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SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

SIOOTINQG UCAE. A doespatch received from Merced ýy Mlr. James Schram, dated 7th December, stated that Edward Madden, editor of the '~ erced Tribune," was shot and instantly killed In that town, on Monday, by H Garry rantoe, stepson of Robert J. Steele, editor of the "San Joaquin Valley Argus." The " San Franlesoo Bullotin" contained the following in relation to the affair :-About half-past seven o'clock this morning, as Edward Mad den, editor of the " fereod Tribune," was going to his olfice, he was shot and killed by Harry Granloe, stepeon of Robert J. Steelp, editor of the " San Josquin Argau." It ap. pears that the "Argue" and " Trlbuno" had for some time been In constant war against each other, but nothing serious was expected to conie from it, until about two weeooks ago. when an article appeared in the "Argus" reflecotng upon a young lady to whom Slad den was deeplyatteohod. ,fsddour made no reply until his iesue of the 1tb, when an in suttog artiloe appeared In the "Tribune....

Publication Title: North Melbourne Advertiser
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THE NEW GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

THE NEW GOVERNMENT HOUSE. At the eastern end of the New Govern ment House, a fire occurred on Friday night which threatened to set the whole of the Domaia on fire. It appears that a heap of shavings and other inflamable materials lying close to the Governor's house was set on fire by some one, and but for the timely aid of the domain nlght-watchman, would have eventuated in the destruction of the trees and shrubs planted in the locality, as it was the watchman had very considerable diffi. culty in extinguishing the flames.

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AN ESCAPED LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

AN ESCAPED LUNATIC. On Saturday Congjo Burke arrested - Iman (&uppond-,b 1t. ....pialunalto) on the Sydney road, Brunswick. He is a quiet looking fellow, and accosted the constable as " your Royal Highness" each time he asked him some frivolous ques tion. From the corversation which an sued, the man was arrested as a lunatic, and from the brands on the inside of the coat and vest, there appears to be little doubt of his having escaped from some asylum. The vest has simply L arrow A on the breast, while the coat has, in addi tion, M.D. underneath. He tells the police he has " been living in the wilder. ness for 16 years on dead men's bones, till the ghosts frighened him away, and that an Irish ghost named O'Ferrall, whom he had known in the old country, had stolen his boots, and given him the old ones in exchange." He was sent to the Yatrr Bend yesterday, where he was well known from having been an inmate for twelve years. He had only been at large day or two, and is regarded...

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BELL STREET, COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

BELL STREET, COBURG. The plans and specifications prepared by Mr. Molvor for the drainage of Bell street have been adopted by the Counoil. An attempt was made by Crs. Mussen and Dolling to have plans prepared by Mr Mclvor for carrying the drain down Louisa street and Hardings road, but it was unsuecessful. Tenders are invited to be sent in before next Board night (the first Monday in February) for the drain. a-e of Bell street, and a special call of the council is made for that da y.

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BRUNSWICK FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

BItUNSWICK FINANCIAL POSI. TION. Unlike nearly all of the borough and shire councils round Melbourne, Bruns wick has a good balance to its credit in the bank. The Treasurer reported last week that it amounted to £580 1it?. 3d., no mean sum where all the surrounding circumstances are taken into consideras tion.

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THE NEW TOWN HALL, HOTHAM [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

THE NEW TOWN HALL, HOTHAM It is understood that several very beau. tiful designs have been sent in to the Town Council, and the ratepayers would be gratified with a sight of them. It is to be hoped, therefore, that as soon as a decision has been arrived at as to the one most suitable, that the whole will be ex hibited to the burgesses in the Town Clerk's office.

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ST. GEORGE'S HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

ST. GEORGE'S HALL. A new sonsational optical illunlon entitled Anootoe has been produced by Dr. Sylvester during the week at the above hall. Any. thing more weird and thoroughly sensational can scarcely be imagined, and has proved far more striking than any other illusion as yet introduoed to no by the Fakir. The follow. nlog is a desoription of the performance. which is designed to illustrate an old legend of the Hartz Mountains, which the Inha. bitants of that region are said to believe in till this day. It appears a Grand Duke has been the victim of a conspiracy, which fortunately is discovered in time to save the Duke's life. One of the conspirators is arrested, and though every effort is ssed to make him confess the names of his confe derates, he obstiaatelyrefuses. An alohymlt who boasts of being able to extort from the prisoner a confession after he Is beheaded, is employed by the Grand Duke to make the head (we were going to say) make a clean breast of it. His reward, if he ...

