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MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896
Mo "Q OvDEn O?F lCE. Office hours-1 na.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdaysA-10'l m. to noun. Payable in Victoria: ' . . Not exceeding £5 ... ... ..i . d' Above £o , butnotexcecd. 10, -' ls. ,, 'l6, .-, 'i „ .15 L 'ls: Gd. S£15, £ ,; ,, £2. 2s. P ayable in New Soutl"Wales, :South Australia, WesternuAkstrlia, Qucons ladid, Tasmania, and Nev'Zwalaud - 7" . - s. 3. ...11 otPayablexeedin Great Britain and0 Ireland, : , .M *...-r ... ?2 6 Payable in Great.Britain and ·Iroland, France, Canada, Capoe of Good'.Hope, Ceylon, China, Inidia, Japanp , M.l acao, Mauritius, United State, c.:-'.. S .' ' '. ". .'d, Not exceeding £2 .?, .1 ;.; ':" *!* ' :.';1 ; 0 Above £2, but nobt ciceed. £5t"i : :6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 '. . S£7, but nt 1 excced.? £10- 5' 0
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO . CIATION. THE fortnigh'ly meeting of the North Melbourne Branch was held in the Lodgeroom, Mechanics' Hall, on Thurs day evening, Nov. 12th. The Pre sident, Mr. Jas. Pickett, in the chair. In addition to the usual routine business, a letter was received from the Children's Hospital, asking for a donation towards endowing an A.N.A. cot. The sum of ,i was voted out of the funds, and reports on sick members were submitted. In addition, two new member--Messrs Macbeth and Illingwort'--were elected, and welcomed by Mr. G. Douglas, and and one proposalwas submitteul.. The attention of members was drawn by Mr. J. A. Scott to the fact that the time for obtaining elector's rights expired at the end of the present month. Messrs. Crosbie, Brennan and Watt were appointed to draw up a syllabus for the next half-year. Mr. A. H. Martin delivered a lecture on the subject of "Bi-metallism," which possesses a more than ordinary interest, in view of the recent U.S. Piesidental...
CHILDRENS' CHARITY BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896
CHILDRENS' CtIlAIITY BAZAAIR. TilE children atton ling the Misses Esdaile's Ladies' College, " Gracerere," West Melbourne, lheld a lazaar, concert, and fancy dancing display, in the Me cianics' Institute, Errol-street, on Satur day afternoon and evening. Tie stalls were nicely arranged, and a profuse and elegant display of articles of ornament and utility greeted the eye of the visitor. The bazaar was opened shortly after 3 p.m., by Mr. G. M. Prendergast, M.L.A., who expressed his pleasure at being present, and mentioned that the itnstitution the procerds were to go to the Children's Hospital-was a most de serving one, and it was fitting and pleas ing to see children in good health help ing their little companions in affliction and pain. He remembered his boyhood days, and the time of teaching and edu cation, and he believed much more could be efiected' ivith" children 'by. kindness than by punishment. The pupils of the -Misses IHsdaild d-ese rrgreeatredit for their unselfishness an...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896
P I OSTAL NOTES. 1" Postal Notes, from i"Is. t6 20s:," -may' be obtained at all Post Ofcee- l iu: are! only payable at any Money Orde't"O:lice' n': the Oolony;,froui 10 ;a:m. to 3 '.ii Saturdays, 10 a.m. to'nooi; ': Poundage under is. 6d. . ' . .. ,, ,, 20.Od. ... ... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N;S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, aid vice versa (on payment, the payee unst affix stamps equal to ponld:ge). Stamps of New South Wales, South Australiai, Great Britain, France, Ger mnany, Italy, and United, States,.; re:ob tainable at the General iPost Office, Melbourne, in quantities not :exceeding . at toii' time. A conimission will; be cl!argd 1f lid. on every odw:..iorth?of Englishnand Foreign stamps purchasel., andld:.oi' every lid. worth of - Interco loiial stamii : :
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896
.TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. 1 GnEEu BAND iY DAY. 'GnEEz LIGHT AT N5aITr." First Car leaves Fleuinigton jridbge' Weeki' Dlayfs at oa5 ai., in undays at 1.40 p.uti 1Firat Car lavc d" Futd r stret \Veek:Das ':it .7 i baud is atii': auds Last 'Car leaves Fleiiiington' Bridgec Veek Dai asa!t :11.?5.in aturdiys at 11.05 p.m.i; .nundiys at 10.10 p.in. 'Last" Car ldiaes ':Flihdcrs-street-. WeBk Ds sat 'J11.30 p:iii.i; Saiturdays at 12?:m: ; Sundays at 10..5 p.i.; aroe from F]iinderso treet to Flemiing ton lirildge 3d. :"Coniici:tion m'ade at Flemington Bridge with Moonee Ponids Oiiiilus Liie; . Throubghi Firo, 4d.' 'ransfers "allowed at Queeisberry-st., to West Melbouirne Line aniid rice rcrsn:
