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THE HOTHAM CABMEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

- THI HOTHAM CABXEN. For some time .past a dead set has been made in'the correspondence column of' ne'n of::. the Melbourne dailies,- to ihdi'ice the 'Bus Company to extend jita terminus to Flemington.l There can be little doubt the real ;object 'aimed at is the total breaking up of :the- Hotham 'Hill" line , of,'.cabs; ."This '.would .be: publieloss, for although the'number of cabs 'runniilng on this lines is small, and 'consequently' considerable. delay od?urs 'in their starting, they still' are a' great convenience to a large number of persons living on'and near the route,' who cannot possibly avail themselves of the line by lwhich' the.'busses travel. 'We notice theicbmen inw and around_.Melbourne have formed a protective Union, of which i.meiting.iwas held last 'Friday in'St. Pstrick's iaall.; The foremost of the evils to which tho life of a cabman 'is heir to, Yand whicii the Union will. endea vr to abolish, is the' restriction, which iprevents: a cabtmanu carrying more .tlia ...

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

Qa :.Cricket, .. BYIONGSLIP.: ` On Saturday, the 12th of, this.lmonth, an-,loveon of;Ltho Eothtliut Criaket Olub travelled tot Coburg to try conclusions with fifteen of tho local club. The match resulted biraa ea y. win for the former; Tho matlo5nns, and 5sin their .,opnleo. cnt1 tptherght.ab for o5 runs. The ufid Tlhandgrurrlr," Who took ten wickets for 23 runs, were a long way too'good for the Coburg cricketers, who - didnot feel at home to such queer truild link.; Tho-Cohurgitigashwnt a great deal of practice befodre they fly at game like theo Hotham C.C. again. The highest scorers for the Ilotham Club were 1'ater son and lRobertpon ,with 23 and 20 rins resphdtiv?ely a; f`ndsoi the Coburg Club Willicott and Constable,twith 1T,aud.11 runs respectively. Owing to the'inca a. , city gftho sqorcr, iho evidently was pot up to his'` work;'we are unable to give further particularma.,;Ftim. i 18T J{L${IiNJTCtOTU',t CO., V,-ln:RLOVEO "WEST ltIL1OURNE. Th'hism tchli 'pi~ored a'littlnmo'ie d...

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IRISH RIFLEMEN IN CANADA. (Weekly Gazette, Montreal, Oct. 2) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

IRi.SK RIFLEMIEN IN CANADA. (Weekly Gazette, Montreal, Oct. 2) Toe Irish riflemen wbo have come to try what their skill can do at Creedmoor, had a right royal reception in New York The hospitalities of the rcity were freely lavished on .them, and ai few evenings ago when it was announced that they 'would visit: Booth'as?Theatre,tbhey.founo three thousand persons nssembled to greet them-..As-the partyyentercd- the.audience rose en masse, and amid vociferohs-cbeer inog and the waving of bandkerchiefathe. band struck up "God Save the Queen" Satin tbanners, representing the various nationalities, handsomely interwoven, de pended from the boxes, and ii other parts of the house welco~tingsigtinal were pro minently displayed. The Irishmen have reason ,to be satisfied with .,their welcome. -'On Thursday, at" Oreedmoor, some capital shooting was .made in thte preliminary practice. At 800 yards, Dr. tHamilton; of, the Irish team, made twelve bull's eyesnand three centres, equivaletit to ifty-...

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THE LATE PROFESSOR WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

THE LATE PROFESSOR WILSON. On Sunday last, at St. Mary's, Ho- tham, the incumbent (the Rev. R. Potter, M.A.) preached a funeral sermon com- memorating the death of the late Pro- fessor Wilson, from the text, " I lose nothing," 5 ch: St. John, part of 39th verse. Mr. Wilson had for years occu- pied a prominent position in the Anglo- Catholic Church, representing the church and parish of St. Mary's, Hotham, in the annual Assembly. He was one of the trustees of the church, and had been one of the largest if, not the largest con- tributor to its !building fund. In him the diocese of Melbourne loses a staunch and tried friend, while the -University will long miss him as one of the most clever of its professors. Science also   has lost one of its gifted sons. Death beckoned him just after the completion of his observations on the transit of Venus, observations which are reckoned to be of the utmost importance to the scientific world. Then the delicate   &...

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CATHOLIC PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 December 1874

CATHOLIC PIC-NIC.   The annual Roman Catholic pic-nic will take place this year at the Warehouse- men's Cricket Ground, St. Kilda road when reel and jig dancing and racing will form the main staple of the amusements.

