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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. -4--- oN0ND.AY, November 1i. -Before Dr;.Liyd (ehiiairon); nand Messrs. Wylio, Fogarty, and li.trtise, J.Ps. AN OLD FRIE\D. - Julia Hansen was charged "again" with bt:ng drunk and disorderly.' She was finlled. .5-, or. six hours'.hard labor on the lock-uip. i j DRUNK. James 'Taylor was oharged ns above. lio alsfinlled-, or 24 hours. ---John OCnllanan,-for n similaroffence, was fined 5f-, or 48 hours. Hie was only 18 ,ears of ago; and the chairmian said his behavior nwas siipply disgrace ful.'\ " SGeporgeTnrner was alsoicharged with' taking too much. Consnable'Garlanld said that on Sun day night, the defendant was in thei de lirium tremens, in Abbitsfiord-street, aind I ad.tofsi talkento thei hospital in 'a cab, and theli Back to.tlho watehholso. There was 6/ cab hire. Ha was fined 58-, with i;- costs; or 72 hours', imprisonment. --..... I.iCENsIN.lGc SE. --,Ilonora M?lnerneyr7 licensee of the Young.Auosnraliati Hiitel, was proceeded against by Inspec:to...

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TRAVASKIS AND FRIEL'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

TIlAVASKIS AND FRIEL'S TROPHIES. Birllvue v Cardigan.-This match resulted in a win for the fonner: by 27 runs. ' Bindon, G for 36; Wilson, 3 for 10; bowled well for the winners, and Hawkins did likewise for Cardigan. Gordon v Prince Imperial.-This match re=ultcd for the former by an innings and 53 runs. Gallagher 44, and Semith 10 wereitlhepreicilul scorer for tlhe winners; and Moyes, 9 for 5, was the most sucresssfal bowler. Craik 9, Anderson 8, Gertsman 9, batted well for the losers; and Farrow, 4 for 18, howled well. British Star v Lincoln.-Resulted in a win for the latter by an innings-and - runo. The scores were: Lincoln 124 Elliott 22, Browne 21, Sullivan 17. British Star 42 anl 77-Smith 12, Pilkington 11. Ferguson, 2 for 7; Pilkington, 3 for 29; J. Smith, 2 for "2JT owled well for the losers. Wes!ey v (ircnville.-Resulted in a win for the former by an innings and 57 runs. The following are the scores: Wesley 161-Renfree 77, Guest 38, Tlhompson 26. Grenville 50 and 54 Ravenlha...

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THURSDAY, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

THURSDAY, Nov. li. Before Dr. Lloyd (clair:?nl), anld Messrs Bindon, Wylie, McCarhily, Barker, and Fogarty, J.Ps.1 , . -. ""'VAGRANCI. Gustave Hatton was chlarged 'n re nland, as above. The medical officer of the gaol said prisoner was "not. quite right." Heo wasromandsl for another week. INSULTItNG ItEAVIOR.AND: ASSAULT. Michael Callat an was cliirged with these offences. Constable William Young said that an the 17th he was: on duty in Moles worth-st. The defendant's brother was .illtrating. a horse and when' he saw witness lie went away to the defendant's house. The covistable followed him to take his name and difendint interfered, and on 'witness taking th o:briither in charge,. Callnaan strtuck .oung, who then arrested lim.i . The defence uas that the constable unduly interfered. -Rgtidtitg The assauit lie was dis cbarged on putting 10:- in the poor box, and discharged altogether on: thecharge of insulting behavior. UNLA.WFUIL'ASSAULT. Richard George Tallant was :charged with un...

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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

METROPOLITAN MALTTIUNG TROPHY. Melrose . Yarramille.-This nmatch was continued llas't Sthrday on the aInter'.: round. Yarraville, l?t innings, 185-- W:-Ooonibeo4, 4 orhy-3tg-ar rass 31, Bishop 21, Clayton 17. Bowl ing: W. Stuckey, 4 for 44; H. Crosbie, 3 for 52. Melrose, 1st innings, 35-G. Jackson 10. Bowling: J. Bishop 5 for 20; J. Coonbher, 3 for 15. Melrose, 2nd inn ings, 2 for 43--W. S:uckey 17; F. Farrell 17 (not out).

