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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

SLEGISLATIVE ASSEnMBLY. Nortli Melbourne:. - Mr. G.' 1\. Prendergast, Flemington-road, North Melbourne. . West Melbourne.-Dr. W. Maloney, corner' Cnning? and )ryburgh streets, North Melbourne.

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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A PHASE OF PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

A PHASE OF PROTECTION. IT seems strange that while Victoria protects herself so determinedly against material, she should be open to the charge of remissness, in some respects, as regard men. We do not say that a proposal of the Imperial Government to transport convicts to these shores would be received with an aquiescent equani mity; but, at the same time, we are al lowing a number of foreigners to take certain trades and occupations pretty well out of the hands of our own people. It may be argued in a general sort of way that we should not either exclude or im pose severe immigration conditions on the subjects of a power whose relations with England are friendly, but when we are expected by strangers to place a livelihood at their command, when those whose home is the colony are needing every opportunity to earn the necessaries of life, it is surely time to draw the line. Every passer along the streets of Mel bourne must have observed shop after shop kept by Greeks as vendors of e...

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DIRECTORY. NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

.DIEOCTiORY. NORTI sANDWEST 3ELBOURNE. I iGISLATsiv COU\CIL. :hlemibers for Northl YX irraiP roinceo. --Mr. F. S. Grimwade, 34ti Flinders Iani, Melbourne; Mr. Williiin Pitt, 47i Collins-street, IMelbourne; MIr. Na thaniel Levi, Princes-street, St. Kilda.

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A NEW YEAR'S GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

A NEW YEAl's GuFT.--On Wednes afternoon information was conveyed to Constable J. Flood, who was on duty in Errol-street, that a woman had been been confined of a male child in the street near the North Melbourne railway station. The constable proceeded to the spot indicated, and found that a Mrs. Eliza Watkins, of Davies-street, Foot scray, had given birth to a boy on the path near Harrison's hotel. Mrs. Watkins is aboit 40 years of age, and this makes-her I?intht child. Constable. Flood conveyed thother and child to the Lying-in-IIospi al. T"lE Towns IALt, BULLR.-For some years past it has been the custom to ring the Town Hall chimes at midnight on the 31st of December every year, but it has been discovered-rather late in the day-that this practice has impaired the sound of the bells, and whereas they could forliterly be heard at the Fleming tonl Bridge, their present tones, unless there is a strong northerly wind blowing, are hardly audible at the intersection of Errol and Victori...

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THE NOVELIST. The Mystery of the Inn: OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

THE NOVELIST. _ The Mystery of the Inn: ot, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AN1D REMORSE. CIl{APlR XIIl.- COSrttLUOD. "Frightened at a discovery which might mean nothing end wha ight mht mean misery to a m:istress the day of whose marrisgo was ec.rcely a month away, t'he negro held his breath determtived to heat more.' lie nas immediately rewarded by catching the words: "'You are a brave girl, and my queen!' and then socmethin like a prayer for a kiss. or some such favor, a' Saseal to their compact. But to this she returned a vigorous 'No,' followed by the mysterious sentence. ' I shall give you nothing till I am dead, and then 1 will give you everything.' - "After which they made a move as if to separate, which action so alarimed the now deeply concerted negro that lie drew back in haste, hiding behind some neigh boring bushes till they had passed him and disappeared, Ihe out f the gate, and she thlrough the small side entrance into the house. This...