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 November 1896
:Telegramins received at any Telegraph O)ice addressed to any place s.itlii (the., city, town, &c., in whlich esudi lice is situated, and delivered free; withini a radius-of ?ne mile -witlia- a-radius-olf 1' ilesd, d exitra is charged. Urgent Telegrams charged double or Idinry iates,'and despatched in preference td bothers. To or from any. Station in Victoria. 8.30a.m ??p.3 , to 8 p.m. . 8 d. Nine words ... ... :, ... 0:: Extra words, each ... . 0 Afutr 8 p.m. to Ildniight. Ten uords . .0.. 20 Edvaey-addltional woad-,.. ..rd Midnight to 8.3 . :?:. . ;. Teni'ivords . . .. . . 8 0 Every. additional word .. . ... 0 3' SuNbis. Messages forwarded to ollikes open on Sundays, if dropped in the box provided for that purpose, at the Melbourne Office with fee enclosed. 8.30 a.m. to 0.30 p.m. 8. d. Ten Words ... . ... 2 0 Eitra words, each 0 2 Ten words . ...... Extra words, each 0. ... :. 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
·;·., MlontsYOnU~n:.0)MCFlE.: ; Ofliciooilrs 10 '.ti. t Ji, ,8ba turday' 10 ai.u. iti 3u10. Payabl in Victoria:--- ,;:, :d.:./ Not exceeding; £5 ... ,..'! . tK:dl:,) Above £5, butnotexceed.610 15 1 0: *,.£5 V£sn '0 2' -] SPayable in 1e" South Wales, ",ootl Australia', Weateri?Anatsrillia, Queen. laud, T¶ahiniiana nd: Nw7Zealaind Not excecding' 'p £2 .'"' ' 10 , 17 ...... Payabl in Great Britain and Irelad, F'rance, Canada,- Cape of Gjood Hope, Ceylln, China Inda,. Japan, Iacao, Mlauritoia, United Statea, c.?:-. Not e, cedin' £o 1, . 0: Above £2, butnoat exceed. £5: - 9 6 La ... eced. £7 3 7, but not e 'ceied £10 s li9
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
iOfln l ISEDOnBr Tow.N .Co~ncIL;: May-or, Mr TJ Barwi.e, J.P.! Eastern Wa~l--Mr:J. Garliier; IM~r \V'H."':Fuller, J.P.;1 Mr-J.:: Barise, !: Middloe Ward-Mr TIFo6gart, J.P.; Mr G. OCarter; MIr'D-Wadicki'?. " iWetecri Ward Mr J O. Steel, J.P.; iMr:J. 0 .: Petrieo; ?-Mr A. H. Beij.,nmiu.:: oaTnm Clerk; Mr iH J. Randitu l. late Collector, ·, -' idrn Mri; W" Kiherney. durveyor, Mr E. McIver.' IIealth lillicer, L)DrWiitaker. Inspestor, Mr'E. Magnus: Overseer of W'orka, Mr G. i'cni. o 'n
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
NORTH MELBOURTNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Novcomber 23. Before I)r.Lloyd (chlairman), and .Messrs. TWyli, anid 1Barwise, J.1l's. DRIUN IC. Michael Kiennedy, charged as above, was fined 5'- with I.- costs, or 48 hours. CIRUELTY TO ANI.ILS. Wint Callnnan was prcceded against for cruelly using a horse on the 17th by .;tt;n' hih for a o&lt;arter of all hotnr w'ith a whip, oier thheheld. Mr W: Fergio proseculed.. Constablc Xouigi deposed to wittes sing the defendannt's conduct in Moles worth-st., and said that when lhe inter fered defelcndant's brother man!e hlimself fbjectionable, and witness had to arrest hito and he was dealt with last week f6r assaulting the constable. Tlhere was no appearance of the dle fendant in thlis case. A little: boy named Johnni e Bri;ggs gave cnrroborati'e evidence. . , Defendant was fined 10- with 23-, costs, or 7 days. The Irsecuttilin was instaituted by the Society f,tr the Protecetion of AininalJs: INSUITIN(t IANGiUAGit. 'Ellen l),wlilg v Bridgct Fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
mazwa~x ac Go. .Have RETURNED to the OLD CORNER Lately Occupied by ElMAN & SONS. New and Secondlland Furniture SBOT.TG:F-1EET d? SOL.D. .Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, , i:And Bedding ~ainfactuers, - 325. V10CTORIA ST,, WEST MELBOURNE., Consult EKMAN & CO. if you Want to Buy or Sell.: GEORGE SI#MMODS, i SICT 'VROI.ESALE .BUTCHER'S SMALL GOODS MAJ,: OuURTNEY STi NORTH MIJELBOURNEl Sall Goods a Speciality. Country Orders punctually attended to. S.JOHN DALEY, Furnishing Undertaker & Embalmer,: •-Corner Latrobe and Spring Sts., Melbourne. : PUBLIC NOTICE.L .-A 0rumour haing been I 2ut i2nto circul:lini byh ilotensted lia tirie that thiold ..tablishd l Undertaking Utnsioas of Jol?i DaleyJ. of Latrtubtt antl Spring sts0. has changed hand.. it is hereby not tiil that the business is still carried on by the under- . signed, i.srepreoentaitive of.the family of the latelJoln_Dalcy. .. Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. (Sigoed), THO.IMAS DAI.EY. Funerals conducted to...
