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MR. RAVEN'S DISSOLVING VIEWS OF THE "LIFE OF CHRIST." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Mn. RAVEN'S DISSOLVING VIEWS OF THE " LIFE OF CIIHRIST." The dissolving illustrations of the "Life of Christ," will b' exhibited this evening in the Wesleyan school-room as announced in our issue last week. The illustrations ano taken from Gustave Dore's family bible and represent every striking incident in the life of Christ. jBetween the illustra tions the childern attending the Sunday school will sing some very popular hymns, and each scene will be depicted by the Rev. W. II. Fitchett in his usual masterly style. The admission fee has been fixed at a uniform price of one shilling, and we shall be glad to see the room referred to crowded to-night. The views will be in teresting to adults, as to juveniles, and the evening will be well spent by those who have mado up their minds to be present.
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Amusements. TIIE OPEIA. Since last issue the operas of " Martha," the " Grand Duchess," " Maritana," and the "Ilohemian Girl" have been reproduced to very good houses. On Monday night Aubor's opera of " Fra Diavolo" wvas'pro? docod. It was an unqualified suocess throughout. Miess Alice May as " Zorlina" outshone herself, constituting this character one of the best of her performances. The other characters were filled by Meossrs. Beau moat, Lascelles, Johnson, Rainford, Farley, and Bell. Mr. Beaumont's " Fra Diavolo" has always been a favorite with the public, and it has lost none of its attractiveness. Mr. Lascelles as "Lord Alleash" could not have rendered the part more naturally, he was the self.conceited, pompous "Inglese Milord" to the life, such as used to make their native land a laughing stock before the middle class parvenues drove them from the field; his make-up was capital. Messrs. IEainford and Farley as "Boppo" and " Gin como" rendered their parts very suceessfully, as ...
SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
SALES BY AUCTION. We are requested to notice that Meossrs. Gommcll and Tuckctt will sell, to-day, a quarter acre of land in Carlton, whereon is erected a commodious family residence, No. 7.1 Drummond street. It is situated in one of the best positions in Carlton, and the terms are liberal. 'Messrs. Naylor and Co. will sell, on Tuesday next, September 2nd, by order of the trustees of the late M;r. Thomas, a most valuable frontage in King William" street, Fitzroy, on which is erected a hand some bluestone residence.
CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
CRIME IN NORTH MEL BOURNE, &c. Tie following extracts are taken from the Victorian Police Gazelle, 10th A.ugust: -Stolen from the person of Frederick A. Richardson, 5 Royal terrace, Nicholson street, Fitzroy, on the 20th July, 1873, a silver open-face gonova watch and a gold pin set with a stone hIaving prismatic colors.-Stolen from the dwelling of Eras. mus Lambrick, Park Cottage, Flemington road, Hotham, on the 14th Au:gust instant, a dark wooden workbox, 12 inches by 9 inches and f0 inches deep, containinglnay's English gold ring set with three blue stones and two pearls, marriage certificate dated 21th December, 1862, a small-sizo white hat and feather, and other small articles which cannot be described.-Stolon from the dwelling of Patrick It. Reilly, publican, Sydney road, Coburg, on the 8th instant, a cheque for £3 Gs., on the Commercial Blank, Brunswick, dated 6th Augýust, 187:3, and signed by "P. D. W\vlsh"; al'o three shillings in silver. -Stolen from the dwellhng o...
To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
To the Editor of the Adoertiser. Sir-The Legislature has voted the sum of £2000 in aid of the building fund of free libraries, and applications for a share of that grant will be received by the Chief Secretary up to the 15th September. TVe hare not got a " free library" in Heoidel berg, and I think it is high time that we made an ef'ort to establish such an insti tution amongst us. "Larrikinism" is spreading throughout the length and breadth of the land. Up to the present it has not made its appearance in Heidelberg, but we don't know how long we may be exempt from that curse. It has been said, and well said, "prevention is better than cure," and I don t know of anything more likely to prevent the development of larri kinism than a "free library." One of our parliamentary representatives is a member of the Cabinet, the other is secretary to the Treasury ; both of the gentlemen have a good deal of influence, and I am sure they would not hesitate to use their influ ence in our favor. ...
COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
COBURG. The Pentridgo Rifle Association held a meeting in' the Orderly room, Coburg, on Thursday evening last, to decide what should be done with the trophies and funds in hand. In July, 1872, it was resolved " that the rules of the association should remain in force for six months, and at the and of that time the winners of the trophies should be called together to compete for the ownership," but that resolution had not been carried out. Owing to the pau city of attendance on Thursday the meeting wais postponed for a week. Cap tain Donald has l, 2s. lid. and two hand some field glasses in hand. It is olficially notified that the telegraph has been extended to Coburg, and that an oltice has been opened, and is now avail able for the public.
LECTURE AT ST. MARY'S R.C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
LECTURE AT ST. MAlRY'S 1.C. CIURCH. On Tuesday evening next a lecture will be delivered in St. Mary's Catholic Church, lHotham, by the loev. Father Kelly, S.J., on " Queen Elizabeth and the Spanish Armada." The lecture will embrace some of the most important events in English history, and from the well known ability of the rev. gentleman as a speaker and a scholar, no doubt his discourse will prove highly interesting.
British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
British and Foreign. tailway sleeping cars have begun running. from Vienna to Munich, and thence to Paris. The cars are said to be fitted with every possible convenience and comfort. They are constructed upon tho most napproved plans, and patented by Colonel Manuu, of the United States, who is now in Europe, associ ated with Mons. Nagelmackers, of Liege, in developing their use in Europe. In a few weeks these cars will be placed upon many of the principal continental lines. Thocom pany for carrying out the undertaking is a lelgian one, the principal shareholders in which are English capitalists. The lead and color works of Messrs. Fer. guson nutd Co., Glasgow, have been totally destroyed by fire. The damago is estimated at botrwccn £20,000 and £25,000. One of the events of the clday in Paris is the tragic death of Mdllu. Pcpita Sauehoy. idlllo. Sauchey was onu of those numerous young ladies who have firmly established themselves in that demi-mondo society, the existence of which is ...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21ST. (Before Dr. Lloyd, chairman; Messrs. Clarke, Carroll, Laurens, and Aitkin, J. P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Police. JIOTIIAAI COURT. THOURSDAT, AunUST 21ST. (Before Dr. Lloyd, chairman; Messrs. Clarke, Carroll, Laurens, and Aitkin, J.P.'s) VAan.tscV. - Elizabeth Whitewright was brought up, on remand, on a charge of having no visible lawful means of sup port, and was discharged. The same indi vidual was brought ip on a chlarg of lunacy, and was remanded for a week. UsLAFU LASSAULT.-Lawvrence Sherry, charged with unlawfully assaulting a woman named Ann Wills, was remanded for a week as the proscoutrix was too ill to ip pear. JOUoNcD rOVER TO KEIEP TIHE PEACE. Ann Williams summoned Edward Ramsay Williams to keep the peace. Defendant was ordered to enter into his own rccog nisance to keep the peace for six months. REMOVINo SAND FROaM CnowvN LAcND WITHOUT A LIcExsE.-Denis Crow and. IRody Ryan were charged by the Borough Inspector with removing sand from Crown lands without a license, and were each fined 5s., or in default, twenty-four hours' imprisonment. Ryan was also fined Gs. for removing t...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, 27TH AUGUST. DEPUTY REGISTRARS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WEDI)NESDAY, 27TrH AUGUST. DEPUTY REGISTRARS. CONOSTDEUAnL notoriety has lately been given to the manner in which Mr. Deputy Registrar Reid, of Ocelong, has been performing the duties which attach to his office. The attention of the Attorney General has been called thereto, and Mr. Archer, the Registrar-General, has been instructed to proceed to Geelong and report upon the whole case. Some of the M'elbourne daily newspapers have been making capital out of this case and have suddenly awakened to what they style the culpability of a practice which has been carried on for years under their very nose. We can venture to say that a similar system of registration to that carried on by Mr. Reid prevails through out the colony from. the Registrar General downwards, and this has been known to the authorities, who hitherto have seen no impropriety in it. Mr. Archer is the responsible head of his department, but does anyone for a mo ment suppose that he carries out the det...