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THE COBURG QUARRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

TUE COBURG QUARRIES. At the last meeting of the Coburg Shire Couxcil it was decided that for the future the owners of the various quarries within the shire shall be rated instead of the occnpiers, and that the quarries whether in work or idle shall be rated, unless it is satisfactorily proved that they are finally closed.

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Amusements. THE PANTOMIMES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

Amusements. THE PANTOMIMES. The pantomimes are still holding their away at both the Opera IIonuo and Theatro Royal. A crowd as great as the former will conveniently hold has assembled every even ing during the week. Everybody seems thoroughly to enjoy the jokee and puns, the excellent muslo and the beautiful scenery. The Theatre Royal porformanoe has also been potronlsed by a large number of visitors. The performers are well rooeeived, and the spectacular portions of the pantomime comnes in for epeolal praise, as they deserveo

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HOTHAM TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

HOTHAM TENDERS. Tenders will be received at the Town Clerk's Office Hotham, up till 7 p.m. on Tuesday, 2nd February next, for carling metal and doing horsework for the ensuing twelve months. Specificotions can be seea at the Town Hall.

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CHIT-[?] OF THE GREEN ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

CHIT.ClWT OF THE GREEN ROO?." The next novelty at the Opera House is to be the opera bouffe "Petite Faust," whfich will bring us once more again in contact with sprightly Miss Clira Thompson. Tho iece has been a great success in Englanl, and from the dilligent rehearsalit is god? through under Mr. Blracoy, it ought to o the same here. SMr. Teomas Campbell, who was one of Enmorson's chosen band, takes a benoeit ot Monday week, at the Temperance Hall, Mfesrs. larry Kelly, lookfeller, and Johnny Cowan, have given their words to rally round the barritone. So a large house mro be safely expected. Mr. E. C. Osborne ia looking after the outside management A[r. and Mrs. Williamson have been rosti cating on the banks of Corla this week.. Sandhuret will next be visited, and then they will turn their steps to Tasmania--lani of beauty and pretty girls, of fish and fruit. The " boy" Morris, who every one will remember having been at the Princoss' with Mir. J. L. Hall, is astonishino London with ...

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PRINCESS' THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

PRINCESS' THEATRE. The Royal Tycoon Troupe of Japanese and Asiatic Circus Company drew a large audience last night, and at was evident, by the amount of applause beestowed upon the performers, that the visitants were satia. fled with the novelties produced. Signor Raphael, In hia horsemanship, appears not to have lust any of the immense daring move. ments that made him so popular in the days of Rowe and Noble. His son, too, canused quite a sensation in his bare-back feats, and "brought down the house" with plaudits from the delighted assembly. The trained pony went through some astonish. log ats ; for instance, jumping through four hoops without making a baulk. One oftho Japanese, upon the sleek wire, did marvellous things, hitherto not surpassed in this colony. " The bendlig boys and girls," "the comic clowns," and the "juggling'0 of the Japanese troupe created a furore of applause, and Young America on a slx.inoh rope was very secoessful. This " dare devil" performer carried one o...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 15TH JANUARY, 1875. (Before his worship the Mayor) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

Police. HOTHAM COURT. FIRDAY. 16Tlh JANUAItY, 1875. S(Before his Worship the Mayor.) A I~Pa or SWILLINeGTONs. - Mary Drysdale and Frederick Seymour, were charged s ith drunken and disorderly conduct, and were severally fined 6s, or 2.1 hours' imprisonment. SATUnRDY, JANUAnY 16, 1875. (Before His WVorship the Mayor.) 1LUNAwAY SEAMENo.-William Harper and Carl Johnson, were charged with being deserters from the American ship Regent of Boston. MoNDAY, 11TH JANUARY. (Before W. Aitken, J.P.) DauNK AND DISORDERLY. - David Jamieson, and Alexander Robertson, charged with being drunk and disorderly, were discharged and cautioned.-James Murphy and Patrick O'Donnell, for a similar offence, were severally fined 6s,er 24 hours.-John Kelly, found insultingly drunk in the public streets, was fined 10s or 48 hours' imprisonment. A BRUTAL WRnETcsx.-John MeFarlane was charged by his wife Emily with grievously assaulting her. They have a family of four young children, but the father who has become a sl...

