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LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. Cambridge v Melrose.-This mathh was concluded last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the fornner by an inhnings.and 23 runs. Cambridge 120; M1elcose 40 and 57-Thorpe 18, Rocko 10. Cardigan" v Grenvillc.-Played at Royal Park, and resulted in a win for the fonier by 2; runs.. Cardigan 85 and 54-Brooks 47 and 10, Finley 16 (not out), 1Reichel 12, Thornton 11, Thompson 10; Greniville h8 and 45. Brooks, 14 for 50; Thompson, 3 for 22; Thornton, 8 for 28; bowled best for the wiriners. McDouald and Brown did likewise for the losers.

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

Public Notices. S P A.A , B OO1E 2IC 'C L E- . from =q12 - lO s. For WEDDING RINGS, KICIEIEERS, DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE \ --.- '- ENI RINGS, JEWELLEIoY of ill kInts ,lECITAC~LS, anI ELECTRPLATEoWARE ,~'>.. / TOWNl HALL BUItOIhOS, S, ,?NORTH MELBOURNE. 'H'Watlches Clockoso ad Jewellcry '. ?loRepaired. All Work Guamrnteed. _Size Cards of Bings and [rices sent on application. 1YIHOLESALE TOBACCONIST iHAIRDRESSER, 55 Errol St., _______ l 1th. Melbourne. The Trade Supplied with any quantity of Tobacconist's Goods at the Lowest Possible Price. • JN~erhant TAILOR,) Na,' J. ~ 353 Victoiia-st. ERROL __________________WEST MELBOURNE) Street. G ENTLEIGEN interested in their personal appeaisce would G? do well to give us a trial. Our Clothing gives universal satisfaction, and is Unequalled for FIT, STYLE, aund WEAR. All Garments are Cut from the Latest Models, & Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. CYCLISTS, ATIhLETES, CIjAl?PIO1S of tile WHEEL; ""Ar. reminded that we Cater especially for thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

SPECIALTY. Are doing CONCERT PROGRAMMES & TICKETS At exceptionally LOW RATES. - Also all other--Kinds-of-- ¶~---s-T -.uclhas BILLHEADS, CARDS, DELIVERY BOOKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, &c., &c. It AIl & TI?OlvlsoIN, ..... "hourier" Office, 168 & 1W( 9ueensberry-st., North 14elbouie. TELEPHONE 1191. ~COLONNADE Boot gaaar, 1 ERROL ST., North lMelbourne. Try Leeming's-Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes, neat caps, 3/11 per pair; marvelloris' d' uo . ..." : .. Ladies' Glace Lace Shoes, 4/11. Button Shoes, 5/11. Ladies ¶' Reliable" Bals, neat • ? ~ ~~toecap, ,4/1L.. . . .':: .... <*Queen Button and Bals.,5/i. Ladies' Glaco .Bals. 6/11. Button Glaco Bals., worked Sbutton holes, 7/I. ?'? . Gcent.'s Tan SedanBals, 8/6.; Gent.'s Tan Goodyear 'Velted Bali, 12/6 ; special valie. Gent.'s Dress Bals. 4/11 & 5/li. Ladies' White Shoes, Lace anid Button, 3/11. REPAIRS a Speciality, aa?d Finished Daily Large Staff of Sl1illed RI airers Icept on the Premises.....

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A LOCAL NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

A LOCAL 1NEOESSITY. MosT people are well aware of,;and highly appreciate the luxury and neces sity in this southern and at times semi tropical climate, of :a cold bath. A houseo within reach of thet Yan.Yash reticulation that is not fhrnishcd with a bath is looked upon as a very miserable and uncomfortabhe tenemeit" and i0 is recognised as one of the worst things that can be said about aniimi's exterior aspect when dt is5 affiirmed. conceriing him, that "lhe looks as if he never took "a bath." ' Bathing is, when not in dulged in to tie point of indi~cretion, one of the most healthful and sanitary recreations mankind can indulge, in. Front the "header" into 15 or 20 feet of salt weter when tre swiinmer rises amid a circle of undulating foam, hissing and tingling pleasantly round his chin and ears, to the 2 feet "soak " in. the household bath, the contact of man awith water is ahinys healtlrful inad e.'joyable. To residents of marine districts the sea is handy--in the early morning, d...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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Notice to Subscribers and Others [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

Notice to Subscribers and Others Should Subscribers not receire their paper regularly please report same to this Office. In response to nuneroros enquiries ire are pleased to state that back Numbers of the Coutlti nia be obtained at the Office, 168 Queenoberry-street. $ 140 ( ,outliel' t? g dul tctisecr. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1896.

