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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

Th:.riIALD9 of the present day are brought from Peru. This stone occupies a placo next thoe ruby, nod is a groat favourito with the public. These stones are full of defect., the smallest showing flaws whoen cut ; inded, the absence of n flaw is suffuloint reason for suspceting the gem to be a more imitation. The emerald is a beautiful menadow.greeoon, a colour most pleasing to the night, one that, while it fills the eye, does not fatigue It; but, on the contrary, if the sight is wearied by over.exertion, it is relieved by loolking upon this gem; and in, olden time the meorald had, with other virtues givol it, that of bolug oxtromoly beanellial to the sight,

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THE HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

THE HIAY LURIET. Hlothaam is to have an entrance from the Flemington road. A division was talken on Councillor Clarke's mnhtion at the meet. ing of the City Council on Monday, and resulted in a majority o1' 13 votes to 8. The following is the division list :-Ayes -Aldermen Smith, Collen, and Bayles; Councillors Lee, Kennedy, Blenjamin, Smith, Story, Curtain, Ml'lwraith, H1am, and Clarke. Noes-Aldermen Stewart, W\rgge, add Williams ; Councillors J'igdon, Fenwick, RIichardson, Aarons, an;tI'atterson. Ayes, 13; noes, 8; ma jority for motion, 5.

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

LICENSED VICTUALLERS. A. meeting of the committee of thie Licensed Victuallcrs' Association was held at their otlice, 72 Queen street, on Friday, at which several letters were read from country districts, expressing a desire to form branch committees of the associa tion, for thie purpose of uniting in the endeavour to obtain an alteration in the Licensing Act, to oppose the Permissive Bill, and generally to further the interests of the trade. The committee decided to hold a public meeting on the 17th July, with the above objects in view.

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ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

ELECTION RiUMOU1RS. Mr. Wlillimn levers, we believe, has decided to contest Canrlton ?ast 'or West, at the ensuing election. Mr. 1'. Lalor will stand for liotTanm. With the long array of names already announced there is every probability of an exciting contest,

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REMOVAL OF THE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

RIEMOVAL OF THE GAOL. The proposed extcszo;n of Cardigan stfeet, instead of exciting fclilngs of hlos tility among the residents of Madeline and Lygon streets, ought rather, as it seems to us, to meet with their warmest support, it only for the reason that the extension, if granted, would .bo the first step towards the removal of the gaol and other buildings, and the conversion of this noble block of land to a smore suitable purpose. "While on this subject we may remark that the removal of the gaol frotm its present position to a greater distance was recolllnlmlmded soItue years ago, and had it not been for a chango of Government shortly after, weo should have seen some steps taken with that object in view.

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COUNCILLOR RICHARDSON, CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

COUNCILLOR RICIIARDSON, CARLTON. The committee appointed at a public meeting held on Friday evening last waited on Councillor Richardson on Saturday afternoon, and having heard an explanation of the reason of his absence from the debate on the proposed loan, decided to call another meeting to finally determine whether the requisition requir ing that gentleman to resign his seat be further proceeded with. This meeting was held on Monday evening, at the North Carlton Hotel, and was well attended.. Mr. WVm. Gledhill presided. Councillor Rilchardson explained that his absence from that meeting was owing to a misun. derstanding between himself and Council lor Curtain, and that he had only received a letter which Councillor Curtain had sent him at Glenlyon, and which informed him that the motion was coming on too late for his attendance. Councillor Richardson's statement was borne out by that of Coun. cillor Curtain ; and on the motion of Mr. E. King, seconded by Mr. J. Coleman, it was re...

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HOTHAM BOROUGH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

IIOTHAM \I BOROUGII ELECTIONS. y1r understand that a requisition is in course of signature requesting Mr. E. Cronin, of Victoria street, Iotlham, to allow himself to be placed in nomination to fill the vacancy for tho Eastern Ward which will occur at the annual election. It is rumoured that Councillor Jelfs will not offer himself for re-olection. A requisition is also being signed calling on the Mayor to allow himself to be re-nomi. nated for the Western Ward, his conduct as councillor for that district baring met with the aporoval of his constituents.