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Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1875. (Present—The whole Council; the Mayor in the chair.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1876. (Present-The whole Council; the Mayor in the chair.) The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed, COREESPONDENCE. A request was received from Mr. D. IIannerberg for authority to use firearms for the purpose of shooting geese. Gran ted. Letters from the Town Clerk and City Surveyor of Melbourne, respecting the Council's intention to drain the Glenlyon road, Union street, and Sydney road, into Edward and Lygon streets provoked a lengthened discussion. The Mayor char ged some of the councillors or officers with holiday communication with the City Council to prevent BrunswiekCouncilfrom carry out its drainage scheme. The Coun cil determined to proceed with this plan by a majority of one Mr. Sedgeman's of land for £5 to open up Lygon street was accepted, and it was determined to proceed wiih the work at once, as part of the drainage scheme. VALUATIONS. The report of the Borough valuations, L38 091, was received an...

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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

General Items. The Port Albert correspondent of the " Gipps Land M.rcury" communicates news whloh will be satisfactory to the residents of North Melbourne and the other suburbs of the city. He states: Oyster culture in Corner Inlet has been a success, and a very large quantity will be ready for the Melbourne Market Immediately the season commences."' Many will rejoice to hear this, for the present high price of these delicacies debar them from the onuse of the largest portion of the population. There is no reason why in a year or two, the supply of oysters shall not be such as will place I them within the reach of all at pilecs vary iag from two to fourpenc per dozen. We may then expect to instil ovility and oblig. ing behavior in the vendors. which at the present time is sadly wanting although peo. pie pay one and two shillings per dozen. On Saturday afternoon a most heart. breaking eveqt occurred ontsido the Alfrod Graving Dock Jetty at Williamstown. The steamer Barrabool lay alon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

S wrapera, etc. «.m^^------. .,-^ »:.. ..,... -;- - IBONA FIDE .LEARING SALE OF -GENERAL--D-R A-P? E BY, 7 MH ii,7N1R1 ETC., 1OTi 'Twenty Eight: Days, ,T4.A. a -JSISNOW ON.AT . IEr 'tCRONIN'S, VICTORIA IHO SE, S71, .76:and;78 VICTORIA .STREET, -'' II .OT I'-A M. 'GREAT BARGAINS! Thaattsntioa of.heads .of families is ro appotfully.ctUed to this really ,EN TI NE S A L E. It is ? stperfluon~ to quoto 'a long llst of prices, and say that I havo llorrook's aIng Cloth at 4». ld., good Grry Calico at 2f. lld., tiiimoed Hats fromr 1t. Gd, LTotrimmed IIat at from 3d., ke., &o., as one call must , 6 vl oininvc tho mon soeptici that the UNPRE CEDENTE D LOW PRICES - to wbion the entire atook has boon reduced - offrt- an opportunity - of "PuRuVASotNo ' CHEAiLY whLoih l10 tboughtful ptreaor should .ntgleot to avail themsolves of.: The beat assorted stock of ti lnerY, , Bonnets. Trimmed * -: Hats, WhC., in Hotham I1tir coapratlvely speaking,,be given away. ;Iiadieey Morning Wrappers, made ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

Amuction. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. At IIalfps:ta Three O'Clock. Sao. by Auction, ALLOT3IEN t' of L \ND, Situated at the ClUnor of Dryburgh and Erskine street, IIotham.hill. To Per'o ýs Desiriou L n in one the Boat and Most HIath.y Positins Out of lIol b urne. -. GREEN lhas recoved instructo'ns from S tht. owner to SUB13MI to PUBLIC i OMPETITION, on Sa urday, 23rd January, at half-past three o'cloek, All that piece or parcel of land having a frontage of Gl6ft to Dryburgh streor, by a depth of 70ft. along Er.kine street to a right of way. The above allots nt of land occupies the ilnest position on Hotham-ntll, having all the advantanes of'good drainage, ploaeant proapoct, tine views, realy communicatmon with Melbourne (omnibussee passing overy five minutes), and is an opportunity that rarely presents itself . Title-Crown cortificate. Terms at sale. J. Green, auctioneer, 82 and 8 Queens berry street. fHotnam. THURItSDAY,'JANILtY 28. Imoortant S1ta of a Cartntig Suburban ]lesideuco and 33 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