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GRAY EYES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

GRAY EY . `The, gray eye is peouliar to.the eye of ,itriau . And here we. meet:.with..veriety eoui?gh to puzzle Soloman himself. -We" will pass over.in silence the sharp, the shrewish, the spiteful, the cold and wild gray eye; every one lias~eenhoin-oo oft00 perhaps. Rat'then, .-aaJi,. there are some, beauttful eiougghitodrve'onehwild, ao iti only tlsem which we mean...There is the dark, sleepy.: alimond.shapedgray eye, with long black I?i?es--it goes with the rares face 'on earth -thaMsultan likebeanuty oflojttlack hair, anda'aoompleitono that is neither dark- nor . f:altal- ost a orea-n;color, fthe'trutl ni mast be told--aed soft sund ?,ih- the letaf of the cal'a'Eothoplaitself., ,:- ,<'a , Directly oposite i t 'this 0sthe ailm, clear grayloyei h e~eyo~tiat :zeaeai,.;whp thi gray 1pelet;~e 1 -yonuetlyiothe face ; .ikview..you kindly,; but alas dlappointedly; puionl rey libhts it? ' love ks the epaay:'of'irieitdehip;_whiohsbe Idas to` h di~wi~hi i;I; hs'owae of: thaet ey...

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FASHION GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

FAS10N GOSSIP'I They say it taltes two -wees to make $ falhionablo dres'nbowaday. Buff andfray boot made Oof linen are' all the rage with the lQrls ladie, . r- The adies'have worn all sdrte of `loweirs and fruits in their hats, and now ithl?y have a turn -n s T the T rlaa. The tlick ;al,.iet e17eaee ealltm4 iwillhaveone very good effect-that of cans. ing the polo?aise,;a mueh favore by .all ladeso eftete,`to reain!tbheir favor, at all` events, throsgb the amamn and winter. A male reorte' in aa inlwad town went to a millinery, openiuagian& Wrote a'dooilptnio pf a bonnet, with a piqeon sitt.ng on top and peaook'e1 tail droolieg at twhe i4e. The milliner withdrew er, advertisement, bt the ropQrtglr swears tl1t there were no_ im portent miseakes in his daeoriptlq'n The general tondenoy of all .out-door toilese'ie to the thiokest and coarsest mater. ialt that can be procured; and we now ee our greatest elegants in costumdi of farioesthat we may, without exaggeration, say would, a...

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HINTS TO COMIK LEKTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

HINTS TO COMIK LEKTURERS.7 r ý -BY JOBH BILLOi. - - - Comik lei~aring ' an unkomonfpeky' - It s mire unsirtiug than the"Patkiehting' hizznos a ua maoeaiso of :grao or az a means of livelyhooi. i I Mot aony: body thinks they oan do it; an4t thls iz jut what makes it so botheraom te w do: - - - --` - ° Who it'z tdi jiats nuffit i a terfliok' ueooose, bat whoa it ' overwdid iz like a burnt sleapjoky very Impeitinent. Thare tatt but phw judges ov humor, oand they all differ about is. Whenever a man haz made up hbi mind •tht he is a wit thae hois mtstaken without renased ; bt" whenever the publik' h mad up their minds that he hazs got the desamee then ho has got it mare. 'IToividusls never git this thing right;' the publiok never git it wrong. Thare iz jist 16 toacus lain pound 6ov dlory, and no more, that Iz by the publiok ateelyards. No ma ktan be a helthy phool -unless he hat noused at.the brest ov wisdom.?. ` Taoso who fail in the aoom?k bizzilaso. are: themu who have been put out to...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

- HELD-OVER, We are obliged to hold ofer severa articles of local and goneral interesteunti next issne; ini ?qnsequenco of the holidays and a desire to affiOrd otr employes a littl oe recreation. From the same, reason three letters on the paveient questioa are kept back.

