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NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKET—COMING EVENTS. CARLTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
NORTH I\IELIOURNN CRICKET-COIMING EVEN PS. CARLTON CLUD. Out. 18 Agalnst S>uth Meolbourne, at South Milb urno, for ohalloogo cup Out. 25-Agatnst S uth Melbourno, at Su)th Melbourne. for ohallonpo oup Nov. 1-Against Sonth Mulbourno, at South Mehourno, for ohallongo oup Nov. 8-Against eoolong, at OCrlton Nov. 10-Against Molbourno, at Melbourneo Nov. 15-A rainst Melhourne, at Melbourne Nov. 22-15 against East M?lbourno, at East Melbournoo Nov 29-15 against'East Melbourne, at East oltbourne . Dec.' 6-Against Richmond,'at Carlton Dec. 13-Against Warehousemen, at Carlton Dec. 15-Againet Warohousemeo, at Carlton Dec. 20-Against-15 of St. Kilda, at St. Kilda IHOTIIAM CLUB V. Oct. It-Albert Park, at Royal Park Ooe. 18-East Melbourne, aecond 11, at ltRyal Park Oct. 25--Cast Club, at Caulfield Nov. 1-Wostd-Melbourne, at Royal Park. Nov. 8-W-arohousemen, at Warehouseomn's ground Nov. r15-South Melbourne, seoond 11, at SRtyal Park Nov. 22-Warehouseamoo, at Warehouse-' meon' ground sd Nov. 20-...
Facetiæ. SPUTTERINGS FROM "JUDY'S PEN." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
Facetiae. SPUTTERINGS FROM "JUDY'S PEN." A GoOD Place for Small Change.-A church collecting plate. EXCEPTIONa from Rule.-Gay bachelors, to be sure. Do people who habitually reside in Lisson Grove ever. hear much good of themselves P SLvas of. the, Ring.-Lodging-house lavices. Tue Late Meteorological Mistake.-Poor St. Swithin I .The umbrella makers swear they'll smash him if they get hold of him. .A CkAo is considered. a great gun in the Church. A'O?a-nMAacn" .'Vr .g.-a5 A gould digger' license. Tahe Flying Squadron.--Locusts. A vuar Young Lady Reader is infornied that the wearing of one of Messrs. Thomas Brothers' taper busk corsets is not neces sarily limited to Candlemas Day-it can be 'worn all the year round. ' OsN of the Tichborne Jury says' his days are numbered; that's more than can be said for the coming days of the trial. UNDECIDED Volunteers, when they pitch their tents, should not be in too great a liurry to say tar-tar to them. Son'e schoolmasters compare naughty children...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
nPublcations. rIHE NOIRT MELBOURNE ADVER.. STISER, CIRIULATING IN IIOTHAII, CARLTON, WEST, 5IELUOUIINE, IIEIDELIJERIO, IIWUNSWICK, COOUIIO, FITZROY, COLLINGOWOOD, ETC.. Published every Wednesday morning. The price of the paper is is. per quarter or 4s. per year, delivered, payable in advance. Singlo copies, I1. A?DVERTISEMENTS. Per i ich .. :.. .. . 3s. SStandin n otices, a per agreement,1, Advertisements received for each issue up to one o'clock on the day previous to pubs.! cation. Each advertisement should bear, upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. When no instructions are sent in reference to the number of insertions, the advertisement will be continued until coun tcrmanded, and charged accordingly. AlL orders to alter ar discontinue advertisements from Coburg, Brunawiok, Colliugwood,! Carlton, and Fitzroy, must be in writing, and forwarded to the office, 35 Elizabeth street north. I All communlcations intended for id?ertion must be authenticated by the name" '...
British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
British 'and Foreign.' CAPITAL AND LABOUR.-A movement has just been commenced with the viewof of keeping up the balance of power be tween capital and labour. An aggregate meeting of the employers of labour'has been held at the?Westminster Palace Hotel, under the chairmanship of Mr. John Rob inson, of Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Manchester, at which it was resolved, to found the National Federation of Associ ated Employers of Labour,: followed ,by the adoption of the following resoluhition: "That seeing the perfect organisation of the trade unions, their avoived intention of establishing an imperium ih imperio with a view to dictate the relations of capital and labour, as well as the enormous funds at their command, it is desirable that the efforts of. the federation should be vigor ously directed to the increase of its ,dimen sions, and thus to the provision of the' necessary 'funds for the promotion of its objects: and that, to this end, this meet ting commends to every employ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
lWedical..> ;4? S B ..J.. 0 II . I EK S (Late Royal Navy), EITRICI HOUSE, next corner of LEVESON 'and VIOTORIA STREETS,' HOTHAM. Hourn of Consultation 8 to 10 o'clock Mornings, t 1 to, 3 ,, Afternoons. 7 to ? o, Evenings. S [MEMDICAL CARD. t D.ýPA R D Mi Y'E R.S, 0'.D., '" ' Duly-qualified MEDICAL PRACTITIONER, - From Peru. Specialitice-Chronio Diseases, Cancer, Rhenmatiem,.Gout, and all affections arising from impurity of the blood. Diseases pecu. liar to females and children. 130 COLLINS STREE1 EAST. Patients visited attheir Private Residences y appointment. N7 ERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, and SKIN . 3?D ' L,.: ' DISEASES. Dr L. L SMITH has devoted himself for twenty years In the colony to the practice of thisbranohof his profession, while previously in England he was the pupil of and practised with the' celebrated Dr It. T. Culverwoell, the only medical practioner who ever exclusively adopted this as a sole branch of his profession He advises sufferers to lose no time, to at once arr...
