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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873
Miscellaneous. Predk. Atkins. UNDERTAKER, BLACK CARRIAGE &nbsp; MASTER, FEATHERMAN, &c., &nbsp; legs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Melbourne and suburbs that hchns opened : the premises i 1690 BO'IRKE STREET, Opposite the Eastern Arcade, And having every facility for conducting FUNERALS - - In a most respectable manner at stated and moderate charges, would especially iuvite be reaved friends to visit his funeral establish , : meet. OPPOSITE the EASTERN ARCADE, NIB." Hearoes and Mourning Coaches for Hire. M O R D E N, S (Successor to J. Goddard,) !IGUIITAN, CONTRACTON, and CARTER, 28 LEVESON STREET, (Near the Hotham Arms HIotel,) IIotham. Contracts taken by the year. Waterclosets and cesspools emptied, and rubbish removed at thevery lowest charges. Pans emptied by the year. - A M E S 1W Y L I E, 'Successoo or to A. IIaddow, Q UI E NS D:E ST'R'Y, 8 T It B E.T, (Opposite Police Court). OATS, M.AIZE, IIAY, CIHAFF, BARLEY, &o. At Lowest Prices....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873
.?Auction Sales. TIIURSDAY, AUGUST 21. On the ground, at Three O'Clock p.m. VALUABLE BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. Victoria-street, Fitzroy. M/L I(OlOBERTL BYRNE has been favoured L with instructions form the owner to SELL by AUCTION, on the grounl, on Thursday, 21st August, at three o'clock p.m., Five very desirable building allotments of lond, havion in all a frontage of 10oft. toVictortm-street, near Nicholson street, Fitzroy, by a depth of 95ft, to a right-of-way at the rear. Title under the Transfer of Lind Statute. Terms Liberal, Declared at Time of Salo. .Amusements. " X . W. . ft A V E N I.v will exhibit his grand dissolving illustrations of "TIlE LIFEL OF CIItIST," on, the evesning of WEIDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1 S73, at eight o'clock in the WESLEYAN SCII(OLIROlM. Ioward street, Ilotham, on luhalf ofl the Sunday School. Lecture by the liRv. .1 It. FITCIIET.I hMusic by the Sunday School Choir. Admission : Ono Shilline. Tickets at E. thillier, Hatter, Queensberry street, and Chancellor &a...
LARRIKINISM. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873
LARRIKINISM To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-It is a great curse, in my estima- tion, that youths by their own folly have brought themselves into great disrepute, and are known as the larrikin class. It cannot be called a new thing to see a mob of youths standing at our street corners; conversing one to the other in language of a coarse and not by any means exquisite or polite for those who have oc- casion to pass and listen to their blasphem- ing epithets, and they even go further than that by assaulting passers by. Your &nbsp; readers, doubtless, will have on more than one occasion seen different letters in one of the morning contemporaries in which was recounted by the writers the different sort of larrikinism; and also giving an account of their leading such a life. In writing this it is not my intention to refer to those situated in the centre or heart of the city, but more particularly to those who live in the suburbs, and who by earning their living through the da...
COLLINGWOOD COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. (Before Messrs. Walker, Eade and Nettleton J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 20 August 1873
(Before Messrs. Walker, Eade and Nettle. ton, J.P.'.s) LARCENY. Henry Thomas was charged with stealing a silver watch and chain from the person of James Barkly on the 5th inst. The parties were present at an election meeting at the Royal George Hotel, in Hoddle street, and the prisoner professing to be sick of the twaddle and desirous of getting home, asked the prose outer to tell him the time, when he snatched the watch and its appendages and ran off with it. He was fully committed for trial at the September sessions. MAINTENANCE CASES.- Charles Ains worth was summoned by his wife Jane Ainsworth for maintenance. Ordered to pay 20s. per week and 26s. costs, and to enter into security himself in £50, and two sureties of " 35-each-to obey the order. John Wilson was brought up for neglect ing to maintain his wife Margaret Wilson, &nbsp; and an order was made for 15s. a week, and 26s. costs. ON THE HIGH ROAD.- Owen Growney, a lad apparently about 16 years of age, was charged by ...
FITZROY COURT. THURSDAY, 21ST AUGUST. (Before Mr. Templeton, P.M., and Messrs. Hails. Rushall, Kidney, and Tucker, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
FITZROY COURT. TnursD.?Y, 21ST AUGUST. (Before Mr. Tcmpleton, P.M., and MIcssrs. Hailes, RIushall, Kidney, and Tucker, .T.P.'s) IOIlSE-STEALIN?G.-Thomas Miller, on remand from Richmond, was charged with stealing a horse the property of WVilliam Bascden, in July last. The case was of a trumpery character. The horse was utterly broken down, and the prosecutor sent lis son, a boy, with it to a horse slaughterer. Wihile on the road there the prisoner met the boy, and gave him 2s. 2d. for the aninmal, and then ho took it to a knacker's establishment at Northcotoe, and sold it for 5s. The prisoner was discharged. AcOTIIERs IOliSE CASE.-.Tames Rea, of Coburg, was summoned to show cause why he had not obeyed an order onado by the Fitzroy bench of magistrates and delivered up a more alleged to have been stolen from aperson namedFitzgibbon. Mr. Edwards for the complainant, and MIr. Ramsay for defendant. The matter had been before the court on two previous occasions, and the history of it is t...
