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HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
HOTHAM POST OFFICE. S TII OF CLEARANCE. 110 a.m. j| 12.10 p.m. I 5.10 .10.23,..m. 8.45 p.m. S TMO LO CAL DELIVERY. 8.30 a.m.; 1 p.m. 5 6 p.m. --Money orders are iisued at this office, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors in the Bavin' Bank. CABLTON POSP OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. Mals are despatched from this office at 6.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourne at 7.44 a.m. .9.55 am.. , ,, 10.64 a.m. 2.30 p.m. ,, ,, 1.20 p.m. 3.4,psa. 4p.m. 40p.... ., .., 5.44 p.m. L..Z y orders are issued at this office, and t- ieshal facilities are afforded to depositors '.la the Savings" Bank.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
-N ORTH- MELBOURNE ADVERLTIBER S1 PRI- NTING OFFICE, 35 ELIZABETH STREET NORTH (A fair doon from'the National Bank). prietors of-the Melbourne Advertiser," desire to in. that they are prepared to execute oVer dee ription of Priini g at Moderate Arioe, eac with Neatness an Despatch, S evernment fAtices. " NOTICE TO PARENTS. t_.r RI? - Father or Mother of any child born S . in Victoria, or the oceupier of the Shoue wherein a birth took place, is required 'to give notice within SIXTY DAYS after the birth to the Deputy Letrar f the Ditriar o the Dt under arNALTY of £10.-(16 Vio, No. 20.) SDistriot of Melbournae(North)-Office, 2 Franklin street east. ]otham Notices BOROUGH OF HOTHAM. Iln INDERS wil be reeived until TUESDAY, . 28th int., at 7.p.m. For formation of Munster Terrace For forming and channelling east side of Banale street, from Flemington road to Canning street. ;Specifiatons at the Town Hall. Tbe lowest or any tender not necesarily Byorder, .CHA. E. RANDALL, Town Hall, Hotham...
BRUNSWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14TH, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
SB3RUNSWICK POLICIE COURT. TuIfs5D.Lt, OcoiiUOI 14rn, 1873. (Before His Worship the Mayor, J. Staley, Esq., and .. Tinning, Esq., J.P.) Ah Chin, a mirerable.looking China man, who had been arrested the day pre vious by Constable, Murray, on a charge of stealing an axe, was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment. The prisonor, wlhile before tihe Court, shook and trembled like an aspen leaf, but immediately on leaving asked whether lie could not have his opium, which was refused. WzDNoSDAY, OCTroBER 5T. i. (Before - Sturtt, P.M., J. Stalcy, Esq., fayor, and Messrs. Tinning and Fleming, J.P.'s.) John Lewis: same offence. Fined is. John Appleby ; allowing horse to wan der. Fined 2s. 6d. and costs 2s. Gd. Thomas Harris, William Raven, and Christopher Davidson, were summoned by the police for driving without lights, and each fined 2s. (d. and 2s. (d. costs. Sergeant O'Slhannessy v. Frederick Machom; two summonses, one for dis charging firearms without permission, the other for shooting on Sun...
HOTHAM UNION CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
IIOTIIHA UNION CRICKET CLUB. A. match was played in the Richmond Paddock on Saturday afternoon between the Imperial and the IHotham Union Cricket Clubs; which resulted in avictory for the latter, chiefly through the fine batting of C. Scown, with 18; Byrne and J. Brown, with 17 cach. The fobllowing a?re the scores:- xorMac UNION. C. Soown, b Beaimont... 18 R. Suteliffe, b J Talmago 0 J. Murphy, 1b w ... n3. Ryan, b J. Talmagoe 0 0. Gillman, b J. Talmage 4 A. Johnson, lb w . 1 11 Byrne, b F Peake .... 17 A. Cattach, b F. Peak ... 3 J. Fitzgerald, b P. Peak . 4 J Brown, run out 17 W. Dellitt, not out ;. ... 5 Sundries ..... 15 Total 84 IMPERIAL CRICKET CLUB. Beaumont, a and b Suteliffe .... 0 IIolroyd, b Ryan ... ... 0 Goldsmith, b Stoliffe ... 1 Muskett, b Sutcliffe ... 3 Cook, o Gilman b Sutoliffe ... Peako, .b Sutolilte . ... 21 Fewers, b Sutoliffe .... ... 11 Player, b Sutolitlo ... . 1 Randall, b Ryan ... :- . 0 MIoKenzie, e Cattach b Ryan ... 3 Talmage, not out 0 Sundries, &...