CIRCULAR RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
CIRCULAR RAILWAY. &nbsp; The circular railway project is exciting considerable interest in North Carlton. We are informed that a public meeting will be called for next Saturday night, at Smart's Kent Hotel, to appoint a deputa- tion to wait upon Mr. Curtain and endea- vor to obtain a pledge from that gentle- man to use his utmost influence to promote the project. While on this subject we may mention that we have seen a sketch of a proposed line of railway with its ter- minus at the north end of Elizabeth street, which its promoters say would combine all the advantagcs of the Elsternwick scheme, namely, a minimum of land to be pur- chased from private owners, with a maxi- mum of accommodation for passengers. The line as proposed would travel directly along the Sydney road to Coburg, then out to Northcote and Preston, through to Heidelberg and Kew, and strike in at Templestowe, on the proposed Government Gippsland Line.
SCHOOL OF DESIGN, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
SCHOOL OF DESIGN, HOTHAM. There is every reason to believe that the movement to establish a School of Design in Hotham will be successful. On Tuesday evening last a meeting was held in the Town Hall with this object in view. The Mayor presided, and the attendance was both numerous and influential. Mr. Burtt, M.L.A., was one of the speakers, and strongly advocated the desirability of establishing such an institution, illustra- ting the advantages arising from it to the rising generation. Seventeen gentlemen were appointed to form a committee, and to take such steps as might be deemed most desirable to make the movement a success. This committee met on Monday evening, when a sub-committee was ap- pointed, consisting of seven members, who will collect information as the best method of establishing Schools of Design, &c. It is intended to ask the trustees of St. Mary's Church of England School room for the use of the room for the pur- pose of meeting in. The promoters believe th...
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. (Before W. J. Lobb, Esq., J. Tinning, Esq., J. W. Fleming, Esq., J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
RIIItUNSMWVIUCK COURT. W " DNlsi.lAY, Ocros?rU' S. (Before W. J. Lobb, Esq., J. Tinning, Esq., J. W. Fleming, Esq., J.P.'s) William Bradley, and Smith LRainadgo, .Jn., weor charged with fighting in a pub lic place, on Saturday, 27th Soptember. Sergeant O'Shannassy stated that defend. ants were seen fighting for upwards of lhalf.nn.hour, ad were told by sonOi persoon by to ,lbiist, but they would not. T1'o witnessao were in court to give evi. donce, but the dafendenlts pleaded guilty, mnid the benlch litned each s., and 6s. ttd. costs, w\hich wcere paid by the parents, who were in court. ,Tames Hfgagrty was summoned by constable tclKenzoie, for obstructing Vie. toria street, by- leaving a horse on the footpath. Tho constable stated that the neighbors had romnplained to him previous about the s?nme thing. The defendant cross.examinod the constable In a some. what abusive manner, and told the bench that it was nothing more than malice on the part:ol' theo police. Fined Is., and 2s. tid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
auction Sales. MONDAY, OOTOBER 27, 1873, At Twelve O'Clock, CLEARING SALE At the AUCTION ROMS, 73 COLLINS ST. WoST. 300 CROWN ALLSOMENTS. Beot Suburban Localities. -1 LEDHILL and Co. are instructed by S M. Moss, Esq., to SELL by AUC TION as above, teeo ollowing country lands, on easy terms.: Beveridge.-Allots. 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 12, 20, See. 5, each 2r. Beveridge.-Allots. 18, 10, 20, See. 10, each 2r. Oaborne.-Allot 20, See. 4, Ir 24p. Pakenham.-Allots. 3, 4, 5, 10, Sec. 5, each 2r. Donnybrook.-Allot. 10, Seo. 18, Allot. 4, Soo. 11, each Sr. Wallan Wallan.-Allot. 1, Seo. 22, r 31p. Wallan Wallan.-Adot. 5, Sea. 14, 2r. Wallan Wallan.-Allots. 12, 13, 17, Sec. 15, each 2r. Dandenoog.-Allot. 3, PFe. 23, 5a Or 10p. Dandenong.-Allot. 14, Sec. 25, 13a 2r 22p. Ballyhannassy.-Allot. 4, Set. 6, la. Ballyshsnnassy.-Allot. 2, See. 5, sa. Ballyshannassy.-Allot. 3, Sme. 2, is. Ringwood.-Allot. -, portion 18, 156a 2r Op. Buttlejork, Sunbury--Portlon 1, 19s Or. 30p. Sunbury.-Allot. 29, See. 20, Ir. Su...