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WEST MELBOURNE LINE. BROWN BAND BY DAY. CLEAR LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

W EST MEIJJouRNE LINE. ,Enows' BAND HY :.L?Y. .CLSRYLIGH AT AuntlT. .; First Car leaves Quee?sberry-street Week Day( ittG.iL n.m..; Suidays at 1.-45 p.m*s:: ? ;:?? :! ?? .,- ; F.irst OCar 'leavo~ Flinders-street- 2b p.m . Last Uar leaves Queensberry-street Week Days at 11.Op.m. ; baturda?ys itt 11140tp.in. bStmdays at 10.15p.m. . Last Uirr lea'es ."Flinders-street Week .Dayis ab?ill . p. in; Saturdays it tii ? n.; ?Sundaytts at 10.35 p.m. Lonnectitn 'bmtte' atit Queensberry street ivith North Melbourne tran? Line, and transfers made without extra ,harge.

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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

MlETROPOLITAN . MATTING. TROPHY. Melrose Juniors v Cambridge.-This match was coanmenced last Sat Irday oin the ground of the Intter, and when the slumps were drswn the s~cres were, Melrose, 1st innings, 150-W. Stuekey. 7J. G. Jackson 38.A. Lecl., Osn? bredge, 1st innings, ? for 14 ... Travis, 3 for 1; J. O'Reilly, 4 for 87; ,ivere the most suceesslul bowlers for the Camu bridge.

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TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

STRAMvWAYS: .NORTHLMELlBOURNŽE LINE., Gnse' BAs O inDis/Di Gssse in IG • " ' ' " r'Nicirr.:. . ... . SmirO Car Iesveas Fleiuington .Bridge Week Dy.s at 4o a,.; usiinidays at First "Oar leaes llikdrs-s?teet--9 Week' Days at b.7 a .us. bsssidays at 2.5 p.m ... . . . . Last Oar leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 11.,5 p~m.; ustt rdays'at 11"35 p.m.;' Sundays atllAO pu.m.s Last .ar leaves? Flinders-atreet-- Week Days at 11. 0 p us .atitrdays ate 12 p.m.; Sundays at 10.35 pi.m, IFare from Flindera-street to 01qeinsu= ton Bridge d. Coinectioni mnadc at Flemington Bridge with Mooine "Podms Omnibus Line: lhrough Fare, 4d. LTransfers allowed at Queensberry-st., to: We?t Metlburne Line, indtdice rera.

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LATE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

I-LATE CUTS. Audi olterm?j arts " That s what's the mattlr. i Have you seen ltcanlt'i letter in the lerald. ?,Thoegh he stoops to Lathi qoototions lie gets there ail the osame. There must htve. been considerable mid eight oil burned in its compilation.tt The public ought to be satisited nov uis to where the line of a guieen rome in. "Mid-os" inoulges in some more of his in bored scurrility in last weeks Leader. "te otth protest too much." That George Stuekey woo a decided loss to his side in tle East Melbourne mhteh, hab been proved by his performance in the pre sent oae. - Carlton will have a lot of luck to sve a one Inoings defrat.1 ? s- *Aow'A ="l-illeyvelitile Yorkshirenms, f;ee, is just as straight as any curator in Melbourne, nrol I shall coit:nue to thiok so. despite the sapient gentlemen who cast an unwarented reflection upon him."- 'Felix" in lost week's Andtrolasion. -East shohli have been tuilct for laying a trivolous ceharge."'-.htstrltiu. SI saw the olay ot the last day...

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THE NOVELIST. THE Manager's Favorite: OR, The Tragedy of Carnleigh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. CHAPTER XXVII. AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

~THE NOVELISTC THE - lanllager'aF-avo-rite: on, The Tragedy of Carnlelgh Shores. A STORY OF THE STAGE. OHAPTER XXVII. AT RAT. For soveral days Mr. Amos. with all his aeaoteneres, was completely at fmult. He began to think that he had got more than he bargained for. -es visiled Mrs. Jinkson's esthblilhment, and interviewed thae worthy proprietress, but from her he learned nothing. The woman was ready to tear litande to pierres for having outwitted her, and she felt still more revengeful when she roeted tbat the thug little sum she was rtceiving for Johnnie's board had been cut nil. COenfoond the women I" said Mr. Amos, epitetfully, to himself, as he returned to his oilice after a day'a fruitless quest, and wiped the durt and the perspiration from hit fore head; "a man'a a lool to have anything to do. with 'em. According to history, Adam was in clover till Eve put in an appearance, and then the fat asas all in the lirol It w?as a mistaiae to make her. I've always said as." Tihe lawyer...

