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Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. JANUARY 21ST, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. JANUITAY 21cr, 1874. (Before Mr. Scrutt P.M., Messrs. Overend, Dr. Talbot, Fleming. Breeze, Staley, Wood, and Anketell, J.P's). John Harding was fiued 10s. and 2s. Gd. coats for allowing the Yen Yean water to run to waste at Coburg on the 9th inst. John Steer, charged with driving without lights, was fined 2,. Gd. and 2,. Gd. costs. ' Healy v. Frior. -- The defendant was charged with using abusive language; fined 53. and £1 7se S.. coots, in default three Jenkins v. Harris, ior £6 19s. O9d. was postponed from last waek, for the produe. tioo of defendant'e witnesses. Mr. Gyrils applie I for costs, which were awarded at £4 141. 6J., to be levied by distress. D. Collaghansv. Thomas $pargo, to compel defendant to erect a dividing lence, a proper notioe not having been served by plaintiff, and Mr. Grylls, who appeared for defendant, stating that his client was prepared to errot a substantial fenoo providing plaintiff would do the same. Tne case was dismissed with...
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
BIlUNSWICIK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. Presout-IIls Worship the Mayor (in the abatr), and Counoillors aocdonald, Staley, Overend, Stranger, Jarvie, Tinning, and Hutton. CORRESPONDENC CE. Letter from te Soorotetary of the Brmns. wrok Cricket Club, asking for a reserve in the Royal Park. From nine ratepayers, asking that a re. duotion might be made in the valuation of their property.-Rleferred toLogislative Com mitteo. From G. R. Lee, asking that a crossing might be made in proximity to his property. -ltoferred to the Public Works Commmttee. From'Seoretary of the Central Board of Health, asking for report from the local Health Officer on the sanitary condition of toe borough.-Referred to Local Board of Health. From the Asslstant. Commissloner of Lands, stating that £600 could net be granted until tue quarry holes were tilled in. From the Clo k of the CoburgRoad Blard, agreeing to the tender acceopted for repairs on Moreland road ; alsoalling attention of the Borough Council to th...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
Borough Councils. lHOTIIANM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 2GTU JANUArY. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Clarke. Bar wise, Laurens, Thomas, Wlhite, Carroll, Ryan and Paton. ARDEN STOEOT EXTENSION. From a number of ratepayers, seeking an interview with the Council with re gard to the extension of Arden street, which was described- as a main artery in the borough. Councillor Clarko moved that the letter be referred to the Public TVorks Commit tee, when ho hoped a favorable report would be brought up. Councillor Carroll thought it might be very important that the deputation should be received. Councillor WVhito would second the motion of Councillor Clarke. To roccive a deputation now would postpone the practical consideration of the question. He would be in favor of naming a par ticular time to receive the deputation. 1 Councillor Barwiso coincided with Councillor White, and suggested that the deputation be received to-morrow (Tues day) at half past nine. Agreed to. OcE...
Cricket. HOTHAM UNION CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
Cricket. lIOTII3A UNION CRICKET CLUO. A. match was played on Saturday after noon at North Sandridge between the IHotham Union and the North Sandridge Cricket Clubs, which resulted in an easy victory for the Union by 51 runs, chiefly through the batting of C. Gillman, who made 41 runs not out without giving a chance, and the bowling of Ml. Ryan was magnificent, taking the whole ten wickets for the small total of 47 runs, a perfor mance that has scarcely been equalled. For the North Sandridge Mlcoormack was the only one who obtained double figures. Tile following are the scores: yonriH sADRIDoE. Shimmels, a Gdllman, b Ryan ... .. Cruickshank, b Ryan ... ... 5 D avis, o Suatliffe, b Ryan ... ... ... M[cCrrmaek, a IMaloney, b Ryan ... ... 12 Birob, b Ryan ........ . 0 \eoCormaok, b Ryan .. .. 7 Mrson, b ran ... ... 0 Saholes, b Ryan ... ... ... ... 0 tcPhersu, a llrowo, b Ryan . ... \Warne, not out . ... .. ... 0 Iunt, b Ryan ... ... .... O Byae, to.... ...... ... 14 Total ... ... ... ....