AGENTS FOr THE "ADESTIAER', rehea i WMr. L.on. 27 Qee.na? yet. r-4V drt. ..ebb, 2Brrod amw s . Carltons (Mr.3 Calendar S Eliubeth street, Mr. Aregory, Lygon street. : Branesarck : Mr. Eakeruall, Sydney road Coburg; Mr.~ Turaham. Sydney road.-. '2bllangwood: Mrs. McMullin. 194 Gertrude street. East Coliingwood: Mr. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. Fitzroy: Ars. Woodruff, Brunswick street. E1tham : Mr.,Andrews. Meidelberg and Alphington : Mr. O'Keefe. ..HS0tham Notices. TO WN OF HOTHAM. TENDERS will be received until Tuesday, . February 2nd at 7 o'clock, p.m. for. Carting metal, and hores work for 12 month. Specifoation at Town Hall. Thelowest or any tender not necessarily annopted. encloedwith the tender. A preliminary deposit equal to 2 per cent. must be enclosed with the tender. 'By order, ORHS. E. RANDALL, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Hotham, Janary 21st 1875. Bank Notices. EiNGLISHr; SOTNSI AND AUSTRA _-GLIAN CHARTERED BANK. HAY 3I?i?Kl& BRANCH. ELIZABETH STRIpV NORTT, NRAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

Companies, etc. 71/[ ETROPOLITAN PERMA NENT RUILD. . 1NIG and INVESTMENT SOCIETY. P'.cicoant--f. 1P. 8. altrot, lq. Vlc-P.c:iocent--J. Callaghani. Wl. ' Treaurcr--lI. I nayttnr, tq. Trusteeoa-Prod. e.lod, Prq., J.P., J. uavies, Etq., J.P., O. Turneir. l -- . Audltora--J. W. k.seary, frq.. D. OCrawlord, Nlq `'.0ommlttee--Mr. II. Tmpleto,. Mr. Oc'oga Clap. perton., Mr.'Orlando Fcwlck, Mlr. William Moor, Mr. James Mooueheon. . . S JBoaltori-Aftcd Brooks malleson. ?Erq. tSurveyor-1 ho as o.to, XEq. . B : nkere--Ortental Bank 0oipotation. e- oretary_-Mr It a. Aenson. OIlro-32 COLLINS STREET EAST, MIELOURINE Too rccent,lteirJt one m.do In, toe hulea of thle Bocicty offib dvantsge to boeroeore unequalled by any kin rod lupttutun. ; ?ho "pplletlon for adulvanece can be made at once and decided In a few days, no aeduction Cbelng made from, tho. ecompanylng table.. Special r. r.ngoments ca be mad. The borrower can redeem at any period. ' TER1S000 FO n VANCrS TITaN Y20eSTuCLASy " ECURITIls. . ...

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North Melbourne Advertiser AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1875 THE LATE STATE INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 January 1875

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JANUIARY 22, 1875 THE LATE STATE INQUIRIES. The Board appointed by the Govern. ment to inquire into the charges brought by 1Mr. Eaton, of the Public Works Department, against Mr. Wardell, the permanent head of that branch of the public service, concluded their labors some time ago, and the matter was dealt with -on Mouday last by the Executive Council. It is to be regretted that the result is perfectly obnoxious to the good sense of the community at large. TheMinisterstatesthathisdelay in bringing the matter before his colleagues was owing to the absence from the colony of Mr. Wardell, but as he will be away from his duties for another month, Mr. Anderson takes the opportunity, when nearly all the ministers are absent on a pleasure excursion in the s.s. Vic toria, to lay the Board's report and his own minute thereon before the Executive on Monday last. The only Ministers present were 7eessrs. Service and Ramasy, who, after some discussion decided to dis...

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