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 25. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Borough Councils. IIOTIAM? COUNCIL. MoNDAY, AUvaST 25. Present :-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), Councillors Clarke, B]rwisc, Thomas, White, Carroll, Paton and Fogarty. COnnESPONDE'CE. Letter from VWest Melbourno Improve met League enclosing certain informa tion as to the reclamation of waste lands in Boston, and asking for the co-operation of the lIotham Improvement League. Agreed to. TIIL POPUL.ATION OP IIOTIIAM. From the "Registrar-General asking if the last census returns of the borough were correct, as they showed a consider able falling off as compared with former returns. Councillor Clarke asked the Town Clcrk if ho was perfectly sure that the figures and the total were correct. The Town Clerk thought so.' Councillor Carroll believed that it was most important that this matter should be laid before the public and the Govern ment in a proper light. Ho was perfectly sure that the population, if accurate sta tistics were taken, would 'amount nearer to 16,000 than the numbe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Drapers, ete. PUBLIC NOTICE 0 BAXTER & CO BEG to inform the public that .?':,having purchased AT A GRBEAT DISOOUNT A LARGO STOCR OF DRAPERY GOODS They are able to give some RARE BARGAINS IN HORROCK'S LONG CLOTH GREY CALICOES SHEETINGS DRESSES CLOAKS AND JACKETS FRENCH MERINOES ;-WEDs MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING SHIRTINGS BLANKETS TAPESTRY CARPETS. 0 The above Goods are now ready for public inspection. BAXTER & CO 27. and 29 ERROL ST., HOTHAM. Drapers, etc. MADELINE HOUSE. [EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS and ALTERA JI' TIONS. EDWARD CORNELL Bogs to announce that owing to the very ex tensive alterations and additions to his DRAPERY and CLOTHING ESTABLISH MIENT, Corner of MADELINE and QUEENSBERRY STREETS, CARLTON, Which are now in progress, and which will necessitate the removalof all goods, fixtures, etc., in the present premises, he has deter mined, in order to reduce the bulk as much as possible, to offer the entire stock, which is just now unusully heavy, at CEEARING PRICES For a...
STATE SCHOOL BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
STATE SCHOOL, BRUNS1WICK. A site for State School purposes has been set aside at Brunswick consisting of one acre five perches and one fifth, being allotments 1, 2, 3, and 4 of section 15, com. mencing at the junction 'of the cast side of Drummond street with the south side of Blrunswick road east; bounded thence by Drummond street bearing S. Odeg. 25mila. E. four chains twenty-two links; thence by .Parkside street cast bearing S. S?ldeg. Smin. E. two chains forty-three links; thence by a right-of-way bearing K. Odeg. 25min. WI. four chains twenty-nine links; and thence by Blrunswick road cast afore. said bearing S. SHdeg. 9lrin. -. two chnins forty-three links to the comnmncing-point.
MR. BURTT, M.L.A. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
IMR. 3URTT, M.L.A. To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-With reference to a paragraph which appeared in your last week's issue under theo head of " Election Rumors," would you kindly contradict it and inform your numerous readers that if the Elec toral Bill now before Parliament becomes law, Mr. .T. G. Burth intends to contest the electoral district of West Carlton with (as his friends assure him) every prospect of success.-I remain, &?., JArEs C. SHARiE. 5 Carlton street, Carlton, 25th August. [The election rumors alluded to were pro. valent in Carlton at the time they appeared in this journal.-l-d. N.L.A.] - .- .