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IN MEMORIAM.—GEO. HIGINBOTHAM, Died 31st December, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

IN M1E3OItIA31.-GEO. HIGINBOTHIAM, Died 31st December, 1892. It has strode the annual chase- Iast yeqr-forgotten in the coming race, Forinew rir~olVslea lawt, power, an then- Andthen! obliviousnessf ofor pastgreatmen; Though from amongst us one who passed away, At the very portal of the New Year day, Shall not, cannot be forgotten,, But ever resound in remembrance's clarion Time'sfrun?pet~vil not, never c en-erase,i- The noble contour, the serenity of that manly face Calmly, with erudite counsel,the timidnerv ing; In advice, justice, dtty-in all unswerving; W\ith well-judged assistance to the sons of toil; Affection for the land of his native soil. No sordid actions, no grasping hipelf slf; Truth to the world, to the people, to himself; Anxious for the welfare of his Australian home; A-e,-?s--the sailor- fosrhirslhis on the tem. pestuous foam. A Statesman, upright Judge, a 3Man-where equal. Death's call, and the sorrowful sequel. \\ith all lthscqualities his career was fortified; Wi...

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SALE BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

SALE BY AUCTIo c.-Sydney C. Ar nold & Co., will sl by anuction, on Tuoes day, Jan. 14th, 1896, at 1 o'clock, on the premises, "i Holmes," 10 B3arnise-st., furniture, Bluthner piano, etc., on view Saturday, 11th Jan., 2 to 4, and Mon day, 18th Jan., 2 to 5 o'clock.

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Dec. 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE 1 POLICE COURT. MosDAY, Dec. 30. BeforoDr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie, Fogarty, McCarthy, and Car ter, Js.P. " nauxxi.' ... Kate Russell was charged as above. It appears she was so charged on Satur day, but was discharged, and got intoxi cated again, an"d consequently paid a recond visit to the lock-up. She was sent to do-two hours'--" cleaning up"' in tie police offices. UltAWFULt ASsAULT. Thomas O'Keefe was charged as above. Mr. Daly prosecuted. Josephine Hogan said she was a mar ried woman, living writL her husband at 9-I Buncle-streect. The defendant livel next door, and witness had to complain of defendant's conduct. Witness on Tuesday spoke to her husband, and O'Keefe invited, him down to the gate, and caught him by the throat, and knocked him down. Witness said: " Oh my God, is that what you wanted my husband for 1" and rushed to his assistance, whereon defendant bit her on the fingers-one of them to" the bone. -S ta'ý'r?'i"tryti'ht1Id"?dififtlifil tt...

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AGUERRA'S BRIDE. [All Rights Reserved.] [A LEGEND OF SOUTHERN AMERICA.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

AGUERRA'S BRIDE. [All Rights Reserred.] -4------ [A LEGEND or SOUTIIEtRN AiMEICA.] Dunes of sand--phairie grass arid, Billow-like-never a tree li?sig 1in ]t scsje rinvaried. Wailing o'er desolate sea Plaintive the plover's call, warning Mustang and wild deer, the keen Puma prowls. So breaks the morning Light, on the plains Argentine. HIere and there, starting with faces Gaunt and scarred, scowl at the sky Rocks, fitting symbols of races Wild and untutored. The cry Shrill of the uarsh-fowl, in greeting Pierces the Indian ear Wandering outlaws retreating Back to their solitudes drear. Dusk descends. Ioans the wind eerie; Riders twain, pass through the waste; Dark-faced the man spurring weary Horses. leside him, in haste Presses a fair girl. Hcer lauglter Stirs no response. Looking round, Something uncanny thrills-After, Both ride in silence profound. Ti. the grim Gaucho chief, dreaded, Wide-famed Agnerra, whose men Tiles tell, how he the sack headed At Aztl victor, and thern Dansesre ...

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PRESENTATION TO SERGEANT J. LYHANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

PRESENTATION TO SEiRGEANT J. LYHANE. A VERT pleasant ceremony took place at the West Melbourne Police Station, on New Year's ere, when Sergeant Lyhane, who retires from the force after 39 years' service, was presented by the constables under his charge with an illu mnin ted nddress,. - ihe rding was ap propriate, and set forth in suitable terms the respect arid esteem in which the Ser geant is. held by the men under him. .Mr. O. E. Hirst, J.P., presided; and the event possesses a particular local in terest, as by far the greatest part of Ser geant Lyhane's police career has been passed in North and West Melbourne. The Chairman in making the presen tation said the task might no doubt have fallen into abler hands, but certainly into no one's hands who entertained more kindly feelings towards the recipient. There were times of pleasisre. and pain in-neTon'rsliiveo ahd doubtless--the-Ser ega bt felt rianin leavinng-the-sceneooso many years of conscieutiously performed duty. His services...