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BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 30TH DECEMBER. (Before Messrs Breeze and Fleming, J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

BRUNSWICK.POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 30rS DECcBxnERn.... (Before -Messrs . Breeze and Flem. ing, JT. P's J A contractor named Pierce was fined is. and 2s. Od. costs for not, having a light burning over anorcaration; JTames Bull was charged with negligently driving a horse and dray at Cam phollfield on the 17th inst. :Defeddantbsaid it was a dusty morning and he had his hand' across -hisseyes; fined ls. and 2s.` Gd. Costs. Ainsworth v Page o the sa of £l 0x. order for amount and Os. costs. norderliy bat as itwas hristm tinme.; th I bench discharoged heritha eaiauion.. _:

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

F.RIENDLY SOCiET1ES. A' meeting of the Cabinet was held on Tuesday afternoon; when a Royal Commission was. appointed to take. evidence as?to -the present financial status of Friendly Societies in Victoria. It has not yet transpired who will form the' Commission, butthere is little doubt of its being organised' and set to work with the least possible delay. Now- is the time for those interested in the well being of- these societies bestirring the?m selves, for it is almiost'a certainty that the -Government will introduce, in the bill theypurpose placing before the Legis la?ure next session, sets of tables which the present Government' Ab tuary has lately' drawn' iip.: These :'tables are A regulate tie' weekly` dontributions of( members, and if allowed to become law, at pres~entifors~adowed, willt simply ibethe means of breaking up Friendly Societies altogethr.

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, 28TH DECEMBER. (Before Dr. Lloyd, and Mr. Laurens, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

HOT11AM COURTY€ ·= (Before Dr. Llod;and Mr-: I rtn? J;'.'S. Daex?s-- Miehael Sculley wee ibr¶e5 with-boing drmult°lanid disorderly. Se; vwas ined s r,'xnr cid efasutt 24,hoar.-jm' ",(Before r. I.tA. ClarkeJ.Pa) DkoNs.- -Michael Clancy was accusedl of the above offence, but'as hoTwasnidt krnowr to the police, he was discharged. TIIUBsDAY, DaEso?s ?a'3T. (Before Dr..Lloyd, (chairman) and Messrs H: A. ;Clarke,.Laurens, Noo'nan, imd Fogarty, J.P's.) PPissrNn. Snuarous NorTES. -'Joh fMcDonald 'was accused of endeavioring to pass a trade note of Nicholls, th'e tailor, on 'alMrs. C"aroline "McGuire; of the Ge;rg' flotel, Cobden street:; When ar rested he :endeavored to hit the constable wiith a heavy piece of lead, attached 'to a strong;cord, whiohhe had in his hand. The bench ordered him'to be imprisoned for three months.with hard labor.: ," ?: No LAwiwcitrLl=ANs OFr SUPPor. Charles Brown 'was accused' of 'rnning away fro'm his parents, but was discharged with a caution. A ,PLIUSANT· WcF:...

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SANITARY IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

SAN1TARY IMPROVEMENTS. .Tst previous to thi lest election of canididates to represent North Melbourne in the House of Assembly, and amidst the flourish of trumpet and the beating of kottle-drnms, an agitation was got up, having for its object the total abolition of ithe Western Swamp" nuisance. A leaguo,e was formed with Mr. David Blair as its secretary, and the excitement was kept up to fever heat during the time the new Electoral Act was being diScuoged in the Assembly. When tho bill was lost the excitement collapsed Thereovas a tal of a r5onster deputation waiting onr Mr: .Frinpik; uiit it w ac uly talk. Parlianent lhad a long session'of seven months, and not a word about the We.tern wermp waa heud~?iain.t i? LegisativoHsiue. Thic;al 'Js ird of Health is thoe Tow Couincil, 'nd ith Town Coun?il rith David Blairz hd one or two outsiders,' formed'th W?Western Swamp league. As these several bodies still exist, the ratepayers have a right to ask how long the`air is to be polluted ,wit...

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THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

I .THE GOYERNOnlvto 1 3 . mHis ExcellencySir George Bowon~hi&s departedfor E=Europe, to -cenjoy.a well earned` holiday- it is not aaticipated tlat his absence will exceed seven or eight montlisbutthat he t willreturn 'i3oweand se .family.., By that time ,he newivice regal: palae in= the'?domain will, be ready, if possible, for theiz re= ception. The acting Chief- Justice, His Honor Sir 'ifredmond 'Barry;, =will'' be sworn in to-di ActingGovcrnor dluxqtg his absence. € '- !

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Local Melange. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

- Local Melanige. ' SAbout eight o'clock on Tuesday morning ia- fire broke' out" in Driummond' street, Carlton, near Elgin street, in a three roomed wooden dwelling, ocooupied by Mrs. Bailey.'Adjoniing were a two roomed wooden house, occupied by Mrs. E. Fisher, a' onel roomed, 'wooden i.tenement and a small unoccupied two roomed shop. Mrs. Bailey saw. thepartition in the front room to'be on fire,: and immediately took her child out. The flames spread rapidly. and deitroyed the hoseatndits contents, and the other three places were very con siderably damaged' before the fire was cheoked. The Fitzroy, Collingwood, and Melbourne brigades arrived about the sametime, and prevented the destruction of all but the first building. The hose reel from the Carlton Brewery: were also irnattendance.- All the buildings belonged to Mrs. E. Fisher; and' were not' insured The origi of the fire could not be ascer tainecld. '.. The prsoner Weechuroh, whI has been imthe Melbourne Gaol since his acquittal...

