection of a new Parlia mennt' House, ! aso' that-t the Pdisper comfort and ccnveniience of hn'iiiembers .inight be, scured, -w.ith6ut 'which' they couldr not.+ boe expected prbperly to discharge their duties.' Itis impossible to say what Mr' Coppiuswantis puesibly -he does not know himself.:` urely the cunitry caii afford to erect anT additional bathr-oom, ?here hoe can enjoyaitNirkish bath on the chaep, and provide the lion. member with a gout stool; witoiit being 'burdened with any -additional cost than the, mere,.finishing the, front- of the present building": If Mr. CoppiA feels his comfort is not aufticiently provided for,' as he is a Stateýpensiodbt, 'let him rectify itt by spending ??apots~? of tlie £6 per week, the country doles; out to him r 'felse regn his seat. -'...

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EMERALD HILL SEA BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

EMERALD HILL'SEA BATHS. Lately the Eaerald Hill Town Coonn cil have erected s?ine,'bathing places on the beach,;.betWeen Sandridge and the Butts.: Last week twelve feet of the boating: had! been .atripped oft, and;,toge ther with the stepsaat the end of the pier, in, deep .wate:l have .been stolen. And yet there are no larrikins at Eme rald Hill l1..True; they. (that is; the "!young men of the Hill") appear to belongi to'a'lower grade'still. ' "'

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HOTHAM CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

SI OTHAd CRICKET CLUB. The concert given recently in aid of the funds of the Hotham Cricket Club is likely to prove a-failurc,"· fiitncially speaking. The :programme. was a- god one,rad -a, very. pleasant evening was spent by those who attenaed, but there helimattereonded: It is'to be regretted Slhatttho funds of the local club were not sjsipplemented"in a more liberal' manner. 'here is not a suburb arund. :Melbourrio uwhich-does not rejoice. in a ,cricket, club that is liberally supported by the resipents: Hothlm should not be an exception to so ogood anrule. It is not too late to:receive sibliicriptione:` Tlioinext a iea alritiely " ought to be attended with. more success than thelast. TThere is still a deficieney of £50. occasioned by: the odutlbay.on1 the cricket reserve. - -

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NORTH MELBOURNE ALMANAC [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

NORTITP' 1l1ErOURNE ALMAJfNAC Each subsorilb to tho 'Advertiser will. receiVo o a, copy offti?c Sheet Almanac giatiswthli, this iesue of tli paper. ub soriborsa whdo, throiighi. mistakc;thlavo not received thbirli nlmnirias, can'oblain copioa bn ali?t?cation itio ? giho "i en o ';f' this journal; . The Aimanaon-will likewise - bo distri~uted gratis tlhrouighout the city, nud *itidistritat of Iolihaii,1Car ]ton WVest 7ielbournb, Foot ierty;?lMrunswick, Coburg,, Compbp)lf1o1di Heidelberg, anot Iltham.

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

PROROGATION' OF PARLIA MENT. The Victorian Parliament: will be prorogued this week, after a lengthened ses'ion; which. will only .be remarkable in the annals of the colony as one of the most unprofitable and costly tlit has over taken place. With the excep. tion ,ofthe Local"Government Bill but little practical legislation has been per formed during the protracted sittings. Whatever bills --.have- passed in the Lower House ,of. a ,liberal character, were subsequently thrown out in the Upper House.'.Yet the'taxpayers are called upon to pay the members of both houses £300 per annum for enact. :ing their respective parts in- this broad farce.I ' .

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THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

TIE FIRE INSUIANCE COM. '. ANIES .' Virtunllyt h disbandment of to Fire Brigades throughout the colony will tilke place on and after tho commencemeint of the now' year. ;Th' is, the' Christmas present whih' these comupanies' resent to theirnumerous customers. -.They say, we have paid towards .the support of firo brigades ifor the last ;twenty;yeara s it is now time for this to cease. tThe brigiid'es slicid'd be iplacd odiids'?'similar fopting .to ,w!hat .th~ey..nre in .;tbo old country, arid, having . sought, the aid .of legislatve o'nactmonts'for two sessions in vain,we now virtually abolish these pros tectora againat' fire; and leave, Melbourno and iis suburbs to their'fato; Fually adl itting. their gre!at t;griovance, their condnotin? decidedly wrongirashl,-olfiult Ind suicidal., It. behoves overyone to he careful against nccoidentby flr,'.bat specially 'now,ivery' houisho!lor should be dbubly csiutious. :

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 18TH DECEMBER. (Before Mr. H. A. Clarke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