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., the Mayor, Lobb and Talbot, J. P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
B]lUNSTWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. Before Messrs. Strutt,.P.Mr., the Mayo r, Lobb and Talbot, J.P.'s. POLICE OeENCEs.--Jhn B3cith, a cab driver, was charged with driving without lights. Defendant failed to appear, and was fined 10s., and 2s. id. costs. Thomas ltcdding was lined 2s. Od., and 2s. lid. costs, for using a dray without any name or number thereon. The defenco was simply that he had borrowed the vehicle, and had not observed the absence of the name. Patrick Walsh, a contractor, was charged with removing loam from one of the streets in Preston, but the case was not proved to the satisfaction of the bench, who dismissed the charge. AN OLD OrrF.ncrE.-Frcderick Moult, quite a lad, was brought up on warrant issued some eighteen months since, on a chairge of fruit stealing from a garden, and remanded for a week to bring up the wit ncsses. A DnvsnUhE TI?a.--John O'Connor was chargcd with stealing a pair of boots, valued at 10s., from the landlord of the Post Office Hotel in...
FITZROY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
FITZROY COUNCIL. Wase?D.esni, ItUOUST 20. The Fitzroy Board of Advice asked that the valuator of rateable property in the town might be requested to ascertain the number of children between six and fifteen residing in Fitzroy; also that the council would assist the board to enable them to enforce the compulsory clause, as at pre sent the board has no means of ascertain ing the number of children within the school agoe, and it was thought that it would not entail much extra labor upon the valuator : the letter was received. The usual annual appointment of coun cillors to the various permanent committees was made by ballot. On the recommendation of the Finance Committee, it was resolved that Mr. J. Duke be appointed to valuo the rateable property for the year 1873-4; that in con sequence of the serious illness of the Town Clerk additional clerical assistance be provided; that accounts amounting to £33 9s. 1Od. be paid. On the motion of Councillor Ewing it was resolved that in the coun...
THE MARKET QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
TIHE IMARI.IKET QUESTION. For a considerable time past the giues. tion of the removal of the Wholesale V ege. table Market from lourke street to the Meat :Market Reserve in Elizabeth street has been under discussion. A great num - ber of 'letters on the subject has appeared in the columns of this journal. and we have on several occasions referred to the sub ject, and have strongly urged the residents of North and West Melbourno to use every eofort to obtain so desirable an object as the establishment of such a market in their district. Such being the case it is surprising that no action has as yet been taken by the residents to agitate for its establislhment. It is difficult to understand how it is that they are so blind to their own interests. The removal of the Eastern Market to the Meat 'Market IReserve would increase the value of property in the surrounding district a hundred fold, and. in a very short time the entire aspect of that end of the city would be changed to one of bus...
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
1BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AVousT 20, 1873. Present:-Tho Mayor (in the chair), Councillors Breeze, Tinning, Jarvie, Flem ing, Stranger, M1'Donald and Hutton. The correspondence read was of an un important nature. Payments on contracts and labor were passed, amounting to £100 13s. - Councillors Stranger, Staley and Breezo were elected members of the Public Works Committee, after severalineffectual amendments having for their object a dif. ferent constitution. For the Finance Com mittee, Councillors Clarke, Jarvie and Hutton were elected. For theLegislative Committee, Councillors Tinning, Fleming and M'Donald. Recreation Reserve Com mittee, the Mayor, and Councillor Flem ing. Weights and Measures, the Mayor and Councillor Stranger. A motion by Councillor Stranger to maintain the streets of the borough by contract was, after a lengthy discussion, at his request postponed till the end of the financial year. H-e also called atten tion to the fact pf there being 8s. in the accounts pr...
SCHOOL OF DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
SCHOOL OF DESIGN. The second annual mcting of the Col lingwood School of Design took place on Monday night, at the Court ilouso, John ston street, the Miayor in the chair. The report showed that the school is progress ing most favorably, and after the distri bution of prizes, the lads were addressed by Messrs. Vale and Bates, MI.P.'s., and by Mr. Roberts, the Secretary to the Technological Commission.
