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NORTH MELBOURNE 2ND v. FITZROY 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
NORTH MIELBOURNE 2Ds V. FITZROY 2sD. This match was commenced on the North's ground on Saturday last. Fitzroy's first re presentatives made a very good stand-Ross 62, and Smith 51--but the remainder, with the exception of Hocking 30, Brown 15 not out, and Anderson 10, could do nothing with the Northern bowling, the innings closing for 185). North started their innings very badly, the veteran Clucas being bowledafter making 3. The following is the score: FITzuoY. First Innings... ... ... 185 Bowline Analysis :-M-cClelland, 1 for 00; Campbell, 4 for 26; Molynean?I, 4 fo 9. NoarnTa MELBOURnE. First Innings. -Cl!ue-- b O'Leary "..., - ling, not out... ... ... ... 5 Carlton, not out . ... ... ... 1 Total (for one wicket) ... East Melborne arce making another at tempt for a record. Against Richmond they pat on 408 for four wickets-Peroy Lewis 117 (not out). Carlton are apparently striving in the same direction, as they have three down for 354 in their matchl against University, towards wh...
LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
IEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. MIclrose Juniors v. Ferndale on the former's ground Royal P1'ark. At the close oE the first day's play the result was as follows:-Melrosce Ist innings, 96--W. Montgomeric 38, IIH. Crosbic 15, F.Hiunt 14,W.ILoucl11. Bowling: -J. White 5 for 3i; J. HeIcron 2 for 14. Ferndale Ist innings, 31--S. Scott 14. Bowling :-H. Crosbie 0 for 17, P. Carroll 3 for 17. Melrose 2nd innings, 2 for 5i--W. Montgomery 31 (not out), H. Crosbic 17 (not out). North Melbourne Nondescripts play Foot scray, at Footseray, to-morrow (Saturday). Nondescripts's team:-Carlton, Clucas, Gar land, Howlett, Campbell, RIyan, Doherty, Molyneaux, Ming, McClelland,White, RIlundle
SPORTS DEPOT MATTING TROPHY. PARKHILL v. RICHMOND CITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
SPORTS DEPI'OT M[ATTING TROPHY. PARKIIILL V. RICHMOND CITY. This match rcsultcd iln a win for the former, the latter failing to put in an ap pearance last Saturday. Parkhill v. Kew.-Tnis match will be com menced on Saturday next on the ground of the lattcr (rear of KCew cemetery), via Vic torla-st. tram (red), and then horse tram. The following are requested to meet at cor ner of Flemiugton-.rd. and mBrugham-st., at 2 o'clock slharp, or be on the ground at 3 o'clock:--Burke, Pie, Keeuan, A. Madders, Conncllan, M?aloncy, Brooker, Jackson, Dick, E. Fox, Peachcy, H. Rutlcey, E. Rutley.
NORTH MELB. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE & FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
NORTH MELB. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE & FREE LIBRARY. TnE twelfthl annual meceting of the above institution was held on Friday evening. 17th inst.; Mr. J. S. Ridley (president) in the chair. The report, given below, vnas read by Mr. Jas. Kearneoy (treasurer), in tile absence of Mr. Geo. C. Arnold (hon. secretary), who sent an apology for non attendance. The report was as follows : "The Committee have the honor to submit for your consideration the Twelfth Annmal Report upon the affairs of the Institute. "The total attendance from January 1st to December 31st, 1895, was 22,557, a daily average of 73, which is slightly less than the previous year, when thie average was 83. Tlie Commiltee again have pleasure in reporting that there has been no infraction of the rules reported, the conduct of those who 1ise the Library and Institute being most orderly. "The Committee hare given very close attention to the financial position bf the Institute during the year, and notwith standing that t...