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
PIESBYTERIIAN CHURCH, BRUNS WICK. The annual congregational meeting was a the Presbyterian Church, Brunswick, p~ Monday last, when there was a large attendance. fMr. D. Tough, the treasurer, read the Manager's report, together with 'he balance sheet shewing the receipts and expenditure of the past year. The gross revenue was £476 19s. 10d., which \ncludcd £87 12s. Gd. for building pur poses, and £29 18s. 3d. raised for Chris tian objects not connected with the con gregation, leaving £359 9s. Id. for the support of ordinances in the district. The Rev. A. Maclean presided; and the meeting was addressed by Mr. Hutchinson, on the sustentation scheme of the church, and by Mr. Tough, on the desirability of providing a special building for Sabbath school work. On the motion of Mr. D. Leslie, seconded by Mr. Balloch, the re port and balance sheet were adopted unanimously. Messrs. Clements, Staley, Storie and Wilkins were re-elected man agers for the ensuing two years; and Messrs. McNicol an...
The Churches. NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
The Churches. NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CARLTON. The trustees for Eskine Presbyterian Church, Rathdown street, Carlton, are about to croct a new and much handsomer edifice in which to worship. It has long been considered that the present building is a relic of old Melbourne and that the growing vants of the neighborhood demand a larger and better building, and we are pleased in being able to record the fact that before long Erskine Church will bear favorable comparison with its im posing neighbor St Andrews.
VACANCY IN THE HOTAAM COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
V CANCY IN THE HOTAA" COUNCIL. Mr..W .MI. Cook announces his inten tion of offering himself as a candidate for the representation of the 'Middle WVard, rendered vacant by the resignation of Councillor Barwiso. Mr. Cook is an old resident in the borough, and served as a Councillor some years since. He is a ahrowd, energotio and straightforward .sman, and no doubt would prove an accept able addition to the Council. No other candidate is spoken of up to the present.
NEW TRADES HALL.—CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
NEW\ TRADES HALL.--CAIILVO. Upwvels of twelve hundred ponplo as. sembled in COrlton on Monday afternoon to witness thi ceremony of laving the founda tion stone of the new Trades Hall and Literary Institute Building, at the corner of Lvgon and Vlctorta streets. Msesrs. Car. tale and Bertt, [ L.A's, were present. Before the laring of the stone a paper was read in which a sketch of the history of the eight honra' movement, and of the estabhlih. ment of the Trades Hall, was given. From this document it appeared that in 1856 some members of the building trado entertained the design of initiating the eight hours system, and on the21st of April in the same year the movement wan actually started. It was then thought desirable to establish a hall for the use of the assooiated trades and eallings, and application was made to the Government for the grant of a site. On the 8th of 31 roh, 1858, an acre of land at the corner of Lygon and Victoria streots, was granted. steps were at once taken to ...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
-;4 ------- THE ELECTIONS. It is stated the elections will take place a month earlier than was anticipated. All the writs will be issued in February, and the first batchof elections will come off in March; the third batch, in which is included" tI~is forMelbourie and suburbs,' aboutthreo weeksafter. The severalcandi. dates for North 'Melbourno are busy Sat workT: .Thes' comirise Messrs. Curtain, Storey, levers, Munro. Birtt and Godfrey-indeed ather will be quite a flood* of ;aspirants ?for "Parliamentery honors in almost every district. The manifesto of the *Chief Secretary is nnxiouslylooked for, and till that appears few electioneeriig addresses will be deliver. od, but when once thatkey note is given we shall be deluged ,with, the ehoos from every part of the colony. In East Bourko Messrs. Itamsny and Lobb will bo opposed by Messrs. Godfrey and McCormick. In East' Burko' Boroughs Councillors Stranger -and Staley -are mentioned as likely 'to enter the arena against the sitting mem...
Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
Facetive. An American has taken out a patent for forming bricks into very large blocks, to be used in the ereotion of buildings in sections. A oynical Frenchman once said there are two parties to a love allair-the party who loves, and the party who consents to be so treated. A young naval officer of the name of Moore, having :presented a gold anchor to his aflianeed bride, a wagromarked that she was moored. , One San Franoisoco paper in the morning reported the sad death of a deat-lnd.dumt girl. Its evening rival, not to he outdone, gave her last words. In a suit for breach of promise a young ladyeaid of her forsaker that he had" caused her to shed tears enough to turn a small.eided millwheel." Tho following words are inscribed upon a sign over a restaurant in Greenbush, New York :-" Mrs. Murphy's Porter House for sale by the pint'or quart." ' i A gentleman late- one evening met his. serrant. "Hallo I were are you going at this .ime of night ? for no good I'll warrant 1" 'r wie goin...
CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
CRIME IN NORTH MEL BOURNE, &e. The following extracts weore taken from tho Victorian Police Gazette: - Stolen from the person of Ioenry Colville, 255 Smith street, Fitzroy, on tho 12th instant, at the Teatre Rloyal, Melbourne, a silver open-faco lover watch, No. 731; 'value £4.-Stolen from tho person of Samuel Bodon, of 12 Simpson street, East Meol. bourne, on the 10th instant, in Lonsdale street east, a three-quarter gold open-face watch, gold dial, 18-carat cases,No.5 030; value £G.-Stolen from 20 Franklin street, Test Mselbourne, on the morning of the 14th instant, the property of John O'Dono hoc, a blue paget.coat; and at same time a gold-mounted hair guard and blood stone signet ring, the property of Walter Simpson.-On the 12th or 13th instant the house of David Miller, corner of Queensberry andnCardigan streets, Carl ton, was broken into and 20 pairs of ladies' boots and a blue cloth diagonal paget-coat with oil-mark on the breast, stolna.-| Stolen from the dwelling of...
THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
T?,E ANQU? YT. We understand that the tickets for the banquet to be given to Councillor Barwise are moving offi very rapidly, and there is every likelihood that the gaehoring will be a very numerous one. We believe the banquet will take place in a couple of weeks, but we suppose some public notifi cation will be made as to the exact date.
Tales, Sketches, &c. A GOOD HATER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
Tales, Sketohesi &c. A GOOD HATER. "I don't think you'll lose by your kind. noras in the long run," he -said to the land lord. " I shouldn't like these people to be turned adrift, not while the mcther's ill at any rate; and I should be glad to pay you a quarters' rent in adveuce; dating from to. night; to'securo them three mnonth'-shelter, leaving the arrears in statu quo." " Tha't kindly, sir," answered the man, "and I'm agreeable. So Philip Rayner paid him something over a five-pound note, and took a formal receipt for a quarter's rent of 11 Belvidero street, East Walworth. As he drove home that night he roemm. bored the existence of some spare furniture stowed away in a lumber room at the top of his house=-subtantial, old-fashioned stuff, good old bedding, some faded damask our tains excellent in its way, but superannuated and put aside some fifty years ago, when the boat bedrooms had boon refurnished in the unlovely fashion of the Regency. He was up in this lumber room a...
Domestic Economy. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 January 1874
Dominestic Economy. SoAP.-1A young lady who makes all the family soap gives the following reoelpe for a good cheap artiolo :-'Add to ton quarts ' water six pounds of quicklime (shell -lime ia best) and six pounds of "common wansletg sods. Put all to¢other, and boil for hall an hour;iand lot it it stand all night to clear. Draw off the lye, and add to it one pound bf common rosin, and seven pounds of fat (any fat will do). Boil this for half an hour, then lot it stand till cool, and out into bars." Coron Synpos.-We give two excellent recipes :-1. Tako one teacupful of flaxseod and soak it all night. In the morning put into a kettle two quarts of water, a handful of liquorice root split up, and a quarter of 'a pound of raisins broken in half. Let them boil until the strength is thoroughly ox. hausted, then add the flaxaeed which has been previously soaked. Let all bollhalf an hour or more, watbching and stirring, that. the mixture may not burn. Then strain, and add lemon.jnloe and sug...