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FLUKE IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

FLUKE IN SHEEP. ArrnornrasTeLv enough it is in Australia, the foremost of sheepi-breeding countries, where that worst of sheep diseases, "fluke" or "liver-rot" or "water-rot"- all three forms due to the one parasite now seems likely to be got under control. Fluke has loiig been known to be com monest in damllor marshy bouitr'y, and least conllnon on dell-drained high lands or hillsides, but the signilfcance of this was not thoroughly understood till the life-history of fluke-owasworked _int_by Prof. A.P. Thomas, of Auckland, New Zealand. The adult fluke inhabits the bile ducts of sheep, and there lays minute oval.eggs with thin, horny shells. These eggs pass with the bile into the bowel, and so witli thie dung to thegroind. If dropped in moist situations or in water, they go on developing for a couple of weeks, till the embryo is hatched. This embryo is conical in shape, something like a rifle-bullet on a minute scale, the blunt end beitng the head. It swims freely in water till it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

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EXIT 1895—ENTER 1896. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

-EXIT I895W NTER 1896.' Sixcie our last issue, the Old Year with its joys and sorrows, its catalogue of crime, and its record of disaster--hns become a thing of the past, and we have entered on another twelve months of the wraning nineteenth century. 1895, as the old German legend had it, has retired to the historic cave in the depths of the continental Black Forest, where the ghosts of departed years join a weird assemblage in each's turn, and recount their experiences of the world's history during the time their calendars were consulted as to day and month by man kind. Ever since our prosperity took into itself wings and flew away, the people of Victoria have been hoping that enach departing December would take with it all that is signified by that hate fol word "depression," but so far have hoped in vain. If it is a risky thing "to name the winner" in a race, it is certainlly folly for any man to attempt to attemlpt to read the sealed book of the Future, and proclaim what it hlas...

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Notice to Subscribers and Others. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

Notice to Subscribers and Others. In response to numetrous cnquiriets re are pleased to state that bac! Xum'bers of the CoUltcit slaty be obtained at the Ofice, 16c Queensberry-street. Should Subscribers not receire their poaper regularly pletse report same to this OJice. Inc ( aourier & a dUllltiir. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3oi,. 186.

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THE BALLET GIRL. [All Rights Reserved.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

THE BALLET GIRL. ttll Ritshts ltenerred.] _ ?-- .- BY CIIARLES JUNOIR. HIAInn BosxNE was tile only sonl of the senior partner in 1mi old established legal firm in Melbourne, where hle was 'ngaged as confidential clerk. He had travelled, was well read, nn'! though 25 years of age, had never encountered, till recently, any girl whose absence caused him the slightest concern after their first introduction. Dick Sheltield, his boon companion, was accordingly much amused when Harry one afternoon gravely told hli that lie hadl conceived a most favor -blo-regard-for-Miiss-Ltly-;S-rata, of.the Music Hall ; but despite his friend's raillery Hanrr was not to be disconcerted. At last disillusionment arrived in this way one night when lie went to meet his inamoraitat at the fall of the curtain: The Variety entertainment was of the ordinary description-one-fifth consisted of capable performers; and tie r0mainder of mere padding. The popular favorites were Lily Sorata, who sang ballads; and Sam B...

