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TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
TiiLEriRAll Muo'rcy OlDi?is. r:: b :· b e. de Victoria ; ... ..? Under £.5 ..n~,:. dOuth li a Aultruz . . 3 U Uueeznlandi l a . . . 4 U Tasm ania . ...: . 1,, a. u 8 0 2ew.bouth WVles .,, ... 2 0 \ictoria ':; Undor: £10"%l.: 1: 6 duiith Australiai ;, ,::: i 0' .'.[ Queensland'':' ' :,. ' 0 Tasmannia" . Neiv dioth Wales ',, :.. 30: .erth WA. , ii
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
~ RAMWAYS · ;riORTWIIMELB0UI RNEILLNEJ? G.ansi BANu DlarAY-. jG EN ti OlioT iF lirst Car leaves Filemingtonu Jridge- Wee.L D)aya. tI ,- a.w. ; .uidayas at 1.40 pai ,.?:. ,:,.'. . :,i?'( .,lfirst Car leavea F1lindera-street Week Days::atl 6.7 an.a ;ui.; Sidays at Last Car leaves Filemi-gton Jlridge Yeek, Days at 11.Ip.u . ;,:aturda.as at 11.5 p.iw.; Sundys eat 10.10 p.m. ILast, Car, leavea. Fliuders-street Week Days at 11.30 p.im.; ,Saturdays atl12,p.n. ; Sundays.ats 10; 5 p.m,u I.are fron Fliiuders-street to itleming tons Bridge Sd. : Connection made at Flomingtoni Bridge withMoousee Ponds Omnibus Line. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Queensberry-st., to West Melbourne Litne, and vice versu.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
TELEGRAMS. Telegrams received at any Telegraph Office addressed to a.nny place within the cit 'ioiviiV&d., in w atich l si h iice is situathed&aia 'dlier lr s.-itehi. radius of one mile; witliin rIdlits of 1, miles, d. extra is clhirged. Urgent'T elcgrams chirg ido6ubnle or dinary rates, and despatdched in prcfLerence to others. To or from any Station in Victoria. 8.80 an.m, to e8lip.m. i e.aid. Nine words O 9 E'ctra ,ordlcacli ")-::,. li A..o? 1 Afternr, ip.m.'.tq midiight. Ev iry additiotnal trd. ..8 0 a -; ~_JMid,,it to-8.80 , .m. lea worls .. . 3 Everyadditional word, . .. "Mesages forwarddto~iflz-~espen on Snndays, if d.oppe?dju the box h provided for that purposea, attltellelbourne Office with fee enclosed. .: .''? ) 8.80am. to 9.0 pm. Ten-word" .. ,%.?;. . -f 0 E'xtra iordes/ch "':'?' ':.?" '·' ;' 0' 2 .LY,, p.m;.-W .50 0a;m;:. Litra ousls, eachi i ..,. ,... a O 3
WEST MELBOURNE LINE. BROWN BAND BY DAY. CLEAR LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 27 November 1896
V ?WEDS T NELDOURNE LINE. BUowsBarsD B-YDArYbz CLssaIUI .,?: ;?[-... ?;:·;?.::: a T~i ?GH~T:·r,.,?j..:T, , . First Car leaves Queinsberryustreet \VeikIDays at , alI..!.; ;iSuLidayas it 1 1u p.n:i1.; ciavor0 : .First .:Car, lCave? .,?linders-street Week Daysdat 635 ua.m:'; buudaeys at 3,D pitu.4"' 3: .,- ,:r:[-,.. = ?ast Car leave-s Queensber'ry-street- Week£DLb ys iat .I-O, nidat--urd-ys at11.40 p.n.:; .Shndays 'at .10.1" p.m. :La st: ar .-leaves- 1.,lintders-street Week? Diys at 11.30: p.m. ;i Saturdays aa-12 p.im.;:Sdtindys at 10.3I p.m. .:Counectiunu made iat: Que?nsberry atreet with North lelbouraue I'rane Line, and. transfers made without extra charge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
Have RETURNED to the OLD CORNER Lately Occupied by EKMAN & SONS. New and Secondhand Furniture MBO'CTVU-2ES BV SS)OXAlM. Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, And Bedding Manufacturers, 325: VICTORIA ST., WEST MELBOURNE, Consult EKMAN & CO. if you Want to Buy or Sell. GEORGE SIMMONDS, ±WiOLESALE SBUTCHER'S SMALL GOODS MAN,* COURTNEY ST,, NORTH MELBOURNE, Small Goods a Speciality. Country Orders punctually attended to. JOHN DALEY, Furnishing Undertaker & Embalmer, Corner Latrobe and Spring Sts., Melbourne. PUBLIC NOTICE.-A rnionr having been put into circuladi,.o by interestcl parties thattheohl lestablished Undlcrtaking lusiness of John Dalcy..f I.atroble anl Spring sts., lias changed hands, it is hereby notiliei! that the business is still carried on by the under signle, as representative of the family of the late Jolhn Daley. Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. (Signci), THIOMAS DALEY? . Funerals conducted to any extent in Town or Country. TZIXEPHONE 827. E "ST.A....
