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MISS MATTINGLEY'S CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

•~~~~~ ~~ ::.-,:i . : ": MISS MATTINGLEY'S CONCERT A coxcnT was gii-ell by tilei abbove young. lady: and pupils, in the MLechni nice' Institute, Errl-street, on Wednes day evening, which was well 'attended, antl .passed off: most..successflly, tile ionly drawback in connection with the proceedings being the c\ceedingly oli pressive weather. :Tlle- stngre arid tile parts of tile building adjacent to it were decorated ivith plants, art drawings, and fairy lImps, and the general effecti was very pleasing. The programnlmn e was of kfirst class order and high standard of musical- excellence ---Miss .Mattingley being assisted by Miss Lury D)ixon, Miss May Dnnckley. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Dunlop, Misses Dunlop, Mr. G. Nedwell, an-d Mr. Kilburn Heron; Miss Lucy Dison aid Mrs D. d. Dunlop acting as accompanists. The overture was played in a splendid ulanner by the last namned lady and the Misses Dunlop, and indeed all tile numbers were so excellently given that special mention partakes in this c...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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NORTH MELBOURNE FOX TERRIER COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

NORTiiM iEL3OURNE-P FOYX - TERRIER COURSING CLUB. TrE above club held a very sucessful meeting at the Fitzroy Racecourse, Crox ton Park, on Saturday last, when, de spite tile extreme heat, there was a very fair attendance; anrd tile supply of rabbits being good, an interesting after noon's spolrt was rwitnessed. The follow ing are the results: Fon IFox ''eaRRIERS 21 lbs. AsD UNDER. Snowy beat IBob Coocana ., Calbirse Skippelr ,, Spark Hora , Tim Buzzi .. Jnck lotanical .. Nick First Ties. Snowy beat Coocaua Slkipper ., Hova Botanical ,, Buzzi Second Ties. Sroiwy beat Skipper Blotanrical a bye Deciding Course. Mr. F. Mallet's d. Botanical, by Jack Frost -Melton Lass, beat Mr. IT. Latchford'a dog Snowiy, by Noble-Fox, and swon the stakes. IrIlS TEIRrIErs STAKE. Birthday beat Molly Wasp ,, Tip Rled Hose Shamrs Miss Murphty ,, P'cggy Nipper ,, Cartyne Jane a bye First Ties. Waisp beat BIirthdlay Rled Rose , Miss Mrrphy Jane ,, Nipper Second Tics. Wasp beat Jane estd Rose a bye scecidirg...

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SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

Sclnoor. Co~SOET.--AnII entertain ment in aid of tihe prize fund of tihe orurndary-road Srchool, No. ".'56, will be held in the North Melbourne Town HIall, this evening. A splenrdid pro grauune is provided, in which is included an operetta, "rThe Little Gipsy," by pupils of tIhe school. :It is lhoiped tIhe effort wiill-bndcrte.rtsm cccss , as it is for such , dee~rving object,

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WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

WESLEYAN SUNIDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. - Os Sunday the seovices in.copnection with the above wi7r coniinued frcai that day week, and despite the pitiless heat the church was crowded morning, after noon and erening. In the morning the Rev. J. Seccomhc, of the Bible Christinri Church, Hothom lill, preached from the text, " For other foundation can no tan lay than that which is laid which is Jesns Christ.." The preacher referred to the building up of (lie church, and also to the building up of character. The church hat very small beginnings, but Christianity was now a growing force. Other systeins o religion such as Mahlomnedism and the teachings of Confucius have never permenated the world, but Christianity has, even in this age of unbclief, a mighty poher. As regarded building up of character, lie who tried to establish morality and self control on other thau a Christian basis would proiably fand aiu eorr a vamin one, anl the triili of the words of the tevt strikiigly exemplified. - In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

Public Notices. SPARIBROO0. BICCYCLES from ?22 10s. For WEDDING RINGS, KEEPII'ERS, DIAMOND RINGS. INGAGCCE 'ltENT RINGS. JE\\ELLERYI of all kinds. SI.ECTACLES, and LELECT.OItLATII D WARE, (.0 TO PB III fffllSIQB ? - TOWN HALL BUILOINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE. El ~ ~ "'Itchce,. Clocks,. snluLJcctlery . l epaired. AllWorkGuarmntced. Size Carts of RIings and Pzices sent on application. IWHOLESALE TOBACCONIST AsD IIAIRDRESSER, 55 Errol St., - ~ Nth. Melbourne. The Trade Supplied with any quantity of Tobacconist's Goods at the Lowest Possible Price. ,, 353 Victoria-st., r T~ERROLref fn .n~~ I1erchant TAILOR) Near _WEST MELBOURNE )treet. ENT'LEME"N interested in their personal appeai-ance.would i do well to give us atrial. Our Clothing gives universal satisfaction, and is Unequalled for FIT, STYLE, and WEAR. All Garments are Cut from the Latest )IModels, & Materials Thloroughly Shrunk. CYCLISTS, ATHLETES, ClIAPIONS of tIle WHEEL, Are reminded that we Cater especially for thocir Itcluirc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