St p: i olice ; HOTIIAM, COI/1T. FRIDAY, 8Irrl' Dca'uiriti " (Before Mr.,H., A. Clarke, J.P .) a STBirio o WATChi. ai?- ies'lay?cSwas charged with satenlig a watch from the person of ficlyhncl ately Avalucdl tt £r . Tie cisowera romnided to tle City Polico h .; cisMorn y,.i2 r lDCEdERn . (ltfhoregDr.ia lovdr , licairman; ? Messrs. W. 11. Clarlke, Carroll, and Pogarty.) & (ofiVaor. Dtirii'aRNCES.:-Margarot Baskervillo sought the:aldEdf the lawi-to sc6tlo.tho diffyronctbetween herself and lher iusfalniu d, Prederickiok Baskrville. She accused her spousowith thealmiable desire of taking her life, but the bonch, consider ing the gravity of the charge. remanded the case until this dair (Tlursday). CoNTeu rr.-David Holt waVs harged on warrant with disoboyin' a summions, butas thep; roeooutor thonght bettor over' the matter, and consented to withdraw the original charge, the casoe was nallbvod. to go by default. seax named Mirgarot" Dono.po., as i au tioned u nd Bisodarged fdr 'i n...

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FIRE IN WEST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

-FIRE IN WEST MELBOUIRNE. A fireoccurred on Thursday, December 17th, at halt past four o'clock,oin the hay and corn store occupied,by,.essrs. Patter aon and Co., Dudley. stroot;, West Mel bourne, but osring to? tho?;prompt arrival ofthe Iptham Fire Brigade, the flames ?ere a ,dily gotiunder; without any ma. torial dqaago beinginfieted; j

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HOTHAM LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

HOTHAMR LTCENSIiG BhENCH. ,: The Iotbham Licensing Bench held an adjourned, sitting on Monday.' The fol lbwing licenses were disposed of: R., Barclay, - Royal' George '-Hotel, granted. " Mr. Green,i Galway Family Hotel, granted. Mr. Mackiewich,: "Empire Hotel, granted. SAn application was heard on the part of Mrs.` Elizabeth Ahern, for a neow license for a house situate in Queensberry street, to be called the Cloyne Hotel. ,Several witnesses were called in sup. port of the. application, and deposed to the house ha?sing the necessary aacemmo dation required bylaw, and that iin hotel wouldbo a benefit to the neighborhood. On the part. of . the , residents in the neighborhbood, who opposed the liouse being opened as ad hotel, it was contended that there were already ten hotels in the locality, kept 'by nine men and one weoman,' consequently no necessity ex isted for a fresh license being granted. The belil after consultation, refused the application:

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Letters to the Editor. THE DISCUSSION IN THE COUNCIL ON THE PAVEMENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

'Letters to .the Editor. THE DISCUSSION IN3 THE COUN OIL ON TIHE PAVEMENT QUES. TION. Sir--The . argurments: adduced _ by Messrs. Carroll and Co. at the last meet ing of the Hotiham Council, Why. an ap pealtshduld'not be made to =the Supreme Court against the decision of the IIotham bench; ofJmagistrates in' re bcollection of half the ooso of. pavement, is deserving-of comment. ',Is;the, firstplace I think ,Councillor :Carroll oughtto have been the last person to have made, allusion to the "questionable,taste". of certain councillors. sitting on-the beonh:during the hearing of the case, as his action on that occasion was'not such as any' honorable man need ioe prnp ?u--? ~ Onte case tIbeing called' we find Councillors Carroll and Fogarty leaving.tho bench, and seating themselves ono'o eitlier side of the solicitor defend. ine:tho'cdse,' where they remained ac: tively prompting him during the entire hearing ofLthe case. If. they had been the defendants tsi 'could iot have donie more ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

·:· t: -.. soe1 n e cse ANOUNCEENT. 52T :+' J. BROOKS, IIOOKSELLE I, ' T retariinig' thanks to li' u? .;mcrous : 1. n ?L frriends and the publio. for' past Inavor, L . , h oae m Iuc , oI.i?nu*, i 5.. ll.,i? thlt it- ha LEASD. THOSE'COOIODf.iU. PRFREMIISES ": (Foriroriy'oeoAjoiitd hy the 'lnoe Ni. Dwluil.) :r, No: 232 BOURKE STREET EAST, A: nd antend .,OPENING, SAM3fEON SATURDAY, NO . EMBER 21, S Wth one of the largeai uilection of ',: ."..." SECONDHAND BOOKS' :ý.- . ,,' r -"., , : - ' In th e" r . AUSTRALIAN OLOL NIES, A h l rem c 'etully nolidios an I.,epctlon. 232.BOURKE SIIREET?iAST. E A. USTR.ALIAN GENERAL MLANU. " ' " FATURINA 00.: ... .Are p:3; repared to supply the Trade. with as W r olu ?d..vd raya " rLe,{" : s l ; O " P? ,a- dr , . u. -,e lon e n.i a rapersetc . d O. CORNER LirSpence & , H i sstpvD sts -: " dieu Jok.a c l ttentio n to To follonry found. S. rl srtd. . H2t7s 299 . Bonnets WI STREET ers C .1'.. rwrapersna etc., & , .500 Ladies'.CORNER ' ghOF r ...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. HOLLY, IVY, AND MISTLETOE. (Leisure Hour.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