CARLTON IMPERIAL V. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
CARLTON IMPERIhAL V. NORTIC MEJLOURNE. A match was played on Saturday in the Univcrsity Reserve between the Carlton Imperial and North Melbourno second twenties. The ball was kicked off at a quarter past three o'clock, and both teams soon settled down to work. The respective captains weore Mahony for the Imperial, and Sceatter for the North Melbourne. For the first tenminutes the game seemed pretty even, but the Carlton boys soon proved'jual to their work, and before sides were changed succeeded in kicking the ball behind theiropponent's goalseveral times, without however, sending it through. After a'few minutes' rest the ball was 'thrown' up by. the central umpire, when it was imme diately rushed down to the North Mel bourne goal, and was. kept there for some time, the Carlton Imperial thinking- the game all their own neglected to defend their goal, and weore greatly astonished when 3Murray, of the North Mielbourne, by some smart play and a fine kick, secured a goal for his side; t...
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
FOOTBALL NOTES. Br Scmua aist . NOTHI M[ELIIOUILN V. WVILLIAMSTO1W5N. The footballers of the fishing village turned up in the Royal lark at 3 o'clock last Saturday afternoon, fully determined to aengo thoe defeat they sustained on their own ground at the hands oftho North Mlclbourno club. But, they found out to their cost that the North Mcllhournites were fully prepared for them, and were not likely to bo very casily beaten. The gamle onomceuced shortll after :1 o'clock by the ball being kicked oil' by th Yilliams. town, but it was very smartly sent back towards the goal, whore Carlyle secured it and bya neat kick sent it through, titus secourig number one for the local team. The ball was again kicked off, and again rushed back, this time only going behind. ..To'enamorato.tho differpnt chances for goal secured by' the North IMelbournites would take a volume, as the saying goes, suflice it to state, that, before half time was called thioo more goals. had been kicked by. Woods, Sutcli...
HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
HOTIIAM POST OFFIIE. TIMn OF LRIAIiANCe. 7.10 a.m 1 110 p.m. 5.10 10.25 a.m. 3.45 p.m. TIME OF LOOAL DIELIVILEY. .30 a.m.; 1 p.m.; 5 p.m. Money orders are issued at this ollice, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors in the Savings Bank. OARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS BANK. Mails are despatched from this office at 0.40 a.m. arriving at Mlolbourno at 7.44 a.m. 9.55 a.m. ,, 10.54 a.m. 2.30 p.m. ,, 1 20 p.m. 3.40 p.m.. , , 4 p.m. 4.40 p.m. , 5 44 p.m. Money orders are issued at this office, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors in the Savings Bank.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Wanted. TANTED an apprentice to the printing S bui Apply at the office of this paper. pat Government Notices. NOTICE TO PARENTS. SHE Father or Mother of any child born in Victoria, or the Occupier of the house wherein a birth took place, is required to give notice within SIXTY DAYs after the birth to the Deputy Registrar of the District under a PXNALTY of £10.-(16 Vic. No. 20.) District of Melbourne (North)-Office, Franklin street east Hotham Notices. BOROUGH OF IIOTHAM. T ENDERS will be received until WED NESDAY, the 3rd SEPTEMIBER nextr: For such Printing as may be required by the Council during the municipal year 18734. Specification at the Town IIall. By order, IILYAMI IIARIT. Town Clerk. Town Hall, IHotham, August 2Ith, 1873. BOROUGH OF IIOTHLAM. A PPLICATIONS will be received until Seven p.m., on MONDAY, the 8th SEPTEMBER next, from competent persons willing to undertake the valuation of all rateable property within the borough for the year 1873-4. The remuneration has been fi...
MADAME GODDARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
MADAMEI GOODDAl1D. On. Monday evening Madamo Arabolla Goddlrd gave her fifth anod last concert at tho Town. Hall previous to her provincial tour. This lady has most dosorvedly os tablished her reputation as buiug by far the most .tloteod pianist that has over visited Australia. Helr style of playing is perfectly uniqueo, and tho effoct i someo what marvellous. Sho was supported by Xlr John Hill ; the vocalists being Measdamos Cutter, Smytho, andt Signor Susini.
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
TIIEATIEI ROYAL. As we predicted, the " Flowers of the Forcest" ran the wholo of last week until Saturday, whou the " Grooeen Bushes" took its place. Mrs. Bates, as "Miami," plsyed well, and was repeatedly applauded during thenight. Some hyperorities flnd fault with this lady for assuming such charactors as "' Cynthia" and "Miami," because her physi. quo does not realiso their preconceived notions. Luckily these are but few, and Mrs. Bates need not fear arousing" their disapprobation. The "Green Bushes" was an unqualifled success throughout, and we were plo?sed to see Miss Carey aohievs another triumph in the lcharator of " oeral. dine." The remainder of the casto was a vcryhappy one. Mr. Troland, as" C.nnor." was very good, and the " Murtogh " of Mr. Grovillo rose far above the averago of thia gentleman's prefornmances. The mountig of the drama was very line, and the scenery was Another success scored to Mr. Hennings. The drama was followed by the farce " Never reckon your Chickens...