SALE! EXPIRATION OF LEASE SALE! Great Sacrifice of Drapery Goods AT -FITZ, GN D.. NORTH MELBOURNE. Ladies and Gentlemen, we ask you to visit us, when you will find .our . Pies:. '' Right as Rain. . . :: 'i,· i:: i: ·ii -! !':: We -want ~10,000 in Bullion this.Monnth, and :owi offer.; , EXTRAORDDINARY& UNPARALLELED BARGAN! SFITZGERALD BROS., Errol-st6, North Melbourne. __COLONNADE SBoot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North Mjelibourne_ ...... r;--: Try-Leemingts Ladies'-Tan-lnace Shoes, neat caps; 3/11 per pair; marvellous value. 4 t Ladies' Glacie Lace.Shoes, 4/11. Button Shoes, 5/11. Ladies' " Reliable'i Bals., nt REAR toecap, 4/11. Sc t Queen Button and Bal 5/1L Ladies' Glace Bnlsi ,:l/11. R Button Glace 'BalsPworked (t button holes, :7/1." Gent.'s Tan Sedan Bale., 8/6. Gent.'s Tan Gocdyear Welted Bals., 12/6 ; special value. Gent.'s Dress Bals., 4/11 & 5/11. Ladies' White Shoes, Lace and Button, 3/11. REPAIRS al Speciality, ana Finished Dnaily. Large Staff of: Skilled Repai...

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BURGLARY AT NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

DBURGLARY AT :NORTH "MELBOURiNE. Os Tuesday morning about 2.55 3Mr A. Clhancellor, of thie firm of Chancellor & Son, grocers, Errol-st., and Mr G. Morrahl, storeman, who sleep on the firmn's premises, were aroused by a slight noise, but did not take much nottice of it until 15 minaltes afterwards. when lhe electric alarm bell-, with which tlhe pilace is fitted ip, comnenced rinlging. Messrs Chancell.r and Mrnrh l.,k,.d out of their bedroomn wiltlw and saw three mien plling about the safe in the yard. The "defending party" then got on to a roof which slopes nway from under their sleeping apartmenu: , and Mir MIorrahl tired two slnts fron lhis rcvlver at "the enemy," who, after the second sholl, lired one in return. MIr Morralh lirid another two clhots and thie three burglars then ran out into Bcndigo-st., where they wrere joined by a fourth mian. They seemted all young mien, and it was dis covered tlhat they lad gained ani entrance by getting over the front shutters and forci...

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CHILDREN BEFORE THE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

--GHl1LDREN--IEI IORi TITE ..i - ... .COUITS. .sTnrTLira' fact- observnable within tle past few weeks is the inumber of children -not merely legal infants--lbut kricker bockered jucveniles, before the criminal courts on varions charges. Thie black list comprises offences of various natures, and one delinqent,-a boy of 1i--is recorded as laving being chlarged and convicted before Ir JLsTICE Wll.lAMs8 last week, of a crimo of a most horrible character, rhile the magistrates lhave had to deal with breaches of good con duct far more serious thann the orchard depredlations and trespassing in search of bird nests, which were sippbsed to bh the highest step children as such reach in law breakingl . However, some of the youngsters now'-days seem dletenrinied to sin"to meet tie timeas," and just as they are begiinning 0lhere tleir parents left iff in .in the matter of speiiding money: and expecting all sori.sof.ralishes to their foad, so tlh'a ppreintly ;think that in the catalogue oe crime ...

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Gems of Thought. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

Gems of Tlhoueht. Or all the gifts thai natuore :an give ns; the faculty of remaining silrnt, or of snawering apropos, is perhaps the most uelol.--Mmen. Campan. Wc should Ilov otr Irlends as tnen amatenrs loe pictures, :ney keep their eyesa perpeitally fixed on the finn point , and do not see the defelct.-Mms Dutreenoy. G:ol qnalities are the eubetsntial riches of the m?ild; but it is goot bre:,ologtbat Betas t l-htifftbordvaotage.--Locke; nse may ruin himself by ;rsnkness, bet ono surexly-diohonors hi..se fy- d?olieiy.--- Vielilard. IT is a great milefartuno not to have rrouch Oit to speak well. or not enoutgh Judgment to keep silent,--La Br?ere. Noraeto is so great an insltance of ill.man sers as flattery. If you flatter all the 0ompany you please none; It you flatter only one or two you aflfront the ret. Swill. fns. GOe--" IDces your boy take after you or his flather f" Mrs. CAoo-'" Ie takes alter his father motly. Toc never esn be lieve a word he says." Tnx man who knows ercryth...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