Tales, Sketches, &c. THE BIBLIOMANIAC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Tales, Sketohes, &c. TIIE BIBLIOMIANIAC. (From the Englislhwonatn's Domestic MaSga zinc.) Fifteen years ago there were three students living the Rue Cassette, as in still more remote times there three Mus quoteers, and oven three IIoratii, and three Curiatii, though, thanks to what has been written by Niebuhr, improving on Do Pouilly and Do Beaufort, and by Sir G. C. Lewis in his inquiry into the credibility of early Roman history, the existence of these last is somewhat doubtful. Edward studied medicine, Fabian law; as for myself, I made water-color sketches, which I sold for three francs a-piece to the open-air picture dealers on the Place du Louvre, and wrote various articles at the rate of two francs a page for penny jour nals, reviews, and family heralds. I also carved monks' heads and portraits of fero cious gendarmes and Zouaves for whatever the generosity of the originals prompted them, or the state of their funds enabled them, to give me. One summer's morning, as th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Miscellaneous. .JOHN ROSIER, PREMIER BOOTMAKER, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; By Speoial Appointment to His Excellency Sir G. F. Bowen, G.C.M.C., 46 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE, Same sido as, and short distance from the Town Hall. [Telegram.] Sydney, Snd May, 1873. To anr. John Rosier, B]ootmakor, 46 Swaus ton street, Melbourno. Judges award Medal to you, saying "Highly Artistic and Beautifully Mado. Equal to Anything of the kind from the West End of London." Exhibition Buildings. J. G. KNIGHT. Solo Proprietor of the "'CANTERBURY BUCKLE BOOT," the "INSTANTER FAS TENING BOOT," and the "ELEVATEUR BOOT." (Registered according to Act of Parliament.) -The "Instanter" is put on more instan taneously than the ordinary elastic-side boots, besides which a sustained ventilation is pro vided for, so indispensable for health in warm climates. The "Elevateur" is scientifically con structed to augment thoheight of the wearer, and impart a graceful appearance to the fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
Auction Sales. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. At Twelve o'clock. CARILTON. COMMODIOUS FAMILY RESIDENCE, No. 74 Drummond-street, With Quarter Acro of Land. To Investors, Members of Building Societies, Now Arrivals, and Others. G EMMELL, TUCCKETT and Co. have re ceived instructions from A. Cumming, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 40 Collins.street west, on Weduesday, August 27, at twelve o'clock, That faithfully built, capitally finished, and commodious family residence, No.7.1 DRIIUMIOND-STREET, CAIRLTON, built of brick, and in a thorough state of repair. It contains drawing, dining, and sitting rooms, and four bedrooms, bath room, kitchen, (with covered-in back stairs), and servant's room, stabling, coachhouse, and outbuildings. Tile land which is an original quarter-acro allotment, is neatly laid out as flower and fruit garden, fully stocked with valuable trees, shrubs, etc., and has a frontagoe to Drummond-street of i6ft.,by a depthof 165ft. Cards to view, and any further particu...
COLLINGWOOD COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Wood and Hailes. J. P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 August 1873
COLLINGWOOD COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Wood and Hailes. J.P.'s.) THE DRUNKARD'S ROLL.-Mary Smith was fined 5s., or forty-eight hours' im prisonment, for being drunk and disorderly. MINOR CHARGES.-Mary Henderson, for insulting behaviour, was fined 20s., or in default seven days' imprisonment: Brid get Casey, charged with vagrancy, was re manded for a week. WIFE DESERTION.-Henry Townend, on remand, was charged with deserting his wife Ellen. The allegation against the complainant was that she squandered de- fendant's money in drink and otherwise, that she was frequently drunk and neg lected her three children, and that through her misconduct the defendant had lost his situation at the Government Printing Office, where he had been employed for seventeen years. It was further stated that the children would be provided for by defendant's mother, a respectable female, who lives at Footscray. Several serious allegations were made against the c...
CARLTON BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 September 1873
OCARLTON BOARD. The first meoting of this body was bold last week, when Plrofessor Irving was appointed chairman and correspondent, and Mr; T. O:. Iussoll secretary. Major Radclifel gave the use of the Volunteer Orderly tRoom for all future meetings It was agreed that the press should be ad. mitted to the proceedings of the board after the first meeting.