DEATH OF MRS. M. A. GIDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
DEATH OF MoS. M. A. GIDNEY. We regret to have to record thile death of the above lady at her residence, Stratford Villa, Dryburgh-street, on [Monday last, at the age of 07 years. Mrs Gidney was the relict of the late Mr Isaacne Gidney, and the family is well known and highly respected in North Melboulrne and the Colony generally. The late Mr Gidney was a prominent gentlemtan for years in connection with the exportation of. Austrilian horses to India as "remnouonts" for the British troops stationed there, and for other pIrp oses The funeral of the deceased lady took place on Wednesday, tile necessary arrangements being conducted by Mr. Alfred Allison, undertaker, of 221 Victorin-street, West Melbourne. Joseph Allison, undertaker, lhas re moved to i5 Errol-street, seven doors lower down.
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. Tino fortnightly meeting of the North Melbourne Branch was held in the Lolgeroom, Mechanics' Hall, on Thurs day evening, Nov. 126t. The Pre sident, Mr. Jas. Pickett, in the chair. After the usual routine business was dis posed of, a highly interesting lecture, by Dr. N. M. O'Donnell, on "A trip to the Blue Mountains, Jenolan Caves, and Hawkesbury River," with limelight views, was given. Mr. Searle was the lanternist, and performed his duties well. A large attendance. mostly of the fair sex, was present, and appreciated tile night's entertainment immensely. A hearty vote of thanks was moved by Mr. W. A. Watt, and seconded by Mr. 1). P. Smith, to the doctor, who suitably re sponded.
GARDENING. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
GARDENINbT. '-4-- DECEIMBER. KITCHEN G.;..A En.-Cabbage, cauli flower, Brussels sprouts, Swede turnips, and savoy may be sown in slhady places. Onions; carrots, and paransipswilLceqssre thinning and wneding. Miattire onlisr bulbs should be harvested at once or the sun will injure themu for keeping. Plant out early celery plants in trenches, andl give abundance of water when established. Early potatoes for seed, when ripe, should be taken up and greened by exposing tlhemn the atmosphere for a few days, under thie protection of a shed or verandalh. FLoW.Rn G.tnDE;.--Bllbs tlhat have flowered anl died away should be taken iupatndstpacked in dry sand. Roses and fruit trees omay be budded. Newly planted shrubs and trees will be beneilted by having soume rotted stable straw spread on surfcee of soil, which should hb eat wi tij gre4,
ELECTORS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
Er.EcrCns' Rioirs.-Tuesday, at Di pin., was thc Int opportunity electors bad for renewing or tnking out riglhts, and all the electoral registrars were vcry busy. The following are the statistics for the Flemington-road and Royal Park Division for North Melbourne, for which Mr. II..1. Randall is registrar: Fleinuigton-roal-Manhood suffrage : new rights, 232; renewnls, 253; Non residential: new rights, 20; renewals, 10 ; total, 515. Royal Purk-Slain hood sulfrage new rights, G12 re newals, 73; non-residential, 1; total, 1:36-Grand total, (351. In addition to this 4 were issued for the Upper House. For the hlothani Division of Melbourne West, Miss E. M1unce issued 2(11 rights for the Assembly, and 4 for the Legislative Council; while Mr J. D'Alton, for the Railway Division of Melbourne West, issued 375 rights for the Assembly, and 1 for the Legislative Council. Poixce TtaNscEls.-Inllopectoro J. Gray and W. Yonxtg, who have been familiar tigures in the North Melbourne Court for some tim...