THURSDAY, NOV. 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
TunRSDAY,. Nox.20.... .. BeforeDr. Lloyd (cliairmainn), id Mesrs Wylie, Blindon, lnrwise, pind Fuller€ J.P8 Gustave Hutton was charged as above. He .hns.been.on remnind forao.r.anight, for medical treatment, and the gaol doctor said hIe was now fit to be dis charged He was sent about his business. .Bertha. Alice King.v Harry Frost, descertiz his illegitinath child. Corn plainant said she lived in North Mel bourne: and the child was born on the 29th August. lThe parties had kept company for some time. The defendant practically admitted the paternity. There was no appearance of the defendanrit. A sister of the complainant said she hlnd seen complainant nod defendiint out together. Iie admitted to witness that hlie had been intimate with cotm plainant. Thel Bench ncmade-an-order-forr-8- a weelk, defendant to. be bound in one, surety of .30, andi be bound himself in like amount. Hlie insn alson ordered to liay e2 2 iosto. .UIEISTEI?iE)o iDi sE i Na i Ellen Jackson was chlarged sitli bei...
THE BUNTINE WILL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
THE ?UsTISe 11II.L CASE.-Tlhis cauoe celebre whilch has occupied the at tention of the Supreme Court recently, -has a !oc..a elemntn. n-i-o.as-regard.-the. death and burial of the testator: the ]atterof which_ took place on Friday, 14th August, and was muentioned in tlhe ConlEr of thile 2lst. Deceased was buried in the Melbourne Cemetery ac cording to Salvation Army ritual-the service at the grave being conducted by "Colonel" Kilby, of the "Ihead quarters." The band and many tmembers of the Army were present, and Ilthe former played selections. It is stated in our issue of thie ablove date that "M3r. Buntine was not a 'soldier' of thIe S.A., but in great sytmipathy with its work.'"
NORTH MELBOURNE BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
NORTH MrELBOaURNE BOAIRD OF ADVICE. Tire first meeting of the above newlyi elected body was held in tihe Queens berry-street State. Schlol, on Friday evening. 'The members present were: Cr. Petrie, and Messrs. Žicol, I)avid son, 'Tregear, IIeyward, Smith, nond Scott--the three last-nnamed ntaking their seats for tle first time. Several niembers of the board expressed their gratifieation at representatives of the l:cal press being present, and hloped they would continue to attend, andt give publicity to the doings of tihe 1 arld. Contrary to the usual custom a tempo rary chairnman was not elected to preside over the meeting. Tie Blnard proceeded to elect one for the twelve months. Tlhus an aimless, and, at times, sliglhtly heated discussion was thI result, and the ludlicrous spectacle of one miember call ilg anotlhler to order, anti being in tCin treated in the samte manner, wans wit nessed, cauteilng no, small amouno t of tnerriunent. Thie cause of tlhis display rwas ithe suppo-ed s...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
CYCLING NOTES. r" IlaEcWOL. TIE St. Kilda C.C. have received the Leagne's sanction for a meeting on DIe cember 19th. The Iprincipal event is to Ibe a £150 matcht between Martin and 'Parsons. It remlins to be seen whether Parsons will do !ere what he studiously avoided attempting in England-meet ing the best man on level tenrms. A r;cing machine, fitted with .the Simpson lever chain is now on view in thie city. The racing board !have requested the referee of the Scott-Morton road race to deal with the protest against Carpenter at once. It is hinted that trade influ ence wavsthe cause of the unseeamly delay. The board have also undertaken to sub mnit a system of class racing. and a new code.ot racingrules by December 10th. Bontli are: sadly wanted. The Exhibition Trustees ltae at last decided to improve.thle track. Tlhe re quisite banking will be obtained by cut ting the inner surface to a depth of 2ft. Gin. The engineers of the Leagte, and those of thIe trustees, approve of the plans...