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EXTRAORDINARY NAUTICAL ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

:ETRAORIDINAIY NAUTICAL; ADVENgURE. :fhea Baltimorse)?mericanl gvees anmacdnoint ofPaul Boyton, a Baltimore man, described a a well-known diver, engaged on. the: Atlantic coast for the protection of atthece kI ie and his assietanitsrear Merrinan's ilife I eaving,muita ans an in.flatrtibbe5 life cost thel invention' f Boylon, which, though only eight feet by fl in isize' aid weighlhig buh: 201bs., is claimed to be capable of easily untainlong twenty persons of the average wireght -Th r ier Ntt or.armourl t also of a peculir ~pattern, containing on paitmentswhich, when inflated, are able to fleat over 300l1?s. Tloe1auit ,ons tef panta. looa h"nd' boot" , and 'jacket a id ood attaohed, Seven small tubes with enoath pieces aree.onoeptedtwit the air chambers in different parts othe dress. The hod, as it becomes inflated, is drawn tightly iver the face, leaving only the' eyes, ?se, rnd mopth v'iible, and making a perfectair pillow fpr the ead, which. is not~only acm. constantly s?h?'e the...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Advertiser
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THE ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

THE ODDFELLOWS. :The Collingedood and.South Melbourne districts ofthe Manohester Unity Inde pondent Order of Oddfellorrs held their grand annual gala on Saturday, in" the Friendly Societies' Gardens; There were between eight and nine thousand people on the ground, and thoeproceedings were ,conducted in a well ordered manner. The amuseiuients were as various, as they were nunnierons.' A larjo rotunda,; with a boarded floor, .was.erected for persons fond of dancing~. An oeroilent string bad. was engaged, and a duly appointed M.C. pre sided,,over* the dancing. There- were piggorperformances,aerobatio feats, merry. go rounds, aunt Sally, cameraobscura, foot races, aqualiosaports kiss inthe ring, &c., &c. GA very good, band 'playedlin the centre of the ground, Tho.receipts taken at the gates were as large as any realised on former occasions. * .

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TRADE MORALITY. (Manchester Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

, TRAAEL MORALITY.`, , `1 Monckefer iusening News). - The Bishop of Manchester is a master of othe art ot castigation.: When in a distant period of tbe future it is proposed to honor Dr. Fraser's'memory by a stamled glass win. dow in the new cathedral; the -designer who coosulted artistio truth will depict the sub. ) et of the` hypotheosia with ' scourge in one hand and a newspaper in.the other. It was only the other day that his lordship applied the lash to a firm of builders whom a care. less clocrk of the works had permitted to "scampai the -work, and use improper `materlals. Soon after, the "rchb young meat' who play billiards and ride to hounds instead of devoting their money to the seor vice of-the:poor came in for a flagellation. With equal hand the Bishop flogs all sorts :aoidcolditidne of erring people. He no more :cxeipts the visitors at Blackpool, 'whose .8unday, dinneris cooked aath-the expense bf theover-workedeervants' spiritualwelfare ihashe doos the Manchester manufa...

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TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

TOWN HALL. Mr. David Miranda announces a grand vocal and .instrumental operatio and ballad concert for Saturday evening. The .best'talent is engaged, and the programme is varied and entertaining. Mr. Miranda's concerts have always been most enjoy able treats, and?o doubt the forthcoming one will prova~eo exception to the general rta i

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CHEVALIER BLONDIN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

"C HEVALiER BLONDIN. Blondia's "million" performances at reduced, rates are drawing an :immenhse attendance: From ten to twelve thousand people~-isit his evening's entertainments. and' the. performance of the professor appears to give unbounded satisfaction to all who go to see him.

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CALEDONIAN GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

SCAL DONIAN GATHERING.. h Tli'aniiual gathering of Oaledonians on the St. Andrew'r ground, Emerald, Hill, was'attended by about i400) spectators, The processioa ofthose intendinglto take Ipart in; the 'gathering. was. formed: in Sw st.?i itreet in. the morning, and then Sbstart ,was madeifor the grounds, the? route.takena being through' the principal streets; .At ?-Emerald Hill there were aba?dant-means for enjoyment both with. in and without the arena. Inside, the programme'of sports waseso long that the interest was kept up till the close of the day.

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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

COnhisti Day and Boring Day [ho progrimine of\ amusements provide -for pleasure sockg weror boshl.nlmorous pnfiui diversified. Ttno'4A ot'..Csailenists Lravolled.on-t"in ailwalyshiilo_ in Mel-, bontie ` pie ics `to the Cliff, Sunpper Point an& ~Sorrento, were very nino. rouo.