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LOYAL ALLIANCE LODGE. M.U. No. 4561. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

111LOX: ;LLLANCE ·LODGE: ©t" P-:ý:U4' ~ z.No.-4561.1,1:1 cumin--,iojshr r~he-. leotibn; of =offi er of tbb. I. yil 'AthueeeIoige tOdk'p1 Jw·i ,j 23rd Dice pbeer,-g the Lodge roopl'&d s; Armiuf ot.Idl. Thf 'were nas' gi . - dinc.of paat'&ffi1cpeandibrotheriypf3 ;ie' Perfect; t iae· elel~oatod.,N orftb;eantiing sitting. P.-Sec.Georgee Weetoe ' being. electe4, to ` the* 'EG}= chiir 'Wetivin;wio ties most aatisfactoriyyf lled ihelposition oFN.( for-thei ipast'sitting. takes -his plae'as G. 3.of the'.Iod&~e& The newly-elected officers' ackin6*1dedd the honor conferred onnthem; after i iwhi .avote'ofthanks was unnanimibiusly acordod to"the rtiring . 9ors:

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ORDER OF FORESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

1ORDER OP -FORESTOliS. It will be perceived from -our advertis= ing columns thali there has been a change of m"idical gentleeio i in thi IHotham Order of? Forrestors. Membersa are re nuested to send in' their names imimdi. atoly to the;Secretary; Mr. Alcook.

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POWERS OF THE LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

POWERS OF THE E LCEN?1NG BENCH. .. On Tuesday, Mr. Justice Fellows heard an appeal by a Mrs. Baker, from the -decision of-the: licensing-bench "of Emerald Hill. It appeared that Mrs. Baker's husband is alive and in charm. ing health,but unfortunately his creditors are bewailing his uncertificated insol-? vencyanid,although hisbetterhalf assured the bench that she had cut the painter, so far as business matters were concerned, leaving bed and board "as they, used to were," the` Bench:decidedly refused to grant her a license. Against this she appealed, but-His Honor, holding that a licensing-bench were allowed a certain discretion indefiuing what was a valid ohjection against issuing.i a license, decided they had acted with discretion, sustained their decision, and quashed the appeal.

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1ST, 1875. THE NOTORIOUS WEECHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. ,FRIDAY, JANUARY 18I, 1875. TBHEi NOTORIOUS WEEOHU4OH This double dyed criminal has been relegated to Pentridge, and the public may rest satisfied that no further oppor tunity will be given him of indulging 1his b!oodthirsty propensities.~ With his late trial, no sensible person in the com smunity can be satisfied. However, the " paladium of British liberty," (wo were about making a mis-quotation, and in place of liberty writing "stupidity,") has acquitted him; but irrespective of that the conduict of the defence is far from satisfactory. in Great'Britain the law authorities have latelyrdisbenched a paid advocate for going too far in the defence of his client, about whose guilt or innocence the whole civilised world is divided. What a pity we have no similar authority liere I Weechurchb, a convicted murderer, and the perpetrator of other heinous crimes, is caught red-handed in another murderous and- unprovoked attack upon a -warder, and we have an advocate at t...

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CATHOLIC PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

CsLTHOLICPICPIOC.N S.The Catholics. in accordance .with the custom for several yearsl past, celebrated St. Stephen's:day (Boxrin day) with-a pienic on a large scale.- This used to be' held in a paddock to the south eastof the Botanical Gardens, bgt -s that rouand was requirel for alteratioisF-in't sa 5o main, the'pionia at year was heldri the Wyarchousemen's Cricket Ground,opposite 1Ve:loy College, and the same site was sele~tcd for Saturdafya'sfte. .The ground is well adapted for its purpose, -the only objection being that the area is somewhat 1'iruntscribed. , In.1873 it was computed that upwards of 000 persons were pr. sent during the day, and on.Saturday the ground was still more crowded, and the amount received 'for admission will pro bably exceed £350. The net proceeds will be divided; between the Magdalen Asy lum, the Catholi6 Orjhdnage and the Hibernian Hall, and' eahli will':reap a substantial bonofit froin the etort.

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