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

IRELAND. LIEUT. DnEw, R.N., and Chief Boat man Jagoe, have been committed to prison, on the coroner's warrant, charged with wilful murder in shooting supposed wreckers in Littlemullen Bay, Connemnarra, Galway. CAPTURE or A HEAVY SALMON.--A few days since one of the heaviest salmon that has been taken in any part of the south of Ireland for some years past, was captured by net in the river Laune. it was a spring salmon, and weighed 49 lbs. DEATIt OF THE IRIsit LioN.-The famous lion belonging to the Dcblin Zoological Gardens has died at the age nine years. Five hundred pounds were offebred for himi two years ago. lie was considered a magnificent animal and many naturalists have offered large sums for his carcase, in order to have the hide stuffed. Loss or Six LivEs.-A pilot canoe was observed at the mouth of the Shannon on May 7, with six men on board making for a ship, as agale was blowing from VW.S.HW., and the sea was high. The boat was seen to be in imminent peril, and when within...

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AMERICA. DEATH OF CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

AiMERICA. DEATH OF CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE. A telegram from New York announces the death from apoplexy of Chief Juotico Chase. The doeased American lxawyer and statesman was descended from an old family in New HIIampshire, where he was born in 1808. After studying at the Col leges of Cincinnati and Darmouth he opened a private school at Washington, and with Anmerican versatility, applied himselfat the same time to the study of law. At the age of twenty-two he was admitted to the bar, and a couple of years after he commenced the publication of a history of the State of Ohio. This was prefatory to an edition of the " Ohio Statutes," which heedited with annotations. In 1840 he commenced his political career by taking part in the reor ganisation of the Liberal party in Ohio, its platform differing from that of the Demo orats in being anti-slavery. In 1849 he was returned to the United States Senate, and his success as a legislator, especially his determined opposition to the Nebraska Bill, ...

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THE PRIMITIVE METHODISTS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

THE PRIMITIVE METHODISTS IN LONDON. We have been requested to insert the followinq, which wa-receivod by the last. mail:-£ho meeting of the Primitive Methodists was held as usual at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, and' was fully attended, and which, in the opinion of some, was the very best of all the meetings hold in London at this season of the year. At any rate such was the opinion of one clerical brother of another denomination, with whom the writer scraped an acquaintance as we stood out. sido waiting for the door to open. "Ah," said he, " Ialways come here ; the singing does your heartgood." As on such occa. sions the singing is a great feature, itis as well to mention that it was conducted by the TVolwarth choir, under the leadership of Mr. Curtis, and that the first hymn 'Tie a joyful day we live in was given out by the Rev. J. Toulson. After this hymn had been sung, the Rev. T. Penrose engaged in prayer. Another hymn- Father of heaven bless Missions with great success. read by...

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Tales and Sketches. A CRUISE IN SEARCH OF A SLAVER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

Tales and Sketches. A CRUISE IN SEARCH OF A SLAVER. We had received certain information from a member of tie Aden native police that on or about a given day a large slave barque would anchor off a certain point ol .the coast of Arabia to the south-westard of Cape Mussendum. Our informant wa, - ,5.. w .o 5o.s 5. ., a -me or 11s.en ] he was a very intelligent fellow, and often acted in secret missions under instructioni from the Political Resident at Aden, and was invaluable where tact and courage were required. Hassen informed Capatin IK- , commanding the Hon. East India Company's'slip-of-war, Ramnuggur, that he had heard from a correspondent of his at Zanzibar that a vessel was about to sail for the Persian Gulf with a large cargo of slaves, and that her commander intended to drop in at this out-of-the-way part of the coast for the put pse of learning from his agent-who would come from Muscat to meet himn-whether any British man-of war was cruising about the Straits of Ormuz, which,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