A PRECIOUS "PET." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 October 1873
A PRECIOUS "PET." A middlle-aged female named Wini fred Pett, was charged, at the Heidelberg Police Court, recently, with &nbsp; being drunk and disorderly. The records of the court showed that Mrs. Pett had several times been convicted of a similar offence. She was now fined £2, or &nbsp; fourteen days imprisonment. Mrs. Pett was next informed against for using obscene language in a public Place. The bench thought that the "pett ' would be all the better of being "caged" for three months, and directed the sergeant of police to convey her to the building formerly known as "Wintle's Hotel," but more recently known as the Hotel do Castieau.
CUTTING FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
CUTTPING FROM "PUNCH." Wsrtose fault? - Wife (reproachfully): " O, Charles " (She had returned to the dining-room, wondering why he had not come upstairs to tea.), Charles (who has evidently taken too much wine): "V'y well, my dear I 'Sh'not my fault I 'Sh your fault! Cooksh fault 'Bisque soup was salt I ,Sh'preme d'la V'laille was smoked! And orange fritteresh 'tough as leather. What did Capt'n du Cane shay? Bad cookery cause of all sorts o' crimes. 'Shamed of yourshelf! " PAUsING and no mistake.-" 0, Auntyl" "W 'ell, dear? " "Why, he said, ' \Vhat's the next artiele ? '" "Well,. dear?" S\thyr he'sho otrtsah'iwoun riot article." A?eT and Navy Examination. - Q. What, on shore, corresponds to tarring a rope ? A. Pitching a tent. "Tutu Passionate Pilgrim." - E]nthu siastic Pede'trian: " Ant I on the right road for Stratford,-Shakspeare's town, you know, my. man. You've often heard of Shakspeare? " Rustic: "Ees. Be you he? " IIoste and School.-T'here is a book just now a good deal adve...
A 'APPY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
A 'Arry DAT.-Stout party (looking on at the at fresco dance): "They 'op too much, in my opinion, Arry." 'Arry (a connoisseur) : "Not 'a'porth They're bound to I " W?tar London Crushes are comning to. " 3ye the bye, Lady Crowder, have you net the Partingtons lately ? " " Not Air an ago I They were at my ball lnst night, but I didn't see thern. By the way, did you happen to ho there, Captain Smiythe ?" "O, yes Il Ejoyed tuyself inmmncsly " " ,, glad I "
Domestic Economy. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Domestic Economy. ECGG FnRTTERS -Poaud a dozen hard boiled eggs with a little cream, and a quarter of a pound of beef marrow; then pound half a dozen macaroons, uome bitter almonds, a little sugar, and lemon-peel; mix these with the pounded eggs, and form them into fritters; dip them into a batter made with flour, butter, salt. and lemon peel; fry them in very hot lard, sprinkle sugar over, and serve. Fisu Soup. - Take pieces of different sorts of fish, sttuch as salmno, skate, sole, &e.; stew them till telner, with turnip, onion, celery, ta clove of garlic, and a blade of mace ; then add some plain veal broth. simmer the whole together for half an hour; then strain, and skirn it free from fit ; season with salt and cayenne pepper, clear it with white of egg, and colour with a little saffron. It may he served to table with celery or rice in it, RArmI, PICKLS?NG O MEAr.-Roll the meat in a mixture of lo ounces salt, d ounce saltpetre, and olne onlnce sugar, so that all parts m...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Mliscellaneous. SMtOKIttG is greatly on the increase, as appears from an oflicial paper just issued. In the last seven months- the declareed value of uananufit ctured tobacco imported was £1,068,201, agninst £623,1588, in the corresponding period of the previous year. -Isno ??aneo Srv.-It was customasry with Marshal Bassomspier when any of his sol diers were brought before hint for heinous aflences to say to thetm, " Brother. you or Swill. certainly be hanged," which was a sufficient denunciation of their fate. A spy who was discovered in his camp was addressed in this language, and next day, as the wretch was about to he led to tile gallows, he pressed earnestly to speak with the umarshal, alleging that he had somewhat of importance to communicate. The mar shal being made acquainted with his re quest said, in his rough mannuer, " It is always the way of these rascals,. they pre tend some frivolous story merely to re prieve themselves for a few monments; however, bring the dog hithe...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, 22ND OCTOBER. A HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, 22NO OCTOBER. A HIDE AND SKIN MARKET.. During the past day or two, we have noticed that there have been a couple of men employed in digging holes on the Meat Market Reserve. On inquiry, we learn that this is being done to ascertain the depth necessary to go for foundations, it being in contemplation to erect the Hide and Skin Market upon that site. Now, though thoroughly concurring in the great necessity that exists for the establishment of such a market, we must nevertheless protest against its being erected upon the site referred to, in consequence of its being in the midst of a very thickly popu lated part of the city. There should be no two opinions on the question that the site most suitable for such a market, would be a portion of the large market reserve, containing' acres hpon acres of unused land, upon a portion of which'the Horse, Cow, and Pigslfarket is now being erected. It is the greatest folly imaginable to, say =that there is not a mos...
