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

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REVIEW OF THE CRICKET SEASON OF 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

REVIEW OF THECRICKET SEA- * r .i SON OF ?1874. i b kTk ';a: whole, tfio season just at s sW ayhas been a most successful 'one. The greats or, firstclass 'matches, as they are v t' 'called;, have shown us criekrt of a high order. ' Tho-gimes at Lord's and. the Oval-between the Gentlemen ard Players weir muchtmore t evenly'conteated than has been the case for many years '-pat '-ahd 4t last the profes t d'sionelsafiave?been able to stem ,he tider Swhichso long ?ki agkinst thei wbywisnong one of the matches; though perhaps on more, than one occasion a stronger team of ama 3 tours than wao actnally the case might have - been brought into the field.' In tht antogo nism between North and' South there has fbeen little to chose actually between the rival elevens ; buhot it is evident the South is stronger in batting, and the North in bowl e ing. As a matter of dry figures the respltt f are as` follows in referenco to the games ,t played Between the nine prominent cr eket ingcounnties;- . Der...

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THE SITE OF CALVARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

"THE SITE OF CALVAR. n : In the case of the Holy Sepulchre, the traditions are, worth nothing :.what ever. At the time when Helena, the rliotlier,'of Constantine, made .her pil, gninigo to the Holy Land in. the year 326: of our era, there were few trust worthy oileans of informstidd in regard to the history or topiography '? the ancient city.,: It is not even certain that the churches ascribed to her were built by her order, and if they ,were they were'imooe' likely" to hivea been mere memorials of the events-(whose names they bear than 'to mark the Qpqts where these events took place. ;At all events, it is-impossible that the site of Calvary should have ):een the place now occu pied ;by. the .Holy Sepulchre. The accounts of the Crucifiion giyen by the Evangelist: clearly require several con 4itionser eThe place?'was without the wa.ll 'of Jerusalem; in ithe immediate vicinity of. the .city ; it was known as the placepof'.the Skull ;-by a' leading thorofghfare; conspicuops from a die...

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A DRUIDS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

A DRUIDS' PIONIO. A piqi. rof. the mystic .brethron seoms a singularlf inappropriate cole bration. The'ideo of veneration which we attach to the person of. a, Druid, inspired, doubtless, by his unusually long gtoate and beard, is somehow not at all cphaonant= wPjthracing; tilting at thlo ngsaid$ainpinpg ji hack , Andi whLn you come to.~addto this a siamose t a lasdies'. =ace a maiden aceani? ti??a it match one wonder iwtli '~e the of the oak intend ' draw the lin Yet, .thesedn~i ngruitete s have ebeen ijieased recently at Runny ede;? near lhdhurst,'where the Druidl and their fBnds have beeti'disporti g o the turA s it wine Christmas toe thposy ohaidered that they,had a icense to subvert all. our pre.oncep tilon et myetery;and'r?eeration ate bing to their craft; and!torindulge iranother pantomime transformation,-keY seem however to thave .worked hrd in en }de~aoiing' to6 enjoy themos. es under -somewhat disadvantageou~rcircumstanf ces. Notwithstanding tblpriog?ostica tion. of cold we...

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CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS. (Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

"/ C -,":7eHRI STMAS .CUSTOMS.9 ', " /'"' v'· "(Quer)' '7 K. '-- ' O nobility no.: longr.. keep' their "'iBearward, like any other servant- of the establishment'; paying him, his annua guerdon i of tweuty shillings;'as did the :fifth Earl of Northi`mberland, when heI the Bearward,"" coniyth' to my'Lorde in . Christmas, with his Lordahippes bdests 'for imaking of, his L6rdschipi pastyme ;vthe. said twelve dayes." -; TheI' "'fool plPugh "-" fond"!- or "jwhite plouh ". also-wherein :: mumming" sword dian Scers, mostly in white shrtb,'witli'ribbons ','folded into. roses and, tcked profusely a.bout theemn fdragged about: a ..plough w,'ith music, and- got :largesse for their S"painshas gone :'wit the ' bear aiting ; Sind thesaword 'dances is unbw ilegited ailmosa wholly.to nimble-footed High iA .landers: "The Yule' 16g,"or, clog,;oblock ."(fod it has all these names) _.-sjaa til be r: alen; if. not qiite, of suicti 'dimernsion as thlt by. hihk Captain..Hosier 4 er,'oti,"Haghtih 6iid Abby....