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. -4-tc MosnaY, Nov. 16. Present.--The 3:Mayor (Cr. Barwise), and Crs. Fogarty, Gardiner, Petrie, Fuller, Steel, \Vadick, anld Benjatmin. CORnnESPONDEiCE. From the various charities to lshomI the Council had sent donations at their last meeting, f.rwarding letters of thanks. Froni the lshire of Echlfca saying that they had c.nveited a conference ?,f thle miunicipalities in the town hall, city, on the 18th NiviCtnher; with a view to get ting the Legislative Council to atcend the bill of one tian one vote.-The letter was received, and tile manor aplointed a delegate.' From the City Council. saying that everything would be done to prevent any nuisance arising frollc the City sanitary works on the Fo.,tscr.iy-rd., and saying that any iitisanei that did exist was not from C(onticil's works. They aldo ak that in' the event of any nuisance the City Council should hbe .rung up.--The letter was received, and referred to the health officer and inspector to report. ...

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LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

LEE 11I.NG AN I 0FcMASTfER TROPHIES. Buntingford v. Melro?e.-This match was played on the ground of the former, and resulted in an easy win for the Melrose by an innings and 35 runs. Scores:--?clrose, 1st : innitigs, 140 -Fitzell 47, Torpey 20, Lonch 2?1, J. Sullivan 11. BuntingfrIrd 53 ind 51 Haigh 32, Harding 13, Delnoy .13. D. Sullivan, 8 for 33; Loucb, 5 for 23; Fitzell, 2 for 10; andiraluraay, 2 for 15; were the most successful bowlers for the winlners. Central v Criterions.-Thiis inatch was concluled last Saturday, and ie snlted in a win for the. f;rmer by an innings and 1 run.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

Public Notices. SPARECBROOK BICYOLES from j22 10s. For \WEDDING RINGS. KEEPERS. DIAMOND ItINGS, ENGAGE JISENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of ELEtfOPLL0 TED V. )l IE, TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE. SiWatches, Clocks, and J.ewllcry Repaiml. All Work Gunranhl. 1 Size CaRls of Rings and Irices sent on application. " - WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST S55 Errol St., = = > Nth. Melbourne. The Trade Supplied with any quantity of Tobacconist's Goods at the Lowest Possible Pric . SJlll1erchiant TAILOR, Near . . L 353 Victoria-st., 1 RROL WEST MELBOURNE, Street. ENTLEMIEN interested in their personal appcar?n c ould S do well to give us a trial. Our Clothing gives universal satisfaction, and is Unequalled for FIT, STYLE, and WEAR. All Garments are ('ut 'from the Latest Mlodels, & Materials Thoroughly Shrulnek. CYCLISTS, ATHLETES, CqIADIPIONS of tle WHEEL, Are reminded that we Cater especially for their le luaircments BICYCLE SUITS to Measure from 2 GUINEAS. M. J. DULFER, THE WIEELIAN'S TAILOR. FR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

SALE! EXPIRATION OF LEASE SALE! Great Sacrifice of Drapery Goods AT SNORTH MELBOURNE. *Ladies and Gentlemen, we ask you to visit us, when you will find our? Prices, . Right as Rain." . . , WVe:a?t 0at0 00 in Bullion this Month and will.offer EXTRAORDINARY & UNPARALLELED B"GANS ?: ' FITZCGER L BROS., Errolbst,, Iorth ielbourn. 1 ERROL ST,, North Melbourne. Try Leeming's Ladies' Tan'Lace Shoes, neat caps, 3/11 per pair; marvellous value. Ladies' Glaco Lace Shoes; 4/11. Button Shoes, '5/11. Ladies' :'Reliiable " Bls.,: neat .j , toecap, 4/11,: ta Queen Button and Ba.?5/1 Ladies' Glace Bals., 6/11: Button Glace . Bais., worked rte - f button holes, 7/11. Gent.'s Tan' Sedan Bals'. 8/G. Gent.'s Tan Goodyear} Welted Bals., 12/6 ; special value.: _ Gent.'s Dress Bals., 4111 & 5/11. T Ladies' White Shoes, Lace'"dn'd Button, 3/11. REPAIRS :a Speciality, uand Finished,' Daily., ,;? Large Staff aof. Skilled Repairers kept 'on the Premises. BOOTS for CHILDREN Lengthened when too ...