VICTORIA WARD ELECTION, CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
VICTORIA WARD ELECTION, CARLTON. Several gentlemen are in the field as candidates to represent the Victoria Ward in the City Council. Requisitions have been presented to Mr. Wm. Gledhill and Mr. J. F. Arnold, but the retiring coun cillor, Mr. Kennedy, has not decided yet whether he will offer himself for re election. Mr. Martin Fitzgerald, who calls himself the cabmen's friend, is also announced as a candidate.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Medical. RD : S . 'J ;. . . - O ; R I 1 .K E , ETTRICK HOUSR, next'cornor of LEVESON ?" and VICTORIA STREETS; HOTHAA. Honrs of Consultation-; 8 to 10 o'clock Mornings. .! , -,"1 to 3: ,, Afternoons. 7 to 9 ., Evenings. ' Il ERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, and SKIN i ý DISEASES. ' ' DrL, L. SMITH has devoted himself for twentyyears in the colony to the practice of " thisbranchof his profession, while previously in England ho was the pupil of and practised "''with the celebrated Dr R. T. Culvorwell, the only medical praotioner who ever exclusively -'idoptod this as a solo branch of his profession He advises sufferers to lose no time, to at once ; arrest the progress of disease or decay, bfore more serious evils affect and leave the un fortunate victim an object of pity. Dr'L. L. SMITH also warns the public "against the quackeries advertised by non professional men, and that those who resort to them must expect to be ruined in pocket andhealth.' If the taker of'advertised par Sticular nostrumses...
MUSICAL PROMENADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
MUSICAL PROMENADE. No doubt the musical portion of our readers will be very glad to hear that the old Head.quarters Band is now being re. formed. .Already the 'members are re hearsing, and being drilled preparatory to appearing in public during the summer months. It is expected the band will prove a great attraction in the gardens. From the known abilities of the gentle men composing it, there can be no doubt of its efficiency.
ACCIDENT ON THE SYDNEY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
ACCIDENT ON THE SYDNEY ROAD. On Tuesday morning, one of the Brunswick tradesmen was endeavoring to break a horse into harness in a small pad dock at the rear of his premises. The horse, after being harnessed, bolted, and after going at a furious rate round the paddock, cleared a three-rail fence and ran through Albert street. On turn ing the Sydney road, a dray loaded with stone was passing, with which the animal came in contact, and broke his shoulder on one side and both ribs, causing imme diate death. The driver of the dray nar rowly escaping being thrown under the wheel. Last week another accident occurred in consequence of the bad state of the Sydney road. A horse was thrown down, but fortunately escaped with little damage. Unless the Council do something to this road shortly we are afraid there will be a day of retribution at the next general election.
THE OUTER-CIRCLE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
T*IE OUTElt-CIRCLE RAILWAY. A conference of representatives from the local bodies of the districts interested in the construction of theo Outer Circle Railway was held at the Belvidero Hotel, Victoria Parade, on Monday afternoon. The object of the meeting was to arrange for joint action on the part of the local bodies. The following borough and shine councils were represented : -Fitzroy-Councillor Delbridgo (the mayor) and Councillor Rowe. Hotham-Counctilor r Laurens (the mayor). Williamstown-Coun. I cillor Pearson anod Morgan. Footecray- 1 Councillor Hophins (tle mayor). Brunswiok -Councillor Staley (the mayor) and Conn. cillor Stranger. Ieidelberg - Councillor Bond (the president) and Councillor Treno. wroth. Coburg-Councillors Chapman and Rea. Boroondara-- Councillors M'Donald and Illanksby. .lka .Tika-Councillors Bast ings (president), Councillor Beavor, and Hir. Mitchell. Mr. Curtain, M.L.A., for North Melbourno, also attended. Councillor Dolbridge, the Mayor of Fitzroy, took t...