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THE TOWN AT THIS TIME. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
THE .TOWN ATTHIS TIMIE. Sosllr few yeirs ago a movement arose among a section of the North Melbournemo ratiepaYcrs-mostly residing,' or Ihavlnrig an interest in the .Eastern Ward-in favor of inducing the City to annex North Melbourne. The townspeople as a body were not very enamoured of the proposal; but its supporters were fired with an almost abnormal real, and tlhe "' Annexation Party," as it came to be called, preached and pr;nted, in season and out of season, the doctrine that on an otfficial connection with Melbourne Corporation depended the municipal and conummercial salvation of this town. Un fortunately those gentlemen, like many zealots before thenm, lost their sense of the legitimate bounds of controversy, and when it was found that the North Melbourne citizens were not prepared to rmsove-eit',ywards, withc!.ildliko-faith.as: to the inestimable advantages of such a step, the Local Council and its manage" Inent of the finances;:.ns well as the position of the town as rgard...
A.N.A. TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
S.\.?.,\. TOIOi'Y COrPETITION. Nortlh Melbourne 23 nld 9-,W. Crosbi, 30. C. Gourlay 1, v. Carltdit 7l-lcagaher 20 3Manwnaring 28 (not- oit), Shaw 22, ]ldi. deley 12. IBowling:.W. " C'rosbie, I; for 30:1; J. Dawson, 2 for 11. Crlion won by an infiiigs ,rioll'-,.;-orth baottcd tllre men short. i ,-.. • North. 3Telbournce Tridles ..i'.. Yarv,1:--i This match was played on North Melbourne ictreiitio 'lReseItre on Wednesday last, and rcsulted' in in for th fo t rmer by 4S rouns. North, 1O2'-Cluens :I3:, ' Trott" 17, C. Arm strong .II- Dolan 1::. nnd: E. ·auihder 12. battid wcll for : lNorth. Yarraville, i 5i MIates 15. was Ibe only ofne to reach. double lig ures, oi-ingl lo thIe eaxc'lent.bowling of C. Anistrong, whr tot 0 wicKets for 2; ably issistedl by Scurry,: 1 for 01; naid Dolan, 1 for II. , oruntr namlStephenls did the bowling fro.ar rinrllle .. :... : LO.0.Fb' Trophv.-'lfot?amn Union v. Loyal Fredleiiiek, won by fornier bv 101 runes. lotham Ulnionl0O! 0, 68---[c2orkcll :39 andi 1...
SPORTS DEPOT MATTING TROPHY. PARKHILL V. RICHMOND CITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
SPORTS DEPOT 1AT ING ThOPHY. P.LumIxLsL v. RIrCitroND CITO. Thie above match was continued at Royal Pa?rk.o Slaturdn lanst, nand when rstunps were dni?in thie score stolod ns'follo'?w: Parkhill, first inlnings,. 200, Second inn ings--A. Pie, lbw, b IIoolper, 14i, A. Madders. run out, 23;. F. lBurke,e ?c?oon ld,lb Hooper; 1; J.i Keenan,. not :lout. .GO;"l;. iFox, 1 iceDonaldt 32 ;i H.-R-utleyF- C-Ailler, b McDonald, 10; J. Maloney. b -IcDonald, 7; sundrics, 22; total forG6 wickets, 173.) Slichmon'i City; first innings, 149---Shore 60. .Millcr 33, Bedford 18, were the highest scol 'cin. l'echey,i i' for2.; Ma;loney. for 26; II.-Rutle'i y2Lor3; •lrooker, 1I for 27.
NORTH MELBOURNE 2ND v. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
NORTIt MIE?LDOURNE 2Dn : v. FOOTSCRAY. These two tcams had a very enjoyable game on the North M3Ielbourne Recreation lReserve on Satunlay list. Footseray were firft to bat, hut made a vert, poor show agitinst the trundling of IcClelland nod .W: MolyneaxL, both bowlers being in good form. .Copplcstone 17, Pitcher 14, and C. Molyeaaux 12, were tthe only players who reached idouble figures. The North 2od had nine wickets down for 187 runs when stumtps wercdrwn,towanis which Molvncaux 50 (rctired),Dohert ty 3l (retired), Rlodtle 20, Garland 21, O'Connor 18 (not oat), and Clcas 12 (uot out), oere the princilpal con tributors-well sustaining the form hitherto shown by these players duringt the present season. The unselfish spirit shown by Molyneaux andl Doherty in 'retiring to enable their comrades to "take a hand" in the game, is one worthy of commendation. Appiended arnie the scores: Foo?rcanr ... ... .. ... 71 Bowling Analysis :-McClelland, i for 29; Molynenux, 3 for 13; Garland, I for...
CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evening's to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
:CRICKET NOTES. .ecretarie. Undily Frrd in their Results not, later IJsu Tuerdaly reueings. to secure 'iuiertioi. ' Pleasc plcee p isa 'inEditor's SBox. . . ;. *^- '--' ^'TByo'ni;os,' .1::*'· ' O NiTiLI ME iOUli0 v ST' LDA)D., NOUTII. MELBOURNB cricketers have. caused inore,surpriocs than probably any other tean which has co6mpletcd for 'remoicrship hohors, anld certainfil their fielding'oii Satirdlay was one of the greatest surprises they haveas yet given us. Five-years ago, on the Carltoi' cricket ground, in that memorable run-get ting match, they put up a trcorn for missing catches; but on.Satnirdly last, on the St. Kilda cricket gronnd, when the above imatch was continuedl, they certainly out-llerolded Hcrol, catch after catch baing misscd with a delightfull frequency lthat t lait bcamiie monotonous--inie chainces being missal off Jack Carlton naice, and yet denpite alF this our great bowler bagged nearly,the whole of the wickets. There was again a very large gatcering'of Northl...
LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
LEEBING AND 3Ic3IASTER TROPHIES. The followipg are the results of the second day's play in 1st draw of the second round: Melrose 73 and 55, v. 'Peliocans 20 and 28 owecr 11, G. Langdon 9. P. Carroll, G for 16; H. Cmrosbie, 3 for 12. Won by the former iy 80 runs. Central 41 and 97-Pelzer 144, Dwyer 15, BHall 16, Newton 12, v. Ferndale 59 and 77 Fltiii38 (not out),GOrtnsood24, Rulent 13. C. Dwvyer, 10 for 34; Haill, 7 for 5s; Iane, 3 for $4; did the bowling for the Central. Won by former by 2 runs. North Melbourne Excelsior v. St. IMarv's. -Won by the former. Second draw of 2id round. -North Mel bourne Excelsior v. Central, MIelrose Juniors v. Ferndale. Pelicans walkover, owing to St. Mary's having disbanded.
NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
NORTH ANID WEST IMEL BOURNE' CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. TuR weekly meeting in connection with thie iove was' held in 'the Colmmittee Room, North Mellbmrnie Town Hall, on Wednesday evening, 15th inst. Cr.. . .G. Petrie, Vice-President, in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were readlanul cinlirmed. , 'Correisponldeic.-Fron F. S. Grim wade, M.L.C., granting Ins support. From North Melbourne Town Council, stating that they would write to the Chief-Secretary re proclaiming Town Holiday, on 12th February next.-Both letters were received: Secretary reported acquainting the Railway Departeniit with ille alteration of date ; als that lie wrote to Mrs. T. Fogarty (Mayoress), re forming a Ladies' Committee. Mr.'Jas. lergin stated tlat lie had spoken to a few shopkeepers about clos ing on thlel2tli February. . Mr. W. Shloler gave lintica of motion that lie would at the next meeting move: " That the former resolution re grounds be rescinded." There was considerable discussi6i...
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
VICTORI AN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY &.ANGLERS' CLUB., T' IIEu n sal weekly mecting of tile.h bove society was I:eld at thie IBull and Month hotel, lonrke-street, on Fridly evening, 10th inst. Theb Presrident (Mr.R. Fergnson) in the chair. A fair attend ance of nmenlbers. Thie hon. Secretary (Mr. .1. Murdloclh) read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were eonlirnlcd. CORnR.SIPONDESCE . .. Mr. Ii. O'Connor, of tile Anglers' Hlotel. Werribce, wrote stating that Mr. Weston got a basket of bream (7 lbs. weight.) durig the week ; ailso that M[essrs. De Chaneit, Timumins, and biskin got a fine lot i o Tliursd.iy. Fra, the Shire Secretary of Keilor, acknowledging letter from Society about thie slaughtering-lrouse nllisance on tihe Deep Creek and Saltwater river at Bmlravbrookl. He, Sated that as far as the Kellor portirn of the river was con corned that no uiisance ihad taklen place lately, lie saw some oelal and a few paucurhes in thIe river; also a pipe on the Bmraybrook si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
Established] [1865.' 73 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, Io rT o - IV 4elo 1 zr ne. A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles'suitable for Presents. Baskets? ih Great Variety. Agent for MIVadane TWeaigel's Patterns. and iice cer&a (on payment, the payee mruI tafix stamps equal tos-poundage) Stamlps uf New South Wales, South Australia, Great Britain, France, Ger many, Italy, and United States, are ob tainable at the General lPost Office, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding 5s. at one tinime. A commission will be charged of ld. on every 5d. worth of English and Foreign stamps purchased, and Id. on every Gd. wiorth of Interco lonial stamps. ES Sri.A.a3BI 7.ISZEE- i 188,F7. EXCELLENCE + + 4 ....IN , , , , PRIN$TING. 'ALL g WO(RK + FIRST-CLASS,. At Lowest Prices, i "" " AT * K&lt;AIN & 1 OMI0SN, 168 & 170 QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELEPHONE 1191, NORTH M~ELBOURNE. The following are some of our usual Lines:- "E~il1ureads, "Mhem~ora ndumnsx~ "EEan~dkills, Ciards...