OIL EXTRACT & "CAKE" MILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
OIL EXTRACT & "CAKE" MILL" NoT long ago the Department of Agriculture imported a machine hearing Ile above name from India for-the pur pose of turning to account the oils that could be grown in Victoria in a manner hitherto unknown, and the apparatus on Wedneday afternoon was exhibited work ing in the presence of th Miinister i'6f Agriculture and others interested in the development of the agricultural resources of the colony. M Ir. E. Wilson, fron India, supervising The scene of opern lions were the premises of Messrs. Cli?f and Bunting, in Elizabeth-street, which were kindly lent for the purpose, and Mr. Joseph Knight was present as a Government export'lf~ie modus oper aadi, briefly described, and in popular language, is as follows:-The seed-lin seed, hemp, or rape-from which the oil is to be extracted-it was linseed on Wednesday-is placed in an elevator, and from thence goes into the crnusher, Tlviclitsfortned-of steel rollers, and-after being treated here, passes into a ...
"PERMISKUS PARS." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
"PERMISKUS PARS."J -4-e-- * (Br Rosx.nj The Income Tax forms are again with us, and as this is the last week wherein careworn citizens can concoct their "expenses " to set against receipts, the extreme pallor of a number of local resi dents is explainable. George Washing ton himsnelf (or rather Mark Twain, who went one better than George, in that lihe could tell a lie, but wouldn't) -perhaps might fill in a form with absolute impar tiality; but it Ihas been reserved for a North MIelbourne tradestiiai to show how a prudent person cai shift the onus of rendering a correct return. "Can you tell lies, Johnny?" he asked his son. "Never, Pa," said John, firmly, but re spectfully. "Then take this Income Tax form, my boy, and practise," said Pa, putting on his hat. w ,a . • When the "Alert" foundered, and Robert Ponting, the cook, alone was saved, Mr. Arbuckle leid of West Mel bourne, wrote an account of the wreck which was published in book form. It sold so well that a revised edition, wit...
THE NOVELIST. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY,CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER XVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
S THE LT The Iystery of the lnn; OR, THE DISCO8VERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREAaIIERY, CBRIME, AND REMORSE. :CoIAPTER XVIII.-(CoT ,,u.) ·oo ceo not proceed,' e aomurmured. "Pardon me,' said I; and assuming a nonchalnuce : nsa far from feeling, I commenced again. I hlad played swith her':'fears. .1 would play weithl them further. I would see how much she could bear. Iresumed: "Years ago, When I was younger and had been' mistress of this place but a short time, there entered these doors, one evenifig at nighltfall, a young couple. Did you speak, madame I Excuse me, it was your daughter, thoil" . '"Yes," chlimedtheo latter, coning for ward and. taking her staistd by the meother; greatly tO' tihe delight of the' gentlemen present, whlo nasked for .no thing better thlan an opportunity to ease upon her modest but exquisitoe face. "Yes, it was I. I am interested, that is all." I begain to hlate my role, lut went on stolidly.__ S"They wero a hanedsde pair, and I felt an interest ...
NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
NORTH AND WEST MEL BOURNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. Tue weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at the Town Hall, on Wednesday, 22nd inst. Mr. S. Barker, J.P., in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A reply was received from Mrs. T. Fogarty (Mayoress), stating that' she would not have the time to attend to organising a ladies' committee. iMr. Barker stated that Mrs. Smythe would be only too happy to attend to a ladies' committee.-Agreed to, with thanks. Mr. H. H. Bindon, J.P., was added to the committee. The offer of the Rose of Denmark Band to supply six performers, was accepted. Mr. Sholer's notice of motion, rescind ing resolution of grounds,was then dealt with, and after a little discussion it was agreed to take Howard's grounds again. Thle foiliwing additionnl- donationis were received and promised:-Bourke & Corrigan, £1; Hen. T.Brunton, M.L.O., £1; Mr. G. Tootell, 5s. ;MIr. I. Bitton, 5s.; Mr. J. Howlett, 2s. Gd....