AGENTS FOR TIHE " N'ORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISER." Hotham--Mr. E. Lyons, 27 Queensberry at. Brunswick--Mr. Eckersall, Sydney road. Coburg-M-ir. Turnham, Sydeny road. Hotham Notices. ~ ROOUGH &P IIOTTHAM' I IEREBY GIVE NOTICE that an OPEN COURT for the purpoce of REVISING the BURGESS LISTS for the several Wards of this Borough will be held in the Town Hall, Errol street, Hotham, on Wednesday, the 16th day of July inst., at 7 o'clock, p.m. Dated this 8th day of July, 1873. J. LAURENS, Mayor. 3ank Notices, THE PIROVINCIAL AND SUBURIBA BANK (Limited), SMIITH STREET, FITZROY. Capital..... ...L.. 00,000 In 2000 shares of L5 each, (With power to increase). Inoorporated.under the Companies' Statute, 1864. o It is proposed that only L2 10s per Share shall bo called up. A deposit of L1 per Share will be payable on application, and the balance in two payments of 15s each, due notice of which will be given. In the meantime it is not intended to call up more than L1. Directors Hon. ROBERT W...

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Scientific. FABRICS FROM NEW ZEALAND FLAX. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

Scientific. FABRICS FROM NEW ZEALAND FLAX. There are on view at the Waterloo Ware. house, George street, a number of articles manufactured from the fibre of the plant " Phormium tenax," or what is generally known as New Zealand flax. They num ber sixteen, and are intended to show to what uses the phormium fibre can be put in weaving it into cloth from the coarseness of sacking to the fineness of a damask table cloth. All the durability found in fabrics made by the common process is to be found in cloth made from phormium, and a glance at the specimens on view will at once show that the manufacture can be carried out with equal excellence. As yet the full value of the New Zealand plant for this purpose is not generally known, and with a view to spread a knowledge df its capabili. ties, and to raise up a profitable industry from this colonial raw product, a gentle man named Mr. C. Thorne, of 16 Mark Lane, E. C., London, (who is in noway connected with New Zealand), has ex pended upwar...

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British & Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

SBritish & Foreign. ,THE labouri question in Germany is oc cupying considerable attention just now. The agricultural classes are notoriously the last to move controversies of this sort, .but when once they begin it is impossible to say what may not come of it. These classes possess a representative committee .which'has now made known its intention .of holding meetings in Berlin, and all em. ployers of agricultural labour, all clergy. men, teachers, and other persons who take an interest in the well-being of their fel low men are invited to attend a discussion upon "a topic which confessedly forms the most momentous question of our day, 'and one in which the interests of society .at large are most intimately concerned. The following subjects are proposed for Sdebate-the emigration question, the school question, and the modes of hiring and re -quiting labour in the agricultural dis tricts. 'Wo IVOMi FrAcnBrE.-On April 30, the House of Commoms was occupied for :everal hours in ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

Miscellaneous. IIuoln PRICE OF A Soso.-In a recent sale the copyright of Hatton's well-known song, "Simon the Cellarer," produced the large sum of £409, the purchaser being AIr. J. W'illliams of Cheapside. Also in the same sale there occurred the following popular part songs by R. L. Pearsall, for which high prices were obtained :-" Who shall win my lady fair?" £85 10s.; "0 who will o'er the downs so free?" £396; and "The Hardy Norseman," £344, all of which were bought by Messrs. Novello, Ewer & Co. MoDERN INDUTRnY.-A Vienna journal contains the following announcement: " Anna Agrikol, sick nurse, watches dead bodies, repairs straw chairs, applies leeches, anl makes pastry, desserts, and delicacies." FAST, BUTr BRIGSANDIrSI.-AAmong the riders in Rotten Row the other day was a young lady wearing a black half-mask, a large sword with ia gilt cross handle and a cartridge-box slung ea bundoulidire. She was unattended by a groom. Is this a new fashion of killing the males ? WHrAT ...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

show early in June. SCOTLAND. THE MARQUIS OF LORNE has proceeded to Shoeburyness, to go through his regular annual drill as an officer of artillery volun teers. DOG FOR LAMB.- At the Greenock Po lice Court, the other day, a woman named Margaret Munro, or Lafferty, pleaded guilty to having sold to two parties several pieces of a dog, which she pretended was was lamb. One of the purchasers was an eating-house keeper, but the sanitary officers discovered the transaction before the flesh could be used for edible purposes. Lafferty was fined £10, failing which sixty days' imprisonment, the full penalty allowed by Act of Parliament. A MUSICAL FESTIVAL.- An influential meeting has been held in Glasgow on the subject of a proposed great Musical Fes tival in aid of the funds of the Glasgow Western Infirmary. Resolutions were adopted to the effect that the expenses should be limited to £3,000; that £1,000 should be at once subscribed, and £2,000 guaranteed : that the Choral Union Council shou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