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NEW MODE OF BURIAL. STARTLING INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 1 January 1875

5 -"-'- - '- i" - . NEW MODE OF BURIL= A --L - STRTIN'rNGiNNOVAT10N. ( Graveyards existing 'int'thie midst of ofhickly populated districte.hive bIeen, pronouTiced by eanitarians the world over a;.aourde of disease,- aid hence -a standingmenace; to 'the people in their vicipiity. In many:of the-cities of :En: rope;:where burying-grounds within- the corporate limits 'are much morp C?mmon than in the newer townsa of: our o~wn couintry, the'effect of the promulgation: of ,t~hei above -knowledge has beepj -wholesale'-trebaRl pf "the dead to new cemeteries situated far/in the suburbs. This proceeding has resulted in a-largely1 increasdd outlay necessary .to defray the, expenses of a procession and more ex tensive paraphernalia; while in 'omai ,Catholic odntries; where it is customary for mourners to. follow the body to the grave bareheaded/ it has caiised much personal :inconvenience, owing to the" length of the -journey iin inclemnent weather, Accordingly, variodnuschemes' hzveSbepnaugge...

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FOUR CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

FOITI?t-CL ILDItEN UIRNT TO DIEATIf. A D~\e.l Roub rlton, liviug at Duak struot, Pailoyv, 1ivsiii acauair l to go on no orrnd one mnorninl, loft her tour children, tho clc'ost of v hati in aidxy, ar- old, in toil, ned it iu Aopposen tiat diring her absnuro onu'of th-ni plavd ?ith at tcheso or lighted pap r, nnd uot thlu uhtd elon tte, for on her return aho discovired the rcon, In a bhore, and tto of her ohildroa burnt to death, tho cther two rlying hvritlyy f!or.

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A WATERSPOUT IN SURREY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

A WVATEBSrOtOUT IN SURRIEY A waterspout was observed nearCaterham a few days ago. I'firast appeared as a largo dark cloud, gradually inorooaiog in. density until it was almrat b!aok. It then changed its foamTfrom thrit of a bank of cumulus to that of a funnel with the narrow ond down. wards. This narrow end fad a waving mo tion baokwards and forvrdd; and immodi atoly afterwards corilmoceed a disohargo of a delugo of rain, wldehl lsated for perhaps ten minutes; and was aecompanied by aloud roaring noise, distinotly audible at upwardo of- a mile distarnso. The asot whose this occurred fleon the side of a lhlll, whioh .for 100 yards distaneo has since boer founuL to be deeply soamed with numerous chanuola ut by the rush of walrr, the riad below beinlg ooverbc by a deposit sit or soven in.o olers deep of the soil washed down over it. After apondiigits violnoce at'th~s spot the 1l udne ovdd slowly;:ffn(at or:bhorlydirhbtion, rod several fresh rurtlos waro foamed in it before it was final...

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AN ACTRESS'S MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

AN AC tRBESS'S MARRIAGESETLEMENT. At the Lambeth County Court on Oct. 20 two in-erpleader issnes were tried'to test the validity of a marriago settlument executed by the defendant, lr. Roland Gdcon Israel B3arLo:t, of Gronada-lodge, Stockwell.park-road, in favor of Miss Nelly PJwor, the well known actress, on his mar. riage with her a few nmonths ago. Mr. Godfrey, a hairdresser in FPlham road, and Mr. Harwood, a flour factor of Canterbury road, Kilburn, had each obtained a judgment in the Brompton County CJurt; by virtue of which execution had been issued against Mr Barnett'a goods. As Mr. Barnet, resided in the Lambeth district the warrants had been executed by the ofeicers of the Lambeth Court, Mr. Godfroy's warrant being for £23 and Mr. Harwood's for £45 10s. When tlhe goods were sezeod the trustee under the marriagenettleaeout paid the mnmey under protest. The p:operty included a lbrougham and a pair of horses, which were roize d among other articles Mr. Unrnott was called to au...

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TERRIBLE POACHING AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

TERIRIBLE POACHING AFFRAY. " A report from Hereford states that. on Ootober 24, the keepers and watchers upon Foaloy, the estate of'the Rev. AMr. Daven. part, moe an armed band of poachers just as they were leaving the preserves with their booty of hares and pheasants. Preeoe, the head.keep-r, called upon the poachers to stabnd ond delivor up thoeir game, which they refused-todr, and commenced throwing saones at the hoepera. Too latter thou closed, upon which the puachers pointed lowling pieces at the brosts of their oppo nents. Preece beiegdottrmined, i! possible, to effoet a capture, oloced upon them, but he wasahotin the olb w, and another keeper received a charge iu his knees. Proece being armed, thereupon shot in bhe head of theo poacher who fired the first gun, and he fol, but wra rescoued by his comrades from the keeopers. A reular fight enaued, during which tno poacher fired seven shots. The poacher who was shoat was, whilst supported by his fullow-poaohorr, knocked down by ...