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A SERIOUS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

A SERIOUS QUESTION. I)luNis thle week a nunmber of nler caotile and nautical,: representative gentlemen met by invitation on board a steamer in.this:port, rwhich is one of a line inaugurated by a Japanese firm, and sublidisedt by tilide'apnese Govern mnent-indeed the very shipl nentioned served aS a-gunboatb in the recent war between Japan and China- with the view of opening a direct cargo trade and passenger conui'inicttion between Vic toria and the lanid of theI Mikalo. The gathering on board the boat was of a somuewhimt conriiialn i natre, andi iwhile ta o - t .;a 'i A - "rs e ta g ' eg o t anr ea , --i . Manes, the jMelblurtie Consul for Japau, remarked'that the nation he represented was :,anxious to cultivate commercial relations with the Australian Colonies, but,.the latter, while quite willing to exp. rt to Japini, Ih?i practic ally ,indieated, tiht the absence.of any Ji,dne:'s?iul lii lirierishbie to their presence;i pand this- ?as: sh!own in the action of the South. Austral...

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Notice to Subscribers and Others [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

Notice to Subscribers and Others Should Subscribrrs not receire thter pa per regularly please report same to this Oillce. In response to numerous en'ulirics we are pleased to state that back, umbers of the CUnvutnltt.nr jlobtained at the GOice, 1It8 Queenuberry-street. Sll (ourier & a tlutlijier. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRII).Y, NOVEIMBER 20, 1896.

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MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

MELBOURNE·. OITY COUNU IL: . I BOURKE WXARD." . Samiuel Amess :..rciires 9th Nov., 1899 Iii:!! ! .,,,? CouN?rcLLto ns.. F- '"" Jiines .Dyndon ": retires: 1st Novr: 1897 IRichard Bowen.:..'`',, ! : : 1898 Alex. Tait , ,, 1899 '" . Asseessons. .:i .? Henry H: Bindon,' :John Lettey. RnAT COLLECTOR. R. Sparks.

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LATE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

LATE CUTS. Northil v.-South. Second innings. A iemarkable game. One for 9-things looked hopeful. Four for 2s.5--things look the other way. Nine for 277-things regained theirnormal condition. North's chance ' not too stinkun." -North Ilayers must have been greasing their hiils with " aid-on's" bl ed. -- - The catching was something to nswear by -or at. Who was the "merchant" who was tn doubt how he was going to " pan out" the a?teroonn Went across to South expecting to see it all over in a couple of hours. -Wecll, pnrlmbly it woult have ben, had the chasnes been taken at. the start. McClelland, thinking discretion the better lart of valor, andl a "stiff" finger an in deplorable adjunct for the remainder of his days, gave Giller his first start. anam Morris, when had scored 2, popped one fair into Hilly Carlton's hands, and out it poppedl sgaiu. Eitrylbody's sympathies were with Jack Carlton, as he was bowling quite up to form, nearly all the chances being missed off him. North's fiel...