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
HIIILDELBEIRG SHIRE COUNOIL. WIDNenD.tY, OCTOBER 16. Present : The 'lresident, (Councillor Bond in the chair) Councillors Fanning, Studloy, Trenowoth, Smith and Donald son. TEiNDERS. Four tenders were received for the reconstruction of Templcstowo bridge in accordance with pIans and specifications prepared by Mr. Ilawlinson,, C.I., who was present at the mncoting. The tenders were opened in tie follawing order: lst, Daiglish and On., 1:1,740 Is. 8d. 2nd, Smith and Co., £4,270 1lis. Od.; 3rd, Turnbull and Co., A£4,575; 4th, Chas. G. Millar, £3,4193. Councillor Studloy: "Well,itis veryox traordinary that even the lowelt tender is nearly a thousand pounds above the esti mate. Have I qa got any borrowing powers P" The ee?etanry: "No yon have not," Copncillor S?uiley : "I thiinlk Itore is nothing fdor it but tn go to Mr., Gillies, and ask hlit for 1,5t001 more in addition .to the thlusanld already promiised." Councillor Donaldson :. " I don't see that there is anythinp plse to be dne." -...
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 15. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. MonDAY, Oct. 15. Present:-:Ils Worship the ,Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Stranger, MneDonald, BIreeze, Clarke, Fleming, Tinning and Jarvie. CORRESPONDENCE. -From the Shire of Jika, enclosing memorial from that body to the Com. missioner of Railways, in favor of the outer circle line of railway, and asking the co-operation of the Council. Received. From the Clerk of the Coburg Road Board, stating that that body did not consider itself liable for any compensation in connection with Maguire's accident; also agreeing to the expenditure of £55 on the Moreland road. TENDERS. Two tenders for repairs on Mforeland road were opened, but were eot accepted. Fresh tenders wero ordered to be called for this work, and the clerk was instructed to obtain the sanction of the Coburg Road Board thereto. VALUE1.' Mr. Pearson was appointed valuer for the Borough for the ensuing twelve months. RATS] COLLECTOR, •Mr. Parnell, Itate Collector, was like. wise appointed Valuer. I'UI...
CARLTON MUTUAL PERMANENT BUILDING, SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
CARLTON MUTUAL PERMANENT BUILDING; SOCIETY. In our last issue we announced the re ceipt of tho fourth anonul report of the society, ani now proceed to examine its past prgress and present position, IFrom the balanco.sheet now before us, duly certified to by the society's own auditors, and very favorably reported upon' by. Mr. I. ThQwoon, I? (.., wq find that accordinq to the mutual principles of the society the surplus profits have at the end of the fourth year just terminated been divided. equally between the investing andborrow ing members. This distribution, which is based on a most equitable principle, gives to the shares held for the four years a bonus of £1 is. 9d. per share. Tbho in vestor, who has already received eight per cent. per annum, has now a bonus of the above value per share in addition thereto, and the borrower has a bonus now placed .to his credit of £1 9s. 9d. for every share ,which he borrowed four years ago, and now begins to realise the double advantage which...
COBURG QUADRILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
COBUMIG QUADRILLE CLUB. The members of the Coburg Quadrille Club will bring the season to a termination on Wednesday evening next by a grand assembly, which is to be held in the Orderly.room. Every exertion will be made by theclub to make the aflidr a great success. The room is to be gaily decorated, and abundance of refreshments provided. It will be seen byouradvertising columns that the prices for admission is fixed as low as Gs., and as the members of the club intimate their intention of engaging a first class band for the occasion, no doubt our dancing friends will enjoy a very pleasant evening.
Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Facetiae. \Vonaowoon-Ceoftins. IF' your tent is waterproof you should pitch it.' 'TPE man who works with a will-The Probate Judge. A CALIONIorA jury, in a' suicide case, lately returned the following, verdict: " We, the jury, find tht t deceased was a fool." Josls BuILLINGS says, " When you strike ie, stop boring; maoy a man has bored clean thru, and. let all the ile run out at the bottom." A Sc?Ioors, BIonaD Imember said, " Now, who loves all men ?" The question'was hanrdly put before sa little girl answered quickly, "Aunt It- ." Jossl BIsr.,.i?ns says, "' Give the devil his' due', reads well cnough in a proverb ; but what will become of you and me if this' arranemlent be carrisd mlt?" " KCrt:AroMI:ATArTIRtlN."--This was the note sent by3 :a fitroser to the school teacher in the potato-digging se.son, to explain his boy's absence from schoold. A' sununs,s.s justi;e recently settled a' case in which a boy committed an assault with a pistol, by commni:ting the lad, and ordering the p...
ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
ARRIVAL . o' THE EUROPEAN MAIL. Tu?n following are extracts from our lEng lish files: Tin: Shah has arrived at Constantinople. At Bl indisi he was received by the civil and ndlitary authorities, to whom he ex. pressed his appreciation of the kindness he had experienced at the hands of Victor Enomnuel and his people. Til: prizes to the winning detachments at Shoeluryness have been distributed. The meesting was charaterised by Colonel IIHarcourl, the President of the Association, as the best they had ever had. Ti'o: s1te MJr. J. T. Foster, who was killed in the railwavy accident at Wigan, had insured his life in the Eagle Insurance Company for £5,000, and although but one premium had been paid, the represent atives of the deceased will reap the benefit of his forethought. AIR. ODGER lhsanndunced his intention of contesting Southwark at the next election. Tin members of the various naval clubs in the metropolis have assumed the initia. tive with a view of collecting sufficient finds wh...
THE YAN YEAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
THE YAN YEAN. .The Yan Yean supply is about to be considerably augmented in Melbourne and the northern suburbs: Active operations are now being carried, ona in Coburg for aying?on-annolr-maop-to eonnecwtwith the present` bnein -'Mflbourne. During the past week a gang of sixty men have been busily employed laying down an eighteen inch main from Bell street, Coburg, which will join the one already laid down near the Artillery Hotel. The work up to the present cannot be pro ceeded with very rapidly, owing to a bed of rock having to be excavated in the pipe track, but when this portion of the track is through the work will be pushed forward with much greater speed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
1Publications.:, iIIE NO~RTE MELBOURINE ADVER. ,... TISER, .. CIICU.LATINrl . iN.; IIOTAMI, CARLTON, W. EST S.iELDOURNiS, lIEIDELIEIIG, . ]UNSWICK, c.U.. no,B.FITnROy ,*COLLINGOWOOD, ETr. Publislhed every Wednesday morning. The price of the paper is ls. per quarter or : . per year, delivered; payable in advance. Single copies, ld. IADVERTISEMENTS. S Per inch . ... ... s. " .;Standing notices, as per agreement. \", ::.. .. TalmiS-CASl . Advertisements received for each isue: up .-o. one .ocloel on the dayprevious to :pubh. S.cation. -Each advertisement should, bear a on the ma uneript the number of insertions rference to the 'h~nis'r of inneertions, ?a S;aidvertisement jvil be continued' lcon / tcrmanded;ed nd bhkrgadaaoraidgl?*,I 1 Sotdra to alter at'dlibcont?ie advertiaenieht' fro'in Coburg 'Brurnswvik; 'Collingw6 d,? Sarlton, and Fitzroy, most be in writingg; td forwardl d to- the oflce, 3 Eliiabefhs All oommnnlcations intended for.inesertiq n ust be auimthenticated, by, the namq,...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. (Before Dr. Lloyd, chairman ; Messrs Carroll, Fogarty and Laurens.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Police. HOTIIhA?f 'COURT. THUnsDAY, OCTODER. 16., (Before Dr. Lloyd, chairman'; M?essr Carroll. Fogarty and Laurens.) THrE SrABInID CASx.s--Edward O' man and William Cross were brought on remand` charged:with stabbing .Jo Thompson with inteht to do rievous bod harm. Mr. Gillott appeared'for the priso O'Gormsn and 'Mr.: Dawson for Cr John Thompson, sworn, deposed: live in George 'streetoff. Villiers str "I went to bed about nine o'clock p.m Monday the 6th of 'October. Af had been about two hours in bed, I awaken by hearing violent kicking at door, and immediately stones came thro the window. I got. up and went Met the man Fanning outside. He c with 'me._' I' saw the two prison Villiers street. James Hayes said were the men who broke my windo asked O'Gorman what he broke my dow for. I caught O'Gorman' by shoulder and turnid hitn rouhd. slipped on the kerbstone and fell. then rushed at me and caught me b hair with both his hands. He' w front of me. I felt a sharpstin'g i back. .The shi...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
SBorough Councils. HOTHAIM COUNCIL. MONDAY,. Auousr 20, 1873. Present: His Worship the Mayor, Corn cillors Clarke, Barwisc, Thoinas, White; Carroll, Ryan, and Fogarty. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. cosREIoONDENCE. From Charles B. Randall to IIyam IHart, saying that having been appointed Town Clerk he would be in attendance to undertake the duties of his office, on Monday, the 13th October. Moved by Councillor Barwise that the letter be re ceived. From the TowniClerk, Brunswick, in reference to the Gippsland Railway, and informing the Council that they had ap pointed a meeting df the delegates of the different councils anud shires, to meet at the Belvidero Hotil; Fitzroy, on Monday last, the 20th inst; The BMayor said' in reply to this letter that he himself at. tendedthe meeting to represent the Coun cil, as there was no opport?inity of dele gates being appointed, there not bhing a meeting of the Council, and he met there several. representatives of th...
CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
CRIME IN NORTH MEL BOURNE, &c. We have taken the following ex? tracts from the Victorian Police Gazette. -Frederick L. Clay, Victoria street, East Collingwood.-Stolen from, on the night of the 4th instant, a gold oen.face lever .watch, eq.s8 atzalcsasdo kaps.. London, crest at back eanded wings on. a bar.-Stolen from the welling of Thos. Westhorp, 31 Peel street, Hotham, on the 29th ultimo, a silver lever hunting-watch with TW inside the case, also a gold link pattern albert.-Elizabeth Taylor, Pelham street, Carlton.-Stolen from her dwelling, about the 24th ultimo, a colonial gold neck-chain, close pattern; also a gold locket, horseshoe pattern, blue enamelled on one side and black the other, two photo. graphs inside.-H. Burgess, Cardigan street, Carlton.-Stolen from his bedroomon the 5th inst., a black paget coat of silk mix. ture, two pairs kid gloves, one pair violet, the other brown; a black frock coat, a pair light doeskin trousers with brown stripe down sides, six larg...
Tales, Sketches, &c. MY FENCING MASTER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Tales, Sketches, &c. MY FENCING MASTER'S STORY. W\r were sitting together in his salle, on the ground-floor of the little, low, white house, with its bright green Venetian sbhutters andrtrailing vine, a dwelling in which hie cumulated, as they say across the Channel, the somewhat incongruous cal lings of tailor and maitre d'armcs. Our maskts and gloves had been thrown aside, and with chairs drawn up to the open window we were reposing from the fatigues of the last bout and discussing a bottle of the local vintage to the naccompaniment of huge clouds of smoke evolved from the howls of our respective pipes. The old man had laid aside his plastron to resume the long grey frock coat, decorated with its tiny knot of scarlet ribbon of every day life, tightly buttoned to the throat, despite the heat of a July afternoon ; and as he sat before me I could not help longing for the pencil of Vernet or Randon to do justice to such an eminently typical figtle. A native iof Gascony, he sti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
Notices. M ANCHESTERL UNITY INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. LOYAL ALLIANCE LODGE, 4551. 'TIIE SEVENTEENTH ANNIVE ?ANRY DINNER Will hoe held at the KING'S ARMS HOTEL, HOTHAM, On the evening of WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1873. Dinner on the table at half-past_seoven o'clock. The Alliance mizistrols will be in Attendance. Tickets, ,a. Od. THE HOTHAM SCHOOL of ART will be Opened on THURSDAY, October 30th, in St. MARY'S SCHOOLROOM, Chetwyn street. Members enrolled. Terms, 2s. per quarter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. At Three p.m. On the Properties. HANDSOME BRICK and STONE VILLA. Cemmodious Vill Residence (Wood). Comfortable Cottage Relidence (Bluestone). An Extensive Family Rt:sidnceo (Brick and Stone). Superior Cuttego Reoidenco (Wood). All Situated at Northcoto (Near Tollgate). TITLE, CROWN CERITIFICATE. Terms-One third Csb, Balance 6 and 12 Monthr. SR .3. H. KNIPE will SELL by AUCTION as above, FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. Lot I comprises A HANDSOME and COMMODIOUS VILLA RESIDENCE, eight apartments, ...
NATIVE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 22 October 1873
NATIVE INDUSTRY. The rapid growth of the metropolis and its suburbs is mno way more marked, than is the steady advancement of our colonial industries. Of the numerous branches of trade, there is perhaps not one more interesting, or more important than the iron trade. From the capacious cylinder, or immense boiler, to the delicate frieze is a contrast indeed—or to draw a compari- son between the iron horse and a colonial oven would appear rediculous—but each is related to the iron trade, and requires skilled labor to produce it. We lately visited the establishment of Mr. William Hutchison, ironfounder, Post Office Place, where are manufactured registered grates, colonial ovens, various castings for the purpose of beautifying the exteriors of houses, and a host of other useful and ornamental speci- mens of handy craft, including colonial ranges, which are sufficient proof of the enterprise of the proprietor and the skill of his employés. The beautiful frieze- work—in many designs—whic...