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THE PAVEMENT QUESTION NOT SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

THE PAVEMENT QUESTION NOT S ETTLED. sir--I observe in your issue of the 24th inst. a something, that is in reality no thing, with regard to the discussion of the Hotham Council.:. The writer ought to feel ashamed oven to 'think in the a?tions-and?treatmeit hWe has nieted out to some portions of, theob rough.: Asamed did I say Did the writer of" Facts" ever know or feel what itis to be ashamed or what it neans P It'appears that -what"is required to mak- him feel ashamed would mauke flfty'mben' run :eleant out-., othe .country.' With rof rence toMr. Gidney's caseat the Supreme Court; I hold that the writer of" Facts'tis purely responsible to the ratepayers-for 'the expvnses of the said case; but it is not finished,; nd whenit is let Laurens and Co. boar:in mind thereis a'day of reckoning in,store for the benefit of tlr. r'l'payerai, whom Laurens and Co. wish to make it appear that they, have the rat payers' interest so much at heart. '" F?ts' seems- to lay great stR;css suon the part ...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

SLetters to :the Editor. 6 Correspoulenls would oblige us, and save thehmselves disappointmenit and annoyance, by sending in their contributions before Thursday. , Corresipondence and paM'graphsof loca interest hindly furnished by readers should be written on one side of the paper, only, and be forwarded as early in the iceeh. as possible; addressed to the " Editoa.; tAll letters mustbe accompanied by the rea uname and address of the writer--not for publication, but as a guarantee of gdood faith. iThe Editor does not idenify himself (ith the opinionof correspopdents,nor undertae to return or hold himself responsible forthe safety of iny communication.:

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THOSE CHRISTMAS BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

THOSE OCRISTMABS BELLS. -.-L SOne of the, prettiest legends connected With belle in this empire is that of the bells of LimerickL., I is said tbhee bells were brought from Italy,ý where they ab4 been mauufetftred. by a, youongj qetil; and finishbd after the toil, of many years, an4 that he was naturally proud of hi work. "They were ubeequently :prchased by the prior of' necighbouring'oonveou$nand with the: proftes:of this sae the young Italian procured little"'villa, where he nad the pleasure of hearing the tlling qf his bell from, the convent clif, and af growing old in the bosom of domestic hap. pines. This, however, wuei ot to, son, tinue. In 'some of those broils, whether civil or foreigq, which: re the undying worm in the peace of a fallen land, the tood Italian was a 'sufferr amongB asy. .He lost his all, and .aftertlie 'ipaing 'of *the storm found himself'preserved Tone amid the wreck of fortone; friends, family, andhome. The convent in which, the elli,'the:chef/ r'd'eore of ...

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

THIE 6PERA HOUSE. SThe qeraHeixso ewas likewise well attetidM by , an ppreciative audience to witnes the pantomime written by MIr. Waslsb. ·

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DESERVING BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

DESERVINGBOYS, i 'We.like.boys :siho help theimelee. 'Every one ought to hbe friendly to'toem. 'The horys eouenorgy and ambition, who make a manly hffort to do something for.themselvss, are the oOpe'of the country. -Let their anxious ears catch always words of encouragement and theer, for auch'worde, like favoring breezes fo tile sails of a: ship, help to bear them orward tuothe deotina'ion theyseek. j- " 0-I i6i not always as it should be in this roe. pool. Manya heart has been broken-many a yonung man of industry, and animated by honoirable motiv?esl, bah bean discoouraged by the sour words "a the harsh and unjust re marks of some unteeling employer, or soms relative'whoehjuld haveaMted the part of a friend. . The unthinking do not consdder the weght with which such remarks sometimes' fall upon u'sesitive spirit, and' how they. may biruise and break It. - ..If you cannot do anything' to -aid, and assist young men, you ought to'abatain'from ,throwing obstaoles intheir-way. Rat can,...