TRAVASKIS AND FRIEL'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
TRAVASKIS AND FRIEL'S TROPHIES. British Star v. West Melbourne 2nds. -This match was played at Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the former by five wickets. British Star, 116 and 5 for "--Keenan 29, P. Smithl 26, Pilkington 25 and 19 (not out), J. Smith 11i, Soutter 10. West Melbourne 2nd, 72 and 75. J. Smith, 8 for 32; Considine, 8 for 35; and P. Smith, 2 for 37; bowled best for the winners. Bellevue v. Parsons Brocs.-Resulted in a win for thie former by an innings and 52 runs. Hallander 25, Roberts 22, Bindon 19 (not out), batted best for the wisnners -Wi!son,B-5~or1; BhRinon, 3 for 12; did the bowling. Lincoln v. Mission.-Resulted in a win for the former. Lincoln, 183 Elliott 68, Wright 24, Raff 19, G. Antoney 18 (not out). 3Mission, 70 and 70. Bowliug: Gaynor, 6 for 24; Elliott, 2 for 21; Kilpatrick, 2 for 11: bowled best for Lincoln.
BOUNDARY ROAD STATE SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
BOUNDARY ROAD STATE SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. *-4- As entertainment in aid of the prize fund, given by the pupils, teachers and friends of thie above school, under the auspices of the N'orth Melbourne Board of Advice, was held in the town hall on Friday evening, and proved a great suc cess. MIr Clement Davidson (memuber of the Board) presided, and Misses Thomson and Alern acted as accom panistes. An excellent programmne and a natural desire to see how tihe little ones acquitted themselves in their various parts, resulted in a large and enthusiastic attendance of scholars and their pIarents and friends, tle hall being packed. Tihe school drum and fife band was in attendance. Tins is the first entertainment of the tIe kihlIeh-liliy this schiroi,-tlie pr-; vious performances having been held in conjunction with the other schools, and the result exceeded the most sanguine expectations. Thie progrnamme was initiated by the scholars singing a part ssng entitled " The mighty Norsemnan," in a v...
LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
LEEMING a.po McMASTER TROPHIES. Cambridge v. Melroso.--Thlis match was commenced last Saturday on the for umer's ground, Darling Gardens, and when the stumps were drawn the scores were: Cambridge, 1st innings, 120-Brindle coutbo 27, Phillips 2i, Spoor 13, Briscoe 14, Davis 11. Melrose, 1st innuings, 3 for 11. The most successful bowlers for Melrose were: Torpey, 3 for 21; Louch, 2 for 19; NMurray, 1 for 5; .J. Sullivan, 1 for 12; Thorpe, 1 for 37.
THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XXV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
THE, NOVELIST. THE ilanager's Favorite: OR, the Tragedy or Carnleigh Shores. 1 STORY OF THE STAGE. : 1PTEII XXoV.-(COsTImUED.) 'There is nothing you ovn do," said Ethel, cldly;. ' I thank you for your inte res. trt loo not co how you can aid me. Ah I hrc r;Vnsteod is eomin? to meet us." --Andi a tecents later E hel had slipped hter hatod:within thte arm "1 thio gcod friend, and Isoft Mr. I)mr t to fo!lov behind. Oc-e'i the Ilree, thro was Eorely ne C reason for rott.plsir ,a to Ehbel'slooke; eho Itosed into ueineuel eood sporits-her cheek, ,ere tlushed, her eyes were bright, and Ir. letlmonnt gztd at her in admiration, and thotght that he had never seen her so tril. liant or so beautiful. And after he went to his room that night, be unloteksd his traltling bar. and took out a. thiek :bundle of papers which he looked orer at his'leisure. One of the letters bore the mark of hie !"olicitor. with a dat, of ten days pre. itolu. Evidently, Mr. lelmont had but just received it, and had not...