Tales, Sketches, &c. HOLLY, IVY, AND MISTLETOE. (Leisure Hour.) Towards Christmas, Covent-garden. and other London markets, are glutted with Christmas evergreens for the deco ration of the three-million.peopled city. "The boughs with clustered berries bright," and the laurel, ivy, and box, which can, be had for the asking inl rural and less populous places, suddenly become inl London important articles of commerce, and the poorest households are willing to pay in coin for a spray of holly and mistletoe to welcome Christmas. Dark as it is on a December morning, long before daybreak Covent-garden and the adjacent streets and approaches to the market are thronged with heavy wag gons, some from the railways and some from the country turnpike roads, and all laden with mistletoe, laurel, ivy, box. and spruce firs for Christmas trees. Here are waggons piled up with the festive evergreens. Many laden with at least a ton. The procession is at a standstill, for the market is already f...

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Local Melange. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

*oi Mr'iGodfrey on-Monday presented to .th?,Honuse _a petition from certain of. the finhabitants of tHeidelberg and its neigh. obbrhood, ?frayng, for theo ,construction,:of 'theooliter r.'crle. railway, and =urging a evarietyi oft reasons "whygthat routo should • 'be seleoted for'the .pprposo,_of connecting Melbournel wiLthaOakleigh. A petition _was also presented by Mr. Stewart, com plaiinig of the -hardship-imposed upon licensees under. the. 49th section of the Land Act;'aigd praying that they might be allowed the. same.privilegs 'as enjoyed by seletbrs under the 19th clause.- Both petitionsewere ordered to lie: on the table. ' 1 Dr. Youl held an inquest on 'Saturday, at Hotham, on the ,body of John Mon tagutSani inmate : of the Benevolent Asylum,;aged seventy three iyears. On Friday last the deceased complained of having bei ill the previous night. ' On the 18thliinst'he was found dead in a :shed, where bhe had been noticed sitting on asstool an hour' or so' previous. \Dr l Heath...

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CARLTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

CAR?LTON DITRICT. The following are the namons of theo ivio ,epresentatives of ýmith and Victoria VWards in the City Council : S.MITIH 'TA .--,ldelormn Stowart; Coun. oilors S'orn, Pirodn endl .Valli,. VInrolrA W.Lt-n-Allnrman O'Grady ; Co?n cillore Curtain, liehalnrdson, and Arnold. MIAOTSTR;AT;:.M lIOHnET irs (LArnLToS. John Curtain, Esq., M. P., Curtain Terrace, E lpin street. .Tohn Pigdon, Esq., Northumberland House, Farradaly street. lajor lndlcliffe, Hlambridgeo Terrace, Dcu. vorio street. Thomns Collins Ilussell, Esq., Commercial Bank, Lygon rtrcet. ]ii?LELOA ltIO. RGISTRARS°. lobert Smith. E+q., LVTcon street. lRobert IIorncr. 1'q.. Pelhaim stroeet. Ilr?ern?? An or L~ mTi DrATnII, &c. J. F. Naole, Een., LTygon street, Carlton. Branch Office, Errol strect, Ilotlnm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

o.tnm Unagery and Cutlery. JAMES PATON. TU NIR 8 n 1NG d a ENERAL j .. ?? . IRONMONGER., S (nea`-the Towu' Hall,). Q?Q.. UBwENSBERRY 'ST., HOTIIAMI. The trade ?optlied. V arriers. TETE RINA'RY SHOEING FORGE V 39 ELIZA±ET1I STREET NORTH, Melbourne. V1- ILLIAM ROBERTSON, D tWo ,~ k the general publio for the appoet -afforded him for the last eignhteen .yeaes at Kirk'. Bazaar and McCaw, and teneti-to reocive a continuance of the same as alhits work ist eeouted with prompti :tade.:.neatress.m. durability, and despatch ab e'i l rtilloerryis on bsinsee at the above addres as before. . !. AtND.WS, S'N-E R.IAl T A I- LO R, ; :o80 QUEENSBERRY STREET, (Nealy opposire Bank of Victoria), It, A I. . o-TB A M. , ? ? iscellaneo u James O'.hea. . O LL_4 AND 0 OLQBMAN, QUXBENIsIBEitRY SITREET, c'-'" IHOTHAM. p.ormporer if WFli'orw.-·la, Oils, S Color*. , perhanglofs, ýc. larc itureur of Cburch Windowe. . Embaer on 0Glu?..e. P. MERRY & Co. 1, 33 & 35 ER ItOL STREET, .. OTI-IA.3E K IMP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