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Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

S .?Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. This theatre rwas crowded on boxing night on.the ocasion of the first perform nce oflHumpty -Dupty,'or Harlequin, KIhg Arthur. .:

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A WIDOW ON WIDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

A WIDOW ON WIDOWS." 2: " I think it must be a. jolly . thing; to be a young widow 1" was the remark the thr-day in it - group of liughing irle. I think I remember saying iech a thing myself in m' itirlileh times. .Do you knbw, girls, what'it s rto~s ab. widw It is to be teoo tiines moro epen to comment and critiei?m than ani de n6iselle could possibly he. It is to have men guye as you pus, 'Bfrst a your laock dras and then at your widow's cap, until your ieniitive "'inerves quiver under the,.inflction. -It -is to havew one ill-natured person ea?'" I oisdeir. how long she wilLwait before she marrie again ?' - and another answer., " Until she gets agood: chance, I suppose." It id now and then to meet the glance of real sympathy, generally from the poorest and thumbleet:womanyyou meet, and feel your oyes'~lll it tho'token, so rare ttsetit ii ealA?, unlo6ketld fcr It is to have your dear. fashionable friends console you after the following fashion:--" Oh, well, it is a dreadful loss. WV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

Ito-' bis nimeeoa o._, _ Bhi STREmET o a..mma..~a~NearuEo ah.-ebloor-p f-iovta i _ 'U.0Jr (4.oid ntosda _._ ._h QpBING SAME-ON RATURDA NO= a a-.A t3*µ :VBMBEI21,:21, _ e i3 dan,,,,,L~idtkrbs earntoh aao[ the Ia~elet ooUleotfo o ; _ tIttr>lwrsa S nesBC)ONDRA BOOKS luh et ,*eof'f s '1 cn?,i I, sae"'s . ;i AUSTRALUAN COLONIES; I - s.s ,ooa.AW Ipethkt.Quoits an ap'. ci 232BOuXffS Ei'BEAT4~v ASI'IL'.LTAN UI4EtAL XANUL. FPATQjINt CO.I i ý'ýbwi~aiewtbe~rada Lkh _ attaa~it~aii----- ..-ý 1mhm _13T~IF C ·Mt ~~"{ 3lta ly oi, ·i., :.j ". .i sOrnWiStý L3"BUk(W7K ..-o so*WUii oMO: i ~3 fti "~:.flO T :"IIOrr~:~?I C. `k ,LSOI~ -t 3'r ___________ IS Ao-U tif 6.Ytios wat. of aI Nte it, Hate~ DBnets ` Feathers, so .It v wr=ornaments,&c.j 4t"-~r -> 411 W 6" 0mCild4na JhIS HRa, of b t DRESES DB88S ! 61 gp epw t E.C.B wuld soil ss.. I SUAW_"J AXTiiI¶5. S AU, m4a aUttes for thp t -ta .m&idlithe {Novelties. U-atlmI sfothing Departmetli USUSS. 'Aes wtarte ee af ý1.ýLB~jTINE~t=SPEOQIAL ...

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Borough Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 23RD DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

BoroughIOounclB :. SBRUNSW CSg !COUN?IL.i :: WDNasnDrT. Wao ]UsoanBER. ipresent--His worship the Mayor .and The `inward corroepondence was not of, an important character. '. `' A letter was received .from John Thomas, a contractOr, of. Grattanstreet; Csrlaton. making serious charges against; one of tho members of the council. It was resalvil to write to [Mr. Thomas arging- him' as'Ta = iatter 6f! fairi?plY to name the individ?al refoeried to. One from the hon. socretarybf theoweights And mcoa}ros union committee, strti: that the ] itzroy Council would provide a room at 50s rontal peradhami, prqviding thme `qt pf'fltting up senie o'lbo' paid out of 'the union funds. Five tondors woerd redoivdd for theo ease of the toll;gatoes for thd en suing twelve months, and after a long dil cusSlon as to the o.advisability or otherwis, -?--?..:nn intoa agroemeai for 0' long, etate-of ;tshe lsw, it` was jls4ed to o and accept fior tlhetwelo.monuths, subj to praoiviosi gjPingthhEcOincibpower anyeat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

,_:..... I?k&ctioneerp. i::Yr.TEAMN~.tAHOT-lCo., ::o, 1V.OT1QNEERS AND GENERAL COM*t SMISSION AGENTS, ::- - 70 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. J. F. E N ,O. LD,-. U-TTION?1t- `i-AN D MONEY (Cernor of Rathdown etreo, Catlton,a a ad,.t [OUSE, LAND,. &StiTRji d-INSURANO? r Money advraoed on deposl of 'Deed of ione.e, Landed Troperty. &e., without.any delay, in sums fromn :taZ00'OOifor a few months, or for term of years LO\WSTJ. CURREN'I RATES. k Mnotjagnn rneeaaed. . All buhinelaastriotly oonfidentlal. AiUCIONEER. HOUSE ;LANDI- AND A- INSURANCE AGEIST, - HOTEL ANDiMONEY BROKERI, No. 11:'; IADELINE STREET," No, 11. Sales by Anotion of Land, House Property, Herohandier, Fortiture,. &o., oonduotod at his rooma or on the premises, ?na per agree. minte. ,:. ...... - S ente oolleoted: - All u' bun trlatlyoonfidentlal. - - Abgents, etc. JoHN 'dCrotiMN & CO. - Corneor of . DRUMMONDI & E.l1N ESTIEETS, PROPERTY EXCEIAN(E.. _LAND MART. "Money adlvanod on F...