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A CLERGYMAN FINED FOR FLOGGING A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

A UOLERI YMAN FINED FOR FLOGG. ING A BOY. At .the.'Kiogstono on . Thames .-Police. court, on October 14, ithe Rev. Arthur Corn. ford, viocr.designato of St. Paul's, Norbiton, was ismmoned for' assaulting a boy seven years of ago. The defendant, whois taking cemporary charge of the national schools in coohection with his church in the absence of the master, did not appear. The mother of the child aid that she found her boy very much bruised about the thighs and back. She went to toe defendant and remonstrated with him. IH said he did not think he had done more than the rules of the sonool allowed. The boy was inattentive in school, and, the delondant added, it the child mis. behaved again in a similar manuer, he should to the same again. ' The magistrato who granted the snmmons said that there were marks of at least forty strokes on the boy's body. The magistrates sent for the dtfen dant, who admitted the troth of what Mrs. Dingwell had asid, and repeated the state ment that he would...

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POST OFFICE ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

POST OFFICE ROBBERY. A Mr. Carr, residing In Hotbam, had occasion to post a letter, some eight or ten days ago, containiniog a cheque for three guineas, to a fair lady in Sandridge of.the name of Greonway. It went astray, never arriving at its destination. Information was given to the polioo, and it was soon discovered that it had come into the posses. sion of the bank on which it was drawn, though being passed in with the account of a publican resalding at roadmeadowe. On Monday the wife of the pub'ican held an inspectien of the post office employes under the guidance of Detective Black, when she at once recognised a letter carrier named Henry Riley as the person from whom she on-? n d~p : e prisohner fiadi d nltei-ii e guilt to Detectivo Black. He abstracted the cheque and then throw the letter and its ouvrlono over the railway fence at North Snndridge. The prisoner was remanded for seven days, bail being refused.

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British and Foreign. ALLEGED BRUTALITY TO A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

SBritish and Foreign. ALLEGED BRUTALITY TO A CHILD. Augin?ta QGmmano, n young'needlewoman living at Putnoy, has botn ohargod at Wands. worth Polloe.ourt on euodicion of havion cauect the death of Tobie Heuory Tidy, aged about two years. Five weeks ago the deceased d and little irl under livo years of age wee placed under the cure of the prig oner, who undertook to keep ther for Be. a week, and on October 10, bed took the chil. dren to their father because the boy was very 11. They wore both stated to ho covered with bruises, and there were marks of hurna on the boy, as if a red-hot iron had beoc used. lei died the anme night, and the father stated that he believed the child bha been half starved. The prisoner's landlady said she had frequently heard the prisoner beat the child, and had remonstrated with her several times, and a neighbor deposed that about a forlnight ago, she heard the child beaten for about half an hour. She had no doubt a hundred blowa wore given. A eurgeon said h...

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OUR GOVERNOR LEFT BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

OUR GOVERNOn LEFT BEHIND. Sir George BIowon has lhad a very narrow escapo of being compelled to waste a whole month of his holidays inl South Australia. the mail steamers allow their passengers the advantage of taking'a few hours stroll at Glenelg, and His Excellency took advantage of the. op'portunity, aud- enjoyed a drive abontAdelaide. Time-passed swiftly, aon the Governor was delighted with his via t, but on his return to Glenelg, the mail steamer Coylon, had steamed away, her time being up, and His Excellency discovered that governors, like common people, are liable to the evils attendant on a want of punctuality. Fortunately a steam .yacht happened to be available, and Sir George commenced a three mile stern chase, and at last the Ceylon hove to,and reeeived its truant passenger on board. No, doubt the experience thus gained will not be lost on His Excellency.

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OPENING OF THE VICTORIAN GALLERY AND THE MUSEUM ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

OPENING OF THE VICTORIAN GALLERY AND THE MUSEUM ON SUNDAYS. The trustees of the Publo library have agreed to open the ploture and statuary galle les and the Museum on Sundays, in tli. afternoon between the hours of two and five o'olock, and rumor has it that it will not be long before they open the library to the public during the same hours. This notion will be viewed with very different emotion, by the people generally, to some it will give groat pleasure, to others it will be a source of grief, beingl.oked upon as a met tor of conscienoe. The opeooig of the gallerles and museum will commence next Sunday.