* EPOIITS. Anglers should note that it is intended -to-remov- the Water Police from Wil liamstown. .If this is carried iunt effect the reservations against netting will be continually defied. The Frenchl (fly and minnow) costing competition, in connection with the above society, toolk place on the Saltwater rirer, Marihyrnong, on Satarday last, and resulted in a win for Mr. E. C. Gonnard, who scored at the 21 yarns and 24 yards. Mir It. Ferguson was first at the 15 yards, and Mr J. McI)onoogh at the 18 yards. A novelty in the hshpe of Man versus Rod and L'ne aas then tried, this being the first of its kind carried oat in the colony. The Man (MIr C. Smith) proved himself too good for the angler, and succeeded in breaking anay four times. Messrs W. Itowning, J. H. Gardiner, J1. Knin, and T. Launder journeyed to Hann's creek lost Saturday by the first train, on a fishing expediiots, but owing, no doubt, to tIhe oppressive state of the weather, and thme creek having very little water in...

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THE NOVELIST THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy Of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XXIV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

7:TH E I OVEDLjIST THUa Ianager's Fav6rite: on, The Tragedy of CtUrnlclgh Shores, A STORY OF THE STAGE. OIIHAPTERI XXIV.-(CouTrsorv.) * "It is quite true, Mr. Granby. "How dars you disobey my orderst flow-" " I have disobeyed no orders. You never said I was not to see the boy." _- iato you knhew I did not want you to s.e him l You knew I an: him away because I did not like to see you coddling that child from mcorning till night, and leaving me, your husband, sick and in pain, to shili for myselfll You kneow it, did you not:" " I suspected it." ' And yet you used my horses, and my coachman, and my carriange, to disobey meo?". " If you choose to put it in that way 4E0." "1YWell,now hearmeI That boy shall be sent out bf the city, and you will ncver see him again I Only Mr, Amos and myself will know his whereabouts-and we can keep a secret. I will put a stop to your silly phil andering round with nobody but servants for company I Do you hear me " " I hear you perlectly well." " lo anre ...

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

VICTORIABN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. TIE ordinary weekly mcetilg of the above society was held at the Bull and MIouth Hotel, Bourke-street, Melbourne, onAIiday,' 20th Novcmber. Mr Alf. MooLn_(president) in the chair. There wars a fair attendance of members. SThe minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. e?_lre was no business of impor[anoe traniisacted. - New Mlelembersj-One elected, and three proposals received. Mr II. Ferguson presented eighta photographs taken by himself of differ ent portions of the Saltwater and Wer ribee rivers.-A vote of thanks was passed to the donor.

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LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

LEEMING .su McMASTER TIROPHIES. Cambridge v erndlale.--Thlis match was concluded last Saturday, and resultcd in a win for the former by 'l runs. Cambridge, i71 and 37. Ferndalc, 753 aml 41.

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LATE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

' LATE CUTS. North v.South-asn excitin" finish. Facer..No. 1- -" Wt'lldcclare, our innings closed, Dick." :: Facer No. 2-" Yery well,-Tom; we'll take the usual.interval." a . ? . "Gerber's one of tie best bats in the NorSth team"--South suppirtor. . Jim Howvlett started:in his usual style, but came down pottering-. .. . . GOiller bowls thu "oft" the'ry to perfection. Quilty a promising.n stumper.. . Kemp neer .got a wicket on Saturday Ino wind to help hlim. . '! Houston,. on his- present form, should certainly.take wickets in the forthcoming intcrcolonials "'--". Observer." " Beanie's a 'dteal nark,' " so said a South small boy." Tom Fox has played many a good innings, but never such a serviceable one as last Saturday. 'f Dick Houston is a cricketing enthlusiast, and dloes not dleserve the unkinil things that are occasionally said about him "-The opinioofa ipomineniet- otlic-be'arer-vof-the M.C.C. East, in their second innings, linput on 407 -HIIarry Stuckey 13 (not oat). Melbourne ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