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. lIonAYv, Nov. 30. Prcsent.-Crs. nBarwise (Mayor), Ben jamin, Garter, 1Fogarty, Flller, Gar diner, Petrie, Steel, and \Wadick. ANNUAL MEETING. TuE annual meeting took place previous to the ordinary, when thle report and balane-sheet and-statement- of- accounts were certified to as correct, and allowed. Tile balance-sheet showed liabilities to the amount of £1,74905'11, at the end of the financial year. The assets con sisted of arrears of-rate?,- £,-G125-! ; leaving a debit balance of £137/0/10. The receipts were £11,893,5J ; and the expenditure £12,305 7i9, showing a de bit balance of £410!2/-. The principal items among the receipts were-Fees, £2,505/4/- : rents, £605/2]-; rates, £8,255 12j1 I. Expenditure - Public Works, £1,2;il1d/8; Loan payment and interest,4-,0044il9j.salaries,£700I1 proportion of expenses Metropolitan Fire Brigade Board, £203/9/4. E. D. Crellin, Goverineent auditor, sent in his report, saying that the audit of the books of the Counc...
LATE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
LATE CUTS. Norll v Carlton-intercololial match. They came and saw, and weCre satisfied. Complete collapse of the hitlherto inviciblcs. McClelland nld Jack Carlton a bit too good.] The Dark-blues iike putti g ups arO-ds they accomplished one last Saturday. Bennett, tihe Carlton Secretary, looked a bit downhearted. It's been all honey with him up to the present--le is going to get a little of the other thing now,. "More money onl the match in bets than would cnrry either club cotmfortably through the summner."-" Observer." Some of the "smarties' who thought Fred lolfe's lcaving the team would make no difference, will probably now think otherwise. With a little more power thrown into his strokes, Gerber should turn out one of the best batsmen int Ausrtlia. This is not "toffee "--but the real uon adulterated truth. The Pennant Committee, at its meeting last Friday, decilded to line North one guinea, on the complaint of East Melbourne, for not having properly prepared a wicket on the las...
ORDINARY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
ORDINARY MEETING. CORRE5PONDErCE. From Cr. Keele (Collin8wood), thanking the Council for its support, re Fire Brigade Board.-Received. From J. A. Scott, saying that hie had been instructed by the committee of the North Melbourne Citizens' and Schools' Excursion, to apply to tile Council for the use ,of a room in tile Town Hall to hold tile comnmittee meetings in.- -Received; and ieferred to Public Works Committee. From the Metropolitan Gas Company, offering to light the street lamnps of the toon on the following tcrms:-One year, £3/10/-; two years, £3/7 ; three years, £3.5'-, per lamp, to include the 20 incandescent burners for each period. -Received; and referred to the Public Works Committee. From B. Brawn, saying that he had advertised and posted noticed as re quired, and hereby made an application to be registered under the Ilealth Act to carry on the business of a soap works in premises situated on the Macaulay road.-Appllication granted subject to the applicant carrying out dr...
NORTH 2ND v. CARLTON 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 4 December 1896
NORTH 2NsD v. CARLTON 2?sD. The seconds met on the Crrlton cricket ground last Saturday. North hatting first. put up thie rclcettrble total of 251, towanrds which Rllundle cqltributed tri in his best s~tyle, and was well supported by J. Kinane I. \W. Ryan 40 (not out), W. Mulyneacux 23, and J. Saunderv 12. The only bawler that sceened to trouble thrrl was Delves, rwho took four wickets for 31. The Ca'lton have trr wickets d~la -fcr--!,h u buoulod. alve lost moro haid Saunders takell the three chances offered Ilim in tihe slips off Garland. The follwinig ae the sonres?-- oivTlr IELBounlrNE. First Inrings. II. Ilhrdle, b 31cares ... ... 56 W. Carlton, c, b Icares ... 2, J. Kinaiune, c. bi Delves... ... 44 W. Molynoaux, b Delves ... 23 - Harder, b Ashby ... ... 0 W. Ryan, not out .,, .,, 40 1. Mling, b Ashby , 2 J. lGalrl, and, b Dlelvc ., 5 J. Tallhnt, b Delvc .,,... 6 J. Saunders, , I loush ... ... 12 E. Lrauuder, lbw, b Elliott .., 5 Suudries... ... ... 33 Total ... ... 201 Bowlirng...