THE FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
THE FLYING SQUADRON. " THE Flying Squadron, consisting of twio'firstclass ahisored warships, four fast and powerful cruisers, and six tor pedo boat destroyers, Ihave sailed under sealed orders, presumably for a tour round the world."-Age cablegram, Jany. 15th, 189;. They atecred for the rising sun ball, These twelve picked ships of a Queenl, Whom Waveland loves to vwelcome, And their cronws alert and keen. :'ow. they laugh in their'joyotis fer:or, And ectend wide their limbs long cramped, And rejoice in their new found freedom. From the weary rounds they've tramped. Watch the Russian bear skulk growliag, While thile German cagle flies . To retreats secure and dislint, Where no strangers cast their eyes. Ah! wvhere is the Dutchman's valor, And where is the French cockade As the squadrons lass' Not a voice stirs The anir. Intheirhomestheyhavelstayed. "'We had thought they were longing to meet us" Sighed the cruisers, in mood displeased, Totheir torpeldo mates,buttheseyoungsters : Only...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
PoeTAL NOTES. Postal Notes, from Is. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Ofices, but are only payable at any Money Order Office in the Colony, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Satuirdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage underls. Gd. .... ... sd. ,, ,, As. 6d .... ... Id. ..,, ,, .7s. Gd. ... ... 2d. S,, ,, 20s. Od.... ... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland,
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATJIYES' . - ASSOCIATION. TuE osal fr?nightly-meeting of-the--Neoth Mellbourne branch was held on Thursday evening, Ilth January, in tile lodge-room, Mechnnicj' Halll, the new president, MIr. W. Sholer. in tIhe chair. A commiltcc cossisting of Messrs. Shloler, Picktlt, Watt, GCrosbic and Scott, was elected to wait upon the business 1)pople of North Melbourne to secure their co-operation in tihe mattcr of the observance of the national holiday (Anniversary D)ay). Fo. our new mnembers. Messrs. Ioganh. Sitth, Wllite and Wells; were elected?, aod wel corned by Mlr. llcwittson, vice-president of the Carlton branch. - The balance-sheet for the half-year and the atditors report thereon. were adoptedlont the motion of Messrs. Watt and Colemnm. A shott discussion followedl, and much nsatisfac tion was expressed at the sound position of thel branch, which now hls a total of 315 members and a credit balance of £1012 ls. t,1. A further sum of £50 was passal to the trustees for inves...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 17 January 1896
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RECHABITEISM: THE PAST, PRESENT, & FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
RECHABITEISM: ToE PAST, PRESENT, & FUTURE. An Address given before the Members of tihe Victoria Tent, No. 9, by tihe (Jhief Ruler, Bro. STEPHEN BARKEI-, J.P., and printed for circulation by order of the Tent. Tan need of some form of fellowship is common to the human race. 3nn-and for precisely the same reason, woman is essentially a social animal. Isolation is social stagnation, and mental death. No amount-of Imterial accumulation- - will compensate for thIe absence of this fellowship or brotherhood. Timhe decla ration of old was "its not good for man to be alone," and we might add, or women either. Humanity everywhere gives undeniable proof of this. Society is ever the prominent factor in our existence. The social compact or union is the true conceptiomi of thespirit tlhat pervades those pearls of precepts: "Love thy neighbour as thyself," and "Do unto others as you would that they should do unto you." These pre cepts-old and venerable-stand out in their simplicity and swe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
Educational. THE NORTH 3MELBOURNE HIIGI SCHOOL Re-opens on MONDAY, JASUAnrY 27th. Vacancies for two pupils in the Matriculation Class-Sub-Matriculation Class now being formed for November Examination. Mrs. Tranmar and Miss James intend starting a Night School for those whose Education has been neglected. Public Notices. MVISSES MASSEY, Costumieres, 29 Hawke-st., West Melbourne. Dreosm (fit and stylc-guacantecd),cIrom9/G. [Established for many years.] Mr. WM. C. THOMSON, PIANOFORTE TUNER, Hepairer & Expert. gi'ost Cards imomediately attended to. OATI5'ArTIleN GLU'ARANTEED. &ddress: Thomson's Casedonian Bazaar, opposite Town Hall, Errol Street. BEtGI T' S TOWN HALL HOTEL, ERROL STREET, NORTH MIELBOURNE. -Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. McCracken's Beer. Wire Mattresses, Flock, or Kapok, Iledding, Cushions, Squabs, Scrolls, etc., go to the HIIOLESAL: 3AN UI'ACTUIER, JAS. A. MUNRO, CHETWYND STREET. FAcTonRY: IHOWARD-ST., NTTH. 3lELsOURNE. Opposite iBenevolent Asylum. M...