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MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL. BOURKE WARD. ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

MELBOU1U'~E OIlY OOU1WIL. 13OUItKI~ WARD ALDkAflIAN baznael Auics~ red1e~ 9Lh Ruv 1899 UOThOILLUILC Jnmcs D3 non rLtlr(,e lot I~toy 1897 Richord liowen 1898 Alex laic 3899 AosHs~OiiS Henry II Bindon John Lottey. hATe tJULL~CTU~ H bp.irko

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

"Courier" & "Advertiser." The above Papers may be obtaineid fr'om the following : Jas. Cooney. 12 Errol-strect. and Abbots ford-street, Nort h Mcelbouria. E. Lyons & Son. ln ]rrol-atructs, and Mhl rose-street, tNorth Melboturne; and larkuille. J. Craig, :3-1 Victoria-street. and carner of Rosslyn and Spencrstrtccs.WeC Mellbournc. - ii. A Coleman, 122 \'ictaria.street, North W. H.Watnwright. 1t Yictoria-street, 4north Melbournc, ANGLI~NG NOTES. Fislhing Tackle. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. Prices Reduced. IorEA3: M?ULET, TROUT, $ettNArrPPt TACKLe at Lowest Rates. Sundwtorms and Salted Whitebait. THE ANGLERS' DEPOT 364 Bourke-st.. Melbourne. CAMP HOTEL, Werribee. Good Aecomnmon t iations for FIsIIING anoi SttooTNs. I'ARTIES. Vehicles oa 0Hire for FisaItneo, SisOroINo, and PicNIC PARTItes. Best Brands of VINt:S an5d PIriniT kept. ItiIbhAtt TABLE. Post Cards attenoes to. W. BALFOUR, Proprietor. STRAND HOTEL, Corner North Road and Strand, NEWPORT, Opposite Punt. COnvenient to Boat...

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POLITICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

POLITICAL POINTS. Xs.os near-rtie same rush in tlhe Le gislative Aesembly to nve'rtake worli as in past years, anl the same "slaughter of innocents," in the shape of untonched bills.: When tire II,use reasse?mbles, how ever, we may be sure that the lessons of the December "skurry" wtill be thrown away, and the usual flights.of orstory indulged in-omostly meaningless-over the "speecl in reply." Shiils is one of the worst sinners in the matter of "talkee-talkee" when -'time is the essence of the eo,,traet." 4His speech in Worsen's Suffrage-iong, involved, and bristling with elaborate metalihors-was delit red at a tinme when metbers were bent on practical work, and was cited very much out of place. Oil "Nsat" Levi-who represents the North "iarPrsint-e in the Upper House, in company oiilh Messrs. Grim wade and Pitt-seldom says much, or it he does, the iarliame.ntary pressmen don't "take" hitt. " Nat" said that "sweating waus a pulting problem all over the wirl:l." There is not much papu...

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NORTH 2ND v. CARLTON 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

NORTH 2ND n. OARLTON S'n. Saturday last trnied out a miserable day for cricket, what with the wind and dust, and tien therain; but, nevertheless, the above match was continued. Carl toni with two wickets down for 47, were all disposed of for 157, maiinl thirough th? excellent beowlinig of Hafrder (3 for 23), Who was well assisted by Garland (3 for 47). Rogers .3, Rush 2',Ashby 22, Williams 21, Delves 13, andl?eares 10, were the chief contributors, with the exception of "saunders" 46; A re markable thing in connection with this match is that the tirst ive batsmen out of the Carlton played ihe ball on. and tour of the North have done likewise in the first and second irnings so fr. The North started their second innings, and have six- wickets-downfor - r 73,--to vard which Mlvineaux b1 (in dashing style), Harder ;1, R.?ai io, W. Carltn 10, nod Ming 1I ((not ouw), are the principals. The following ate the scores: NonTc 3tt?1LtOUttNE. F.irst innings ... ... ... ... -o51 Slcoid ignings. H...