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
CRICKET NOTES. S?ecretarieo 7ihd.lILselLin thLAeir.results not later thitan Ttesdal Erenailgsr, to secure inertion.- Plkase plaace sam.ia Editor's By MYRTO,. NORTH MELBOURNE v. FITZROY. THE sma oritjryof the fortli stpporter wiho attended the above matchl, played at Fitzroy on Satunlay last, gave one the impression that a disturbing clement was at work amongst them, if the anxious and worried look in their faces could be accepted as such. The reason was soonu known. The gallant captain of their goodly crew-the volatile licihard was paying a flying visit to Tasmaniar , and would not be back until the following Saturday. Howcvcr,n as a sourojon for their miseries, Ernie iean, who oflcieated in his stead, had the good fortune to win the toss, and sent tihe Fitzroy fellows in to bat on a wicket that eventually proved the correct ness of "Bcnnie's" judgment. Mitchell and Tarrant were the first to handle the willow, to the bowling of Jack Carlton and "Mape." Both batsmen started well, for...
Burns and Scalds. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
Burns and Scldds.-Carefully remove or cut off clothing. Avoid breaking any blisters. If injury be slight, and no wound exists, inmmerse part in cold water or a strong lukewarm solution of washing soad. If severe, cover at once with flour, or dliue oil and limne waterin equal quantities, and wrap carefolly in cotton wonol or wadding, so as to keep out all air. \ounds anld CuOts.-Waish the awound thoroughly with coldl water, see tlhant tlhe bleeding cnases, put the edges of thlo wound togethller, and put on strips of plaster or cold water rags. ITo stop bleteding, in all cases ramie thie liimb and apply pressure, either directly iver tihe wound by finger or rolled-up- inhaii ker ebiehareap. If the bleeding be brilght scarlet and in spurts, tie a bandage round thie liilb oai the side nearest the heart. An elastic gas tube, pair of braces, or garters, form good bandages. Apply whilst the limhl is raised up. Wounds of the head should be cleared of hair by cutting or ohaving.
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
NORTHI MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. lMONDAY, Jan. 20. BeforeDr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie, Fraser, and Bindon, Js.P. ASSAULT. Joseph Valentine was charged as above. David G. Stobie said that' hle was' superintendent and secretary" of the Benevolent Asylum; and defendant was aln iniate. On Saturday th?ep?risioner wvent out for a walk, by witness's per mission, and returned about 4 p.m. He became very refractory, and was put in a special ward. Shortly iatterwards Mr. Stobie was informed of a disturbance, and on entering tihe room whbere prisoner wvas confined, he was struck violently"on" the cheek by hlim. The defendant was then chargedl with assaulting F. Clanchly, a storekeeper at the asylum. F. Clanchy said that hesaws accused hit 'n-inmti ato and- he -interfered,-nd-the- - prisoner hit him with a stick, and swunug a tomahawk in the air, calling out :.. I will do for you." SDr. Lloyd:~'lhe conduct of the defen dant. was atrocio-us.*. He was :sinply an" idle, lazy, loafer, livi...
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. TIE usual weekly meeting of the above society was held at the Bull and Month Hotel, Bourke-street, on Friday evening, 17th inst. The President (Mr. I. Ferguson) in the chair. A fair attend ance of nlembers. Tihe hon. Secretary (Mr. J. Murdoch) read the minutes of tile previous meeting, which were continued. COnRESi'ONDENCE. From Mr. T. Sanderson, harbor mas ter, Harbor Trust, granting permission to members of Society to fish front dredges, &c., in Victoria Dock, on pro duction of member's ticket.-Received with thanks, and-secretary instructed to reply. Fromn Mr. R. O'Connor, relative to the state of the WYerribe.-Reeeived. Froli Mr. H. Bindon, J.P.,reporting netting in the Victoria Dock on Thurs day night, I(th inst. He stated that his son challenged somne men in a boat, and they threatened to give him his quietus.--Reeived with thanks and secretary-inetirdtie,?Lroeplyv - P5AVILION CO31IiTTEE. Messrs. Launder and Gar...