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Amusements. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

Amusements. THE ROYAL. .Tho pantomime at the Theatre Royal, though produced with every regard to speo taoular display, doeq not seem to be such a draw this year as the Royal pantomimes usually are. The management, evidently rocognising the fact that it is the scenery which makes pantomimes go, have provided a tranformation scone-from the skilful brush of Henuinga-which may be pro. nounced the most brilliant triumph this clever scenoi artist has yet achieved. What it is that makes the pantomime not so sue ceseful as usual it is hard to say. Possibly the ltelboutno 1 ecple, after having seen so much of the vivraloos, intelligent Mrs. WVilliamson, fled it rather tedious work list going to the Ildies enraged in the Royal pantomimr, whoce cuirng singing and dancing--to toell the l.?ain truth-are very tame. .An exception must, however, be 'made in the case of Miss ,Haggio Oliver, who invariably and deservedly gets the lion'e share ef applause every night. Mr. 0 evillo as Beobee is funny, ...

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KENSINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

KENSINGTON RACES. The Kensington Park Raeos, were, as a whol. very goodl. Thile hurd'o raoo was won in gnod style by Shakespeare, Brownie, who had the lead for some time, falling. The Maiden Plato was an exoeediogly excitable race, and was won brilliantly by 3Mizpah, with Discretion second; Kingdom makiog a good light for the race at the outset, Iut murroudering his obaneo afterwards; Th imperial Stakes for which seven' horse. started, were triumphantly carried off by PolidoriSwootbrhar running very close for first place, but only noooodiig in becuring second. The two and throee year old handi cap was won by Improver, sith Potidori second, while in the Flying Handioap, for which ten horses started, Maid of Hawthorn was first to the post, Brownlook making a good second. -

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

Cricke. . A. match will be played next Saturday, tho-Oth January, a SUnbury, hbetween 'the Northern v.Sunbury. Tho following will ropreaoet the Northern, and are rod.e.tea to moot at Story's IHotels .at ilx n'oloek m. :-Samuel Roberton., (ear),, Samue, Cooley, °ivi"ap) .P , r. , ,. Pair, M, Dooon)n . H irper, P . Hlngbe Steel; R l'lenderloath, 0. Moodle, WV. Altken. A match will no, played between the -oohanlios 0.0., and thoe Star of Iothan lab cloven. In th n royal Park et Eaturdaý next .. A match were pl'led',n'tThburedy, 31st Deoember, in the Iloynl Prk, hetwren the Union 0.0. and Chapman C0.. M?cLaren and Cayzor howled well for the latter, as did also Wale?, O'Mara and-Hayes for: the former. The game was won by the latter, the following being the scores :-Union 108. Chnapman 115. A match was played on Saturday in the Royal Park between the Star of IIotham and the West Melbourno Union, which resulted in a victory for the former. The former went first to the wio'ets nnd succeeded...

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N. S WALES CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

N. S WALES CRIIKETERS. Although the New South Walae orlokoters managed to give the Victorians a sound boating, they have not been so nucoaesaful at Bllalarte, where they were botitn In a ono Innings mnatahb by 23. The acore etaeding 13,llarat 131, Now South W.los .108. I??u norman, whose tine dirplay of batting was so muoh admiro:l in the I 'cr., lonial Mlatoh, would appear to have out with some mis fortune, for he wnas disposed of With only 3 to his credit. Sheridan maado the fine total of 42, not out. The idulding of the ?alla ratians told oouvidcrably agalnat the eaore of the Sydney mol, and the bowling of Figgis is eaid to have beeoon somethng to be ronmcmborod.

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THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 January 1875

THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBII. TION. In August last Mr. George Collins Levey wrote to the Secretary of the Cen. Commission in Phl~adelphia, to inform him that Victoria had a dsire to be represented at the torthcoming exhibi._ tio ane.ua einill y .?skdi e for information' onho tol|owlng points :- - 1. The latesb dates forIez kilg applica. ;tlonas for space. 2. The latest dates at which goods'can be received at Philadel.hia. 3: The falilitios given by the various rail. way lines; either from New York, Boston, or Ssn Francisco to Philadelphia, for the transport of exhibilion goods. 4e Whether the Australian or Victorian exhibits can ?o grouped together, or must be scattcred over the building. 5 Whether arrangements could be made for the'erection of a refreshment room 'in counnectio with the Victorian or Australian courts, at whion Australian wines and re freshments could be sold, as Australia is a large wlne-pproduclng country, and is anxious to obtain a market in America. i. Whether- it is...

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