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CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

CRICKET NOTES. Secretdries kindly send in their Resnlts not later than Tue'wlaui ,Evenings, to secure ~insertionr. Pleise plile same in Editor's B lyl T.ox. NORTH AMIELBOURNE 'v."' CARLTON. The weather on Sasidrdayl:ist, when the above match was c.ntinuted on tlio North Melbourne RLecrea init Re-crve, was not calculatd -to inspire-iciher :pl.iyers r spectators.wil the inlpressiiit that any thing like.n pleasant afternoou's cricket was likely to, c'ense. Clouds of. dust blew across the ground during the earlier stages of the game ; but a somewhat heavy shower of rain changed all this, nntd thereafter things went ln '" s mierrv as a marriage bell." Gerber 55, and Carlton 9, resumed batting.on an anlost perfect wicket, both playing with the confidence begat of rnvorable surround ings. Gerber, however, after adding 11 runs, just tipped one, and was well caught at the wickets by Ilastings. Hllowlt'it-with all hir-relrt-ngl6iry-fres?hl upon hinm-joined Carlton, and tie for mer soon commen...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents. THE TOWN PICNIC. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

CORRESPONDENCE` ~-4-- We do iot hold ourseives responsib: forl the : piiionsbf ratr Correspundents. . THE TOWN PICNIC. (To the Editor.) Sin,-I see by your report of the last ieeting.oft the North-llb.-Ibllrne Coon cil thnt the'Citiczis'jind qSchools' Ex cnrsion Committee have asked for a room in the Town Hall, for their meet ings. In connectido with this sdbj.-'t I woldlikds'tdo*l- k'thl'noewlho will'manage tlh picnic, to consider the advisability of early ascertaining whether another place, withequal facilities, and atnot nnchmore cost as regards the train, can be folind lesides Mordialloc. It is a nice enough place, but as intending tourists souie times say, " we have been ltere so often." If change of scene is not to be taken into account at all, and only convenience is':tohbe coniidered-then we ;lad better have the piiic in the Royal Park.-I amroetc.,; -IiiyEsxnDeS ExcunsIOisT. 5 Mff -' p ____-________________

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TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

To HIousrw?v'E.-Now that the sumnier weather is once tiore with us, io house should be without the ever .ffeutual Morteiu, as it is a sure destroyer of insects oh all kinds. It can be ob taiue4 of moost shopkeepers,

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POST AND TELEGRAPH INFORMATION. NORTH MELBOURNE POST OFFICE. Times of Clearing. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

PpST AND TELEGfl~AP~ INFORIvLAiIQN. Noorix MELnooo~io POST OFFICE. 'fiiucs of Cloar~ng. .: iOA~ a in., 1.20 p~in., 1.20 hAl. 447 p.m., and 1~.U midnight. Times of .Vchivery~' 7 h.m., 12.40 j l4~0pui~

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HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY. INAUGURATION OF LADIES' BRANCH AT NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

HIBIIPNIAN AUSTRALASIAW CATHOLIC IDENEFI¶lSOCIETY. I'eAUaOUnATIO'.-Os"Lenses? Bixc,'c ATNi knvi MELBoOUN~E A LADI ?S Branh of the ab'ove benefit socity was established in North Mel bourneo n Wednesday evening, the 2nd December, in Sh'Mary's (K .C) School hell, Victoria-street MrYtrW . _Brary, P.D.P., presided;: ian3lperfnccd the duties _pertainingi.to-the open n, cere ,uony. ; Having taken the chair, Mr. Bray was supported on his right by the Rev. Fathers O'Dohert~y, Walsh, and McCarthy, and Bro.D. Griffin Secre tary to local Branch of the H.A.C.B.S.; and on his left Bros. P. J. McNamara, Distiict Vice-President; J. Ryan, Dis trict Secretary; - D. O'Callaghan, Trea surer of local Branch M. J. Dalton, Guardian; J. P. Kelly, J. Minogue, M. Martin, and other memners of society. Bro. D. Griffin, to whom (assisted by his fellow officers), the credit is due for cstablishing this branch of theis ibernian Austrnlasian Catholic Ladies' Benefit Society, introduced Mr. Bray and the oither offi...

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 11 December 1896

:NORTH M3ELDOURB TOWNO COUNCIL.: Mayor, Mr J. Barivis, J. P SEastern Ward-Mr J. Gardiiner; Mr V .I:Fuller J.P Mr' J. liBrw s, JP. Middle Ward-Mr T.'0ogarty, J.Pl; Mr G. Carter; :'Mr D.Wadick. . *I W'Ctern'Ward-Mr J. . Steel, iJ. P. MI J. G. Petrie IMrI A.H.'Bepj.iii.'. 'Town Clerk, Mr 11. J. laindarll. MI 'te Collector, Mr \W.eariinev SUL"i}'r, Mr E. Melver. - eTIe-li" Ollicer, Dr Whitaker.- -Inspector;- MrE.:: Magnus. Oversecr6'f W6dks, Mr G.' iiican.

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