' I i~t".:~Iioiiiriilyg Yýý,"'et~e.-;I,.., .,: . '-14ETROPOLITANDERMA NENT BUILD. ING and INVISTMENT SOCIETY i Leroldo.t-l-. P. 8. strut. etq. Vloo-PioIaeb-.J. LCall( han eU, .·! -.I D Mold. rat, ; Trtiet: _ý-Fred. llbjd. 1L9 3 Pj, J. Lailoa! 1Crq," stu~ligr-.W. broiery, 8-eq: D), eoia.lord, M~q~ --- Cmltt-Mi I,r1.P~ldto.IYr.ý0eorge" Clap. Sterton, Or. ,Orhe doaJIoswlk, fir..tWlUlheo Moore, -[.: ll.ltori-kl:- e0 Dro ok'.Uanoaotie;.I : surve y n-ThorbU e W~ttoZq. .. "" "Bmk od-O n lta sk B dok poatpnr ooA. .~,.t"ý o ir~tlary..L ri QB leon"o.' 010. - Ofioe-3. cl9LINS STREET BAET, M&ELBOURNE rec. Tn. r ter. b &6bNiu hi do'ln 'tnd Rot, ol:hhb v poi ILI . dveotoge. to, borrose nosquiolled by anf kirn redsnt to un, . .r,,., t. t ,.;.,, . edvanees, for anavnc on be'n ade at " cow 30 Iad,. i Io- a loe days, oo t·ddosde beleg 1-ilit"ýe c il"ýet U,! l Vu1 nse' i hý t Mraa tnr . #"a t rr ar_'.rt v# am .I t~L (eria. rl j g. [, eJn Ai¶I 1." n 8, '8.(". loy.a ,17ref ,E C E..u 8 e ...

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THE DAY OF GLADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

TEIE DAY OF GLADNESS. Sunny.,. Christmas tide has. again come round with its cheery remembrance of that cloudless, happy .day when',the tidings of peace and great. joy were proclaimed by the angelic choir, and echoed through the boundless skies. ,' It is, or ought 'to be, a day. of"gladness' to all,; for it is one' of the trysting spots of old Father Time, a mile stone which periodically notes, the progress we men and women are making towards reaching the sacred height' of perfection. .It.,is a day specially blest in the re-uniting of severed family ties, and although it may be that avacant place around the hearth which last Christmas-tid' was filled by loving gentle hearts,. say temporarily open half closqd wound, there is balm in..the though~lat tn 4 o are nob lst, buc aro watching ver tliose they have left behind,,. TI'Ie unnsen but spiritually felt influence of their presence surrounds us at this Adve:t-tido, 'and 'to those,who look for it,' Cri;istmas beiras upon its wings a.ho...

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THE OUTER CIRCLE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

THE OUTER CIRCLE LINE. The Government have decided to con struct lhe Outer Circle Line of Railway, to connect Oakleigh with Melbourne. Mr. Gillies introduced the bill, whi'ch was read a first time in the Assembly on Wednds day night. If the Government mean to t carry the bill.through this session, it will prevent the early rising of the Houso. It was violently opposed by the member for Sandridge, yet its second reading would have taken place, but for the mem ber for Mornington availing himself of the I forms of the House. The following is bill:-Mr. Giltios noved for leave to intro. duce a bill to authorise the construction of a certain line of railway by the State. The line proposed, he said, was to connect Oakleigh with Melbourne. In October last a bill was introduced for the construc tion of railways. and it was proposed to take running powers on the . and II. B. Railway line as far as Elsternwick. The House was informed that negotiations with the company were unsuccessful, in con...

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BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 16TH DECEMBER. (Before Messrs Strutt, P.M., and Overend [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. ,WEDNESDAY, 16TH DECEM?IEBB (BeforeMiessrs Strutt, P.M., and Overend :Alfred Cornwall was charged with having no control over a horse and buggy. Defendaniit left the vehicle in charge of' a minn;atthe Retreat .Hotel, but' as he neglected to look after it, the horse had erossed the road and proceeded to 'its own stable; fined 6s. and 2s. 6d. costs. John YWatson, for a similar offence with a spring cart, was fined in a like sum. Collin Stewart was fined 5s. and 2s. Gd costs for driving on the wrong side of the road. Turnh?u?s,.YAFlfuh'eckJor_ bssuiof. Slos. ad., goods -sold and dliivered.. iMli. Grylls appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Davis for the defendant. The)nase was adjourned from the Wednesday pr vious· for5 additional evidence.-Mary Hitchcock :stated that ;she frequently fetched goods from the plaintiff's house for Mrs. Buck, and never heard thledefen. dant call her anything'elso buIt i3ri. Buck; the'defendant maintained the woman was never passed of...

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