The Great Wrench Remedy. g--LADIIE S.-FIENC H SAFETY PILLS are the quickest, Surest tand bet Medicine for Restoring RIegularity, no matter why, or how long delayed. They I:vEnl fail! Take no others I I ox sent, free from observation, 7s. hi.; extra strong, 20s. (guarmnteed Al). t-Soll only by PIOorFeSo IIAUTMONTr, 1I.M.D., Victorla.street, North Melbourne. I"Send S stamps Lpr my invaluable 1Pamphlet,-[Advt.J ANGLING NOTES. Fishing Tackle. Messrs W. ItAI~ii:ET & IcONS, Abbey Mills. Reddlitchl, Ihave been a:iarded Fir.t I'riz?e against all cimpetitors at thie Kiel Inter national Exhibition. for IlHoks. Ilol, and general Fishing Tickle. Large iassortment. THE ANGLERS' DEPOT CROM?WWLL Bn DrrclGS, 364 Bourke-st., Melbourne. CAMP HOTEL, Werribee. Go,nod .\ccommniiationi for I"Inx; anti S;IioTISNG I'ARTIEsi. Veliieles on Ilire for lI?'isi:x, SIIOoIITINr. andi PICNIC PAIITIES. lBest [Iranls of \lI-'s anl SPInITrs kept. l.ILLIA?RD TABLEn . l'ost Cardls attenled to. W. BALFOUR, Propri...

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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPI1IY. Y'arzraville v 3Ielrosc.-This match resultaled in a win for the former by an innings aml 1I runs. Yarraville 102; Mclrose: , and 02 -Farrell 27, Stuckey 17. Itutley 12. Iowlo itg: Corby, 2 for 1; Stevenson. 3 for 13; larrasi, 3 for 21.

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ELECTORS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

EI.EcTons' RIGlns.-Iolders are re minded that Tuesday is the last day for renewal thereof,

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" A TRIP TO THE BLUE MOUNTAINS," &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

"A TRIP TO THE BLUE MOUNTAIbT, &b." -bsTr DM O.oa~atarr/ This Lecture. ertitled " Alrip-tp tthe Blte -lfo4rlrtairr., Jenolan Caves, and Ifcakcs. bury River," witch lirmeliht cietws, rs delivered in th*e orthl Melbourne Towr lall on I;th indst.. and before the North JIelboarne Branch rof the A.N.d. or the 26ith. ToE BLUE MddsrTAlxs are part of tile great elevated backbone or dividing range of Australia, which, comnmencing in thie western portion of Victoria, tra verses that colrny in an:easierlmydire- tion, running rlprallel with its southernc coast On approaching -the -eatern- boundary of Victoria, it turns lnorthwards into Newr Soull Wales, and becomhes known as "Tile Great Australian Alps." It continues northrwards through Newv Southl Wales, runnirg parallel witrh its eastern coast, and lwhen abreast of Syd ney, is called " The Blue Mountains." Still furttlher northwardls the range ex teinds beyond thle ntrtherln frontier of tihe tmother colony, ilto Queensland, where it d...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

-postl · ites, fromiN s to Os., may. be obtained at all Post Ollces, .but.are only payable at any ime Ordery Oplice in the Uolony, from lOiam. to3 p.m. uStiurdays, l14a.m. to noon. Poundage underlis. Gd.,... ..: ..,,,. ,,", 7s. 6d . .... . ...:. Id. s s 7.Gd... .. d ,, ,, 20s. ld... 3s d.' Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N .S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, alnd vice tsae (on payment, tile payee mJust affix stamps oequal to poundage). Shtamos of New South Wales, South Australia, Great Britain, Franlce, Ger many, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General P'ost Olfice, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding Us. at ono tiume. A commission will be charged of Id. on every bd. worth of English and Foreign stamps purclasod, and ld. on every tid. worih. of litercd lonial stamps..: :. :":.

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NORTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. Another Good Win for North. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURINE. Another Good iWin for North. FOBODY 0on'reaching tihe 'Soth ,elhm rne Cricket ground on.Satunlsay last, where tihe above match was being played, wasn very much surpriset to lher that tile local team, having one wicket to fall, had declared their 'innings closed.: Such being the case, the visitors had to face the fiLir score of 218 runs to wilpe out, which: wvs not thought too great a task, considering tite very strolng batting side Noith 3ellomurne no:v possessos. The tnwo.Jacks--Carlton and Gerber-were the first to face the nlusic. andt soon a merry tune was being played. Tens followedl eachi :othlci in quick succession ;' but within a couple ofthalf a century, Gillcr.got an un. deniably good one past Carltont. tihe telegraph showing 1-23-18. Waughi, the next man, hbid a'very short life, being well claught at. the wickets by Quilty off lngleton, who hadl gone on in place of Kemp. Mlallestonce fol lowel, but dlisaster calme quickly, a fast one fr...

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