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BY MYRTON. Secretaries Kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. COMBINED JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

CRICKET NOTES. Secrelaries itnullU send in their Resultll not tlter than Tuesdly Ereniings, to secure insertion P1lease place same in Editor's ' By MYRTON. '::.:: NORTil MLELIBOUIRN' v CO BINED J. UNIORS." ; Tifs matich, which has been taun inunal fix ture for soaln years paost, was lilayed6 on the N'orth iMelbournei Recreation 'Reserv' on Xmas Day. What a number ofleading senior players' names can be enumerated who made their first appearance on turf in the combined-juniors' teamn in the matches that hitherto have been played,. i.e., the Beana, the-Carlioens.-tlh Fu esLtcher, Tankard, the Armntrongs, Chry.,tal, Jack Smith, and a host of others whose names for the time 'being havd escaped my memory. And probably in the match un?der notice, thire may be an embryo Jack Carlton or Harry Graham awaiting development. Cer tainly the lad (Noonan) who kept wickets gave one the impression that with a little judicious coaching-a hint or two from our own Iichnard-he would become. a really firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

DaEssIAKINyG.-Ladies! It is unwise to patronise big establishments whose time is too limited to nttendl to individual case'. but when getting new dresses mnade up for Xnmas or New Year, give tMiss J. L. IELtINGSG, of 493 King.btreet, a trinl, who will treat you with every considertiont, and lit you satis factorily. All new costumes and alterations of every description are carefully attended to - by her personaily, and finiushoi- in-t-hl l tet and most becoming styles. Her prices and term ar invariably moderate,-- Advt.] wick.st., Fitzroy, oppo-itc P'ost Office, daily gFsces expou 'iaouf l!£icvondcJ:tulaesiecc. Higheat testimonials. Fees, 11- and 2f-. Note above addreau.-(Advt., P??P ESTABLISHED 18048. ~STJ~SRIEED,..P~AL cOTAL ASSETS. iLocnl Diroctors: AUSTR2LIP RANC1 J;AES OSICND, Esq. _________________________ Qhairman, - UR IK:CEITDA'EE' AL~ AESFRMUHn. R. REID, X.L.O. AND . EWLL Eq.~,fd,/vý/ : I I" ANDW. NEWELL Eaq. - `WAgents "Wainted iFz p aq- wierc - Public Notices. (Registered...

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POLICE COURT JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

POLICE COURT JOTTINGS. There is a similarity between the North Melbonrne and Flemington Police Stations, in that both of them have no lamp to designate their character, but Flemington Conot House does not even boast a clock, and the Chairman of the Blench--who, by the bye, -passes an alphabetical epheniary existence-can not keel) glancing at the timepiece, and ever and anon exclaiming " time :is _on the wing. Fleminaton_ has the advantage over North IMelbourne in thait PI.presides periodically in the person of Mr. Keogh -a gentleman whom North Melb?urne people must remember-as 4ormer_clerk of petty sessions in this trwn. It is too late in the day for-us to congratidate Mr. Keogh on his present position, but we trust we. shall be "hanging around ' when Mr. Williams, our present C.P.S.; is entitled to sit as a stipendary magistrate. The extravagance of the "boom Ministry" is :well exemplified in the Government buildings of Flemington and Essendon, especially in the former suburb. " Th...

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ANGLING NOTES. VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 3 January 1896

i- ANGLITG NOTTS, VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. The Gaddiner Trophy, presented by Cr. J. H. Gardiner, of North Melbourne, was competed for at the Werribee river on Boxing Day, and won by M.r. T. Lsaiunder, of North Melbourne (who has now won this trophy two years in suc cession), wi:h 'three bream, weighing 3 lbs. i ozs.. : The Scott (Maiden) Trophy also was fished for at the Werribee river on Boxing Day, but no competitor weighed in the minimum weight, so this will be iiontetest for on a foutredate. TiI O'C nnr Tr'piy,-ihich was contested for at the Werribee on New Years' Day, was wonl by Mr. Baldwii itha 2 lb. 1-z brm.- A fair number of members competed, and the weather was fine and warm. Mr. J. Murdoch, lion. sec. of thie Victorian Fish Protection Society and Anglers' Club, took a trip to Echuca during Christmas week, but did not meet with much success with the rod and line. He tried the Goulburn, Campaspe, and Murray rivers during his stay. The two f...

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