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WEST MELBOURNE LINE. BROWN BAND BY DAY. CLEAR LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

WEST: AIfELBOURNE LINE.:; BROWN BAND IYu DAY°.,. CLELU LIGHT :':tt?.:; :,"" iiAT. WI1'T: F t-Ciciravs ,euceiisberry-sireet We\k Day3 at G.1J) n aum.;'t udaya§ ut 1ist Car"'leavcs 1 lindars stree Veek.i Daystat 6.3o, a . ax bundays~sa 2.5'jx;ii.. -. ! 'Last Cn'leavc3 Queensberr3 xtreet' Webktliiys at '11.1 t n aturdajsG at 1i.411 p.m. ;'Suud.itj ut '11.1 o u p Last (Uar leaves" J'lizders-strect \Veek',Pays; at d1l 30 p~m. ; Saturdays at 12 p.m.; Sundnays at 10 d p m. Connction . -ade:' at Queeusberry street with Norihf.AMdbourne itui asLine, Itaud.transfors usade ii thout e'dra charge.

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NORTH 2ND v. SOUTH 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

NORTH 2ND v. SOUTH 2ND. Tins match was coicluded last Saturday on the North ground, and resulted in a win for the hoome team by 188 runs. Rnndle carried his score to 10o, when he was caught, and Kinane batted well for 47, the innings closing for 219. This left the South 315 to win, but they only succeeded in making 126, of which Barry 3Sr, Dean 31, McDonnell 15, and Watson 10 (not out), were the principal contributors. Saunders, Gar land, Rundlie, and Molyneux did the bowling in the second innings. -- The following are the scores: NonRTH McELBOURNE. First inuings... ... ... ... 133 Second Innings. H. Rundle, c. b Tulloch ... 101 W. ltan, b Deane ... ... 0 It. Mling, b Aughtie ... 3 W. Molyneaux. run out .. 8 T. Clucas, 1b Quinn . .. 0 J. Lee, b Quinn .. . ... 4 J. Garland, b Tulloch ... ... 23 - White. b McDonnell ... 10 J. Saunders, c, b Aughtie ... 10 J. Kinane, c, b Watson ... 47 E. Launder, not out' ... ... 0 Sundries... ... ... 10 Total ... ... 210 Bowling Analysis :-Aughtie, 2...

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THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XXIII. THE NAME ON THE HANDKERCHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

THE NOVELIST17. TIHE &Manager'sPFavorite: The's raiedy of Carirnlcyl hr Sores. i --' ! -- ,,; A 'STORY OF THE STAGE, .v.:: i HIIAPTER XXHIl. ' " Aer os', Tno rA ntene.cntP.r. `"'Eiphrosyncset herself to work to ascerrlin all thatis old' be possibly learned of the cir cuuetinces.whieho had attended the arrival of the manager's favorite in the city. !-y- dint-of- a-geeat denL-of eaxbrtionabh found'out that the' young girl had first been domiei'ed at Mrs. Tracy's, and she had an interview. with the worthy landlady which cost her twice what she had expected it whnld, a?d left her very little wiser than it I found her.d ' ' Not thatbsire. Tracy was onwmiling to tell what she knew, but hoe positively knew no. thing., Ethel had given an assumed name piben site cace toI Mrs. Tiany'e, for even then'the hd dreasded pursuit, and though ab??krew:littla of the worldn' ways the krew. enough.to cause her to nundarstand that she ie ild be more irc'ie from discovery inuder a _e.:.:t? ," ti r...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents. MINIMUM WAGE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. le' do not hold ourrselcs responsible for the opinioin of our Correslpundents. MINIMUM WAGE. (To the Editor.) St,--The following appeared in the Age of the 17th inst.: "TIIE lTINIatUa WAGE.-Cr Fogarty, at the Sorth Melbourne council last night, ex pressed himself as being inclined to give em ployment atan "increase"'of the City Coun cil's minimum wage of 3/8 per day. Cr Wadick said that nothing less than r'/- per day would prevent fair mindole people from doing justice to labor. It would be a rob bery of the laborer's wage were it less. As one of the largest contractors in the city he had always paid a fair wage, and always got good value for it. (Applause.) The motion that the contract system for scavenging the town and supply of horsehire and cartage be adopted was carrled, with a proviso that the minimum rate-of wage ?-paid "- - - This sounds very well and looks allright in print, but it is the ipraeticalapplicationthat_ makes the difference to tho workers. The " ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