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

* t frwicket. The Coburg United will play the 2nd! eleren of the Mechanics at Coburgtifh'en the latterlare` requested to meet (f tthe: Junction Holel at a quarteir 'to one'p.m.,: twhen they will be representebo? the fol. !lowing-'-tDusteed, Carlisle (viicecat.,)' Dear, Houre; Hughes, House. Mainsfield. Marshil, ?,Stuehberry, e Scott, Skinner, Wilson (sec.) oVeate (capt.) 2 The Hotham NoIerialtwll weii . the Hothamn: United i n- i' :th - te R al Park at 3'olock. b The olloiring an arfrelprnto the latter :-Wilby, Bickfords (3), Piere, Cazzer, Clucas Mo? aster .urae s, Lee, 'Gregory Hobson, andicIfory -h ore A match- was played on Christmas Day between the Northern and ; the, Hetham United aind resulted in an easy' "victory. for the former by one innings and,26 'uns to.spare.--" The Northern won' the'"toes and decided'to send th'e"United to the wickets; but they could not'stand aieainst the excellent bowlihag of Cooley? cldM.= Duncan. "After a very short iniungs the were all disposed o...

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REVIEW OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

REVIEWV OF TrE WEELK._. . SirGoorig has dopartod, And tlhoro has been no weoping. Evrasrything was con ductedin tho most pleasant manner. Air Mayor of Melbourno coipiineontod tleo governor, while" the latter, flnotionary used his smooth tongue in praising ovary thing Victorian.. Truly all- his spoohify in ias a complete farco. Whynot lot tho chiof of the state depad ii cia, :r im bt iWpiallsome flattery "i;i. Ssmmosn. understanding andsi him PitlfaBli~ poosession of ovey ina~;?ble i rtuoi'iinder the sun. P'anglf ondud.isdeserving of grave eosna-rq, |-Tho'llristmas holidays, nbotwithl?k?d ing'tho dull season just p tlsed;' ppoars haveo Boon-ijoyed in the most thlio;iagt mannor, not 0ny in Melbourne but all O!'t ithoecpantry."1 it?ris'a good ti6ri" to ato peopleunibodnd h littlo from ihe liarrassig onre of business and go in the "whole hog( for hoalthy -an use menbr -The only drawbaok;, in my opinion, to the obser. fated bf the annual festival, is the amount of,.lr.nkcnness.which prev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

S ied for 3 months, 3;p sr o pere -ali€ . Tin,,- Da B f- , " o oat . we- e~hltaous - ot 8u r" Io' N fd thiselan thedejais rcentalisgi ;ties o ?rt -dl o 1frOhn Ppoo . ag-l : I eDr for3 .mon 3:p orkd G RIrl , P 4 i Baenkt siw-"p, a. foll'wMana ger B rlucr ?z mon, ?er ma. ,o 1h, -Q..J aei. - hCanem r1 thi e? months, 3 peor cepsynth. Thajes oGave lowbaoeDd,% ohd ego A ntas.3?Ol E'a'l, and o?hrpa r T- HNAGiIN AOE T. H OF HA YstRl TIS daSRALI&N HARTERElBANK $e_-h--? as · hr dayfo of trhe-w;ek m al Deo w& Fi asie d <dforeits . g erl a rant. peanus fother 2mn ofn ths F? r s? moeass, 3 per c one I, ork Lwle mMah, 54 per 3oenot, h ieoet oeat ~ u cllrei trah "o*ths - M®d aeagr. ties of BdU Bd of Ech" o . .11 d1 . the sa i*s iFr"i.o .t rorent RIes'e Interest a llow e on ix Depoite at M &ir orla to .l i Bianko d iad . {ow r Kx. Fa r trr- monthe iL per mcent. v fod lonths, 5 per cet nt? p - JoNe Tn HROLOaEent., rnt.e C O- J BO Oh OOT m l th e oansare noea'n free...

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