r raperd etc. Noo. MC. fLtIVOESeti at 2s. Gd ar? . rhe. R . Abeheprodeen ', thetrad B WINTEBRi DRBy S E8 ES-y'c Are unequalled In Style, Quality, and Prico. THE NEW REPP IN ALL SHADES, At i?s. 4did per yard. BAXTER & CO.'S 1MILLINERY L Is still Unsurpassed; it Is THE, ADMIRATION OF ALL. BAXTER & CO. _ make Gentlemen's Clothee to order in the style which pleases, at such prices that satisfy the purchase. IMOURNING ORDERS Executed with Despatch at Baxter and Co.'o usual pricer. BAXTER & CO. are determined to maintain their reputation for Low Prices and Good Quality. -t BAXTER & CO. Invlto the public to call and see their Stock of fandsdrperialntb the anybody wilt be surprised at the prices. BAXTER & CO. are determined not to be surpassed, and feel confident that their princilple, CASH AND LOW PRICES, will gain public confidence. BAXTER & Co. 27 AND 29 ERROL ST., .OnI'I.AM. Miscellaneous. LASGOW BOOK WAREHOUSE 15 Collins street west. tOBE...

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A NEW GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

A NEW GOLD FIELD. It will be news for most of our readers to learn that a gold field is in existence within seven miles of Melbourne, on Zion hill, Heidelberg, and although up to the present we have no large finds to report, still the prospects are believed to be good, and the men at work express themselves satisfied. Surely, with so enticing a pros- pect within seven miles, we shall hear no more of the outcry for work, attempted by a few of our unemployed very recently.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

IORTRME MELBOURNE ADVERTISERI PRINTING OFFICE, 35.ELIZABETII STREET NORTH (A few doors from the National Bank). REYNOLDS and CO., Proprietors of the "North Melbourne Advertiser," desire to in. timate that they are prepared to execute every description of Printing, at Moderate rriecs, and with Neateess and Dospateh. POSTERS, CATALOGUES, PAMPILETS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, DILLHEADS. and other descriptions of INVOICES in overy style. FANCY PRINTING in GOLD, IBRONZE, and SILVER. REYNOLDS and CO., MACHIoNE PRINTERSo 35ELZAsme TI ScTREET NORTic. Auction Sale. IOTIIAM. SATURDAY, 12th 7ULY, At 4 O'Clock. Near Corner of Errol and Haines streets. Cars passing every five minutes. ALFRED COOPER has boon favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, on the around, those IIIGINAL GOVERNMENT ALLOTMENTS. Part of Lots 10 and 11, in BIaines street, near Errol street, and in the most rising part of Ilotham, each al. lotment possesses two frontages. Lot 1.-20 feet frontage to IIaies street, average depth 80...

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A MYSTERIOUS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873

A MYSTERIOUS DEATH. Dr. Youl held an inquest recently on the body of Patrick M'Namara, a labourer, aged fifty-two years, who died at the hospital on the 2nd inst. Michael Halpin, labourer, and his son, Michael Halpin, living in Carlton, deposed that on the 10th ult. the deceased was drinking in their house with a man named John Jordan, and another named Maurice Condon, and that Condon went away from the house first, and afterwards Jordan and deceased went away together, the latter taking Jordan home with him. M'Namara was heard soon after this rattling Halpin's gate, which he pulled down together with some of the fence. In doing so he fell down. He was found to be covered with blood, and was taken to Mr. Hardy, surgeon, and thence to the Melbourne Hospital. Deceased told Condon that he had received the injury by falling on the kerb stone in pulling down the fence. It was found at the hospital that deceased had a wound on the head. It was dressed and he was sent away. He remained at ...

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