SALE IIY .A?:TION.--P. IN. ,Jenkins will sell on Monday next, :23rd Novem ber, at 11 a.m., on the premises, Curran st., North Melbourne, double fronted Brick Villa, containing 7 rooms, known as "Curran Villa," on land 33 x 165. Alao, household furniture and effects. ANGLING NOTES. Fishing Tackle. 31?esrs W. BARTLCET & SONS. Abbey Mills, Ralditch, have been awarded First Prize against all competitora at the Kiel Inter national E.xhbition, for Hooks, Itods, and general Fishing Tackle. Large assortment. THE ANGLERiS' DEPOT CROlM?WEL. BUZILDINGS, 364 Bourke-st., Melbourne. CAMP HOTEL, i&erribee. Good Accommdnlation for FISHING antl SIooTING Pa'.tnriei. Vehicles on Hire for FISHING, SHOOTING, and PICNIC PARTIEs. Best Brands of WINES and aPIRITs kept. -BIL."rLeTAsTL- - liost -Cards attended to W. BALFOUR, Prolprietor. STRAND HOTEL, Corner North.Road and Straud, NEWPORT, Opposite Punt. Convenient to Boat Sheds. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. Piano, c. " Good Accomod...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries Lindll scud in their Resulits nt later than T2esday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please ylace samei in Editor's . ox. By MY nII.ox. NORTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. "Tue play's the thing." This is playing Shakespeare sotmewhat low down, but anything is excusable in modern journalism. Well, tie play was certainly the thing at Sounth" Melbourne last Saturday, when the above match was resumed, especially the play of Giller, who put on the splendid score of 107 before being disposed of. Where the play was not the thing, was the inex'lusable butter-fingeriug showni by a numbler oL _the N~ihern _ fieldsmen. Chance afrer chance was missed in a anner totally inexplicable, the result being that witlhin half-ant-hnur of drawing stumtps, the telegraph showed that South had four wickets down for 250 runs. But here once again the versan:ile Richard again asserted hlimself. Going on at one end with an armn more fitted to be enclosed in splints, sending down bills t...

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HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. ST. Michael's Branch of the above Society held its usual fortnightly meeting on Tuesday evening, 17th November, in St. Mary's schoolroom, Victoria-street. The President, Bro. t1. I. McNamnra, occu pied the chair. There was a large atten dance of members. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. The secretary, Bro. D. Griffin, then read coarrespondence from? the Bendigo and Warrnantbool branches, having reference ton--umcnlbers; from-Mr. Tepoo IIHal, tasser, staling his terms relating to attendance on mlembers of the II.A.C.B.S; from the Manager of Hibernian Fete Conmtittee, in reference to the Art Union in progress in aid of St. Patrick's Cathedral: also from the Executive, in respect of the H.A C.B.S. scholarship; and from the C.Y.3M.S., re tlle holding of a combined smoke-night. The new code of laws was submitted to a sub-,contittee to deal with. Various committees were appointed to draw up a syllabus for the co...

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NTH. MELB. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896

NTH. MELB. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL AN NIVERSA RY. TInE 43rd anni. r'-rv in connection with the-above was '_c _atedsnn Sunday.last by two sermor.s-nmrnang and cevening -and a floral service in the afternoon. The sermon in the morning was preached to a crowded congregation by the Rev. J. Watsfurd, the pioneer of Victorian Metlhodism. The venerable preacher delivered an address to parents and children of a practical nature regard ing their mutual duties. , He explained to the children that if they walked-in the right paths great possibilities would be reached by thlose paths, and instrnced different younths who by means of a boy Indel of self-help; and self-control had risen to a manhood of honor and ifame. The presentation of Samuel in the Temple to the service of the Lord tatughlt these, things, and as he grew in favor with Godtand tman--like Christ-so the young people present that day could: do. Mr Watsford ailul el to the work of the teachers in motnbling character, which was a grea...

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