GARDENING NOTES. FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
GARDENING NOTES. S FOR JANUARY.i : FLOWER GnxDEN.- Dahlias and roses should be looked after; tho former re lquiring staking, disbudding, mulching, and watering; the latter to be pruned when necessary, so as to give a fine autumn bloom; .decayed flowers:.should be removed, ?and .-eery.mneansinsed. to render the plant vigorous. Carnations should be layered. KrrITcEN GARDEN.-This month is generally too hot and dry to admit of mnuchl being done in gardening opera tions. Where water is plentiful and easily applied, young crops should be watered once or twice n week. If rain or dull weather occur, a few cabbage, carrot, caulilower, savoy, broad and kidney beans, lettuce, pea, onion, radish, and turnip seeds may be sown; withl tilhe exception of pens and beans, all tilhe seeds should be slightly lprotected from the intense sun. Early potatoes should be planted for use inll April. Transplant leeks; put garlic and shallots in theshade.
THURSDAY, Jan. 23. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
TunRSDAY, Jan. 28. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Carter, Bindon, McCarthy, and Barwise, Js.P. - ASSAULTING HISt WIFr. William Taylor was charged as above. Catherine Taylor.said she lived with her husband at 84 Abbotsford-street, and on Wednesday afternoon he canme home drunk, abused her, and hit her on the forehead with a brick. He was con stantly illtreating her, and she could not live with him. She was taken to the hospital, and had the wound stitched up. Constable Hedger said hlie was called into Taylor's house, and took Mrs. Taylor to the hospital; and arrested the prisoner. In answer to the Bench, Taylor said he remembered nothing about the matter. He was sent to gaol for seven days; the last 48 hours to be spent in, solitary confinement. Bernard Ashbunier was charged as above. It appeared defendant had been drink ing, and came to the police and asked them to take him up. Hoe has been in gaol for a week imbibing "lwhitehouse" in the pce of "long beers," and. ap peare...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
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CIVIL SERVANTS AND THEIR LIABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
CIVIL SERVANTS AND TriEIn LIA srLrTINL-At the North Melbourno Court on Monday an employee in the Post Office Department, who was sued for debt, stated that he earned £188 a year, and was a single man without any claim on him whatever. The defendant seemed to think that he was very hardly treated, but Dr. Lloyd told himi thiat instead of being in debt hlie should have a balance in the bank. And it really does seem absurd that young mnn in tile Civil Service cannot live on tihe above salary, when numbers are mannag ing to struggle along without anything like the amount. Theretrenchling policy of the Government no doubt was notvery comnfortable for their servants, but they have not felt thle hard timecs anything like the general public. LocAL TA.ENTr.--\We Iare hl:d the pleasure of inspecting some sketches froii nature painited by Miss Mary Ca!!ana, of Haines-attreee, ortl Mel bournc, on guii tree leaves, for tile Belle Cole Concert Company. They were on VICfe during tle week at- amsek...
THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 24 January 1896
THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. Tie spectacle of a recipient of public charity ssulting the superintendent-of the institution in _hicthutlie rnier is sheltered, fed, and clothed; and also threatening to " swing for" another oflicial is a strange one, and is calculated to give rise to some reflections. As will be seen by our report of the North Mel bourne Court, this week, such an inci dent took place withlin the Walls of the JBenevolent Asylum, when Mr. D. G. Sxunmnswns struckintheface by an in mate, who also announced his intention of "settling accounts ". with the store man. There lhas been an impression abroad for some time that iidmissidn to tile Asylum is too easily obtained; and a few weeks ago Dr.F.'LLovn, J.P., a member ofI; the committee, warned his colleagues of the daig&r of t;kikng in undesirable applicants, simply because there--wer- vacancies:; and the saume gentleman observed a year or two since that he was afraid thie inmates were too much pampered, with the result th...